The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 27, 1944 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, November 27, 1944
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TWO BLYTHEVILLE 'COURIER NEWS MONDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 194-1 Men Overseas Have Fine Time Shopping for Gifts Coming Events • TUBBDAY Neuve Club Mrs. DyessXorriplimented Mrs'^Sanford Boone. Olub -Eight meeting with Mrs Mrs. John Burks was-hostess yes- La Neure Club meeting Y,ith' t erday to, members^ of: the O.R.A, Mrs. Melvln H41s«H. club and one guest;>Mrs: Paul Burks, Mrs 1 '. Bitty Jones; entertaining w hen she. entertained; with a Tuesday BrfcfeK Club | Thanksgiving dlmier imhonor of the; Double a>>CluV meeting with birthday of Mrs. W.''Hi Dyess. A shallow bowl filled with Autnmft chrysanthemums and. marigolds- formed the centerpiece lor. tlie, dining table, where guests were seated for the three course dinner servect at the noon hour. •. . Tlie afternoon v,m spent in Informal entertainment, and! in plan- ing for the club's fourth' Christinas party, which ta to be held 1 Dec.- >17 nt the home of Mrs. Walter Woods, in Luxora, when members; will: «x< change Christmas-gifts; ., Mrs s Ettwrt' Huffman entertaining A^ D C Club .Wednesday Bridge Club meeting ulth Mrs.' CKples Rose. FRIDAY Mrs Initial lane Club 1 Nowell entertaining -Mrs W.' a Langdon entertaining 0 V B "C Club - "~5:'N.-B'.'Cllib meeting with Mrs. Hr C. Blantauhlp " Friday Rummy, Club meeting with Mrs T , J. Barnes Miss t Rylee Is Bride ' Of Thomas^G! Hawkins Mrs. Myrtle 1 Rylee> announces t 1 "; , marriage of her daughter, Miss L<5eraldine: ByJee,- to Tlionms C. Hawkins, pharmacists: mate l-c in i'the'Unlted'Statfs Navy The marriage was .quietly solemn- . Daughter Born Yesterday Mr. and Mrs. H. • C., Barnes . artr nounce llio.blrlh of r fi daugli.ter early yesterday morning; at 1 Blytheville Hospital ihc child'has been named Bclva-.Lynn. Mrs. Barnes is .the,' former Miss Bertha B. Kinsley, • • • Mis. Wert Entertains t Mrs. Russell. Wei t used' pot Jed plants and brilliantvFnll flowers; to ized Tuesday night at the home decorate her home Friday,afternoon of the Rev F'UA Nash, pastor of wh(:n ^ en terhihcd members, of --the'First' Church:of;,:the Nazarcnes, who i performed i tlie ceremonj Tlie bride, who,was attended b> Mrs. Robert. B.Kosmalski, as ma,_ tron of;honor, nore a two piece suit ,;.black,v ; ftCcessarieS' andi a-.—sliouldcr corsage; of orchids;, a., i Mrs. Kosmalski, who> also wore _blup, liad_a. corsage of. yello» roses ~btaff ijergt Horace C Walters served his cousin as best man > * Mrs Hawkins was graduate,! Irom Blytheville High Scliool nnd foi r pasb two yearsi has bec.i em- the Friday Rummy Club ahd; ; one additional guest, .Mrs..Lco.iJiles In the games played- during- the flfternbnii; Mrs. JOB McClure.