The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 22, 1944 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, November 22, 1944
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PAGE TWO iJLYTJUOVILLK i WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 104<l W? s* Coming Events ThuTKtay-Contact Club meetin tf,'V lih jMr*At- R,i U MrffJ ' A Fjjfe .-- J- Loato Cheny entertaining *?Mia-Week Club Miss iane Branson entertaining lliursday Night Bridge Jplub., , , - Mr« A- It- Hantley *nt«rt»lntng Fortnightly Qh% ft , J. , Mrc C C L4[nggton entertaining Octette Club ( , ( Mrs Johnny Jtlckman en(ettaln- ing Initial Club •* ' Mrs ROES, Mo6re entertaining B C tClub. ^-, a v \\ Mrs Rusjell Wen entertaining Fridav Rummy Olub s r *• Mrs J F jiojetv entertaining G N B^l^b ^"fi\ t -(v ', Mrs. WelcjiT&terfain? With Bridge Luncheon 1 ' f VI ^ **!-\ f \ ^ fy~^ r ' ^ Mrs U/>> '(Welch" w^aS hostess to 12 guests Including two from o u t of torn? when' v she errfertained j estcr- day afternoon\at her home 41th* a bndgc luncheon j» >; Roses, ' dahlias a,nd, chrysanthemum? jere 'arranged throughout the entertaining'rooms , The two , worst,,, luncheon* ,,!,ueon was seized at tmalj taijes and the coming Thanksjpvjng. holiday'was. noted *n the ,tallte$ used'aWing the bridge games > | ! _ , ( " \ v ^ , High score prize lor the afternoon *-r I i eacrjjof guests "MJS f „„ ^_,_i,artd Eec- jjp»,0 Langston •Ujjo out of town McSrtrwr of . sented 6 gift, "t A, "lfjMt«t " jVaj wbtc O f Lange P.T.A Has Meeting Miss Julia' Llmilrd, executive sec- rclary of t ! '6 Chlckasawbi District of the Aiperlctm K«d Cross, was guest speaker at the meeting of l«nge School Parent Teacher Association held yesterday nfiernoon at the school. to., the : executive board meeting held Immediately preceding the general meeting It was decided to haye th(> organlzatlpn piuchi^c a $100 War Bond in the Sixth Wnr Lonn Drive now in progress Guests were greeted, pi Die door by Mrs. Jtimnie England, and Mrs, Cody .Eaton, president,, presided over the meeting Mrs Adolph Mejcrs memuorshio chairman, announced that 142 members hud. been secured In the membership dilve conducted dining tbeirast four weeks my Uiat MKs ElteiUjelh Hnlsteads Miss Betty Jane Martins nnd Mrs C E Hnr dins rooms etch had won a $5 prize'fot havlnt, a 100 per cent membership A $3 prt?c was abided Miss Mnrjorle Warrens, Mrs -"•• Clements' and Mrs L B — rooms for having moic thin tp per cent membership Miss ..Llmblfd told her audience of tht co»iinuhlt.ptioiK jm« being established between prisoners of war in the Philippines nnd theli families nt,horne Dooi prize wns won bj Mrt Pete Wren ina the room )>rl/e foi hnv Ifig the lartesl percentage of moth in atlcmiancq \\as won bj Miss -fy Jnnc Martins loom During Uie social hour which fol medi the program, refreshments nere scned bj Mrs W B horns of Mrs. Ocorgc M. Lee, has been cancelled, It was announced toddy. ..;. ( Club members will meet Dec. 7 to prepare . Christmas boxes for the Blylhevlllq Army Air Field Hospl- ta), Place, of the meeting will, be announces! later. :.'.'