The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 13, 1944 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, November 13, 1944
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TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COUR fJER NEWS ;Coming Events TUESDAY Mrs. -C. E. Crlgger' -Jr., enlorlaln- iag IVMdaj Bridge Club Club • Eight meeting tiHli Mrs Charles* Ltingston Program Is Planned For P.T.A. Meeting C. M. Buck, president of the Blythcville tchool board, Neuve-oluu. 1 ^ JJIJ UlUVJin; CL'llUVI UUiUlli Vi lii MU Whltp'phtr/ilalnlne TJ, t;ucsl f l)eakcr nl the regular •vume entretaimng La mo , nll , y mCBllllg ot CCI)lra] Wiml Mr5 C C Langston and Mis , P " Cnt J e f lcr , Delation to be H \V Wxlie entcrlalnine with llclcl Wednesday afternoon, 3 Lch^n S Hole ™ T p n «^ k - ,«i «« , sc " 00 '- «'• »»"< *«' for ivtombers:of-Charlevoix Chapter f'f^ if'" 00 "' """ Ule <«>'"«•»»of ilyj D A R Double G Club meeting with Mrs. Albeit K. .Tnylor- ; WFDNESD/VY Central . Ward •• Parent • Teacher Association meeting at school, 3 ¥ 111^ pieceded b> execulho boird meeting, 2 30 [) m Town and Country. Club meeting with "Mrs. R. G. Rose. Mr§ Chai/es. Rose entertaining Wednesday' Bridge ' Clun. A.D.C. Club • meeting' with .Mrs. Ben : Harpole. ,' THURSDAY •Mrs. J. C. Ellis entertaining Oc- tette-Club: Mid-Week . .Club meeting Mrs V O Usiej with Mrs,. r Willard H. Pease entertaining Thursday-Night Bridge Club. Thursday Contract Club meeting with Mrs. G. B. Keck. Mrs. R;, K Kirshner entertaining Thursday Luncheon Club. FRIDAY Initial Club meeting with Mrs. ~~t5 O. Eiklns entertaining C. B. C. Club. G. N. B. Club meeting'with Mrs. J. F. Nolen. Friday Rummy Club meeting with Mrs. Ras'moiitl Schunick. Chapter 'N' of PFO meeting for luncheon nt home of Mrs Harrj Kirtn, vflli Mis 'Farmer England as cohoslcss \ Humr.n Mrs. O. Ftiday Rummy Club Meets :A11 members -were present Frl- .day' altcrnoon' 'when Mrs. Frenk Brown entertained the Friday Rummy .Club with a parly at her home on Kentucky Avenue. Colorful AutunnV tlowers'from the hqslesses pardon were used to decorate the living room where Liverpool rummy was- p'-nr/t in the rames Mrs M S \ali- - - piRh score and Mis T J Bai -> nd high A salad and dessert plate wns •surfed'with 'iced drinks'at the conclusion op the -afternoon: • • • Son Is Boin Yesterday Capt, and Mrs, Daniel Mcliari of Rapid Cilv, S D , ire the nircnls of a son torn 5eslerdaj in Rapid Cilj Tlie balflj then fust child, has been •• named [Daniel Paul .McLean. ijrs. McLean .is the former Miss Louise Angel. Captain McLean, who is stationed nt an airfield near Rapid City, is the son of Dr. and Mrs. D. C. McLean. be Daughter Born Friday Major and Mrs. James E. Till! <f Miami IJcnch, MIL, arc the parents of a daughter, Virginia ADHD, born. Friday In Miami Beach. Mrs. Till) Is Ihi; former Miss Virginia Tompkins of Burdctte. Ity Life.'' Mrs.' c. G. Redman, executive ccrelary of the Mississippi rjouil- ly Tuberculosis Association, also ivlll appear .on (tie program. All mothers of Central Ward 'Indents are Invited to attend the meeting, and Mrs. 11. W. Wylie, president of the organization, today that all pledge cr.rds which not been lurneil In, be brought lo this meeting. Mrs. Lynch Is Hostess Mrs. JJ. A. Lynch wa.s hostess to 12 members of the Association of American University VVomt'ii Saturday afternoon, entertaining at her home a.t 1115 West Main. Miss Julia Llmbird, executive secretary of the chlckauiwua DIs- trlct of the American Hcd Cross, was-guest speaker for the afternoon, telling her audience n! the voi-k being carried on by that organization. A brief business session .was in charge of Miss Mnrjorlc Warren, president, when plans for an exhibition nf screen prints were discussed. Miss' Wtrrcn appointed a committee coiiii.-o.scd of Mrs. O. E. Quellmalz ami Mrs.. Freit Flceman. to arrange 'for Ihls- exhibition. A dessert course wns served by the hostc>.