The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 8, 1945 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 8, 1945
Page 5
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THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 1945 BUT11RV1LLE COURIER NEWS Coining Events FRIDAY Mrs. Lane Noweli entertaining Initial Club. Mrs. E. M. Terry, Mrs. C. S. Stevens Si'., Mrs. Colemim Stevens Jr., Mrs. Walker H. Baker and Mrs. James Terry cntcrtnlnliig with bridge party honoring Miss Marjorie Warren. Arniorel P. T. A. meeting at vchool, 2:30 p.m. SATURDAY Mrs. Eugene Teafonl and Miss Sue Kamey of Memphis cntciiaiu- Ini; with informal tea honoring Miss Marjorie Warren, at Ramcy liome, Mrs, C. W. Afflick entertaining at dinner for Miss Warren. Miss May To \X-WT~ Joe Mines Wolters Announcement of (lie cng.igc- ment and approaching man-jagc ol Miss UiFclra May lo joe nines Wolters of Jackson, Mo., and San Diego, calif., wax revealed at a party given last night at the home of the bride-elect's parents Miami Mrs. LaFaycltc May. The wedding will take place on March. 1G In Sim Diego, where Mr. Wolters, seaman I-e in the Navy now is stationed. MiK~: May was graduated from Blytheville ,Hiyh Sehool nnd attended Southeast Missouri Stntc Teachers College, cape Girardeau, and University of Tennessee Medical School in Memphis. White a student at Stale Teachers College .she was a member of the Art club, \V. w. A., ami Snrosls social sorority, o[ which she was president during her junior year. Early (liis month she completed 10 months training in medical technology at Memphis Methodist Hospital. Mr. Wolters, ton of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Wolters of Jack-on, was graduated from high school there and received his B. S. degree from State Tca.'hers college in Car.c Girardeau. where he majored in history and music, and was a member of the A-Caupelln-choir, band, music- club, orchestra, and the Benton social fraternity. \ He completed his training at Naval Acre-graphic School, Lakehurst. N. J., and now is stationed at the Naval Weather Central. San Diego. Announcement of the engagement was revealed hrt night by tiny cards attached to the pluce cards of the 22 guests. Individual corsages of pink and white sweetpeas were presented lo each guest upon arrival. In the bridge games played. Mis. Victor Slihvcll received high score and Mrs. Tiaymond Schmuck second high, while Mrs. Roy Woods and Miss Eloise Barnes were high and second high among the rummy. Players. A dessert plate with coffee was served. Bride-Elect To Be Feted At Two Additional Events Miss LaPelra May, daughter of -Mr. nnd Mr?. LaFayettc May, who will leave Saturday for San Diego, Calif., where she will Ibc married on March 10 to Joe Hincs Wolters of San Diego and Jackson, Mo., will be complimented at two parties tonight and tomorrow. Mrs. J. C. Ellis Jr., and Mrs. Howard DeSplintcr will entertain tonight with n dessert bridge at the home of Mrs. Ellis' mother, Mrs. John F. Reiinnillcr. and tomorrow afternoon Miss May will be guc-H of honor when her grambnolhor, Mrs. R. Yarbro. is hostess at an informal tea at her home between the hours of 2 and 5 o'clock. Miss Clement Weds Capt. Robert H. Duke The marriage of Miss Arllne Clement of Blytliei'llle and McKcnzIc Tetiii.. to Capt. liobcrt H. Duke of Gleason, Tcnn., was quietly solemti- i/ed Friday afternoon, 5:30 o'clock at the liomc of the bridegroom's uncle, overtoil Duke, in Glcasou. The Ucv. Cayce Pentecost officiated at the double ring rites in thc'presencl of small group of the immediate families of the couple. Floor baskets of white gladiolus and while rosebuds formed the selling lor Hie bridal party. The bride wore a dress of powder blue crepe with black accessories and a shoulder corsage of white gardenias. Her only ornament was a gold cross, a. gift from Ihe bridegroom. Mrs. Bob Wniy of Glcasou. sister of the bridegroom, was the bride's only attendant, and Overtoil Duke served as his nephew's best man Mrs. Wrny wore a gold wool suit with brown accessories and a shoulder corsage of while carnations. Immediately following the ccre- jnony, Captain Duke and his bride left for a wedding trip to Memphis Mrs. Duke, the daughter of w. D Clement of McKcnxIc. Tcnn., WHS graduated from high school in Gleason, arid has been employed for the past several months at Hie Rationing Board in Blythcvillc. Captain Duke, who is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert O. Duke, of Gleason, has just returned from 19 months overseas service as pilot of a P-38 photo reconnaissance plane with the Fifth Air Force. He will report to Miami. Fla,, on March ID for reassignment. Club Has New Member Mrs. J. Mell Brooks Jr., became a new member of the A. D. (J Club last niglit when that group entertained by Mrs. Snnford Shclton at her home. Bridge was played durin- Ui" evening, with 1)r i /cs won by Mls William Young and Mrs. 