The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 13, 1944 · Page 5
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.WEDNESDAY,-SEPTEMBER 13, 1944 BLYTIIEV1LLE (AUK.| COURIER NEWS ,iicers Are Installed Junior-Senior P.T.A. Installation of newly elected of- licors to serve during the coining year was held yesterday at the meeting of Junior-Senior Parent- Teacher Association lit the school, with Mrs. Marlon Williams presiding. Ofllcers Installed Included Mrs. W. L. Horncr, reclectcd president, Mrs. P. B. Joyncr, first vice president, Mrs. O. E. Quellmali:, second vice president, Mrs. Chester Caldwcll, secretary, and Mrs. Russell Barham, treasurer. An explanation ol the manner In which the hot lunch project will function at the school this Winter was made by Supl. W. D. Nicholson, who sale! that work now wns in progress', on preparing Ihc room which Is to be used for serving lunches. Mrs. Horner then announced the following committee members for the year: program, Mrs. Sniuuel P. Morris, Mrs. R. P. Klrshuer, Mrs! E. B. Woodson; membership, Mrs F. B. Joyner and Mrs. C. E. digger Jr.; music, Mrs. Wilson Henry and Mrs. Cecil Lowe; finance, Mrs. Marion Williams and Mrs, E. B. Gee; hospitality, Mrs. Jamie Pox, Mrs'. Max B. Reid and Mrs. E. R. Lancashire; senior project, Mrs. J. W. Shouse, Airs. Russell Parr and Mrs] Garth Castlio; publicity, Mrs. Chester Caldirel); publications, Mrs. H. H. Brooks; welfare, Mrs. Rosco Crafton; junior project, Mrs. H. G. Partlow, Mrs. Rupert Cralton and Mrs. Cody Eaton; historian, Mrs. E. P. Biomeyer; safety. Mrs. C. W. Gnrrigan; study course, Mrs. Kendall Berry; U. S. O. contact, Mrs. Russell Phillips; budget, Mrs. Rus- MA>J3arham and Mrs. Farnsworth Tentative plans also were made for .the organization lo have only four general meetings during the school year, with the next meeting scheduled to be held in November. • * * Progressive Party Given By Presbyterian Women Three members ol the college age group of the First Presbyterian Church were guests of honor at a progressive party given by the Women's Auxiliary of the church under sponsorship of Mrs. R. C. Allen Jr., secretary of relgiious education. Tiie affair opened with a barbecue supper served bv Mrs. J. E. Beasle v and Mrs. L. "G. : Nash, on the lawn of the Bensley home on Chickasawba Avenue. Later the guests went to the home of Mrs. L. S. Hartzog on Kentucky Avenue for a dessert course, and an evening 'of informal entertainment. Each of the three guests ol honor, who will leave soon for out- of-town colleges, invited n guest. Guests 'of < honor 'included Miss Nancy McGi'll, Miss Gail Eich and § Lqi.s Eich, while their guests , Miss Maudie Modingcr, Miss lia Saliba and Miss Mary Wclshons. The Rev. and Mrs. Harvey T. Kid(j also were guests. Several other members of the group who also will attend colleges in various parts of the country, were unable to attend the party. • • * Club Eight Entertained Mrs. Rupert Crafton and Mrs. Ralph Nichols played cards with members of Club Eight last night when Mrs. L. S. Benisn entertained that group nt her home. Mrs. R. B. Stout, a member of the club, who has been out of town for the past several weeks, wns a tea guest. Iced drinks were served during the games, and late in the evening the hostess served a dessert course with coffee. High score prize was won by Mrs. H. G. Parllow and second high by Mrs. Charles Langston. Miss Robinson Is Hostess f£§os in low bowls were attract- iv«y arranged in the living room of tMT Robinson home last night when Miss Mary Adah Robinson entertained members of La Neuve Club and one guest, Miss Betty Brooks Isaacs, for an evening of bridge. High score prize went to Miss Isaacs and second high to Mrs. John R. McDonald. The hostess served a sandwich plate with iced drinfcs. Birthday Party Is Given Patricia Hardy celebrated her first birthday yesterday afternoon when she entertained 12 tiny girls and boys at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Austin, with whom she and her mother arc making their home while her fattier, Pfc. Woodrow Hardy, is serving with the Army in Iceland. Games were played for several hours, and late in the afternoon the gifts were opened, and the birthday cake was cut. with the first piece presented to her grandmother, Mrs. J. W. Hnrdy. Hot chocolate and birthday cake were served. • » • Miss Duncan Is Bride Of Pvt. Tony