The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 24, 1944 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, November 24, 1944
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XPAGEJWO' jyj-£— ULYTUKVILUO COUUIEK NEWS'' &j£lup~M|enibers AndjGuests Bridge Luncheon Given i *jComplimVleci Last 'Night I A s imii<w Ui nw Mtu y r.l Miss Jane Branson *as hosUss to' marigolds forme^ the center >;• IS euwte laM ntoht wh»n she en- lor the luncheon i table ycsterdii Miss Jane Branson' *as hosUss to' marigolds forme^ the conternlece iO gueite laM night wh»n she en- lor the luncheon liable yesterday nf- \ertallied, members 'of the Thiirs-* e'fmwmwlien Mrs. James filll Jr., ijiilay Night Bridge Club and * mim- entertained, members- of the Oc- »er ,of additional fcuesU, & t the ette Club and three additional rome of her parents, Mr and Mrs guests, at" luncheon'at Hotel Noble, «U.'S'Branson at 1100 West Main nnd. an njternoon of bridge at her jQ,ph,T5santhemums were attractive- home.", sty< arranged throughout the enter- 1 The Tlmnksghlng holiday , arranged ining roomj i #n>r8 ' bridge .iS'td during the (evening Ilg)i cfe' smite' amo ,§c^fe' s among club emphasized In the original place cards which marked the guests' places at the table, with each curd was wpn by Miss Mildred containing n ThankserUng blessing. &.-OU Hubbard and second high by &!Ks Virginia Martin, while Miss .con, Mrs. Hill took her guests to , Spaln'0irey Has high guest ... hostess served Iced drinks during which the hostess hold high ing-the games,, and a' dessert score-and Mrs. JessC'M. White seo- <•>*>* at the 'conclusion 6J tlie ond high. Guests In nddlllou Ib club members Included Mrs White, Mrs. Mlth McCool nnd Mrs. Jimmy . t ,„,..,., Guests In addition i to o!v> i "Included^ Miss , Prances ' U(llc, MaYv>Spaln .tjsjf^ MlssiMar- Riehavdso'ri i k"'-"V ~ v .5^ '-T;"' < iOTPtjShaver, Sl rs v s P en ?er Ale\atv gder.,Mrs Lee Mever, Mrs Carl Hal- Bay Jr.-, Mrs Cecil Bransort and Mrs fJRoberi' Porter of Dearborn, Mich "" ' |odn Is Born Tuesday &tUr and Mrs "Wayne Crawford nl'nn NortirsiNth Slrtef are the Ejiiren > ts''of a^son borri Tue.sda> at ! pr> njevir|5> ! Army, Air' Field, Hospl- , baby, lias been ' named Richard;Lee >, * '* • • The' Crafrfdrds have' another son, Sndg^Club^Entertamed fe'JJfiik rosfes'irra" lc§ Bowl formed Jhe centerpiece fof theMutlcheon table .Wednesday afternoon when Mrs W- J, Wunderltcri'entertainer! Wed- TieSlay' Bridge' Club members and jUo guests, Mrs J. Louis Cherry and Mrs .W J Pollard } for luncheon ; an*'bridge *•- - ^V iTMrs; PpiiarrTwas high. In the af- jternoon.bridge gaines, arid Mrs R, \flis. Elkips Is Hostess Mrs J H Elklns complimented members of the Mld-Weck Club, with uhom liic often plays bridge,' ana one other guest, Mis. Robert Porter or, Dearborn, Mich., enter- alninjj yesteiday nftemoon at her lome.wlth a luncheon, followed by bridge A' two course' luncheon wns served at srrmll tables arranged In the rpne finest Christmas gifls'of all i ore the gifu that Veep on gu- ing—Victor Hccord«! Coraoin to. day — malis ysur selection eirlyl Here Are a Few Choice Selection* HARDAWAY APPLIANCE COMPANY 208 West Main . Following the three-course lunch, . icr home for the bridge gnmes, Bits of News Mostly Personal >tfs. P. E. Atkinson and Mrs. Pearl Hires sjwnt yesterday In Onion City, Tenn., where they visited' Mrs. Hires' daughter', Mrs..