'ElL-.cri Huffman for high and sccoirl hi"h scores. The hostess served a snliul course • • • Bridge Club Entertained Members of the Bi-Monlhly Bridge Club and one guest, iVfis A. O. Hall, were entertained Tuesday afternoon by Mrs. B. M. Matthews it her home on West Ash street Bowk of yellow jonquils and white daisies were arranoed in the terlnlning rooms. Defeive stamps were-, awarded Mrs. Love B. Adams and Mrs. Hall 'or high and second high score, be- 'ore Mrs. Matthews served refreshments- -of • 'sandwiches 1 ' 'and ; 'iced Meeting Is Postponed The meeting of members of the Association of American University Women, scheduled to be held Saturday afternoon, has been post- joncd until the following Saturday. Members will meet on March n it 3 o'clock in the afternoon at the home of Mrs. James Hill Jr. C.irmcline quietly relieves Henunch... ml soolhrs Ine irsunins nerve ten-F slon. Acts iiv=t. brause It/s liquid Usel: - - -s tllrcclci A! all dnigcisU;. 10c Sit 05. Suggestions For Easter Giving! ; JEWELRY ! Milk Maid Cosmetics Mary DunhiJI Perfume The Giffr Shop Modern A Antitnie Gifls MOSS BRYAN Thursday — Friday -r- And Saturday iVight* !) (o 12 (VClock In ike Beautiful BLUE ROOM of the HOTEL NOBLE Admission fiflc Incl. T«x. LADIES ADMITTED ONLY WITH ESCOKT Double G Club Meets All members of the Douulo G Club attended the bridue party tlven l«e«!ny ,,| s ht by Mi's Margaret blmvor at her home on Highway Ol oOlll/l. Miss Shaver hud htuli score for "ic wnJnjf, , v j|h M,-.S. Fiii-rls Mc- Cnllu second lilgli. A dessert course wns screed. » « « Army Couple Has Daughter Staff Serjjt. mul Mrs. Jftmcs E . Hardy arc Hie parents of n dnusli- er born Tuesday, Feb. 21. at lily- llievllle Army Air Field Hospital, the baby, (heir first child, hns been named Barbara Shannon 'ho Hiudys, whoso home Is in nn! =• Gfl " llrc " vl »e "' •"! or III Sixth street here, while he is .stationed at the local airfield. Mrs. Taylor Entertains Members If (he Tuesday nrldife OHib ))!ayed cards ycslci'dav aflcr- iiooii nt the home of Mrs. Jesse laylor, who was hostess to tile eio«|) nt her home. Hiyh and second hiijli score prizes went (o Mrs. Mm-rav Smart' and Mrs. Ri) ey u Jm1es ' n ( -, ho hostess served a dessert course. Club; Guests Enlerlai Bride-Elect Miss LaVotra May. damjliler t Mr. and Mrs. UiPnyellc May c Illyilicvllle, will become Die brld on Mareli iii, u r Joe Mines Wollcr.s seiimmi the Nnvy, at Si> Oii'So, and Jackson, Mo. 'rhe wed ding will be folemnked in Ss Dicyo. since) Mrs, Cornelius Modluger, eiiter- iiiliiB members of the Town and Country club yesterday afternoon nt her home on West Walnut Street, also was hostess to three other guest.; including Mrs (1 p Keck, Mrs. Marvin Robinson and Mrs. R. L,. Banister. Giant yellow jonquils were at- Iractivcly ai-mimcd in the entertaining rooms of the house. In the bridge games played during the afternoon, high score urine went to Mrs. R. c. Rose and'sec- ond high lo Mrs. Fred V. Rutlicr- foid. Light refreshment were served. Mrs. Bell Is Hostess Mrs. James H. Bell was hostess to members of, the Wednesday Bridge Club yesterday at her home for luncheon nnd bridge. Guests • nlso Included in Mrs. Bell's hos- ' pitality were Mrs. Aubrey Conway, Mrs. B. A. Lynch and Mrs. W. j' Pollard. A two course luncheon was served at small tables arranged in the living room, where bridge Inter was played. Vases of yellow jonquils formed a colorful background for the games.- High score prize went lo Mrs. W. H. Minynrd and second high lo Mrs. W. D. Chamblin. Meetings A men's meeting and potluck supper will be held tonight, 7:30 o'clock, at Lake Street Methodist, Church. Major Arthur of Blythcvillc Army Air Field will be guest speaker at the meeting to which the public is invited, it was announced today by the Uev. Bales Sturdy, pastor of the church. Ret/ Cross War Fund Wo»7<ers To Meet Here A meetini! of nil volunteer lies dent lied Cross War Fund workoi hns lieeu called for tomorrow nf ternoon. 