The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 8, 1944 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, May 8, 1944
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Bits of News Mostly Personal MONDAY, MAY 8, 19<M , ••Coming Event* TUESDAY Mrs. Max B. rteld entertaining Tuesday Bridge Club. La 'Neuve Olub meeting will) Mrs Melvin Halsell. Mrs* Sanfoid Boone entertaining Doublet glub. GN.B. Club meellng with. Mrs. John Tyrone. Charlevoix Chapter, Daughters of American Revolution, meeting tor luncheon at' Hotel Noble. 1 p.. m., Miss Cordelia Wilhi.t* and Mrs. R. C. Rose, .hostesses. Junior-Senior Parent Teacher Association meeting at school. 3:15 p. m'., 'preceded by-executive bocird meellng,;2:30'p. m. : WEDNESDAY Mrs.: R. B. Stput entertaining Club Eight. . . ' . Town nnd Country Club meeting with Mrs. 6. W.-McCulchcn. Mrs. W. I. Denlon entertaining Chapter "D",VP.E.o;> at Hotel Noble for .luncheon,-1 p.m. A.D.C. Club meeting, with Mrs. Albert K. Taylor. Armorel Parent Teacher • lion meeting atsschool, 3. p. m, Mrs. Eugene -'Dickinson- entertaining Wednesday' Contract Club. THURSDAY Thursday .Luncheon Club meeting with Mrs. Byron Morse. Mrs.'G/ Q. r Caudlll entertaining Recent Bn'cle Honored At Miscellaneous Shower Mrs, James Clinton Ellis Jr.. who was Miss June Relmntller before her marriage last week, was complimented with a miscellaneous shower given Saturday afternoon by Mrs. George W. Barham and her daughter. Mi's. C. A. Tant, tit Hie Barhain home. The CO guests were received by the two hostesses, while the bride, her nralher. Mrs. Joh,n Reinmillcr, nnd the bridegroom's mother, Mrs. J. C. Elite Sr, greeted guests'In (j the sunroom. Roses, peonies, painted daisies and Dutch Iris were arranged .liroughout the entertaining rooms. The gifts were presented to the bride in a most unusual fashion, wlien .she was given n large bride's muff, tied with satin bows, In which were concealed several gifts. Alter these hurt been opened, the other gifts were brought In and displayed. Miss Shirley Bnrhnm and Miss Wanda Baiham plnycrt piano selections throughout ttic afternoon. The nrcslcl shades were carried out in the refreshment plates, with Individual cakes iced In white, were served with punch. Each plate also bore a tiny lirlde's muff made of lace net and tied with liny bows of Spring Styles Cotton To The Teen-Age Girl Harold llaynes of Fort Smltn, spent tlic weekend here as the guest of Ills mother, Mrs. T. H. Haynes. and his sister, Mrs. Russell Ftirr and Mr. Fnrr. Miss Verim Wheat spent the ribbons in pastel colons. • * • liss Warren To Head Thursday Contract Club. . , .FRIDAY .Friday-Luncheon Club meeting willi Mis. James Hill Jr. i, . ., . . w , Mrs.!-M. s. YateB entertaining 400 f Local University Women Club. '-. • - ' Miss Mnrjorlc Warren was elected president- of the American Association ot University Women at ft meeting of that group held Saturday afternoon, when Mrs. Bancroft Terry nnd Mrs. O. E. Qnellmalz cn- Icrlnlned nt Ihc Terry home. She . Mrs.- • Fred,- Boyett • Iniltnl'Club. '- entertaining Miss'Su,?Piercy To Wed Candidate Fan- Mr, and Mrs, C. R. P|ercy of AsU- succcc<!s I* down, i Ark., have announced the en- president. gagcmtnt.'of- their daughter, Miss Sue ' fIcrcj Ui Offt"er Candidate Russell.Jlaynes Farr,. son of Mi ind Mis Russell Fair Miss Fiercj attended Dotld Col legc Sbre\eport Ln, and Unl\cr sit> of Arkansas Payettc\ille, where =he was a jmember of Delta Delta Delta sorority She has received manv honors for her beauty having been njinied Queen of the Peach Festival it Nashville Ark during her high school jcars and Cjucui of Beautyat Dodd'Cpllege. Officer Candidate Farr was gmd unled from^Blj thevule high school, uheie he was an honoi student, (jrndunting as salutatorian of his class. He attended University of Arkansas for three years prior to en teiing the service He now is attending Officer Candidate School at Port Kno\, K> ^ where he expects 1 to graduate in July Plins fpr thfe-ivfeijding to-be sol l emnizcd nTlne'late Summer; will be announceiO'la'ler weekend In Memphis as tl!8 guest of relatives. Meut. Harold Lloyd left this afternoon for Fort Dix, N. J., after spending two weeks leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Lloyd at Ynrbro. ' E; M. Holt "wlir leave tomorrow for Little Rock to attend the