The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 23, 1944 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, November 23, 1944
Page 5
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THURSDAY, NOVEiUUKK 23, I'M,I KMTI]EVII,L1<; COURIER NEWS Coming Events FUIDAY Mrs. johnny Hlckmau entertaining Initial Clul). Mrs. nass Moore entertaining C. 33. c. Club. Mrs. Russell Wcrl cntcr(afntni> Friday Rummy Club. Mrs. J,, P. Noleu entertaining O. N. B. Clul). i's. Robbin s Entertains With Thanksgiving Party Fifteen members of chapter "D" of Hie p. E. 0. Sisterhood went, to Slcclc yesterday nfLcrnoon where they were guests at n Thanksgiving Party jjlvcn by Mrs. J. w. Uobbins lit her home there. Chrysanthemums shading from yellow to bronze emphasized the Autumn theme, with n turkey dinner served at the dining table at the noon hour. During the afternoon the program was presented by Mrs. E. R. Lancashire, assisted by Mrs. B. A. Lynch, Mrs. Kay Worthington, Mrs. W. I Denton and Mrs. E. B. Gee. • ' * ' * Club, Guest Entertained Rases, "giant chrysanthemums a »cl snapdragons were arranged throughout the entertaining rooms of the Fre ( | V. Rutherford home i'Ofterdny afternoon when Mrs. Rutherford was hostess to members of the Town and Country Club ana one other guest, Mrs. G. E. Keek, for an afternoon of bridge. High score prize was won by Mrs. O. W. McCntehen and second high by Mrs. Rutherford. Light refreshments were served. . *. . * * Christmas Party Given ,. For Bridge Club Members ' Christmas came early this year for members of the A. D. C Club who had their Christmas party last .night when Mrs. William Dolen: entertained them at her Kparimenl nt the Goff Hotel. A gaily lighted Christinas tree together with tall vases of rcrl Radiance loses, decorated the apartment, and the holiday theme was further carried out in the refreshments of fruit cake and eggnog served. Gifts were exchanged by club members at the conclusion of the evening bridge games. High score prize was awarded Mrs. Ben Harpole and second high to ' Mrs. . Sanford She!ton. Miss Marguerite Dolen was' a guest at the party. * . * • Akms Have Infant Son James Edward is the name ; given to life son born to Me. and Mrs. E. B. Akin last Friday at Walls Hospital. He is the couple's first child. Mrs. Akin and her, son now have been ' • removed from the hospital la their home on South Lake Street. t * * ^Business Circle Meets Dr. Edna Nies was hostess to members of the Business Women's Circle of First Baptist church when she entertained Tuesday night at her Home. Thirteen members and one visitor, Don Brown, attended the meeting. Dr. Nies was in charge of the Bride-Elect Miss Martha Kate Bryant of Luxora and Memphis is the brlcte- clcct of I.ieut. Robert U Wagaman of Hagcrstown, Mel. The engagement recently was announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs R C Bryant of Luxora. Bits of News Mostly Personal Mrs. R. B. Robinson and daughter. Mrs. J. E. Griffin, both of Detroit, arc spending two weeks here as guests of Mrs. Robinson'i? sister, Mrs. R. C. Blackwell and family. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Beaty of Fairhope, Ala., have returned home after a brief visit here with their daughter-in-law, MIS. Raymond Beaty and her infant daughter, Glendo. Mrs. Raymond Beaty is the former Miss Eloise Parks. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Dozier of Little Rock arrived last night, for n visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. K..C. Blackwell and family Mr. Dozier, an electricians mate I-e- in the Navy, is recuperating following a serious injury received in action several weeks ago, for which he has been awarded the purple Heart medal. When he reports for .duty Dec. H at New York, Mrs: Dozier will remain here with her parents. Mrs. Fred I. Oliver and r.