The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 16, 1944 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, October 16, 1944
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fAGE^TWO BLYTltEVILLE <ARK.).COURIER NEWS MONDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1D44 S. S. Class Party Given Coming Events TUESDAY Mrs: Rljey B. Jones entertaining f Mis. J. c. Ellis Sr,, teacher o( Ihc Tuesday Bridge Club. i V. C, Sunday .School Class ol Uic Bridie CJut) meeting with Mrs. pnuna Noli A. Misj Frances Little : entertaining Double G Club. Mrs.'' J. Orahom Sudbury entertaining Club Eight. . la Ncure Club meeting with Mrs. John R. McDonald. Maple Grove Cemetery Association ' meet ing \vlth Mre. W. M. Burns, 2:30 p. m. Executive Board of Lange P. T. A. meeting at school, 2:30 p. m., followed- by general meeting, 3 p. m. WEDNESDAY Town nnd Country Club meeting ivitli Mrs. J. C. Ellis Sr. Mrs. Harry Kirby entertaining Wednesday Bridge Club. G.N.B. Club meeting with Mrs. Clyde, Eldrldge. Mra< J. E. Stevenson Jr., entertaining A.D.C. Club. Central Ward Parent Teacher entertaining with informal- tea at the home of Mrs. H. \VY Wylle, 3 to 4 p. in, THURSDAY Mid-Week Club meeting with Mrs. H. H. Houchins. Miss Nancy Klrshner entertaining Thursday Night Club. Mra : C. W. Afflick hostess to the Thursday Luncheon Club. FRIDAY MrsT R, A. Copeland entertaining C. B. :c. Club. Chapter "R" ot P.E.O. meeting with :Mrs. Murray Smart, with Mrs. Lloyd'.'Etickmon as cohostess, in. 1 P- Mrs. Claude Stewart entertatn- In? Initial club. SATURDAY Mrs. George Darhani and Mrs. J. C. Ellis Sr., entertaining with parly for Mrs. Lloyd Ward Jr., from 3 lo 5 o'clock, nt the Ellis home; Recent Bride Honored Al Formal Tea Saturday Mrs. John C. McHancy III, who was Miss Rulh Oldhain before her recent mnrriaye to Tech. Sergeant McHaiicy, was guest of lionor Saturday afternoon when Mrs. L. L. Ward, Mrs. George Bsrlitirrt and Mrs.. J. C. Ellis Sr., entertained with -n tea shower nt Hie Ward home. Tlie fifty guests who were invited lo call between the hours of 3 and 5 o'clock, were received by the bride! Mrs. John C, McHaney Jr., mother of the bridegroom, Miss Franjes McHnney, his sister, and Miss,Iris mighcs. , Vases of roses were i throughout the entertaining rooms, while pink carnations in a low bowl|nf cryolite glass, formed the cente'rpiece, for the refreshment table, -k- V-K r-f, .- '; v ," ' - Miss McHaney, nssistdd by Miss Hughes' and Mrs. C. A'. Tarit, prc- stdct^at the dining tnble, where hot .tea and & variety of snncl- \viches. nuts and cakes were serv- Mrs. McHancy K'as presented with an assortment of gifts from the guests who attended the nffair. ' Faught Is Honored Mis. P. B. Jarralt entertained yesterday afternoon at her home in special compliment to Mrs. W. J. Faugh t. Guests Included 15 members of the O.R_A. Birthday Club, Mid one guest, Mrs. Parker Cassl- " riy of Catrbn, Mo. Plrst.'Christian Church, entertained 1C members ot thnt class Saturday night at her home at Barflcld. Games were played for several hours, and the hostess, assisted by Mrs. C. A. Taut, served refreshments of sandwiches, cookies and iced drinks. » • • Mrs. Reynolds Entertains Mixed garden flowers decorated the home of Mrs. Ebb Reynolds Friday afternoon when she cntcr- latneil members of the Initial club for their weekly .bunco party. High score prize went to Mrs. W. S. EfiKtburn, bunco tp Mrs. Herman May, and low td Mrs. Lane Novell. A sandwich plate with iced Urinks was served* • • • Dinner Parly Is Given Mr. and Mrs. Clarence 1J. Wilson cnU'rtiiliied last night with an Informal dinner honoring their ton, Billy Wilson, who loft this morning for service with the Army. Only the family and most Intimate friends of the guest, of honor were Included among the It guests. Dinner was served at the dining table, which wag centered with a crystal bow) o! rosebuds. Following dinner, the evening vas spend in Informal "visiting." • • • )orothy Brown To Wed Mrs. Mary Brown of Slcele, Mo., las announced Uic engagement and approaching marriage of her laughter, Miss Dorothy Brown of Blythevillc lo Luther Brown of yiu'iHhersvllle, Mo, Plans lor the wedding will be announced later. Miss Brown attended Holland High School and now Is employed at the Barksdalc Manufacturing