The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 10, 1944 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, October 10, 1944
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BLYTHEVILLB ,<A«K.). COURIER-NJ5W8 TUESDAY, OCTOBER 10, 1944 Coming Events WEDNESDAY D' o eellnp m Mrs. r. Wednesday Bridge Club Mrs Sanford Shelton entertaining AD.C Club Murray Siale College and Peabody College in Nashville, Tenn. She has taught at Arkansas fjtatc Col- 'illlam Lausbe 1 p m !efie iu Jcwsboro, Mississippi state E Black eirterlainlng 1 Ccllege for \yomen, t'olumbu.';, arid ,-,_,^. «,..._ Limestone College, Gaffney, S. C. Lieutenant Faught was graduated fiom Arkansas State College ifc n i~f,\J I/A MM Town and Country Club meeting with Mrs."James B. Clark. Mrs J L Terrell entertaining Friendly. Seven Club. Sudbury Parent Teacher Association meeting at school, 3 p. m., preceded bj executhe board meeting, 2 30 p m THURSDAY Miss Mildred Lou' Hubbard entertaining Thursday Night Bridge Club Mid-Week Club meeting with Mrs W L. Horner Mrs. R, L. Banister entertaining Thursday Contract club. Fortnightly Club meeting with Mrs A M Butt Mrs. Marvin Nunn entertaining Friday Luncheon Club. Fidelis Class of First- Baptist Church having steak supper at home of Dr. Edna Nies, 7:30 p. m. FRIDAY Mrs. R. A. Copeland entertaining C.B.C. Club. Initial Club - meeting with Mrs. Ebb Reynolds. Mrs. J. c Ewlggart entertaining G.N.B. Club. , Beverly Jeanne Tharpe " Becomes Officei's Bride Announcement was made today by Mrs" G W Sniith of the ma'r- iriage of her niece, Miss Beverly 3 Jeanne Tharpe, to Lieut John L. James of Oklahoma City, Oklri., 1 and Fort Bragg, N C The wedding «as 'rternnlzed Sept 3 in Bennettsville S C, with Judge John F Kumej officiating. The bride foi a Fall dress 'of Line crepe with block accessories j.ind. a shoulder couage of pink . rosebuds Her onlj ornament was i n strand of 'pearls. Mrs John A Love o.f ra>clte- \ille, N C, cousm of tile bride, i was hei onlj attendant She \\.ire i ,i frock of blue wool and a corsage of red. rosebuds. Lieutenant Lo\e served Ueuten- , ant James as best man '' Mrs. -James was .graduated from Blytheville high school in 1943 aiid 'Ince tlint time has been employed at the Slate Welfare Office' in BJylbeillle Lieutenant James was graduated from Oklahoma Cltv schools, and later attended the UnKeisiiy of Oklal'ima in Tulso i They; now are making their home in Fayetteulle while Lieutenant James is stationed there. ' * * * - M\ s. Afdick Entertains j Complimenting Daughter Mrs. w. R.' Hartlgan of Decatur, Ala houseguest of her parents Mr. and Mrs C W Afflick, \\as complimented last night when her mther entertained 12 guests \vith a bridge narty at he Afflick home 203 North Tenth Ro=ts and other Fall flowers Mere arranged throughout he entertaining rooms of the house High score prize m the bridge games played WES awarded Mrs Robert Rublee, ;>econd high to Mrs .' Mell Brooks Jr, and low la Mrs. Gene l.angan Mrs Hartlgan also was presented with a gift : Iced drinks were served during Hie game and a dessert course vith coffee at the conclusion of the evening * • • Lieut. Bethany Faught Mai lies Kentucky Girl | The mcrnage of Miss Martha jLou lasslter, daughter of Mr aha ,Mrs Elbert A' Lassiter of Murray IKy, lo Lieut (j g) Bethany D' paught, USNR son of Mr arid 'Mrs William Paught of Bl>theville was solemnized Saturday afternoon' Sept 30 at 2 10 o'clock at the rome of the brides parents in Murray. i Tlie vows were read Before an jimprovised altar in the living ;-oom, formed of ferns and pink 'gladioli, flanked with branched 'candelabra j, A prenuptlal program .