The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 28, 1943 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 28, 1943
Page 2
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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.')' COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28, 19-13 PROGRAM ' YESTERDAY MteHMargarel Dtlnmlr epresent- ed th* program at Lange School \csterday afternoon when members of (K£j?aient reacliei Association held Their regular meeting A home made mlnlaluie picture shol\ '\as displajed by Hie Joe El- Kliis and Chfliles Pnchard who designed and made it The title Of the feilure was 'Flying Planes". Origtml were given by; cn CampEell, Bonnie Nelson and Tom Willis, after which Jackie and Bi'lv Jnmcs- played a piano duel. 1)10 fouith filth and sixth giade students sang, Rose of No Man's Land and Easter Puade," with Mars Jo Elton singing the solo purls. , As Time Goes By" v as sung by Martha McGregor and Billy James. K'atlum Wade and Ann Melted vnnij a duet,' Indian Love Call . •me presidents message was icad In'Mis E E Haidin, and Miss Vanme V Tinner announced that all motheis having children who Mir e.itei school next jeai must brlijg them to the school on May Htl) to register * • • 0 'N Ji CI liB MEETS \\ira SIRS. EDWARDS Mrs Don Edwards entertained the G N B Club last night at her hctne All members were picsenl. Spring flowers were used * --"the entertaining rooms MRS. ROBERT 1'Oltf EU HONORED AT Cl.lll! : Miss Mildred Lou Hubbard and Miss Nancy kirshncr entertained the IXWblo G Club last, night at the Hubbard'home in honor of Mrs. Robert. Porter of Detroit, a former member who Is visiting her parents,. Mr.'and Mrs. B. A. Lynch. Mrs, Spencer 'Alexander also was a giiesl., Tulips and snapdragon decorated the entertaining rooms where the guests played bridge. Mrs. Albert Taylor- was awarded the high score prize with second high to Mrs. J. Farris McCalla. The guest o( honor was, presented a gift of handkerchiefs. At the conclusion of the evening the hostesses served chicken salad and cold drinks, for refreshments. Bit* of News Motdjr Penonal vJieie bunco -us placed _ In the games bunco was awarded to Mrf Ahls Harris High to Mrs. DOB Fdwnrds and Ion, Mrs Clyde A'EBndiiich pMc and cold drinks \vas served at;the conclusion of Iho gatpcs ^ ^ t GOT A BRIDGE cum MtFTblLSTERDAY Mrs Bob Gv,jnn enterlained the Oct* Bridge Club jesterdaj after- Mrs. Mylhe Mnrley returned to her home In Pcnsacola, Fta., lodiis nrtcr spendlne several days here ar guest of Mks Jeanelta Jean Se baugh. Mrs. Marley and Miss Sc baugh were schoolmates at Drnto University, Des .Molncs, la. Mrs. J. D. Trleschmann tun daughter, Sally ore in Little Roc' where Sally Is consulting a special Pvt. W. C. Reagan Jr., who ! stationed at Port Kuox, Ky., re turned to his • station there Mon day nfter spending .his furloug here with his wife and his parent Mr. and Mrs. Reagan Sr. c* noon with all members pieseul. Ms and spirca , were n.scd thrpughout die entertaining rooms vhere biidge was plajed High score award was .presented (o Mis Raymond Schmuck after which "the hostess served a salad plate and cold drinks. < " * ' EASTERN STAR GROUP WiLDS PRAIER SERVICE When the"order of The Eastern Star held.their.stated meeting last night, a prajer sen ice was given lor;the boys tn the Armed Forces. Ihis ,c5mr as a lequcst from tlieigrand worthy matron of Arkansas; Miss Glenn Stockburger. Preceding the prajers the leader, 7iirl Otis Shepherd, gave a history of the origin of the Marines, Army, Na«> and Coast Guard There were