'ff: '-) ? AGE BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS' TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1944 Rush Psrty Is Giyen - ByPiBetaPhiMembeis Locof ingmt»'rs pt Pi ,p«tfl PJil sorority, Miss PattyifAnn Oreen, Miss .•inncv, .Hughes, VMss^jBeUy Brooks jsaacs'Vrs Johp^R jilcDonnld, and Miss Eugenia Cravvford, were lios- lesses.'at a dinner parly given last mghtffet Hotel Noble, *hen guests included a number of out-of-town girls ' A"T-shnped lable was arranged In the vt Colonial Rpofti, ,%lth a lar^c ar rovi, symbol .of."the.sorority, filled with yellow ' blossoms and banked w ith gresner), used as a centerpiece Pla£e cards v\ero handmade golden airows while the programs at each of the places were.of..wine and silver! Mite, the sorority colors. liie soft gloft of slender white candles, held In crjstal candle hold- eis> added a touch of beauts to the setting ' • Mrs 'McDonald served as toast mistress for the Infonnal piogram \\hich featured a vocnl solotft Ml?s Frances Bngancc of Marked Tico, a poem li> Miss Dorothy Divls of Fort Si&Uft'anid a tsklt presented -by local sorority members Guests~'-at the affair, included the following'sorority members Miss Brigsmcijj'Miss Davis, Miss Predn Stafford of .Marked -Tree,' and Miss Betty Brace •L'utlerloh of Jonesboro. Rushees'"we're"Miss Anil Haricock of Paraeould,'. Miss Flavla Driver, '.Mrs. Shanks Is Hostess • Mrs. George Shanks was hostess lo 14 members of (lie Woman's Society of, Christian Service ,of Lake Street Methodist Church yesterday afternoon at.her home, when the program topic .was "Christ's Response to Suffering". > Mrs. Iverson Morris gave a vocal solo, followed by prayer by Mrs. Uates Sturdy, Mrs. Joe Strickland gave a talk on "Health In A Post- War World", Mis. George SUlwcU's topic was "Brcwstei-: Hospital", Mrs. Sturdy talked' on -"Methodist Snnltoriuins", and Mrs. w. L. Green spoke of the "Scward Genera) Hospital". A business i meeting followed, presided..over liy Mrs. Green, when Mrs. C. T. Sliamlln gave a treasurers report, and members made plans to bcfiiii their new study course' next Monday. The hostess home wits attractively decorated with late Summer (lowers, Including roses, gladioli and dahlias. Refreshments were served during (lie social hour. • •' » Circle Meetings Are Held Circle meetings were held yesterday after/icon by members of the Women's Missionary Union of First Baptist Church. Seven members of circle One were present for I the meeting of lhat group at the home of Mrs. Miss Virginia Lee Best Miss Betty | R. K Vnn Hoo£e Thc dcvotlon8l semmes and Miss Marjorle Mayo,' gtvcn b Mr . c E EI| u -.11 of Osceola, Miss Tommy Ma\-l • „ A b M B nn'rtvi nnrt Hflcc .Tntin lllntftrmn ivitl* * _ . . J • ovven and Miss June Dlckerson, both of Marked/Tree, Miss-Rose Reddock of Jonesboro,'Miss-Gall Elch, Miss June Martin and Miss Constance -'Dcnlon. > • • •' i Miss Warren Is Bride Of Sergt. Charles H.ll The I marriage of Miss Cordra Warren,..daughter of'Mrs.. J-. Elbert Wnrrerf and the late: Mr.. Warren, to Sergj Charles O Hill of Tupelo, Miss, v^ai quietly solemnl/ed last night, 8:30 o'clock, at-Flrst Presby terian Church. The Rev Harvej T Kldd, pastor of the,cnurcn, performed the double ring ceremony.;in., the presence of only the immediate, friends and rclalni, of the joong people hy The tbnd e wore a tailored dress by of beigp uoo], wllh a felt hat of . . T harmonizing shade of brown charge of the Her other accessories wcie of al- ligatqr.| Miss'Madge Harris sen ed as "? c bride's'.only attendant.-.-Her- dress was ofjNavj velvet and her accessories *ere of-'blue', Pfc Ralph W Hvder -served as best iriin. Mrs .Hill has lieern employed at Blytheville Arm> Air Base: since .Is activation mjl942> , Sergeant Hillrlhe son of Mr and Mrs Ofto Hill of Tupelo, re- centls I reUJrned,' to the United States aftcr-twp years seivlce ovcr- seas : with.', the".- 12th Air .Force,. He vvili report (n tvvo weeks to a school m Nebraska v,hce he wll lake a special^ course' m B-29 enginecrniB training ' t f Sergeant and Mrs Hll left today! for Tupelo where Ihey will spend two weeks with.his parents. t- * * * Chiishan Church Women Have'Afternoon Meeting Mrs.i Rupert Craftpn. and Mrs B. P.