-yn, Gordon, have arrived from Marysville, Calif., to be with her mother, Mrs. C. E. Parks mid her sisters Mrs. Knywond Benty nnd Mrs Glenn Thomns, while her husband Sergrant Oliver, is on overseas duty. She WBS met In St. Louis by Mrs. Thomas. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. B. Schonhoff mid (laughter, Margaret Jane, and Mrs, M. J. Cook, all of Advance, Mo, arrived loclny to spend the week- em! with Mrs. Cook's son, Ed u. Cook and Mrs. Cook. Ed B. Cook will uttend court In Riplcy, Teiin,, tomorrow. Dr. W. A, Grimmelt hns returned from Hot Springs, where he spent three monllis at the Army and Navy Hospilal, and where lie underwent amputation O f n fing cr Because of burns from an X-ray jnti- 1 chine. He now has entirely recovered (rom a recent illness Mrs. O. O. Stires Jr., and children, "Sonny" and Jackie of JOIIQS- boro, arc visiting here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Stires Sr., nnd Mr and Mis, J. L. Tyrone. Mr. and Mrs. Charles CrlRgcr Jr., spent yesterday In Memphis. Mrs. Nell Smart, was removed to Memphis Baptist Hospital Tuesday afternoon for treatment of n severe cold and for a routine checkup. Her daughters, Mrs. ,f. Mell Brooks jr. and Mrs. Rlchnrd Jones went down with her. Mrs. Brooks returned home last nlglil while Mrs . j oncs remained in Memphis with her mother. Miss Cora Lee Coleman, Mrs Marvin CrlUenden, Mrs. Charles Alford, Mrs. H. n. Alkon, Mrs J A. Saliba and Mrs w. A Stick- moii hare returned from Little Rock, where they attended the GOth Grand Session of the Order of the Eastern Star held tlie-re Simday through Tuesday. business session aiy Miss Pearl Lee presented the Royal Service Program on the topic, "The Woncierous Works of God in South America." She was assisted in presenting her program by MLss Minnie Foster who spoke on "Rediscovering Africa"; Miss .Minnie Brown, whose topic • was .^Vbiitfcrous.AWorks, of Brazil"; Miss Lee "Wonderoiis Works of Chile"; Miss Delia Purtle "Agurlera". • ' The meeting closed with circle prayer, and the hostess served refreshments during-the social hour fich Urges Kiwanians To Support Bond Drive LO.V Eich, North Mississippi County chairman for the Sixth war Loan Drive, was guest speaker at (he meeting of Blythevlllc ICi- wnnls Club members held yesterday noon at Tlotel Noble. Mr. Eich urged cooperation of club members in tlie drive. Elzie Wheeler and Jimmy Sanders were inducted into membership of the club .ill yesterday's meeting, when two guests al;o were present. These included tho Rev Harvey T. Kidd, pastor of First Presbyterian Church, and Fred Graham, who Is with the State Department of Education, Division of Trades and Industries with headquarters in Little Rock. At The Hospitals Walls Hosjiilal Admitted: Mrs. J. H. Ozmc'nl, Cooler, Mo .Miss~Mozclle CaslifAibyrd," Mo~' V. Lewis, city. '? ' ' ' *•'<' Dismissed: Mrs. Felix Messemore and babv Luxora. Richard Swiggart, city. Franklin Burton, Steele, Mo. Blythevillo Hospital Admitted: Mrs. .D. -J. Gucrin, city. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ol- rcc, Kclser, a son tins morning' Dismissed: : Mora Parfcer, Manila Mrs. Shelby Camrd city ... Memphis Baptist Hospital Admitted: Mrs. Nell Smart, city. Keeping Up With The Men In Service Tech. Swift. George K. Sites, who Is with Genhval pattern's Third Army In Luxpinbonrg. recently was awarded the'bronze star medal for bravery In action, according to Information received by his mother, Mrs. Norman J. King of Blytlic- vllle. Sergeant Sites Ims been overseas since April. • * • John J. rsiackslonc, husband of Mrs. Arrebla niarkstnnn of 2107 Ohtekasawba Avc., HhHhevlllc, lia.5 fulfilled the Navy's, requirements for promotion to the rule of chief specialist (fire fighter), officials of the U. S. Naval Training Center at Great Lakes, 111., have nn- iianncect. Before Joining the Na,vy the newly promoted bluejacket, worked for the fire department of the Army. * 4 • Corp. Kichard E. Ladd of