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.WEDNESDAY, MAY 26, 1943- BLTTHEVILLK (ARK.)] COURIER NEWS PAGE THREB UI.KE CLUB HONORS SKNIOKS WITH TEA The High School alec Club, under the direction of Miss Caroline Haley entertained with a musical lea yesterday afternoon honoring seniors In Ibis group who soon will cave school. The music room of Ihe stadium was decorated with a variety of garden flov.'ers for this affair. The table held for Its centerpiece a crystal bowl filled with (ink roses. The punch bowl, pie- sided over by Ihe boys and girls who were-not seniors,.wits wreathed with pink roses. The Individual cakes frosted In pink and green carried Ihe names of the honor guests upon them. The musical program presented, consisted of several vocal selections by Mrs. J. C. Slioup, these were; "Without A Song" by Vincent Youmans. "Linda Lou" by Lily Strickland with MLss Haley accompanying, after which Noble Gill sang. "Green-Eyed' Dragon" by Jerome Kern and "I Love You Bits of News Moid? Perioaa! Mrs. H. C. lilankenship and three children will go to Greenville, Miss., tomorrow for a week's 'visit with her aunt, Mrs. Bena Fuwtett. Miss Mae Whipple of Arkadelphla, Ark., a music Instructor in Henderson State Teachers College, is the j. ues | England. Mr. and Mrs. Farmer Truly" by E. Nevin accompanied by Miss Jean Sarber. A tiny music lx>x over 100 years old, belonging to Mrs. George Lee, provided aii interesting feature of the entertainment.- Special giiest.s were: Miss nose A. Hardy, William B. Nicholson, Mrs. Lanier Deed and Miss Luna B. Wilhehn. Miss Haley was assisted by Mrs. Russell Parr,. Mrs. Wooilson and Mrs. J. W. Shouse. • • • FORMKR MEMBERS GUESTS OF CLUB Mrs, Kavanangh Francis of Pine Bluff, who Ls Hie guest of her par- euLs, Mr. and Mrs. Tom A. Little, and Mis. John Ben Boirnir. of Miami who is visiting at the home of her patents, Dr. and Mrs. L. H. Moore, former members of tho Double G Club, were guests last night when Miss Margaret Shaver was liostess. Other guests were Miss Lou Hubbard, Miss Nancy Kirslmer and Mrs. Joe Pride Jr. Roses, snapdragons and Larkspur were used throughout the entertaining: rooms where the guests played bridge. High score prize was awarded ,to Mrs. Albert Taylor for the club members, with second high to Miss Frances Little. Miss 'Hubbard won the guest prize and gifts were presented to Mrs. Francis and Mrs, Bomor by the liostess. * * • PARTY AT EICH HOME HONORS BOBBY McHANEY Several young people gathered at the home of Miss Gall Eich Monday night for dancing and Informal entertainment honoring Bobby McHaney who will leave in a few days for the Marine Corps. The lace-draped refreshmen table held for its centerpiece a crystal bowl tilled with red, white and blue flowers. A variety of cookies sandwiches and cold drinks weri served during' the evening. At Hie close of the evening tin group presented Mr. McHaney will a gift which will be useful while he is in service. Miss La Nolle Smart who attends Mississippi Slate College for Women, arrived yesterday to spend the Slimmer vacation wllh her mother, Mrs. J. H. Smart and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Langdon had us Iheir weekend guests ' their granddaughter, Mrs. John Le- Comptc' and Mr. LcCompte of Washington, D. C,, and their two grandsons, Bill and Charlie Bartholomew of Memphis. Mrs. Dora Welch of St. Louis has arrived to be with her brother, Dink 'Perils, who k seriously ill nt the home of his sister, Mrs. W. S. Langdoii and Mr. Langdon. Mr. Port Is lias been ill for several' months of a heart ailment. Mrs. O. O. Elklns, Mis. W. Owen Blue and Mrs. R. C. Sevler spent yesterday In Memphis., Mrs. Raymond Stringer Is recnp- •r'ntlng at her home on Highway 