The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 16, 1944 · Page 5
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version
November 16, 1944

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Publication:
Location:
Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Thursday, November 16, 1944
Page:
Page 5
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 5 article text (OCR)

THURSDAY, NOVKAIHKR 10, ec- Coming Events FRIDAY Initial Club meeting with Mrs. Herman May. Mrs. o. O. Elklns entertaining C. B. c. Club. O. N. B. Club meeting with Mrs. J. 1'. Nolen. Friday Hummy Club meeting 'with Mrs. Haymol),] Schmuek, Chapter "N" O f P.B.O. meeting |JJfr luncheon at home of Mrs. Harry ^irby, with Mrs. .Farmer England us coliostcfs. C. & N. Birthday club meeting with Mrs. Philip.' Applebaum, with Mrs. c. F. Scrape as guest of honor. the pro- was Luncheon Is Given For D.A.R. Members Mrs. C. C. Langston and Mrs. II. W. W.vlie.cniciUiined 18 members of Hie charlcvoix Chapter of the D.rt.U. Tuesday afternoon at a luncheon meeting at Hotel Noble. Two other guests, Mrs. E. E. Stevens and Mrs. Jimmy Richardson, also attended the affair. Shallow bowls of puinied daisies formed the centerpiece for Hie luncheon table, arranged in main dinln° room. During the afternoon (he gram and business meeting held In the ' Cototiial Room, with Mrs. C. R. Peiin, regent, presiding. Miss Jnlla IJmblrd, executive secretary of the Chickasawba District of the American Red Cross, gave a brief discussion of the work being carried on by that organization, and members voted to give "buddy bags" for distribution by the Red Cross to soldiers, with each member contributing a sum sufficient to provide one bag. As a Christmas project this year the chapter will send Christmas packages lo men in (ho Blythcville .Army Air Fiel;! hospital, arid plnns pwere discussed lor the state wide music contest sponsored by the organization and open to anyone in the slate for the best poem set to music. Bridge Club Entertained All members of Ihe Town and Country Club were present yesterday afternoon when Mrs. R. C. Rose entertaine,) Hint group at her home at Roselaml, for an afternoon of bridge. Flowers in brilliant Autumn hues were r arranged throughout the house. High score prize for the afternoon went to Mrs. Fred V. Rnth- prford and second high to Mrs. Cornelius Mcdingcr. The hostess served light refreshments. i Mrs, Wilson Entertains Bud vases filled with red rosebuds/centered the small tables arranged for luncheon in the living room of the Baker Wilson home yesterday f.fternoon when Mrs. Wilson was li.^tess to members of the Wednesday Bridge Club nnd two additional guests, Mrs. B. A. Lynch and Mrs. W. J. Pollard. - „ Following luncheon, bridge was •fayed, with high score won by i"frs. Pollard and second high by Mrs. W. H. Minyard. Central Ward P.T.A. ' Ha s Meeting Yesterday : Members of the Central Ward Parent- Teacher Association met yesterday afternoon at the school ; fit 3 o'clock, when they heard a talk by Mrs. Redman, executive j secretary of the Mississippi County ' Tuberculosis Association, who i .spoke to the group in an effort to I uilisl iheir interest and support i in the tuberculosis control work being carried on in Mississippi County. The president's message was read by Mrs. C. R. Wroten, and Mrs. H. W. Wylie, president, was in charge of the brief business session. Miss Mary Outlaw's fourth grade jyWi first prize in the room count, ;<?-fth Miss Maxine llalstcad's first BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.y COURIER NEWS Special Church Ceremony To Mark Observance Of 25th Anniversary Tile silver wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. 