The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 26, 1944 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, May 26, 1944
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'. FRIDAY, MAY-20, 1944 BLYTHEVILLE- (ARK.); COURIER MEWS Mrs. David Mill Felccl ,|y Mrs. C. C. Langslon Mis. C. C. Langston was hostess to members of the Friday Umcheon Club Titositiiy of this week, entertaining the group in special compliment to Mrs. David Hill of Davenport, Town, who was the houscgucsl Hill j'' sisU '' 1 ' 1 "-' 1 ' 1 "'. Ml ' s - James Luncheon was served at the (lining table, which was centered with an arrangement of Spring llowcis During the afternoon, bridge was played, with high score won by MIS Edwin Robinson, and second high by Mrs. James Hill Jr. Mrs. David Hill also was presented with a gift from her hostess. Guests for the afternoon in addition to club members, were Mrs. Lov Welch and Mrs. Edith McG'ool. * « • Club, Guest Iintertaincd Mrs. P. E. Black was » guest of Mrs. Harry W. llaines yesterday when she was hostess to members of the Mid Week Club at tier home on Chiekasawba Avenue. Daisies, cornflower and roses .decorated the entertaining rooms of the house, and formed a ecn- lerpiece for the,dining table where the guests were seated for a two- course luncheon. Mrs. Halites had high score for the afternoon bridge games. * « • Womans Club Members Entertained At Luncheon Mrs. James Hill jr., entertained members of the Woman's Club at Al 1 ° l|;Iock 'unchcon yesterday af- fP/.-nc.'m at her home for the final meeting of the season. Luncheon was served from a lace dniucd 'table, which had a bowl of Spring .blossoms as a centerpiece, with other bouquets arranged throughout the entertaining rooms. Following liiiicheon, Mrs.'C. O. Redman, retiring president, presided 1 over the business meeting, when members voted to contribute $50 to the Blylhevillc Playground Association, and to buy another $100 War Bond for the club. A letter of thanks from the Arkansas Crippled Children's "Association was read, thanking the club for a donation made to that organization. At the close of the meeting, Mrs. C. C. Redman was presented with a gift from club members iu appreciation of her work as president of the club for the past four years. * * » Surprise Shower Is Given i Mrs. Thomas E. Tinker was complimented lust night wlwii Mrs. Russell Baugli and Miss Marguerite Graham entertained at the Graham home, with a surprise shower. The entertaining rooms of the house were decorated with mixed garden'flowers. .' (jjllaines-'nnd' contests were played 1C? several hours before a salad course and iced drinks were served. Junior High Graduate. Complimented At Party Mrs. F. W. Tatum entertained with a lawn party last night at her home on Highway 61 North, in compliment to June Buchanan, who graduated from junior high school in exercises held late yesterday afternoon at the school, The 30 guests spent several houra playing games on the Ip.wn. Refreshment'; of assorted party food and Icctt drinks were servjJ. Patriotic Trio Flags of the Allied nations arc lined up row upon row' to make the striking print blouse of this New York designed ensemble that patriotically fills a number • of wardrobe requirements. Both the bright red wool slip-over and skirt go strikingly with many other separates, ami the blouse is as effective with a long dinner skirt its it is with lounging slacks. Contract Club Meets Mrs. Cornelius Modinger and Mrs. Marvin Robinson played bridge with members of the Thursday Contract Club when they met yesterday nfternoon with Mrs. Henry Humphreys at her home on Main Street. The living room was attractively decorated with Spring . flowers. Mrs. F. B. Joyncr had high score for the afternoon, and the hostess served iced drinks. G.N.B. Club Has Party ' Mrs. Byron Nail was hostess to members of the O. N. B. Glut) and one guest. Mrs. Norvitle Humphrey, when she cnlcrlalncd the group at her home last night. Bunco was played during the evening, with high score won by Mrs. J. P. Nolen. bunco by Mrs. H. C. Blankenship