« at the close of the biiilncs sc«ion, Cliih Erilerlamecl Friday Eighteen members of the 1'ast Matrons and Patrons Club met Friday night at the Raleigh Sylvester home, when Mrs. Aim Stickmon am! Miss Corn Lee Coleihau entertained, lhc group. Following te buffet supper, n brief business session wns held, presided ever by Mrs:. Gus Ebordl. Gifts 'of,crystal were presented to Mrs. Charles Alforcl and Mrs Stickmbii, relirihg president and ccrelary, and club members instructed Ihe treasurer. Miss Coleman, to biiy a War Bond for the club, with each member donating £1 toward its purchase. Names v/ei-c drawn for'the Christ- nas party, which will be held somb- thc R, A. Bits of News Mostly, Personal Mr. and Mrs., Paul, Huckliu of Memphis, who formerly lived In Ulythcvllle, spout ycMerdny here KS the liiiest.s of friends. They came by plane, .Mrs. Jamw. B. Clark returned from St. Louis and points In MK- iourl ami Illinois where she bought for her antique shop,•Dr. Paul I,, Tinton left yesterday monilng for Uii.sscllville, Ark., where he will f,|iend the week oii deer hunt. Miss Margery Perry, who Is cm- ployed In Memphis, spent the weekend here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles f'eiry. Ml;:.v Ethel Goodlier left yesterday morning for Odcn, Ark., whore che will spend several weeks with her pai-onlA, Mr. and Mrs. O, F. Gocdncr. She went especially to tic wllh her mother,'who is to cuter n Hot Springs hospital soon for treatment and a possible operation. Mr. and Mrs. George M. Lee had as their weekend guests, Lieut. Col. and ^Irs. Charles T. Kranicr, who formerly lived In Blylhcvillc. Colonel Krajner has Just returned from 10 months service hi the Clilha-Hurma-lndlri war none, while Mrs. Kramer 1ms been making her home In Little Rock, where she holds a position as one of the (.late supervisors of home demonstration work with headquarters there. Mr. and Mrs. w. J. Wunderllch Mad as their gue.sLs for the weekend their daughter, Miss Donna Wiimlcrlliili, a student nt Miss Ulitchihsbn's School In Memphis, Keeping Up With The Men In Service . Montijll R. Meacliain, son of Mrs. Sally N. Meacliain of lllythcvllle, hn.s been promoted, to Ihe rank of corpora! al the Infantry Replacement Training Center at Cmnp Hood, Texas. As a • member of the cadre »t (Ije center, Corporal Meacham Is aiding In the Instruction of jiew men in the Infantry ns they receive their.basic training. Huntons Son Pvl. William T. Stewart, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hryiinl Stewart of Dlyllicvllle, hns arrived at Maiden Army Air Field, Maiden, Mo., and will hu nliflclic-d to the- First Troop Carrier Command. MAAK Is a combat crew (raining iicc of Mi station where transition training is [ company Blvcn lo nllqls and crews who will fly the C-47 army transport plane, which Is used to carry troops and supplies, evacuate the wounded from combat zones, ami to tnw t'llders. Thrilling Story i lioth radios of thti'r home in tip top condition after, having been carefully checked, Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. llunton \ already have liir,[ various station's for host I'e- ception of the bliic because tcnlght they will lien t the voice of tlu'lr son, Lieut, clia.'tlcs A. Hunton, who will broadcast from Prance. - ( The broadcast, a part :o[ the Coca Cola Victory Parade of spotlight bands program, will btgln at, 8:30 o'clock, it has been a nnouncecl by J. A. ijcccli, of the Uxiil plant, Lieutenant, Hunton Will tell how It feels to Jump from ,«i plane with a parachute that .dic'Ji't open until he was crashing > through tree branches In a vlvJxl account of action on the front. He was piloting. a) bomber struck by Iwo flak nursis over Germany when both engines' 1 were knocked oui. lie nursed the' plane back over American lines and ordered the crew of three to ju\np before/he left the plane. All wet e saved. Lieutenant Hunton i;as born niiil reared at, JOncslidro, Iftng home of the Hunton family. i,ll.