'Paul Grcemvell will be celcbratQd Saturday morning when they will have their marriage reblesscd at a mass to be celebrated at 8 o'clock at (lie Church of the Immaculate Conception. The Rev. j. J. Thompson, priest of the church, will be the celebrant, and n large number of guests have been invited to attend the impressive service. Attendants at the service will include Mrs. Lloyd Wise and John P. I/cntl, as the brldnl attendants at Ihe original wedding 25 years ago are unable to be present for (he celebration. Altar boys will be Jack Lent! ami Jimmy Duvall, and Dickie Greenwell, son of the couple, will slug Ave Maria", during the service. He will be accompanied by Sister Deloies, church organist. Mass will (ling breakfast to be ulvcn by Mr. and Mrs. Greenwcl! In the Colonial Room of Hotel Noble. Mr. Grccnwcll and (he former Miss Lela Toon, daughter of Mrs. G. w. Toon and the late Mr. Toon were married In a church wedding nl St. Vincent's Church in cnpc Ghaideau on Nov. 18, 1910, with the nuptial muss celebrated by the Rev J. J. Downey of Cairo, 111. Coming lo Blylhcville 10 years ago, where Mr. Greemvcll became connected with Ihe Arknnsas-Mls- sourl Power Corporation, the family hns long been prominent In religious and civic activities of the town. One of their sons, Pi't, Joe Donald Greenwell, now Is serving with the Army In France, while Wielr younger son is n student nl Blythcville High School. Attending the service irlll be Mrs Annie Toon and Mrs. Tony Wulfers both of i f ,, , , "mi. ui ^iipL 1 Liirnrocan. be followed by a ivcd- nnd sister of Mrs. GrccmvcII. . Glrardean. mother grade and Mrs. Thomas Smythe's sec.ond grade tied .second. No December meeting will he held, with the next meeting of the group to he held in January. Bits of News Mostly Personal - ...... ~ morning twl Camp chaffee, Ark., where he will into the Army Air be inducted Forces. Underwood will visit there for two weeks, while George will leave Snt- urday for Omnlia, Neb., where lie will report for Induction Into the armed forces. He has spent the past month here with liis parents, Mr and Mrs. George Muir and family Miss Kay Mcllwaln and Miss Nancy McClain spent today In Memphis.- Miss Angie Hood is undergoing medical treatment at Walls Hospital, Mrs. G. E. Workman and daughter, Miss June Workman, spent today in Memphis. Pvt. Mclba Foster returned this morning to her station at Pyote, Texas, after .spending a ' two- weeks' furlough here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Foster Miss Viola -'Bennett spent yesterday in Memphis At The Hospitals lUyllicvllli! Hospital Admitted: I'PC Miller, city. Jack Give)), city. Mrs, W. D, Llndsey, city. Mrs. Mora Parker, Manila. isaiah Simon Jr., city. O, S, Uollls-on, city. Born lo Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Andrews, cily, n son ibis morning. Dismissed: Mrs. Guy Warlunst iiiul baby, Osci'iila, Mrs-, llm-vcy Htntimii, Armorel Nolan Young, clly. Walbl ll(isnl(:l| Admitted: J. R. McConnell, city. Miss Angle Hood, city. Dismissed: Amy Claire Crook, clly. Everett Deal, Llluourn, Mo. 1 Mary Williams, Stcele. Mo. ' Mrs. nciilnli Lloyd, city U. R. llarher, city. Edna Ruth James, Sleele, Mo. 1 Ml'lli|iiif.s llaptlsl Husiillal Admitted: Mrs. Lnla May l>nn, cooler, Mo Memphis Mclhndlsl Hospital Admitted: Mrs. Jnmes Hardest)', Cnruthers- vllle, Mo. Featherweight Jr-ffasrjSi-SKSMs*-.