The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 1, 1944 · Page 2
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Wednesday, November 1, 1944
Page 2
Start Free Trial

TWO BLYtHEViEf (AUK.) oURiKH,' ' WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1.-1944 group. Coming Events - THURSDAY Thursday contract club Meeting W sh » ads d , dost !n t , ^'^fanf^ur&.nin.; ^KAii*!^ c Thursdaj Nljht Bridge Club membeis of Ills Junior High School of Mrs. W. L .Green, president, lot- llmiiy, Miss., after a visit of sev- lowed lunch. crai days lierc ns i!" cst s of tliclr Climax of an evening of ' ghost"! Mrs. Bates Sturdy presented the !son, Pvt. Hollls L. Moody nnd fam- Another In the series of paitles Octette Club meeting v(ith Mrs B, C Rose / - ' i " ;•£' United Daughters of the Conled- iyacy meeting ijltli Mrs Roland Green, 12 30 p m Mrs Ross D' Hughes' entertaining 1hurtda\ Luncheon Club. \ " FRIDAY United Council ol Chrlstaln Worn en sponsoring observance of World Community Day at, special service at First, Presbyterian Church, 3 p in ' t Mrs'J D Smith entertaining C S C Club ,, \ Initial Club meeting with Mrs W. S.' Eastburh. ' • Ladies Bible Class of First Methodist ClVur,ch meeting with Mrs Sam Rhodes, 416 Chickasa^ba A\enue 7 30 p'm' . ". MS' Byron Nail entertaining G N )B Cluto was that given by Jlmm> Lowe at his home at 317 North Sixth Street, for 12 frleridsJThlsYoo'was climaxed with'a wetrier roast In the backyard of the home. Mrs. Bishpp, Is Honored At, Birthday Paity Monday Mrs Walter Bishop, teacher of- the ' Gleaners Class of First Baptist Sunday School," was guest of honor at a surprise birthday, ilarty given Monday night at the home of Mrs. J. P. Friend, when hostesses Included Mrs. Friend, ' .MWi J. W. Rajdei. Mis O M Morgan, Mrs Kendall Berry and Mrs. James Westbrook; ' ! Members of the cla,ss attended Ilic revival services'at the-chiirch In a group, and Ipter went to Mrs Friend's home where Mrs. Blsho|: had/been;.asked to,drop In for an informal. visit. Upon arrival, the group-'sang "HappyBirthday.", and led her Into the (lining icom where the birthday gifts: had'been ar- ranged-oii the:table. , A pink and whlto color scheme was carried out throughout the dec- Ghosts And Goblins • HolcKSway Over City "Black cats, witches and ghost. Iiel3~|ias in BVjthexllle last night with numerous small parties g!\en throughout the cits, and with group orations ot the refreshment table of joung people making the round covered with a hand made crochet ojUhe homts v.ith "tricks or tieat' ed cloth and centered with n largi the-rule ol the evening pink alirt white birthday cake on Linda Rayder was hostess to 20 mirror plaque, surrounded with members -ol the : youngest of the .-tiny-plnk'<nnd whlteJroseburts. Sleh-: 'small fry" whe.n she entertained der pink tapers, burning In silver with a Halloween partv at the home candelabra, cast a soft glo\\ over of her parents, Mr.iand Mrs J W ,the setting V 1 Rayder on Holly Street, which was] After Mrs Bishop had opened her gay 'wjth cornstalks, pumpkins and gifts, refreshments of ice cream real live.fortune telling witch, por- and cake were served the-20 guests trajed by Catherine Westbrook who attended. A prize went to Martha Ann Fos- '"' * ' * tei for winner of the Black Cat C\im fiiipstc F contest, and the:children were,s>. • V " 1UU> UUCM S L ed:refreshments of Iced drinks and cookies \ < Members.of Pack!Four,Den Three flcrnoori worship service on the opic of "We Must. Build. In Peace \nU, In Love", and the Rev. Mr. ilurciy save a communion service urlng the afternoon. . The meeting, closed with prayer iy 'Mrs. Sturdy. Bi-Monthlx Club Meets All members of the Ill-Monthly 31ul>.attended the party given ycs- orday afternoon by Mrs. O. W. r'yles ,'at her home, .which was at- ractjvely decorated with chrysan- hem'ums anj roses. ...Light refreshments were served during the afternoon, and high score 1 prize, was awarded Mrs. O. S. Barnes, and second high to Mrs. Emina' Nolen. Vlrs. Cherry Is Hostess Members of the .Women's Auxiliary of St. Stephen's Eplscoplal Church were •entertained' Monday afternoon" in the home, of Mrs. J Lewis'< Cherry, when Mrs. Thomns B.'- Smytlie Jr., was in 'charge o" Hie program. . Mrs.'j.;D. McDowell, president of the. auxiliary, .presided over II? 1 brief -business session,' anil members present worked on the articles they are selling: to raise money for the organization; • '. ..; ';-••• • : Refreshments were served during the sQcjal hour which followed. Two ut-of-tbwii guests-were present, Vfrs. H. H. .Bookhnrt-.of-Helena, Ark., ana Mrs. J. M. Countess Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Floyd A. White have '' returned Vltencicd Ion. from Chicago,' where' they n shoe dealer's convert' .Mr, and Mrs. Clawiie Rowland md their daughter, Mrs, Vance Fer- iiison, have returned to their honie n Warren, Ark.,t after a brief visit vllli another rdnilghtcr, Miss Sarah Frances Rowland. Mrs. Miles Lanier of Scnalh, Mo., spending the week, here as the guest of her daughter, Mrs. R. S. Holt nnd family..".- Schb6lsTo''Get" ' ; Sweety Potatoes ' For Lunch Menus .Some- 80,000 Arlcaiisns school children in 320 'schools -will 1 )« served sweet potatoes as part ol their noon dny meal. Carl Hlnton, acting district, representative of WFA's OI- flce of Distribution announced to- explained the: sweet potatoes day.' Meetings A meeting of tho chlckasawba Lodge No. 134, F. A A. M., will be held tomorrow night, 1:30 -o'clock; ijl the'hall. The master's degree will be conferred, It. was.announced today by Dcwey Gentry; : worshipful master. . ' . • were 1 being shipped to Arkansas schools upon requests of the'school sponsors ai)d arc part of the wartime stock-of the. War Pood .Administration. Schools will receive a thirty clay supply. • Commenting on-WFA's'direct distribution program, Hihlon said it Is often necessary to prevent waste 'of perishable foods and this shipment Is part of 1 WPA's prograrh'of getllng'inaxlmum use of all agricultural commodities produced in this country. • .Distribution of sweet potatocs.wil also be made to state Institutions through the State Purchasing Agent. BaugJjer,? Manila, a' soil 'yesterday nprnlng. <, .i' : r !<'C^Ji/f-is,. 0, f, Born to' Mr,' anS:- Mrs.- Marvin Brock, Dell, a son yesterday. Dismissed: •••'.'•••:•• ;•• Mrs. J. C. Farnswortli and baby, -ity,;:.,••;...;..'.• .•...' Mrs. John Cohoon,. Holland, Mo. . Blylhtvllle Hospital Admitted: : ''..-'..•.' v . Mrs. c. E. Renfro, cily. '.. Memphis Baptist Hospital Adinitted:. 'i "• - ,-•• .-'...'• ' Mrs. R. B, CaUdle/ clly; Wilbur Slroinohs.ysteelc, Mo. 'Jlmirile lie*; YeWlrigtbii, Frenchman's Bayou.-.