The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 19, 1944 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, May 19, 1944
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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK,-) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY,. MAY 10, 1944 Miss Acton, Dr.'Jerome Complimented Last Night Dr* nnd Mrs. Quentln Jerome of Wesi Memphis entertained y.lth u. rehearsal dinner last night, 1 o'clock at Hotel Noble, complimenting Sllss Margaret Jane Acton and Dr. Newell P. ', Jerome, :whose marriage will be solemnized tonight at First' Presbyterian .Ohurch. •Hie affair, given In the Colonial' Room of the Jidtel, was attended by members of the bridal party and out-of-toAn guests heie ,for the wedding - v ,- J ,"» Quests were, seated at one .long table,' which was centered with an elaborate bridal white arrangement of gladioli «s»eetpeas, Ester Reed asters, ornlthoglnum, and Bristol fairy, Completed with bows of white •satln'rlblxm.' , ," Fo}lov.lng the three course dinner, the 18 gtiesls went to the clvurdi for Die wedding lehearsal Out-of-tov,n guests present Included Mis George Scott Puvyear of M£'rr >- t, :.;n; " B Heywood and daughter.: Miss',Ina'Jane Hey- wood'of Tulsa^Okla., Mr. and Mrs. Gordon S Wright of Cnruthersvlllc MD...G. E, ( Nelson "of-Ncw York, Dr. and Mrs. : George Cone,,and Dr. nnd Mvs: • Perils Tiii-rentlne all of Os- ceoln > •• 1 • • • Mrs. Harpole Entet tains \ Roses and daisies were arranged thioughoul Dip entertaining rooms of tlio Ben Harpol? home Wednesday afternoon' v,hen Mrs Harpolo was hostess to members of the A. D C Club and thiee guests, Miss Fiances Llttle.-Mrs -Albert K Taylor and Mrs. John Ca'udlll. Mrs. J. Farris McCalla received highi score.prize and Mrs. Caudlll second high In the bridge games played during the •.afternoon. • A dessert course was served. , » • • Final Meeting Is Held For Central'Ward P.T.A. Biidge Luncheon Given Mrs. E. R. Lancashire and Mrs. Ellen \v. Klrby, together with members of the Thursday Luncheon Club, were guests of Mrs. A. G. Little when she entertained with a bridge luncheon yesterday afternoon at her suburban home, "Palrfields." Luncheon was served al tlic dining table, centered with a low Unwl of syrlnga blossoms. Following Jtmcheon bridge was ployed, with high score prize won by Mrs. Byron Morse ^nd second high by Mrs. Lancashire. • * • Contract Club Meets Mis. Walter Baker and , Mrs, Marvin Roblnron played bridge with members of iho Thursday Contract Club yesterday afternoon when Mrs. • G. G. Caudlll entertained that group at her home. Hoses, peonies and daisies from the garden of Hie hostess decorated the living room. Prizes were received by Mrs. P. B. Joyiicr for high score nnd Mrs. H. W. Wylie for second high. Light refrc.slnncnUi were served. • • • Mrs. Hunlley Is Hostess Mrs. A. E. Htmtley was hostess o members of the Fortnightly Club yesterday afternoon • when she also Mitertained four guests, Mrs. H. ft, Brandon, Mrs. G;' G. : 'Hubbard. Mrs. A. M. Butt and Mrs. S. P. Martin Daisies, larkspur, and coreopsis were arranged throughout the entertaining rooms, while each of Die small luncheon tables was centered with a bud vase tilled with sweetheart rosebuds nnd baby brcrttli. Following luncheon bridge was played, wllh Mrs. Martin having lilgh score and Mrs. M. G. Goodwin, second high. Th' e final ^meeting qf the year for central Ward" Parent Teacher Association was held Wednesday afternoon at the school, when Mrs Charles Hlndman retiring president, presided.