The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 6, 1944 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, November 6, 1944
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BLYTHEVILLE (AftK.) COURIER NEf 8. MONDAY, NOVKMBER.G.'.IO'M I i.Coming Events' ^•jJ^jX TUESDAY , CjJuuior-Semor Parent Teacher A s- Isolation'meelini at school, 3pm, preceded by executive board meet- IpsZ 2 3Q P m T Mildretf LjU.^Hubbard and "arshner tnttrUlnlng 'Double O Club v J i ,' La NeuvVClub meeting with Miss Patricia Wise Mrs. Paul Jobe entertaining Club Tight ' '• ' WEDNESDAY v ', Mrs Corhellus Modinger enter- tilnlng Town and Country Club _ Tuesday Bridge Club meeting with . -Mrs, Dixie Crawford. , V Mrs Charles Rose entertaining (Wednesday Bridge Club ',. A D C Club meeting with Mrs William Young Mrs T J Mflhan entertaining .Chapter "D' of PEO, 1 p m " SudbAirv PTA meeting a( school, 3 p m , pieceiied bv execiilhe Ixnrd meeting, 2 30 p m < >_,, *, , .,.. THURSDAY TMiss'Frances McHanes enterlain- ihg r Thursda>' Night Bridge Club 1 Thursdaj Contract Club meeting «ith Mrs F B i Joyner ^Octcjtc ^Club meeting wjth Mrs . O F" ' , Mrs. M. G. Goodwin entertaining Fortnightly Club Club 28,having- regular monthly «dnTi££ at .the hut; S..p.m. /•'Mrs Cecil Shane entertaining JUd'Wcek Club ' vt *. t« Initial club meeting with Mrs arsh; Mrs O J Little entertaining C E$ Club £ 'i Friday Eummy Club meeting with Mr* Frank Brown ^ i i Forum Meeting Planned for Junior-Senior P.T.A. Mothers of students In junior aiirf senior high school will ha\e_ nn informal 'get together tomorrow nftcrnnon when the Parent Teacher Association have a forum dis- cusslou followed b\ a party complimenting members of the faculty, It has been announced bj Mrs W L Horner, president Because recreation of boys and gills m the f teen age l is of much interest to parents at this lime, the theme "Our Boys, and C " v,as selected as the program (one The J o clock meeting, t\> pinede the parts, has been designed ,to allow general discussion and suggestions as to what if arijthing, should be done in Blythcvlllc im- medlatel\, to provide <rtcrentl,on, who should'provide such entertainment, how it should be done, and where such affairs should be held Brief talks will "be made > by J Graham Sudburj, member of the committee in try^Ki\van\s; Club which advocates "providing rccrei- tion, Miss Margaret Holt and Jimmie Strickland. Mr Sudbury 'will explain what the Kiwariis ClmVWants done, Miss Holt will tell what the girls of Blytheville would'like to have done and Mr Strickland will tell what the bo\s woua like" tc haVe done This will be .followed by a general discussion, outcome of which may determine whether any* new recreation is provided here. Music will entertain the guests with a mixed senior high chorus to sing Give A Man a Horse Ho Can Ride \ o qara and , ' Kenluckj', a plantation melody, and the Vgirls, glee-club wiU sing a number <with Mrs J Wilson Henry as director and Miss Ann Deen ^accompanist' . Mrs o. Samuel F Norns, program chairman, will preside during tin program V The party will be held in th thome economics cottage I - -.. . ..-..,-.'...'••.-. ' , •"I Mfe; May'Entertains ,;'•'*;'-•;• .'.'•'•':..