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Blytheville Courier News (Newspaper) - March 13, 1945, Blytheville, Arkansas Page two Blytheville courier ii to Iii v Kyj i l esd a March to 1945 coming events s. S. Class party Given wednesday mrs. T. W j off rips was hostess mrs c. C. Langston entertaining to to members of the gleaners off fun and country club 1 class of first Baptist sunday school mrs. Harry Kirby entertaining Jast night entertaining at her Home. Wednesday Bridge club i included in her hospitality also chapter a cd Quot of p e. O. Meeting was one other guest mrs. Robert with mrs. Marlon Williams. I . Lessen Bury. Sudbury Parent teacher Assoria i mfg Lloyd Stickmon gave the Deli Ort meeting at school. 3 ., pre voting nil and mrs. Walter Bishop ceded by executive Board meeting at i pc the group in prayer. 2 30 . The business session was presided thursday Over by mrs. J. J. Ewing president. Mrs. Marvin Robinson entertain Aith routine business transacted ing oct Ette luncheon club. A dessert course was served Dur thursday bunco club meeting ing the social hour which followed with mrs. Byron Moore i conclusion of the business session. Miss Virginia Martin entertain j Jonquil and other Spring Flowers ing thursday night Bridge club were attractively arranged in the thursday luncheon club meet entertaining rooms of the House ing with mrs. Russell Phillips. Friday mrs. A shorty Quot Rector entertaining initial club at Home of mrs. Jack Marsh. Chapter a in Quot of peo. Meeting with mrs. Riley b. Jones with mrs. Dixie Crawford As co hostess i saturday mrs James Hill or. Entertaining a a. A. 3 p. In mrs. George w Pyles and miss Batty Jane Martin entertaining at Bridge honouring miss Marjorie Warren. Have second daughter pfc. And mrs. Jewell Oowen of Memphis Are the parents of a daughter born last week at St. Joseph s Hospital in Memphis. The baby their second daughter has been named Eugenia Louise. Mrs Oowen is the former miss Dorothy Sisk of Blytheville. Private Oowen now is stationed in grand Island neb. Circle meetings Are Mel another party planned honouring miss Warren miss Marjorie Warren who is i Ping complimented at a Large number of parties prior to her marriage to Harry Newton Whitis. United states army of Baltimore. Md., and Greenfield tenn., to be solemnized next tuesday night. Will be guest of Honor tomorrow night when mrs. Paul Pryor and mrs. E d. Ferguson entertain. The affair a dessert Bridge party will be Given at the Ferguson Warren is to be honoured tonight when mrs. J. M. Jontz and mrs Moll Brooks or. Entertain a Bridge party at the Jontz Home. A a a out of town visitor complimented at party mrs w. G Kiebler of Enid. Of la who has spent the past two weeks Here As the guest of her sister. Mrs w. F. Brewer and or. Brewer at their suburban Home was guest of Honor saturday afternoon when mrs. Brewer entertained at an informal Bridge party at her Home. Guests were limited to members of the fortnightly club of which mrs. Brewer is a member. Jonquil and other Spring Flowers formed a colourful setting for the afternoon Bridge games. Refreshments were served late in the afternoon. A a a \.w.a. Group meets miss Joyce Damon entertained members of the y w a. Of first Baptist Church last night at her Home. Miss Mary Alice Mcdermott president presided Over the business meeting and appointed miss Marguerite Graham As year Book chairman and miss Adaline Lee As Community Mission chairman. The evenings program was in charge of mrs. Russell Baugh co coi Ocillor for the group. Refreshments were served during the social hour. A a a mrs. Dixon entertains members of the women a missionary Union of first Baptist Church met yesterday afternoon in Circle groups at Homes of the various members. Mrs. C. M smart entertained to members of Circle one at her Home when the opening prayer was Given by mrs. Alvin Huffman and the devotional by mrs. R g. Edwards mrs Marion Williams was in charge of the lesson and the closing prayer was offered by mrs. C. E Edda. Circle two met with mrs. Charles business women meet mrs. Freeman