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WEDNESDAY, MAY 5, IMS BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS Mrs. Vance N'orflecf. who frequently plays |)ri,| Ke w m, mcm . bers of the 'i'hnrsday Luncheon Clul) at their weekly parlies since she came lo nlythcvlllr. n year ngo from Memphis, entertained ' this group with a parly yesterday at- lernoon at her home, 1300 We.st Holly. Lunch wns served al small InWes In the living room where roses and sweet peji.s had lieen arranged for nn effective early Summer theme. In the card sanies which followed, defense .stamps went to Mrs. A. C!. I.itlle for high score and lo Mrs. Harry Klrby for second high. TUKSDAV HK1IHU: OI.UB. HAS roiin <:t!KKTS. Mrs. Chc.ster Caldwell complimented the Tuesday Bridge Club yesterday afternoon with n party at her home. Besides the dub membm , for- this affair included, Mrs. Kns- sell Pair, Mrs. Charles .digger, Mrs. Elljeil Ifnllinun niid Mrs. Pied Rutherford. Vases of w.vgdla were used throughout the entertaining rooms where bridge was played. llUjh More priv.e was nwiirded to Mrs. Dixie Crawford with Mrs. Max field tecona high. The guest pn/p. was won by Mrs. Charles digger. The hostess served n snmlwich plate with cold drinks following Ihe games. • « • MRS. SANFOKI) HOONK KNTKHTAINS CUJK. ' When Mrs. Sanford Iloonc entertained the Double G Clul) last night at her home, she had Miss Mildred Lou lluhhaid as (juest. The eiifertiiining moms we're decorated with peonies and roses. In the bridge games, high score was awarded to Miss Mary Spain U.siey with second high to Mrs T P. Wright. ' ' Sandwiches and cold drinks were served. * * • KCRIRNIilt TO I'l.AV FOR CI.UB 28 IIANCK. Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Evrard, Mr. wiil lie hosts and Club 28 which will ed and Mrs. Eddie RcgcuaM and' Mr. and Mrs. w. C. Hlgginson will hostesses for meet Thursday night 8 o'clock at Woman's Club for ;i dinner dance. Sergt Don Seribner of the Hlylheville Army Air •Field will furnish or«nn music for the affair. f FUTUKR FARMERS HOSTS FOR ItAKIiKQUK The banks of the Mississippi river at Barficld was the scene ol 11 plcmc.. : Friday."night' wnerrtnerh- bers of/the Future Farmers of America, with their dates nncl the Hlytheville Higli School faculty, enjoyed barbequcd pig with all the trimmings.. Furnished by the Ku- Inrc Farmers, tlie pig was prepared and ready for the 05 guests when they arrived. This group is sponsored by William Taught, vocational director and instructor of agriculture in Hie local high school. Mr. Pauglit, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Faughl, received his bachelor degree from the University of Arkansas and hus Masters degree from the University of Virginia. * * * 400 CLUB MEETS WITH MRS. .BROWN Mrs. Frank Brown entertained the -lOG Club yesterday afternoon with one guest. Mrs. EKvooi! Scott. In Ihe Liverpool rummy games played, high score was awarded to Mrs. Tom Mabry with low going to Mrs. Lafayette May. Red roses, tupils ami iris were used throughout, the home for {lee- orations. The hostess served sandwiches, cookies and cold drinks. * * • MRS. STELLA DAVIS HAS G.N.B. CUJB Peonies and iris decorated the home, of Mrs. Stella Davis yesterday afternoon when she entertained members of the G.N.B. Club ami one guest, Mrs. Don Edwards. In the bunco games prizes were awarded to Mrs. Jimmy Terrell for high, Mrs. W. C. Colston, bunco, Mrs. Robert Weediiian, low and Mrs. Don Edwards the guest prize. A Fandwich plate and cold drinks were served at Ihc conclusion of the games. * » « WESLVAN GUILD MEETS AT CHURCH Miss Monln Hughes discussed "Child Labor In War Times", when the Weslyan Guild met last night at Ihe First Methodist Church. Mrs. -Herbert Rimer gave the devotional and the hosless, Mrs, Fred Ifanna. assisted by her son, Fred Jr., served iced drinks to the 17 present. Guesls for this affair included. Mrs. Lawrence Slabbs, Mrs. John Luin and Mrs. Jim Htm. * * • WOMAN'S COUNCIL HOLDS MISSION STUDV Mrs. v. O. Miller