-^ cos, Texas, left this morning after , , spending a 10-day furlough here with Mr. and Mrs. Ear! Rogers, and in Sike.ston, Mo., with his mother, Mrs. B. M. Turner. Mrs. Edith Stcphan and Miss Juanita Sample spent vesterdav in Mem pi i is. vStatr Sergt, and Mrs. H. S. Wilson have arrived to visit, their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Wallace and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wilson Sergeant Wilson, who has been sta- tionea at Tnroc, Calif., will return there before being s'ent overseas while Mrs. Wilson, who is the former Miss Carlene Wallace, will remain here with her parents. Mrs. C. W. Garrigan and daughter, Gay, nnd Joan Trieschman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Trieschman, returned last night from Memphis where they spent two days and attended the Patrice Muhsel concert Tuesday night at tlie Auditorium. Miss Lonnle Hitrgetl spent today in Memphis. Mrs. H. p. Harwell Sr., and Mrs. H. F. Harwell Jr., have arrived from Rolla, Mo., to be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Baker Wilson and family. Mrs. Harwell Sr.; will return home after several flays and Mrs. Harwell Jr., will be here for an indefinite visit with her sister while her husband is on special t'uly with the Army. Mrs. F. D. Underwood and her grandson, George Muir Jr., left last night for Fulton, Mo., where they will be the guest of relatives. Mrs. . - - past' two days here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs B Richardson. Mrs. O. P. Raincy will leave tomorrow morning foe Tulsa and Oklahoma City, Okla., where she will spend a week. Carries On TB Work Mrs. C. G, Redman, executive secretary of the Mississippi County Tuberculosis Association, spent Tuesday at Lange and Sudbury schools where she distributed Christmas programs, educational materials study units nut) posters, and explained the purpose of the coining seal sale, and what the money Is expended for in Mississippi County. She also appeared as guest speaker at the meeting of the Central Ward -Parent'-Teacher Association yesterday -afternoon- at-that school when she urged the interest and support of that group In the tuberculosis control work being done in Mississippi County, advocating mass x-raying of children as an early preventative of the disease The young flowers of the lotus are eaten as a delicacy in India. The pretty young miss above is not the circus- strong lady—H,so happens that (lie aluminum tank . she is nonchalantly holding ajoft weighs just 21 pounds. Developed by ALCOA engineers in New York, Ihe tank—30 pounds lighler than conventional typo —will radically increase the nmount of gasoline shipped by air to the- Ctiina-Bnrma-lnclia theater of war for use against the Japs. Composite Powder Room yam guest ctecl fi,| 0 ii "powder room" by null"IB n hanging shelf and mirror to the Inside of Iho door. Any Inexpensive unpalnted shelf can be turned into n decorator's triumph wilh u bit of striking fabric covering and pleated edging wnfcli can be repeated ns mimiiiK" for the mirror. A whisk broom for (he men and a powder jnr for the' ladies will help lo mnko » , .perfect exit for your " v --^ guests. Memorial Rites To Be Held For Private Webster Memorial services will be held Suiiduy afternoon, ror Pvl. Wnllci U Webster Jr., 10, killed In action fcPI". 8 In France nflor piiilUlp '"f in four liuuslons. Services will be held at l.'irst Baptist. Church, ;i o'eloclt, by Ihe ««'. u, c, Drown, pastor, nnd (h «<;v. Ualr., Sturdy, pastor of Lak tlrcel Methodist Church, with the Dud Cnson Post, Aniuvli'nn Lesion i» fluu-xe of the mllllnry rites A brrtther In .service, I'tc. K.lwan w. Wchster. | s en route home fron Camp iititiicr, N. c.. to iittend tin services and lo be with his parent:. Mr. nnd Mrs. Webster Sr Itncllsli vs. CnlibiiKis . -.NElin, Minn. (U.l'.)-uivn) ry between St. i. 0 iil s comity am Crow Wing county became almas ns tv,l u s i ],„.