^ "* Rosco Crafton -was guest er for the afternoon, discussing the pioposed activities for children during the coming months. Civic leaders of Blylhevllle. are anxious to'.establish supervised playgrounds at £ ach of the three while public schools and one at the colored G.N.B; Club Entertained All member* at the O. N. B. Club attended the weekly party of that group given last night by Mrs. Harold Meek at her home. Mrs. Robert Woedman received bunco prize, Mrs. J. P. Nolcn high score, and Mr.s. H. 0. Blank- cnshlp low. A sandwich plale with iced drinks was served. Birthday Party Given Joyce Ingram celebrated her llih birthday Wednesday night when ihe enlertalned with a lawn party at Her, home at 2128 Henley Street, with 27 guests present. Games were played during the evening, with prizes awarded Oina Samples nnd Joe.Taylor. Refreshments of birthday cake and Ice cream .were served by Joyce's mother, Mrs. Opal Ayers, Bits of Rev/s Personal Club, Guest Entertained Mrs. Aubrey Comvay was hostess to members of Ihe Mid-Weck Club aud one guest, Mrs. J. H. Elklns entertaining yesterday afternoon a 1 her home on West Main. A two course luncheon was servei at small tallies arranged In tha llv IIIK room, where pink rosebuds aui other mixed Spring /lowers wer bed for decoration. In the bridge games, Mrs. Ceci Shane received defense stamps fo ' ' score. school wjth the governing body to he composed of the presidents of the \4 civic clubs of the city, in-, eluding Ihe parent-teaehei association's,, Mr. Craltonisaid ' Tlie president's message was read by Mrs R T Khshnei, and Freeman RobmsoV agricultural teacher, announced the opening of the commmiltv canning kitchen m the N Y A building directly behind the high school, where women ot this comjmmlty nine free access to tlie equipment-for conning their fruits nnd vegetables , Mi's L '• E Baker's third glade lecewed first prize In the roorr count, ana - Mrs W O Clement's second grade, second .prize *' * . * Mr$. Kirshner Honored Mrs. R. ; F. Kirshner was complimented last night when her daughter,:! Miss Nancy Klrshner, enter talned with a surprise party in lion or of henmqther's birthday. Tin affair given at the home of Mis Cecil Shane, was attended by i:' Sues is. After' the.gills brought by th guests, had been opened, quiz con tests'were played, with Mrs. H. H Houphms and Harry W. Hames re cei\ing prizes for high scores A (iessert/coursfi was served. MARGARET'S : BEAUTY SHOP 1M S. Pint 4 Phone 2532 M Bring Us Your Beauty Problems EnnJnd Bj Appointment The Gift Shop Modem and Antique Gifts COSMETICS BABY GIFTS GREETING CARDS NOVELTIES A Gift For Everybody Ingram Bldg. Phone 2254 MOSS BRYAN We Pay HIGHEST CASH PRICES For CLEAN USED CARS See Us Today! PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. Tel 453 ' Walnnt at 5th Shibley's Best FLOUR —Better for all home baking—Takes less shortening, too! FREE 1944 ART CALENDARS .... Stop by onr warehouse, " ' ' 310 W.-Ash St, tor yours. Mrs. Ross Stevens and Mrs liarlcs Ray Newcomb and (laugher, Nancy, spent Wednesday lr Memphis, wliere lliey took Nnncj o consult a specialist. Mrs. W. A. Affltck ana Mrs. John Cnudill spent today In Memphis. Mrs. C. W. Afdick returned last Ifht from Helena, where she spent cveral days with friends. Mrs. R. C. Lane left yesterday morning for Tunica, Miss,, where he will visit her son, for two weeks Miss Grace Lowcry, formerly o Blythevllle, who now makes )iei ft In Washington, D. C., Is vlsll ng here us Ihe guest -ol her bio tlicr, Earl lawery mid family. Mr. and Mrs. David B. Hill o 3avcnport, lown. arrived yesleida: nfternoon for a visit qf several day with Mr. anil's brother, Jnmes Mil Jr., and Mrs. Hill. B. Morris King of Clevelnm Miss., .was lo arrive this atternooi for a -brief visit with his siste Mrs. Sanutel p. Norrls and inmll) his mother, Mrs. Robert E. -ee Ki|ig. Upon Ills return home omorrow ho will bo accompanied y Mr. NorrLs and daughter, R«en, .'ho will Bpehd the weekend