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BLYTHEViLLE (ARK.); COtiRffiB NBW8 Final Parties Planned Honoring Carolyn Haley Miss Carolyn Haley, who has been complimented at a seizes 1 of parties since the announcement of her en- gage*ment to J. Wilson Henry, will be guest of honor 1 at three' more Affairs prloi to her"wedding on Wed- nesda/'iffernoon, July 26 Thursday night, Mrs W, W. Shaver, Miss Lillian Shaver, and Miss Margaret Shaver will entertain with a bridge party at" their home on ' Highway 61 South ' .On Tuesday Miss Haley's aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Peters of Rlpley, Tenn., will entertaln^wlth a luncheon at Hotel Noble, and Tuesday night, Mr. and Mr?. George M. Lee; will, entertain members of the bridal party.at a rehearsal dinner at Hotel Noble; , Several out'of-town guests will ar- llve during the weekend to attend the wedding, 1 .'which'will, be 1 held at 2 o'clock in.the"afterhoon'at First Methodist Church. * • • Have Meeting At Church Members of)the Woman's Society -of ' Cliris'liari •'Service',' Lake Street Methodist Church, met sesterday afternoon at the church for mission study. Mrs O J. Rogers (aught the lesson from the book, "For All of Life", and the de\ollonal was given by Mrs. Billy King, followed by prayer by, Mrs.'Inez Bulllfih. Mra W L Green, president, was in charge of the brief Business, session, and the 13 members and one visitor present were dismissed with prayer by Mrs A fi. Harper Presbyterian Women Meet Twenfy-ftreB members of the Women's Auxiliary 'of First Presby- terlnn Chu^h met. jesterday aftei- noon at the church 'when a combination of meetings was held. At 2 30 o'clock, the executive board met, when Mrs C M Gray, secretary,.presided'in the absence of the president and vice president Mrs Jesse" M. White'was appointed as secretary, cf Assembly's Home Missions and plans "for the home mission study course were made. At 3 o'clock the- various circles held business meeting, and at 3 30 o'clock, the'* Auxiliary met A report on the Intermediate young people's": conference held • recently at Ferncllffe Lake nas given by Helen Frances Buchanan, before th e program was ghen under the direct ion "of Mrs -Vernon Thomasson. , Prognm topic KOS 'All One Body We', and the devotional was given by Mrs'*'Jesse M White Mrs Thomnsson TVOS assisted in presenting her program bu'Mr Q w ' Dilhhunty, Mrs O p Barbei, Mrs Joe E'' Beasley and Miss Emma Kate Richards. A social, hour, was held at the conclusion of the meeting, when Mis' Joe,P, Pride Sr , was in charge of .arrangements. • * *. -* * • Baptists.Meet. At Chinch A Royal ' Service Program was given yesterday afternoon for members of the, Women's Missionary Union of First Baptist Church when they me^ at the-church. The meeting opened with the repetition of the watchwords for the >ear, led by Mrs Ebb Carson, president of the group, followed by in aver by Mrs' R G cash Mrs O M Morgan was, in charge of the program on 'The Aisles Shall Wait for His Law " The devotional, "The Song of the Islands 1 ;, was given by Mrs Charles Rfty Newcomb, followed by prajer by Mrs >Tom Jackson * Irs ,, T ed King made a talk on Christianity in the Pacific Islands" and Mrs H H Brooks spoke on the topic, "His MJghly Act in Ha"ali » Prayers were offered by Mrs Wai ter Bishop, Mrs w. J Rodeeri nnrf Mrs John Buchanan Swimming Party Is Given Bobby Turner, son. of Mr. nnd Mis, Doyle Turner, entertained a group' of Ills friends with a swimming, party Friday night at the Big Lako Reservation. Following a swim, the guests had n tt-eiiier roast and n hnyrldo back