•'•!. >W; Diihn and family. ' '.'•• : . Mrs. Clalr Miller and ^icr niece, Miss Hermit Parker,: returned ] ns (, night from Memphis where they spent the past week nt Bnplist Hos- pilal. Miss/Parker, who \inderwent an operation last, Saturday,. Is' Improved,'but will be confined to her bed for the next 10 days. MM, M.,T, Moon nnd Mrs. W. Hi Holcomb returned last '.'night froiri Memphis where they spent two days yisltlng relatives. ."'" ' '. . : : Mrs, Hairy E: House nnd daughter,- "Miss Betty IJoeso- of '-Bcmldjl', 1 Minn.,, arc visiting, here, us guests of; Mr. and Mrs. Frirfner England and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil It: Wrotcn, Miss Rocse, who Is a student at Stephens College,. Columbia, Mo., will return thci'c Simday, while , her, mother will remain here for several .more days. -Miss Medrlth Hancock returned yesterday from Sun-Antonio, Texas, dfthlias. etl defense stumps for high scora among club members, and. Mrs. Porler wn°i presented \Uth cards as guest p'ize/ . . . .. : » t • Card Club Entertained Mrs Clara Peary was hostess to members of the Friendly Seveii Club and one guest, Mrs. c. J. Little, \\hen she entertained Wed* nesday afternoon Cards were 'plajed for several hours before the hosier served a salad plate with cookies nnd Iced drlnkb f msr-*; nnd vw. t*i » ' . T, ~ , v-j~ -»>« ™ ,,ii, n Mn i loiui HIIU ix; with her brother, who is sta- » |ilc > MO. nrn ,, A ,1 I " onetlat ^rt Sam Houston.He now'_; 0m , or: , G hiD>? /n A ls "inch Improved (ifter having been • D ' s ? llss " 1: luKh SCOTO 111 d -^-vn -, p Mrs. Barnes W ill H»ad Membership Campaign* Mrs. Bob 1 Barnes has teen,named chairman of tho membership drive of the Business and Professional Women's Club which Is to be coh.- dilcled dtirini; Dbccrnber -)5y the local club. •'• Appointment was made at a call meeting of the group held last night at the Barnes home, when Miss Jonc George, president, conducted ,tho session. ,, Plans were discussed for the annual Christmas party, and Mrs. Jim Graf ton was named ns chairman for this affair. Reports on the recent district, conference. held in Parar gouUTwere given: by delegates who attended from Blythevllle, and,Mrs. John C. Cox and Mrs. P. L. Husbands were voted Into membership of tho club. . . , ' . •• • Members;0f tlie- local club wlll'be' In charge of the bond Ixxith at the Rltx Thcaler-.each nigtit throughout tlie bondtd'rlye, wlth'..a..(ilffererit group, 16,00' there^cach.'hlght.from C o'clock'through the' liight'show. : , , . , i ^ ' ~~.-, » At "< Hie. Hospitals .Walls Hospital Admitted: • Peggy Ann Perry, Cooler, Mo, • Mozclle : Cash,. Lenehvllle, Mrs.-.Elmcr i Needham, ,Horners> vllle, Mo. •' •• . :• •' Gestdrig, Holland; Mo., Sophomores of Burdette High School met Monday nlghl for an election of .ptflccrs, when Hie following were named to serve during tho coming' year: Inez Eubanks, president; .Geraldlrie Pierce,, vice president; Virginia Tyer, treasurer; JlMimle Nell McDonald, secretary: Neta Belle Towiln, reporter, r The meeting was in charge. of| __...,.