Robinson entertained members of the business women a Guild cd first Christian Church last night it her Home on Walnut Street when miss Emily Dale Grey was co hostess. Mrs w o. Oderin served a program Lender and lid a discussion about Malaya. She was assisted by mrs. Manola Anderson mrs. R. S. Baird mrs. Robinson miss Grey. Mrs. Mary Tucker. Mrs. Erie Whitley and miss Dorothy Cross. During the Busine s session it was voted that the build have charge of Flowers for the sunday worship services during the month of april and that they also be in charge of refreshments for the Young Peoples sunday night meeting.1 during Hie same dont ii. Refreshments of a salad plate were served during the social hour. Miss Dorothy Cross will be hostess to the group at their next meeting on the first monday night in april. A a a have Circle meetings a review of the old year and prospects for the new year were discussed at each of the Circle meetings of members of the women a auxiliary of first presbyterian Church who met yesterday for their lust session of the Church year. Mrs. O. W. Dillahunty was hostess to nine members of Circle one at her Home when the program was led by mrs. H. A. Scutt twelve members of Circle two met with their chairman. Mrs. W a. Dobyns with the program in charge of mrs. Hettie Meade. Mrs. Mattie Allen entertained 13 members of Circle three together with three visitors. Mrs. In b. Harrison auxiliary president mrs. Warren Allen and mrs. B. J. Allen. Eagle scout Newcomb with seven members and mrs James h. Bell presided Over mrs. Vance Dixon entertained 21 members of the woman a society of Christian service of Lake Street methodist Church yesterday afternoon at her Home when she also was hostess to four other guests mrs. Edith Epperson mrs. Robert Mclafferty mrs. T. W. Neal and mrs. J. E. Golden. Mrs. Bates sturdy was program Leader for the afternoon using As her theme. A Hast thou not assisting mrs. Sturdy in presenting her program were mrs. George k a a Shanks mrs. Bert Mayo and mrs George Stilwell. Mrs. W. L. Green presided Over the business session and closing prayer was Given by mrs. P b Jarrett. Refreshments were served during the social hour. A a j stringers have daughter Sergt. And mrs. Harold Stringer Are the parents of a daughter born sunday March 4, at Blytheville army air Field Hospital. The baby has been named Sandra Gale. The stringers whose Home is in Hoxie. Ark., Are living at 817 Chickasaw Avenue while he is stationed at the local Airfield. One visitor present. Tile meeting opened with joint repetition of the lords prayer followed by the devotional by mrs Ted King. Mrs ebb Carson taught the lesson and the closing player was Given by mrs g. C. Hawks. Eighteen members of Circle three met with mrs. C e Wilson. Mrs. E e Stevens gave the devotional and led the group in prayer before mrs. Harry Fritzius led them in a discussion of the Royal service program to be Given at the Church next monday. Mrs. Roy head gave the closing prayer. Mrs Kendall Berry was hostess to 15 members of Circle four when mrs. Shields Edwards also was a guest. Mrs. J. J Cookston rave the devotional and mrs. C. E Johnson led in prayer. Mrs. Theodore Logan taught the lesson and mrs g v. Daws gave the closing prayer. Mrs John Payne entertained to members of Circle five with the opening prayer Given by mrs. H. A Brooks and the devotional by mrs. M c outlaw mrs Walter Bishop was in charge of the lesson and is. John Buchanan gave the losing prayer. A social hour followed each of the programs. Have program meeting mrs. Hugh Whitsett Wras program Leader at the meeting of members of the woman a society of Christian service of first methodist Church held yesterday afternoon at the Church. Theme of the program was a the devotional was Given by mrs. Whitsitt followed by several Organ selections played by mrs Coleman Stevens or. Miss Julia Limbrici. Executive Secretary of Chickasawba District of the american red Cross was guest speaker for the afternoon telling of the care returning veterans will need during the social hour which followed. Refreshments