The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 13, 1944 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, October 13, 1944
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bLYTIlEyiLLE (ARK.), COUKIER NEWS leefr Baker Is Bride j Of F:.0;Alex:N. Raeburn I The ~ marriage of'Miss Kathleen I Baiter, dau'ShXcr or Mr, and Mrs. i lt<sn Baker of Blyflievllle, to Flight S Officer Alex N. Raeburn of All- iquipps, - Pa,- and Maxwell Field. {Ala, uas solemnized Sept 30, at i Maxwell Field. ) chaplain Martyn D Kecler of ( Mtwtieir'Flcld solemnized the double Jrlng ceremony in the chapel at Ihe field, at 5-30 o'clock In the afternoon. The bride wore a' Cuo piece suit ipf navy blue wool with n \\bite £flploilse-and navy -accessories JHer gcorsage was of white gardenias, ffi Miss Mary, Frances Nlashburn of SMonlgomery, served as maid of hon- m>r She was dressed<ln olive green jS>'en'clce;i> with n-ishoulder corsnge jiof white~ca~fnatlons.' Lieut. George. E. Larson of Max "Field, served' flight Officer as.;-best man. Mrs.-Raebuni was graduated from 'Blytheville High- School and: has' Stem employed /orj the past -two Sjears at Blytheville Army All Field !§• Flight Officer Raebiirn' was born gin MUsselburg, Scotland coming to S'Alo countrj with his parents v»hcn ea child. Tlie son .'of Mrs. John C- KRaeburn and the;late Mr. Racburn got Allquippa, he attended Carnegie, glnstltute of Techhology : in Pitts" ijbufg', He was graduated from Bly- athevllle Army Air, Field In Septem- sber, and Is n6W-Undergoing B-24 g transition training at ^taxwell gField, where he and hts b..clf i.ow 5are making their home |Has Birthday Paity jj Atme Hlndmaiy daughter of Mr. jjand Mrs. Charles' Hindman, cele- £}brated her 10th birthday v yesterday g afternoon fit-.the home of i her par- Hcnts on'West Hearn Street, when Hshe entertained 20'boys and girls si with . a weiner roast. » Halloween hats \\cre given each g child as favors, while the birthday Former Local Man Is Married Sunday CS Interes'l in Blytheville, former hoir.e of the bridegroom,'Is the an Icake , chocolate, iced with the houncement of the marriage of Mrs. Elsie Woase Harrington, daughter of J. E. Wease of Para- gbuld, tp Jeff Holsnd, nlso of Pftra- gould. i The ceremony was performed Sunday afternoon at the home of the bridegroom's sister, Mrs. H. Henry Goodloe und. the Rev. Mr. Goodloe, in Balesville, Ark. Mr. Roland, who Is now In the automobile business" in Paiagould, lived in BlylheVllle.for many years n-hcrc -he owned nnd;opernted a largo shoe store. ^ •'*,», Mrs. Banistel- Is Hostess- Mrs,-E.R. Lancashire is a new number-of the Thursday Contract Club, playing with Uie 'group yesterday at their (list meeting pf the Pall season. when Mm. R. u Banister entertained at her home on West' Main Street. Guests ht the , parly . included • Mrs. Hunter Slnis and Mrs. Miirvln Robinson. Dahlias and roses decorated the rooms used for entertaining, while the centerpiece for . the dining table, where th6 two course Iluich- eon was' served, was a crystal bowl of roses,' " : .. •" • High score prize for the afternoon . was won by Mrs. H, W. Wyllo and second high by Mrs. Henry Humphreys. » . - • • Octette Glut Entertained Vases of red and white roses formed an attractive background for tlie. small tables arranged In tlie living room of Ihe Marvin NUnn home . yesterday when Mrs. Nuhn entertained members of the Friday Luncheon Club, which now will be known as the Octette Club. Following luncheon, bridge was played for several hours, with high score won by Mrs. Nunn and second high by Mrs. R. C. Rose. v • • Ben Hall s Adopt Baby Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hall spent last weekend in Little Rbck'where they adopted a nlne-monlhs-old baby boy. .Tlie child has been nnmcd Rlch- nrd Dale.