Arkansas Funeral Director's Cpnven- tion. He expects [a return Thurs- Mrs, N. B. Menard Sr., of Maiden Mo., spent Friday in Blylhevllle as he guest of friends. Mrs. Q'lS Eberdl Jr., returned yesterday from Montlcello, Aik vhere sho attended the funeral o icr sislcr, Mrs. W. M. Biirke. Ol icr return trip she stopped in Dumas, Ark,, for a visit with he brother, Thomas Chancellor. William Morse, who Ls altendln liedical college in Little Rock undo the Navy program, spent the week end here with his parents, Mr. an Mrs. Byron Morse. j. \v. Banister of Kennett ha been tlie of his son, Rodne Banister and Mrs. Banister for th past two days. Mrs. C. G. Redman Sr,, who ha been spending a month In Ho Springs, will attend the Nation Tuberculosis .conference to be held May 8 to 11 In Chicago. She will return lo 'Hot Springs to remain until May 20, Mr, and Mrs. C. ' W. Beale of Memphis, arid Mrs. Finis Rayliurn ot Atlanta, Cia., spent the weekend here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. o. Hall, Miss Bess Hall and Mrs. H. G. Wlckham, Mrs. H. H. Hicks of Los Angeles, arrived tills morning for a two- weeks visit with Mrs. B. F. Gay at her country home at Half Moon. The Rev. and Mrs. Thomas B. Smythe • Sr.. left yesterday ofter- oon for their home In Birdsboro, win., following a mcnUi's visit lere wilh their son, the Rev. T. B mytlic Jr., and In Helena, where icy were guests of friends. Mrs. Ed B. Cook Is spending the eek In St. Louis as the guest of riends. Mr. and Mrs. Stoivcll Sandmever [ New York, left yesterday -to Acton. Mrs. Sandmeyer Is the for- Second Twin Dies ncr Miss Frances Acton, cousin of Miss Margaret Jane Acton. Mi's. Howcll Brewer was removed .0 Memphis Baptist Hospital yes- ;erday afternoon where she is undergoing treatment for virus pneu- npnla. She was accompanied to Memphis by her daughter, Mrs. Colemnri Stevens Jr.. and they were met In. Memphis by Colonel Brewer, who is stationed at Hot Springs. Raymond J. Saxc of Memphis spent the weekend here with his father, R. J. Saxc, and his sister, Mrs. Charles Brpgdon and family. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brogdon and daughter, Gail, spent Friday in Memphis, where ••they took Gail to consult a specialist. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Snipes and son, Bob Tip ton, who have been living in New Orleans, have arrived here to be with Mrs. Snipes' mother, Mr*. H. L. Chambers, Mr. Snipes will report for duly with the Army U :ieir home after a week's visit as Wednesday alul' Mrs. Snipes and uesls of Mrs. Myrtle Action and Bob will make their home with Mrs icr daughter, Miss Margaret Jane Chambers while he is in service. succeeds Mrs. B. A. Lynch, retiring Mrs. Quellmnlz was reclecled vice president of the group. A program on wartime poe.try wns presented by Mrs. James Hill Jr. A dessert" course wiis served diir- K tile social hour. Red Radiance roses were arranged throughout the rooms llirown open for enlei'tatmnent, nnd 10 members -attending the meeting,' Dorcas S.S. Class .Meets Members ol the Dorcas Class of First Baptist. Sunday School met Friday afternoon at the church for their regular monthly business ses^ sion. >-.--,"... - Mrs. Arthur Rushing gave the devotional, sentence prayers. : Mrs. J. \V. Dolen,'class president, presided over, and the meeting was. closed wilh prayer. , Mrs. .W. M. Crowe of Hliffmaii \vas a guest. . : . ; • * : * - Enteitains At Bridge'~ Luncheon On Saturday Miss Elli s I s Bride Of Claude D. McGhee Announcement hns been made, o :he ninrringe of Miss Virginia Ellis of Memphis, daughter of Mr. ntit Mis. Joe Ellis of Burdelte,' to Clfiude n. McGhec, sou of Mr. am Mrs. Z. M. McQliee, nlso of Dur dctle. The marriage was Avarl!' 