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WEDiNKSDAY, NOVKMHBR 15, 1044 BLYTHEVIU.E (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS Coming Events 'THUKSIMY Mid-week club meeting with Mrs. M. o. Usrey. Mrs. Willnrd if. Pease entertaining Thursday Night Bridge Club. niiii-sday Contract Ciub mcetiiiK with Mrs. G. E, Keck. |i,n MrSl K ' P - Kil ' s hncr entertaining t iliursday Luncheon Club FRIDAY Initial Club meeting with Mrs Herman May. Mrs. o. o. Elkiiis entertaining C. B, c. Club. G. N. D. Club meeting with Mrs. J. F. Nolen. l-Mday Rummy Club meeting willi "Irs. Raymond Schmuck. Chapter "N" of P.E.O. meeting ior luncheon at home of Mrs. Harry Kirby, with Mrs. Farmer England t as cohostess. C. & N. Birthday Club meeting with Mrs. Philip Applohaum, with Mrs. c. F. Scrape as guest of lion- Dinncr Party Is Given For Club Eiglit Members Mrs. R. c. Allen, who often plays bridge ivith members of Club Eiglit entertained that group last night at acr home with a dinner ami bridge game. Thc entertaining rooms of the house were attractively decorated with vases of brofissc chrysanthemums, and the small tables where dinner was served were centered with bud vases filled with rosebuds. Following dinner, bridge was played, with high score won by Mrs c; O. Poelz and second high by Mrs Charles Langston. Club Officers Elected Mrs. Marion Williams was elected president of the Band Mothers Club, and Mrs. J. W. Shouse secretary, at a meeting of thc club held yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Russell Farr, retiring president. Plans for a party for all band members were discussed, with a. definite date to be announced later Mrs. Wilson Henry, band director, gave a report on the District Band Clinic which will be held here in February. During the social hour which followed thc business meeting, Mrs Parr served light refreshments. Mrs. Crigger I s Hostess All members of the Tuesdiy Bridge Club attended thc party (riv- en for that group yesterday afternoon by Mrs. C. E. digger Jr. High score for the afternoon budge games was won by Mrs. Dixie Crawford and second high by Mrs W. C, Higginson, nnd the hostess served a salad cuinsc. Blylheville Man Is Wed lu Missouri Ceremony Miss June Lansing, (laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lansing ot Advance, Mo., became tlie bride of Staff Beryl. Horace C. Walters of Blytlievillc lu nu afternoon ceremony performed Sunday at tlie Methodist church In Advance. The Rev. E. C. Given, pastor of (lie church, officiated, nnd n program of music was given by Miss Eva Moore, pianist, ami Miss M nry Ellen wlsnuer, vocalist. The bride, given in marriage' by her, father, wore a tailored dress of black crc|>e with black accessories an ( | a corsage of white gardenias niKl siveeltieas. Mrs. Norvell Lansing O f Blytlie- villc served as matron of honor, ivcaring n dress of yellow gabardine with black accessories and a corsage of orchid carnations. Non-ell Lansing of niytlievllle, brother of (lie bride, served as best man. A reception at the home of the bride's parents was held immedi- alely following the ceremony, and later in the afternoon Sergeant Walters an ( i his bride left for a wedding trip before she resumes .