The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 11, 1944 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, July 11, 1944
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t*AGE TWO .,,•;• f.- : < f ;>',*S -. \\'.. (jfofc.) COURIER TUESDAY, JULY 11, 19-14 Dance Given Last Night HcnoririgjTwo Visitois {>ue hundred member^ of the teen age group at BIythevlllei were guests at t the danc«'gtv«n last night at thi Woman's 1 ? Club 1 by 4 Mrs E F Fr)',tMlsS'Frances"Field,tMtss Prances Shouse and Billy Williams The affair wns given In special compliment to two out-of«town visitors, Miss Mary Stacy Collins or Memphis, niece, of Mrs *Fry, and Miss Barbara Whlttkv.ajsb'of, Memphis who Is,Hie houseguest of Mi^s Slicuse and her parents, Mr .md Mrs J W. Shouse Punch and cookies were served throughout the evening from the luce.',-covered table, centered .with a crystal bowl .of> mixed Summer flofters The guests spent the evening' dancing; Among the out-of-town guests present were Miss'Mary Mazeppa King of Cleveland) Miss, Jciry Nnih of Gieenvllle, Mlssl Miss Jean West- crman of Fort (Benjamin Hanlsori, and Miss • Ramona > Daugh'erty of Tucsoiv''Aril ' , •• Chn]>erones,ior the evening were Mrs J J Field, Mrs Marlon Williams, Mrs Fry, Mrs Russell Firr and Mis J W Shouse S. S. Class Has Party Members of the School Class -of "First Sunday Ban list Marjorie Burnett, who discussed Art n/J o i Who Are Indians", Miss Dorothy *"•' "."<>• oanuui 3ioss, whose topic was "Ihe Mystery: of the Indian''; and Mrs. Manola Anderson, Mrs. E.\ M. Terry Church met'last-night at t»-e home of their teacher,''Miss Pearl Lee for a pot-luck supper Included 1 among-the <U present were Uo> former class' members, Mrs IxnuV-Trowbridge iof St< Louis.! and'Mrs dene Teafoid of Colorado Springs, Colo, > ' The Lee home was gay with niK- ed garden Jloaers, and supper was served bufet style .from n table centered with an, arrangement nf Summer flowers,.In a crystal bowl Following supper games ond contests-entertained the guests for se\ernl hours ^ ' Business Giailcl Has Meet The Business Women's Guild of First Christian, Church;.,met'- last night at the^home of Mrs. J D Davis on Davis Avenue Mrs Eric Whltley was In charge of the program on ' Indians in the United^ States". She' was assisted in presenting her program by Mis and Mrs. Wliitley presented a play- let, '.'Indians -, Talk It Over". .Mrs. Mary. Tucker gave a talk on'.the •Church and the Indian", followed by the devotional. Following a short business session, refreshments were served . by the hostess.' assisted by her mother, Mrs. John W. Durham. . . Mrs. E. M. Terry, guild sponsor, as present together with one visitor, Mrs.Aron Haberkorn, the former Miss Elizabeth Easier. * - « * Circle Meetings Held Members of the Woman's MIs- icnary Union. First Baptist Church met yesterday'afternoon In circle groups In homes of various members of the organization. Mrs. C. M. Smart wns hostess to five members of Circle One, when the opening, prayer .was given by Mrs, S, M. Hood, and the Bible Study was taught by Use hostess. Mrs. Smart also offered the closing prayer. Circle Two met with Mrs. G. C. Hawks with eight members present and on e visitor, Mrs. W, li. Clement. Prayer was offered by -Jvlrs. Marie Holtoff before Ihe Bible Study was taught by Mrs. E. P. Blomoyer. Mrs. Charles Ray Ne\v- conib the closing prayer. Mrs: Jesse fteeman entertalnee 10 mcmbers-.of.Circle Three at her liom e when"" Mrs.:'Floyd Simpson ;ave- the" devotional . from the 91st Psalm. Prayer was offered by Mrs, R. .G. Cash, .the Bible Study was taught: by Mrs.. H;. H. Brooks and Mrs. .Tom Jackson gave the closing prayer. Nine members of ClrclelFour met with Mrs. Mntt Monaghan, when Mrs.