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t"AGE TWO BLYTHBVILLB (Afcl 1 ) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21, 1944 Kathyn Long Weds In Corinth, Miss. Announcement has been made 9f the marriage of Miss Kattuyn Lone, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Theodore Lgne, to Stafl Sergt. Gordon B niiigham of Tuke, Miss* and Los .\ngeles. The rites were performed Tuesday June 13, at Corinth, Miss, by Justice of the Peace W. E Boatman The. bride wore a suit of powder blue linen with white accessories. The bride, who moved here a year ago from Corinth, was there :vlsll- ing when Sci geant Bin^hRm joined her after arriving from Camp Mil- roc, Calif. He has returned to his .station of the Army Air Forces and she was resumed her-position here wllh the nlce-Stlx Company prior to Joining him within d brief time. • * * Celebrates Birthday Children invited to Glenn Uidcl's birthday party'Monday nlglit visited Mother-Goose:Land in honor of his fifth birthday. A,sugar plum tree and a Mother Goose wishing well were the feature •attractions among a setting of appropriate illustrations which decorated the'.walls and the dining room table. Tne birthday coke, with its glow- Ing | tapers, was amidst Mother Goose miniatures- before cut for refreshments of 'Ice cream ami cake'. ' •"' vc . As] a part n't; the'entertainment, June 'Stlres performed with MJth- er Goose'finger dancing. Among the 15 guests was Danny, LceiHo)cbmb"of Lawrence, Kans., cousin of the young host. • '.'..'• *' * • Mrs. Nolen Hostess To : Bi-Monthly Club When ,Mrs;_Emma Nolen enter- tamfe'd 1 the Bi-Mohthly. Bridge'Club' yestfei-day" afternoon'she also had as her |iuests',..Slrs.'':,\y; P.;Brewer.,'and Mrs: Herman "Cross. ' White amarlllos decorated the living room where the two tables were nrranged. .:'".'-, ' . High, score ; went, lo Mrs. W, F. Brewer and second to, Mrs. Cross. ' Iced drinks were served during the games. '. * r • * Compliments Sister ary Union met Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs, Clayton Greer for a Roynl Service program on the subject "His Mighty Acts In Mld- Ainerica." ; •, .' Mrs. Grccr presented the program, assisted by Mrs. Earl Walker, Mrs, Carro Prultt, Mrs, Vcrnon Boyd, Mrs. Smith Biackln and Mrs. Cecil Priest. The devotional was taken from Psalms 90 and prayer offered by Mrs. Raymond Bciknap. Iti the social hour, Mrs, Grcer nnd Mrs. Priest were hostesses for the Ice course served the 14 present. • « « Bride Complimented Mr. nnd Mrs. C. E. Hart entertained with a party Monday night at their country homo on Route Three in compliment to their granddaughter, Mrs. James K Hart, whose marriage to Private Hart of Camp Blnndlng, Fla., took place last month. The house was decorated In garden flowers. Gnines were enjoyed by the 45 (juests who presented the bride with an assortment of gifts. A salad plate was served, Street or Beach BHS Graduates Accept Jobs In Washington t D, C. A group of Mississippi Counts young ireople will soon be among the many other new workers seeking "fame ftnd fortune" iivlhe capital city of the United Slates. Three 1944 graduates of Blylho- vllle High School have decided to ; join government forces wllh a plan of beginning their college work as soon as ijosslulc nl llic same time Ihey are employed In Washington, Miss Mary Gray, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Gray, is to be employed In the office of Federal Bureau of Investigation. She plans to enter George Washington University later. Robert Purtle, son of Mr. and Mrs. J., W, Ptirtle, is to be. connected with.' the ' War Department. Miss Mary Tucker Moore, daughter of'Mr. arid. Mrs'. D. G. Moore and. valedictorian of Hie senior class this year, will be a filing clerk In the War Department. She also plans to begin her college work later. Mrs. A. W. Moore and Miss Wllma Jean Moore of Leachville also will be filing clerks hut do not plan to attend school. Mr. Purtle left Sunday, Miss Gray eaves Monday and Miss Moore, her sister and sister-in-law have reservations for Tuesday. Miss Mary Gray, who is leaving Monday for Washington, , D. c., where she is to be employed in an office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, was guest of Vionor ;at ti. party given lest night by her sister, .Mrs. Margaret Gray Crowder, at her home, 2020 Chickasawta !ii'"U>e rurrimy games played ' Miss Ann Weddman won high prize and Miss Betsy Buchanan low. •'. The .eight guests surprised Mis. Gray with gifts of handkerchiefs. , Sihdwiches and Iced drinks were served. . ' • : ~ : . :»' • » Program Is Given AtCircle Meeting Circles One'and .Two of Calvary Baptist Church Womgn's Misslon- MARGARET'S "-BEAUTY-RHOP IM B. nm Phone 2532 ,^Bilng(it Your —Beauty 'Problems By B/ytfievi/Je Officers Are Given Promotions Two BlylhDvillo men have be come, captains'in the Arpiy Au Forces,' the ; Wnr Department of ficially announced Inst night. Robert A. Porter, serving will the Ferry Transport • Command a Romulus, Mich., nnd John Tlioinn Phillips, in the snme