- v . • Hnlknredn. colors of, black g orange. R^rh£ children spent se\ oral hours "Tuaylng on the' pla>giound f-''the Hindman yard, jFoitnightly Club Meets J Mrs A M Butt and Mis S P J Martin are iiiew members of the | Fortnightly Club, a group of eight f v,omen who meet once every two j weeks for luncheon and an afternoon of bridge Yesterday Mrs. Butt was hostess to club members and one guest, Mrs. Herman Cross, entertaining at hci home on ;West Main'Street. . , Luncheon was served at the dln- i IrigStable; which was.centered with 4.~«' f bowl;ofired radiance roses,,while C.Talisman-ar,d J ra_dlance'- roses 'v-ere iL'sed to decorate the living room where bridge was plajcd during the afternoon "" ' M 4 ' 11 I I in High score prize nent to Mrs M 'MlSS 'Hubbard Entertains G Goodwin and second high to Mrs \ :M liicmbcrs • ot lhe Thursday Night Club attcndcd'the party given last night for that group by MlEs'Mlldred Lou Hubbard, who entertained at her home on West Main- Street. Roses arid'chrysanthemums decorated the entertaining rooms, and the hostess served a salad course with iced'drinks at the conclusion WCTU To Fight Vice In State Seven-Point Program Outlined At Annual Convention Thursday , Ark., Oct. 13 (UP)— Delegates to the Cfilh annual convention of the Women's Christian . Temperance Union of Arkansas have adopted n seven- point program for fighting 'vice within (he stale. flic program, adopted at the closing session of the meeting at nusscllviUe Thursday, Includes these points: . • 1. Vigorous co-operation with oth- > agencies to spread repeal 'work under ;inltlatccl , Act No., l. .2.. ' Continuance of the fight against strong liquor on a national scale; .. • 3.- 'Encouragement of fuller and stronger steps to enforce the mill-' gambling Inws in Arkansas, 4. , Co-opertiUon of local WCTU unions with social agencies in determining causes of juvenile delinquency Hiicl In seeking workable plans to combat the situation 5. Opposition to military conscription of young people jn peace lime. 6. Support of a marriage law to safeguard against hasty and Ill- advised marriages by 'requiring reasonable time to elapse between Issuance of the license and performance of. the ceremony, . . T.'Co'-Opcratlon with other church women in observing World Community Day Nov. 11. Elected president of the group was Mrs. -Lewis S. Talley of Rus- acMvlllo. Other officers elected wer p Mrs. D. N. Melsehhlmcr of Springdale, first vice president; Mrs. Sam O. Logan of, Prcscotl, ' recording secretary; Mrs. L. W. Strozler of Little Rock, corresponding .secretary, and Mrs. A. S. Watson of North Little Rock, treasurer, Mid-Week Club Meets Mrs. Godfrey White of Osceola was 'a,guest of Mrs. W. U Horndr yesterday when she entertained members of liie Mid-Week Chi!) At their first party of the Pall season. Flowers from tlie garden of the hostess formed a colorful setting fir the small tables In the living room, where a two course luncheon was served: • • ;,•• [ . ii High score prize for the nftcr- iipon' bridge , gamcfi-.