The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 6, 1943 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 6, 1943
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, THUUSUAY, WAY 0,-lM.') BLYT11EV1LLH (AUK.)' COUIUHIt NKW8 SUDBURY PTA GKOUI 1 IHM.DS FINAL SIWSION Miss Mary Huljlcr's First griKlc IHipiLs and Mrs. li. P. Hay's Third srade entertained members of the Sudbury Parent Teachers Association yeslcrdiiy with sonjjs and lances and a onc-acl iilay entitled "Safely first" when they met. at Hie scl«x)l for their final session of the year. The president's incxsitge wns read by Mary Lester luminous after wlilcii a report of the State Parent Teachers convention was given by the president. Mrs. Jes- slc White who was a delicate. Attendance prizes were awarded lo Mi/is Hiibler's and Miss Rln.-i irl William's first grndc rooms. Mrs.;. While nuiiotiiiccd (lie fol- lowlnij coininiltees; Mrs, Kirl Buckley, program; Mrs Tim fetes and Mrs. Joe McCluru, attendance and membership; Mi's. Don Lutes, publicity; Mrs. George Ktilwell dud Mrs. Victor Htilwell, ity; MIT. Jesse Homer, finance; Mrs. Toby Long, publications; Mrs. Jerry Henri), War activities; Mrs. L. E. Baker, study course; Mrs. K P. Fry and Mis. Dodge, project; Mrs. Fry. Mrs. Huron! YOUIIH and Miss Dorothy Jennings, buclitcl chairmen; Mrs. S. C.Owens and Mrs. Sliiclds Edwards were chosen lo head the Summer round-up work which. Includes registering children ivlio will cnlci' sclimil In (he Pull These children are taken lor physical check-up and given medical treatment when necessary. * • « I'lll-JIIlAN CLASS IXKO'i'S MRS: n.i-TCMDit KINC;. Mrs. Mptehci- Kins was elected president of (lie I'licbenn Sunday School Class of Fj, Dnptls't Church when it niet lust nielli for a business' cession at (he home of Mrs. J. W. Sykcs. other ofll- ccrs elected were: Mrs. Thehim Atkins, vice president;- Mrs. Victor fclilwell, secretary; Mrs. Viula l?a- zor. social chairman; ,.,. mll , c ..,,,. v «r,*-V' s ,- J W ' Syko - s - Mls - »• M. Whilohciid imil MI-.S. Nomiiin "unch. Kollowlnu the business msion I lie BI-OH,, vln y ed ,,.„„,,„_ handwlclii's with cold drinks were .s-m'ed by the Ii 05 te.s.s. J. \VlJM)i;ni,lClI NS, (iUHSTH. Mrs. Chester Culdwell and Mrs. A. Isaacs were BiMwIs of Mrs. w. J. WunderllL-h yesterday afternoon when s j, e entertained members uf the Wednesday Club for Hie (mill [iar(y of [|iu .-eason. Talisman were userl hroughoiit tl, t . home for decora- ion and as crmerplecos lor the two small tables where (ho , sls were served (lie one course luiicli. Mrs - W- If. Minyard was pre- sented (he hlr;l) score prize with Mrs. caldwcll wlnnlnu .second. » « * THHKK TAHU; <;I,IJB .MKKTS Yi:STi:iU»AV. Mr.s. Jolin •]•. Gralinm cttti'r- lalwrt the Three Table Club nt Hie home of Mrs. II, O, Wilson yesterday afternoon. Guests Included her mother. Mrs. J. n. Uo- iher o( Jacksonville, Fin,, who is visiting her, Mis. Georgia Murphy of Warden, Mo,, wha Is Die (,'iie.s'l of her dmiijhler, Mrs. Floyd Tharn and Mr.