The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 11, 1944 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, December 11, 1944
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PAGE TWO liLYTHKVlLLK COUUJKU NEWS Coming Events TUESDAY • Charlevolx Chapter of D.A.R, meeting Bt Hotel Nobie for I o'clock luncheon with Mrs. Ft. c. Rose, Mi-s. James B. Cjnrk and Mrs. O. \V. McCutchen, cohostesses. Mrs. R. B; Stout entertaining Club Eight. Mrs. Robert Porter entertaining Double G Club. Tuesday .Bridge- Club meeting with Mrs. Max B. Reid, Mrs. Robert Phillips enferlninlng 1-3 Neuve Club. Bi-Monthly Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. G. S. Bnmes.' Business and Profession!!] Women's club having Christmas dinner parly at Hotel Noble, 1:30 p.m. •• : • WEDNESDAY Wednesday Bridge Club meeting wilt;. .Mrs. W. D. Clianiblln. Mrs, G. G. Caudlll entertaining Town and Country club. Chapter "D" of P.E.O. Sisterhood meeting with Mrs, J. A. Leech. THURSDAY Mid-Week Club meeting with Mrs. Aubrey Conwtiy. Viss Patty June Davis cnlcrtnln- !n« Thursday Night Bridge Club. Thursday contract club meeting with Mrs. H. w. Wylie. Mrs. w. M. McKenzie entertaining Octette club. Fortnightly Club meeting with Kvs. S. P. Martin. Thursday Luncheon Club meet- ins with Mrs. "Byron Morse. Club ?& having dance nt American Legion Hut. FRIDAY Mrs. J. D. Smith entertaining C. B. C. Club for luncheon, 1 p.m. Mrs.' Claude Stewart entertaining Initial Club. Mrs. John Brillhnrt entertaining G.N.B. Club. . Mrs. Mitchell Yatcs entertaining Friday Rummy Club, College for Women, Columbus, , where she was a member of scv oral social organizations. Lieut. Otto Kochtilzky To Wed Mississippi Girl Ah engagement, of wide interest in this section is that of Miss Mnrjorlo Richards Stejihciison of Columbus, Miss., to Lieut, otto Morse Kochtltzky, formerly of Blylhevllle nnd now of Columbus juid.Langley Field, Vn., which has been f.nnonnced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Orady Stcplisnsbn of Columbus. Tlie bride-elect received her 13. ( ,,, ]lccu lo lnc muslc 01 t|)c N1 k , A degree from Mtoisslpp, S ate odeon. Patty Ncely and Buford r.C; IPcrfi fnr \\'miin»i P I nl,,,..l\,,^ ,. . Wiss Evelyn Hopkins Is Bride Of Soldier Miss Evelyn Hopkins, daughter of Mrs. Mattle Hopkins, became the bride of Pfe. Leo Dnnlel of Blythc- villc Avmy Air Field find Poplar Bluff, Mo., In a ceremony performed yesterday noon nt (he First Assembly of God Church. The Rev. U c. Kamscy, pastor of ho church, officiated nt the double ring ceremony. Miss Helen Ramsejn was organtst, wearing n cult of brown wool with « corsage of pink ,'osebiids. The bride wore a suit of slntc *ie gabardine with a. full length fur trimmed coat of tho same col-, or. Her accessories were of n harmonizing shade of brown, and she wore n shoulder corsage of while Tardenias. Mrs, Eddie Ford served as matron of honor, wearing an orchid suit, with a corsage of pink rosebuds. Mr. Ford was Private Daniel's jest man. Immediately after the ceremony Private and Mrs. Daniel left for a brief wedding trip to Poplar Bluff before returning hero to make their home nt 922 Lily Street. Mrs. Dirnlel vms graduated from Blythevlllc High School and for the pasl seven years lias been employed at the Thrifty Store. Private Daniel, the son of the Rev. nnd Mrs. R. J. Dnnlel of Poplar Bluff, Is with Hie medical corns at the local air field. » • • Son Born Last Monday Mr. and Mrs. Howard McCain are the parents of a son born lust Monday. The child has