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November 3, 1944

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

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BLYTHEV1LLE (AUK.) COURIER NEWS Mrs.'Green.Entertains Budge Luncheon Given U.D.C/MemBeVs Yesterday MM Green nas hostess i lo 16 members of the Elliott HentJ Fletcher Chapter of the United Daughters of the' Confederacy j«s- tc'day afternoqn when, she e,oter- .ained with a liincliepn at Home'at 1012 West Ash Street. her vr—. —.. .,\vas served at small Jjbjes arranged In. the living room fiind; dining room of .the Green home During tne afternoon the menv bers present heard a report on the •state convention held last month in Ltttle Rock, and also a brief talk by Mrs. G.-. G. .Redman, ex- tcutlve secretar) a! the Mississippi County,. Tuberculosis Association, who told of the work being done u> that organization '.*"'• ' Son Is Born'Yesterday Sergt and Mrs", Louie O Smotli- feiman are t)ie^ parents ot a son UoriTjcsterday nfteinoon, 5 o'clock, at Bl>(he\i!le Armj All Field 1,0',The bab> John Otaer has' been. named The Suiotherrmns liavc n daugli- ter, -Judy, who is 18 months old Mrs. i Sniot herrrin n "• Is • th e . former Mi?vJjIaify]a : F!nklea, daughter, of Mr«>B iL Turner of Sikeston, Mo Sergsanti'Smotherman now U stationed, ionftwh^re to the South Pacific. v,a/ ijane^ C!ub', v Guests Entertained M$s!i. John CaudUl and Miss ^rancea Little plajed bridge with members of the A. D C Club tjlght when they HumphlcJSi wtw . ?' j he T f ( ' U1KjJ> Icidnj nfteinoon nl lier home, nlso MHS hostess lo to Mrs. teveral other guests, Including Mi* Marvin Fflblnson,' Mrs. W. H Minyard, Mrs. Walker Baker and Mrs Robert McArlhur of Wlnston-Sn-, leni, N. C; f low bowl of. chrysanthemums formed'the centerpiece for the dining tn,ble while n two coui'c luncheon wot, served, High score prize among club members In the bridge games played during the afternoon went o Mrs. If. W, WyJie anil second high Humphreys, while Mra. received high guest prize, Octette Club Enteitained All members of the pctette Club attended the luncheon and bridge piuty given yesterday foi thnt group by Mrs R c Hose, who en- terlained at hei country home' at Roseland Roses and Ftill chijsanthcmums formed n colorful backgiound fpi :hc two tables arranged in the.liv- ing room' nhere a' t«o coin so luncheon was served, and where Intel the guests plajed bridge , High scoie. prlie «ent to Mis Edwin Robinson and second high (o Mrs c C Langston by Mrs J L Stevenson Jr. *at her home on West Walnut Slrejt High scoie prize for the evening '\as-\\ -m by lylrs Sanford Shclton and "second high b\ Mrs Eluerl Huffman 1 ' Iced drinks were served during the "games and a salad course at the JftneJuslon of the evening Miss McAdams Is. Hostess Miss Jane McAdams entertained members-, of the Thursdaj Night Bridge tdub and one additional guest, v MlsS Jane Branson, last night at her home on North Sixth Street, , '' Bridge-iwas glave.d in the living roonf, which was attractively decorated with colorful Autumn blossoms i_J ,v. , ,_, High score prize w as won hv Mrs. Willaid H Pease and second high by Mnr Chafles Blttner, and the hostes^ served a salad plate Daughter* Born Tuesday Mr; and "Mrs John Croak, announce the"birth of a' dnnqhter Tuesday.at ^falls Hospital. The ba- i „ ^- IlRt cMd - has lKen named Betty 'Ann, > t Helen, i§fSMi£tjr!" 0 ™ er ^'^ Girl Scout News Sudbury Troop of, the Girl