-jf music •was gnen by Miss Miriam Mc- lEliath' and Miss Mary Frances jMcElrath, tccomp^nled by Mrs 'Roy s farmer, who also pla>ed a .medley of musical numbers during Ine exchange of vows ''"' The,bnde, who \vas given In marriage by her fathel, wore a two piece suit of delft blue wool with rn off-the-face hat and other accessories In navy blue Her cor sage was of pink rosebuds I An fnformal recenlion was held j'mmedyiteli following the cere- jmcny, • and Lieutenant and Mrs JFaughtr left later in the afternoon Uor their wedding trip before going *.lo Fnnidence, R I, where they will make their home while he 'is Rationed there ' ' Mrs , Faught 1$ a graduate of BHd later received tils Master's degree from Oklahoma A^ & M. College in Tiilsa^ He taught at Arkansas Slate before becoming supervisor of farm security wjlli headquarter^ In Ultle Rock. He enlisted in the Navy In January, 1942, end returned: last moiUh to the United States after 21 months In Hawaii. : Mrs. Hughes Is Hostess Mrs. Joe Hughes entertained members of the Woman's Auxiliary of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church last night at her home. Mrs. J.'D. McDowell presided over Ihe brief business session which was devoted to discussion of plans for the coining Winter's work. Following the business meeting, members worked on the stuffed animals which they ore'offering "for sale. Mrs. Hughes served refreshment during the social liour. *'*''» Program Meeting' Is Held Members of the Woman's ,SOT clety of Chrlstaln Service of Hrst MethoUlst Church met yesterday afternoon at the church for 'a program meeting with Mrs.' G. W. Pyles as program leader. Ihe devotional on the topic, "Call According to His Purpose", was given by Mrs. S. 13. Wilford, followed by several musical selections by Mrs. J. Mcll Brooks Jr. Mrs. Pyles, whose program loplc was "The Indln", gave a talk on the work of Dr. Clara Swain, medical missionary to India Mrs James Hill Jr, president of the- organization, was in charge of the brief business session Mrs. F. W. Kiniird became a new member of th e yesterday's meeting. During the socinl hour which followed the program and business, refreshments were served by the Bits of News Mostly Personal Mr. arid' Mrs"." Loy Welch spent Sunday In Memphis. Lieut. Wallace Smith left yesterday morning for his new station nt Plant, Pin,, ncnr Tampa, where he is lo .bp stoljoncd for further training after haying been eradunt- cd last week at Midland Army Air Field, Texas, as a bombardier-navigator. Lieutenant Smith spent'sev- eral days here with his mother, Mrs. J. P. Smith and his sister, Mrs. Sam Slkcs. Joe Ftnmpy, pharmacists mate 1-c m the Navy, arrived here Sunday afternoon to spend 30-ddy leave will) MIA, Rnmey. Mr. Hamoy returned to the Stales last month after more than two years over- sens' service in the Pacific war zone. L. p. Chamblln left Sunday morning for Booncvllle, Ark., where he will be under observation nt the state sanitarium. Lieut, (j.g.) victor Ivy, who 'is stationed at Philadelphia, Penn., Is spending his JO-dny leave here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Ivy, Miss Jane Branson has arrived home from Booncvllle, Ark., where she has been undergoing treatment Miss Elllle Guy 7homas of Gren- nda, Miss,',' I? spending several days here as the'gucst of her aunt, Mrs. Lillian Thomas. ' Mrs. t. C.' Johnson and children, Mary and Richard, returned yesterday 'to their home in Dexter, Mo., after a' week's' visit here' with her sister, Mrs. Graham Sudbury niid family. Mr. and Mrs, C. V. Sebaugh returned yesterday from si.' Louis, where they went by plane Saturday morning' to 'attend the 'two final gnincs of the world r.eiies. At The Hospitals hostesses for the afternoon, who included Mrs. Pyles, Mrs. Paul Pryor, Mrs. Harry Kirby, Mrs. B.' F. Klger, Mrs: Ray Hall, Mrs. George A. Hamilton, -Mrs. G. G. Hubbarci and Mrs. Jesse Webb. .*•*'? S S. C|ass Party Given , Mrs. Walter Bishop, lenchcr of the Gleaner's Class .of First' Baptist Church, entertained Ihe class with B, "party Insl night at her home, when officers for the coming year .