PAOarTWO BLYTHEV1LLE. JARK.); (COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 1943 Dinner Dance Attended By Club 28 and Guests Club 28 met last night'at eight o'clock for dinner and dancing at (he \yoaimVs Club »hen Mr. an?; Mrs Chester CaMuell. Mr. mid Mrs. Fdgal P Borum and Mr. and Mrs Ro'co crnflon were hosts and hostesses to the members and a number of guests. Spilng flwcisifere used as dec- oriiion throughout the club house where Seigt Don Scrlbner furnished organ music Guests \iwe' Mr and Mrs C. W. Qsmigin, Mr. and Mrs Randolph Smith, Mr. and Mrs Freemjn Robinson Mi. and i\frs Arthur Vance, Mr. rind Mrs. V. O, Miller, Mr, nnU Mrs. Bill Crawford, Mr. and Mrs. Dixie Crawford, Mr. and Mrs. Elley B. Jones,'.Mr. 'and Mrs: Louts ;.Ap : pletaum put o( tovni guests wove Mr and (Mrs.-AIM:-Hill who.'<ife'.vis- iting Mr. and Mrs..Eddie -'Rcgcnold of Arm'orcl. «,-....» .. 4 * » Honorary Society Group • Has Supper Yesterday Old members entertained .new members of the National Honorary Society of Blylheville High school' Wednesday night with a supper nt Ihe Rustic Inn. New members initialed Wednesday morning at High School .-In an" impressive candle-lighting cere- inonv were: kathsrlnh Wnll, Beu- Inh Mnllins, Elolse Hindiiian, Rulh pnlsham, Mary Reichcl, Maxine Harris; Harry Hnines, J. W. Rodcn, Mary Moore, Philip Heed and Calvin Hollingswortli. Old ihembers aM: Mason Day, Gwendolyn" Orr, Lloyd Blomeyef, Gregory Atkins, Billy BromyBetsy Buchanan,-Earl Danlels'o'n and QaII Elch. Gall Elch is'president of .this group with Bctiy-Buchnimn 'secretary ant! tfcamrer. : - ; .'•'• , • * «..'.. -..-. . . : - Cliib, Giiesls HdnorecT;. • Mrs. W. J. Wuhderltdi and Mrs: James H. Bell enlcrtsunert members of the Thursday Luncheon Club Riid Mrs. Jomes_ Kemlrick, Mrs. •.Vance 1 Norflcei, Mrs. E. R- Lancashire, Mrs. Paul Pfeuss, Mrs Godfrey White of Osceoln, and. Mrs Harry Kirby yesterday afternoon for a party. The entertaining rooms of the Wuntierlich home were decorated with daisies and jonquils where the triree tables of. guests were served a two-course luncheon and ..played bridge. . • Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Nor--.-.:fleet SOT high among the guests; 1 Mrs. ^Russell Phillips received dc- feiise stamps for-;the ,>club'.'high prize with Mrs. R. F. Kirshner second. ', ; • .. .'.'..., - * * • CLUB EIGHT ENTERTAINED WEDNESDAY BY MRS. BURNS Bride-Elect Honored • Mrs Vance Henderson and Miss Rowcna Cole entertained with a miscellaneous shower last night, In hnnor of Miss Ernestine Smith whose manlage to First Lieut. Raymond E Cobble of Blylheville Aimy Ah rigid will |,e- .solemnl/cd Sunday afternoon. In keeping with (he day - the bride-clccl wns first showered with April Pool glfU before being given An Interesting assortment of glfls. The home of'Mrs. Vance Henderson where HID 10 guests played bunco, was beautifully decorated with Spring t)lnssoin.s. In the games, pi IMS were nwaid- ed Mrs. Ftoyd Tliarp, for high; Mrs. George \V, Sinllh, bunco ohd iMiss Dnlcic Smith, low. . Tli6 hostesses served sandwiches with cookies nnd cold drinks for refreshments, - ... j Mrs. Ge'brgv. W. Smllh, molher of the brlde-elecl, will entertain the wedding parly lohight with n rehearsal dinner at her home for the final number of affairs given sine; the engagement recently wa.s imnounccd. - TRIPI,E TABLE .ftiiiJH MEETS FOK WEEKLY BRIDGE (JAM*: The Triple Table club met yesterday afternoon with Mis. Sam Elkcs. Miss '• Floye Wlngficld wns the only guest. in Ihe bridge