- won high score pri/e nnd Mrs second'high; A.samUvich plate with.iced drinks was served. Daughtei Born Saturday Tech. Sergt: Davk.ot Port Knox;. Harrell Ky,, ana;Bly- . tUeville, ,nre tlie pnrcnts.of a(iaug{i- ; . ployed in. the, bookkeeph." deinrt-! lei born Satiirdij nt the hosital'nt i ->ment-at Earmers Bank - Trust Foil Kno\ The child has not yel V Company > becii named..' I ""Mr 1 -Hawkins,, son of Mr and ,i Mrs R L. Haaklhs, gradiittrd i} from Dell High School and for the ! past foUr sears has been ou duty with the Navy in the Pacific Following a brief, wedding trip, tbe^v^bridegfoom 'will' return to Treasure Island, Calif, for reassignment, whiles Wrs Hawkins will continue to make 'her home here J'tlth* hen mother ' k f An, out-of-town guest at the •'•i 1 dlrig was i Miss Dorothy Rj " .Memphis, sister of, the bnne ..- ^. * • ». • Son Is Born Today "" ' Capt and Mrs' E R Stewart me - the parents of a son born this morning at' Walls Hospital The baby, _. their first' child, has been named of Ra,miS, Edwin Uhe*. formei Miss Ernestine Halsell, daughter of Jfr. and Mrs Ernest Halsell Mrs. Davis Is the! former: Miss Ruth. Fowler.. Sergeant 1 . Davis' mar ther,Mis. Essie Davis, IB; in; Kort Knox with them. Meetings' Members of the governing body.o the, Lone Troop Associatlftn:will enr tertain I heir'Husbands; at a siippe! tonight, Y o'clock, at.the. Llttll House. Order of the' Eastern Star. wU have a,stated, meeting: tomorrow night, 8 o'clock, at tho hall: Bits of New* | Mostly Personal tto**3tacg i , * * ~ Connie Hay, a student at Mississippi Slate, StarkCTllle, will return .hero, tomorrow nftor a .visitof .several 'days with hl.s parents. Miss Ethel aoodncr will return tomorrow, after, o visit, of two weeks iniQdthv Ark.,.with:her, parents. Dwight-H. Blackwood was dlsmlss- I this, morning from Walls Hospl-i tal'wh'ereMie has 1 been undergoing treatment for the past several weeks because of heart ailment. Miss Joyce Gill will arrive Wed- nesday-frorii State Teachers college in Coriway, to spend the holiday weekend with hei.mothci, Mis B G aill and family nt Doll .fit and Mrs M F Bro^nlec and famJJy of.Dell will ha\e ris their hplldrfy guests her brothei, Hov, prcj Collins nnd frtmilj pf MeJi)j)hli who'will arrive Wednesday ,Mr. J and'Mrs, Jiuncs Hlll'Jr.,,16ft todr^y rtjrMemphi!, wlicie Mr-; Hill jrill' enter Campbell s Clinic for an operation on( her hip, which sho will undergo tomorrow moinlng She probably will be a patient there fop about tv,o weeks id daugh- counties pledged Negro Farmers To Help Boost! ' Food Output ' Negro farmers of Cilltcndcn, and Polnsett in Arkansas' yesterday themselves "collectively and. individually. 1 ' |.o use- Wclr energies; and Ir.crMse- food; product (Ion ini 1945 in a., resolution :ftd6pl-' ed- at. a meeting of the Southern' Mediators Association, Inc., at' the" First Baptist Church at Preribh- mnn's Bayou, : according lo;c. H; Jones, liiltle • Rock : negro : execulive secretary. 1 ; ,• TliD' trl-counly meeting- was- attended by 1000 negro: farmers, the secretary staled. In:, his address the secretarj said Heistif^sed the need for full paiily foi farmers ' in order to rnl>ei the economic Itncl of the negro tenanfs and 'hue cioppcis ' He ata>rhlti> negro farmer m'^mllon n,s a practice 'hurlfulrnot only tOf the- plantation owner, hut to the race uroup. .is a whole; 1 arrive to mm row to o Manila Man Killed In Action In France ] Corp Pete Allen of Manila, has in action two years 01 lie took p-ti P\l John Z OBrien who has been overseas for the past 1 yenr and a htUf has: been transferred. from' New Guinea to nn Island 1 in; ,the Dutch Enst Indies