The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 15, 1943 · Page 4
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JLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.): COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, APRIL .15, J9 ; 43 MRS. CAUDILL HOSTESS FOR TOWN AND C<HJNTKV CLUB Mrs O. G. Gaud 111 eiiteiiained Hie Town and Country Club yesterday afternoon with all membcis present. In Uic bridge games, high score was awarded to Mrs. James B. Clark with .second'high to Mrs. p. C. Langston. Tlic hostess served light refreshments at'the close of the Barnes. * e * C. B. C. CLUB MEETS WITH MRS! JACKSON Mrs. Francis Jackson entertained (he C. B. C. Club yesterday after-' noon nt her home, spring flowers decorated the ' rooms where the guests' played bridge. , Hfglr score was nwarricd to Mrs. Ross Moore. Mrs. O. O. Elkins was awarded second high and bridgo went to Mrs. :c. J. Little. A'dessert course with iced drinks was served* for refreshments. - • ; ..'..*• *•.».. BUNCO CHIP MEETS WITH MRS. VANHOOSEK : Mrs. R. E. VanHooser was hostess to members of the newly formed •Three Table Club yesterday nfter- ncxm when she entertained nt her home. In addition to club members, these euesls. Mrs. Edgar Stultn, Mrs. C. R. Berewin and Mrs. K. T. Ferguson, were present. Priz;s were awarded to Mrs Humphreys for high score, to Mrs Sjjcck for. bunco, ant Mrs, Tayloi Grahnm for low score. A- sandwich plate was scrvec with iced drinks. * • • ENTERTAINS MEMHKRS OF B AND I, CLUB Mixed spring flowers decorated the home of Mrs. J. T. Hickman when she entertained the B and L Club yesterday afternoon. Special guests for the partj were, Mrs. , Arvis Bratcher, Mrs Irene Meek and Mrs. Clyde Eldridge. In the bunco games, high score was awarded to Mrs. Evelyn Reagan Mrs. J. p. Nolan, bunco and Mrs. Bralcher, low. For refreshments the hostess Col. Hobby Cuts Gapers served n dessert course with 'drinks. cold CONTRACT CLUB MEETS WITH MRS.. McIIANEY All members were present when . Mrs. John McHaney entertained Wednesday Contract Club yesterday afternoon at her home. In the bridge .games high score was awarded Mrs. James v. Gates with second high to Mrs. Hattie " Potter. A' sandwich plate and drink; was served: for refreshments. « '* » MRS. .WILLIAM YOUNG ' HAS CLUB AND GtlESTS Mrs.'Jimmy Stevenson and Mr? O. "P. Barber were "guests of Mr William Young yesterday after- Bits oi News Moittjr Mrs. J. M. Gillcsple was admitted to' the Memphis Baptist Hos- dial, yesterday where she underwent a major opcrnlfoii, , Iter daughter, Mrs. o. W. Dllla- uuity is with her. ' Mis. Charles A. Wood Jr., and llaughtcr, J'nUy left for Columbia, S...O., today, to Join Sergeant Wood, who Is stationed at the. Columbia Army Ah Base. Mrs. 51. L, filockelt Is In Memphis will) her son Hobby who Is in the Methodist Hospital with an ear infection. Mrs. Albert K. Taylor and daugh- ,lf:r, Leah Marcillo and Mrs. J. Farrls McCalla - and daughter, Jenny Wren will spent tomorrow }n Memphis. Pfc. Sam If. Wnrringlon, who Is stationed at Orlando. Fin., with the Seoul Jerc Kivid- Calmly Informs Woman Of Fire To celebrate a 15th blrlhday by preventing a serious fire Is the record of Jerc Held, son o[ Mr. and Mr.s. Max }), Held, who displayed, unusual calmness as he had carried out what lie had learned about fires In Boy Scouting. Calling upon subscribers to collect 'or llic Courier .News laic yesterday, his carrier noticed smoke coming 'rcm the; roof of the C. Abraham iiouse. 1210 West Ash. Knocking upon the door, ho said 'I'm sorry to disturb you, Mrs. Abraham, but your house Is on fire. 1 ' Assuring Army, arrived morning to him that .she did not believe the lio\ise was burning without her knowledge, Jcrc showed Mrs, Abraham the evidence. Then going next door, he asked permission to use (he telephone reported the fire, and went on his ;ay. 