ompany in Blylheville. Jonesboro Church Group Attends Meeting Here Members of the Intermediate Christian 'Youth Fellowship of the Jonesboro Christian Church were guests of the Blythevillc Fellowship yesterday for an all day meeting. Arriving on the morning (rain from Jonesboro, they were taken "to the home of Mr. ami Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe, where they were served with light refreshments before going to the church. Each guest was presented with n tiny boutonnierc by their hostess, who is tencher of the local group. Following .Sunday School,,nnd church services, tlx/grouptite lunch'*con nl.tho home of Dan Wallace, 620 Cliickasawbu, nnd nt 3 o'clock they held their own worship service at the church.'They returned to Jonesboro on the 5:30 o'clock bus, Those making the trip included Sue Cabc, Patsy Duke, June Green, Peggy Jean, Johnson, Fayc Ellen Frnpps, Ted Holllngsworth, Wayne Vaughn, Jimmy Khnbell, Gerald Wilson, their sponsor, Mrs. Cecil Berry, all of Jonesboro, and Peggy Grlgsby of Osccola. Two-Tone Toppers KV KI'SIK KINAIU) " NEA Staff Writer NEW YORK.- The costume look Is played »l> in almost every winter coat nlisu'cring to the name, and a sure-fire trick for putting Dial effect across Is" to use two-color combinations. For cotne-oji colors' centered at the top, lup-ranking designers use bright' fuclisln, American beauty red, pinky beige and aquamarine, for receding colors settled quietly at .the bottom of a coat, they use black, and navy blue and brown —mostly black. Many of these two-toned coals are fur-trimmed—with unobtrusive collars nn ( ] culfs of Persian lamb, civet cat, nutria, beaver, mink, fox and opossum. But even those that arc unfnrrcd arc jam-packed witli costume interest, achieved by means of dramatic styling, color excitement, good-looking bell.s of xaddlc- (From An;cric«r. Wool Coi:r;ciiJ stitched or nail-studded leather. The two dramatic new themes featured in two-toned coats are tile sporty lumberjack style, Moused over 11 skirt as slim as an arrow, and the buUle jacket style, which is a light-colored top set at Die hipbone line to a skill that flares out from a belted waist. Examples of both trends are the tivo I'hillip Mangone - designed coats shown above. The lumberjack style at the left combines n beige-colorud woolen top with a black woolen skirt and is trimmed with saddle-stitched black kid belt and kid buttons. The battle jacket influence is seen at the right in the coat with the pinky- beige top, zigzag-stitched wilh black, which is set on n black skirt and is trimmed with black Pcr- -slini lamb collar and cuffs and a nail-studded black belt. Bits of News Mostly Personal To Become Air Hostess Miss Juanilfl Reda White, formerly in' training at the Blylhevtlle Early chrysanthemums decorated Hospital, and who later completed the entertaining rooms of the house, | her nurses training In St. Marie's Hospital In Detroit, Mich., has join- d the American Air Hostess Corps, nd will report this month to Los Angeles, Cnllf., for training. Miss Wlilte is the daughter of Mr. MI,| Mrs. G. B. Allred of Osceola. while a large white birthday cake formed the centerpiece for the dining table, where a three course dinner was served. The cake was decorated wilh four candles, denoting the.four years of the club's existence. Following dinner, Mrs. Faughl was presented with a miscellaneous assortment of birthday presents, and the guests spent the afternoon in informal entertainment. Mrs. Lucy Evans became a new member of the club at yesterday's party. Informal Tea Will Honor New Teachers At School Central \Vard Parent Teacher As- rociaiion v?ill entertain with an informal tea Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. H. W. Wylie, pres- iclent\of the organization. Gl\'en to introduce the new teachers in Central ward, the affair will replace the regular meetlog held each-month at the school. GUests will be received at the door, by Miss Sunshine Swift, principal of Central Ward School, while members of the hospitality committee will • serve. This committee !s composed of Mrs. Matt liona- ghsn, Mrs. Baker Wilsou, Mrs. W J. Wunderllch and Mrs. James H Bell. Miss Winnie Virgil Turner, city supervisor of the clcmcntar. schools, will preside at the refreshment table. , Tiie tea will be given between the hours of 3 and 4 o'clock. Osceola Soldier j Aids In Routing Enemy In Italy Pvt, Floyd W. Durham ot Oscc- wn,s member of n .ride pla- on of Hie 88th Infantry Division lich recently attacked R sizeable icmy force on the Flflh Avmy out in Italy, killing SO Germans id routing the others from their trenched positions on a strategic II. In wiping out the German op- ositlon, Uic platoon enabled ils ii.ttallon to advance on other ob- clivcs. Private Durham, son of Mrs. 