The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 20, 1944 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, November 20, 1944
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>r*AtiE,TWO. BLYTHBV1LLB (AKK.) COURIER NEWS Coining. Events TUESDAY La New t Club meeting svith Mrs Jack chamblln. Mrs. Charles Lanjstou entertaining Club HgM. Double <j?Chrt> mating, with Miss Mary Spain tJirey. Mrs Dojle Henderson entertaining Tuesday Bridge Club Bi-Mohthly Bridge CliAi meeting with 'Mrs. Love. V B. Adams. Lange- P. T. A- will .msct (it thfc school, 3 p" m. _» WEDNESDAY:' Town and Country Club meeting with Mrs. Fred V. KttUierfbrci". Mrs. Charles Rose- entertaining Wednesday Bridge Club. ADC Club meeting with Mrs William Dolen. Mrs. J. \V. Robbini ol Steelc, Mo. 1 , entertaining Chapter "D" of P E O. at her homei 1 p; m. THURSDAY Thiirsdfi) contract Club meeting with Mrs, E R Lancashire Mis J A' Leech entertaining Thurstfaj LunclieoruOlub Mis J Louis Cherry entertaining Mid Week Club Miss Jane Branson ^ entertaining Thursday-Night 'Bridge Club. Mrs. A. E. ; -Huh tie) 1 .' entertaining Fortnightly ;club'. Mrs Ci CT Langston entertaining Octetto^Club i FRIDAY Mrs; Johnny Hlckrnun entertaining Initial Club Mrs Roii Moore C B C Club "entertaining Mrs Russell Wcrt entertaining Fridiv Rummy club Mrs J P Nple'n G, N.--B.. Olub. entertaining Daughter Is Born Today A daughter, was-born ing «t BlythevlllcV'Army Bits of News Mostly Personal Mrs., Douglas "Campbell/ wife'of Mn.'or Cainpbell, Intelligence Officer at Blythevllle Army Air Field, left Saturday for Richmond, Va., to be with her lather who underwent an operation. Miss Alice Whllsill has returned niter a week's visit in Jonesboro, with her sisters; Mrs. Joe Trice and Miss Belle Whlleitt. Miss Nancy McGlll and Miss Mtiv- garet Crook, both students at University of Mississippi, Oxford, spent the weekend here with their par- erils, Mr. and Mrs. John D. McGill and Mrs. J. E. Crook. fJeut. and Mrs. Franklin Sllgar of Fresno, Cnlif., hnvc arrived here for it visit wlth.hts inolhcr, Mrs. J. W. Crawford and Mr. Crawford.- They wore Jolned'hcre uy Lieutenant sugar's sister, Mrs. Thomas Pnrhnm, and her' infant daughter. Donna Jean, who will return with them to California to make their home while her husbanrt Is in overseas service. The Sllgars and Mrs. Parham will visit relative's in Missouri and Kentucky before returning to f'lncdalc, Calif. leave tonight Oscar Bailey for. Chicago where, he will buy- for the Mcail Clothing- Company for several, days. Bob Lee Smith spent 'today In Memphis -where he went to bring homo Mrs. Smith and. (heir Infant son, Philip Cirady Smith, who-have been there al. Methodist Hospital. morn-: 1 . LleuU-Boliby Peterson, son of Mr. H and Mis J T Peterson, arrlved-yes- Ho'pital, to Mrs^ Don K '* n itrs' lerdny afternoon from San Marof Dell nhoee husband, Captain os Tcvas, to spend his lo-day leave Students Attend Special. Meet ing' At Joiner School Several; boys . and girls from Biylliovllle attended (he district meeting : pf the Future Homemakers of. Northeast Arkansas held Saturday at fjhawncc School nt Joiner, when members of (lie future Farmers from schools in the urea were gue.sts. More than 150 students from 14 dcliools were present for the meeting, when the aiinmblln of the ncv. West LETTERS TO THE EDITOR AKR YOU AF1JAID Ol' YOtlP. COUNTKYV Our Sixth War Loan Drive Is now under way and as In the-past our enemies—both Jap and German — are doing all In their ppwcr to spread doubt, in the minds ot name simple people by asking the question "Do you (lilnk our Wnr Bonds will lie worth anything alter the Methodist Church was guest speaker, Tho pi'ofirnm consisted of group singing letl by Miss Mable Hanee, director of physical education at Shawnce, a .style show, consisting if ,,,,11 war?" niirj.ftomc