home; ' * h » » Circle Meetings Are Held Circle meetings were held yesterday by members, of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of First Methodist Church, with some of the group meeting In the morn- Ing fli'd others In (he afternoon.' Mrs. Colcmau Stevens Jr., and MrsVWyaU Heulcy entertained 10 members of circle One nt the Stevens home yesterday afternoon, \\hen four' 1 ' visitors also were present. Miss Marjorle Warren gave a tnlk on "Deborah," continuing the series of discussions on "Women of the Bible," which the group hns been having for the past Severn! months. Mrs. C LT" Wylle ghve the study course from' the book "Quiet Hours On Prayer." Six members of Circle Two mel with Mrs. W. C. Hlgginson yesterday: morning, when ' Mrs. J. • W. Adnms Jr., taught the Bible study course. Mrs. J. M. Smotlieminn was hostess, to 11 members of Circle Three yesterday morning aC her home, when the group president, Mrs.-James Hill Jr., was a'visitor Mrs. O. B. Woods Jr., gave the de- vbtlonnl; 'and; Mrs. Hugh' vyiiltsltt gnve a brief tnlk on "How In Pray.", The group \vi\s dfsmlssec with prayer by Mrs. Hill. lifts'. Hill again was a visitor yes- lerdny afternoon when Mrs. A. M Butt entertained circle Four at her home , when Mrs. George Pyles taught the study course. Circle 'Five met with .Mrs/ Ralph Berry'mnn with 12 members present The study course was conducted by Mrs. Willlnm Wyntt 'and tin- group wns dismissed' with 'prayer by Mrs. S. B. .WiHord. ' Five members of Circle Six met yesterday afternoon with Mrs, George Hamilton, when'Mrs. Earl Buckley ; gave'V tnlk 'on "Mission Work In-South America." ' A messiiEe from'the: president, Mrs. Hill, wns rend nt cnch, meeting, and: refreshments were served tiy ench of the hostesses at the conclusion of the program. How Nazis Misuse Red Cross 'The Cermnn iruck pictured above, wilh Ihc lied Cross insignia on its'tarpaulin covering, was not equipped lo handle wounded but' contained a mobile machine shop for repair of machinery ami i • small arms. H svas captured by Y;mks in yard of German liospilal; •-•-'"••-' •'••.•• - -- in Cherbourg. . .' ' ' At the Hoipitals Walls Hospital Admitted—• •' '"• ! ' Mrs. V^. A. Ward, city. Maggie Bnbbii, city, i • . • • Dhmlssed— / V -''* Mrs. Waiic Lee, city. ' :' Junnlln Storey, city.-' Ceralrtlne Gnlnes, city. Willie Wnlkc'r/ city. lilytheville Hosplial Admitted—-',' - : : " •-.-•. Mrs. Clyde Rossen, Osceoln. Mrs. Clarence .vyadley', city. Memphis -Methodist Hospital Admitted— '»••: Mrs: Rcbeccn Hiiffmnti, Oscoln Em\ly Huffman; city. '•" Mrs. J. ."\y. Bunch, Osceola. Jlerhphls Bapllsl Hosnila! Admitted— ••'••;•• ' . Elaine Oennlng, city. Mrs. June Thompson, Leachvill" Memphis St. Joseph's Hospital-" Admlttcei— - '. •:• ' • Mrs. Myrtle Jones, 'Cnnilliers- ville/Mo. Th e world's only producing emerald mine Is located in Columbia Bake Better Pastries With Shibley's Best Flour... Thi? fine flour ACTUALLY REQUIRES LESS SHORTENING! Johnny Long Now With Band At Virginia Beach Johnny Long of Memphis, who mill recently had his own'band In Memphis, has become a drummer n Bill McCune's orchestra, which he ins joined at Virginia Beach Vo where they how arc filling nn engagement. Mr. Long, who is the son of Airs ~ong of Blytheville, was accornpan- ed to Virginia Beach by his wife and their infant son, Johnny. Bits of News '•" Mostly; Personal Dr.