The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 7, 1944 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, November 7, 1944
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BLYTHEViLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS V^.,,Coming Events WEDNESDAY Mrs. .Cornelius Modlnger entertaining Town and County Club Tuesday Bridge Cjub ni<,r>)(n> «!lh Mrs Dixie Crawford "" . Mrs Charles Rose enk • < ig Wednesday Bridge Club A: p. C. Cluu meeting with Mrs. William Young Mrs T J Mahan entertaining Chapter "*>;• of PEO, 1 p, m > Sudbu'ry P.T A^ meeting at school, 3 p ~m, pieceded'by executive board meeting, 2 30 p. "in., • THURSDAY Miss Frances McHaney entertaining Thursday ^Night Bridge Club Thursday >Contract Club meeting with Mrs «P B. Joyner Octette Club meeting with Mrs C P Tucker ,,,"" ^ Mrs M G. Goodwin entertaining Fortnightly.Club . \ ,, Club 28'Jiaving'regular monthly dance aljhe hut, 8 pra t * Mrs ^Cecil Shane entertaining Mld-Weefc'Club , r gelt, 7pm !*.' 'FRIDAY • ' nufTal.Club m,eetfn£ >v»ith Mrs Jack-Marsh.' , -. , Mrs-C,J Little,entertaining C B C Club 't <t FridayIRuinmy'Club meeting with Mrs Frank Brown ' ' w., (SATURDAY AAUW> c meetins vUth Mrs B A Lynch,t 3, p m Mrs. Smythe Entertains Members, of the Women's Auxiliary of S^ Stephen's Fplscopal Chiu-ch met yesterday afternoon at tlie rectory, when Mrs, Thomas B Smjthe Jr, entertained the group The meeting opened with the reading of the Women's Auxiliary Prajcr, by Mrs Smjthe Mrs J D McDowell, president of the group, presided over the business meeting, when plans were perfected for the annual parish dinner uhich Is to be held Thursday night at, the Christian Church hall when the entire congregation of the church is Invited to attend, The meeting closed "ith 'ep*ti- tip§ of the Lord's Prujer, unofithe hostess served refreshments of cake and hoi ten cat-ng we social hour which followed 1 * * • Methodists Have Meeting Mrs C M Baxter nas In charge of^the devotional on "Prayer" at the meeting >bf the-Woman';, Society ,.of 'Christian Service of Lake feej Methodist, Church held jes- ? ettl ?° n at ln ' Church nas '^ted^ln presenting °tW«>l t to4Mrs H E Lut, who "rear} the scripture and the'/period closed wltli a prajer by -Mrs Baxter -The study of the book, "Unity a ^.Challenge *o American Democracy," was concluded under lead crehip of Mrs O J Rodgers Mrs W L. Green presided over the Dullness session when a repoit given on the Community Day service held last, Friday nl First Fresbjterlan Church .She n members were d,i nosed with pra>er b> Mrs Gecrgp Crews the sttidj couisc on 'Christianity mid the Social Order'", was concluded under the direction of Mrs. L E Baker, assisted by Mrs.' Hugh Wltitsttt ana Mrs O W Pyles. • Announcement was made that «t next Monday's meeting at (he church a special \yorshlp se'rvlc* snd offering will be lield In observance of the Week of Prayer and self denial, The meeting was closed \\llh Joint repetition of the Lord's Prayer. To Enteitain With Dance A club composed of former Junior Chamber of Commerce members who. have passed, the age limit of 35, will entertain with a barbecue supper.atid dance, tomorrow night at the American Legion Hut. Guests will Include wives or dales of the 15 club members, officers and dlrcctois of the Jaycec Club, together with (heir Hives, mid two additional guests' whom cac.h club member Is privileged to Invite to the Infoiinn! nffali • . ' * » • •' '. Son' Is Bom Yesteiday , Ltrjut and Mrs Worth D. Holder arc