The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 10, 1944 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, November 10, 1944
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BLYTHBVILLE ; (AKK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1944 lie'Jean Smith Weds WeatKers . marriage oi Miss . „.,.„ Smith, daughter of Mr and 'fiffs, ' Raynvmd Smith, to 6t»H '£ergf John O Weathers of Ely- \he\ille Army Air Field and Mont- tomeiy, Ala, was quietly solemn- Bridge Luncheon Given Clnjsaijlhe'niuim In ^ali shade? added ft colorful nile to (lie living Billle r0 om oi the C P Tucker home ,tsterd«y afternoon when Mis. Tucker was hostess to members o! he Octette. Club for their regular weekly -.luncheon nnd bridge game. Following .the' two course lunch 2 30 ised yesterday afternoon, , o'clock, at "the post chapel '"chpplaln Oeorge Marrs of Bly- ir Field read the AW, Air Field, read MOWS, and. Mrs M» lrs served >' v org&nUl The bride wore a. suit 'dress , of , green crepe »lth brown ac- ics and a corsage of TaJIs- imn j-o'ebuds and tube roses Miss June Workman-who served Hi maid of honor'and the bride's /limy"attendant, wore, an afternoon cress of pink wool, with black ac- wsjories and a corsage of pink > Rmtat'ftis ' ' ' tit Corp"Homei McPherson of Bly- theulle Aimy Air<Fleld and Mont- 'ipnnerj,' Ala , served SerfecatU Weathers as 'best'man.: The couole left later in the afternoon for a brief wedding trip to Memphis before returning here to -K'at home to,- the, present with five' bude's^ parents., .' %6Mra Weathe»3 was . 'ihonr Bljthe\ille High Schuo_and \ed 6t Midwest > t Compan.y. . eon wliiclifwas served nt smnll tables In the living room, bridge was with high score prize .won jy Mrs. James Hill Jr., and second htgh to Mrs. Edwin Robln- sOn. • • • Supper Dance Is Given For Club 28 And Guests Members of Club 28 nnd several guests were entertained lust night vUlh a supper and dance; at', the American Legion Hut \UierV hosts and liQ-s^c^scs \yeie Dr aiul Mrs Fred Child/ Jiidee' r nnd Mrs. Doyle Henderson,' and 'John Lehli.', CliryiaiHlic)nums and other'.Pal! flowers decorated • llic 'ballroom of the Hut, v,heie n buffet wns served, fit-8 o'clock, and where later the (juesls danced for: sev- crar hours. '•'•' Guests In tuldlttyn to club members' Included Mr.-and Mrs.-Louis. Applebaum, Mr. \niid Mrs. Arthur Vance, Mr and Mrs J L. Gyin, Bits of News Mostly, Personal : Sergeant Weathers was emplojed ias manager of a shoe mart In ijMcntfeomerv prior to^ entering the Iprmed forces .• '•• „ » Shane Entertains ' Mrs Cecil Shane, entertaining membeis of the Mid-Week Club jestcrday afternoon 'at he? home 6ho was hostess to two other guests, Mrs J H Elkins ind Mrs Robert A Porter of Dearborn, Mich, I hoiis_eguest of her^parents Mr, and !Mrs. n B~A LynW ', Dairy,Mr.: and- Mrs! Wanda Fisher, Paul Pryor, Miss . Roses andichr>stmthemums dec- • orated-the llvme room of tlrt fenane I?|honie, wheft? i Uo course luncheon was ser\eJ at small tables, and 13 \\heic bridge v,as played^during j the afternoon High score prize among clutf members ^as awarded I Mrs M <3^ ( Usrey and high among ' icsts to,"Mrs. Klklns -*.-.,•• • • > v | S. S. Class Has Party Fourteen members bt ;thc Fidelis Sunday School Class of First Bap. list Church attended the regula monthly pot-luck •supper and par' ly gWerb last night fo" the i group ; at tRe liome k of*Mrs C*S BaEget on Chiikasawba Avenue,. F^lltfloWers Vv?re Uttjocbfely ar ranged throughout the home anr seneci --- ' charg ,hen i-crts from the group captains v,er ei\en and plans made for th Thanksgivin? basket, given annual Iv bv the class to a needv famll> A Ohnstmas party to be gl\e • sometime in December, also was planned , v • Mrs. Edith Stephnn^ WHS a guest at the party, ^ • • Mrs. Goodwin Is Hostess Members of the Fortnightly Club and one additional guest, Mrs B F Gtay,^ were entertained by Mrs M O Goodwin'vesterday afternoon at her home for" luncheon, and Roses and chrjsanthemum^ added a note of color to the setting, with _ small table arranged for luncheon in the liUng room before the open fireplace ' Following luncheon,- bridge .was played for several hours Lieut R ' O. Edwards of New Orleans, Lti'., arid Lieut; andv.Mrs. J. F. Tomllnson of- Dallas, .Texas. )aughter Born Friday r Mr/and.Mrs.-Sher'man Colbert of Cnmpbell,'. Mo., formerly of Blythc- ille, nic the piircnts of a tla|igli- cr, Barbara-Gal!,''born last Fri- ay at their home .In Campbell. The Colbert? have two other hildren, Usrey, who Is eight, nnd Patty, five. bridge Club Entertained A low. bowl, of bronze and yellow chrysanthemums •formed- the cenr :erpleqc for', the lunchc.™ ' -table lVediie£day ' when Mrc. H L Stockett was^hostess to members of the Wednesday Bridge Club and oThe o^her 'guest, Mrs W J Pollard for luncheon and bridge. High icoic pilzc ^toi ihc rifter- noon t \va^ M/^r) by Mrs, hnrrj Klrbv antl second high bi Mrs. W. J. Wunderllch. Mrc, Edwin Noenick returned Wednesday to her home in Montgomery, Ala., after a month's Visit icre • with her pnrcnts, Mr. and Mrs. Bert N. Lamb. Mrs. Ji'V. Haggard of Arlington, Vn., luis arrived for,a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.. E. U Hale nt their home nt Annorcl. Mrs, Ruby Baker Johnson of Bly- thcvllle Army Air Field, Is resting well ' at St. Joseph's Hospital in Memphis, where she underwent a major operation Tuesday morning. Mrs^ Beinnrdlne Willlnms of Little' Rock and Memphis is vlsltlni! Miss.; LOttlc Nccl for several days. '' Mrs. Fi'cd' Copeland Ls undei{jo Ing "'treatment for her eyes at Memphis Ear, Ej'c, Nose and Thront Hospital,. where she .was 'admitted Sundny. ; Mrs. Jack Mcllaney Is- visiting her .'phrenlK In Aik'ndelphla,- Arl"., prior to going to Qiionset Point, R. I. 1 , where she will Join'Tech. Serge- n'nl'.^ McHaney, who Is stationed there with the Marine Corps. Lieut, and Mrs. J ' F - Tomlinson and.daughter, Betty.Lou,.whohave be'en'-maklni; their home in Dallas while Lieutenant Tomllnson ; was stdllOned there with the Navy, have arrive'd • here for n ' visit 'with her mother, Mrs. S. P. Craftop nnd family. Mrs. Tomllnson • and l%r dnughter will remain here' for an extended vlalt when Lieutenant Tothllnson leaves for his new assignment. Mrs. A. M. Butt, Mrs. O. 'VI. Pyles, Mrs, W. J. Pollard nnd Mrs F. E. Black spent today 'in Memphis Pvt. John D. coughlnn is spending two weeks here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Chlsliolm He Is enroule to Camp Gordon, Ga A former member of Company "M" of (he National Guard, Private Coughlan spent 28 months In Aln;.- Hip-Snugger Contract C)ub Meets When Mrs/'F. B. Joyner ciiter ; tamed vTliursday contract. . Club niembers' \esferdaj afternoon nt her^home/for luncheon .ami bridge, \tie' alsiiiwan hostess' lo Ijne* ot,hei{ xucsl, Mis Huntei Sims Giant .yellow chrysanthemums decorated the living'room, where a two course .luncheon was served at tmall tables, nnd where bridge WRS play«l during the afternoon [>llgh score -.prize went to Mrs tenry Humprheys and second high 0 Mrs; E. B. Lnncnshire. How To Relieve "Bronchitis' cause . trouble be- the cxp«l _iclp eerin Iiden.