-and Mrs. D. L. Boycl nnd their grandson,. .'Jimmy Dlckson Boyd, Have returned from a 10-day visit In Flint Kild Sanlt Salute Marie, Mich. In Flint they we're guests ol their daughter, Mrs. Robert Faiilng- lon and Mr. Farrlnetori. Mrs. R. L. Mitchell returned Sunday from Me'mpliis Baptist Hospital where she underwent an operation two'weeks ngo. She now Is convalescing at the home of Mrs. John Wnlker on East Main. Mis. James Elsjnnfler of Driver Is in Centralla, Mo., as the guest of her sister, Mrs. Uonnld'Cole arid family. •:• • . Mrs. W. G. Scranton of Evanston, III., arrived today for h visit with her father, Jesse Webb and family. Mrs, Scranton Is the former Miss Loiiise Webb. •Elnlnc" penning, daughter of Pvt. and 'Mrs. Wilbur Denning, underwent a tonsllcctomy today nt Mcni- plns Baptist^ Hospital. Her mother is wllh'lier. Mr.'and Mrs. Edwnrd Seagrnves of Htghtower are spending several days'lii: Hot Springs. 'Mr. and'Mri. H. L; Hijlllngsvvorth, who have made their home here tor tlv: past two years 'while'* Mr. Hol- llngsworlh was'connected with Hcr- rlck Jewelry Company, have returned to Hanover, 111., to" irakj their home. Ed aim Wade Quinn, sons of Mr. and Mrs.'Wade Quinn of Osceola, underwent tonslllebtoniies at Walls Hospital Sunday -morning. They now ore convalescing at the home of their grandmother, Mrs. E. A. Fisher on Davis Avenue.- Mrs. R. B.'Basey and children^ Jimmle Lee and Jill Ann of Little Reck, spent the weekend here with Mrs. Basey's mother and sister, Mrs. M. J. Drake and Mrs. Homer Fisher. The children will remain here for a visit with their grandmother, while Mrs. Basey left last night for St. Louis to' join her husband who is employed by (he government as Held director of ammunition plants.'Mrs.' Basey is the former Miss Ruby Drake of Blythe- vllle. .. , Mr. and Mrs. Russell Farr spent yesterday in Memphis where they met Miss Sue Plercy of Axhdown, Ark., fiancee of their son, Officer Candidate Russell Haynes Farr. Mr. and Mrs. Farr, their son, Harry Carter Farr. Miss Piercy. and Mrs. T. H. Haynes, mother of Mrs. Fnrr.-will leave tomorrow morning for Louisville, Ky., where Satur- day morning (hey will attend the graduation 'of Mr. Fan-' from Officer Candidate School at Fort Knox, Ky., and where he and Miss Plercy will be married Saturday afternoon: • . • . Mr. nnd Mrs .Iftirvy H. Haley and daughter, Miss Mary Anne; -of Stuttgart,' Ark.-, spent today Mri Blythevllle as guests of relatives. Mr. Haley, 'who formerly was'su- perintendent of the public'schools in Blytheville, now holds thatf 'position in Stuttgart. The-Haley family is enroutc to points iri Georgia for a visit with Mrs. HaleyVrela- tives. Mr. Haley will return here next Tuesday (6 attend, on- Wednesday afternoon, the marriage 7 of his niece, 1 Miss • Carolyn Haley, to J. Wilson Henry. Miss Wlllngenc Daws has as her guest this week, Miss Sylvia Thompson of Halls, Tcmi. ' Misses "Maudle and Amelia Mo- ilinger, daughters of Mr. and Mrs Cornelius Modinger.-left this morn- Ing for New Orleans, where they will spend two weeks visiting re'lai lives. The Modinger family formerly lived in New prleansi Mrs. E. R. jpncs and daughter, Airs. Peggy Wagner, and her infant daughter, Jackie, are spending "two weeks in Flint, Mich., with Mrs Jones' sister. . Mrs. E. R. Alley nnd daughter Mrs. Charles Graham, will leave tomorrow for Cincinnati, Ohio, to visit Mrs. Alley's^parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Alexander,.- for two weeks. -.-.