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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 23, 1943
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BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Visilqis Complimented 'At.Night Bridge Party Mrs.,,nobe'r{ Porter and Mrs. W. .J. Pollard, who are making their home:'in Detroit while their husbands are stationed there' with the Air Onnsport Command, were guests of honor, rif a bridge patty given 'last nlglH for another In u >-crle4 of af fails planned since theti 1 arrival. Mis.-Edgar Borum nnd daughter, Mrs. Gpenccr Alexander, were host- di^c-s'.to ; 2-l guests at their home. 'Three- rooms were arranged for ihe -Barnes wllh' purple Irk and violets Intermingled with many shadfs'of tulips to rnnke a colorful setting. Springtime flowers decorated the tallies to carry out this theme. A dessert comxo was .served with •nlud. mils and 'coffee. Mrs. Henry Humphreys won first pri?/-; pillow slips; second high award, bath salts, went to Airs. J. Farrls .McCalla, the guests of honor v.ere. presented bath powder nnd Mrs. Geoffrey Willoughby of Milwaukee, wiio Is visiting First Lieutenant Wliloughby here for n month, was givciv a handkerchief. JlltS, GATES HOSTESS TO CONTRACT CI.UB. Wlien Mrs. James V. Gates cn- .ttrtnincd the Wednesday Contract Chib^hc had as euesls Mrs. James Hill 'jr., Mrs. Paul Grecnwell ami Mrs. -V: O. Miller. Spying flowers were used for ilccoration in the rooms where Ilie guests were entertained. In the bridge games, high score was mvnrded to Mrs. Hill for Die • eues&'iuid Mrs. Gates for the club •prize. Mrs. W. W. Shaver was .second-' among the club members. The hostess served a .sandwich the conclusion of Ihe OUKS5TS I'ljAY KR1DOK WITH .JHDWEKK CMlll '•/ Mrs.-..B..: A. Lynch entertained the, Mid Week Club yesterday afternoon with Mrs. ' W. H. Wylle, •Mi-jjl',' toy .Welch, Mrs. J. II. El- klri.v'.M'rs. Robert A. Porter and Miv.I'Vcd Warren as giicst.s. Tulips, sjilrca and iris decorated the entertaining rooms, where tiie i;uc;jty ,were .served the one-course limc.lV. Tlio smai: tables used for serving , liad as a centerpiece a lighted, candle Easter egg. The tallies and favors carried out the Easter motif .in keeping with the season. ' Mrs-. J. II. Elklns wns presented War Savings stamps ns high nmong; _lhc. guesLs, Mrs. Porter was given- a gift ant! the club prize '• was \von by Mrs. Aubrey Comvay. ; era Association met for their regular session Wednesday afternoon, tea was given lor the retiring president, Mrs. G. E. Clillenwuter. who is moving to JUytbcvlllc. . The lace draped table wns dcco- riUed with n low bowl of tulips nnd other Spring (lowers, yellow s completed the decorations for the table. Miss Marguerite Matthews poured /or the occasion; she was assisted by Mrs. I'.. M. Rcgcnold, Mrs. E. C. Williams, Mrs. Jack Mnyes and Mrs. Ciuy Walker. Mrs. Qhlonwnlcr was presented with n piece of .sterling in appreciation of her work wllh this group. Mrs. Maiguerllo Brotherton uf Blytheville WHS an- out-of-town Buesl. During iho shoil bnilii[-s.s ses- slon !>rec(-dlnfj> the lea. .short n-- pcrl.v were given by the treasurer nnd the noinlnating committee. * * • MltS. I.OGAN' KNTKKTAINS noimi.t: FOUR mm. Mrs. -fhcodore tjogau pnli'vtalncd the Double TOiu- Club yesterdny nftcmoon nt her home on Highway 61' North, with nil members present. Tulips were used for dcconitUin. combined wjlli -nil • varieties uf Spring flowers,. ihioiiKhoiil the rooms where the |>ne,slji played bridge. 