The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 13, 1944 · Page 2
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I'AGE'TWb BLYTHEVILLE (ARkV COURIER NEWS ; ' Mi's* Richardson Js Bride Mis s Campbfeli Is Hostess <->f ri i wrir ' -T rvi. ... taincd with a lav.n ipucn fin'.'- uarson. oinyviic jr, niia\<jary Mason, son ......... .,.„. .. ._,.,. party Friday Mrs j osc ,,|,i ne We ... M.icrtsiined Qf Mr. and Mrs. E, R. Mown, «c- hf*$Lw nT r T,""?, ,T H°^ h 12 numbers of CrcrA)U and one <™WnIcd by Mrs. John M. woo*, of Blytbevllle celebra Ing the birth- guest M Jh *$ ,}, u d James Durhom and Miry Melodv days of Miss Juan la Lee Long, votlonal , V ns g ven bv Mrs J ir of • NcxJona, will leave i Cuilen Dlxon, and her own. Adams mi the ' sludv cows, was morning for Petit Jean wh . The H guests spent the evening fa^hT ,Hi,, ^ ^^^'^^ will attend Damn Mitchell £Z ,7 ', ' . ^ , Adams, nnd the studs' course was "'»'"»« iur rein Jean wnere u>ey The H guests spent the evening (ni ,g hL ' by MiV Matt Moiiashan wl " Mmd °<"ni> Mitchell for 10 In informal entertainment, with N ft£ mc , nbcr , of cS Nine ''"I"- Bo ' h <»° Rev. Mr. and Mrs %c"e.*roe C n 'a d Werc c n" c f"aln«i by Mrs Jolm Smythc »'"» ™"e on the faculty birthday cake were served. M"!'Walter ™lshoV and*Mi^'iVuch- , Mrs - H<«™«1 Frlsby'of Memphis of Of^yi. William'T. Dott Mr.- wid Mrs. Charles Needharo today* announced W* nu.rri>g« of their JdiUghUr, Miss Mildred Richardson, to Pvt. WlUium T. Dotts of Kelly'FJeld, T«a», son pf Mr. and Mis. Wimarri x F, Dotts pf Guymon, Okla.. . Tlie.:'ceremony, was performed Thursday f, June i, at First Presbyterian Church In San Antonio, Texas, at 5 o'clock in the afternoon. The -bride wore a dress,of white eyelte, designed with a basque wstst and very full skirt. The sweetheart neckline was banded with lace, and she wore a while picture hat with matching lace, trim on the brim, She carried a bguquet of mixed garden flowers in'vivid hues, and her only ornament was a strand of pearls^ a gift of the bridegroom. Mrs. Dotts ,\vas graduated from Blytlicvllle high school and has been employed I n. the Sub-Depot of Bly- thevllle Army Air Field for the past two years. .' ; ;" :: •' : . '.' . Private DotU was graduated from high school at Guymoh,-• and attended. Panhandle A; & M,, Goodwell, Okla.; and was graduated from Oklahoma 1 A. & M., StlHwater, Okla. Following -. his graduation, he was employed by the civil commission ol Ihe United States and came her< two years ago as chief clerk ol th< Sub-Depot at EA^F, where lie was employed,- until tils Induction Ink the Army in January. . Private and/Mrs. Dotts plan It make their home'In San Antonio while he is stationed ; there. MiW Darty Bride-Elect Honored At Shower Party Miss Joyce ; Sommers, Mrs, Ber- iilce Stader, -' Mrs.''. Beiilsh LJoyd and Miss Carllynn Hood entertained a large' 6roup, of friends'last night nt the Hood'home In special compliment to Miss Prances Darby, whose marrlsge to Lieut, parlton Wells of.the Blythcvlile Army Air Field, will lie solemnized late this . month. The af/alr, a miscellaneous shower, was a surprise to the guest of hoiior. Games In keeping, with the eo- gJoa -were played under the dl- ectton pf Mrs.' Lloyd, '• while each guest recited a poem directing the bride-elect to the various gifts which were scattered over the home. Mock advice to,Miss Darby was concealed in each of (he refreshment napkins, and. read during the refreshment hour, A pink and white color scheme was carried out In the dessert course served, with' the Individual white cakes embossed with pink rosebuds ap(j the names' "Carlton and Prances" on'each. ', "- > » » t Presbyterian Women Meet The Women's Auxiliary of First Presbyterian Church met yesterday in circle groups, with circles One Two and Three , meeting in the afternoon and Circle R>ur at night Mrs. U D. Chamblin and Mrs James B. Clark entertained 14 members of- -circle One at the Chamblin home, when two visitors also were present. They