- Brogdon' Jr.,; entertained members of the Women s Council of the First Christian church yesterday,-afternoon at. the Graf tori home. •The.meeting.was opened with the reading of. the 28th Psalm by Mrs. Craflon. followed by prayer by Mrs 1 C Fills Sr Mrs.;.C. G. Redman, executive r ecrctafs of the Mississippi Coun- tj Tuberculosis Association, gave a talk on the worfc being carried out in thel county bj that orgamza tion. ' A brief. World,Call program was led by; Mrs. George W, Barham, assisled by Mrs. % F v Brogdon Jr. and ,Mrs."w. : D.'cobb. .-,..•' The meeting was] closed'wllh the missionary benediction, and refreshments were served- during the social hour which followed. You!re . .Not '^ Too Old |To Feel Young This'is a message'-for men who ha\e kflown lite but no longer find it thrilling because of the lack of certain, vitamins and hormones Tromone, a'fecentVmedical discovery combining ..vitamins and hormones ,may multiply the vim ant 1 zest and cnjoyment..you once knew Your whole .approach, your whole attitude toward life, may improve when joy begin -.to Use Tromone Now, it;may be possible for middle aged men to again .enjoy the same spirit, vitality, and pleasures tha made their >outh a thing to re member Adde<j j ears may not sub tract fr,om your pleasures when >o use Tromone, th&nets medical for mula combining vitamins and hoi mones I Folio* directions on labe Tromorie for sale by Robinson Dru Co ,^nd v ,dnigglsJ3 ,$VErywhcre .Voodson and Mrs. Ebb Carson. Circle Two met with Mrs. G. C. Hawks will) ..-.even members present. The.lcsr.in.wiis taught by Mrs. Charles Ray Newconib. and prayers were given by Mrs. Sherwood Hol- hoff and Mrs. E. P. Blomeyer. Eleven member* attended Ire mcettfrg of Circle Three when Mrs. H. ii. Brooks-was hostess. The devotional -was given by Mrs. H. E. ;rrdmi|i Br,,,and prayers were offered by Mrs.. E. C. Brown nnd Mrs. Tom. W. Jackson. The close pf-.thc program. . Ten mqrnbcrs of circle Two met with Mrs., Russell Capipbell, when one visitor also was present. Tlic study course was led by, Mrs. Ross Slovens, .assisted by Mrs. W, A. Dobyns, and Mrs. Cnmpbell served refreshments during t)ie social hour. Mrs. ii. II. Houchlns and her mother, Mrs. P. D, Underwood, cn- lerlalned', 10 .members of Circle Three and two visitors, when Mrs. flay Worthlnglon presented lite study course. A social hour followed, when the hostesses served.' Circle Pour met last night at (he church forn spaghetti supper. Fourteen members attended the affair, when Miss Louise Simon wus In charge of both the devotional and Hie program. Plans were discussed at each of (he meetings for the Fellowship Supper U> bq held, nc.vt Monday night nt the, church, and a discussion of the Group Conference to he held in Osccolu on Sept. 21, also was laken up. . ,. . ; • • • Mctliodisls Have Meeting "Health A Pose-War World" was the topic for the program given at the combined program and business meeting, of Ihc Woman's So- clply, .of .Christian .Service of First Ivfcthodls't Church held ycslerdiiy.af- Icrnboit at the church. Afrs..Pi'cd Plecman, program lender, gave Ilia devotional. She was assisted In presenting her program by Mrs.^Hngh :WhlUIU, who spoke on "Medical Institutions in Alaska.'. 1 , by Mrs, Toby Long whose topic was "Institutions In El Paso nnd : Al- buquerrtue", nnd by Mrs, C. C. Redman, executive secretary of the Mississippi 'County Tuberculosis Association, who told of the work being carried on by that group in the county. . . Following the program, Mrs, James Hill Jr., presided over t)ie biulne&s meeting, with Mrs. Charles Crlgger Jr., serving as temporary secretory. A treasurer's report wnrj given by Mrs. G. G. Hubbard, and (he meeting closed with prayer by Bits .of News, Mostly. Personal was taught by Mrs. Brooks and Hie Mrs. B. A. Lynch, closjiig prayer offered by Mrs.. R. E. Blaylock. Mrs. J. J. Cookston entertained nine.members of Circle Four, vylien the meeting opened wllh prayer Mrs. C. E. Johnson, followed the devotional by Mrs. ,J! W. Aiiten. Mrs. Robert Grimes was .hi ,,' course, and the closing prayer was given by Mrs. G. V. Daws. ". .. Circle Five, met frith Mrs. IV. J, Rpilgers willi 11 members present. The devotional, given by Mrs. William Berrymnn. was