••;• - Mrs. Cornelius Modinger Jr., of Morganfield, Ky., -who often has visited here wit]) staff Sergeant Mo- dinger's family, underwent an 'op- pendectory Caltirday rncstilng at Deaconess Hospital, Evansvllle,- Ind Her condition Is satisfactory: Staff Sergt. and Mrs. H.'C. Long and infant daughter, Peggy June, of Harding Field. Baton Rouge, La., are spending a 10-day furlough here to CHECK NervQusistless K functional 'periodic disturbances mate you feel nervous, tired, restless, "draEECU oui"—at such times — try /a- rjious Lydla E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound to relieve such symptoms. It Jidpj nature! PInlcham's Compound !a also a grind etomschlc tontc. Pollow label directions, lfwr(ft trying/ i LYD1A E. PINKHAM'S Announcing First Showing Of New Fall Footwear Tan, Brown, Army Russctt— in Reptiles and Calf Leathers. Spectators, Pumps and Ties A fc\v pairs left of RATION-FREE SUMMER SHOES displayed on rack as ^Ine guests of his mother, Mrs John Long and family. Toby Long Is recuperating at his home on Davis Avenue, 1 following an operation for goiter which h? underwent last week nt 'Memphis Methodist Hospital. Mm. Howard Moore and daughter, Mary Ann, returned this morning Vo their home at Fort Pcarce Jin., following a visit /?f several weeks 'with Dr. and Mrs. L. H Moore nnd family. Mrs. T. J. -Mahan and granddaughter, Betsy Bell, left Sunday afternoon for Princeton, Ky., for a visit of 10 days with Mr.s. Mahim's son; John Mahan and Mrs. Mahan, ami other relatives. > 'John Bruce WJ.lson, who has been employed in Jollet, III,, and Foil Alklivvin, Wis., for the past seven weeks, has returned home. He Ii the, son of Mrs. B. B. Wilson. Mrs. R.'D. Hughes and Mrs. James Bell returned, last night from Memphis where they went to' accompany ' Miss Nancy Hughes, who has enrolled 'tor the 'Summer session at Southwestern. Miss Hughes attended Ooucher College, Baltimore, Md., during the past Winter. i Bui Ion Hampton has returned home,' from 'Jollel, '111., and Voit Atkinson, Wis., where he hns been employed. TUESDAY, JULY 18, iD<l<l Lake News A birthday dinner vwns given Sunday at the home of Mi's. Gertrude 'Rambb of, the Cleat- Lake Community In honor of her nephew Pfc, William 'Doyle Clay", who la home on furlough from Son Francisco, Calif. •' . : 'Twenty guests attended the affair, including Mrs. M. A. Wicker Private Clay's mother, and Mis' A C. Clay.'hls sister, both of Bly- ihcville, .);U niece,. Mrs. M.'' 'L. Richardson : and baby : of Pascola, .Mo., two other nieces, Mrs. Marlln Brackln ami family and Mrs. James Rom()o and family of Blythevllle arid several friends and relatives of the Clear Lake Community. j.'The birthday cake -was : iced In the patriotic; 1 color scheme • of red vfhlte nnd 'blue. Ice cream 'and Iced drinks also .were ''served:' Attend Rites for Infant Mr. nnd Mrs. Paul'Trammell or Ekron Community have returned home after attending funeral services In Montgomery, Ala., for their four-months-old grandson, Donna Ray Trammell, son of Sergl and Mrs. Ray Trammell, who died there last Tu&sday after , a short Illness. The baby was'the only child of the couple. While Sergeant Trammell is serving overseas, Mrs Trammell has. been making her home with her parents, Mr.- 'and Mrs. F. J. Seymere, in' Montgomery. , A "<3ood Neighbor" Policy— : VOTE FOR Julian James of Joneslioro For Congress He his always supported Mississippi t'ouiity in his six years service in the Arkansas legislature. BOOST An Old Blytheville Boy James C. Hale For Prosecuting Attorney Qualified and Experienced Group Returns From /V\eetipg At Little Rock Seven representatives of ' the BAAF have Just returned from Camp Robinson, Ark., whore they attended n three-day conference in which delegations from almost every other post- In the Eastern Flying Training Command nnd the Gulf Const Training Command participated. During the conference, those attending discussed ideas and plans for better Gl shows,"recreation and entertainment. Later/they attend cd 'an all-soldier show. Those at the conference from the BAAF were Copt. Oscar L, Benson Lts. Richard N. Smith and Virginia Swum, Staff Sergt. Walter Terry and Corp. James H(cks, all of the Special Service Office; Tech Scrgt Al Poskonka of the 'd$lst Army Air forces Band, and Corp, Richard McDonald. David Ward Of Dyess Listed As Vfar Casuq/ty DYESS, July 18.