were Mrs Loy Eich and•'Miss Josephine Fowlkes. Mrs. C. "M. Gray was'In charge of the program. Thirteen members of circle Two and three visitors were guests of Mrs. E. P, KIrshner, when her ftther, Dr. Frank O. Smith o Omaha, Neb,, presented the pro gram. ' . Mrs. Rodney Banister and Mrs B. S. Simmons were" co-hostesses to n members of Circle Three a the Banister home. Mrs J D McGill was In charge of the pro^ gram. Mrs. Alice Womack and Mrs Jesse M. White entertained 15 members of Circle-Pour and one visitor last night at the Womaek. Mtes rmopne Campbell enter- £» "*? yer »' w *'*•» by "»• Ebb S •inn/) U'l+ll n T"Hi it llovfir T7rMft»> . . '....' m Program Meeting Held Members of the woman's society ' of odlst Church, met yesterday afternoon at the church for their regular program and social meeting. The program, on the topic of "Ml&sionar., Work In Mcxlcp", was Jl) charge of Mrs, John Caudlll, who gave the devotional. She was assisted In presenting her program by Mrs. H. B. Stout, Mrs.'William Wyatl, Mrs. Fred McGhc'c, and Miss Marjorle Warren, while Mrs. James Hill Jr., told of touring Mexico several years ago, when slie visited! the principal churches and cathedrals in Mexico City. Following Ihe program, n social '.wur was held In the soocln) room • 'f the church, when the refreshment table was covered with a Mexican cloth, njid centered with an arrangement of Summer flowers In .vivid hues. ; Two guests, Mrs. Floyd Holcomb jf Lawrence, Knns,, nnd Mrs. J. /J.' Callawny of Arkfutelphla, Ark., *ere guests at the affair, with the ollowlng .women serving a# hos- ,esses for 'the afternoon: Mrs. John Caudill, Mrs. J. L. Guni), A1rs. : Fred fcGhee, Mrs. Ben Hall, Mrs. Wll- arn Dolen, Miss Mildred Lou Hub- arc), Mrs. William Wyall, Mrs. T. . Bailey and Mrs. J. Mell Brooks Officers Installed At Christian Church Meet The Women's Council : of First Christian Church nipt yesterday nf- ernbon at the church for the filial business meeting of the current hurch year, with Mrs. J. c. Ellis, ^residing. The devotional on "Love" was ,ven by Mrs. Edwin Robinson, as- lst«d by Mrs. Edith McCool and Mrs.. ; George Barham. Yearly reports were filed before he Incoming- officers were (nsiall- d b v Mrs. .R. S. Baird, assisted by Mrs. McCool nnd Mrs. M. Fitz- Immpns. Officers installed 'were tfrs, Ellis, president, Mrs. B. F. Jrogdon Jr.. vice president, Mrs Russell Barham, secretary, Mrs. 'olm C. McHuney, .treasurer, Mrs. I. M. Beck, war cnll chairman, "- W. D, Cobb, llbrarloi), Mrs. Mrs. Walter Bishop and Mrs, Ducli- onan, anil Mrs, Bishop was it) charge of the lesson. " ' meeting wns closed with a hour, when refreshments e, nhen the program *as pre sented by Mrs. Margaret Gra- Crowder, and plans ' were mad' lor the group to enter lain with i supper party.-Sunday night at th Gospel Cros^ng All". Barriers," a social hour foltowed each : . . . , , . — — .,. ~....,..,.., ^,, eorge Barham, missionary chair- with Mrs. C. S, Btiggett. . s spending the week here as the -ucst oj Mr. and Mrs, Theodore and Mr. ami Mrs. John were served. • • • Wilson Teacher To Wed Verner, Harrison Clerget '\VII£ON, Ark.. June 13—An announcement of Interest,to friends !ti Wilson was made today when Mrs. John,Lafayette Phillips or BoonevJHe,.;Aik,, mid L|ltle nock, announced'!he:engagemcht and ap- proachlng'marritige. of her ilaugh- tfr, Miss Sarah jQunetlii Phillips, lp .Vcrnc'r Harrison Clerjjet of Onrndcti.VArk. ' : :Th e marriage will be solomnlmi Sunday .n't First Chtisllnn Ohurch In Little Hock. Miss Phillips was graduated from Arkansas State Teachers College at Coiuvay and from the University of Arkansas, 1 Fayettevllle. For the past several years she \\ns laiight-ln tho local schools. She is recording secretary of the Arkansas Education Association. Mr. clcrget Is connected with the Arkansas State Health Department ot Camuen. -He Is the soil of Mrs. Gustavo F. Clergct and the late Mr, Clerget of Morrllton. Harry A. Haines Reports For Air Corps Training Harry