The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 23, 1945 · Page 2
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''PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS Owning Events WEDNESDAY Mrs. W H Mtnvird entertaining Wednesday Bridge Club Town and County club meeting svl(h x Mrs Cornelius Modirgcr. Mrs.,.! JS Stevenson Jr, entcr- tilning ADC Club Mission Study Courfii at First Presbjterian Church, 7 30 p m Chapter "D" ol p. E. O. mooting with Mrs. O. S. Lemons, 1 p. m. u 5 - THURSDAY" M»pi Club meeting <ftth Mrs >WOllffora= Walking. f," Mrs Cecil Shane entertaining Club. Louise Cliastain To Wed Capf. joscphV. Bledsoe The. Rev. .iind Mre. O. J. clias- taln of Mount pl'asaht, Texas, announce the engagement nmi np- preaching mnrrlngc of their clnugh'- to! Miss Louise Chaslaln, to Capt. Jcseph Venum', Blcdsoe of Die Unltc'd States Army Air Forces, son Of Mr. nnrt Mrs. W. C. Dleclsoe of Wnco, Texas. TJic ncv. Mr. Cliastain former- Is w.is pas lor of I lie First Baptist Church in BlytlK-ville. The bride-elect Is n sophomore >t Mid-Week club., . . at Baylor University, Waco, nnd Thursday Night Bridge CluhjCnptoln Bledsoe was graduated In si-meeting , 7,1th Miss Frances Me- 1941 from Texas A. & M. College, "fH-iney ' Colleac station. Mrs. Norfndri Spccfc and Mrs. M. uiuiuii £j]j*:L:ft HUM ;\iaa. KL. I UUIrt JUT .ine WCllUing Will rjD ll entertaining Friendly Announced u !>on the early expected ub at Angell horr^ nirlval of Captain Blcdsoo from the I f Eight Club at Angell uumci <•<"- Mrs James Hill Jr,- will be hos- "'te^s to Octette Luncheon Club ^- i Fortnightly Club meeting with .' Mrs A ' M Butt • ' )„ *r ""WoinanVClub having 'covered dish luncheon at. home" of" Mrs.' 'Dob Barne~, 1pm . , , Thursday Luncheon Club mect- Ihg'nlth Afrs.'RoSs D Hughes ,f" - » FRIDAY. , * G N B club meeting u|(h Mrs J F Nolen' 1 ';;,*„ ;,. l ". ^.Initial -Club nieetfiig ~with"~Mrs Mrs. W. S. Lsngdon entertaining C B C Club Recent Elide Is Honored At Informal Tea Saturday -Mrs. John William Mister, who nas before her recent marriage Miss Jeanne Morris, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.- Harvey Morris, was guest al honor at an Informal tea and miscellaneous shower gh£n Saturday afternoon b> Mrs W C Hlgginson, Mrs Max B Reid and Mrs Marcus Station. Plaiis ' for . wedding will bo B\rard The at/air, gl between the — •••»* imuu t 9*ldl UCLWCCI1 UI13 hours of 3 and 5 o'clock at the Hlggfnson home, was attended by 30 guests, <ftho were received by the hostesses, the honoree and }ier mother A pink and yrhlte color scheme prevailed, with vases of pink and white karnsitoib orr^nged throughout the entertaining room<; Tile refreshment table, lighted by white tapers In silver candelabra, Mas presided o\er by Miss Doris Mnir, assisted by Miss Marv Nunn and Miss Ann Deen Coffee and assortPd parts foods were served Mrs Mlsfer was presented with an assortment of gifts from the guests wild called. • » » S. S. Class Has Pasty \ Fifteen members c: Chi Sunday School Clas Presbyterian Church ''atlcn-I'd the clsss party given lost night by Mirs Addlson Scntt Otmts wfe played for seveial hours, with price's \\on bj 1 Mrs C, W Dillnhtmty, Mrs Fbb Sprad- lev and Mrs 1, s Hartzog Dunnp the business iiieetlutr pro sided over bv Mrs Jcwc M White members \oted to rcdcnratc their class room at the church Mrs Scntt served refreshment;, of sandwiches rtnd n riesseit plntc together with coffee nnd tea European battle /one where he has completed his assigned missions and won n number of medals. Executive Board Meets Mrs. R. M. Ucek yesterday wns hostess to members of the Executive Board of the Women's Council of First Christian Church, when Mrs J. C. Ellis gave the devotional by reading a prayer poem, 'Spread the Light", followed by n bitef prayer. During the business meeting,. group reports