-was -awarded Mi r s.;;;Allb)-cy...; C6n*ay, *- and Mrs White was presented with a gift. At tlie Hospitals Admitted: WnLls Hospital Odes Brooks, Rt. J city Mrs, 0. L. Stockton, HI. 3, city. Mrs. I>. c. Crawford, LeachVHIe Dismissed: < . .< ^^ John West; Horncrsvllle, Mo^^ Blythevlllc Hospital Admitted; . • Mrs. Luther Quails, city. Andrew Pries, St. Louis. Dismissed: A. R..king, city, C. C. Freeman, .city. Msriiphis Methodist Hospital Admitted i' ' .Mrs. Homer .Corbin, .Caruthei-s- le.vMO.v r '. s i .;:.,'-, .1 .';••. •• . •- Mcrilphis< Bniif'ist Ho'spli.-ii, ; \dmltted: ;. . Rufus Street, Osccoia. Edgar Hood, Joiner. Mnrtln. Celebrates Birthday Because La Neal Sudbury was sewn years .old jesterday she In„ vited 20 of her young friends to a - party- ar the home of her pirents, I Mru.arjd__Mrs, Harold Sudbury on % West Cliickasawba Avenue. Games were played for several hours and the Halloween holiday wa r : »-emembered in the favors of black and jellow hats and whistles presented..cach child. Birthday cake and ice crean ; were served late In the afternoon. [ * " * } Mrs! Svviggait Entertains £"Mrr"J d Swiggart entertained "members of the O N.- B Club Wednesday night st her home, when Mrs ,C ;B Kettinger became r... new member of Bunco jirrze went to MJTS. Byron Nail, Mrs J F Nolen and law to Mrs swlggart A salad course ulth iced drlnij J v;as served of 'the gariics. . score prize , went to Miss Virginia Martin and second hlgn to Mist Prances McHnncy. WOMENMij Do You Hate HOT FLASHES? ! 11 you suffer Jrom hot JloshcS, tec} wenk, nervous, a bltsbiue at times —Ml duo to tho lunctlonnl "cilddle- *B C " period peculiar to women—try LVdln E. Pihkhatn'B VcBctnfcto Ootn- i>ound to relievo t\tch Bymptoais. Mflde especially tor women— i! helps nolitrul Poll6w labal ulreettonB;. •1 MARGARET'S " BEAUTY RHOP 1M 8. rtrrt - Phone 2532 Bring (it Yot."' Beauty Problems Modtra Equipment Eipett BttntlcUns DANCE im-< vy ni-v •*- - . -. . -Tfanrsday — rnday — And Saturday Nighb • 9:30 to 1 (TClock In the Beautiful Blue Room of the HOTEL NOBLE 6Sc . g_' ^ y*--- ^ _ \ * Mrs. DALTON C. FOWLSTON, B. A., M. S. M. ORGANIST nnd TEACHER ' • PIANO — ORGAN and VOICE Former New York Orgnnlst and,Teacher For Appolntnicht •.••'••' Write Mrs. Fowlston lloi Chloknsawba or Phone 2M9 If you attend the Men's Bible .Clnas of the First Christian Church Sunday—you will'lenrn something OF JESUS' UNDERSTANDING OF MAN. He needed not that any one should hear M-itncE.s concerning man; for he, himsclff, knew .what was iii man. Since the earth provides sufficient, food for nil, is it now possible for men to set up a practical system of more equal, distribution? Should this be included among post-war plans? Attend Sunday School Sunday and hear these subjects discussed. MEN'S BIBLE CLASS First Christian Church Sunday School .9:30. A. M. Morning Worship 10:50 A. M. We Invite You To Be Witn Us Sunday First Christian Church filh & Main R. S. BAIRD Minister PHONE: Hcs. 2189 Church 214S SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS, SHOP Mn. t . » (KM) « DtUrer AnywJwr* «WM Ottec* BHf, Bits of News Mostly Personal Mr. nnu