The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 20, 1945 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, March 20, 1945
Page 2
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PACK TWO BLYYHEVi'LLH ' Hil;y/B Events - WEDNESDAY Airs C E Crlgger' Jr. entertaining Tuesday Bridge.Club. Mrs F. E Black entertaining Wednesday Bridge Club. : La Neuve Club meeting with Mrs. John R. MeDohnld. Miss Marguerite Dolen entertahi- ing' A. D. C. Club. THURSDAY G. N. B. Club meeting with Mrs. John Brillheart. Mrs. Russell Phillips entertaining Thuisday LfinclJeW.'Club;/ Thursday BunQO.i .Club meeting with Mi's Forrest'Mobre.' Mrs. G., E, Keck, entertaining Thursday Contra'cb 'club. Mrs.' C.-P. Tucker entertaining C^jette Luncheon Club at home of Mrs. w A Amick.,: .,;,•;. • Pathfinders Class of First Metlio- dlSf Church meeting with Mr. nnd Mr?. Vance. Henderson, 7:30 p.m. FRIDAY: 'Mrs Ebb Remolds entertaining Initial Club Woman's Club meeting for covered dish luncheon at hoine of Mrs. Russell Barhain. 1 p.m. Rehearsal Dinner Given Fbi Miss Warven, Fiance iDr. and Mrs. I. R. Johnson -mid then nieces, Miss Jean Wysc ami Miss Maty Ann Wyse ot. Memphis. entertained 30 guests last night nt ft/dinnei paily at the Johnson home c^mpllincntinj! mchibers of the wedding party ot Miss Marjorie Warren and Lieut. Harry 'Newton Whitls, and out-of-town guests here for the ucdduy* The marriage of the young i couple., will be., celebrated late this I afternoon at First Methodist Church. _Thc brides table in the dining rpqm whore members of the Im- 1 mediate families .were seated, wns centered with a silver bowl filled With \\lnle roses, snapdragons nnd hsseinths with silver .wedding bell nlace cards used, to mark, the places of' the guests.- •«*. •..-;•; '.. "• . Smallei tibles : were arranged. In the,, living room and pri'.: the" sun vxuch, where till vases of stately yellow roses, were 'used.*. Following the two course dinner, the wedding rehearsal was held at the church Out-of-town guests Included Dr. arid Mrs. Robert W. Brandon Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Cecil James,' Mr. nhtl Mrs W H Whllis, Mrs. M. D. Whitis -and Lieutenant Whitls, •'•all of Greenfield Icnn . Euel Glenn Stokes of Mn} field, Kj , Mrs. Berley Gwyn and daughter, Miss Joan Gwyn: of Memphis Officeis Aie Installed : 1 •The annual Installation of officers was held jestcrciny at the 'meeting of the Woman s Auxiliary of First Presbyterian Church fll. Dip church Tbiitj two members attended the session when Mrs. Zal B. Harrison vfas In charge of the program on 'Tivehe Months Reviewed nml On.\yard. ' '•;Aimual reports of nil officers cause secretaries, and circle chairmen were heard before new secretaries and circle chairmen were elected and circles chosen for the following, year. Mrs Roy Walton 'whs in. charge of the instillation of 'officers following which delegates to the Wcs- byterial to be held at Second I'rcs- bvteriin Church in Little Hock on April 12 and 13, were elected These were Mrs L S Hartzog and Mrs. Veinon Thomasson, with Mrs Roy Walton and Mrs w. A. Dobvns as il tern ate 1 ; During the social hour which followed, refreshments were served in the recreation room of the church •The lace draped tea table wns decorated with a bowl of yellow flowers flanged with yellow tapers irr mstal holders. • Mrs R c Allen and Mrs. Jesse M White presided over.; the table is Brted bj Mrs J. p. Pri(Ie- s ' oc ' inl activities churman, Mrs. A F Diet- ricii and Mrs L ; S. Hartzog. Y.'