The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 23, 1944 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, May 23, 1944
Page 2
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TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARR.) CDUltlBB. Bits of News Mostly Personal \V. B._ Nicholson's Honor HigrcSchool Principals if « •* v Supt and Mrs. \V B Nicholson 'Witertained at dinner last iilgliljfji'thf Colonial Room of Hole! Noble,,»hen their guests were the principals of Ihe city schools, Ihfc schoojpsecrelary, and the city su- pcJvjsgr bt elementary schools. The'dinner-table had as a cen- terplecfe'a crvstal bowl filled will red ^ijKfteJaiid blue floKCis Hank- cd with slender, white tapess In u > stallholders Fpliowlng^the three-course dinner, "^tbe. guesls spent an informs liour<9ln discussing plans for the Suii^nier vac&tton '.'. •. GuesU i present were illss feosa Hardy," principal of the high scr>*Sl, ( M!Ss Fffie Lee Terrell, • assistant, principal, Mrs E, F Fry, principal of Sudbury school, Mrs. E B 'Hardin, principal of Lnnge school,' Miss Monta Hughes, prln- eipil of junior high school, Miss Umore Swearingen, piinclpal ol Central Ward, Miss Minnie Foster, principal of the Yurbro school, Miss lAVimiie Virgil Turner, city sunpelvisor of the elementary scl'-jo)?, "bid Mis. J c Kimifni?- liam,,secretary to Mr Nicholson. < « • • Circle Meetings Held By First Baptist Women Members "of the Women's MIs- sionarj' Union, First Baptist Church,' met yesterday afternoon m circle groups with various members "of fhe" organization. Circle One met with Miss Cordelia Wilhlte, \ ith sl\ members and one Visitor present Mrs Farmer bngland &as ir- charge of the Bible/itudy course the devotional was gUen by Mrs R E VanHooscr, ind the closing prayei was offered bv MfS'S M. Hood Mjfs^E F Blomejer entertained si\ members of Circle T«o, ahd also taught the Bibley slutli course. Prpjeis were offered by Mrs. Charles Nencomb i\nd Mrs Marie HoltBftfr „,„,. Six members of Circle Three and one - visitor were , present al the meeting of that circle at the home of MI? J V Itemleison The cle- votlAnal was guen by Mrs To'ni Jackson, the Bible Study was taught by Mrs Harty Brooks, arid prayers were, offered by Mrs R'E BUw- loclj.and Mrs Jackson Mrs,,, c ~E ~Johbson entertained Circle Four v,hon eight members and 1 an e visitor attended Mrs T L. Cassidi nas co-hostess Mrs. Matt Monaghan gave the Bible study course and Mrs G v Daws led -lU-praser, Circle Fue met with Mrs E P. Hardin with U mehibers present Mis Walter, Bishop was in charge ot vtt>e Bible sturdy courst and Prayers were^offered b> Mrs T R Shepherd and Mrs E L Hale A social hour followed each meet- ms, when hostesses sened refreshments,. I 117 Contmnons Shows Etery Day Box Offiw Owns 1:45 , Show Starts 2:00 ' USTEN TO KLCN I W »m. U45 930. 4.; I Tuesday & Wednesday 'Selected Short Subjects ROXY BUUntes 8»t, A San. Only Optns.wch nl«ht 6:45[ «tart a 7 Opens bUd»» 1:00) start. l:ls C«itf«M« Shows Btl. »n4 8wn. N1»Jrt Every Nm Inaant on Tuesday & WeSneaiay, ; 'Gentfe iGangs'ter' T, pith Bcrton Mcleim Corp. Wanda Miears-Wcds Corp, Chiislopher Scalisi ' In an all-inllllary wedding sol- femnlied Sundav afternoon, 2 o'clock, at the post chapel at Blythevlllc Army Air Field, Corp. Wanda Mtcare of the WAG Recruiting Team now stationed In Blythevllle, became the bride of Cori>. ClirJstopher Sc.illsl of the 651st Army Ah- Forces Band at