2S 'nt New Liberty . Daptls Ciiurch,; wi tlV' U> b' R w: '-.Ii^ Q, : :.M.U ! P^ pistor of the church*, officlftthig. Only attendants were Miss Lou nelle Easley nnd Cnlvln McNalr. Mr. McOlice, who is in the Army, eft yesterday to return to his lost "at Abilene, Texas, while his n hit with the pink gingham plna- bricle hns veturueil to Memphis'- ' " ' -'"• ' -" '•' BY EVSIE KINAIU) . NAK Stuff Writer , I Put your growiuB-uii daughter n—wnslinhle but tub- lefylng—nnd in bright cottons Hint liikc to siul'.s like ix cluck to water, If you want to turn her out in style this wartime summer and at the same time keep the laundry bundle down lo :< decent size. That's the idcn behind n • Hock of new fashions evented for the crowd—ages 12 lo 1C— which arc sLyllzcil to the last seam by a. clever young designer, ami which are miide definitely "super by matched accessories that cnn be changed about. Young black makes news In little basic dress that becomes whole wardrobe with changes of accessories. One is n mad-money belt made bright with build. Another IK a pair of white eyelet lace doo-dads; one worn at Die wrist; :another on a'headband, Thero is ,'ii fiesta-bright plnld Jerkin lo Ince up over the dress and n matching bng to nmke you look twice. Then is u colorful beanie, and belt set. • A youthful bliick blouse makes hat she looks like a fashion plate. Other match-makers are day- line dresses, with parasols cut olf the snmci'bolt of cattail. One such dress of woven striped gingham In four ice-cream colors (shown ill .lie left, nbuve), Is made dirndl- style and its bright hues are repealed in a saucy ruffle-trimmed ' Sunday, May 14th Is MOTHER'S DAY parasol. Sun dresses in clilntm; are teamed up matching sun visors. gay with Meetings There will be a stated meeting of the Order of the Eastern Star at tlie hall tomorrow night, 8 o'clock, it was announced today. where she is employed. At the Hospitals Walls Hospitals Admitted— Mrs. E. M. Holt, Holland, Mo. Mrs. H. L. Smith, Dell. Jane Mamiel, psccola. Olan c. Botkin, city. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Pinley Perkins, city, a daughter yesterday. Dismissed— Mrs. E. L. Trimuc. city. Virgie Lee Jackson, city. Tom Slsson, Marslon, Mo. Myllicvlllc Hospital" fore, plaidcd with black as big as window panes (at right, above). When tills type of pinafore—it's bow-tied at the .shoiililcre, is full- skirted and close-haUled at tjic waist—is worn alone,: it's a sun suit. \Vorn with a matching plaid gingham bonnet, n.little yirl knows Eight guests were present'SaLur- | day afternoon when Mrs. Loy Admitted- Welch 'entertained with a bridge j Mrs. Jane Tankcrsly, city, luncheon at her home on West M VS . Alton Klfcr, city. Ash street. . Born to Mr. niitl Mrs. B. B Small tables were , arranged for white, Armorel, a daughter yester- luncheon in the living room, which was attractively decorated with Memphis liaplist Hospital roses, iris and peonies, while eachUdniitted— table had as a centerpiece a crys-l uobbie Miller, Joiner, tal oudvase filled with red rose- 1 buds. Following luncheon, bridge was played with high score prize awarded Mrs. Robert Grimes and second high to Mrs. M. O. Usrey. Wins College Honor Miss Mary Lynn Jackson, student at Lindemvood College. St. 1 Charles, Mo., was selected as. second maid in 'the Popularity Court held April 25 at the school. Selected from members of the | sophomore, junior and senior classes were 13 girls, from which num- , ber three were selected to reign as queen, first maid and second maid, announcement of their election being made at a dinner party on the night of the 25th. The dinner was followed by a reception given In honor of the newly elected queen and her court. Miss Jackson is the daughter of | Mayor and Mrs. E. R. Jackson. IRRITATIONS OF EXTERNAL CAUSE Acno pimplea, eczema, factory derma. .-_ _? -- f — : — : -- -_^ i.i. — — tllieUin, r brokcn- ____ ........ - ..... -------------- up, burning and sorenwa of these miseries .with tamplc homo treatment. .Goes to work at once. Aids healing, works'the antiseptic \\ay- Use Black and White Ointment only as directed. lOc, 2ae, BOo Hies. 25 yrara' success. Money-back guarantee. Vital in cleansing ia mous Memphis Methodist Hospital Admitted- Charlie Hill, Wilson. Mrs. J. 13. Woolen, Wilson. Memphis SI. Joseph's Hosriilal Admitted- Mrs. Eula Mac Neal, Canithcrs- ville, Mo. Shop Whitsitt's For Gifts For Your Favorite Pin-up Girl! STUNNING NEW DRESSES By Nelly Don 6.50 to 10.95 OC cotu'HC llolhev wants something lo wear for licr day. Choose it here at her fnvoritc Ktore. She'd choose Nelly Don herself—wfi've n bright Summer collect! her f If you suffer MONTHLY'S FEMALE PAIN You who suffer such pain with tired, nervous lirltnble blue feelings—due to functional monthly disturbances — should try Lyrila E. Plntomni's Vegetable Compound to relieve such symptoms. Here's a product that Https MATURt. It 13 CvlSO 3 fine EtO- machlc