The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 6, 1943 · Page 2
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BLYTHEVILLE, (A*K.)' COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, APRIL C, 1943 - Mrs. Hollipeter Honored , The Woman's Society of Christian Service, First Methodist Church, met for a business meet- £lg and Mission Study yestoidnj afternoon at (lie church with Mis 13. A.-Lynch in charge. • Mrs. Lynch's topic was ','Econoin- fcal Basis; of Peace." The devotional, given by Mrs. M. O. Usrey •tras based on "Peace." '.The following people took part on the program: "Colonial Government and Colonial People," Mis Paul Jobe; ''Economical System," Mrs. Rlley B. Joues, a'nd Mrs. Frect McOhee told about the MaHeiii conference at Malveln College In England, last yeai. I.Tno president, Mrs. Jnmes Hill, presided over the business session Arid. Ihe'iheedng was closed with jj'ayer by Mis G W Pyles .. After the regular study and business, a tea was given complimcnt- •iiig Mrs. w: Vf. Holllpcter, for ipnny years-an active member of Hiis group" Many gifts were pre- t-nited by old -and new friends prior to her leaving for Nnslivllle, Term., where she will make her home. Mrs.'•Hollhielcr Is joining Miss Adah Donoho, also n . Blytheville resident, who lives at a home operated .by the Catholic church. Miss Shaver Heads Group --The Delta Delta Club met with Miss Elizabeth Ann Wilson last riight for the regular business meeting nnd election of officers. The president tar the new year will bs Miss Margaret Shaver with Mrs. J. Fan-Is McCiilla ns vice president, Miss Mildred Lou Hubbard, recording secretary; Miss Mn- jiari Tompkins, .corresponding secretory and Miss Wilson, treasurer. The hostess sened a sandwich plaie and cold drinks at the close of the meeting. Marie Walden Weds Miss Mailc Walden, daughter of MR and Mr s John Nelson Wal- ae«, became tne bride of Duff Galthei of Memphis m n ceremony perroiincd Pilday nishl In Augus- ., T ' 1C """Tinge took place at First Methodist Church with the Rev Jefferson , Sherman, formerly of hci-c ' and now of Newport Ark "crfoiining tho iltcs. The lii We wore n powder Mui? (tress with n navy blue red-ln-gotc style coat bound with snlhi lo ma ch the dress. She wore a matching hnt and navy blue reji- lllc accessories Her-corsage wn s of gardenias The couple left for a short wedding tilp and upon their irturn will be at home at istio Court Memphis. Mis. Calthei was graduated from Bythevllle High sehool and was ,\ltl) the Shrine nnd fWidler law firm ns a secretary unlit several years ago when aha went lo Mem- )nls to be associated with a firm there. Mr. Gaither was graduated from Aten(ph!s University School and attended Southwestern, where he was a member or Kappa Alpha fraternity. He. Is w llh the Joyncr- '•"»•'' Real Estate Co Social Calendar WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS ..Mrs, Cornelius Modlnger entertaining Town and Country Club. ADC Club meeting with Mrs, James Terry Wednesday Bridge Club will meet with Mrs. Charles Rose. Mrs. V. G. Holland entertaining Wednesday Contract Club. 'B and L. Club meeting with Mrs. Beatrice- Downs. C B C Club meeting with Mrs. Fred Bean ^Elmsood Cemetery Association meeting with Mrs. M. G. Goodwin, 2;30 p. m. Sudbury Parent Teacher Association meeting at school. 3 o'clock' ffillovung executive board meeting, 2.30 p m .'''