The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 17, 1944 · Page 2
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t'AGE TWO , BLYTHEVILLE (ASI?.) COURIER NEWS Officers Are Installed At Lauge PT.A. Meeting Students of the sti,tt\ grade at Lange School; -under direction of tlielr teacher, Mrs.. Lois Asbury, presented the preprint at the meeting cMhe Lange Pfirent-Te^chcf Association heW yesterday afternoon at the school. Susie, Crafton served as prof ram announcer, while the«program .vas as follows: piano solo, Tun go, Hotly Anil' Harber; stunts, Boy Scouts; duet, Mary Jo Eaton and Tommy Roljertson;' sojo, ;1n<Jlai\ Love Call, Mary Jo ' Katoh; Chinese dunce, •Mary Katharine.Martin; planp So* la, itfrirlha Lou McGregor; three selections by sixth grade chorus; piano.solo, Jackie James. Officers for the coming year, elect- ed'at'the last meeting, were installed by Miss Winnie Virgil Turner. They Included Mrs. Cody Eaton, president, Mrs. W. B. Mnyo, flrsl vice president, Mrs, George Ingrain, second vice president, Mrs. O. O. Elklns; treasurer, and Miss Betty Jane^Marthi, secretary. MrsT- Freeman Uoblnson an- nomiccd the. opening of the new canning kitchen in the N. Y. A. building directly behind the high Kcliexil building for use of women of tills connrnuilly. She: announced that anyone desiring to can fruits or vegetables should (eel free to use the.equipment p( the kitchen, where a supervisor will be on hand to assist ,lhe women with their work. Persons desiring to use the kitchen before' June. IS should call Mrs. Robipson and make an appolnt- • merit,.'it was announced." Roopi prize went to Mrs. Asbury's sixth; eracic,' whlle : Mrs. J.-M. Walls 'received the dopr'prize. : '- '\ »•'»'•• Club;, Guest Entertained Mrs. Fred Fleeman was' a gtiesl of xua. Max B. Reid yesterday afternoon, when she entertained members • pf the Tuesday Bridge Club at her home on West Main. Vnses of mixed Spring flowers decorated- the living room qf the Reid; home. Mrj.'Jesse' Taylor received high score pri?e and Mrs. W. C. Hlggln- son second, high. A sandwich plate «l(h Iced drinks was served. - . «••••»• Several Guests Attend Evening Bridge Party , Several guests were Included last night when Miss Prances Little vyas hostess to member? of the Double G Club, entertaining at her home on -West Main. ' : Deep pink peonies were n feature of the decoration of the'en- tertaining rooms, Mrs. Albert E.- Taylor received high score p'ri^c and Miss Margaret Shaver' second high in the bridge .games pliiyed during the evening, before a dessert course, was served. Guests in 'addition to clu.b members were ^Mrs. ; Toby Long, Miss Mildred Lou HubbSrd, Mrs.. Spen- cerAlexander, .am) Mrs. W.. K. Francis .of-.vPlne Bluff,'/ liouseguost, of her parents, Mr. and'.Mrs. Tom A. LittleVrMrs. Kelton Francis was a lea guest. ••••*••Officers Are Elected At Auxiliary Meeting Mrs. J. D. McDowell was reelectert as president of the Women's Auxiliary of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church' when members met Monday afternoon at the McDowell home on Highway Cl South. Other officers elected 'to serve with her were Miss lone George, vice president, Mrs. John Blythe, secretary, and Mrs R I Stpckelt,,reelec(ed treasurer. The business meeting was presided over by Mrs. McDowell, when yearly reports. were given. During the social hour a. miscellaneous shower was given for the Rev. and Mrs. Thprnns B. Smythe Jr., who' were married early this month. Mrs. J. Louis Cherry received the prize in a bridal contest which featured the social hour. Mrs. McDowell served refreshments late In-the afternoon. Beta Chi Class Honored Members of the Beta Chi Sunday School Class of First Presbyterian Church were entertained last night by Mrs, Jesse M. White, class president, when Mrs. Ben Dugg wos a guest. Roses and cornflowers