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BLYTHEVILLE (ARRj;. COURIER ; NEWS TUESDAY,'-JUNE' 8,-. 1943' Party For Miss Phillips Mrs. R. P. Kirshner and daughter, Miss Nancy, entertained 15 friends last night, honoring Miss Elizabeth Calhoun .-Phillips !>hose wedding to 'Second Lieut. Robert Oliver Phillips of'-Biitler, Penri., will be solemnized Saturday night. The entertaining rooms were decorated throughout with white hydrangeas. The evening was spent Infornml- ly with Qiimes and contests pertaining to romance and brides. The guest, of honor 'was 'presented with a bride's book "Our Yesterdays," a memory -book, Iii which to record events ot ; thelr married life. ' .'. ':'•' •:••••; • Late In the. evening the hostess-; es served home made Ice crenni and cake. ; ' •,•'•". Miss Nelda Ma jure, --house guest of tlie Phillips family, and Miss Julia '• Wade Koclititzky of Columbus, Miss., were out ot towii.guesls. ' • • ' .- • V. PRESBYTERIAN AUXILIARY M'KETS AT CHURCH. The executive board of the Presbyterian Women's Auxiliary met yesterday afternoon .at .the , church for a .business ..session. "al which time reports 'from -committee cliair- men were .'presented to the president, Mrs. D. C. .McLean. It .wiis voted at' tills session to send seven young |>eople from the church to "Fcrnclin*," the Presbyterian ea'rrip al Ferndale, Ark., where flic Rev. 'Jnni'es A. Overholser will -'be an instructor. Gifts 'to all 'the graduates from this church were sent train the Woman's 'Auxiliary, It was announced and an appeal was made for more workers In the bandage - room and the USD. Mrs. C. M. Gray gave the devotional and ' off ered .prayer. .» * • MISS OPAL IIENSON WEDS JACK ADKISSON. Miss -Opal .Henson, daughter of Mr. . and Mrs. Elmer Henson, and Jack Adkisson, son of Mr. and Mrs. R.-L. Adklsson. both of the' Forty and Eight community, were married.. May .20 at - Carutliersvillc. Mo., itv lias . been , announced by their parents. •.<-•• Recipe To Make A Skirt: Take One Pair Of Trousers... Mr. ;Mrs. Adklsson' -were both graduated from the Armorel High School .last:year -where they were active in school affairs. .'At present "they ; are . at- :the home of the bridegroom's.parents, where lie is engaged in farming with his father. - • ; • AIRS FRED BEAN HAS; C.B.C. CLUB Mrs. Fred' Bean entertained the. C.B.C Club Friday afternoon at her home , *• The entertaining rooms were dec orated ^throughout with mlxe bouquets of Summer flowers During the afternoon brldg was played and high score priz awarded, lo Mrs. O. O. Elklns, will Mrs. Paul.'Byrum winning secotn and Mrs.-.T. F. Jackson, brldgo. At the;conclusion of the bridg Bit* of News i CT80BU Evangelists IS ' Look oat, Fop! She made that-'eood-looklnr skirt out of those >ld tranters row were going to throw away, and now she's casting slacks. down when being converted Into women's skirts—the culfs becoming the skirt walslbnnd. To cheek Quickly on whether . the trousers make a .skirt for yon,-compare your hip measurement against the combined circumferences of the Iwo Irouser legs—at a point Just below Hie knees of .the trousers. If the Irouser widths arc as great or greater than your hip measurement, you'll get a skirt to Ingenuity In "make 'em last" I wartime salvage Ideas appears to lave sctllcd the old gag abaut who years the pants in the house. Mom r Sis can wear them—but us good- ooklng skirts whose bifurcated )ast no one-would ever suspect. t jusl lakes n bit of simple scw- ng, guided by n clever pattern. In act, the pattern not only tells •on how lo make a skirt from a >alr of trousers, but gives com- jlele dlrecllons for making your- elf a good-looking suit out of a nan's single-breasted suit. The rattem comes In sizes 12 to 20. •"or a size 12. you need a man's suit of size 3(i or over, while for a 20, you need a size 38. Men's trousers nrc turned upside Jack Webb, son of Dr. and Mrs. Floyd Webb, Is visiting at the home if Ills parents for several weeks, sir. Webb recently passed the Arkansas uusic science test and the first part of the Arkansas State Board examination. lie Is secretary ol the I'hl Chi medical fraternity nt the University ol Arkansas Medical Schoo] In