The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 1, 1944 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO BLYTIIBVILLE COURIER NEWS FIUDAY, DiSCIiMHKR 1, IOM Infoimal Banquet Is Gtven School Bands An informal,banquet was glvert 'Qfp/n Wednesday night «t First Metho- tucva dist Church uhen members 6f the pathfinders Class ot the church entertained for the purpose of install- ing'Hew class" oHIcers, elected At an ^arller meeting A turXey dinner was served at a tible-llghtcd by slender sellow tap- |_j Q | e y . lite smallest crowd to witness ti football game here Ihls season missed Ihe biggest bnnd perform- of the yenr Wednesday night ers In crystal holders, and ctecorat- : v hcn both '(he Forrest CHy and ed \virn \o\\ cowl; of Autumn flo»- ((Biytheville hleh school b'arkls per- c-s William W)all served as mfli».' l f 0 j! mt , (1 at , halftimc. 3 Leader of the visiting band, clad In gleaming white snlln trunks and blouse, nnd the sis majorettes highlighted the attractive^ bhie lind white uniformed visitors. Taking the field In the forin dl nn airplane, the majorettes' twirl- pinlie formation. They spelled "Chicks" to honor the local , team before marching again'the longlh of the field. . Both clowning and the Thanksgiving theme were 'emphasized by the Blylhevllle band.- Martha Trny- lor, siniillcsl member, InidKcd on liie field beiirim; a big bnss horf tei of ceremonies, t and each guest made B brief,- impromptu speech , Following dlnnei,games and singing! entertained the. guests for several hours. sbecial guests for the occasion were the Rev, and Mrs S B Wilford. Miss Evelyn Parker. P. E. Jones of McmphL Ladd, retiring class president, in charge or arrangements for the banquet. Club, Guest Entertained Mrs Charles Rose was hosier to members of the Wednesday 1 Bridge Club and one additional guest, Mrs nn(] nftci . railing, because of Uic W J Pollard, v,hcn she entertain- Ml ^i another player prescntci tA Wednesday afternoon at her: hw R c]arinet ^ ml ( UE ba , ul COI1 , home at Roscland M tailed iu march to the center o Autumn flowers In colorful hud t| lr , j| e i(j. nere arranged throughout^lhe en- ^ (] by p^^j shouse, the bam .. — ,. ^, — \JK\\ uy i' i IIIIL.^.^ «jiii/uz.i_, mu uinn ter aining looms, and the two , IK| .. Hcll . 0 .. lo honor lllc vls course luncheon was served at small u nra . tablfs In the:living roorri^ High score prizd for the afternoon Bits of News Mostly, Personal visiting, iii i cuest of. his Mrs. Marcus Evrrird and Mrs, W. 0. HiBfiliison spent today In Mem- lilts'. Mr. and Mis, llnrry Klruy bad as hoir. guests (or Thanksgiving, a of Mis. Kirby's relatives lolldays here with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. O. N. Hawkins- and ainlly. Benny itaipole is Trenton, Tent)., as t'u grandparents. Mr. lind Mrs. Ben Harpolo li&fl as their guest yesterday, J, n. Jodgcs of Memphis. Mr. itnd Mrs. u. M. Matthews nml ilauyhter, Miss Marguerite Mftt- liews, spent yesterday In Memphis. Mrs, Cecil Sbane and Mrs. J. if; Elklns f oiri Piirngould, iiicludirij; her moll: ?f, Mrs. J. B. Wilbourii, Mrs. J. E. Wilboiirri Jr., nnd daughter, Betty Loll, Air. and Mrs. W. 0. Wilbourii, Arid daughters, Joiiri, Jrinet and jeahhle, nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Frniikllh Wilbourii nnd children, jimmy lavre nml Sarnh Manning. Mrs. 3. G. Ellis Jr.,'who underwent ii niinor operation Wednesday night lit .lilylhevillo Hosjiitnl, resting well. Miss Erri Wright spent yesterday In bsccoin as iho giicsl fo Iicr bvo- Iher, Irn Wright ana family. Mtss Winnie Virgil Turner an< Airs, Victor Stilwcll nnd two chll dreri are spending Ihe liolldaj weekend In Nc\viicni, Tenn,, ii giicsts of relatives. Temperatures High Low Atlanta 47 25 Augusta Birmingham 48 Charleston 55 hiirlottc 48 Clmttiuvjogn 43 Chicago 32 Cincinnati 3d Denver. gould- Di'lroil — Jacksonville 58 Tallahassee 58 Kansas City 23 Mncon 53 Memphis 40 Miami .: :....' 