been rmm- cd Charles Howard. The McCains have two other children, Ro.vce, who Is seven, and Nancy, four. • • | ., . Christmas Dance Given Saturday Night At Hut Approximately 05 members of (he (cen age group aUeuded the Christmas dimce given Satuntayi night al the American Legion hut when Guy Qarrlgnn, Joim Triescli- mnnn, Rnmona Crafton, Billy Joy- ncr and Jlmmlc Lowe were htt'its and hostesses. Iced drinks were served throughout the evening as Die children danced to the music of the Nickle. ,, , \onng were winners of the jitterbug contest. c r . -.-- y—• , Chapcroncs were Miss Wnrren She spent the past y^.v !:, New Fo5tcr . Mrs . Hcnnon Cm ., t Mr ?ih™»l \" C fVV V" C(1 <"'" "'* •"><» TTleacl.rn.un. Mr.' with the Naval Department rnd nnn M , s p n . .,,> vnc ,. Mr nlu , r£!L. if' n.»T" ."f* 1 "^" with . Mrs. 'Joe Hughes. Mrs. Rosco Craf- Ltalnff "I-h,u i ' ', l ""' Mr ' Bml Mfs ' C --W. Ganigan Lieutenant > Kochtilzky son of nm , Ml , nnti , Mrs j £ cc(I Ix)vv( ,' Mr. and'Airs. Otto'Kochtltrfty. was | ' • . . , cratotcd from Lee High School p 'in • r LI I l in Columbus and Attended Uni- / a™Hy IxeUIllon IS neld vorVlty of the South, Scwanee, Tenn., where he been me ft member of Kappa Alpha fraternity. He received his commission' nnd course to the H guesU present. Holiday Banquet Tonight Members of (he Glennerf, Class of First 1 Baptist Church will have Ihcir nnnunl Christmas l«u]«.uet tonight, 1:30 o'clock, at the church, Mrs. Joe Swing, clnrs president, in cliaryc of arrnngcmcnts. Mrs. Walter Bishop Is class teacher. r,' ' ' ' , Miss Stewart Is Bride Of Staff Scrgt. Osbovne . MANILA, Ark., Dec. 11.— Miss lletsy McKee Stewart, daiiglilor of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ilrlnely Stew- nit or Dcliind Pla., became the bride of Stuff Scrgt. Joseph W. Osborne, son of Mrs. J. W. Osborne and the Into Mr. Osborne of Manila, In :i ceremony nolcmnlml at high noon last Monday. The altar of the Manila Methodist' Church wiis banked with greenery, nnd flanked with Moor baskets ol giant white chrysanthemums to forjn a background for the bridal parly. The Rev. O. M. Campbell, pastor of the church, of/lclatt'd nl the service. Mrs-. Woodrow Hiitton was pianist, and Mrs. W. E. Lawhorn, vocalist. The bride wore a street length dress of canary sheer wool and her ilowers were n corsage of Sweetheart rosebuds, Mrs. Vardlman Osbornc, matron ol honor, wore n dress of powder blue wool with a gold belt nnd a corsage of Talisman rosebuds. V. B. Osborne served ns his brother's best num. Immediately following the ceremony the couple loft for a Southern wedding trip Iwfore returning to Fairmont Air Field, Geneva, Neb., whore Sergennl Osbornc Is stationed. At The Hospitals ' Wall 1 ; Hospital Admitted: Dick Phnmner. Steele, Mo. Pay Adams, Braggadocio, Mo. Will Thoni, city. Mrs. J. M. Pmnklln, city. Dismissed: .1. M. Lomnnck, city. Mrs. E. C. Blnckwell, city. Juunlla Ebcrcit. city. Ulylhevlllc Hospital Admitted: Mrs. clarence Howard, city. Dismissed: Mrs. Clarence Howard, city. Dismissed: Mrs. Gcan Atkinson imd baby city. Mrs! N. It. Randolph, Hayti, Mo. Mrs. Shelby Canard, city. Memphis. Raulist Hospital Admitted: Halph Warth, Haytl, Mo. Bits Of News " Mostly, Personal l!ob Goodrich returned to Pails, Te;m., tlil.s morning after n week's visit here with his mother, Mrs. E. A. Goodrich and family. Mrs. John niyihe is able to be out after a week's illness with lu- flueriKt. Mr. and Mrs, Doyle Turner nnd son, Bobby, were caljc<l to Bnle/iViile All:., ycsterdt.y by the death