Scouts met Tuesday, when.:Byrdie Butler was elected scribe, of Patrol Two Jane Norton and •'• Melballne Hill pn-sed the requivenients for ten- del foot scouts, and the hlslorv of scouting and Girj Scout Week were discussed . | Doloies Paikcr 'wits' selected 'ns scilbc of Patrol One, of which Fiances Dov^dj is leader. These gicJs arc- stating on their home making bfldgj, ; and arc lo P'Mi a das s niemi and, to prepare one simple dlslc in order to earn tnelr badge All of Die girls nnswcicd ion cul] with the Gill ScotiF lati Bits of News Mostly Personal Sale Of Poppies Will Be Held .. Here Tomorrow . Hcd popples, exact replicas in paper of those which grew along the Imttlc-frouts In Prance, and made , WAVES and SPARS as completcrt the in . eting Held Bljlhevjfie Romans Club 'mem berMweie^nt^lalW a \ luncheon Thursday, afternoon at the home of Mrs £eor|e.Barham when Mrs B A Bugg was cofiosKS in L tJ, nCh ,? n Wns sen «i 'buffet stjle to _™ H members »ho attended During the afternoon, Mrs Charles Hay N e*eomb, present as,in charge of the business, when 't was voted to buj a $5 Tuberculosis Bond, to donate «5 to thl NaUoi, ai war Fund, and it™ purchase a $100 War Bond. Percy Wright then was introduc- Mk* Mrs() , NewC( >^. and made a talk, on the amendments / to be lion ° n 3t " eXt Tuesda >'' 5 clec- CoUcsi; Ne « "° W ls n ^W" 1 " ° rdore a lo "port N " al St ' lt ">" "' t!"l e " lltlc "" c <l Southeast State Tcichers College nt apo Guardeau and fo.merly nmrte ns T n i BI> " lelllle «"'«"! "she Oil Mm 'T W ot S\Mtt,»&.co Another membei of hei famllv n'so Is wearing the N avj blue as e ? P Stolen mm a" t Por t Hueneine Cal.f * 5 Pvt. Melba Foster, who Is with fc VVAC detachment Matloncd at I'yote, Texas, nrclved .vesterdny morning to spend an 18-day fur- 1^ U B' 1 wllli lier parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Faster and family. . Paul Charles Wagner, son of Mr. and Mrs.. Frank .Wagner, Is, lm- Pravcc! today a(. Walls Hospital, where he Is undergoing treatment for diphtheria. ^Dwlght Blnckwood of Osceola, who Is a patient, nt. Walls HospitBl where he Is receiving trcntmcnt ig n heart attack suffered j; Is Improved. .'Miv.mid. Mrs.: Lloyd Wise niul louglitei; Miss Patricia Wise, have '•"I- as-.ihclr giicsls for the past I M''S-. H. b, . Hnlsell, .poppy sale two^wccks; Mrs. 1 .Wise's cousin, Mrs i clialrman, will.be''In'charge of the- J. C.-Duffy am!, her young son iSnl<VHiKl.|iootlis'.wlll be miilntninca t.of.'KansM City..They will re- "'"" ' turn to their .home tomorrow. ^Mrs. T. J. Mahan 'and daughter, Mrs. James H. Hell, returned yesterday 'morning .from'Princeton' 'Kv where they had 'been visiting rel- atlye.5. Mrs. Mahan went up tivo weeks, ago, mid Mrs. Bell joined a week ago, having gone up to - nd the funeral of her uncle, Hugh Satterfield, who died last at Ws home-in-Princeton erans, ugnin will be sold on the streets of Hlythcvlllc tomorrow under sponsorship of the American Legion Auxiliary. Vividly and simply these blood-red liowcrs symbolize the highest Ideal of patriotic service, and by wearing them Americans help keep that Ideal bright for the America of today and tomorrow. ' Proceeds of the sale will go lo the child welfare fund lo cure for tlio children o( sick, or disabled veterans of World War I and n, or for those children whose fathers,' war veterans, have died, .leaving them dc- at both'.banks mid nl-the postofflce mul school girls will sell the. flowers on