games, nigh score prize wns won by the ho.stc.5s with Mrs. w. B. Nnlly winning second high. : Pio and coffee was served at the conclusion of Ihe games. * * * TWO CHESTS ATTEND Hi:!i>c:i: CLUI? PARTY. ; The Thursday Contrail Club met yesterday afternoon with Mrs. G. Ci. Candill nt which Mrs. Marvin Robinson and Mrs. 11. W. Wylie gufrsls. Mrs, libbliispn wa.s iwardcd defense stamps for high core prize nnd Mrs. Henry Hnni- ilircys,-second high. The hosles.s served a sandwich >lalc ami cold drinks for refrosh- nenls til liie conclusion ,of the Spring flowers were used througli- onl Ihe house for decornlioii. * * * Al,I, MEMBEitS ATTEND MID-WEEK BRIDGE Ci.UB. Mrs. W. U Hofiier entertained ihc Mid-Week Bridge Club yesterday nflcrnoon when nil members srn present. Yellow jonquils decorated the rooriis where the guesls were served Hie one-course luncheon and played bridge. Mrs. Harry Haliier, wns awarded the high score prize. * • * K AST Kit'HUNT, I'AIITY GIVEN BY' S. S. CLASS' The I'hebleii Sunday School Class, First Baptist Church, met, last night at. Hie church for old fashioned Easier egg hunt and placed \n the center of Gipscy Sinitli Jr. Inherited Desii'e For Clinrch Work Olpsey Smith Jr., famous evangelist, who will open Sunday at a two week's revival at the First liapttst Church, Blghth and Walnut Streets, will arrive In the. city tomorrow, the liev. o. j. chas- tain, pastor of the First Baptist Church, announced today. Mr. smith will be accompanied by his wife. They will come direct from Jackson, Miss., where the evangelist has been recovering from a major operation. Mr. ciiastalh said that plans are complete to handle the largest crowds in history of flic church. An extra corps of ushers have been Selected from the .church to handle the anticipated crowds. For the convenience of those who may not be seated In the auditorium a loud speaker has tjccii Installed In the Young. People's . assembly room, Mr. chiistatn said. Kru'rn (ilpsty Family The renowned evniigellst comes from a glpscy family in England. His grandfather became converted five sons entered the minis- Including Gipscy Smith Sr., of (he coining evangelist. 13 members of the Sinllh and try, father In all family have engaged in religious work. dlpsby Smith Sr., who recently came to America again after a 'Islt in England, Is now In his 82nd •ear. Tlietfather has been jii'each- ng for 'approximately (!•! years. Former Merchant Marine Smith Jr., ufler eight •ears as a seaman with the Bril- .sh Merchant Marine, came to the United Slates, studied in colleges and seminaries in this country and since his graduation In 1915 ias been active In evangelistic yoi'k. He became a naturalized American in lltHO. He has" preached from one end of the nation to .lie. other, frecpienlly in tabernacles and. under huge- 'tents', as Well as nany churches, ills revival!' have been rnarked by widespread interest In the church, according 16 re- :>brfs herd. Club-.Eighl met .with Mrs. .Sam party.. Burns yesterday afternoon, The ,\ t r . guests were, Mrs: G..S. Barnes and the room held n Invge bowl' of Mrs Rup;rt Criifton I caster eggs surroun'tlcd with varie- answers bclo\y: 1. When there is a stag line may lie man who has been dancing With a Bill cut back In on the man who took her from him? 2. Should a girl refuse to dance with a man who cuts oil her just because she Ls enjoying'danc- ing with the man she is with? Should a girl ajwloglzp to hei partner for her poor dancing? 