Razlog The marriage of Miss Frances Jiianita Duncan, niece of Mrs. Louise Scott, to Pvl, Tony Razlog of Blytheville Army Air Field and Union city, N. J., was Quietly solemnized Monday night at the home of Mrs. John . Pill, justice of the peace, who performed the ceremony. Mrs. Hazlog, who has been visiting here as the guest of her aunt, is employed as a riveter for the Hudson Motor Car Co., in Detroit, Mich., where she has sUng with several dance bands. She has participated in various musical programs at this station. Private Razlog, who is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Razlog of Union city, was employed at a sheet metnl worker prior to entering the Army. • • • Mr. Wicker Is Honored Mr. and Mrs. Pleas Yarbro entertained Sunday with a family reunion honoring her father, C. T. Wicker, who was celebrating his 73th birtrday. The affair, given at the Yarbro. home near Yarbro, was attended by 30 members of the family. A large birthday cake was a feature of the dinner served at the noon hour, and the afternoon was spent in "visiting" with various members of the family who live out of town and who were present for the ooccasion. At The Hospitals Walls Hospital Admitted— O. T. Orncy. city. Jo Marie Wright,, Cooler, Mo. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Emit Dunn Csceola, a daughter this morning. Dismissed— Frank Harrington, cits'. Blylhcville Hospital Admitted— ; . Roberta Lunsford, city. Mrs. Hcrschell Smith, city. Mrs. Mildred P'erguson, city. Dewey Crane, Manila. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Verna Mosley, Rt. 1, a daughter. Dismissed— Mrs. Lillian Dixon, Armorcl. ' Memphis Baptist Hospital Admitted- Walter Driver, Osccola. Memphis Methodist Hospital Admitted- Mary SluUle, Wilson, Jerry Ixiwe, city. Meetings There will be a regular meetin B of Chickasawba Lodge No.'134, F. *. A. M., tomorrow night, 1:30 o'clock:, at the hall. The first degree •R-III be conferred, It has been (innounccd by Dewey Gentry worshipful master. A Men's Meeting and Pot-Luck Supper will be held tomorrow night 7:30 o'clock at Lake Street Methodist Church, It was announced today by the Rev. Bates Sturdy, pastor of the church. The Rev. L. K. Wilson, pastor of the Dell Methodist Church, will be guest speaker ftt the affair, to which the public is invited. Coming Events THURSDAY Mrs. James Hill Jr., cntertalnine Friday Luncheon Club. Fidelis Class of First 'Baptist Church having Pot-Luck Supper nt home of Mrs. Harry Frltzlus 1'30 FRIDAY G. N. B. Club meeting with Mrs. £ 5ERGEAWT ISN'T SUCH A BAD GUY, IF HAVE TO EAT YOOA DISPATCHES, H£ FURN/SHESAOR, PEPPER \THEM DOVVA/ Bits of News Mostly Personal 'Miss Mary Pafford, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. D. C. Pafford, left this morning for a three-day visit til Memphis before yoinu to' Montreal, N. c.. where she will attend Montreal Junior college for the Winter term. Miss Billio Damon had as her weekend guest, Mrs. James K Tracy Jr., of winonn. Miss Mr. and Mrs. c. W. Affliek left last night fcr Battle Crock, Mich., where Mr. A fnick will undergo (refitment for several weeks Mrs Affliek probably win return home in about two weeks. Mrs. Elton Foster returned Mils morning from Eagle Pass, Texas where she went eight days ago lo attend graduation exercises held last Fdlray at the field when her husband received his commission as a second lieutenant in the Army Air Forces. Lieutenant and Mrs Foster attended several affairs given for (he new officers, including the final .skect shoot, where ho won .several honors, a formal tea alvcii by members of the Officers Club, a barbecue supper, and a final dinner parly given following graduation exercises. Lieutenant E-Mlcr remained nt Bugle Pass for five weeks of transition training before receiving leave for a visit, with his family here. Mrs. Kula Rullcdgc nnd Mrs. Mildred cutler moved yesterday from the apartment they have been occupying on North Eighth Street to Mrs. R. N. Hill's apartment at 411 West Wnliuit. Miss Betty Lee McCutchcn and her sister. Mrs. Richard Bland Logan Jr., loft last night for points in Old Mexico, where they plan to spend three weeks. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. stont and daughter, Mary Ann. returned Monday night from Little n.