~phl4gni, antj old nature to soothe and fieal raw,' tender, Inflamed bronchial mucous- membranes Tell j our druggist to sell you a bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding you must-like the way it quickly aljays the cough or you are to have your money back. i GREOMULS10N for Coughs,Chest Colds, Bronchitis Hub, Guest Entertained Miss .Jane .Brnnson was a gucs 1 if. Miss Frances McHaney Insf night when she entertained mem- iers of the Thvirsday Night Bridge Hub. Icetl drinks were sen-ed during he bridge games, and a desser' course with coffee wns served lat er. High score prize was won by Mis McHaney arid'second high by MU Branson. • P • ' ' Call Meeting To Be Held Members of the Blythevilie. Busl ness and Professional Women's.Clu will meet Monday nlght,7:30Vctbc1 at the home .of Miss lone George h ilO East Kentucky, for a call meet liig.-.' • • ' / • ' • '" Plans''vill be made at the meet ing for rcprcsentntlves of the loca club to attend the district confer ence of Business and Profession. Women to be held Nov.' 18 and 19 n Parsgould. Bennett Explains , Cotton Protection How farmers can protect theli cotton which warehouses are now unable to receive because of t crippling labor shortage was ex plained yesterday by Alonzo Ben I'.'ett, vice iircsldciit. of Pedera Compress -.& Warehouse Co Mr. Bennett gave tlio followln; statement: ... , . "If possible, put', cotton under : slied, In ;a bnrn or any place with fi cover over It. : ' • i "Do not put cotton on the ground without tomcthlng under : It to keep II 8 or 10 Indies off the ground— cordwbod will do. "Do not jam the bales too close together, leave a space of 4 to 6. Inches between the bale's so ail- can' pass between the bales-.-and pull tlie laps under the ties on each end. Store on edge and turn bales after they have been ralned : on -a few times, but do not until Lhe cotton' Is dry. Be; slire the ground is well rirnlhcd rind that no water stands near the cotton. Look at it dally —if. It .turns blue, It is ready; to damage, .Set on head with wood under it. "If you can care for your cotton properly, you can keep It out until .Fcbinary.' 1 Appointments Will Be Made For CME Church Ellen Ludwig, ' of South Villiumsport, Pa., shows a fel- ow Army nurse, Capt. Edalia S. Rucinski, of Gardner, Mass., her Ucky lind—a precious electric ron which she discovered in ubble of war-wrecked building in Verdun. Men In Service •> Charles Y. Qreen Jr., son of Mr. nnd Mrs. C. Y. Green of Annorel has been: promote'd to Die rank of-captain in the Army Air Forcr cs'ln England. Onptnln Greeni a former studtnt, at Mississippi Stnte College,• Stnrkvllle,'has-been over- ens two years, nnd served one: cm- with the Royal 'Canadian-Air ce before entering the AAF.' He' ms olio -brother, Ucu't. Rovj.Dj Ireen, who Is stationed at Liberal, Cans. • At The Hospitals The 74th Arkansas annual conference of the Colored Methodist Episcopal Church, being held at Carter's Temple, will be concluded Sunday afternoon with announcement of appointments by Bishop C. L. Russell of Washington, D. C., presiding bishop of the Seventh Episcopal District. The 142 ministers nnd laymen, who participated in the communion service, and visitors have 'heard reports during the past three days which revealed work being done by this church throughout the ; state. These reports were • from Wynne, Forrest City and Blythevilie districts. The Rev. U. S. Pettes of Helena, presiding elder of the Forrest City district delivered the communion sermon. Included In pastors present are: the Rev. P. L. MclAln of Blylhe- ville, Ihe Rev. S. J. Toilette, the Rev. L. M. Bell of Wynne/the Rev. J. F. Findley of Wynne, the Rev. H. A. Shead of Scarcy, the Rev. E. H. Mitchell.of Forrest City,: the Rev. J.' A. Oilliam of Biinkley, the Rev; L.-U- Frdzier of West Helena, and the Rev. J. D. Hutson of Fpr- icst City.' •..,.','' Presiding elders of the conference here are:;the'Rev..W. J. Thomas of Jonesbbro, the Rev.