A. Haines, son of Mr. and Mrs, Harry W. Haines reported for duty H[ Fort Bragg, N. C., this morning us, member of the Army Air Forces Reserve. He will be nl Fort Bragg for n week before going lo Keesler Field, Miss., where he will undergo his basic training. Coming Eventi WEDNESDAY Miss Edythe George entertaining Friendly Saven C|ub. A.D.c, Club meeting with Mrs William Toiing. . • Club Eight meeting with Mrs. H. G, Partlow, , THURSDAY G.N.B. Club meeting wllh Mrs. H. c. Blankciwlllp. Mrs. O. W. McCutchcn entertaining Thursday Contrdct .Club. C. & N, Birthday Club meeting Orpup cnptnins who will serve Friday Luncheon Club meeting during the' corning year.are Mrs. with Mrs. W. M. McKenzle. '-'.' •' . V.,O. Miller, captain of (lie Faith.' Mrs. Layfctte May entertaining orniin Mice Meal • T.i, n ^Ai» nn ..tni n dnn nliili group, Miss Neal captain )f the Hope group, pncl Mrs. L. A. Woore, captain ofnhe Love group. Each captain then drew names to determine'.the membership ot her group for the year. Calvary Baptists Meet Mrs. Roy Prultt was hostess to members pf Circle Two of the Women's Missionary Society of Calvary Baptist Church when she entertained last night at her home. Following the opening hymn, a prayer wos~ofTered by Mrs. Cecil Priest before the study course was led by Mrs. Smith Brackin. The closing prayer wns given by Mrs. Carra Pruitt. , v , „ WC vn, us During the social hour, a dessert'the local church course was served .... .. Mrs. A!o.\ Shelby entertaining C B. C. Cluu. • - Bits of Personal camp near Little Rock, where thc> will attend the Presbyterian camp for representatives of _ Tnc ncv. and Mrs. Thomas B. 'iny'.he Jr., ond\cary Mason, ROJ Mr. and Mrs. E, R. Mown, «c Mrs. Frank Caudle spent today will spend three months as the guest of Mr. and Mrs, T. H. Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. H. gingery and Harry Wheeler. Mrs. Carl Wallace and son, Don, and Mrs. Woodrow Hardy and ID- TUESDAY, JUNE 13, 1944 fant daughter. Palsy, returned Friday from Detroit, where they Spent two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Wnlkcr and family. Mrs. Walker and Mrs. Hardy arc slslcrs, and Mri. Walker and her son returned home wllh Mrs, two weeks here. Hardy to spend . Mrs. Norrnadlne Cavanaugh left this afternoon for Little Bock and Morrlllton, Ark., where she ,wlU , ., , visit friends for two weeks. In Mor- rllltoji, she be the weekend , guest of Miss Catherine jaggers, and will attend the semester V-12 dance at Arkansas' A. & M., as the guest of Earl Danlelson of Blythc- vilie. . In Memphis where she went to uring homo her husband, who ho.' leen a patient «t the Veteran's rtospltal there foe the past three week's. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Topper ami Mr. Topper's mother, Mrs. F, M Hnmlclt, of Memphis, spent yesterday here as guests of Mr. and Mrs Smith Brackln and family. They cnmo up especially to be with Mrs Topper',, brother, Bernard Albcr Brackin, seaman 2-c, who is homo on leave from Great Lakes, III. Edwin Woodman, son of Mr. ant Mis, Harry Wcedman. is attend ing University of Arkansas. Fay- cttcvllle, for nine months iindci the Army Specialized Training Re- servo Program. . Mr. and Mrs. Ron Wcems of Llt- lle nook nrrivcfl today /or a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Luclan Galncs Mrs. Tom A. Little nnd daughter, Mls s Frances Little, have returned from Gulfport and Biloxt, Miss., and New Orleans, where they spent live days, in Gulfport Ihcy wer e eucsts of Pvt. Tom A. Little Jr., who Is stationed there at Kecs- Icr Field. Mrs. Marcus Galncs has gone to San Diego, calif., to be with her husband, who Is stationed there with the Navy. Tech. Sergt. Leonard T. OMhain, who is stationed at San Diego, Calif., arrived yesterday to spend a 15-day furlough here with his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Adams, and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred L. Otclhum at Stecle, Mo. Pvt. James B. Handley returned Sunday to