1, following n tonsillectomy per- ormed yesterday at the Hubener Jllnlc. , Mr.s, Monte Isaacs left today for Bristol, Va., where she will attend he exercises Monday at Virginia interment Junior College, from vhich her daughter, Miss Betty Isaacs will be graduated Monday. Mrs. Isaacs will, be present for the school's festivities preceding the graduation, when Miss Betty will appear as a maid in the queen's court, an honor given only to those whose standing is high scholastlcil- Mrs. Allan Walton went to Memphis today to visit her daughter, Vlrs. Berry Brooks and family. The Brooks family expect to leave soon for Mexico where they will spend their vacation. Miss Rose Enochs is spending two weeks with her sister, Mrs. William Cooke of Baltimore, Md. Pvt. and Mrs. Pat Chllmon and Infant son have arrived from Camp there for 18 months before enlisting In the Army Medical Corps, He Is now flight surgeon in Hie Army Air Corps nnd stationed at, the Basic Flying School, Maiden, Mo. Dr. anil Mrs. C. M. Harwell of this city, their daughter, Mrs. 1'hil P. Burks of Hertford, Vii., and Mrs, Harwell's sister, MLss Nell Khodcs will leave Friday for Oklahoma City (o attend the wedding. Legion Auxiliary Selects Entries For Girls State Members of (lie American I,or,lon Auxiliary, In their meeting ln.st night, clio.se as their representatives In CilrLs Slate. Hoy Ann Sample, daughter of Mrs. Velum Sample, and Mary Tucker Mnuro, daughter of Mrs. D. Ci. Moore of Promised Land. Several women's organizations will sixmsor girls for this project which will be held In Little Keck June 12 lo 19, at Ihe Arkansas School for the Deaf. These ui will be housed in dormilories and meals will be served In the dining room of MIL' school. Instructors and advisors for the arious activities will be slate of- icials. members of college leading staffs, other prominent cillbens the field of Government, and American Legion Auxiliary leaders. Mornings will be devoted to study n the work and operation of the. dulies as government officials. Recreational and sport activities will be held during part of (lie tfternuoiis, The evening:; will be leveled to special activities. The girls will go lo lh<: Stnlo Sapltol one day. where tho elected officials of Glils Slate will con- Bbttttd .mi,U:H-.SAMKOH!> Announcement is made of th lutiri'lnge of Miss l-Vanccs SninfoiV daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe 1 Kumford ol vvi'sl of Holland (o 1'k WuiTlck W. Miller of llcrlraiul Mo., on April 24. Tho marriage wu: .solemnized 111 the home of tho Rci und Mrs. j. T. Self In Slkesloi wllh the liev. Self informing tin ceremony. Crmrles IlonrdnuVii iuu Miss Opiil Miller were the only at lendaiil.s. The bride wore a pink linen sul with a white sheer blouse and he accessories were In luggage, Kh Is a iii'iuluali; of (hi- Holland hlgl school and Is active in .several Club, and social affairs in (his comnili uiiijliler, Mrs. curl Duller, und urandchtld. Mrs. Duller and «'i|;hU>r, IJonnle Ciirlli'an, me 1 lo innkv tlii'lv home for the iii.Ulun. Mi.ss Kll/Libclh Cohoon, diinuhler Mr.s. l.tini Cohoon, and for thi> asl year 11 letichiT in llui local miuai' .scluuil, has volunteered mil passed her examination lo bc- •oini 1 a WAAC. .11 piesi'id she Is wllli her uncle, Jim Column, In HI. I.uuls nwaltiui; cull lo slnrl isle Iriitnluir. Jim Miller nnd daughter, ilia Ji'iin were in Advumv, Mo., severul days visiting J. 11. Miller nnd Mr nnd Mrs. J. K, l.uckhuil. Mi- Miller relumed Hullirday willi hi! fiulier who will In 1 :< iiue.sl linn t'Mltl Wednesday, Itlu .lean ri'- iniilned over for another week. •Supl. W. 1. Mfyrrs and dauiih- li-r, Dixie CiriH-. mid Ki'lli-y I Ink drove lo CajH- Olrnrdomi Mimda. to attend cnimueJireilUMil I'M'ii'Ssi 1 and also to iniiki! iiiranfieiiicnls K enroll Ki-lley In .school, Dlxl Clone was Hie ovoruluhl uncsl n Miss Until I,M) Winkle. It. H. Ulditu was In Coluinbiu Mo., this week altendhin in anil cullniiil uiwillng nl Ilu> imirt'i.'