. ..,. •,'• ' » • '*''"' La Neuve Club Meets Mrs. M. S. Thurston and Mrs. Robert Phillips were BUMts'of'Mrf. Jack Chamblln last night when she cnteiialncd members of La Neuvc Club r.t a p'nrly at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Uydia Me- Glicc, In the bridge games played dur ( ng the evening, high score prize wns won by Mrs. Colcman Stevens and second high by Mrs. William Boyd, iimong club members, while Mrs. Thut'.slon .was lilgn guest, A dessert course was served. -lilb, Guesls Entertained .'When Mrs. Charles Langston en- erlnlneil^ members of Club L!j,ht insl jiighl nt, lici coimtr> Jipnje at Nmrifrer Nliic, stio also wns hostess to three other euestSj Mrs. Ralph Nlclmls, Mrs. K. C Allen and Mrs Jesse M, White. . High score prize for the evenini; was ..won b'y Mrs, Otto Scrape nnd second liiBli by lilis Ci O Paeit '1'lie hostess scncd n silnd course Mrs, Ernest Wilks, Mrs. H. C. Lcw- V Mrs., Agatha.,W|lks, .and Miss faltlc I^vvls, all of paruthcrsvillc, Jp',i' ;i : .... . :,:'. . ',., ,'•;, ;W. Z. dhcatham, who Is employed t .the hlavy Ordnance Plant ; ln a'mdfh, has- arrive^ to 1» wltH his wire,,yhA.|s,yery jll at their hojnt 11001 Bast Cherry.'iMrs.-Cheatham vns stricken 111 a week ago. ,Mrs. R. B..Stout .and.daughter, lary, are spending the week In Llt- ic. Hock with her parents , T Moore 8r Is ^mproUng at home on Main S^et after a erloiis Illness of ecvera) weeka He Cfently Was removed here after indorsing treatment In Memphis inptlst ijospitnl ror t,v,o weeks Mrs Moore, ulio wa? in Memphis U[h him novy is )ll with iniluen- at. their; home. pro .. t Mrs Adams Is Hostess \ A Thanksgiving motif was effec- "\out \tflteri|ay after- pa 4y glyeij by \Mrs ,—Am^,(\t ( the, honie of ^frs S_P Martin,Vfpr members of the BI-Monthlj Bridge Club . > Va«es jllledjjrtUi Nanjllnik berries ary ?pray* of evergreen »er^ ,used througho ti\elj noon in love B , » , Bridgo , wa^» pl»yed, with high score prize »0n by Mrs G ,W pylei ind second high' by Mrs.^ B . M Matthews Both^wwe nreMnled ikith qefense.^ainpe , • , , Iced , drinks 'yf ere served during th? afternoon, wjth a Dessert course at the contluslori of the. gamts, , BIytheville jWan Marries Of 'interest jn BlytheWHe home of the bridegroom v is the announce, ment of th? marriage of Miss Essie Ruthc Chambe^Han of \VUson (o Sergt Thomas TO ,flppper of Route 2 ; it ' i' ij ' The marriage *as sojemmzed last Saturday, j ^ i ^ Sergeant Hopper/ a former member of c Companyr 'M \ of the Nil- tional Guard j*rved. 31 months in laska andnthe 41eu.Uanfi before re turning toj the, United States In March He now.^is, stationed at Camp Bland4ng L >F!a k i Sergeant Hoppei,nnd his bride are^sppmllng ,his H faj s plou here, with 4U; pareota , 3 , —J *i*iu »y jj 1>III^U nsslsto b\ \fjs Englnml Mhs Warren ' Mrs Wren and Mrs F E Hard In \ «. v • • Wiss Usrey Entei tains 4 Members of tht Doubli. G Club md four additional tucsts weic en :crtalnecl last, night by Miss Marj Spain Uircy nt her home on \yesl Main Street Gvicsts Included Mrs James Lcc Brooks MKs Mnw Josephlije Hnll ^frs MJCIS and Mrs Robert Porter of Doiibom Mich". In the bridge names plajcd during the evening high scoio prta among club members wns «on bv Mrs "--' • — high r f f *j-, • Bridge Pariy'Is Given ' Mrs"D6yJe'Hen&eiyon, entertaln- Bits of News •"':- • * • ' Mostly Personal Srmford Boone and second _ D\ Miss France 1 ! Little while Miss Hal| rtcelved high (.itcst prl?c A solnd course \vas suved .