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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, May 21, 1943
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BLTTHBVILLB (ARK.X COURffiE NEWS FRIDAY, MAY 21,-1943 Bride-Elect Announces Plan's For June Wedding Elms, for 'the wedding of Miss Elizabeth C»lhoun Phillips, daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Russell Phillips, to Lieut. Robert Oliver Philips ot»the Army Air Forces, son of Mrs. William O»ri Phillips oft.But.ler, Penn, are, being au- nouii<id' today. Tire wtddlng, an important event 'bf'rBlythevllle: society, is -to be solemnized Saturday night, June 12-at the.Blythevllle Country Club. The Rev.' R: Scott-Balrd, pastor of First Christian Church, will perform , t rre riies a t 8:30 o'clock. Miss Phillips, who will be given in marriage : by her father, has chosen for maid of.honor, Miss Nelda ~Majuie of Meridian, Miss., her roommate at Ward Belmont, Nashville, Tenn. Matron of honor »111 be the bride-elect's cousin, Mrs Howafd Ford of Fort Beativoir, Va,, the former Miss Alice Utz of Nashville, wlib has"-visited here. frequently. 'Bridesmaids-.will' be Miss Ntmcy Ann Hughes and Miss Julia Wade Koehlltzky of. Columbus, Miss., daughter of Mr. aim Mrs. Otto Kochtltzky who. lived here for a number of years Lieutenant Phillips will announce his'attendants later, after definite leaves'have beeir obtained by fellow officers. Music for-the ceremony will be gnen by the bride-elects cousin, Bernard Gobch, organist, and Mrs. Pi ill L Tlpton, vocalist. ' A reception will fpllow the mar- rlage~servlce at the Country Club. A "'number of parties are being planned foi Miss Phillips following her->arrival home June 1 from school; Buses, like people, have different personalities. Some of lliom arc docile creatures which roll along smoothly, others bulk nn<l stall am! grumble n't every turn. Mrs. Given' Anderson Is very happy with her bus, Kxcept that its motor stalls. Mrs. Anderson Is one of five women who've taken over the wheel for n I/mg Island bus company.* SERVES; REFRESHMENTS FOLLOWING REHEARSAL • Aft*r' ; a strenuous rehearsal ycs- teiday,' afternoon, members of the HiglWSchpol Glee Club v«re surprised' to find Mrs George Lee nwalttrig them ulth ice cream, cookies and mints Tlie refreshments were especially welcoine because trie work had been long and tedious Members of the group, directed by Miss Caroline Haley, arc planning; special music for commencement and baccalaureate ex- "Wheii you do this Job nil the * lime," she says, explaining the female point of view on commercial driving, "a good bus with a comfortable seat, not too much roll and a good run mean, a lot." Blonde, plesant faced Mr.s. Anderson thinks driving a bus Is a fine way to live. "1 like It," she says,, "because 1 don't have lo lalk to people. 1 can sit with my own thoughts." Mrs. Anderson says some of the old time drivers resent the sudden Influx of women. !!ut most of them, she says, are very helpful and Mud. "Sometimes 1 lose lime," she admits frankly. "Then the hoys run ahead of me and pick up a few corners so I con yo throiich. They wouldn't do lliat if they Objected much lo girls." The old lihic drivers will probably come around lo thinking Ihe girls are toils. For age can be as Flexible as youth, as Mrs-; clmye Kalnllsky has proved. Mrs. Kalnllsky Is' nhywhcYc from 96 lo 105 years old. She doesn't know for certain, for all records of her birth date have been lost. At tbts advanced age she's suddenly discovered she has genius — a talent which has lain dormant for at least 93 years. Her tnlent lies In,what Is called Impressionistic sewing, u type of decorative needle work done without following any particular pal- terli. Shopping bags, rugs, and tapestries