The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 27, 1944 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 27, 1944
Page 5
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THURSDAY, APRIL 27, 19« UI,YTIIEVH,LK (AUK.)' COURIER NliWS Many Guests Are Included I Al Rummy Parly Yesterday large number ol guests were entertained at (he party given yesterday by Mrs. Tim fetes am i Mrs. 1 Shields Edwards for members of the 400 Club. Tlie. affair was given | at the Estes home. Four (nbles were arranged In Ihe entertaining room of the house which was effectively decorated willi Spring flowers. I In the Liverpool rummy games played during the afternoon, Mrs. I Esles hart high score ami Mrs. | ijiifuyctc May, second high. A dessert course was .served Ciuests included Mrs. J. R, Mc| Council, Mrs. T. J. Price, Mrs. I W. J. Oakcs of Memphis, house- I guest of her sister, Mrs. Jerry iHciirn, Mrs. Joe McClnre, Mrs. [W. A. V'lwards and Mrs. Elwood I Scot. Oul-Of-Towri Visitor | Cues! Al Club Party Mrs. G. G. Cnudlll Jr, of Slcele, Mo.. liortEcgnrst of Mr. and Mrs Caudlll St., was a (jurat of Mrs. J. C. Ellis yesterday afternoon when she entertained members of the Town and Country Club at her country | home at Barfield. Iris and other Spring flowers were arranged in the entertaining rooms where guests played bridge during I tbc afternoon. ( High score prize was received by Mrs. James B. Clark and second | high by Mrs. Fred V. Rutherford. Light refreshments were served. I Mrs. Pryor Is Hostess ($) Club [Members, Guests The presence of three guests I added Interest to (lie party given I yesterday erternnon for members I of the Wednesday Contract club 1 when Mrs. Paul Pryor entertained I at lier home on Chickasawba Avc- I line. Guests were Mrs. Russell Farr, [Mrs. Robert Grimes and Mrs. S. | C. Owens. .. flowers added ,*L colorful j note lo the rooms used for cnter- I taming. Mrs. Grimes received high score I guest prize and Mrs. E, F. Blo] mcj-cr was high among the club I members, with Mrs. .James .V. [ Oates, second. A dessert course was served. I P.E.O. Sisterhood I Entertained Yesterday Mrs. Marion Williams was host- I ess to Chapter "T>" of the P. E. O. Ssislerhood. entertaining yesterday with . an all day meeting, at her | new home at 1300 Weft Main. ^ A buffet luncheon was served I from the dining table, covered with I a handmade lace cloth anri cen- , tercd with an arrangement of Spring flow-era hi a crystal bowl. More mixed flowers decorated the living room of the Williams home. A*Irs, Ilermon Carlton, president (•'.the organization, presided over | me business session. A program on China was pre- I scnted by Mrs. E. B. Gee, who was assisted by Airs. B. A. Lynch, Mrs. J. A. Leech and Mrs. Harry | W. Haiucs. Eighteen members and one guest I atcuded the meeting. j Bridge Luncheon Given | By Mrs. Baker Wilson A bowl of Talisman rosebuds formed the centerpiece for the luncheon table yesterday afternoon when Mrs. Baker Wilson entertained members of the Wednesday Bridge Chib ami two guests, Airs. C. R. Penn and Mrs. J. Louis Cherry, for luncheon and an afternoon of | bridge. The living room where the small I tables were arranged for bridge, was I decorated with vases of yellow tulips. Mrs. W. H. Minyard received high I score prize and Mrs. Charles Rose, Bits of News Mostly Personal John Nicholson, an enlisted pilot with the Army Air Corps, Is spending a brief furlough here with ills parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Nicholson, He Is being transferred from Miami, Fla., to Nashville, Term., where he will be stationed wilh the Air Transport, Command, Sirs. Eluert Huffman and Miss Marguerite Dolcn spent today In Memphis. Mrs. J. Fan-Is McCalla and her young daughter, Jennie Wren, have moved lo the home of Mrs. McCalla's mother, Mrs. G. W. Dllla- luinly on North Sixth where they will make their home while Mr. McCalla is on duly with the Navy. Lieut. Col. and Mrs. Gordon Welshons and their son and daughter K'lll occupy the McCalla home. Mrs. W. j. Onkcs of Memphis Is spending the week here as Ihe of her sister, Mrs. jerry Hearn and family. She will return home Saturday. Miss Margaret Ycrby of Birmingham arrived Tuesday to be the guest of Mrs. H. E. Tinker and Mrs. Irene Wallace. Miss Verby will be here for a week Mrs. J. c. Ellis spent today In Memphis with her mother who Is a patient at Baptist Hospital there. Mrs. G. G. Caudill