-.ci teaching near Advance, while he is stationed at Dycisbnrg, Tenn. Mrs. Walters was graduated from Central Baptist Junior College for Women and attended State Teachers College in Cajie Girardeau. Sergeant Wallers, son of Mr. and Mrs. j. w. Walters, attended Bly- tlievillc schools, and returned in August from two and a half years service in New Guinea. Out-of-town guests attending (lie wedding included Mrs. G. B RItch of Blytlievillc. Club, Guest Entertained Mrs. Robert Porter of Dearborn, Mich., houscgucst of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Lynch, was a guest of Mrs. Albert K. Taylor last night when she entertained members of the Double'G at her home. Bridge was played during the evening, with high score won by Mrs. Sanfoid Boone and second high by Mrs. John Lippill. A salad course was served. La Neuve Club Meets Mrs. Richard Jones and Miss June Workman played bridge with members of La Neuve Club last night when Miss Peggy white entertained at her home on North Tenth Street. High score prize among club members was ivon by Mrs. Jack Chamblin and second high by Mrs William Q. Boyd, while Miss Workman received high guest prize. A dessert course was served. guests wns presented will, n 1 A buffet supper wns served from tables e«y with Kill flowers, and toilowing supper and the usual slated meeting. M,-.S. Marvin Crit- IciKJen presented n program. '«ie program opened with the reading O f a list or names of past patrons mid past matrons tin to the present time, and Mrs. J. D, Q.'jl) l.«ld them tribute in a brief address. Mrs. Ralph Berryiimii gave lira solos, "n, -me Morning". ,, m | -Angels of Mercy', and Mrs. Charles Alford gave a history of the Order of the Eastern Star. Otis Bberdl Jr. gave the response Horn the past matrons nnd past patrons to conclude Hie program Appro.vltniitclv affair. 35 attended the Women's Auxiliary Meets Mis. O. O. Hardaway was hostess to members of the Women's Auxiliary of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church Monday night for a busl- IPSS meeting. Mrs. Thomas D. Smythc Jr., presided over the business in the ab- Bits of News Mostly Personal Mrs. George Shanks nnd her six- er, Mrs. Essie Gllsson of Manila, Jiavc returned from St. Jnmes, Mo., jvhere they spent the weekend. T.hcy went up especially to attend the miirrlngc of (heir brother, Corp ror rt Wilson I Hushes, to Miss Betty l.u O'Uim. iliiushtcr of Mir ami Airs, James o'tjuin of St, James, solcmnli-.ect Sunday afternoon . Cnpl. and Mrs. j. p. nolinmi- and son, Jay, rcliirnert (his morning to Vlnccnncs, ind., where they nre making their home while CflpUiln Holland Ls slntloticd at , nearby George Field. va, I "' , C " lll " ln U " f " cr - moi, .," "f Cftm|) " 1L ' lc followl ''K I' oi e than two yciirs oversons ser- 1 ".<?. He noiv hus boon sc'iit <o [,(••. "3 h y "'I 1 ' *ye. Nose ,UKI Thro llOMltnl where he iwis lutuiltlc-U Sunday, Mrs. ]i,,rham Is win, him C( ,u 1 . . "'"I) i-i'dinieit from wvmil months <nciwns service, hits t ;ono to Ills now oh" » " 0bU - S *"">• A4r ™<1, IloblK, N, M.. lifter ii brief visit __ ", <«ULI(; Hllfl llllimi. son, Nct'ly II. nrc S|ieiidlii B several nionths lu Lexington, Va., as guests of Lieutenant Young's paicnls, Mr. iind Mrs. Hurry K. Young Miss Sarah Frances Rowland, «l .cat aim director of Phsl nap- Isl Church, is spending the week I" Little Rock, where she is nl- Uie Baptist Stale Convcii- IKVIUS, Mr. HIU | Mrs . ,. ; \, Wl(lla _ '"His Maluui are c*'k on a deer '!!