.lls Annum those hen' Sunday fu I'rlvale Miller son of Mr. a Mrs. A. I,. Miller of uertiiuid Is now still luned in Him Iiiils Oblspo. Ciiilf.. \vheiv Mrs. Millt'i' will join him in a few weeks. A inlM'eliiiiuwiis shower complimented Mrs. Wiirrlek Miller, who •,v:is foniicrly MIs.s Fninces Stilii- ford. diniyhler of Mr. inul Mr,s. Joe 1. Sainford, Wctlnt'sdiij' , nil-Ill, lit, tlie homo of Mr. nut! Mi's. C. I 1 . Jenkins. Assisting lio.sli'.sscs wen' Mis. Clnrence Jone.s aiitl Mrs. J. K. .Sainfortl. Thirty friends of Die lirlde piv.senled her wllh 1111 assort- nient ot (iifts, Snndwlclii'.s and » salad iilnle wen: servx'ii wlili lemonade, und angelfooil and devils- id cnki. 1 with sliced creiun for :lucL a leylslallve session in Seniile and House chambers. the 400 CLUB MEETS WITH MRS. YATES. Mrs. M. S. Yates was hostess to the 400 Club yesterday afternoon at her home when she had as guest Mrs. Ralph McG'onne.11. The eight present played Liverpool rummy for entertainment, with high score prize being awarded to Mrs. Prank Brown. Mrs. Tim Estes was second high. A sandwich plate und cold drinks were served at the conclusion of the games. OCTA lllfllHH: CLUB Mf'.KTS VKSTERDAV. Mrs. Guy Rogers entertained the Octa Bridge Club yesterday afternoon at her home with all members present. Summer garden flowers were used throughout Ihe rooms where the. guests played bridge. High score prize was awarded to Mrs. Ed Cook. At the conclusion of the games the hostess served a sandwich plate and cold drinks. » • * O. K. S. INITIATES MRS. VIRGIE MORGAN Mrs. Virgle Morgaif of Dell was initiated into the Order of the Eastern Star last night, when they met at the hall for degree work. A social hour was enjoyed later In the evening with refreshments being served by Mrs. Russell Clrccnwell nnd Mrs. Josle Lewis of Dell and Mrs. S. P. Martin who were hostesses for lids affir. Maxey, Texas, for a visit with his parents, Mr .'and Mrs. A. L. Chit- inon, and Mrs. Chltmon's parents Mr. and Mrs. W. R. White. William "Bill" Taylor now is stationed at St. Petersburg, Fla, where he will take three months of training with the Merchau •Marine. Mrs. Taylor will remain ir Blytheville and her mother, Mrs Nancy Klene, will live with her. Lieut, and Mrs. Alfred S. Hurley, formerly of Blyliieville and now of Columbus, Miss., where he Ls an instructor at the Army Air, Field, are spending a seven day leave here with Mrs. Hurley's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Parker and his foster father, Hatch Donn Mr.s. W. L. Homer arrived Sunday from Wheatley where she spent a week with her mother, Mrs. H. K. Smith, who was 111 but now Is improved. Mr. Horner and son, Jack, motored for her over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Shepherd have gone to Columbus, Ga., for a 10- day visit with their son, Leslie Shepherd and Mrs. Shepherd. Miss Jane Wilson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Baker Wilson will leave Monday for Panama City, Ha., where she will be Ihe guest for a month at the home of Col. and Mrs. L. S. Stranathan. Mrs. Myrtle Curvin spent Sunday with her son. Ijge Simmons Jr. who is stationed at the Naval Air Base, Millington. Tenn. John Oliver Cop]>edge who has been attending Virginia Military Institute at Lexington, Va., has arrived to spend several weeks vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mr.s. S. W. Coppedge of Victoria. He wns accompanied home by his mother who attended the final exercises of the school, going