The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 22, 1940 · Page 2
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PAGE, TWO BLYTKtBVILLE (AWt) COURIER NEWS Laura Elizabeth Hale Will Wed New Yorker Mr. and Mrs, Esco l*wrencc Hale announce the engagement'of their - daufhter, Laura Elizabeth, to Her- •beit Maurice Voland.'son of Mrs. George G. Voland, of New Rochelle, N. Y. ' * The wedding is to be solemnized during the Yuletide season. ( Miss Hale w«s. graduated from the city high school and Mississippi State College for Women, at €01110111115, where she was a member of-Alpha Psi Omega, national honorary dramatic sorority, and "Theater Guild and was outstanding mother phases of speech work. "During the past summer,, she' did graduate work in speech at Columbia - University in New York City. She is' an instructor in the Armorel school. , Mr.'"7Voland, son of the late George G. Voland, is a graduate of the New Kochelle high school, Co- lumbiiL : University and trie Peagin School of Dramatic Art. At Columbia, he was affiliated with Kappa Alpha fraternity and Morningside Players,,a theatrical organization, of "which ha is'now president. v . . • , He js,connected with Voland and Sons {Inc.,* of New Rochelle, manufacturers of chemical balances and - weights of precision. ' T»£- ',. * * * Bride»Ekct HoiwM tcHe Shower, £ Capitola Whitworth was complimented'with a lingerie shower giv«n_'by Miss Prances Little and Miss Doris McGhee Thursday night at the" tttUe -home!'' •' ' * Miss Whitworth will become the bride of Donald ,V. Cole of. Chicago, Sunday Dec, 1 in a ceremony at the First Methodist church. ^ ~ •> ' Miniature figures, of a bride and bridegroom reflected in "a mirror'in the center of the -lace draped dining table-set the motif" for <the party. Red liearts outlined the mirror.-On the buffet, red and white tapers flanked *a -bowl of mixed flowers. Chrysanthemums decorated the living room.-' ' After the 14 guests had'watched Miss Whitworth open her gifts, they played two games, bridge and a bridal game. Prizes w v ent to Mrs. E. B. Thomas and Miss • Marilyn Burnette. - A dessert course was ' served by the hostesses. *^ •„ * •f * \#~^ ^ , Have Study' Lessen \ v - \ - Members of the Ywjng < Woman's Foreign Missionary soci^Lbf the First Chufch of ttie at the home of Mrs. Thursday night for a study ^lesson taught by Miss Dorothy - Jlylee. ''India's Open Door" is the subject of the mission study booH.' l Mrs. Bob Tyrone read the scripture from the tenth chapter of Romans. Prayers were offered by Miss Rylec. Mrs. E. Ii.- Evans and Mrs Harold Thompson. Following the regular meeting - members rehearsed, for the Christmas play which they .will present Sunday, Dec. 22. - • Engagement Announced •The engagement oi; Miss Laura Elizabeth Hale to Herbert Voland, of VNew x Rochelle.' N.. Y. : . is announced today. ,- . Mrs;, Charles Hindman ;' was' elected secretary to' succeed; Mrs. Harry •'• Fritzhis, • \vho ''resigned. .• In connection;, with .the J;hcme of ;U'e' : .:year,';. ''Citizenships' 1 in • "the Miking*,; ,: a - .program 'on r ::''The Seine" , was, presented'; : bv. ^E. ; M. ?ixbn v talked '' ori • "Health -in the Home'' aijd Mrs. A. -':B. Fairfield Discussed : ihe •'.\ t ,'Hpme • Erpm - the Mother and Teacher's; Standpoint." .. Eighty five members. 