The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 27, 1944 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, September 27, 1944
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Miss. While In Memphis she is the Is „ ,, Mrs. John iday Lunchfpn Club meeting f yTcne on "Plans for Community ,»_. ... ., ,,.,,.—.. Missions,''Mfss Edna Taylor. "Ways and Means," Miss Pearl Lee. '"En- hrbrilng the Klnif," nnd Dr. Nles m' "Blessbds of Communlly MlE- j Mrs }V, M McK«nile under Class of Lake street fiodlsl qhurch having class par•i the class fopm", 8 p' m ' FRIDAY rs W S Langdon entertaining } C Club N B' Club meeting witn Mrs n Brlllhart , ^ )ltlal Club meeting with Mrs man May, was closed with acheis Are Honored t Foimal Tea Yesterday [embers of the faculty of Blytlie e high school were complimented terda'y oftehioou. \vheh the Red >per Cl«b cntcrthliied with a for- 1 (ea jttj the jHottje Economics .tage between thejho'urs of '5 nnd jclock j, , * *', ippro\lnmtel> 40 guests mtlcndcd . affair ' » f * ' Guests \vere,!rec<»ty'ed^ by Mist. ^emorj Child 'president of the janizn^lori and ilhc 'other mcm- [s of th6 club hie refreshment tnble 1 presided pr by Miss ueckj JtfcCall wis ecu t ed with a crjstali-bowl of wl (to matlons nnd pink gladioli, flanked th slender \\lilte tapers ill crjital ndelabra ? ( '. 4 Punch and assorted, partj fnorts sehed, and each guest \vas tefl with a ttny red peppei lotls. The meeting ircle prayers. Steele Teacher Is. Bade Of Coip Lestei Giaham STEELE, Mo., Sept. 27.—The mnr- rlage of Miss Hnzc) McAdflms, daughter of Mrs. Dora McAdams, to -orp. Lester L, Graham of Cai'np Barkclcy, Texas, was 'solemnized Friday nftcrnooi), 6 o'clock, at the Flri-t- 'resbytcrian Church In Abilene, Texas. Dr. T. S. Knox ofnclalcd nt he ceremony, Mrs..Elnoi-e Bnrono of Cleveland, Ohio \vas the bildeb only attcnd- ' "I while Sergt. Woodrow Grahnm Uarkelcy, nttdhded Iris ire escn B ^llhelrti Is club I a fa\or Miss LUna fonsor.- r \ , • ., . 'aughter BorA Yesterday Fnslgn and Mrs ! ,John Cunnfng;- jim are the pnrent^otin daughter }m jesterday afternoon nt tiljthc ( lle'Hospltal The bubj, their fust nld hus 1106 yet bein named Mrs Ciinntnghani is the form- ciss Natalie Nicholson daughter of It and Mrs W B'Nicholson wlih horn she is ranking heV home while er husband is on duty with the [avv in the South Pacific j « * • jhs. Paftlow Is Hostess Mixed Pall flowefs decorated Mrs I G PartKms Hi ing room "last light Shen ! sli? uas hostess nembers df Club Eight and idditlorial guest^ Mrs Ralph Nlch- ! ls for^n evening Oxbridge i Icej agnks wfr.e H s«!*Sd through- a iut the^omes, ahrf a dessert course it the oAnolvlMonj of thV e\ehlng F , Mrs is* 3 Benlsh fecclvcd hlgl ^>core aJH Mf\* GVnhatri Sudburj ( Pledges. Afe"Annoimced '] OSCEOLA h m krki 27—Osceo for theti of ...Camp. brother. The bride wore a blue crepe dress vith'matching hut, nnd black accessories. Her corsage vvnS a whltc-or- chld. Mrs. Graham has been a member bf.steele school-faculty for several ears. Corporal .Graham, 'the son of Mt. and Mis.^E. C, Graham of Charlcs- .011 Mo Is stationed nl Gimp Barkelcy, and he and his bride will make their home at 1350 Ainarillo, in Abilene. Bits of News Mostly; Personal go from there to Little Ro the rcmnlntlor of the week guest of her soli, Lewis Wilson and Wnlly, while In Cleveland she is isitlng Mr. and. Mrs. A, M, Burns. Mr. nnd Mrs, Newell Brlgham Sr., nre visiting hi Columbus, Miss., as guests of their daughter, Mrs. J. W. Meyers and family. Tlie Rev. ana Mrs. B. C. Brown id family have as tlielr guests, ils sister, Mrs, T. C. Bennett of tVllltaniston, S. C, who will be ici'c for two weeks. Miss Jewel Dixoii, general field represeiitatfve of