-'; V'"- •'•:- ••- Seedless • tomatoes •_ can . be produced by using 1 certain chemical compounds to replace fertilization. Elaine,.Ark.; housegucsts of the Rev.' and Mrs. Thomas B. Smytlie . .ni.the.Cub Scouts entertained with a Fa'lowcen party last night at thulr dp: violated- In .the;backyard. of-Die fi-G. Lackmann homo:on Etist'Un- vis ^Grinning Jack-o-lantern faces gieclejj'tlje Cubs,.who each'broughl i gueswto'th'e party,, Traditional nrcorations ifor the holiday season had 'transformed the den into a sctffe guaranteed to strike terroi to the bravest heart , Bobbing for apples in the Miss Margaret Shaver, entertaining members of [he Double G, Club last: might .-at her.:honic, ; also was i tub Halloween contests and a prize for the. best ghost story of the evening amused the/ children for several hours, .and refreshments of'.popcorn peanuts, v cookies and Iced drinks were 'served r Jimmy Relnmlller, long her ofitbe-pack:,-who graduates into scouting Hhis'week with the arrlva hostess -to,.three', other 'guests, -Miss Mildred Lou Hubbard, Mrs! Wlllard H.. Pease, and Mrs:..Robert Porter f Dearborn, Mich, houseguest of ier pqients Mr and Mis B A. Lynch* 1 Bridge was plajed in the llsln'g •oom which was gay with Pall lirysanthemums; rases, asters and ntipdragons. ' :Hlgh score prlze-'-in the bridge games wenl to Mrs.' Porter and ecory- 'high to -Miss •Hubbard, •: Miss.Shnver servefl'a dessert , a Scout handbook,as a fare from felfdw Cubs*' ^ 3 hostesses lor tne evening Includ W Mrs '-Lackmann, oen mother firs L E Baker, Mrs Dixie Craw Jr8rd apd Mrs Joe Cagle -^Patty, Joyce Holt, daughter of Mi and Mrs R S Holt, was hostess to *J4 l _girls from 7 till 10 o'clock last iiight at her home at 1504 West Walnut f \ i-" The gaily costumed guests played QIC traditional, Hallowe'en games and contests, with appropriate priz- ft guen,the winners, and the hostess, assisted by her mother, served refreshments of fcot chocolate and Harry.Fritzius Jr., also entertained lh an informal holiday party last )gnt at his home on West-Main treet, when guests Included 12 Son Is Born Yesterday Corp.'- and Mrs, Lacey E. Gordon arc the parch I s> of n son born yes terdiy mornlnjj at BljlhevlUe Ai ni) Air Field hospital ^Thc bub} their/firs), chUd, hns beep name' Mfnrsliall, Allen Gordon ' "Mrs''Gordon Is the former Miss Amj Ruth Moirls daughter of Mr :arid Mrs: Iversbn Morris. 1 • » * Week Of Piayer Observed Ten members, of the Woman's So. clety 'of Christian Service of Lake Street Methodist church met Manday at the church (or an all-day meeting In Observance of the Week Of Pra\ei' ' Mrs A L Reagan uns in charge of the' morning worship service on the theme 'of "Continuing Power", assisted by Mrs George Stllwell, Mrs. C.'M. Baxter nnd Mrs. Joe Mrs.'Peiiri.Hires/Mis. L. A. Colh- .eh,;.Mrs.-Fred Copcland and soil, boh, have returned from . Union Clty..and Stinron.'Tcnn.,"where they •Spent 1 - 1 several; days with rcliillyds. Mrs.',, Hires' was .'the guest of her daugHter.iMrs. j. W. Dunn, Jr., ; and tht. others visited Mrs. Duon anii rela'tives'iii Sharon. . ' . ' Si 'Arch, Llndscy and daughter, Miss Ruth Lindsey, returned yesterday from. .Chicago, where they spent 'several days with Mrs. Und- s'ey's. son, .William Elmer Lindsey who Is stnlioncd nt the Naval Piei there. Pvt, Hollls L. Moody, left Sntur day for. Fort Mendc, Md., after spending! his 10-day, furlough here with his wife and ehildien Mi nnd Mrs G A Moadj have icturned 'to their home in N.CV, Al Girl Scout News i Sixty Girl Scouts and .their leaders, attended -church services Sunday morning at First Christian Church. The-girls, led by Mrs."W. D. cobb, sang the Girl Scout hymn is part of the service. ' * *. * • *. ' : . ' Members of the • Lone.Troop. As- ioclatlon-met-Monday night at the ionic of Mrs. Robert Grimes, when hrcc new members of the council attended their first session. .These ncluded Mrs. 1 . L. B, Benish, Mrs. R. E. 