the streets as usual. Krutz /s Promoted' To Staff Sergeant Keeping Up With The Men In Service tJw\i S ' sten »ierg, who now ^making her home in Chicago, arrived, yesterday-to spend several days here with friends. ind Mrs.'Walter Heard and 21', George Ann, imve re lo their home In Malvern ;icv. a visit with Mrs. Hennl's i, Mr. and Mra. u. s. Brnh- an.cl. family. Mrs. Heard and baby were here for two weeks and, were joined Inst week by Mr. Mrs... James Williams of Memphis '••'Epcndlrit, tne weekend heie as the guest of hei mothei, Mrs J E Ciook mid fimllj Mrs R B Pin vis- Kent o Mem- pnu, toda> \vhcic she will join Mi Pin vis and vUieie they will ^tend the foothill (,nmp ( 0 be plnyed at Ormnp Stadium tomonoy, Mis/s Alice Whitsitt was mi wed to her home In (}, e Ingrain Apnrt- ments todpj after having umter- Bone treatment at Blvthevllli. Ho-, ;)ital for a few dajs Her condition ii much inipioved -Viarj Hopkins manager of m ™ n ' l y slore . hii retmncd loine froM St Louib when she attended markel Mis H H Bookhnrt of Hclem ;rp- and her daughtei Mrs J M •ountcss Jr, of El-iin D , Alk K . tinned home this morning nftei a sverat dajs \vith Mrs n ^ 'V,- dnu « nte r. Mrs Thomas 3 bmytho Ji and the Rev Mi AIR FORCE, Southwes 'Delayed)—Sergeant Charli *£ Krutz, administrative clerk In the Red Raiders,' crack Liberator bomber outfit of the Fifth 'Air —- •-- ——,...,.„ V>A v**i, A-jiiai ^i_u Wrce ha the Southwest Pacific has been promoted to staff sergeant He Is the son ofTHr. and Mrs B. S. Krutz, Route 1, BlythevlHe Ths sergeant has been overseas 31 months. H e entered the armv itr January, 1942 and within a few months found liimscJf in Australla. S-Sgt. Krutz was based in nortliern Austrnllu for IS months spent almost a yea,- In New- Guinea and now ,1s at nil advance base from which the Raiders are bomb: ing targets in the Hahrmhcr'ns Co) ebe<i Philippines and Boinco Staff Sergeant Kiut/ is n 1931 iaduate of tin Holland Mo hl»h school Beforo Joining the irmed forces IIP worked for Meiers Brothers Cotton GO He has been witU ie Ralcters during font cimpaigni tlie East Guinea and campaigns Papuan New Bismark Arclupela»o Wilford On Committee ' The Hev s B Wilford pnstor of First Methodist Church his been appointed as one of live mm Hers on the Con erenct Imcstnat us Commlt.cL -ic ti, c Noiih Ar Kansas Conference of the Methodist ^mircli DOH being held at Moinll- The confiruiee will tonight - Coi]). Edward A. McGregor so of Mr. and Mrs, G. E. McGrego of r-lytheville, now' Is stationed I San Francisco, Calif. • • * Ucul, riusscll c. Mosley, soil o Mr. and Mrs. S. Mosley of Blythe ville, is completing his tialnin as n iicavy bomber combat crew mnn fit Difgs Field, Texas, a (rain Ins sifitlon of the Second Air Fore on the Mexican border. He an'u .th otlioc members of his crew w| soon be sent overseas to take par in the aerial assault against th tunny. • * * William M. Edwards of Manll was graduated recently from th Naval Training School (Electric) a the St. Louis Naval Annoiy an received recognition as eligible t< (|unllfy for the, petty officer rate 0 electrician's mate .third 'das? H now is awaiting turthcr diit v v oidet to si'a or to some shore station '*• * .• Pvt. Louis Greene nnd'pu Bill Wilson, sent to Cain'p Chaffee, Pol Smith, tijxm'imhietlon In the Arm two weeks ago, have bcen-retui'nei to Camp Robinson. • * • Wednesday's copy, of the Mem liis Prfes^Scimltar l 'carried a pic turc of Sergj. Thomas D. Hawkins son of Mr.