The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 27, 1944 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, December 27, 1944
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PAGE TWO BLYTUKVILLE COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 27, 10-M Holiday Dance Is Given At American Legion Hut • The Hut was the scene last, night of a holiday dance attended by 100 members of the 'teou age group when hosts and hostesses Included Shirley King, •, Maureen Karris, Vivian Taylor, Jim Lancashire and Russell Phillips Jr. Opep fires in the huge fireplaces In tlie lounge and the hialn toll- room of -the Hut. added a note of gaiety to the setting,. with . vases of red .carnatloiis arid Christmas potnseltlfls arranged .throughout the lounge where the guests were received'by. the hosts and hostesses and their parents. Iced drinks Arid cookies were served throughout .tho evening from a. refreshment bar. Prizes -in tlie Jitterbug contest were awarded. Jane Adur.i'i nnd C. E. Crlgger rii, and v-iv'tri T:iy- lor and Nathan Wade,-«'• ' two couples, lied for' first honors. 'Out-of-town'- guests il It ending the affair liicluded Orlando Sanchez .of San Juan, Puerto Hico, housegtiest of C. G. Redman Jr., Virginia Walton Brooks of Memphis, who is visiting her grandmother, Mrs. Allan Walton, Jane Adams, Anne Conway White and Frank Williams • Jr., of Osceola. • Chapcrbnes were Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher King, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel P. Morris.. Mrs. Herman Tavlor, Mr. and Mrs. E. n. Lan- cnsi'lre and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Phillips. Miss Chisrh Is_ Bride Of M-Sergti Bfizerhore Announcement h'rts bceri made of' the marriage of Miss Ellen Chism, daughter; of Mrs. Elizabeth Chtshi arid, the late Otis W. Oh ism, to Master Scfgt. T. J. Bazemore of Oulander, N. C., ton of Mrs. T. P. Bazemore .and the fates Mr. Basemore 9!. Pulander. .... The marriage was quietly solemnized^ Dec. S in Wilmington, Del,, at the hbrric .of the riev. P. Raymond .Baker,; ptflciatlrig minister, Mrs. Ba'zciiiore. attended school In Blytheville rind later was employed at.BIyfheville Army Air Field. For the'past year she has been erigag- id in defense work Iri Memphis.' Sergeant Bazemore wfis Bradiint- cd from Oularider High.School and has been hi.(He Anriy lor the p'ast six years, haying served in Africa South America, and trie Pacific. S€rgc&rit'.ah'd .Mrs^ Bazenwfb now nre!!hinkIfiB their home in Wiltri- .. ington, while he Is stationed at New. -Castle Army Air Base. Former Local Girl Weds ,. Of Interest in Biytheville, former Home of the bride, Is the announcement of the marriage of Pfc. Jifnn- ita Hill, daughter,of Mr. nnd Mrs. Forrest .L. .Hill of Lake City, formerly of Blytheville,; to Pfc. Joseph E. Lewis. Jr., of .New Orleans, La. Tlie marriage was quietly solemnized' af 8:30 o'clock Saturday night in tlic post.chapel at Keri. neciy' Oeneral Hospital In Memphis. Chaplain James' Troy read the double ring .ceremony, nnd the. chapel organist gave a program ot nuptial iniislc. . Pfc. Rita McNulty served sis maid o'f .honor,'and ..Tjeut. JameS R. Spltalhy as. 6est rrlan. The bride formerly attended Biytheyille schools before moving with her family to Lake City, where she was^raduated from high school. She now is stationed at Fourth Ferrying ' Group, WAC Squadron, in Memphis: '.Private. Lewis, the son of Mr. am] Mrs.