<j parcrits moved here three and ft hair years ayo when Hie elder Mr. .\lunton was transferred . to the Blytbeville, ot- lice o( Metropolitan Life' Insurance Willis' A. llinesly. son of the Rev, nnd Mis. M. M. Hlncsly of Mnntlu, now is stationed at Pntux- ont uivcr, Md., after more than three years overseas service. Mr. ilinesly volunteered for naval duty in November, 193D and took his training nt Norfolk, Va. He has served in Cuba, Iceland, Afrlcn, South America mid Puerto Rico, and now has been assigned to duty in the States, where he Isolds the- rank oi petty officer. The Rev. Mr, Ilinesly nnd Mrs. Hlnesly Imve two other sons, Joe mid j. w. Hlnesly In the Navy, a son-in-law In ihe ficnbecs and a son-in-liiiv in the Army. Celebrates 6lh Birthday Mary Grace Lowry, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl E. Lowry. eel tsA Serious Ailment Inlereslirig l-llEE UOOK Teiis oi latest Treatment Anv| person suffering from Fistula, Rectal Abscess Piles or anj rther* rectal m colon disorder- mas obtain a new 40-page FREE EOOti on these nnd associated throttle aliments. The bcok is il lustrated with pictures crmrtj;, and diagrams Write lodij —a, card will do— to Tliornton .& Minor Clinic, Suite 1172, 926 McGee $., Kansas City, Mo. , 'ime In December ut opelanj home. . ebrated her . slxdi birthday yes' terday afternoon when she enter- tnlnod 15 chlldrczi at a party nt the '-imily home on North Franklin I reel. Prizes in the games played during the aflernoDii were Von by Shirley Alley aiid Dick Foster and refreshments of birthday cake and iced ' drinks were served by Mrs Lowry, assisted by Mrs. Mary Akin Mary Grace's aunt. The youngster also wns guest of honor at a family dinner parly giv- and Mrs. Eslclle Cooke Vollmei .„,„ her (lauglUcr, Miss Anne Volmbr both or Memphis. Dan and Ned Wllfdrd, four-ycnv- old twin ions of .the Rev. and Mrs. S. S. Wllfm-d, are seriously ill with diphtheria at the home ot their parents oil Main Street, Dan, who wns stricken ill on Friday vas removed'to Walls Hospital for treatment, bn.1 Inter was returned homo when his brother contracted ihe dl.-cnsc. Condition of both children was'believed to be slightly improved this mornhiK. , Mrs. I'aul I,. Tiploii left (his nvM-nlng for St. Louis where she .Inns lo spend several days. Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Byrd and Mr. anil Mrs. Lee Hill spent Sim- day In Kclser us Btiosts of the Rev. ajid Mrs. Llndley E. Vowcll, who recently moved there when the Rev. Mr. Voivcll bccnme pastor of the Koiscr Methodist Clmrch. Mrs. Farmer England returned home Saturday night after a 10- ilny visit In Arknfieiphlii and LH- tlc Rock, with relatives. She was nccoinpnnicrl home by her foiir-yenf , , v b ..- Ol d niece, Jeanic Wright of Ben- cn yesterday noon by her gramlpar- to ". who will be here for an inde- ents, Mr. nii[] Mrs. L. E. Rlgrjlns """e visit. at their home on North Plfiii : Mr - and Mi^. Jlminy Jllclmrd- Strcet. ison have arrived from Charlotte N A large white blrlhday cake ! ' ablaze with six candles, was used for the centerpiece for the dliihi" table. Osceola Man To Wed .OSCEOLA, Ark., Nov. 13.-OI Interest in Osccola is the announcement of the engagement and approaching marriage of Miss Edith Scott, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Ernest James Scott of Tylertown, Miss., to James II. Wells of Osccola. The wedding will be solemnized late this month. Receives Air Medal for Husband Killed Overseas In Impressive ceremonies In conjunction with Saturday afternoon's review at the Biytheville Army Air Field, Mrs. Marguerite L. Zalakcr of Walnut Ridge, Ark., was awarded the Air Medal nnd one Oak Leaf Cluster In recognition of Die services of her husband, Tech. Scrst. Paul L. Zalaker, AAF, who was killed In action (hiring a bombing mis- sib;! In (he. European. Theater. , The met.lai.wlis presented to Mrs. Zalaker .by Col. Kurt M. Lniidoh, BAAF coimimii'dcr. #^\^ • — -^- —: p •'.