4, is II all right for a man to excuse himself auci leave his parlhei nlonc after.; finishing'a dance?. 5. Is it llibughtful for a hosless Bits of News Mostly Penonal • Mrs. p. E. Black will go to St. xjuLs Biilurilay to .spend several lays with lier sister, Mrs. W. M. (obinson, and family. 1'vl. Frank. Clrigsby will arrive a llncc-dny furlough MKK. MUSORAVH IIONOIIED Mrs. E. H. Musgrave of Dallas, Texas, was honorec at a rook party given by Mrs. Chris Mchrle and her daughters, Mrs. Gilford Edgerton and Mis. C. Hendrlcks. There were three lables of guesls present for the afternoon, Msr. Musgravc received a lovely gift from her host- e.s.ses. Guests were served an at- Iractlvc salad plate. oday 'I'om Port Worth, Texas, where he s stationed in the Army. Mr. and Mrs, fl. B. Stout, and laughter, Mnry Ann, weril-to Little ?uck tcday lo spend several days vlth Mrs. Stout's p.uents, Mr, nnd Mrs. Fred Bailey. Mrs. Clara Crane of Alton, ill,, arrived last night for a. visit with Mrs. George W. Smith and fainlly, coining- especially (or Die wedding of her niece, Miss Ernestine Siiillh. Another mini, Mrs. Blanche Lake Hannn and daughter, Beverly Jane, of Memphis, will arrive tonight. Mrs. Earl Buckley unit Mrs. Hosco G'rafloh spent Wednesday in Memphis, where they aitchded ii meeting of Region Five Sectional Conference of Girl Scoiit Workers Miss Vera Sallbn. daughter of Dr. and Mrs. J. A. s'allb'a went tn Dcnson, Ark,, today where she will work with Ihe War Department as Asfiocifilc Councilor of Community Welfare Service i n Hi e Jerome Jiipiinc.se Rclocallon, Center there. Mrs. Dicii ilobeijs and mother, Mrs. G.' R. Nave, and son; Dicky, Mrs. Karl Green nnd Mrs. W. H. Stovnll .went lo . Faycltcville yc's- lerdny to visit Richard RoljerLs, Miss I'atty Ann Green and lilll Stovall who attend Ihe University of Ai'knns'ns. They will reUirn Monday. C. A. Cunningham,, whose ankle wns fractured Monday when he fell wlillc stepping Irom a curb, was removed from Blyllieville Hos- pltnl to hLs home. His condition is very good. Miss Maxirie .Harris' is being brought home today, by ambulance, from Memphis Baptist Hospital. .Ueroy Dixon, operator at Du Porit I3cfeiise I'lant at Chlldcrs- bui'K, Ala., spent last week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F T. Dlxon. Mr. aiid Mrs. E. T. . Dixon Jr., and son, Richard Evans, spent .the weekend in Memphis. Pemiscot To Reach Goial In Red Gross War Drive OlSSf.ItVE WKRK OF K'fimV AND J'ltAYKK. Mombcrs of Ihe Uulies Auxiliary of the Presbyterian Chinch ore ob serving .Spiritual Enrichment Week, lii cooperation with other I'resby- leriaii. churches of the 89111)1. are studying the Book of Acts and cacli day's study Is being directed by Mrs. Clifford Edgerlon. O7i Nfondity. the group, met with At the Hospitals Hlyllievlllc Hospital diriltled— Mrs. Lonnle Moore, Huffman. Mrs. L. D. Cloodloe, Ilufl'mnn. Mrs. Earl Browjilce, Dell. Gabriel Mike, Manila. Dismissed— C. A. Cunningham, city. Walls llospflnl Admitlcd— Mrs. Mary ICIlcn Parker, Her- nonilnle, Mo. Mi-s. E, \j. Perry, city. Jestfne White, city. Born to Lieut, and Mrs, F. K. leugc, city, n .son this morning, Jlsmlsscd— Jerry Cable, city. J. W. Tracer. Horiiersville, Mo. Mis, N. W. Helm 20 ladles present. Mrs, E. C.'Pierce was hostess on' Wodricwdy Afternoon and the closing meeting will he held til Ihe lioific of. Mrs. J, I/. VmiAnsdnll on Friday afternoon. ^ • *' » THREE BY TWO CLUB MEETS j>tr. aii'd Mrs. John S. White v.'erc to members of their Three Achnlttc'd— Kiipllst Hospital Mrs. Henry Hodge, Osccola. Mrs. Klma Aiiaslrong, cily. TE ST Pe/roteum Jelly n t?