The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 2, 1944 · Page 4
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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK;) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, NOVF,MB,ER 2, 1944 Coming Events FRIDAY 7. , Unitel .Council of Christ sin • Wo' men sponsoring observance of >Vorld Community Day at special service at First Presbyterian Church, 3 p. m. ' Mr$. J.'p.'- Smith entertaining C. B C. 1 Club. Initial .- Club meeting ullh Mrs. \V. S.'Eastburn. [Ladles:Blble-Class."of First Metti- cxjist Cliiirch meeting.yrtlU-Mrs. Sam Rhodes, 416 Chicknsawba Avepue, 7:?0 p.itf. . > ' ' Mrs. Byron Nail entertaining G. VIrs. Gaines Is Hostess Mrs. Lucia?) Onlnes entertained 12 ji'.ests yesterday afternoon at Iirjr lomc on East Main Street in special compliment, to Mrs. G. s; At- clnson. ' Yellow marigolds .and -white ..carnations docprnted the entertaining rooms of the .home. Prizes In ..the games played during c awurdecl Mrs. Mrs. S. p. Me- N, B. Club -Dorcas Class of Firsl' Baptist Clnirch having business meeting nt chuKl), 2-30 p. m, \\lth Mrs. J. the afternoon were litilpljj'JBen'yman, N D. Adklns anil'Mrs. T. L. Cassldy as hostesses. . Entertains Bridge Club. Mrs. W. H Mlnyard ttiib hostess to the W/ecUiesdny Bridge Club and three Additional guests yesterday, afternoon at her home -for luncheon and an afternoon biidge game .Guests included Mrs. Marvin Rpb- .inson, Mrs. W. J. Pollard,nnd Mrs Hunter .Sims, Chrysanthemums were used as .« centerpiece for the luncheon table where a two course luncheon was served. 1 ' ' . ! HJgh score pri?£,went to Mrs. F. E.; Black and second high to Mrs. Baker Wilson. . , * * • Son Born Saturday Mr.,and Mrs. Royal Sanders .are the parents of a son born Saturday rooming at Blylhcyillc Hospital. The baby ,hns been nnmed Johnny Lee. The Sanders have smother son, who Is three. Mrs. Sanders is the .fprnior Miss Imogenc Gnines. * * ' • Club, .Guests,Entertained. Mrs.'Wnlker.Baker and-Mrs. G. E, Keck pjayed. .bridge w.ltn members ,, ^of the'Town and Country'Cluu when L._ they were entertained yesterday afternoon by Mrs. o: W. McCutchei ' ' at 'her home on West Main. Light refreshments were served , during the -afternoon, and. Mrs. Bakfir was presented with high score, prize and Mrs. G. G. Cnudlll with, second high. , * * t Mrs. Stevens Is Hostess Gee, Mi's. Russcjl Galncs, MIS. Fred Child ftnd Mrs. Harry FrIUIus, wM.le the drawing cards -wppt to Miss licue Duffy, Mrs. .Russell Gaines end Mrs. Atkinson. The .hostess served a sandwich plate with Iced drinks, and the guest of .honor was presented with an assortment of gi(ts .from . the guests' present. Mrs,^Galnes also was pre- Bits of News s Mostly, Personal from Mrs. Alma Mr. C. S. Stevens returned to Osceola tills morning after a visit .of several days as the guest of her f.on, Colcmah Stevens anil Mrs. Stevens. She plnns to leave the latter part of this week for I'ly- mouth, N. c., where she will spend several months with her daughter, Mrs. Eugene Still and family. Mrs. Russell Barhnm, . M.rt'. Bob Lee Smith, Mrs. Carl Wallace, Mrs. Elsie Wallace of Kclser, and Mrs. Cecil Lowe spent yesterday In Memphis. Mrs. Bnrlinm and Mrs. Smith stayed over .for several days, while the others -returned home |nst night. Mrs. C. R. Mnddox and her daughter, Mrs. Howard Coldren of Alhnmbra, .Calif., w|io Is visiting her parents here for several weeks returned home last .nighl from Memphis where they spent several (lays while Mrs. Maddox was undergoing a medical checkup. Mrs. Claude Alexander, Mrs/Ralph Walker nnd son, Robert Lynn, and Miss Willie May Masscy spent yesterday in Memphis. Bob Hcrrlck, machinists mate In the Navy, Is spending his two weeks The hostess .served a salad course.) leave hero with ills brother, Gordon Hcrrlck nnd family, and In Kennett, Mo,, with his mother, Mrs. Edgar Herrlck, Mr. Ilcrrick, who .has been stationed nt Miami, Fla., is being transferred to a port in California. Lieut, and Mrs. Wlllnrd .G.! Plcnll returned home last night after two months spent In Houston and other lioinUs in Texas while .Lieutenant Plcntl was taking a special course of Instruction. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Wundcilicl and family luive as their guests foi [Church Council 1 rsi r* -I Plans Special Service Friday A special worship .-service 1 will be lield tomorrow afternoon, 3 o'clock, nt First Presbyterian Church, uudor sponsorship'of the United Council of Church Women, with the Rev. Hnrvcy T. Kldd, pastor of Die church, as speaker. Theme of the service will be "The Price of Ensuring Peace", sented with a Sehcjrer. Mrs. Taylor Entertains ., Mrs. .Jesse Taylor, entertaining members of the Tuesday Bridge Club that afternoon. at her 'home on. Vest Main Street, also .was hostess to fpur other guests, .including Mrs. .Henry Humphreys, Mrs. M. O. Usrey, Mrs. G. B. Keck and Mrs. Chester Qaldwcll. High score prize among club members was won -by Mrs. .W. C. Higginson and -second high. by Mrs. .Lloyd Stlckmon,. with Mrs. Humphreys receiving high score among the guests. At The Hospitals ond will consist of n prayer service, scripture readings and the-address by the Rev. Mr. Kldd. Special music will be furnished by members of the high school girls' glee club, with Mrs. P. 'B.' Joyrier as ficcompanist. Women of all faiths are invited to nuciui this .service, of whicl Mrs. Zal B. Harrison of • (he Presbyterian Church, Is program leader Members at the program committee arc Mrs. \V. L. Green of Street Methodist Church, Mrs. D. McDowell St. Stephen'. •|])c, has bc.cn .transferred. froin jamp Shelby, Miss. In service for he past 40 months, Sergeant Oiler formerly was with the National OuarU and served a year in Alaska. Ms wife and son will arrive In ilylhevlllc soon for a visit with ler mother, Mrs, C. E. Parks, bc- ore Joining him In Mississippi. +' * * ' Tech. Corp, W. II. "Dub" Bo- lannlng, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ira [Jnhannlng of niythcyillc, has arrived in India, according to infer-, nation received by his mother. Corporal Bohannlng had .been In he States for several months after laving serycd 10 months with the Army Air forces In the Solomon Islands before lieing hospitalized, sack for treatment in a hospital icre. First Sergt. Ernest W. Haynes, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Haynes of Duinas, Ark,, where hU father is a farmer, has just completed Uvo years of duty overseas. A 1031 grad- imfe of Blythcvitlc High School, jcrgcant Haynes was a farmer prior to his induction Into the Army In July, 1941. He is a veteran of the Hollandia operation which cut off the entire Japanese 18th Army and again advanced General Douglas MncArthur's forces several hundred miles nearer the Philippines. Sergeant Ilayi|es has two brothers in servlr.e. Captain Sam Haynes Is with the Air Corps, and Staff Eci'ct. Elmer Haynes, of the field artillery is In New Guinea. • » » Pvt. Clyde Newman of Blythcvllle, who was inducted into the Army Oct. 16, now Is stationed nt Camp Robinson, Ark. • • « H. G. Partlo.w, seaman 2-c (y.) in the* Navy, has been sent to Washington. D. C.. for special duty for several weeks. Mr. Partlow's •.vife an ( i children arc coiUluuing to make their home in Blytheville while he Is in service. E|))scopal Church, Mrs. J.