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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, May 22, 1944
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BfcYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS V : i MetHoclist Seniors Feted j' At Banquet Friday Night' f Methodist members of the- grod v-j untlng class" at BJyfheWHa high |* school, and faculty members, wera i entertained Friday night with a tj banquet, g)veri by the woman's So- clfty of Christian Sertice of First Methodist Churcli, In the. social t room of the church. The 28 guests were' received by v/r Mrs James Hill, Jr., president of J the society, and- Miss Murjorie '' Warren, who served as toastmlsl- ress, Upon arrival each guest wns given a quiz card lo fill In with 1 winners of -the contest Introduced to the dinner guests later In the / The Rev,. S. B. Wilford gave the Invocat'on, followed by a group .X singing of the song "We're Here > For Fun" Quiz contests, comic speeches by members of the class, and a song by W 'B Nicholson superintendent, weie Included on the program for the eicnlng. / The dining'table, was decorated f with red and white roses to carry out,'the' sclioolr.colors,, and placd , cards, were-handmade slates. Guests present at the banquet s included Bobby Klnklea, Calvin I .Hblliiigsv,'orlh,'.Wayne Huff.Everett Peterson , Ha! Thompson, Jane , Castlio, Margaret CrooX, June Gos- f>nell, Marj Grav, Virgltiin More— land): •Jeanne" Morris,' Mnry Kath- ermc t .Mosley.-Mr. and Mrs. Nicholson! the. Rev. arid Mrs. S. B, •Wilford; Miss Rosa 'Hardy, Miss Luna Wilhelm, Miss Effie Lee Terrell, Miss Marjorle Waircn, Wilson Henry, Miss Evelyn Parker; Mrs. James Hill Jr, and Miss Prances Reed Bbwen. • * * Graduates Are Honored , By Members of Faculty The faculty of Armorel high school entertained the six members of Ihe graduating class of that school last week with a wiener roast'at'the; home of Mrs. Alice Woniack in : Blylhevllle. Iced dunks wer»seived the gueils ns [hey arrived and games and contests were played In tlie iard of the hostess, while supper was being cooked on the' barbecue grill Following supper members of the class attended the picture show. Hostesses, for 'the evening were Mrs Wornack- MLss Marguerite Matthews, Miss Olle Rowell, Miss Bett v .Blankenship, Mrs C. S. Baggett tvjid John Mays, school pilnci- pal ., Baccalaureate Program Held At Haley Field Late Yesterday I Coming Event* TUESDAY Mrs W. C. Higglnson entertaln- 1ns Tuesday, Bridge^Club,.. Double G 'Club , meeting • with Mrs J. Earns McCalla. GNB. <club meeting with Mrs *• Byron NalU" < WEDNESDAY Mrs C J- Little entertaining Friendly Seven Club To™ and Country Club meeting with Mrs ,Fred Rutherford, Mrs Elbert Huffman entertaining A D C.^C.lutf. ', MM. ByA. Lynch entertaining Chapter "D" P.E.O. for luncheon I V m. - v Club Eight meeting with Mrs L S Benlsh. , THURSDAY. Thursday Luncheon club meeting with Mrs, Bussell Phillips. Mrs Henry, Humphreys entertaining Thursday Contract Club. Mrs James Hill Jr , entertaining Woman's Club at 1 o'clock lunch- con , Woman's Society of Christian Sen Ice, Yarbro Methodist Church meeting at church, 2 30 p m " FRIDAY C B C Club meeting with Mrs. Lendennle Fowler. •SOOTS' b J8rry HCar " entertamiil S Mrs c c Langston cntertaintng Friday Luncheon Club Woman's, Society of Christian Service. Promised Lanrj Methodist Church meeting at home of Mrs Roy,J»Iitchell, 2 30 p. in "I have chosen to use as my subject 'Spiritual Offensive" 1 , the Rev S. B. WJWbKt told his listeners late yesterday aflernooniat Haley. Flold when he delivered the baccalaureate address for. members of the graduating dtiss or Blythevlllc high' school "I have never liked the term 'defense work' or 'national'.defense' foi Uie present conflict. Successful play is offensive play, successful warfare Is offensive warfare, successful living Is offensive living." Telling his hearers Hint he would :ike to: cut a Hired-sided pattern for his message, the Rev. Mr. Wll- ford said, "The first word that I desire to sot into the focus of your thought is Work, . .Work is a word to conjure with lather than one lo sigh over or shy uway from. Work Is essential to personal inle- tratlon, it is necessary to domestic :ranqu!Uty, ami It is basic to na- lonal unity. "Wherever n human being has lOthlng to work at or on, the human energies of life seem to turn on themselves as a great destructive orce. To find one's work Is to find oneself. You will have made' n lot of progress In the right- direction f you will Incorporate Into your philosophy of; life that work Is. for he making of life, rattier Ihnn the naklng of a living. "The second word I would like to It Into the pattern of your thought s Community—1 do not, think of he n geographic unit, but ather hi terms of a spiritual' fel- o«'shl|i which comes from appreciate!