The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 17, 1944 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, October 17, 1944
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GOUKlEJIt'NEWS ' ' >- WEDNESDAY a ,T<HVn and. Country Club meeting "uth Ws, J C Kills Sr • Mrs Harry Klrby entertaining Wednesday Bridge Club GNB Glub meeting with Mrs Clyde,Eldrldge. ' Mrs J. E S(e\enson Jr, entertaining ADC Club 'central Ward Parent Teacher Association entertaining with in- 'ormal lea at the home of Mrs H W W>lic, 3 to 4 p m . THURSDAY Jtfid-Week Club meeling with Mrs H H Houchins , Miss Nancy Ktrshner entertaining Thursday Night Club. ' Mrs. C. W. Affllck hostess to the ^Tiursday Luncheon Club, a Mrs.,'Jnmes'.Elslander of Driver .'entertaining with dinner at Hotel •Noble' honoring Miss Charlyn Mc- I-cod and her fiance, Lieut. Donald H Diy - Pathitndei Class .->! Fiut Meth- "odist Chinch meeting with Mrs Leomid Johnson at 316 Noith •Fifth Street,.'--7:30 p.. in. FRIDAY Mrs. R. A. copeliind entertaining .C. B. C. Club. Chapter "N" of P.E.O. meeting with -Mrs.' Murray Smart, with Mrs. Lloyd'-'.St'ltkin'on as cohostess, i p. m. Mrs. Claude Stewart entertaining -Initial Club Mr nit Mrs George W McLeod and': Miss.-'Jane McLeod entertaining \\llh rehearsal dinner for members of the, McLpod-Day wedding p-arty < : ^ SATURDAY M r rs George Barnaul and Mrs. J C. Ellis Sr,'entertaining with party for Mrs Llovd Ward Jr, from 3 .to, 5 o'clock, at-the Ellis home Charl>;n McLeod To Wed LieutrDonald H. Day Mr and Mrs George W Mr-Lcod announce the engagemeni and ap- pQffchmg marriage of their da ugh- ter|.;Miss;Charlyiv Allan" McLeod, to vLleut. Donild Haroltt Da 1 of Blytheullo Aimy Air Ticld, and Darlington, Mil •file wedding \\lll be solemnised Sunday afternoon, 4 o'clock, til Fust Methodist Church with the Rev S B AVilford, pastor of the church, offfciatmg, ' t ^ r Tlie ^bilde-elect was graduated from Blytheville High School and for, the>pBst three jears has been employed as bookkeeper nl Guard's Jewelry, Store L'lputenant Day, the "son of Mr aiid'Mrs i Samuel Wilkins Day of Darlington, was graduated from Dublin, High School, Dublin, Md Pnor-to his induction. Into the Aimy Air Forces he was employed as dec jcricgl,engtarferfor the Philadelphia Electric- Ojmpany at> Conowinga, Md^He>has»been stationed at the local 'field as instructor since his graduation here n Ma\,.1943 Mi si McHaney Is Honored At'-Paity Yesteiday Mrs.'John O McHanej III, the former Mro Ruth Oldham, again vas t complimented when Miss Fiances Little,entertained with a coca- cola ,pirty yesteidaj afternoon 6 o'clock, at her home on West Main Street: "*•• Roses'and other Autumn flowers were arranged throughout the entertaining rooms shore the 16 H ° ld Meeting At CKurch ; Members, of the Women's :„„„„- iary ,of first Presbyterian Church met sestci-dny, afternoon at-1 the church when Aifs. Z^\, B. Hah-lson, Auxiliary president, iyta In charge of the business jvjKlon of the meeting Regular ': > reports:' .were heard, and plans- we're made for the group to dp some special work on Thursday of Oils' week for the American Red Cross Camp and Hospital Council Plans also were formulated- for .the all-day mission Uudy 1.0 be held next Monday at the. church. -•,.-.. -, •'. Mrs. Jpssc M.-Whlto was program leader for the day, with the program topic, "Home'and Harvest." She was assisted in-conducUng her question and aiiswcr program '. by Mrs.,W. A. Doby'ns, Miss Emma Knife Richards, Mrs. 