on meetings held the , previous Monday were nlndo by' group chairmen. Members of Hie Faith Oroui) met with Mrs. Rupert Crafton,' with nine present. The dc- votiontil was given by Mrs. George liarham, who also tauglit the Bible study course. Members of i!ie Hope Groiip were entertained by Mrs. R. d. Hose, w!,en Mrs. H. R. Brandon yave tho study course nnd Mrs. Russell Barham the devotional. Mrs. S. R. llariley n new member was includ j cil in Uie 11 who were present. Mrs. John d. McIIimoy entertained six members of lho Love Group wheii Mrs. W. D. fJobb gnvo thd t'cvotlqnal and also conducted thC> sludy course. Following the missionary benediction, a social hour was held when the hostess served refreshments of sandwiches nnd coffee. Have Meeting At Church Sixlcen members of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of Lake Street Mclliodlsl Cliurrii met yesterday afternoon nt the clmrcli, with Mrs. George Slilwell ns'lender of the program on "Wlint Choice Shall I Make." Assisting Mrs. Stilwell on the pro- Brnm wore Mrs. George Shanks, Mrs. W. L. Green anrt Mrs. nates Sturdy, and the. porgrnm closed with n series of prayers ollcrcd by the,group. During the business session, presided over by Mrs, W. L. Green, plans for the sliver ten to be held next Monday nt Hie church were made, nnd the group nlso planned to attend church services at Blytheville Army Air Field chapel. Insinuation services for officers of the Woman's Society of Christian Service were held at the Sunday morning services nt Hie churcli. The group was dismissed with prayer. Circle Meetings Are Meld Members of the Women's Missionary union of First Bapltst Church Hiet yesteidny nfternooh In circle groups, Mrs, c, W. Affllclt entertained nine members of Circle One nl her home, when prayers were offered by Mrs. Alvlu Huffman and Mrs. E. n. Woodson. The devotional was In charge of Mrs, o. M, Smart, who also taught the mission study, course. Circle Two mH with Mrs. O, M. Morgan with 12 members and one visitor present. Mrs. H. H. Brooks gave the opening prayer, Mrs.K. F. Blomcycr was in charge ol the devotional, und Mrs, El>h Carson taught the study course. Closing prayer w as given by Mrs. John Jointson Mrs. Tbnii.W. 1 Jackson was hostess to 12 members of circle Three, ciilcrldlnlhg at'lidr'home. MM. Roy Head brought 1 the devotional, and also-led in Sprayer. The mission study course, .was .taught .by. Mi's. Harry Frllxhis, nnd closing prayer was offered.by Mrs. J/J. F.wlrig. Circle Four met Avlth Mrs. J. J. Cookslon with 1] members present. Mrs. E. C. Brown gave .the open- Ing prayer, and Mrs. C. K. Jolinson gave the devotional from Romans 3. Mrs. Theodore Logan iiad charge of (ho, mission study and Mrs, Robert'.Grimes gave tlie closing prayer. ' . ( Seven mcinUers of Circle Five met,with Mrs. M. C. Outlaw, with the opening prayer given by Mrs. Waller Bishop. Mrs. John Buchiin- nn gnve, : lhe devotional from nov- clallons 14, nn'd Mrs. aishop presented the mission study course. Closing prayer was offered by Mi's: Outlaw. lately nfler returning from Lafayette, hid., whore she had been vlsUIng her brother, Woodrow Fisher and family. Mrs. /u'.->l[))i Myers spent yesterday in Memphis. Mt's Belle WJiltsIU, who now la making her home In Jonesbovo wllh her sister, Mrs, Joe Trice, | s patient nt Memphis Bajitist Hospital' whore she Is midersfoliig trcntmcnt. Condition of A, P. Dietrich; who has been 111 for the past several weeks at Walls Hospital, Is much Improved and he now Is able to have visitors. • Mrs. L. 0. NasH will return the I list of the week from Hopklrisvllle ICy., where she went 10 days ago' to be with her nephew, Capt. Tom I-. Harris Jr., who Is homo on leave after three years service In iWth Africa, India and other foreign stutlons. Bits of Nev/s Mostly Personal B. 0.,Balley, seaman l-c In the