-of the contribution that, those about us make to our lives. "Only a revived, sense of community can save our industrial slt- mtion. I nin Hot one of those who hinks we need a new system; but think that unless \vc come (o n better understanding and a deeper ippreciatlon of all those Involved, there is chaos nhcad, An appreciation of our fellow men across social groups as well as along social groups Is one assurance of community; and such n community will- Insure spiritual iwcr to make n. better world; "The final word In our pattern Is good, will. Good will is spiritual offensive—It is aggressive power, (or' Such spiritual offensive found in, the airrijile ; 'things of life. It is power In the inner self. Lear'n to forgive— don't'harbor hatred;'for there Is n terrific amount of hatred being generated- lodny. "Don't hate—It Is a cancer that will, quietly but surely cat- out your soul. And In order to prevent It in these days,.make your good will aggressive. ' - • " "Many of you will 1 soon be in-service, some .are already gone, and others will go before the night of graduation. But let nic remind you that you cannot, make a good'.world by, .war.- All Avar can : do 'ls>to : destroy a bad world. A good world will bp made by those who are gone and those .who, a re. here 1 as-they ; rebuild when, the:'old /Is' destroyed.' Many are dying for a new world— you will have to make It—It.wlll-'lakc work. It will take community, It win take, good will. 1 .' .The.high school band played a prelude "Pilgrim's Prayer," E. Do' Lamater,. as the audience gathered In, the stadium, while the stirring "March from Athalla", Mendelssohn, was used for (lie class processional .when the 04 members of the scnloi class, in their, caps and gowns •marched in and took their places In chairs arranged at the side of the speaker's platform. They were accompanied by liielr class sponsors, Miss Luna Wilhelm find Miss Frances Reed Bowen, : Tho Rev. Harvey T. Klcid, pastor of First Presbyterian Church, made the invocation, followed by the congregational singing o( the hymn, "Come Thou Almighty King." other numbers on the program Included "I Will; Extol'Thee" sung by members of the girls' chorus and "Hallelujah Chorus" sung by the mixed chorus. Miss Carolyn Haley served as director and Miss Ann Decii as accompanist. Tho Ijenedlctlo!! was offered by llic Rev. George W. Archer, pastor of Calvary Baptist Church, and the band played the "Pilgrim's Chorus," Wagner, ns Uie recessional. Hundreds of relatives and friends of the young graduates attended the services, which ended as the last rays or the setting sun fell across the stadium. P.E.Q. Sisterhood Entertained Friday Ten members of Chapter "N" of HID P.E.O. Sisterhood attended Uie Iuiicheon Friday noon at the Harry Klrby home when Mrs. Kirby and Mrs.-L. E. Old were co r hostesses. • A two course luncheon was served buffet style from the dining tnblc, which was centered with a crystal bowl of mixed Spring '/lowers, and smalj, tables, were arranged on the smiparch,. where (lie guests were seated. In the .absence of the president, Mrs. Murray Smart, the brief bus- ness session, was presided, over by Mis. E. K.. digger Jr., before incin- )eis went to the lied Cross band- Ke room for work during the af- .ernoon. * * * Mrs. Crafton. Entertains •>oi! Lange School Faculty The six tenchors In. Lange Scliool, Miss ' Winnie, Virgil, Turner,, city supervisor-.. of clomenlary schools, and. Mrs. Hickson, .substitute tench- cr at that school, all were compli- nented Friday, night when Mrs. Rupert, Crafton entertained them U a dinner- party, The informal party was given at -he Crafton, honie, on