\yeie elecied and in- Blythcvillc Hospital Admitted: Eugene Cable, city. Mrs. Lois Worrell, Holand, Mo. Mrs. Mary D. Levan, city. Horn to Mr. and ' Mrs. Herbert Hubbarci .Brown, elly, n daughter this moi'n- ng. ilstnlsscd: Jack Talley; oscepla. C. L. Bin-field, city. Walla Hospital dmittcd: Virgil'ivy, -Holland, Mo. Taylor Steel, Hcrmondale, Mo. Mrs, O. If.' Kirk, city. ' Virginia HenEa»i city. •Ismlsscd: " , • Mrs. Joe aving was elecied as president, with the following officers elected to serve with her: Mrs. J. ' W. rinyder, first v|ce president; Mrs. James T. Westbrook, 'second vice' president; Mrs. pharles Ray Ncwcomb, "third vice president; Mrs. VV. J. Wu'nderlich, secretary; Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon, treasurer. The devotional was given by Mrs. E. B. yVcadsoii and the games which were plr.ycd .during the M>- clnl hour were directed by Mrs. O. M. Morgan. The hostess, assisted by Mrs. Ewing and Mrs. J. p. Friend, served a dessert course at he conclusion of the evening." Roses and other Autumn flowers decorated the entort.ajnlng roonis of the home. INTERNATIONAL AGGREGATION «»Mu>""" 100 AC1S SSSsr:;; SHOWS , ^Jj» « . a t o T M t 11" " J BlythevillettlS Fairgrounds ; DON EDWARPS - "The Typewriter Man" , ROYAL, SMITH, CORONA, AND REMINGTON PORTABLE I TYPEWRITERS ' • • rfl j 118 N. 2nd STREET ••-;•-.-•• (Every .Tnnsactton SJusl B« ' E ii EXPflKSEp NVITH FLOWERS fiddle Jpc Whittle, city. James nolln, Holland, Mo. Mi'5. Sewcll Goldberg and baby city. . • *' Mrs. Bill aillespie, city. Memphis Baptist Hospital Admitted: ' Mrs. James Edgeworth, Kelser. Mrs. Mollie Si>eck, Prcncliinan's Bayou. Memphis Methodist Hospital Admitted: ' Peyton Mcaiiows, osccola. Meetings A men's meeting and pot-luck sup)>cr will be held Thursday night, 1:15 o'clock, at" the Lake Street Melbodlst church, it was announced today by Uic Rev. Ii a i es Sluj'dy pastor of the churc)).' The Rev. 7Jiomas B. Smylhc Jr, |;nstor of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, will be the (jn'eil speaker at the supper, ami 'will give a talk on his experiences. .while serving as a missionary among;- the Indians In -South Dakota. . ' Tlie' public is Invited to, attend the Rev. Mr. sturdy stated.. Tire Dealers Must File Sept. 30th Inventories All tire dealers. in Arkansas arr, required to file their Inventory as of Sept. 30 on blank 'forms 'which have been mailed ' out ' to all dealers,' 'it was announced today by tlie District Office of Price Administration at Lltfle Rock. ' "" Sellers who have not received "the inventory report forms are advised by. the District OP A 'of flee to write nt once to tlie' OPA' Inventory Branch, Emplre'State Building, Nev; York (l), N.' Y. and request'' Form R-17. Tlie report of stock on hand ocpt. 30 Is due now, OPA snid. OourlBr nen W»nt Adi. NOW SHE SHOPS CASHANDCARRY M^' hov " P "'^^ 1 B«ek«hB" WOMEN "B pains, loas o||}cp"ai|ii cneriy cetllDp un ntgtil& , 6ft-clling, puffincM under the eyes nit « aC n' C * ^i "' 1I 'I'J'e3. Frequent or scanty j'j«i.igc3 n-uii Bjnartmn rind burning ROme- PiJT 011 ' 1 'V'' 1 ' ^^ yoiir ' !ril PC'? l ^r Duan'a tlio 15im!oa of kidney tubca°JUiah but rail'nh* ou, ^(fl / rom your bloodj Get Dain^rS'" HOT is your age betrayed by If you —like so many women between the ages of 38 and 52— suiter from hot Hashes, nervous tension, are weak, tired, cranky, n bit moody at times—all due to the functional middle age period peculiar to "women—try Lydln E. Plnkhnm's Vegetable Compound to relieve such symptoms. ' For almost n century — thousands upon thousands of women —rich and poor nUke^-have reported remarkable bcneflls. In fact many wise women take Plnkham's Compound regularly during this period to help build up resistance against such symptoms. 