of her father, ti retired Presbyterian minister, who d'cd Saturday nt his home in slncveport, La. Funeral services will be held In Batcsyllle; Mr. and Mrs, H, T. BlythT~of Memphis .spent yesterday hero with his mother, Mrs, John Blythp, and his sisters, Mrs. Frank Grcer nnd Mrs. William Malln and their families. Mr. and Mrs. Mclvin Halscl) and Mrs. c. L. Nnbcrs spent today In Memphis. Mrs. S. P. Crafton nnd her daughter, Mrs. J. p. Tomllnson and daughter, Betty Lou, left Saturday for 81. I^ouls, where they will spend 10 days with [mother of Mrs. Cral- tons daughters, Mrs. Adolphu Hcinickc and Mr. Helnlcke. 1 S. c. Moore is ill at his home at 700 West Wnlnut. Mrs. A. M. Butt is Improved at her home after having been ill for the past week. Condition of L. T. Moore Sr,, who i:; critically 111 at his home. ,was slightly improved this morning. His daughter,. Mrs. Mary Moore Phillips, returned Saturday to llunlsvllle, Aln., flfler having- come 'icre last, week to be with her 'alhcv, Mr. Moore's BOH, L. T. Moore Jr., who al.'.o came last week irom Waco. Texas, will remain uere until after the holidays. Miss Jean O'Brien of Memphis wr.s the weekend guest of her uncle nnd aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher nnd family. Mrs. Helen Abraham is in Syracuse, N. Y., where she wot, called last week because of the death of I lev father. MONDAY, CK 11, Head Courier News Want Arti. Health Champ \vhiss ns .a navigator at, Ellington Field, Texns, where'he since lias been stationed as an instructor , until transferred recently. •n,a ••cr'Ki.hfiH •"—-••'• . u. .^mie, seaman i-c, nnd Mrs. Lane, the Korhtitzky familv, nronnn- who „,.„ ointtonecl „, Miiiinirt™. cnt both in Southeast Missouri and - Rationed nt MIIHiveton, Blvthevilic, moved to Columbus in 1935 after having resided here for n number of years. Miss Smith Complimented At Dinner Party Saturday Miss Elizabeth Smith, bride-elect of Corp. Fred Dyer Wade of Blythe- vllle nnd Camp Crowder, Mo., was giiest of honor nt a dinner party nnd lingerie shower Saturday night when Mrs. Robert Wade Jr., nnd Mrs. L. A. Berry Jr., entertained nt the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Wads. pinner was served bullet style from a Jace draped table, centered with n shallow bowl of pink nnd 'white carnations. The holiday theme v.-n'ii remembered In n Christmas scons arranged on the buffet, and in'the vases of red Radiance roses used to decorate the living room. Following dinner, Miss Smith was presented with gifts of lingerie from Ihe 12 guests present, ami later the croup attended the picture show. iiiss Smith,' whose marriage to Corporal Wade will be 'solemnized Thursday afternoon, again will bo complimented tomorrow night when Mrs. E. R. Dickinson and her daughter, firs. B. J. Allen Jr., will entertain with a dinner nt their country home. '- * * * MJ-S. Barnes I s Hostess The approaching holiday was c-npliatized in the decorations of the T. J. Barnes home Friday afternoon when rVfrs. Barnes cnler- tsined members of the Fridaj Rumrn}' Club and one guest Mrs Victor Stilwell, at a party. In the rummy games played. Mri LaFayette May won high score prize'and Mrs. Stilwell second high I A. salad plate jrtth coffee was , served, and names were exchanged lor the Christmas party to be held rjex£ .Friday. nd Mr. nn jnne nnd their son, Robert Enrl, all if Tunica, Miss., who joined 'l\Ir. nd Mrs. Allen nnd her mother, Mrs, R. C. Lnnc, for the day. , Because Mr. Allen nnd Mrs. John Lnnc both will celebrate their birth- lays this week, n birthday cnko vas n feature of the menu. The nfte'inoon wns spent informally. v • • nfanl Son I s Named Clyde Raymond Van Horn 11, is he nnme given to the son born Sunday. Dec. 3, to Capt. nnd Mrs. C.