The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 12, 1944 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, May 12, 1944
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BLYTHEVILLE , (ARK.) COUIUER/NBWS., ,- .FRIDAY, MAY 12, 19'M Presbyterians Honor lew Pasjor And Wife The '(Rev)' and Mrs. ''Hfme> T Kldd, nho,arrived here, la-l i tck where the Rev. Mr, Kldd ha., it- ccptfdMbe pastorate of the First Fiesbyterinn Church, were complimented! last night when members of the> Woman's Auxiliary of the church'entertained with a reception at'.thetchiireh. Afore, than 100 members of Die church' and - their friends attended the affair,-; which was held in the social rooiraibr the, building. .-Guests were-grcit'ed by the elders of tlie church and their wives, who were 1 , in the' receiving-line with the honor. These included (ft; and Mrs. Roy Walton, Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Vail, Mr. and Mrs. Uo:is Stevens, Mrs. • T. J. Mahnn, Mrs. Zal B. Harrison, Mrs. Ray Worth- iiigton' arid, the Rev. 'Mr. nnd Mrs. The entertaining rooms were effectively '''decorated with 1 .floor 1 boskets of;iris,'m j qck"brahge and peonies, wliiie/.smaller,,; of other Spring- flowers-'we're -used throughout the rogins. *;'•-; . Punch-and.--!ndlvidual cakes were linn read the rites. The bride, who was given In served ;: from': the ^"refreshment table, which was'cchtered with a tewl of roses,-Iris,'and daisies, tihd lighted by 5lcn'der>p!nk; candies 'in crystal holders;.- ••, . . •/'• Refreshmei)ts.-.v,'ere,served by a group ofyOuhg'girls of the church, Including JJlss. Jan'e McAdan'.5,,Mrs. J. P. Pride Jr., Miss Sarah Grace Joyner, Miss'Nancy. McQIll, Miss Amelia Saltba;Miss Juanlta McMullin and Miss Frances Sue Bright. A musical program arranged bj Mrs R G Allen was glsen during the evening including tuo duets by Mrs Ge^ge Lee and Miss Carolyn Haley ifoompanled bs Miss Ann Dean, a vocal solo by Mrs. James C. Shoup tccompanied by Mrs P B Joiner, and a duet, b> Mrs Worth Holder and^ Noble Gill, accom panicd by_Mtss Sarber rii dual number »as an ensemble bj the choir'—• < Mrs. J.Tf Pride Sr., .was in charge ;if the reJfcements assisted by Mrs \ F Dietrich lyfis L D Chain Mill Mrs K A Hftle' Mrs W A Dobyns Mrs F A Rice Mrs b E Vail and Mrs L B Harlzog Mrs Walter, Pas was chairman of the decorating committee assisted ]j\ Mrs G W Dillahunty Mrs Au bre\ Conv,ayj Mrs C M Gray Mrs Ross Stevens, Mrs Jesse M White Mrs K B Wiser, Mrs Roy Walton and Mrs.'B. F.-Klrshner, while the refreshment tabje was arranged b> Mrs Vernon Thomasson Mrs By ron Morse and Mrs H H Houchlns Those assisting hi entertaining the guests during tr-e evening were Mrs B J Allen Mrs Dixie Craw ford Mrs W C Gates Mrs F D Underwood Mrs John McGlll and Mrs. Malcolm.Greenway Guests' Included .Mrs. DlcltsW.ebV ol Mobue Ala, and Mrs Robett t Lee King both former members o the church .who tire now v.vlslttn here and the Re\ and Mrs E C Brown, and'thc-Rev/innd Mrs. R. c .