there. Mr. and Mrs, Dixie Crawford are n Hot Springs,, where they are at- cndlng the Arkansas Fire Insurance T. H. Ingrain, who lias been 111 nl ils home on South Lake for the jast two weeks, Is much improved Dickie Crawford, son of Mr. ani! VIrs. Dixie Crawford, left this after- 10011 for Wilson, where he .wll pond the weekend wllh 'his graiui- jarenU, Mr. and Mrs, W. S. Ilanle.v Mrs. Jlmmle Srnotlierman " IF ^pending two weeks In Washlng- on, D. . •astern Star Official Dies At Little Rock Services for Mrs. Gussle Bur- icllc Park, worthy grand tnulron o: ihe Order of Ihe Easlcrn Star o Arkansas, were held yesterday ii JcWIll. Mrs. Park died siicldenly ii Uttlc Rock Sntnnlay. The prominent stale club womai was well 'known among O, E. s ncnibers liere where she lind visltei •iovcral times. She had planned i visit to Blylhcville this month ii !Ine with her duties as the state' highest ranking O. E. S. officer. CAKI) OF THANKS We would like lo lake Ihls oppor Lunlty lo express our appreciation lo onr many friends for their kind ness during the long illness an death of our loved one, James A Sadler. Mrs. James A. Sadler, wlf E. V. Sadler, son Alberta, daughter. arties Given -or Pre-School Children Here Children planning to enter the first grade In any of the public schools of Blythevllle in September, were entertained yesterday af- cinoon nl the various schools when jlay parties were given for them. Twenty-one future "first-graders" attended a tea party at Central Ward School yesterday afternoon, when they were shown the books and toys with which they will work and play next year, and were taken out lo the playgrounds for a romp and a swing, Cookies were served each child. Children planning lo cnler Sud- btiry School in September- spent a happy hour playing In the playhouse which first graders this year constructed. Later the'29 children were given a tea party. Trains and airplanes constructed by children of Langc School this year were displayed to the 21 youngsters wlio attended registration day nl that school.yesterday •afternoon. Each child was given a handmade candy basket filled with Jelly Iwans. Seven children who plan to ent'er tiic llrst grade at Yarbvo school In the fall attended the tea ppiiv given In the lunchroom of UiuV school following a picture show shown by the children who atlond- cd Hie school during the past year. Eighteen Ncgz'O children planning to enter Harrison School were entertained by members of the physical fitness class of the school yesterday afternoon when lemonade and eook- Ijs were served the young regn- WanK iTliese "play parlies" are given each year in an effort to encour pgc the preschool child lo look forward to his school life ns a final Examinations Begin For High School Students Seller examlnalloai now are In progress, with the under classes to take their examinations Tuesday through Thursday of next week. All high school students will be dismissed Thursday noon and will return Friday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock for their report cards, It was announced today by Miss Rosa. Hardy, high school principal. ' Eighth grade students will receive I heir report' cards at noon Wednesday, with the graduation program to be held Thursday afternoon, 0:30 o'clock, at Haley Field. Seventh grade students will receive report cards- at the graduation exercises Thursday. They will report for regular school work Thursday morning and will be dismissed at noon that day. Elementary schools In.BlylhevIlle will close regular classes Wednesday afternoon. Thursday and Friday will be used by Ihe teachers to complete their records, aud children will call (or their report cards Friday afternoon, according to W. B. Nicholson, superintendent. MEXSANA SQOIHIM6 MEDlCATfP POWDF.P. SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS, properly designed, are remembered always. Our flowers a» always fresh, and all work Is guaranteed to please. Let our expert designers help you with your floral needs. ™lFLOW*ER SHOP r.T.D. Bcrrie* W« D*«T«r Aaywber* Fh. m MM. 1. U. (MM) WIUUuu, »ma Okncw BUf. At Lost! I CLOTHES FOR SONNY * • ' ' " ' '' ''' ...' • . .