The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 7, 1944 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, June 7, 1944
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BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK,) COURIER'.NEWS ' WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7, 1944' Club 28 A* .. Are Entertained f .Monday Many guests Ker»'included at the regular monthly "dance given lor members ot Clu5';M M°nd»y night, when Mr, andjMW, E P. Borutn, Mr. and Mrs yMeyer Graber and Mr anil Mis. R.-A Nelson enter- la m ed Jf.. ' ^ < Supper was serVe'd at>8.30 o'clock, with the clubrooms • attractively decorated with* bouquets'., of mixed Summer flower^ 1 * _i ^ , ' Guests dane«<l .uptfl^ midnight to music'of Uie ,iilck«ledeon.- Tn addition lo club members the following guests attended:. .-.Capt; and Mrs. John Devers, Lieut: and Mrs. Joe E. Beasley, Serglr. and Mrs. diaries Schmidt, Mr. »nd Mrs \y. J Wunderllch, Mr. 'fp& Mrs F E Black, Mr and Mrs John McHaney, Mr. and -Mrs. Arthur Vance, Mr. and Mrs: V.'O. Miller, Dr. -arid Mrs. Don Smith. Mr.J'and'Mrs. John Caudill Mr and Mrs J. U Gunh, \frs W J Pollard,of Detroit, Mich, and Mrs Spencer Alexander. ' * •••-> Class Party 1$ Given 4 joint Sunday School party was held Monday night at the A G Shibley home °*>> Kentucky Avenue, wheii Mrs. J. L.,NewsomVand Miss Minnie Brown's-classes rjf the First Baptist Sunday; School, entertained,.with a "Long Ears Party".'. Miss Geneva Shibley Is a member ot Mrs. Newsom's class. The Rev. William S.- Saloon of Macon.'Ga., was the only out-of- town guest, with 18 members 1 present Eich guest was presented with n set of "donkey-ears' 1 Upon arrl- vtl, and games in keeping with the animal theme were played','during the veiling, with miniature donkeys given as prizes Refreshments of animal cookies, Junco Club Has Party When Mrs. J. F. Nolefi entertftln- sl the ONE Club last night at \er home, she also was. hostess to H f d "• guests, Mrs. Paul .pllllland of Dell, anj Mrs. Oenk Riagan ice cream and served. Iced drinks' were Luncheon Given Monday Honoiing Dr., Mrs. Orr Members of the Executive Bonrd of the Woman's Auxiliary of First Presbyterian Church entertained with a luncheon Monday afternoon at the church in special 'compliment to the Rev Dr arid Mrs Hancy H Orr of Buffalo, W Va \vho have been spending severa' days here with friends The 30 guests and members of the Board were seated at a U-shaped table arranged in. the social rboh of the church. Sprays of deep green ivy, interspersed with clusters of pink rosebuds, outlined tin table, while the^centerpiece, was foimed of a low bowl of pink ro>;cs . Brief, talks were given on til I early history, of the local church during the pastorirte of the Rev Dr. Orr, were 'given by ..Mrs. Za B Harrison, Mrs Roy Walton ant Mrs C M Giay.-.while the futur \ of the church was discussed by th | R(\ Htincy T Kidd,'who recenll accepted the pastorate. Guests at the luncheon,-in add! tion to Dr and Mrs, Orr, nere the Rev Mr and Mrs Kidd Mrs Har\\ ey T Kidd Sr, of Memphis, Mrs . R S Molt, Mrs Alice Womaefc, Mrs W C Gates, Mrs D C Mc- 5 Lean, and Mrs. I). .D. Underwood. Arrangements for'the affair were made by Mrs J P Pride Sr, chairman or social activities - for; the Baby Gets Hew Dress From Pop's Old Discarded Shirts Bunco was venlng, with played during the higlv score won by Mrs. Reagan, bunco by.Mrs. Byron Vail, and low by Mrs. Harold Meek. A salad course was-served with ced drinks, i » * * « 'hebean'S. S Class Patty Given B/Mis.^J. W. Sykes Seventeen members of the Phc- iean Sunday School class of First Japlist Church attended the monthly business ntiii .social meet- ng last night at the home'of Mrf>. W. Sykes. when six visitors also were present'. These Included Mrs. Ted King, Mrs. Woodrbw Fisher of Lafayette, Ind, Mrs A E Clark, Mrs Earl McGregor, Mrs Harry Bpgan" 1 and-Mra.