The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 8, 1944 · Page 5
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THURSDAY, JUNES, l'J44 BIiYTlIKVILLB (ARK,), COUKLBU NEWS ^liss Haley Engaged "io J. Wilson Henry Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Car! Hnlev today announced the engagement nncl approaching mnrrlage o[ their only daughter, Miss Racliel Carolyn Haley, to J. Wilson Henry Miss Haley, who is the graml- (iiiiighlcr of the late Rev, and Mrs K J. W. Potci-s of the Memrihls Methodist Conference, was graduated from Blyilicville high school ami later allcndcd Galloway College. Senrey, Ark., and Ar'kaiisus State College, Joncsboro. For the past two years she 1ms served as English and music instructor in Blythcvillc high school, during which Mine she has led the high school band and glee clul>. She also Is director of the choir at First Methodist Church. Mr. Henry, who is the son of the lute Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Henry of Jlopkiiisville, Ky., long has been prominent in business und musical circles of Blythevillc. At the present time he is .secretary and manager of the Planters Hardware Company of Blythcvillc. Plaas for the mnrrlage, which will bo solemnized in late July will be announced later. * • • Bride-Elect Complimented At Shower Monday Night Miss Hope Whitworth and Miss Billie Damon entertained Monday night at the whfttvortli lymie in special compliment to Miss Jean Baxter whose engagement to Major Lewis J. Pntrklgc recently was an- VMIlllCCd, *.The affair, a lingerie shower mid bunco party, was attended by 12 of the bride-elect's most intimate friends. Mixed Summer flowers were used throughout the entertaining rooms, while the gifts were attractively displayed on a .lace-covered table, where a crystal bowl filled with Summer bloK-oms formed a centerpiece. In Ihe bunco games played during the evening, high score prize was won by Miss Baxter, low by Miss Whitworth, ami traveling prize by Miss Doris Muir. A salad plate with iced drinks was served. A.D.C. Club Has Party Summer flowers in colorful hues decorated the home of Mrs. C. W. Dillchunty yesterday afternoon when her daughter, Mrs. J. Karris McCalla, entertained members of the A. D. C. Club and two guests, Mrs. A..K. Taylor and Mrs. O. P. Barber High score bridge prize was received by Mrs. Ben Harpole and second high by Sirs.'Taylor. A salad course was served. Conner Club, Guests Entertained Mrs. Ross Moore and Mrs. C. J, Little were guests of Mrs. O. O. Elk Ins yesterday afternoon when she also entertained members of the Friendly Seven Club. Card games were played In the living room of the Elklns home, which was attractive with low bowls of swcctpcas. Late In the afternoon the hostess served a sandwich plate with iced drinks. • • « Miss Campbell Entertains Miss Vanita Campbell entertained the Young People's Class of the New Liberty Baptist Church with a lawn party Tuesday night at her home south of Blythevillc. Th e affair wa s given In special compliment to Miss Flora Mac Pierce, who has just returned from school nt Poc.ihoiitas, Ark,, Ensign David King. who.Is home on leave 'ram the Navy, and Booker Dixon, who will leave sometime this month for the Navy. The 25 guests spent several hours playing games and contests before the hostess served a dessert course. At (be Hospital, Walls Hospital Admitted- George Xenos, city. Andrew Jacobs, Rt. i, city, Montecn Parish, Roscland. Martha Rickctts, city. Born to the Hcv. and Mrs. F. W Nash, a son this morning. Dismissed — Brenda Lee Bailey, city. . ' Oscar Bailey Jr., city. Mrs. D. M. Beckett, Cooler, Mb. Mrs. Earl Riggs, city. Mrs. E. M. Moore, city. Blytheville llosnihil Admitted Frank Oyler, city. Dismissed— Sam Gnrrett, Rt. 3. city. JUemtlmdisl Hospital Admitted— Carolyn Robbins, Osceoln. Bits of News Mostly Personal H. E. Thompson, president of Arkansas State College at Jonesboro, mid lib father, of Mnlvcrn, Ark., spent yesterday here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Snmuel P. Morris and other friends. Albert Brackln, Bily GencHolmc s and Tommy Ray Jr., left last night for St. Louis for n week's visit with Mr. Brnekin's niece, Mrs. Taylor Adams, nncl Mrs. Vernon Merrill. Mrs. L. E. Baker and son, Larry, left yesterday for Dallas, Texas, for nn extended visit with relatives. Bernard Albert Brnckln arrived this morning from Great Lakes, III, where he lins just completed his boot training, for a visit here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Smith Brackln. Mr. Brackln, who Is a seaman 2-c, will report back lo Great Lakes in a week for reassignment. Miss Julia Llmbird had as her guests yesterday her nunt, Mrs. J. H. Cowger of Dardancllc, Ark., nnd Mrs. cowgcr's daughter, Mrs, W. A. Cominc FTvrnt* FRIDAY Initial Club meeting with Mrs. Lane Nowell. 