*, -. • .» Daughter I s Bom Monday ' Mr land Mrs, J v Wnrd of Kei ser afc the parents of n dnii°htcr bprn Monday nt thch homo llic babj has bton nnmed Alice rave 11 The Wards have two other daughters Peggj Ruth niul JOT i Mrs Ward Ib the formei Mi K Bsrthn Slroniire of BljthevUHi | Qub Meeting Polponea The rSgulailj scheduled mccllne of the AYonian's Club, to hnvc been helil tomorrow nftemqon nt the 'Mrs. W. L. Igichcnrt of Dell !;pcnL today in Mqinphts .where slip..\ycut. for X-rnys, nt Hie Baptist Hospital, '.,''.'. , , ' ..','. B, J. Allen nnd H. R. Aklns me spending .the week in. Little ftock where, .they are: pttcnding ' ..the Grand Loduc meeting..'' • ,.. ; . Mrs. .W6r.Hi D. Holder and Infant son. Worth D.,Jr., were removed Monday . afternoon •[from Blythevillc Army .^ir., Elelti Hospital, t6 their home'nt 1035 West ASh. •:,.-• - ...j'. -;;! . ... -..,;- .j.MIss Louise Leggctt, who hns bcci: with Southwestern.-'BclliiTclephonc Company hi , Siiliiia',; Kftiis.-, and Kansiis City, Mo., for the past several months,-arrived yesterday to be al the local ofllce through; the 1 holidays. V,.; ; .. • . • [Mrs. Rllcy D. Jones nnd Mrs Dixie, eravyfoycl, nccompnnlpd' by Mrs.. W. O.' Card of, Manila,- are spending sevcrnl.days In.St; Louis ; Mrs. Janies -B, Clnrk will ha\'c ni her guests.'for tomorrow, her brother, W. A.';Jpi)lin,' Mrs.. Arthur L.-Oliver, Mrs. Tom Collins Sr.,.Mr. and .EDUCATIONAL Beware Coughs from common colds' That Hang On Creoini|Islon relle\es promptly be luse It go^s right to the seat o£ th £± y f te rt» y jS?¥ 0 ? ** t home also^WBS^oskssfoJwo other J guesU Mrs M4tt r jfonaghan and b Mrs Chester Caldwen, ... I * « l~~-- — D—J"-- 0 ..« vu lltk. jynv y^ lllu trouble (o help loosen nnd evpel perm laden pategm and nld nature EXHIBIT COAST TO <OA$T » tivuminiUi-tiKas , P immiscr rrmxii . A I \ THEANlMAU IN ACTION Mrs oronohlnl mtlootis mem- . Tell y6ur druggist to sell jou le o^CrcomulsIon with the \me s^-sf %$* yo . u ma $ llke fh ° «"yi* f OUlctt? allays the cough or you tiro s, fiTliave your money back CREOMUL5ION jOfCoy^CheltColds Bronchitis EVERYBOD^iLCOME ALl WEEK 9 AM.TO II R'M. >ur Armed Forces, " *• • :;-r-: ,-: v ''•.-' - ' ' :'.' '••- - '< ' '. ;;.? m all fronts. ''•-' - •-.,,.!. i:\.j. '.,:'. our support - T. U- v !. f. ; . . |h the purchase of s. INTERNATIONA!, '.CHINES CORPORATION - •SgS<* ' tf^itt. *- \*' J' ' SefcAitl* .ions Hold Meeting Members of the 'BlytlievlHt Lions !lub inel. yestprdoy lor lunclitQn t Hotp) NoWf A (j"eit at the uncheon \va^ Llc«t Robert Petpi 0|i of the U S ArmyiAIr Porcci Promised Land News Miss VlrglnfA Mar^n wai hostess o J4 tuesli Fyiiliy night when 5he ititcrtalncU nf, lier home Ginic^ were pliyerf for levcrnl lours , The hostesi served -\ dessert ;our6e ut the concluilon of the Hcnlng f i » , At The Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Admitted; IJoui to Mr. and ,Mr&. B. Ir. White, city, a son this morning. Dl/'inlssccl: p. S. Rolllsori, city. Walls l^llal lO'nlttcd:" Meal Benson, Manila. Ira E. iParkhurst,- city. Mrs. Charles Burns, Cooler, Mo. RJchnrd Swlggart, city. Lynn -Fundcrbu'rk, Cooler, Mo. . . Mrs. Aiiios Huffman