•';' .Sisterhood ot Temple : Israel meeting 8 o clock with Mrs. L. K Harwarg in Osceoln. x THURSDAY S EVENTS 'Mid-Week Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. H. H. Houchins. Mrs A G Little .entertaining Thursday Luncheon Club. -Triple Table Club meeting with Mrs W B' Nally - iMrs.i.Graham Sudbury will entertain Club Eight ,Mrs Henry Humphreys entertaining Thursday Contract Club. Doubls Pour Club meeting with Mis A E Henry. SATURDAY'S EVENTS .Cotillion club sill meet Saturday mght for a 'kid" party at Legion Hut >IAIIY laVON'Ni: VlAll WKDS MKU'f. KHOENE IIAIU3KTT Miss Mary LnVoniiG Vlar and eiit. Eugene Hargctl, both of Blytheville, were married at the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. R. n. Torrcnce 2211 Barnard Avenue, Waco, Texas Saturday Mmch 27 »t C:3ti p m' with the Rev. G. r>. Comer performing Uic riles. Thu bride wore'a light' Uuc wool suit and her corsage was of gardenias. Mrs. Torrence, hor matron of ; honor, wore black with green ac- 'ccssorles and a corsage of white l carnations. Lieut. John P. Burns was brat man and ushers were, Lieut. Hobert Owen, Lieut. C. S. Torrcnce ami Corp. Arvis Gene Sykes, all Blythcvilic friends of the bridegroom. Mrs. Iiargett Is the daughter of Mrs. Aliiry Sue Vinr, nnd tlio bridegroom the son of Mrs. >J. G Hires both of BlythcvlHc. Lieutenant and Mrs. Hnrgett will live at Delton, Texas where lie is stationed at Cnmp Hood with the Tank Destroyer Division of the Army. • • • NEW MEMlJF.Il IS ADDED TO THREE QUADS CLUB Mrs. Raymond Mnson bccnmo n new member of the Three Quads Club with Mrs. Arden Crowdcr tho only guest, when the group met with Mrs. Norman Bunch last night at her home. ,- > .In (he bunco games, high score was awarded lo (Mrs. C. B KlenJ; Mrs. Norman Bunch, low; Mrs. Don Edwards,. bunco, ami Mrs. Turner Kisscll. consolation. To Honor Visitor Mrs. Tom Campbell of Llltle Hock, who has arrived lo spend sever;)! day.s ivllli her daughter, MIS. Walter Pope, and Mr. Pope, Is lo be complimented wllh two affairs while here. Her hostess will cnlcrtnln will) .1 coca-cola party tomorrow morning, 10 o'clock, at the Pope home. Mrs. Cccl) Shane ami Mrs. J. 11. Klklns will be hostesses to a dessert lirldye tomorrow, afternoon at the Hhatin home for Mrs. Campbell. The 18 guests will gather at 2 o'clock, Mrs, Campbell arrived yesterday with Mr. and Mrs, Pope and Mrs. J. Louis Cherry meeting her In Mempht.i. MEETING AT DELI, roil CIIIJHCII UKOUF The Mission Study group ot Woman's Council, First Christian Church, met yesterday aftcroon at lie home of Mrs. Tom F. Martin of Dell with Mrs. V. O. Miller and M!sa Virginia Martin as co-hostesses. ' Spring flowers were used through, out (lie rooms of the where Ihe guests were entertained. The subject for lhe dcvoltonnl. jlven by Mrs. Harry Brown, was •Universal Faith". She was nssls(cd »y Mrs. M. Flt/slmmons wlio ijavo :hc mlplure tlicmc, after which Mrs. Brown dismissed the meeting with prnycr. Mrs. James Terry, In charge ot the regular program, had as her topic, "Outlines of Argentina". She wiis assisted by Mis. Russell Barham whose topic was "Buenos Aires, Argentina", Mrs. W. D. Cobb, who talked on "Church Life of the People," Mrs. John C. MeHnney, whose subject was "Other Union Enterprises", nnd Mrs. n. a. Balrd, who discussed "Excerpts Prom a Diary of a. Mother." Mrs. Oeorgc W, Uarham presided over the business session at whicl time group reports were given. Th< Faith group rcporled a new member. Mrs. Gilbert Rhodes. Mrs. C. H Walker, now member of lhe Hop Group, was present. DAUGHTER IS BOftN TO EA11I, HltOWXI.EES A rtniiglHeT wax bonf Sunday nt niythcvlllc Hospital lo Mr. ami Mrs Eiirl Brownlce of Dell. The br.by hns been named -Mary Mrs. Brownlce was formerly Miss Hazel Thornton of Dell. Women who suffer SIMPLE AN6MIA If lock of blood-iron makes you pale weak, "clrafiBCCl out"—try Lytlln Pink- Jmms TABLns—one of Die best nnrt (julckcst Jiome ways to liclp bultd up r«! blood to c« more ttronstli nnd promote a more vigorous bloortstrenm in such cases. Pinkliain'fl Tnlilots nrc one or the [jrmtcst blood-Iron tonlcn J-ou can buy! Follow ioUct directions NOTICE-FOOT SUPFEUERS Now al Hotel Cioff. 