Mrs. Harry W. Hnlnes left this arternoon for Chicago where they will spend a week. Mr. nn<] Mrs. ttall S, Urniison mid daughter, Ml&s Jnnc Branson, litivc gone to New Orlcniis, Ln, wlicrc they will riltcnd the graduation o( their son, Cecil Branson, tomorrow at Tulnne University, when no will be commissioned a lleuteii- nnt In tlie Army Medical Corps.' Mr. and Mr. R. L. nnnlstcr spent today in Memphis where Mr. Banister consulted his specialist, C. C. Langtton Is spending nev- ffa! days In New Orlcniis, I.n where he Is nttciuiUiB a flood control inectlna. • Mrs, C, P. Tucker and daughter, Mlcs-Lynctlc Tucker, spent today In Memphis. • Mrs. E. P. Blomcycr has returned from Dundee, Miss., where she r.piiii 11 week with her daughter, Mrs. Hay Mann nnd family, having gone down especially to be with her granddaughter, Becky Sue Manu, who has been very 111. The child ii much improved now. Mrs. n. p. Klrshner and daughter Miss Nancy Klrshner, spent today In Memphis. ' We. Cleatus Kimes, son of Mrs. Stillle Kfnics, has returned to Camji Barkclcy, Texas, after spending his 10-day furlough here with relatives Lieut. L. E. old Jr., who Is stationed, at Ctimp Plckelt, Va., will arrive tomorrow night to spend his 10-dny lenvc with Mrs. Old, and with Mr. and Mrs. Jesse .Taylor. • Joins Merchant Marine After Serving In Navy Eighteen months service with the Nnvy In the Southwest Pacific would be enough to satisfy the patriotism of most men, but for Law- I'oncc Garner thnX's only the beginning. : ; Mr. Garner, son of Mrs. !l3ellc darner of Blytheville, received his medical discharge from the Navy on July 2i,.,nnd will leave 'within the next, few days for Gnlycstoii, Texas, where lie will enlist in • the Merchant Marine. ;; FAiroutc to Galvcslon, Mr. Qafner, will visit his brother, pfc. Hershell Garner, who Is with the AAP 'strj-' tioned. at a Texns airfield. , ' ; FliJDAY, OCTOBER 13, 194-1 Joncshoro Minister To Conduct Services - ' f Tlie Rev. J. Albert Ofttliu of Jonesboro, superintendent of the Mclhodlst Churches In the Jones- bo™ district, will be In Blytheville Sunday for Bcrvlcts during the ('ay und evening. lie will be guest speaker at the regular irorning service at Lake Street Methodist chcrch nt 10:45 o'clccfc Sunday morning, and will •hold Ihe fourth quarterly conference at that church Sunday afternoon nl 2:30 O'clock. At 4 o'clock Sunday afternoon, :hc Hcv. Mr. Gntlln will hold the lomlh quarterly conference nt the Yfuforo Metlvxllst Church, and will be Ihe Kue;:t preacher at the. evening services mat night, 7:30 o'clock, at First Methodist Church when he Rlso will hold the qilar- teily conference nt that church. Decision On Land Deed Appealed To High Court UT1LE ROCK, Oct. 13 CUP) — An appeal Irom H decision by (he Gonton County Circuit Court declaring a deed to land void because It was not delivered until nftei the death of the person'mak- ing tlie conveyance 1ms been filed with the Arkansas Supreme Court. The lienton circuit court:upheld the: claim of 1 Daisy Ellen Woolen, wlio claimed the property by. 1 in- iic'rlcniicc from John Van liuss, a Tcxnn. .1. D. Vnn Huas sued, claiming lltlc under n deed discovered after the assignor's death. Coming Events SATURDAY A.A.U.W.. meeting with Miss Mar- Jorle Wnrrch, 3 p. m. pillions *T - *8Rt : , A FEW DROPS OuTckly Relltve eis cf HUD COLDS1 prompt, effcclTvo relict from rtls- tress of head colds with Va-lro-nolf Works right where trouble is to reduce congestion — sootho irritation — make breathing easier. Also, helps prevent many colds from developing if used In time. Try It I Followdlrcctlonsinfolder. Continnoni Shows Everj Diy Box Office bpeits 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 " ; I-J8TEN TO'-KLON ft!