the parents of n ton born late yesterday afternoon nt Dlythevlile Army, Air Field Hospital The baby, Ihelr nrsl, child, has been named Worth : Davis Jr. Mrs Holder is' the former Miss Wynettc Shepherd, daughter of Mr' and Mrs. Otis Shepherd. • i * * * Suppei Club Entertained. Mr, and Mrs, R L Banister em fertained members of the Supper Club find three additional guests Sfttuiday night at their home at Hip West Mnlo Guests wire . Mr. ! ancl Mrs Loy Elch and Mis. Robert A Portci ol Dearborn, Mich. Olant ilnysanthemums and dah- ,llas were arranged throughout the entertaining room'; of the home where supper was served at smali I tftbles. I Bridge whs played during the evening, with high score prlres won by Mrs Eich and B A Ljnch * • • Announce Birth Of Son Mr. and Mrs Van Wright of Benton, Ark announce the birth of n son, Timolhv Barnes Wright Sunday at their home. Mrs Wilght Is the former Miss Cherry WInbuni of Aikadelpliis ArL, bistei of Mis Ftinner England. John Ross Nicholson Weds [Miss Saia Caiolyn Davis WIL&ON, Ark, Nox f-Of Interest in Wilson/ forniei home of the bridegroom, Ls the rmnomice- menl of (he marriage on Oct. 28 of Miss Sam Carolyn Dm Is, (laughter of Mrs Saia D Divis of Tampa Fla. and J W Da\ls:of Atlanta Ga, to John Ross Nicholson seaman 1-c, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. J, R. Nicholson of Wilson. The marriage was solemnized at First Methodist church m Memphis, with Dr Joseph Owen officiating. The bride, given In marriage by W w Simmons Ji of Memphis, v.'as attended by Miss Jane Nlch- clson of Memphis, sister of the Lridegrooin. Claude. Steele of Clarksdalc, Miss., and Baltimore was best man, After a .wedding trip to Glen Allan, Miss., the 'couple will live in Baltimore, where Mr. Nicholson is stationed. Mrs. German Js Bride Of Robert K. Hess . SIEELE, Mo,, Nov: 7—ArmouilCG- mehtj has been made ot the marriage of Mrs. Johnnie Williams GO man, daughter or Mr. aiij MIS, Lute Williams, to Robert K. Hess of Vork, Penn. .Tile mnrrlaBc was quietly solemnized Wednesday; Oct. 25 In Blythe- vllle, '.wlili B.' H. Akin, Justice of Hie, peace,•• officiating. The .bride wore n suit of grey wool, with: blBck-BcccssorlcK.-. ' Mr. •Hcss.wns..slatloiicd at'Bly- thcyillp Army Air'.."Field'•prior to receiving hn honorable 'discharge In' .September. '. ', •' ,. •• .' , • '•! Mr.'-ai'icl Mfs/Hcss left Wednesday for'Sari(a'Clara,' crillf,,' 'to- make' their. liomb.- • Many Attend'Book Review And Silver Tea At Church • Approximately 50 men and women, representing various religious (lenominatlpns of the city, attended review and silver tcR'.glvcji last night al First Methodist Church under sponsorship of the Wcsleyan Service Guild of ' uTiie-.Rey.; Harvey T. Kldd, pastor of First Presbyterian cliu'rch, was CUest'••tpcnker,. giylni;, a review of the .book", 'i'The Confusion of Tongues,'.'.-by Fergawji. The R«v. Mr. .Kldd \yas Introduced by Mrs O. E, Qucllnialz. • A niiislcnl program was presented by Mrs. Louise • Wndcnuhuhl, who played a nocturne by, Chopin [niK( "Clnjrc do Luiie'- to conclude Ihe'.evenliiB's iirogram. . During the social hour whlc'li followed, punch, and an"assortment of party foods were.served by :Mrs. A.; N. Williams," nsslslcd by iilein- bers; of tlicSei-ylce Guild. '. ;A yellow and gieen color scheme was carried out throughout the room/With the. lace covered table centered-with a "low bowl of yellow Have Meeting At Church j Members of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of First Metho- disUJhurch