West Chick - asawbn, and dinner'was served on 'he sunporch of tlie home. -Colorful Spring flowers decorated .lie, entertaining rooms of the :iouso. *'''''» '*'•'' Swimming Party Is Given Mrs. P. M. Chcshier. Jr., and Mrs; Irene Davis entertained': with a swimming party. Saturday after- 10011 in special compliment to two out-of-town visitors,' Mrs. Pauline Sprndley, and Miss Mary Frances Davis, both- ot Marshall, Mich., vho aro visiting"'relatives: here tor two weeks. " The 10 guests drove to Manila for in aTternoon or swimming, followed by a picnic supper. HEADACHE c fut bwattft* If* liquid. It* UM* MnM t rKlM d«** P«W. Ui* Mir •• «r««f*d. !€(«, 30*, eOfu, ii 5ii m rra •as* AS 'MARGARET'S BEAUTY «HOP 1M 8. Ftnt Phone 2532 ' Bring Us Your Beauty Problems XnoiDt* By App«lnt»ent The Gift Shop Modem Mid AnUrjw, Gltti COSMETICS BABT GIFTS GREETING CARDS NOVELTIES ; A OUt F,»r stBB Bid*, Fh«n(i22M V, MOSS IRYAN . Don't Buy—'Another Depression' BUY-'MORE WAR BONDS' O €REATED H<J, tlh (OUitt 6 Milt. Heel A shoe deiigncd lo gi ve y ou 'He splendid service you give olhers. Perfect comfort and Kl wilt) their joft leolhers, core- fully consltucled otch supports • ••with o choict of nap or leather soles and while solid ) heels with nop loplights. When cleaning your sfWj let Idem dry on shoe Ireej. 6 ,00 Low Heel FOOTWORK \VITIIOLT KVTIGl'B May Breakfast Being. Planned Here Wednesday Blythevllle residents have come, to look forward with a great deal of anticipation to the annual May breakfast given by members of tlie Woman's Society of Christian Service of First Methodist Church. They will nol be disappointed this year, for members of the organization are busy with plans for the traditional affair to Ix? held Wednesday morning at the chinch. Breakfast will be served from C to 9:30 o'clock in the morning, with women of (he church doing both the cooking and the serving, assuring all of 11 good "home-cooked" 'meal. Mrs. James Hill Jr., president of the society, am! Mrs. W. C. Higgln- son, mo genera) chairmen for Ihe Dicakfast, Mrs. Henry Humphreys Is In charge of kitchen arrangements Mrs. Roland Green and Mrs. John Feathcrstono have charge of donations and purchases, ticket sales are being handled by Mrs, M. G. Goodwin, Mrs. Hugh Whltsilt and Mrs C.. E. Crigger Jr., have charge of the dining room, and the decorating committee Is composed of Mrs. Marcus Evi-ard and Mrs. Max H, Held. Night Bridge Club Meets Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Taylor entertained Thursday night at their homo with a,.bridge party when juests were members of a night bridge club which rneets every two weeks.' Guests In addition • to club members were Mr. and Mrs. B. L Uanlster and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Sticfimon. Spring flowers were arranged throughout the entertaining rooms Prizes were awarded Mrs. w C Higglnson and Mr. Taylor for high' score i;i (lie bridge games, A dessert course was served. * * » Aincheon To Be Held Mrs. James Hill jr. W ill entertain vlth a luncheon at her home Thursday afternoon 1 o'clock for ncmbers of the Woman's Club ' The luncheon will be the final neeting of the organization prior o suspending meetings for the Slimmer months,-. Meetings Business'mul. Professional Women's Clubs wlllv meet .tonight, 7-30 o'clock at tiome of Mrs. Cob Barnes for n lawn party. There jvill be u stated meeting of Ihe Order of the Eastern Sthivfo- norrow night,'8 o'clock,'at-'tlie\iihll. Prom 1920 to'-1041 over a' millioiv nd a Jmlf mlles'of U. S. lifBhwaj's were surfaced at a cost of'more (•"an.$40. billion. ' 'Leave It fo woman's Ingenuity ; to transfer the lowly thimble to i warplane production. Hazel For\ tordeld, worker in Douglas Air. : craft Company's Santa Monica ; plant, is; pictured" wilh thimble , screwdriver she devised becausa .; her work involved holding largo : pieces of metnl in one hand and ; awkwardly balancing screws and •! screwdriver with the other. Her 'gadget, which won a plant suggestion award, is now used ex- •' tcnsjvely .throughput the.plant' Farm Woman's Column FOR "BOILED" . .