The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 13, 1944 · Page 5
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THURSDAY, AL'KIL 13, 1944- BLYTJIKVILIiB (AUK.) COURIER' NEWS Afflick-Hartigan Rites |Wil[ Be Said Saturday Miss Mary Jean AHHck whose engagement lo Lieut. William Hob- Bride-Elect Complimented 'Chapter "D", P.E.O. By Miss Marjorie Warren Guests At Luncheon ' , almCCd Miss Marjorie Warren cd 12 guests with a Mrs. Ray Wordilngton ami Mrs dinner Hermon Carlton entertained mem- on c eri cd 11 night In special compliment bers of duple" "D" o U o P E of Lieut. Robert . . i , " n "i oer b ,V°<; m V lze ^ Hnrll « n »- T).e nffnlr was B lven nt : \vnlnut. the'hon* n/ nH?? 1 , f :30 .°' clMk . aljthc-warrai homc un, iiuinc, oi uic brides ixircnts Mr i j i •, <MM 'i ftnd Mrs Chirir> wiiit AfVii i/ I ciyfiuu cowl nilco wii 011 "SS£ S S^lr^i m !S . , o Baptist Church, win officiate. . Mlss-Affllck, who will be given m marriage by her father, will have Miss Lynclle Tucker as her only attendant. , Ihe dining table, wliile the light of slender while tapers cost a soft glow over Ihc scene. Placecards i In the shape of tiny fans, with 'Lieut. Charles nittner will serve' lace f|l|lls - alld hsmlpalillcd in Lieutenant Harligan as best man.'> >aslcl shades, further carried out "•••-- • ' the pink and while color scheme. Following dinner, bridge was played in (lie living room, where -- — • i • t)«" <ia utoi- mini, The wedding will lj c followed by a reception at the Afflick home. BuffcL Luncheon Saturday Honor Bridal Party Miss Mi:ry Jean Afflick and her fiance, Lieut. William Robert 1-lart- igan, whose marriage ,wlll be solemnized Saturday afternoon, 4-30 o'clock, at (he Afflick home, will be comiillnienleil Saturday when' iVTi-c Mrs. Aubrey Conway. Mrs. Harry Kirby and Mrs. K.BS D Hughes -------- „ j wn-j 1141 » 4<4 ICJ 1IUUJI ( with n l o'clock luncheon nt Ilicl Worllilngton jiome on chlcka- Bits of News Mostly Personal tile state P. E, O. convention held last, ivcck in c Mrs. Cnrlton, and Mrs. R. spent ^rc Tildcn yesterday In . . , Mrs. Worth D. Holder received S^ i,,i, „„„..„ ,„!„„ i,, ,,.„ u..i.,-. wrs. . . wnom attended Die .niocliiij;. Tuesday Bridge Club Meets With Mrs. Crawford *'' '""libers of the Tuesday ' 'Tvnrii!',','"' Mvs Tilllc " I'-'wYlghl I'M'uijthcir son, T. P., who were cnroutc n » o* to UltlcfieM, Texas, for n visit, with Major Wright's mother. From . Minefield Major nnd Mrs. Wright . _..... ........ „. high score jimc in Die bridge games, Mrs. James Ten 1 }' second liigli, and the guest of honor was presented with a gift from licr were l )l ' csc "t «''«» lilan to go to Santa Monlcn Cnlif. where he will be reassigned. He recently returned trom 10 monlhs service in Arkansas, ', Mr. and Mrs, Jolm Mnlian ot 1'rliiceton, Ky., arrived 'JUosdny to spewl a week with his mother. Mis. T, j. Malmn and other ich- Uves. Mr. and Mrs, Mabnu six-jit today in Memphis. Mrs. M. T. Moon and grandson Jerry Lowe. si>otit yesterday in Os- ccoln wllh .Mrs. Moon's sister, Mrs Paul Ulster, IM. Gene noitgan. who hi\s Iwcn taking his basic training ill Km- ler Field, Miss., arrived lust night for n IS-dny visit with Mrs. i(oa- gan aiM their son Gene Jr. l>il- vale KcaRiui who Ls with the Ar- niy Air corps will go from litre to his new station at lx>wrcy Held Denver, Colo. Mrs. John Stevens and her daughter, Miss Mnrllui FMIICOS Stevens, and Miss Sunshine lloyd arc spending two days in Mnnimis iillcnding the ppcra. Club Captains fleeted Club