- R. Vnn Horn of Smyrna, Tcnn. Mrs. Vnn Horn is thc former Miss Sarn Evrard of Blythcville. A.A.U.W. Has Meeting Miss Rosa Hardy and Mrs. O. E. ^uellmalz were hostesses to members of the Association of American University Women when they enlcr- tnincd Saturday afternoon at the Quollnmlz home. Theme lor the nftcruoon's program, presented by Miss Hnrrly, was "Post-War Education." Tlie hostesses served n dessert lelief At Last ForYour Cough Creomulslon relieves pios.f-Jiv ! , to lielp loosen ani expe germ laden phlegm, and aid natur itaffiffi ""J 1 ? 1 ra ™ tender? n nohied broncrrial mucous mem ^feTell your druegS to ^ a Dottle of Creomulsl6H with the un- GREOMOtSlON The home of Mr, nnd Mrs. E. J. yesterday was the scene of a nnilly reunion of members of Mrs.' .lien's family, nnd for n joint celc- ralion of Ihe birthdays of Mr. Al- 211 nnd onu of the guests. Here for the occasion were John I. Lone, sciunnn i-c, nnd Mrs. Lane, *»-,%*! . 1^" && <*WW-<s L^Ma&afi From incubator and operating (able to health champion— that's llic story of bright-eyed Elizabeth Ann Laughncr, 18, of Leetonit), O., above. Chosen ;is one of four national health champs at Nnlionnl $-H club Congress, Chicago, she was born so frail she was nn incubator baby, wns ill during much of her childhood, with a serious operation nl 8, but today she's nt as n fiddle, is five feel, 3',i- inches (nl), and weighs 112 pounds. Miss Laiighncr is n frcshman'at Wiltcnbcrg College Meetings New York Shop Tor Men Only' Attracts Women NEW YORK, Dec. 11 (UP)- She got Icrj up with women, so she opened H i-hop wlfh "Men Only" written In large gilt letters over the door. Hut c-ven that hasn't kept out tlie determined weaker sex, And Mrs. Antoinette Qullleret, the woman-hater, is about ready lo cry "Uncle". Hht has done everything she could think of to discourage women from shopping In her exclusive New York hideout in uhlcli she (rles to sell women's things to men only. 'f7u' piicc.s are out of reach for mcst womi-n. All advertisements me sent only to men. und only to tholr offices. But the wives jntm- nge to ferret them out of their husbands pockets, In Wet, Mrs. Qiillleret even made speeches. She uild thc women that If they Icnvc the men alone, the men will buy more for the women. Bui the gals wouldn't heed the advice. They have invaded (lie man's (hoj). And (lie so-called weaker sex nns proved too strong for Mrs. Qiiilleret. However, she still ha.s hopes of keeping- them out. of Ihe second floor, a natly little spot, where black silk Klips begin at $(j(). She says wistfully, "I can at least tar llicin from the stairs. 'Hint Is llic plnce where men nrc supposed to shop In private, without being embarrassed by women looking over Iheir shoulders." A few, very few, women came in, pick out a few things nnd then send iu n mnn with a pockelbook. That, siiid Mrs. Qxilllcret, is all right. So are the women who come in with the men. But the others, well, Mrs. Qiiille- ret lias been fed tip with (hem for a long time, ever since she was connected with one of the finest dress salons hi Paris. She almost changed her mind In Bristol, Va., where slie worked with 1200 women wnr workers, and liked it. Nor does this Mrs. Quillcrct mind her saleswomen or her blonde irmntieciulns. Mrs. Quillcrct explains these exceptions by