-;. T. w. Ctoforlh. Kpring llowcis were used (hvouigu- onl llie rooms where bunco was played, with high score awarded Co Mrs li, ij. van nooscr, bunco to Mrs. ICar] Wilson. .Tile hostess served a sandwich plate- mid cold drinks. MRS. It UN IIAKl'OI.K HAS A. I>. C. CLUB Mrs. Dm Harpolo was hostess yesterday lo member,'; of the A. o. C. Club 1111,1 one uucsl, Miss Mar- KIICI-HC Dolan of Little Ilock, who Is visiting at the liomc of her sis- Icr, Mrs. flljert Huffman and family. • . In the bridge gnmes high score prize was awarded'to Mrs. J. Parrls McCalla with second high to Mrs. William Young. Mrs. Young also was presented a gift from the club, before leaving to make her home ^*» s His First Gift... Of we here :il Whilsill's hnoiv cxaclly how iilnilit'r ftels . . , We know right well lli;i| whalcvcr .Jnninr .Dives' her she'll love anil rhcriKh. . . . Uc- ran imaijrnc uii ;i ( i( ( crr in c (hrill she m>l when .shi; lirst saw him tocKlhm; into Ihc room will) lh;it MK IHIX! ' We've done our best lo mj ,ke it ras.v for you lo ifivc Mother just, as hig a Ihnll w. I, gift I his year . . . |) wn i, c shorinses, we've an uniwual- " f S ' H su K« csl ' OTS - (Vcs, we've it Kin-wrapping Wherever She Mai/ lie " REMEMBER MOTHER Alolliur's Day—Sunday, May !llh Miss Whitsill's Shop hi Jone.sboro while Mr. Young Is '•• Officer Candidate School. A snndwlch plate and cold drlnlci is served in the conclusion of Ihc liiunro, * * • ('OMri.lMlvN'l'S NIKCKS. Mrs. W. M. McKem.ii. Milc'rlnincil Unce tables of B nests for n bridge '•inchcon yrslmlny, complimenting : 'r I hive nieces, Mr.s. Jnck Thwc«U llnyll, j\lo., Mrs, Mmy Eltraljclh Oglesby of Jonesboro ami Mrs. I'iilllips JJoUtnson wtio will iciwo soon wlien her husband enlers Iho iirmcd forces. Spring ftowcr.s were uscsl tlireiigliont lln> llvinj. mid dining rooms where the uiicsl.s had lunch nnd plnycd bridge. lli K h score was •iwwleil lo Mrs. W. A. Affllc-k. Out of town gucsUs for tlie oc- -.-islonweic Mrs. Cltoffnt Wlllousti- >y of .Milwaukee, WIs., guest of 'irst Lieut.. Geoffrey Wllloiighby mil Mis. George Hamilton who has been al Part. Worlh, Texns, nnd v bn now Is ill (lie home of her p.irenl.s, Dr. and Mrs. O. C!. Slcv- cn.s, SIHS. I.-I.I.18 1IONCIKS ' ' Cl.llII MKMIIKHS, (IDKH'I'S Mrs. j, c. islli.s entertained uicm- eis of the Town nnd Country Club yeslcrdny afternoon nt her coiuitry home, ivliea s |ic nls'o lind is her guests Mr.s. Loy Welch und Mrs. C. li. Wrulea . . . . 'ascs of peonies and tnock or '" louse. iiiT.-inged througliuiil the 'Ugh score prize wns nwnrdcd to iis. James li. Clni-k. wllh Mrs O "'. McCulchcon rcecivlni; second high. '1'hc hostess served a des-scrt jotirsc. A<:itici)i;ruiti\i, H'(>KKFK.S COUNCIL MKK'I'H TUHSDAV The Mississippi County Auitail- lural Worker's Council held its rceulnr meeting Tuesday niulit at, ihc Home Economics cottage. Dinner was served by Mis. l.'ree- iin Robinson, asslsfeil by IIIT lome cconomlc.s sludenl.s. The program was in clinrgc ol Ks Camillc Kobinson who gave a ecture mid demonstration on the •lebydralion of fruits llm | vcgetn- An attcndnncc contest hns Ijecn itnrtcd with Miss Kalbryn Gill Ionic Economic* teacher n't Lcacu- vllle, nnd J. S. Olive. Vocational Agriculture teacher at Joiner a.i captains. U. S. Marines stormed Guadalcanal beaches in .iniiiliiliious tracers