(, between Florida nn Cn.lifornln when Hoy, cox of ilrnln era unearthed a rnrtlsh wind lipped (lie scales at five pounds wiiiie n si. I.ouls county neluliljo Brew u / cnl)bii|>c with 'six lien/Is web weighing from four to fin pounds. Ouurlur 2537 r </, Mrnfern KntilprnR AETNA LIFE & ACCIDENT INSURANCE CO. E. H. FORD, Representative 208 Lynch Blllg. As advertised in VOGUE "V% '•*** ROXANA CROSS SHOES Everywhere. Simply ereryielxre. And youthfully! It was never smarter to be young and pretty and feminine, And these handsome-bowed Gold Cross Suedes are the youngest, gayest-lvcartcd, look-loveliest shoes you've ever set eyes on. Ameticc'i umhalltngtd >ho< valu> &tt&5 The Family Shoe Store MIAMI 312 W. Main Phone 2342 CHRISTMAS CARDS" and GIFT WRAPPINGS liiivc just been received .' .• UIDO.SC s'lls now H-liilc stacks are new and complete. The Gift Shop Modern * Anlltjne GlfU MOSS BRYAN Cootinaou Show* Ever; Dij Box Office Opens 1:« Show SUrts 2:0« LISTEN TO BLCN ' Thursday nnd Friday LAMOUR. .,, MURRAY :' ailTY ' ' ' v ','~t:•• , HUTTON^ * &<* ' 4 $$ 'i aramount News anil Sclccteil Shnrl Subject ROXY Mallnen Sal. A Bon. OnJj* Open* each night 8:«; ilart* Optai tiarida} 1:00; blarb 1:11 i;«ntinnoDj. Showi Bat. unl 8«n •urcali Night Evcrj Nlchl MM? honored en tbt TUij. Thursday and Friday yp^S^ sfi&iSraSi Flclln FRANCHOT TONE ANNE BAXTER •» Aklm Tamlroff >HERICHvoi<STROHE!M K Rommel Sclcclcd Short Subject More limn G.QOO niiuies of early explorers, (nippm ami enilci'anl's HIT curved on Inilepi-ndctic-o I lock ndlecl the "Ctiviil Hecnrd of (he IV.serl," In wyoniina's Sweclwnlrr vnlley, Scout Council Plans Winter Camp At Hardy The Cnmptng niul Activities Coin- mltleo of dm Knstern Arkmisiif! Council, Hoy Scouts of Aincilca, un- Mtmnceil (lint, I lie Council would nunlii hold Winier Cinnp nt Its Council Ouinp m u,,,.,| y) Arki Tho Ciniip will come dinliift the Clirlslinns vuciillon slurtlng on I3e- inlwr 27th nl noon ami rnnnlm' roiiKli l-Vldny, Jnnnnry 2, 1915 ISo ll yonwlf. It'ieany ni putt) in >'I>LI IK-CI] ID Llic W^VE KIT Itauillrl no lif.ll nrrlrrtitrlly. Sid', lor cvci. ^rViJri'nlKtS'i'ri'in';!'' ' 1! '^ "™* nt" IClrby llroa.'ntug'sVoVo nmUi •' • Bloreu. J. D. Mmtln, assistant-gcout ex, ; ccutlve for (ho Eastern Arkansas »Ai;cii Council, will'be/In-charge of the program during '(he, week. Tho piouram will be based on.ad- ynnced camping tecJiniquei and will be u real adventure lor the Scouts attending. This year any registered Scout can attend, , , . ' QUICK RELIEF FROM Symptomi ol Dlstrro AritlrigfrM* STOMACH ULCERS WETO EXCESS ACID Fr«eBookTellsofHoimTr«ilineiitthtt Must Help or It Will Co»tYonNotM»» .,,' '.N 1 liavuliecn Bold for relief of'*" rssariuj • nil Duod.nil Ulten Uuc 10 JW DI 8 ,,|| on , Scur or „ , Oiillneti, Kurtburn, SlnpltMim <]«<> [„£««„ Acid. Hold on ISd»y»' Irf Ask for "WMLrd'! M«..»." wl.fcli i»i>lnliu Hits iroatimmt— frw-tt Mf/YTIIEVILLEV I , i KtRUY III-WAY DRUG CO. KOUINSON DRUQ CO.,,, ARMOREL: ARMORElf DRUQ Co'. GAY AND BEAUTIFUL KISSES FOR EVERY OCCASION Kuyoit crujins nnil teoiilviii Planted, thirrcd and scuninctl. 9 .90 •••• «. ; v ' For dales, for iho ofHcc, or just to gnil about. Such'' ' flattering lines . . . such skillful tailoring. Severe black '' .^ lightened with color;.;.-, bright color combination*. . t Inlcrcsling bu'ttqns_r;. pcrlcy bowsli . V f f\' ^^^ * ^ ^ I^T^ ^'hi-ii I'eoplc Loot* Vour Way THEH.EADSHAVEIT 2.98 HAT8—soft fells, softly fitting your head, in softest colors, Sometime.? n stiatch of veil, sometimes a garland of felt flowcrsi ALL-WOOL SUITS Pliiln and fancy stripes, plaids and solid color gabardines. Tailored for lasting good Pit—nt col- la r, lapel, shoulders, sleeves. Medium drape or straight cut. "^ Men's Fur Felt Hats 4.98 •; Quality fur felt* that wear so "'•', ivell! Bound brims or welt ciij^s. Good shadesl TOWNCRAFT* Deluxe 4.79; Popular s|»rt and dresg styles in sturdy, long-lastinf leather, Russet, antique and black. A

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page