entertained members of the Woman's CouncS r< First Christian Church, Monday lor their regular mission study nice for (Jicni to the Star Spangled Banner. .The quints . it would be nice loo— until they staned to learn the words in both English mid French. ••'•*• They hummed ih c (imp. and '(rlejl memorizing words hours • bt» fnd. But they touhlm onife mas'ter the tune. And the Rng|ls« words were just as (llfficiiH— tor • the " quints speak French. ' . • Well, much to everybody's ^re- ret ttw star .Spangled Bwin'er has b<>en stricken from the quints repetohe. However, the '-five small girls will try some close )iarhvb|iy on one or (wo shorter, simpler Each quint will wenf a grey sillt, white.hose and white »)ovps. And each will dfish a bottle of-drW '" •'•-' the hull of (he British Lakes water against (he ships built for Admiralty. Queen of Coins In Washington there's a lady from Wyoming who'* beginning her third five-year term in the service of her country. She is Nellie Tayloe Ross—queen of mountains of colas and, heaps of bills turned out every year by our money factories. •• - ' Mis. Ross is tlie first director of the mint to serve more than 10 years. But firsls are riolbliijr to this dignified woman who wears soft lined clothes arid a perpetual gracious smile. Back in 1924 her husband died while holding office as governor of Wyoming. Mrs. Ross took over his post-becoming the first worn-, an governor in American history. In spile of her political success, Mrs. Ross .still firmly maintained that wlfehood and motherhood meeting. The devotional was given by u ,^.,. J. C. Ellis who opened the session ~..^l Ilikir U^JLll^Vl (.IL(T OC.VllUII • i --- V- "'"H^i prayer and closed. with -a ut V. Sherlft A. Bohanan poem "Fellowship Of Prayer". jv,,, * i-iiuvhjuitj wi rrnyer . , " "v>^ cuijjtvjjeu ;^ s larm WOl'K Mrs. J c. Lowe, chairman bl ers in th « Warden community Ihe-Hdpe'group, presented-one nW • —••:'•• • —_^-. f x - ••-.: member. Mrs. E. C. Harper. Plans The Province of Quebec, 'which Is ..^...^^.4, iiijo. A^. \s> iiui pci. naiio ^ * *"*mvc ui V^ULJJCC, wiilCj] is vere made for a reception tobeglv- largely agricultural, has seven mil•n foe- the new members at Chris- ' 1 ' 0 " acres of arable land under cul- inn nti n mli TJn\l n««i Tri_i.i _i liirnHntt rham n , ,° """"* * Sh ' P lhan "*•'* tllB «*• A '">»"' «« ehamjogne. n S11 ,i]e and a strong right arm aren't enough. -TO he , n« rale launcher lakes practice and -prepirattan-M Urn nioniu, ,ni," tujileis are rapidly finding out. The tlvev curly headed girls' af* • • already In a flurry of ' wtclfcrnttit over the ceremonies to take pl»c« next Sunday al Superior, Wise., f ? r a *' when (hey will send fi?e Liberty f ro "8'y ships down the ways. But the lit- "'' tie girls nre having quite 'a tough line trying to $et ready for th* big event. And they've fallen down on llielr first assignment. 'tame-body thought it would b? Ihe most satisfying careers »'6man, Perhaps she felt so .,-- 4'y Uecause she had been par- Hilly cheated of her elinnce to play these roles by the death of her husband and two ol her four children. An Impassioned and ncllve LVm- ocral, he,r loyalty wn-; rewarded In 1333 when President Roosevelt named her. directress of Hie mint. Vacations On Ranch . ,m I-eotii, s. IX. there's another girl doing her duty by her country —doing double duly In fact. : Mrs: Ruth Biirg'f.ss Is spending her t,wo months vacation working liifd—feeding sheep, rounding up cattle and collecting eggs from the chicken- house. Mrs; Burgess is a civil service employee at- a Missouri hospital A ,wblli« ago she met Sergt. E M Day who also works at Hip hospl- h« Joined the Army two tal. wo years ago he left .behind a fertlla 1000-acre. ranch In South Dakota His wife and the rapeli foreman parried on t a.5 bost they could, curing for the slock on Ihe ranch. But this winter, ; during a severe blizzard, hundreds ' of head died , because (here weren't- enough - i hands to feed.lliem properly, Mrs, Burgess