'were present tor the meeting which was presided ; over by Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe. '•'';'•' '.' .;"•„•. •' . ' +• ''* t *> •' Cliib Has Guests" /; 1 - -\Vhen Airs. Bussfe Barham .entertained Bridge club .at:.hei.v : home;''Thin ; 5flay lfter' • "' J. G. Barnes and : Mrs. M. T. Burr. A salad plate was served after the games. : Mrs. Ed Cook was high among the women and Major Ivy W. Crawford, among tlie men. Townsend Club To Meet Here Tonight Townsend club will meet tonight at 7:30 o'clock at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry 1 Ogle. All members are urged : to attend, officers making the announcement said "today. TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY Bests' Mrs. her £3?§]|nis, Mrs: r ^ohn A. r' o Mrs. J.;,jCe^V"')^o;we -'for Tiigh r score and Mrs^ • J. : J^Cbokstbn, for '-,secoiid high.. >li-s. ; ; HalK was presented': the jjufest prfec: - ' : • : L A ^desserL platelfWith; cake was' served '••. after the games." '! •• '•.•' ' ,- •'*,.' ' ; * : ''•.: : ' 1 * • ' '•' ' "'.'.; Arc New Cltih Wcipbcrs MTS.' N Frank, airk, Mrs. Basil Loclve. •; and Mrs. j. j. Bryant are .new members of. the Tlnirsday Dessert club.. .which'.' met at the "Rustic Inn Thursday, afternoon Avilh Mrs. G.',D. : Hammock '.as ! 'hostess. '.: : t Mrs. 12. R. Dickinson was' high in 'he games and 'second high scorer ( w-as Mrs. J. R. Turner, a guest l :6r the pai-ty. Is Hostess to Club. Chrysanthemums and snapdragons formed the centerpiece of Mrs G-. E. Keck-s dining table Thursday when she was hostess for thr • . , Thursday Contract club party al i r - ? 1cs?ert coursc was s? rv «l her home. - tore lhc ^ Mrs. L. E. Old, played cards with the members. The prize went to Mrs. John P. Lenti. Omrmttees Report. An enrolment of 103 paid mcm- I'hiys With Club • Miss Nancy Kirshner played cards with members of ' the Cee-Q-je Bridge club Thursday night when they were entertained at- the home Miss Frances McHancv ber.s was reported by Mr*. Russell n * 1SS , *"»"«* McHancy. Barham. chairman of the- member- •refreshments were served after ship committee of the Central J2 1 ? • 8ames m w <L lich Miss Maurmc Parent-Teacher assoowMnn ot H-.P B . la , n son was high..and Miss Virginia Little, second .high scorer. Parcnt-Teaclier association, at association meeting Wednesday afternoon -at the school. Another committee report*which was 1 received favorably was that •of Mrs. Percy Wright who announced that the group ,had Beached its magazine goal of '11 'Subscriptions. At the f»-ecut1ye board meeting -whidi preceded the-.general session. Party Given For Double Four Club. Instead of the weekly afternoon party, members of .Lhc Double Four Bridge club were entertained at n .night party given Wednesday by tors. Raymond Smith. .Guests at the afTair were husbands of the members and Mrs . v , w R?nt Three,.room._,junfurnished .apart- bleh^p "mchV Private/'bath/ 1 100 Cherry. with v .£g n?>ii r 935^'re^Bnirigs^r.'" "" "'- "** T*_.IWI_'. 22-pk-29 Bits of News Mostly Personals Mrs. Paul Green well'was called to Cape Girardeau Tuesday to be with her mother, Mrs. Annie Toon, who is seriously ill at St. Francis hospital. Mrs. Thomas Shclton of San Francisco, Calif., will arrive today to visit her cousins, Mrs. H. G Wickham and Miss Bess Hall, and Miss -Toni Fay Thorrie, who was critically injured in a highway ac- cuJent Oct. 12, was returned to Campbell's clinic in Memphis today for a week's routine treatment. Almost totally paralyzed, she is yet in a cast but It is believed thtt she might be able to be in> wheel chair in six months, she was taken down in an ambulance accompanied ,by her sister, Mrs. Pete Lorio, who will remain with Werner is attending to her. Henry business hi Memphis today. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Deaette have returned from Karber's Ridge, HI., where they spent a week. Mrs. W £>. Chambliri , is able to be out after having been quite Ul for ten days. Mrs. Russell Barham and Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe, accompanied by Miss Lorene OWham of East Prairie, Mo., are spending today in Memphis. They will be joined there tonight for the Christmas parade by Mr. Barham and Mr. Lowe and their children, Jimmy I/owe and Wanda Leah Barham. Mr. and Mrs. John Vendes, formerly of here and now of Mount Vernon, HI., visited friends here Thursday. Mrs. I. O. Westbroofc Sr.. and Mrs. Donald Fletcher, of Joiner, were here Thursday having come up especially to be with the family of C. S. Stevens who died Wednesday afternoon..Mrs. W. L. Smith, of Armorel, is resting well at Walls hospital following, a tonsilectoiny performed this -morning. . ., Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Wuuderlich and children ore expected to re- torn today from Spring field, Mo., Where they spent Thanksgiving with Mr. Wunderlich's mother, Mrs. W. J. Wunderllch Sr., and family. They motored there Tuesday. Mirs. Ralph Robinson and son, Terry, of Wilson, will come here Saturday in order that Terry may undergo a tonsilectomy at Walls hospital. While here, they will be guests of Mrs. Robinson's sisters, Mrs. Eddie Regenold and Mrs. Tom Phillips, and families. Hugh Nelson Thompson, .Sr., who has been working in DuPont factory in Memphis, has returned home; Dr. and Mrs. Paul L. Tipton spent Thanksgiving in CaruthersvIHe with Dr. Tipton's - sisters, Mrs. C. "G. Ross and Mrs. J. L. James, anji families. Mrs. John Cocke, of Memphis, has come for a visit with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Marvin Nunn, and family. She plans to" be here through Thanksgiving. ; Mi.is Cove Pearce, who has been technician at Johnson-Mahan Clinic here, has returned to her home in •Little Rock. Mr. and Mrs. M/C. Cooke Jr., who have been residing at the E. ,F. Blomeyer home,* 1016 West Hearn street, will move the first of .Hie month into the house on the Armorel road formerly occupied by the Algie Bishops. ,Mrs. Paul L. Tipton returned Sunday from a week's .trip to New Orleans, Biloxi and points along the coast. She went with Mrs. Charles G. Ross and Mrs. J. L. James, both of Carufchersville, Mrs. A. H. Moody of Dyersjurg and Mi's. A. S. Mcbaniel of Seuath. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 22. 1940 Many From Section Joining Armed Forces Recruits for the Army, Navy 'arid Marine corps continue to sign up from this section. Among those ho recently have been accepted are: Army—John R "Adams, 21, of Pecan Point reenlisting; Harry S. Parnell', 19 cabinet-maker of Wilson; Harvie L. Floyd, 25, farmer of Reiser William A. Lawrence, 19, of "Osceola- Henry C. Smith, 22, farmer, of Luxofa; James A. Freeman of Dyess; Thomas A. Walker, 20 of 1 Osceola, re-enlisting after serving m the Philfppihe Islands. Marine—Carlos Lightfoofc "Reddoch, 18, student, of Joinpr Navy—Brinkley Griffin Canada, 17, of Wilson. , ,, BlytlimUc Hospital W. D. Wood, city, admitted. Memphis Baptist Hospital B. E. Streetcr, Wilson, admitted. At The Hospitals Walls Hospital Mrs. Gwin Holland, Cooler, ad mitted. Mrs. W. L. Smith, Armorel, ad mitted. R. B. Love, Steelc, adiiiitted. Mrs. Victoria Gilbert, city, dis missed. John Williams, Leachvillc, dis missed. * RMfetMM to*. FEMALE FUNCTIONAL COMPLAINTS Try Lydla E. mnkham's Vegetable Compound to help relieve ALSO calm Irrtta^e,*'r€^tle6s i nerws