according to word received by hii mother, Mrs. Zeph O'Brien of Bloomfield; s Hacidlcks motlicr, Mib Wjntt Henley i O -F Tompklns of Biirdcltc lias returned home nftci attending the lArkansnsi Paim Bmciu meetinu nela lost wcnk in Little flock Mrs, Zeph O Brien or Bloomficld, Mo\ spenU Diet weekend heie visiting her grandchildren Gent Mary Lou and, John Z O Brim Jr |Gcts, Red Cross Kit Bag packed 1 In Home Town ' When J Ferris Medulla former prominent Blytheyille cotton mail recently lift n California port for active duty in the Nn\y, lie was »ven: n> kit. bag furnished by the !An»ritan, Red' Cross to all service personnel' at ports of embarkation ) Mr McCalln, upon opening his kit,,was amazedt to discover a tag i&tatlng it wub pnckcdiby the. Chickasawba District Chapter of which 'Mrs; McCalln's mother, Mrs O W Dilltthunty, Jlns served as -.ewing Chairman Ui eharse of making and packlfig such kit bags for the past jtwo years Writing his' wife ol the incident Mr McCaim decl.ired it was like 'getting., a,.package from home. MO. If' fed and "milled tluee times daiH, instead of Uo, will in crease;, milk* iirodtic'tloni' from. 10. to 2i per cent the day ; In the vnsiou Corporal Allen .was the brother of Ihe late Rllcy Allen.of Manilaiwilh whom: he made,- his home; before Jo!ning:thb Army, His- w|fo nnd. child; live in. San Francisco. Dyess Veteran To Get Citation In Memphis Pvt. Bernie B. Cox. of-Dyess,who hns *on the'Combat'Infnntfymari's Badge, is among 13 veterans' to. be decorated- by Brig; Gen. Roynl : ElcV • nolds, commanding 1 general of Kennedy Ocnerar Hospltnl; in • a "ceremony scheduled,for : 4:30 o'clock.this afternoon In front of tha hospita administration bnlltilng: and Is tlie kind who turns tlie tjuy- g. of his wife's Blft ovci- to her ?st friend. Then, it's-simple,, as the est friend invariably, geli In touch 1th; the wife-and says, "What dp ou want for. Christinas? I'm going, o, buy your gift; and you. might- s well have Just what'.you. want." So no^wonder the-women are sur- riscd at,the strange, things- men '!ect us gifts wlicn they are strlct- on their own. . • • By" RUTH MIIXKTT be just right- for ; my new suit?" Or At last women ought to. be able 10 manages even,better.If her hus- lo understand Die look that comes to a man's face when he opens a package, containing a "Christmas nccklle", •— the kind hastily picked out by .a-< woman hurrying to-an )n>)x>i'lanb appointment with, her hairdresser.'' Because, women are getting that same-. Incredulous look.-, on, their faces''these' days when they, open packages from their men overseas. A grass,, skirt for the baby. A box of sweaters for'the 'wife who never was and • never will be n sweater-girl. A 1 ,'solid silver candle siiuf/cr.- A gopd;£ized niodel: of a native boaVfor'aichlld whose mother is living'; 1 In , a'- small apartment with no'place to put, anything. .A ijox of native Jewelry for the woman whOiWenrs "simple black" cos-, tunics.. Heady,-perfume with, a seductive name for-the woman who has been living, nlone and, trying to. like It tor two or three years. I.KKT ON-T1IKIK OWN' No wonder the -women, look startled—when -they see what their men 1 folks,- left, entirely on : Ihcir own, consider, appropriate gifts. •; The only reason: the. ,won)e'n nre- n't used 'to. gifts, hoiight such carefree, masculine abandon-is that- when their men are at home their women see: : to It that they happen to-know just what to buy the little woman. . . -.. Either, when an anniversarj', birthday,: oi" Christmas approaches, the woman: gently steers the- man (several (imps If he Is absentminded) by a' store window saying, ' Isn't that' lovely? 