The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 2, 1944 · Page 2
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BLYTHEVILLB (ARK,)' COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, MAY 2, 1944 Club 28 Entertained With Supper Dance Mr. and Mrs. Mr, and Mrs. W. C. and Mr, and Mrs. E. M. Regenold entertained members of Club 28 and severil guests last flight at the Woman's Club. Iris', snowball a'hd mock orange decorated the .ballroom, where guests danced for several hours following the^buffet supper, which was served'at S- 30 >. o'clock Guests for the evening Included Mr and "Mrs. W. M. McKenzle, Mr! and Mrs. Freeman Robinson, Mr. and Mrs, J. L. Aslicraft, Mr. and Mrs. Q. E. Glllennntei, Mr. and Mrs, Ed Willltonv Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Stltt Mrs. J. E. Beasley. Miss May Dlxon nncl Mrs. Charles Schmidt. • • • « Oveiholser s Have Son The Rev. and Mis. James A. O\eihota of Texarkana, Aik, foimerly of Blylhevtlle, arc! parents of a son born' Thursday In a Texarkana .'•. hospital. The baby has been namec Knowles Arthur. The bverholsers have one other child, Kannerl, who is three. *..••* Out Of-Town Visitors Attend Buffet Luncheon lalhlng rooms. Out-of-town guests present at the affah included Mrs. H. H. Bookhart and her daughters, Miss Marcus Evraid,-Rebecca Bookhart of Helena, and Hlgginson Mrs. James countess Jr., of Elaine. Ark., Hie Bight Rev. R. Bland Mitchell of Little nock, the ncv. Frank E. Walters of Helena, the Rev. T. Clark BloomfleM of Jonesboro, the Hev. and Mrs. Thomas B. Smythe Sr., of Birdsboro, Pa., tid the following from Osccola: rs. James Love well, Mrs. W. H. ml, Mrs. P. P. Jacobs, Mrs. larlcs Hale, Lieut. Dick Prewelt rs. Wathen Prewett Sr., Mrs. athen Prewett Jr., and Mrs. C. Davis. » • » )r. Elliott Is Speaker Dr. Arthur E. Elliott, nsslstan can of Phillips University,' Enid kla., was the guest speaker at th looting of the Women's Mlsslonnrj Council of tlie First Chrlstla Jhurch yesterday afternoon who lembersmct with Mrs. Ralph Nlch Is, with Mrs. II. U. Brandon a o-hostcss. The meeting ol>encd with n pray r hy the Rev. H. S.. Bnlrd, paslo f the church. Mrs. J. C. Lowe was leader he study course on Ihe topic 'Learning Through Worship a ilirlsllan Education". Di. Elliott chose as his top 'Missionary Education". A report on the stale convcntio More than 40 guests were pres cut for the buffet luncheon glvei yesterday afternoon at the J Loni Cherry home by membeis of Hi Woman's Auxillaiy of St Stephen 1 Episcopal Church. M The, luncheon, which' followc the ordination services held at th church, was given in special com plime'nl lo the rector, the Re Thomas B Smjthe Jr 'Ihc dining table uos centerc with an arrangement of lnvcnd and puiple iris in a crjstal va-> . t while other Ins, peonies and roses i • • i pi I r nW) .,' were used throughout the enter- Initial LlUb Lllteitaine ave-Business Meeting Mrs. Hugh Wliltsltt gave the de- otlonal at the meeting of the Wolan's Society of Christian Service f First Methodist Church held ycs- crday afternoon at the church. Reports on the district conference eld recently at Marked Tree were Iven by Mis. 6. B. Wilford and Irs. A. O.'Hudson. Mrs. James Hill Jr., president, pio- Iclcd over the business meeting, and Mrs. 