-•• rL '-'.S-V'SJ'jii'i;'' h , ,; Bronze ;chrysanlhemurns .decorat , ed-'trie , of-the LaFayetteiMay; hom'e-.Frlda ess to meinbers of the Friday Rum-' my; Club, Including one new member., Mrs. Raymond Schniuck. , | Mrs; Joe McClure received high scoie prize and Mrs. ; T.' J. linrnes second high In the rummy games, and .Mrsl'Schmuck'also was presented vvUh a gilt. .The hostess served a sandwich plate with'Iced drinks. ft i ... Mrs. Porter Complimented At Informal 'Coke Party Mrs.. Robert A. Porter of Dearborn, Midi., hoiisegucst of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 15. A. Lynch, was guest of honor yesterday afternoon when Mrs. E. B. Gee, Mrs. R. F. Kiishnei. Miss Nancj Klrshner and Miss Mildred Lou Hubbard entertained with a' coca-cola party at the Gee home. Rones and 'chrysanthemums dcco. rated the entertaining rooms, and an'.assortment of party foods was served. Twenty-five of: Mrs. Porter's most Intimate friends the Informal affair. Mis, Nail Is Hostess -> • ..'i Mrs Byron Nail MBS hostess lo members' -of. the G.N.B.' Club wheii she cntcitnlncd Trldaj nlslil at hijr home on Holly 'Street. Full flowers were, attractively'arranged through^ out the entertaining'rooms of the house. • : High score prize was \von by Mrs! Robert Wecdman, blmcd: by Mrs. John Brlliharl, and low score by Mrs J C Swlggart . .-, A dessert course, with coffee was icrverl ' ,.: Margery Hale Entertains ; .Margery Hale,- daughter of Mr, and Mrs.-G. A. Hale,• entertained 10 Blythcvlllc girls 'yesterday after-: noon ut u real "farm party" nt her plantation home nt Burdette. Horseback riding provided the chibtventertainmeul of .the after; noon, and visits were paid to points of Interest on the 'farm. . : Rcfreshhicnts were''served; late in the liftcrnoon ' Bridge Club Entertained" Fnll flowers -In/gay ,colors, form- ed'a coloiful seltliiij foi Ihc-brldge partv given Fridaj afternoon by Mrs J D; Smith at her home for .embers of the C.D.C: Club.... v ,'o ' 'High.score prize was vvon by Mrs. aul Bjrum, second high by Mrs. J Little, and brltigo by Mrs.- O. Bits of News Mostly Personal Elkins. The . hostess ouvse. served a dessert .; Meetings -i O'^ A regular business meeting of the American Legion Au\illary will He held tomorrow night, 7 30' o'clock, 'Miss liiilh Gads' s|>cht yesterday in Popular Bluff, Mo., as the guest of Irli'iuls. , Mrs., J. P. Friend nnd son, R. A. Friend, and Mrs. J. C. Cunningham spent Satin-flay In Memphis Mrs. James H. Gill and son, Gary Wayne, returned today to their home In Council Grove, Kans,, after a visit of two mouth with relatives here. They were accompanied home by Mr. and Mrs. H. .T. Gill, who will spud a week there with their son..,Cor|). JAIIICS II. Gill and his .family. Corporal > Gill . Is stationed at HeiTiiiKton Arniy All- Field, Herrlngton, Kans. . , Miss 1 Kiiy Mcllwain spent the weekend .In Helena; Ark.,.,wilh her parents.; •••'.. •'•'•, Mrs.' 'Joe Burnette Li spending several days In Shirley and Heber Springs, Ark., where she Is visit Ing: jtcr grandmother, Mrs. J. H. Hiickctt, who> is ; seriously' ill. She accompanied her parents, Mr. and Mrs.'J.'R. Hackeli, of Lcnclivllle. ''Mrs.; John Caliobn of- Holland, Mo., who has bebii qi|llc 111 at Walls Hospital; now Is convnlesclng at the home of hcr.daiiglilcr, Mrs. H, L. : Reynolds ivnd Mr.' Ucyublds at !he'^ stale line. • ' ; '•Miss Medrlth Hanebck, Miss Polly Wilsoii 'and --IVTi-s. ChrLsllne Pliick- nby'.'Bpflnl Saturday In Mcinplils. Capi. nii'd Mrs."- George D. Curry will-' leave' Wednesday for Dallas, Texas', where lie hns been' transferred 'to the Elghtli Service Command. Captain Curry has been teacher of navigation at Blythcvlllc Army' Air Field since July. - r LIeul. and Mrs. Cecil R. Branson liayc > returned , from their wedding trii> : for n brief visit with their parents,-. Mr. , and Mi's. • C. F. Tucker id'.Mr. aijd .Mrs. Unzcll Branson, before 'Lieutenant. Branson leaves forjbclrplt.j.Micli., where lie ..... serve.' Ills 'internship, and where Mrs. Branson plans to Join him later; i '.-"'V_ ;..,..- .'