'Harrison null Airs. B. R. Lancashire. Meeting Held Yesterday. A meeting of, the'.Woman's Society of Christian 'service" of Lake Street Methodist church was held yesterday nt the church when Mrs. Entes Sturdy gave the devotional, which she cl'-iscd with prayer. Mrs. O. J. Roilgers taught the lesson. ,on "Woman's Division of Christian Service . Fourth Annual Report." , , ' . .., .,: Mrs. W. L'.'Green, .president, was In'charge of the uusliicss session when plans were made for the observance on Oct. 30 from 11 a.m. to 1 30 p. in., of the Week of Prayer. The 13 members present w'Qre dismissed with prayer by Mrs. Ivcrson Morris. Cncle Meetings Are Held • Circle meetings were: held.yester- day by members of the Woihnii's Society of Christian Service of First Methodist Church, who met '- -in homes of various members.- ' .... Circle One 1 met with Mrs. J: Mcll Brooks Jr., wltii : ll members' nnd Qiie visitor, Mrs. J. Moll Bi-oQks Sr.V in attendance.'' Mrs! B. A. Lynch, who is giving, a series ot-tnlks oh women of the Bible, spoke to the group on tlie topic'of "Pharaoh's Diughter', nnd Mrs.. H. W. Wyiie gave the study course on "Quiet Talks on Prayer." - /'•• • Sight'members of Circle Two met with-Mrs. i-D. F. ; Kiger, when -Mrs. G. W.Danicison gave the devotiohnl. Mrs S E.. Webbwas'hostess to 10 members of Circle Three, whcn-tiie devoUonnli-glvcn by^Mrs. J. G.'Sudbury, was followed by n talk by Mrs.' J D Baiksiiale on the topic of "The Los Angeles Church of All Nntions.". Mrs F (.JEj; Black cntertalheii 1C members 6r;C!rcle Foftr:"rit''n liirfch- con nt her' home, following which I Mrs G w. .Pyles'' was in 'charge of I the study,course. ' ' • '- Tliirteen members.of Circle Five met with, Mrs..,H. B. Oakes, .with three visitors also present. Mrs.:Max B. Held'presided in the absence of tho circle chairman, and Mrs. F. W. Klnard became a new member of the ' group. Mrs. ' Williarii Wyatl taught the study course. : Mrs F G. Lackmnnn entertnined se\en niLmbcrs of Circle Six, with the study, course taught by Mrs L B Baker. •.'..-• A message -'from the. president, Mrs James Hill Jr., was rend nt ench of the circle meetings, and a Mrs. McHaney was presented with the libsless a gift in hei crystal pattern by her hostess Mis* Little, assisted by her mother, Mrs.' Tom A. Little, served coca-colas and assorted party foods Maniage Is Announced Announcement has recent!) been made of the maniage of Miss Ellen Gober, daughter of Mr and MM E N Gober of Grcenbner, Tcnn to C L Nichols Jr, of Oak Ridge Tenn, son of Mr and Mrs C L. Nichols Sr., of Reiser, Ark, The marriage 'was solemnized June 4, 1944, at Rossville, Ga. • Mrs. Nichols is a stenographer for the Tennessee^ Eastman Corporation at Oak Ridge, where Mr. Nichols also is employed as a foreman for Die same concern. ' • • Mr. Nichols is a brother of Mrs. Leon Smith and Mrs. Harry Weedman,, both of Blythevjlle::-"-! .• -U ' • Birthday.' Parly Given • Bienda'-Lee Bailey, •• daughter 'of Mr. and : Mrs, Csmr-Bniley,' cele- trated her • third birthday ycslei-- day afternoon when she entertained; 24 of her young friends at a t her home on Davis Av.