•Baird. • • • {can NolancS'Is Biicie Of Phillip C: Biship The mirrlage^of Miss Jcfln Noland, daughtef of Mrs T E Noland of Lafayette, La , to Phillip C Biship, son of'Mr and Mrs Algle J Biship of Blyfhevflte, was solemnized Sundaj afternoon, 2-30 oclock at St 'Jolin's Cathedral In I-isfnyett" The Rev J A aremll- inarrlage by her uncle, Dr. Paul Salles of Lafayette, wore a tailored two-piece suit of powder blue crepe, trimmed with touches of white. Her accessories were of white, and she wore a short white veil. Her only ornament was an heirloom brooch, and her. corsage was or rosebuds. Mr. and Mrs. Biship left Immediately following the ceremony for a brief wedding (rip to New Orleans. They' arrived there Wednesday morning for a visit with Mrs, Biship and other relatives before Mr. BLshtp, who Is In the Navy, reports to Great Lakes NavalTraln- Ing Station, Great Lakes, 111., for further assignment. His bride plans to remain here with Mrs. Biship until her husband receives his orders. Mrs, Algle Biship attended the wedding ceremony In Lafayette. • • + Mrs. Clierry Is Hostess Mrs. J. Louis Cherry was hostess to members of the Mid-week Club and two guests, Mrs. Loy* Welch and Mrs. J. H. Elklns, wlien she entertained yesterday with a bridge luncheon at her home on West Main. A two course luncheon was served at small tnblcs arranged in the living room, which was gay with peonies and oilier flowers gathered from the hostess's garden. In the bridge games played during the afternoon, Mrs. W. L. Horner received high score.prize among 'ub members, and :Mrs. Welch, Igh guest prize, . * • • bridal .Couple Honored • ""ollowing Arrival Here , Mrs.: Elmer Untlsey . enlertnliieil Vcdnesda v noon with a luncheon nrty in special compliment to her push), Phillip C. Bishlp and his i-lde, the former Miss Jinn Nokml f lafayette, Ind., who arrived In Blythevllle Hint Morning for n visit Vila his mother, Mrs. Algle J, Biship.: The 10 guests, all members .of he Immediate family, .were served u the luncheon table, which was entered with an arrangement of nixed Spring (lowers. The mnrrlnge of Mr. and Mrs. llship was solemnized Sunny af- ernoon in Ltifnyette, la. ' '• • « : ' Mother's Day Program banned For Baptists A Mpther's Day program with special music for the morning service to be held Sunday morning at Calvary Baptist Cliurch was planned In a-meeting of the Y. W. A. of the church held Monday night. As this is Y. W. A. Focus Week, the program was planned around this theme. • A'.corsage'will be•presented to the oldest mother present'at Lhe services Snndny morning. * * * Club, Guest Entertained : Spring flowers <lecorat«rt the O. Baptist Seniors Honored At 'Life's Highway' Party The Young People's Department oj the First Baptist church entertained the Baptist Seniors with a breakfast al the church this monj- Ing. Those of the faculty present IWP: W. B. Nicholson, Miss Rosa Hardy, Miss Etfle IJK Terrell, Mrs. Lloyd SUckmoh, Mrs. Miclen Coleman and Miss Luna wllhclm and Miss Fiances Bowen, sponsors. Phillip Deer, superintendent of the Sunday School, was also present. The theme of the breakfast was "Life's Highway", and this was carried out In the decorations and program, The table was decorated as a tree- lined highway, down which traffic was directed by soldiers In uniform', Knnd-madc programs carrying out tills theme marked the places of Hie guests, and also handmade dolls dressed as seniors In caps and gowns. The program was as follows: Invocation, the Rev. J. G. Cothntn; Introducing workers on' the highway, Mrs. W. M. Williams; prophecies of the class were by Miss Pearl Lee, dressed as a fortune teller; Mrs. .Russell Pnrr conducted n tiulz on the primer dress for highway travel; special music by. the Rev. Gale Dunn and Mrs, Murray Smart and a talk, "Youth on Life's Highway," by the Eev. E. G. Drown. Olmrles Ray Ncwcomb, superintendent of the Young.People's Department, served as toastmaster. Those