^., ,,^,^ ,, tlll , iut . Inez Eubanks and Bonnie Jean yesterday afternoon at the family Clark, who served as temporary home-at'Gosneli: chairman, . ; The Rev. Earl David of Holland, Burdette;NeiV8>, '?"' - F1UDAY, NOVEMH.KH'2'1, ](M'f Nola Roberts, 11, Dies Yesterday : At Hospital Here !Nola Roberts, ll-year : old daughter of MrT ami Mrs; Fred Roberts, ,,„ t - cllllavul , uullllly oml , mg 01(<l .yesterday morning at Walls Convention will hold its monthly Eomite Flo, Jeanettc and 'Willie it was announced today by B E L Dean Roberts and two brothers, Smith, president. The service will , William Daniel nnd Wade Roberts. .Cobb Funeral Home was in charge. Singers To Meet Sunday The' Peiiilscol"" County"" "SliTgihg Hospital. i singing. Sunday, at HayVard";tiiree Funeral services were, held late miles southeast of Portagevllle, Mo., ,., , A special 1 conference will be held to nominate a committee to be in charge of social affairs. , Mo,, conducted the funeral with Burial at Elmwood Cemetery. Bom at Gosneli, she was a stu- .,,., a *, — L „»,— ....... u , , . ^ ijui 11 a^ uiuiimi, one wus U alu- Seniors of the high school are dent at Oosncll school when strlck- sponsorlng a cake walk and pie sup- en III recently. flrr to bp'fciveh t'rinJ&h^. wh'pri "Mlfic' ~ .: per to lie' given tonight, when "Miss " Bnrdette HI" will, te crown d a a ,/»"« », '° « OM . a ™ ^™. featured event of the evening she, Is suivlved asp by, these sls- Candldaies for the ouecn are Bet ' £>r ' s i, Mrs Alberta Lbllar, Mrs. tye Jo Bevjls representing freshrnln :ffljffl' P ^'' 50n ' A "^U"e. FredHtne; :class; Kola Lea Duncan, the sophomores; Ehvohda Hamilton, the Juniors, and Wanda Lee Long, the seniors. Gosheil News ., nelly Maxwell was el«ted president 'of the i>ep squad which was organized.,Nov. H.iat.the Gosnell .lilgll School.'Elected to serve with her Sylvln • Swnln,'"v|ce preside)it'; : Ediia';Rogers, secretary; Lot- lle'Mllltgqn,' treasurer;" Raye Lucius,' reporter.' ,. ' '.'-,'' !' Cheer leaders ape Bonnie Cooke; '•G race -Jennings' and Cherie- : Pre.vost, Jwhlle'pcp squad mascots : arc Jeanne tucius and,Shirley/ Hudson. ,, i The. group 1'ps selling ribbons of fhclr, schoor.colors, blue and- gold, .to-nilee; funds for, thclr'-equlpm'ent., i Memlters of the group are-Bonnie Cookfi, Grace Jennings, :Cherle Preyost/.,Lottie .MMllgan; Betty * • • Fortnightly Club Meets seriously ill. Mrs. Bert Ross left this,morning to Join her husband, Staff Sergeant Ross, who- Is" stationed at Lbwcry FIeld,- ; Denver, Colo. Mrs. Ross has spent the past five weeks herewith her mother, Mrs; J ; H. Adams arid other : relatives. ivlrsi c. f*, Langston and her daughter, Mrs. Cecil R. Wrotcn, accompanied by Mrs. Wrotcn's guests, Mrs. Harry E. Roese nnd Miss Betty Roeso' of Bcmldjl, Minn., went to ; 'Me'mphls this'-afternoon. They will, return home tomorrow night. .'-'Mrs. Belle'. Wood spent yesterday In Carutiicrsvllle, Mo., ns the'giicst ,.- D— j .,.