flow from tlie deft fingers of this tiny white haired old lady who weighs only 80 pounds, aiie Is gay and'agile In .spile of her years nnd the master of 'five anguages. Her sewing bees take place In Hiooklyn Home for the-Aged where in occupational therapist discovered "\ft aptitude several years ago. Since then .she has turned out inch beautiful work that ..some of .1 has been exhibited in New York Mrs. Kalnllsky's old nue lias been lltle disturbed by the war. .She Is :hc exception who proves the rule .hat American women's live. 1 are now very dflfcrcnt from the way they were. Hunter college In New York Is the world's largest college for women, Tlic altitudes and cx]>oi'lcncp.s of Ito stiulfnts can he considered pretty typical of American young women in general. Recently a poll was conducted lo sec what effect tlic war was having on student marriages am engagements. It wns discovered that more than half of the college wives were, newlyweds Who had not decided to marry until afler their prospective husbands had ben Inductd. In oilier words the imminence of active service greatly speeded up the nmrrlagc rale. Half- ihe girls are married to army men. Questionnaires were also dislrl- bulcd among the engaged girls at Hunter. Of Iliese, (il |X?rcenl t'nink It's wiser and .safer to wait until the war's over before laklng the big slop. Thirty percent plan lo get marriage licenses with their sheepskins when they graduate in June. And tho other nine percent just can't decide when to lake Ihclr vows. Bits of News Mostly Perwnal **"**™^~""'-**''^ F ' ' Mrs. )', 11. Culler is finite II) at iff home here. Mrs. Cornelius Modinger and Mrs. J. F. l.enll spent today h Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. James H. Gill am son. Gary Wayne, have rcturnet from • Columbia, 8. C,, where the 1 visited Mr. Gill's brother, Lieut lilcliard V. Oil], anil Mrs. Gill While llii'j'C Ilir-y vlslletl Die Ills torli; city of Charleston, S. C., nm many points of Interest on tin const line. They were nwny fo two weeks. Mr. mid Mrs. II. C;. Filsby wll go 'to Memphis next week whcr they will make their home, Mi Frl.sby ha.s accepted a posltloi there. Mrs. Dull Galther of Memphl will spend the weekend here will Native Used Sand To Cure Wound Of Keiser Flier (Continued from Pace I) littli! shark, but It was like chew- :ig rubber. We ate some of the ivcr and it made us sick. "Some surface craft apj>eai'cd on lie horlzonc. and we tried to al- ract attention until we found out t was a Jap naval task'force. They didn't see us, Later two more planes lew over and we flashed mirrors it thcin but they also turned out, o be Japs and we stopped sglnal- ing. her molhor, Mrs. Waktcr who recently underwent a tonsil Icctomy. Mrs, Ualther is the for mcr MlF.s Marie Wnldcn. LUNCHEON CLUB GUESTS OF'MRS.^KIRSHNFR. . Mrs. R F. Kirshirer entertained the'Thursday. Luncheon Club yesterday afternoon at her home on Highway 61 North, with Mrs J. H. Bell, Mrs. T. H. Kendrlcks and Mrs W, M. McKenzie as guests. The two cdjirse lunch was served from the dining table which held as (^centerpiece a low bowl Bell E. B. B.Ttr GROUP MEETS AT CHURCH. Tlie Baptist Training Union 100 per centers met last night at Un- church where they spent a social evening together. At tlie conclusion of the games the hostesses, Mrs H C Blanken- shj) and * Miss Effie Lee Terrel! seiyed hamburgers and hot tamales» for refreshments. * > ~ i • • • ANNOUNCE BIRTH . OR SON YESTERDAY. Mr. and-Mrs. Paul Collins, fonn- er fy ,0f, Blytheville, now of Por- tagevillc, Mo, announce the birth of -a—sen, May 18 at St Francis Hospital In Cape GIrardeau, Mo. The baby has been named Au- brijy Paul DOUBLE FOUR - CLUB '~ M^ETS YESTERDAY. Mrs Lynn, Brown entertained the Double Four , Club yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs El^ckKT.Scbtt. Mrs M T Burr was the only guest for this affair when members planned a handkerchief shower [fQt^ Sirs jHo.ward Frkby .who Is leaynig, next" ,v,etlc to mate her home?In Memphis IJi'the 1 bridge'games high score prize'Was awarded to Mrs. A. E Henry wilh second high to Mrs Burr. Ttte~"~h6stess" 'served a desser course at the conclusion of th games. MRS.'LAMBERT ' HO.STESS TO CLUB. •Ihe Triple Table club met last night with Mrs. William Lambert with Mi«s Floy Wingfield and Miss prize wns awarded to Mrs. Ardcn Crowder, with Mrs. Joe llamby winning second. Summer flowers were used throughout the rooms where tlic guests were entertained. A dessert course wns served at the conclusion of the ganies. • • • • MRS. BAKNES HAS WOMAN'S CI.UB. Mrs. J. G. Ilurnes was hostess to the Blythevllle. Woman's Club yesterday for a pot luck luncheon at her home on Ash Street. The two course' lunch was served from 'four srhiiH tables wli'lcl held as 'their centerpieces, small bud vases of pink roses and blue corn flowcr.s. During the business session which was ' presided over by Mrs. C. G :cdman, it was voted to buy a 100 War Bond. Also io sponsor s irl to Girls Slate In Little Kock first week of ,lnne. This -se- cction will be made with flic nil osless sewed home •cam and cake. made Ice f the High School faculty. This ronp will give 30 of their sont ooks to the USD for their com- lunity singings which are licit n Sunday afternoons. Among tin ,rojccts which this club sponsor; vill again be the presentation.'o he.English and inmhnnaUc.s mccl 1 to the Junior High School sin lent winning honors In these sub ects this year. After Mrs. Reel man's report on the State Con •ention held in Little Rock, Apr !6 and 27, the group voted I ipencl every Thursday afternoo n the Red CroSs bandage room. * * * MRS. USREY HAS MIDWEEK CI.UIl 'All members were present when Mrs.'M. O. Usrcy entertained the Vlid Week Club for their final .uncheon of the year yeslenlay nf- :crnoon. The two-course lunch was served at the dining lable which heid a crystal bowl of pink roses nnd white baby breath. In the bridge gomes which followed, high score prize was awarded to Mrs. B. A. Lynch. » * • BIRTHDAY CLUB MEETS WEDNESDAY Mrs. G. E. Scrape wns hostess to the G and N Birthday Club Wednesday night when she had as guests Mrs. Adali Thompson ami Mrs. Jesse Cobble. Tlie affair was a tacky parly and weiner roast. Since none of the IKS. McdJTCHKN IAS imiiH'.i: CLtm Mrs. O. W. McCiilclien eniertaln- d the Thursday Contract Club e.slcrday afternoon, when she had s her guests, Mrs. Walker Bakei nd Mrs. Marvin Robinson. Spring flowers were usetl iroughoiit the entertaining room? •here tlie guests played bridge. In he games, high score prize was .warded to (Mrs. G. 13. Keck will econd high lo Mrs. Walker naker Llght refreshment. 1 ! were scrvet at the conclusion of ihe games. • *• • CENTRAL WARD I 1 . T. A. HAS FINAL SESSION When Central Ward Parcn Teachers Association met for th inal session of Ihe year Wednes lay afternoon, the program featured .he ."Triple 'Trio", a group of six boys who sang three numbers under the direction of Miss Lenorc Swcaringer, accompanied by Mrs. Murray Smart. The .Triple Trio Is composed of Ktlsscll Phillips, R. C. Allen, Loy Kich, Don Peterson. Ijiicicn Coleman, Jr., Marlon Randolph Smith Jr., Don Smart, Bobby Turner and Allen Sncll. The president's message was read by Mrs. Joe Craig after wll«.