tonlcl Follow label directions. Worth trying. LYDIAE.PINKKAM'S£R Perfect "extra" .gift! Crisp striped cotton coat clres.s for- thru - Summer. H-44. " • mm FACTS That Influence Your Health You arc subject to health laws whether you recognize it or not. Sooner or Inter you re.i[> tlie penalty of neglect. You may obtain more information on rectal, colon and stomach conditions on request. THORNTON & MINOR CLINIC Suite 572 926 Jlcdee Kansas City 0, Missouri tilia, ample ringworm, lcttcr t fiali bumps, (blacfcheadsVanduely out skin. Millions relieve itcmnj£, burn- . . leansing ia good aoap. Enjoy fa- s Black actl White Bun Soap doily. MARGARET'S BEAUTY ftBOP IM B. FIrrt v ' Phone 2532 Bring Us Your ••dirty PrqWemi Dine In The Beautiful SPANISH COFFEE SHOP Hotel Noble 5Sc PLATE LUNCHEON Delicious, Home Cooked Meals. Don't Woit Too Long. Store Early For Certain Protection and Better Attention Proletl yfturs this safe l. imiatoR BLEACHIS sometimes dimigc cottons and linens because their action is tintwlrolled.' 2. PLAIN WASHING means lots more rubbing to get things \vhice. This is also hard on fabrics. 3, WITH PURIX you avoid both dangers. Used as directed, Purcx whitens £f»f/y-vv'ith nnfnt/ed action. Far safer than Inferior bleaches ores tr.i tub- bing. Linens last hngul. PURFX HAS CONTROUID ACTION- OINUE 1O COTTONS AND UNIN» HOTCIIO, age is barely six, Lynette Haynle. Ihree-moiith-olU daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H Haynle of Armorel, died at II o'clock yesterday morning at rn 1 . M. I*. Skaller's clinlo. The Infant was the survivor of a set of twins,' her sister, Annette, having died April 25. In addition to her parents, she leaves four sisters. Burial was made at 10 o'clock this morning at Number Nine Cemetery with C'obh Funeral Home in charge of arrangements. Perfect Safety itccorcls SCHENECTADY, N. Y., (UP) Two plants of the same company turned in records during the past two years of 200.000,000 maiihuurs of work without a fnlality. They i're the Schenectaily and Fort Wayne, Ind.,'plants of General Uleclric. Read Courier News want Ads Once Fat! Now Has a Motel's Figure ' "I lost 32 ibs. wear size H again". ' • Betif ReyncMt, B/ooW/n Once 156 Ibr.. Miss Reynold* lost weight wetfcly willi AYDS £ VJUmin Candy KediicintE.Man. '-" Now ilie lias a model's tiutitt*. Your experience may or jnay not be the tamo huL try this :3sier reducing plan. Pint ISox \tuit i'fco-LU Ittiults or money back. Nociercife. No laxuiEves, Nodi UK*. Kalplenly. > oudi>n t- cut out ineali. iioiatotj. etc.. OiJy S2.25 for 30 Jiys' supply. I'liuue. wiilc KIBBY BKOS. DHUG STOKES The Gift Shop Modern and Antique Gifts COSMETICS BABY GIFTS GREETING CARDS NOVELTIES A Gift For Everybody Ingram Blilg. Phone 2W4 MOSS BRYAN KIT1 Continuous Showi Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 1:80 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 pjn. Last Time To tiny The Uninvited 7 with Hay Milland nnd Klllli Hiissey Paramount News nnd Selected Short Subjects Tuesday For young mothers — plaid cotton! So witli low U-neck, nice details. 12-20. VANITY FAIR SLIPS Beauties Mother Will Love 2.25 and 3.95 Rayon crepes and satins, some with lace trim. Figure moulding, carefully detailed, in white and .soft pastels. We have her size. Safeguard Your Investment When yon bouglit your [ur coal you made a sound Investment, one that should bring you pleasure and service for years lo come. Now, like nil other consumer goods. If given the proper cnrc, it will respond according to the way you trent It. On the other hand, if you are careless, youf cont will wear out, perhaps years before it ordinarily would. The best form of insurance for the longer life ot your coat Is cold storage. NU-WA. PHONE 474 BtYMVipgARK . v' r r' : '. ,«J' Fed. tnx) Added spice for her Summer wardrobe. Gay multi-color fabrics, plastics, straws, leathers. OAIE EVANS fRANK AlBtRTSON ROXY Matinees Sat. & Sim, Only pen* each night 6:30; Starts 6:49 Opens Snnday 1:00; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. and Son. Train Night Every Night Exrept Saturday. Ho putt* honored on Band*? at the Boxy, MissWhMtsShof) At Whftsitt's Last Time Today Tistpl PackitV Mama 7 with Ruth Terry and [tohcrl Livingston Fox News and Selected Short. Tuesday & Wednesday

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