~,,io of her, sister,,, Mrs, F. B. Eastwood Mrs A E Hunlley, entcrlnlning» '""'•'a.mlly; -,: . \ '• members of tile Fortnightly club' • Mlss Jowel Evans of Jasper, Ala., yesterdny nftemoon for luncheon ' s tilt: guest.of Misses Burleenc and and bridge, also wns hostess to two Bo " nl ° Brlnn at their home in Dell other guests Mrs H R 'Brandon i Mrs -W- C. Legt'ett nnd .daughters, and Mrs Q G Hubbarcl Mrs - " D " Burns', Miss Louise Log- Luncheon was served at small ? ctt ;. tll1 ,d M'ss. Blllle Lcggett, spent ibles arranged In the living 1 room y cster(lrt y 'n Moniphls, with rela- whlch v, as decorated with vases of Lui^uuuu «»3 servea at small tables arranged In the living'room which v, as decorated with vases of Talisman rosebuds mid red chrysanthemums Following tho two-course liuich- dl >"Bhtc >n bridge was plajecl for several ram "J'- ours • Mr. nnd Mrs. E. 13. aeo and son, E. B, Jr., spent yesterday In Capo eon hours Wives Of Cadets Here Seeking Employment AnolliDi free emploj merit medium Is being operated i,, Blythcvlllo with the USD to assist cadet wives In finding part-time vork." There are 11 cartel ni\es, who nr- nyed this weak, entoied on the list of those seeking such employment, ap housework, baby care or anj such job Thrj<e positions \\o\t\il bo accepted on a temporal) bails during their two to three months slay In Blylheville or from day to day It was pointed out American Inrtlnns knew about honey and utilized the bees' wax for candles LIFE & ACCIDENT INSURANCE CO. ?ORD, Representative <. ' Ljnch BMg MISS nsin's SHOP nr. Prank- Smith of ' Oma'h« k . tfeb has -arrived -for a visit iwlth hh daughter, Mis,. R. P. Klrshner and ., Giranlcau, Mo., with; relatives. More Uian 1800 (amines nave been; recorded in China since 180 Mrs. GordoA Hcrrlck and Baby city. ,, ' :•.••: ... • -.. Neal Benson,,Manila. . BtythevlIIe - Hospital Admitted: • . , - • . .Chester. James, Cooler,. Mo. Richard^ Houston, city. '•-,•• Dbrolriy:Lee Duncan^ TOrrtato; Born to Mr. nnd. Mrs. H. M. Larn- bert, Portagiivllle, Mo.,' a daughter, yesterday afternoon. • Born to Sergt. and Mrs. b.-J. Guerlh, olty, a son-last night.' •-.; Dismissed: , : - Jaclc Green, city. . Mrs. Warren Fnmbo nnd baby city. '•'-.•• . -• Read Cotirlw New» W»rit Adi.; WMUTi LHSKTSIUfRATW B, c. The famine of 1877-78 claim- t'el 9,500,000 lives.' ; ' ' It's wonderful how a- little Va-tro-notj up each nostril relieves stuffy transient.! congestion. Also relieves distress,'dr.' I: rod colds! Follow directions in folder'" VICKS VATROKGL CHRISTMAS CARDS and GIFT WRAPPINGS have just been received ... '.. Choose jilts now, while stocks are new and'complete. The Gift Shop Madtrn « AnauB* Qift* MOSS BRYAN MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP 104 8. FIRST Phoitc 2532 Bfing l/s Your ' Beauty Problems ';'•: MODERN.' EQUIPMENT ''''.EXPERT' BEAilTICJANS .One of 10 sons arid daughters,' Burch, Johnnie Raspberry, Tommlc Grimes, Betty, - Maxwell, Elaine Dills, Mary Ann Allen, Juanitn Daniels. Wanda Wisdom,. Raye Lucius, Edna Rogers, Sylvia Swain, Marjoile Swain, Edna Swain, Charlene Bryeans, Ruth Cain, Clarice Maxwell, Christine Thorpe, • Ruby Jean, Calvcrl, nivi, tlie, leader, Miss Florence Dlnsinorc. ' • , . 500 oltict HDNjlRCH Foods—all lujf Sunday'School • 0:30'A. ; M. Mornl/ig Worslilfi "... 10:50 A. M, •', US GIVE THANKS WITH • ' . . .. SUNDAY MORNING'. -..