and baby, Mrs. E. B. Akin and baby, city. Billy Pre.Ht.on Brooks, city. Charles Winston "Brooks, city, Mrs, Ben Perme'nter, Luxora.. l^sler Hodsman clly Memphis, Baptist Hospital Admitted ' t Ifcnna Parker, .'city. iiorn,:to Mr,, and ,Mrs. Charles Beall Wll<on a daughter Memphis, Methodist Hospital Admitted: Mr.t. I, U Jackson. I.uxora. Girl Scout News : , A ;., • >s Brownies of Mrs. Robert Grimes' Troop have'been very busy at each of tlielr meetings tills month, fashioning tray favors of turkeys and other Thanksgiving • mementoes which they pasted on lltjyi.paper baskets for use on Hie sick trays at Blylhe.viUe Army Air Field Hospital. VAnotlvu- activity , In : .which ,thp Brownies have bscn engaged .Is the making, of, scrap..books,- also to ; bs son(, to the hospitals.; V,, ' 'Members of the troop nre looking lotward to the welner roast and. picnic to be held Saturday qt the IJUlc House, beelnnlng at il o'clock, when Blytheville Airman Promoted To Captain I , , < ly Charles A.-Hunton.Jf.,.son'of Mr and Mrb Hunton. of Blytlievillc lias been promotefl to the rank of cap tiln in the Army Air forces Pilot ot in A 20 Havoc of the Oth Ail Furtc Captqin Hunton recently nuiowly escni>ea death in France when he p-\rnchufed from his burp Ing plnnc, the last'crew, member, to leave the ship He subsequently was featured on ft bioirtcasl on tl\e Coe-x ^ola Spqtllght Band program from overseas Mrs. Grime's will be assisted by Virginia Swcuringen, \ ; Meetings A regular meeting of Clilcka- 5!\wba : Lodge No. 134, F, • & A. M., will be held tomorrow .night, 7:30' o'clock, at the hall, It was announced today., by_Dewey. Ocntry, 1 worshipful.^n'aster, . - r -;;-., The 'African weaver bird actually; {ies knots In, weaving Its curious nest. •— • • ••• • -.. '- . • .. . First-rnte pictures can be obtained by, reconnaissance planes travel- Ing at 200'miles an hour. ' • • '•• Grandma Switches Millions of Mothers To her Idea of Mutton Saet anti Medication OU Reliable for Relieving Chctt CoW« Mustt* Tifhtwii—Cou»hi ng < Neuralgic «n<) Rhtumahc Pain. Chapped Upi »d Np.lnlj, Simple 6>uii«i and Spcami and Many Oth«r Home Uu> Grandma was a great one for phlegm and relieving couehs Hubbed ~ ' ' " • • ' .\ the miseries, of.-chest on chest, throat, back it ...»...„.,. ...u ....»>..ivo, «L „. ^, lvul nuuuk, uacn iv colds ajcl many other simple pains melta instantly, quickly vanishes and aches of her family fhe rub to act 3 ways— (j) To relieve pain bhe used \vas medicated m her own at nerve ends in skin (2) To cas,c way but she iiiBibtod that it contain clicA muscle tightness by countei nmttoii suet She liked the way mitation (3) To soothe initated mutton suot disappeared as it breath passages through inlnled helped cirry niediealton to nerve aromatic \npors ' C7,ds in (he skm to relieve pam > Many households call Penctro n Tpdaj seience hub inodernized real friend m so many other v,a\s Grandnn's old time pain relief too—as it eases ncural gu . and rficu principle to bung jou Penetro, the mitlc pain, takcs ( atjng fiomi balvD with i base that cvntairts old chapped lips and nostrils, acts as fishioncd rmittpn suet plus 5 ac soothmer dressing /or bruises mi ( t\\o>nfriedicnts Noft mothers e\ noi cuts No v\ onder