-.O. Ellli of First Christian Church, nnd Mrs James Hill Jr.,; from First Methodist Church. Admitted: lUytlievillc Hospital Mrs. .G. G. Caudill Jr., and .Mrs. Robert Phillips were guests of Mrs. Coleman Stevens Tuesday night, wheii she entertained members of La Neuve Club for an evening of bridge. ' Fa.ll flowers attractively decorated .the entertaining rooms of the Stevens home. High score prize for club members-was won by Mrs. John R. .McDonald and second high by Mrs Richard B. Logan Jr., while Mrs CaudlH was high .among'the guests ..Mrs. Stevens was assisted by Mrs W.: D. Biggs in serving a .dcsser. course. * * * Club Eight Has Parly .Mrs. Jesse. M. While was a gues of Mrs. L. S. Benish last nigh when she entertained members o Club-Eight-at their regular weekly bridge game. Chrysanthemums and other Fall flowers were attractively arranged throughout .the entertaining rooms of the Benish home. High score prize for the games was won by Mrs. Paul Jobe and second high by Mrs. Otto Scrape, and the hostess served a salad course with Iced drinks. Mrs. Helen Tweedle, city. Miss Fay Dickinson, city. Fannie Bell Guyton, Hayti, Mo. Dismissed: "Robert .Hall, city. Walls Hospital Admitted: pwiginVH. Blackwood, city. Billy Baledge, Leachvllle. Bernard Hardcsly, Annorcl. Harvey Hastings, Stcele, Mo. Dismissed: Cecil Ashabranner, .Dell. Lucius, 'Logan, .West Memphis. Mrs.. Hoi'.Beavers, city. Billy Dennis, Copter, Mo. ,Mrs. :CepU' Fowler and onby, .city. Mrs. Lewis Baughcr and baby> la nil a. : Memphis liapti.st Hospital .d milled: Thomas Tyler, Luxorn. M^mplils St. Joseph's Hospital ulmitted: , Frenchman's Bayou. several days, Mr. .ai>^ Mr". H^'/olc 1 Nelson of Kansas City, Mo. Mrs. Harry W. Haines returnee' this afternoon from 1 Battle Creek Mich., where she spent-the past two -weeks. Condition of Dwight H. Blackwood of Osceola. .who was ..removed :lp Walls Hospital for trealmenl yesterday afternoon, was. improved today. Mr. Black\vopd suffered n severe heart attack Tuesday afler- oon at the Clarence Wilson horn 'here he and Mrs. Blackwood have ecu visiting for several weeks. c ormer .Missouri Star ' Held In German Prison . .... i j . .\ Lt. bai'old W. Jenkins, a student officer who received the wings of a military pilot in graduation exercises at the BAAP in Marcli 1943, is a prisoner ofiwar lifter'hnvtiig been shot down over .Germany. /Ltcutenant Jenkins, Is a native of Higginsvllle, Mo., and was a student at Missouri University at Co- .Itimbla when he enlisted in sports and was chosen center on the All- Amer\can football team in 1911. iearing Set Tomorrow n Assault Case Here In World Way II, every 1,000 .American combat soldiers ai equipped with 23 Amry Ordnnauc field artillery pieces, while ii World War I. the same number o men had only four field guns. \Aen In Service Randolph P. "Red" Paries, son Mrs: C. E. Parks of : 91)3 East Jhci'ry Street, BlytlievtUe, has been u'omolecl io seaman ITC fin the Vavy. Mr. Parks now is vecupcrat- following a knee, operation per. orincd at a navnl liospltul somc- vlicre in the Pacific war ?.om. vhere lie has spftnt 11 of: his 17 nontlis of service nboar<l an aircraft carrier. He took h|s boot .mining, nt Snn Dicsjo, .Calif. Mrs. Parks also has a son-in- aw, Sergt. Raymond T. Beaty, now in service In India. A machinist with the Army Air Forces, Sergc- •ml Bcaty took Ills basic training Miami Bench, Flu., and has served 11 months .overseas .in Africa and India. Mis wife, the for- iicr Miss Eloisc Parks, and their daughter, Glcnda, are making tlicit home nt 110 South Hth St., Bly- thcville, while Sergeant Beaty i: overseas. .• .• * • Sergt. Fred I. Oliver, son' : of Mr and Mrs. H. G. Oliver of ,Blytlic- Welfare Funds Paid LITTLE HOCK, Nov.,2 (U.P.) — Arkansas .Welfare Director J. A. Carpenter says his department Issued more than $508,000 In as- flstance grants to some 34,000 pei- tons during October, i Greatest number of grants went for old age assistance. A total of $496,444 went (o-some 27,900 pei- ionfi .In this'-category. Average old age assistance grant was $17.70, Try o.ur "Own Made" ICE CREAM die Hickory Inn! .tnm Hl*h &TOT SaSSIE and the FOLKS & & I told Maizie Miller she ought to hespanlccdfCpught her right in the act of tlirowiti' out some perfectly gcxnl ham.They wercplumb tired of eatiti' it, she say L. NE5TL.E.BABY HAIR TREATMENT .GAVE ME PRETTY CURLS 'Thvere'i rolMng more odorable