- Games were played and later the children wore entertained with childhood stories told by Mrs, Fay West, who assisted Mrs. Balloy. < After the Bifts brought to Hrcndu Lee had been opened, refreshments of birthday cake nnd ice- cream were - served, ami each, child was presented with a story book, wrnp- " 1 " 1 In Hnllow'ecn, paper. Baptists Meet At Church A Royal Service program was given' First Baptist Church for members of the Women's Missionary-Union, when the program was opened with the repetition of the watcinvoicls for the year leil by the president, Mrs. Ebb' Carson. Mrs.'Alvin Huffman led in ptaycr, mid-Mrs. Carson announced the cot- taEc prayer meetings which will bo held this week preceding the revival service which begins Monday at the church. . ' ' ' "Mrs.'-M.'C. Outlaw^ was the prograin: loader, with program topic announced -us "Glorifying the K\i\a Through.Our Cliiof' Alms." v_Mrs';. W.-.J. n'odgcrs. gave tho devotional.-on "Kingdom of Priests", by prayer-by Mis. E. E. Stevens,•• -... .;. Asslstlhe Mrs.-Outlaw In present- Ing her: program were Mrs. William Berrymarf, whose topic was -"Prayer";' Mrs..B. L; Hale, who chose the subject of "Study"; 'Mrs. John Buchanan who tnlkcil on "Tithes and Offerings"; 1 Mrs. Carrie QrlmmcU, whose subject was "Community Missions'^; Mrs.'Walter Bishop, "Mis- sionary'Education lor Young People";'Mrs. W. J. Hodgers,: "Guiding-Star." .--.-.' •' : Mrs. Paul Tipton snug two solos, "Sweet Hour of Prayer", nnd "Trust, Try'and .Prove Me", and Mrs. Carson closed the meeting with prayer. Complimented ; At Party Gene ; Richardson, who • left this morning to begiiv servicD with the Army, was guest- of honor last night wheii ills sister, Mrs. Toiii Brown, intertnincci with n family : dinner :)arly''at her home.oh.Soiitli Frank- ,-;Dihhcr.-.Vjijispv.yed buffet style to lhe';2y guests wlio'•attended'the in- fpiin'al phrty.r '•. -• •.••'. '.'•; ^FoJlowing.rllniter the honoiee was wcsctilc'tl' 'with:.tin assortment of ,'ifIs Jrbni' Ills' f(imi|y.- ; . , Baptist Young Women Meet -The. 1 .; Young : .iwomen's .Group of Calvary. Baptist,ChUrch jfliel last night .lit the'hoine ,of Miss'-'tuclnda Cole',' with 10 members, and , five visitors :i)resent.- -',; j : ; .' •:-.; ," Miss Mnrtlih"Philtt'was in charge of the program oii'''iM(ssion study." The piogrnm opchccr'wlth a soiig led by Mrs: Dovie McCain, ami Miss Cole gave the-Bible study, followed by prayer' by \lrs. ; Paul Burks. Talks were given by Mrs. McCain on "Prayer": Miss Learah McGhcc, ;Bits of News L Wtostty.Personal Mrs. Joe Alexander Jr., and daughter, .\Iary 'Van 1 , left yesterday for Miami, Fla,, where they will spend the Winter with Mr. Alexander, n seaman l-c in the Navy, who is stationed there. They were accompanied by Mrs. Woodrow Williams and son, Barry Joe. «'ho also will spend the Winter there. Pfc. Claude D. McGhce, who Is •Stationed at Abilene, Texas, and'his wife, who makes her home In Memphis, are here for a visit with Private MeGhec's parents, Mr and Mrs. Z. M. McGhcc. 'Mrs. Maurice/ Liiltrell, who Is making, her home in Baker.svillc, Ciillf,, while'her hiisand, Sergeniit Liiltrell is .stationed at nearby Mlntei- -Field, will arrive tonight for a visit with her parents- Mr nnd Mr.s. W. H, Heath, and her sister, Mm. P. A. Escarre and fnm- ily. She was met In Memphis today i by her parents. , - Tlie Rev. Harvey T. Kldd, pastor "Sludy these words while I fix of First Presbyterian Church, if; in TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 19<M Little Rock where he Is attending the Arkansas Sysocl which L? being held there .today and • tomorrow. 