09 Montgomery 54 New Orleans 59 New York 43 spent yesterday In . Para" San Aiifonlo fi3 as guests of Mrs. Shane's i Savannah. 50 irollier, Qcorge Bush find family. I Tamna GJ Mr, nnd Mrs. We J. Wunderllch Wellington 45 imve us their quests for thS.lioli- Dallas 4 ? days their dnughlcr, Miss bo'iinn llouslon 83 Wundcrllcli, who is attending Miss ' Jackson 64 MlllchlTlKon's Rf'hnnl tn Mpmrvliiq triln nnrk 43 Mulchlnson's School In Memphis, iiiVl two of her schoolmates, Miss Martha Early am! Miss Lorelei O'Connor, both of Memphis. Mis. Jmncs Hill Jr., Is resting well at Campbell's Clinic In Memphis, where slie underwent an operation Tuesday morning. Mr. am! Mrs. J. H. Edwards of New Orleans, arrived Wednesday to make their home lu're. Toiri- [iornrlly they arc the guests of Mrs. Edwards' sister, Mrs. T. W. Jeffrie. 1 ! arid Mr. Jeffries, aiul oilier relnlives until they are able to Dnd a house. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Homer and ,itl!e. Hock Slirevepovt . Miss tonimy'D" Dcriri ITatchcr has son, William Lawichce, hiid' rts As tier weekend guest, Miss Adylnc ilieir ijiiesls ycstordny her mother. '"'s of, Memphis'. Miss Hatcher, Mrs. H, K. Smith, her aunt, Miss _E. R. Jones and Mrs. Pegfsy Mamie Lyon, and her brother, H . . . in observance of I he ThanksglV- Jones' Wagner went to Memphis for ' hM d high Itig holiday, tlie band formed h her. tfirhtf nnd G iiummy, uiv u.uiu luiiuuvi 11 *ILI. V H Minvard cllurcn ' wlfh steeple to which Jcnh |, j amcs Br , nnt lfc yest( , rAa y ,i, V M Minjara. Perry ^vcnt. ^dressed^ in^Pilgrlm Newbcni,/renn., wltlv relatives. Helen, Delbridge Is Bride K. smith Jr., of \Vhcatlcy, Ark;, nil whom returned home today. Announcement has been mlde of the marriage of Miss Helen Del- bndge, daughter of T J Bass of Dell, to Roy Anlngton of Tuft, Cullf. The wedding was quietly solemnized -Saturday afternoon at the home of the officiating minister, the R£v E C Brown, pastor of First, Baptist Church ~Th£ bilde nore n black Inllorcd suit with black accessories arid a coisage of red rosebuds Mrs Arring'ton ls_a former shi- dent at Blytheville High School Mr and Mrs Arvlrigton at present are guests of relatives a£ Dell .ind after Jan 1, will make their home In Tiift. * i' » Son Is Bom Tuesday Lieut, nnd Mrs. RoBbrt L. Porte: ere the paren's of a son born Tucsdai morning St Blythcvili Army A;r Field Hospital The baby their first child,' hafe been nahid Robert L'. Jr. Mrs. Porter is the former Mis Betty Jo Hargett At The He.' JStlll As she stoo<| nt'tlic church door, rnlhs of (he boxology were heard. Both bands played throughout F iil niid fnt'nily ic giiiiie with tlie Forrest City iCiiiUevs plnylno; lustily ns tlie'y ft the field victorious. vi]| C| conn., arrived yesterday tor j, visit >vlth his brother, Sergt.'johh indther Wat Meddf or Arkansas Hero Mr..and Mrs, Grover Snider of Manila spent yesterday here as guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Kendall Berry and family, Mrs. J, Wilson ilcnry Is spending two (lays iri Memphis. Mr. and'Mrs. Herman Cross silent Thanksgiving with their daughter, Mrs. Kd'tVnrd Seagrayes apd fnm- lly at their 'plantation home nl .PAYETTEVILLE,- Ark., Dec. 1. UP)— Capl.