3:30 o'clock, at War Fim headquarters In the Ark-Mo Powe Company office, -105 Weil Mai Street, by Mrs. M. /\. isaiics, chaii man of the residential tecllon o Blytheville. WorkciM tomon-oiv ivlll be give Itielr final instructions and ma len.ils t>rlor lo opetiing their clrlv on Monday morning. Coes MORE Than Relieve «3 *" £&JB> ALSO Relieves Accompanying Nervous, Weak, Tired Feelings-clue to this cause Do functional periodic disturbances make you feel so nervous, Jittery lUjjlistritng, cranky, tired —nt such times? Tlicn don't, clchiy— try this groat medicine—Lydlj; E. Plnklinm'a Vegetable Compound lo tcllcve such symptoms, H HELPS NATUREI •I'lnkhnm's Compound Is fnmoits not only lo relieve such mnnllily pain but nlso accompanying nervous Illglislrnng feelings ol tills nature. Taken regularly—tbls great time- tested rornmJn helps bulw up rc _ Elstnnce ngninst sucb distress. A ucrri sensible thing to do.' Also a grand Btomnchlc tonic! Follow label directions. Buy today. VEGETABLE COMPOUND Weep no more, young lady, ihougli you're coupon-short!. These slices arc Halion-Frcc!, iVcat corded fabric for the toes and gabardine covered liccls and narrow strapping! $298 Solid Navy Blue-springs own color. Ncai wilh snils, dressy for your frocks, AluJti-colorco! striping for something gay. Also 3 shades of brown or blue.' Bits of News Moetljr Personal Barbara nilliilninly, <liuig)Hcr of Mr. mid Mrs. Joe UIIIiihmHy Or, ol Osccola, will arrive tomorrow to UP lie weekend gui'st of Mnu- and Miirtlm Tvuyloivtwln tlniujhlovs of Mr. mid Mrs. 11. O, Truylor, Mr. mid Mrs. J, a, M'urr jr., re- H'riMi today lo tliehyiipmr. In Nel•son. Mo., nfler a visit::.b^'ficvemj ««ys wllh his brotlio)VfUi.<y>bt! MII rime! Mrs. Man-.' The MtUrs;wvd tiu-li' {«« children, plnn to $$'(!>{<> my- thcvllli- soiiiclliiie'Aie\K)Hohth .lo "Hike Ihelr )iouW|LfW^['"' Miss Mary Adiih' VftmWiwill re- IMi-n today fron^M*Wj>Ws ; «'h<w sue has spent llio'-fiMl('\vcc.f; Alton Sallta.-VfSitHll'tit ,,i: •outsislnnii Slate Uinv'frslly, Hatdn HOIIBP, nrrlml yesterday-"to spend f brief lime here with his iwronts 1*. Him M,*. j. A . gilUI)11 u , f«»'ily. lie will reliirn lo .school on Monday. Mrs. Eisner 13cnll and sons, Tommy rind John, who nro vlsltlni' litr parents, Mr. mid Mrs. 1'. K. rjcwlor 'or a few weeks, have returned Ifom Pine lilutr where they .spent several days with Mr. licn'll, wlio recently has been nanud senior supervisor of the K B, A. In Jefferson County. Tlie lienlls, who have been living Iti Marlon mx> movlni; lo Pino Ithiff to make their home, •I. M. Stevens of Dell, who entered Memphis IJaptlsl liospllui 'IMcsday. will underdo an opera- lt»j) Iliei'i! lomoiTiw illuming. Alre Stevens. Miss Martini Kruiices Slwiis anil Mrs. Jolin Ktevenii Jr.. all will yo down tomorrow morning In Ijc with him. Mrs. Jnini'.s I). Clnrk left ycster- iiy iiflctnoon for Minneapolis Minn., where sl». will enter snhu Hiiriiubtis Hospital for a culler oi>- cnUlon. She prnlmbly wll! be uwav for several weeks. PAGE FIVE At Ttie Hosoifnls Walls Ui)s|illal Admitted; Horn to Mr. and Mrs, Homer liinllon, 1(1. 1, dly, a fon, lust nlRlit. Horn to Mr. anil Mrs. William Chuney, elty, a cluuuhlcr this morn- l"«. Dismissed: Letliii Mne Allen, dt.v. Carolyn Colhnin, Tomato lilythevllli; Hospital Admitted: Horn lo Mr. mid Mr*. .| 0 | m j,;. Clrwn, city, a danchlcr nluhl. Dismiss ml; llernlce Dunciin, city. Itoy Frciieh, city. Oswcll italncy Jr., city. Mvmjilils Baullst Admitted: J, 11. Scott, Elownh, J. M. Steven 1 *, Dell. II, Marlor, city. The blitli late of .1933, was .the lowest in 25 jcarn. 4 , ' Early Americans' planted onions near' roses, In the belief that "the onyons would ycelde a sweeter savour," Mrs. Dalton C. Fowlston, B. A. M. S. M. Rearranging of schedule makes it possible to accept several more pupils in piano and voice. Former New York Organist and Teacher Pujill of Clarence Dickinson resident of Union Theological Scmlnaiy School of Music For Appointment l%>n« or Wrllc — Mrs. Dalion C. HOI ChlrkaMwb. I' ho ,,eZ049 SENTIMtNTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS miT r f,v,h CS ' l!n f" l> n nr ' ""'cmbercd always. 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