and low by Mrs. John Tyrone. A dessert course was served. Bits of News Mostly Personal Sunset Crater National Momi- iciit, Arizona, was visited by 11,888 persons during 1940. The barometz, a plant that grows ii Asia, once was thought to be mlf animal and half plant. Until as !ate as 1842 Lower Cali- : ornia -was thought to be an Island 'nstcad of a peninsula. ' London's posloffice directory con- iaiiis many odd and amusing :iames, as Champagne, Butter, Cheese, -Mutton, Fullilovc. The Rev. nnd Mrs. D. O, Hindman imtl (liiuglilcr, Mfti-llynii, left todny for Wilmore, Ky., where their daughter, Miss Elolsc Illndmnn Is attending Asbiny College. Miss Mnrilynn Jones relumed yesterday from Memphis Baptist Hospital where she recently underwent nil appendectomy. Her pnr- ents, Mr. and Mrs, E. R. Jones motored down for her. Miss Mnryurcl Tnschnei- left ycs- terdny morning for Heleim, Ark,, where sh e will visit her sister, Mrs. C. M. Chant, who Is ill. From Helena, Miss Tnsclmcr plans to go to Little Rock to ntlcnd the graduation exercises for her niece, Mis.* Mary Alice Knetcr, who is a sill- dent at St. Mary's Academy. 1 Mrs. W. M. earner from Ottawa. 111., and Mrs. E. Fail-head of Chicago, nrc Die guests of their sister, Mrs. Harry Taylor' nnd Mr. Taylor. Mrs. E. E. HKlgc of Blloxl, Miss., who hus been a patient at Memphis Methodist Hospital for the past several weeks, has arrived for an Indefinite visit with her riaui'h- ter, Mrs. J. c. Ellis and Mr. Kills at tliclr home nl, Bnrficld. Mrs Hedge's condition Is slightly improved. • Lieut, and Mrs. Bryant E. Hill and son, Kenneth, of Hallle.sbin-g Miss., left yesterday after a week's visit here with Mr. nnd Mrs Harrj Taylor. Mrs. Charles Lutes, who Is undergoing trciitmcnt nl Walls Hospital was improved this morning. Ltcul. and Mrs. Marvin Sanderson of Port Bliss. Ky., am! his sister Mrs. King Sclnnid of SUittgurl Ark., have left after a brief visit here with Lieutenant Sanderson's aunt, Mrs. Ira Koonce nnd Mr Konncc nt, Ihclr home on Highway 01 South, and with other relatives While here Lieutenant Sanderson visited with friends In Luxora, where he formerly was athletic coach. Mrs Sanderson is the former 1 * Miss Billie Payne. Mrs. w. P. On- returned yesterday from New Orleans where she wns called by the death of her sister Mrs. Charles J. Ball. Mrs. Orr wns in New Orleans for 10 days. Lieut, and Mrs. Glen B. Johnson who have been untieing their home, at Miami 'Beach, Pla., have been transferred to Columbus, O., where Lieutenant Johnson is allemlmg an Air Forces Training School. He returned recently from several months overseas combat service. Mrs. Fannie -Jackson, who spent, UiCj Winter, .JiiontliS; horc^wlthi, her daughter, Mrs; i-cndeimfc XFowler nnd Mr. Fowler, has gone to Oklahoma City, Okla., for n visit with another daughter. Airs. Eva Wheeler. She was accompanied to Oklahoma City by Mis. Fowler, who now has returned home. Mrs. Rupert. Crafton and three children, Susan, Rupert Martin and Pamela, accompanied by her moth- MARGARET'S BEAUTY «HOP 1M B. Pint Phone 2532 Bring Us Your Beauty Problems Evening! By Appointment THE OLD JUDGE SAYS.,, '"Difl you hear that Tom is going to be inducted into the Army next week. Judge?" "Yes, Frank told me this morning down <it tlio baibef shop. Our town's got a lot of men in the service now, Jim. in fact, all lo\vns have. I was just reading in the paper where there are more titan 10,000,000 men away from their homes in the armed forces. And, from all reports, they're doing a grand job bringing victory closcr^cvcry day. "\Ve folks at home have a mighty big obligation to those 10,000,000 fighting men. We've got lo^producc (he food to keep them • well fed. We've got to keep them supplied with the ammunition and equipment they need to finish their job. We've got to help the Government pay for all these supplies .our men need by buying more and more War Bonds. We'll have another big chance to do that by helping to put the 5lh War Loan drive over the top, Jim. ''And, in addition, we must be sure that, while they're