snylnj, "They nre like me. They nre fed up with ivoiiicn. too, ut least women who shop." Then her brown eyes snapped as she hit on an idea, "Maybe after Christmas I can get whnt you call lough with them, maybe I ciin even gel a bouncer." Women sho[)ix>rs had better watch out, because Mrs. Quillcrct has a fighting gleam in her eye: She's all set to roll up her sleeves make those words pn her shop door come true, for men only. A special call meeting of thc American Legion Auxiliary will be held tomorrow night, 7:30 o'clock, nt the hut. Mrs. Joe Scruggs, president, today asked thai nil mcm- 's mnkc i\ special effort to attend. Thc meeting of the Dorcas Snn- dny School Clnss of First Baptist Church, scheduled for Friday, afternoon, hiis been postponed until Jn(rr date. Mon; tlimi 'Ifl.oao women nre part of the civilian force manning the U. S. Army's storage de|Kits. GET ; Mllh a MedieEne Ihat will hove ll!«lf If you suffer from rheumatic pain or muscular aches, buy C-2223 today for real nain-rcHri'in<>- hr°ln fifir- «i t FcDsi-Cola Company, Lang Island City, A'. J'. -rnnchisp,! lioltU-r! Pcpsi-ColH Hn.Ulinu Co. of Hlyihcvilli WhHwi your linens safely! 1. Don't churn things too long in Ihe washing machine. Reduce rubbing by hand to minimum.' 2. Avoid an inferior bleach, which may bo uncontrolled in action, and damage precious Uncns. 3. Whiten safely with Purcxl Remember-only Pure* ia made by the exclusive Inlrnfil Process, insuring thc same uniform bleaching action from every bottle. Linens last longer! GENT1E TO LINENS THE COtUROllED-ACTION tlEACH Boudofr Gifl Com- panion* for America'* f €\e,,,c Oncftcf Haw ond cf.fiertnl perfume —a tiny touch losli oil day. Light 01 air powder in psrfumc-lcf ps you (rcsfi orxl dointy. Hos a wondofful way of lingering for houn-o frvly differertl <o!ognc. ftjtf.!nof<rtg -^--~-'~ ,fit/,t'cir/vliy/,<'(<p: fr l <JOO -, . 1 , r7flJttl'T^tC-tt [ol'^hlOJ I tfltll m WHiisnrs SHOP "See What's New at WhitsiH's" Stee/e Resident Is Buried There Friday Mrs. Fannie S. Kellcy of Steele, *x, died Thursday at thc home of ta son, Jnck Kclley. Slie wns 83. Mrs. Kelley hud lived 31 years in Steelc. To her friends she iras nf- 'ecttonately known as "Aunt Fan- lie." She leaves two sons, Jnck and 'red L. Kclley of Steele; three uuuiiiers, Mrs. Leonard Cochran of Los Angeles, Miss Ellen Kelley of Steele, nnd Mrs. Emma Armstrong of Memphis: two brothers, C c Wilson of stccle, R. L. Wilson and one slsler, Mrs. Attie Bird Haynes if Murfreesboro, Tenn. She Is sur- •ivecl by 13 grandchildren and two ;rcnl-grandchlUli'en. Funeral services were held Fri- Heads Red Cross '^ K Karl Burckhardt, iibove, former League of Nations High Commissioner for Danzig, will become International Red Cross president, succeeding Max llu- bcr, resigned. Burckhardt has been a member of the Reel Cross committee at Geneva since 1933. S Osceola k)ciety—Personal Condition of Den F. Butler, who has been quite 111, Is Improved, Ben F. Butler Jr., who is with the Navy lit Piirccli, Okla., came last v;eek for a visit with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Young have returned from a trip to Washington, D. C., nnd Philadelphia, Pa. Mrs. Young attended to business in Washington and Mrs. Young visited her sister, Mrs. M. L. Glngcll in Philadelphia. Mrs, James E. Hyatt has gone to Fort Smith, Ark., to join her hus- baiKipMajor Hyatt, who has just rcluffifxr from 28 months overseas £e|-\flcc'. MVi and'' Mrs. James J. Best Jr., of' Portland, Ore., have arrived for a visit with his