The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 21, 1944 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, November 21, 1944
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' PAGE TWO HLYTHKVILUS COU1U1SK NEWS T Coming , EveiiV> ' * \VEDNESDAV 7opn and Coun'r7*CUib nvectin? „ ith .Mrs. Fred V .Rutherford I* Mrs • Charles' Rost en^ertslr^ng ^Wednesday Bridge Club • L with M» . w Bobbins j* Steele, sjo, _entcrtaunng Chapter "D 11 of P E BO 'at hef home, 1 p j m •5 ?; ' <» - THURSDAY "/Thursday 1 Cpn.tract~Club meeting \ufri Mrs E R I^ncashii? v , j Ws J -A Letch , entertaining "Thlirsdaj Lunch eoft Club Mrs J Louis Cherry entertaining ifcj$e$. Club -4' Miss Jane Branson entertaining I'wrfdav Night Bridge CJub, M>s A E Hunlley entertaining •{ l or [nightly Club Mis 0 C Langsloij entertaining Octette Club Mrs Johnnj Hlckman entertaining Initial-Club. Mrs Ross Moore entertaining C B C Club' ' ?J—virs" Russell Wcrt entertaining Fncli\ Rummj Club ' Mrs J F Nolen entertaining G N B Club Couple Martied At Chapel Miss Mm Hn Miller, daughter o( Mrs. Ethel' Miller, arid Pic. Jairies McMorrpw of Baltimore, Mel.", arid BIjtheMllc Army Air Field were married last'night at the post cha- pei. Chaplain George Marrs performed the sen ices at 7 o'clock before a smill group of. relatlies an,d friends Organ music was played during exchanging of the vows The brlrlp wore a frock of gold crepe trimmed in bro\\n v,ith bro\\n nccp^ories and a corsage of red carnf^ons „ Her^mothcr sened as matron of honoi »nd L B Llpscomb as best mnrR!S f - A^fer a brief \yeddtag trip to Memphis they $11 make their home mth the bndes mother and gr«nci- mothei, Mrs T A Boyles, at IC-l West Cherrj Private MeMorroi\ who was born in Irelind,- came to the United States 13 sears ago He is with the Militiiy Polite of the Army Air Forces, « • « • Mis Alexander Entertains At Evening Budge Party Vrs Spencer Alexander nas hostess So 12 guests last night v,hen she entertained with a bridge party •H hor home at 1022 'Wfest Hollj The Thanksgiving motif nas apparent nu the decorations of Fall roses ana chrysanthemums, and in the tallfr c(|rds ipei for the lAipgei games High score prte fas von. by Mr Wiliard H Pease, secon h ph by Miss Margaret Shaver, nn' ift ilso was presented Miss Jane Bnn- r oii and Mrs Robert A Porter ol Dearborn, Mich who is \isltlng here Tlio hostess s»r^ed a salad course • • * P.E.O, Luncheon Given Mrs Harry Kirby ' and Mrs. Farmer England entertained mem- terb of Chanter "N' .if the P E. O Fndav afternoon \ith a luncheon ct the Kirbi home Bronze chrjsaritherrmms In a challow bov(l. Hanked with crystal candelabra, formed {he centerpiece for the luncheon table -where n (no course meal was sened M-s R P Kirshher -was guest speaker for the afternoon, discussing fit'; members the activities and pi ogress of Cot(ey College Lieut Jola Gent a of Blytheviile Army Air Field, vre,s. a luncheon guest, and Mrs \V D McClurkln of Luxora, a member of the-eroup rlso attended Have Gioup Meetings i Group .meetings, were liekl yesterday; afternoon .by nismberu of ihc Women's Council of First Christjcu Church, when the subject nt each of the meetings was '•The Bible As the Word of God," Mrs.. B. M. Beck was hostess to members of the Faith Group, when Mrs, V. O. Miller'gave the devotional on "Others.'' and (lie discussion was led by Mrs. M. Fltz- slmmons. Miss Ncal Luckctt gave the dc- vctlonal- at Use meeting of the Hope Group at the home of Mrs. Edwin Robinson, using as her theme a character study of nulh. The discussion wns led by Mrs. Edith McCoo!. Mrs. U A. Moore and Mrs. J. E. Green entertained, members of the Lo\e Gion)i ut the