assisting In serving were: Mrs. W. M. Wllllnms, Mrs. E. C. Brown, Mrs. Harvln Crlttendeii, Mrs. • Charles ?enn, Mrs. Rosco Crafton, Mrs. Russell Fair, Mrs. 0. W. Affltck and Miss Pearl Lee. • ' . * * • • Christening Tea, Given or Anne Cecilia Roberts Anne Cecilia Roberts, 10-weeks- old daughter of :Tcch. Sergt. and Mrs. Jnmivi O. (Babs) Roberts, was lonored at a christening lea given Sunday afternoon'at the home of her grandparents, Mr..ami Mrs. Doyle L. Buckles In Tuscaloosa, Ala. Her father, who Is with the 20th Armored Division nt Cnmi) 3nmpbell, Ky.v came on furlough !o attend Die christening riles, performed by Father M. Mulvoy. The' entertaining rooms of the home were, effectively arrange'l with white roses, white carnation: and daisies, and a miniature cradle filled with while blossoms formed the centerpiece for tlie.tea table. Punch flixl Individual • cukes iectl with the baby's initials were served. Friendly Seven Club Organized Yesterday A group of Blythcvllle women have organized a new club to rneel each Wednesday afternoon for an Informal aflorhooh of cards, choosing the name, "Friendly Seven Club", for tile club. Mrs, Eugene Brown entertained the group yesterday afternoon at her home on West Ash for tliclr first meeting, when the afternoon wns si>cnt at card games, before the hostess served a dessert course. Ro.sea and peonies decorated the entertaining rooms of the Brown liome. Members of the club, in addition to Mrs. Brown, are Mrs. Dan Ipcl- wards, Mrs. Jimmy Terrell, Mrs. S. F. Hill, Mrs. T. H. Ualfleld, and Mrs. Clara Perry, with the seventh member to he luiiiounced at next week's meeting. Mrs. Ross Moore wns n visitor nt yesterday's party. Bitfpf Personal W. McCntchen home Wednesday afternoon when Mrs. McCutchcn entertained members of the Town and Country Club and one guest. Mrs. G. E. Keck for an afternoon of bridge. .Mrs. McCntclien had high score and Mrs. c. C. Lnngslon received second high, with defense stamps awarded .us prizes. ' ' Godparents tor the baby arc Mrs Dick Roberts of lilytlievllle. and Pvt. Richard Roberts of Scott Field III. « * • Entertains Contract Club Mrs. Marvin Robinson was a guest of Mrs. R. L. Banister yesterday af- ternooh wheri she entertained mom- bcrs of the Thursday Contract Clul at her-home. Roses and peonies were arrangct throughout the entertaining rooms Mrs. G. G. Caudill received high score prize and Mrs. Robinson second high in Inn bridge games plaj'cd during the afternoon. Light refreshments were .served. Mr. and Mrs. Lcroy Huddleston ana daughter, Martha, left this afternoon for Shreveport, Ln., where hey will visit Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Hall and daughter. Llbuy. Mr. nnd Mrs. w. L. Homer ant: ion, Jack, will spend the weekenc !n ' Whenlley, Ark., .as guests a Mrs. Homer's mother, and othei 'elnllves. Mr. and Mrs. II. E. Phillips o Jonesboro have returned home afle > brief visit with his aunts, Mrs if. O. Wlckliam nnd Miss Bess Hall Mrs, Victor Stilwcll and her infant, son, Philip Ray, returned Wednesday night from Memphis - Bap list, Hospital where the baby underwent a major operation thvei weeks ago. His condition now I: satisfactory. Miss Marilyn Jones Is seriously 11 nt the Memphis Baptist Hospita where she underwent nn emergency appendectomy yesterday. Her par enls, Mr. nnd Mrs. E. H. Jones, arc wltii her. Mrs. Lafeni Davis of San Fran Cisco, is spending the week here a, the guest of friends aiiM relatives