The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 15, 1946 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 15, 1946
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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, MAY 15, 1946 RA<>rnl Supper M *a* MtM Mif W •f HBwera, wn»a Jeffrie* were host to the Whtetle-Edwajrds ^Mf and out-of-town iS^T Helnkke of 3t LOUU. nt x* hall. roam ware teaket* orplnk arwl white flailoH M>i mai*oU» t* form decorated decanted in with •n effective The dtniw room ww ln~whlte tad diver - Accenting thte theme wu' »n »«*ong «U»*r bowl of white csrn«tk6*, meet peu Presbyterian Women Have Meets Monday 'Seeing and Bervlni" frofn tah speaks, was the projririi topic Monday, afternoon for the three d*y ciicle-i of the Woman* Auxiliary of First Presbyterian Church. Mrs. Gene E. Bradley was hostess and-Mrs. B. O.. Bailey, cofhostesi, •to Circle One, which had li menv Ber* present. Mrs Bill Young gave tn« (leva-) tkmal and Mrs. Rodney Banister w«s Ih chirge of the program. The group jnado plans tot a men's stip- per 'Circle Two met with Mrs. 6, S. Hartzog, with 14 members present. Ure W A gram and Relations With Orient Discussed At DAR Meet Cordelia Wilhlte spoke to Mefcibers of the Charlevolx Cliap- ler of the Daughters of the American Revolution yesterday at Hotel Noble when Mrs. S. P. Craflon and Mrs. A. M. R. nronson wcic hostesses, . Miss Wllhlte's trtplc "Peace ii> the Orient," Was Iri 'conjunction With a series of program on "The Me* Bits of News*! was rnarked with ttocka and gvpaophila which 'ientarwi U* dining room table The" table was covered with a, Venetian' 1 l»*e and maderta cutwork doth- -,>-. -•- An airahf*tri»ht'of the ajune flom en wa* frited on tbe'buftet' and each ot thi 'tint\\ tahiro waj centered with a itiver hurt »aw of stock arranied vttt The bride's- a slrm ba4*t of white gypapphim On ber ctaaV-**» a colonial nofce- > gay of white: i peas «.« v »»..,The dining'roam wac lighted with clewing white tapers in silver can delabra ^ ^ Kan4 a« lilted place cards depleted . the brtfc to htr veil The tu'rt'y supper wa»'atnred kuBet style 1 Out-of-town gueata Included Miss I Barbara AnderMKi of Pittsburgh, I Pa, bumauiast »f the bride-elect, 1 Mr*. Jae 8ui4Uth of State Colter, 1 Miss. If* Young of Neosho, Mo , , Jur* McCrarr »f' MeCrory/houke- ' guest ot Mr and MM Jeffries i Mr , and Mrs l^aady Edwards ot Benton, uncle and aunt of the bridegroom-elect; Mrs, B T. Edwards of i Bentan, his grandmother, Leslie i Craftaa Jr., ot Gonway, and Mr and 1 Mrs J r ,-Tofallnson of Atlanta Ga . also Bit relatives. Afaiong the other parties given prior to tin wedding today wsie a stag sup0*r Monday night for the bridegroonl at 'which Jim Oral ton was host and a dinner Sotiday night for the bridal fouhle When Mary Sue Craftoh etiteftairted at Hotel Ndbte ,,. . „ OUtsit »t iHe (tag stipbe? includ- i ed Lean* drtfton Jr. and Jurd Mc' Crory j" lUrj Btje was asaUUd ml the ' dinner p4ttj"3»BKlay nlgnt ,by her partrtU, «r>n«'ttr« ftdjSert Crat- tott v, Tht U ivtoU ^at .UW.illnrn* In- ehided Miai Andersom,' BKt Watson of daMola ant). Leli* Crafton Jr The bride-to-be'Was presented a Kut Of SUVCf . • . v Betty Black Hostess To GafdeSh Clob Members Dobyns guve the pro. devotional, , and Circle members made plans lo'r the Philippine sewing project. Mrs. C. Mi Gray, Auxiliary president, was a guest . • * " . . . Mrs. W- C. Gates and >Irs. Leslie Hooper were hostesses nt tjie Cat*fi home, lo members:of" Circle -Three. The 13 members* present Included _ new member, Mrs; O. W. Hi^gins. Mrs. Hooper grive the devptionnl arid Mrs. Vernon Tomllnson - ; luul charge of Vhe.progranV. Mrs. Martha