The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 8, 1946 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 8, 1946
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roiis 'BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) .COURIER NEWS r 'Presbyterian Women ' - >>•*. .Jlhnpr T. Kldd was hon- oratf UMiHy afternoon during the - that followed the At Church Monday Mrs. H. H.' Brooks led the devotional at the Woman's Missionary , Society or First Baptist Church iffl t ** n of the Executive meeting Monday afternoon at, the ' ' ' Of' ,th< Woman's AuxiHaiy ' Church. t\ of her second an' in " Blythevijle, durin wfcl<ii,<iae~,the Ret. Mr. Kldd has Ma ehureh pastor, an anniversaiy e$tee'*w««"'Krv«i from a lacf- «kptit table In the church recrea- Uto.mrn., , hCK C.,U Gray presided at the refreshment table, assisted by Mrs. flowers were used for business meeting, It for W-'-dtdded that all books bUa Valley School should bought, to the church by «evi '' Kldd nnnouncect had -been receiver! Auxiliary member; tlwlr Philippine e«i- patterns ftav garments make church. The group rend In unison the scripture, 121st Psalms. Prayers be ,tln. •' IiesJie '•! Hooper discussed plan* for .studying the book, -Siewsrdsliip for Today," In co- onMnation with stewardship Bn- U«tai*AM-Ye«r. Mis Hoopei also jaw nth* f r devotional, taken from 'Uj»Tllrith chapter of Matthew and Mrs Gray, president, conducted the meeting. •^ • « • Miss Wise Hostess To Her^Club, Guest •Miss Patricia Wise was hostojs night at the Wise home, 103'J were led by Mrs. C. E. Rids arid Mrs. S. M, Hood. Present nt the monthly business session were 26 members. Bride-elect Honored With Kitchen Shower Miss Kay Mcllwain, bride-elect of James Robert Reeder, ipas complimented lust night with a kitchen shower by Mrs. Gilbert D. Hammock Jr. Tlie Hammock home. 1323 West Wnlnut, • wns decorated with arrangements of pink nnd red roses and glowing white candles. The guest-of-honor wns presented a corsage of. pink rosebuds by her hostess. ' During the evening, the 12 guests j present, including Mrs. Hammocks mother. Mrs. Wllllnin J. Tligney of Excelsior Springs, Mo. started a loose-leaf took book for the brirte-lo-be. A dessert course was served. Williams Entertain With Croquet Party I Mr. nnd Mrs. Alfred Williams were host and hostess Sunday night with n croquet parly nt their home, 914 West Holly. scores went to Mrs. W. T. WSCS Entertains Monday, Friday Night Mrs. Clyde Lamar .Whistle, relent bride, was presented a gift by members of the Woman's society of Christian Service of Dell Methodist Church yesterday afternoon at their meeting at the home ot i)) e convention but will spend their fciiUrc time in Miuml. Scrgt. Harry A. Halnes, with the Antiy Air Forces on Okinawa since last Fall, arrived 'ye-'Ucrdhy Jn San Francisco aboard the Admiral W. s. Sims. He was acting sergeant major while on overseas assignment. after liuvlng served as gunnery Instructor while stationed in Coming Events . THURSDAY Friendly Rook club meeting with Mrs. Leon Scherer, Udells Sunday School Claw or Krsl Baptist, Church meeting for supper at the home of Mrs. Roy Wood, 1:30 o'clock. fonlre Nous club meeting with Mrs. William Borryman, Mid-week\Clm> meets with Mra C. A. Cunningham. Thursday Contract Club meeting wilh Mrs. F. B. Joyner. Mrs. Boyce Moor* hosUsa to GNB Club. WEDNESDAY, MAY 8, 19-16 '' At Mrs. Dewey Sheppard. I the United Stales. Expecting lo be; Mrs. W. D. Howard had charge discharged soon, iiiter two years of the devotional, "Divine fatherhood, " A dessert plate was served during the social hour. A social event given by the .society within the past several days was a party Friday night at Dell Community House complimenting Miss Mildred Whistle, bride-elect of Gerald Edwards Jr. Spring flowers were placcrl throughout plans to rcUirn lo vci'slly of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, where attending college when he entered the Avniy. He is son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Haines, 1025 chicknsawba. Mrs. Mnrvln v Robinson v:ent to Little Rock today to spend two days with Mr. and