The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 31, 1944 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, October 31, 1944
Page 2
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fAGE TWO BLYTHEV1LLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, OCTOBEK 31, tpming Evpnts *',\VEDNESDAY „ • P.E.O. Sisterhoods Meet For Luncheon Yesterday A D.c;: Club mettlng with Mrs J P Stevenson Jr. > > Mrs O W. McCutchtn entertaining ,Town and Country Club V ^THURSDAY Thursday* Contract Club meeting ttlth Mrs • Henry -Humphreys. Miss Jane Me Adams entertaining Thursday ^Jlght Bridge Club OctettejDIub meeting rith Mrs R C. Rose.i> n ' , , , United Daughters of the Confederacy fpeeting with Mrs Roland Green, 12'30 p m , Mrs. Ross D. Hughes >nte'rl«b)lng Thursday Luncheon Club. , V, FRIDAY;; United Council of Christaln Women sponsoring observance of vyorld Community Day at special sen Ice at First* Presbjterlan Church, 3 P in *"«" ' ' '' Mrs J. D Smith entertaining C B, C, Club,,, ' Initial Club meeting with Mrs W s Eastburn ' Ladies Bible Clnss of First'Meth- odist Church meeting with Mrs. Sain Rhodes;-416 -phickasawba Avenue; 7.30 pm ' ' ' Mrs Bjron Nail entertaining G N B Club Mrs. McGregor Honored At Birthday Dinner Party Mrs G A. McGregor, who cele- .Urated her 85th birthday - Sunday, v;as .guest of honor, at a birthday dinner given at the home oJ her Eon, T. E. McGregor, on South Division Street. Gifts . were presented to the guest of, honor Just before the din- re.r was, served. Mixed'.Autumn flowers decorated Ihe dining table, where the '10 guests were seated for dinner. Out- of-lown guests included Mrs. McGregor's daughter and granddaughter, Mrs A B McDermott and Miss Alice McGregor,* both of Memphis " i • • Kay Jobe Entertains Because she was six ytars old \esterda-,jKay <Jobe invited 22 of her yowjg friends for a birthday party at.her home at 1413 West Main, jy •" Games 'in, the, sard of the Jobe home entertained the children for an era! -hours, with prizes won by Sherry l( Sparks and Pat Partlow, and each^child was presented with a toy Roaring bomtjer' as n favor Afterithe T blrthd»yrpresents had served^tprflidSy^ wAe'ant\ iccT'cream by the hostess's mother, Mrs Paul A , and Nita Rose Hall of the>Blytheville P.;E. o,, and of Chapter "6" of the Osceola branch of the organization, met yesterday afternoon at Hotel Noble for luncheon and to make plans'for the stale P. E. p. convention to be held in Api 11 In Bljtheville Yellow and white' chrysanthemums decorated the! large table In the'Blue Ko'qm'j where, the 32 guests were' scaled for luncheon. Arrangements for the state convention will be in charge of committees from each of the three chapters, the Mrs. E B Gee named as chairman of the arrangements committee for Chapter "D", Mrs.. Dixie Crawford for Chapter "N", nnd Mrs'. Godfrey White of Osceola us chnli- nian for that chapter. » • 9 t ' . Patty Given Last'NigHt The'Women's Missionary Society of c.ilvary ^ Baptist-CrUireh enlcr- taincd with a party last night at the home of Mrs Vernon ISojd for their husbhrids and friends; Thirty-eight, guests attended the Informal party, where the Halloween motif wns'carrled out In the decorations of yellow .and bluck. Games in keeping with (lie holiday were-played, with the prize won by William 'Hannpi. A' dessert cpurap wns served, • * * * Carnival Js Given The, back yard, of the Jess Horner home on Kentucky Avenue wns transformed' Into, a carnival scene last night when Lo'rna Horncr entertained. 