\V.A.GulsMeet >Y W A girls of Calvary Baptist Church met last nighfat the home of. Miss Lucmda Cole on Dougan Subject for the evening's program ««' Footpaths to Peace" Two visitors attended -the mcet- Refreshments were served durinp the social hour ' Miss Kirshner Honored At Biiiclge And Shower Miss Nancy Kirshner, whose el gagement to Lleui. John M. Caffre of Chicago was announced last wee by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roto P. Kirshner,,was guest of honor i a dessert bridge given last night b Mrs. Tom A. Little nnd her daugli tcr, Miss Prances Little, at Die home. Giant yellow Jonquils, tulips an narcissi were arranged In the en tcrtnlnlng rooms, with Miss Kirsh ner's table marked with n mlnla ture bride nnd bridegroom sur rounded with sprays of bridal wreall Handmade bridal tallies marked In places of,Die guests. Following the dessert course, serv ed Immediately aflcr the guests ar rived, bridge was played with pil/e won by Mrs. Albert K. Taylor an Miss Jane Branson. At the conclusion of Die brldg games, Miss Kirshner , was Invitee into tlie dining room where the Ind draped table held a surprise showe of miscellaneous gifts froin tin guests present". Mrs. John Ben Boniar or Cincln nail, Ohio, honsegiiest of her par ents. Dr. and Mrs. L. H. Moore, w'a; an oul-of-lown guest. The hostesses were assisted in en terfaining by Mrs. A. G. Little, * • * Women Meet Yesterday Group meetings were held yes, crday afternoon by members o ! he Women's Council of Firs' Christian Church, when topic o .lie study course wns "Lives of tin Mew Testament Characters am ; he Early Church," A voluntary of- ering was made al each of the ncetings lo go toward filling the ?cd Cross kit bags for distributor to men enroutc overseas. The Faith Group mot with Mrs :. M. Beck, with Mrs. George Bar- nnm n.s study course leader am also leader of the devotional, h which she was assisted by Mrs L U Ward nnd Mrs. J. c. Kills Jr. Mrs. Russell Bnrham wns lioslcs.' to members of the Hope Group when. Mrs. R. C. Rose had charge of Ihe devotional nnd the sludj course hi which the various members participated. Two visitors at- leiuled this meeting, Mrs James Terry and Mrs. A. R. Wetenkamp'' both of New York, who are visiting relatives here. • Members of the Love Group mcl with Mrs. W. B. Stiles when Mrs L. A. Moore gave the dcvollonn and Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe wns In charge, of the study course, A social hour followed each of Uie programs,, when refreshments were served. W. S. C. S. Has Meeting Members or the Woman's SocieU nr Christian Service of Lake .street, Methodist Church met yesterday ni the church, win, Mrs. Iverson Morris In charge or the devotional on flip topic of "How lo Study the Bible , which closed with scripl- ure rending. ' Mrs. Bates Sturdy was in clmiw «f the study course on "The American Indian". The business session was In charge of Mrs w. L. Green, and Mrs. Sturdy dismissed the meeting with prayer. Twelve members and one tiipst. Mrs. Gordon Lac Mother's Friend helps bring*ease ant/ comfort to expectant mothers. M OTHER'S PfTlEND. nn exquisitely prepared emollient. Is ipFt^rLu vi^lisf SfrE Mother's Friend Have Plow Points, Busters, Sweeps HARPENED NOW! M ° dern frmeirf Expert Bfacfcsmiths [Acetylene & Electric Welding :Truck Motors Rebored & Rebuilt ;Crawfpra Service Static S. Division & Citv I i^u. m n S. Division & City Limits - Phone 921 We Call For and Deliver Cars! Specialists In— .Greasing - Tire Repairs - Washing ' - S--KSR2"™ Cosner - — • • - -•- "Jin 111 I Ul -., Ark., and Mrs. E. A ii-dinnnn of Columbia City Ind vere present. ' Twelve members of Circle Three act, with M,-s. M. G , Goodwin vhen Mrs. R. L, Logglns wns co- iln, Tw °, vlsllors - Mrs - Jl "'ws '"I J""., and Mrs. A. B. Fowler rare present for the meclln K ami *s. J. R, McConnell became u lew iiicmher or the. circle. Mrs .! 3. Barksdale gnvn tlie .study course Z^ n " (IISmiSSei)ll ^-» Mrs. R, H. Ktrliy enteitnlncd 10 numbers or Circle Four, with Mrs ••••W. Pyles In elmrgc of Ihe study Fourteen members of circle Five fere entertained by Mrs J Mell irooks Sr. The dcvoUonnl was Iven by Mrs. Fred Flceman and lie study course was led bv Mrs- Vhllaker. Circle Six met with Mis. Earl Buckley with nine members pres- nl. Mrs. Buckley was in chnr"c f bolli the devotional nnd tile Uidy course lor tlie afternoon The president's message was read I. each or the meetings, and a pcia) hour followed the close of he programs. Treasure Hunt J s Given Mary Jo Eaton and June Stlre entertained nine boys and girls will a treasure hunt Saturday nflernooi at the Eaton home. After the treasure hunt, game; were played nnd