The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 20, 1944 · Page 5
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 20, 1944
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THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 1944 BI-YTHEVlLIiB (AKK.) COUU1EU NEWS iMiss Sue Hughes Weds iLJeut. Richard Brown was lho Ec FRIDAY Fidells Class, Hrst Baptist Stm- oid Christ Church in dil y School, having pot-luck supper "" ••-•"-- '- •• "t the church, 7 p. m. •• - -" -"*^ uu(jui:;> ui Ljiu- Chapter "W of P. E. O. meeting I ;X!>S ' diuiehlcr or Mr. and Mrs. with Mrs. Dixie Crawford, 4 p. in. lii"! ,': Hl| e l 'cs of Blytheville. C. B. C. Club meeting with I to Lieut. Kichni-tl Brown of Chicago, Mrs. O. O. Elklns. • son of i»,, Mi,,, „-. „ Mrs c p , 1>]ckel . clU(!nalnmg _. - =•- Friday Luncheon Club. Ihe ceremony WHS performed Sat- — — tirday night, 8:30 o'clock, with the S/i w; l- M n • i HCV. Mr. Kciiogg, pastor of the Mrs. Wvlie New President ClU "' clK ''""" Of Central Ward P.T.A. Mrs. Hiram W. Wyllc will serve as president of the Central Wr.rd Parent Teacher Association during next year. Elected nt a meeting of the organization held yesterday afternoon at the school, officers who will serve with her arc Mrs. C. H. Wroton, /Irst vice president, Miss Sunshine Swift, second vice president, Mrs. P. A. Escarre, sec- reliiry and Mrs. Paul Pryor, trcas,- m-er. These officers were Installed _ u the»rites in the I presence of a large gathering. I The light from myriads of cathe- Idral caiulles cast a soft glow over line altar, which was arranged with I gold vases of white gladioli, rai-- I nations and calla lillics. I Miss Margaret Chamberlain [Dallas served as of maid of honor, wearing a Horn- length dress of pas- [lel pink satin and net. She car- Iried a Colonial nosegay of mixed I Spring flowers in di-lleate shades. I Miss Jane Poster, also nt Dallas, I was bridesmaid. Her dress was of I pastel green chitton and she also I carried a Colonial boumiet. I The bride wore a nuainl wedding I frock of white silk faille, fashioned [with a basque waist and bouffant I hooped skirt. Tiny covered buttons I were used on the front of the fitted I blouse, which had a pephim of IChantilly lace. The long fitted I sleeves ended in point*- over the I hands, with cuds of lace. I Her fingertip length veil of illu- Ision and Chuntilly Incc was caught I to the head with a coronet of seed [pearls, and she carried a shower I boucnict of white gardenias and Star | of Bethlehem, Her only ornament was a gold pin centered with a diamond, surrounded with pearls, a family heirloom. ' lUciilcnaiit Shetland of Dover pray Air Field served Lieutenant I Brown as best man. while ushers I were Lieut. Date Roberts and Lieut. I Frank O'Neal, both of Dover Army I Air Field. Immediately following- the wed- I (ling ceremony, the bridal party und I out-of-town guests present for the I wedding were entertained with a rc- 1 ccplioiv at .the Pleasant inn. Out- I if-ioK-n guests included both llu I mother of the bride and ths bride- I groom. I Mrs. Brown was graduated from I high school in Los Angeles and at- I tended Arkansas State College at BJonesboro before going to Dallas 1 wlicre she bus been employed for the I past few years. Her parents have I made their home here for the past I scv schools. li^ IW I Lieutenant and Mrs. Brown plan I to make their home in Dover while I he is stationed there with the aerial I photographic division of the Army. I " ' ' IMiss Webb's Engagement jls Announced By Pare'nls Coming Event . by Miss Winnie city supervisor Virgil Turner, of elementary Worth D. Holder, accompanied by Mrs. Murray Smart, sang I we solos. "One Atone" and "Softly As in the Morning Sunrise," and Mrs. E. B. Gee read the president's message. Mrs. Mitchell's first grade received the first prize in (he room count and Mrs. L. E. Baker's second grade won second prize. , • * 9 Recent Brides Honored At Shower Last Night Mrs. Cecil Hayes nnd Mrs. William Redman, both recent brides, ".