- Joseph ; ( E. .Lewis of New Orleans, now. is; stationed at Camp Myles Sfnndish, Miss., where lie is with.the. Army Air K.rnc Wn.1. Mrs. England.'Entertains La Neuve Club And Guests 1 . •. ' / Members' of La Neuve Club and several additional guests were complimented by Mrs. Farmer England last.night when she entertained at her-home on West Walnut Street in honor of her sister, Miss Nancy Winbjirn .of Arkadelphla, who Is visiting here through (he holidays. Bridge wa's played in the living room, gay with traditional Yuletide decoratl&ns. High score prize Miss Farrell Is Married Miss Ann Elizabeth Parrcll, jraiiddaughtcr of Mrs, Eva Eiklns of Wilson, became the bride of Unidlcy Nell I of Tusca- iosn, Ala., In a' ceremony solemnized Thursday night, Dec. 14, nt Wilton Methodist Church. Mrs. Leo Sclnclch Jr., lighted the tapers, niid the musical program was given by Miss .Mary Symonds. . .,, , Tlie bride, given In marriage by her uncle, E. H. Buchanan of Memphis, wore an original model of blue and white crepe. Her only attendant was her cousin, Miss Sarah Elklns, also of Wilson. Charles Elklns, uncle of the uridc, served «s test man. Mrs. Dora Merrill entertained with a. wedding dinner immediately following the ccrenvmy. Tho bride was graduated frpm Wilson High School, attended University of Tennessee at Knoxvl)lc, and now Is a student nl University of Alabama .at Tuscnloosn, where Mr, Nclll is associated with his father In newspaper business and is employed by the public relations office. Miss Black Is Hostess At Holiday Dinner Party t A Christinas Eve dinner party was given by Miss Betty Black when she had seven couples as guests. Tlic affair was at the home ot her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. P. E. Black, where a Christmas selling added lo the occasion. A ghlly trlriimbd tree nnd iHo Inurcl-bnnked maiitclj where lap'e.ri burned, were reflclc'd Iri the: large mirror above the opcri flrb. Bouquets of cnrnnlions and polled poirisettlas added to the living roon'i adornments. Centerpiece of the dining table was a crystal epcrgrfe' of pink car- natloiis-rind two small tables used were decorated with pale' green Blowing tapers on gfecnefy basol '• A throe course iiieriu whs SerVcd. Gifts, brought bj\Uie giiesti, were distributed to highlight the cnUr- l-aitiment following dinner. Miss Grouse Is Bride MANILA, Ark., Dec. 21. — Announcement, lias been made of (h( marriage of Miss Delphla Cro\isc daughter of Mr. mid Mrs. Cha'rle; Ci'ouse, to Carol Wnddell, son of Mr. wirt .Mrs. I/. V. Wnrirtell. The marriage was solemnized in n double ring ceremony Dec. 14 In Blytheville, with the Rev. S. n wilford; pastor of First Mclhodlf\ Church, officiating. The bride wore- n dress of blur jersey with black, accessories arid a' corsage of sweetheart rosebuds' Tlic bridegroom recently returned from a .year's overseas service with the Army nnd will leave this ivctk tor California for reassignment. * « « Surrency Is Bride Of T-Sergt. J.J. Hcdiey Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Surrency o! Adel, On'., nnnouiice the mrirringr of their daughter, Miss lidrls Surrency of Blytheville, to Tech. Scrgl Joseph j. Hcdiey,-son of Mr. am'. Mrs. Joseph Hcdiey of Buffalo, N. Y The ring ceremony wits solemnized on Saturday nt the post cliapel nt Dlythei'llle Ariny Air Field, will: the Rev. Freder^k J. Klmriiett officiating. The bride wore ft street length two piece suit of Elennor bln'e with a inritcldng hat of felt. Her shoulder corsage wns of yellow rosebuds. Lieiit. Evelyn Miiltdn served n: maid of honor and the bride's onl attendant, while First Scrgt. Carl Ertzsvas Sergeant Hedley's best mnu Immediately following the ceremony, Scrgeniit nnd Mrs. Italic 1 , left for n brief wedding trip to Buffalo be-fore returning here to mata their home while he is stationed at the local airfield. Mrs. Hedlcy attended Freeman Business College. Albany, Ga., and has been employed by tlie Army Bits of News Mostly Personal Assigned Here Air Forces for the past four years, having been at Spcnco Field, On prior lo transferring to BAAF. Sergeant Hcdiey attended St. Joseph's Collegiate Institute, Buffalo, prior to nls enlistment In the 'armed forces. Hi jri score prize among club'u i- i n .. T members was awarded Mrs. Richard Holiday tally Is B. Logan. <Jr., and second high Mrs., Melviri Halsell, .while went to Ml.s , . . Shouse enter ,Mr,ed 3gS^^"—J . .