Plnkham's Compound is aimpiy marvelous to help build up resistance for such weak, tired women. Try it' CHRISTMAS SPECIAL! •J—5x7 Easel Photos, one in ' gold tone tinted in Natural Colors. . LIMITED ! TIME ONLY..... BELT'S STUDIO Phone 809 Seventy-two per cent of the world's coffee supply comes from Brazil's 2,000,000,000 coffee trees. CARD OF THANKS The family of the late Eddie Sue Sutton greatly appreciates the kindness shown during their recent sorrow, especially that of the Promised Land School teachers. £AMOROLINE BURN^V WHITE PETROLEUM JftLY TONIGHT SAY "GOOD NIGHT" ,to colds' tniserwe. Slip away from achey muscles, sniffles, into sleep. Here's dou- ul ~ UJ ~ * v ~k acta almost instantly, Rub^ Pir,35c BINGO PARTY Monday, Novl 25 8:00 P.M. ARMOREL SCHOOL HOUSE Sponsored by the Armorel P. T. A. GRAND PRIZE TURKEY £#. Other .Prizes' Include l|HAMS. CAKES, EGGS. , CHICKENS No 48-Hour Week For Your Eyes i They uork on an average ol| 18 houts Q. day . . . seven | days a week. TliaT means 112 hours a ;rcek/Ko wonder so No ivonder so many need; glasses before thev realize it.) It wDl ipay you' to have'a^ complete'examination by Dr.) WHAT THE M6S9ASE TO GARCIA WA« FOR FRESHER TOMORROW Buy graduate op- Latest A , Equipment TODAY" G BARD'S fcwcby\A.6plieil Store' PHONE GIG ' H>6 W. MAIN Modern Santas get fun out of Christmas shopping}! (They let our catalog order girl do the work!) First, they thumt through Ihe pages'of our special Christmas catalog. Right :it their fingertips, they find a greater voriety of gifts than" you'd find by trudging through the biggest department stork Then, these modern-Santos turn their gift lists over to. ourf Catalog order girl end she has the merchandise rushed hereof once from our Warehouse ; ; ; unless we already have it here in stock. Why not join these modern Santas this year! You'll be surprised how many more gifts you can buy . . .at Wards low prices! In our catalog order department, you can buy at our catalog prices without even buying a slamp or a money-order! You can eyen^aye^as much as % of the usual'shipping cost. JL ••'•'.-• ' ,'',:'; The Best Place to Buy Anything Is . . . MONTGOMERY WARD RAW MILK CUSTOMERS Due to ^unjust publicity given we local dairymen, we wish to thank you for *your pavSt patronage and hope to serve you in the future 'as--faithfully as we have tried in the past. , • Dickinson Dairy Faughf s Dairy Halsell Dairy Robinson Dairy Specials For Saturday! HAIR&TWEED ATS Made to s>cU J fbr 5i(>.0;> . . . you save §6.'95 on thfc> special purchase ,sa!c price. Cheose from single, double breasted box coats, wrap-arounds, reefers. Expertly tailored ttt camel hair and wocl . . .and in fine, lon^-lifr tweed fabrics. All rayon batin lined and interlined for colder weather. Blacks;?, wines, soldier blues, browns,.naturals, greys. CAMEL HAIR COATS EXACTLY AS PKTURED 88 Sizes 12-44 and 9-17 New MANNISH SUITS Hard finish, worsted .suits lhal shout, "style" on every occasion, and yet. are offered at only a fraction o't" the price you would ordinarily expecl to pav. Blacks. Uues, pencil stripes and pastel, shades. Regular $12.!)5 value. ESS Bonnie Suede In Newest I>asM Shades! tiovely Sheer Wools! Expensively dclailed . . . copies of high priced :f«CH - . : with'young flared'skirts, contrast- ''",-,'. '.•''"••' '•' V -"' • trims, long or 3/4 sleeves. Wear yours for daytime . .' . dress-up! ^uede Jersey t plaids. Blacks, wines, soldier, lilues^ browns; dusty pinks, aquas. Sizes.9 to 17,'" , '<

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