- Maurice Britt, tlie for- licr University of Arkansas football Hlglitower. far who won t lie : Congressional Mr. arid Mrs. w. C. Calcs wll! Niedal of Honor [oi"iierolsm on tlie have us their weekend guests, Mr '(itllnti front, \ylll receive tlie bis- ai«l Mrs. Carl Bloker of Carhtlicrs- mg\llsnert Service Cross In n ccre- nony at. New Voi-k' City Doc. V. Britt, who lost an arm diiring tlie early Italian campaign, will thus bd- come the most decorated soldier of .Ills' ,wrir. Now a IrivV student at tlie iinlverslty of Arkansas after beliig retired from a'cllyc, duty, Britt al- •eady wears the Silver Star, Bronze 3(fir, Plirpie Hea'rt wlfli three oak' Idnf clusters, Military Cross of tlie British Empire and a Presidential unit citation, all iii addition to the Mctinl Of ilonor. With the Distinguished Service Cross, the former Ra/orback end will hold every ho»,or which-the U. S. can a'A'nrd an Infantryman -for gallantry in action. BlythtvlUe Hospital Admitted: Mrs. Shclbv Canard, city. Mrs; P. L; Srinfbrd,- Steele, Mo. Mrs J C E!''s Jr, Biufield Mrs. N. R. Randolph, Hayti, Mo. Mrs. /Ernest Ray,- city. Dismissed: Mrs. Helen Tweedle, rity Walla Hospital Admitted: James Robert Harrison, city. Ann Glass, Rt 1, city Dismissed Mrs C H Greer, city Lynn Funderburk, cooler, Md. Bettv Jean McOhee', city. Memphis Baptist Hospital Admitted: Mrs. Coll is Kelly, Osceola. Mrs. R. H. Cromer; Osceola, Born to Mr; and Mrs. H. ! Alexander, Wilson', a son. FROM SN1FFIY, STUFFY DISTRESS OF Instantly/ relief from sniffly, siieezy distress of hcSd colrts starts to comt when foil put n 111116 Vii-tfo-nol up each nostril. Also helps prevent many colds, from developing If used In time. Just try It! Follow directions in folder. Its,' Mrs.- JT. H. Humphrey Ls ill tit hei ome at.flOl Etist cherry Strcit. Mrs. p. E. Jones nhtl son, Cliarlc ii, of Memphis arc spending tli Thursday ~ Friday — Arid Satufday Night* 9:30 to 1 O'Clock tn the Beautiful of the HOTEL NOBLE Admission GOc Incl. Tax. 28 25 50 20 41 29 41 31 •11 29 30 44 2D 29 33 Hope Performer Has Sister In Blytheville Tuesday night Is a popular radio night for members of the J. M. Williams family, who regularly gather round .their, radios that night for the Bob Hope program on wlilclv Mrs. Williams' brother, Jeff Causey, Is a performer. . Mr. Causey, who sings with the quartette and plays wltti' the orchestra on the program, formerly was oii the Eddie Cantor program. He recently' has appe'afe'd In {Hiee motion pictures, In which • lie has speaking parts. Manuel Matz Dies Manuel Mats of Starkvnlc, Miss., ind former Blytheville merchant, lied Wednesday nt Starkvllle. Partner In the firm of Kleban and Mais', here for n number of years, he also opei'alcd stores at Starkvlllc, Tupelo and Houston, Miss. Funeral services were held Thursday at Starkvllle, where burial was made,. Convicted Officer Appeals To High Court LITTLE nOCk, Dec. 2 (UP) — Former Danville City Marshal lillc; Moss has appealed to the Arkansas Supreme Court .his two-year sentence for the fatal shooting of soldier (it Danville Aug. 12. Moss, charged with first 'degree murder of Pvt. Floyd Havncr, re cclved A change of venue frorii Ye! County to Conway Circuit Court, Conway Circuit Jury found hltr guilty of .voluntary manslaughte last Oct. 16. Criiirfor wght tudents Buy Bonds War Bond and Stamp Day was : eld Tuesday at Sudljury school, /lien pupils and teachers of the chool Invested $1418.45 in bonds ,nd stamps during the day, It was innounccd by Mrs. E. P. Pry, prln- Ipal of the school. During the afternoon the 30 children who purchased bonds- were aken lo the upostoffice, by Mrs Fry in order to personally buy Vheir bonds. About 153 pounds of bolts, mils arid rivets arc used In the average ir.ick, according to the War Pro duction Board. GIFTS DISTINCTION —l('s Smart to Shoo At— Cops Quiet Hunlcrs HARRISBUnG. 111. 