- Raymond' Sohmubk was In charge . • of the devotional. Prayer was given by Mrs. ..G. V. Daws and :Mrs. Monnghan • taught the study, course, closing,., prayer was, given by Mrs,, Schmuck. Circle Five mot ivllli'Mrs. M. C. Outlaw with 12 members present. Opening prayer was given by Mrs Guy Martin, the'study course 'was taught by Mrs. Walter Bishop, and the closing prayer was given b; Mrs. Jotm Buchanan. '• ; Each circle" had a social hou at the conclusion of the program when hostesses served refresh merits. Mrs. B. F. Gay entrtalncd with-a' family reunion at her home nt Half Our, ad Jast Saturday ; read, /'OPA ; RELEASES 25 per cent OF OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF R>C TI0NE0 ,§H'OES" - - - This was in error—it should have read, OPA RELEAES 5% of ODIJ DUGTIONS IN PRICES. Safe Continues Through July 29 ZEtllR'S SLIPPER SHOP 202 W. Main Phone 3362 Moon Saturday night In special compllnient to her nephew; Jolin noland: Sanders and Mrs. Sanders of Walthain, Mass., who spent a brief time here last week. .The affair wns In the form of a picnic supper served on the spacious lawn of the Gay's country home, followed by an evening of Informal entertainment. ..-Fifteen members of tlic family were present. Mrs. H, H. Hicks of Los Angeles, lioaseguest of Mrs. Gay, was iin out- of-town guest. ,,.... :.;./•.• •... Lake Street Women Meet Mrs. Iverson Morris was in charge-of the program on the topic, "He Healcth Their Sick", to: members of the Woman's Society of- Christian Service, Lake Street Methodist church, when tliey met yesterday -afternoon iU the churcli for a combined program mid sicial meeting. -.-..; Mrs. /Morris and Mrs. Blllle King sang-a vocal solo, accompanied by-Mrs. Lacey E. Gordon, and Mrs. Gordon sang a solo, accompanied: by Mrs. Morris.' . .Prayer was-offered by Mrs. Inez Bulllfln. who, with Mrs.- Gordon was n visitor at the meeting. Assisting, Mrs: Morris In presenting her programnvere Mrs. Billy Greavi Mrs.-. Hnrold.Cavasher, Mrs 1 A. L. lengitn, Mrs.. George Crews am Mrs.;,Joe.Strlcltland. The 20 members .-present '.vere dismissed .with nrayer by Mrs. W. ". Green. 'ircie Four Meeting Held Mrs. ,, W... C. Leggetl and he; daughter, Mrs. Robert L. Burns en tcrtaincd .. 10 members ..of. .Circl Four oif the Women's Auxiliary 0 Flrs t t Prcsbylcrlnn Churcli Ins nlglit at their ..Koine, wlieiV one vis Hor'.also was present; '•'•','• •.The''\nvgrtnn topic-was "Chris ttan Liberty", in charge of Miss Loutse'Blmoi). Routine business was transacted before a social hour was held when the hostesses served refreshments. - ... * . * « W.S.C.S: Members Meet Women's Society of Christian Service, First Metliodlst Church, met yesterday afternoon at the church, for n combined : busincss and program meeting, with Miss Evelyn Parker In charge. of 'the program on the topic, "He Healed Their Sick." . ' t Assisting Miss Parker