<•, Ark. Mrs. n. a, Partloiv left tills ,tf,> f noon for Washington, IX o "here site will spend u lnolllh wlll ' Ml. laillmv. who | S sliitl,,,,,-,! (| K . a , I"" 1 ' 0 ;;"'" 11 ' wl , Ul "I" Niivy. Mr, niu i I>,,M ovcr ," lls niornlnj,- tvliile' MI-. 'nrtluw attended to business here "•toy, mid Mrs. I'ai'tluw will remain e with her uramlclilldrcn while llicir mother Is away. Its. C. W. Allllck and MLS W Allllck have sprat n,,. |Wst ' Uvo 'la V Mp ">]'l>ls. Botm: down cspo- '•'wily (o attend | ne Patrice Mutiscl lom-crt at the Auditorium lust night j 1'vl. William 11, Heath Jr., sln- IJimu'd at l.aughlln 1'icld, Del IIH> , it'xns. arrived yesterday to spend' » !> fui'lmiiili hero with his pim-nt.s Mr. and Mrs. w. ll. llmth iiml fmu- Business Women's Group Discusses Conference Momtaji of ti,o Hiydmvlllc llml- i;w.s ami 1'rofcsslonnl Women'*- C-lub met Monday night, , lt lhl , IIIHIW ot Miss lone rjcovge, presl- tlwil of the orKiinlaillon, wlu-ii Mans were discussed for aticndlnu (he Nortlien.st Arkiinsn.s District Conference of Duslnes and IY.J. feslonal Women 1 !, chilis lo be held »l (lie Vnndervoorl. Hotel In I'.iva, Bould on Snlui-diiy , lm i Sunday. Attending from the lilylhuvlllp club will bi; Miss Clcoiw. Mrs. Jim Crafton. Mrs. Hob Jinnies lt ,,,| M| ... !•'. 1.. UmlmmLs. with the |W>,slbll- lly that olhcra may deeldo later to ntli'Dd. 'I'hfl confcrenro, whleh Is In cele- lirn ini of tlio 25lli aimivei'Miry o; the! niilloiin) ui'KHiilKnllon, will In- iiltended by a Inrge number of finite officers. .Mrs. 'Humes will appear on the progrum at Hie anlilvciMiry dlnm.r to bi- given Salnnlny night, wlu-n she. will (jive 11 brief history of the local club. Duck Co 1 1 ing Title Awarded Stuttgart Men STUTraAIlT, Ark., Nov. 15 (UI> —A Stuttgart rice farmer am misltu-ss ninn, Howiml Conrcy, to day bears thu title of "World- l>liiin,|>lon Duck Caller" Out mmcking „ host of olhe I'uok callers, Conrey came Ihroiigl Ui win the ninth annual world' ehampion duck calling contes iponsored by HID 6liill«uri Amerl ran i u-glan. Post last, nlghu A,U I'esldes (hi; tltlo, rjonrcy rccclvcc 5BOO lit War IJonds nnd .snorliiu l/)ods. Anolhci- Slutttturt mnii, Uwl W I he in. look second phico niu S-100 In War Howls and uportlni equlpmeiU, Third p],u-e went w Willing-dim) of Pine Bluff Some 3000 sjieutiilors Jamiiiei lutlgiirl'K niiiln fired to hear th 01 coutt.'slntil.'i In liction. Annpunce Birth Of Son Mr. and Mrs. Bob Lee Smith nrc the parents of a sou born Friday at Memphis Methodist Hospital The babj- has ijceti named Philip They have one other son, Joe who is three. „ • • , •, • • Eastern S^Tr Hi L-ctitei II Otai Ha Miss Cora Lne Coleman and Mrs. H. A. Copeland served as hostesses last night at Uie pot-luck supper given at, the Masonic Hall Inst night in celebration of Post Matrons anj Past PatronsiNight, when each officer now serving, invited a past matron or a pnsl patron of Uie club to service in his or her chair for the evening, Each of the hon Presbyterians Meet . " .....lit,111 y ,Jl J'll.SL Pre-ibytei-iaii church held circle meetings Monday afternoon and Monday night, when Mrs. C. M. Gr;iy and Mrs. Henry Layson entertained members of circle One. Mrs E R. Lancashire, circle Two, 'ami rs. I. J. Mnhan and Mrs. James Bell, Circle Three Mondav nfleniBoii, and