The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 19, 1944 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 19, 1944
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THURSDAY, OCTOBIOK li), HM-l BIA'THEVILLE-(AKK.): COUKI15K NEWS Coming Events FRIDAY Mrs. Ji. A. Copelmid entertaining 0. B. C. Club. Chapter "N" of I'.E.O. meeting with Mrs. Murray Smart, with Mrs. Moyd silcknum as cohosless, 1 p. Mrs. Claude Stewart enterlain- IHK Initial Club, v Mr. lid Mrs. George W. McLeod ami Miss Jane McLeod cnlcrtnlu- Ing wldi rehearsal dinner for inem- jjbers of the MeLcod-Day wedding SATURDAY Mrs. George Barlmin and Mrs. J. C. Ellis Sr., entertaining with parly for Mrs. Lloyd Ward Jr., from 3 to 5 o'clock, at the Ellis home. New Teachers Honored By P.T.A. Organization New teachers In Central Ward School wore quests of honor yesterday afternoon when the Parent Teacher Association of that school entertained with an informal tea nti the home of Mrs. H. W. Wylic, president of the organisation. Fifty guests culled between the hours of 3 and 4 o'clock, and were greeted at the door by Miss Sunshine Swift, principal of Central Wnnl. The [our new teachers in the school, Miss Ma.vine (mislead, Mrs. Thomas Ivy, Mrs. Thomas B. Smylhc Jr., and Mrs. Carl Franks, were in the receiving line, and Miss Mary Outlaw was in charge of the guest lx>ok. The refreshment table in the (lining room was covered with a cut work cloth, and centered with a sliver bowl of pink rosebuds, flanked with four silver candle holders in which slender white tapers burned Cookies, cheese straws, nuts and coffee were served, with Miss Winnie Virgil Turner, city supervisor of elementary school.?, presiding over the ' silver collee service. Members of the hospitality committee of the Central Ward Parent Teacher Association, served in the dining room. They included' Mrs Matt, Monaghan, Mrs. W. J. Wunderlich, Mrs. Baker Wilson and Mrs, James H. Bell. • * • Mrs. Kirby Is Hostess Mrs. Harry Kirby entertained members .of the Wednesday Bridge Clu]) yesterday afternoon at her home on Chickasawba Avenue, when she ako was hostess to one guest, Mrs. Elton Kirby. Luncheon was served at the dining table, which was centered with a bowl of autumn chrysanthemums. In the bridge games played during the afternoon, high' score prize went to Mrs. W. -D. Chnin- fclin and second high to Mrs. R. L, SttJckeUV Bridge Club Entertained All members of the Tuesday Bridge Club attended the party given for the group Tuesday afternoon by Mrs. Riley B. Jones, who entertained at her" home on Kentucky Avenue. High score prize for the afternoon was awarded Mrs. Murray Smart and second high went to Mrs. C. E. Crigger Jr. The hostess served a salad course. Miss Boyd Is Bride Of Corp. S. S, Holmes Mrs. L. M. Boyd has announced th c marriage of her daughter, Miss Juaniln Boyd, to Corp. Samuel S. Holmes. The wedding was solemnized Monday night at 0 o'clock. Mrs. Holmes was graduated 1941 from Gosncll High School, and has been employed at Ricc-Stix Factory in Biytlieville. Corporal Holmes, the son of Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Holmes of the Men Liberty community, is stationed with the Army at Fort Bcnning. Ga., where they will make their home. , Guest Entertained Mr.s. Hunter Sims was a guest of Mrs. J. C. Ellis Sr., yesterday afternoon when .she also entertained .members of the Town and Country Ciub at her country home at Barficld. Roses and carnations were ar- Cflpwilno quickly relieve* irpAnr land soothes Ihc rcsulttng „££!Tton tsloa. Acts fnsl bccrULie it's llrmid U< °" 'I 5 . t "!" l<: < 1 - At OU dn, c .V; IOC I 30c, 60o ilzcs. Thursday — Friday — And Saturday Nights 9:30 to J O'Clocfc In the Beautiful Blue Room of the HOTEL NOBLE (Admission fi5c fncl. Tax Recently. Wed Mrs. Alex N. Raeljurn of Montgomery, Ala., was before her recent marriage Miss Kathleen Baker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Leon Baker of Blythcvfllo. She and her husband, a tliaht officer with the Army Air Forces, are inakln« their home lu Montgomery while he Is stationed at Maxwell Held. At The Hospital 5 Walk IJospilal Admitted: Mr.s. Prank Grcer, city. Dismissed: Mrs. Vanccl Gentry and baby city. Baby Slalon, Steelc, Mo. Mrs. L. C. Crawford, Lcachvillc. Mrs. J. M. Presnell, city. Ulylhcville Hospital Admitted: Kay Kirscy, Osceola. Mrs. Charles Wclilj, Hayti, Mo. Born to Pvl. and Mrs. Dei-wood Wliitfield, Steelc, Mo., a son yesterday afternoon. Memphis Baptist Hospital Admitted: Dr. L. Howton. Otceola. Ira Matthews, Osceola. Meetings- Bits of News Mostly Personal The Boy Seoul Cub Paek sponsored by thc Lake. Street .Mclho-' dist Church will meet tonight, 7:30 o'clock, at the church, it,, was an- nnunccd todny. George Stllwcll is lender.ol this pack. Aged Resident Of Del! Section Dies Yesterday Mrs. Betty Pell, resident of the Doll scciioi) for ina'ny years, died yesterday noon id the" home of Mr. and Mrs. John Hendrix. She wns 80. Born in Pocahontas, Ark., she came to this section in 1906. Sinpe the death of her husband in 1928 she had spent much of her time at the home of Mr. and Mrs.- Ifen- ririx. Funeral services were' held tliis morning at the Hcnrtrix residence by the Rev. Oscar L. Hays, pastor. ol church of Christ, with burial at Memorial patk Cemetery. She is survived by a son, Jimmy Jones of Osceola. ' " Holt Funeral Home was in charge. J. D. Ames, petty officer in the beabees, and Mrs. Ames, who has been making her home in Oxmirrt, Calif., while he was oversells, have nrrived to spend Mr. Ames 1 30-day leave here with Ills parents, Mr, and Mrs. S. D. Ames at '100 North Broadway. He recently relumed to the United Stales after 17 months of service in the Aleutian Islands. Mrs. J. M. Fowler returned yes- cliiy after a visit of two weeks in Memphis with her ntcce, Miss Georgia Ham. Lieut. Cecil K. Branson arrived today for a visit with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. m/oll s. Uranson and family. Uciitenant Drnnsoii was graduated Insl .Saturday from Tiilanc University's College of Medicine in New Orleans, and will serve his interneshlp at Grace Hospital In Detroit. Mrs. Walter Heard Jr., ami her daughter. George Anne, of Malvern, Ark., will arrive Sunday for a visit with Mrs. Hoard's parents, Mr. and Mrs. feell S. Uranson mid family They will he joined here Wednesda v 'J Mr. Heard. * Uussell Campbell will leave lo- iiipirow for New York, where he will attend market for Miss whit- sit t's Shop. Corp. Raymond Newton Lesvis of the Atarlnc Corps, n veteran of almost two years service in Ihe South Pacific, lias arrived in San Diego, Calif., and will come soon lo spend his 30-day furlough here with his sister, Mrs. Lorelln Grime.s and family. Tech. Scrgt. John C. MoHnney HI left Tuesday for Qiionset Point, H. I., where lie will report for reassignment with thc Marine Corps alter spending his 30-day furlough here with his family. His wife, ttie former Miss Ruth Oldham, will remain here until Sergeant Mcllancy Is reassigned. Mrs. carl E. |3 n j|ey Jr., left yesterday