-R0y ;Hqad. The hu-sincis session was pre- Ided, over by Mrs.' Fletcher King, lass piesldent. i During the social 'hour games ind•' 'contests . were; played, and ate In the evening a'''.salad and lessen course was served with iced [rinks , , • • • )ouble G Club Entertained :,Two guests, 'Mrs.,; James • Lee Brooks•• and -Miss Mary Josephine Hall,,were present last nlghUwhen Mrs. j!,.Farrls McCalla enlerlslri- ed members of the/Double' G Club at her home on North Sixth. : 'High • score prize went' to Miss ary ; Spain. Usrey and second high o Miss Margaret Shaver. A'salad course was served. • * • decent Bride Is Honored At-Miscellaneous Shower Mrs. Harold C. Thompson jr., who was Miss Sue;Rlchftrdsombe- "ore.her recent mnrrlage, was coin- illmented last night when the tfisse s GeraldIne and Dorothy Ry- ee entertained with. a; mlscellim eous shower at her hpme. , Thirty guests attended the affair, which was a surprise to the guest of honor These Included two out- of-town guests, Mrs Elcue Tyrone of Slkeston, Mo.,." and Mrs. Ottls Roush-of '-• Ja'cksoh,' Term; Summer flowers were used ; to decorate ;the entertaining = rooms of the house, and games and: contests : were played throughout the evening 1 . After the bride had, openid . the miscellaneous' assortment 'of gifts, the ; hostesses served refreshments. •.* * Business Women Meet ,' : Mrs. John Tyrone entertained, members of the Business Women's Circle of First Baptist Church last EPSIK KINAItl) ' NBA-Staff Writer ;NEW YORK.-Mftking . a captivating ^rock for a child—one that launders like'• a dream • and wears like Iron—from her pop's discarded shlvt Is no trick nt all, If you'll do what-Mrs. Mabel Carlton did (see her handiwork on the child at the right) a National Sewing Contest'prlse. . What'to do? Plan to utilize the original buttons and buttonholes of the shirt,- says .Mrs. Carllon, which makes your job astonishingly easy, and settle.for an open-dbwn-lhc front classic style. Cut by a standard ptvttern'and use front of the shirt foi\ front of the dress and ditto for the back. Cut 1 sleeves from original shirt sleeves or shirt tall. Finish neck and sleeves with narrow washable bios binding. Or go fancy with ruffling, made from what's left of the shirt. Make a deep hem to allow for spurts of growth. And there you are. Hut don't stop there, If there's another discarded shirt on hand. Baby can always use another frock, and for vfiVlety, you can give this one a bnck closing—using original buttons and buttonholes — a pert little Peter Pan collar and a patch pocket, just as Mrs. Carlton did for the tot's frock at the left. To cut the dress, you reverse the when he celebrated the 30th anniversary of his ministry. While in 31ythevlllc Dr. and Mrs. Orr were .he guests of Mr. and Mrs. 8. E. Vnll and other friends. Mrs. R. ,M. Meek returned yesterday from a month's trip to Chicago, Flint, Michigan, and Detroit. While In Detroit slie was the guest of her daughter and son, Miss l.ella Beck, and Ray Beck. She al/'.i rtslted jti Louisville, Ky., and Cincinnati before returning homo. ' Mr. and Mrs. Crasvford M. Noble, who have been In Chicago for several weeks, arrived yesterday to be here with Mr. and Mrs. Samuel P. Norrls for several days. They also will spend several clays in Jonesboro before returning North for a month. i Miss Hetty Brooks Isaacs and Miss Patty Aim Green arrived yesterday from University of Arkansas, Fay- ettcvllle. to spend the Summer with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. A: Isaacs and Mr. and Mrs. Karl Green. Mrs. A. ti.. Smith, who has spent (lie Winter here witli her parents. Mr. und Mrs. F. T. Dlxou St., hat; left to join her husband, Corporal Smith, who Is stationed at Tonopah, Nov., with the Fourth Air Force, :.Mrs. W. R. Forrester and young son,- Hilly, of Jackson, Miss., arrived Monday lo spend