Navy, Is visiting his wlie ana their daughter, Ann, after Service In the South Pacific, At the end of hln 20-day leave, Mr. Bailey will report back.tq San Francisco for further ilnty. He formerly was employed ns' ft salesman for Arkaiisas Grocet Compaiiy. Mr. and Mrs. LnFtrycttc' May bad as their giiesls over the weekend their daughter, Miss LaFetra May nnd her roommate, Miss Margaret Good] of Dycrsbiirg, Tenn. Dotli girls are student technicians at Memphis Methodist Hospital. Miss Waiitla Firlier retvi-ncd lust night after several days spent, In 'Memphis ' witli 'her ulslor. Miss Francelltt Fisher, who Is In trniu- iiii; nt MethodLst- Hospital. She went to \fcniplils Friday, immcd- James Medford Awarded Order Of Purple Heart Pfc. J.nncs Mcdfor<j of Blytlic- villc hns been awarded [he Purple Heart .mednl for wounds received In action in Belgium, according to n letter received today By lils sister, Mrs. Dorothy McDcrmdlt. The 21-yc.lr-old Infantryman now Is 'recuperating at a hospital jri Franco and expects lo return lo ao tlon soon. _A former student at Biythevilio High School, Private Mwlford has. been In service for two years nnd has been overseas for the pasl six months. He Is a nephew of Mrs. Alice Battles of Blytlievlllc. Those Who Kepi- Christmas Seals Asked To Pay Mrs. Roland Green, chairman of Uic Tuberculosis Seal Sale Drive In North Mississippi County today urged all persons who received Christinas seals and who have neglected sending In their remittance, to do so Immediately. It Is necessary that these remittances be made at once, Mrs. Green stated, In order that the books for Hie 1EH4 seal sale may he closed, nnd Unit Mississippi County Tuljor- cutosis Association officials may know exactly liow much money will be available for tuberculosis control work during the coming year. More than 300 persons who received the Christmas stamps have not yet sent In their remittances, Mre. Orocji stated. Mrs, Strasberg Hostess At Parly Here Sunday Mrs. Leonard Slransberg was lostcss to 25 guests Sunday afternoon for a party at her home vhen Mrs. puy RubonMeln was lompllmonted. A pink and white color motif was iffectively used throughout the party. Refreshments were served : Lawrence, leadership trnlntn'g' Earl rom a table arranged with a Ma- I Cravens, advancement- Ed Wisc- derlfi cloth and - ••• • - .... pink and white Al The Hospitals Blythcville Honpltal Admitted: William II. Thau, Armorel. Rachel Prince, city. Mrs, Wnldoii Sharp, <Iaj/tl, M6 Dlshiissed : Mrs, Robert Morgan, Manila Walls ilOHjrttii Admitted: Mary Ann Marvcll, Arhiorcll. Dismissed: Chnrlea Motley, LeachvlllB. n . Mrs. C. U Bennett. Luxora. ' Read Courier News Want Adi' Osceola Airman In Italy Earns Captain's Bars WITH THE 12TH AAP IN NORTHERN ITALY — Lieut. Ed- wai'd M, Ayros Jr., son of'Mr. and Mrs. Edward M. Ayres Sr., has been promoted to the rank of caplnln In n FiglUcr Group of the Twelfth Air Force. Captain Ayres, holder of the Air Medal with two Oak Leaf Clusters /Or meritorious achievement in aerial flight against the enemy, Is now serving a.9 Operations Officer for his squadron. The outfit Is engaged In dire-bombing and strafing of enemy military Installations over the Po Valley In support of the' Army Ground Forces in Northern Italy. The organization, veteran of every major campaign in the Mediterranean theatre of operations, has been ojvnrdcd a, War Department Unit Citation. A graduate of Osceola High School, Capliiln Ayfes entered the service In March, 1042 as an enlisted mnii. In the same year he graduated from the Army Air Kbrces Technical Training School as an aircraft mechanic at Mather Field Sacramento, Calif. He became nn AvliUlon Cndct'ln March, 1943, receiving Ills wings nt Crrilg Field, Aln,, In August, 1943. In Holland, roosted tulip bulbi have been ground up aa a coffee substitute. Ar