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ULYTHBVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NB\Vs TUESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1944 Doming Events ( WEDNESDAY A.DCJ ChiOieetiin^ »Uh Mrs J Mrs Clara 'Peary entertaining =YIendlyi Seven Club. - > Mrs tj. O. Caudlll entertaining Fown arid. Couhtfy Club Mrs 1 Jnnjig.vBell entertaining Wednesday Bridge Club. > THURSDAY ' Miss Patty.June,Davi? entertaining Thursday 'flight Bridge Club Club J8 having supper dan".e at Atnericnji, Legion Hut, 8 p. m. Mrs. y. M. McKeitle/.entertain- Ing Friday Luncheon.Club. • past Matrons and r ''Pasl Patrons Club \v(ll meet with Mrs. Charles Alford, 8 p.virij--;, - : •;• : \ ''FRIDAY C.B.cr~Clu.r}~ Seeling' with Mrs. Lendcnnie Fowler. -Mrs. Laiie ! Nowell entertaining Initial Club. ' : Chnper "fJ". of P.. E. O. Sisterhood meeting with Mrs. W. L, :Iomer.-4 p. ra.'- 1 " ••• Mrs. John"Brilllmrt entertaining N. B. Club. -' Ladles Bible' Class of First Methodist Church meeting with Mrs Uelle Wood, 7:30 p.m. Dorcas Sunday School Class o [First Baptist Church having lunch con at church', ; ' P-">, English Brjde Study Course Is Begun Members of the Woman's Society of Christian Service oi Lake Street Methodist Church met yesterday iftcrnooii at the church for tha llrst csson In their new study course on "Unity a Challenge to American Democracy". Mrs. O, J. Kodgors wus study course leader. Mrs. Dates Sturdy gave the de- vollonnl and also led.In prayer. Mrs. Clco I'opp read the scripture and Mrs. Billy King read a poem on What Jesus Said About God Our Father". The brief business session was presided over by Mrs. W. L. Green, president, nnd n report on the seminar meL'llns! held last Thursday In Jonesljoro was given by Mrs. Sturdy. The 13 members present were dismissed with prayer by Mrs. A E. Harper. young son, Dana. Condition of L. A. G'othren, who IMiss Carol June Sisk |ls Bride In Little Rock Of interest in Blythevllle, forme lome of the bride's mother, was the _,i-edding of Miss Carol June'Sisk, Iciaughter of. Mrs. William M. Slsk land the late Mr. Sisk of Little Inock. to Staff Sergt. L. A. Devore lof North Little Rock. I Tlie marriage was solemnized last Inight, 1:30 o'clock, at Wlnfleld IMethodist Church In Little Rock. 1 The bride, who wns given In mar. Iringe by her brother, William Sisk Jjr., was attended by her sister, •Miss Elaine Sisk, as maid of hon- lor. . " • 1 Following a brief wedding trip, Isergeant and Mrs. Devore will be fit home in Fort Smith, where he lis stationed with, the Army. I. Mrs. Devore is the granddaughter of Mrs,. Mamie Fritzius of Bly- Itheville, whom she olten has visit- led. , '. , I •Miss Usrey, Entertains ifff-Delta Club Members Miss Ma?y Spain Usrey was hqs- Itess io members of the Trl-TJelta Iciub last: night when she enter- |tj>ined at her home at 1037 West .lain.' • • ' , • .Mrs. R. B. Stout,'president of the organization, was in charge of the Ibrief business session, when a $25 [donation to the War Fund was [voted as the project for the month. Mrs. J. Farris McCalla also was Elected corresponding secretary, re- blacing Mrs M. N. Young, who re- Mrs. Zero Marvin McGhee, bride of Master Sergt, McGhee of I31.V- .hevlllc. is the former Miss Bar- 'a Gwendolln Wlllmot, daughter of'Mr. and Mrs. It. Wlllmol ' of Leicester, England. 'Hie wedding was solemnized July 15 at St. Albans Church in Leicester, where Sergeant McGhee is stationed. Bits of News ' Mostly, Personal 1ms been seriously ill al his home on South Division Street for the past six weeks, Is unimproved. Miss Tonnnye Dean Hatcher, who graduated from Methodist Hospital School of Nursing In Memphis in the Spring, arrived Sunday to work with ihe Mississippi County Health Unit until she enters the Army ui'sos Corps in February. She aklng her home with her aunt Iss Irene Crowder, and her sister, vclyn Jane Hakhcr. Mrs. N. J. Nclll has returned to cr home In East Pralrlo, Mo., nftei two-weeks' visit .here will) he: uughters, Mrs. D. C. Freeman ant Irs. George Stllwell and thel nmilles. Tli e Rev. nnd Mrs. G. W. Archer ud Iwo children left yesterday for lurrny, Ky, where they will make heir home while tlio liev Mr Arch- r continues his college work They live been In 13lytl)cvllc for the pasl ev'cni! yenrs while lie. has served is pastor of Calvary . Baptist Jliurch. - [•igned. Members then went to Camp Moultrie for supper before returning to the Usrey home for a bridge tarty when Mrs. Albert K. Taylor Ivas'a guest. High score prize, hand- ainted china perfume bottles, wen l.p' Mrs. McCalla, and crystal ash Irays for second high went to Mis [fjsrey. Iced:-drinks • were served | hroughout the bridge games. • : • . • •.».