met jesterday afternoon at. the church for a business session with. Mrs James Hilt Jr, president of the organization, presiding ( Minutes of the previous meeting «fere read by Mrs O N Hawkins, and Mrs Wjatt Henley read a list of the amendments and acts to be Voted on in today's national election ,A nominating committee to draw up,a slat of new officers for the toming year was appointed by Mrs IJU1, .who named Mrs B A Lynch Mrs,V G Holland, Mrs Max B ^S; as members of this committee J Following the business meeting Pull the Trigger on Lazy Innards" Bteafo Wonderfully quick »little Va-tro-nol up each nostril helps open nasal passages-makes breathing easier-when your head fills up with stuffy transient congestion! Va-tro-nol gives grand rc- llet, too, from sniffiy, sheezy distress of Head colds: Follow directions In folder " ,~, •*"*»*•». -» «*i"jw uiLutviuiis in loiucr VldtSVATROMOL BARE-BACKS For Dress Wepr! BLACK DOESKIN —As Illustrnlcd except with portholes. Medium heel. 5.85 ;> SPECTATOR STRAP "^•v V ?Ai* —In"Army Russet Calf Cuban 5y 1 lieel As illustraltd 5.85 •>**' , ' c . SHOP OUR WINDOWS Pre-Vue of Spring Styles •' ' * "• ' W«EN CONSriPATiON maktj yo o fed punk as the dickens, brings on ttonuch upset, four taste, gassy discomfort, Uka Dr. CalttyeH's f«mous raidiciae foquicki; VU|I Ihc liljge'r oh lujf "innlrds", tnd help you feel bright and chipper igtin. 1 DR. CALDWELL'S is ihe wonderful stoat lajalive contained iri good old Sjrnp Pensin tu make it so easy to like. MANY DOCTORS use pepsin prepiiiSotn in prescrip lions to make the medi ci ;it more palatable and agree>ble to hike. So be sure your lui live I'B coniiined in S;rnp Peprijt. INSIST ON DR-CALOWELl'S-the fMorite otraillionsforSOjeais.aiidfeeltliitwhole- sorae relief from constin»tioD^ Even Stick? children love it. , '•''.••' c»UT I ON i Use only as dire ctf d. DLCMDWEIL'S SENNA IAXATIVE CONUlNtD IN SYRDPPEPSIN Cream Deodorant Sijcly Mpi Stop Perspiration 1. Docs not irriutc skin. Docs not rot dtcsKS or men's shirts. 2* Ptcvcrus under-arm odor. Help* stop pcrjpifition iifcly, 3, Avuic,wliitc,antiseptic,sum- less vinithing cream. 4. No wjiiing to ilty. Qn be used right sficr ihivinx. B, Awarded Approval Sell of American Injtitutcof Laundering — harmless to fabric. Ulc Anid regulatly, . L-hrytantliemums. flanked with yellow candle.s In crystal • holders' Floor bcskels of giant ; yellow thiysniilhcmums formed a colortul bn-.k(iroiin(l for Die tea Bits of News Mostly Personal Master Scrgt. nnd Mrs. Thomas Alvln Reagan, have arrived for a visit with h)s mother, Mrs. A. L. Reagan and- family, before going to Foreman, Ark., where they will visit MM. Rengan's parents. Sergeant Reagan has just beerrdlseliarg- cd from the Army Hospital In Nosh:, vllle, , Tehn.,: where, he. receiverf treatment follqWIrijr serylce i;v India. Prom-pprbman :th'ey-will gg to' Santa Monica,, Calif., for three' w$eks, before . ecrgeaiit Reagari • Is renssIgneU .to:,dijty". > '•••:.''.• ""• ' • • . ,Mr.:anU Mrs':•M.'