'Ilie Easter jnollf wns carried out in the tallies und individual cnkcs which \vere served with sandwiches and cold drinks nt the conclusion of the names. • * * THU'r.K TABI.K CI.llll SlKKTS YpH'I'KRnAV AH members of the Triple Table Club were present yesterday afternoon when Mrs. Dick Wnlstm ciilcrlnined nt Iho homo of her lolher, Mrs. Jolin lionrland. Tiie Easter motif ivns carried nt In the tallies and llowers iiM'd lironghoiit the entei-taitiiiiK rooms, Mrs, Arden H. Crowder received he high score prize and Mis. Olio Scrape was .second In the bridge ;nmes. The ilnte. Bits of News Mostly Personal I'Jie )tev, Cieoj'ge W. Archer wi'iil to Plnckenyville. 11!., Monday lo conduct revival .services for (wo weeks. J. f.onk Cherry Is .spending the v.'H'kcud In I'arh, Ark., whsre lie is .-illeiidliiK to Imsiiiess foi- Ills mollier, Mrs. W. H. Cherry, Miss .H-iinclta ,/rnn &baiigh arrived today Horn lies Molncs, Iowa, where .sir: attends Drake University, io .spend tin 1 leister holidays wild her pan-nt.s. Mr. and Mrs (; V. fiebaiijjh. Mr. mid Mrs. A. .J. Weeks Jr.. and bnliy .sun arrived Wi'dnesduy nlnht fmm Dallas to siiciul Ilie Kuslei- hdli.liiys with Mr. Wceh.s' mother. Mrs. A. ,J. Weeks Sr., and sister. Mist, Allies Weeks. While hero Mr, Weeks will shiK the tenor purl in till.- '.sacred cnnlaln (jiven lonl|;hl :n |tie Methodist Church. Mto.s l/.mctli! Rninrl, student at Mlsslsslpiii SI:ite College for Women. Columbus, Miss., is spending lilt Knster vucutliiii with lier mother. Mrs. J. 11. Smart ,Ir. Mks Smnrl, uccninponicd by Mr. and Mrs. Mel llruiiks Jr., will motor lo Meni|ilnk Iciiiiulil to meet her riioiniiuilc, Miss Knlhcrlnv Held of West Point, Miss., who will spenil ihe weekend here. Miss .Joyce Olll, who is a student al Arkansas State Touchers 1 College, Conwny, has arrived lo ospcntl Ihe Krister holidays wllh her parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. G. Gill at '• ISAPTIST W. M. 11. HA.SMNE \VMEMBEK Mjs.^B. B. Britt hccnniD n nev\ member, of. the Woman's Missionary* Union; of the Second Baptist Church, when they met Monday evening with Mrs. Walter Dunlin: ns hostess; ' The six- present heard Mrs. G, W. 'Archer give the devotional am: tea<jh the mt.islonnry lesson. , ' • • SHOWER GIVEN J ; ORTMHS. WEBSTER M,rs. J. O. Serrati was hostess to a^^roup.of friends at a showci Thur«lay afternoon for Mrs. Melba .5yel)Ster. IJuigV was -enjoyed during the at- tcriioon. nfter which a salad plate wlttt cake and coffee was served ;» '• ' ' . , , AHJIOHEL I>. T. A. MEETS WEDNESDAY. When the Armorel Parent-Tench Miss Hilly l.egnett, a. senior at the (Jniver.sity of Mississippi lending ihi- Master holidays with her parents. Mr, and Mrs. W 0 U'ggcti. Russell Fan- and Warren Clark, hostess served n desserl ilHS. C. (-'.. l.ANOSTON Jr. ENTEKTAINS 01,1111 EIGHT. Tulips nnd a variety of Spring jloa-omx decorated the country ionic of Mrs. C. C. Lmrgslmi Jr., vhen she was yesterday af- ernoon to mcnibcis of Club Kiylit. Mrs. John Caudlll was the only Sliest. Bridge was played during he afternoon, with high score awarded to Mrs. Otto Scitipi' nnd Mrs. Piiul .lobe, second high. A snndwicch plain wilh cold .Irinks was served. * * *. TUESDAY LUNCHEON' full'. HAS TilllEE CUEKTS Mrs. G. W. AUIick nitevlalncd the Thursday Luncheon Club yesterday afternoon with Mrs. J. li Kendrlcks, Chambliii and Mrs. W. It. Minynid as g«e;,ls. The two-course luncheon was .served from Ilie dining table, centered ' with n low bowl of pink and blue sweet peas. The