The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 30, 1944 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, October 30, 1944
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t'AGE/fWO' 1 BliYTHfcVIliLK (AUK.)' COURIER 1 NEWS' Coming Events , TUESDAY Mrs • Jesse Tajlor entuhltilnx oub.V "G club r Club teght meeting with Mrs L BenUh' Miss Margaret Shaver entertaln- j Double G Club La Nelrte Club meeting *lth Mrs Olcman Ste\ens f,lrs G \V Pyles entertaining -Mon'lily Bridge Club >VEDNESDAY Wednesday Bridge Club meeting Ih Mrs: W. H Mlnynrd A.D.O", Club meeting with Mrs. E S$<-enson Jr. Mis JO \V McCutchen entertain g*To\\n and Country Club <• THURSDAY Thursday Contract. Club meetjng th Mp Henry Humphreys Miss Jane McAdaius entertaining rh«rsdn\ Nlglit Bildge Club Colette Club meeting with Mrs. R. Rosf nlied piughters of (lie Ccnfcd- ic\ meeting with Mri Roland rcen, 12 30 p m Mis Hoss D Hughes entertaining lursclay Luncheon Club. • FRIDAY United Council of Chrlstaln Wo- eri sponsoring observance of World Community Day at special service Fust Piesbjterlan Church, 3 in. Mrs J D Smith entertaining C C. Club Initial Club meeting ^ith Mrs S Eastburn Mrs. --Lane Nowell entertaining G. B Club Bits of Nevvs ,.....' ' Mostly Personal Mr. and Mrs. Murhl E. McFnll of Memphis were the weekend guests of-Ms mother, Mrs. J. E. McFatf and family. Mrs. McFnll was, Ijcforo her marriage to Mr. McPnll on Sept, 30, Miss Virginia Marlowe of Memphis. Di. nnd Mrs, Paul Tipton are spending n week In Dycrsburg, Tcnn. Heibert Swearlngen Jr:, returned yesterday to Fayettevillc, Ark., where he will ehtci the University for his second year's work. He hns beeii visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Sivcaringcn nnd family here shirt Avig 25 Copt and Mis Hoy Harper left Saturday foi Miami Fin., where they expect to <ipend 10 days, and where Cpptuhi Haipei will be reassigned foi duty aftei moie than two years of service overseas In Die'South Pacific - '. . Mrs. H: C. ration Jr., and two sons Imvb arrived for an indefinite visit with Mrs. H. iC. Palton Sr., after hiving been In Nnlchci-, Miss., with Mi Patton Mr. and : Mrs. New Orleans,'La., and their son, Lieut R O Fdwnrds Jr., who Is home on leave from the Aleutian Islands, arrived Saturday for a visit with Mrs: Edwards' mother, Mrs. S. lany Guests Enteitained At Scout Tea Yesterday Girl's of the Lone Troop Asso- tlon of Gir) Scouts wen' hi stessc-s I more linn 150 guests v n ' lev iilertalned ilth a tea M....dav fterncon Irom 3 to 5 o clock at the ittle House Srouts in the receding line \\cic Iclbaline Hill, Hoscmarj Monn- haivaiitl Barbara : Van Hoosicr, to- ethc-r with Mrs.-' GlenivLadd.'pres- dent of the Lone Troop Assocla- on, find Mrs. R; C..Norton. Tile Autumn colors of yellow and reen, which also are th ccolors of ic Gin Scouts, weie carried out hrpuglioiit the. decorations of the ,:ttle Howe, with fireplace and umcl banked with Fall lea\es over hich hung the flags of the Biown- 5, the Gills Scouts and the Amer- can flag. .Vases of bronze colored dahlias, ed with jellos tapers in crjs- al holders, furthei carried out the \\ and green colm scheme The refreshment table, covered itli a lace cloth, held as n cen- eiplece a siher bo\\l filled with cllow mangolds, broiwe dahlias andi