The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 27, 1945 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, February 27, 1945
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, *945 Coining Events , WEDNESDAY and Country Club meet- 'g'wlth Mrs. J. C. nils. , 'Mrs.; •James H. Bell. entertaining Wednesday Bridge Club. ' j Chapter "D" of P. E. O. meeting ith Mrs. M, O, Osrey with Mrs. j R, Lancashire as cohostws, 1 p.m. ) THURSDAY SThursday, Night Brtdgs Club •leettng with Miss Nancy Klr«hner. }Jlrs. Pete Wren entertaining hursdiy Bunco Club, ' • . vOctette Lunchton Club nveting jith.Mr*. Vtarvta.Nuim. ^Mrs. Claude .-.Price entertaining iTmrsday Afternoon Club. | Mrs. Russell Phillips entertaining foursday Lunchton Club. • : I Mrs. R, U Banister entertaining Vhursfiay .Contract Club.. ', Mrs. Robert Weedman entertain- G. N. B. Club. , 'f Mrs. Herman-May entertaining initial club., .'.•... j chapter "N" of P. E. O. meeting yllh.Mrs. Elton W. Kirby, 2 p.m. !i Mrs. W. W.* Watson and Mrs.'.B, Wade entertaining Dorcas Sun- li members q[ Circle Four at her home, with llic devotional given by Mrs. c. E. Johnson, prayers by Mrs. H. H. Brooks and Mrs, G. V. Daws, mid the lesson by Mrs. Logan. Twelve members of Circle Five met with Mrs. W. J. nodgcrs. The devotional vyas In charge of Mrs. John Buchanan, followed by the lesson taught by Mrs. Waller Bishop, -,vho nlso offered prayer. The closing prayer was given bv Mrs. Buchanan. Mrs. T.>. ft. Shepherd, mother of Mrs. Rodgers, was guest of honor at a surprise birthday shower given by members of Circle Five, who presented her with a variety ol gilts. A .social hour followed ouch of the program meetings. • • • S. S. Class Has Party Mrs. Jess Horner and Miss Mary Outlaw entertained 11 members of the Beta Chi Sunday School Class of First Presbyterian Church at a party last night ill the Homer home. Tlie brief session was presided over by Mrs. Jesse M. Say 'School' Class' of First Baptist, White, class president, when final iJhurch at church, 2:30 p. m. Recent Brides Honored ;4t'Party-Here Saturday '( One of the larger .parties c; Uie [Winter season ires that given Saturday afternoon at Hotel Noble, ' When M«. Dan Hamner of Osceola 'entertained with a dessert, bridge 'eomplImenUng her sister-in-law, Mrs. N.'-G.':Cartwr!ght, and her •„..,. . 'cousin, Mrs. Eugene Maxwell, both 5 ; J™ 1tlnn °' recent Osceola brides. afternoon will ! ..Mrs. Cartwrlghl Is the former JMiss Carol Harrison of Jonesboro, Vind Mrs. Maxwell was Miss Jean w " s Bh : on plans Itl redecorating Ihe class room were made. During the social hour, contests were played under tlie direction of Mrs. Ecutt, with prizes won by Miss Era Wright iui[i Mrs. Harvey T. Kldd. -Executive Board Meets Members of the Executive Board of the Woman's Council of First Church met yesterday with Mrs. B. P. Brogdon Ji'., nt her home. The .devotional on the Psalms, before her recent marriage. Vases ol Spring flowers decorated he colonial Room of the hotel where the seven tables were ar- jranged for the dessert course, served Immediately alter the guests ar- jrtved, and where bridge later was played. The bridal theme was emphasized In the tallle* used, with the places of the gueeto of honor iriarked with gift oonegM of white carnation*. : . . .Prizes .were awarded Mrs. Bob GJltespie of Osceola for high score, Mrs. Ydtt Whilrnore, Osceola, for second higR, Mrs. Joe Cidlom Jr., of Wilson, : third high, Miss Charline Mwey of Osceola, low, and Mrs. Wade QuiriiTof Osceola, con- » h ° closed Mrs ' «>c period Harhnm, wltlithe solation. ,, v Mrs. Harnner presented Mrs. Psalm. '" lmlsori of «ie23rd Mary Van Sneed, stcwarship; Miss Iris Hughes, social; Mtes Joyce Dit- non, second vice president; Miss Annc Buchanan, secretary and trcas- rtefrcshments were served during the Eoclal lio\ir. Tlie next meeting of tlie group vlll be held at the home of Mrs. Ebb Bits of News Mostly Personal C. B. Wood Jr., wlio Is employed at Blytheville Army Air Field, lias gosc lo Dallns, where lie is taking n course of instruction at Soiitlicrii Methodist Urtlvcrstty. Mr. ary Mrs. WnHer Webster returned )\onie lhu>'morning from Bikcslon, Mo., where they were vl/l- Ing relatives when their daughter, Mrs. Harry white was stricken ill, Condition of Mrs. White, who underwent, an operation Jnte yesterday afternoon at