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Get it today, ft's wonderful I Mother's Friend helps taltig'ease and cotntoit to • expectant mothers, M oTII e'n ' B pffTEND, an exquisitely prepared emollient, 13 useful In all condl- tlons where a bland, mild anodyne mas- sago medium In tkln lubrication Is de- Rlrcd. one condition In which women for more thnn 70 years Imvoused Itlsnn appllcfttlod (or massaging the body during pregnancy.. .It-helps keep the sltm »oft pnd pliable...thus avoiding unnecessary discomfort due to rtrvncRs and tightness. It refreshes and (ones the Ekln. An Ideal ranssajo nppllcnt'Ion for the numb, tingling or burning.senna- tlone of the skin.. .Jor the tired back muscled or crump-like pains In the legs Quickly absolved. Delightful to use Mother's Friend HiKhty pruiscj by ujera, many doctors and nursi-a. Just ask uny druggist for MollierY friend—thy skin lubricant. Try'it tonti;^t ATTENTION There ivill be a Rummage Sale on Kasl Main, Hlytheyille, Saluriluy, Oct. M for the bciiclil of I.une Oak ^ Methodist Church. Visit Ibis sale for real bargains. Sponsored by Mrs, \V. E. jVIoreland .. Mrs. Jim Fields BINGO PARTY THURSDAY OcM2, 8 p. m. American Legion Hut PIHZKS: Chickens & Other Food Products Admission 35c ,' Sponsored by American Legion Auxiliary ^MARGARET'S ^ BEAUTY SHOP ,: 1*4 0. rinf ?<! Phone 2532 i ; 1 .... |K Bring Us Your ft Beauty Problemt Jif,> Modem Kqolpnient ),:.", Eipert Beanllclana ' Cpntmaoiu Showi Erery D«y Box Office Opens 1:45 .Show Starts 2:00 tISTEN TO KLI7N If UL li:ii un. 4:M i Tuesday & Wednesday JEAN GABIN The RI[8)!"i»BO«r tiitsnn Fmsnstus J.UMtl Ut, - : : £ UNIVERSAL PCUJRE IE Selected Short Subjects. Also Championship Football Game, AVashing- ,lbn Redskins vs. Chicago Bears EOXY M»tln«» 8»t. 4 6on. Onlj Opens each night 6:45; it»rt» ', Openi 8ond»r 1:00; BUrta 1:11 Showi B»t. ani Swn. Every Nlfht ' Tuesday & \Ycdnesday Double Feature I'A tup* m J lotilnpoon* ilted ihort«nloB S:A ' S Baking Powder as old Royal ,;., GEORGE SANDERSw'rru'nM sm I Was Framed irith Michael Ames and Julie Bishop Selected Short Subject Costs only CONTAINS N9 CREAM OF TARTAR! "? *-P?M 1*-OZ., tt-OZ. AND S-li.' CANS WEI NW COOK IOOK w»ha4dtihto«,mi«i „«!,„',. w ,ii. l» Slan<! 0 ,J Branil Inc., B.x 499, Oro^d, n l Anntx Pun For AH! TABLE TENNIS SETS $175 Top-notch recreation at home . . . adds life to parties. Com. plctc set includes 4 warp-resisting, sand-faced paddles; 4 official size table tennis ballsj cotton mesh-net imd ujjudlabla brackets. Men's LEATHER JACKETS Regularly 73.95 Men's RAINCOATS Regu/qr/y 7.95 5' 5 Ix>ads Of Fun! BIG, WOOD WHEELBARROW $L89 Just like dad's. A big, easy-to- push wheelbarrow to thrill' every husky youngster. Jlada of rugged hardwood to stand hard knocks. Natural finish, no paint to rub olf. Nearly 3 ft. long. It's A' Hit! TINY TOWN THEATRE S9c It's new! It's different. Uses overhead lisht to focus on screen. Daily comic strips provide the "film" . . . ],nve new films'^ every day. Gaily decorated theatre has cutout patterns for the interior. Ladies Beoufy-Woven RUGS Rubberized, Non-skid! SIZE 24x48 Was 6.50 - - - New 3.95 SIZE 32x58 Was 9.95 - - - Now 5.95 CREATIVE CARTOON DRAWING SET 59c Quiet fascination for the houi* before bed. 21) cards of heads, arms, bodies that fit together; blimps, planes ami scores of other sketches. With tracing Xj[ pad, crayons, pencil and eraser. DESERT FIGHTER TANK PULL TOY 79c Every young "General" wants one of these big, husky tanks; for his daily -'battles". When pulled it lumbers along making a clicking sound like gun- lire. 12" long; of sturdy jvood Romac THROW RUGS Size 20x40—Was 2.95 Now-- KOLGAS, Coal HEATERS Regularly 49.95 S'culpturettes! NINE DOLLS ONE FOOT HIGH 59c Ready-cut anil colored figures of soldier, sailor, marine, aviator, nurse, WAAC, WAVE, war worker, and farmerette. Children easily assemble dolls by matching numbers on pieces. GO COMMANDO! Young Patriot Navy Invasion Set 59c Invade by land, air and sea' Watch your young "general 1 mold the heavy cardboard cut :! outs into a strong armada o; 11 moving boats, planes, tanki and guns for many thrill Backed landings. Marble Top KITCHEN TABLE Regularly 18.95 GOOD/ SERVICE STORE 410 West Main v Telephone 2492

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