followed by prayer ijy Mrs.' E. p. Hardiii. The lesson was taught by Mrs,-Walter fqretl'by jilrs-. Carrie, Grlm'mctt. A'isocial hour followed each nf (he programs, with hbslcfses serving "refreshments. • . •, ' • • . • Have ^Circle Meetings .Members of the Women's Auxiliary of First .Presbyterian Church let yesterday, with three .circles iceting during the afternoon in omcs of various members, and Die ourth last night at the church. ; Mrs, L. S. Hnrtzog and Mrs. H. A. cult entertained nine members of iircle One at the Hartzog home •hen three visitors also attended. Tie study course at all the meet- ngs was on the topic of "The Gosel On Its Way To Others," and was :d at this meeting by Mrs. C. M iray, assisted by Mrs, Joe Beaslcy. :efreshnicnts were served during At The Hospitals Walb Hospital Admitted — 'Mrs. J. H. Johnson, city. Dismissed— Mrs. T. C. Halcher, city. Betty Woodson, city. • D. c. .Enbanks, city. Rufus Lylc, Lilbou.rn, Mo. Mrs. Clay Lamb, Slcele, Me. , lUylhevillc Hospital Dismissed^-. . -,.- .. ; \ , Ruby : R. Brogdcn, city. . Memiihis Alcthoillst Hospital Admitted— . ., . : . ,., .; Mrs. r 'ij. B. Jcrnigan, HnyllcMo Memphis Biiplkt Hospital Admittcti— Mrs. A. E. Dooley, city. Mrs. Ira Walters, city. Mrs. Robert Quillc, Caruthersville, Mo. , Hnrvey Mills,.Osceoja. r , Mr. nnd Mrs. A, c, Haley had as their guest Sunday, llieir niece, Miss Ernestine Pelcrs of McCrory, Ark., who is leaching this year at Kclser, Ark. Miss Gull Elch and Miss Lois Elch, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Loy Elch left loday for Gulf port, Miss., where they will.attend .Gulf Park College this Winter. Miss Gall Elch was u student there last year, while this is her sister's first year. Mrs. J. D. Barksdnlc loft, this morning for Natchez, Miss,, where she will spend a month attending to Ijus'iness, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. liader of Lil- Ijouri), Mo,, (ittcnilcd: to business here yesterday. Lieut, und. Mrs. William Robert IlarUgnn left this morning for Ue- eatur, Ala., where they will make their.home, wlillc Lieutenant Har- ttgan is stationed at l|ic airfield at Courlland, Aln. They stopped .over Ijerc for a brief,visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.'.C.]W. Alflick, as they were enroulc from Urbanii, 111., vyhcre they have been living. • Mr. and Mrs. Lafayette May had as their weekend guests.their daughter, Miss LaFctru May, 'a student .ecbniclan at Mcniplijs Methodist Hospital and who is a student at University of Tennessee .Medical School,.and. Joe Hlncs, WoHers Jr. it'fttlaiied at Great .Lakes Nnva! rralnlne Slation, Chicago, III.. George Golden of Caraway, Avk.. nas returned home after spending ast .week here with his daughter Mrs. LnFnyette. May and Mr. May .Miss .cllffie Wcob has 'gone to Memphis to be with, her father, Jim Webb who |s critically .ill nt the Baptist Hospital there following i major operation performed Saturday morning. Another daughter Mrs. Lucy McAdnnis, also Is will: lilin. ,i\irs. Joe Applcbanm and liifnnl daughter, I'ehrl ..Ann, of ' Wilson were removed yesterday from Meni- plils pnptlst Hospital to the homi of Mra. Applebaum's parents, Mr n;w Mrs. Chnrlte Graves. Betty Woodson, daughter of Mr nnd MIS. E. B. Wocdsqn v^'as dismissed today from Walls Hospital where she underwent an appendec- tom-- last week. -Mrs. Ira Walters underwent .an operation yesterday nt Memptm; Baptist Hospital, .where her condition was Improved loday. Her mother, Mrs. John Foster, Is wllh her. .:'... Warren Clark Is;spending a few days here with his'-mother, Mrs. Case Clurk, before going to Pay. ctleville, Ark., where..he .will .again attend University 'of -'Arkansas. He Major f Tipton Helped Make Invasion Plans AT A 12TH AAP B-25 HEADQUARTERS, Sept. 12—Plying in cue of the first Invasion-oily missions, . Major Richard P. iDick) Tipton of 1038 Walnut Street, B[y- Uicville, Ark., has been reported by Twelfth Afr force to have-be,en one of the assisting operations officers who planned the sofSenlng-up arid first attacks on the invasion Leaches of Southern France by Mediterranean-based B-25 Mitchell bombers. Fourteen days before D-day the aerial invasion began and for 11 days the Mitchells heavily attacked first communications, then gun'po- sitions and finally the Invasion jbeaches. 