[«^l Moroll rie belw«-n lliiiinV) and " linger. J4>[iK JlljieH prove Morollnc 1 ^ Mulj quality. KCOllii^ (llJ'C^r ni91i. tLaClni. £CCA|1«-.1 uiid uilncr Uilrcil. V(JU Ktl U lut l'ir !i(, Illi'le »!«C, lUt. NO ASPIRIN FASTER tlinn genuine, |iiirc St. Joseph Aspirin World's largest seller ill \0(. None safer none surer. Demand St. Joseph Aspirin ANNOUNCKMENT ot sufferer's, Lylc's l^'ool Balance Service of Memphis will be at Hotel Golf Men., 'IVe.s., Wed, and Tliurs. Bunions, corns, arch trott- (;le. Hcc our new modern method for relief without obligation, Remember April 5th to 8th. COLDS nellcve misery, as most mothers do. Rub theA J|A|>^ throat, chest m Jifl» ^ and back with •* ?.*? •j^ 1 ' time-tested W VAPORUB An I'mp'oriiiiil Announcement Concerning (•001) RATIONING! Althou'eh 11 is unlikely Ihnl the iicw aoveinmenl program of ra- ilonlng will mean actual hunger (or us at homc--it may ineaii that many will suffer from a VITAMIN DEFICIENCY caused by unbalanced men Is — unless their diet, is .supplemented with concentrated vitamins. If you will sto.i) at our store, we will be iiappy to recommend tlie vitamins which will balance your daily rc-r|Uiremcnts. Wood's Drug Store BLY'niKVIM.K, AUK. —^—I^ i Continuous Shows Eiery Day Boi Office Opehg 1:43 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 9:00 a.m. KM p.m. 4:30 pni. Lrist TiiriD Today Palm Beach Story' willi Olaudcltc Ciitbeit aim .Iftel .^TcCrca Paramount News and Slinrt Subjftls. SATURDAY CARUTHERSV1LLE, April 2.—With seven communities to be heard from runt} Drive the , Red 'Cross War goal of. $20,000 for Peinlsebt County is' practically as- Tn the bridge games high seme lies of Easter novelties, candies was awarded Mrs H O Partlow find favors, in keeping with Ihe nnd second high to Mrs Barnes Spring [loners were used throughout Ihe rOdhis where the guests party theme. An Easter message in poetry was were entertained For refrcshmsnta Die devotional i-cnd by Mrs. victor Stilwell for the hostess served a sand si eh plato and cold drinks * • • MRS. FEISBY ENTERTAINS DOUBLE FOUR BRIDGE CLUB. Double Four Club met sesteiday afternoon ylfh Mrs Howard Frls- by. Mrs. jocft Foster was the only guest; In the bridge games high score \\as presented to Mrs A B Henry with Mrs.. .Theodore Logan winniiig second high; The hostess s'erved cookies Riid cold driiiks for refreshments. Mrs. Roy Head Is the leachef of this groiip. MIND YOUR MANNERS «». •. Test your knowlcclgc of correct social usajie by answering the follon-ing questions, llien chcck- in(f agalnsl the aiithoi llalive Red, white, and blue are the world's favorite colors for flags. clay. The present totnl is $10,209.75 for Ihe county, and many cbmriui- iittlcs oversubscribed as •much as Invo hundred percent tho' f]iiota set for the respective community The quota for Oaruthersvllle was $•5,000, which was oversubscribed by more tlian $1000, the total bring $7,01li.70, . , Women Visit Steele to offer cigarets to bolh her men sured.' It was Biinbiiiiral'i'.Thurs.- luul women guests even (hough fihe docs not smoke herself? . What would you do If—You are at n parly'mid someone whose naiiie you can't remember comes up to you nnd says, "Do you remember me?" (a) Say, "Yes, of course. But for the moment ] cnn't remember your mime"? (b) Say, "Yes, of course. How are you"? 1. No. H6 should watt until she is 'dancing with someone else 2. No. 3. No. It creates embarrassment aiid Is likely to make lief ev6u more sclf-cpnseioiis. 