'And wouldn't it L. G« Nash Purchases first Tuberculosis Bond, • L. G." Nrtsli today opened the sale of Tuberculosis Bonds'with the pur- ch'nsc of- n $100 bond from J. N. Smothermpn, vice president of the Mississippi - County • Tuberculosis Association, who also is serving as chairman- of the personal solicitation committee for sale' of- the bonds. Tuberculosis .Christmas seals v.'erj in: tlie- mnils today/ marking the opening of the annual seal sale drive. : DONVT SUFFER . \villfcokta'iinusclo ncjiea nnd sorb thrcmt. Tiiko St: JfisonU Aspirin for quick relief. , World's InjKest seller at 10,'. Bin 100 tnl>- let.»wonly.36{; Get SliJosopli Aspirin. THANKSGIVING Pot tuck Pinner tor the American Legion & Auxiliary AT THE HUT— TUES,, HOY. 28th— 7:30 P.M. You are Invited as J Is of the Auxiliary. iMrs. Joo Scruggs,'President: 6th War Loan at the Starting 8 o'Ciock (Doors Open at 7 o'Ciock) Presenting with Don Ame-.... - n d Carmen Miranda: Positively HO TICKETS Will Be Sold to This Shaw— Bay o Bond cmd Receive a : FREE TICKET! *> i * — *Vi|*i*4;Vf;«i No'losses Will Be wfe^"^Al'vv M - tted To This Sho * THOUSANDS OF AMERICANS ARE STILL IN JAP PRISONS TDKHEMBrt eOKSKrpOS ? Rcra crntxr AV the pictures of grinning Japanese soldiers guarding American prisoners? We're out to wipe the grins 08 their facts. We're outtalibcratetnousandsoE American soldiers and civilians still in Jap prisons. That day cia come only witri final victory. .. "We're out to fmish.the.joh the Japs started. Tlie 6th War Loan Drivqispar of the great national effort to win quick victory ( in, the Pacific. The cost of victory comes high, It'costs billions of dol-, Urs a month to fight Japan!.But we. know'yoUlU <io yonr full share, is you have in. all; the. other n-ar loan drives. Your full share is at least one extra SI00 NYarrBond. Buy wore if you jwssibly can, War tkm Js are your best insurance of a safe, irtdbpcndcnt future. «. „ BUY AT LEAST ONE EXTftA>100 WAR BOND This Message Contributed To The 6ih War Loan By Rifz, Gem and Roxy Theatres ' * - . • i ,•, ,\- . . Mr. and Mn. 0. W. McCutcH&i f At The Hospitals Blythevilte dmitted!. Mrs: Poye Allen, Stecle, Mo. Born to Mr..and Mrs. H. C. Barnes, ty, a daughter, yesterday,. ilsmlssed: Mrs. Thomas Orlce mid, baby, Keier. t Mrs: BVH: White and-baby, city. J. C.-Ledtetter, city. Dorothy liee -Duncan, Tomato. Miss Lula- yiekeVy.'