go so far as to Mil sn v lhc y will lie worthier— nnd a Mcmpms rclVj R v( j ry fcw> (!lat p rc (. cn( i to hn of etirmcnts made n lie home economics olnsses.. with the American citizens repent 1 Hie question nnd express the doubt. The next (lino you hear ihe'iiucs- Uon ask the pnrty If he, or she, lins lost fnltli in our country have conceded defeat. Also tell thcvlllc club. In,chnrgc, and a pnncl dkcusslon by Lcnchvllli: toys and girl;: on recreational problems. Following lunch, served In the tchool'Cafetoria, the atlcrnoon was ulvcn over lo group discussions of club problems, led by girls and l;oys from the• vniinu.*, clubs repre- .scnled. Miss Fi-ances Ilailey, stale club advisor, S. D: Mitchell, state advisor of the P. !•'. A., and „, cm - llua so long ns thcre lB Bly-! Un ,[ C(1 states/of- America their Ella Dean, district supervisor ol I'.cmc economics., alteiidcd the meeting. Those from Blythevllle wlio attended were Mr. anil Mrs. Freeman nobinton, sponf.ors' of tlie F. F. A. an (llhc F. M. A.; Joan Shanks, Ann Wecdtnan, Frances Smith, Bculah Martin, Martha Lou Sanders, was killed In action on Aug 14- in France Tlie bibj has been named Donnh Kay Mrs Binders- the former Miss Helen- Mas-' Armstrong, ,'has' made: her home *ith her mother, Mrs F W Noland' in Del! sln--e her husband's death. • • • Mrs. Sehmuck 1$ Hostess All members of* the Friday RUm- m\ club were present Friday (if- tcrnoon when Mrs,' Raymond Scrimuck entertained the/group at •ier home on Dougan Avenue In (he card games played during the aff«rnoon,~ Mrs Frank Brown wan high 1 score prizt and Mrs Joe McClureJ sekmd riigh. A dessert course with iced drinks' was served.;- < N . •- • • Son A Is Born ^Saturday Mr nnd Mrs* M F Wheat announce the birth .of a son Satur dtty night at Bkaller, CUhlc. Tne, baby has been named Bt«phfcn Leslie The Wheats-, have tiro othe'r children. • • * G.N.B. Club Entertained Mrs C B Kettinger entertained members of the GN.B Club Friday night at her home Bunco was played during the evening, with high score prize -yon b Mrs John BriUharti bunco by Mrs Norvel Humphrey and'low by Mrs J P Nolen. A sandwich plate:witli Iced drinks was served. » « •' Infant< Daughter' Named The baby daughter, bbm Wed ncsday at WaUs Hospital to Mr nnd Mrc. J T WWt** has been named Mable'-Anji. Mrs White is the former Miss ?tfor«Jla Seymore, (laughter of Mr and Mrs W G Seyjnore Ith his parents .before reporting lo jlncoln, Neb, ... .Tecli. Scrgt. Leonard ,T. Oldham, •ho is stationed'al' Dnggctt, Calif., Is spending ills .furlough here and i,Stccle,.M6., as the guest of relates. He Is Visiting 'Ills parenis, fr. and Mrs. IP. L. Oldham In' Slceli;, nd- while ,here is the guest of his Returns With Bride S Scrgt Joseph G Michaud, ad mmistrative specialist In the Al Inspectoi Administrative Office a BAAP, ha 1 returned, Irom lurlousV with his bride,, Ihe former Mis, timonne Anita, Morlssette of Au t,HEta, Ga. r The couple were, married Nov. at St. Augustine's Catholic ctiiirc in Augusta nnd, after a brie honeymoon, came' here to establish Drown. Jane Borowsky, Bill Lane, I I1lls wft i' is over—have, died in viiin. Richard Prltchard. Carl nouertson, Ask lh ™i if they think that-tlie Virginia Swearlngen and Mrs. Nell Hiousnnds now^ engaged in. a life Donibalnski nn(l death struggle; tlial our couiir' ti'y. might live—nre fighting for "a' cause foredoomed to defeat. . . . : • In spite of the; simple minded gossip mongers spreading cheer for Tojo and Hitler—our boys .areiwih- unt, Mrs. .darns. E O. Adams and Mr, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1014 bonds will' be worth-100 per cent on the dollar anu- that It will bc after our Money, our Freedom.anc Properly are all gone before a single United Slates Government Bond- will ever be repudiated. : To doubt the security of a United Stales Government