„„ ..Wlnt is true of boiled ham and boiled eggs Is also true of boiled fish—it Is more tender and dcli- oimis it not boiled but simmered .instead. Contradictory as this may sound, home economists of the U. S. Department of Agriculture explain tlie cooking principle. They say that high heat in cooking tends to toughen protein food whether it is meat, eggs or fish. Low or moderate heal, on the other hand, cooks protein tender. So when these foods cook iti water, better results are obtained from the lower hent of simmering than from Hie high heat of boiling. Ill cooking fish, simmering has niirAlicr advantage over tolling— It Is more gentle and less likely to In-oak up'the fish. Lean fish like cod or haddock is usually preferred for "boilina" to fat fish like mackerel, because lean fish Ls. less likely td break. As n further protection the fish is usually cooked in a cheesecloth bag or a wire basket. Boiled fish is more delicious If seasoning | s put in the cooking water. Salt, or salt with a little vinegar or lemon juice may be added and often also such seasonings as onion, celery, parsley, bay leaf a cp!ip! e ofv.wholo'cloves'or. a half a dozen black peppers. Tjiree pounds Pf'sO 5 ' 1 take.about 20'minutes to Wmnicr. tender. .thcn,rnay: be served likci canned ; 'sauce in- scallops or other b'alced dishes,' or cold, in salad or gelatin' molds MONDAY, MAY 22, 1044 Moke Ideal Graduation Gifts- We now have unusually complete selections of both red and black seal Victor Records. ... . Add lo your own'collee- liim now—or select an album for lhal boy or girl grail on your list! Chnose While Slocks Are Complete! WHICH OF THESE VICTOR RECORD ARTISTS ARE IN YBUS HOME? 1 ARTUR RUBINSTEIN 6 JASCHA HEIFETZ This Ercat vi olini u pi ay iBcclho llchiHlco«iky-»Con«r(oAro. ; vcn'. Concerfo ,'„ D Major in U FLtt'^Minor wilh nn fl»d London Symphony. Album M.I 80. OARfHUR FIEDtER / CcnJuclororUic Boston "PopV Orchcsun in TlchaikowsV?'* Ktcnl tSll Overturn in Viclor Rerotd Album M-S1S. <] GRACE MOORE J A favorite soprano with opera, movie, ond concert audiences, who sings rtff C/ii'amnno Af/nir (LaBolienie)nnil Depiiiatejour (Louijr>on Victor Record 171S9. 1 IEOPOLD STOKOW6KI f Mnslcr conductor who leads the Philadcjphio Orchestra in rjufcas' Tho Sorcerer's Apprentice, in Victor Record Alburn .M-717. 5 TOMMY DORSEY Sentimental Kenlleman of twingt Mario. Wra«nd5r*rC U s(are amonc the 8 pieces he playi in th Toscnnin- nnd NBC Sym. phony Orchestio. Album M-705. •T DINAH SHORE / 1-oveJy record B nd rn dio j t a r who aingi Blues in tl,a Nfght and ; Samoiimea on Uluchird Hecord B.1H30. 0 UWRENCE TIBBETT 0 FBmouibaritonewhosTng^^onff But the Lonely Heart ond Mi-sell IV/.en Younj on Victor Record 1706, . Q AlEXANDER BRA11OWSKY 0 nrillicint pionist who playi Chopin Watties. Vol>. 1 and 1, in Albums. M.&63 and M-S64. •Ift RICHARD CROOKS |U Popular Ameiiean-born tenor heard in Viclor'j popular alhucn of Stephen Foster melodies, Victor Reeord Album M-3S4, THE WORLD'S GREATEST ARTISTS ARE ON VICTOR RECORDS HARDAWAY APPLIANCE COMPANY «»sw. J ,l 0 ' H "'^«-f w ;' u "% honc20?1 Bits; of News Mostly Personal Mr. and Mrs, E. B. George and daughter, Gemlnn Ann, of Memphis, sfjeiit Hie weekend here wllli Mr, George's parents, Mr.'and Mrs M. C3corge nnd family. Miss Jettye clnlr, Huffman wlio Is attending University of Mississippi, Oxford, spent the weekend ,1161'e with her parents, Mr. and Mrjs. Alvin Huffman. Mr*. Rene George and .son Ernest, Rene, have returned from 'Elttle Rock, where they visited Private George, wlw Is stationed at Cnmn Rohlcison. Lieut, and Mrs. B. M. Peterson life Saturday night for Grand Rapids, Mich., to spend their vacation with relatives. Lieutenant Pefer.son will return (he last of the week, white Mrs. Peterson will spend two weeks with her parents Miss Betty Jean Hill, w | )0 j, n j been attending Mississippi st a t e College for Women, Columbus will arrive tomorrow lo visit her parents. Dr. and Mrs. E. V. Hill at their home at Number Nine uiitll May 31, when she will leave for New York to take voice for sly weeks. Miss-Hill has Just completed her junior ycnr nt M. -S C W Corp. Jewell Dean of' Altus' Okla., arrived yesterday morning for a three day visit here with his aunt, Mrs. W. A. SUcknwn and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Neville Blakemore spent the weekend at> Warden Mo., where they attended gtadua-'; lion exercises when Mrs. Blakc- more's son, James Arthur Frazier received his high school diploma'' Major Albert Ridings, who is stationed at Galveston, Texas, flew to Blyllicvllle yesterday for a visit of n few hours with ills parents Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Ridings. Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Roiish and family had as their weekend guests Airs. Roush's brother, Ollie Roush. Mrs. Roush and their daughter, Mis. Pat Henson, all of Eminence, Mo., his nephew, Davis Roush, Mrs. Rcush and their son, Davis Jr., all of Sikeston, Mo. and their soivOlis Roush, Mrs. Roush ami their daughters Sandra and Ronda, all of Jackson, Term. Mr and Mrs. Otis Roush and daughters also were gucsls of her mother, Mrs. Myrtle Rylee and family. Mr. and Mrs. Mason Day had as their guests today Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Schcerer of'Dextw;-Mnr: ! Pvt. and Mrs. Leonard Johnson returned last night from Memphis where they spent the weekend as guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. w. Danlelson. While there they were guests of honor at a party given Saturday night at the Collage Inn when M couples attended. Private Jolmson will return to hh station at Camp Livingston, La,, this afternoon, after spending his two weeks furl-nigh here with Mrs. Johnson and their young daughter. ' • Mr. and Mrs. James V. Oafe nnd son, James W. Gates, spent yesterday In Haytl, Mo., with Mr. Gates' mother, Mrs, stcnla'L. Gates who has been critically II) at her home there for. the past several days. Her condition yesterday was slightly Improved. Mrs. Wade Jeffries Is visiting In St. Louis as the guest of her sister, Mrs.; Adolphe Helnlcke and Mr. Helnicke: Mrs. Pauline Spradley of Marshall, Mich., is spending two weeks here as the guest of her grandmother, Mrs. Byrd Oxford. . Miss-Mary Prances Davis of Mar- 1 shall, Mich., Is the guest for two ' weeks of her parents, Mr. and Mi's. T. A. Davis, having pome at this time especially to be with, her brother, Sergl. Ralph D;wls, who is hom e on furlouglv from a camp at McrJj, d!an, Miss. Mr. and Mrs, Davis also had as their guests yesterday another daughter, Mrs. Leonard Humbert and Mr. Humbert of, Memphis, Local Gitls To Serve As A. U. Soph Counselors Miss Mary Helchel and Miss Mary Katharine Rose, students at University of Arkansas, Payetteville, have been chosen as sophomore counsel- lors for next year at the University These women are selected; for outstanding scholastic and extra cun- ilcular work and have charge o! ; the freshmen for the year. Miss Rcichel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Rcichel, and Miss Rose the daughter of Mr. and Mrs Charles Rose of Roscland, both, are members of Chi Omega social sorority. " "i At the Hospital s .. ! '.Walls Hospital Admitted/': Louise Minyard, city. A. J. Lovell, Holland, Mo. Mrs. Charlie Lutes, m. 2, city. Molly Jo Beasley, city. Paul Wendell Bledsoc Blvthe- vlllc Army. Air Field. Mary Sue Medlin, Caruthcrsville, Mo. j Dismissed— Blllle. Wicker, Manila. Mrs. Sam Guy, Lllbourn, Mo. Mrs. Frank May and baby, Roseland. Judy. Williams, Caruthersvllle Mrs. J. D, Harper, city Mrs. H. W. Wells, steele Mo BlylheviHe Hospital Admitted- Jackie Doyle McKeethen, Ca- ruthersvilte, Mo. ' Born to Corj), and Mrs. James Cozart, city, a daughter yesterday Dismissed— /Mrs. Olan Wright and twin sons city. Memphis Methodist Hospital Admitted— W, p. samse Sr., Osceola. Born to Mr. and Mrs. T. J Collins Jr., Caruthersville, Mo., a son. Between 1940 and 1942 (he number of passenger miles by intercity bus <!oubleri from 11 to 22 billions. Each piano contains about 300 pounds, of metal. SKIN ERUPTIONS WI1HW (e»t«ni»1Cy cbu,«d) ' RELIEVED ITCHING PROMOTE HEALING Ease soreness — Ijurmng with unUaRptic ttlnnk and White Oinfiucni. Use only, aa directed. Cleanse with BlackaiiJ.WhitctJkin.Voay. B LACK ^d WHITE OINTMENT YOUR DURATION DUTY- Last! - ^ Store the Whole Family's WOOLEN GARMENTS In Nu-Wa's Vaults .... A very small charge will give all your winter woolens positive protection against moths and the ravages or/lamp'surnmer heat. Let us pick them all up, dean them thoroughly, .and store them for the Summer . . . 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