'Mrs. L. H.-Moore has returned from New York where .she spent three, weeks as guest of her daughter, Mrs. John Ben Bomiir nnd family. , J. Fnrrls McCalla, .teaman 2-c in the Navy, left today to return lo (July nt. San Francisco, Calif., after ha.ving spoilt a brief leave here with .Mrs., McCaJla and their daughter, Jennie. Wren. ,' ••Mrs. Fred Child is spending ri week In Memphis as. tlie guest of her sister. '• -. . ''00110111011 of Mis. Joe : Atkins, who 'underwent a major operation yesterday morning at i Memphis Methodist i Hospital, was satisfactory last nlfiiu. Mrs. Atkins was removed there'-Friday after having' been n patient at v/rdls Hospital here for 'several-days. Mr.-Atkins, who went down Sunday to be-with her, returned home- last night. - i 'Mrs. Bob Biirns and her sister; Miss- Blllle' LcBSctt, spent ypstcr''-' day in Memphis. : ' •''*• Hiyr,-i Fs.;j , Alexander t«tu):hcd yesterday morning to her Home in Walnut, Miss., after a week's visit here with her sister, Mrs. Mike Mcroney ami Mr.'Mcroney. There are more than 2000 honey- producing . plants growing in the ynited | States, .providing-bees, with ^ large variety' •' • ' ' -."->-• ''. ^ i:.;•",".-' '.f.'f ,J '.-.'i- I '. -., ,' ,l,e baby's oolde," Mrs. IJaisy AVilkinso,, K ic! nig her spelling class in a township school in Dane'-County, Wis, By NEA Servico MADISON, W!s.- Four-months- ol(j Howard Eugene Wilkinson''• is toucher's pet at the Steensiu'd school in Dane county, and though tlie teacher babies him shamelessly Ihc 18.pupils don't mind—because the teacher Is his mother It happened this way: summer 1 long the township board scoured the country- All school side for a teacher without success Mrs. Daisy Wilkinson, who lia<! don e some teaching before her mav- lingc, lived- with her husband and baby son on a farm just a half mile from the school. A week before school opened the school board, In desperation, prevailed upon Mrs. Wilkinson to sign a contract to teach as her share in the war effort. So every school day Mrs. Wilkinson rises before daybreak, helps to milk the cows, gets breakfast, tallies the 'bit by, 1 fixes the baby's bottle and her own lunch, washes News Of WACs, , ,,WAVES and SPARS Pvt. Vera S. Saliba, daughter "of Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Saliba of Blytheville, who has been- stationed at the Third Training Center of the Women's'Army Corps'at Fort Og- lethorpc, Gn., hns been assigned to the; WAG detachment at Camp Maxcy, .Texas. • - • i the breakfast dishes and dresses for school. She and-her husband-'pack their car with school books and papers, Jnrs with the baby's formulas, diapers, blankets, sweaters ami a folding baby carriage. Her husband drives -them 1 -to school, then returns to his farm work. From 9:30 until mid-afternoon ' Mrs. Wilkinson guides her charges through the three 'Rs', taking a few minutes off here and (here to feed or pacify : the bahy who lies contentedly, most of the time, In his carriage beside her desk. J884. .At The Hospitals • '• Walls Hospital- Admitted— / Mrs. J. M. Prcsnell, clly. Miss Elnorn Measure, city. Patricia'Ann Haynes,'Steele, Mo. Leon Hiilsman, Stceie, Mo. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Vancel Gentry, city, a ton yesterday afternoon. -• : Dismissed—•• Mrs. W. H, Haynlc, Armorel. Vv. Mrs. Walter Thurnwn, city. , Mrs. Corbett Stockton and baby, city. . • -i Odle Brooks, Rt. 3, city. • Bobby VDuheheiv, Stccle, Mo. niylheville Hospital Admitted— • Mrs. Robert Anderson, city. Born to Mr. and Mis.