-.ahd Mrs. O, N. Hawk'lns of Blytheville. Sergeant. Hawkins overseas /or,.the past 9 months 'Is vodlo announcer and band leader at the nevviradio station.at Camp Ramgarh ift' the Chfna-Indla-Bur- ma tlieatcr/'n training center where -Chinese troops are taught modern methods' ot war by an American Cadre. Sergeant.. Hawkins Is with the quartermaster Corps u f the Army. His wife is making her home in Meridian. Miss., with her - parents white he'is' overseas. Dell Aerial Gunner Wins Second Cluster AN EIGHTH ' AIR FORCE BOMBER STATION EnghndtDe-' lave,l)_stiff Sgt Charles fa Armstrong of Dell B-n Hying For- tiess waist gunner n the 351st Bombardment Group lus been decorated with a second Onlf Leaf luster to hi u Air Medal for me- ntoaous a"liievcment on bombing attacks on enemj Europe The oit-Uion -iccompanvmg the At The Hospital* , „ BljIhevUle Hospital . dmitteci • Harry Walton, chafter Oak, Afo Mrs c E Renfro, city Miss Alice Whitsitt city Miss Fay Dickinson, city' ' ^Mn, Ro 5 al Sandys and baby, ci- . ' „, Walk Hospital Admitteci Paul Charks Wa E ner, city Mrs c L. Abbott, city ; Dismissed • ' • '. Bernard Hardesty, -Armorcl: Fha Diffej, tenehville. ' Kap " st Mrs w F Cecil, 'steele,' Mo.. Meetings A regular business meeting of th Officers' \yivcs.-Club, of Blythcvill Army Air Field will be held Mon nay, afternoon, 2. o'clock, nt the Of (Jeers' Ciuu, it W.HS announced to dr.y. wives of all officer* of the flcl are invited to. attend. Suit Is Withdrawn Pivorce suit of Mrs. Mnrgare Crmer Sinothermon vs James H Smothermon has. been withdrawn by the plaintiff,•• following recen riling olvthe suit Ecncauled to hav bcciv tried at this month's session of Chancery; Court. Since its beginning In 1775, the - S, Marine Corps has made more than aoo-landings. THE OLD JUDGE SAYS. t!, "Mary and 1 were just saying, Judge how lueky.eareheremAmencathaUvetve^ " x « • J «! m When war brokc out had steel - ^ e h ^ food i; 1 y nng There's one thmg * e didn't . ruMcr. The. enemy had that " BuUhat didn't bother us for long. Soon . -o—v» ^unio rhfli i a critical rw ...you can't \\in -> ^•>ar without rubber." ' a i *• . i was very much interested the other day m reading a statement made by a high government official on synthetic rubber. In it he t 'li 1S to re . garfi llie ^bber jnaaufac- u Uc tof 0 *lI at ? asbcingalmostsolclythe P rod - uct of the beverage distilling industry.'" He also said that, in his estimation, the. remendousconlribulionofdistUlers'indus- nalalcohoUothesyntheticrubbcr program dcMrves " CCC ' VCd ^ rccognilion which il something ' How To Relieve 'Bronchitis' Creomulsion relieves promptly be tSi' f ° e5hri1gl!t , to the ™ ' °t th trouble to help loosen and exor W™ i ahd?n ^e™, and aid liatur to. soothe and heal raw, tender hi flamed bronchial mucous mem ' TE *S>$Mn>tetiinJeUitn>tiWa, °—aa \Iorollnettl TC thunlJinil if " <r Un II f&J [ roi c Moro me - l r.'i." i^ v " r I? 1 "»' trarns, «t» I Alt bn 1*^3 tiro. Ioii3 an \ piln u mulsion with the un" or you are * uuttre r*-v-.-"j allays, me cougn c to have your money back. *~~ CREOMULSION for Cnuofc, n.^^.1 j.^ Bronchitfs They're New! 5.85 fatentJan Calf Limited Stock. Beautiful New GIRTS For Weddings, Anniversaries and AH Occasions. New Holiday Merchandise Now Here. The Gift Shop Modem & Antique Gifli . MOSS BRYAN MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP IN e. rmt Phone 2532 Bring Ui Your , Beauty Problem Modem Equipment Expert Beantlclani DANCE Thursday — Friday —. And Saturday NigkU 9:30 to 1 O'clock In the Beautiful Blue Room ofthe HOTEL NOBLE Admission 60c Incl. Tax. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1944 a;vaf(( rend hi part: Vine courage; c <*> ' " enisled yian upon these occasions icfled great credit upon himself ed srt 6 '' A "" ed Forc ' cs of "xs'Unlt- Sergeant'Armstrong, 24-years old Is a veterdrt of 18 combat ' : ' turc at Arkansas. State college in Jonesborp... Ifo .entered the army June 9, 19«. Hb jnothe'r Is Mrs E. w. Noland of Dell. • , YOU CAN'T BUY „ . moro-m as|)irin tluiii llio ossuranco of (lualilyaml purity ^•••-•.'-•'•J...».".. — *a « VCieran 0* lo C0nibfit r fflifLsioDS '»<Jiv->u imiiuti uuiu iuv usauiuiicu VI Ha atfpTuipr) riftii n%v i T»i .i (lualily ami purity uuitrniUccd whon vou hlKh s*hcok ™J a »d Blythevllle l!uy St. Josipli Aspirin a 7 0 rld'» largest n^s^h^sj^n^Uiajed agrlcuI- j EclkrallOfr )X™a|idSl.'ioMpliAspirin. Visit Us In Our :''. '• NEW BUILDING i ' Located at • •/ •-' 121 E. Main St.- / T. I. SEAY MOTOR CO. Chrysler Dealer - PacM & Scrviru liil E. Main 1'lione ZVi'l Like a thrift account that needs replenish- 'ing, it\vjll take steady effort to put it Jtoclr in shape. Start your thrift account at this bank now. If you have-one, keep it growing. ,. Don't disturb it unless you must. The First National Bank The 6nfy Motional Bank in Mississippi County THEATRE Manila, Ark. Sunday & Monday, Nov. 5 & 6 JIMMY LYDON . as HINftV AIDBICH Centmnoos Showi Etery Day Box Office Opens 1:49 Show Starts 2:00 USTEN'XO KLON »:!• UB. 11:13 gjo. «:» » Last Time Today Show Business with Eddie €anfor anil Joan'Dari faramounl News im<I Selected 1 ' . .Short Subjects , . Saturday DRS, NIES & NIES OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS RECTAL DISEASES a SPECIALTY ff XCEPT CANCER) OFFICE HOURS: 8:00-12:00 and 1:30-5:00 CUalc *14 MEl* BlytheTille, Ark. ' Pkone ZM1 Mrs. DALTON C. POWLSTON, B. A., M. S M ORGANIST and TEACHER of ' , PIANO — ORGAN and VOICE Former New York Organist and Teacher For Appointment - Fowlston UQL chlckasawba or Phone 2WM SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS, [iroperly destgned, are remembered alwap. Our flowers are al• Tresn, and all work U guaranteed to please. Let our exwrt s. help you with your floral needs. FLOWER SHOP r.TJJ. fcrrlo* We DeUTCT Anywhtt* . «M Mr*. J. U. <UM) Wnaico, «w>»r Gfcncoe Serial—"Black Arrow;' I and Short, Con. ShowUig Sat'day 1:00 to ,11:30 Sunday and Monday' In Society •' with Abbott and Costello " r .'•':• Paramount .News •'.'• - v.Short,, ,,. Huf; > (: ! Coniinnoos Showing Ban. 1:15 to COMING SOON TO THE RITZ THEATRE The Master Race—n-itli George Con- louris and Sliimllcy Itirtges. Two Girls and a 'Sailor—wilh' Van Johnson A; Jimmic Durante Joing My Way—with Bing Crosby and Uise Stevens iince You n'cnt AivaV—wilh' Clau- lette Colbert, Joseph Gotten and • .. • Shirley Temple. Mitlnet. 8»t. i Snn, Onlj Opens e«ch eight 6:45; cUrti V Openi Sunday 1:00; SUrio l:Ii CmUanon!i Shows But tni B«n. Nljht Every NI S ht EIM^ honored on the K«T7. Last Time Today Scarier Clow nilh Basil Knihlionc ami Ni ee i Urucc Selected Siiurt Subject Saturday Serial: "Raiders of Ghost City" and Short on. Sbowlnjf Sal'day 1:00 to I1:H Sunday and Monday Shadow of a with Teresa Wrighl and Joseiih Cotlen Fox News and Shorts 3*aUnvMi Showing Bun. HIS to U

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