BlylheviUc Hospital, was Improved today. Harry W. Haines and Frank W. Leah}- of .Steven* Point, Wise., left yesterday afternoon on a business trip to McAllister, Okla. Ross Dillon Hughes Jr., left today to return to University of Texas, Austin, after a. brief visit here witli his pnrcnts, Mr. and Mrs. Hose D. Hughes. His sister, Miss Nancy Huglies, a student at Southwestern, Memphis, spent the weekend here .with her parents and brother. Mrs. W. S. Langdou returned yesterday from Memphis where she was called 10 days ago by the serious Illness of her daughter, Mrs Byron Bnrtlioiomcw. Mrs. Barth- At The Hospitals Ulyllievillf Hospital Admitted: Mrs. Harry While, city. Mrs. Hoy Smith, city. Dismissed: Mrs. John need, Hnyli, Mo. Walls Hospital Admitted: Mrs. Wlllou Fowler, Hornersvllle, Mo. Shirley Mae Travis, city. Dismissed: Simon Thomas, Lllbourn. Mo. Memphis Methodist Hospital Admitted: E. A. Teaford, Osceola. Memphis SI. Joseph Hospital Admitted: Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Cullom, Wilson, a son. Memphis Baptlsl Hospital Admitted: .E. A. Stacy, Dell. I,. L. Bone, Arbyrd, Mo. Mrs. Clifford Little, elly. Temperatures 10-day leave. lie is chief water U/^J,/-,*-^ Trt Dl^ tcn ? lc ' 1 '" tlle Nav >'- wnlle Bennett VYOrKGrS I 0* r lOn Is a machinist's mate 1-c. Both boys 11, r- i rx • luivc mndc several crossings of the War rund Drive 'Atlantic. < ( > George Hollls, superintendent of Pvt. George C. Pugh, whose home Harrison Hcliool In Blytheville, and Is on Route 3, Loachvllle, has been chairman of the 1Q4S Hcd Cross cited by the 351st "Spearhead" In- War rimd drive in Blytheville fantry Regiment of the 88th "Blue among Ihc Negroes, has called a Devil" Division and awarded the special meeting of all Negro volun- combat Infantryman badge for ac- tcer workers tonight, 8 o'clock, at, tual participation i" combat against the Nefilo URO center. Purpose of the meeting Is Issue final Instructions to the volunteers on their work in llic coming drive. Miss Julia Limbird, executive secretary of tlie Chlckasawba DLs- Irict of the American Red Cross, and L. S. llcnlsh, co-elmlnnan "of the 1945 Wnr Fund in this district, will meet with these workers 'tonight to assist In mapping out their final plans. Quoin for the ^fegroes In Blythc- Yjllc Ls 51,500. High Atlanta ................ c? Augusta ............... 72 Birmingham ........... 70 Charleston ............ ] 72 Charlotte .............. 72 Chattanooga ........... 08 Chicago ................ 43 Cincinnati ............. 55 Denver ............. .38 Detroit ................. « Jacksonville ........... so Tallahassee . ........... 77 Cansas Cily Mrs. Brogdon presided over the' otomcw'a condition now Is much and Jfrs. Maxwell with silver. \ , '.Guests,. Included friends from Wilson, Miifie aiidiOsceoln, as well as a number'', of / ; visitors: . Mrs. -George Grear Jf.,'6f Columbus, Ga., Mrs. Ed ^Morgan of ' Nashville, Terui., Miss -Mary Cullom of Wilson, who was home for the week- endfrom • University of Tennessee, Mrs. Ray Mann of Dundee, Miss., : : ahci Mrs. M. S. Thurs'tbn of Bly- 1 thertlle..... ^ " • • « « • :Circle Meetings Are He!J Meetings of the Women's Missionary. Union of Rrst'Baptist church were held yesterday afternoon in homes of the : various members. Circle One met : with Mrs. Alvin Huffman, with eight members pres ent. The devotional 'was given b> Mrs. R- G. Edwards and the lesson was taught by Mrs. w. M. Williams. Prayers were offered by Mrs. O. M. Smart. Mrs, E..B. Woodson, Mrs. Edwaide and Mrs. Williams. , Mrs. J. T. Westbroblt was hostess to. "eight members of Circle Two .:Whtn the "devotional w»s led b> Mrs. Charles Newcomb. Prayer was offered by Mrs. Ebb Carson, who also was in charge of the lesson for the day. Prayers were given bi Mrs. B. P.- Blomeyer and Mrs. Te< King. Members of Circle Three me tilth Mrs. R. E. Blaylock, when .Mrs. H. E. Graham' gave the dcvo tional and also led in prayer. Mrs Harry FrttzSiis taught the lesroh an closing prayer was offered by Mrs E. 