The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 5, 1944 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, December 5, 1944
Page 2
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BLYTHEVII-LE,CpyRIER 'NEWS < , . TUESDAY, DKCBJilJEft 5, 10<U Coming Events i {_' A D C Club meeting with Mrs. , Toby Long Mrs J4me* B ClArk* entertaining Town and Country Bridge Club { Mrs Junes H B«ll entertaining , Wednesday Bridge Club ^ THURSDAY Mrs O W McCutchen entertaining Thursday Contract Club With Mr* A O Little with CherrJ ' Mid Week Club , Thursday KlgKt Bridge Olub t mee'lng with' Mrs Charles Blttner r FRIDAY ', Mrs Lendennli Fowler tnferfain- ? Ing C B Cf Olub Mrs Ebb Reynolds * hostess to 'nillal Club v \ k ' Mi4 S^'th To Wecl • Corp.' Fredtyer Wade f Afr and Mrs Jtimei, Monroe I Smith of Ariercfeen, Miss, an ' nounce ] the enBageftient arid ap ! prpaching.marriage of. their daugh- j ter, Miss Hlzahttri Ritchie Smith of BIjtheMile, to Corp Pr^d Djer c Wade 'of Blythevllle and Camp ^ JThe niari»age\^!ll be'solemnized Cat $ oclry'k'on the evening of Dec ^-14 a £ life homp of Ihe bridegrooms W parent*, > Mr aijd Mrs Robert b r"\Vao!e 6n West$ralrTnf Streef r~ MISs fertlth >as. graduattd from t-Aberdee'n v Hlgn'&;lxoor anrf ilte t.wylics 3uslneS» dollege Iri Mem F phis For the faasf yeSr she" has been ^-employed by S*ift & Cdrnpsny Oil ft Mill In SlythevTJt* t- £,, Corporal 'Wade was graduated fforrl BfytheYUle" Kith Behoof and attended rjn(vetiH? of /dkujKat Fajettevillt, •wHete'rie Wisia mem bei 1 of Pi Kapp« Alph 1 . t ittrrt it} He waa & itudeni -»t "It rs ,r)i State ColletfeV ^Wncvtlle, icu (o entering the Array let months ago He now is station^ at Camp Crow- nograiri «RS concluded nitli prrty6i cd bj Mrs M C Outlaw A special mlisiomiy offering was made nt the conclusion of the pro- Tarn, • • • Decent Bride Honoied fylVhss June Woikman Mrs. John Q. Wealliers. the for- ncr Miss Blllie binlth w is guest of honor lart night when Miss June Workman entertained with a bunco pirtj and miscellaneous <howbr n[ lief home'. Vases of bronze clirj^anthernunib ind other Fall flowers were, attr'ac- Jvcly. arranged throughoiiL the en- rooms. —.-. — ....«-* ft ii i fclt Jv> wi^ x/JJUC- elect, tp 6e-glveh during the next JO days t ^ ->, Presents' Mu^ic Pupils 1 f i Approximately '46 gdesta amended (he '•infoftnal inXisjca)' tea given yesterday afteraoSn 4 o'clock, b> Mr- mifen O Fowlsfon -who pre- 'enfed\17 of herjnnsle pupils Ih a re€ifal at-her home at llOi West Ohitkasaw^a Vases 6f^ thry^santhemvims shad- Ing frorri 'yellow to a deep bronze were Strand throughout the T house, white the,tea fable was centered with a shallow boul of fushia ch^^SjIthemum^ fiankec %ith yellow forieft In'crystal hold rrs ' MrS C W^ tiafrigin and Mrs James T West,bro6fc served i at the refreshment febf^ where* sandwich ^.es, cookie J fnrlf oke r and hut c,were served, with hot 1 " tea jfi Appesrlni/ fin ffie program dur mg the altetnoon -we're David rKijy Jot« iN Joe_ tod - T«m Wall ^>mie dnd Aita Fon Kalhcrine wcstbrook, Annella HumpWeys Mory Ann Parks, Jack Hdrner, Gay f ,Girrigan~ ^Anne Glair WUktas cf , and Mm j^irinrf England Elect 'Office^ For'Yeaf Mrs will wrv gram, the/soclai hour • • • Birlhday Party Is Mr ami Mis Guy Ihirks enlcr- ihurch held, a brief business ses-' hurch piccedlng the program MYi}.