branch o service at Wilmington, Delawari have been promoted to that rank Captain Porter has nn adminis trntlve position after having volun leered for service 18 mouths ag He entered the Army as a secon lieutenant. Captnln Phillips became n clvl ian instructor for the govcrmnci in October, 1941, after havii learned piloting in the civllla school held here. He recently married a Wilmini ton girl, Diego after visiting Mra. Housh and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Housh for n week following completion of lite boot training. Mrs. Raymond Shainlln and daughter, Olonda, left Monday for San Francisco after having visited Mrs. Sliamlln's parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. A, Roush. En route there they will stop at Pueblo, Colo., I.T be guests of Mrs. Sliamlln's sister, Mrs. I'hillp J. Dross, Staff Scr- Uennt Dross and son, Philip, of Blythcville who now nre stationed there following Sergeant Dross' return from foreign service. Tech Sergl. John R. Johnson of Cnmp Shelby, Miss., Is spending several days wllh his family before going to Cnmp lloblnson, to where ha Is iKlns transferred. J. E. Gooch, who hns been at Walnut Hldge, has arrived for nn extended stay with his daughter, Mrs. M. A. Isaacs, and family. Company M Veterans Are Given Transfers Several members of the former Company M. Filythevlllc National Citiard Unit which served 31 months In Alaska nut! the Aleutians before returning recently to the tlnltec States. ar e being transferred to other companies. Tech. Scrgt. John R. Johnson, member of the company seven years, spoke sentiments of the groii] when lie snld today, while here on furlough. "It is rather tough to lenvc the outfit but It is good to be stationed back in Arkansas." Other members of the company being transferred from Camp Sht'l by, Hntllesuurg, Miss., to Cam] noblnson, Little Rock, arc: Tech Sergt. Raymond W. Dixon, Sl«f Sergt. Ercye D. Blackard and Slaf Scrgl. George W. Dillahunty. (Plwto from Dupoiit) 'OMMUTER play clothes—ensembles thai go modestly lo and from ' beiiclics on public conveyances unit can be stripped down to barest necessities for sun futi—lire wortimc fashions that are clicking this unnner Picturesque example is shown ;ibt>vc in both fully-clothcd md sim-biUhing versions of OIK- outfit, A linen-type weave of spun ayon and collon in :i print inspired by ;• South Sea Island flower miikes the buiidemi nnd paroiiB-typi' slioils, shown right Over these wo pieces go ;i matching skirl mid a blouse- which picks tip one of .hi- colors i" the print f ^zxs*ti\\\iJJ&. ! Bits of News" Personal Mrs. Earl KoonlK of Fulton, Mo,, s guest of her sister nnd brother, liss Ellen Bryan and Moss Bryan, or Uvo weeks. Duck Meharg is til the Veterans lospltal In Memphis where an op- ration Is to be performed for am- mtntion oi two more Inches from Us nrm following nn alfalfo mill accident in which he lost a hand. Moss Bryan 1ms returned from St Louis where he bought for his gift Miss Rosemary Child hns as her guests, her cousin, Miss Junnlta Williams, and Miss Mary Lo» Colison of Joneshoro, who will be heri. .mill Thursday. Mrs. il. C. Thompson Sr., ar rived home lust night from Minne apolls, Mlnti., where she attendei a Church of Nnznrcnc General As sembly. Fred It. Child Jr., is spcndlni the week in Memphis ns guest o his uncle nnd mint, Mr. nnd Mrs D. Antrobtis. Mrs. Clinton Prnzter of Ilousloi Texas, Is guest of Mr. and Mrs. O . Quellmnlz and Mrs. Elma Arni- trong. The former Miss Delma ravelle, Mrs. Frailer was reared i Blytlicville where lier late fath- r long was an attorney. Pfc. William Geurin, who has pen stationed at Camp FnnnJn, *cxas, is guest of his parents, Mr. ud Mrs. w. O. Geurin en roule o Fort Meade, Md., to where he s being transferred. Pfc. Hal Wilson Fletcher of Hos- vell, N. M.. is guest of his parents, ill', and Mrs. Hal Fletcher for 15 lays. Sergt. C. D. Ellis of Cnmp Mnx- 011, N. C., is spending n 12-day urlough wilh his parents, Mr. antl Mrs. Bert Ellis. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Livingston iav c as their guests, Mrs. G. E. Bennett, her daughter, Sandra Lee. son, Ronald Eugene, and Miss Rosalie Bennett of Humboldt rcnn. They will lie here a week. Mrs. Claude Scogglns and daugh- ler, Sally Ann, of Balcsville, Miss., are guests of Mrs. Scogglns' mother, Mrs. Louise Stracke. Pvt. Willard n. Evans, stationed at. the Army Service Forces Depot, Columbus, Ohio, arrived Monday to spend a 13-dny furlough with his mother, Mrs. E. L. Evans, and family. Mrs. R. A. Eades is 111 at her home, in Lilly. Ernest Roush, electrician mate third class, lias returned to San County Teachers Enroll At Arkansas University , FAYETTE, Ark., June 21.