In present- Ing her; program was'. .Mi's. S. C. Oweiis.'i Mrs. Fred I'leemnn, wlio 'discussed, > "Medical" -' Missionary Work in Central Africa," nnd Miss Mary Hubler, . whose topic was "Medical Missionary Work in nhodesin." A .vocal :solo, ''He -Would See Jesus," was sung by Mrs. Farmer Eng'land, nccoinnnnled by Mrs. j Mell Brooks Jr. .Mrs. James Hill'.Jr.. president, wns in charge of the. business session, when minutes of the previous meeting were read by Mrs. C. L. i Wyllo and approved by the group. The treasurer's report also was read before Mrs. Owens gave a report on the children's work of Ihe local group. I 'The meeting closed with prayer by Mrs. Hill. During the social hour refreshments were served by. the hostesses of the afternoon,. Mrs. Toby-Long, Mrs. Owens, Mrs. John Smothcr- mnn, Mrs. Dave Craig, Mrs. Eu- cnc Dickinson, Mrs. Horace Wal- x)lo, Mrs.-.A..E. Huntley;• Mrs. L. Old, and Mrs. W. I. Denton. iss Garner Is Bride Df Mississippi Countian LEPANTO, '.Ark':,- Jul'y:,;ll.—An- louncemcnt has been made of the iiairlage of Miss Missouri Garner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. S; Gar- icr of Ixipanto, to H. T. Bonds Sr., Jlanler and glnner of Mississippi County. . . ,. ..-• The marriage wns solemnized July 2 lit Oseeola, with the Rev. E. K Sewell officiating. Attendants were Miss •• Pascal Clrkpatrlck of Carntliersvillc, Mo,, ind Ben F. Butler of Oseeola. i ,, The bride wore a tailored dress oI jluc mesh with white accessories ml a bouquet of pink gladioli am >aby's breath. .. . ... Mrs. Bonds attended the University of Missouri, Columbia, ;ond received her degree from. Southcns' Missouri Teachers College, Cape Gl- 'ardcau, Mo.; For the past two years she has been teaching at Stlllmnn school In Mississippi County. v'llh Mr, ai\d ;Mrs, W; M. Burns., Sunday th'cy. all went to Catron, \lo., to spend the day with Mr. and ;. David-, Barton, and-.Mr. - and Mrs. Jeff Burns returned yesterday to Forrest City. Mr. and Mrs. Edward L, Tyree'are he guests of her parents, Mr. and 3/,J.'J; Shlpp. Mr. Tyrce was 'ormorly stationed nt BAAP-ns n sergeant with the 703rd School Squadron. ... Miss Ilulh Kincy of Dexter, Mo,^ returned home:today after spending ;hr vvcok'end here-as the guest of her sister, Mrs. Joseph C. Reed and Seigeant Reed. -Mrs. Geno'iTcaford of Colorado Springs, Colo., has arrived for a visit wit)! her-parents, Mr. and Mrs.Chris Tompkins at Burdelte. Mrs. C. W. Affllck is In Champaign, I!!., for n visit with her daughter, Mrs. William Robert Harllgan and Lieutenant Hartlgan. •••Mnrjoric and'Ruth Halo, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. George Hnle of Burdette, will leave tomorrow for IKmlv, Ark., whore tliey attend Camp Kiwanl for two weeks. Miss Gull .and Lois Elch spwnt today in Memphis where they met ri group of girls who attend Gulf Park College, Guliport, Miss., for Hotel Fenbody. - Mrs. J. F. Tompkins and Mary Ann Tompkins, daughter of Mrs. Jim Tompkins. will leave tomorrow for St. Louis, where Mrs. Tompkins will visit her daughter, : Dr. Anne Guetsch. and where Mary Ann will join her mother, who lias ti j-..- .'- ..* -j i .-•-, .' Memphis Woman Dies Suddenly In St. Louis ST. I.OUIS, Jlily 11 (UP) — A coroner's jury In St. Louis says Mrs. Lillian Creek, 36 year- old Memphis, Tenn. woman, died of natural causes.