-H. H. Brooks presided In the bsen'c of the president Mrs Ebb Carson, when lecommendatlons of veciitive ooard ^ere approied Mrs E B Woodsou was In charge <t the piognm, (he fiist of (lie Vcek ot Prnjcr Prograite for 'orelgn Mission^ for the tattle ifooi^offcilng ihcmc of the pro:ram «as Justice to the Nations Thiough Christ , witli the openlnE ~fl>ei gl\cn by Mis Johrt Buch- Mrs Tlieodorc Ixigan ga\e a dis-' cussion on t!^c topjc, World Wide aangellsm', followed b> prajei by, _ „ , , ., Mrs W P Copelnnd, 'Greetlnsjs J „„. L'° wln ? , ( ', lnt1 ?. 1 *hc_ gifts were loin the Mlssionarj Board , \\rgs " "* he topic chosen bj Mrs Wallci Blshrj)) Mr? C H Pcnn gave a ncdley of Chiislmns songs, 'Spin , „ ..„„„..„, iml CoDfiiiost !>i Lathi Anicilfi of lefieshinenls vieie scnctl nt a locnl iur Maigarcl Fund vias gl\en by '" Mrs Wllllim Beri>man and the who Is undergoing treatment nt Foster Gcnern! Hospital (here. Scrgwnt Mltchc-11, who rct.urned two week., ago (o the States after Mr ami MIS Guy Ihirks enter- l8 m onths overseas service, has been tained las? night with a birthday transferred from fvtadlgah Hospi- cilnncr honoring their daughter, Miss tal at Fort I*'*''s. Wash,, to" Foster IJilliC Su(> Burks on her ICth birth- i ac "c ral Hospital where he Is uh- day ; ] oei'solng treatment for baitle fti- Itlguo. i Mrs. J. M. Williams aii(j son, Dick, \vere weekend visitors In • Memphis. ,Mlss Alice McFnil has retu'rhc'd' from Memphis where she visited tiurlns the holidays. Wlille there slio attended a Masonic' dance ar the (picst of M. E. McFall and ot!i- : cr fi lends. blooming plants 100I1JS Of , ' . - vi'vifLtif, HIIM^Vl Sllv: K1LIB WLIU opened and Inter the glili were taken to luxoio to set the ahow, "The ,Sfoiy of Di wassell Bcfoie ictuinlng lo their homes, ding store. Mi and MIS Bulks MIS- assisted In uitei Hinlng b> his two sisters, Mis W II Thorpe mid Mrs. ]rS Kooiice. Bits of News Mostly Personal . Miss Hancy Carroll wcocl returned homo this afternoon frpin'.Capf Girardcau, Mo., where she sjWiil (lie ThanfcsglvJng holidays wit; relnllves. Mr mid Mrs Russell Phillips left r->i Jlm , nltn ; E last night foi a bilef sisit iii St D ' smlsscd: • Louh ' Mi's- J . E. At Tlie Hospitals' . niyllicvlllc- Hospital'.' ^ • Admitted: . . ,:•'," Mrs. Ott Ketcluun, Little '•• River. Dismissed: • Mrs. Gene Branscum, Rl. 2, city Walls Hospital Admitted: E. G. iictxler, city. Mrs. Jodie Lnncastei', Stcelc, Mo Mrs. E. C. Blackwell, city. Fred Hodge, lit.'^3, cfty. f-ovie Dcnlccc Hodge, nt. 3, city Jimnitn Ebcrdt, city. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. 