-,'• Baptists Have Meeting Mrs. Ebb Car'son .was in charge lif the brief, business meeting of ers of .the. Women's Mission^ try Union of First: Baptist Church field yesterday afternoon at the |;hurch. The meeting opened \vith repeat- Ing of the watchwords for the year, followed ;by the devotional by Mrs. >. E. Stevens. -Routine business was transacted, luid Mrs. O. E. Johnson and Mvs fcVnlter Bishop led In prayer to co;n. |>lcte the piogram. - ' •>,-,'* . • executive Board Meets -Mrs. Matiie Allen entertained !• nembers 'of the, Executive Boarc bf the "Woman's Auxiliary of Firs Presbyterian Church yesterday alt [.•rnoon at.her home on Holly street, Mrs. Zal B. Harrison, auxiliary president, presided. This meeting marked the begln- hine of the home mission season for prayer and sell denial, extending om Oci. 2 through Nov. 5, with Ibservanccs to be held every Wednesday night and on Oct. 23 when In all day mission study course will i conducted by Mrs. Jesse M. White. IVfrs. .Allen gave the devotional f^rilch opened with prayer by Mrs. Vail, and which was on the of "Stewardship", and was ed on the parable of the talents. During the business meeting mem- *rs present voted to send an offer- to the Vera Lloyd Home for htldren at Montlcello, and also ade plans for remembering sick nbers of tha church. Business Meeting Held Mrs. W. C. Hlgglnson presided over the business meeting of the Woman's Society of Christian Ser-y vice of First Methodist Church held yesterday afternoon at the church. The devotional was given by Mrs. A. O. Hudson, and Ihe secretary's report was read by Mrs. Charles L. Wylie. Mrs. George Hubbarcl also gnve the treasurer's rcporl to conclude the brief business session. Mrs. S. B. Wllford dismissed the meeting with prayer. » » • Mrs. Hardaway Is Hostess Members of the Women's Auxiliary of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church met yesterday afternoon at Die home of 'Mrs. O. O. Hardawa> on West Hearn Street. Tlie meeting opened with a ile- vitional given by Mrs. Thomas B I Smythc Jr., followed by n brief bus Incss session, pri'sttled over by Mrs J. D. McDowell, auxiliary president The members spent tho aflenioo: working on the stutfeci animals, sal of which the auxiliary'is sponsor Ing, and the meeting colsed will joint repetition of the Lord's Pray cr. ,' Refreshments were served diirin ie social hour. > • • ' ' Calvary Baptists Meet Thirteen members of the Women Missionary Union of Calvary Bapis! Ch'urch mei last night, 1 o'clock, at the church for a Dutch supper, followed by a brief business session n charge of Mrs. Raymond Belk- , lap, president., I Two new officers were elected, D TA Conference' lanned Tuesday At Church Here A . District Conference o( Parent Teacher Associations will be held next Tuesday at First Methodist Church In Blythcvlllc. Scheduled to begin at 9:30 o'clock In Ihe uornlng, the meeting will close at -:30 o'clock that afternoon, with luncheon to be served at the church at noon with the Su'dbury Parent Teacher Association serving as luncheon hostesses. Two prominent Parent Teacher workers will speak at the meeting, It was disclosed today by 'Mrs. Jesse M. White, Mississippi County Council president, who will serve as hostess president. Mrs. Elston S. Leonard of Little Rock, state president, and Mrs. F B. Dlgby of Pittsburgh. Penn., regional vice president of. the Parent Teacher National Congress, will appear on the program, whose theme "Facing the Tomorrow". A large number of out-of-towj sltors are expected to attend tlv ceting to which all members o ly Parent Tenclicr Association ii ie district "re Invited.,Mrs. H. !