liny button chrj •Jinthpniums Yellow and green tapers In siher !inflelabra, land slUei tea services :cmrletef( the setlng of the tea ta- ile, y,here an assortment of parts oods was sened 3emor Gin Scouts presided nt he refreshment table These in- luded Barbirn Cullison, fllllle Sue Burls, Vannje Wlntlcy and Ann Vcc-dman * Shirley King was in charge of he guest book, and Mrs Enrl 2ucklev presented the following nris on ther.progiarm Ann Wllford, June SttrCijSMoni Joj Gaines, Marha Nichols? Nita Rose Hall, and sextette from Mrs Indd's troop omposcd of Joan- Tricschmnnn. Roberta Bracey, Mary Katherlnc Mann, Shirley King, Maxiuc 1U11 ind Nancy Hamilton , . * • * kmco Club Entertained Fall floners decorated the enter- auiing. rooms, of the Norville Hurri- ihrcy home rVlday night v,hen vlrs Humphrey entertained mem- ;ers of the GNB club for their egulai weekly bunco parly Bunco nnze was won tiy Mrs John Bnllhart, high bs Mrs Hum- ilney'alid low by Mrs J p Nolcii' A dessert course was sened S. and P. W. Leader Attends Meeting Here Mrs Jo Hart Madding of Pine Bluff, state membership chairman of the Business and Professional \Vo- nsn's Club, spent, the weekend in Bl theville, and was guest at a meeting of the local club held jcs- lerday afternoon at Hotel Noble The 10 members attending tii meeting heard Mrs Madding m ai .informal address in tthich she urgec fill to attend the district meeting to .bi held Nov 18 and 19 in Pnragoulc [ Miss lone George, president of tin. flub, was in charge of tlie brie business session when Mrs ,l»r Crafton v,as elected club counselor P Crafton and family. Mrs Thomas Bogun and daughter, Mnnerva Jr:, have returned home from n visit of two months In Memphis with relatives. Mrs H G Partlow and family had for tllch' guests over the weekend Mis Pnitlow's parents, Mr; and Mis H E Neblett Mr. Neblett, who is nuking his home In M6rgnh City, Miss, ictuincd there this morning, Mis NeWelt, who I;-spending several months In tittle' Rock, will be hero until Friday. Mrs. Ella Cunningham hns Iwen admitted to Memphis Baptist Hospital for treatment, nfter having been 111'at her home here for several , weeks. Maj, J, M. Walls, who Is temporarily stationed nt n hospital In JnckBon, Miss.', following overseas sevlce, speiit the weekend here with his wife and sons. Miss Kay Thomas, a student nt University of.Arkansas, Fayettevillc, spent- the' weekend here w!l!i her aunt, Mrs; Warner Hawkins and Mr. Hawkins. Miss Thomas, who Is (itlending the University for the first time this year, has been enrolled as n.ineinber of the mixed chorus of the' glee" club there. , Sallle Trumble, daughter of Mrs, Bert Ti'uinble of Paragould, underwent n tonslllectomy today at Walls Hospllnl. Mr. TnimWe now in on (Uity with the Marine Corps. Mrs. II. B. rjautile has entered Memphis Baptist Hospital for a mJr nor'.operation. Mr. Caudle and their daiiehlcr, Mrs. Preston Alley of Sikcston; Mo., nrc v.'ith her. Mrs. H; C. Pntton Sr., is spending two weeks In • Ccnlcrvltlc, Miss., as the guest of relatives. Hardy Crafton of Trovers City, Mich., has arrived for an extended visit with his mother, Mrs. S. P. R O. Edwards of Oration and family. Pfc; Horace W. Mcrriman of the Marino Corps, who has been stationed in the Southwest Pacific for three years, arrived Saturday