decoralet) the entertaining rooms of the house. The devotional was given by Mrs. Ebb Spradley. followed by a brief business session presided over by Mrs. White. During the social hour, games were played and a Mny Queen \vns crowned In 9 mock ceremony. Games were directed by Mrs. Buford Yoimg. A dessert course was served. « « * Cemetery Association Meeting Held Yesterday Nine members of Maple Grove Cemetery Asr.Tcliilloii were entcr- tf.tned yc-sterdny afternoon at the home of Mrs. Snllle Hublcr, when Mrs. A. M. R. Branson wns co- liosi&ss. '•" ' Mrs. w. M. Crowe of Huffman, organization president, presided over the meeting, when plans for care of the cemetery during the summer monllis were discussed, Mrs. Robert E. Lee King, a member of the association who has been away for several months, was present at this meeting. The hostesses served cookies and an Iced drink. * • • Mrs. Matthews Hostess To Bridge Club Members Mrs, B. M. Matthews, entertaining Bi-Monthly Bridge Club members yesterday afternoon nt her home, also was hostess to an extra table of guests, including Mrs. A. G. Hall, Mrs. Edith McCall, Mrs. W. C. Cntes, Mrs. Edwin Robinson and Mrs. Eugene Dickinson. Roses were attractively arranged throughout the entertaining rooms of the home. Mrs. S. P. Martin wns high among club members, with Mrs. M. O. Goodwin, second high, while Mrs. Hull received high guest score. Defense stamps were presented as prizes. „ Light refreshments were served. Mi's, Ij. E. Ijfirson of Armory, Wls., Is spending two weeks here n.s the guest of Mrs. Leo Dod.son and her daughter, Mrs. A. O. S>inw. Mrs. l.nrson. and Mrs. Shaw were dayman's at University or California, where both have teen students while their husbands tire 'n service with the Navy. Elite 13, sttiffor;]. seaman 2-c, das rcturneil to Camp Peary, Vu., after spending a 10-dny leave here with Ills mother. Mrs. Elizabeth Stafford. Mr. and Mrs, George M. I/ee \Vf as (heir guests for two weeks, Mrs. W. o. Anthony Sr., and her son, VV. O. Anthony Jr., both of At the Hospitals Walts Hospital Admitted— Shirley Jo Hnynes. Aimorel. , Lula Lane, Hornersvllle, Mo. Dismissed— Mrs. Max Logon and baby, city Mrs. Bumi Campbell. Steele, Mo, Mrs. C. R. Collins, city, lllylhcville ilo.spil-.il Admitted- Louise Storey, city. Eugene Quails, city. Lonuie Lee Hudson, city. John Richard Nelson, city. Mrs. Clifford Harmon, city. T. M. Bennett, city. Mrs. Fronti Harkey. city. Donald Gentry, city. Memphis Baptist Hospital ttmil ted- Ben Butler, Osceoln. Nervoos,Restless On"C£RTWHD»'IS''OfTl«KMt!)? If lunctlonal periodic disturbances make you feel nervous, cranky, high- strung, tired, weak nnd ^dragged out" —at sucfc times-rtry famoitt Lydla E. Pinl:hara*s Vegetable Compouncf to te- lleve such symptoms. Here's a product ihat HELPS. NATURE. Also a fine sto- macftlc tontcl Follow label directions Plnkham's Coinpoxuid is iporth trying! LYDIA E. PIHKHftM'S DANCE Thursday —? Friday — And Saturday Nights 9:30 to 1 (TClock In the Beautiful Blue Room of the HOTEL NOBLE , '? • Admission 65c Incl. Tax Bits of News Mostly Personal Mtss Uetlyc Kayc Ellis, who Is employed In Memphis, arrived yesterday to spend the Summer here with her father, W, R. Ellis. Mrs. Frank Webb and Mrs, Euln ullctlgc went lo Joiicsboro this morning, having been called there by the death of Preston Hatcher, who died yesterday In Jonesboro. and whose funeral will he held there tomorrow morning. Pfc. Bobby Jordan, who has been overseas In Ihe Southwest Pacific for the post 18 monllis with the Marine Corps, arrived Oils morning to spend n 15-dtiy furlough hoc with ills parents, Mr. mid Mrs. Ru- Tus Sevler. and his aunt, Mrs. E. R. Jackson and Mr. Jackson. Judge Doyle Henderson nnd son, Charles, spent the weekend In Memphis with Mrs. Henderson, who Is recuperating at Baptist Hospital, following