-m. m «|j|n:ui- m print, to me were complimented last night when best advantage? Here arc experts' Miss Charlotte Simms entertained,tips: with n shower at the home of her parents, the Rev. and Mrs. H. E. Simms on West Ash. During the early part of the eve- '"ig, games and contests were Break Into Print 1>Y EI'SIE KIN'AKD NKA Staff Writer nin_ plaj-ed. The honorees were directed to their gifts when Miss Simms nml Miss Shirley Jeanne Collins knocked at the door with letters for Mrs. Hayes and Mrs. Redman, directing them to find their gifts in adjoining rooms. After the presents had been opened, refreshment.-; of sandwiches and iced drinks were served tlie large number of guests present. Mrs. Redman left today to join her husband in Hickman, Ky., nnd several years where Mr. Hughes la " Ter huslmn d '" Hickman, Ky., nnd a prominent contractor f; lrs \ 1 / a J' es P lans lo J oi 'i her hus- Lieutenant and Mrs. Brown nlnn ba . n . d m _ Dclrolt " ex t w <*k. Mrs. P. M. Cheshier Jr.,' daughter of the Hev. and Mrs. Simms, was nn out-of-town guest. Guests Attend Club Party, The •presence" of two guests, Mrs. Myrtle Acton and Mrs. V. G. Hol- Dr. and .Mrs. Perry P. Webb" of''""4 save 6 l )ecia) interest to tlic San Antonio, Texas', formerly of palf i' Biven yesterday afternoon by Blythevillc, have announced the ^ frs - J - p - Rcfnmlllcr at. her subur- whcn she entertnlncd the Wednesday Con- Iris and spirea from the garden of of the hostess decorated the entertaining-rooms where bridge was played. High score prize among nigsgement. and approaching mnr-, ba " hc " nc iage of th'eir daughter, Miss Re- I members of jekah Webb, to Lieut, (j.g.) Fred • tract ' c l"''. _._ ._ _. J10 ., j-t Richards of the UniteYStales' tfy Medical Corps, son of Mrs. Pnxl Richards and the late Mr. •Richards of San Antonio. I Plans, for the.- marriage will be • announced later, depending upon • the bridegroom-elect's leave. I Miss Webb was graduated from • Jefferson high school in San An- Itonio and is al this time a senior •nt Baylor University, Dallas, where • she is n member of Alpha Kappa |Dc!ln sorority. Lieutenant Richards was grad- the club members was won by Mrs. E. P. Blomeyer, while Mrs. Acton was high for the guests. A salad course was served] Wednesday Club Meets. Mrs. Charles Rose was hostess to _.- ,..„., „„„ el , lu - members of the Wednesday Bridge lalcd from Breckcnridgc high I Club yesterday afternoon at her ichool in San Antonio, received his country home at Iloseland, when Imrdicnl degree from Baylor Medical Icollcgc, Dallas, and interned at JRobert D. Green Hospital in San |Anlonio. Miss Webb lived in Blytheville for Mrs. Marvin Robinson was a guest. The two course luncheon was served nt the dining table, centered with an arrangement of tulips and five years while her father was In the afternoon bridge, games, •pastor of First. Baptist Church I Mrs. R. L. Stocketl received high |hcrc.- Dr. and Mrs. Webb and their score prize and Mrs. W. H. Min'" " [family left Blytheville 12 years ago. I * * * |Mvs. Clark Entertains fiircissi, tulips and iris decorated -.^country home of Mrs. James IB. Clark yesterday afternoon when •she was .hostess to members of the •Town and Country Club. I High score prize in the bridge •games played was received by Mrs. iFred V.' Rutherford and second yard, second high. * * * Missionary Society Meets Mrs. J. L. Tyrone was hostess yesterday afternoon at her home, 626 Walnut, to Morrison chapter of Ihe Women's Missionary Society of the Church of the Nazarene. The mission study was led by the Rev. P. \v. -Nash, pastor of the church, with special emphasis placed jacket over your short-sleeved. -- - dress, as shown above tit right, when Want to appear in nrlnt In thp £?" , shop "'' B0 lo >'°«r • office. ,oi n ,i.,;.,,„!.!.„ „?". '".I" 1 . 10 ..". 1 ?. Shoulder caps in the model aX the left can make the grade as sleeves for a bridge or tea dntc. Match prim clothes with identical A Junoesfuie channel- looks slim- in small prints that blunt the hues indefinite. Da.^ ul o,. uuutu , backgrounds with light patterns arc best for thinning the silhouette. Go splash!)