'Van' Hoosler, and Mrs. Tim Estes.' Following the business meeting, materials for- hnndcraft work to be clone In the troops were discussed and plans made to order these materials. The .music for the'' troops also 1 .was discussed, and plans formulated: to have the girls start working on their Christmas enrols.^ The next meellng of the group will .be held Nov. 27 tit the Little Jl.oufie. -1 ' -. .- 'r , . --• v.i from last Summer's, campers i Roberta Bracey mid June Stlres went to Klwani, where. June won , the • 'swimming and. boating badges. - Anne Gatens and Donna : Sue.Gore went to Shelby ':'.Forrest, and Mnurcen Norris fe'poited a; "wonderful month at Ouachila again -this Summer. Wlien Galileo first discovered the-i-lrigs planet SiVurnf he saw ihein 'sldewlse,' and tliought the planet had handles. : WARNING OKDER ^. ".. Vivian'Olascoc Is warned, : .to appear in the Chancery Court, for the Clilckasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas, within thirty .days from, (be date hereof, and answer a complaint filed against her 'in, said court by Elmer Glascoe;'Dated this 17th day of -October;- 1044. . . i .'• HARVEY MORRIS, Clerk. Reid & Evraid, Attorneys for Plaintiff. : Jesse Taylor, . Attorney ad Litem. .-.-.. At The Hospitals , Walls Hospital ' Admitted:-^., • •-',:. B.1Ily ;Dennls,' Cooler, Mo., ' .Born 1 to -^Mr. nnd Mrs. -John H Crook, Rb'3, city, a daughter las to ' Mr. .and • Mrs.' -Louis nlRht. Born- StJoseph .:. AspiRiR/. ;\ WDRIOS LARGEST S(UE» AT ID MAY ; Satisfaction, Guaranteed Gifted reader, and- advisor. Hwyf'il8.-.W.est';at-''end of Blytheville Bus Line. -'i5''iiii>.^^/W-A?^-v 'READIN«GS> DAILY Pecan- tap"i'oots usually penc- rate^jee (9^^. f,e s t;jdccp. ^ Millions Switch To Mutton Suet Idea For, Chest, Colds Quickly Relieves Children's Colds' Coughs, Loosens Phlegm Many mothers nil over America nre switching to. this idea oi getting fiist relief for. tlioso cliest cold miseries. They are simply, follow ing Grandma. For years sha counted on mutton suet to help carry her home medication to <io its pain-easing work on nerve ends in.thcf skin. No wonder so many .more now, welcome Grandma's idcn as improved by science—Penetvo, with its inulti iiiedicnteii formula in, a base con, tnining mutton suet—that acts'bo tit 'as.counter-irritant and pain rcliev' pr when you spread lit'On, and ar a soothing aromatic when broathet in. Anil so'today Penetid hurries along newer help in the old reliable \vay-rhilp that cases', painful mis- cr-y, lessens ' coughing*, .loosen; phlegm,- soothes cliest rawness—sc that you can'rest more comfortabl'j and give .nature a chance'to restore vitality, i That's why millions aw switching to Penetio today—wh5 .dr^iggiEts^aye;re.comnicn(lingit.: 25c •double'supply,35e. For all your 'fain' ily's • chesti jCold miseries,' he sur; .'yo'ii''g'et'\yhite, : casy-tp-use Penetto MOROLINE STKOyUM, JEUY |'A£ Beautiful New , GIFTS For W.tilJinjs, Anniversaries anil All Occasions. New Holiday Merchandise Now Here, The