were served in the recreation room with hostesses Foi the afternoon including mrs. Whitsitt mrs. John Featherston mrs. Emma Burney. Mrs. B. F. I Ger. Mrs. M g. Goodwin mrs. W f. Mcdaniel mrs. John Miller. Mrs William Dolen mrs. R. C. Lane and mrs. Toby Long. Mrs. W. L. Smith of Wheatley ark., was a guest at the meeting. The business session and the pro Gram was led by mrs. F. B Joyner. Miss May Dixon and miss Era Wright were hostesses to seven members of Clesle four last night entertaining at tile Home of mrs. M. O. Usrey. Four visitors attended this meeting including mrs. Usrey. Mrs. C. M. Gray mrs. Harvey t. Kidd and mrs. L. D. Chamblin. Refreshments were served at the conclusion of each of the meetings officers for the new Church year will be installed at next mondays meeting at the Church. Bits of news mostly personal or. And mrs. James Hill jr., returned yesterday from Shreveport la., where they spent the weekend with friends. Mrs. W o. Kiebler of Enid okla., who has spent the past two weeks Here As the guest of her sister mrs. W f. Brewer and or. Brewer left yesterday for Nashville term., for a visit with relatives there. Byron Morse spent the weekend in Hattiesburg. Miss., with his son Lieut. Byron Rhodes Morse and family who Are living there while he is stationed at Camp Shelby. Or. And mrs Loy Eich and son Tioy Allen spent the weekend in Gulfport miss., with misses Gail and Lois Eich who Are attending Gulf Park College there. Miss Mayne Jean Bisk spent the weekend in Memphis with her sister mrs. Jewel Gowen and her Mother mrs. Luna Bisk. She went Down especially to see her new Niece Eugenia Louise Gowen. Major c Little is in Memphis with mrs. Little Aho is undergoing medical treatment at Baptist Hospital there. Miss Molly guard of Elizabeth n j., arrived yesterday to sex and a two weeks vacation with her parents or. And mrs. J. L. Guard. Lieut and mrs. Donald h. Day spent the weekend in Memphis where lieutenant Day has entered Kennedy general Hospital for treatment. Mrs n. J. Neal of East Prairie mo., is visiting Here As the guest of her daughters mrs. George Stilwell and mrs. D c. Freeman and their families. Melbaline Pryor daughter of or and mrs. Paul Pryor is ill at her Home on Chickasawba Avenue mrs Cecil James of Greenfield ten who has been the guest for a week of miss Marjorie Warren and her parents or. And mrs Fred Warren returned yesterday to her Home. Osceola society personal Ter Joan of Houston Texas have arrived to make their Home Here with her sister mrs. R. N. Marshal and or. Marshell while her husband is serving in the Navy mrs. Harry Driver is visiting her sister mrs. Harris Parks in Union City term., where she went last Friday. Mrs. Parks is recuperating at her Home after having Bren a patient in Campbells clinic Memphis suffering from a broken leg. Mrs. Dorothy Chitwood left saturday for Sikeston mo., where she will make her Home with her grandparents or. And mrs. M Jewed. She was accompanied by her sister miss Suzzanne Caldwell who spent sunday there. Davis p. Travis photographer i a with the Navy. Is pending a 30-dr.y leave Here with his wife and two children and his Mother. Mrs. Floyd Travis after 14 months service in the South Paoli in. He will report to Pensacola at the a a a conclusion of his leave. Mrs. R. J. Gillespie entertained 30 mrs Arthur Nelson and Daugh guests with a dinner party Friday Ter. To Nan of Vancouver wash., honouring mrs. Eugene Maxwell a i Are visiting her parents or. And or and mrs. Parks Crews Are the parents of a son born tuesday at Blytheville Hospital. He has been named Carl Mallory. The Crews have two other children Nannie sue 13, and Linda Lou who is eight. A a a or. And mrs. Otto Davenport entertained at their Home tuesday night in Celebration of their 30th wedding anniversary when guests included members of their immediate family. Two sons Billy of the Navy and Edgar who is with the army both of whom Are overseas were unable to attend. Randall Hawks son of or. And mr1-. G. C. Hawks received the Eagle scout award at the court of recent Bride. The House