nn operation which she underwent last week. Her condition Is satisfactory. Mrs. W. K. Francis and son. Kavanniigh, returned this morning to their home In Fine'Bluff, after a brier visit with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Tom A. Little and family. Harry W. Hnlncs returned lust night from Ohapel Hill, N. O., where he spent several days with his son, Hairy A. Hnlnes, who Is a student there at University of North Carolina. Mrs. Charles Burns of Rochester, N. Y., Is spending several days here ns the guest of her sister-ln- Inw, Mrs. nnlpli Nichols nnd family. Miss Maxine Reid, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Max B. Reid, arrived last night [rom Columbus, Miss., where she has been attending Mississippi State College for Women. Mrs. RlcJwd Lawrence Jones, the former Mtss LaNelle Smart, who has been making her home Ui Columbus, Miss., onrj attending M.S.C.W. there while her husband Ueutennnt Jones was .stationed al Columbus Air Field, arrived last night to spend the summer here with her mother. Mrs. J. H. Smart Jr., nnd Iicr sister, Mrs. J. Mcll Brooks Jr., and family. Lieutenant Pageant.Planned At High School Tomorrow Night . 'American Democracy," a patriotic pngennt, will l» presented tomorrow night, 8 o'clock, at the high school auditorium by members OL the high school band, the glee club, :he speech class and the American History classes. Members of the faculty directing :he production are Miss EJflc Lee Terrell, chairman, Miss Carolyn Haley, Mrs. O. E. Quellnwlz and Miss Lunn Wilhclm. Oswald Ralncy will serve as master of ceremonies, Bryce Layson and diaries Stafford arc stage managers and lighting arrangements arc in charge of Hal Thompson and Roy Calvin. Speakers for the pageant Include Shirley Durham, Frances Sue nrlglit, Carolyn McLcod and George Moore, while students from all grades In high school will participate in the various pageants. The public is invited to attend the alfnir, for which there will be no admission charge. Minister Will Attend Meeting Of Presbytery The Rev. Harvey T. Kltld, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, will attend a meeting of the Arkansas Presbytery tomorrow In r.lllle Rock. Hay Worthlngton, who is employed in Little nock, also will attend the meeting as a representative of the local church, WEDNESDAY, MAY 17, 1944 Coming Event! THUHSDAY Mrs. Mclvln Halscll and Miss Patricia Wise entertaining with breakfast at Halisi;!! home honoring Miss Margaret Jane Acton, bride-elect. Mrs. Aubrey Comvay entertaining Mid-week Club. Thursday Contract Club meeting with Mrs. G. G. Caudlll. Mrs. Harold Meek entertaining G. N B. Club. Mrs. M. •Eindc entertaining C. & N. Birthday Club at Dogwood Ridge Clubhouse, 7:30 p.m. Mrs. A. G. Little entertaining Thursday Luncheon Club. Mrs. A. E. Hunllev entertaining Fortnightly Club. Dr. uncl Mrs. Qucntln Jerome of West Memphis entertaining with lehenrsnl dinner nl Hotel Noble, honoring Miss Margaret Jane Acton and Dr. flewcll Jerome, 7 p.m. FRIDAY Woman's Society of Christian Service, Flrsl Methodist Church, entertaining with banquet at the church, 0:30 p.m., complimenting Methodist Mrs. Harry Kirby nnd Mrs. L. E. Old entertaining Chapter "N" of P. E. O. Sisterhood at Kirby home, 12 o'clock neon. Jones now is on foreign duty. Mrs. Max Logan and her infant daughter, Frances Ann, have been removed from Walls Hospital to their home on West Ash Street. Mrs. C. R. Collins has been (Its missed from Walls Hospital where she h,as .been undergoing treatment or several days. 7. ' T«t ~« HEAT Sprinklo on Mtuuuum, tho (let. Costa little, and you Bavo lota in largei aiioa. Shibley's Best FLOUR —Better for all home baking—Takes less shortening, too! FREE 1944 ART CALENDARS Slop by our warehouse, .110 W. Ash St., for yours. 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