400 Club meeting with Mrs. George Hale. O. 13. c. Club meeting with Mrs J. D. Smith. Fidelis Sunday School Class, First Baptist Church, having pot-hick supper at home ot Mrs. Chester Nabers, 8 p. m. Gosneil News Women of the Gosneil Baptist Church met Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Gladys Jones for organization of a Women's Missionary Society. The following officers will serve the organization: Mrs. Edna Karnes, president; Mrs. Ophcllu Sparks, vice president; Mrs. Gladys Jones, secretary; Mrs. Lillian Williams, treasurer; Mrs. J. W. Crawford, reporter; Mrs. Roy McKay, chairman of finances; Mrs. Miiyme Moody and Mrs. C. L. Stockton, chairmen of church bemilificatlon; Mrs. Beulah Moody, chairman of program committee. The next meeting will be held Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Lillian Williams. Walker of Russcllvllle, Ark, Billy U)t>g, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. N. Long is spending his furlough here with his parents, nfler 30 months In service, 37 of which were spent in (he South nnd Southwest Pacific ivnr zones, lit- «-llt report to Houston, Texns, on June 30. Bonnie Lymi Abshlrc, phtmn- nclsfs mute 3-c In the Nnvy, left ihls morning for her post at Chelsea Hospital, Chelsea, Muss,, after spending a brief leave here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. U. Radcliffc and her nunt, Mrs. S. I', Lee nnd family. Orvel nay, machinist's mntc 3-c In the Nnvy, left today for Sni Uicgo, cnllf., after spending a 14- day leave here with his parents Mr. nnd Mrs. Ben Ray. Miss sunshine Swift Is 111 of n throat infection at her home on I3avls Avenue. . Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Ashcrafl wll leave lonlght for Chlcngo, where Mr. Ashcrnft will consult hi; special 1st. Miss IjiFclrn May will spend the weekend here with her parents Mr and Mrs. UFnyctlc May. Miss Ma> is a student technician at Memphis Methodist Hospital. Mrs. T. G. Warlcy and children Patricia Ann nnd Dale, of Forrest City, Ark., arc visiting Mrs. WarlCy's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Waller Stiles Pvt. Maurice Sanders returned last night to Fort Bliss, Texas, aftei spending n 10-day furlough here with his wife, the former Miss Shirley Rodgers. They were the guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O J Rodgers at 101 Hast Ash. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Sanders ol Sheffield, Ala., have returned home after spending a week here with their son. Jimmy Sanders nnd family. They came up especially to be with another son, Pvt. Maurice Sanders, who ivns home on furlough from Port Bliss, Texas. Mrs. H. G. Partlow and children Nancy, Graham and Pat, arc spending this week in Paragould as the guests of Mr. Pnrtlow's parents, Mr and Mrs. H. R. Parllow. Capt. and Mrs. John R. McDonald arrived this morning from Colum- , Ohio, where he has been taking special (raining for the past two moiilhs, and where Mrs. MeUonulil joined him live weeks ago. Ciinluln McDonald will leave Sunday tor reassignment, nnd Mrs. McDonald und their Infant dnuuhlor, Sharon, win rerrmln here for the present with her _ mother, Mrs. Ivy w. Crawford. Mrs. C. c. Kingston, Mrs. Charles Langston nnd son, Charles Jr., returned this morning f lom Mcm . 1'hls, where Charles Jr., hnd his louslls mid iiilcnoluis removed at Baptist Hospital. Ills condition was very good. Mrs. Howard Moore mid diiiieh- ter, Mary Ami, of Fort Pierce I'la arrived last night for a visit of several wrc ); S wlill Dr . llll(| M| , s L H. Moore, while Lieutenant (jg) Moore Is on overseas duty. Mrs. Richard muml Logan Hr of New Orleans, Ln,, who hns boon in Memphis with her daughter-ln- . 'aw, Mrs. rtlchnrd Bland Logan .!>"•., nnd infnnt son, spent today 1 here as (he guest of Mr. mm Mis . W. McCulchen and family. Con- Meetings A special meeting of the Blytuc-l ville Chapter, or, the Royal Ardt Masons will be held tomorrow night, 7:30 o'clock', at the hall..The 1 raster's degree will be conferred it was announced by Raleigh Syi- vester. For haliy's lender skin ... for balry's silky liair ... use purr, mild Swcelltearl Soap! Such sofl, creamy lather; such gcnllcycl thorough clcansinc; such rlclicalc fr.igrancc-tlicsc are the ((ualiiics. llial make Sivectlfc.irt Soap so justly famous for precious babies. $WKTHlART TOIUT SOAP THE S.O-AP -THAT AJR t £ S WITH Y O.lt 8 :s K I H; Sewing Machine Operators WANTED! ARCS 1.7 to '10 Preferable Now is the lime lo get employment in an essential industry that will continue after tlie war. Apply nl the U. S. Employment Office 118 South Second Street, or Rice Stix Factory N3 .^ If you are working in essential employment '• do" not apply. SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS, properly designed, are remembered always. 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