Baker Graves wn.s new member lii the 15 membei's prfsenl nt the iiight circle meetlnk of 'Circle Four ut the home of Miss Bess Hall. Mrs. ; H. G. Wick' ham »fls co hostess. . . „ T«'o guests atteridlnf were Mrs. Robert E. lei King of Clevelahrl, Miss., and Mrs. Margaret Gray irowder. The devotional was giver; by Mrs , The speaker pointed 'but that It fceuld be a goud liollcy' to "leavi; the East to the East." "The colonies. of Western countries should be moved out , ' ' she added, ' "for this only increases' antagonism and- ferments -'-war." She told members and gucs'-s wt missionaries to Ebb Sprndley and Miss Louise Sl- rtion led the program, "Why We Are Proleaiants," based on tht. book, ."Wh»H Want to Know About My fjhurch" by Chaplain und Mrs John W. McQueen. Lartge Prf-Sthool Meet All pre-schdol children of Lniig 1 School plamiinK io enter next Fal nre asked to be present, tomorrow afternoon, 1 o'clock, for the P>e school conference. bridge went to Miss Lynn Jackson The: hostess served a desset course. the In Oricn'. Ohinn J. Fnrris McCalla was removed lodciy, by .nmbulunce, from Memphis Methodist Hospital, wliere lie underwent an operation, to his homo liere. Condition of Mrs. Jametj Hill /ollowlnt; a rmijur hip bperatlon yesterday In Boston, Is very sa'-li- fiiutory imd siwclallsts sakl it was believed her-ailment, resultlhg from « fractured hip received three yekrs nsjo, would lie entirely , corrected, Mr. Hill, who accompanied her there 10 days ago, plans to remain kith her until the last of this week. • Mrs. K. A. Pn.sold and children', lad Increased Interest alJfotK %&£**£>JS* -J^&J?^^** «™ he Orient should Ije cl»rLst-llkc," .lisa Wllhlte .said. '•Tills surnmer will be a .crilicul jerlod for China as It Is the rest if the world. All countries must. for their home In Milwaukee, Wise., alter sixmdlng 10 days here .with her mother, Mrs. G. W. Smith and family. Gregory H. Atkins, gunner's mat c lenient and itmter,sliinr.-.iig wlih | second class, who mnkes his hon>e ihlnu for if It Is undermined It hero with his grandparents, Mr. will be the same In (ill other Eastern .countries," Officers for the next term were nstalled nnd committee members ppointed. Installed were: Mrs. F. B. Joy- and Mrs. J. O. Harnlsh, lias been diseliarned from the Navy nt tho Separation center In Memphis. He is n veteran of three years serv- Albcrt Eallha of Fort Wnyne. Inil..' Mo4 High School seniors. Theme of the play Is the teen- fers' problems In a humorous story. Thos e laklng Pnrt will be George Graves, Elizabeth Smith, Virginia Chrlstlnn, OlC-ta Dnmon, Mary Etta Reynolds, Joe Anderson, Fred Byasseu, Hetty Patterson, Robert Callens, Emma Mathls, Maxlne Williams, and Howard Franklin, Proceeds from the play will be used for U>e, senior trip. At The Hospitals Walls Hospital Admitted: Aline Hansard, city. 1''. M. llennott, city.- Alva Oaither, Hayll, Mo. Mrs. Tim J. Rowk'tt, clly. ' Mrs. E. B. ( RlUgs. tity. • Jerr white." city. Mrs. Raymond Bomar, cily. Mrs. Eininii Sue Ilrtwlcy, ully. Dismissed: Mrs. Addle Barry, nt. 1, city. Marline HtiUtnn, Rt. 1, city. A. C. Bunch, city. H. K. Dean, city. Bulonnc Jniigci's.'city. James Gordon Chambers, Cootei Mo. W. Goodwin, city. r.lythrvillr llospllal Admitted: ' B. J. I lodge, city. James Martin, city. Mrs. K«y French, city. Thjirman .Montgomery, city. Born to Mr. and Mrs. J. K Davii, city, n daughter Dds morn Ing. ; S4rs. Mrs. ieri regent,; Mrs. E. B. Woodson, has arrived here to spend a week recording secretary; Mrs. chnrlcs,wlth his parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. 