H members and or.c guest Mrs G B Carter, pis-sent for this scivice v-lnch was ynecedcd bi i business session Refreshments were served by the hostesses for the evening, Miss Cora LeiC Coleman and Mrs. Charles Al ford I . « • MltS: DIXIE CRAWFORD KA$ CLDD~GUESTS Mrs Dixie Crawford entertained Mr< Chester Caldwell and Mrs. Charles Origger when the Tuesday BrMgc 'Ohio met at her liome yes- tciihy afteinoon Sprm" flowers were used throughout-4*e ««onis^where the guests Osccola -•Mrs. Russell Phillips re.tnrnc Monday from Nashville,. Tent) where she visited her danghte Miss Betty Phillips, a student f Ward Bclmont College and he Etstej, Mrs. Patty Knight. Louis Lynch and Bill Wllso students at Castle Heights Mllltai Academy, Lebanon, Tcnn., will arrive Friday to spend the weekend witli their parents, Mr. mid Mrs. B. A. Lynch nnd Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wilson. Jorp. Olon and Mrs. Sprnylierry who have been visiting Mrs. Lydia Sprayberry here, have returned to Son Antonio. Texas where he is stationed at Fort Sam Houston. Mr. and Mrs. Lane Nowell of Han Bernadlno, Calif., arc visiting Mrs. Nowells mother, Mrs. Lydla . •praybcrry. Harry W. Halncs has returned from Chicago where he visited his nephew, Kenneth Haines ami family and attended to business. Russell Phillips returned from LHlle Rock last night where he attended to business, I'•'•''' Mrs. W. O. Anderson hns* return ed from a 12-day trip spent with her son, Pfc. Harold E. Anderson stationed at Gulf port, Miss. She also visited friends in Uiloxi En- route home she stopped at Cami Shelby,'Miss., to visit a son-in-law and spent Easter with another son, Charles L. Anderson, sennmi second class at Memphis. in "tfie "games high scoic was awarded to Mrs. Murray Smart •md second high to Mrs Crlgger. The hostess served a salad plate and cold drinks for refreshments. t • « GIRL SCOUT GROUP ELECTS MRS. LADD Mrs Glenn' Ladd was elected chairman of llie Lone Troop Association of Girl'Scouts, when they met at he* home Monday night. Mrs jaclc'Garngan is co-chairman, Mrs II. G Reichel, treasurer ana Mrs J. R McDonnell was named as secretary lo serve Ihe coming yeaf Reports were Erven on'the air Scout meeting held in Memphis attended by Mrs. Rosco Crafton nnd Mrs Earl Buckley. Plans were made for the court o Awards to be held in June. Social Calendar THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs, A E. Huntlcy will cntertah ortnlghtly Club. Thursday Luncheon Club meeting •ith Mrs. Russell Phillips. •Mrs. Walter Pope will lie hosless o Ihe Mid Week Club. Club Eight will meet with Mrs. H. G Partiow. Double Four Club meeting with . ». DUNX TO SI'EAK J, n Dunn, assistant attoniey- eneral of Arkansas, s|>;nl llie aster weekend with his family ere. Mr. Dunn will be the principal leaker at the meeting- of the lirlslltin Laymen* League In Pine luff next Tuesday' night. He will return home next Sunday for meeting of Ihe Fifth-. District tmcrlcnit Ugion In Osceola,' ac- ompanled by several stale officers f the Logiou living ill Little Rock. J. L. Kent of State Sclecelve Service Headquarters spent the •r>:r.end here with Mrs. Kent, chief pernlor of the local telephone of- Ice. Mr. and -Mrs. G. Hcartsill Banks md as' their guests for the Easier eason their daughter, Miss Uitrbnra Junks of Memphis; a niece, Miss lutli Banks of Memphis; W. L. lanks and O. T. Hunks of Mc- irory. Ark , father and uncle of Mr. Hanks. Mrs. ft. C. Rose of Roseland spent the weekend with her sisters, Mrs. Marie Moore and Miss Pan Nichols. Among'those home for the wcek- jnd wltli