.eity. •• Walls Hospital Adinitlcd: Wes Miller, Stecle, Mo. Jim Thomas Farmer, Steele, Mo, ' Dorothy Jean White, Manila. Mnrele Glenn Wright; Manila. Carol'Dean Bolliiigerj Manila. Charles Ray Burden, Steelc, Mo. • I'earUe Grimes, Luxora, Ark, Mrs. Orvillc Lux, Carutliersvllle; Mo. ' Mrs. Bessie Hovey, city. '. Bora to.Cnpt. and Mrs. E. R:.Stewart, city, a son, this morning. Dismissed: dinar- Qestring, Holland, Mo. ; Peggy Ann Perry, Cooeer, Klo, j DuJight: H; Blackwood, city. 1 Mrs; L. A: Crews, cily. Y. Lewis, city. Linda Lou Bunch, city. Mrs. Frank Caudle and baby, city. Memphis Ba[)tlst Hospital Admitted: : Mrs. Malcolm Koonce, city. Mrs. J. C. Spurlock, Osceola. Memphis Methodist Hospital 'Admitted: Janic Sue Whit field, CnnUhcrs- ville, Mo. Service Reunion SUNDANCE, Wyo. (UR)—A father, and his son,.both in the service, met-, in, Sundance-recently for the All Snug In Their PHONE, 'Che children will: .want, to, go., (o bed, not only, on. Christmab: Eve,. but all Ihrough the year- .. . ...if, their beds, are made with linens from- our. laundry. Give them: san? itary protection ... ..give yourself a holiday, fro. the washboard. Send all your-' laundry, to, us.!.. from the finest lingerie, .to- heavy.. work clothes. Satisfaction^ guaran: teed! - BLYTHF.VILLE!ARK. list time In six years. S-Sgt. Vic PixtUson, the rather, .was .011 furlough from his station nonr'Mom- Dhls, Tejiu, He heard UiaVlils son, Seaman l-c Jack Pntlison, was arriving oh leave, and obtained a five- day extension of, his furlough & 0 lie might see Ills son, '•. Relief At Last For Your Cough ; Creomulsion, relieves promptly be- .CSUse 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, In- ;.j flamed bronchial mucous- nicm-l ft branes. Tell your druggist to sell you 1 ' a bottle of Creomulsion with Ihe understanding you must like the way it quickly allays the cough or you are to have your money back. GREOMULSION forCouehs.ChesrColds.Bronchiii's BINC Tuesday, Nov. 28th 8 1'. J\Ii AT THE ARMORY Turkeys - Chickens - J'igs DOOR riUZK A 'TURKEY ADMISSION 50c Allar Society of the Catholic Church A.$ ADVERTISED K ",*>' * i- •> ^ ^.' A'/'A X ¥ »Av^ ;^ u •^ If'*.,: 451 »M ^ MAKE THCM- (ASY ON, THl tYfS. WCAR POPULARITY.- PROVCN UinONtS'AlL'StA- SON LONG AND SEE HOW'THSY FUTHK-YOUK f££T,. FlT.rO pf'mcuoN, AUD oivs srnf PKIST/SC; No.' 9121—Tan and. White Saddle with Brown-Avon sole. $6 No. 9.438—Scout About Mocc.v sin. White Elk, Brown Elk with Brown Avon sole. No. 5CO—Ghillie Tie for Misses and Children. Brown Elk, leather sole. Sire 8Vz to 12—$3.50 Sire l2'/2 to 3 — $4 We Will Be Closed All Day Thanksgiving _ IH H V •HO CHRISTMAS CARDS and ' GIFT. WRAPPINGS have: just., been; received . . . . Choose gifts now \vhile stocks are iiew and complete. The Gift Shop . Modem & Antique Gifts MQSS BRYAN MARGARETS BEAUTY SHOP 104 S. FIRST Phone 2532 Bring Us Your. ( '. Beauty Problems 'MODERN EQUIPMENT EXPERT BEAUTICIANS Centinaocu SLow* Box Qffice Opens 1;45 Show Starts 2:08 -u LI8IKN TO KI-CN '* Last Time Today Ghost with Charles. Laughton & Margaret O'Brien Paramount News ami Selected: Short Subjects Tuesday Only. ,WAR BOND PREMIERE Greenwich Village , 'with Don. Anieche A- Carmen. Miranda No matinee but the box office will be open (o sell bonds. :^&M8HSte$ M** But A Son. Onlj Open* each, night 6:45; lUrti \ Opcnj Snna»j 1:00; SUrt>. 1:1! CvnUQBoD* Sham Htt- »n< Sin. N* konoretf on Uir X«xj Time Today Diary willi Trcston Foster & Win. Bcnflilfei ?ox News ana Selected Short Subject Tuesday & Wednesday «* mm mm i. CAKOI KMSU 10]SC01U!8 MlUlltH STONE 60BH4SS OU«MI1U ACQUANETTA A UNIVERSAL PICTURE IE Selected Short Subjects MiVTINKE TUESDAY

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