Mrs. Walter Dai- was hostess to members of Circle Four Monday night. Program topic at all the meetings was "The Way Of Forgiveness, 1 ' and a business meeting held si each of the meetings when plans were discussed for the collection of u«d clothing for the use of people of liberated countries in Europe, and for participation in Hie GoodfclJow work to be, carried out locally during the iwiid-u- season. Ten members of Circle One met at (he Gray home, together -with one guest, M, s . Zn j K Harrison Auxiliary president. The program was in charge of Mrs. Hoy Walton Mrs. E. R. Lancashire entertained nine members of circle Two, when "V. A. Dobyns was ^ -- — ^ imii uj^ lULtli who Is critically ill there Mr. nncl Mrs. H . T . om lmve Eleven members of circle Three met at the Mahan home, when Mrp. .Larry,,Wimp ..became a new member of the circle. Mrs R *L Banister and Mrs. Leslie Hooper presented the program for the afternoon. Mrs. Walter Day entertained a, members .of Circle Four, and one visitor Monday night, when Mis.. Louise Simon was Jcader of thr program. • il hour, with refreshments nee'tinP ™* °' *" ^^ son, Corp.' James H. Gill mid fain- Mr, and M ls . E. n . Akln S|IC|U he weekend in Earlc. Avk.. where hey were called by the death of her grandmother, Ml ,,. A j H! , Mr. and Mrs. E. v. Treadwny and Mis. J. D. McDowell spent the weekend in Mississippi. Mr. and Mrs. Ircntlwny visited In Scnntobta as giiesls of her sister, Mrs. Joe brickwell and family, and In Cockran as guests of Mr. Tread way's mother, Mrs. C. v. Trcadway. Mrs McDowell spent the weekend In uenmiKlrj as the guest of Mrs. Ter- lell Emerson Hall, Joining th c -I roadway's In Memphis Mondav for Ihe trip home. Pfc. Bill Chamblin, a student at Tiilane University's . College of Medicine, New Orleans, has arrived to spend a 15-day furlough here wjln Ins parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Chamblin. The Chninblln's also will have as their weekend guest, Miss Delia O'Shcc ot Alcxah- tu-ln. La., n student at. Louisiana S ate University at Baton Rouge who will arrive Friday. Mrs. Allen Pk-karci has ns her guests her sister, Mrs. Harry sns- ser and two children of Covington Tenn.. who arrived yesterday to he here for the remainder of the week MrsT'noy Harper arrived Itisi night for a visit with l m - mother Mrs. A. M. uutt. She has beer, in Miami, Fla.; for thc past three K ,- - : . h, V S 'f," 1 ystculuy and loday n Memphis, nnd attended (he eon«'l at the Auditorium lust night,. Mr. ami Mrs. J. W. Sykes ivturne'd MM nit-lit froin Memphis where lhi>v siVnt several days with Ihelr ilinigli'- icr, Mrs, Fred Corkran and family KiisfBil J. W. McNi-lll ],.(t (hls ' mornhig for HJclimoml. Calif, for » visit with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jaiiies A. McNclll, utter a visit heie with his uncle. William W McNeil! and fniiHly. ,,nd Ills ,,unts "'•••>. K. A. Emlcs St., and family] >>»< Mrs Hell 1Jnkc) , j,;,,,, „£ Neill will return to IVnsacola, KUi War Production Board calls for big drive to save WASTE PAPER Tttftlt what Chairman Donald M. N«!tot^ Kryt about lh» paper i/ioriog»i •i actual weapon* of war , . - ^-nl suc^esa of this all-iniporUmi camSde^nd. on the patr,ot,a ^idSeduf •verybody. 