^ Miss Mnry Emily Wilson of Memphis .spent the holiday wcckcnc here with her mother, Mrs. li, I(. Wilson nnd family. Lieut. Milton E. Wcl)b, who has been stationed at Camp llarkley, Texas, spent the Christmas holidays here with his parents, Mr, nnd Mrs. S. E. Webb before (jolng to chlmeo for a visit with his wife before being reassigned. Tom A. Tlnln ol l.lnden, Tcnn., sprat the holidays here wllh his sister, Mrs, H. u. Wilson nnd family..He was accompanied home by Ills, nephew, John Brim! Wilson, who will spend the remainder of the week visiting relatives in Lnwrcncc- buri! and Adnmsvillc, Tcnn. Tecli. Sergt. and Mrs. Harrell Davis nnd Infant daughter, Jann Ixjc, left this afternoon lo return lo Port Knox, Ky., nfter n holiday visit here with Sergeant Davis, mother, Mrs. Essie Davis, and his sister, Miss t'nlly June Davis. , Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Hodgeis had as their gucsls IhrcJ.igh the holidays Mr. and Mrs. Troy MltchcM and daughter. Miss Alice Louise Mitchell, all of I'aducnh, Ky., par- iiits nnd slsler.of Corp. Jackie Mlt- clicll of Blytheville A liny Air Field. They were accompanied back to Pa- duciih by their son nnd his Mancee, Miss Betty Rodgcrs, who will visit tlicui uiitll Friday.. Mrs. S. P. Craft.on had as her :*( for the .holidays her dniigh- i, Mrs. Adolphe Heinickc nnd Mr. elnlcke of St, Louis, her son, Leo rqfton and dniightcr, Miss Mary osephlne Crnfton, nnd nnothcr son, cslje.P. Qraflon, Mrs. Crnftou and iplr children, Leslie Jr., nnd Hetty lice Crnfton, nil of Conwny. All the Isltors returned to their homes yes- rdny. Mrs.,W. P. Brewer, .who is under- ilng treatment at Walls Hospital, unproved. Mrs. Cornelius Modinger Jr., of orgnnflcld, Ky,, arrived ycslcrdnv lernoon for a visit wHh Mr. nnd Vs.. Cornelius Modinger Sr., and mlly. MJ;. and Mrs. O. U Paul have turned to (heir home in Mus- ogce; Okln., after n three-day sit here ivith his sisters, Mrs. Iva POD nnd Mrs. B. P. Loflin. Mr. nnd Mrs. Loy Welch toliirn- I home last night nfter n holiday sit .wllh Mr. Welch's brother, C. . Welch and family in Drew, iss. Mrs. Mildred Bnleman is ill at cr home nt E-18 West Main Street. Robert Madcrls of Memphis Iws .•rived for n visit with his amirs, rs. Elva Poe and Mrs 11. F oflln. Miss Jewel Hire, petty officer 3-c i Ihe WAVES, stationed nt lliUch- on, Knns.. arrived yesterday lo lend her 10-day Icnve here with ei- parents, Mr. and Mrs. i,. T. Ice nnd family. Pvl, J. W. Barber~has relumed ) ' Camp Robinson, Ark., nfter lending n brief Christ nms fiir- niRh here with Mr;,. Barber and 'her relatives. Miss Louise Rice of Memphis 'rts the holiday guest of her par- nls, Mr. nnd Mrs. L. 1. Rice and inilly. ,• Miss Vivicnnc Moore, who Is a tud'cnt nt llendrix College, C'on- ny, Ark., is spending the Christins holidays here with hor molh- • r Mrs. N. i\icorc and family. Mrs. J. D. McOill nnd daugh- cr, Miss Nnncy McGill, left this lornlng for Memphis nnrt Soincr- ille, Tcnn., lo spend several days •Ith relatives. Miss McGill. n slu- cnt nt University of Mississippi. Ixford, will return there next •eck. , Pvt. Bob Blnylock has returned i Cninii Robinson. Ark., alter pending a. brief Christmas fur- ;h here with Mrs. Bluylock ml his parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. R. "•. Blnylock. Private Blaytock re- ;ly qualified as cxiwrt on the Iflo range at Cami> Robinson. Mrs. S. K. Vail is ill at her home t 518 West Main Street. Mr. and Mrs. Srm Littleton and nughtcr, Gwendolyn. Fjii'nt the •hristmns holidays In Ossrk, Ark., •1th relatives. Stflff Sergl. nnd Mr. Olon Spray- ierry of Cam!) Chnlfcc, Ark., arc pending the holidays here with Ills the. games, and a dessert course Games were played for sevcro at the conclusion of the evening, hours before the hostess, asststec Guests m addit on Id club mehi- by her mother, served refrcshaients bers. Included..Miss Hughes, Miss of sandwiches, cookies slid Iced Mary Helen Mc.ore, Miss Eugenia drinks. Crawford, Mrs. Stephen Thurslon, and Miss \Vlnbiirri. . i Read Courier News Want Aos. Grandma Switches Millions of Mothers to Her. Idea of Mutton Suet and Medication "Old Rsjiibta" FM Relieving theit tolds' Muscle tightness—Couglilng, N«»r»i|ic and u Rlieuniati£ Pain, Chapped lips and Kostrilj. Sim- pk Brmset *nd Sprains and Many Other Mom« Ui«S. 