Band wllh- out-.conceding- defeat of our country, is below the Intelligence and reasoning power of a normal '10 year old child. The next lime you hear this question ask the party, or parlies, when they think Tojo- and Hitler arc Bolii; to take over. Ask tlicnv It they think : (iml the thousands of boys thai have died on the battlefields,: and the thousands that.'will. make the supreme sacrifice before DAR Offering Award For Best Arkansas Poem A Mrs: F, B. Joyncr, recently appointed local chairman of a statewide contest sponsored liy the Daughters of the American Revolution, has announced' rules for, the contest. | . All persons- arc free to enter, the contest which Is for the best original be set to music In praise of th'e state, Mrs; Joyner slated. It was emphasized that tills effort'Is frfrnp way meant to supplant the-: regular stain song, "Arkansas,";;'- '•: First prize In the contest Is $100, tt'illi the close of the conlest'set for pec 1 . 20. 'Announcement of the winner will 1X5 made through the newspapers of the 'slate on Jan. 7. Following the close of the contest; the j)uem selected will be offered to limsiclims-throughout the state who wish to enter another contest to compose rnuslc for the poem, with tills portion'of the contest to close on March I. Mrs. Joyner stated. ' Any person' desiring to Oder an original poem In praise of Arkansas In this: contest, is invited, to send It to Mrs. Joyner immediately for transmlttn! to the proper contest GiTldals. ',•'.'.-' COURTS R/nd Co Or lor Business Women Elect District Chairman Sunday nltig the will contlhueito win until final victory is ours, and there Is enough rod blooded ... , ,. . , • lean, citizens that are willing Mfss Ida Maxwell of Marlon was , )ack „„,. b to the Umll to ' to elected district; chairman of the ii m fth'ls and all other War Bond Business -nnd Professional Wainons Drives'o'r I he'top, ' . While,our boys are smashing 'cm In tlie face we are going to give 'em a kick In the seat- of the pants by buying -War Bonds, and more War Bonds — the soundest investment on the face of'.tlic earth, . Max- Kelley. , Steele, Mo. Recent routine cases, of Municipal Court have resulted, In. most i defendants forfeiting, bonds or-paylng fines, Instead of worklng.ont fines'al the county penal farm, Of the severe charges'of. driving while under-the Influence: of liquor, Lee Tnllle:Kanie5.K'as:/lne<i;S50 and Fred Kincaid, S25. These forfeited,bonds:.W. n^Ta Bert COle, E. P: Scott' and' Jack Robblns; Borid was forfeited in the case of Hlldrcd Moore, charged with aggra- vated'assault. Charles Adklsson, .charged with assault and battery, was fined $i( but lino was sus|>cnded: P. L. Wicker, fined ?10 and sentenced to CO days-oira- similar-charge, also, was Charged with malicious mischief with the sentence suspended.' Ar appeal was taken In the case of Jin Allen, lined $15 on' an assault and battery charge: Glareiice'Howard'was fined $50 on charge of carrying a concealed weapon. Miircelly Murry, Negro youth charged' with violation of-.the overdraft law and with petit' larceny was fined-$10. and sentenced'to fit days. ' ' ••• , •:' Daisy Davenport' was fined $50 oh a-clmrge>of assault' w'ith -a-'deadly weapon. •;.,'• A charge of panhandling 1 , againsi Oscar Paytori-resulted'in'his being fined $10 when, he entered'ii guilty plea.. A plea of guilty resulted, in G. Hnnneford. being^ fined? $25: on a Relief At Last Crcomulslbn rclleves promptly t)e- ' cause it goes right to the seat of the trouble to help • loosen • and expel , germ -laden, phlegm, and aid nature to soothe.and'heal raw, tender, inflamed bronchial mucous-raem- ;brnncs. Tell your druggist to •tt bottle orGreoihiilslon'.with the understanding you must like Hie way it -quickly allays the coughror you are to have your,money back. : GREOMULSION forGouehs, Chest Golds; Bronchitis At The Hospitals 'Ulythcville Hbspilal .dmlttcd: - - , Mrs. D. H. White, city. O \v Brown, city.. Barbara - Payne, city. Robert Williams,, city. Dismissed Mr; /Lov Fich; city:' • J S N Robinson, city. . Mrs v O P \yalk\rts,-clly,.;''-. ;' : Mri'Delinar 1 colhi'm, Hfiyil,' Mo. Lce-.MiUcr, city. Mrs w D L'itidsey, city. Mcry Mae Hughes, city. Walls Hospital Vdmllled ' ... ..."''