DAAK -•••>• The llcv. J. P. McDonnell, assistant pastor of Immnculnte Conccp- llon Church In Blythevllle, i>cr- formcd the ceremony in the presence of most ol Me band members. Sister Dolores o/ the Immaculate Conception School, was organist and Bergl. George U Palme, chaplain's assistant,'sang the "Ave Maria." The bride was given In mnrrlngc by Lieut. Irinii Ku;iow of Los Angeles, Calif,, her: superior officer, and was attended by Corp Lois White of Dnhilh, Minn., who served as bridesmaid. Tech. Scrgt. Pletro silvcrlo of DAAF was Corporal Scallsl's best man. Members of the bridal parly were guests at a dinner given at the home of ;pvt.. and Mrs. Anthony Onzzetta Immediately following the wedding. Afterward the bridal party and members of the band-went to Hotel Noble for a wedding reception WMl" b ' rtlldily I'^V.tor Corporal Following the party, Corporal Sca- Hsi and his brlctc left for a brief wedding trip to Memphis Christian Church Women Meet Wi'lh Mrs. Martin The Women's Council of First ODrisllnn Church, together with the Executive Board; met yesterday afternoon nt Dell with Mrs. Tom p. Martin ns hostess. The. meeting opened with the singing of the hymn, "Jesus Calls us." followed-by repetition of the Corel's Prayer., . Mrs. Riisscir Barhani gave llic devotional on "Quest for God Through Service", assisted Ijy Mrs. Paul Allen, DurluB the business meeting, preside^ over by Mrs, J. C, Fills, members voted to have the usual May breakfast for members of the church who arc Included among Hie high school graduates. The recommendation of the nominating committee that all officers be rcclecled to serve another year was accepted. These officers nrc Mrs.. Ellis, president, Mrs. B ' .F. Brogdon Jr., • ylcc president, Mi's. Russell Durham, secretary, Mrs. John C. Mcilaney, treasurer, Mrs. H. M. Beck, war call secretary, aiul Mrs. W. D. Cobb, librarian. The meeting' closed with the missionary benediction, ami refreshments were served during the social Lake Street W.&C.S.. '. Has Meeting'At Church Thirteen members of the Women's Society of Chvlstltm Service of Lake street Methodist Church met yesterday afternoon at the church. Mrs. W. L, Green, president, gave the devotional, which was closed with sentence prayers by Mrs Hales Sturdy, Mrs. George Stflwcll Mrs. George Crews, Mrs, rt H Cawley, Mrs. C. T. Shamlin and Mrs, Hilly Green. 1'lnrn were made for members of the organization lo attend the meeting next Monday at Fellow-ship Hall of-First-Christian Church of representatives of several Protest- iint churches of Die clly for the purpose or oi'ganlyJug n council of women. Mrs. nnlcs Sturdy gave a brief report on the district - conference held Mny 18 in joncsDoVo, and the group was dismissed with prayer by Mrs. C, M. Uaxler. * • • Calvary Baptists Meet The Women's Missionary Sosiety of Calvary Baptist church met last night nt the church with nine members present. 1'iaycrs-, were .offered by Mrs. naymcind Bclknap'aiul Mrs. Fate Brntton. The devotional was given by Mrs. Bclknap, who closer! her •devotional .with prayer. Members present voted to meet Wednesday afternoon with the True Light Negro Bapllst Clihrch, and next Monday night they will visit the two hospitals In Blythc- vtlle In (lie place of having their regular, meeting at the church. The meeting closed with' prayer by Mrs. William Hanna: Mr and Mrs. J. H. Humphrey and Mrs. C- M. Oliver returned last Jiiglit liom Borlrnnd, Mo,, where