Kirs. J. F, Weln- man. Thtirsday Cluli meets with Mrs. Admitted Byron Morse. Mrs. Cleo Langston hostess to Oclt'tte Club. Alpha Beta Bunco Club meeting wilh Mrs. Jane Nowell. Mrs. Jesse M. White will enter- lain Chib Walk Ha.p4Ul Admitted: Jim Younjf, city. Barbara June Cook, Hommvllle, Mo. Annelle White, Armortl. Dismissed: Mrs. E. A. Hale, city. Mrs. Earl Leggett, city. Mrs. O. P. Krakes, SUele, Mo. J nines La tour, city. Wllford Morris, city. Barbara jane Ciurnow, city. BlythevUle HwpiUI Dr. c. C. Stevens, city. Andrew Bandy, Leachville. Walter Pankey, city. Virginia Elarn, city. Dismissed: Mrs, Thomas Hopper and baby, city. | Mrs. H, R, Akin and baby, city. | Memphis Kaptkt Hospital j Admitted: ' Mrs. Herman May, city. Memphis Methodist Hospital Admitted: Mrs. w. H. Print, caruthersvllle. Mo. SATURDAY American Association of University Women meeting at the home nf Mrs. B. A. Lynch, 1115 West Main, 3 o'clock. Armorel Seniors Pick Read Courier News Want Ads. Mr. and Mrs. W. H ,Stovnll nfe was served.- Memphis Artist Guest [At Luncheon Meeting 'lie Osceola Progressive Club was ° 100 woiniin CHickasawba; with -a parly n*mb»rs of La Nueve Club another guest, Mrs. Dale Shaffer Jacks Jr., of Osccoln, and Clint 'Miss Peggy; White won high scbrc prize when bridge was played and second high went to Miss Mary Adah Robinson. : A dessert course was served. \ • •- • • 500 People Served At May Breakfast •Fallowing their,custom of stteiul- lng-«*"tmmHi! Mny'Brcnkfnst fcpon- the Woman's Society of "Service of First Metho- dfct Church, more than 500 people their breakfast at the church morning betwee'ri 0:30 and 9:30 , ; gathered In tha vestibule. decorated with a tall white; floor basket of roses' and mock orange and » vase ol deep red roses. Mrs: B. A. Lynch, dining room hws- | t»»s. sealed.these'kttendAvig. ttn the dining, roc^n colorful now- ers enhanced.r.thiK-^atmosphere of Ji«y. Centering each table wns n va*e of-mixed flowers and In each ot - the-, windows, through which sunshine stiemned, wns r\ bouquet Of mijced flowers. Floor baskets of itoes, mock orange and other flow- «rs were placed throughout the room. ;.'A- Southern breakfast, complete iHth hot biscuits, was served of Mississippi County for tlie annual Fine Arts meeting at the plantation home of Mrs. F. P. Jacobs of Gritler. Fine Arts Chairman of this group. Guest of honor at the luncheon meeting was Miss Louise Mercer of Memphis, concert artist and piano teacher. She told the stores of the ~ operas "Carmen" and "Madame • Butterfly," to-be presented May 20-21 in Memphis by thu Metropolitan- opera Company of New York and records of the outstanding arias of the two operas were played. Her stories of the operas and the music thrilled the members 01 Osceola Progressive Club and mun- bcr of guests invited for the special event. For the occasion, Mrs. Jacobs, who also; has houses In Memphis and Calilornla, had opened her plantation home "Windover Terrace,"which she plans to use dur- nnd Mrs. Tom Little, played bridge .ti 1(f .the' Late Spring and Early last night with members of Don- Summer. Lunch was served buffet to gncsls gathered throughout the lower after spending here with his Caldwell. Other than Mrs. Jacks, nn out-of-town guest was 13. E. Young, also of Osceola. A hamburger supper was served. Mrs. Boone Hostess To Double G Members Mrs. John Lippitt and Mrs. W. K. Francis of Tnsc'.iloosn, AJn.. hoiiseguest of her parents, Mr. ble G iClub when Mrs. Snnford Boone entertained. Tlie Boone home, 1034 Walnut, L was decorated with floral arrange- 'ments of mock orange and roses. In the evening bridge games, high score prise went to Mrs. Robert A. pnrtre and second to the hostess. Icert drinks were served. * * 4 Methodist Women Meet floor. Th e sum o( $900 now Is in th« building fund of the Progressive Club, it was announced in the brief business session, presided over by Mrs; Dwight H. Blackwood, president. Blytheville guests were Miss Cora Lee Coleman, Mrs. Marvin Crltten- ' and Mis Council Study Group Has Meet Yesterday i The Mission Study Group of the Romans Council of First Christian phurch' met Monday afternoon nt