}' into print -the lighter or bolder tlic background the better—It you want to look more sizable. To look like a city slicker, wear harmonize series. - ll! > n t color in "P.: «'«> your solid color acces- Aiul for (hat fashion photograph finish, settle for crisp, well-defined outlines in a coif; n cleanly-drawn month; "splt-nnd-pollsli" gloves, shoes and bag. •high by Mrs. G. G. Caudill. upon the principal project, of the I Light refreshments were served. society which Is the construction of •Announce Birth Of Son I a new church in British Honduras. i Lieut, and Mrs. Robert Phillips announce the birth of a son this (morning at the hospital at Blythe- Tville Army Air Field. The baby. [their first child, has been named Robert Michael Phillips. _ Mrs. Phillips is the former Miss •Betty Phillips, daughter of Mr. and •Mrs. Russell Phillips with whom •ih c is making her home while Lien- •tonant Phillips is in service in It- 7 with the Army Air Forces. . Following the study, the hostel served light refreshments to lh= nine present which included one guest, Mrs. Alice Montgomery. Pfc. Johnnie Melvin And 'Bride Complimented The-marriage of Miss Margie Lcc Thurmond to Pfc. Johnnie Melvin was solemnized April B in St. Louis according to announcement made by Mrs. Tony Thurmond of Blytheville, mother of the bride. The couple was accompanied lo St. Louis by Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Mclvlh and other friends. Following the wedding, a supper was given by Mr. and Mrs. James Robinson, followed by an'..Informal dance. . Private and Mrs. Mclsin, who left today for Camp Shelby, Miss, wlicic he is stationed followin;; stswil years overseas service, were complimented at a farewell dance given Monday night at the Woman's Club when.several members of Company "M", home on furlough attended. Private Melvin is the son of Mi and Mrs. John L. Melvin of Blytheville. * * * Club, Guest Entertained Mrs. Wyatt Henley was a guest of Mrs. M. G. -Goodwin when she entertained members of the Bi Monthly Bridge Club Tuesday afternoon at her home. Colorful Spring flowers were arranged throughout the entertaining rooms of the house. In the bridge games played during the afternoon. Mrs. A. M. Bn't was awarded high score prize and Mrs. George W. Pyles, second high. Light refreshments were served A.D.C. Club Entertained Mixed Spring flowers decorated the living room of tho James Terry home yesterday afternoon when Mrs. James Terry entertained members of the A.D.C. Club for an afternoon of bridge. High score prize went to Mrs. Ben Harpolc and second liigii to Mrs. William Young. A salad course was served. Mrs. Terry, who will -leave Monday for New York to make, her home, was presented with a farewell gift by club members. RELIEVE'on.formrnc'Ji- ... cntfxl coat of protection I tivccn skin und cJiafit clothes, iipply Mc eootliinghiedicatcit ( If you need to IREDBiOOO* Here's One of tho Best Homo Ways! 1 Shis who suffer from simple anc- who lose so mucli during month- l - "-."-.S* a * Wit are pale, feel tired. J weak, dragged out"—because you lack I precious blood-iron - start today — try | Lydll Plokbarn's TABLETS. am's Tablets Is <mc of the great_„. -...a-lron tonics you can buy to • help build up red blood to give more • strength nna energy—In such cases. I Taken us dlrectcd-Plnkham's Tab- llcls Is one or the best homo ways lo JEet precious Iron Into tho blood. Just • try them for 30 days—then seo It you, • too, don't remarkably benefit. Follow llabel directions. Pinkhatr.'s Tablets arc (well worth trying! bdia PinkhanTs TAMCTS Help avoid waste with Oval-Shape SweetHeart Soap SWEETHEART SOAP So II itayiflrm—lailslongtrl OON'T WASTE SOAP. Vital war materials arc used in making soap. Be careful not to waste it. UNLIKE MANY SOAPS that lie flat, only a very small part of Sweet- Heart Soap's big OVALcakc actually touches the surface. Air dries it off fast . . . helps avoid wasteful "jolly" in the wet soap dish. Save with long-lusting SweetHcart Soap-ihe only soap among eight leading brands that is ova^in shape. 