'Grandma was a great one for "rubbing" ttiu miseries cj .chest colds and many other simple pains and aches of her family.- The rub she used was medicated in her own way but she" insisted that it contain mutton' stfet. She liked the \vay mutton suet disappeared as it helped carry medication lo nervb ends in the skin to relieve pain. Today science has modernized Grandma's, old-time pain relief principle to bring you Penetfd, the salye with a base that contains old, fashioned mutton suet plu3 6 active, ingredients., Now mothers ev- 0.17wjiere-are praising this newer relief ami thanking Grandma for her Jflea 4 that ;s switching hsbiia of long standing. Dn'fing this season of co1de ( Penetrc; la so helpful in egstn^chftst^niuscle tightness', sootnmj chest rawness, loosening ihleghi arid relieving colighs iilibbed on chest, throat, back il nells iristaritly, quickly vauisliei to act 3 ways—m To relieve pair at nerve ends in skin. (2) To case chest muscle tightness by counter irritation. (3) To soothe irritated breath liassages through inhalei aromatic vapors. Many households call Fcnetfo a real friend in so many other way? too—as it cases neuralgic and rhftu rriatic pnin, takes sting frbn chapped lips ami nostrils, acts a soothing dressing for bruises, mi nor cuts. No wonder mothers toda arc praising Pcnetro and druggist everywhere are recommending it So clean, so white, so ta'sy-tij-us and such a comfortrbrlngef. for £ many simple every day hcmo need Do as millions are doing—toda S«t your jar of economical Pehetr First. Lieut. Dorothy :jvt. Foxworth reported for duty last week and is assigned to duty as com- innndliij; officer of Section D, succeeding Lieut. Grace Manning, who lias been transferred to Greenwood, Miss. LieiKciiiint Fpxwoiih enlisted November H. 1942, and wns called lo duty a week Inter. After brief service In tile ranb, she won her commission Feb. 0, 1943, She was Ihen assigned a platoon commarid- cr at Port dglethorjic, ba. After, transferriiiK.lo iiarlingen, Tex., to. activate a WAG company, she became commander ot lh.6 new corhV pnhy nnd held llils post iiritll or-' tierce! here. A imtlve of Mbhcks Cbth'er, 8. C., f.he received most of Her college; cdiientloii nt the University of Sotilli C'nrollnn, thouRh slie also studied nt Furnmn University nnd nt Ihti College of Chnrie.sich, bblli In South Carolina, ns:wejl as.iit Duke University in North Carolina. • , , Lieutenant Foxworth L4 not..the only member ,of .hbr immediate fnmllv who .is In tiio Bervlce. Her husband, .Harry , JPqxwpHJv .,is "somewhere, in .Germany'!, with,the Infantry, anci has just been p moled to slnff sergeant. Babson Forecast (Continued from Page 1) 47, Anticipating Ihe expected dc- :llne In Federal taxes, 1045 should surely sec a falling off In the, price of inost municipal and probably other tax-exempt bonds. 18. The highest grade corporation tionds will dccli.nb during 1945. •t<>. Investors iv;;i give much more attention to diversification and staggered bond maturities during 1045. 50. More public utilities will he Liken over by municipalities nnd "Authorities" during 1945. ileal Kstiifc 61 Suburban real estate will be in much greater demand with higher prices during 1945. 