the-'home of Mrs. A.. R. Wcten- kamp. -Mrs. R. S. Baird led the pro- tram "Completed Circles" ami her subject was "Little Mud House." • "Cycling Supervision" was a plny- Jet ; Sri; which Mrs. John Burnett, Jatt, James' Terry and Mrs. Rus- seli Barham participated. Mrs. Luther Reynarson led the devotional, taken from fi7th ami 68th Psalms, at the Woman's Society of Christian Service of Lake Street Mclliodlsl Church meeting Monday afternoon at the church. In observance of National Family Week Mrs. Reynnrson's subject was "What Is a Home?" Mrs. Bates Sturdy gave the last lesson ot the Bible Study course and Mrs. George Stllwell conducted the business session. During the social hour, Mrs. Stilwcll served the 18 members present home-made candy. Mrs Lncey Gordon was a £ uei5 t. Guild Meeting Held Mrs. O. E. Quellmnlz begnn a ueii^.iviiss /ijrim ru(UR. Charles} Ray NeVcomb. »krs p. .Cpbb's subject was I Bits of News Egnonal nud daughter have returned lo their home in Dallas after n brief visit here with her mother. Mrs. J. T. Ashley and family. Mrs, Ashley accompanied them back lo Monticello, Ark. Hugh T. Atkins, coxswain, USNf, left Monday night for Marion, Ark., part of his leave griuulparcnts, Mr, and Mrs. J. C. Harnish. In Marion, he will be with his father, A. T. Atkins, until he returns to San Pedro for further duty. He recently •eturned from the Pacific Theater. Lieut. W. H. Gray left yesterday or Salt Lake City, where he will )e re-assigned, after .spending a week here with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Gray. Lieutenant ^ray, Army Air Forces, came heye rom Portland, Ore,, where he )"s' stationed. Mrs. Will H. Wray of Cooler, las been here he guest of her Istcr. Mrs. J. c. Harnlsh, and family. Pvt. L. M. Overtoil, who is stationed hi San Antonio, Texas, is spending a 17-tlny fuuoufiii wltli lis mother, Mrs. Lcln McGill, at their home on Route 1. Jimmy Williams left Monday for Camp Chnffee, Ark., .where he will be assigned, following his enlistment in the Army. give the baccalaureate,sermon tomorrow night. 8 o'clock,-'for Armorel graduating class ' at Armorel Baptist Church. Commencement exercises will be the following Thursday, May 16, with Noble GUI as guest speaker. Candidates for graduation ' are Perry Lee Aclkisson, Gerald Cassidy, Arnold Steward. Peggy Hughes, Dorothy Hughes. Inen Dobbs and Mary Agnes Peeples. Read Courier News Want Ads. $25 Reward for information enabling me to secure a 6 or 7 room unfurnished house. Contact E. V. (Buck) Tomlinson Phone 233S — 119 East-Ash MOTHER'S DAY SPECIAL Helene Curtis Machine or Machineless Permanent Waves fllachineless Permanent Wave Regular $10 Value Open Evenings by Appointment Howlett Operators —= Opal Perry L ANDYS' BEAUTY SHOP Next to Chick Theatre 20IK1 W. Main Phone 3990 I a i n Contiouout Snow* Erery D«y PxiX Office Ojwns 1:4l Show Starts 2:90 UHTEN TO *JUC* Wednesday Thursday and Friday W-fc-M'% WILD-WEST MUSICAU I THE BEAUTY CLINIC Marearet Deen Smith, Owner Ingram Bid*. Phone 3274 Frctton VlrgiAl* Kenny' FOSTER • O'BRItN • BAKU Mo,kxl« MAIN • CKHI Will! , >|| M-C.M "C1UM /' HARRY C«ANE, MMtS O'HAWON g BAPHAEISON > Addilicr.o! Dialog* by Kay Voi R-p** »o»dcBIK»boofcbySomu*IHcptrni Arfonw an j *« original ilgf y by Eleaneitt Griffin and WIN fern Rp^bh Wcrdi end Muik by JOHNH'f MESCER <i»d. HMPTf W^AREM • tllr.cltd by GEORGE SlDNtT rrod*<*d by ARTHUR FIEED . ' Selected Short Sabject* Continuous Showing Everyday' ?.i Dr. C. C. Stevens, stricken with pneuir.onii! •yesterday, is serious!/ Ill nt Blytheville Hospital. Mrs. E. A. Hale, who has Vieen ill at Walls Hospital, has been removed loher Jicmfc, 1115'Ohlokastnv- ba. • . i Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hall and two children went to St. Louis today, by motor, for a brief stay whilo review of the book. "Sermon on j j.-j r . Y In |[ iip nsac ted" buslneli. the Mount" Monday night at the Mrs w. Leonard Smith will leave Wcsleyan Guild meeting of Piisc j omorrow for Miami, pia.. to at- Methodist Church at the church. She plans to complete the review at a later meeting. tend the Southern Bnplist Convention and to visit Mr. and Mrs. D Garner, formerly of Armbrel "Congo Christian Institute." A play]ft presented by Miss Ncnl Luckcll tin. 3 C Ellis Jr.. Mrs. Sam Hundley and "Mrs. Welenknmp wns "To .