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Bos OITIrc Opciw UMS Show Slarls 7:00 Cdnllnuom Slwns Sat. and San Tuesday & Wednesday Treat 'Em Rouh With Pcsjy Aiornu and Albert Selt-cted Shorfs LUNCHEON MEET HEU) itv orncKits, OIIAIHMKN The Kxecutivc Hoard of Woman's Auxiliary, First Presbyterian Church, held its first meeting of thi> church year Monday when the ({roup met for n luncheon meeting at (lie church. A period of Instruction to new of/Iccis and Cause secretaries was filvon by the president of the board, Mrs. )). C. McLean, Mrs. nay Worthlngtoii and Mrs. James Over- bolter, prior, to the bii.siiie.is session. Mrs. ffoss Stevens, the new treasurer, presented the budget .with recommendations thai two $100 War Bowls be pwchai-ed with the money left over from last year. Clhw reports relative to different Phases of work were given. ICKLftS'J'itFFS HONOR I.OCAI, AIR IJASR COUPLE. Mr. nntl Mrs, W. A. Blckerslnff enterliiincd several couples Sun- <lnj' night, honoring Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jennings, chief of fire de- parlmeiil nl Ulylhevillo Aniiy Air Base, because It was their nth wedding anniversary. ItcfieshmenU were served at the close of the evening. Manila News Miss Beatrice Maynnrd, dauthter of MIS. Rosa Maynard of Manila, Ark,, enlisted In the WAACs and is awaiting tmllicr orders. Hobcrt Palmer of Manila, station. «l with the Army in Baltimore wns married to Miss Elhel Davis of Baltimore, in a ceremony solemn- ised at Ihe home of the bride's par- I'lllS, • Mr. and Mrs. Ira. Walklns are announcing Die marriage of thjlr daughter, Helen Muriel, to u Chnrles 'M. Hunler Jr., of Scranl6h ; The wedding ^^ solemnized Wednesday, March 31, at Smyrna Air Base Chn|>c), near Nashville lenn. ' The bride's nllendnnls were lier sister, Mrs. Joliti OslMrne and Itflss Prances Hunter, slslcr of the bride- gioom. » Tirird Brother In Wlison Family Now In Service .There nrc now three bine stars on the service Hag in the window ?•„. omc of Mr - all(i Mrs. Jack Wilson. There were two until rtus- sell Wilson enlisted In the Navy last week, followlne his brothers USE m TABLETS. SAIVE, NOSE DRQP5 Into service. i Second Lieut. Jack Wilson is In the Army In Alaska as an engineer. Pfc. Jlpjiry s. Wilson is In the Signal Corps, .stationed In Wilmington, Va., after IrnvJng entered'H)c Army Dec. '2. JJu.ssell, after his enlistment. In the Navy, has been sent to San Diego for Irninitijf. Completes Trade Course Mis. Roy Calvin has completed Men, Women! Old? Get New Pep, Vim Feel Years Younger . tin vtllti Oiut\ lttn jie*ilfil by I , JicUny vliauilti . »LrciTon(t.-'raW* Or KAV1-. MOSIA'— KCI rttni Trial il:e 31c. bjk about iLe I»!K ujoncy^jiyjflc "Krojionjj 1 " tlte Uou'l Da old. atari lecljjjs ['Vffy. >*>uDgcr. trxlay. It fill Uriiij stores I'Vfryuhi-n! — ii\ Ilicvlllr, at Kirlif Drue. Mio course of Aircraft Sheet McUl nml Hlvcting nt the Arkansiu; Trado School. LJttlc Rock, and was presented a certificate for special war production Lrnluin?, by Ihe cxecu- tJve director of the school. Slip plans to begin defense work JimncdJnlcly. All liniiofliiiit Announoemcnt Concerning TOOI) K A T I 0 N I N <! ! MthoiiBh it Is unlikely that lhe new Government program of rationing will mean actual hunger for us at home—It may mean that many will sulfer from n VITAMIN DEFICIENCY caused by unbalanced meals —unless their diet Is supplemented with concentrated vitamins. If you will stop at our slore. we will be happy lo recommend the vitamins which will balance your dally requirements. Wood's Drug Store lUA'THEVIU.E, ARK. 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