'E. Stevens. • • Mrs. Theodore Logan entertained business passion, when committee reports were heard. Refreshments were rerved during the social Ijour. • • • Methodists Have Meeting Members of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of Lake Street Methodist Church met yesterday afternoon at the church to begin their new study course. Mrs. c. T. slmmUn gnve tlie devotional en "Christ Is Real," followed by prayers by Mrs. Bates Sturdy and by Mrs. s. B. Wilford of First Methodist Church. Mrs. Wilford then taught the first hajiter in the new study course, sing as her theme. "The Amcrl- an Indian." A brief business session was pre- Irted over by Mrs. W. L. Green, 'ho'rcnri.n letter from Mrs. Kaet- cl of Wilson, district secretary. The meeting closed with prayer iy Mrs. George Crews. Twelve ncmbcrs attended. » • • Y.WA Girls Entertained Mrs. C. E. Johnson was hostess to numbers ol the newly organized Y. w. A. of First Baptist Church ast Wght at her home, when Mrs. Russell Baugh, co-councillor of the group gave the devotional. During the session, pres- ded over by Miss Mary Alice McDermott, president, Ihc following Improved. E. A. Stacy of Dell \s n patient at Memphis Bnptlst Hospital for ft checkup, and where he may undergo a. minor operation.' Mrs Stacy la with him. Mrs. James B. Clark returned last night from Carulhcrsvllle where she went Saturday to upend the weekend with relatives and friends. Mrs. Gilton Hollnnd nnd Mrs Olyde Vickery of Memphis spm» the weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Bnker at Ann- Corel. Mrs. J. H. McKenzie. am! Pvt Bobby Onrdtncr, who Is home In Pnragouli! 0:1 /trrlotigh from Klngs- an, Arl?,., spent the ere ns puests of Mr. and Mrs. tarcus Evrard, Mr. ami Mrs. W .1 McKeiizIc and . Mrs. Margaret " chairmen were announced: Miss 'Ah! Now I Can 'Bnothe Again'. Wonderfully quick a little Va-tro-nol up each nostril helps open nasal passages-makes breathing casicr-when your head fills up with stuffy transient congestion! Va-tro-nolgivcsgrandre- llel, too, from snlffly, sncezy distress ol head colds. Follow directions in folder VICKS VA-TRO-NOL Richard Jicdel lias returned from wo weeks vacation spent at Miami 3cnch, Fla. Mr. nnd Mrs. Hubert Wade ant) wo children left yesterday lor Jnlon Citv, Tenn., where they vvlV inkc their liomc, and where Mr Vatic will be in charge of the 33 rtacon 70 Memphis eg iliainl \[ gj Montgomery , lew Orleans "lew York 55 San Antonio 70 Savannah 75 Tnmpii yg Washington '.',] ei Dallns ..'] 57 Jackson BO Little Rock 67 Shrcvepbrt Low 60 58 40 58 CO 45 Keeping Up With The Men In Service the enemy with the Filth Army in to Italy, Corp. Luther W, Craig of Blythe- vilte, now Is serving in the Philippines, according lo Information received by Ills parents; Mr. and Mrs. Knox Craig. . In tlie Army for the past four years, corporal Craig has "been overseas since April, 1942, and has seen service in New Guinea prior to going to the Philippines. * • » John W. Gookln, son of Mr. and Mrs. v. E. Gookln of Route 2, Biy- theville, has been promoted to Technician Third Grade In the Army, according to a recent announcement from headquarters of irig. Gen, Frederick McCablc In Bihar Province, India. In civilian life, T-3 Gookin was mployed by Mr. and Mrs. Dalle Self of Route 1, Luxora. He lias icen on overseas duty in the India- Burma Iheatcr of operations since June 0, 1943. * • » Pvl. William R. Carrett, son of Mrs. Dessic Pearl Garrctt of Ely- hcvillc, mid brother of Mrs. Herman May, now Ls serving somewhere n the Philippine.?, lie has notified ills family. Private Garrett lias teen overseas for tlie past 20 months. Wnde Furniture Company there Mrs. J. B. Hnle of Little Rock'is spending several weeks here with ner grandchildren while their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Triesch- iiiann, are In Wcllmnn, Iowa, where they were calle<l by the critical Illness of Mr. Trieschmanu's Ei'ic ami Dennett Hall, botli of the Navy, recently were home on leave with their mother, Mrs. w. Fl. Fiilghtun of Route 2, Blytheville. Both enlisted In the Navy In June, 1939, and went through training together. Eric, who took part In the Invasion of Prance last June, missed seeing his brother by one week. Suggestions For Easter Giving! JEWELRY Milk Maid Cosmetics Mary Dunhill Perfume The Gift Shop Modern & Antlqae OUU MOSS BRYAN Continuous Snows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTFA' TO KLCN 9;00 a.m. 12;45 p.m. 4:30 p.m Tuesday Only ^ Thursday March 1, 7:30 p.m, American Legion Hut Farm Products At Prizes Admission 35c Sponsored Ily VarJjro I*. T. A. Matinees Sal. & Sun. 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