1 Prior to becoming an operations officer, Major Tiplon has down nmierous combat missions against Axis objectives' His uarciUj, DI-. nnd Mrs. p. U Tlnton, reside at the Walnut Street address. Father Of Local Woman Dies At Jonesboro Home H. S. Bass, fatlier of Mrs. II. N. Svvearengcn, dlej at 8:30 o'clock last night at his home In Jonesboro. Mr., ilijss, who vva.s 75, hud been in falling lieallli a year. Formerly in Uu> banking business, Mr. Buss had spent most of his life in Crnighead County. . He also leaves a son, Pi't^ 'Carl Buss, stationed at C.'imii Robinson, Ark. Funeral services were Incomplete today. NEW YORK. — Glorifying the snuggles that-a girl needs to : wear when fierce breezes blow are ; fancy pants cnscniblcd with sports togs, designed for stadlinn-golnj, pcddlc- |)ushlng or plain shopping afoot with a market basket. Launched: hy Claire McCivrdell, Fashion Academy Award winner for outstanding design^ who has predicted for postwar clatlies styles which will be ensembled from the skin out, you sec Illustrated above two fashions which are . already fulfilling her prophecy. . . At the left tnug-fltling pants match a shirt of red jersey, polk'a dolled with .black. .The dress worn he social hour which followed Ihe _complcle today. Lake City Resident' Dies Here Last Night : Mrs. Ellis Gamble nf Lake City, mother of Mrs C. L. TJiraxlon of Blytheville. died at.'12' o'clock last night at Walls ' Hospital, three hours alter she was admitted. She was' 65. Mrs. Gainbic also leaves. a son, Johnny Gamble, who .made his home, in Blytheville until, entering the armed forces Sept. S. Funeral arrangements .were in- WE COULD USE: THE PRACT/ce IF VJOULO CAR6 COOPERATE 3Y Hirr/AIG DON EDWARDS "The Typewriter Man" ROYAL, SMITH, CORONA, AND REMINGTON PORTABLE I TYPEWRITERS US N. 2nd STREET PHONE 33821 (Kvery Transaction Must Be Satisfactory) NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS .' Termites may b« ruining your property. C«U m« fo. check-up wilhout cost or obligation. ''•'.." BAT8, SHOE AND ROACH CONTEOti GUAUAI^EED WORK „ Kent«ckj C. BLANKENSHIP Phut W4 Gay as flic s.wijr] o[ Auljimli^L i : ' \ Jlhck Lizard was employed In Little Rock during the Summer months. Sergt. Ralph Pntton arrived last night from Denver, Colo., to spend his. furlough with his mother, Mrs. II. 'c. Pat ton and his brother, E. C. Pattern and Mrs. Patton. Dr. atid.Mrs. Paul Tipton returned yesterday from their Summer camp near Alton, Mo., where they have spent the past several months. with them in an all black jersey. Snuggles shown at the right ;are up-to-here green jersey ' tlghls, which match the shirt that's worn with n beige and green striped wrap-around skirt. Note that ballet- type fabric shoes are cnsernbled with each .outfit. Coming Events , WEDNESDAY A. D. C. Club meeting with Mrs. Ben Harpole. . Executive Board of .Sudbury par- eut Teacher Association meeting at school, 2:30 p. m. followed by general meeting at 3 p. m. THURSDAY Mrs. James Hill Jr., entertaining Friday Luncheon. Club. iPidelis Class of First Baptist Church having. Pot-Luck Supper at liome of Mrs. Harry Fritzius, 7:30 FRIDAY G, N. B. Club-meeting with Mrs Robert Wcedinan. Mrs. Johnny Hickman entertaining initial Club. C.B.C. Club meeting with sirs n. 1 A. copcland. • • • ••• • i/" I Amazing near war vehicle, travels in water ...glides like aghast over swamp or sand Auxiliary' Membership Drive Underway Here \ With a membership quota 'for I he stale of 0,000, American Legion Auxiliary official! in Blytlieville are making special efforts this week to obtain the enlarged quota for this city before the National Convention meets Sunday in Chicago. Any member.of (lie organization who lias not yet paid her dues has been asked lo do so this week, in order that the local group may huve ftill credit nt the convention, Mrs,. Joe Scruggs, president, said today. Mrs. Ed B. Cook, slate membership chairman, will attend the convention, as will Mrs. Nelll Reed, itate president, who formerly lived in Blytlieville before moving last yea:' Uo 'Heber#Springs.r •.-', . < Do You Hate HOT FLASHES? 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