/ : T '-.a'...'v.,* Jn : : v -; ' L^'V : ROXY H»tlnMj But. A Son. Onlj Op«ru ench night 8:45i «l»rti Opens 8una»j.l:00; 8t»rt» 1:1« C«nHnnoBi ghowi Bat. »ni Son 'tula NIfbt Every NUht Excet Sttarttj. > tun* honored on Ibe Koxj. Last Time Today Sultan's Daughter Ann Corlo A Cluirles Bulten'vorll Selected Slinrts Saturday Fuzzy Settles Down with Buster Cr.ibbc Serial, "Haiders of Ohosl Clly" Xn. and Short Con. Showing Sut'day liOO to ll;3i Sunday and Monday Last Time Today Home In Viillfir Hrcmran & l.on McAllister Pnriimouni News and. Selected Short Subjects ..: Saturday 'he Grandest^ ng of;. 7 unsters| Jver;, i Corralled! Yes Ma-am! IUS HAS I ^~^ "• ^ ^« ^» i^^^ • Famous "Chipfoan" Feather-weave, HigkTwist SHEER CHIFFON HOSE The hose that rivals Nylon for sheer beauty in two exquisite neutral shades—Nude or Suntan. 42Guage96c; 45 Guage $1.01; 48Guage$l.08 (TWO PAIR TO A CUSTOMER) flaJr.ul SttoVn Ptoy by Paul Gonjettn • Dl cltd by K\v Icndcri • Picduecd by JoeV fier Serial—"Dcscrl Hawk" 13 nnd Shor Con. Shnwins; Sat'day 1:00 (o H:M Sunday and Monday Fox News and Short Contlnnom Shovrtnt Sun. 1:15 to j .,« touisf ALLBRITTONiV- RAY_EBERIE o»d H, OttktiuaJSj' Paramount News and Shorts Contlnnoju Showlnj; Baa. lilS t* H LADIES PANTIES Alt Elastic Waistband $1 per Pair Sheer Black CHIFFON GOWNS Lace Trimmed, High Bodice 6.75 Liulies Beautifully Tailored Leather Jackets 15.75 Boys Pure Gum Coats Sizes 6 to 16 ' 5.95 Men's Long, Belted Horsehide Jackets 17.50 GLOVES F ° r Al{ th Men's Brown Jersey 24c Ladies' Brown Jersey 21 c Men's Good Canvas . 20c Men's Good Leather 89c Men's Genuine Rockford /Ve/sori WORK SOCKS Per Pair 15c-20c-25c Beautiful Flowered Parasols Plastic Handles 5.75 One Lot Oil Cloth White or Colored 49c yd. Slake Your Own! Absorbent Toweling 29cyd. Ladies Shimmering "White RAIN CAPES or COATS Zcfon Treated $5 Scientifically Treated CHICK DIAPERS Limited Supply 2.50 per Doz. Boys 57'A Wool Melton Jackets 3.50 Boys Wool & Rayon Mackinaws Belted Sixes 8 to 16 8.75 Men's Best Grade Pants & Shirts Sanforized Khaki Shirts 1.90 Pants 2.44 Genuine "Hull" POTTERY Per Piece $1-1.59-2.75-3 85 All Kinds DISHES—Sets, Odd Pieces—Also Ovenproof! One lot STEW PANS—White Enamel 49 C White Enamel BED PANS 2 75 9 It. PICK SACKS—8 oz. Duck -" ; ] & GOOD DUCKING for Repairing Pick Sacks yd 35c Pure White NURSE'S TWILL, for blouses; Uniforms, etc. yd 50c High Grade OUTING . . yd25c Men's "Hanes" Winter UNDERWEAR suit $1.50 Kiddies' Outing Sleepers 1.39 Boys Part Wool Dress Pants Sizes 6 to 16 2.50 Dress Up Jimy Alls For Little Bovs 1.95 Good Grade Double COTTON BLANKETS 1.98 Beautiful wool & rayon BLANKETS 3.75 to 8.50 Dainty Damask Luncheon Cloths $1 - 1.75 - 2.50 See Our Assortment of GJFT GOODS! One of the finest Selections In Blytheville! YOU'LL BE PLEAS AM LY SURPR/SfD WHfN YOU SHOP FRITZIUS' 2017 W. Main Phone 2637

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