• orcross of Lepanto, district pres ent, will be presiding officer. ''' At The Hospitals ! WaJls Hospital Wmlttsd: Mrs. Charles Thomas, Holland, to. Billy Reid, city. Dismissed: Mary Jo Eaton, city. Charles Gurnow, city. R. L. Payne, city. Lucy Stevenson, Luxora. Mrs. R. S. Balrd and sail, city. Blyllicvllle Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. John Cunningham and baby, :lty. Mrs. Mavis Settlemire, Manila. Elmo Ford, Little Bock. Raymond Pnyuc has liecn removed to Memphis Baptist Hospital by ambulance. Mrs. Payne nccompa nlcrt him. Mrs. Ralph Barr and childrei and Mrs. Homer Gaul have re turned to their home In Cleveland Miss., after a visit with Mr. an rs. R. W. Lovett, parents of Mrb arr and Mrs. Gant. Mrs. Paul Jobe and daughter; ue and' Kay, have returned iroi Ittlc Rock 'where they spent In cekend with Private Jobe who : tationcd there at Camp Robli: on. Lieut. Robert L. Holt and Lie" ican Vnllery, both of whom arc sir oncd nt LaJunnta, Colo., Army Air 'ield, spent the weekend here with ,'frs. Cook's parents. Mr. and Mrs. 1. E. Cook and family, having flown ere on a cross country flight from heir iitr field. Sunday Mr. Cook Irove them to Rector, Ark., for a jrlef visit with Lieutenant Holt's mrcnts, the Rev. ami'Mrs.. J.' H. -loll and family. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Bryant Jr., who have lieen making their home .11 San Francisco, Calif., have returned hero where Mr. Bi'yant will again be connected with the Loy Elch Chevrolet Company. Mrs. Pcari Mires Is improved at her home at G27 Walnut Street, af- tc having been quite,ill foV,several days. ' ,'' Miss Emnifi''Kalc Richards has returned from Oklalfpma City Okln., where she spent three weeks with her sister,- Mrs. Edward Davis, Lieutenant Dnvis and .their StccleNews Mfcs Shirley Rouse hns returned o her home In Campbell. Mo., n.fter a visit with Mr. and Mrs 'jene Aker.s. Mrs. Nannie Davis Is recuperating at her.Jiomc following a serious operation which she recently underwent at Memphis Methodisl Hospital, . • Mr. and Mrs. Dick' Slrnc.ike arc Ihe parents of a daughter, Ann. born Wednesday at Mcmphi.rMeth cdlst Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. David Swafford Oran Swafford, Mrs. James Wells nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. W. A. Swaffor .-pent Friday in Jackson, Term where they attended the funcrn of Mrs. l.ucy Sttmfill of Steele. A daughter was born Wcdncsda to Mr. nml Mrs. George Durhai at Skaller's Clinic In' Blylhcvlll The bnby hns not yet been name Lieut, (s. g) and Mrs. Buxte Southern and children, Jim Sundrn, arrived In Stcelc Tlmrsda vliei'c Mrs. Southern and the chi iren will make their home. Uei .eniint Soutliprn has gone to A .anln, Oa.. to begin a month's ;lon here. Mr. and Mrs. Long purchased two apartment buildings In Memphis which Mr. Long operated while lie reeled. The hospital which he took over a week ago was erected four years ago with U. S. Branson as architect. In returning to business, Mr. Long resumed work In which he long had been active, having been medical technician for 10 years at Klamath Falls, Ore., before serving head of Blythevillc Hospital seven years. Dr. J. L. Guard Optometrist at Guard's Jewelry 209 W. Main Wichael Long In Charge Of Helena Hospital Michael Long, former head of Blylhevillc Hospital until 111 health compelled his retirement a year ago, has accepted the post of superintendent at the Helena Hospital. Now recovered from an illness due to overwork, Mr. Long, moved to Memphis upon resigning his posl- Climbs Mountain at 88 TOWNSHEND, V. (UP)—Mrs. Sarah Thayer celebrated her 88th J birthday as she has celebrated her [ last 25 — by climbing Bald Mountain to the lookout tower. PILES? Dtm't worry i Drop Everything ^ for this »• Amazing Way! vuur I'll,$1,00 la . Minor Clluk'. iln, lull, Ttiiirnlui UOKit, Iliu fori •Tlvt-Ly ut u^i mlu U^i-J 1 Thorn- QUU'K treJ. (!tt lal Oiul- ly Tboru- ttu ju . . At nli"gooa,(lruK stores everywhere -In Blythevllle, at Kirby Drug VewsOf.WAGs, WAVES and'SPARS Pvl, Charline Uiulsc Hemphill of ?oule 3, Box 194, Blytheville, is a' icinbcr of a WAG unit which re- enlly lefl First WAC Training Center at Fort DCS Molnes, Iowa, or duty with the Army at Laurln- mrg-Maxton, N. C. Earthquake vibrations travel hrough the earth at a speed of 315 miles a minute. Mother's Friend helps bring*ease and comfort to expectant mothers. M o THB B'S pin END, nn exquisitely prepared emollient, la useful la nil conditions where a bland, mild anodyne mas srvgo medium in skill lubrication Is tie sired. One condition In which womei lor more thnn vo years linvc. vised It la a application for massaging the body Uur ing pregnancy .,. It-hclna keep the -"' . , . soft nnd pliable . . . thm avoiding un nd pli ary dis tiansporl training before being as- necessary discomfort due to drynesa an igncd to a California station. " ' ' " ' ^J ' " ^ Mr. und Mrs. H. 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