45 of her young friends at n Hnlio.weon party: Corn stalks, pumpkins, n fortune telling booth, presided over by a real live witch, doughnuts on strings nnd apples Dogging In tubs of water, provided. an appropriate setting for the gaily costumed children, who' spent hours playing the 'traditional games of the holiday season. Refreshments of :.sandwichcs and Iced drinks were served throughout Ihe eicnlng, Rith Mrs Horner assisted .by Mrs. Charles C. Barnes, and'Mrs. Minnie Lou Williams'ol Manila. Jerry Lynn Wright of Mnnlla was an out-of-town;guest. Halloween Party Given Nineteen* members' of the Pioneer Group of the First Presbyterian Church met last night at the church for a Halloween party. Games appropriate to the holiday season were played for several hours, .before refreshments of-hot chocolate-and cookie4 were,'Served Mrs Ebb Spradley, leader of the Imon Corlton Celebrates 10th Birthday ' Rosemary Monnghau, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Matt Monaghan, was hostess to 65 guests Saturday (light in celebration of her 10th birthday, ; ' Jack-o-ianterns greeted the guests as they arrived at the Moiwghnn home, where Die entertaining rooms of the house htid been transformed Into a ballroom for deliclrig <lur- Jpg the evening. ,,•• ,> j- Appropriate contests, were played, with prizes won'by the following children;-Murray, Smart, Buddy Phllllpv.Tommy Harrison, Dan Wallace, Gcorglnwie JIntehell, Soph|o Ann .Bright and Donna Sue Gore. •[{•-, Punch and cookies were served throughout the evening from n lace draped table, which wns centered with a huge white birthday cake ablaze with its 10 candles. Low silver boivls of rosebuds nnd. tiny b|Jt- ton chrysanthemums, flanked with white tapers In silver candelabra.' were, used on the; table.'. . • After : the birthday, .presents brought by. the 'children had' been opened, each young' guest was presented with n'cnndy bar.ns'a favor of the party.'All 'the girls came In .forrrml dresses,'' with mtisks, while the boys wore Halloween costumes. « « . , .Bingo Party Is Given :, Pall flowers and Halloween novelties decorated the home of Mr. arid Mrs. Tom Boswell last night whpn they entertained 16 guests at a ulhgo party. .,., , • . Refreshments were served at the conclusion of'the evening.. : • '.. • « f • • • ; Melhodists Have Meeting :.. Mrs.- L. E, Baker, assisted by Mrs. Fred Fleemnn, presented the second In a series of study lessons on the book, "chrltianlty and'the Social Order" by Temple, to members of the Woman's Society -'lot Christian Service of First Methodist Church, who met yesterday afternoon at the church. The j group was- dismissed wifli prtiyer by Mrs. 8. B. Wllford. ' • • :• ' ' ' I. .1,.' ••' 1 Bits of News ' Mostly Personal milled to Blylheville Hospital for treatment of a severe cold. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil R, Wroteh and family have as their guest for several days, Mr. Wroten's mother, Mrs.-j. A. Wroten of Pine Bluff, Ark. , ' •'. Jeanetta Jean McFarland, daughter of Mrs. Jmogene McFarland, Is recuperating at her home on Dougan Avenue, following a tonsll- lectorriy performed yesterday at Walls Hospital. Her young cousin, daylc Page ollsson of Senalh, Mo.; who also is a geat at the McKarland home, together , with her parents, Mr. and Mrs'. Prank Ollsson' of Senath. A. B. Ford Is able to be out after having been 111 for the pust several days. Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Byrd spent Friday In Kniscr M the guest of her slslor-ln-lnw, Mrs. Avery Chllda and family. Mr. Chllds now Is stationed in Astoria, Ore., at the Naval Air-, po'rl. . ,. .' •Miss Virginia Belle Eastwood-has returned to,her home lii Caruthers- ylllc, 1 ; Mo.,' after'- haying • s'pent'- the weekend here" as the 'guest > of >her a'uht, Mrs, Belle Wood. ' '"'• • ''*"• Eugene Turnbow, petty officer 3-c In t)ii> Navy, stationed at Newport, p. I., Is spending a week's leave here wltji his parents,' Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Turnbov, 1 . Mrs. Elmer Llmlscy nnd daughter, Linda Joy, have gone to' Jefferson- vlllc, Ind,, to'vlslt Mr. Llhdsey, fireman l-u in the Navy, who Is stationed there. They' will remain in Jelfci'sonvlllc until Mr.' Ltndscy is transferred. Mrs. lone Ropp siient yesterday In Memphis, with Mrs, Kelley E. Springer, who is ill at Baptist Hospital. Mrs. Springer probably will be able to be brought home' tomorrow. Her mother, Mrs, Virgil Williams, remained In Memphis with her. .-•''• i Mrs. Foy Etchison and daughter, Ronnie .Fay, have : gone to Camp Polk, La,, la be with Mr. Etehlsdn, Wiirrant officer In the 'Army,';.who is stationed there.•• Mrs. Etchison and Ronnie Fay have been h'ere as guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Walpole. • .. Miss Earllne Sullivan, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs^ Earl P. Sullivan,.was removed yesterday afternoon to her home nt 108 Clark' Street, from Walls Hospital, where .she underwent an appendectomy, eight days ago. Her "condition is much improved. '• •" •. , ^.'-- . , •• • • . Koljcit Kd Thompsoivseaman'-l-c ^e^jirriedif yf»terd».v,>;to;; Pensaccla/ Pla., 1 ' afier " spending his 10-day' leave here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Thompson and his sister, Miss Dollle Thompson, while here he. also visited in Decrlng, Mo., as the guest or his grandparents, Mr. and Mi's. R. M. Thompson. The former , Chick football player will continue his work as' an air machinists mate. Mrs. R; M, Thompson lias returned to her home In Deerlng, Mo., ,"\f- ter n visit of several days here as guest of her sons, H. E. .Thompson, Buren Thompson and Clyde Thompson and her daughters. Mrs. y. A. Bailey and Mrs jack shel- ton and their families, En.slgn "John L. Thompson Jr., stationed.with the, Navy at Norfolk, Va., Is spending -his leiive". here with hlsjf/parent?^ Mr. and • Mrs. John L. i^tympson Sr.- He. will return Saturday'to'Norfolk;;//. : • Mr.' and;Mrs.. ; Z.. A.-McCulstoh, long time residents o.r;-:Blytheyllle, left yesterday /or • Knpxvllle, Teiiji., where they will make their home. Mr. -MeCulstbn, who has been .employed at. BlylhcvJIlQ Army . All- Field,, has' been transferred' to' Knoxville. ' > At The Hospitals • '-Walls-irospilab Admitted:.. ;; - .,". .'.Tomato.'', v^rv^-^T-rv-.-/! Leachvllie. 1 Mrs, 1 H; S.'McDanlel, Steelc, Mo. Mrs, I.,. A. Crows, city. Mrs. Louts Bauglier, Manila. Mrs. Morris Bmck, Dell. Dismissed: Mrs. Amos Huffman, Steelc, Mo. Gayle Page Glisson, Senath, Mo. Jcnnnelta Jeah McFarland, city. Blytlievllle Hospital Admitted: , Mfcs Alice Whitsltt, city. Mrs. Joe Morton,- Manila.. Irene Bell, Cochran, Mo. Dismissed: • • James Dozler, city. , James M. Long, city. J. W. Roden, city. Memphis Baptist Hospital .Reggie Young, Osceola. Mrs.' Fay'e Cochran,' Luxoro. Memphis ; Methodist HospiUl Admitted: -. •'.'', Mrs. ; Bill 'cope, CaruUiersville, Mo/ ' ' .'•'.'. ., ",• ,• •••'." . .