- '•• In the National GiiardViinit at Jotusboro when war came, > he has served In the Army Air Cor,t>s since that time. , "• His parents live at 10G3! West Hcnrii where they plan to listen lo (lie broadcast tonight which can be heard from Memphis or Chicago. At The Hospitals lllylhcville Admitted: • Mary May Hughes, city. ' Juckie Morgan, Dell. ; J. N. Robinson, city. ? Dismissed: Miss L. C. Ramuo, city, '-gf jr Raymond Wilson, city. " "^ Jack Lewis. Dell. Mrs. Jack Jones, city. Mrs. Earl Brownlce, Dell. Infant Whistle, Monette. Mrs. Robert Lovelace and baby, city. Wnlls llnspiliil Admitted: Mrs. Cecil, Byrd, Cooler, Mo. RierAtLast" C.,, where, they, were mari'lcd^orL Nov. 4, and arc guests for'th? prcs-r ciit of Mr. and Mrs. Jnmcs kill Jr. past two y.eni's, asnln will be connected with' .the Arknnsas-Missoiiri Power Coriiorniion. Miss Mnmlc Join Slsk sncnt' the weekend in Memphis. S^PERMANENTWAW Nalural-looVi»s curls ami w youis— c-isily, C(X)My, coi al Lottie. Do it yourself. The auuii inv; Liiniii,. 1^1 ill.n ity t HilltKlI. Vifl 1>1»C iWlilJ at Kirby.Bros. Drug" Store and' I drug stores. |. LOUIS CHERRY Representing • NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO. BljthertUe, Ark. ive Clothes Cleaned As Often As Necessary Don'f wait till dirt is ground in. Many of us think sending a new garment to the cleaners will destroy its newness. Frequent J nnings prolong the wear and fresh appearance of a garment. When a dress is badly soiled it needs severe cleaning operations, which tend to weaken the 'fabric. ! Cook And Housekeeper For family of three . . . Want colored woman, middle aged, experienced, with good references, health certificate and ability. Can arrange living quarters if desired. Good salary if you can qualify. Write P, 0. Box 388, Blytheville, Ark. SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS, properly designed, are remembered always. Our flowers aro nl- ™>-s fresh, nnd all work Is guaranteed to please. Let our expert ieslgners help you with your floral needs. "^.FLOWER SHOP F.T.D. Serrtw ff e Ptt. 491 Mra. J. M. (Mao) Williams, owner Anjwhcre Glenco* Recapping and Vulcanizing ADD LIFE TO YOUU T1UF.S MODINGER-POETZ*TIRECO. Plions 2201 Off?. 61 North Creomulsioh relieves promptly be- lusc it goes right to the seat of .tlie oublo to help loosen and expel Bonn laden phlegm, and aid nature to soothe and heal raw, teiider iri- named .brohcrilal..mucous .snem- braiies. Tell your druggist to sell you n '"-'Be of Creomuls|on with t.hjB.n^ pupsell,-Wales, iiiy. : Jaiij'cs Everett Arnolclj i clo, Jvlo. Jiiines Jackscjn, clly. Charllnc Smith, Osceola. Mrs. J. T. White, niy. Horn io Mr. and Mrs. Clavicle Howard, city, a (laughter yesterday Dismissed: Mrs. Ralph Seals, Canilhersvllle Mo. Clarence Lorren, Manila. Liicretla Bunch, city. Mrs. Louie McMinn, Honier.svlllc Mo. William Barger, Cooler, Mo. Mrs. Homer Taylor, city. Jackie Morgan, Dell, . Mrs. D. W. Estcs, Lilboum, Mo Joe Pierce, Stcele, Mo. Dan Wilforcl, city. Mrs. Ed Sutlon, city, Llnrta Jean Swhincy, city. Memphis Baptist Hospital Emmett Huckaby, Bnssett. Mrs. L. Howlon, Osceola. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 104-1 Illtd not Spoil Ji-r D;/—Otl HUr II KOW Don't nut oH getting- C-2223 to relieve jiaih of muscular rheumatism nnd other rheumatic pains.Caution: Use only as directed. First tiottlc purchase price hack If not satisfied. COc nnd $1.00. Today, buy C-2223. Don't Neglect Slipping FALSE TEETH Do false teeth drop, slip or wabhic when you talk, eat, laugh or sneeze. Don't be ainioye'd ami embarrassed by such handicaps. FASTEETH, an aliiuline (non-acid) powder to sprinkle on your plates, keeps false teeth more firmly set. Gives confident