* Mrs. Charles Hindemnn, the president for the coming year, announced her committees. Miss Mary Outlaw's room was awarded the dollar for having Ihe Mr.s. H. M. Eaton went to Green vlllc, Miss., today to visit her sis ter, Mrs. liena Faucclt. Mr.s. Clarence Dowdy went t Newport, Ark., today .where sh will visit her parents. Or. an Mrs. C. F.. Carroll, from thei hi; will go to liatesville to vis or sLsLcr.s, Mrs. O'. F.. Jone nd Mis. Buddy Handford. Bcfoi etiirnlng to her home here sh Iso will visit a cousin, Mrs. ,11m- ny Gregory Jr., »f LiUlc Hock. Miss Emnm Ujn Crawford, a slu- Icnl, at Arkansas state College, onesboro, has returned to spend he .Summer vacation with her par- nts. Mr. and Mr.s. II. u Crnw- ord of Dell. Mr.s. W. L. Homer went to Vhcatlcy, Ark., yesterday to hi; vlth her mother, Mrs. H. K. Smith, vho Is ill. Dr. Prank Luckclt of Helena, ar- ived yesterday to spend a few lays with Ills mother. Mrs. J. A. .uckctl, and his sister, Miss Neal iiickctt, at their home In Dell, Dr. .uckclt Is joining his wife and wo daughters, Nuncy and Lanell, vho have been visiting his family "or two weeks, Miss Belly Lee McCulcheii lias returned from Miami, Fla., where she hns spent (lie winter months wilh her parents who reside there. 'After ID days we sighted a little Island aliuul sundown and paddled ill night to reach it, landing Just jcforc daybreak. Prom the beach, we saw a native and tried to talk vlth him but he went away. Then others came but wouldn't have anything to do with us until fl ially the chief appeared. We made made signs that we wanted foo< and we almost fell over when the elilef s]K)ke to us hi English, lie hat 1 wen a native sailor and lm< learned to fixtik our language. Join ,\l:innmi'(t Siiilur "They served us fish, coconut* and bananas In the village. Toll us there wns another white mai on tlie island. He turned out to In an American wvy man who lint been marooned there five month: lifter his plane was lost. Pood was so scarce tlic native divided us In a little group of is lands, two Americans to the Island We slept In grass huts and on tin beaches. Tlic insects and sand trails were terrible. They helped doctor our wounds and finally they healed. We all were blistered from the sun. • "We kept up our morale by Joking and arguing. We couldn't afford to let down because we all linccalaureate . Service To Be Held Sunday Evening A sunset Baccalaureate service, o be held at Ihe high school Stadium at 030 Sunday evening, will nauguratc graduation week 'for UJythcvillo seniors. Chaplain Julian Undsey will give he Invocation. The Rev. o. j 3iiastaln will read Ihe Bible !cs^ son wllhithe Rev. D. G, Hlndmaii giving the benediction. The Hev. J. A Ovcrholscr will preach the 'iaccalaurealc sermon, "Youth finding Gods Direction" The musical program will con- ist of numbers by the Hlgli School Hand and chorus under the direction of Miss Carolyn Haley. • A special musical number, "Beautiful Savior", Clirlsllans-en; will be given by an octette consisting of Mrs. Rassell Fair, Mrs. Farmer England, Mrs. J. C. Shoup, Mr.s. George Lee, Gene liartlclt, Hay Woi thington, Ross Stevens anil Wilson Henry were determined lo get back or die In the attempt. Whenever anybody got despondent we joked with him or started an argument. It was worse at -sea because we were almost delirious from hunger toward c last. We imagined we could ok down in the water and sec mi and eggs, or maybe a big cak. Tlie way. these boys held up as Brent. Not a one of them broke iwn during the whole experience. Canoe Capsizes "Finally, we |>ei'suadcd 'Bones', a alive sailor to let us have an ont- gger canoe and guide us to our ise. A t)n!r of new pants cxchang- I for bts old ones did the trick, lit tlie canoe capsl/.ed on tlic first tlemiit and it took two weeks to j Keeping Up With The Men ; In Service most Grace 'Abematliy as guests. __ members had a birthday this niontl' In the bridge'gamesr high score| lhcrc WBS n " exchange of gifts t>5 every one. s After tlie wcinci-s were roastct e group sat around the fire auc Id