52, City real estate should hold Its own, excepting In the congested war areas where declines may set In. 63. Small productive farms will continue to increase in price; but large farms may sell for less in 1945 than In 1844. 54. Building will show a considerable Increase. Contracts will be up 257<>, but prices inny be a little lower due to Increases In lumber arid cement production. 55. There will be no changes in residential rents during 1945. -'5G. Heal estate will be helped by Congress ceasing to induct any more men into the armed services after Jiine 30. 1945. Politics ami Postwar 1'eacii 51. The uncertain political factor pf 1915 will lie Mr. Roosevelt. Pco- |)ie will sbdii fear (list lie may resign before the next Congressional Elections cither on iiccoutit of ill health or to become head of a Peace Commission or new World Organization. 58. Our foreign headaches will become worse nnd more frequent during 1945. What we arS going through to reorganize Italy, will be repeated in many other countriee. 59. Ttie LatHi American honey- mooii has n'assM its peak. The attitude of Argentina, will extend to other countries and our South American troubles during 19-15. will iiicrchse GO. 1945 will sSe more religious interest, including more church going, tha'n did 19-14. People gradually are realizing that without rt Spiritual Awakening no peace or other plrnis will be much good. Nations .cannot be depended upon Id cooperate' and stick to their agreements unless they recognize God as th'flf real Rulifr nm! Oilide. Bride and Husband VWio He/pec/ French Underground Reunited MONTREAL, Dee. 27, (UP)-A Three (lays later Sonla was back 20-year-old blonde and pretty Eng- inside the Allied lines with vnlu- llsh girl joined her French-Conn- able information dlan husband In Qucboc yesterday, She says, "We traveled mostly Together thfey are making gay ami on fool,. slopping at latin, houses beaut ful plans for the holidays, i for food siicitfcr while wa And being together, ihby are posed as ordinary French civilians" gradually forgetting the horror of I And Sonla recalls "I often ate France before' D-Day, their owii'at the. same restivlrant with dangerous roles lii (lie grim drama - on June J, 1942,' he was employed ' as a clerk by Arkansas-Missouri .Power Corporation. His parents, Mr. '.and Mrs. N. W. Trantham, live at lie Blyihevllls! address. of laying tiie groundwork for the coining of liberation forces. It Is an unbelievable story, the !ale of the handsome officer and his lovely convent-bred bride. It is a story that rivals the scalp-tingling adventures of a wartime best seller. But tilts story did riot begirt in Oesla'po men assigned to,hunt.for me but I was never recognized." For four.uiieasy months' srie had no news of. her husband. But finally on 'Sc'pt.'.'l they hiu! H joyful reunion in Paris. . . \ The captain had been fighting witli^he., Maquis apd he tells of '{ when (he underground Nazi of their wounded. the tap of a typewriter or the , The'-ybling officer reports '.'Tlie t-rir,,! nf „ ™^i.A „ L.-..._ lined , ,up ; 68 . 6erm«h» grind of u with n It Began quiet blonde oirl immed Sqnia jolninj the • Women's' Auxiliary Air Fdrcfi. • . Thei British. War Office jri Loh- cloii learned, her Frehcli was perfect, she had spent 14 years,of her agnliist the railing of a bridge "arid then .sliot-.thcm.", .,,-.... He adds;' 1 ,"We ; .shot one,here arid pne^ there .until,, all wfre. dead. Then we sei)t word to their: commandant that . if he ; killed any Join) D. McGill, son of Mr. and Irs. J. D. McOill of Blytheville, who 5 wllh a photographic rccoiiais- a'Kce sqtiiidrou In the Philippines, as been advanced to the rank of orporal. Carl Blythe, son of Mrs. John Blythe Sr., of Blytheville, recently etui-ricd to the United states fol- owing 22 months active duty in the 'aciflc with the Navy. Chief tor- icdomah In the Navy, Mr, Blythe iart!cipntod,li! the invasion of the 'hillppiucs before