'UP) - Tlie Jarrisburg police Corcc was called o maintain order when a haid- vai'C store put 350 boxes of shot:un shells, 15 shells to the box, in sale recently, Approximately 500 vould-bc purchasers lined Uie slde- viiik In front of the store and when hey couldn't b'uy tlie size they vauted, they look another size, with .he Idea of swapping with some- x)dy who needed that size or 'borrowing a neighbor's shotgun to fit shells. The Gift Shop Modern & Antique Gifts MOSS BRYAN Continuous Shov/i ETCI-J Da? Sox Offife Openn 1:45 Show Starts 2:06 1/I8TFA' TO Kl/JM m.m. 12:4S r.nu 1:11 j Last Time Today •tfends Federal Court Marcus Evrard, of Held and Evr- -(I law firm, was in Federal poiirl t Joiiesb'oio Monday, 'i'liesday nn'U /edncEciny, Iii connection willi sev- ral eases'. Among these were two niinor suits n which Lee Wilson rind Company •ere victorious lu two' suits' filed gainst Ihe government. : MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP 101 s. FIKST Phone 2532 Bring Us Your Beauty Problems MOrJEtlN KQXJirMENT EXPERT BEAUTICIANS -t:~:\ L £ eaurlfuF flowered box, with id soff-ai-miir pe'ffumej rfyjlinp powder and foiling coJogrie, J ..flovett liiaf JI'TJ ' J "1SOPKAL HIGH?'-, .. Spjc/ anj ,"nff,gu "ffSSUASIOW ir -Cr chnk oil 3 oJ«inoi'o."MllS'"' on /our Glii till. Miss Whifsitl's Shop "See What's New At Whitsift's" . By Mistake with Ahiii Matsliall & Marshi Hunt Paraniouht N'ew.s and Selected Sliorl Subjects Saturday How To Relieve ;BronchitisV Creomulsion relieves promptly because It goes right (o the seat of the trouble to help loosen and expel germ laden phlegm, and aid nature to soothe and-heal raw, tender, Inflamed broriclilftl rrtu'cous membranes. Tell your druggist to sell you a bottle of Creomulsion with the un-" derstanding you must like the way It qtcUv allays the cough or you are to ha\e 5 our money back. c CREOMULSION for Couehs, Chesf Coldsi Bronchitis TOYS RED SEAL ecotd) rpns Bncst Cbristmla pf« of afl . J. c.-c tht giHs thit keep An git-: ih^^- Victor RdMrds! Com* in to* day -mat* ymf WlettiS* eirfyl Moke Yriur Selections Now— USE OUR LAY AWAY PLAN HUBBARD HARDWARE CO. "25 Years' Continuous Service" without cliiifge to ^'Ou or, the government iDCcaiise \vq want to serve our 'comilry and we want to seVve yort.' \'OU do tliese three things; (1) Help win the Wiir, : (2) HelpVheci inflation, (3) Provide for your future, wiicn you BUY W A k B'O N D S lie First National Bank The Only National Bank in Mississippi Count/ Have The Buyers! mertt flerc An a Few HARDAWAY APLIANCE Hear Benno RABINOFF and his accompanist, Sylvia Smith, in o VIOLIN CONCERT at the High School Auditorium Blytheville Monday, Dec. 4ih, 8:15 p.m. ADULTS . 1.22 CHILDREN . 6U (All Taxes included) Sponsored by.6lytheY)Jle High School Glee Club and Band "Black Arrow" 5 and sliorl Con. Showing Sat'day 1:00 to 11:33 SunHav & Mnnttav They Met Mar ned Hortey^ mooned Ori'A 7 our Day Glericoe Hotel Phone 464 J. LOUIS CHERRY NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO, lc, Ark. I'nraniounl Nc'.vs ; Selected Shorts Cdnlliinonj Sliovini 3un. 1:15 (o 11 M»l!ne« 3*1. A .Sun. Onl; Oprnj each 'flight 6:45; »Urt3 Uptai 8and»\ t:00; KlarU LIFE & ACCIDENT INSURANCE CO. E. H. FORD, Representative 200 Lyncli Blclg. C«nt1naqnp ShnWK ?Bt. 1«rr«li K'lfbt Every Nijlit Sxlnrdr.j. N* fUMft konorcd on .<aa Ilic HSI.T SMB. Last Time Today known —These will not lost long — call or write us at 'once! HARDWARE CO. SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS, property designed, ure remembered always. Our flowers are al- Vays fresh, and all work is guaranteed to please. Let bur expert help you with your floral needs. Pb. 4tl Strrice We fteUver Anywhere Mr*. J. M. (M»f.) WIlllaiM, owner Gtencw BWf. Planters Hdw. Co. r Inc. home of SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINT DE LAVAL MILKERS and SEPARATORS GOULD'S ELECTRIC WATER PUMPS U. S. BELTING arid PACKING CANDLEWICK CRYSTALWARE COMPLETE LINES OF HARDWARE Phone 515, Blytheville, Ark. ifh Viclor Jory & I'amcli Bbkc Scicctctl Short Subjects Saturday Serial: "Ghost City" 8 and Short Con, Showing Sat'day 1:OD to 11:38 Sunday and Wnnday Fflt News and Shorts I Conttiiuuus aiiuvtiuc datu niA Ui It

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