-U.'S. Pettes of Helena, and.the .Rev: J. S. "Mc- Fndln of Jonesboro. Women missionary workers In attendance include' C. M. Richmond, annual conference president; district presidents: A. P. Jones of the Forrest City district; M. M. Bradford of the Wynne district; I,. B, Collins of Blythevilie. General officers are: Dr. W. P Pipkins, publishing agent of the C M. E. Church, Jackson, Tenn.; Prof. G. P. Porter, financial secretary of tlie C. M. E. Church, Jackson; the Rev. E. P. Murchlson of the Chl- cngo district of Southeast Missouri conference, and the Rev. M. C-. Hawkins of Jackson, Oakland district of the Jackson-Memphis conference. Belty Ann Flowers of Montiosc, Col., the statp's )4-ycnr-olc( .441 club grand chninplon In canning fbr 1914, canned C05 quarts and dried 44 pints of vegetables and fruit in connection with her 4-H club wOrk this-year. ' ; Abundant Egg Supply Forecast For Next Year WASHINGTON, Nov. 9 (U.P.) — The Bureau of Agricultural Economics says there'll be plenty 'of eggs next year. And what's more, i.hey may be cheaper than, they are now. The abundant supply 'expected r.ext year may drag down the price. And privately, food officials arc reported to be worried over a surplus next year that may surpass this year's. The government was forced to buy 100 million dollars worth of eggs this year. And that's despite the fact (hat consumption is about 350 eggs per capita for 1944. Rhodes Baby Dies fFrom Saks Fifth Ave., N. Y.) Reminiscent of a British soldier's battle jacket is this hip- hugging riutrili-lumberjack, featuring unusual sleeve treatment; Teamed with it are a matching hat arid bag. lilyfhevllle Hospital Admitted: Milton Sylvester, city. Alice Taylor, Luxora. Miss Wanda Ray Gary, Manila. Miss Opal McCord, Hornersvllle, Mo. Born to Corp, anil Mrs. Harold Smith, city, a daughter yesterday. Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lovclnce, city,"a son tills morning. Walls Hospital Admitted: " Mrs. Homer Taylor, city. Mrs. IjUtye McCormick, Carulh- ersvllle, Mo. Dorothy Anlry, Holland, Mo. ,'•'. Mrs. Jim Lum, city, :,' Mrs. Willie Heams, HI. 1, city. Dismissed: Olive Douglas, 'Manila. " F.ugeue Shannon, Hennondale, Wo. ( ' ' .Mrs. Baxter Southern and baby, Icc-lc, Mo. .Memphis Baptist Hospital Admitted: * Byron Ward! Caruthcrsville, Mo. Mrs. Archie. Norman, Luxora. tow/News! FOR FOLKS WITH SNIFFLY Head Colds SP£C1AI ' Double-Duty Ka» Dcaps Woiks Fist Quick relief from distress of head colds is what you want. So use Va-tro-nol. At ewdrops up each nostril soothe irritation, relieve congestion. Also helps prevent many colds from developing if used. In time. Just try It! Follow directions in folder. VKKSVA1RONOL Ttlibtl III Ctntmnoiu Showi Every Da; Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Star's 2:00 U8TKN TO JU.CN tm 12:<5 fjn. I:M » / Last Time Today Two Girls and a Sailor with Jimmy Ournntc and • • Vuu Joltnsun Paramount N'ews ami Selected Short Subject Saturday ; HI'S THI B!S7 OF t«fi BAB LfiHDSf rnilE finest Chrislmaa gifls'of alt 1 arc llm gifts that keep on giv- ing—Viclor Records! Come in today—make your (election early! Hera Are a Few Choice Selections HARDAWAY APPLIANCE COMPANY 208 West Main daughter of. Mr. and \Ii-£. B. R. Illioclcs died ycstei-dny ipon shortly lifter birth • at. ithe linilTy Vesidfei'ce 3.nfor..