over especially to be present and appear with her son who was chosen to lead the "Ring Figure" for the Sophomore Class. This honor is given to students who are outstanding in social affairs as well as scholastic work. At The Hospitals Walls Hospital Dismissed— Jimmy Dee Brock, city. Mrs. J. W. Ozinrnt. Cooler, Mo. Mrs. Clifford Jackson and baby, Cooler, Mo. Blyliieville Hosiiilal Admitted— Iziah Jackson, Armorei. Born to Staff Scryt. and Mrs. C, O. Newman, city, a daughter, born this morning. Dismissed— H B, Shcron, city. Mrs. Stoke Baldrldge and baby, Mr. and Mrs. Cllllord Jackson announce (he blrlb of a son last Tliiusdny nl Walls Hospital In Bly- Mic.vllle. The buby, who has nol been named, Is (he only boy In the family. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Slaleii of IJetrolt, Mich., are parents of a buby (jlrls Phylls Ann.' Mrs. Slalcn was 'Miss Vclvn Lester before her miinlnjje. Mr. Slatcn, who b here fur his final Army examination will return Immediately to Detroit. Mrs. Will Ellis relumed Prldny from Cminilc Clly. III., with bin city. Memphis Baptist Hospital Admillcd— Mr.s. C. H. Bean, clly. Mrs. Max G. Cojie, Monette. J. I. Games,-city. Mrs. iMinniiie Kirk, Carulhers- ville. Mo. :. ... Mr.s. Osbarn Bowers, Manila. Dr. J. w. Rhodes, Hayti, Mo. Memphis St. Joseph's llospilal Admitted- Cora Cruz, Joiner. Memphis Methoilht Hospital Admitted- Mrs. Pete Robertson, Canilhcrs- ville. Mo. Read Courier News want ads. Social Calendar 1 THURSDAY'S EVENTS Thursday Luncheon Club meet- Ing wllh Mrs. J. A. Ijceh. Triple Table club will meet with Mrs. w. n. Nally, Mrs. J. p. Ixsiill enterlnlnlni; lliu Thursday -Contract Club. Mrs: Sinn Burns will be hosle.s.'i to Club Eight. FRIDAY'S EVENTS C.U.C. Club iiH'Qtlni! wllh Mrs. Paul llyruin. Woodpeckers do not have to carry nesting materials. They lay their cgijs on a soft beed of sawdust aoc wood chips. Read Courier News want ma*. \\SAMWMAN . slut* I distovered % this amazing way lo NEW last riles of j. H, U'ster were: Iiv anil MIS. minil U'slcr of l)c- •ull, Mich,, Mr. and Mrs. James IcCruy of Unyll, MIS. u.vunin osier of I'oplur lllulf, W. H. Mill. 11 id »f lllylhcvlllo, Mrs. Carmen lathis of Hire-In, Mr. and Mrs iws Hopirn- and ciray Hopper of ylev. Miss Clnteo McCniry of HI V . hevlllc mid Mrs. I cCniry of Hly- Scolt, Mrs, lord Williams mid Mis. Virgil len of Caruthci'svllle. Mr. Mrs. Ira Kaimer': and son, Edwin, loft Wednesday for lUclim'ond, Ciillf., to visit Mr. and Mi.-i. Hurley Holliimn during Iho Summer months. Afler u week's visit here wllh Mr. nnrt' Mrs. Albert Edwards, Mr. nnd Mrs, linsll Edwards and Mrs. Gideon Crews, Clark Kdwards left Thursday fur Ids home In Iloiden- I vllle, C-kli. ' Mrs. 1 Ruby Kmmorjr iput uit, week end at her home In Cfcpe Girurdeau, 8lie IB instructor' Ja home economics In high school hm>, . : . 'Hits vi'.u It's Ihr fastdmi til keep nml, luok riiul, act cool , , , Anil Writi: inuh with all surls uf citol siuuim'i rssi'iilhls fur your \vardrulMr . . , We're hacking you up In your Itoi-ji ('i)til Kor Vlcliiry pruuraiii , . . lit Vl'ltV lin-p I'iml |H|ITK, Crisp New COTTONS 1 .w lo 'THESE two Important .slops niny L help you overcome Ihe discomforts or cmb.iiTnsimiL'nl of sour tiloinnch, Jerky nerves, loss of uppeUle, viiHlor- wcluht, disgc&Uvc complnlnUt, weakness I A person \vho l.t oiicrallny on only n. 70 lo 75% healthy hlooil vulmtiu or ti Etomuch dlucslivo capacity of only 50 to GQ'/,i normal 1* licvcrcly nnml! capped. So with ninplc nlomacU tllficsllvu JuLcc.'i PLUS rlcli, nul-hlooil you Rhoultl enjoy that sense of \vcll balni; \vlilcli denotes physical fttuc ss . . . tnciilnl nlertuoHSl If you ar6 s\ibjeut lo ptwr tl lues lion or suspect UeflcLunt red -blood ns tlic