• THANKSGIVJNG SERVICE FIRST CHR1STSAN CHURCH R'.'S. BAiR!)/ Minister PHONES, KES; 2789 . CHURCH 2«8 DRS: NIES & HIES OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS Rectal Diseases a Specialty (EXCEPT CANCER) OFFier HOURS: 8:00-12:00 and 1:30-5:00 •Glink 514 Main BlyihevlHe, Ark. Phone 2921 SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS, properly designed, are remembered always. Our flowers are always fresh, and all work is guaranteed to please: lit our expert designers help you with your floral needs. , . • ., Ph- «1 . ; ,;: ':;'.. We, Deliver Mrs. J. M. (Mae) Wfllia'mi owner , . tegln at 10 o'clock hi the mbrrilng. The convention Is presenting the Mency Quartette of Maiden as special, guests,, with many, other quar- tettes also expected. . - ". The public, is invited 'to jatteml tlie: service,- Mr. Smith stated.- f^frolcuni Jfltii'nif Waif Bprrad Moro!lnal*twceiit1iuml>flnd d" " fjflfier. 1-ona MKS iirov'o Morotlue d to Ush quality, for itjtior burns," cutf, -^ ivx, nbrariom and e M, triple BlM. only dmtiaaotu Show* Box Office Opens 1:44- Show Starts 2:00 -' 'LISTEN TO KL'VN '" !!:« p.m. , 4:1*. » «:H *^. ' I/ast'Time Today' Bathing Beauty with-,K«1, Shclloii, Harry James Orclicslra Paramount News Saturday Serial: "Black' Arrow" 4 and. Short Con. Showing Sat'day 1:00 ta 11:31 i 'Sunday & -Monday M.G-M'S LAUGH HIT! Paramount News and Selected Short : Subjects to H 6th Wor Loon PREMIERE SHOW! at the Tuesday Night, Nov. 28th Storting 8 o'Clock (Doors Open at 7 o'Clock) Presenting "GREENWICH VILLAGE" with Don Ameche and Carmen Miranda Positively NO TICKETS Will Be Sold to This Show- Buy a Bond and Receive a FREE TICKET! Bonds On Sale Now In Ritz lobby No Passes Will Be Admirred To This Show BUY A BOND? • in the Ritz kli IT TAKES PLENTY OF WAR BONDS TO BUILD B-29s WAR in the .Pacific is 1. the most costly war America has ever engaged itiillfs simple arithmetic. A mountain of special, costly needed. A B-29 Superfortress used in the bombing of Japan costs $600,000 in War Bonds. And this is just one of the many, extra costly implements of war needed to achieve final victory in the Pacific. Thatfs why trie 6th War Loan Drive is so important That's * why you must back it as generously as you have every other war loan drive. Invest in the next raid on Japan.,. BBY AT LEAST ONE EXTRA $100 BOND This Message Contributed To The 6th War Loan By Ritz, Gem and Roxy Theatres Mr. ana Mrs. 0. W. McCutchon f... And Jtcceiye A , FREE ' • • . • -. To See - , "GREENWICH VILLAGE" Tuesday, Nov. 28th 8P.M. BUtlnrn Bat. & San. On!; Ofeas «ch flight"«:«; ituii t Upeni Sand*? 1:00; Start* 1:11 Sartaln Night. Ever; Night Exec* Batnrdaj. ft pu«» honored on liattf •>. tb» ' Last Time Today The Sullivans with Tliomas Mitchell and Anne Baxter Selected Short Subject Saturday "Raiders of Ghost City" 7 and Short Con. Showing Sat'day 1:00 to .11:31 Sunday and Monday. jijTHE SCREEN'S FiRST GREAT \\L HUMAN STORY OF THE MEN | ^'fc BEHIND AMERICA'S GUNS JV i-\V\v. np virTnuvi - i//'.&' Pitslfi Foslcr • lltyi Mia :i!B i(iiu-p:cliil CHll Fox News ana Selected Short Subject OtaUnmu Bbowtnc Ban. 1:15 |«

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