heard of the, plight of the ranch .from Sergeant Day. She knew she 'had a spring vacation coming up. And knew . ew just, what she wanted to do with It to help Sergeant Day and America's meat supply.. . . So now she's spending her two months off duty helping Mrs. Day Jn (he kltclien"and oh Ihe range. Tennesseans Held CARimtERSVILLE.'Mo, May r, -Dewey Aclams, 24, of Tracy City Tenn., and Emerson Yale.s, 32 of Dixon, Tenn., are being held in county jail here, charged with deserting from the Army last Oct D 1942. at Fort Dix, N. J. They were arrested lasl week end in Ihc northwest part ol the county by State Highway Patrolmen I E Beard and L. R. Carter, and Dep- The two Hien were employed as farm work- tian church Hnll, nest Friday at 8 o'clock. Mrs. M. Filzsimmons, program chairman, introduced the theme' "Pictures Of Paraguay" and gave word pictures of the country and people. Mrs. E. E. Baird assisted her wilh a paper entitled "Giving Th e New church." An account of the Leper Colony "Sapucay" was' given by Mrs. James Terry after which the missionary bsnediction was iirohounced for dismissal. MRS. EH COOK HAS OOTA BRinCK CLUB. Mrs. Ed Cook entertained .the Octa Bridge Cinb yesterday afternoon with Mrs. K. B. Conctiman as guest. Peonies were used tlirouBliout the rooms where the guests played bridge with prizes going to Mrs. Bob Gwynn for high mid Mrs A: E. Henry second high. . Ai Ihe conclusion of the afternoon the hostess served d salad plate and cold drinks for refreshments. SPECIAL SHOPPERS' LUNCHEON 55c Wholesome food, deliriously prepared. Fresh vegelables daily—best meat cut.s. Hotel Noble Coffee Shop livatton. Bite of New* II. N, swcnrcngen and son, Iler- berl Siveareugeti Jr., were called to Memphis last nluhl because of the serious Illness of Mr. Swear- 'iigen's mother, Mrs. M. M. Swearcup.en, Mr. and Mrs. O. II. Clreur spent today In Hlpley, Term., wllh rela- llnvi. I. Hosentlml lias gone'to SI. XMIJS where he will nliml lo business. Oscar Bailey returned this morning from Chicago where he has been spending several days attend- Ing to business. The HCV. Clifford Thticker Is muling a fctv (lays In St. IXMILS. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Stovall wenl lo Little nock yesterday afternoon lor the annual meeting of Arknn- :MS Funeral nil-colors. They will rcKirn tomorrow. Miss Polly Akin who underwent mi appendectomy ul Walls Hospital' lust Wednesday, was removed In Ihc home of her grandparents, Mr. und Mrs. L. B. Rlggliis yeslerdny ind was motored fu her home In Marked Tree tfldny. '"'• Mrs, Joe p. Pride Jr., 'and Mrs, James A. Young spent lo'day In Memphis. ;, Mrs. Waller Hurd of 'Malvorn, Ark., Is visiting t the lioine of her parents, Mr. and -Mrs.. U7,zell liiiiiuson. Mrs. Hurd is the former Miss Maurine Branson. Mrs. Hurd, her parents and Cecil Brshson are spending today In Memphis,* Mrs. H. T. Oill left today for Columbia, S. C., where slie will visit her son. Lieut. Richard V, 0111. who with Mrs. Gill is stationed there., Siic will'' be away nbout two weeks. . ;'• Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cook will go lo Advance, Mo., tomorrow ' to attend (he graduation excrciscsi-of Mr. Cook's nepiiow, Cleui Cook'Schon- hoff. i Keeping Up With The Men In Ser vce lliirns, son of Mr, and MM. J- ''. Dinns. slatloned at Hunter Hold, Kiu'annah, Qn.. has been pro- moled to sinir sorBeiiiit. Ills wlf* fnul baby Joined him nliout d immlh auo, 1'H.vniond Onimi). former rlly odlloi of Ulylhevllle Courier News, mnv Is ut, LI. s. Niivnl Air Stutloh, Ijikehursi, N. J., in (lip public, relations di'imrdiielK. Osear n. wllllntjlmni, son of Mf. and Mrs. o. T. WllllngliAm, has begun three months oC iitishlp nltjht Iralnlnn »t the Navnl Air Station. Ukolmrsl, N. ,1. Upon completion of hia'tinlnlng lu> will bi 1 nsstuned lo pnlrol duty »s an nvliilioii pilot, nlong Hie constiilwiiieis In ^enrth of enemy submarines. in> enlisted In the Navy June n, HUB. Wllllimhain was on the nlylho- vlllc football K(|Uad niul lettered in truck. lic,foir> enlisting, he was ft motion picture technician, His wife, Mrs. Kve B: Wllllnginim, LI r«:|[|lng nl uikewood, N, J,, wl)U( lie Is shitloned Ihere. At The HojpHab Walls Hospital Admitted— , , A. H. Stevens, Manila. Dismissed— . . Florence Tiiomas. Sleelc, Mo. Mrs. V. M. Brlllaln, Rl. 2, city. Htytlirvlll.