-- .•••• ; • ' •.•: ."'-- :V ; r f "••• "' •'••• Every mother knows itn«' scarce ROYS' CI-OTHKS 'are. In fact (his has been one of the mosl difficult In obtain of all civiliiin wearing apparel. Knowing this, and desiring to live up (n our record of having "hard to get" merchandise, we- have made every effort to obtain a •liulter-lhan- thc-uveragc sliick iof clothing for small'lioys... IV The Following Items Have JiM Arrived: (Sizes Range From 2 to 12 Years) One lot Stack Suits, Fine Linine Crash, Longies, Priced at $3.50 One Lot Slack Suits, Fine Linine Crash, Shorts, Priced at 2.50 One Lot Slack Suits, Beautiful Chino Fabric, Longies, Priced at 4.5U One Lot Slack' Suits, Chocolate Brown Rayon Twill, Priced at 6.75 One Lot Chino (Soft Officers Twill) Shorts, Per Pair 2.25 One Lot 'Twill Shorts < • '' : " • • ]' One Lot Twill Shorts (Raised Stripes) [• ,V . : *• One Lot Sport Shirts (Attractive Tan Plaids) ;- One Lot Khaki Sport Shirts One Lot Long Pants Sizes 6 to 1 6 . ; One Lot Long Pants Sizes 4 to 8 • One Lot Little Boys Overalls in Soft Officers Twill One Lot Little Boys Blue Unionalls One Lot Boys Better Dress Shirts Sized 6 to 14 Per Pair 1.50 Per Pair 1.00 Each 2.39 Each .98 Per Pair 2.10 Per Pair 1.50 Pair 1.59 Per Pair v ^| Each Even though this merchandise is very scarce, we have followed our usual custom of pricing it to you as low as possible. THIS MERCHANDISE WILL BE IN STOCK SATURDAY MORNING. WE OPEN AT 6:30. Don't wait. JUST A REMINDER We still have a good slock of Sheets, Pillow Cases, Pillow Tubing, Brown and Hlcachod Domestic, Feather Ticking, While Broad Cloth, Slub Hroad Cloth, Baby Diapers, and many other staples'.which, are almost unobtainable elsewhere. HARRY FRITZIUS DRY GOODS STORE 2017 W. Main Imjijiy lime, Miss Winnie Virgil Turner, city supervisor • of the elementary schools, pointed out today, At the Hospitals • Walls Hospital Admitted— Hoytt Turner. Steele, Mo. Beltv Sweeney, city. W. P. Cecil Sr,. Slcele, Mo. Dismissed— Belly Lloyd, Hornersvllle, Mo. Tom Slsson, Portagevllle, Mo. Blythevllle Hospital Admitted— A. J. Downing, city. Memphis AlethodUl Hospital Admitted- Mrs. A. H. Burch, Osceola. Far&ro News Members of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of Yarbro Methodist Church met yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. P. Willis. Tlic devotional on "fnfant Voices" was given by Mrs. W. A. Hollliigs- worlh, and a program was presented ed by Mrs. Elzlc Wheeler and Mrs. Joe Freeman, who discussed the nurseries which .have been established throughout the country under the auspices of the national organization. Mrs. Hollingsworlli dismissed the group with a prayer for the nurseries. A dessert course was .served. The next meeting will be held ni. the church on Thursday afternoon, 2:30 o'clock, for a continuation of Ihe study course under the- direction of Mrs. Nita Bunch. y MONEY CAN'T BUY ' aspiffnVfisicr"-nctin'i;.""mofo itcpomlaMo than genuine.puro SI. Joseph Asiiiriii, world's,largest seller at Wf. Vi'liy pny more? Big JOO tablet BIZO for only '•!•>(. Ill/ Continuous Shows Erery Day Bos Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO ELCN 1:00 «.m.: 12:45 p.m. . 4:S» p.m. KODAK FILMS Developed and Finished THREE DAY SfRVtCE Guaranteed Work . . . Reasonable Prices O'STEEN'S STUDIO 105 W. 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