for St. Ixjiiis where she will spend several days as Ihe guest of relatives. I . Mr and Mrs. Sam Littleton and daughter spent today In Memphis, Mrs. Prank Grecr was admitted to Walls Hospital last night where sue is undergoing medical treatment. :Capt. and Mrs. Martin Biles have returned to their home here after having spent Ihe past two months m Pennslyvania where he was on , detached service. I: Mr, and Mrs. W. T. Darnell and ""lighter, Billie Marie, moved yesterday fnlo Ihcir new home they recently purchased at 1128 West Walnut, Thc Burnetts have made their home for the past year on their farm near Dexter, Mo- Men In Service ; Mrs. L M. Boyd has received «ojd of the arrival in England of her son, Sergt;'Melvin B Boyd faprgcanl. Boyd j s with nn mum . e ^ division of the Armv. ranged throughout the entertaining rooms of the house, and bridge was played during the afternoon, with light refreshment* .served during (lie games. High score prize was won by Mrs. Sinu, and second high by Mrs O. W. McCutclien. ICEife CREAM Moil populor"year 'round"desitrl I I L AS LOW AS . II v a pint *l»oy» cur. ond ifdldon. 1OU moi.ony «««or ,n 2 ml rul .,. Jo fo^ou, ,«;„„ ,„ •nth potlone, Flcoinollt yout g,ot«, for LOflDOflDefiRtJ Election Proclamation Pursuant to the authority vested in me by section 4672 of Pope's Digest of the statutes of the State of Arkansas; notice is hereby given that a general election will be held in Mississippi County, Arkansas, at each and every election precinct in said County on the Tuesday next after the first Monday in November 1944 to-wit, November 7th, 1944. AH of said voting precincts shall be open at the hour of 8:00 o clock A. M. and shall be closed at 6:30 P. M. At said election the following National, State, District, County and Township officers shall be elected: Presidential Electors Coimly .Judge Vice Presidential Electors Sheriff & Kx-offido Collector County Assessor County Clerk County Treasurer Circuit Clerk County Representatives County Surveyor otatc Land Commissioner Coroner Attorney General Justices of thc Peace Supreme Court Justice Constables Prosecuting Attorney At said election will be submitted all proposed constitutional amendments and initiated and referred acts which have been properly qualified for submission to the electors of thc State of Arkansas. Also for or against three mill road tax. Given under my hand as Sheriff of Mississippi County, Arkansas, this 16th day of October, 1944. H.A/.F JACKSON Sheriff & Ex-officio Collector Mississippi County, Arkansas U. S. Senator Congressman Governor Secretary of Sfate Lieutenant Governor Stale Auditor State Treasurer Lieut. Driver Wins Citation On Burma Front Secom! I.leiil. Umlsoy 1). Oliver, son of Mrs. li. !•;. Driver of Osceolii, hus been nwimled (he nistliiKiit.shcd Plyl»B Cross. The diiUkm ivud in purl: "In fncc of inli'tise enemy opposition, nilverse wi-nlhrr unn poo)- lojio- gniphit'iil cniulUluii.s men lloiv supplies, iiimminltluii nnd hcnvy equipment, ami wcr e Uieirforc 1 'Spirit Wife?' Designer Ltira dc Gcz used the lamed. Greek key motif in dc- sit'nina this gold head band for evening wear. Carrying on the theme of simplicity is the classic coiffure in which side-, purled hair is brushed hnck 16 a low chignon at thc nape of' (I:; r.:d;., Mrs. Sliimiion Curler, iiliove. ot l.os Anyoles. Colll,, wns churned wllh Inducing llic late- ICmsono II MncDuiinlcl lo will Ins $70.01)0 csi;ile lo her. clminmij lii.n she was MiiclJoiuild'; "wife In n lormei Ufa." IvhicDounlil's |>nr- enls testified Kicli son wiis o[ unsound HOIK) ul Ihe ilino or the will In IIH.'I. risked Ihnl 11 lie millllll'rt. ly histrimumliil in (he successes of llu* Allied Forces in Uils sector. I'ilol in ii Combiil CViruo Cirimp, Lieutenant Driver hns piirlielpuled I" iierliil nights over oiicmy-held lorrllory n Norlhern Buriiui lolnl- liiB more (linn 200 hours, uccordlnK lo Ihe cltnllon. The Customer Isn't Always Wrong, Soys Ruth Millett lly KVI'H iUIU.Ii'l-r The inUliltc-nt'od man walked Into 11 coffco sliop and started to sit down In a vacant booth. Along cninc « hostess nmi .said without n smile, a plmse or un Himl "You'll IHIVO to sit over there." "No, Miss. 1 don't," mild || lc nild- dli'-nijt'd innii. "I don't even Imvi' to eni. lunch here." And with thai lie imt ills hat on his head anil walked out of thu place. The people who hemd Una mini .issort his liidriiemlrnce were slarl- Ifit. Appurenlly It hud Hover ot-cm- l to liny of them Ihal you don't liiivu to meekly nccept discourtesy. ;loi>|>y service, or plu|» when yon are six-mllng your money. We've become so used (o being pushed ivroimd, ignored, und mik- ed down to when we go to put out cash we no longer miike any pro- sull In Mississippi Chancery to halt conveyitnco, but the lower court overruled their petition. Thu K>i- prcmo Court's decision uiiheld (he lower court. "There Is no evidence of fraud," the Supremo Court .suld, "iiuil HID record does not Indicate u bi'ller price mlglil have hern obtulnc;!. Mr. Hills look the stand und ti'sil- llcd us a witness In Ihe Ills evidence indicated lie understood mid apprecliiled the Issues." Tli, lillih tribunal said H could Imtl in. error In the lower court's clcdslmi. High Court Holds Valid Sale of Dell Property I.I'ITLE ROCK, Oct. ID.-Sale of a -tO-acre tract of hind In Enst Arkansas by R. M. Hilts to U. S, lilan- ketiship Monday was held valid by the Arkansas Supreme Court. Hale of the properly at Dell, In Mississippi Comity, i"ns contested by children of Mr. lillts. who contended Dint Mr. IJliinkciishlp pmc- tlccd fraud to obtain conveyance, thiit the purclmsc price of $5(00 was Inadequate, mid Ihnl Mr. Ellin lucked the mental capacity lo understand the transaction. Mr. Ellis, 82, sold his land early this year. His children instituted is your age betrayed by HOT FLASH It you— like so many women between the njjcs of 38;'nilcl'"52 — suITcr from hot flashes, nervous tension, nre Weak, tired, cranky, n bit moody at times— nil due to the functional middle age period peculiar to women — try Lyiun B. Flnkhiiin'G Vegctnblc Compound to relievo such symptoms. For almost a century — then- snnds upon tliotisands of women — rich nnd poor alike— have reported remarkable bcne/lls. In /net many wise women take Plnklmm's Compound regularly during this period lo help build up resistance agnlnsl such symptoms I'lnkham's Compound helps nu- turd Also a grand stomnchlc tonic. Follow label directions . . . . Lydia E. PinkhamWEGETABLE COMPOUND TWICE-AS SMART to insist on Vitality Slices, now that you demand comfort with cliic styling. One jiair of shoes to go every, where . . . with any cosluinc. Come in for a try-on. J 'itality Open Read Khoa far ir and Ctmpui Fear, J3.50 ani 56 WINDOWS! , Shop Our Inter-cHy bus passenger miles for ie first montlM of nm mf ^ii- iiuited ul Ut.lHn.OOD.OOO as comiwr- ed with ia;i70,000,00l) for Ihc smile period of 1043. lest. HISCOUKTJiSY Hill the mlddle-iiged man lias the KM idcii. If enough customers Imd nls spunk and fundamental self- respect Hie wiir wouldn't be made «n excuse for the snubbing of customers. If (ho persons who buy und spend ii'lr money would (plk buck when they nr« rudely tveuted they could i»il nn end to the ,'ni'eia wave of business discourtesy (hut 1ms. swept (lie country, H Is till right to sny, "When (he win- Is over I'll new walk In llmt pliiec nriiiln" — but we could get. I'fliirlcsy quicker It wc.lnul (he tor- itliule lo talk back or slay uwivy today. 