- Memphis St. Joseph's Hospital : Admitted: •. / Matthew Pike, Haytl, Mo. Calls' For Co-Operation Of Farm Bureau Leaders BIRMINGHAM,; Oct. 31 (U.PJ— Alabama's Senator John .H. Baiik- lieajd malnlains that close arid consistent contact 1 with government officials In charge'of the cotton parity program will assure Its successful operation. At- the annual meeting of the Alabama Farm Bureau Federation in. Birmingham last night, he called for the cooperation .of nil of the 750 delegates attending the meeting. The senator told .them that the greatest problem facing the farmer today was the distribution of cotton and its products. Federation .• delegates, following Bankhead's speech,' approved a, resolution calling for simplification of the government purchasing pro- gvam, It was directed at the cotton program chiefs In Washington and demanded a workable and understandable program at once. In some Soiith African fields, compressed aii- is blow diamonds out of crevices. Mrs. Earl -McGregor, who has leeri ill- at her home -oh South Division street..for the-past two months,''is'.'Improved. ; George DiiviiV who underwent an opera tiqri on'his eyes last week 'at' a • clinic'.in ^Mcmphjsjj: returucd there this morning 'for : further' Ireatmeht. *< Miss Alice Whltsltt has been ad~ Personalized We Imprint Your Name on Your Own Selection of Cards or Stationery Right Here In Our Store! NOW IN STOCK-NO WAITING! * '* KIRBY BROS. UG STORE Main and Broadway '* oil Hof Off the Fashion Plate! A BIG^SHIPMENT OF NEW DRESSES!! (Yes^this is Just ^vhen'you want a' new -"dress— when~you : Klamorous for the coming holidays-Penney's hasfa vivonderful • ne\v, collection for you ! ^ '.Figure flattering^resses in softest Darbropk Faconne 1 , .—^n'embossed.faxon crepftMnches are'snipped froms the waistline^the gored skirt "sHms'trie hips, and the> deep^toiany.-womanVln'.reg-j iular'arid. naif ^sizes l. r .|rj'AH-arouiid|two-piecft7g'ab- [ardirie'dresses for theco]lege~girl or. business .woman' .. .-JRayon' sheer .Uyo-piece .dresses,' some \with ;accordionjpIeated;skirti.T-CsevereToverbiouses\with .bright.sl8shes:of;co]or"at"neck]ine.;and;s]ioulder— !Rnd_ni6ny..more!. • . • NOW BREATHE FREER ^1rop3 in each nostril shrink membranes,'colj stuffed iiqso opens. Cau- I tion:Ulbbnlyniidircctcil. IPENEIRO dose DROPS ••;•;• Beautiful New GI F,T S For Weddings, Anniversaries and AH Occasions. New Holiday Merchandise Now Here. the Gift Shop Modern & Antlqnc Gifts MOSS BRYAN ~ George VVr/g/it's Cafe N. Hwy. (il and Pnrk St. : IS NOW OPEN We've remodeled interior and installed new furniture and fl.v- tures . . . Sandwiches, Ijunches and Cold Drinks. MARGARET'S 3EAUTY SHOP 1H B. Knl Phone 2532 Bring U* Your Beauty Problems Modern Equipment • expert Beantlclanj Contmuoui Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show StarUf2:(IO LISTEN TO Ki.ON I:H AJtt. 12:45 p.m. i.-3» y Tuesday & Weflnesday A UNIVERSAL PICTURE Selected Short' Subjects. iH COMING SOON TO THE RITZ THEATRE The Master Race—will) George Cou- Jouris am! Standley Kictges. Two . Girls and 2 Sailor—with Van Johnson & Jimmie ptirantc Going.'My Way—with Bins Crosby and Kise Stevens Since You Went An-iij 1 —with CI;iu- tlette Colbert, Joseph Cotten ;ind Shirley Temple. SUttnen But. &• Sun. Only Opens 'each eight 6:45; it»rU I Open* BnnSaj 1:00; Btirtu 1:11 dntlanoni Sliowi Sit. »n* Sin. R»r(*ln Nliht Evtry Nitbt Ut konored on J««*»y if the K«ty. Tuesday & Wednesday Double Feature nnd Lady Gangster with Fayc Emerson & Julie Bishop Also WOSIO'S CHIMPIOMSMI' Bears vf Detroit Lions

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