'enn, corresponding secretary; Mvs.' A. SRllba, 124 S'jist Kentucky. J. Lewis Cherry, treasurer; Mrs I Frank McCrtidcr, Gehe Osborn; !. F. Tucker, registrar; Mrs. M. Lloyd Foi'd and Jodie Hodge spent O. Usrey, parliamentarian; Mrs. U. S. Branson, chaplain, and Mis. Aubrey CohVay,. custodian. today In Memphis. Miss Mary Emily Wilson has returned to Memphis, where she is Mrs' James kill Jr.. new vice employed, after spending a few regent, will be Installed later. days here with her mother, Mrs. Reports were made by officers. B. B. Wilson and family, 1503 In addition to the 14 nlcmbcis learn. She came especially for guests Were Mrs. W. il.| Mother's Day. Ewart of Kosclu.sko, Miss., hoilse- gUest of her ttiolher, Mrs. A. M. R. Branson, and other Relatives; and Miss Betty Frances W/oodsoii, local DAR Citizenship girl f°'' this year. Meetings Club Scout and Pack meeting tomorrow night, 7:4G o'clock, at Lake Street Methodist Church. ..'Vernmi James of oeceoUi Scout Leader, Iwlll. be present: . . Two simple steps in building Seniors Wi// Present Play At School Head Courier News riant "This Being Yoiing" by Richnnl Voting, is tli e play to be presented Friday night, 8 o'clock, by Stcele, I IT SURE IS A GRAND FEELING To know you can gfrt finality, fnat action and economy iti Bt. Joseph Aspirin. Find out for yourtfcli today. Demand ,St. Joiwpli Aspirin, world's largest seller ul lUc.You eun B«vt eveii mote on 100 tah- t biito fur 3M, iluioit a UUeU for U-. Landys' Beauty Shop ; " 2003 AV. Af'aih'Si.' '? Phone 3990 Landys Rowtett fletU black, president of tttc High School dardea tihtb «a<i hrmlrjt to •) fellow' club members with a bU/ partv.'from 4 30 to I o'clock, T«wr<laf afternoon at the horn* »1 Mr grandmather, Mrs A. M Witt, til Wast Main, Tb, liaaina wai aaabted b* her graiidniother atid her parerJB, Mr and lira, r t. black The groiip played badminton crounuet in the yard Later, 'they had a picnic supper, after roasting veincra over the barbecue pit It b an annual custom for the retiring tit* president \o enter tain member! with a iqcial affair 4 J » * ^ «l Mrs, Fields Hostess To GEO,aiA),M«nrjers ,j Mrs. VfUUani Norton houseguesl* of her parent*, Mr, and Mrs Ross Stevtna, »a»|r«< hide* Monday night with iniinlaili »f 6BO Club when Mrs Jotafr, Field* was bo«te» lo the gnxqi- .Mn. Norton is moving to 8» Lavia, in evening bridge games. Mrs. Nertob: w«a high- score prize and FEET HURT? Relief Guaranteed or Your Money Back! Coming Events THURSDAT C and N Birthday blub meeting ; the Dogwood clubhouse, 1:uo m. Mrs. H. H. Houchlru hoatesa to Mid-week Bridge Club. Mrs. Russell Phillips entertains 'hursday Lunch Club. Octette Club meetlnj with Mr». •farvln Nunn. Mrs. o. E. Keclc hostess to 'liursday Contract Club. GNB Club meeting with Mrs. N. C. Colston. Friendly Rook Club guests ef Irs. Neville Blakemore. Er.lre Nous Club meeting with Mrs. William Berryman. Mrs. Ebb Reynolds hostess to ,lpha Beta Bunco Club. Methodist seniors entertained with luncheon at social room, First Methodist Church, PKIDAY "•Xts. Paul Klmnrough hostess to CBC Club. Junior Fellowship of First Methodist Church meeting at the church, 3:45 o'clock. Mrs. Chester Caldwell will be hostess to members of Chapter N, P. E. o. Sisterhood, ut the home of Mrs. Klton W. Klrby, COO Ciilck- asawba, 2 o'clock. Ing her e May 23. Moses, a graduate of Oua'ctilta, .will'speak in the dining hall at 7 p.m. College Seeks $1,000,000 ARKADELPHIA, Ark., May 15. (UP)—C. Hamilton Moses, president of the Arkansas Power and Light Co. and chnirmuu of the board of trustees of Ouachita College, will discuss the school's campaign to raise $1,000,000 at a meet- LIGHTEN TOO DARK f rtckk*. 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