'fhe blaze was quickly extinguished with only slight damage. Osceola Minister Named Moderator Azaleas In Blossom Although the (lower grdcns of local enthusiast! are retarded because of the late Spring—the c. W. Alflicks 1 azaleas arc more beautiful than ever, A deep watermelon shade, the 50 plants on the south side of the Affllcks' Mount Vcrnon style home, Walnut and Tenth, make a colorful display. These plants—pride ol the Keep South and which mast be nurtured with great care to do well tills far north—have been In blossom for the past 10 days. Mrs. Kd Williams left Wednesday morning for .California Where her husband, Mnlloned. Sergeant Williams, is A recent bride, Mrs. Woodmen Will Meet Woodmen of the World will meet tomorrow night, 7i30 o'clock, for drill and to make plans for next Tuesday's meeting when B. B. Raglin, state manager, will be present. Tlie meeting Is to be held at the Hall. Colonel Ovcla Gulp Hobby Ls shown dancing with .Jnck Swain, seaman third class U.S.N. of IAS Angeles. California., (during her visit to the Washington, D. C. Siagc Door Canteen. (NEAMolenholo) noon when she entertained the A. | give D. C. Club at her home. Mrs, James Terry was' awarded high score prize In the bridge games and Mrs. Ben Harpole won second high. X sandwich plate and cold drinks were served at the conclusion of the games. * * - * P.' E. O. CHAPTER '!> 'IS.; ENTERTAINED Mrs. M. O. Usrey and Mrs. Charles S. Lemons were cohcviUqsscs to members of Chapier "D" of the P. E. O., when they entertained with a luncheon yesterday at the Usrey home. In addition to the 13 members present, Mr.s. E. R. Lans- cashire was a special guest. Vases of mixed Spring flowers were used throughout the entertaining rooms, and a two-course luncheon was served al the dining table and at a small table arranged in the living room. Mrs, James A. Overholscr J( presented the program for theihfter-' noon on light opera. Missionary Union To Meet At Wilson Tlie Mississippi County Baptist Women's Missionary union will nccl at Wilson Baptist Church, April 23, nl 10'o'clock in the morning. Participating In the morning program will be Mrs. L. G. Miller of New Liberty, the Wilson Missionary Society members, and members of the New Liberty Baptist Church. Following lunch, a business session will be lickl at which lime Mrs. H. B. Tillman ami Mrs. J. II. Caldwell, both of Osceola, will bring notes from the state convention in Little Rock. Mrs. C. B. Wood of Luxora will the scripture reading. •Your Kxtra Itcdroon Needed For Visitor* Another, month Is almost, gone and soon there will bo amithe illc Army Air Field. . ! This means extia/bedrxwnis are ceded to • accommodate \ relatives ixl fiancees of graduates i who will lake the trip la Iniylhcvitle for 1C big day in thCf life of young illitary pllols who soon will /join heir fellow fliers in carrying' the var to the enemy on world-wide lattlcfronts. i Some want rooms for . a [week jcglnning April 25, and others want •oonis beginning about April 29 and only for a .short lime/ The i lousing Bureau, telephone 2013. will make nrrangeirrcnts foi cadets obtaining itioms, il:'has beei innonncTd by .1. 'Mcll Brooks, sec relary of the Chamber/ of Com mercc. * / spend ft 15-dny furloiiBh wltli Ins parents, Mr. and Mrs. .J. S. W:ir- rlnuUin, Another son, Coi p ]i. nob- crl B. WniTl|i|>lon, ftfrole his parents yesterday tliat he is snfe and well In Noi ih Africa. Jonn Shanks, daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. Joe Shanks, underwent nn emergency appendicitis operation Inst night ill nlythcvlllc IIos- llal. Her condition Is very good. Bei'iinrd Allen went to Little lock today to a.tleml to business. It: will be nv.'ny until early in the week. Mrs, Lonnie Doydslon is .spend - nl! the week nt Mlllingtou, Tenn., vitli her husband who Is a seaman Irsl class ut Die Nftvnl base there. Lay Elch will rclurii today from Chicago where lie attended to bllsl- icss. Mrs. John D. McDowell who has )een ill with a severe cold is Improving. Mrs. William Oallup ot Ballingcr, Icxus. arrived this morning to spend several days here as the guest of her sister-in-lnw, Mrs. Harry W. Hntnes and' family. Plans Lone! Oak Services Tim Key. T. U Lawrence, pastor cf the First Presbyterian Church ul. Osceola. WHS named moderator of tlie Arkansas Presbytery at ils opening session In Joriexljoro Tues- The Rev. James Ovcrholser, accompanied by (lie Rev. E. M. Wucdanl of Dell, atlended 'this meeting of ministers ami elders from churches in'Little Rnck, Forrest City, Wynne, West Memphis, Newport, Paragould, Maiiannn, Monillon, Blytheville, Batcsvilie, Karlo. Jacksonville, and Sykanie. Holland Society—RMMM! Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thomas who have been in Chattanooga Teim., the last two months are hack home. Mrs. Vincent Martin lias beer with Her grandmother. Mrs. Moore of Hayti for several days. Mrs Wore, who is 90 years of age, fcl ccciilly, injuring her hip severelj ut is gradually recovering from ic injury and shock. The Her. Elites Sturdy of : Lake Street Methodist Church,'will hold .services Saturday night, 8 o'clock, nl. Lone Oak Methodist church, in llio lone Oak community. At The Hospitals Walls Hospital Admitted- Mrs. Dan Cope. Stecle, Mo. Dismissed— Mrs. Je.ssc Locke, city. Will Crumley, Wilson. lllyihcville Hospital Admitted- Joan Shanks, city. . Memphis Ilnplisl lluS|nl;il Admitted— Frances Jackson, city. Memphis Methodist Hospital Admitted- Bobby Stockett, city. Dildij Will Receive Commission Friday Joe IJildy, former -co;\cli of the Blythcville Cliickasaws, now stationed at Miami, ;'la., in an Oili- cers Candidate School, will receive his commiwion tomorrow as n second lleuteimnt. He then will go to another field Tor further train- Ing ns a physical instructor in the U. S. Army Air Forces. His wife, ihe former Miss Ellen l.lnvahl. Is at the home of-her parents in Mah'crn. Ark., and leaching In the Malvern schools.. R*fld Courier News want ads. Ton'per cent 1 of the 1942 farm production of the entire United graduation of cadets from Blythc- states was produced In California. A N.N 0 U N C I V N G Lodge Meets Tonight Chlckasawba Lodge No. 134 P. A M., -will meet tonight, 1:3 o'clock, at the hall In special com nranication, it was announced to day. Degree work will be done. Social Calendar FRIDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Lloyd Slickmon and Mrs. Murray Smart entertaining Chap- ier N—P. E .Q. Sisterhood with luncheon at Stlckmon home, 12 o'clock. Overheated motors waste gasoline. HunKo THE (Dainty COOKING FAT JisWmdtrful' Williams, who was > formerly Miss Mary Patterson, was honored Tuesday evening willv a Unen shower and going away parly by Mrs. Herbert Brooks and Miss Lucille Pal- ei'son. Arriving Thursday from Flint, Mich., Lloyd Booker will be licrc| ndeflnltely with hjs wife and faiii- 1 ly before leaving in the near fu- urc for work in California. After u two weeks furlough spent vlth his parents, Mr, and Mrs. E. S. Marshall, Scrgt. Edward Marshal! left Tuesday for CiVmp Gordon, Oa. Mrs. VValdon McCiory and .small son, Jimmy, have gone to St. I.ouh o llielr mother mid grandmother, Sirs. Beatrice Cull). After a shorl visit (hoe they will leave for Salt, Lake City, Utah, where Sergt. Wai-1 don MeCtary is stationed at Fort Douglas. Ernest McCrary .and Garvin Wilson are back from Pratt, kans., where they spent lliree weeks. Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Samford were guests for dinner Sunday in Elke.stou with Mr.-and Mrs. Harold VoU-.erding. Mr. and Mrs. Val Winkle and son are leaving to make their home Si. Louis. For tlie past six years Mr. Winkle has been malinger of the Save-On i;as station on Highway fil just out of Hol- Innri. This station has been taken over ])>• L. Berry, planter and merchant, and will be managed by Henry Neal. . Private and Mrs. Johnny Crooks are here from Independence, Kans., where Private brooks is with the Army Air Corps. They are spending 10 (lays with Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Brooks. Mrs. Lottie Schmidt and son and daughter, Warren and Wlmr have returned homo In Men after several days with Mi's. V'A berl Utley. They were driven dov by Mr. iiiul Mrs. Virgil Utrey'ail Nil's. Hubert Utley who rcmaiin] over the week-end. After n week-end visit in til home of Mr. and Mrs. Noble Cap I hart, Mr. and Mr.s. 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