refreshments o cookies, punch and popslclcs wen served, P. T. A. To Meet Tomorrow Miss Rosa Hnrdy, Blythcvilie HIgl bchopl principal, will be guest sneaker at the meeting of members of Central Ward Pnrenl Teacher Asso- clntion to be held tomorrow afternoon, 3 o'clock, at. the school. Topic of her address will he "School Problems In the South." meeting of Ihe executive board ---- be held at 2:30 o'clock, linme- .liatcly preceding the general mcet- i • * Circle Meetings Helc Circle inccllnss were Iield nt ionics or various members of the Woman's Society of Christian Ser.' I'ice of First Methodist Church yes- lerday nflenjoon. Mrs. II. W. Wylie was hostess lo M ,_ 10 members of'cTrJc'"^,'^ -ie visitor, Mrs. c. R. Lnymon of icniphls, also was present. Mr.s • A. Lynch conducted the devo- Hirsc """ Ml ' S ' Wyll ° Ulc stltlly Circle Two met with Mrs. ,1 M Jonte with Mrs. E. A. Goodrich as — •hostess, •nitrlcen member Youth Program To Be Discussed By Leaders Here Pos-lljillty or a youth program In nlylhcvlllo will be discussed again totnoiTow night and Thursday morning when Don Newton of Dallas, Texas, Southwest Area Council supervisor of Young Men's Christian Association, will visit lilyihcville He will incut wllli men nnd women repre'entHtlres of the Ministerial Association, civic clubs nnd oilier Mic-li groups, iji a se rles of Informal conferences, plans for which were hot complete Ibis niorn- The Ministerial Alliance Is snon- i-lnif a movement to liave an or- fiani/cd youth program in Blylhe- ville with c-'-'tabllshnirni, of a Y M C. A n nosslbllllj, in • conneciloii wllli the project. Bits Of News ' Mostly Personal Pvl. George Mulr Jr., who has ccaslaUonvclitl Camp Hood Texas speiKlInf a iu. ( |. ly rnrloiiKh liere will) IDs jjarents, Mr. and Mrs G U Mulr anct family before rci>orllni> to Port Orel, Calif. Flight Oiriccr Bennett Ii. (Dick) Wilson arrived Friday to spend his cave with his mother, Mrs I! B Wilson and family. H C ,m,i |, ls : n-other, John Bruce Wilson, have gone to Linden, Tenti., where they ire spending a brief lime with their uncle, Tom A. Tinnhi, before re- ttirnlng here to be with his mother asjaln until he reports March 2-1 -o Kingiiiaii, Ariz., where he has :een assigned lo a B-n. His sistcr Miss Mary Emily Wilson of Mem-' Hils, spent the past weekend hero n order to be vim him. Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Mulr and fam- ly have as their gucsls for several lay.vMr. and Mrs. J. Marion Mosc- ey of Omnlin, Neb., who came cs- iccially lo be with their nephew M. George Mulr Jr., before he eaves for expected overseas duty Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Leech have •oliirnecl after several weeks stay i Battle Creek, Mich. Mrs. Oeoi-ffc Stlicr of Ornn, Mo ctnrncd today to her home aftei a week's visit here us gtie.'il of Mrs ohn Scherer, Mrs. c. G. Scherei ind Mr. ami Mrs. Leon Schercr ind their families. Mrs. Mildred English and 'two n.UBhtcrs. Constance and Cathryn vho have been makiiig their hoine Tfie Moil Diamaiic HEALTH NEWS since Louis Pasleui discovered •germsjjl, j .j |ji,:j \\.\ We are proud to be firs! in announcing 'that" the new wonder drug Penicillin is now available in our I£ Department for civilian use on Doctor's Prescriptions cr..} the ptico is Unbelievably Sow. JOIN THE RED CROSS NOW! "The Old Reliable Drugstore" °°J*^!l Ph. 2024 Mrs. Dalton C. Fowlston, B. fl. M. s. M. Rearranging of schedule makes it possible to accept several more pupils in piano and voice. Former New York Organist and Teacher Pupil of Clarence Dickinson President of Union Theological Seminary School of Music For Appointment Dionc or Write ,. ,, ,, HOI CMefcwHrta »'"• «»«»•• C. Fowblon 1'lionc 20 ID SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS in wliurton, Texas, have arrived ki be with her parents, Mr. and Mrs G. L. Mulr and family, and her brother, Pvt. George Mulr Jr., w j, 0 expects to leave soon for overseas duty. Mis. Von C. Mullen returned last night from Memphis Baptist Hospital where she underwent an operation Wo weeks ago. Although her condition is excellent, she will