•. -. - Mrs. :Aiibrcy Coiuvay, Mrs. A. G. LIUle\a"iid Mrs. Ross Hughes left last nlglit . for. Chicago, where they will 'join Mrs. J. A. Leech and Mrs. B. Spr'-'S'Iinmbiis, who have been at .Battle Creek, Midi. Mrs. Sim- tnoiiK^-vvlll rctiii'n home tomorrow 1 , whllefthe'othcrs plan to remain in Chicago! for a week. ; Mi's. L. E. Old Jr.,'. lias gone to Cnmp Plekett, Vn.i ' to make her home while ^Lieutenant Ol[i Is stn- tlorjod there.- , i . Mri.'- Brownie Btorcy and nor Ltttlmcr ipent Saturday In Mcmpiil.s where .hey. attended the football gajnc at Crump Stadium that afternoon, 1 Mr. and Mrs. Eii V. Cook spent the' weekend in Memphis. Mrs. Elhcl Miller is seriously ill at her home, 10-1 West Cherry, •Airs, Loy Elch Is resting well at tUylhcvillo Hospital wrifcre she' underwent an' emergency iippendec lomy early this morning. •.-••.-: Miss JimnlUi Quarrels has returned to her home In Cape Glrardeau, Mo., after a visit with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Turnbow 1 . Mrs. J. E, Allmon of Washington. D..C,, who arrived Saturday for n brief visit with her sister, Mrs. W. L Horner and family, will leave tomorrow morning for vyhcallcy, Ark., for a visit: with relatives there. Mrs, Allmon Is the former Miss Nannie Clarke Smith. :•.•'!••• Mrs. Sclma Levy Allcnberg arid daughters, Ann and Kay, of Memphis, spent yesterday'with Mrs, Allenberg's father, B. H.- Levy. At The Hospitals Illytlievlllc Hospital ' Admitted!' '• ; •':; :• V Dercnda Jones Whlslle/Monctie. Mrs. Loy Eicli, city. • ••, Sam Wade, Luxorn. : •'•'' Mrs. Dell McCulhim, Pascola, Mo. Mrs. Odls Baker; Lux'ora. Dismissed: ..- ' . Mrs. Wicker - Clay, city. Mrs. Genfe Tweedle, city. ; Mrs. M. C. Lacefleld.'CaniVhe'rs- 125 Legionnaires Attend Meeting' Here Yesterday Approximately 125 Legionnaires, representing Cralghcnd, Poinsett anil Mississippi : Counties, attended the all-day Fifth District meeting of Hie American Legion held here yesterday at the hut. Lunch was served at the noon hinir, and two troops of,Boy Scouts gave a band concert'e business sessions of the afternoon. j. \j. Terrell," commander of Dud Onion Post, called the meeting'; to writer and the welcoming address was (jiven by E. A, nice, with the response by D. E, Patton of Jones- bcro. •• : ••• A report on the National American Lesion Convention held recently in Chicago was given by Major C. J. Little, and the meeting, then was turned over to-Lloyd Godley of 6s- ccola, commander of the Mack Qrl- derl Post, who presided In the absence of Everett ft. Reid, Fifth Dis r trict commander. Joe Hearnc of Little Rock, service officer for the Department of Arkansas, spoke to the group on all phases of the Ol Bill of Rights,, ant jther legislation afTgctln'g veterans mrllculnrly veterans of World War 1. All Legionnaires were invited by Dr. 0. L. Crump of attend the.' special - Armistice Da> cclctaallafiA being- planned by thi Piekelt Post',for .Nov. 11, & P. Vlf. Members P/on o Attend Conference Several members of the Blythe- lle Business niid Professional Woen's Club plan 'to attend the ortheiist -Arkansas District Coh- rehce of the organization, to be Id tJov. 18 and Paragould. Thd, confdrcnce will W held In' ob- rvancc of the 25th birthday nnnl- ersary of the.. National 'Federa- oh of: Business and . Professional 'omen's ClubVand wlll'be attcnd- l_ by. a. number. of state officials, eluding Mrs.'.Nora" Brown of Fort mlth!'president! Mrs7Gladys Liiiig- rd of Little nock, first vice prcsl- eht; Mrs. Leah Harkey of Poplar luff, second .vice president; Miss rma Slioffner of Shoffner, trcas- rer; Miss Aurella Burnslde of Fort riilth, ' state, .legislation chairman, nd Miss Irene Forrest of Searcy, rograih, coordination chairman. Tlie National- Federation of Busi- css .and Professional Women's lubs was organized after World Var I to meet the need for organ- z*d thought and action on the part business and professional, wom- n of the country.' Todajv with ears of - experience behind It, the rganlzation. is the largest all-in- luslve group of such women In the orld t the hut. Leachville News Mr and' Mrs J G Hoyt'Jr., Mrs. John Hoyt Sr,, and John Eeanlen attended Uie fbqtball gametiiMcln- phLs Saturday afternoon; . . C L Smith spent Monday In Memphis. phis, f\ M' s|>ciit.. ^nlurday in Mem- A. Cunninghan . , f\* V '/ != V ' r.'