Mrs. Diwls Is the former Mis. Blanche Morris of Blylbevillc. Miss Betty McCutchen returnd Wednesday from Miami Beach. Fla where she spent the Winter months She was accompanied home by Mis Cecelia Dunlap of Miami Beach an Waynesboro, N. c., \v;io will spen a week here with Miss McCulchei and her parents, Mr. au<l Mrs 6 W. McCutchcn. Mrs. Russell Barham, the Rev. an Mrs. R. S. Baird and their iiif-wi daughter, Beth,'' returned Tiiesdn night from Memphis where they-at tended a Brotherhood Convocatlo of Christian Churches held nl Lin clcn Avenue Church.-' Council To Meet The city council will meet lonlglit at 1:30 for the regular monthly session, which was postponed from Mrs. C. H. V/atts Dies Services for Mrs. C. H. Watts o Tupelo, Miss., mother of Mrs. M. K Francis of Blythevllle, were held i 3 o'clock this afternoon at Brewe Miss., Baptist Church. Burial wn mnde at Shannon, Miss. Surviving in addition to Mr: Francis are her husband, four soi r i«l»t V Q F -K . , • " ' "*'"•" "" J ijv;>vijuiu:u nviiu ruiui;ia ;uu nui nuso; ^ugut retrcshmenls were served, last Tuesday tor Inck of .a quorum. | and three daughters. v'esper.-Service ?lahri£cj Sunday At First Baptist A special Vesper Service will be :lven Sunday night, 1:45 o'clock, it First Diiptlsl Church, replacing he usual Sunday evening" service. Appearing on the program will he nemljcrs of the high school glee club under the direction of Miss Carolyn Haley, with Miss Ann Denn serving as accompanist, while lie prelude will be given by Mm. Wailing Probe Murray Smart, The program 1 t.i be presented Is as follows: Prelude, Mrs. Murray Smart; Evening's Pastoral, Shaw, by mixed chorus; All Through :he night, a Welsh air, by the boys chorus; Ava Maiia. Schubert, Heliua Johnson; The Lord's Prayer, Wchlfcil by members of the girls' chorus; Teach Me to Pray. Ambrose, by Jean Moore; Offertory, Romance, Liszt, by Mrs. Murray Smart; All in the April Evening, Robert 1 '/))); by mixed chorus; King Ever Glorious, Stalncr, by Virginia Moreland; I Will Extol Thee, Whol- flcld, by members of the girls' chorti.s; Hallelujah Chorus, Handel, by mixed chorus; Postlude, Rinck. by Mrs. Murray Smart. Members of Ihe glee club who will take part are Evelyn Ashley, Mary Sue Berryman, Martha Hunch, Vivian Flogg, Ruth Gray, Margaret Holt, Gertrude Hoover, Helma Johnsen, Jfmmle Million^ Jean Moore, Peggy McMullln! Becky McCall, Mary Pafford. Iva Seay, Frances Shouse, Virginia Row Smith, Wilma Stone, .Blllle Joe Taylor, Evelyn Wheat, Blllie" Faye White, Pandora WliHworth, Virginia: Moreland and Patricia Brewer, sopranos. , Jane Borowsky, Martha Lo U Drown. Joyce Damon, Marilyn Dean. Mary Lou Joyner, -Crete Mcody, Lcarah McGce, Earllnc Sullivan, Virginia Swearlngeii, Julia Woodson and Betty Rodgers, altos. Fulton Ellis, Jimmy Puniell, Oswald Hainey, Harry Curler Parr, Jerome Gray, Charles Hudson, Joe Hester, Burlon . Hempton. bases, and Jere Reed. Oscar Elliott, Billy Meek, Neil Mlwll, Robert Purtle and Martin Whitworlh, tettors. The public is Invited to attend tills service, the Rev. E. C. Brown, pastor of the church, announced today. Mayor Proclaims First Aid Week Here May 21-27 Mayor E. B. Jackson announced Breath of Life On plastic model of human body, Nnrsc Evelyn Watson demonstrates new probe for locating particles of steel Imbedded in ilesh. instrument, first shown at Medical Society meeting in New York, contains siren which wails when melal-is located in'body. Oklahoma's Quota Raised