>*Bnrde1 Condition" of the mother was sn'tls- actory. , - , , , •f'' The baby i:l£o is, survived/by hrec brothers, Raymond, Enrl and Orlen Rhodes, nnd n -.sister, Mary "Jathorlne Rhodes. • . . Funeral services were held this nornlnjr nt Sandy Ridge Ccmetcrj with Cobb Funeral Home In change, Read Courier New* Want Ad». CHRISTMAS/CARDS/- ani GIFT WRAPPINGS have Just been received . . . . Choose gifts now while stocks are new and complete. The Gift Shop Modern A Antique Gift* MOSS BRYAN I ANCE Thursday — Friday — •And Saturday Night* }:9$]l)to 1 O'Clock In the Beautiful Blue Room : of the HOTEL Admission GOc Incl. Tax. ;.II* JANE BRYAN-DAVID CftRlYLE ; HItIN VALK1S • I05EPM CREHAN ; Mnh fft IrAi kT M, «. Ji^«« t.t l«k lihtH > Dhintri br . mUHlK M3J (Iflt MtttMl fXIW Serial: "Black Arrow" No. 2 and Short Con. Showing Sat'day 1:00 to 11:3J Sunday and Monday LEO CARS WO (I ANDY DIVIHf } LON OIAKE1 | GIORIA JEAN ' MARTHA O'DMSCOUd WAITER CAUtil AUNIVE15AI FIC1URE 'aranloiillt News :nul Short Contlnaous Showtaf Sun. 1:15 to II G)ming Events SATURDAY A.A.U.W. meeting with Mrs. B. A. Lynch, 3 p. m. .Buy Your Winter Supply of WOOD and KINDLING -- - - ' While It l» Available. » PLANTATION OWNERS' SPECIAL ";:; i PRICE ON 100 RANK LOTS! BAkKSDALE MFG. CO. Blytheville, Ark. Phone 2911 Recapping and Vulcanizing ^^ , ', AJM) 11FE TO YOUR TIRE8 ,v , , -f. ,* , . DINGER-POETZ TIRE CO. thOM THE OLD JUDGE SAYS... "WHERE DO YOU THINK YOU'RE GOING?" That's also a good question for every person whose earnings are up. Anyone who has a growing thrift account knows that he is headed > in the right direction. Come in and put part of your next pay in a thrift account here. t . The First National Bank The Only National Bank in Mississippi County Hattneei Sat. Optra each night A Son. Only 8:45; utarU t Openi Bnnda; 1:09; BUri* 1:19 OntUmoni Showi Bet. an* San, narrate Nijht Every Nifht Exnal Satariar. honored on J«4ay if. the Last Time Today Night of Adventure with Tom Conway and Jean Brooks Selected Short Subject Saturday ROY ROGERS! *HS frF IIEtk1l?e»l J TRIGGER 4 tttW FOIlt I" Til K3YIIS J Complete Auto Repair Service JIM NEELY b now In ROBERT WATSON Is In charge of our mechanical charge of the body and repair department upholstery department. WE GUARANTEE SATISFACTION Shop Located In Hear of Martin's Cafe 114 W. Main—Phone 565 " Now that you mention it, Juclce, I can see this really has been a'war of jobs'." " Yes it has, Fred, and (he fciggf si jab of all is the one being done by our arrncd forces across the sea... We actual physical filling that is bringing victory closer day by day, ', "And here at home, Judge, our job lias 'been to supply our men abroad with the ammunition and equipment they need to finish their jpb. And to provide the money ' to buy these supplies through our purchase of War Bonds. By and large, I think we've taken our job seriously, loo." "You're right, Fred, we have. But there's one more big job we've got to do for ounnm over there. That is to abide by their wishes that this country should be kept the same way it was when they left it...not changed around while they're away and can't express their opinions." "In all fairness, Judge, that's a simple request no one can afford to disregard." J. LOUIS CHERRY Kepre*entlnft NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO. BlrtheTille, Ark. NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS TemltM may be raining your property. Can m* f<K check-op without coat or obligation. BAT8, MICE AND ROACH CONTBOL GUARANTEED WORK H. G. BLANKENSHIP **«• iilr Confn'qut. tj Xlwtelrt Snatii tntuitilu, I SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS, properly designed, are remembered always. Our flowers we at- wayi fresh, and all work to guaranteed to please. t*t our expert help you with your floral needs. Con. Showing Sal'day 1:00 to• ll:3i SHOP «H f ,T4>. imUi) W« Dellm Mn. «. H. (MM) ffBUuM, ewrai QVowM Btff 1 BONUA GRANVIllE KtNTSMIT*! JEAN BROOKS GlENN VERNON. . • TISSA BRIND < Pr.J<icidk»V.lle»H«l Diieilcd by .Maik Ratinrt J Fox News and Selected Short, Subject C*nUno<ii»s Showlnr Bon. 1:15 M II

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