'line Suavely of Otceola. was one I the platoon which swept the cnnnii positions with mncliiiie- un fire in n slow, tortuous proems with every advance achieved i the face of overwhelming odds, fflcial reports disclosed. At The Hospitals Blyllicvlllc Hospital Admitted— Christine Lewis, city. Myrtle Smith, Portageville, Mo John Hughes, cily. Miss Anne Dcen, city. Nira Myla Camper. O.sccola. Dismissed: A. R. King. Burdelle. Mack Henson, Yarbro, Mary Ellen Hal), Manila. Mrs. J. C. Tripp and baby, cil} Mrs. Gernld Henley and tab) city. H. M. Lambert. Porlagevllle, Mo Wills Hospital Admitted- Bobby Donohuc. Holland, Mo Dismissed— E. Rodregez, Luxora. Eugene Garrett, Steele, Mo. Ocorgc Donaldson, city. Floyd Eteel, Honicrivil'le, Mo. Memphis Baptist Hospital Admitted- Mrs. H. E. Sanford, I.uxora. Mrs. D. M. Mcore, Osceola. MONEY CANT BUY ajipiritv faster-acting, inoro depcndnbU than Genuine puro St.> Joseph Aspirin wotkl i largest wllcr ot lOf. \Ybj- imy more? Big 100 tablet size for only 35f Osceola Society—Personal Mr. and Mrs. fien Butler and ton. Gene, spent the weekend in Norman, Oklo., as guests of Ben ntitlcr Jr., sramaii- flr;.( class In the Navy, now stationed there. Mr. and Mrs. Butler were accompanied from Faycttcvllle by Miss Patty Green of Biytheville,' senior at the university (here, and Gene, captain of the Osceola football team, went over by plane, after the football game. Mi«s Marcella Neko returned yesterday to her home In St. Louis lifter a vliit of two weeks here as tin; Kiitst ."<( Capt. and Mrs. Carl E.'Halley Jr. She was accompanied !ioin« by Mis. W. C. Cates who will spend a week In St, Louis with Mrs. Ray Nclsc. Mrs. Byron Morse has gone to Litlle Rock to spend several days i:s Die guest of her son, William, who is attending University of Arkansas School of Medicine Iheic under the Navy program. Mr. and Mrs. E, M. Hegenolil had at. their gucsUs last week at their home at Armorel, Mrs. Itaymond Cotiic-r, Mrs. Charles Brail and Mrs. Ralph Robinson, all of Wilson. Mrs, Robinson Is a ,'ixter of Mrs. Rettenold. Miss Lillian Shaver spent the weekend in Jonesboro and Ixach- ville us the guest of friends. Mr.s. H. L. Harp has returned Iroui Shrevcpoi't, La., where she .'lient several .days with her son, Lieut, John Harp, who has- been stationed at Dark.'.dale Field.•Lieutenant Harp left Friday for over- licu.s duly with the Army Air Forces. Pvt. R. J. Scott arrived Saturday from Las Vegas, Ncv., where he has been .stationed, for a visit here wilh his wife and three children, and ills ptirenU; Mr, and Mrs, R. G. Scott. Private Scott will report to Tampa, I'la., where he will complete ,))is training ns nil n,erlal gunnel 1 . Mr. ami Mrs. Lloyd Ward spent the weekend in Hardy, Ark. C.ipl. and Mrs. Gtvwge B. Curry spent yesterday In Ms.ldcn, Mo., at tile siir base there where Captain Curry was stationed prior ^o being liautfeircd lo the local field. . Miss Ann Dccn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Smith, underwent an emergency appendectomy Saturday night nl Blylheville Hospital. Major J. M. Walls, who Is stationed temporarily ul Foster General Hospital In Jackson, Miss., spent the weekend here with his family. He recently returned to the United States nflcr nine months overseas service in the Pacific war theater, where he served as head of a hospital unit. Mrs. Earl Wlmbcrly of Hnyli, Mo,, spent Friday here with friends, coming especially to attend the funeral of L. A. Cothrcn. Mrs. J. W. Dunn Jr., and son, Jimmy, of Union City, Tcnn., will arrive this afternoon for a brief visit with her mother, Mrs. Pearl Hires. ;Mrs. F. L. Ijusband left this morning for u week's visit in Hot Springs and Little Hock. •Sergt, and Mrs. Glenn Dcvore are here for a visit with his aunts. Mrs. Herman Walpole and Mrs. Ebb Spradlcy. Sergeant