returning to the Slates where he has been assigned o'ii torpcdoman's school at Alex- iidria, Va. ills wife, the former Miss Ruth 'Isher of Blytheville, and their four Children how arc making their home at Cfunpo, Calif. childhood on the' continent. They more of our wounded ,we would looked into ; her. credentials and • slaughter twice as many .of his then asked if she .would' be willing (d take spdclai training for Eccrct worli captured troops." Tlic lesson wo'rked. Captain D'Artois will soon return lo duty after his Montreal reunion i, aiul she accepted. . WWIe -stiif .whs prbpafiriE for her , ^ >„,,> unknown assignment she met fcap-: with ills bride, tnlh D'Arlpls. Tiiey fell (:i love and But, Mrs. D'Artbts were maitleil. Sonta admits, tjic practice psrtt- expect to do (fflys she any more . ,,. -,-,--. ,.-. - , parachute' jiimpirig for awhile. chute jumps, and.other strenuous Because, she explains, -"Soon parts of their training made It a Were will be three of ils-^I hope. 1 strange nnd eerie .honeymoon. But she . added,. "There were many moments' wheii .we hail time Id reih.x and eiijoy being together."' Last. April the captain's training was , fliilshCd .and He was .parachuted into France to join the forces of tlie lilftqids. Five days. iStc'r His bride followed. With four dthers sh'e jumped into the dark night frorri. n low- flying plaiie so'hietyjiere bve'r ricirth- ern patt or.,Prnri'cc;. She was'Bligtiily hiiH iri llic landing, tiii^ she walked .25 miles Ihro'iigh 1 rinkhp'wri terriidry to contact a branch of the tiridergroiih'd. . The frien who., iaridcct with her heljied trairi the fectiiils Jri tlie 1 use. of weapons and explosives for sabttage. ' .She bcgaii her dirties as d.liSisori officer ps.yirig the way tpi; t)-IJay. Sonla help.cH..'tlie Maiiiils .blow. Home Demoiisfration Nofej „{ •.'fnany^tirneS" b!ft'hevfcf'hit. An°d Mrs. George Buricli was elected | Fllc nd'hiiis BnidgiriBly tlint she Sislers, Mrs. J. E. Glinter arid Mrs. liiinc Nowcll and their families.. Mr. anil Mrs. C, A. Ctinnlngham have returned from Trenton, Term.', where they spent the holidays with iclativcs. . ,. ' Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Mlnyard loft I his morning for Greenwood, .Miss., for a visit witii members of Mr. Minynrd's family. Chester Crews of . Mempiiis is spcndirin; several clays here with his dmiphlcr, Mrs. Baker Wilson and family. > . .; Mrs. Blanche L. Hanson and daughter, Miss .Beverly Hanson, of-, Memphis are spending tlic Holidays hero with Mrs. d. W. Smith and family. Mrs. Raymond A. Pasolc! Is critically ill at Blytbcvlllc .Arniy Air Field Hospital, where she was re- .'*]ovod on Christmas Day. Mrs. Benjamin Tharpe and children ;ind Mrs. Robert Tharpe of Jciuvboro, spent Christmas, nett> : '.viih Mrs. O. w. Smith nnd family. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Tanner re- lumed to their home in Helcn'a ycs- torday after a holiday visit with her mother, Mrs. T. J. Mahan, and other relatives. The Rev. ami Mrs. Harvey T. Kidd and daughter, Carolyn, ha'yc returned from Memphis where thev s]ient the holidays with his mother. Mrs. Freeman Robinson is improved after having been 111 for somr time at her hoihe ori fidrtii Tenth Street. ' . . . - ' i.!..; !:' prcslilciit of the Mississippi County Cdiiucii of Home Demonstration Clubs at a business meeting held Saturday at the Woman's Club. ;. Following a pot-luck Hmch'eon Served at the noon hour, the mtct- ing was called to order by Mrs. W. it. Watsoii, president, and the devotional was given by Miss Cora 'Lee colcihan. Christmas carols were sung by the group under the leadership of Mrs. B. A. Biigg, and V'MIss Colcmttri gave each member n. gift, with other presents exchanged from thn lighled Christ- riias tree. Other officers elected to Serve during the coming year are Mrs. Essie .Davis, vice president; Mrs. Lee