which cost $50,000 to build— iliOC $25 war bonds ut $18.75 cuch. K«y ;> War Itunil liulayl Miss MarHtirrllc Dolun of Utlle Rock nrrlved yr.slordny for several duys visit with, her shier, Mrs, El. uL'fl Iliiffjiiiin. iiud family. Mr. and Mrs. MHX Meyers re- Im-neit to ihclr home In Memphis totlny after srwrnl days visit with Mr. mid Mrs, Adol|)h Meyers and daughter, Joan. Mis. w. .). Wunderllch Sir., re- lurned to (in- hoiiiis In Kiirlnsflcld, Mo., today after u weeks visit with tier son, w. J, Wunderllch mid family. Mr. and Mrs. Many Kirby siwnt yesterday nfirrnuun in Memphis, where Mr. Kirby ntlcmlca'lo bu- tilne.w. Mis, J. u. uochcr. of Jaekson- vlllc. tin., ts vlsltinn her datmhtcr Mrs. John T. Graluun and Mr. Cii'iihaui. .Mrs. Jack Thwcatt of Haytl ,Mo., Is the ittiesl of Mr. iind Mrs. W. M. MrlCeuxlc, and Mrs. I'hllll|)s Knblnson, ^!r.s, John W. Meyer, formerly of here and now of Wilson Is Improving after scvrrat weeks stuy In the lliipllsl Ilospllal. Memphis. Mneon Day underwent u minor opcnillon today at Blythcvlile Has- pllul. Iii.% tondlllon Is very good. !•:. I), f-'ercuson mulcrwent nn cnicriteuit' nit>endlc!t!s o]>cni(lon ye.stcrdny nfternoon ill Willis Hospital, stricken 111 us he w«s prc- pin-lnif lo (jo to JoDcxboro. Ilic operation wns ]>crfor)iicd a siiorl lime later. >tt\s cundltlon Is very ijood. Mrs. .1. L. Tliompsoii. wlio was .stricken with u heart attack yesterday. Is Improvlnt! After Inu'liiB liccn removed to Wnlts Hospital, she was returned to her home on Willow Street. • ' • i '• Mrs. Klmn, Armslrpnn who hi«.i been vciy 111, is hnprbvlnn; nnd is able to receive, cnllcrs. At The Hospital* Hlj tlirvlllr llMpllal Admitted- . • ' " !• I1«}'(1 cm-roll,' t-lly. : Mason Hny, city.' : U'xlls ll«s|ilUI • Admitted— ' •'.'•', K. u. l-'enjuson, ,'elty. ' •Mis. Harold K. Si: John. city. U W. Wlllliiins, Mnnib. ^frs. J. T. Taylor, clly. : •1'etc Slcvcns, Manila.. { .Horn lo Sorgt. nud Mrs. E. V. Moi'ijaii, city, twin diuiijIHcrs, Ihla morning: Dismissed—' H. G. Brdokj!, Leiichvllle, : :.: Mfmphls Baptist Hospital Admitted— • ;'Mrs. Lilly CLssnii, Pecan-Point. .Mrs. O. A. Crowd!, Lehch'vllle. 'John Crosskno, city. • ; Memphis MclhwHst Ilospllal Admitted— • IJavld illaffnard, Slcele. Mo. ; ! Mrs. U. u. Holly, Steclc^ -Mo. •'•f Next Sflnrta.v is'-' ' ' Mother's Day ' :-.-...*/ flcmcmhcr her, Hvftig; <ir dcHt), nit FLOWERS ivcrs ;ni(l corsages for IMol sec yiiur «r<lcrs early, Beaton's Home Of Flowers Ilcaulifnl hln»niln^ iilaiiis, cal (lowers"anil torsiigps for Mollicr— Ilic biavcsi soliiier of tticjn all. 1'tacc j-nur nnlcrs «arlr. TLI,I;OKAI'II UOO Davis Ave. in Sill "Sec What's New al Whilsilt's" Clevrr t'nptcs of M Fricnl Orislnals! NKW SUMMIvK sses Aclnxl $5.0» Values. iJneiis • .Shantungs • Ifcmbergs • (iomainc Crepea • .Sheer I'rints Ixivcly summer frocks that ivpll show Ihc expert stylc-lhought. and csirerl ilelaillng that went Into ihclr making. Rich prints on light or durk grounds, monotones, florals, mnlll-colors. strliies and solids. —Misses' Sizes M to 2(1. —Women's Sizes ;J8 to II. —Uxlra Sizes 46 to 52. Legionnaires Consider New Constitution, By-Laws •„ •--,--:;•; v "» made by Nelll Reed, Kit cook mid ().