Devore, who recently returned from 28 months *i'crsca;;,service in.the South Pacific, will'report lo Miami, Fla.,'for reassignment. Mrs. Walpoic and Mrs. Spradley also had as their guests yesterday. Lieut, and Mrs. Russell Dcvore and children, ot Norman, Okla. Thud Vance, petty officer 3-c in Ihe Navy, arrive^ Saturday night (o spend a so-day leave at-Armorel with his parents, Mr and Mrs. Arthur Vance. Mr. Vance has just returned from 13 mouths active duty in the Pacific war zone, where he participated In several major engagements, , Mr. and Mrs. Jack Yo'uiig of Hop- klnsvllle, Ky., are spending the week here as guests of Mr, and Mrs. 1). jr. Holt and family. Miss Molly Guard returned by plane last night to her home In Elizabeth, N. J.. after a week's visit here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L, Guard. She came particularly to serve as a bridesmaid In the wedding of Miss Ladye Margaret Craddock to Lieut. Eugene Early Jr. Miss Donna Wunderllch, whp Is attending Miss Hutchlnson's School In Memphis, spent the weekend .here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs W. J. Wunderllch. Major and Mrs. c. J. Little have as their guests' for several clays, Mr. and Mrs. Thrace Katnsey of Osceola. Mrs. Jesse M. White and children, John Charles and Molly, and Mrs. Alice Womack, spent the weekend in St. Louis as guests of Mrs. Raymond Fowler and children. Mrs. Fowler Is Mrs. Womack's daughter, nml n sister of Mrs. While. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Crafton anil daughter, Betty Alice, and Leo Crafton, all of Conway, Ark., have returned home after a visit wilh Mrs. S. P. Crafton am other relatives. ' MLss June Bradford of Little Rock Is visiting here as guest.of her sister, Mrs Rosco Crafton and family. Burdette Soldier Wounded In France Pfc. Jack King of Burdclte, wounded In France In July, 1s now much Improved. Seriously wounded, the 19-year- old son of Mr. and Mrs. Marcus M. King, immediately was removed to a hospital In England. Making rapid progress, hU last letter told of his having had an eight-hour leave from the hospital. Meetings A meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary will be held tomorrow night, 8 o'clock, at the hut, Mrs, C. S. Baggetl and Mrs. Eddie Burks will serve as hostesses. Steele News Pvt. Harry Jenkins, who has fclatlonetl at Camp Leaf, Vi .ly. White of Nashville, Tcnn. , Slate president of the group Is t Daniel Orant of Ouachlta College. spending his )6- ( lny furlou 6 h here sm^h'o? Ih^unlm^t 8 ^ tM "* r ° e £ ^^"•reSef 1 ^^ « ^5 S ^ sE^»r ^ wasl1 " -S-'cin^i's- 1 !:^- Pfc. Friday J. K. Burden to spend his Jr., arrived 21-day fur- riiuu>- ID ajju-Mu jnf, ii-uuy jur-j Tile first Union regiment lo loujh here with his parents. He is,to'lhe front In 1801 fully couliv ct aHf\*tnA nt A4 It nil nil I?J nl r I T ^i,.. n.lil-, ...^ir^_. _ .. i ^ ' • stationed at Mitchell Field, Long Island, N. Y. Mrs. Elton Heathcock has returned to her home in Detroit, after a week's visit here wllli her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John B. Anderson. Mr.s. H. W. Ellis and daughter, Ruth, and Mrs. H. W. Tucker and daughter, Mary Elizabeth, have returned home after a,visit in Pa- ilucah, Ky., with Mrs. Ellis' mother, Mr.s. W, B. Gibson. Mrs. R. H. King of Little Rock, and Mrs. W. J, Ward Sr, of St. Louis, have returned lo their homes niter a two-weeks visit will) Mrs. John Frame. Jerry Dillard, Jerry Hamra and Johnnie Franklin, all students at Die Battle Ground Academy In Franklin, Tcnn., were here for a weekend visit- wilh their parents. Baptist Student Union Meeting To Attract 500 MONTICELLO, ArkvOct. le (UP) —Some 500 college students representing nine Arkansas colleges are expected to attend the annual state meeting of the - Baptist Student Union at Monticello Friday through Sunday. Principal speakers will include Secretary Edgar Williamson of the State Religious Education Department; the Rev. Keamie Keegan of Longvlew, Texas, and Mrs. Kel•NEURALGIA- WOMEN T E ST PcMcum Jff/tf This Waif HlirMdMonMlneU'lnTf" ifiumbotHl rv ~ rCV linger, l^injc iLtuva iirovc Mneollnta hlRh fliuiUiy. JJoolliw diaper raaJi. cJiaflnc pcrniwa fctw! nilooi Vunio. S£. ruiu llio big triple she only I0f. 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