stories. Mrs. Hurry Lutes re- ived the prize for the best stois id Mrs. Marvin Lane was prize for being Ihe "tackles ressed person" present. Following exchange of gifts. Hi DANCE Salirday Night 9:30 to 1 O'Clock In the Beautiful • BlieRoora ~ of the pQTEL NOBLE PIT Ptnni mothers present, with room winning Hie raile prize. Mrs. flrsfj At The Hospitals Walls Hospital \dmittccl: J. IX Lynn. Slecle. Mo. Horn lo Mr. and Mrs. Clilford ackson. Cooter, Mo., a son, horr eslerday afternoon. Horn lo Mr. nnd Mrs. V. M iiiMer, Ynrbro, a son, horn lasi light. )ismissed: Mrs. J. R. Thrasher, Lcachville lilylhrrillc ll«s|illal \dmittcd: airs. Jolin McOufYy, city. Mrs. Aaron James, Lcachvllle. dismissed: C.alirlel Mike, Manila. Bobby Wheat, city. Mrs. U. U Blncknrrt, city. Mcn^iliis SI. Joseph's Hnsultal Admitted: John H. Moody, Camther.sville, Mo. Mrinpliis Mrlhoillsl Hospital Admitted: Mrs. Xclpha Nolahd, Kennetl, Mo. Pvt. J. 1). Chine, son of Mr. am rs. J. 1!. clime of Hlylheville as had many interesting experi ices since joining the. Air Forces hortly after he completed his ad meed .schooling on Pratt & Whit ey engines in Detroit last Marc c was sent to active duty over ens, nnd attended Easier service i BriiKil. Later he whole to hi art'iil.s from North Africa. Hi isl leller was received this wee rom India. Private Chine is wit ne Ferry Command. Don Dimmer, aviation ordnanc late 2c formerly stationed at Sa Jicgo, lias been transferred lo Ainta, Ga.. with the Link Trainln division of the Navy. Pfc. Mark L. Anderson now talioncd at F.dmond, Okla., wh ic is attending Central Slat i'eachcrs College. Prior to cnlcriv he service lie had been a whole ale mid retail dealer In fruits an •egetiible.s. Mrs. Anderson who ac compaiiicd him lo Oklahoma is r (mining there. His molehr, Mrs. j. Anderson recently relumed fro i visit willi Private and Mrs. An- lerson. t iindonvny niericans and four 'Bones.' I was in :n(ttrtains at .uiiciioon Meeting. Mrs, George l&lrlngtnn was lios ess to tlie final meetlni! of tin Jteratnre Department of tho Os cola Progressive Clul) for a lun :heou ineeling at her home 'I'ues lay. Receiving with Mrs. Edrlngtoi s co-hosiesses were Mrs. W. U Celly, Mrs. Ed Wiseman, Mrs. W 3. Colbert. Mrs. Louis George ant Mrs. William Ellas.- Floor baskets of American Pillr 'Oses decorated" the lower floor o .he Edringlon home with hint pot .cry vases holding pink rosehud on tlie luncheon tables and wlilt candles burning on tlie table ani bulTct. In the absence of Mrs. C. E ic number left behind. They were '. send a rescue parly for us. '.'Tlic party in the canoe, after early landing at the Jap base at "lela by .liiLslake csca|«d in _,onn and finally reached Atneri- ali forces. A plane came out to us n the islands, dropped*a note and itunicd bui, next day it came iick with rations and medical sup- lies. Then finally, the big Navj eaplane rescued us. Now Sergeant Nichols has fully ecovered from his experiences. AS oon as Ills' 30-day furlough cx- Iro.s, lie will be reassigned lo du- y... Where, he doesn't know. He otild like lo serve fov n while as istructor so he could impart some f Ills knowledge of combat tactics o younger, inexperienced fliers vho liave yet to go into battle. "One of tlie tiisl and most liu- wrtant things I would tell them •! to stay everlastingly on tlie alert," ic said. "You can't afford to re- ax a minute under combat eondi- ions if you want to live." And this sound creed apparently ind something to do with the imiuifng fact lhat he and his fcl- ow crew members survived one of .he most gruelling experiences of the Pacific War and lived lo tell the tale. r. Margaret E. Jones. t 4 « ivcs BuflH SIIJHHT. Among Die attractive and orlgi- :il pal ties given for Osccola sen- irs was tile buifet supper given