Little I Jock and will return there to complete .his medical work. Mrs. Uln McKcn/lc of Daytona Beach arrived today for a visit with 1 Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Evrard and family and Mr. and Mrs. W.'M. McKenxlc. Dr. Frank U. Smith relumed! to his home In Nebraska Oily • yesterday after spending several weeks here as the guest of hi.s daughter, Mrs. H. P. Kirshner and family. William lawrencc Homer Jr., will leave tonight for Washington U. C., where he will visit: his aunt, Mrs. J. E. Allmon and Mr. Allmon for '-Iho summer Mrs.'Allmon Is tlie former Miss Nanny Clark Smith,of \Vhcatley. Ark, who taught 'music In the Blytlievllle Schools several years ago. Mrs Melvln.Hnlsell who has been 111 for n week,~ went to Memphis today to consult n specialist. She was accompanied by Mr. Halsell; her mother, Mrs.-C. L. Nabers, and Mrs. J. E. Halscll. ... Mrs. Virgil 'Green, Miss Elizabeth Dlyllie and Martin McAuliff returned yesterday from Rattles-, burg, Miss., wlAsrc they .ijxmt the weekend with Mrs. Green's daughter, Miss Evelyn'Blythe and Mrs. Ralph Odley and family. Mrs. 13. P. Potter has been admitted to Walls Hospital for treat- Mi, .fattgcrs Mr, Ogden Evangelists O. L. Jaggers and O, C. Ogden, are appearing ;il the First Assembly of God Church tills week where they present special numbers ou the piano and electric: gutlar as well as olher in- struincnls. Miss Mary Lynn Jackson Awarded AA Certificate ST. CHARLES, Mo., June 8 (UP) Mary Lynn Jackson, 1412 West Main Slrcct, liiytlicvitlc, was awarded a certificate of Associate in Arts at the 110th annual commencement of Llndenwood College yesterday. She was one of a graduating class of 111 of which four arc from Arkansas. The commencement, address was delivered by Dr. Alice E. Lloyd, dean of women, University of Michigan. The baccalauicale sermon was preached Sunday by Dr. George Arthur Franl/, pastor First Presbyterian church, Indianapolis, Hid. To Show War Pictures fit you. NOTE: .To obtain tills pattern, No. 8251, pk'itsc send 15 cents, plus 1 cent 'postage, together with your name, address, pattern numltcr and size 1(1 Courier News, IWi Seventh Avenue, Nf.w York, N. Y. gomes .'-the-hostess .served home made ice'vcream" and'cake. ._v-' -• - •'• •',» CHURCH WOMEN HOLD MEETING Mrs. W.^L. Green presided over the meeting of the .Woman's Society of 'Christian Service at 'the Lake Street Methodist Church.yesterday afternoon, when '.plans were made to assist* In .serving at the USO Center, v. The 11 'members and : one .visitor Mrs. M.'E.'.Turnbow, heard the devotional and prayer given by Mrs Bates Sturdy.. ' Tlie closing .prayer was given bj Mrs. A. L/.Recan. .,'.'-. ".* •' ''* • W. M. U.-EXECUTIVE BOARD MEETS YESTERDAY The executive board of the Woman's 'Missionary.'.Union of the .First Baptist. Church met - at: 1:30 o'clock ycsterday~'afterncori with prayers said by'Mrs.-W. J. Rogers and'Mrs. C. E. Jonnson. This was followed by a business meeting'which was opened in the prize was awarded to Mrs. C. B. Klene, bunco lo Mrs. Hradlierry, low. lo'Mrs. Cunningham, and consolation, Mrs.'Turner Kissell. ,,A sandwlch'plalCiand-cold drinks was served fbllowiiig : -tlie games. METHODIST WOMEN HOLD MEETING Woman's Society of Christian Service of the First Methodist Church met yesterday afternoon nt he church for the regular monthly business session. Mrs. W. I. VJeiilon gave the de- •otional followed with n poem read by:Mrs. S. 13. Wilford. the topic of vhich was "A Lady Witli a Pencil." The president, Mrs. James Hill Jr., piesldcd over tlie business nt which time reports were filed and committees appoiulcd. Social Calendar Mrs. S. S. Patterson and daughter, Vivian, of Jackson. Miss., arrived last night to spend the Summer here with Mrs. Patterson's mother. Mrs. W. T. Obcrsl. Mrs. Patterson, during the past year, was a member of a high school faculty In Jackson. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Friend and son, R. A., spent the weekend in Memphis, Mrs. Merrill Wood and daughters, Margaret Ann and Elizabeth, of Ponloloc, Miss., have .arrived to spend a week. :Mrs. -Wood and Elizabeth are visiting in Ihe home of Mr. and Mrs. Gill while WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS ' . D. C. Club meellng with Mrs. Country Club will usual form .and at which time com-1 Dismissed— mitlce reports were given and'filed. " Mrs. Theodore Logan gave Ihc devollon41;and'kd'in prayer with At The Hospitals Walls Hospital Admitted- Mrs. B. F. Potter, city. Mrs. P. Oandiana, city- Mrs. John L. Klein, cily. Born to Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Shaw, city, n son lasl night. Dismissed— .-Mrs. 'Vclers Gills, Manila. W. It. Overtoil. Roscland. .Mrs. W. A. Chase and baby, city. Rlylhcville Hospital Admitted- Mrs. Naola Endes, cily. James Rccd, Sleele, Mo. Toby Long. Town and ;ncct with Mrs. O. O. Cniullll. Mrs, V. G. Holland entertaining Ihe. Wednesday Contract Club. Mrs. Harry Ktrby and Mrs. R. U Slockctt cnlertainlng with a I breakfast honoring Miss Belly Phillips at Ihe Kirby home. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Byron Morse entertaining Die Thursday Luncheon Club. Mrs. Sam Sikcs will be hostess to the Triple Table Club. O. R, A. Birthday Club meeting with Mrs. D. Gnrrclt. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ilaines entertaining with a supper honoring Miss Betty Phillips. F.lliolt Fletcher chapter. United Daughter of the Confederacy, mcel- hiK with i\lrs. W. T. Oberst, 12:30 p. m. Mrs. Louise Proctor will entertain Hie Enzolian Sunday School Class at her home, 2'23 Dougnn. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Miss Julia Wade Kochlitzky and Miss Nancy Hughes entertaining with a .supper party honoring Miss Belty Phillips at the Hughes home Fidelis Sunday School Class, Firs Baptist Church, will meet 1 v>. in. at I5oi!wco<l Ridge Club House. Mrs. R. A. Copeland entertaining Ihe C.B.C. Club with Mr. Wood, who Is employed tlieville where here, and Margaret Ann is the Rustic Inn. guest of Carolyn Lintzcnich and Maureen - Morris. They - formerly lived .-here. f , j. "Mtss'idall Hch.'Miss Mnry Wei-' shons, Miss Amelia Saliba, • Miss' Nancy McGill, Miss Frances Bright, Miss .Sarah Grace Joiner, and the Rev. James A. Overholscr left yesterday for "Ferndale" a Presbyterian Camp for young people which is held at Feincllff, Ark., near Utlle Rock. They will lie away a week. Mrs. Ida Thompson of SI. Louis rclurned lo ; her home yesterday after a 10-day visil with her uncle, J. H. Humphrey and family. Another niece, Miss Virginia Kemp of Holland, Mo., spent the weekend icre with tlie Humphrey family. Capt. Hugh Harrison Humphreys, Jr., of the Blythevllle Army Air "ield, .went lo Pine Bluff Sunflay .o be in the wedding of his slsler. Miss Margarel Coffin Humphreys; daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Harrison Humphreys, to Lieut. William Noell Campbell of Raleigh, N. C. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Sapin and son, Nick, have gone to Kangsporl, Tenn., where Mr. Sapin is employed on a government conlract and will be sitnalcd there for an Indefinite time. Mrs. Sapin is Ihe former Mrs. Miss Oma Dell.McCrary Weds Sergeant Maxwell HOLLAND, Mo., June . 8—Miss Oma IJrll McC'raiy became the bride of Staff Scrgcunt Harold li. Maxwell Wednesday nluiil, June 2| in a simple home ceremony at the home of the'bi'lde's sister, Mrs. Mildred Stivers. The Rev. l-'recl Walker of Cooler performed [he single ring ceremony. ri'lic bride, daughter of the late Mr: and MIX Sam McCrary, lias made her home here witli her sister most of her life. A'graduate of the Holland high school, she has been asscciatcd with Montgomery Ward and Company in lilytheyillc an<V more recently at the Blylhevllle Air Base. Her wedding frock. was -a smart while linen, two piece. The jacket opt ncd down the front, tapering in- a full flare nboiit- the hi]) line. Tl)e. skirt, was j slimly, soved-wHh an extra wide fillet! band at the .waist. A broad brim while peque liat with short nose veil, white elbow length gloves and fitshia bag and shoes completed her ensemble. Her corsage was of Bavdinias. Miss Grace McCrary and Mrs. Mildred, Stivers, both sisters of the bride, were maid and matron 1 of'honor, and Sergt. Hubert Smith of Blythevllle was best man. The bridegroom, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. H. C. Maxwell