pink and blue color rcheme also wa~, carried out in (he tallies and place- curds. In the bridge games, high score wns awarded to Mrs. Ross 1). Hughes. Mrs. Byron Morse wns second hiuli at Die University of Arkansas, Pnycllevlllt', are ,i]>e.nd!ng Ilie Kiisler holidays H'llh Uicr parents,, Mr. and Mrs. lUissell I''arr Sr,, and Mrs. Gage Clark. Mr. Fni'r nnd Mr. Clark will go to the I'ca- l)«(ly Hole), Memphis, tonlglit to Join a group of scliool friends for * uidritf at the Skyway. Mrs. E. ll. Bridges Is visiting her niolhcr in ft'ti'awlierry, Ark. Mr. will inoldi' over for her intlay. Corp. Ai vh Clene Sykes stationed nl Waco. Texas, und Mrs. Sykes who ' llvlnc, lit Little Rock while her husband I:; servlni; with Ihe Armed spent Wednoxlny- and Thursday here as liiiest.s of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W, SSykcs, Mr. and Mrs. I'ri'd Corknin met them In Moni- j)hls nnd motored lliein to Hlylhe- vlllc. Mrs, Cuiknin is tin- former Mies IJella 1'iiye Sykes. Capt, .1. M. Wnlls has returned to Camp fhtilifr. Okla., ;ifier a brief leave. Mrs. \ValLs and sons. Tom and Joe. met htm in Memphis ami accompanied him to New Orleans whcri" lie lit tended the medical mcElIni: and .stojiped here fur a day on route lo his past, Mr. nnd Mrs. E. V. Walls motored him to .Memphis to bep,in his return trip. Ciiirnld Ciirter of I.illle Roek nnd Don Cnrler of I'ilt.sburg, Kansas, have iinlved to .spend linsler vncn- tion witti their partiHs, Mr. and Mrs. Ci. ll. Carter. Mr. nnd Mrs. M. O. McRac nnd Infant daughter of E| Centra, Cnllf., me tiie guests of Mr. und Mrs. Norman Bunch. Mr. and Mrs. Alcltae formerly lived here. Met bod isl Choi i? And Guest Singers In Sacrerl (Cantata Passion Week of Jesus Christ will be ntwerral nl First Methodist Church tonlglit when the choir, under direction of Miss Agnes Weeks, director, will present a sacred cantntn "The Seven Last, Words of Christ", Theodore Unbolt;. to begin at 8 jvlll be sung by Mr. Stevens, followed by H i cnoti recitative and a chorus sung a cupello by (he tenors and basses. The sixth word "Father, inio | I ny hands i commend My soul ' FRIDAY, APRIL 23, Revival Ends Tonight An evangelistic meeting al the Osccoln Hupllst Church this week, will come lo n close tonight with the Rev. Harold Tillman, pastor, conducting the nightly services. Gene Baitlett, new cliolf- divcc- lor of First Baptist Church, is assisting In I he services. I'he program Is o'clock. Tills canlata Is peculiarly suited to Good Friday ns It- contains ,hc complete text of the slory of Lhc Ci lififixlon, glvlnu each word ,hal Christ spoke from the cross, it has been pointed out. Assisting the First Methodist Church choir will he guest musicians: Jack Weeks of Dallas, brother of Ilie dircctoi 1 , who will be featured as tenor soloist; Ross Stevens, ); soloist, Noble dill. baritone soloist, Mrs. Farmer line- land. soprano .s-olplst, Ray Worth- ngton nnd Mrs. W. D. Cnbb. After the introduction, to be flinij! by Miss Carolyn Haley, soprano, the first word "Father, forgive them, for they know not what they do," will be sung by Mr. Ciill, followed by a chorus and .solo |>y Mr. Weeks. ' T).o second word "Verily, tlioii shalt be in today witli me, Adieu, .so I tell thec", will be sung by Mr. Weeks, followed by a <lma by Mr. Stevens nnd Mr. Weeks. The chorus will then .sing with a tenor and baritone obligato. The third word "See, o woman' Here behold thy son beloved", will be sung by Mr. Gill. A solo by Mrs. England will follow before a tenor