tlie week with he ipthcr, Mrs. M. J. Parsley and fl'mlly. Mrs. F. T. Dlxon Jr., and children, 3lck and Donnii, of Memphis have een the guests of Mr, and Mrs. Dlxon Sr., for the past 10 days. They Ian to visit P/c. F. T. Dixon Jr., Ills summer at his station at San Diego, Calif., where he is serving vlth the Marines. •'Joe Uiuzcnfch, son of Mrs. Fan- lie LlntMnlch, left yesterday nfter- ioon for Stlllwnler, Okla., where lie vlll attend Oklahoma A. & M., for Ix months under the Army Spc- talizcd Training Reserve Program. He was graduated from BIythevilli' ilgh school last month. Miss Jane Thorn of Memphis has procedure used on first frock, and put the front of your pattern on the back of the shift nud the back of the pattern on the front of the shirt. Cut sleeves from shirtsleeves. Cut collar and pocket from shirt tall. Finish each with' cotton bias binding. Bits of News JIbstly; Personal Mrs. C, C. Lqnjjston, Mrs. Chnrles Langston ; aml son, Charles Ctilvln Jr., Memphis Monday, where Charles 'Jr'.,"hnd his tonsils removed, yesterday at.the. Baptist Hospital!-'•' .Mrs. Harold 6. Thompson Sr., left today for Sllomn Springs, Ark., night at her home' """ " (where she will spend a week with Miss Minnie Foster taught the Iw^huabaiul, who is an evangelist study course from the book, "The Influence of the Jews on Clvlltz- .tloh" The meeting closed with a circle if prayer, and the' guests'were lak- :n to the drug store for refrtsh- nents. Auxiliary, Mrs. L. s. Hale. Mrs ^L. "D, Chamblln, Hartzog and Mrs. E. A. Following the, luncheon, members of the Executne'iBpard held a brief business meeting," >?hen 18 -members and four visitors attended. Mrs. Zal B Harrison presided over the meet- ting tthc'i plans 5 / for sending a delegate to the 'Sufumer conference at Ferncliff near Hot .Springs, »ere voted to ..spend the discussed. Members fourth Mondaj. in each month In work on the cnurch building and grounds. ! 1 La Neuve Club Has Party I Three guests, jj Miss Jeannetta Jeanne Sebaugh, miss BUlie leg- sell and Mrs. Newell G. Jerome ucie guests ot >Irs. -William Q Boyd when she 'entertained La Neuve Club last night for an eve- mg of bndge. . '!. ' Vases of Summe> flowers were arranged in the living room. High score prife among club At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Admitted- Gordon Hammock, city. Unda Hannah, city. Dismissed— Jackie Baldrldge, city. Walls Hospital Admitted- Mrs, c. B. Blanton, city. N. E. Disniore, New Madrid, Mo. Harvey Dlsmore, city. Dismissed— Mar v ,Pankey, city. Memphis Baptist Hospital Admitted— C, C. Langston, city. R. ,"U Maxwell, Osceola. Mrs. N. S. Rossi, city. Tommy Brlst; Frenchman's Bayou. Nettie Powell, city. Memphis Methodist Hospital Admitted— Robert Earl Lynch, Osceola. Jewish Prayer Sewce Offered Here Yesterday Members of the Temple Israel, . , „ ! °cnl Jewish church, were rcpre- membcrs went to i.Mrs. W. N. sc nted at the brief prayer services there. . Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Anderson have as'.their guests their daughter, Mrs. Frank H. Ashby and her young daughter, Carol Lee. Mrs. Afchby, the former Miss Irene Anderson, and the baby have been witli Corporal Ashby; who Is stationed at Gardner Field, Tiilt, Calif,, where they plan to, return nflcr n brief visit here. Sergt. Marly Abshire of the WAVEs, who Is stationed at Chelsea, Mass., Is spending n brief furlough here with her parents, Mr. mid Mrs. E. E. Radcltffe, and her aunt, Mrs. S. P. Lee mid family. Lieut. 