-ic* where they spent several weeks with Mrs. Stout's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bailey. Mrs. D. G. Moore is spending Ihis week in Washington, D. C., where she is visiting her daughters, Mrs. Alvia W. Moore and Miss Mary Tucker Muore, both of whom are employed there. , One out of every lour cars in use Jan. i, 1944, was 10 years old or older. Fate Of Missing Flier Shrouded In Mystery The (ale ol the twin-engine training ship from (lie niylheville Arm v Air Field, which vanished without a truce Aug. 22, from the skys between Lockbournu Army Air Field, Columbus, Ohio, and Rochester, N. Y.. remained u mystery today Guilt, Hcntoii L. Lewis, only occupant of the plane, WHS en route to Koclics- ler from the loc.ul field, when the lust seen of the filer or Ids shift wns when he sloped at UickUournc' to refuel ih c ship'* tiniks. The search for the missing shli), which Is being conducted from Lockbournc Field, was still In progress today, but UAAF officials revealed that no word hntl been received nbout the plune or the pilot. Captain Lewis, who hail been sla- Itoned iit Ihc local field since October, 1042. wns .section commimti- cr In (lie flying school. He and his wife miide their home nt 11414 Hi-oiiclu'iiy. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. i). Lewis, live in Wleryntc, Texas. Robert Wcedman. ; Mrs. Johnny Kickmnn entertaining Initial Clui). , V-C.B.O.t Glub-meeting with Mrs, R. A.' Copeland. ' Grand Jury To Probe Union County election I. DORADO, Ark., sent, 13 <ui>> —The Union County Grund Jury is going to invr.stlsiile clmrgcs of fraud during the August 8th clco llon In SmnrktM'Fr 'JWnslilp. Circuit Judge Ous w, Jone.s hus ordered Comity clerk W. n. Jameson and County Treasurer George W. Jnrkroii to turn over (o the grand jury the original anil duplicate ballot UO.TOS used In the election in the Ipwn.shlp. The grand J»ry Is liivesllgnilng charges of fraud in the Justice of the peace rare between C. M. Alspaugh and Carl li. nines. , Capture Negro Fugitive In St. Louis Monday • Li-ray Brawn, Negro convict who escaped two months ago,from the county farm, was aiptim-d In st Louis by Missouri officers Monday sml returned to the county farm yesterday. Sheriff llale Jackson brought the man back Irom St. Lmils yesterday lo turn htiii over lo county fnrm officials. The Negro was .scnlcncfd last June before the Justice of the Peace in l,uxor« for-a misdemeanor. . Joe Hew ton Tp Head State Welfare Workers l.ITTUC HOCK, Sept. 13 (UP) _ Joe Ni>wlon of llussellvllle Is the new president of Iho Arkansas Association of Public Welfare 'Workers. Ho had been temporary president since the association was formed April 13. Hut was clcotcd president nt the closing session ol u two-day meeting O f the executive committee nt the Slate Welfare De- Piirlmetit In UUle Rock yesterday. Oilier , officers who also were circled yesterday Include: cms CnmpbPll of Melbourne, vice INTO- Ident; Mr.f, Mnet'lc liuynolds of (he Stale Welfare Department; secretary and MYs. Lclln Oliver, of I lie Pulaskl county Welfare office as treasurer. Cumlm-lni; Show POCWIELLO ARMY AIR HASH POCA'reLLO, liln. <UI>> —Recently 1'FO. Eddie Qnycskl of the nlr Hold burnt produced a war bond show "Strike Up the Hand" here. The show wns reported to qulle n success bill It seemed lo hnvc nlfeclcd Uddlc himself more than anyone else. A day or two after the .show liddle purchased n $1,000 war bond, the Jin-fcsl slitflc imrelmsc mndo by nn enlisted man on the field. The nvcriiBO duration of nn oiirlh- tjimlti!' tihock Is esllmiited by experts a( 4 ft Bccomls. rCfab .MojtoffvW.'/.!, t\ BAAF Baseball Team Personnel of the lilytlievllle Army Air Field's duunploiishlp base-' ball loam, together with Col, Kurt M. Lamloil, commanding officer of llio field, and Ueiil. Dill Adams, athletic officer, were tuicsU of Hie mythcvlllo l,lous club , yesterday noon nt Hotel Noble for luncheon. Colonel Lnmfoii and Lieutenant Adams were welcomed by Farmer Kngliind, while J. P. Friend gave n resume of tti,. team record for the Win- and pnld high tribute ( 0 Its members ,beton> introducing each man will) 11 "l)iIcf i sketch of his baseball carcciv Team, .members ; present wore Lieut, Randolph Itelcl, stuff. BrrBls Robert Tubljs, Waller lilalck, Mack McWhorler, /rnuk lluth and Ijuv- rnnce'TrAVls;-Sergls. i-'runk Stimuli, S|ai|lcy .Wlolko, Max Vlckcrs nnd rjanlol LaOruUa, Corps. M ( >1 |>ar"ell. 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