mothers tod u* eryfthcrc nic praisipp th>s newer ire praising Penctro and diuggists* iclief nnd thanking Grapilnm for everywhere are recommending it hei idea tint ib snitching habits of So clean, «o uhite, so eas\ to u=c long st™linE Curing this sea and sucb a comfort bjinger for «.»' "on of colds Pcnetro is so helpful many simple every day home neeclb in eismg chest muscle tightness Do as millions are domg-toJav spothmg chest rawness, loc-sening get your Jar of economical Penetrr THOSE WHO BY Are Helping All ('.-- •'< »},; ,<! ;;! ; : •! •-/,->;) j ;! W; • '>).?•* ; : 1 jj Airier Standard of Living! ... . '.TVxv^ '• ' *S-' The Gitt With A FUTURE! Flowers soon die, clothes wear' out, and money ia usually spent foolishly . .. BUT"; . . for t)iftt,.wii! gain in' value, one ! that-'wilj&grpw tt'fth each passiiig j'ear, j'<5u-"rafi'i: beat Uncle SaM's \VAR : BONDS K • As you would have better furniture in the near future, so you should buy an extra war bond now. It is safe-to say that the future living conditions of this country will come out of the .' ' • . £i M ''"' I»A- --H- ;:\ • l -.-,ii.:. . , •'• . . , , . purchasing power we now store up in war bonds. Now look at all the things an extra war bond does: It ' n; '• ' ••»». '!> «! !;-<j h '?-.•-- -: ;-' > , '-•• liberates the oppressed peoples of the world. It brings us to ' " ' * '• . • •• „-,,.• iv.->v> v« ' •'( t'/ -. J , • . i 1 - : I ' I ' victory over the great evil powers that so nearly engulfed'the worjd. It gives us security for the future and "trie means to provide full enjoyment of that security/ Arid it guarantees .": ' >V:/.;.-: = , ,- (.->; / ,-; . ; ,;. ^., ; - t .;> , . ; , , ; i. ,• jr ,i .;. , ( -.^ .^j^j ,-j our children's education and welfare. Buy an extra war bond now! Qur. Store Is Ever Ready to Provide Rracti : :•" ;,.: ;.:.,":/ 'v .;:•:•', :• • T-.r.v:!t .•;'- 1 . ..v-.l Furnishing Ideas Toward a Higher , • it n !-.!•> f i. ;= l(-:i. >, • •, i ; ". ; ; •-•• •••!<?». --i :>-.• t -..I .1 „.,;.,... Living Standard Home furnishings ^octerqie/y Priced When n moose cannot reach the lender leaves of a tree toil, he merely walks astride the tree, and rklcs it clown, -. - ,' i - MARGARET'S BEAUTY- SHOP lOiS. FIliST ,,Phone 2532 Bring Us Your Beauty Problems MODERN' EQUIPMENT EXPERT DKAUTICIANS CHRISTMAS CARDS 'and GIFT WRAPPINGS have'last been received . . ; . Choose gifts now while stocks are new* anil complete, The Gift Shop Modem & Antique Gifts "MOSS BRYAN Continuoos Shows ETBI? Day Box Office 'Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN DO t:3« Wednesday Thursday and Friday .1- 'Paramount News Thursday ami Friday :i.- - v . BUY BON ' iiVlhe : Rita ( Ami Receive A . / 'J&EE'.rft£kgT 5 1 '" ' : '- To See - ;' : "GREENWICH VILLAGE" Tuesday, Nov. 28th . :: ' '"8P.M. . H*Uaet» S»(. & Sun. Only Optru »ch Dlght 6:45; (tarti V Open< Snnday 1:00; SUrt* 1:13 Ontlnnonj Show« Sat. arid SUL Nlfht Every Nicht Eicc^l Vt fcpnoiirf on 3m*»y if, ' Last Time Today Henry, ' Editor with 'Jimmy Lydon Selected Short Subjects , Also WORLD'S CHAMFiOUSlitP (; I \ p^^oS^aTie" u Bears vs. Iios(on Yankees Thnrsday and Friday IH fe.W kj \M EM .. Selected Short Svibjcct !

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