25 WAR PLANTS CLOSED! As we go to press, sbout 25 milli mskina war product, out of paper hav. had to closa down. Are we going lo let them stay closed? Ur shall WD open them again with a community drive to save waste paper .. and keep right on saving it? You know the answer! We MUST jwina those 25 doors wide with th« biggeit ava- lanche of old boxes, corrugated paper, cartons, bags, newspaper* and magazines, that this city hat ever teenl W« MUST org«m« our fri.ndi... our children... everybody who ha, «lovtd one tf"» Armed Force* . . . . Veryon8 who want* thai war to «nd toon ... in victory! Get going right away on that paper traill A BUNDLE A WEEK SOMI BOY.'S LIFE par iclli diem) and ti« them inbundlti ibout 12 inches hlch. ESSSP CorrvcaUrf and Car*. botrt£ox*»aiidc*rtonti fiatiea (hem oui »nd t(t — fnbuodlwBbwuIJ • tu'fh. 0.8. Victory WASTE PAPER Campaign L, T, Mooro Sr., was removed hv niiitaniicc to his home here today after Imvliij,' \ Km „ , mU(!J)l <(t Mfi|ii * Pins ISnptlst Hospital for the past. ("•o weeks. Mr. and Mrs. C. s. Lemons spent Icciuy in Memphis. AI.-S.T. I. Seayanddauiihlm, Iva ami Ann. accompanied by Snnih yriice Joyncr, Betty J,mc Smith and Jean Moore, S |)cnt yesterday in Memphis and West. Memphis, whore thf.v visited Mrs. Seay's sister; Mrs Chester Oiiriilmm. Mrs. Frank Vltale, who lins spent tlie |iast seven monlhs with Mr and Mrs. Victor Vitale in Jersey Uty. N. J,, arrived this marnlni' to I» , with her mother, Mrs J \y Aiilen nnd family, while tier hus-' '"and, Sergeant Vltiilc Is ovcrscni HCj now Is" In New Guinea ijnnrt CuurlKr. NCWI Wnrit Art.. At Tlie Mos|)itals Admitted: Mrs. Miiry Carter Hiidilleston elly. lMtilKscd: Carolyn ,)enn Smllli, hiixora. Airs. H'irold Smith nnd liaby, el- Mrs. A. c. Smllh nnd buby, clly. Walls llnspllal Admitted; Nola Roberts, HI. a, city. Mrs. Ijen I'ermeiiter, ut. 1, l,us- ont. I'!, ll. limber, city, Kdnn Hiilh James, Stcele. Mo. Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Amos Huffman, Steele. Mo., a son yesterday allernoon, Horn ID Mr. nn ( | Mrs. J. T. White HI. :f. city, » daughter, this morn- Chicken Dinner Yailini 1'. T. A. YARBRO SCHOOL Friday, Nov. 17tli (i tn 8-.,10 l>. si. P^c. Troy F. Bradcn Is Killed In Action I'fe. 'l-roy K. IJradcn of I^achvllle ins IKUH killed in Hen,,,,, (ho Wni iJepavtment has informed his iiiulli- ^S""' 7 An " llnuten ' " ls " " His death occurred ID (he European area but no other details were ulsi'hi.s-cd. ing. iJismlsscd: Max Illnuliry, H[ V ele. Mo. ri( Mrs. Claude Howard and baby _Mt.i. A. U. Wclll), Stcele, Mo. There Arc A V'cw Viicnncics In Our KINDERGARTEN CLASS Children of •! and r> aro eligible, I'or details phono 2011-1. Mrs. J. G. Tricschman Co.cn tWao^r.. Your telephone book and Information'A- directory arc a lot alike. But their jobs are different; Yours has most of the numbers you'll ever need. Information's is for finding - new and changed numbers. When you use j-owi-d^irec- tory, Information is able to find the new numbers more quickly in these busy wartimes; Oadl VUM'HWU Planters Hdw. Co., Inc. home of SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINT DE LAVAL MILKERS and SEPARATORS GOULD'S ELECTRIC WATER PUMPS U. S. BELTING and PACKING CANDLEWICK CRYSTALWARE COMPLETE LINES OF HARDWARE Phone 515, niythevillc, Ark. Meetings . night, -,..30 o'clock, »t the I nil when the Entered Apprentice' degree will bo conferred, XSrttaJ, to^ Dowoy Gentry, worshipful ma