Gift Shop Modern & Antique Gifts MOSS BRYAN *! MARGARIET'S 3EAUTY SHOP 1M 8. Flrrt Phone 2532 Bring Us Your Beauty Prpblemt Modern Equipment > Expert Beauticians Co. f iric, home of PAINT SEPARATORS WATErl PU^PS ii-Sj BE;TiN(;i and PACKING liliC CRYSTALWARE l^tS OF HARDWARE ?iriqrie;'5i5; 'Blytheville,' Ark. Terminix Terminates , TERMITES BRUCE TERMINIX CO. MEMPHIS: ^ vSlN'GE.,1927 Conlmaoiu Show* Etery Pay Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN XO KLCN. . M*- !2:<5 »-™- 4:H I Mrs. DALTON C FOWISTON, B A, M S M. .ORGANIST and TEACHER of PIANO — ORGAN and VOICE Former New York prennlst and Teacher For Appointment Write Mrs. Fowlston 11U1 cuickasawba or Phone 2MB Strickland •Luriciieoh.; wns served.' »t' church d\u-mg the noon hour, nnd I' R brief business session In charge I ' Last Time Today Her Primitive Man with Louise Albrltton and Robert PniKC Selected Short Subjects I .: ',. . . . Thursday and Friday ' E - T 6"¥i G - : T i M E j ' "DIE MURPHY- JOtfl DAVIS . HWCY KilLY- CONSTANCE MOOBt RKO Bodlo P:t1ui* I'aramounl News and Selected Short Subjects COM/NG SOON TO f HE RITZ THEATRE The Master Race—willi Gcorse Coulouris and Slandley RiclECS, Two Girls mill a Sailor—with Van Johnson & Jimmie Durnnte inff My Way—with Binff Crosby • • .'. and Itise Stevens Since Ton Wenl Away—with-Claudette Colbert, Joseph Cotten and Shirley Temple. •f- Special Invitation to ail Ex-Service Men of WORLD WAR II 5th District Meeting Sunday, Nov. 5t/i AMERICAN LEGION HUT i f ' , "'Blythoville, Ark. Regnstei 10 A. M -— Crunch 11 A M pinner At Noon Band Concert By Boj Scouts Business Meeting 1 -15 IT'S A" LONG. WAY TO CHRISTMAS M i. 'jJoc Hearne and representatives of the Veferans ^Administration will spealc'on "THE^G. I.' BILL.' ,-pF RIGHTS." EXPRESSED WITH FLOWEJRS; >;>properJy>dedgid,mre remembered"alw»yi Our Do+en »re 'til'•. ' ' Taya fresh, and ,«11 work It guaranteed to please Let our expert , leslgcera help you with jour floral need*. BROADCLOTH DRESS SHIRTS ''• 1.98 'ale fit. Nucrofl* collars.' •' • RAYON TIES—WOOL-LINED! Salin finish. SiuccJ pat- QOf terns, anil leallicry. swirls^ , ** ELASTIC-BACK SUSPENDERS! Gay slripcs on dark back- OSK grounds. Comfortable! J BELTS—TOP6RA1N MATrjER! Cowhide, seal, gbaii Metal QQ$ and covered buckles. , '. * O SOCKS—R,«in<ore«d for Wear Clocks, verticals, horka 1.00 zontaU, spprly, plsidt, *''"''. 'Rff.U.S,Pti,Off; •- - '" '" 8»t.,* S""- P??y Opens each night 6:45; .rtmrti \ Opens.Bnod»j. 1:00; fjUrU 1:1* ' C«ntlnnoni Sliowi gat. »nf B«n, Sartala Nlfht.Every NUht Zxeeyt honored ou 3«»*»J if. th« R«IT. Last Time Torlay Double Feature with Faye Kmcrson & Julie Bishop -:' - .- .Also.' * FOR FABRIC * TAILORING; Chicago Bears vs. Detroit I,ions Thursday and Friday BASIL RATHBONE NIGEL BRUCE Wool Worsteds in fluids, ,:solid colors . and n multitude of stripes. ^.hairline,, pin, ''chalk and fancies! Single and double br'easl- models. Collars, hand-felled to hug the I'leck— coat fvoiits and arniholes tapetl to prevent buckling. , (stay;, \yel]:P^e|sed;!) . , rolling' lapels that .won't • crush • ctp'vyj) Styles in the trend toward "drape, AUWVUSM. PICtURE ...^elected.$hort. Subject servativc straight lines! « Reg. u. s. Pat, on. In Algeria with Jnracs Mason .V Catl-.i Lchmanu and Lady Gangster

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 8,900+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free