to spend his'30-day furlough here with his sister, Mrs. George Parrlsh and family and In Johesbord with his mother,-• Mrs. Sue"Merrlrnnn. Mi 1 ..nnd Mrs. B. B. Gee and son, E. B. Gee Jr., spent the weekend In Cape Glrardean, Mo., as the guest of relatives. Mrrnnd'Mrs. A; G. Little hnj as their weekend • guests their son, Hamilton' Little and his daughter, Miss Nnndy Little, both of Memphis. '-•••.. i : ' Mrs. A. Q. Hall is reciiiicrnliiig nt Memphis .Baptist Hospltnl following 11 jninor oiic'i-ntlon which' she underwent' there Saturday. Lieut, and Mrs. Donald H. Day have ictiiriied from 'their wedding _ trip to St;-Louis, niui arc now liiak- ! Ing their'home with Mrs. Day's 1110' tiler; Mrs. Gcoi-ge McLeod nndfnin- lly on Holly'Street. Mrs. Day is the former Miss Charlyn Ada'ir Mc- I.cotl. Mrs. Horace Brllcy of Savannah, Tenii., is spending.several days here ns the guest of her daughter.. Mrs. Noi ville Humphrey ami fnkn'ily. Meetings The Lone Troop AssoclatiDn of Girl Scouts will meet tonight, 8 o'clock, nl the hom c of Mrs. Robert-Grimes. At The Hospitals Admitted: Hospital Mrs. Roy Beavers, city. Mrs. Claude Howard, city. Sallle Trumble, Parngould. Pal Willlngham, city. . Lee Defoor, city. Mrs. John IfTeks, BurdcUe. Mrs. Kd Sulton, m. a, city. Jeanctta Jenn McFarlund, city Glenn Fuudcrburk., Cooler, Mo. Eugene Gniieft, Steelc, Mo. Gale Pnge Gllssaii, Scriatli, Mo. Mrs. Snllle Van Winkle, city. Dismissed'. • ' Solomon, Stecle, Mo. Mrs. Marvin Hart and 'baby, city. Mrs. Clifford Jackson, gtcele, Mo. myllicvllle ll<jspll:il Admitted; ; Leon Dlxoii, Osccola. James Durr, Slcele, Mo. James Uoxlcr, city. .,;• Jnmes Ixing, city. Christine I^wTs, city. Mosetta McBrlde, city. Jioy Dnvis, city. Mrs. Wayne Wooley, Dell, I r ny Terrell, city. Robert Bcncncld, Hrilf Moon. Memphis liaritist Hospital ArimlUcd: Mrs. Ella Cunningham, city. T. G. Mitchell, Dycss. Mrs. A. G. Hall, city. Memphis Metliocllsl Hospital ftdmitled: Mrj. B. L. Turner, Osceola-, , Many From Out Of Town Attend Fought Funeral A number of people from Steple, MONDAY, OCTOBER 30, 194-1 Jf >Vos Fliag Day in Aachen u of 1 Huffman. Mo., Memphis' and Marlon, along vllle'and Miss Gloria" Fay iFfiught with those from this section, at-| tended funeral services held yesler-' day njlernoon'. for George W. Faughl, 51i, who' died Saturday at BlytlieWlle Hospital nftcr having uecn stricken with paralysis two weeks ago. Rites were held at Cobb Funeral Home with burial at Maple Grove Cemetery. • • lie wns stricken while visiting relatives • at Bai field after having come three months ago, from Flint, Mich., where lie liiul lived since In,the South Pacific and Olcn'son, aged nine, has• been settled Pound vs. Lonctla Pipkin Pound 1 Faught of Huffman; four half sis- out of court, Richard-P.' Bradford 'vs Katherhie ters, Mrs. Opal L-ollar of California,] Helen McFa'rland was- grunted a Bradford; Beriye" McCullar vs Mrs. Bclgora- Elliott of Huffman, divorce from Bernard McFarland" Noble McCullar Mrs. Mary Mue Hughes of Blythe- the clay following, filing of the suit. Suits Filed And Decrees Granted Granting of divorces "in vaca- The petition said they .were married Dec. 12 iir Florida. Others filed were: W. N. Carter- VS. Lfe-sie''Carter; Opal Dahla vs. Charles Dahla; John C. Newton vs. Lorcne.Newton; Lurn ^lidge vs-. William- E: Ridge; John Chavers vs. Frances Cliavers; Thomas Eason fion" continues, along-'with'tiling vs.