-.niftl' Mrs. *c. left today for New Orleans when they will- spend a "week. . Petty Officer Eugene Turnbov has'returi'icclito'his station nt Newport,,R. I.,-after spending Ills leave here.with'liis parents, Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Tufnbow. Russell Phillips and J- A. Leech Ille, Mo. l in Itied: \V;ills Hospital i Mrs. Ralph Seals, Carutheravlllc, lo. M. W. Sanders, Rl. 3, city. Onior Oestring, Holland. Mo. Eugene Shannon. Hermondalc, \lo. ; James Everett Deal, Leachvllle'.''" TV H. Holt, Tomato. •' [ . . Mrs.:- Louie McMinn, Horhers- Mrs. Beulah Lloyd, city. Jlsinisaed: Eugene Garrelt, Slcelc, Mo. Mrs. Oracle Adams, Dell. Mrs. C. L. Abbott, city. Mrs. John Crook anil baby, city. Mrs, 1). A. McCain and bnby, Ma- liln. . • , ••; . -.- , Mrs. H. S. McDaniei, SteeleVMo.' Paul Charles'Wagner;'city'.'' *'••; Memphis-Baptist ' " " Admitted: . L, T. Moore, city. * .--' '* Max Wha'tley, city. ' " ' Memphis SI: Joseph Hospital , Admitted:: =..'•• ; M/'ss Virginia Williams On School Annual Staff Miss Virginia Williams, daughte: of Mr. aiicl Mrs. Smn.H. Williams lias been ejected assistant editor-in chief of the 1944-45 annual for Fas. slfcin Sclicwl, Hcndersouville. N. C where she-Is a junior this year. As assistant editor-in-chief. Mis Williams will direct much work prio to publication of "Tiie Sapphire The election,'by staff member named by the student body.'Was'ap proved by the faculty. ersvillc. Mo^ Memphis Methodist Hospital Admitted W. L. Twlllo 1 , city. LOVKLY- ALLURING • LOW-COS PiRMANENTWAVE Natural-looking cur! and wave* now yours, easily cool ly t home Do it yourself. The amaz ng Edwin :E. Hilderbrancl, Cnrutlvj.^drug stores cent a LIU every ththi you need t permabent "i Wuiion curler* shampoo and wave set Sa ifor every type of hair Pra s«l by llollnifx movie tar Over 5 million iotd Gtt f harm-Ktirl Kit today. r fit Kirby Bros. Drug Store '.and a StJoseph ASPIRIN LBRBSSI situn «i* PASTE SHOE P'LISH k.. inihe4-or. Family Jar •i T fGracetully, LAST AUGUST WAS A '"' AT p° F, f JR6S WEAR TO BALANCE WEAR I HAN66 VOUR OIL! /WITH TWAveRAGfe THICK' ' , /OUR cWTHRX' FURNISH AS /MOCH AS) 65% MORE POWER FDR SfAlRTING IN '' : clean Nazi machine gun and mortar nests out.of the woods before St. Lo, Pvt, Fred L. Gentle, 20, of Stcele, is now recovering at a United States Army general hospital in England. -At this hospital-he met an old friend, Corp. Lilbourn E. 'Jallcy, 20, also of Sleclc, wlio Is a medical attendant for battle casualties from France. . •' • .The Infantryman hit. the Nor- miindy beach on D-plus-one and was sent into the'drivt .against Cherbourg, , His 'advancing , squad was trapped In a ditch between enemy crossfire, but succeeded in escaping under a smoke screen laid down by our artillery. Two'miles from St. Lo his .unit was ordered to clean out Die Nazis from the vvooded area. Under cover of darkness, they crept through a swamp bordering Ine, woods. "Suddenly we found ourselves pinned down by Jerry fire coming from opposite hedgerows," . the Steele soldier said. "Then their mortars zeroed In on us, and one shell landed about three yards from me. t caught a few Ir'nements in the left, shoulder." / A former farm worker, Private Gentle is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard F. Gentle of Stcele. He has been in the army four years. ' V\issoiin Man Recovers From Battle Wound Wouiided while attempting to CHILDREN'S COLDS'COUGHING quickly relieved by I'orioinWl prnnAlroa'sold-tiino million Buct. jiti'u tlevcloJKxl by moclcrusciciice iiitoucountcr-irritunt, vaixjrizingj Kilvetliiithringn quick,comfoiW ing relief. 