1 PERMANENT WAY* l.^ljrijurKl/rUi.ejuyniiutUni mm^4 . lling y<Jui hair U|> Ih curler/ You II mid Ihe • • KoquirVa rvo heal or tltclncliy Sa(/ f« type •,, K* OK, - mm m Jd Gel ig i' ,,'!"." 1 '""' l''fn»«nt NVavc nt Kirby j?ros Drug store drug slores Chest Colds WICKS VVAPORUP To Relieve Misery Rub on Tested H BACON Good as Its tin mo" OW TO RUIN v AND IT'S ir.igic liow some gltls lose ilicir ;•*- fticncls ami iiiin ilicir ilrcsscs bc- > taiiic of pmpiMtion lidor aiul stains. Ami there's no excuse for it. li's ,,uy losave dicssis, il'j tut} lo s»vc ftii-mls, Use Arn<), (lie ficw crc^fnl ticoJof. Jim llut :|icl)is^kcc[> foils* aTiii|Hii dry jam! removes llic ()ilorTro;n ptcspirj'. 1 lion. Anid is sife amhlii'ft'iHiiJ.iMi: !tit' ; lllcsc/tr reasons:* • • -1. Atlkl dues not irritate still. Docs T O.iiyt 101. dltsscsor men's sbtiis,. DRESSES LOSE FRIENDS ?, I'rcvcnis ninlcr.arm oilot. Helps j stop ]icrs|nr:iii(ni s:ifcly. • 3; ! A pint, wlilic, nmiscpiic, sfiin- less yjinisliiii); cr^.vm. 4. No \vaiilni; to dry. Can lie usctl .?• ^wyclccl Ap|irovfl SCA! ofAmcr-- k ., ,icaij Insu'tufe of; [.auiulciing — • . ji;'1i.unilcss id f.ibtic. Use AtriJ Arm! is flic IJIKCSI selling ilcoijoum. Sold 31 M stoics scllip-; loikt goods 'Mrs. UALTON C. FOWLSTON, H. A., M S M OltOANIST and TEAOHER ' ' of ' j . PIANO — ORGAN mid VOICR Former New York Organist and Tenchcr l''or Apiwlnlmcnt Write Mrs. Fowlslon 1101 Clilckasawba or Phono 2049 Do you feel lazy, grumpy and uncomfortable? If so, here's a little advice that should help — if it doesn't you had better see your doctor. Most important is to get thc proper amount of rest, cat well balanced meals, and schedule your living so you will have plenty of time for relaxation and enjoyment as we// as for work. Besides abiding by these rules take extra vitamins. Spec/a/ Value! R A V MULTIPLE iLJirii ;~.: VITAMINS • Contain-'All Necessary Vitamins. 60 Days' f 98 Supply 221 W. Main Phone 507. WITH NESTLE- HAIR Givo your bob/ soil curb cni- odoinblo rlngloli willi Nuille Bqby .Utilr Tioolmonl. Uio il roguloily. Moisooe liilo bob/i jcofp wri«n second orowlh of holr h. oboul ono incli long, ilolps lo Incrcoso' cuflinoM of baby's hair and male! • II look IhlckCf and moro luxuriant. Atfvcrliicd in and Commortdad by Parents' Moaazi'no. 41,00 botl!« makes p full quoit ol Iroalmcnl. WOOD'S Drug Store , Beautiful New GIFTS Kor Weddlnijs, AiinhLrsirips and All Ocmslmis N(.«. || a lldiy Mcr- I'liuiullsi; Now. Here. , ,, The Gift Shop Modern & Aulliiue GlfU ' MOSS6RYAN -,'•' MARGARET'S' ' '' Phone 2532 Kring Ui Your 8«auty Problem! UBTEN TO KLON •'•' iji. IZ:45 ».m., I:M Thursday und Friday .'."' i/KMMfii I'aramounl Nc\vs and Sclcclcd , Short Subjects " '"'. ROX Y H>llure> Bat. A .Son. Onlj' '•• Opens each night 6:45; itartc >V Open* Rondaj 1:00; SUrt* 1:11 Cantlanonji Showi But. ftnA SK&,' iltmtiBlB Nl|h( r.vf.rj Nl(ht Em* SutirrUj. N^ t»w» hnnortd on (h. Thursday and Friday HOOSIf 10UDA "PICTURE . Sctcclcd SKort Sub}cclscr *V/f ( '• ^ '" '• • • '•'•• '-' - ' -:•;-> ' '.AA'T!

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