. Ainps.•Huffman, steelc, Mo. Z..' M; McQhcei Jit. 2. city. Mrs. C: H. Grfcr; city. 1 Born to Mr. and Mrs.' Frank ; nudlc, eitj, ir'son, yesterday:' Dismissed: Mrs J T White and baby, city. J. B. McConnell, city. T. -H.' Holt, Tomato." Mrs Cecil Bvrd, Cooler. Mo. Charlinc Smith, Osceohv. Mrs. P'rrcv. Smith. Yarbro. Mfrrrihfs EapUst Hospital Adteiltai' Mnlcolm Goodc, Keiser. William O. Triplet!, flayti, Mo. J T' Bunch.,city. , Memphis St. Jnsfcpli Adinitled ' - • Carroll Fields/tJanithersville; Mo. Clubs of ; tlie : Northeast District, al a convention helj Saturday and yesterday at Hotel • Van- 1 dcrvoort in I'uragould. , .Seventy-four reprcscnlnUves of Ilia eight, clubs comprising the district attended -the conference, when th'e -principal address was given' by MLis Nora Brown ot Fort Smith; president .of "the Arkansas' Federation of Biislness .and Professional Women. ;M!SS Brown's talk primarily, concerned post-war planning. .-Thome ol tbe ' district, program .'was, mein.beyshlp; enlargement.- with tne Jocal 'club "to sponsor ,i mein- -b'crshlp drive during', December. . • A- : 'feat'urc' of the conference was the bimmint glveti. Saturday night at .the hotel In: commemoration .of the 2thi anniversary 'Of. tho organization of the National Federation. The local club was organized Feb. '^4, 1.924., Attending from Blythevllle were Miss lone- George,- Mrs. P. L. -Husbands and Mrs. Bob Barne.';, who appeared on the program Saturday night, giving a brief history of the club. Tolnl world ijrociuctlon of lotacco nmonnls to about 3,000,000 tons an- mmlly. Sergeant Michaud. ton of Mi-, and Mrs.. Edouafd, E...Midland of enlisted while still in nnd has been stationed al thli field since soon after the Kctlvalicn of the station. Mrs. Michaud. is the daughter .of.Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Moris.5e.lte of Augusta. Memphis Methodist Hospilat Atlinittcd: Mrs. R. Ni Mnrshall,- Oscpolo. Mrs: J. II; Aiisdall, Cnrutliersvllle Mo.. Jiinocl Smith, city. . Bora to Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Maxwell, Dybss, a dniightor: Clipudlne ciulMf relieves Hcndnchc Sand soothes tho rcsuliInK nerve ten-1 Isloa. Act3;Ja^t bccaiisp It's Unuld. "* 1 '' M "" rfnlKlsls - I ). Shorten washing llmo an jour mtchmfi Churning IhinjiS too long mcins adil^d ueir intl (ear 2. Reduce rubbing by band tot\ minimum.'Frictionlias an abrasive effect—is hard on fabrics. 3: flveld uitng an Inferior blc«ch-uhich ma/ he «»• • coHfr'a.'Winractionaiid brfjiLdown the clotli 4. Whiten iirfcly \\iih l'u,e-(! Onl> PiVrex is made by the Intrafit Proccss-insurinj; uniform bleaching nction.This is PuTCX(C(3titrollt;tf Action! TRY THE 2-M1HUTE PUREX »I««7Y BATH for liitclicn nml ballirooni. OitecUons ori bottle Lit>el. THE CONTROIUD ACTION BLEACH 7® IIMEMS MABE BYTKJ EXC1USIVE INTRAFIl.'ftoCESS LAST NOTICE ON j?r Delinquent Date DECEMBER 1 PAY NOW AND SAVE PENALTIES AND COSTS Mrs'.X^rvP, Gooch Collector - Blytheville Sinclair's Post-War Program: Betfer Products, Better Service Sidesleplhelroublesof 800,000 motoristswhosej 'cars will wear out this Winter. Help your can survive cold \vcather-\vith Sinclatr>ize (or.Win-! tcr service. This special service gives protection, to motor, chassis, battery, tires, gears and'other vital partsasyourcarmanufacturcrrecommends.' See your Sinclair H-C Gasoline Dealer^today, 1 Sinclair Refining CompW FOR WINTER NOW! charge of public obscenity. Bonds iWere forfeited in these