their families were O. \1. Falrley, engineer at the Japanese Relocation Center, Jerome, Ark. Eldon nnd Julian Pairley, both sludcnla In the University of Tcmissseo Medical School, • Memphis, were also at home for the day nnd night. Julian Falrley, who received hi." prc-mcdlcal training at the University of Arkansas, was vot« mcmbsrship in Phi Ueta Kappa f.ciiolaslie fraternity the past week Mr. and Mrs. Hale Jackson have as their guest her mother, Mrs. iL L. Vundeivoort, of Chicago. Other guests In the Jackson home fo tester Sunday were Mrs. Jackson', nopliew, Charles Revelle Bowen o lemphls, n student at Bell Buckle cnn., accompanied by a classmate alph Can- of Minneapolis, Minn ho will be graduated from th •cimcssee school in May. Mrs. Arthur Webb spent Sunda •Ith Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Sulliva Mrs. John n. Allen, nccompanlc >y her grandmother, Mrs. W. 1 Flnnnlgnn, left Sunday for Los \ngeles, San Diego and other points n 'California. They were Joined in Memphis by Mrs. Mollie Unter- ncycr wlioss husband has been recently brought back from the ,'aciflc war '/.one and is in a.west coast hospital. v : ,•; .They will be joined in .Oklahoma City by Mrs. William Bnrd Edring- lon, who will .make llie trip with them. Mrs. Flimnignn will spend a month wllh her grandson, Ben PlnnniBan, who Is employed with the Douglas Aircraft Corporation in Santa.-.Monica. Mr. and Mrs. E. T.. Neff have returned to their home In Houston following a visit here with her mother. Mrs. Claude Pcrrln. Mrs. Neff is the former Miss Elcctm Buck of this city Anny Or<;hostra Will Play For Company K Dance Music by the Army Air Pick) orchestra which Includes many former members of outstanding dunce bands, will be featured at a public dance to be given at the National Guard armory here Friday night by members of Company K, Arkansas Guard. The soldier orchestra will play from 9 p. m, until I a. in. it was announced today by Capt: Oliver W. 'Coppedge, company commander. The musicians are all members of the 35lsl Army Air Forces band organized at the BlyLhcvllIe Army Air Field last year and which rapidly Is becoming one of the most outstanding unlLs in the soulhea t area. The dance will be cabaret style wltli tables arranged around tlit •\iice floor for members of the oinpnny, guests from the air flck id the public. Auxiliary Speaker Dismissed— H. C. Coulson, Slccle,- Mo. Mrs. E. B. Thomas, city. Mrs. C. L. Nabers, city. Mrs. L, E.' Baker, city. Memphis Itapllsl Hospital Admitted- Mrs. T. A. Patrick, Hayti,.Mo. Miss Claiidin Kuykendall of Fort Smith, piesldcnt of the Arkansas Department, American Legion Auxiliary who will be presented on the program at Ihe Spring conference of Fifth District to be held at Harrisbunj tomorrow. A group of ulythc'vlllo women headed hy Mrs. Kd Cook, president of tlie local group, will attend the conference, i ar/ Continuous Showt Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 9:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. One-third of the population of j'ly.onn consists of Indians and lexlcans. World's largest strawberry niar- et Is Wallace, N. C. Anl.s commnnlcalEe v,'ith one anther by rubbing their antcnriao ogcther, it is believed. At The Hospitals Illjthcville Hospital Admitted-, Mrs. Crockett-Wright, Manila. Sharon Kay Maness. city. Jliinnle Lancashire, city. Dismissed— Clayton Davis, city. Walls Hospital Admitted- Marvin 'JIatley, Carulhersvllle, Mo. James B?ard, city. Anna May Hntlcy, Stecle, "Mo. Mr . W. B. Dunn. city. 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