- Bill Dixon, Armorel, a daughter this morning. Dismissed: Jlminiei Bradberry, Manila. Mrs. Mary B. Levan, elty. Mrs, Busier,. Brown and baby city; '••• -.'• .-., ',. -.. . C. S. Ransbottom, city.' Memphis Methodist Hospital Admitted— >-.' -...-.-. •.-.-. Harriet Smith,-'Dyes,-. <.. Marilyn;,. Meadows, Luxora.-, Comrfen ' Wofiian 'faces Embezzlement Charge in, U. S. District Court at El Dorado on charges of embezzlement and false entry. The prosecution charges that Miss Xona Gilllsple of Camden embez- ?.lcd $4,878 from the bsnk while ilsslslallt secretary for • 'EL DORADO- Ark:', Oct.- 17 (UP) twSSSvS^SS —A former employe of the First 5£ ln - Au ldc l nini Federal 'Savings an'a'Loan -Associa- !? e , nu PP, tln B'"n tion of Cam den has gone on '.trial You'l-e Not- Too /Old T -F 1 ' 1 • lo reel This is a message -for: men" who have known life-but-'rib longer"find It thrilling because of the lack of certain vitamins' nnd- Hormones. Tromone, a recent'medical- discovery combining"-, vitamins •' and ^hormones may multiply .the'vim' anrl zest and enjoyment you'-once"knew. Your whole approach, ;• your' 1 ' "whole attitude toward life|- may : Improve when you begin 'to use Tromone'. Now it may be possible- forrniddle aged men to .again enjoy! the" same spirit,- Vitality and pleasures- that made their youth a-thing' to remember. Added years may' hot sub' tract from your pleasures when you „, „ ... ... use Tromone, the new medical for- rie Bureau of Animal Industry rimln combining vltamins'an'd 'hor- of the U. S. Department of Agri- moncs. Follow' directions':' ori:label culture was founded--on May 29, Tromone for sale by Robinson Drug Co. and druggists everywhere.- Quick': relief from tie Bniffly, 'srieczy, stuffy distress'of head colds . Is what you want. So try Va-trornol-n few. drops up each" nostril -to reduce congestion Va-tro-nol also helps prevent;many colds from developingif used in time,Try It! Follow directions in folder. ..,-........ . VICKSVATRONOL GUARD'S JEWELRY & OPTICAL STORE Tithed: Mrs. Emily Five .dollars and fifty cents wns contributed by thegroup 'to the Dixie Jackson offering for the state rcre served ^.by Refreshments 'were served by. Mrs] p lu! Burks <Ju'rlng''tHe"socIM 'h'Our. are Crying the Blues W«™ CONSTIPATION makes yon fed punk as the dickens, brings on stomach "'-""''le discomfort,. fske <l" it . - - ? ous n"<en«"t( guicilj pu I the tngjer on l ai j "innlrds", and help jou feel bright and chipper agita '' PAr AUV *^ L 'V. 8 «>« wdiiderful senna Imiive contained in good old Sytup Pep- tin to make it so easy to Uke. - "' • *MKY DOCTORS use pepsi ' ipecMt to tila. So be sure jour lainhte is c«nWncd in Syrup PepSd. oi^iH^^O^^^StiS^ nncr«l»(from cou«p»tion. Even finicky tlu[dt«a love it. ; . - ; T . ' CAUTI ON: TTift inly it directei).'! i GREAT SUTTON IHOWS Benefit Arkansas State Guard * 10 MAJOR RIDES * six SHOWS located Across Street From Blytheville Laundry Mrs. DALTON C. FOWLSTON. B, A., M S M ORGANIST and TEACHER ' Of PIANO — ORGAN and VOICE '- Former New York Organist and Teacher "IIM. „' r,' ,. For Appointment Write rfrs. Fovrtston .. .. noi Chlckasavrba or Phone 2049 SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS Mn. J. M. 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