FIRST JI&HOFA' site Ulnny Museum I'iecei (3ro\vti Dcrl'y Ten firrvire owr yolufl flttl. S«rvea Ten Service IfXl- .It!. Sutvsa TPU Survlco will. •. . K RW>I« lUue Tonn. llnvri,:, ( I S nWnl 'llonllon Sci-vlcS ','! " ' , lie Slnr(orJ,liln! l!o*l«, I , ; I'lAtM, While Slnffurililil Ivmlln&sc Cui>3 nnd TVrcf'ftonr 1-OS67. Call M,i. JC,io»!lon TIIK Illii.BiX SHOP ISM-1SIS UNION AVB. USE IfrlJ Prroatations as directed THE SHIPMENT THAT HELD UP THE SHIP }• Meri at the front dep'end on that ship r ;" ... on that waiting convoy. II it is de,„ layed those lives may be lostl All for lack of waste paper to make the car- tens, boxes and wrappings of practically every item of cargo. Waste paper is des- "perately needed to^y k y our Two million extra tons of paper must be gathered for over 700,000 vital war uses... supply parachutes, airplane parts, blood plasma containers ... Be sure that you don't hold up the ship. Save waste paper. Get your children, neighbors, club members to collect waste paper... bundle it and turn it in ... now/ Save a bundle a week—save some boy's life! U. S. Victory WASTE PAPER Campaiyn iTNA LIFE & ACCIDENT INSURANCE CO. E. H. FORD, Representative — riicmc 2811 206 Lynch Bid?, REFRIGERATORS and RADIOS REPAIRED 321 EAST MAIN City Radio Repair ACROSS FROM LILI/Y STREET If It's We Have It or Can Get It If It's At All Obtainable! HUBBARD HARDWARE CO. "25 Years' Continuous Service" Complete Super Service Station! GOOD GUI,!-" GAS AND OILS ... GOODRICH TIRES . . . WASHING . . . LUHUICATION . . . TIRE REPAIR . . . ROAD SERVICE, We nrc never (oo busy to appreciate your business. BLAN HEATH 421 W. Main AUTO AND HOME SUPPLY rhone I Full Stocks of DODGE & PLYMOUTH AUTO PARTSand DODGE TRUCK PARTS- We have a completely equipped service department and efficient mechanics. We service any make car or truck. BLYTHEVILLE MOTOR CO. 119 AV. Ash • Eirl Stono, Sertto Mgr, Plions 431 TUESDAY, JANUARY 23, 19<15 Osceola Society—Personal Sartain Named South District Scout Chairman . Elliott Sarlain was named chairman of South Mississippi County District of Hoy Scouts at a meeting held Saturday afternoon In Osceola. Other officers named at the meeting include D. N. Morris, vice chairman and C. W. Watson, commissioner. Committee chairmen announced by Mr. Sarlain to serve with the new officers are: Dean whitesMe, organization nn ( ] extension; L. T. man, camping and activities; Dr. W. j. shcddan, health and safety; Fubcr white, finance. Mr. Snrtain expressed a wish (hat all newly named officers make a special effort to attend the council meeting to be held Thursday in Jonesboro. a centerpiece of carnations In ft :rystal bow), flanked with mntch- ng tapers glowing In crystal hold- •rs. Mrs. Sam Florman of Blythcvllle, nother of Mrs. stransberg, assist •d the hostess In serving an assortment of camipos, dessert and Irlnks. Guests were from Osceola, Bly- hevllle, Manila, Luxora and Joiner. Mrs. James D. Driver, who left Sunday with her family for Shreve- iorl,. La., to make her home, was complimented at a series of informal parlies prior to her departure. Mrs. A. W. Bowen entertained j with Mrs. u. E Cox comiiUmciit- x^*n^, ay N ' ght C ' Ub ' ° f whlc V»8 Mrs. Driver, and Mrs. Mllson Mis, Driver was a member. Tues-1 E. Pope entertained eight guests lay Mrs. Herbert T. Shlppen en- Friday afternoon n t lertained with n. bridge luncheon luncheon for her complimentingMrs. Driver, who) Friday oiyht Mrs. E. H Rilcy ignln was guest of honor Wcdnes- and Mrs. E. R. Smith Jr were hos- ;lay when Mrs F. A. White and (esses at a supper party to con- Mrs. A. w. .nowcn were hostesses elude the round of parties Keeping Up , With The Men In Service A-C Herman B. Phillips, ton of Mr. and Mrs. Homer W, Phillips of Route 3, Osceola has reported at Carlsbad, N. 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