away and can't express their opinions, we don't go votingon and deciding any things that 'will displease them when ' they come back." i er, Mrs. Tom V. Mnrthi of Dell, left tills murjiliii; for Wellington, D. C., uiul Amniiwlls, Md., where they will be the guests of Lieut, ami Mrs. John Ix>y llishup. Mrs. Bishop is the former Miss Virginia Martin. Mrs. \v. J. nud Mrs. Chnrlcs Hose nrc spending several days hi Memphis. Mnry Ann I'm-Rs, du.iuliU-r o[ Mr. nml Airs, MHX I'arks, who wns stricken suddenly ill yeslcrdnv morning, was slightly lmi>rovcii today She Is nt (lie I'm-ks home on Missouri Avenue, Among Ulythevllle people utlciul- 1"(! the Junior Clininber of Commerce dniicu in Cnnillicrsvllle, Mo., last nlulit were Mr. nnd Mrs. Melvln IlHlscll. Mr. mid Mrs. lien Mftc White, MLss Mnry Adnli lioblnson mid Uciil, Pete IJ^rln. Mr. niul Mrs. D. K iionvk of St. Louis -niTived yes(crdn v for un In- dcfinilp visit with Iliiiir dnughler, Mrs. Fred Hullierforcl nnd family. Miss Lucllli.' Ablwll, who hus Iwcn ill nt her home on North-lllgiiwiiv 61, now Is iible to te out.',. . J. n. Stovall will return 1 \tonlKht from Little Uoek, where ' lib hits been ntloiiiling to Ijiislness for two dnys. Corp. nnd Mrs. I,. E. Gordon nre If Takes Pluck Hi ty Cenfi n. Int. (USMC plioto from Razor blade shortages . „„„ , bother Marine Pvl. Andy A. Pratt, Pawnee Indian, stationed -at Marine Base, San 'Diego, Calif, in photo above, he dcm- , onsli-atcs 'shiiying technique used by fclldwrtribcsmcn. He locales whisker, catches it be- Iwcen coils of small steel spring and jerks it on by the roots. ; Leader of the Fightinfi French ; forces driving' Ihrough German i resistance In llnly Is Gen. Al, phonse Juin, pictured enjoying n fiiilck sandwich stiack near Cassino. He was formerly military commander of the Algerian district of French North Africa. .spending « two-weeks fmlmigh in PurLsinoiilh. Vn., its (-nests of his iwrent.s. Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Gordon. .While nwny, Corporal nnd Mrs. Clnnlon, who Is the former Miss Amy Ruth Morris, also will visit In Hliielleld. W. Vn. nnd Norfolk. Vn. nnrbnrn Ann Cnlhoun ol Mcm- nhls Is sprndlng the week here us the suesl of her mini. Mrs. 11. !•". Klgcr nnd Mr. Klger. Miss Ccclln Wirsbn nnd Miss Ruth Porsbn, of Mont Clnlv, N, J,, nre S'lsiling here us the Biicsls of Itelr Ijmlher, Lieut. Dnvld Forshn Jr., and Mrs. Porshn. At the HonpitaU Ul.vihcvllle lltispllul Dismissed— Mrs. James Co/art nnd biiby, Mrs. M. S. Yn'lcs, city. Mrs. A. W. Kiitinpn, Osceoln. /Maria Acldlson, city. Walls Hospital Admitted— , .-; Je'.'in Annnnlrout, city. Dismissed— •Betly Sweeney, city. "John Williams, nt. 1, city. ,. i'iiiil Wendell Dledsnc. city. Admitted- Mrs, j. H. Westbrook, joiner. JVIcmphlji ll;i|,lis( Itdsullnl Ailmltlcd— .. ; jThe old Latin name for Die rcgetnble we call nti onion had the 1 come from O'BRYANT'S 6-DIAMOND DUO Msilclilng rings, each wllh C sparkling dininonds. ndlh . . . $275 Other VVcc/t/mg Sets—77.50 up Our Gift Shop is filled with literally hundreds of suggested Gifts For Brides! Gifts for the bride herself . . . gifts for licr new home! Fine china, crystal sloni- wnro, liollownrc, costume jewelry, pottery, ceramics, etc., They're all eurin-isint'ly low priced! • ' •- PaiO' Jewelry Store Church Groups To Hold Fellowship Luncheon Members of any of the I'mli'Miml ohurclu'fi o( tin; city huvu bvi>n In- vllcd to iiltpiKl HII fiiU'cxicnomliiii- llimnl Fellowship luncheon in | w held Monday nflernoon, 1 o'clock, ui Hotel Noble, It vvus imnomu-«l 'today by Mrs. J. c, Kills, who Is n Jill-tuber of the commllti'O in I'lun-gu of nrrnnuomenls for the nl|uli\ when I'ucli person attending will IK ri'.s|H)i!sll;lc for lier luncheon. Thu,meeting will b« for the rice- lion of ofllccrs lot 1 the new Council of UlKljjllan women which w«s or- Kimln><l at 11 meclInK held Miiy a at (he Kirst chilsllmi Church when rcprt'scntiitlves of w'vernl of the ]»- cul I'rolestiint churches mul t« twin ii council of church women. 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