Camp Vandoren, Miss., alter spending a 15-day furlough here with-his wife and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Handley. Mr. and Mrs. Ottls Roush and daughters, of Jackson, Tenn, ret timed honic yesterday utter n visit here with their parents, Mr. nmi Mrs. O. A. Roush and family, and Mrs. Myrtle Fiylee and family. Mrs. Roush and the children spent last week here, nncl were Joined Sunday by Mr. Housh. Misses Botty Jane and Ann Barnett of Baton Rouge, La., are visiting here as the guests of their grandparents, Mrs. E. A. Fisher, and Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Barnelt. Ernest Roush'; electrician's mate 3-c In the Nni-y, wliu is stationed nt Ban Diego, Calif., is spending this week here with his wife ant! young son,' Ernest Jr., and his parents, Mr. ami Mrs. O. A. Roush and family. Miss Ann Fisher returned yesterday from Monroe and Baton Rouge, La., where she nnd her sister, Mrs. Wartc Qulnn and Mrs. Qulnn's two sons, Jimmy Wade nnd Edd Lo W . son of Osceola, have been visiting their sister, Mrs. H. E. Barnett ! Jr., and family. Mrs. Qulnn' and her sons remained in Baton Houge for a longer visit. Lieut. James B. Johnson spent He.len Frances Buchanan, Jimmy Limn, oaines u. jonnson Lncashire and Charles Lcggett left the weekend in Blylhcvllle witn .yesterday morning tfor Fcrncliffp Mr. Johnson, who Is visiting her Cfll>lll llPnf Mttln D/w,b ...llnxn +V.n.. .nnlY,n.- \r- f * WI-l I r mother, Mr. E. A. Fisher and family. He went to Memphis Sunday afternoon for a brief visit with lib --.—•-• —••"*.••• parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. John( Lieut. John Harp left Friday for; son, before Hying back to Monroe BurksdalC' Field, Ln., where he is La., where lie Circle meetings were held yesterday at|ernoon for members ol the Women's Missionary Union of First Baptist Church. Mrs. R. E. VanHooser WAS hostess to 11 members of Circle One, when Mrs. C. E. Edds gave Ihc de- vptlona! and prayers were offered by Miss Cordelia Wllhlte and Mrs S. M. Hood. The study course was taught by Mrs. Murray Smart Circle Two met with Mrs. Ted King with five members present. . . , --- -j .. «>u<uu,7 IlJgul. ni> LUC »> (it. ---- •••-•i ••*!>!. itvt church lor members of the YOIUIE „% wlth fivc members present. People's Department w ., B Prayers were offered by Mrs. E. F. Topic of- the program at'' each Blt "".?>' tlr 0 "d Mrs. Charles New- of the circle meetings was "Th ™ m . . Mrs ' Blon >cycr taught Gos " " ' the study course. Thirteen members of circle Three were guests of Mrs. Pearl Hires, when Mrs. W. F. Cope)and gave the 'devotional and prayer was .;, We are glad to announce that MRS. IRA WALTERS the former Dorothy Jean ::..: Foster, Is now a member of our staff. ; Mrs. Walters invites her .friends and customers , 'to.yisitjnerhere. wile's beauty shop A:»H t - * ' " V",e»Il 3182 For Appointment } ) . - 111 N.'Sfcond —" «*..- * .w.u, LJU., nnL-iu i,c jo i iv,i., ivilftu lie 13 Slft^iotieu. Circle MeetinSS Are Hplfl ?, ta "9'«d. after spending his leave I Mrs. C. H. Wheeler left yester- „,.., " >, ^ n ! e .. nela "erc^with his parents, Mr. and day for Los Angeles, Calif., where Premium Wheat PLUS Fine Milling EQUALS Shibley's Best FLOUR - - - The flour that needs less shortening! Delicious Foods — Reasonably Priced! MARTIN'S CAFE Specializing In Delicious Steak Dinners Special Plate Lunches Real Southern Barbecue Sandwiches—Cold Drinks IJEER ON TAP AND IN BOTTLES 114 W. JOHN FOSTER, Manager Main t>imi Phone 565 SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS, properly designed, are remembered always, our flow«n »re always fresh, and all work Is guaranteed to pleas*. Let our expert Wslgnera help you with your flor&l need*. FLOWER SHOP WJ>. Mrrtm W« Drtltw , ill Kn. J. K. (MM) WI«MU, •»»« Mlf. FITZPATRICK'S , How besl to express your good v,~. lc; , and deep admiration for Ihe Bride you t honor this June."; that is (he question. 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