Green home,' when Mrs. Cecil Lowe gave'(he devotional oii "Giving Thanks," and 'nt'o led Ihc discussion'. Announcement' was made at all meetings that tonight is the night for the church, .to serve as hostess at tho'nlrt;ase chapel, and thai tomorrow night' H' fellowship' .nipper will be given, at 1 o'clock, nt tlic recreation hall of the church. A social hour followed the close •if ench of the afternoon's programs;. • • • Baptists Meet At Church A Royal .Service Program was given', yestorrta)', afternoon nt the meeting of the Women's Missionary Union of First Baptist Church, held at the church. Mrs, Ebb • carsDii opened the meeting with repeating the watchwords for the year, and prayer was offered by Mrs. H. H. Brooks. Mrs. J. T, Weilbrook was leader of the program • on the topic of 'South America." She was .assisted In presenting- her pros ram by Mrs. B. p. Blo- meycr, who gave the devotional, and by Mrs. Walter Bishop,' who led in prayer. Mrs, Paul L. Tipton .ang n solo, "Service.' 1 accompanied by Mrs. C. M. Smart, fol- bwccl by. prayer >by Mrs. Tom W. Jackson.' A talk, "Wonders Works in Brazil and Argentina," was given by Mrs. R C VanHoosei, follpiicd by'a talk on "Woiks in Chile' by Mrs Ted King Prayer wa.s offered by Mrs. John Buchaiwji, .and the final talk of the afternoon was given by the Rev. ; E. C; Brown, -who talked to the group on IhrWnr Bond Drive which opened natlonalK yesterday. Cucle Meetings Ate Held Circle meetings veie held-y.csterr d*5 al|«inaoa'l)j members of-thc woninns Sociclj of Chiistian Service of. First Methodist .Church, with the president's message, written by -Mrs. James Hill Jr., read at each circle at the conclusion ot .the aftft-noon's. program. A social hour completed each of the meetings. Circle One met \yilh Mrs. A. M. H. Branson, with 14 menibei-v and one visitor present Mrs E B. Gee presented the jnograin on "Women cf (he Bible". Tho group wns dismissed with circle prayer. Mr*. Mearl Joiilz was hostess to el?ht members of Circle Two, when a brief business meeting was held. Mrs. E. D. Ferguson dismissed tV\ group with prny'er. Mrs. j. G. Sudbury and Mrs. W. D. Barksdalj were co-hostesses to 14 members of Circle Three, enter- lalning a t the home of the former. One new member, Mrs. o. E. Kmul- SCH nlso attended, Mrs. Harry W. Haines gave the study course on 'Quiet Talks on Prayer", and the meeting closed with repetition of the Lords Prayer. Thirteen members of circle Pour attended the meeting of that group held at the home of Mrs. Jamie FOX, when Mis. o. W. Pylcs gave the devotional and also led the stuctv course. Mrs. F. E, Black, chairman of the circle, was presented with n gift by circle members. The meeting closed with circle prayer. Mrs. Elton Ktrby entertained 12 members ol circle Five, when the devotional on "Thnnksgivlng". was given by Mrs. William Wyatt, circle lender, who also wa.s presented with n gilt from members. Circle Six met with Mrs. Toby Long with eight members and two visitors present. Mrs. Earl Buckley Rave the devotional nnd'lhc meeting closed with prayer.. Have Meeting At Church Members of the Woman's So- ffety of Christian Service of Lake Street Methodist church met yesterday afternoon at. the church, when the devotional was given by Mrs. Iverson Morris, who used the topic of, "Petition and intercession," wllh resjYi'islve readings on Ihanktglvlng and praise. This devotional wns followed by prayer by Mrs. Bates Sturdy. Mrs. Sturdy was In charge of the! study course when the group be-1 Kan their new book, "Southeast Asia.' 1 Mrs, w. L. Green presided over Hie business meeting, when Mrs. R. H, Cawley was elected as n member of the nominating