Hian toll . cxiili end (inglul* framing a ^ubby lltrle (DCS. And ihanVi to Heille Baby Hatr, Trtolmenl, ywr bob/ can hav* ihiit loit\f cuiJi. Manogcd regularly inlo rh»- icotp'rvhen iccond grc^lh of fioir iioboul one inch tor g, Baby Ko'\t Ti*a1m< nl heV 1 , Io form illky tuill end /ingleli lhal moWi bob/l hail !ooV ihicVer and more Ikiiu- lianl. Advedlied tn cnJ Commended by Paienti'Wogoime.Sl.OObQltle moVei o , Full quod o! rreafrr.e^l. Buy a bollf« totfai 1 / WOOD'S Drug Store "Have it v/Uh Johnny Cnke'n Gravy," I says, "an 1 you'll relish it ail over again. Use new Royat S.A.S. I'Kosphatc Bakih 1 PowJer on' sec how light an 1 tender tlmt Johnny Cuke is"...Maizie does all htr bakin' wjthnewRoyolnow—swearsbyltlYou Vr'ill, too, folks. Get new Royal today. Mrs. DALTON G. FOWLSTON, B, A,, M. S, M. ORGANIST and TEACHER '•'••• of PIANO -^ ORGAN and VOICE - •_ Former New. York Organist and Teacher For, Appointment Write Mrs. Fowlston .', , . .1101 CWckas.awba or Phone 2049 Tlirce Osceola women are lied-; to fnc.q. jtrinl . tomorro^ .J Jiiiiicipnl Court on chhrges gi'6w-| ng out of iin alleged fight which ook place Tuesday night in n cnr on Highway 01 near the city limits. Mi's. Hlldrccl Moore, charged With nggrnvntcd nssnult, is in the county jnil here, and Mocljne Davis nnd Odcllc Davis, p|inrged with ns- 5ault and battery, how are free under bond. • -— - Modlne Davis was cut .in the back by the Moore woman, according to county officer;,'. Given first aid nt a hospital, her injuries were not nellevccl serious. Severn! men were in the cnr, it was said, hut the argument climaxed with a fist fight and slush- ing of the Davis woman. SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS, properly designed, are remembered always. Our -flowers .are al- Vays fresh, and nil work is guaranteed to please. .Let our expert ieslgners help you with your floral needs. ^ FLOWER SHOP F.TJ>. Service Ph. 491 Mrs. J. M. (Mao)' WUliamSr OWBCT •We Deliver Anywhere J. LOUIS CHERRY NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE £0. BIylfievlU«, Ark. The Verdict is in Favor , ^ \ i V S i.• of OLD JUDGE he Coffee with You'll say Old Judge is the most delicious codec you have ever tasted! It's the exclusive ,. irradiating 'that turns the trick in its favor- giving it a flavor-boost —keeping it at the peak of taste-tingling satisfaction. Imported from the finest coffee producing countries of Central and South America—Old Judge is grown where pure sunlight fills its beans to bursting with an incomparable full-bodied flavor. 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Fbrt Phone 2532 Bring <J.t Y,our Bcoofy Pfpb/qmj Modern Ko.olpDi«iit Expert Beaatlcianm • Continnons Shoin Etery Day Box Office Opens 1:45 t5hovf StsrtB 2:0fl LISTEN TO KLCM iz-.a t:M Thursday and Friday •] BURLESQUE TO'BIG TIME!" MURFIIY.JOWDAVIS-NANCY KtltY'COHSIAKC.E MOORE. jf. ALCEE ! Snpcs mat carry you tliru OOAOVVAY, yotir day with a jong in Co!uo! yotir ncorl . . . so sure ol your lasliion riglilnc$s . .., so youtliltilly pcijcd. There s An undcrlonc of tijm ea?e, too, in UK nuikecl Rliyllim • Tread's mat cushion your loot at ticcl, arch and liall o! loot. RKp Bodlo Pkiuis Panrnioimt NSvs~"a"ii(I Selected,^ Short Subjects COMING SOON TO R/TZ THEATRE ff The Master Race— with George C(j lotiris anil Standlcy Kidges. j Two Girls and a Sailor — with VJ, Johnson & Jimmie Durante : Going My Way— with Ring Cro;; and Hise Stevens ». /; Since 1'on Went Away — with Cli j [lette Colbert, Joseph Coltcn a Shirley Temple. The Family Shoe Store 312 W. Main Phone 2342 EOXY Matinees flat. A Snn. OnlJ OIMTU each night 4:45; itartl'i Openi Bnndiy 1:00; Start* 1:1 : C»ntlcnoni Shows Sat. tot 8t \ Nlfht Every NUht Kxc ' SatuiaT. honored en Thursday and Friday BASIL RATHBONE NiGETBiCE A UNIVERSAl PICIUSE -1]'^ Selected Short Sublet .:; ^^^mm^m^m^U 'i

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