Jr., ot Steelc, Mo., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Caudlll ST., for several (lays. Mrs. Virgil Greene and her daughter, Miss Elizabeth Ulylhe, are expected to return this weekend from Hatllcsburg. Miss., where they were called two weeks ago by the serious illness of Mrs. Green's granddaughter. Harriett Ann Odlcy. Tiie child's condition was believed to be slightly improved. Lieut. John Charles Bright of Columbia Air Field. Columbus. S. C., Is spending a brief leave here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bright and family. J. P. Friend and son, R. A. Friend, and Joe Whitlcy, spent today in Memphis. Mrs. J. E. Crook went to Memphis to spend the weekend with | her daughter, Mrs. James Williams and Mr. Williams. Mr. and Mrs. j. \v. Sykc-s returned today from Memphis where Mr. Sykcs went to consult a specialist. Mrs.'Young Entertains Bridge Club And Guest Mrs. Albert K. Taylor played bridge with members of the A.D.C. JClnb when that group vfas entertained yesterday afternoon at the )y>mp of Mrs. ,,Williain Young on North Fifth. ' High score prize was awarded to Mrs. Tobv Long and second high to Mrs. William Dolcn. •A dessert course was served. Cooper At New Madrid Claude F. Cooper, local attorney, appeared in Circuit Court at New Madrid, Mo., yesterday when lie represented A. F. Ward in the case of A. P. Ward vs Robert Davis Cotton Company. Tlie case has not been settled. Waste Paper Collection Set For Saturday Waste paper collections In Illyllic- yllle will seriously hamper the win- effort it they arc not larger than that of last week when only 13,050 iwvmds of paper was collected for reuse, 11 was announced today by L. G. Nash, cliulnnan of the committee In charge. Another collection will be licld Saturday with all residents urged lo place their waste papers on Ihe curbs of (heir houses and places of business, regardless of weather. Col- lecllon will begin nt 8:30 o'clock, It was announced. A number of farmer-; brought their waste paper into town for last week's collection, to materially aid in the amount obtained, Mr. 'Nash said. People living outside the city may take their paper to the s, Joseph's Tin Shop in the Stcrnbcrg building at the rear of the county jull, In preparing waste paper for collection, newspapers should be folded the way they are received by delivery Iwy and lied In bundles libout 12 inches high. Corrugated and cardboard boxes should be flattened and tied In bundles about the same hcighth. Such waste paper as wrappers, sacks, and the like should he packed hi boxes and compressed as much as possible. i jfond high. At the Hospitals Walls Hospital Admitted: Oscar Dlnsmorc. Manila. Dismissed: Mrs. Charles McClain and baby Luxora. Mrs. Wilford Thompson, Leachville. nlytlicvillc Hospital Admitted: Godfrey Myers. Caruthcrsvillc Mo. Dismissed: Delores Slutts, Manila. Memphis Baptist Hospilnl Admitted: J. H. Highsaw. Osceola. Mrs. R. T. Wilder, Luxora. Memphis Methodist Hospital Admitted: Mrs. L. C. Jones, Joiner. THE DIXIE PIXIE SAYS: It lias a smoother, richer flavor It helps you bake-it helps you fry, find what a point and money saver Dixie Margarine's the spread to hyy! Demand DIXIE MARGARINE ' -"•» .VITAMIN FORTIFIED On sale at your grocers We Are Pleased to Announce That GEUR1N Is Now Connected With HOLT FUNERAL HOME Phoric 571 For Ambulance Service ft!!' : .;' Automobile sliortaccs nre complicated by n. "horscjiott'cr" slinrlngc revealed by a ctnsus showiiiB that tlic eiiuiiio poimlntion of.the conn- try is now 8,330.000—fewest since 187, r >. Club News Notes New Attache The Ai'morcl Home Demonstration club met Tuesday al (ho clubhouse. chairmen ot all committees were gjv?:: ijtnfu) leaflet,, arranged >>>' Miss Cora l.ce Colcnuin from the Department of Agriculture, con- lalnlng valuable Informallon on all phases of home demonslratlon work. Mrs. T. n. Walson gave a report on the progress of the school lunch project sponsored by the club nml (he Parent Teacher Association. Many Improvements already Imve been made urn! plans for more were discussed. Club members will servo lunch lo the children on May 3 us a demonstration of canteen work as led by Miss Ciinilllc Robinson. The Lone Oak Home Demonstration Club met Monday at the club kllchcn with 15 members present. Group singing opened the meeting, and Mrs. J. W. Fields, vice president, rend the devotional: Mrs. Clara Hodge presented the