'Charles L, Wyllc read the inln- ilos of the previous meeting. Mrs.: Hill nnd Mis. Wilford wil eprosent this organisation at tin •ncellng of the Christian Federaliot of Churches to be held this after loon at First Christian Church. Plans were mnde for the nnmia May breakfast to be held till nonth, with Mrs. Roland Green glv Ing a report. » » • Business Meeting Held Seventeen members of the Executive Board of the email's Auxiliary of First Prcsbylci Itm Church met yesterday afternoon at the church, with Mrs.' 2a! B. Harrison, president, presiding. Mrs. O. W. DHlahunty gave the devotional, and plans were made to vccieve the new minister of the church, and his wife, who will arrive In •Blylhevillc this week. 1 Bits of News Costly; Personal J. T. Turnbow St. . . the weekend here with hi xircnts, Mr. Turnbow. Mrs. Taylo Claude Strallon of Mempli spent Sunday here as Ihc gucs ot Mends. Mr. and Mrs. George Quarle „„ ,,,, Army Air Field hospital where he was removed after 10 wa.s stricken suddenly ill while siting Ills mother, aim where he as confined for two weeks, Mrs. J. W. Doicn nas as her ;hcM this week, Mrs. Jesse F. Cox f Little Rock. Mrs. I-vaiik Simmons went to leniphis today to visit her granddaughter. Mrs. Robert Scott and n'mlly. Max Movers returned to Ills home n Memphis today after attending ,o business In Blythevlllc for several days. • Mrs, Ebb Reynolds spent Saturday in Manila where she attended .he funeral of H. Owens. Coming Ev.enti of Cape Glrardeau. Mo,, spojit t! weekend here as the guests of reta lives. Mrs. A. G. Little left loda for Chicago where she will spend 10 days, Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Turnbow spent, yesterday In Leachvllle on business. The Rev. Thomas B. Sniylhc Jr, nnd his parents, the Rev. and Mrs. Smythe Sr., .of Birdsboro, Wooiis. pa,, loft today for Helena 'where the marriage of the Rev. Mr. Smythe Jr., to Miss Rebecca Book- 'hort of Helena will he solemnized tomorrow at high noon. Mrs. Grady Joyner and Miss i Elizabeth Joyner, bolli of Rosemark, Tenn., have returned homo WEDNESDAY Mrs, William Dolen entertaining A.D.C. Club. Wednesday Contract Club meeting with Mrs. W. B.-Garrott. -• Mrs. C. C. Langstflii entertaining Town and Country Club. Wednesday Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. W. J. Wundcrllch. Armoiel Parent Teacher Association meeting at school, 2:30 p.' in. Sudunry Parent Teacher Association will meet at Ihc school, 3 p. m., preceded by executive board meeting, 2:30 p. m. 'THURSDAY Mrs. Clyde Eldridge entertaining G.N.B. Club. ' 400 Club meeting with Mrs. Roy At the Hospitals Blylhevillc Hospital Admitted- •, Carrie Weatheispodii, Armoiel, Evoiette Eldridge, city. •Born to Pfc. and Mrs. H. L Slrevcll, city, a son last night. Walls Hospital Admitted- Mrs. H. W. Wells, Steele, Mo. A. L. Carr, Osccola. J. W. Mahue, Osceola. Betty Lou Cook, Burdette. Mrs. Archie Olsen, -Wordell, Mo. Dismissed— Alice Sue Graves, Steele. Mo, Mrs. Janice Fleltz, Luxora. W. W. Johnson, city. Nancy Jean Robinson, Steele, Mo. Memphis Baptist Hospital Admitted- Mrs. Frank Chu, Joiner. Memphis Methodist Hospital Admitted- Charlie 0. Walker, Manila. Mrs. Fred Copeland, city. Motor skips In your car today are due largely to oil fouling of spark plugs, Heart Attack Fatal Funeral scrvcies were held Sunday for Mrs. Sarah Van . Hoozer, mother o( Mrs. Ida Whllney of Manila, who died In Harrlsburg Friday night following a heart attack. She was 84. Mrs. Van Hoozci also leaves two other.'daughters and a son. Continnoas Showi Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 ROXY Matinees Sat. & Sun. Only Opens each night 6:30; Start) 8:4! OJ»M Sunday 1:00; Sluts 1:15 Continuous Shows gat. and Sun. RirfsLn Night Every Night Exrept Saturday, No BISM* •honored on Snngay at the Boxy. Oilo Scrape entertaining Plans nlso were discussed for the m » rk - j£""- 'A report'on the state eonvcntl. EZttoh^hMfr