s-. Cub Scouts of the Lako Methodist Church ^ack will "" 10 ': ro V ( "WH- 7:« o'clock, at th unuch, It was announced today." • , -- , -- . - — Y- ( ..": ns - rt '™V Air Forces dropped i« ,i as T" y tons of Konte dur- i>K lie first halt of 1014 as Ml on the enemy ( n the entire period" from_Pca,-) jjiirbor to Dec. 3l,.J8fi. , FIGHT MISERY vrhcrc you fed It-rub tliroal, chest and baclcwlthtlrac-testtti. MARGARET'S SHOP 2532 Bring Ut Your Beauty Problem Modern Eqnlpmerit (iipcrt BfantlcUni CHRISTMAS CARDS , »nd GIFI 1 WRAPPINGS "' liiivc jusl lice;i received Choose fjlfls now white slocks are new anil coinplttc. The Gift Shop Modern & Antique Glfte MOSS BRYAN Continuoui Showi Every Dij U«» Office OJM-nH Shnw SUrtfa 2:09 l^nst Time Today • Three Men In White with I.lone] llarrymorc .,nfl Van Johnsnn • Selected Sluirt Subjects ' WANTED Cook And Housekeeper For family of Hircc . . . 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. rop \ dl M' o*™"*. undue wor- s, the nu or other illness yilrs tlio stomach's diges- functions and reduces the redwood strength. TQ A )f C 7 C t?" i wh ?,, ts °I"™UiW on only n i /t ,i llc ". Uhy blood volume or n n nClBra , 1 vo cl> P" c lt? °< only SO ^."ir 101 '" M«raljr lumllciippcd. " ch , tln l« Nature needs extra iclp cs tore Its balance nnil function prop- Undigested rood plnc« a ini in ul ^*'« n »— 'raumcK-nt bloixl strcnj-tli 13 n detriment to rjood health. Ji j-ou nrc E\ibicct lo poor dlccstlnn or suspect ctcnclc.it rcdSriood 5s If," cause of your trouble, yet have no or° B""l° complication or focal Intecdon. ^.Jj P lc ,™y be Just what you nccdl SSSTomo.la especially dcslBncrt (1) to mi?!?<f i" 1 .!" 0 "' of V[TAr ' OIOESTIVB ? SfSJff ° stomacl1 ""<* (2) to build«P I1I.OOD STRENOTH w-hdn deficient These two linportnnt rcsulti cnablo you lo enjoy the food you >la cut . . . to maXc use of 11 as Nature Intended Thus you may get noiv vitality . , . pep bccomo animated . . . more allractlvc! Build Sluriiy licallh anrf Help America Win Thousands nnd thousands of users havo h™V,2£? }° A. he bc " c «'s SSS Tonic ban brought to them and scientific research snows that It gets rraiilts— tlmfs why ca man J. LOUIS CHERRY RepiMentlni NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO. Bljthtvllle, Ark. — wy ca many sayssSTonle builds sturdy iiealtli — el like yourself ngaln." At I ' SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS, ™T r iV ? fisle " od ' I ? re ""'embcred nlways. Our flowers are al- ynys fresh, nnd ftll work la guaranteed to plense. Let our cjpert Jeslgners help you with your Dora) needs ^FLOWERSROP KT.O. Scrno* Pf. 491 . Mnv. J. M. (M»o) Williams, owner Ole Anywhere Recapping and Vulcanizing — mnkts you frel like yourself ngaln." At oiug«toreslnlOand20oz.slzcs.£J3.8.sco Ann i,rn: TO YOUH TIKES MODINGER-POEIZflttCO. 7, 61 North Phone 2201 ^Thursday nnd Friday K LAMOUR MURRAY BUTTON' Paramount N'cws and Selected Short' Sulijcci ROXY Mxinco S»t, A suo. Only ~ f>pcn.5 racli night 6:45; *tartt \ Open. Unndjy I'M; BUrti 1:11 <>nllnuun> Shum 8*1. ui4 Ba. • Mr[Blu Klein F.VTrj Nltht fconnre^ OD Su4fty th. B.X,, J Last Time Today Spy Ship willi Irene MiiTming'&'Craig" Stevens Kclcctcil Short Subjects' Cblc.TSo Hears vs. Green Bay Packers ' : Thursday and Friday, ;gr; ; "^/ Selected

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