club with quilt scraps for a <ni!lt, and each member was given a pattern and material to ylccc a block mid relurn al the next meeting. Dining the business meeting an auction sale was held with $2.10 raised, which sum will be used for (he benefit of the club. Mis. J. H. colemim was the winner in a contest held during (he recreation hour, and each member WHS asked to attend Die lilay tournament held tomorrow in Yitrbro. The hoslesscs, Mis. Sallic Needham, Mrs. Ewie Davis and Mrs. Glenn Alexander, served refreshments. The nest meeting will be held May 8. Coming Evrnti FRIDAY Mrs. W. M. McKcnzIo cntcrtnln- uig Friday Luncheon Club. C. G. Redman Jr., Barbara Monaglinii. Christine Glllenwatcr Charles Henderson, Charles Crig- •gcr and Lany Hcnrn cntcrtnlng with dance nt Wotiinti's Club, 8 to 11 p. m. MaJ. Florence Catherine Jepson, above, of Atlanta, UD., recently arrived in London • to assume post of assistant military ctlache, the lirst WAC lo hold such an assignment. A new source of oil is reported from Ijrazil, where alligators have been processed to provide lubricants suitable for motors. ^To rel!e«« distress of Female Weakness Ijydla E. Plnkbntn's Vegetable Compound Is matlc cspcclMy tor women to help relieve periodic pain with wmk, nervous, blue Jccllngs—due to rimctloual mODthly disturbances Taken rcBUlnrly—It helps build up resistance n e a!nst such symptoms Fallow label directions Non-rationed Shoes As illustrated in brown or black gabardine— 5 50 Women's Hose 51 Guage Rayon 1.10 45 Guage (Sheer) 95c & 1.08 42 Guage (Semi-Sheer) ...- 81 c Mesh Hose 1.18 and 1.22 Jarman Shoes For Men $5.85 to $7.95 Poll Parrot Shoes For Boys and Girls at Popular Prices Shoe Stamp No. 18 Expires Saturday! The Family Shoe Store 312 W. Main Phone 2342 Hook Up In Style Crochet A Matching Bcanh ami Bog Sots wllli as ninny us three similes of collon llirend used to malic IlY IM'.SUJ KINA11U NKA Klaff Writer Any girl who has an urge to bu her own ciixloin-miide milliner cun crochet herself a lieiuiie In wlml- ever Ivlck style eiiplure.s )n>r fancy, ami sin; cun be .sure that results me lilBli-fiLshion, washable, piu'k- alile. and swltehuble to almost any kind of costume. Croclieltinj your own—and I hut can Include a bag to match-Is one way of swinging necessorles (in a shorstiiug, too, because It can be done for us Ilttlu as two dollars, u set of nimble lingers and a few spare hours, tjulntully occupied while you ride lo mid from work or stl wnllhiH for Komconp. Three year-roiuul fashions In croclu'lcd cotton toppers, slimvii utiovc, are ones an amateur cun Hinkc. because studies are so simple mid Instructions are so easy. I At (he lower right Is a Imlo-lopped cmvi'tte In either oau or two colors, Mosaics are imulc- in sections mill |iul loiicthcr to form the lint Shown left, is a two-toned beret with ruffles and loops.'! his hat cun ,1) cumlched with a three-dlmen- stonnl two-tone duflle ban, like Ihc one shown. Al ii|)|>er right Is a rliif- cnlot. crocheted In a solid color Men In Service Mrs. Loy Arnold 1ms received word of Die nrrlval !n England of licr husband, Private Arnold, who fomirrly was elnlloncd at Blylhe- vlltc Army Air Held. Mrs. Arnold, the former Miss Dorothy Wyatl of niyllievlHc, Is nuMiiif her home here while Private Arnold Is on fureiitn duty, Avlnllon Student Harris Hunt, sou of Mr. and Mrs. Nuy Hunt, who hn.s IJTOI stationed nt Adn, Okln., IMS been transferred to Waco Army Air Held. Waco, Tex. Mr. iiml MVS. Jesse Province linvt vecclmi news of the promotion o llieli 1 son, Jitiiii-s K, Henley, to the riuik of i>lntoon sereeant. Sorscaul Henley, who recently was transferred from Cumj) Clmffee, Ark., U Greenville, 1'cim.. now is slallonei In Now ork. lli> lins been In scrvlw lor the past 18 months. Less Hum one-half of the more than UO.OOO.OIIO people In Ihc Uillt- cil Sink's me diurch members, More tliiiu 80 per font of ,,ll'im- lomoblle.'i m pre-war Greece were lit American origin, lloy, or Ijoy! Yum, Vimi! Ho I liwc 1IOTC1IU cl Cuini IIP armed'f.orccs"l ii the pasUwn years. ' You no longer need to use uny.of yinV*, -> I precious* palms wjictt' I' 'i jon tiny nil •- "I, IhimXo. xy%&»\ HUMKO ^ 'HI J f)^,,,,/,, n 0) a inly •] COOKING FAT I, "Sl> li'milntul'" r| , ii HEAR REPORT TO THE NATIQN" ivory week this New Time 9:30 P. M. WEDNESDAY CBS Net Work Don't, Mis') It! ; ,. AUK-MO POWliK CO. 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