b°e held °m « ^f V -,-.... of, Christian Churches held last B""™{'°"' ^«' *'' t ™ 'J™ £ bB . j. Blankenshlp, and hei nieces, week In Little Rock was given by ^,,*™^ d tji?d"<™Sl» Miss .Vcatrlcc Lovelace, Mrs. Gor Mrs. L, A. Moore. IfnnnMl nn,i in lipln Mcxlnnn this don Harris Mrs L, A. Moore: council, and lo help Mexican girls Mrs. George Barham was leader ^, c , n ' ^"Members nlso dls . of the worship program on The . recognition would be Teacher of Value"i assisted by Mrs. Brandon, and Mrs. Nichols. Mrs. W. D. Cobb, accompanied by Mrs. J. D. Davis, gave u vocal solo, and the meeting closed with the missionary benediction. During the social hour refreshments were served and Martha Nichols, young daughter of the hostess, played two piano solos. • Lady..can you Firs An ANTI-AIRCRAFT All members of the initial Club vcre present Frldny afternoon when Mrs, W. S. Eastburn entertaining with a bunco party nt her home. which was decorated with tulips and Iris. Bunco prize was awarded Mrs. Itcrnmii May, high score to Mrs. Johnny Hlckmim arm low score to Mrs. Jack Marsh. A sandwich plate with iced drinks was served. :< One found of wait* coot- tng filf from your kitch»n will firs font 'anti-aircraft ihells. Save your waste fall and jell them to your meat dealer. Mother's Friend helps' bring~ease flmf comfort to expectant ' : , mothers. M O TH E n ' B PfflEND. nn exquisitely pro- phretl emollient, Is \iseful in nil condl- »^~.....*». tlont \vhere tv blnnd, mild anodyne mas Bage medium In fikln lubrication Is de sired, one condition In which \vomc for mow tlinn 70 years Imvc \iacil It Is n replication for massaging tho horty <lnr ing pregnancy ... It-helps Keep the ' ' eolt anil pliable... thug avoiding *.. necessary discomfort clue to dryiicss tvn It, refreshes nnd tones U Rncsa. rcrefiies niu ones Ekln. An Itlcnl ninssngo application fo the innnb. tingling or burning sonsn lions of tlic skin., .'or the tired b.ac musclC3 or crnmp-llt:c \n\ns In the leg Quickly absorbed. Delightful to \iso. 'Mother's Friend Highly prnisetl liy users, mnny iloclors ft TIUTTCJ. JuaL nsk any UruitK'st Tor Mothc jjricinj—the skin lubricant Try it lofiii; don Harris and family, and Mrs. Dave Halstcad and family. . . Mrs. Leonard -'Johnon and daughter. Belli, spent the weekend Johnson's sister, Mrs. F. E. Jones and family. Fred Copelnml went to Memphis this afternoon to be with Mrs. Coiieland, who will undergo a goiter operation tomorrow morning at Methodist, Hospital. Mrs. J. W. Pollard of Detroit will arrive tonight for an extended visit with her sister, Mrs. A. M. Butt and family, and oilier relatives. Mrs. Pollard will be accompanied here by Mrs. F. E. Black who has been her guest in Detroit for the past 10 days. It. B. "Skcct" Stout, was re cussed what recognition would be linld by the Auxiliary to members i,,,,^""-- —..., -.— - of the church who are graduating Jin Memphis as guests of Mrs. from Blylhcvllle high school, wllli "- •-'-- "- " ^ """" more definite plans for this lo be decided upon later. • * • Baptists Meet At'Church The Women's Missionary Union ot First, Baptist Church met yesterday lernoon at the church for the gular monthly business meeting. Mrs. E. C. Brown gave the ilcvo- onal : from Ihc 85th Psalms, and ded hev devotional with a prayer. The watchword for the year wns veil by .Mrs. E, B. Wood son, and c president, Mrs. Ebb Carson prc- **. ». ded over the business session when moved to his home yesterday frcm gular reports were filed. The meeting closed with sentence •nycrs hy various members. feting'Held At Church Members of the Woman's Soety 6f Christian Service of Lake trcet Methodist Church met yes- •rdny nfternoDn at the church foi business mctling. Mrs. Joe Slrlckland led the de Club Eight. Mid Week club meeting Mrs. M. O. Usrey. Mrs. J. A. Leech entertaining Thursday Luncheon Club. Thursday Contract Club meeting th Mrs. H. W. Wyllc. FRIDAY Mrs. W. S. Langdon entertaining .B.C. Cliib. Chapter "N" ot P.E.O.