Holland, Mo., radio operator on a Fly- Ing Fortress,.soon will complete an Intensive .course in combat flying at the Alexandria Army Air Field, Alexandria, Ln,, and in the near future he will go,overseas to a combat area. Corporal Lucid was graduated from Holland High School in May, 1043. ire is the son of Mrs. H. W. Lneld of Holland, and his wife Is the former Miss Joyce Ballentlnc of Steelc. DRESS VALUES! standing Groups: $5 $7 $9 Group I VALUES To 7.99 Group li VALUES To 12.95 Group HI VALUES To 16.95 These are odd lots and broken sizes—some have been sliqhHv so.led from handling-bur ALL ARE REAL VALUES. Shop ea y and be sure of best selection. y EINBER FASHION SHOP Services Held Today For Farmer At Dell Funeral services were to be held this afternoon for Hufus Lylc, farmer, who died Monday. Rite.'; were to be held at the Dell Baptist Church by the Rev M. R. Griffin with burial at Mnple Grove .Cemetery. Cobb Funeral Home was l.o be In charge. •'• .'• Auxiliary Group Meets Several new members 'of .the American Legion Auxiliary attended the meeting of that groupj-held Tuesday night at the Hut,--when Mrs. Joe Scruggs presided." Plans for the animal birthday dinner to be given for llje.< men of Dud Cason Post were dlscifesed, uith date of the event to be;an noimced later. i' r "v.' Members voted to buy ii;$U)6-Wivr .Bprnl,. and to send an/Uielr $25 'Christmas quota and $10-treat fund lor the benefit of war veterans at Fort Hoots Hospital In Little Rock. .,^ Chaired Up »~»,_'- | i > • - ,•••* • Swinging along In n bosun's chair, Adtn. William F. Ilalscy, Jr., whoso Third Fleet blnslcd the Jap nnvy In the. battle of llio Philippine Sens, comes aboard the aircraft carrier Lexington. Out-Qf-Town People Here For McGhee Funeral Rites A number of out-of-town people attended services' here yesterday for Zerji Marlon Mcahcc, lonn a farmer near. UurdeUo, which were held yesterday afternoon at Holt Funeral Home. He died 'Aicsday. The Rev. Harmon Holt,' pastor of ii Methodist Church nenr Hector and formerly at New Liberty, officiated, assisted by the' rtov. !•'. lj. Hanks, pastor of the Metho'dlst circuit there, ond the Rev. P, n, Miller, pastor of New Liberty 'Hnp- tlst- Church. : Aiming the onl-of-lown people here were his son, I'fc. Claud Mc- Ohce, stationed, at Abilene, Texas; Ills fklcr, Mrs. Alta C-Jtciuaii of Byhnlln. Miss.; a sister-in-law Mr.v.Snmli Hurt of Ackcrmau, Miss.; Mrs. H. G. Mnmflcld of Memphis Mr. and Mrs. Hays Coleman of liylmlla, Mr. and Mrs M L,,;Buck, Mrs. A, W. Suggs and Miss, Lillian Duck, also of Ackcr- mau. H««« Courier Hew< w»nl Tuberculosis Program Explained At Osceola Mrs. C. Q. Hoclmun, executive secretary of llm Mississippi County Tuberculosis Association, was inU'SV fi|ieiikor at the luncheon mooting of Osccola llolnry Club members 'fiiesmy, showliiR n film and-explaining the national tuberculosis lirogrnin which is being curried out In Mississippi County. She urged the support of club members In the coming Christmas seal drive which opens Nov. 21 and conllmies until Christmas, pointing out tliul 80 per cent of all proceeds derived from lhc- snlo rcmulns In I ic county (o be spent on educational material nnd control work: Mrs. Hcdmau Is earryliiji out llio policy of Die milhma) iissoclntlon In ndvocallnu mass tuberculin lesl- liii! of all children from babyhood ns a means of eventually eradlciit- '•'•! tuberculosis. Legion Auxiliary Tops State Membership Quota Mrs. E. H. Cook, Mute member- flitp chnlrnmn for [lie American Legion Auxiliary, announced today Hint Arkansas lins now exceeded Us pledged membership quoin of -I.OOli havhif already secured ti mcmiier-' "'lip In the Auxiliary of 4,044. '[he plciljio was «lven by Mrs olll Heed of Holier Bprlnys, de- imrlment president, at. the imlloilnl convention held In September In Chlcniio,' Aim of stale membership officials, according to Mvs. Cook, Is n total of 0,000. Child's Colds TimeresUd _ VAPQRUB 1UNT SASglE .