'nicker return-' . , M«''i>''5s eel last night fiom Memphis where AC '" I|I '- ( -'< I : they went to iccompi"" •>—!.. Ml ' s - Ij - - :. Summers, city. Hospital ; their , vllle, MO. „•>•... • &rls ham, Ann Punls and Mis I \Vtrlheis ivas piesented with an' t of glfU froin the quests Assorted / pavly-: fobcls, with . Iced v,cie seived fiom the dining , which \vas centered with n bowl of lilies Rave Meeting At Church Mrs. W. C. Hlgginson presided over the business meeting of mem- crs of the .Womun's Society, of Chrlstlnft iServlcc, held yesterday afternoon at First Methodist •hurcl). , The devotional a Christ niris message''.on the theme, Mary Mother of Jesus." was given by Mrs. B. A. Lynch. < After minutes cf the pievious meeting uere rend by Mrs o L W\lle rntl a treasurers icport fiven by Mrs G G Hubbard, a nominating committee to draw ii'p li slntc of new officers for. trie coming iear «is appointed dltii commltlce Is Composctl of Mrs B A Linch Mr- Mas B Reid/ami Mrs V O FiHiwid icvenl mcnibeis of the plan to attend Ihe zone to be held IMdnj In Manila be Binning ct 10 o clock in the morn File mecfmr closed with prayer by Mis George W P>les their home „ .„ solving his Internship In a iitis- Pltal- there. Mrs. E. o. Blackwell, mother of Mrs. Jesse Webb, hrin been admitted to Wfills ?rospl(n! for trent- rrient. Capt. and Mrs. Hnlpji L. Odlcy arid two daughters, Elaine Blythe and Harriett Arm if Hattiesburg, Mifc>, liave arrived for a visit with' Mrs.- Odley's parents, Mr. and Mrs, Virgil Greene and family. Captain Odlcy, who now Is stationed at Camp Shelby, Miss.,- after 20 months ovciseas service left today for;' Pittsburgh, , Pa., tor a. visit v Ith his molhef, Mrs H ' i. Odley, befoic ipturnlng Ileie for. a Jonger visit with the' Greenes. i Miss Juanlta Ebcrdt daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gus Eberdt, underwent nn npn'cfidcctofny this morning . at Walls, Hospital. ; Mrs B B Wilson and son, Johfi ! Bruce Wjlsnn 1m e leturncd. from Memphis where they spent the hol- Idavs »ith Mrs Wilsons da,ugl)ter,' MKs Marj Lmll\ Wilson Miss 1 Wlf-'>' £on spent Sundnj Iwe with her mothei and bi other -returning home that night < -... Mrs John Walden fliicl Mr. and Mrs G W Danlclson spent yesterday In Memplils : Mrs O Ij. Mitchell itul Mrs. n. H Ginn \vtll leave tomorrow movn- Uoyd H. wise, son of Sir'.'..-ana Mrs. Lloyd V. Wisp of Blyirieyiue has been promoted . to the rank-of first lieutenant, Ilia parents have learned. Lieutenant Wise, who is w(th;tiie Army Engineers, now is stationed''in overseas service. He recently -wrote the Philippines niter two vear's his parents that he (s living "in a "sea" of mud and water, with theli work practically at a standstill he- cause of the weather. K--»rt n<iijrier'Hew< w»nt «di. • 1 i |Fornopr Pastor,./')! ' Again To Serve' Calvary Baptist The.ile,y. Hoyt Jenilgan,- pastor of Central Baptist Church In Jones- mo, has accepted the pastorate o< 'Jalvnry' Baptist Church in Blythc- .'Illc, and will arrive here tomorrow to assume Ills duties. Services will be held by tlie new pastor at the church tomorrow night, T.30 o'clock, It \vaa announced today. The Rev., Mr. Jcrnlgan, who replaces the Uev. George W. Archer, who resigned several months ago to return to Mayflold, Ky., served ris pastor of calvary Baptist Church several yenis ago, leaving here in 1939 to go to Manila and then to 1 JouPsUoro.. Soya/ Neighbors Hold Annual Election Here Mrs. Herman \Val|V)lc w'aj\ re- Iccted as oracle of the local Hoyaj - iiilghbws. at. - a meeting of that :rbui> held last night at the home of Mrs. W.