-meeting ilh Mrs. J. W. Adams Jr., 2:30 p. m. •Mrs. Johnny Hickman entertain- ig Initial Club. ot.lonr.l arid, prayer was y Mrs. Maple .Cole.-' - t •Tlie business meeting WHS 'pre Ided over by the president, Mrs V. L. 'Green, when plans wcr nude to attend the ortjanlnalioi of the Federation of Chrislla Women tit the Christian Ohiircl Ills afternoon. Mrs. George Crews dismissed th 12 members present with prayer. Brook/and Man Dies J. J. Wheat of Brooklaud, father of Mrs. Heltic Hall of 'Blythcville, died In Jonesboro hospital Friday night. He was 70. Mr. Wheat had been a resident of Brookland for C5 years. «c also leaves a son, Morris D. Wheat of Memphis lylheville Hospital where he ha icon undergoing treatment for t roken hip suffered recently in all. Staff Sergt. ami Mrs. Wlllifii . McGaughey left last night fo The Dalles, Ore., where they wi' IbiL his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J V. McGaughey. Mrs. McGnugUc s the former Miss Mary Kntherin Dillahunty. .Pvt. Finis Hardy left yestcrda for Camp Roberts, Calif...followh i furlough- (spent •here .with h n6ther,"Mrs.-J."W. HftYay: Privt Hardy has recently been a The Gift Shop Modern and Antique Gifts COSMETICS BAI1Y GIFTS GREETING CARDS NOVELTIES A Gift For Everybody Ingram Illdg. Phone 2254 MOSS BRYAN MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP 104 B. First. Phone 2532 Bring Us Your Beauty Problems tJEvenlnt" By^ Appotatiuenl Beginning Wednesday, May 3,1944 all Blytheville lumber yards -will be c/osea 1 each Wednesday afternoon until the first Wednesday in September. Delta Lumber (o. Huffman Bros, Lumber Co. Nisi County Lumber (o. L(. Robinson Lumber Co. ALL THIS WEEK! Each Fresh Cocoanut Layer Cakes— 'Don't Say Bread—Say Harr's Bread!" "nivthevillo Owned — Employing Hl.vlhcvillc People" Beginning We'dnes'day, May 3rd, We Will Be CLOSED ALL DAY EACH WEDNESDAY Until Further Notice * RATCLIFF'S SHOE SHOP HALTER'S QUALITY SHOE SHOP 'LISTEN TO KLCN »:00 ».m. 12:45 p.m. 4:J» pm Tuesday & Wednesday In N orto' Hint all children will have 'a chance to see SNOW WHITE & 7 DWARFS we are having special matinees :it the Hoxy Theatre us well as (he Hit/ Theatre Tuesday and Wednesday on this picture. Starts 1:15 p.m. Rosy program at nights Tuesday and Wednesday. Mother's Day Sunday, May 14th Send her your PHOTOGRAPH! A gift she'll treasure Tuesday & Wcflnesday WALT DISNEY'S IBS! uameoics mm 'Steen' HEAR EVANGELIST H. RHODES TONIGHT AT THE FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH 7th and ASH STS. Only top quality products get the job of lubricating the' motors and machinery on our figbting Navy's ships. So we're x proud to tell yovi that Sinclair lubricants are used on many Navy ships to assure smooth operation and save wear. To give your car the same, sure SAV£ WEAR WITH protection, get Sinclair lubricants • from your Sinclair Dealer. To protect your engine, for example, he offers Sinclair Opaline Motor Oil. This famous oil stands up longer and lubricates better because it is both de-waxed and de-jellied. Use Sinclair Opaline.to keep youc car rolling. ~ •** B. J. ALLEN Pkone 2095 >-< Af eit —> IhrtkeTilIe, 'Ark,

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