of Brookhuvcn,' Miss., was transferred from Colutn- mus, Miss., to the Blythevllle Air Base about a year ago. He Is'a graduate of the Brookhaven high school. • i The dining table was covered with a linen cloth and a three tiered wedding cake holding a miniature bride and a 'military bridegroom formed the .cenlerpfcce. . Assisting 'Mrs. Stivers with the refreshments 1 ' was her sister, Mrs. Joe. Lester. After the reception the entire wedding : party drove to Bly- A picture of the bombing of 'Tokyo and one of the Blsmark Sea Victory will be shown tonight at tlie Legion'Hut when members of the Dud Cason post inset, nt 8:30 o'clock. Sandwiches and cold drinks will be .served and all service men are urged to attend, those in charge announced. To Enter College Miss Mary nelcliel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Reichel, who was graduated from the lilylhe- vllle High School lasl month, received a scholarship to the University of Arkansas for the coming year, it was announced by Or A. M. Handing, ^resident. Miss attend completed for entering Mary Washington College For Women, Pred- ricki-burg, Va. She will leave tomorrow for that place to enter foi the fli'fil quarter's work. flelchc! will lie unable to because her plans, were they danced Armorel Child Dies Keeping Up With The Men In Service - Pfc. Lawrence Young who ls.no 1 stationed al Slncveport, La., spcr three day leave here last week. Pvt. Sylvester Patterson, son o Mrs. 'Laura Patterson of Victoria Ark., is in tlie Pacific. He Is 2> and- was Inducted In the Army in ers Greens Lend Nutrition To Boxed Dinner sandwiches are delicious when spread with butter to which finely chopped parsley lias "been added. Sweet pickle relish is good, loo, in these sandwiches, . 'Eugene 'Sturtdards;' seven weeks old 'son -of 'Mr. and Mrs. William Sluddnrds, died early today at tlie family : home near Annorel. 1 Biirinl was made Hits afternoon nt Gates Cemetery near Barfield. Besides his parents, the baby is survived by. two half sistos, Snookie ml 'Betty Jo Dakcr. and three half brothers, Odell, Jesse and "Buddy" Baker. { Cobb' 1 Funeral monies was in charge. •- November, 18-12. Sergt. Ludic McWilliams of Tucson, Ariz., and Mrs. McWilliams announce the birth of. a daughter, Patricia Ann, born June 4 at the home-of Mrs. McWilliams 1 parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Slutts of Manila. This .Is the first child of Sergeant and Mrs. McWilliams. The mother the former Miss Willie Kate StiiUs. Billy Gully, son of Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Gully of near Manila.'has received an advancement ivi • rating and is now a petty officer 3-c. Mr. Gully is somewhere In the Pacific war. zone. Corp. Quinon Spraybcrry, son of Mrs. Lydia Spraybsrry, arrived in Africa May 5, according to word received by his mother. 1 BsUncea lunch consists of cheese, rye bread, fresh greens, Jru'lt and cake, milk. lly (JAYNOK MAIWOX viche.s so thai It will spread easily Ni:,\ Staff Wi'iler- and go farther. American Cheddar Witli an all-out schedule of pro- luction in our war plants, milions f workers forego their leisurely unch hours. Whether your faml- y's war workers start out early in he morning or check in for the obster shift, it's your prime responsibility as a good kitchen soldier lo see lo it that they get at east one-third of the day's nutri- ional requirements during tlie eight- hours or more they are at vork. I.nck of proper nutrition is the •jreatest enemy of efficient war H'oductlon, particularly in crowded ireas where Inadequate eating facilities encourage sandwich grab- Dins;. For lop efficiency, government nutritionists suggest that every worker's lunch should consist of milk, whole wheat or enriched bread, meal, cheese, fish or eggs, fruits and vegetables. They recommend that the on-the-job meal provide at least bne-thinl ot the day's nutritional requirements. You'll find that cheese, ate eight red coupon points a pound. Is one of tlie outstanding bargains in the ration book for nutrition and appetite appeal. It's also one of the cheapest protein foods in terms of money. Soups, stews, salads and puddings are entirely practical lor daily