they were called because of the Illness ol Mrs, Humphrey's sister, Mrs. A re! i Hiill. Her condition yesterday 'was slightly Improved. Mrs. Ellis G. Snipes is a patient at Walls Hospital where she Is suffering from an Infection in her nose. Mrs. Kate . Bunch had • as her weekend guest, her nephew. Tech. Scrgt. Charles Holmes, who Is stationed at Orlando, Fin., and" «'lio flew to Memphis Saturday for a brief leave. Mrs. Buncli hml her U'o daughters, find Mr. and Mrs. Joe Estes motored Sergeant Holmes to Memphis Sunday afternoon for his return trip to Orlando. Mrs. Johnny Blackwell returned Sunday from a visit of several days with Private Blackwell, who is sta- ttoiiccl at Madison, Wis. Mrs. Dlack- wcll and her Iwo daughters are making their home here with her parents, Mr., and Mrs. Arch Lovelace, while Private Blackwell Is In service. Dick Siacy. who is attending Mlllsnps College. Jackson, Miss., under the Navy V-5 program,'spent the weekend with his father, E. A. Slncy. and Mrs. Stacy, at Dell. Mr. mid Mrs. Stacy also have as their guests for a week. Lieut, anil Mrs. Latham Stacy of Frederick. Okla. Mrs. Jack Misho and daughter, Joyce Lee,-of Flint. Mich., are here for an Indefinite visit with Mrs".' Mlsho'.s brother, J. R.'Scott ami Mre. Scott, nml Mrs. Frank 61m- oHs and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ross , D. Hughes oil today for Boonvlllc, Mo., where they will' attend.,the-'erad TtESDAY, MAY 23, 1944 exercises at Kempcr Military Academy, where their son, Ross Dillon Hughes Jr., will graduate. They will return the latter part of the week, accompanied by their son. Miss Sunshine Boyd had as her guest Sunday and yesterday, Miss Nona Dlxon of Paragould. Pfc. John McGlll left yesterday afternoon for Salt Lake City, Utah, where.he has been transferred from lampa, Fla. He arrived here Friday night to spend his brief furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. McGlll and his sister, Miss Nancy McGlll. Coming Event* WEDNESDAY Mrs. C. J. Little entertaining Friendly Seven Clul), Town and Country Club meeting with Mrs. Fred Rutherford. Mrs. Rltert Huffman enltrtnin- 1ns A.D.C. Club. Mrs. D. A. Lynch entertaining Chapter "D" P.E.O. for luncheon 1 1>. m. Club Eleht meeting with Mrs. L. s. Benlsh. I -i j • i %i rKURSDAY Thursday Luncheon club meeting with Mrs. Russell Phillips. Mrs. Henry Humphreys entertaining Thursday Contract Club. Mrs. James IIII1 Jr., entertaining Woman's Clul) at 1 o'clock luncheon. . . .. Woman's Society of Christian Service, Yarbro Methodist Church, Hireling at church, 2-.30 p. m. , Eiieelain Sunday ..School Class, First Baptist Church, meeting at home of Mrs. Roy Head, 8 p in ' FRIDAY C.B.C. Club meeting with Mrs. Lendennlc Fowler. Mrs. Jerry Hearn entertaining ; 100 Club. Mre. C. C, Langs ton entertaining Friday Luncheon Club. i Woman's Society of Christian' Service. Promised Land Methodist Church meeting at home of Mrs. "- "" ' " ":30 p. m. m m WORTHY OF THE OCCASION! BEYOND COMPARE! EXQUISITE BRIDAL DUO Impressive diamond solitaire engagement ring with •'wedding band of matching i!c- ^..Boiii... r?j™ , Po> We'ei/y '* '"" 6-DIAMOND ENSEMBLE. Two beauiifully malchcd f rings — each with 3 bril-/j « liahl diamonds. Dolh ^^.J/ 49 7"» '5 Pay Weekly **'<>/J s^. STUNNING BRIDAL SET Gorgeous diamond soli-^ * lairc engagement ring wiih matching 5-dumond wed- 1 07 '•if ding band. 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