- Efflc Eason; M. L. Smith vs. tit-, numerous others prior t6 the Olive Smith; J, U Turner vs. Het- rfcgulnr term of Chancery Court tie Doyle Turner; Bernice White Nov: 15. | vs: Ruphis White; Lilly Baker vs. ' Margaret' Crlncr Siriolheimon' is A " l 'y Baker; Everett Andrews vs. Ecklng [i divorce from' Jambs N. Mercedes Ring Andrews; J. W. : Laboratory tests shows 1 '. that' we might live for 1BOO years if wo could keep our blood'temperature at 45 degrees Fahrenheit. >ie left Blytlicvlllc 2fi years ago ' Sniothertr-oii with a property set- i ~ Born in Mississippi, he came liere ' lemcnt " 11Kle out of court, accord- when young and lived' In'• Blylhe- .'"£ to lllc Petition, Married in 1934, vlllc until lie mo\'ed to Flint where "J^ y I'Mcntly ' returned to Blythe- he was employed by Buick Motor'' vUlc Rfler llavin E lived in Missouri CoiniHiny as an engineer. . n numl wr of j-ear.5. Custody of the He leaves o daughter, Miss Cliar- lenc Fnught; n soti, Jiuiics Lee Fnuulil, both of Flint; two sisters, Mrs. Mary Pierce of California nnd Mrs.--Pearl,Wilson'-of Holland, Mo.; a brother, Mark Faught' of Barfield; 'his.-stepmother, Mrs. .Nell Faught of Huffman; two -half. brothers, Ted Faught of the Navy A.- • - >| • 41iiBN'T#?UFFER, '£;',, f* with colds'JliTisdoxiches [uVtl ROrc'llirorttY Tiiko St. Joseph Aspirin fpr quick relief. World's Mreratccllcr'at 10?. liifi 100tub- let sizo only 35?.- Get tit. Joseph Aspirin. TtrM Courier New Wunt ArtB Works Fine ForSpreThroat Due To Colds It's really wondcrfu Uhcn-ay a little Victe VapoRub put on the tongue : works to re licvc sore throat due to coldsl VapoUub's medication soothe , , ,,— 'lie soreness a j its va jeers htlp relieve Irritation in uppe ]brondiialnib(3.>.helps clear the head making breaUijngeiS'cr. ^ ' ' :r«r A4defl Wet rub VapoRub6n throat idlest arid back. Let its famous pene tralmg-stimulating action' Ieep on rs to reliev e dUtrtes a iVIien birds IAy sbiilK ami pliolos ot iiretty bathics float north, it's •V sure sign o! winter. Above, Betty Thone "bobs" for oranges at St. Petersburg, Fla. _ Pepsi-Cola Conipnnn, Long Island City, ,V. Y V I'riini-hlsecl' 'Hntt'Ief;' Pepsi-Cola IJottlinu Co. "of" Biy'tlievilli ARC SUCKEOlNTO THE AVERAGE AUTO ENGWE EACH M/X£DWf7H YOUR INJURE BEARINGS, CyLlNO£RS,£TC. •WATls my you ESSO.WINTER OIL... MUCH AS J945 SQUARE WCKES OF MOVfNS SURFACE REVOLUTION REMEMBER..HEU>S SHORT TH£S£ RAVS ANO T.'ilS IS OvR KUSH 5EASOH. If man PHONE' 8£R)RE COA1f, YOUR WOtfK WHEN ITS AIL AR6UNP1 VOUR £$$0 PO if i: GASOLINE POWSRS THE rtTFACK- PONY WASTE A OROP Let Us Make It A 4 THANKSGIVING! Picture yourself sitHnef down at a festive table ori'Thanhsgiving day, a table covered with snowy linen, perhaps witH the reflection of candlelight gleaming on the whiteness. You can make this 'vision a reality by sending us your linens now so that they'll return fresh and sparkling for yourholiddy dinner. N fi-WA PHONE 474 ^- BlYTHEViyLE,ARK. been granted* to vs. Annie' Mae Decrees have 'Wesley Keinp Kemp; Helen Wheat/ RUdd vs. E. Rudd C. F. Hedge vs. \Viiiie Hedge; Cecil C. Johnson-vs. Pearl Gladys Johnson; Raymond Jack'soh vs. Avis Jacteon; Larelri Cochiah ys: Roy