feeling of security and added comfort. No giimmy, gooey, pasty taste or feeling..Get FASTEETH today at any drug stove. Meetings A pol-hick supper svill be held tomorrow nlyht, 7 o'clock, for members of the Past Matrons nnd Past I'atrom Chib, at the Masonic Hall. The siipjH'r "'ill be followed by a slated meeting at 8 o'clock. MOTHER! Do This When Children Catch HCOLDS He re's one modern easy way to promptly help relieve muscular soreness or tightness, coughing spasms, congestion and irritation in upper breathing passages... Rub VicksVapoRubonthroar, chest nnd back at bedtime. Results arc so good because VapoRub . . . ^ , , toupperbroncliial tubes with I is special medicinal vapors. chest and back sutfaces like a warming poultice. VapoRub keeps on working for hours lo bring welcome comfort. It invites rcslful sleep and often by mornum most of the misery of the cold is gone. Remember, Mother... ONLY VAPORUB Gives You this special double action. It's time-tested home-proved, the best-known home- remedy for rclicv- » Stf+tSt* ing miseries of VflvKO W VAPORUB children's colds. NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS Termites may b« ruining your property. Call m« ftx check-up without cost or obligation. EATB, MICE AND ROACH CONTSO3. GUARANTEED WORK H. C. BLANKENSHIP . H* E. KeatmckT Z1M T'-'tt j.«'» *».Mou t Uke; the.way it allays the cough or you are e.your mopey,.hack. A .,,. u ... _;EOMUilSION for Couzhs.ChestColds, Bronchitis . Ptasi-'Cola Cpmnanu', Lona Island Ci<•:-.•' Y Francliuied Uoltler: Pepsi-Cola liottlin K Co. of Blytheville »\ y jft'^ * > ^_ She'i your personal representative ol Ihe telephone company — Ihe girl in the Business Office. "WE'D RATHER SAY iWe don't lilcc to lei! people llmt they'll Imve lo wail lo get a liomc. telephone. We'd mucli ralKcr soy ' yes lo requests for sen-tec. That's llie wny il used lo he. Bui ihe needs of war Imve first riaitv. on available telephone equipment nnd on telephone mnmtfticltiring fncililics and rvmn power. Delays in filling civilian orders jtul cnn'l be Iiclped. All of ns Iclcplionc people sincerely appreciate llic co-opcrn- iivc undcislnncjing being shown by llic miny llionsnnds who are wailing ilicir lurn lo gel service. SOUTHWESTERN BEU TEIEPHO^E COMPANY : ; ' . ) . STU/JFJEK J2v)rops in cadi nostril oiwn doused nose, you brc.-illio freer. Caulion: Uuo only as 'iircclcil. PENKTflO HOSE DROPS Pfescriptisn Filled R»n limes relieve constipation and Has on ihe Tliis successful prescription is now put up under Ihe mine of ADI.KIilKA. Get a hotlle of Adlerika next lime you slop nt your druggist's and ECO for yourself how quickly Ras is relieved and gentle l>ut thorough bowel action follows. Good for old anil young. Caution, use only as directed. Get AJtcriha front your drugsitl today. KIKUY 1I11OS. DIUKi STOKES MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP 154 B. ?1zit Phone Briny Os Your Beauty Problems Modern ncrnlpmeiit Expert Beauticians CHRISTMAS CARDS and GIFT WRAPPINGS have just been received , . . . Choose gifts now while slacks arc new a i n] complete. The Gift .Shop Modem & Antlmic Gifts MOSS BRYAN Continuons Slows Every Dr.y Box Office Opens 1:45 Show SiartH 2:00 tISTKN TO KI.CW I:H «JK. 12:45 sun. S:it pjn Last Time Today Ghost Catchers with Ol-sen ;uul Julinvou Paramount News and Short Tn«sday & Wednesday Sclented Short Subjects Muttaeti Sat. i Sim. Only Opens tacb. night C:-!5; itarti 'J Ovfia Sunday 1:00; Starla 1:J3 C«htlnnons Shows a»i. >nil Sun. S»rt»ta Nlfht .Every Nlshl Eiccpt 8aturil»r. Ni fiat.*, honored on Juagsy a« the KSXT. Last Time Today Youth Runs Wild with Ilnnita Cr-uiviHe, and Kent Kmilh Fox News and Sclcckil Short Subject Tuesday S Wednesday "SSHSS CRAIG STEVENS • IRENE MANNING Sclrclcrt Short SiibjMts Also • WORID'S CHAMP10VSHI? mwimsr Chiraso Hears vs. Green Bay Parkers

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