- 0. Leggett, Other officers who will ' serve vllh Mrs. Walpole arc Mrs, R. A. 7d|:elnh'd, vice oracle; Mir,! Pearl '.Ires, past oracle; Mis. Fannie \Iexamlcr, chancellor; Mrs. Sarah 3gle, recorder; Mrs. t Jim Burns, ecoivp'r^ Mrs. Lilly Sislt, marshal; Vlrs. John Walk'er, assistant rriar- hal; Miss Lucille Saliba, outer ,ciillnel;;Mrs. W. C, Leggett, first •ear manager; '.Mrs. Alice Foster 1 , econd year malinger; Mrs. Rose •nllba, third yoiu 1 'manager; Mrs. ,'olm Foster, auilUpf. Mis. ' Alice Foster, one of the Iciest members of Ihe organization', •ho yesterday celebrated her'VSrd Irlhflny, wns presented/ with a .ifls jfrom members present. Mrs: Leegett served refreshments 'iirln'g tlie social hour which fol- owcd -the business meeting. -Spoils Slsep tonight You'll like the way yH;tro-iio) works right, Y/hcroHroumVis to* open uj) nose-relieve dully, transient congestion.(Also grand for relieving sniffly, sneezy, stuffy distress of head colds.). Follow directions in folder. Drops HakdT Bfeattlrij Easier— Invite's'' RssHul " Tlie Missiomry ^tlldy Grmio of Flfst chris'Iin Church met jestef- dny nfterfirjon at Ilie hone of Mis M r Moon vrtim Mrs J Cecil Lowe scried as cohostesi The program on the thchie 'Aii Indian Approach to Gcd «as led by Mrs. EusSell Barhnm,- who was assisted by Mrs. W. D. Cobb, Mrs. O -.p. Tucker and Mrs; Stephen Street MetWdlsfc Cruircri having been reelected fe tti»t office a"t t meeting of; {he* grourJ> held day nftertioorj it £h<! crrarcfi Servrfif r w}tri,Mrs Gteefi duting ttejortefig rJMrVwill bef Mrs Her MSvo, vice, p«sldeftti\MiS C M Baxter/, recording secretary, Mrs A U Reagan con'estioridmg secretary Mrs C T iMiJita treasurer. Mrs O. J. Rodgersf secretAr/y of mission ary education, Mrs Allen Van Wln- fcfoseCretary of Chrtstfan social r«- laHonshfp Mjs"Jo!f Strtcldand, secretary of student work,""Mrs George Shanks, status ol ^omen, Mn> Billy King, secretary ol jouth work, Mi's Gcorgfe * CrewS secretary 6f ctiil- dren's wbrt, Mrs A E Harper, secretary of liferatufe' and publi"a- tions, Mrs Iverson Morris, secretary of subply' Rork, Mrs Bates Sturdy, Bedretary 6l splriluaf jlfe, ^T.^?, H 4 c ** Ie J r ' treasure? of sinking fund > •• Mrs Oeofge Crews jave the devotional at yesterdays meeting followed by prayer by Mrs IVersott Morns. * ,, Mrs w li Qrten was In charge of the business fcwlon irhwi • Vere made far members > ,- na the zone meeting to be heU xrjJay in Manila, »r«J plans also werfc made for the Christmas ptrty to be held the third Monday In this month'. , s The ifmemWh! present were dismissed with praVef by Mis A I* HeagAn. < . 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