- HuNpituI Dismi.sscd— Hoy Duller, Mempliis. '.•• '. Memphis ISaptisl Hnspllnl Admitted— -Jack Harris, Oscraln. • --'•-* Memphis St. Joseph's Hospital 7 Admilted— William Mn. Parker, 'Carnlheisvllle, Social Calendar THURSDAY'S Club 28 meeting t.t Wonum'fl Olub, a o'clock, for dinner dance. Club Eight meellhi* with MM. R. H. Stout. Mrs. R B, Joytier entertaining Thursday Contract Club. Mill-Week club meeting with Mrs. Cecil Shane. Thursday Luncheon Olub will meet with Mrs. R. D, Hughe.!. Mrs. A, B. Huniley will have Ibe Portniijhtly club. Double Four Olnb meeting with Mrs, victor Stllwell. Triple Table, Club meeting wMt Mrs. Joe Hmnby. FRIDAY'S EVENTS C.n.o. club meeting with Mrs. C. J. Little. Chapter N of P. E, O. SLslcrhood, mcellng at. bandage • room at I o'cluck nfler which Ihey will go to (lie homo of Mrs. Harry Klrby for business session. Kill Mosquitoes Spray room willi Deo Brand In- 3ccl Spray. 15 minutes Intor, sweep'them up. KilU ntes, bed bagi, too. Sorry, our See Brind InsKtPondtfcur- tillcd ter dura- '(ioti. Next Sunday is Mother's Day Itenifmber her, livinf M- *rwl, with _ FLOWERS Bfaurifn ii -. . , , •• ••• ' -.• —- •.-..„*„! uiiu v-'iS'iiKca tor tmeM ^^K- f Z^ r J$^; Heaton's Home Of Flowers 2nd and navis Ave. Phme S4S If it's tvearable--- It's WONDERFUL /*? c. -~—~ _ * Mother's Day- Sunday, May ! 9th! They All Want LOVELY LINGERIE Rmarl New HANDBAGS 1.98 to 3.98 NCR- sprint' bags in f ab ric.s and leathers. Bright colors to choose, from. New '1-CJore SLIPS . . . 1.39 to 2.98 Tailored and Ince trim styles In while and tearose. Every wanted size. lleaiiliful New • GOWNS . . . 2.9f> ib 4.95 A wide r-election of lucey'ltrlm- med rayon creiws. They wasli 'ike hankies. Cool Flowered IJatistc GOWNS & PAJAMAS .1.69 and 1.98 Phoenix HOSIERY 1.00 lo 1.50 All the newest Spring shades in tliesc quality hose. She never lias loo many. JIEDEL'S Yarbro School Pupil* Give Musical Program HIP under the JWtl JH ,' C ?'!, i * ull jl 9 l<JC CUlb sal '» ' n » jraUoial 4-H Club song as well us "Ju»nUi>"' ami ihe "Merry Life." WAAC Begim Training Ono of th« first cnroltces of tho women's Army Auxiliary conw to unite for- (mining nt Branch A of Die Filth WAAO Training Center at Camp Huston. I,n,, )<, Annie r> it*rber of lift W. Ash St., lilytlio- vllle, Afk, PAGE THRE1,' Birth Hale Jumps RrdWMON'D. Ciii. (UP) — The war effort which has turned Ihls «Uy Into one of Ilic Wg slilnbulld- ng cenlers of lhi> Wc.sl Is «how- ln» Un effect In an Incicano of the number O f babies born. The March record of Hu bublvs louiwl all prevlow records by 25 and doubled tlie Mareh, lina, record, IPVom 30 lo 160 HrllUh gallons of gasoline nitiy be produced from onu H's the sweetest .way of lettlnR her know what .she means lo you—Hl.OWKRS MENT ANYWHLMH! The Flower Shop Glencoe Hotel Hid g. Phone 491 . - two Important steps, mA • help you overcome Ihe, dlicomforti i' embarrassment ol Bour Btortich. jerky MOWS, loss of opiwtlte, ufiSfc wclghl, dlsgcstlvo coinplalnts.'wwt' ncssl -....' ,'~ , ,, , A JJcrjoH who h operating on onlr »l 70 lo 18% honithy filooil \olum» - J-? * Btonmch UlucBtlvu cnuiulty ot otl to COVt normal w eevtrely h»n4Ioij 8owlllioiii|)loBloinochJlge!it1v 1 i rl.US rlcti, ruil-blooil you eliouli tlmt MIIBO ot ^vcll lichig \;hlcli liliVBlcni ntncsa . . i mental »lci.__.,, K you MQ .iniiicct to IMX.F Ulgntion dt niiiiiccl tlcflclcnt rcil-blowl us th« UUM of your Itoublu, yet liuve no OrtvM comiillciitlon or Jotnl Infection,Tli Tunlo innv im just, what you u«d It opi-clnlly ilTOlgneiJ to promoM now ot vltnl illKoalivo lulcfn In ntomnch niul lo Dinia-iin blood KM wlien ilcllclcht. . 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