- A. Cminhig- inm for ndo|>lloii of u new coiwtl- liitlon replacing nil previous cons muttons nnd by-laws wrw the prln- ""-1 Item of business ni the ineel- of pud Cason Post, American Legion, l-ncwhiy night al the hut, i iii ^" s "'"'' ot l)U i' s fl '9'» "'« local high tx'hool who are eligible for Boys sinle. to be held In Utlle itock In June mid sponsored by the 1 1'Rlon. It WIIH (lecklcili lo send nil who have not bten clmscu by iinolher 'lub. The list, u composed of n mini of 10 or la bovs, The I'usl History, wlilch hii.s Just l>ecn completed was on display mid u number of ropi^ piirehuscd by Inase present. AnyoiiF ilrslrlug n copy oMhLs History may conincl (,'oninmnder •ryjiiil Slew-nit, n, wns announced. I'leul O, it, Mobley of tlic lociil Air Held wu-i n giii-sl nnd bccnine n member ci[ the post, . Lodge Meets Tonight , . it A. ,\K. will meet lonljjhl, 'i:W u elix'h ut Ihc hull, In siiwliil eoin- iiinnlc'ntUii),. It \vns nnnomiceil toiliiy by 11. J. Allen, \v-oisliljifn) iHiistfr. Work will be done In Iliu 1C, A. (lei;rec. Sfiuls Millluiill, Krcssliis IIBRKHI.KV. Cul. IU1') — The Ilerfccley oliiijitor of (lie licet 'Jross hus Jusl coiniiliHcd Hx'1,000.000 mir- elcal dresslnii mid ills|>nlclied It to tlie nrmed forces. Tiic !)!([ initpul wns necomiillslicd In y> duys by WOO vobmlc'cr ivorkors. Social Calcndaf TODAY'S KV'KNTS C.H.CJ. Club ineellng with Mra. 0..). I.llllc. •'.'•• Ctinpler N of I'. K. 6.'.Sisterhood, ,{,-„ • v The Miracle In I'ermaiicnt Wavinf/J : .COI.I) I!A>', (he moiKrii, sclrii- (ille wave. No' hr/il—Nil ma- chiiifM. llmii In fiir Hclulls. MARGAKKT'S HK'ADTY SIIO'l k 101 K. first Tliuno ''UOCl How iliiTctcnt from linn soip smls is Swcclllcarl's creamy- white, soft linut/.lfitfierl How sooiliinj;, how GOOD il feel? ' to sensitive.complexions' Gel pure, fragrant SwcclHeart , ~,< SOJIP foilay, in (lie Jong tosifrjg ' _" oval cake! SWEETHEART™ 11 " 2.25 FOR A MONTH'S SUPPLY Gel. »liun»fir llio onny AYDSwuV! lOO'jiurwnw ., i ninonlli under lli,c«ljr«x:-' tion of Or. Smniiei lillis. .-' 1'hoiiel KIKnV 'nitOK.. IWUG STORK Main anil Droadwuy Klythcyllle, Ark. , SOAP mMm^ IHC se» IH>T tciEEs WITH toui SKIN. , -, MOTHER'S DAY; MAY. 9th Mollier's »«) — llic ,J«y ,.„„ wntll I1<i<iery. You'll giv« her a thrill — your- h«lf, toil — liy cliiMiniug ihc hingci- wear. Ing, he i ic r f i I ting he« ii i y ut I'hornlx. And l»c sure lt> w:c ,lh« iinw itummer . color "In»j>jre." I 50 JIEDEL^S SUNDAY IS MOTHER'S DAY A Praclical Gii'l.Sl^'ll Apprcdalc • ' Smart New Summer Cotton Frocks That .Should Hell Tor 5^.13 anil S't.'M. COAT HI'Vr.KS I'HIN<;E.SS i .si rut T WAIST I'ltOCK.S • CHAMItKAYxS! • riNK I'HINTS! STVI.KS SKKUSUCKKKS! NKW SHBKKS! I'ifk n llowcr.frc.Mi.cotton fur Mother on her tiny ial arc cut for Comfort nnd loo nnd Ib like a drenm. ' . . .-• SIZES: N to 20, 38 to 41. mill -IS to 52. SIIKER CHin'ON Rayon Hosiery 98c » Full fnshloiicd pcrfccl quality, All new shnclcs. Also service weights. N W'OMKS'S BAGS .1.98 Phbrlcs and Jcnthor.s, new summer colors. WO.M liN'S , SLIPS 1.98 •• Of S.Rtins nnd crepes, lnilo£d or Incc i tHmmcd.'

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