solo anil a soprano and tenor duet with the chorus- accompanying. Wilson Henry, baritone, will sing the fourth word "Clod, my Father, why has thou forsaken me?" The fifth word "I am athirst" WASHABLE, LASTING BEAUTY FOR WALLS & WOODWORK Interior Gloss -» j Semi-Gloss Tilt; full rich (llnss, the snlin-sraoolh Sehli-Gloss tncan new lusting he.iuty for xvnlls ami woodwork. l;asy to use- spread far—cover well. TOR BATHS, KITCHENS, WOODWORK John Miles Miller Co. Distributor 123 W. Ash I'lidiie 2007 Read Courier News wnnt ads. StJoseph ASPIRIN \ •ORIO'S ItROtST SKlfB AT 101 This is Easier Time Now millions of Anieniiiu rc-i their faith in [ruth, iiistut inrf'nK The Choir Of The •First Methodist Church Will Present A Sacred Cantata 'THE SEVEN LAST WORDS OK CHRIST" The Music By Theodore Dnbois. Tonight Al 8 o'clock At The First Melhodist Church, Blylhevllle , THE PUBLIC IS CORDIALLY INVITKD Easter Flowers Waster Miles, lie.iiilifiil potted j plants of many klmls. ' ' Aialcas, Hydrangea, HcROnlas, made-up-boxes of assorted |il.iiili. Corsages nf Gardenias, Roses, Orchids, Carnations ana PLACE YOUR ORDERS EAKI.Y and tlon't be ^isapiivlntcd—Join tiie Kasler Parade with flon-ers. Tlanls Gro»-ri in Our Oira Green houses. OPEN CVEMXGS IINTII, SUNI'A V Heaton's Home Of Flowers ttt D»rls Avr. Phone 510 But This Easter is Different. In oilier years, we would be talking about the Haster Parade: new bonnets, snurt dresses, suits, gay shoes and colorful h.iinlb.igs . .. spring ontfiis for everyone. Of course \vc have all these things. But'this Easier, die gre.itcr emphasis is on wardrobes for the Home From job . .. for now .Every Easter Outfit is a" Uniform! IK U9»[ (MOT IlimOUl IS mmHINt Wll *UI: li may he a tlrcss. or ilacks and 5f>oit shirt; n skirl anil Mouse; An overall or i soil . . . whatever 15 corafon.ililc, !onj;-\ve,ir- iui:> beroniing and fining for ilic job yo\i have to ilo. \fi mi IMS! 199 IS immm: In church and school, («• lory anil, on die faini and the issentfaly line, in ihc More und the home. IHt mi IMK1 WimtR IS HtRtBOOt: Your son Jpc and >cmr <;hi« Mary: your Inisbiml Sam, your ni'iglihois Ann anJ lltnry, ami you, yourself! AND TOIXNV, AS ALWAYS FOR '-fl" ^TAHS, Pr.S'NEY ' ;; STOMS A1U. OUrniTlNG.AMERICAN VAM1UF.S! ! Our long experience with low-cost," ncighHorly stOKkecping suml An.crk.i in pooJ itc.\d loday: jour J. C. Pfnney store h n.ut o( a n.uion-vviilc liusinessvthm brings ;o e<ifb comniuniiy, ai tho very tiTOest i-iwililc covi. ihingi produced in all sections of ilie t'nitcil Slices. U docs tiir millions on the Home Front, xvlui tiie Strvicn ( Supply d<i for millions on the L'Mtle front. J will be sung by Mr. Weeks' who also will sing an obligato with the chorus. The seventh word "It is tlnish- «1' will Ijc sung by Mr. Gill after « soprano recitative sung by Mrs finllili Berrynian. A solo by Mr. Weeks will be followed by tiie closing chorus 'Christ, we l)o All Adore 'fhec". l''or the organ prelude, Miss Weeks will p]ay "Noelnine" Schumann, and for the posthule "Marebc l^mebre" neelhoveji. Group Meets Tonight Woodmen of the World win meet tonight at f;!in o'clock for drill at the hail, corner Fifth nnd Main. At The Hospitals I5l.vthcvil(e Hospilal Dismissed— C. A. Cunningham, city. W'nlls Hospital Admitted- Mrs. V. M. Brlllaln, city. Dismissed— Mary Lou Reeves, city Karl McCall Walker, city. Lucile Dodd, 'Kcl.scr. Memphis Methodist Hospital ' Admitted— . O. E. Cross, Osceola. Memphis St. Joseph's liesullal Admitted— , Mis. James Howls, Frenchman's IJnyo. Memphis liaplisl Hospital Admitted— S.