lunch boxes if you keep on hand a supply of paper cups and conlain- Use tlie unwaxed type of cup and container for hot foods and drinks and the waxed type for cold foods and drinks, Besides aiding The Miracle In Permanent Waving! COM) RAY, Hie nudern, scientific wave. No heat—No machines. Drop in for details. MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP 101 S. First I'lione 2532 menu cnrloty, these sanitary containers also have Hie advantage of being lightweight and eliminating breakage difticulties and dishwashing. Lunch Bux Salad Mix together julienne strips of green pepper, sliced celery, cucumber (if desired), very thinly sliced carrots and white 'turnips. Serve with mayonnaise or Trench dress- ins; In a small covered waxed 'paper container. American ChcAclar Sandwich Be sure to cream butter for sand- Continuous Shows Every Day / Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 9:W mJn. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. the closing prayer given by Mrs. O. J. chastain. . -During the social hour a gift was presented;';to Mrs. 'Charles Ray Newcomb','..th'e president, In appreciation of.'her services. Ice cream and cake'was served. '•••--• .* + v» JrtlS. BRADBERRY HAS THREE'QUADS-CLUB Mrs.'.willianVBradberry was host- 1 ess to the 1 Three Quads Club last night wh'enjshe had as a guesl Mrs. Roy Cunningham. I In the •bunco, games high score DANCE Wednesday Night • •- June 9th MHWITE INN ;;Mu.3ic By Howard Yancey , and his Rhythn Makers - Mrs. A. J. Albert, cily. Mrs. Herman Wiggins, cily. Mcmpliis Hajitisl Hospital Admitted- Mrs. O. W. Baker, city. Memphis Methodist Hospital Admitted- Mrs. Edna Hump, Manila. Kay Cookc, cily. 0. E. S. To Meet Fayetteville, for the past three years, has arrived to spend a few weeks with his parents before being Inducted into the Army. Bead Courier News Want Ads. ANTIQUES Gifts for Weddings and all special occasions. Lamp Post Shop llgwy. 61, 2 Miles So. Prone 2798 There will be a slaled meeting of the Order of the Fj\sleni Star tonight at 8:30 o'clock al which lime there will be an initiatory service. Elaine Anderson Ford and Ls daughter ol Mrs. Hubert Potter and Hie granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Nick Thomas. W. B. McMullin who was ill of a heart ailment and was admitted to the BIyllicville Hospital about a week ago is recuperating at. his home on Main Street. Tom "Doc" Dean, who has been 111. is recovering. George F. Greb returned yesterday from Washington, D. C., where he attended to business for a week. Russell Farr, ,\vho has been attending University of Arkansas; Anhouricing Opening of Memorial Park Cemetery Choice Lots Available For Information Call Holt Funeral Home Phone 571 orchestra •J>;p.m. til ? 55c fw Person F«r PENMEVSI) * Haifa-Day Bargains Just Received! New Shipment Of Swimming Shorts Men's Sizes Boys' Sizes 98c -d l« . . . these include Pcnncy's famous Swimaway shorts. Some arc 100% wool, others rayon combinations. Csirctnlly tailored—fast colors—falm fs tested for long wear. 'SHOP KA RLY FOR 11EST SELECTION Keep both feet on the ground with pretty Vitality low-hcclcrs. They're relaxing, comfortable, flattering. Try Vitality.pumps, spectators, sandals, ties, with, new, down-to-biisi- ness heels. SHOES VITALITY OPI-N ROA!) SMOliS * FAIR GROUNDS BLYTHEVILLE, ARK. Sunday JUNE 13 Afternoon and Night 2:30 and 8:00 p. m. WSM GRAND OLE OPRY Also GENESTFELE Miss Billie Walker's Hillbillys Susie Belle Ola Bob Hurley Dance Recital Tuesday Night Only AT TEE K1TZ TUESDAY CITY W/fHOUT MEN „», LINDA DARNELL EDUR BUCH*NSn; KJCjIUl OUINI ' Selected Shorts Wednesday Thursday & Friday Nights GARLAND 'ForMeand My Gal ' •/ .. ^ MARTA EGGER1H BEN BLUE Circled >>y BUSBY BERKELEY Produced h>- i ARTHUR FREED Paramount News A Short Subjects Zeke Martin And Many Others ROXY •~ • •— ^L^ w m^ f IH II ¥ IE >rl O ^ , OO/ 'Great Shows 2 Jari«ln NlfM Every Night Saturday. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 Onttnntm Shows Sat. and 8m. At Only One Price 1000 s Advance Sale Tickets' A|Je. Tax 03 Inel. On Sale Robinson's Drug Store At Gate: Adm. Adults 50c Children un 12 25c

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