be confined to her Ifcd for the next 10 days. Sergeant Mullen, who has been In Memphis with her on 15-day emergency furlough, returned Sunday to Camp Chalfcc, Ark., where he is stationed. Dr. and Mrs. Frank Uickott and daughters, Nancy and Lanelle, have returned to their home In Helena after a week's visit with his mother' Mrs. J. A. Luckclt, ami his sister' Miss Neal Luckett at their home iii Dell. Slatf Sergt. E. R. Burner, who has Just relumed from overseas duty will arrive tomorrow lo Iw the guest for several days of Miss Angle Hood and her aunt, Mrs. Jennie Malone Miss Noma Colln-en-is recovering from an Illne-ss of mumps Mrs. Tom F. Dean has returned from Hoi Springs where she visited friends for a week 13,. Rowland Hamm, retired physician of Washington, D c Is visiting her brother. Dr. Joi,,,' P. limvlatid, and family, 012 West Main. B, route- home from San 1 "" sc " "here she spent the pa-," several months, she will bu hero several days. Mr. and" Mrs.-L. G. Hall of St. Louis .spent the weekend here as guests of her sister, Mrs. Gage- Clark, en route to Hot Springs where they will take a course of baths. Rllly Slngcry of the Navy, has left for Los Angeles, to visit his par- oils, following a week's visit here with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs O. H. Wheeler and family. Tlie Slngerys formerly lived In ISlylhe- Lleul. and Mrs. n. L. Porter and infant son, left Saturday for Wsr- ren, Ohio, lo spend 12 days with his parents, Mr. nncl Mrs. A. M. Porter Mr. nnd Mrs. w. A. Norman and' daughters, and their guest, MI™ Christine Forlcnbei-ry of Blmiln»- ham, Ala., spent Sunday In Carutli- wsville with Mr. and Mrs. EL. Sergt. Ralph Davis and Pvt Fd- W ».' d ^ avls are s l )[! » dln S » few days with their parents, Mr. nnd Mrs T. A. Davis at their home, 101 West Ash street. Later they plan to go io Washington, u. c., where Private Davis will visit his wife, und Sergeant Davis a sister, Mrs D w Mcuullcy. Their sister, Miss Mary Frances Davis, who is employed in " defense, plant in Battle Creek Mich., has arrivcii home for n few days visit to he with her brothers. Mrs. Winton Welsh left Satiu-diiy for Dallas, Texas, where she will spend .several weeks with Cnulnm 'Wclsii-s muilier, Mrs. Wain 1. Lewis nnd Mr. U'Wis. Mrs. W. A. Hollingswortli and Miss I-oulse Mullius returned last nlElit from Biioxi. Miss., where they visited Mrs. HpllliiffswortU's son, Pvt, Calvin HollliiBsworth, who Is stationed there at Kecsler Field, studying to be an aerial gunner Mr. and Mrs. s. 13. Nalion of Ilay- 1, Mo,, arc visiting relalivcs, having been called to Blythevillc by the drath of Mrs. Nation's miner, Charles Henry Harris. At The Hospitals Walls Hospital Admitted:. W. M. Prince, Braggadocio, Mo. Mrs. W. H. Moore, city. Born to Mr. and Mrs. J. T Stanley, Rt. 2, a. daughter this morning. Dismissed: Mrs. James Ross, city. Blydicvillc Hospital Admitted: Raymond Mayo, city. Joe Whisnant, city. Dismissed: Junior Crews, city. Memphis SI. Joseph Hospital Admitted: Mrs. J. U Dunavant, CaruUiors- vlllc. Mo. Horn to Mr. amid Mrs. Sam Kalz Cnnithersvlllc. Mo,, a son Memphis iHcllioilisl'Hospilal Admitted: Mrs. 8. J. Corbetl, Carulhersville, Mo. TUESDAY, M/VfiCH 20, Our Spring Hot Shipments Have Been Completed! Choose Yours Now Before Choice Selections Are Gone 'ft:) ^ \ >>) • ..u//.,., Spring Lovelies Sailors! Bonnets! Toques! from * * DOBBS and GAGE Hats Are Exclusive At Whitsitt's * * Lovely you ... bewitching you—in the pret- tiest Easter hats we've ever assembled! Just see our captivating collection — little "Bloomer Girl" sailors, Paris-touch bonnets, hats banked with lush flowers or swathed in veiling! Choose yours in fine felt or straw —to complement every costume. The pric- es? Tiny—of course! MissWhMt'sShop "See What's New At Whitsitt's" Wounded On Luzon Mrs. Frances L. AllbriUon of Os- ceolii has received a telegram from the Wai- Dejwi-liiiejjt Inforinlng her Una her husband, Pfc. Carl W Allbritton, was slightly wounded on' Luzon Feb. le. He lias since returned to duty. 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