^These We Hand the Torch." T Mrs. John C. McHaney had charge tot the worship program with tha Hheme "We Prove -Ourselves." Fol- Jowicg' a song, "Lead On. O King -Eternal," Mrs. E. M. Terry gave a («<*ipture reading from Die Book of •Judges.; Mr?. .Ellis' topic wns "Af- :rican of Nalive Superstition." The ;plano meditation wns by Mrs. Wet- •enkamp fluring silent prayer. * Following the benediction, re- .Jreshments' were served. A. Porter and second to the hos- 'at Stuart. Fla. She will accotnpnu) ' ~ "" ' ' ' ' by i the Rev. mid Mrs. Malcolm Griffin and son. • who : also will attend less to Guild members Mrs. Vance Henderson. LUCY Me AD AMS '. Consultant for "Fine Cosmetics Y -nptoms of bronchial ASTHMA e MAY FEVER .,' i^^^MA axxt cwutructioo il AM oebuli«r, ptodact. °^-g^M dropkn, miking a •"--•^-i- toh»l»bl<: '» a P ot •SySiio Ac mtdioooa ?S<rS» biwfaul area. MOTHER'S DAY... Sunday, May 12 V.- EFRIN Mother Likes to Write—Give Her A BOX OF STATIONERY Choose her favorite from the largest stock in town—at WOODS, your favorite .store—priced from 59c to $3.50 per box. LACE—by Corklyn—a beautifully boxed set set containing 100 .sheets and 100 envelopes. For < sij.50 HAMMERMILI, BOND—a pretty cabinet box containing 100 sheets and 100 envelopes. For §1.9S HYTONE ENSKMBLK—this box contains 51 sheets and 35 envelopes. A wonderful gift package for only 51.00 SKY-RITE DUEf^-a beautiful duo-tone slii- tionery with envelopes to match. An extra value at S 1.(IO WOODS DRUG STORE "Where Bfyth* v jJ| t M««fs" 221 West Main Phones 507-508 Mother's Day . . . Sunday, May 12th COMING SOON TO TUB KIT?. TAKS & SI'iYKS with Janet and Alfred Ilrake ADVENTi;»E with Clark Gable * Greer Carson '•'-.' MY REPUTATION with Barbara Stanwyck A George Brmt. KITTY with 1'auletle Godilard.- * Ray Milland r $19.95 N'icki Norton "econiclr\'." tricky triangles cut a cool fashion note in the bodice and sirpves of this cyclcl-embroUlcrcd suit Lin- spun l\vo-picccr. Ice rrcain white nnd pastels, "spiked" wUli jpt buttons and dnrk medallions. Juniors 7 to 15. Exclusively nt The New York Store 218 WMt Main St. The Success Story of a "Mode" You've seen this famous fashion on ihe town's smartest women . . . fabulous : Eisenberg scarfs, worn in as many different ways os there are days of the week. Etsenberg designed these brilliant squares extra-large so you can make them into blouses, halters, even skirls! You'll find it hard to chose just one from our exclusive collection. Spurt ond woven by Ponemah, executed by ^ Combler-Chauvin. We Carry a Complete Line of RISEN 11EKG Bracelets, Kiirrings, Colognes, Perfumes, Perfume Sticks, Lipsticks and Soaps. . Matinees Sat. A Baa. Only 'Box Office Opens 6:30; Show Start* 6:45 P. M. Each Evening Oprns Sunday i:C9; Start* 1:1S V Continuous 'shows Sat. an4 thnu - Barptin Night ETCry Nlfbt Except Saturday. -; N* vane* honored «n Bmn«ai> «| Itae Koiy. './\ Time Today DOUBLF, FEATURE Three Men in White innet Bnrry>»ore Van Johnson tnd National Barn Dance with Jean Heather and Charles CJuifiley Thursday and Friday DOUBLE FEATURE Mother will b* proud to Receive any of these: HOUSECOATS by SEABURY. In Cotton and Spun Rayon. HAGS—by PAUL HROWN. Beautiful Slyl«s in Conte, Straw, Plastic and Patent. Favored colors are white, pastels, brown nnd black. Toj> handles, underarm pouches and envelopes. Also Smart Leather Billfolds by Bushman. Miss Whitsiti's Shop Se« What's New at WHITSITTS 308 West Main St. Telephone 2482 S«« Our New S«J«tion of NELLY DON DRESSES ju|st unpacked. In Cottons and Bembcrg Sheers. ] • WAITER ABEl • RICHARO WAKING-CEO. COULOURIS-VMiJOSIE RIOBWW D:iccred b/ ViNCEnT SHEW.WM . StiMn '" Sloi 23I$wm<33CISiiru**rf Screenplay by HENRY BUNKFQRt • and PEGGY PHILLIPS. Baaed on on ' Original Slory by Peggy Phillips '• i. Direcled by JOHN HOFFMAN .• •' ocialc Producer. HENRY BIAHKFOIT '. EieniUv* Prodvicar. BOB FA9ER A UNIVERSAL PICTORt K>4

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