cantnlns lor 1041 were elect, cd by members of the Dcece ,l-H Club when they met Tucsrtuy, April •1. TliL- followhiB were named: lili- lle MHX auim, poultry ciintnlii; Thomas Denloii, cnlf cnpialn; j. jj. Iltinn, |ilg cnplnlu; Mary Cltiy StallliiBS, home linprovcmcnl cap- laln. and llputrlcc Holmes, Hardening nnd cuimlni; ca|ila!n, Victory yank'iis were discussed by the group, which Included 10 PAGE FIVJ5-}' ;lub iiicmberii mid three leaders. The iii'0ii|), led by Wllnw James, captain, snug "Anici'lca." AI MUST 51WOFA 66* TAB10S, SAIVE. KOS£ DHOW Coming Evrnti THUHSOAY Mrs. Charles I.augston .entertain- . ing Olub Eight. Clltcrlalnln '! Corps. . rii, Louis Lynch, wlio Is n student tit uixte Crawford, entertained ' Castle Heights Military Academy r •--—, ••"••• — "i« ....... Mid-Week Club meeting wit England wllh Ihc Air H. It, Ilouchlns. 'fc»'" Elliott Fletcher Chapter of ._ or, enerane ' ase Hegts Military Academy he group yesterday afternoon nl ; Lebanon, Tciin., will arrive tonight iier iioiiic. (n iMir,<wi ti. n ..... -.i ----- 1 ..tii *_!_ . will entertain with a buffet lunch- ton at the Conway homc at 1 o'clock. . Guests nt the affair will include her home. Spring- flowers decorated the hoiis". Mrs. Murray Smart received high score prize in tli e bridge games Honored 1 iXJhiS!' 1 Ml *' micy tt J °" os second high. | A salad course iv.i.s served. At Surprise Party i Mrs. rtussell Parr entertained yesterday afternoon at home on West Walnut in honor of her moth- | The presence of out-of-town wedding. sucsts here for the ««« - «' Mrs. Stockett Is Hostess .. Tulips, iris and siiivca formed the Centerpiece for the luncheon table was celebrating her was attended by 16 guests. Vases of his and spirea were arranged throughout the entertaining rooms where (lie four tables of rook players were seated. .. -"• >"*->.."»..o si;uii: prize, anci Mrs Hflvnps \ the Wednesday Bridge Club at presented will, an assor „ ent hei home for luncheon and an gjfu from the guests. afternoon of bridge. Mrs. W. n. Mlnyard received high score prize in the bridge games and Mrs. James Bell, second high. * * « Club, Guests Entertained Mrs. Jnmes Stevenson Jr., was hostess to members of (he A.D.C. Club and three guesls, Mrs. A. K. Taylor, Mrs. P. Doii Smith and Mrs. Vcrnon TUomasson, when she entertained yesterday afternoon at her home on West Main. • •• ••• "• numix, president 01 Easter lilies were arranged in the tnc Junior-Senior Parent Teacher living room, where bridge was play- Association presided at the executive ed during lh c afternoon. "oard meeting of that organization High score prize was awarded wl 'ich preceded the general meet-•- •- Ing Tuesday afternoon at (lie A pink and white color scheme was carried out in Ihc de.ssert of honor's nnme In pink icing was topped with a tiny pink birthday candle. Junior-Senior P.T.A. Meeting Tuesday Horn csl to the weekly bridge game of the Town and Country Club when Mrs. G. G. Caudlll entertained members of that group yesterday afternoon at her home. Mrs. Fred Rutherford received jirize and Mrs. James the the scon B. Clark, .second high, in bridge games played during afternoon. Light refreshments were served. Red lull Mrs. Taylor and second high to s •Mrs. William Young. • school. ' P '" . A dessert course was served. Contract Club Entertained Mrsr Robert- Grimes' was 5 'guest of Mrs. V. O. Milter yesterday afternoon when she entertained members of the Wednesday contract Club. Vases of snapdragons and iris were arranged In the living room, when bridge was played during the afternoon. 