-In a St. Louis hotel Saturday-night. - ...... Mrs. Creek's aunt had testified (hat her niece suffered from a heart ailment. Mrs.- Creek died suddenly' In the hotel room of a friend after leaving, a tavern Saturday nlglit. --Coming Eventi . ' WEDNESDAY Mrs. Graham Sudbury entertaining Club Eight. .. Friendly Seven Club meeting with Mrs. Don Edwards. ' THURSDAY Mrs. W. M.' McKenzle entertaining Friday Luncheon'Club. FRIDAY Initial Club meeting with Mrs. Fred Boyett. Mrs, Jerry Hcarn entertaining 400 Club. . - : . • Mrs. W. S. Langdoh entertaining C.B.C; Club. • Chu'rch Youths Meeting The couple < will be at home:'on Mr. Bonds'-Flint Bend plantation in Mississippi County. Bits of Personal Mr. and Mrs, E. A. Jordan had .as their guests lastrweek. two of their suns, Lee Jordan of-.Kalamazoo/ Mich., and: Stuff: Seryt. Finis Jor^ dnn of Camp Bowie, Texas, and their families. Sergeant. Jordan and his family returned Thursday, to Camp Bowie, while Mr. Jordan and family remained here until Saturday, i Marilyn Deen, Mary. Lynn-Bean, Ann Deen, Louise Mulllns and Eulii Lee Smith- left this afternoon,-for Hardy, Ark., where they will spend A'O weeks. Mr.,and Mrs. B. F. .Bro|jdon.,Jr., arrived home yesterday from.Mem- phis where Mr. Brogdon had .been ix patient at Methodist Hospital.for a goiter operation. His conditionals ihuch improved. Tliey were accompanied here by Mrs.: Brogdon's mother, Mrs. W. A. Brnnton of Greenville, Miss., who will be here for a week. , .....: Mrs, Jack O'Keefe Is spending a week in Catron, Mo., as Ihe guest of her'slster, Mrs. David Barton and Mr. Barton: .Roberta Bracey, June Stlres and Dorothy June Wndley will leave tomorrow for Hards'; Ark., where they will'attend Camp Kiwanl for two weeks. . ... Misses Sarah..Grace and Mary Lou Joyncr, daughters .of. Mr. nnd Mrs. F. B. Joyner, left ,thls morning for Jackson, Miss., where .they will spend two weeks with their cousins, Misses Btllie Clair and Betty Jcnn McClendon. Mr. and Mrs. JefT Burns of Forrest City t spent the weekend here roi 1 Do You Hate HOT FLASHES? H you Buffer-from'hot flashes." fed weak, nervous, a'bit blue at times; —ell due to the functional "middle- age" period peculiar to women—try Lydla E. PlnUtiam's Vegetable Compound to' relievo' eucb 'symptoms. Made cfipCOlally Jor women— It ftelps ncturff/ Followjlabel dlrecllona. •, been undergoing: treatment Barnes Hospital for the past three vecks. Mrs. Jim Tomiikins . and tfnry.-Aim wl!l return to ihiMr home 'n Burdette on Saturday. Mrs. Max B. Reid and sons, Jerry and Dick, have gone to Little Rock vhere they .will spend a-wee/, with Mr. Reid who Is there as campaign nanager for Col. T. H. Barton, candidate for D. S. Senator. Roy Rea attended to business in Little Rock over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Barnett and daughter, Billie Marie of Dextsr, Mo., spent yesterday here with iela- tives. .,..