.T.:Moon' had as til/sir ;guefit--yestcrday i - H6r '.cousin, Mrs. Robert Rice of Sprmgft'eid; Mo. .Lleiit.y Eugciie Hargett-nrrived Sunday monilrig'Jrom Eagle Pass, Texas, to spend a IB-day'leave here with his parents.; Charles Maxell, who Is employed' In defense work In Knoxville, Tenn., also came Sunday especially to be with Llculen- nn't llai'gett, rclinning today to Itnoxsillc. Pic. J. D. McDermott ni'rlvecl Sat- urihiy from adgcr Field, Wash., to 6|H'iul a 21-day furlough With Ills j-nrpiits, Mi 1 , ntid Mrs. ffarvey Me- Uwmolt, Vaster Sergt. and Mrs. Paul Daman and ilnughler, Mary Lou, of C'nm|) R'jblnsuh, Little Rock, Ark., sjx-nl the y/cckcnd In Blythcvllle. Hiss .Vc'ra Elizabeth Goodrich Ls able to w out after having been i!i irith a severe cold. Mr. and Mrs, Joe Ramey are in New Orleans, where Mr. Ramcy, a pharmacist's mate In (he Navy, L? .awaiting reassignment after two yrars overseas service. • . PH. Eugene Powell, wlio Is stationed at Battle Creek, Mich., has arrived to spend his 12-day fiir- tousli hero with his mother, Mrs. Musie Powell. I,. T. Moore 8r., who was admitted Sunday to Memphis Baptist Hospital for treatment, Is In a critical condition there. Mrs. Moore Is with him. Mrs. John Siiiotlicrmnn had as her weekend guests, her daughter, Mrs. Gladys Flnklen and daughter, Jim, of Slkcstbri, -.Mo., and her brother,' Rube'.Moore of Hkkman Ky,, all of whom returned home this morning.',- ,... .•'.' -> Ira Gaihe's-ls undergoing medlual Irehlmbnt nt •Blythcvllle Hospital Condition :of-, Dwlght H B)ack- wpod, stricken wltli'a heart aliment several days-ago, was sllghtl} improved ,today. He Is'nt-Walls Hospital. - . 1 At The Htispitals Blytheville Hospital Admitted: -•"-—•— Mrs. n. L. Atkinson, Manila. Mrs. Enrl Brownlee, Dell. R. I. Galnes, city. Dismissed: Mrs. Archie Melton, Osceola. Mrs, Odls Baker, Manila. Walls Hospital Admitted: William Barger, Steele, Mo. Ollle / Douglas, Manila. Naomi Knight, Manila, Clarence Lorreri, Manila, Mary Williams, Stcele, Mo. Mrs. Baxter Southern, Steele, Mo, Dismissed: Billle Baledge, Leachvllle. Memphis Baptist Hospital Admitted: Olivia Baker, Caruthersvlllc, Mo. Mrs. Gennle Gates, Bassett. K. L. Paine, city. TUESDAY, NQVEMliER 7, 1944 Men in Service Ben Butler Jr., seaman 1-c In the Navy, has been transferred from Norman, Okla,, { 0 Piircell, O'kla. He Is the son of Mr. and Mrs Butler Sr., of Osceoja. • •'•••-• Pfc. Billy K. Lawson of the Marine Corps, of Steele, Mo,, a veteran of 13 months service In the Pacific has been stationed at Camp Pcn- clleton. Oceanslde, Calif., with a (mining battalion. He was engaged In farming prior Mrs. DALTON C. FOWLSTON, B. A M <S M ORGANIST and TEACHER ' ^ ' ' PIANO — ORGAN and VOICE Former New York Organist and Teacher For Appointment Write Mrs Powlston noi Chickasawba or Phone 20411 SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS, properly designed, are remembered always. Our' flowers are «1- rara /reih, aai all work Is guaranteed to pleaTe Let Su/2n«t lesjgners b«}p you with your floral needs ^^ l^FLOWERSHOP P.T.D, We U1 Mr*. J. BL (MM) WOlUnui owner BWf. , Rayon' sheers, molded ito'Jatter\the f figure; with^ j (igored slurts In; luscious hoiidayrcoiprs.^Striking Crayon crepes, >ith'- ] | irayon iflanncVJvesteesyib) [contr^ngi 'tones; 'Othert; .witli ^irtitiotfs * i flouncesIand^Bejew^ledlbattpris!;' • '' • '• ••'' ''"" : "' '• ( to enlisting In the Marine Corns In February, 1342. His brother, W. wton Lawson Is serving' \vjt]|! ihe Army In Europe. ' '' Mother's Friend hilps bring ease tod comfort to expectant mothers. *«tiulsUely prepared emollient. Is useful In all condl- ,,,„_ tlons where a bhmd. mild anodyne ma ,. "80. medium la skin lubrication Is J»- Blred. One'condition In which women lot more than 70 years liavc used It Is nil implication lor massaging tlio body during pregnancy .,. it-helps keep the skin, soir, »nd pliable.,.tliua avoldiiig un- *<^f sar ^"' Ecomfor '' t * ue to dryncssflml tlBhtness. 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