'ft)>Irs. R. A. Grecmvay received ni£jh score prize and Mrs. James V. Dates second high. A salad course was served. O'Steen's Studio 105 AV. Slain 6 PICTURES and One Enlargement 25 COPYING and , ENLARGING ' a Specia/fy. Bring Us Your KODAK FILMS tor Enlarging & Printing C, E. COOPER Has Moved His FURNITURE STORE To 1!)I7 West Main St. J»fANV BARGAINS president of , red carnations home. 400 Club Meets Yesterday Die toy's chorus of the high school glee club directed by Miss Carolyn Haley and accompanied by Miss Anne Dceii, sang. Miss,Rosa Hardy, principal of th.' nigh school, gave ai'talk on "Th Teen Age", and Miss made a Jris from the garden of the hostess decorated the Lafayette May home yesterday afternoon when Mrs. May was hostess to members of the 400 Club for an afternoon of liverpool rummy. High score prize went to Mrs George Hale and second high to MM. Tom Matey. A .sandwich plate with iced drinks was served Someone's Ilcliiml .*.he 8-!!nl) '. WORCESTER,; Mass. (U.P.) — "Stolen: from a recreation hall, pool balls.numbered;2, to 15 " rejid che police blotter."'Added an officer thief probably had a No". 1 ball In spend the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. 15. A. Lynch. Lieut. William Robert Hnrllgnn will arrive tonight trom Columbus, Ohio where he has been taking a special course. Lieutenant Hiirtl- gan's marriage lo Miss Mary Jean u. u. i/iuu ^''nnJl" solc " 1 » 1 ™l Satu,-l Mrs, Kdwin Robinson entertain- • -•---». n Wf*tt|Sll,4 Vi tJilUl'il UaviBhtcrs of the. Confederacy meeting for limclieoii with Mrs s P. Mm tin, T2;ao p.m. Double Four Club meeting with Mre. Ed Cook. Mrs. p. n, Joyncr entertaining Ihursdiiy contract Club WlllDAV Mrs. J. D. Smith entertaining C. returned lasl night from Little Rock, where he has been amending lo business. Miss Dotty Brooks Isnncs will arrive tonight from Faycttevllle, Ark,, where she Is a student at University of Arkansas, lo spend the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.>M: A. Isar— ' • : •' acs.-She Ls coming especial- Bcrnlcc B attend Ihe Affllck-Harligan Dismissed- i. ,i ,, . , At the Hospitals WulU lluMill.il Admitted— Pearl Camiibell, clly. Caroll Lloyd I Inn-Is, l.cachvllie Bcriuce Brlslcr' Jr. Ynrbro. wedding Sat.urday afternoon. W. 1C. Francis of Pine Bluff, Ark., arrived lust night to join Mrs. Francis and their young son, who have spent thr past two weeks here as guesls of her parents. Mr and Mrs. Tom Little. Mrs. w. D. Chamblin has returned from New Orleans where she spent the Easter holidays with her sou Pf c . nill Chnit:b!i!i. wlio Is attending Tulanc Unl«»}-sl.tv the A.S.T.P. Mrs. Charles Rose and Mrs. Baker Wilson and daughter, Jane, have returned from Paycttcvillc, where they spent the Easter holidays with then- children, Miss Mary [Catherine Rose and Billy Eldridije both of whom hrc students at University ot Mrs. P. c. DiivnuH, Stcele, Mo : . Blythcvllle Hospital Admitted— Mrs. Lola Culbcrtson city. Dismissed— ' Mrs. Paul Mnrtin, clly Memplila Mcllimltsl llnsiilliil Admitted— Mrs. Aubrey Morse, Wilson : Born to Mr. and Mrs, j. D.' Me- Clnimhan, Canithersvlllc, Mo. daughter. ' ' ^YOU WOMEN WHO SUFFER FRt)H N HOT HASHES sou suitor trom h weak norvous lrrltnl,| 0 f , -tut l "niKidlc-neo" peri -try Ly,lla E. narr c Compound to relievo such Some 875 languages are spoken in Africa. ? Oh, cheer Slum; 1 Smile and li'uy sonic IIOTOIIU .'. film. 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