4. It Is courteous to sec Hint she is taken care of first. fi. Yes. Better "What Would You Do" solution—(a) Is safer if you arc afraid you may have to inhkc nn Introduction. By TWO Club. 'Mi 1 , and Mrs. Geoi'ge k. Reeves of Now Vork City, former members, were ijuest.s. Mrs. belbert Harper and Lloyd Rogers were high scorers for the evening and received bath powder and a tie as their (jift.s. Mrs. White served shrimp salad with crackers and coffee. * * * : 'Mrs. Edward James, assisted, by Mrs'. Jiinmie Tipton, entertained for members of her two-table Monday Night Conlracl Club this week. Mrs. John While held high score and received cards. The bridgo Award. Kleenex, went lo Mrs. 6. Hendricks. Tiic hostess served refrigerator pic with coffee. • • • '. John Dale, seaman 1st class, U. S. Navy, and Mrs. Dale have announced the birth of a son, horn at Corpus Chrlsli, Texas, where Sen- man Dale is stationed. Mrs. Dale before her marriage was Miss Editl Byrn of this city. ,6gt. and'Mrs. Wallace Buchanan, who liaVe. been visiting relallvcs lere the past 10 days left for Wilmington, N. c., where Sergeant Buchanan will enter an Officers Candidate Training School 'Lieut. John England with the Army Air Corps is. now stationed at Tonapnh.-Neviula, whore he will liike .six weeks Intensive training in conibal flying. Mrs. Margaret Under and daughter, Miss Oayle Normeiit-, accompanied by Miss Cynthia Robinson left Wednesday for Sacramento Calif., where tluy will visit with Lirul. W. V. Hobinson Jr., who is Stationed at Mather Field with Ihe Army Air Corps. While there Mrs Under nnd Miss Robinson will attend (he wedding of Miss Norment ami Lieut. Robinson. THE OLD JUDGE SAYS... "HoW about joinin' us in a game, Judge?.., I'U droj) oul for a while." "Sorry, Phil, but t can't today...I'm oh my way up to the hospital to see how Frank's wife is coming along. I just dropped by to give you the answer to that Question you asked me about synthc lie rubber yesterd ay in the' barber shop. I looked it up and found out that ihe beverage distilling industry's .- facilities for producing grain alcohol make it | • possible to include 200,000 tons of rubber from gram in the government's 870,000 Ion synthetic rubber program. "I also verified the fact that no distiller is making whiskey today. They all stopped making \vhiskey last year and arc working night and day, 7 days a week, producing war hlcohol for the government...for smokeless powder, chemical warfare hiaterials, medical supplies, as well as for synthetic rubber. It's a mighty good thing these distilleries were in existence ready to do this important job." , The Promised Land Women's £o6iely of Cliilstinn Service iiio- lored to Stcele, Mo., Tuesday .(o ijliehcl the day with a former member, Mrs. AgneS Mnrr., A,pot hick luncheon was • served • followed by ii business me.eliUB after which the group enjoyed a s'acliil ho'uf. , Those present froin Projnised Laml and niytheville were, Mrs. Starling Yoiuig, Mrs. Emmctt WI1- 5011, Mrs. Janios McGaughcy, Mrs. yernon Marr, Mrs. Eva Skeltcm, Mrs. J. T. Sykes, Mrs. Noreiia Hodge, Mrs. Hubert Mitchell, Mrs. Marcus Oalncs, Mrs. D. O. Hirid- man, Mrs. Thomas Moore and Miss Muriel Marr. This group will work In the sewing room on Tuesday Blylheville Army Air Field from 1L30 16 5:00 p. m. IS EPILEPSY INHERITED? WHAT CAUSES IT? A booklet conlelning the opinion of f«m- ( ouj doctors onjhis TntefeiKng subfKt wH] lx! sen! 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