OKLAHOMA CHY- tUP)—Okla- homa's fifth war loan drive quota was recently announced at $108,000,000, or 20 per cent more than was assigned the state during the fourth loan drive last February. StJose ASPIRIN WORLD'S LARGEST SELLER AT Aurex Offers A New Service To The Hard of Hearing and Users of Hearing Aids Anrcx announces the opening; of their new office, '{giving complcle Service, FREE Audiometer test, and .Demonstration of the New AUREX VACUUM -HEARING AID approved by American Medical Assn. -..Ratlories and Repairs for all makes of hearing aides. 204 Ingram Bldg. :y- „ , ^ain'at First St.—Second Floor '•A' Mrs. Gladys Barham Tant, Consultant BLYTHEVILLE, ARK. Office Hours 3 A.M. to. 5 P.M. Daily Mai! Coupon for Aurex Booklet on Heller Hearing— 1 Name Address City State Chas. S. Lemons "Home Furnishings .Moderately Priced" CORRECTION: This mirror, through error, was priced at 49.50 in our advertisement of May 10th. The item should have read: This Beautiful Gold Frame, Reveled Edge Plate Glass Miror is 40 x 30 , inches in size. The overall size is 46 x 36 inches. It has been received <;bjrour customers as the best \alue they., hnve found. You ^have doubtless \\anted just such a mirror. Priced right at ... , cui;i> uu $65 For the Prettiest ROSE ol All! Telegraph Orders Given Immediate Attention! Sunday, May 14th—Remember Mother With Flowers! Flowers arc as imporlatit to Mother's Day as a gayly lighted tree is to Christmas! Remember your Mother! Choose from otu- fresh new stocks of cut-flowers aml.poltjd plants . , . Corsages especially designed for Mother ! * . i The For Best Selection—Place Orders Early Flower Shot) i _-.„__ •" Hotel Glencoe Bldg. Member F. T. D. Phone .191—Kites 2747 today thnt the week of May 21 to May 27 will be observed In .Blythc- vllle as National First Aid'\ytel?. Ov '' Trje Mayor, pdlnting oiit-.uQiuE.^ the knowledge of'first ale; prlncU' . pies and methods is essential. lii. ,' emergencies and serves to relieve' and minimize human suffering and to save life, dedicated that ;week to an Increased knowledge of mid better preparation 1 for first aid treatment. , Girl Scout life-saving training ot Mrs. Davis Evans of Chicago, saved life of her 15-months-old daughter, Margaret, with whom she is piclurqcJ. Baby was choking with convulsions, and Mrs, Evans breathed into her moulh until inhalalor squad arrived. ROXY Matinees Sat. & Sun. Only Optnj etch night G.-30; S(«rts «:49 Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. »nrt San. Bargain Night Every Night Ewepl Saturday. No paueJ honored on Sunday at the Boxy. Mothers Day Program Planned At USO Center Cakes, pies and sandwiches, prepared by Blythevllle mothers whose soas arc In the service, will bs served Blytheville Army Air Field soldiers who attend the informal Mother's Day observance at the .USO Sunday afternoon from 3 o'clock until 5 o'clock. ' Sunday's affair will give many Blytheville mothers, who have not visited the USO, an opportunity to look over the building and Us facilities (or Interlalnlng boys In the service, G. W. Danlelsoii, USO director, pointed out. Corks wrapped In a good grade of wax paper can be made nearly acid-proof. .. , Last Time Today- 'Henry Aidrich Haunts a House' ivlfli Jimmy Lvdnii and Clwrlcs Smith Selected Short Subjects Silt unlay GUN LAW! Cowboy raiders avenge i the crimes of a power- mad outlaw gang! MARGARET'S , BEAUTY SOOP 101 B. 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