the American Red •ross for Eaitc-i'n Arkansas, Is spending two-days In BlytheviHc iml Osceola offices. Miss Mary Gray, who Is 'cniploy- l by life P.B.I. In Washington, n. C., will arrive tonight for a brief visit with her par'ohts, Mr. and Mrs. Ira Gray. She will return to Washington the last of lie week, Mi's. Helen S;honhoff and daughter, Margaret, of Advance, Mo, nre visiting Mrs. Schonoff's brother Ed B. cook and Mrs. Cook. The Rev. Thomas u.'Smytlic Jr., eft yesterday'for Petit Jean, Ark., where lie will attend n minister's convention for the remainder of the wepk. ., Miss Mary Tucker Moore, daughter of Mrs. D, G. Moore, who lias liccri'employed In Washington, D C Tor the past several weeks, has returned to her home here. _Mr. and Mrs. .Tom Boswell spent yoslcfflfty In M6inj)hls. Copt. Roy Harper Returns After 33 AAonths Overseas Mrs. Roy Harper received a telephone call last night from • her inisbnnd, Captain Harper, telling Itcr of his arrival In San Francisco after 33 months a[ service wf(h the Army Atr Corps In Australia find New Giilneft. CiVplain iroh>ci', former ti^lor- ne.y of C'anillieisville, Mo., entered t)) e Army in January, 1942,-ahd was sent, overseas ns a private witli- lu six weeks after ills induction. Ills wile, the former Miss Ruth Butt of Blythevllle, has been making her homo here with her mother,' Mrs. A. M. Butt, while he has been overseas, she will leave tonight for St.. Louis to meet him. Captain Harper Is the' son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Harper: of Sleiile, Mo. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 27,194-1 Plans nlso 'i'tfere made for (he annual Girl Scqut tea which Is to be given on the first day of Girl Scout week, Oct. 20. Committees ap'i'.iliiltcd for (hat event arc: Little llonsb, Mi's. Lung. Mra. Grimes; refreshments, Mrs, Rosco Crafton, Mrs. Hugh Whltsitt; pro- er'a'ni. Mrs. Earl Buckley, Mrs. Cobb; receiving line, Mrs. Norton, Mrs. Ladd, and one member from each of the troops; decorations, Mrs. C. W, Garrlgan, Mrs. R. B. Stoflt, Mrs. Cabb will go from troo]) to troop this Winter to lead In group hinglrtg. Mark Twain once wrote • to a friend: "Tomorrow night I appear for the tlrsl time before a Boston audience—4,000 ;cr|t,!cs." first year ha\e K been pledged to - " .v-irlous ".sprorifle^Lut the school, It has been announced ** ' , M^iss 'TJean Stnndefcr bus been pledged. Delta Gamma Miss VI i- ginm l«e Best^ a,nd Miss Bettj fcemmes, Chi, Omega and Miss "Uarjorie Mayo.Kappa Kapp-i Gam rm ,ww •> | ,-..*,." Business Wpm'en Meet 3»1 t '. •*-** I Dr Edna Nift , enterUlhed 12 'membes, v of the Business Women s Circle a! First- Baptist Church with a'TiMak Supcpr la<t night at her horn*' on Vfest Mam Strict supfiet/a Ro^nl Senlce •-Program was given under the lead i crshtp Minnie Broun on jthe topic of Enthroning the King commurittj Sergt. J. P. Wnldch returned last night to George Field, III., where" he is'slalibiiod, after spending his furlough her-with his parents, Mr. and Mi's.- John \Vnldcn. Corp. Eugene Auten of Las Vcgns, Nov., is spending His two-week's furlough . line with his wife and mother, Mrs. J. w. Auleii nn ( \ fam- Mlss Hope Whitvvorth, Miss Bllllc Jean Abliottjand Miss Biitonne Jag- Kers went to Memphis last night to meet Mis Ronald GCar\, who vins Returning [roiu GieonsVoro N O. nftei spending several weeks then with hci husband Staff^Sergeant Geary. She is tlie fohner Miss Vlr- gle^ May Aubott. B Cook Is nltaidliig to Je . fpi r ' 3a is spending several' unjs ncre a^ the guest of ho son,- Cnpl. Willlani Norton nntl Mra. Norton. Warren Claik son of Mrs Gage Clail has cniollcd at Geoige Wnshlnttoli Unheisllj In Wiishing- ton, D. C., where he will nllend «chool