__S._Orlmes, cily. MOROLINE WORRY,WORRY,WORRY li'i _.._ without sulferiuir from huail- *che, U>0, TaVi) Cujtudine lo relieve .llio pain unit Ecxjtho r*rvcs ujisvtbj' I tic juitn. Cup- udJne fa NciufJ — no wju'Ung for it lo (ILi^Qtvc, before or after latjljitf. Use only as dj. ncttd. IQc. Me. COc. CAPUDINE AT FIRST 5IONOFA ^^ USE 666 TABLETS, SALVE. NOSE DROPS DANCE Saturday Night 9:30 lo J O'Clock In the Beautiful Blue Room of the HOTEL NOBLE W Admission (i(ie Per Person Distress From PERIODIC FEMIIE mm Which Makes You Cranky, Nervous— Tal«- lircd If yon. Ilka r.n mnnv women ami ulrls. have ull or (inu one ol thfsc symploim: Do you on such ilnys culler cramps, lumclsuhra back UChD.wcnk. ilprvons fcrllnj-y tllsljcss of "IrrCRiilnrltles", periods' of tho IJlllos—Oue lo fuiicllonal nioilllily Tlien st:irl at oucc-lry Lyclln K Plnklmni's Vtuelnhic Compoiniii— Jlie best known nu-illclno yon can KS of tills nature' Till'! of its scotmiiK tlfccl'on ONE or WOMAN'S MOST IMPORTANT ORGANS.TnXMireeinnrly—Plnkliam's Comiwiinil lielps build up reslstancti agaliiiit such symptoms. Thousands upon thousands of women have re. ported licneflt. Lydla IMiikhain's Comiiouiul is ai» fio u JiHL' stoillucJlJc tonlcl Cet ft hiHtle risht away from your drill;. Blst. Follow hiliel illrecllons The Miracle Jn Permanent Waving! TO!,!) KAV, the modern, scien- (illr. ii'.'U'e. Nil heal — No machines, Dnip in fur details. IHCADTY «II()I> S. L'irsl I'lnme 253!j How About The Missus?* \ can lop (lie happiness » nift of flowers will i l>rinK her iliis Easter—Let us help yon surprise her! j r Corsages — Plants — Cut Flowers The Flower Shop Delivery Anywhere, Any Time | Glencoe Hotel «ldg. ' Phone <191 Sheer, New Bemberg Hosiery! ^ 1 Bare-leg Flatterers Full- Fashioned HOY 3 PAIR.. One to Wear- One to Wash- One to Dry! Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1 -.45 Show Starts 2:00 ' •LISTKN TO IU.CN 9:04 a.m.. 12:15 11,111. 4:30 p.m. Last Time Today / Sixpence' vviDi fJfifti'gfi! Saumli'r.s nnd I! t'aramount NVws A Seleclnl Snturdiiy This is n year to combine senli- mcnl.wilh practical thinking ... . and fhal means hosiery ranks Kij,'h on your siiKgeslion list . Cive "her" hosiery (his Easier— she never 'has too many [lair. Select from all (he popular Spring shades. Take Part Of Your Change In WAR STAMPS! ATTENTION SHOE CUSTOMERS! WAHTIMK rondilions have seriously alTeelcd flic services we arc able to render. HOWEVER, rcKrmllcss O f nhnrlii^cs. slow deliveries, c(c., we will positively rnnliiuic to ooiiscieniioiisly lit every pair of shoes correctly. WK MKJHT not hitve every si/.c .in every style, hut we will .strive to have Iho corrccl si/.e for'your fool in .slock in some sonsomilrlc and attractive number. W n-OVD , iHinriE -SHOE: »-*0 S I V TO o/ LYNN MER.fllCK R^BERT-HOMANS lnim Serial—"1'fi-ils of Nyolia" No. :i nnd Short Subjocfs. .'onliiuiniis SJmuing Sal. I (o 11:311 Sunday & Monday Shadow of a Boubt , \vilh Tcrr-sa \Vtigiit mid .Toscpli N'c\vs & S ROXY Bargain NlgM Every Nlglit Except Snlimlny. Box OITico Opi-ns C:-IS Slmw Hl-.n-ls 7:00 C»ntinunm Slioira Hat. anil gun. I,;IK( Time Today 'Target for Tonight' wiiii UK- i:..\.i'. Krlrrtnl Shnrls Saturday Stampede' will) Hiiiil (iilivnn i"»l Kr.i-iiil— "Oi-rrlanil IMVil" Xi>. II .1111! Klioil Cont. Slimvtng Satur. 1:00 lo 11:30. Sunday aud Monday Iren Oliver LAUREL • HARDY .nil OAllte THE MAGICIAN j Fox News ami Short

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