-M/.' and Mrs. Thomas Ward received a telegram from the War Department Saturday July 8,.'slating that their son David* Ward, had been killed in action In the invasion. His wife, Mrs. Bernice Ward lives near Lepanto. ' He lias 7 two sistei-3, Mrs. Nellie Ballentlne of Little Rock nnd/M-s Carl Lloyd of Dyess ami'"two brothers,"Chester Ward cf Oyess'-ind Pvt. Morris Ward of tne U S Arivy Coming Events WEDNESDAY Club Eight meetljis; with Mrj. Paul Jobe. Miss Edylhe George onlerlainlns Frlwidly Seven Club. THURSDAY Friday Luncheon Club meeting with Mrs. Marvin Ninin. THURSDAY C. A N. Birthday Club having picnic at Walker Park, 8 p.m. FRIDAY Mrs Paul Klinbro entertaining C.B.C. dull. 400 - Club meeting with Mrs. Frank Brown, : Initial Club meeting with Mrs W. S. F.astburn. ' Rank Of Cadet Officers Indicated By Arm Bands Aviation cndets ol the Blythe- vllle Army Air Field who weni-arm bands are the officers of the various groups of fledgling fliers now receiving training at tills station. Tlis color of the band and the numbei of stripes determine the "rank" of these nich.: Their appointments f.re purely unofficial, however, and their pay and privileges are the same as all other student airmen. v A cadet who wears a blue-black arm baud bearing three yellow stripes upon It is a group commander. The same band with two yellow stripes on it is that of a group adjutant and one with a single yellow KEEP '" Pl«*. Tame that unruly VrtliD lo<li ' i A< ^ <l '"sire. Keep .TUUK hair well groomed with U A 1 n Moroline Hair Tonic. Largo nMIK Lottie 25t. Sold everywhere. 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J, lit (Mae) Williams, owner Olepcoe Bld|. stripe .is that of a group supply/officer. : -.;,': A band tearing three white stripes ; is worn by the section commanders, while one with only two stripes means the wearer Is im echelon lieutenant. • ' ' Cadet sergeants wear brawn arm bands with three stripes stitched on. A cadet corpora) wears the'same band with two stripes on It. The cadet officers do not rale' n salute. Noble Gill Delegate To Chicago Convention' Woble' 'Gill, local Insurance man, left yesterday tor Little nock -'to Join other state delegates to the National Denweradc Contention which .convenes tomorrow in Chicago. The Gift Shop Modern and Antique Gllti COSMETICS BABY GIFTS Greeting Cards Novelties A GUI for Everybody Bldf. . piione Z^54 MOSS BRYAN MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP 1M B. JPtnl Phone 2532 Bring U$ Your Beauty Problemt Krenhifi By Appointment citz Continuous Showi. Day Boi Office Opiins 1:45 Sho^ Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN I:N ML'" : 12:45 pjn. 4:!» j Tuesday AIIN RUTHERFORD'. I -CHARUS BUTTEIltfORTHI Scledcd Siliort Subjects Wednesday Thursday and Friday V 1-- Paramount News and Selected Hhnrls Ktttlnees 's»{. * son. Onlj Optns each riight 6:45; starts 7 Openj Snuday 1:00; Sturti 1:15 C»nltaii<ius Shorn Sat. *n4 Son. «atf«ta Night Everj Niiht Exceyt 8»inrd»y. ' ' on I Tuesday & Weflnesday ERIC PORTMAN 'HYLUS CAWERT ""rtJ!'"''^ .GRJFFITH JONES OirKleJ t>Y Anthony Aiqvftfi, Selected Short Subjects.

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