CII\IKU or your IruublD, yet Imvo no orunnlc cohip) Lent Ion or Tocnl infection, 8SS Tonic innv 1JO Jnat vvhnL you i\tci\ ns It la especially ilcslRticil to iironioto lliu llOW Of Vltftl <llf;CRtlVO JlllOUfl 111 tl)0 Gtomnch niul to htilld-up blood elrcnutli when Oeftcltiiit, • j I Bull* Sttirtly HnaUli \ no Mut Iho Doctors m»y ftcttrr screen tir I'l^MIn;; I'orcL-b nnd thousanila of users hnvn testified la Iho hcncfll!i psa ToiHa hitH brought In thoni ncid EClciiLlflo riwehrch fihows Ihflt it cct« rc.salU — tlmt'ii why so many fit\y"S8fj Tunic bulklHBlurtly health — makes you feel Ilku yourself nunlti." At drugstores In lOnnd20o«.Bli^s.€ifci.a.3.Co. S.S.S.TONIC helps build STURDY HEALTH A fiol of color (t> i r .U v c you n lift now nml through wnnii ilnvH to como. BETTER DRESSES C'Jil Q!)!l anil Including our Aldon nml ] . Kvvlyn rustiloiiH. PLAY CLOTHES S I n c k Suils, .Slacks, (Mil Skirls, Uloiisi'H, I'lliy Suits ... In winded Hi/o inul Feinberg's lashion Sh Ill.VTHKVILU; 1'liiine Ktl C.M'K MRS. MEEK HAS O. N. B. CLUB Mrs. Harold Meek entertained the G. N. B. Club yesterday afternoon with all members present. Garden flowers decorated the living room where the guests played bunco. Mrs. H. C. Blankenship was awarded Ihe bunco prize with Mrs. Meek winning high score. Low award was presented lo Mrs. Robert Woodman. The hosless served a salad plate and cold drinks for refreshment. • » * MRS. REID HOSTESS TO CONTRACT CMJB When Mrs. Max B. Reid entertained the Tuesday Contract Club yesterday afternoon, she had as her guest Mrs, Fred' Flccman. Summer flowers were used throughout the entertaining rooms for decorations. In Ihe bridge games, high score Miss Mary Threlkeid Will Wed Maj. Carl M. Harwell OSCEOLA, Ark., May 2G.— Announcement, Ls made today by Mrs. Lai Duncan Threlkeid of Oklahoma City of the engagement and approaching marriage of her daughter, Miss Mary Threlkeid, to Maj. Carl Mallory Harwell, son of Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Harwell of Osceola. The wedding will take place Saturday May 29, at 4 p. m. at the Crown Heights Christian Church, Oklahoma City, with the Rev. Paul Galloway, pastor of the Ftercst City Methodist Church and formerly pastor in Osceola, performing the ceremony. Miss Thrcikcld was gradualed from Classen High School, where she was a member of Ihe Merry Maids social club. She later attended Christian College. Columbia, Mo., and Oklahoma City University where she was a member of winning second high. prize was awarded to Mrs. Murray Phi Theta Kappa,' national sclio- Sinart, with Mrs. Doyle Henderson lastic fralernlty. Major Harwell attended the Webb School, Bell Buckle. Tenn. Vanderbill University, Nashville Tenn., where he was a member of Phi Delia Theta fraternity, and Tulane University, New Orleans News Of WAACs, WAVES and SPARS Kalhcrinc T. Broom, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Tipton of Manila has been promoted from auxiliary to auxiliary first class at Branch B, of the Woman's Army Auxiliary Corps Training Center at Camp Montlcello, Ark. from which he received his degree from the school of medicine. He was a member of Nu Sigma N.U medical fralernlty there. Ufa Internship was served at the Methodist Hospital In Memphis after which lie was house physician THEY MAKE GOOD EVERYWHERE OVER 5,000,000 WAVES, WOMEN WAR WORKERS AND WAACS ore releasing men In our Armed Services for more active duly... h«tping on the production front to build more Ships, Planes, Tanks and Guns... making good everywhere. , '' 6«X» .^Chesterfield rWerywhere you see Chesterfield's friendly white pack you can be sure some smoker is enjoying a MILDER, COOLER, BETTER-TASTING smoke. 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