Mr.s. a lighter, W. J. Sheddan ami Ulllle Fain, a member f the class, on Thursday nlglit I Hie Sheddan home. Red, white and blue (lowers were sed In decoration to emphasize io class colors, with red carna- ioiis centering the lace-covered ible. The elrls were given corsages of cd rosebuds while the boys were resented ljulluiilcrs. Mrs. Marie 1oore, class sponsor, was presented n orchid. Following supper, (he Riicsls were iirpriscd whon Mrs. C. O. Mitchcl- reo came to (jii'c each an indi- Idnal reading of her fortune. * * * Mrs. Roy E. Dawson and daugh- er, Miss Katie Nell Dawson, spent lie weekend in Helena. Ark., with he former's .sister, Mrs. W. F. 5vnns, and with her mother, Mrs. O. li. Owens of Mnrficesboro, Ark., ';ho Is vi.sitiiig in the Kvans home. Dr. and Mrs. L. irowion went lo lonc.slioro Friday night lo attend he graduation of her niece, Miss 3ii|>UolH .iLTiilgan, from Joncsboro High School. They were accom- lanicd by Dr. llowlon's brolhcr. Hob Ilowton of Si, Louis, who is lure for ihe weekend. Ma). .Inlni L. Shippen of the Army Air Corps, Ogdrn. Ulnh, ilicnt (he weekend willi lii.s fath- 'r, K. S. Shippcn and Mrs. Ship- icn here. Another son, Lieut. Mac SlitPlicn, is also here this week willi Ills parents. Lieutenant fihlp- pen has been in Trinidad for tlic liasl seven months hut is now taking a refresher course at Ft Benning, Oa. fie will leave Monday. Miss Ruth Massey went to Memphis Thursday lo meet her brother Maj. L. D. Massey, who arrived by plane from Roswell, N. M., where lie Is superintendent of the Hoswell internment Hospital. Major Massey will be here over the weekend; his daughter, Miss Charline Massey, will receive her diploma from Osceola High School Sunday In absentia. Mrs. Hale Jackson Is in Chicago for several weeks with lier parents, Mr. and airs. L. L. Vandcr- voort. H You Suffer 'PERIODIC' FEMALE PAIN Which Makes You W«ak, Cranky, Nervous— If at such times you, like so many women and girls Buffer from cramps, headaches, backache, distress ot "irregularities", periods of the blues—Cue to lunctlonal monthly disturbances— Start at once—try Lydla K. I'lnklmm's Vegetable Compound. This famous II- ciulii not only htllJs relieve monthly pain but also ticcompiinyltiK tired, weak, nervous feelings of tills nature. This is because or Its uoothlnK elfect on ONE OP .WOMAN'S MOST IMPORTANT OHCIANS. . Taken regularly—Lydta Plnkham's Compound hel|>s build up resistance agulnst tmch symptoms. Thousands upon thousands report lieiu-ilt. Also u fine stomachic tonic. Follow lubel dlrec- Ileus. Worth tnlnyt Lloyd, chairman, Mrs. G. li. Ke ;raves conducted the business ses s-lon In which Mrs. Ed Wisema was elected cliairman for next sea son. Mrs. Scgrave.s will conltnu as secretary of tlic group of :j members. Tlic program on i>oetry arrange and led by Mrs. R. H. Jones in eluded dellnilion and rmotation given by each member,. who aLs read her favorite 'poem or lo! something of her favorite poet. Mrs. W. K. Hunt read "The Lo n | I Planted a Garden" and told of Its | inscription over the gateway of famous gitrden in Florida which ] she visited. Mrs. p. p. Jacobs and Mrs. I George Abrey read some of their I original poems. Mrs. G. B. Se- I Staves told of tlic origin and mean- ng of tlie lenn Poet Laureate and dl.sctis.scd some of tlie famous poet laureates of England. Guests were Mrs. John Whil- worllt, Mrs. W. V. Alexander, Mrs. I. A. Pigg, Mrs. G. Hcarlsill HEADACHE^ n AKer hours fl f anxiety, a headache Li the last straw. Hut it quickly ylctila to Cnjjuihne, which abo Boolliea nerve* ui'sct ly the pain. CBimJineli li'Lviiil. No waiting for It to dissolve liofore *r oiler luk- Ii'K\ So it's really nuicV. Us* only as directed. lOc, SDe, COc. 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