25c, double EIZO 3yc. Yes, jusf as the elephant and the donkey are carrying on through the years, we too are holding our own. In some respects, we've changed with the times/ but regardless of war or peace; one thing that hasn't altered is our standard of quality cleaning always. You can depend on us Nil WA PHONE «4 BtYTHEVILLE.ARK: FOR SALE Properly north of Cnurl House, running from R.ii!- I'Oiid east to-Second Street, nnproximately 175 feel (tcc».. .'i • ' . j . ' Will consider all offers. Permanent Address Mrs. S. S. Sfernberg P. 0. Box'387 BlythevilieVArk. Note: If out of the city your letter sent to my Blythevllle address will be forwarded. . . , . : Mr. Farmer: i . ' :S •' . ' : We Con Add Months To The Life Of Our modern equipment can handle even yonr largest tfres. Repairs In time will save you both dollars and work' days. Estimates without obligation. GUARANTEED WORk — CEILING PRICES MODINGER-POETZ TIRE CO. Phone J. LOUIS CHERRY " - - -.. • NEW YORK LIFE; INSURANCE CO. Ark. ••& Evth witri a war, we are doing everything we can to give you good service on Long Distance calls.' "•:<-•-" Most of them go through all right but sorae lines to war-busy centers arc crowded at certain times. ' ' -."• - It helps then if you will "Please limit your call co 5 minutes." SOUTHWISTERN BELL TELEPHONE CO. ^§=S •NEURALGIAS Capudine relieves Neuralgia and I eadache/ast because It's Jibuti 1 ,, Aiiol I allays the resulting nerve tension. Use I I only as directed. lOc, 30c and GQc siz' LquidC/VPUDINE Visit Us In Our NEW BUILDING Located at 121 E. Main St. T. I. SEAY MOTOR CO. Chrysler Dealer - Paris & Service 121 K. Main Phone 2122 r Beautiful New GIRTS For Weddings, Anniversaries arid All Occasions. New Holiday Merchandise Now Here. The Gift Shop Modern & Antique Gifts' MOSS BRYAN MARGARET'S , JtEAUTY RBOP IM S, lint Phone 2532 Bring Us Your Beauty Problem* Modern Eqnlpment Expert Beautician* Cendnnoos Showi Eyery D»y Box Office Opens 1:4S Show Starts 2:09 LISTEN TO KLCN liN ut. 1Z:45 »JD. 4:U »J Last Time Today In Society with Abbott and Ccstello Taramount News Short Tuesday & Wednesday... DRS. NIES & NIES OSTSOPATHIC PHYSICIANS . •' \;' :.' • ' •'••/. RECTAL DISEASES a SPECIALTY *":":-"' > " V (fXCEPT CANCER) OFFICE HOURS: 8:00-12:00 and 1:30-5:00 IU Hita Ely thtTiUt, Ark. Pkow • \f AniOWAROA-GOLDEN j V Producton •tlh CEOSCE COULOBSIS-SIWIUY RIOGES-OSA" . HissEU - ait ES«oriD • tLvta «IES • KWSIS »°"OySKY • CMIM HUIfi - P Prodjced b/ BOtEf.T .G D!:i'::^d ty H;-::"!T 1. B; Selected Shorts ' M»ttate» 8»t. ft Snn. Onlj Opeiu-Men night 6:45; it«rt« V Oproi Snndmy 1:00; SUrtt 1:11 mu Shawi|B*t. «ni S«o- NUht Every Miht Etecyt •--•-•. " ' .B»l»rd»T. -.>.'•'•' K* flnri hnnored on Jlmibi7 tf ' ' .-- Last Time Today Shadow of q Doubt with Teresa Wriglil and Joseph Cottcn Fox News anil STiorta Tuesday & Wednesday -JirsT-DALTON C. FOWLSTQN, B. A., M. S.-M. •.".".;.. ' 6RGANIST and TEACHER ','- PIANO — ORGAN and VOICE 1 Former New York Organlat and Teacher ,, -v-T.i- -*• • For Appointment : / Sits. PtowUtori. HOI Chlckasavba or Phone 204!) SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS, prpperly designed, are remembered r.lways. Our flowe'n *n ri- » tttUti, 'tod- «1 W6tfc' U guaranteed to please. Let our,expert help you with your floral teed*. . " •,- f.TJ), r Bpr>le» Pk.4*l «ri.r.'Bt (M»«) W* DeBrtt Anywber* ' GhiwM BMf. Selected Short Subjects Also WOBID i CH»WPIONS Chicago Bears; vs. Cleveland Rams

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