mother, Mrs. J. J. Best. Mr. Best, a quartermaster 2-c in the Navy, will • return to Portland for reassignment, while Mrs. Uest will remain here with his mother. Wallace Shinn, seaman i-c, of Olntha, Knns., Naval Base, is spending Ills 10-day leave here with his wife and family. Returns From Pacific Pfc. William Everett Reid, of Osceola, is among the Marines at San Diego awaiting start of their 30- day furloughs. He has arrived in the states from the Pacific war Mnc where he has been stationed many months. Nearly 82,000,090,0(10 worth of Ar- jnj' Ordnance battle equipment was delivered to u. S. Armed forces during August. day nl Ihe Church of Christ by the Rev. H. E. Pierce, nurial was made nt Mount Zlon Cemetery with German Undertaking Company in charge. TAME Olvc ll " lal wel1 Broomed look. AJcl lustre. Keep your UNRULY lialr lying tint. Ahvny.s use U M * Q MorpHne Hair Toivje. Large • IMIIf botllo 25c. Sold orcrysrtiore. Let us LAUNDER your HOLIDAY LINEN Lot us relieve you of burdensome 1 a u u d.r y over the holidays . . . nnd all year through .. . send UK everything from the children's sturdy play clothes to your : most precious • lingerie. . )You,'ll.,ijke .bur service. Do not risk (iisappoint- , menf. ACT NOW! LIFE & ACCIDENT INSURANCE Cp; E. H. FORD, Representative ZW Lynch Rlrtg. Make Your Selections Now— USE OUR LAYAWAY PLAN HUBBARD HARDWARE CO. "25 Years' Continuous Service" SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS, properly designed, nre remembered always. Our Bowers are always fresh, and all work Is guaranteed to please. Let our eipert Jesigners help you with your floral needs FLOWER SHOP r.T.D. Berrfo* fy e Deliver Anywher* Ph. Ml Mn. J. IS. (M»c) WOlUnu. owner - Qtencoe Bldf. Planlers Hdw. Co., Inc. home of SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINT DE LAVAL MILKERS and SEPARATORS GOULD'S ELECTRIC WATER PUMPS U. S. BELTING and PACKING CANDLEWICK CRYSTALWARE COMPLETE LINES OF HARDWARE Phone 515,.Blythevllle, Ark. Leon Duc/os In Navy Leon Arthur Duclas, who went lo Uttle Rock recently to take lii.v Hellmiiiiiry tests for entering the ^'nvy, did not return home bolero icginnlng service. Passing the test for study O f radnr, he was told the N'nvy needed him Immediately null so lie began service nt once. from Camp HoMnwn he was sent to San Diego, Calif., for . Eldest son of Mr. nnd Mrs. A. c. Duclas, he Is nltnost 18. MARGARET'S HEAUTY S1IOI' IM S. FinST Phone 2532 Bring Us Your Beauty Problems MODEItN EQUIPMENT EXI'EKT BEAUTICIANS Visit Us In Our NEW BUILDING LncatW at 121 E. Main St. T. I. SEAY MOTOR CO, Chrysler Denier - Tarts ft Service 121 E. Main Flione 2122 GIFTS of DISTINCTION —It's Smart to Shop At— The Gift Shop Modem & Antique Gifta MOSS BRYAN • Contlnnoiu Shows Every Day Box Office Opuns 1 :< Show Starts 2:08 LISTEN TO KLi;h Last Time Today Fighting with John Wayne and Susan llaywnrd Paramount News and Selected Short Subjects ^""^••^••"•™»"«"—»——•^••i^^^^^^^^ Tuesday & Wednesday Double Feature n Ploy Oy PiChord Swonn t, Edmynti Joioph • Adopiod by fi chard Weil • FfOm a Tloy by Harvoy J.O'HiggiM ar.d Harriot ford and Dangerous Journey with Dennis Hooscvrll Tour M»tln«j 8»l. San. Onlj Opcof esch flight 5:45; iUrt« i Open* 8nniJ»j 1:00; SUrU 1:11 oai Showi But. MI( R,n NljUt Eve Lust Time Tociny Kansas City Kitty with Joan Davis <S: I!ob Crosby Ko.\ News A- Selected Short Subject Tuesday & Wednesday Stars on Parade with Lynn Mcrrick and Larry Parks Selected Shorts

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