- Mescal Dunn, teacher of horn economics at Joiner; S. K. Garrett superintendent of schcols at Leach vl|le; Cella Mires, teacher of horn economics at Manila, and Opa Turner, elemenlary school teaclie at Manila, have enrolled in th workshop in community echo problems being conducted by til University of Arkansas College Education. ; • Mrs. Elise K. Clark, clem'entdi school supervisor at Joiner, h; enrolled in,the workshop in rur lencher education lo qualify as extension Instructor' in refresh courses. • SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON Toxl: Daniel 1:8-16, 19, 20. jv WIIXIAM K. Giutoy, D. i). This Is the international temper- ice lesson, and it puts emphasis ion temperate living as well as >on abstinence from strong drink. The Bible leaches temperance by lample a.s well us by precept, and great, figure in this teaching by <amplc is Daniel, He is set before s as u perfect example of .strength irongh right living, and as a man idued with |>ower because he was holly consecrated to the will of od; and mighty In courage bc- aiise the love of God and- devo- on to His service had cast out !1 fear. I am not concerned here with le critical questions that have dl- ided scholars regarding the na- ire of the Book of Daniel. Uter- llsts Insist upon the historical ac- uracy of every detail, while liberal iterurcters pointing to its late date s a Hebrew writing, and its, late cccpla»ce Into the canon of tl(e 3!U Testament, insist that it is an pocalyptic book, like the Book of levclation In the New Testament, rlUeii In times of dire iiersecu- lon to encourage the servants of God to stand firm In their faith. The moral and spiritual realities f the Book, the strength and no- illlty of the great.character, Danel, that It portrays, arc not bound tp with controversial opinions; ami Daniel way. It la Die way of courage, and I am sure that It is the *'ay of strength and the way that ,, moat last- the surest, ing satisfactions. Accommodations Sought For Parents Of Cadets Blytlievllte citizens were urged today by G. W. Danlelson, director • of the USO, to open their homes nd friends of members At the Hospital*. Walls Hospital Admitted— Mrs. C. A. Dtivall, Luxora. Mrs. Ruby Dunn, Stcele, Mo. Richard Nell Patterson, Caruth- crsvilic, Mo. Dismissed— Mrs. J. E. Crook, city. Mrs, George Parish and city. baby, Bobble Simmons, Dell. niytiievllle Hospital Admitted- Mary Johnson, city. Memphis Baptist Hospital Admitted- Betty Pleeman. Manila. Memphis Methodist Hospital Admitted- Lucille Corona, Joiner. Born to Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Walker, Carutheisvllle, Mo., a son. from the Blylheville Army Air Field June £1. Visitors arc coming in early for this graduation, the USO director pointed oul, which necessitates additional accommodations. Mr. Danielson also stressed Ihe Importance of'more people offering kitchen' privileges to sokllers wives, and the acceptance of children when:homeowners rent rooms. The altitude many have have toward renting rooms to a couple with children works a tremendous hardship on young mothers and their •roldlei'-husbands, he said, Those who have homes which Ihey will open to the incoming visitors are asked to call the USO office, telephone 2930. The King's •. Cock-Ciower was llie-title of a. British crown officer at one time. . t is these realities with which we ire concerned. Surely It is an impressive fact hat in all the records of Scrip- ,ure when an individual or a group of men had a great task to perform or some special obligation resting upon them, they are always repre- iented as being under discipline, and n most Instances abstinence from strong drink was an essential part of the discipline. We are challenged with the question whether the Bible is a good Hide or.not. The effect of a great deal that is written and said today is to challenge its authority and its realism in what it has to say about temperance and simple, wholesome living. But the real question concerning this and a great deal more in the life of our times is whether Daniel offers a reallj noble and desirable way of life and good character. Which standard are we going to set up for youth? The fact Is that for many-people today, both young and old, liquor and much that accompanies it constitutes an escape, and the! practical philosophy of life is an escapist philosophy. They are chas jiig after things that have no ren happiness in them. Jesus looked h pity upon similar people In His day, as He said, "Ye will not come unto Me, that ye might have life." Prom practical observation as vmi „.„.,,.._ ..„ well ns from sound philosophy of soclatiorTTn balloting which 'ended[life I stand^for and advocate the vestcrday. Eleven old board mem-'* "~ bers were re-elected. The new directors will be install-' cd at the association's annual mnicbershlp meeting in Memphis June 21, wheii^ plans will be. niade for the coming season. The other nciv directors In addition to Mr. Ayres fire J. C. Rapp of McGehce, nnd K. T. Hutchinson of Murfrce.v boro, Tenn. Coming EvenU THURSDAY Mrs. O. W. McCutchen hostess to Thursday Contract Club. C. D. Ayres Elected C. D. Ayres of Osceola was one of three new directors chosen by the MitlSoiith Cotton Growers' As- Mrs. J. C. Swlggart'entertaining' G. and B. Club. , i FRIDAY C. B. C. Club meeting with Mr* D. Smith. 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