^bd the POLKS Winnie May Walker was givin 1 a shower for her siv tcr wh ° just got engaged an' wanted ,ny receipt for OrnngeCupcakKi;-* •'.•' -.1 u : " Bc »"« to rackf. :; em with that new Royal S.A.S. Phosphate Bakm' Powder," I say,,. "Then they'll be ever so light an' tender an' good- t<«t,n'"... Well sir, they ttll me U,o,e cupcakes made a bij hit an'.,t«, t rf. a lot more folkj to usin- new Royal.} I tell you, it's a frand bakio' powderlfl Get a can today an'see for yourscIH TrrJwt Szssie's ORMGE tijffltfS 2 cup. «[ffid<oU flour T 2 fMipoam fioyol S.A.S. Fhoipliaf* Baking Powrfir V* ftatpoan ial| '/i cup Slui Bonn«1 Margarlni or iriorfcnlng I cup lUftar 3 egg whilst I Naipoon vanilla •xlracr *& eup milk Sift togctlic; flour, baking powder and salt. Cream margarine or shortening thoroughly; odd sugar gradually, beating in weil. Add unbeaten egg wlittcs, one at a time, beating well after each addition. Add vonilln. Add dry ingredients nltcrnntdy witfi milk; mix well. Pour into medium-sized greased cupcake pans. ' Bake in moderate oven at 375° F. about 25 minutes. Cover with Orange Icing and decorate tops with a section of fresh orange. Makes 10. ' BAKING POWDER IN S n., 16-OZ., 24-0*. AND S 16. CANS. Costs only \/$ as much as old Royal CONTAINS NO CREAM OF TARTAR) Book with Bo, T vox Inc., r- ' nc., Grand Central Anne,, New York 17 N. Y DRS. NIES & NIES OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS » Rectal Diseases a Specialty (EXCEPT CANCER) OFFICE HOURS: 8:00-12:00 and 1:30-5:00 Clinic 5M Main Klytlievlllc, Ark. I>h 0 nc 2921 Head courier Newi W»nt Acti. 4'; RHEUMATIC PAIN with • viiicio ihii .in r m , nun If you suffer from rlioumntlo pnln or muscular iiclios, buy C-222.1 caddy for real paln-r«llovhiR hohi. OOo, $1. Caution: Uuo only as directed, First jiottlo purclniso |>rlco Is rofimdcd If you aro not satisfied. Got C-2223 Hold Everything "How will you have your fire today, sir—one lump or two?"i -666 CoW Preparations as directed MARGARET'S IH5AUTY SHOP 101 8, FIKST Phono 2532 Bring Us Your Beauty Problems MODERN EQUIPMENT KXI'KKT BEAUTICIANS SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS FLOWER SHOP . J. M. (M.o) AMERICA'S FAVORITE FOOIWEAR BY OVER 3,000,000 WOMEN CROSS SHOES firs! choice for inspired, young styles. tint cfioice for glorious fit. Choose ,. ' Gold Cross Shoes for your own dashing running-males for fall. No worthier candidates , in America for your, prized ration ticket. Famou* foi ov«r 50 y»aii 01 R«d Croil ^ \ Shoei . , . Unthollingtd valut ol $6' 5 The Family Shoe Store 312 W. Main Phone 2342 Tree SpouU INDIANAPOLIS,' IniM years II wns regarded as an «ry mulberry'tree; but Mrs. Sarah Barnes round that sdmejh'jr*,new had been nctdeci as she reatfhrt up and i>leked immjiklnz ,Jrom''the brunches of her backyard fruit ttit'f, 8h« didn't pl,nt *ny m^rffW pumpkin seeds, but she proudly B!IOWS off her "pummulberryf' ttre The !)uinj)k!n vine had climbed uo the tree, "' • • *•» ^j,l> DA NC Thursday — And Saturday NifhU 9:30 to 1 O'Clock In the Beautiful Blue Room of the HOTEL NOBLE Admibs'ion 60c Incl; Tax; 7 - CHRISTMAS. CARDS. and ' «'<ji ii'. GIFT WRAPPINGS'" 11 have Just been received . .' 1 T Choose nirii now while stock* are cicw and complete; ' • The Gift Shop Modern A Antlqat Gltto MOSS BRYAN . Ctntranons $h*m •••> • Every Day • '"• Box Office Opens 1:41 ">< Show SUrta 2:01..,, ,,i, LISTEN TO KLON Thursday 'nnd Frida ' I'uramount News in the ,,', ' , Ritz' , i Lobby And Receive A FREE TICKET 1 ^ To-Sec' • , / "GREENWICH ( VILLAGE" , Tuesday, Nov. 28th 8 P. M.< , , ROXY I iM .!,, 1» Hitlnee* But A Ssn.. Only OIKIIU e»ch nljlit Ijts; (tarti I Open* BBntej i:M; Btaifg' l:U n CratloB»u Bbom 8*1, :tmt tea. 'l*rf*la MfM tmry tttgU Thursday and Friday "J 1 . 1 cr ' . Sckcled Short Subject! '^ M

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