C. Cochraii. litcd r,c! Spell )'t:r !lij_Gfl Jller H HOW Don't put off getting C-2223 to relieve pain of muscular rheumatism and other rheumatic p'aiiis!Caution; Use only as directed/ First bottle purchase price back if nol'satisfied-. COc anil $1.00. Today, buy C-2223. Beautiful New GIFTS For Weddings, Anniversaries arid' All Occasions. Ne\y Holiday Mer- .chandise Now Here. \ The Gift Shop . Modem & Antique GUIs Relief At Last For Your Cough Creomulslon relieves promntlv lie. cause it goes right to the seat of the trouble to help loosen and excel germ laden phlegm, and aid nature to soothe and heal raw, tender inflamed bronchial mucous membranes. Tell your druggist to sell you a bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding you must like the way It CREOMULSION forCouehs.ChestColds, Bronchitis Mrs. D ALTON C. POWLSTQN, B- A., M; S. Mi ORGANIST and TEACHER of PIANO — ORGAN and VOICE Former New York Organist and Teacher . . For Appointment' Write Mrs. Fowlston noi chickasawba or Phone 2049 SENTIMENTS EXPRESSEti WITH FLOWERS, properly designed, are remembered always. Our flowers are always Iresh, and all work Is guaranteed to please. Let our'expert leslgners help you with your floral needs. ^FLOWERSEOP F.T.D. Berrice We Dtllver Anywhere Ph; 481 arm, J. M. (M«e) WtUlams, owner . Gfenco* BHf. COTTONSEED BAGS and SOYBEAN BAGS See Us Before You Buy/ J. L. TERRELL Office! 11 S. Bdy. Phone 2631 5TANPARD OIL COMPANY OF LOUISIANA^ Complete Auto Repair Service Jlirt' NEEIA' Is now in charge of our mechanical repair department ROBERT WATSON is In charge- of the body and upholstery department, WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION Shop Located In Rear of Martin's Cafe 114 W. Sum-Phone MS 0 (Mi "Speed Our Service ; :: "Look in your'tele- phone book before you call Information," we asked. And you've'been doing just that! Necessary calls are going through faster. Please keep it up.- George Wright's Cafe N. Hwy. Cl and Purls St. IS NOW OPEN We've remodeled interior and in- U-.ilk'il new furniture mid fixtures . . . Sandwiches, Lunches and Cold Drinks. MARGARET'S , -3EAUTY (SHOP 1M 9. Pint Phone 2532 I Bring Ui Your Beauty Problems Modem Egnlpment Expert Beautician* i Conlraaoos Showi ETery Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Sliow Starts 2:00 1JS1TO IO KLCN »J». 12:45 fjn. »:» » COM7NG SOON TO THE R/TZ THEATRJE The Master Race—with George Coulouris and SUimllcy Iticlgcs. Two Girls anil a Sailor—with Van Johnson A: .limniie Dtiranle Going My \Viiy—with Bins' Crosby and Rise Stevens Since Von Went Away—with Clau- Icttc Colbert, Joseph Cottcn and Shirley Temple. Last Time Today Double Indemnity with Barbara Stanwyck anil Fred' MaciHurray Paramount News ami Selected.Short Subjects Tuesday & Wednesday A UNIVERSAL PiCTUKr . Selected Short Subjects •IH M»ttnfM Bit. ft Sun. Only Opens e»ch night 6:45; «Urt» V Optat Sondaj 1:00; SUrti 1:11 Cmttnnona SLowi Bit: »"* Sen. Sut»lB NItht ETer; NlfM Excejt banana na iBKSij tK the R«iy. Last Time Today Yellow Canary with-Anne Ncagle & Rlcliard Grci'nc Fox News anil Sliort Tuesday & Wednesday Double Feature and Lady Gangster with Fnye Kmcrson Jt Julie Ilishop Also WOBIO'S CHAMP10KSHIP Chlcigo Bears vs. Detroit Lions:!; _

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