'Joe E. Bensley, who is stationed at Bermuda, with the Navy, Is'spending a short lenve here with Mrs. Beasley and their daughter, Molly Jo. Miss Gwendolyn Orr arrived home Monday from Dcntoii, Texas, where she has been a student at Texas State College for Women during the past school year. She will spend the Summer with her parents, Mr. txnd Mrs.:W. N. Orr, nt their home north of Yarbro. Miss Mary Lynn Jackson has arrived home from Lindenwood College, St. Charles, Mo., to spend the Summer holidays here with her parents, Mayor and Mrs. E. R. Jackson. Miss -Beverly Thomas arrived home yesterday from Bristol, Va., where she has been attending Sul- llns College tor the past school yenr She plans to spend the Summer hen with her aunt, Mrs. Warner Haw- kins and Mr. Hawkins. Enroute home, 40 girls from the college stopped over In Memphis for two days. Mrs. Ottis Roush and daughters Runda Gay and Sandra Kny, ol Jackson.- Teim.. are the guests ol her mother, Mrs. Myrtle Rylee am fsnilly. "Mrs. Elcue Tyrone and two children of Slkeston. Mo., arc visiting here as the guests of Mr. and Mrs Luther Tyrone. ! Miss Jane Cnstlio has returned hbnie after a visit of severnl daj wllii. Miss Alma' Van Hook at Mill- ps College in Jackon, Miss. Miss Mary Katherine Rose ha rived home from University of Ar- ,nsas, Fayeltevlllc, where she lias :en attending school during tri isl year. She is with her parents r. and Mrs. Charles Rose, nt Rosc- nd. Nita Rose Castllo is spending this cck In SI. Louis as the giic?t o er ntint, Mrs. L. C. McCnuslahd. The Rev. and Mrs. Thomas B. nythe Jr., are spending several in Helena ns the guests of her •ucnts, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Bookart. Mr. and Airs. Jessec StHt nre at- ndlng the Mississippi Hotel Asso- iatiou meeting this week in Biloxi, liss. Dr. and Mrs. Harvey H. Orr ave returned to their home in lUffalo. W. Va., after a week's isit' here with friends. Dr. Onas guest speaker last Sunday Ight «t First Presbyterian Church, Young and second >hlgh to Mrs Melvm Halselr, while Mrs. Jerome received high guest "prize. A dessert course was served! : Mrs. Martin Entertains' Ctub and Guests Yesterday Mrs S P. M_arUn ^entertained members of Ihe&Bi-M.'lntftly- Club yesterday afternoon'', at her home, when, in place ^the; regular afternoon party, ^sSeV.. invited ;, the group to a 1 c-ttocV-luncheon. At the, same tlme^aie" included an extra table of ^&e4t$ > ~ jirs. H H Hicks of Los Al»ia«/;'callf, Mrs! E. F. Gay of'Hfclf 'Moon, .Mrs. W. T. Oberst, Mrs; Clara Davis and Mrs Herman Cross. Luncheon was served at small tables arranged in the living room of the home, with each table centered with a tiny vase of pastel colored sweepeas. Defense stamps were awarded ns prizes in the bridge games played during the afternoon, with Mrs. A.' E. Huntley receivHntg high score and Mrs. M. G .Goodwin, second high lleve patii d uacular rheuraatlm eld yesterday neon over the local idlo station, when prayers for safety and success of our arm- d forces were offered. Because the local church is with- ut a rabbi nt this time, a lay icmbcr conducted that portion of he sen-Ice. DANCE Thursday — Friday — And Saturday Nights 9:30 to 1 O'clock In the Beautiful Blue Room of the HOTEL NOBLE 'Admission 65c'Incl, Tax Nenious,Restless 8i"CWTmHDMS''(lHlwMoiittiT U functional periodic disturbances make you leel nervous, cnnky, hlgh- etrung, tired, weak mid "dragged out" —at such times—try /amouj Lydla E. PlnXham's Vegetable Compound to re- Ueve such symptoms. Hcrc'3 a product that HBJ>& NXTUKE. 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All applications must be received or postmarked by midnight of June 14.: Application blanks may be ob- .alned by writing to the Merit Sys- lein,, Little Rock, or from any Bounty Welfare Office in the state. rowful Mother was begun last night at the Church of the Immaculate conception , and will be continued through the next eight days, It was announced today by the Rev. J. P. McDonnell, assistant pastor of the church. Services will be held nightly at 1:30 o'clock, with the public Invited to attend. Meetings Chickasawba Lodge No. 134 F. & A. M. will meet tomorrow night, 7:30 o'clock, at the hall when the first degree will be con/erred, it was announced today by Dewey Gentry, worshipful master. A men's meeting and pot-hick supper will be held tomorrow night, 8 o'clock, at the Lake Street Methodist Church, A program l s being arranged for the meeting, to which the public )s Invited, It was ait nounced today by the Rev., Bates Sturdy, pastor of the church. Coming Eventi THURSDAY Elliott Fletcher Chapter of U. D. C. meeting for luncheon, 12:30 p.m., at home of Mrs. Loy Welch. Mrs. Marvin Niinn entertaining Friday Luncheon Club. FRIDAY ' Initial club meeting with Mrs. nne-Nowbll. 