cases of disturbing the peace charges: Mo- dlnfi' Davis; Kffle Slubbs', Bobble Field, John Boles, Geneva Buchanan, • Clark Dangerfield, Calvin Robinson.' W. A, Rolllsorr was fined' $10 with ,l!ne suspended with same disposition niiide -In cases of Lostus • Peterson andf Do&n Burns. Fined $10} Otho Turner 'took an' appeal to Circuit C.ourt, svhlch; was granted. Jessie Calahan, Day, Crowder anil. Robert lie-Smith each- tfere fined. $1(); DJs- positlorf of:cases-of: Willie -Pigue and. Elnora-. Smith', was, 1 riof shown- on': the docket.' ' . A; charge of reckless driving, resulted In; Brodle Hughes being fined V ' Don* put of f; getti ng C-2223: to rev lievepalh.ofrmuscular rheumatism ana other rheumatic pains.Caution: Use only as directed. First bottlo purchase price back if not satisfied: GOo anil; 51:00. Today, buy. O2223. Now Many Wear FMSE TEETH With Littlfe Worry Eat, talt.laugh.or sneeze without fear of'insecure false le.e,lh dropping; sUppiiig or, wabbling. PAR: TEETH -holds' plates firmer and moro: comfortably. This pleasanl powder, has: ho gummy r gooey, pastj toste.'or feeling.-Dpcsn'tJcause nau-_ sea. It's alkaline-(non-acid). Checks "plate, odor" (denture, breath) Gei FASTEETH at:any. drug Farm Loans—'Long: Terms, Low- Interest Rates, Quick Action; We-also sellifarnisjMarge-and^srniH, in all; Southeast-Missouri" counties. See as before >ou'buy or-vset; x- loan:. Yon *an;get the benefit of onr long years of expjrience-. '.:'.:>. Caleb Smith & C E. Golladay • 217 -K Mkhne Av«rioe J •• < ' Sikeston, Missouri . Wishing; WON'T make it so! Send us your LINEN TODAY! , Have more, time for? the flitrry anc! bustle of. Thanksgiving- . '.. ,.;.send ! Us ^^ar,"liiiirV(JFJrt today: ".We'fff take : expei-t care of yoi)r precious liiieiis and tiring them! back- in plenty- of time.; for. your- holiday entertnihing: /' ' \ '• . '". SAVE TIME . '... SAVE WORRY . . . SAVE WORIC Don't Be Disappointed— SEND= IT. NOW*!' PHONE ^. BLYTHEVILl:E;ARK; LIFE & ACCIDENT INSURANCE CO; E. Hv FORD, Representative 206 tynch BIdr; SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS, properly designed; are remembered 1 always. Our flowera; are al- TOys fraEli, and. all work Is guaranteed to pleaae. . Let our expert iesignere help you with your, floral : need». T^FLOWERSHOP Ph. m Serrlec We DtBrtr Anynbtr* Mn. 1. M. (MM) WDriina, «wnei Gleneoe GUARANTEED TIRE RECAPPING! 24 Hour Service Atao—Vukaniring ui4 Tire Rtpalr WADE COAL CO. N. Hwy.61 CEILING PRIGBS PKone 2291 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, BIytKwrin*, Ark. Bond was forfeited in case of J. T, Mriitaugli, charged with speeding. A single lightning flush rcpre- ents enough electricity to light yow ionic for 20 years or more. MARGARET'S HEAUTY SHOP ' 101 S. FIUST Phone 2532 Bring Us Youe Beauty Problems , MODEKN EQUIPMENT EXPERT HKAIJTICIANS CHRISTMAS CARDS and- GIFT WRAPPINGS have.just been received . . . . Choose gifts noiv whilu slocks nre new and complete. i The Gift Shop Modern :& Anlliiuu GUIs MOSS BRYAH Erery Day Box Office Oiienis 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 . LISTEN TO KLON •»-». I2:<S ^.ra. J:S< f Last Time Tndny I? Love a Sol with Pdulefte GoAJsird'. & Scinny __ _ _ Tufts Paramount News ami Selected Short Subjects Tuesday Only Serge,o nil/like with Larry Parks & Jeanne Hales Selected Short Subjects And Receive A FREE TICKET To See "GREENWICH VILLAGE" ; .Tuesday, Nov. 28ff) 8 P. M, Sat. £ Snu. Onlj Opens McK night 6:45; slr.rts Sdid»; 1:00; Stsrt.i 1)13 C*ntlonotu Sbowj) But. and Ban, Nljht Every Nlfht Kiccyl Bslurdsy. honored on ivMf.j rf tht Kai,. Last Time Today Heaven Coo Wcsit vilh Don Anicchc & Gene Ticmc Fox News :uul Sclcrlril Slicrt Snhjecl Tuesday & Wednesday Selected Short Subjects Also Chicago Bears vs. Boston Yankees /

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