-, Mrs. M. Emde is visiting in St. Louis this week as the guest of her mother. • In Blythevilie Representatives of the Metliodlst Youth Fellowships of the' various churches of this sub-dlsliicl met lasl night, 8 O'CIOCK, at the First Methodist Church, with 65>:ln attendance, including members from Kelser, Dell, Osceola, Yarbro, Lake Street and First Methodist Churches. .Games were played -on the lawn before Ihe -business session, when reports were given by members who attended the district assembly held recently at Hcndrix College, Con- w.iy, Ark. • Steve Halpli of Oseeola, • adult leader of the sub-district, was ini charge of the program. . Mamie. Young of Yarbro was Installed as president of the sub-district. The local organization elected Us officers last Sunday, who included Iva Louise Seay as president, Mary Frances Nimn, vice president, Ann Weedman, secretary-treasurer, and Crete Moody, pianist. -. •• Refreshments were served at the conclusion of last night's meeting. for gallantry In action, and Iho Invasion of Sicily, celebrates both His birthday and his wedding anniversary on June C, and in a letter written recently to his mother, Mrs. J. W. Adams Sr., of Blythevilte, Major. Adams told her of his part in the Invasion of Prance an.that day. Major Adams' wife Is making her home in Urbann, 111., while he Is overseas, BOOST An Old Blytheville Boy James C. Hale French, city, a daughter this morning. • Dismissed— • •. • Shirley Moore; Leaclivllle. W. B,-.Turbyfill, city. ... .-,;': Memphis Baptist Hospital Admitted— ; Mrs. Annie Holt, city. David Holt, city. Memphis Methodist Hospital Admitted- Mrs. Chester Davis, Oseeola. Bobby Gene Dildlne, Steelc, Mo. Major Adams In Invasion On Birthday, Anniversary June 0 has become a "red-letter" day i|i the life of Maj. 'Francis W. Adams of Blytheville, .now serving with the Intelligence Department of the Army lirNorinnndy.' The ' 30-year-old man,. veteran of the Tunisian campaign, where he avvnrdcd the Silver>Star medal At the Hospitalt , . Wnlls Hospital Admitted— : Baby.:Boswell,.Cooter, Mo. Linda Kny Bennett, city. Monroe 'Hall, city.... . . Mrs..Johnny Rhodes. Stecle. ,M6. Born to Mi', nnd MI-S..E. A. Moore, city, twin' son and daughter, last night: Dismissed—.. .. ' : . . . Mrs. John Sparks,. Manila. Mrs. J. H. Hnrrls nnd baby, Steel" )«o. Mrs. Bob Henderson nnd bnbv city. , Charles Nance,, Tyler. Mo. Mrs. Jack Cooper and bnby, Holland, Mo: . . E: H. Hodge, Manila. Bonnie Jean Qlnrk. BurdeUe. Mrs. J. A. oeison, Armorel.. Blylheville l!os[iit;il ' Admitted— . . . . . ,^iMrs. Lucinn Gaines, city.' Gertrude-Hoover, city. • Warren Alsup, city. • 'Robert Stovall, Oseeola. Born- to-Mr./ nnd- Mrs.- B ; T eYille Junior Gltdhiber 6f Commerce Second Annual SINCE SHE WAS -NICE ENOUGH- TO SERVE DR. PEPP.EftS WE A,LITTLE FIB AND SAY SHE LOOK A DAY OVER For Prosecufing Attorney Qualified and Experienced MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP iw B. rinj Phone 2532 Us Your Beauty Problems Bj Tlie Giff Shop Modern and Antique Gifts COSMETICS BABY GIFTS '». Greeting Cards . Novelties A tSUt For Everybody , Fhone 2254 MOSS BRYAN .-J::r. Inpam Bid's. Continuous Showi Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show .Starts 2:00 '• :•••• •• IISTEN'TO KIRN 1 •••• -. I:H >JL 1Z:45 p.m. 4:5» pj Tuesday THE STARiBtMESrj;,:,; . THRILL-IVUGHTIEST-;;. i SHOW YOU'VE-EVfeR.SlEN! r -* S t'SVjj.- SHOW mm AT ADULTS'-1'.20, (tax Incl) Per Niqht CHILDREN-60c(tax Incl.) Per Night Selected Short Subjects Wednesday Thursday and.Friday faEEO'RPi .DARNELL! WOMEN'S AMY «S We're glad to see you here, and look forward to helping or serving you in any-way. 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