this Wintci A 101 mei student nt UnKcisHj of AiUmns, Fnycttcvlllc, he has been in Little nock during the Suinmei Mr. nrtcl -Mrs. Horace Wrikefield and son Lowell of Oklahoma City, Okln nre spending n wcex here as.guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Turner .Kissell and relatives of Mr. Wnke- fkld The WnUfield fnmlk foim- erlv lived In Bljtheville .Mr., and Mrs. j. A. Brynnt had as their guests Sunday Mr. nnrt Mrs. .0. C. Smith of Dyersburg, Tenn nnd Mrs Johnnj Brjnnt nnd daughter, Bettj of Nexvbern icnn. At The Hospitals Walls Hospital Admitted; Leon Fortner, Leach vlile, Ark, Mia. Clyde. Vandlke, Steelc, Mo. Billy Hull, Black Oak, Ark. .Dismissed: Mrs. O. G. Anderson, city. niylhovlllc Hospital Ad mi I ted: Mattie itfne Thomas, Carson Lake. Aft. Born' (o Ensign' ari'd Mrs. John Cunningham, a daughter yesterday afternoon. Memphis Ilnptlsl Hospital Admitted:. Mrs. ft. H. J'qivci, Osceoln, Ark. Mniide Vatigl'in, Osceola, Ark. Memphis St. Joseph's Hospllii! Admitted: • • Mrs. Kenneth Siilcor, Blytlievillc Ark, •-..'. . Memphis Methodist Hospital Admitted: Roy Daniel Mnlohe, Lenchvillc Ark. Girl Scout News Mrs, Richard C. Norton ': was hostess Monday night to members of the none Troop Association' of Girl Scouts, when Mrs. Glenn 13. Ladcl, president of the association, presided. A committee composed of Mrs. no): .'ft Grimes, Mrs. W. D: Cohb and Mrs. Toby Long, was appointed for the cominuiilty fund drive which opens next week, ,be n o'clock, nt'.ithe hnli;? tt~vvas announced, ttfctjiy b/rDsvvcy Ocnti'rf-i gave the past Mrs, Wilson Ls spending a vvpck in Memphis and Cleveland, Pvt. Thomas Mitchell Wounded In France Wounded In action Sept~ 7; in Prance, was Pvt. Thomas B. Mitchell, son of .George B. Mitchell of, Mo., his .father hns beei'i Informed.. It Is believed he has ton trans- fen-cd to a liospltnl In EnglniVd. Hervous, Restless II : functional periodic disturbances TORkc you led nervous, tired, restless, "drftgged out"—-at such limes—try /a- TiiQ'its Lydla E. pitikiinni's Vegetable Compound to relieve such sytiiptoms'. It helps naturel Plnkhtim's Compuund la also & grnttd slonmthlo tonic. Follow label directions. Worth trylngl LYDIA E. PIHKHAM'S COMPO Mittncet 8»t. A Sim. Only Optns ««ch night 6:45; ttart* •, Openi 8and»j I:0fl; 8t»rt« 1:11 CvnUanoiu Khawi Bit >nl Smn. Itarjain Nlfht t.trrj NUhl • N« timm honored on th. Last Time .Today Double Feature Tonight We Raid Calais with Annabella and John Sutlort Nine Lives Ar with Joan Perry and Ronald / GREETING CARDS For Ihe' boys overseas. , MAIL NOW! The Gift Shop Modern & Antique Gifts MOSS BRYAN I I i / Continuous Show* Ef«ry Day Box Office Opens i:4B Show Starts 2:06 USTEtV TO KICK t ium. It.U »jn. t;M ijj .Last Time Today Bridge of Sdn Luis Rey with Lynn Harl niirt Aklm Tamlroff • Selected Short Subjects Thursday and Friday the Dorndest Things Happen Thursday and Friday Selected Sh'orl Siibjccts MHES "... '-.TED • JGLEASON- DONALDSON I A COlliMB'iA PlCTilRE .trc'c:j plcy by It «T: Mei'ffer and O:car jcuT 11 r c c :'c a • fry A'lEX A K 6'ER BAl£ : Parmiounl News ami Selected Short ! Subjects : / .^ "There is only one evil", wolc SpcratCs, "that is ignorance". And ignorance it obviously is, which sometimes prompts the careless car-owner to say that all motor oils are alike, that there is no difference between any of them. Once upon & time, when new cars could be freely purchased, when a car worn out too soon was a loss only to its wasteful ownerand not tothe nation-such a statement was merely irresponsible. Today,it maybe definitely damaging to our need for conserving cars as a vital part of our wartime transportation system. 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