committee, replacing Mrs. A. L, Reagan, who resigned from Hie committee because of illness. The meeting was closed with prayer by Mrs. A. E. Harper. Eleven members attended, to- gcthev with on visitor, Mrs. Tolly Gaini, * • • Auxiliary Has Meeting ; The Women's Auxiliary of First Presbyterian church met yesterday afternoon at the church tor r, busU ness and social' session, when Mrs) Zal B. Harrison,' president ol the ,'irpaiilzatlon, was In charge of the butlncss. ''''-• ,. i The 21. members attending, the meeting brought clothing which Is to be sent by the organization in .cooperation with the U. N. n. R. A! und \yhlch wilfbe packed {OT ghiri-' ment tomorrow. Plans were formulated for the Christinas program, and for remembering the children at the Vera Lloyd Home, and for helping (he camp and Hoj.pitnl Committee »ilh their plans for Christinas for the boys In (he base ho.spital. The program on the loplc, 'ff'ifc Bible In Shoe Leather," wns in ihcrge ot Mrs. James II. Bell, who was Dtslsted by Mrs, ir, H. Houchins. ..'•.. Mrs. G. W. Dlllnhunty gave the dcvollonql from John l, and the meeting closed with prayer by Mrs. Dlllaliunty. • '•••.Daughter Born Saturday • Mr. and Mrs. Holland Oakley are the parents of a daughter, Mary IleJcne, born Saturday afternoon at lliolr home at 000 South Lake Street. The Oakleys also have a son, nobby, who is almost, three. Mrs. Oaktey Is the former Miss Mary At The Hospitals " C! "Hospital Admitted: • ••..••• Bill 'Robinson,, city. Mrs. Helen, Twc'edle, city. Tom .Wilson, city.' . ' '' Dismissed: , , ' Barbara Payne, city. Mrs. R. G. Andrews a,nd baby, city. ....:, Memphis Methodist Hospital Admitted,'' .• Born to Mr. and Mrs. J. W, Maxwell, Dyess, a daughter. Memphis Baptist Hospital • Admitted: William G. Triplet!,' Hayti, Mo; Mlis Audrey Felts, Joiner. Walls Hospital Admitted: Lester Houseman, citj-. . Charles Winston Brooks, city. Billy ' Preston Brooks, city. Dismissed : A: E. Scott, Manila. Shirley Sheppard, " c'j'ty. Mrs, Ray Hull, city. Cunningham Services To Be Held Tomorrow Funeral services will be held tomorrow afternoon for Mrs. "Ella Victoria CuiinhiKliiim, who die<l Sunday night at Memphis Baptist Hospital. She was 57. Tre Rev. J. W. Ramsey will con- luct services at Assembly of Cod church on Ash street with burial at Maple Grove Cemetery. . • •' Cobb Funeral Home is in charge. Plan For Charm lines of beauty artfully fashioned . . . make tlic perfect ensemble HT,ACK A L L I G A T 0 R CALK, As Ilhislraleil. 12/8 !.(nv Heel. 1. Dots (lot irritate 'stm. Do« ," not lot dresses b.t Ken's (tin v 2. Pieifcntl undcr-»rm odot. '-•:• .Hcl^l stop v.cispiratiou safely. 3. Afiurc.wlu'M^ntiKptic.stjm. •» Jo j y»ni iwrtg crca m. '.'•'. ''i.. Qin kc ^iij'^'&M','. ' TUESDAY, NOVEMH15H 21, 194-1 Of News Mostly Personal ettff Scrgt. and *Mrs. Jnmes M. lElnndPV- of, piivef ' are guests of lier'parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. w. Whiuvcrth and family. Sergeant IMslandcr recently returned to'the UnltcH States after service over- icafi, i W. H. Stovall and Dr. H. A. Taylor have returned from Eudora, where they spent a week on a deer hunt. Mrs. Fred Copclfind spent yesterday In Memphis where she underwent treatment, at Memphis Ear, Eye, Nose arid. Throat Hospital. Her condition Is much Improved. Mrs. Don V. Cole; and daughter, Susnn Ray, of Centralla, Mo,, arrived today, to visit her pn.-ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. w. Whitworth and family. Miss Emily Dale Gray has rt- turiied from a trip to' Fayetteville. Mrs,. W. ' H. MInyard and Mrs. F. E. Black left this morning for lloriklncvlllc,; -Ky., where they vylll be guests for several days'of Mrs. Mildred Hancock. • . .; . •Mrs. Phlli'Schlrmer returned to her home :in- Memphis, yesterday after n visit, here''.with Mr. nud Mrs. It. L. Slockett and family. She wcs accompanied ' home by Mrs. stocketf. Mr. and Mrs. w. D. Cobb return- cir yesterday from Memphis where Mr. Cobb had been receiving treatment for a back Injury. ' . . Mrs. Hay.. Hall, was removed this morning to her home at 1115 West llcarn after icvernl days of treatment at Walls Hospital. She still Is confined to her bed.. ' The Rev. S. B. Wilford, Harvey Morris, the Rev..Bates Sturdy and P. S. Jarrett spent yesterday' in Joriesbpw,''. where fhey attended the annual District Stewards "and Pastors Conference of Methodist Churches, Miss Delia Purtlc spent the weekend In Savannah. Term. Miss Carolyn Peterson;' a student at University of Missouri, Columbia, will arrive tomorrow to spend the remainder of the week here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs". J. 'T. Pelcrfon, and her brother, Lieut. Robert Peterson, who is home on, leave before reporting 'to Lincoln, Neb. _ : Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Neal -and Eei-gt. Edward' cascy have returned from Smithville, Tenn., where they .went to bring ,\frs. Casey home' following a major operation which she recently underwent at Dr. J. L. Van Hooser's Clinic there. Mrs. Arkansas Guard Company Plans Oyster Supper Members of Company K, Arkansas O'udrd, will have a social affair Hils • week instead of the usual weekly drill. They vylll entevtaiu theh 1 wives with an oyster supper tomorrow night, 7:30 o'clock,, at the American Legion Hut. A. C. Duclos, mess sergeant for the company, is in charge of the affair, with 100 expected to'attend. Capt, O. W. Coppedge, commander, announced there will' be no training session this week because of the football game Thursday night with RusseUville. The group meets during the Full on Thursday nights. More Bedrooms Sought Here For Cadets' VV/Ves Thirty or more bedrooms, with or without kitchen privileges are needed Immediately for that many wives of service men without a home hero following arrival of the newest class "of cadets at Elythe- villc Army Air Field. • Any oiie having a" .bedroom which they will rent to a wife of a cadet Tor the'next njiip''weeks'Is asked .to' cull the 'Chamber of Commerce, 2013. which has « free rental bureau. ...,.•.. Yarbro News Members of the 'Woman's Society of Christian Service of Yarbro Methodist Church met Thursday fit the home of Mrs, Joe Freemnn lor an all Iday session. Mrs. W. A. Hplllngswortli pre- tentcd the Week of Prayer program during . the morning session. Pink radiano'e roses formed the centerpiece for the dining table, where luncheon was served at the noon hour. During the afternoon, Mrs. Henry Young gave the devotional on the toplp of "The Deaconess In A Strange Land." Mrs. George Swain (we the scripture reading and Mrs. Holllngsworth and Mrs. Neta Bunch each a talk on the work our deaconesses are doing throughout the world. Mrs. Holllngsworth presided over the. business session when Mrs. George Swain, was appointed to represent the W. S. G. S. on the Christian Board of Education, and a committee was appointed to draw up a list of officers to be voted oii Bt n later meeting. The session closed with the W. S. c. s benediction. Following the close of the meeting a miscellaneous shower was liven for Mrs. Hobdy. The next, meeting .will be at the' church. when a, ncw-4udy course will be begun under-(he leadership of Mrs. f^eta''Bunch. • ,, GREYHOUND LINES ANNOUNCE NEW LOCAL SERVICE TO MEMPHIS South Bouni! 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