400 Club meeting with Mrs! George Inle.V C. B. C. Club meeting with Mrs. . D. Smith. EVEL'VN KEYES; Finds counting calories easy. HY AUCIA HAKT NBA' Stalf Writer inSecond '£' Award .', V .CROSSETT, Ark., June 'i. (UP; -—pie sawmill division of Crossctt Lumber company of Crossett has won Us second "E" award. ' ; ; A star will''be added to the'"E" /lags .'which have been flying at Crossett since they were presented tp'.<tljjc company In .1943. And vjer- sonVwho began work in the?.luiTi- bertfliianufacturing unit' slric'e "'She', first; ceremonies will receive "E" lnpc!>plns. ., Pushing back calorie-loaded food and reaching for the nou-fatteners sire two exercises that will rarely fail a girl who wants to literally cut a figure. That's what the girls 'in Hollywood say.' the cleverest of whom know calorie charts as well as you know your ABC's, and use them as the guide to what they eat. For instance. Kvelyn Keyes—you'll see her soon In the new thriller- chiller, "Stalk the Hunter"—says she sets a daily calorie count for herself and sticks to It. By careful computing, she can get in all of the needed foods without exceeding her calorie budget. "What happens," explains Evelyn, "is you learn what a pat of "butter costs you in calories, ami settle for half a pal, when it's necessary to keep within your daily allotment. When you know that a cup of creamed and sugared coffee means 100 calories, you don't take but one for breakfast while you're on a diet. jAmazing results in building WANTED: Bring Your Leftover SOYBEANS to Us. Blyfheville Soybean Corp. 1800 West Main Phones 856-S57 PRESCRIPTIONS Fr«ahest Stock Guaranteed Best Priew Kirby Drog Stores Elmer VULCAMIZI1G Tire ft Tnte Rejwlr 0«tt<7i Belt KJU * S. 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New Location 116 N 1 sf J. T. (Charlie) Staicup . Phono Z9S3 or 2598 Guy Gean's SKATING RINK Now Open For Summer Big Tent Now Located Across From Nu-Way Laundry Afternoon and Nile Sessions Continuous Show* Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN t:M un. 12:45 p.m. . 4:58 »ja. Last Time Today 'Rookies in Burma' with Alan Carney & Wally Brown Also, Wall Disney's Cartoon Feature "VICTORY THRO AIR POWER" Thursday and Friday S,T.LOUISi;iAi* ? FR£NCISCO RY. 39 B AUDYDEVWE; FRANK PUG11A HAMSiY AMES , MBRO.fl OlSEH : 4'.'' KDRT SAKE ' Sewing Machine Operators WANTED! ARCS 57 to 40 Preferable 'Now is llic time to get employment in an essential industry that will continue after the war. Apply at the U. S. Employment Office f 118 Snulh Second SlrecVor Rice Stix Factory If you are working in essential employment do not apply. No- 3 SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS, properly designed, are remembered always. Our flowen »r» •!- wayo fresh, and all work Is guaranteed to please. Let our *xp«rt designers help you with your floral needs. SHOP F.TJ). Btrrtct W« mUrer (tl Mrs. J. M. (MM) WllUuni, *wBer Paramount News and Selected Short Subjects ROXY Matinees Sat. * Snn. Only Optus each night 6:15; starts 1 Opens Banda; 1:00; Starts 1:15 CtnUnooos Shows 8>U »nd Sun. terialu Nlghl T.itrj NIgbt Except Saturday. N* fMK* bonored on Biatoy t\ the Boxy. Last Time Today Thumbs Up 7 with Brenda Joyce & Robert Fraicr Selected Short Subject M Thursday and Friday

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