1 he soap that agrees with your skin ;You might expect college girls to' decorate walls of their dorms with "pin-up boy" pictures, but photo above indicates Phi Chi .sisters at Ohio Northern University, Ada, Ohio, like pin-up girls as much as G. 1. Joe does. Back- grounded by shapely pin-ups, comely sophomore Dorothy Der-. ringer writes n letter to her boy • friend in .the .service. \ _, The Graham Accepts Call To Conway BlytheviHe Minister Will Fill .New Post Beginning May Isf Ttie Rev. MIKoii Ornlinm of Wy- tlievlllo h«s iicccjitcil n cnl) ID become ussoclnle pastor niul inUu-ii- tlonnl (Ill-color ill First, l!i\i)tist Cliuvcli In Conwny. Ark, To report, for duly ul Conwny mi May I, the Kev. Mr. Ciriilmin plims lo iMlcud n student relrent ill Uulo Kock Frlctny. A grnduiile of Omiclilln college Arkiulelpliln. lie served us pnslor of tlic ijripllsl church In Melbourne, Ark., before going lo Mlilliiml. Calif., lo assume the pnslonitc of First nnplli-t chtircli there. He returned to Blytlicvlllc sDVenil months ne° to mnke his home with his pnrenljj Mr. nnd Mis. Burl Ctni- Imm. Tlie Hcv. Mr. Grnhiun will lie Joined In Cojiwny by Mrs. Ghilmm nnrt llielr .vomit' daughter, who plan to remain here until the close or tlic present school term. 'I he Hcv. Hiu-old Tlllmnii, formerly of Osccoln, Is pastor u f the First UniHIst Church In Conwny Bits of News Mostly Personal Mrs. Christine c'lillclrera, who recently imrchfisod the • Miirlon WU- llnms house til 310 Eiisl Kentucky, moved Into licr new home ycstcr- dny. " ' RAGE Join the Army and Get Stockings . \V, * ' s ockin ^ « lrls ? J«st Join Ihe Army nml B ct sent o I nly. I'lio o nbovo shows Lieut. lUhcl Slimrl of Temple Tex buy ntf somo In Naples, where Ilicy'ro plentiful. Copt. I nrncy C Urfcey of Ch c.-itjo seems saltsllcd will, u p»lr of filoves. The sties«ii(s fur cent mdlcutes tluit shops nloni! UIQ Via Uomu hnvo hcnllml : _ liroblcm, too. Mrs. J. T, Ashley nnd her daughter, Mrs. John Wall, moved yesterday to the home they recently purchased nt 322 East Kentucky. They formerly lived on the Annorcl road. Mrs. II. H, Houchlns, Mrs. P. D. Underwood, Mrs. T. W, Jeffries, Mrs. S. P. Craflon and Mrs. liosco Oraf- lon spent yesterday In Memphis. Mrs, Waller Alorroiv of Knnxvlllc, Tenn., has arrived to be the iniesl nt her sister, Mrs. C. A. Cuiiiihie- hiun nnrt Mr. Cunningham. .!. Miss bou Jo lint-Bell left today for Columbia, S. 0., where she will be the guest at Lieut, and Mrs. Howard DcSplinlcr. She will be accompanied home by Mrs. De- Splinlcr, who Is returning here to mnke her home while her husband Is Iti foreign service. Mrs. DcSulln- tcr Is the former Miss Evelyn Jordan. Mrs. William Redman, the former Miss Margaret McKclvy, lett today for Hickman, Ky, where she will join her husband, who is employed there, and where they plan to make their home. Freddie Perry was removed by ambulance to his home near Armo- icl yesterday after undergoing trejat- jnent at Memphis McUiodlsLvHw- ptlal tor the past 10 days. / Mrs. Randolph Kitig left yesterday for Fort BniBB, N. C., where she will spend two weeks with her husband, Prlvale King, who Is stationed there. Mr. and Mrs. Tlmd Nlcol and two children left today for Little Hock where Mrs. Nicol and the children will make their home with her rcln- thcs while Mr.' Nicol Is on active duty with the Navy. The Nlcol home on West Wnlmil will be occupied by Lieut. Col. and Mrs. Harry McGuire and their son. Mr. nnd Mrs. Marlon Williams have moved from their home at 310 East Kentucky to tho house they recently purchased on West Main from Mr. and Mrs. S. Joseph. The Rev. and Mrs. Thomas H, Smythc Sr., of Birdslxiro, Peniiu., arrived this morning- to l>c the guests of their son, the Rev. Thotn- • as B. Smythc Jr. They came par-' licularly to attend the marriage of Ihoir son to Miss Rebecca Book-' hart of Helena, which will occur May 3 In Helena. Mrs. V. 0. Miller and Mrs. W. P. Pryor hnve returned from two days in Memphis. Mrs. J. p. nclnmiller Is ill at her home on Highway 01 East. Mrs. William L. Hughes returned yesterday morning from Dover, Del., where she went lo' attend Ihe marriage of her daughter, Miss Sue Hughes, to Lieut. Richard Brown. all-metal plane was Approximately 76 tons of tin go 2 and was equipped with I into construction and equipment of *onower engines. la battleship At the Hospitals \Vnll.s Admlllcd— • Eugene I.loyd, city. Mrs. Janice Klell/., Luxnrn A. .1. Lewis Jr., Manila. Aiisiln Aloore, Osceolu. Mrs, Kd ijiwlcr. Cooler, Mo. Dismissed— Mrs. J. C. Roach, city. Carol! Lloyd Harris, Lcnchvlllc. 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