was decorated with vases of White Gladiolus. Mrs. Joe Cullom jr., of Wilson and mrs. Hay Mann of Dundee miss were the Only out of town guests. A a a mrs William Dane Fergus and infant son Taymond Scott who Hon a Field in by t in \ die t Ulin have been visiting lieutenant Fer january a member of the boy scouts for Gus in flirt Worth Texas for the past few weeks returned Home Osceola Man receives wings As army Pilot of a b�?ol0uks t0 wednesday. Blytheville hoop 38. R a Cartwright hits returned from Miami. Fin., where he spent several weeks. Mrs. J n. H. Woodruff of Detroit arrived Friday for a visit with her daughter mrs. Roy Carey Lawrence son of the Rev. Chism and or. Chism and mrs. L. T Lawrence of Osceola Lieut. John r. Little of Geneva received his wings As a Pilot in the neb. Was the weekend guest of army air forces sunday at Stock miss Betty Jack Millican and her ton. Calif., where he has been in parents or. And mrs. J. L. Milli de going training at Stockton army can air Field. His father attended the graduation. Read courier news want ads. Mrs. A. L. Boyce Here. John Thomas Dillard and Eugene Thorne both of whom have Bern attending naval training school at Norman okla. Silent last week Here with their parents. Or. And mrs. Roy Dillard and or. And mrs. A. E. Thorne. And a2 and b2. Good through March 31. Stamps c2 through 02. Good through april 28. Stamps h2 through m2, Good through june 2. Stamps n2 through s2, Good through june 30. Sugar Book 4, stamp no. 35, Good for five pounds through june 2. Another stamp is scheduled to be validated May i. Home Canning sugar up to 20 pounds per person will be available March 15. Shoes Book 3. Air plane Stamps i 2 and 3. Termination Date not set gasoline 14-a coupons Good for four Gallons each through March 21. B-5, c-5, b-6 and a to coupons Good for five Gallons. Meetings a special meeting of Chickasawba Jodge no. 134, f. Ai a. Will be held tomorrow night. 7 30 o clock at the Hall. The second degree will be conferred it was announced by h. R Alkin worshipful master. Ration Calendar meats fats Etc. Book 4. Red Stamps q5 through s5, Good through March 31. Stamps t5 through x5good through april 28. Stamps y5, z5 and a2 mrs. Hugh Allen is in Corpus throu8h d2 Good through june 2. Christi Texas where she was Call Stamps e2 through j2 Good through cd last week by the death of her june 20 brother in Law. Processed foods mrs. Max Frauenthal and Daugh Book 4, Blue Stamps x5, y5, z5 at the hospitals Blytheville Hospital admitted Jack Slaton Holland to. In. N. T. Wade. City. Mrs Clarence Howard City. 4 dismissed mrs Etta mar Hurley. Steele. Moroy French City. Mrs. Thekla Steele Manila. Walls Hospital admitted Lee Latham Osceola. Mrs H. Johnson City. Charles Mills Luxora. Mrs. Howard Mccormick land to. Mrs. Bernie Neal. Steele most in to Hazen Steele mo., a daughter yesterday born to Sergt. And mrs. M. F. Votzi City a daughter this morning. Dismissed Shelly Wilkerson Keiser. Mrs. Walter Day City. Mrs. Murl Walker and baby Steele to. Memphis Baptist Hospital admitted Alton Braden. Leachville. Miss Cliffie Webb City. Hol Burdette club meets the Burdette 4-h club met monday with miss Inez Kincaid and d. V Malock in charge. Miss Geraldine Pierce song capt in. Directed the group in singing a discussion of the treating of Cotton seed was held by the boys.1 urn the girls discussed the making of aprons. Errors Are corrected due to typographical errors in yesterdays courier news it was reported that total amount of funds received from Sale of tuberculosis Christmas Seal sales was Only $6.-088 66. Whereas the Correct figure should have read $6,898.66 total sales in the Osceola District. Of which mrs. R l. Nailling of Osceola served As chairman or Quot and mrs. Cd r. Uld Haw Bren reported is $2. 443 20. Instead of $87.99. Miss Reichel initiated miss Mary Reichel. A student at University of Arkansas Fayetteville recently was initiated As an Active member of Kappa pm Honor Art fraternity. Miss Reichel is the daughter of or. And mrs. F. G. Reichel. 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