Stiles, secretary; Mrs. Otto Bradberry, reporter; Mrs. C. M. Abbott; recording secretary; Mrs. n. L. Payne, treasurer; Mrs. ivefs'on Morris, pianist; Mrs. B. A. Biigg, song leader. Keepiilg Up With the Men In Service Pvt. Horace B. Pranks, formerly o Manila, has . recently arrived ft \Velch Convalescent Hds'pilal, the Army's hew reconditioning center iu Daytona Beach, Pla., where the .carefully planned reconditioning program will speed his convalescence. Son of W. L. Pranks, Private Pranks entered tlie Army in Sep leinber, 1942, arid stfice litis served 21 montlis in the European wa iohe. His wife lives' lit Etowah. • * • Pvt, J. 0. Privctt has arrived in France, according to a letter re ccivect by his' wife, who is makiri her home in Blylhcville. Prlvat Privett entered the Army March 2-i, 1944. managed to. kill.some Oeririaris. .Once tlie Nazis captured her but she rriariaged to crawl through the prison windb'w iirici escape. So'nla^ .snjjs'. h'cr closest shave cnme Jiisl alter tlie invasion when Nazi troops were iri no mood (o| Staff Sergt. Sylvester t. Johnson be, lenient feitii patriots of per- of lid East Ash St., Blytheville, bal soiis suspected .-if being Allied sup- turret gunner in a B-24 Liberate porters..... , ' • bomber of the 15th Air Force, re Tlic fjeilapp siirroiiridcd the car ceiitly flew lils 35th combat missloi she ntul fanotricr iricmber of the over erierhy territory. underground wore, using to make' Prior to his entry into the AAP contact with other Macluis groups i'.head. of Hie American advance. .'I Loy Eic'n fmp/oyes Attend Dinner-Dance Approximately 72 persons attended the dinner and dance given Saturday at Hold Noble when Mr, and Mrs. Loy Etch entertained for employees of the Loy Eich'Chevro- let Company and a number lif other ftuests. . The Blue Room was appropriately decorated in tlie Yulelidc theme, featuring a brightly lighted Christmas tree from which gifts wore exchanged during the evening, with employees' receiving fhi:lr nnniinl Christmas bonus from Mr. Etch, , , Music for dancing was furnished throughout the afternoon nnd eve- 1:11:1.' by Slim Rhodes' Bund, and Returns From Overseas Staff sergt. William Hugli mid- son arrived this morning to spend his furlouyli with Mrs. Hudson and his parcius, Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Hudson Sr.ahd family. Sergeant Hudson returned last week to the United States after 23 months .overseas service in North Africa, Englniid and France. Mrs. Hudson, the former Miss Louise Dobyns. has been making her home wllh her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W, A. Dobyns while Her husband was overseas. At The Hospilals niylhcrille Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Marshall Lesher and babv city. Walls Hospital Admitted: Willie Norwood, Caruthersvllle Mo. > Miss Jerry Williamson, city. Dismissed: Dick Plummcr, Steele, Mo. B. M. Matthews, city. n three course turkey dinner was served. ..The guests gathered at 4 o'clock, with the party continuing until D o'clock In the evening. Sonia rmblirikihgiy ..announced ._.,,.. they were colialxjratioiilsts flicirig than from' hated Yankees. '" Tlie Germans were MONEY CANT BUY .• fustur-aclinR, more dependnblo .Knuino jjuro St. JbsopU Aspirin n-orlil'B Inrgcsfc &ollcr at 1W. Why p«j satisfied more ? Big 100 tablet size for only 35^ To My Friends and Customers: I .wish to express my most sincere gratitude and ap- l>rccintion to customers and my frierids of Mississippi County and KuiToiniding tcrrilory for your patronage iri making it possible for hid to operate as Store Manager for Gbodyear Service for the past two yeiirs. .My dealings with you have been a pleasure, and I trust that in my absence you will continue trading with us tinder the management of Mr.' Bdyd. I will resume my work with tile Company iri Stuttgart, Arkansas. If at any time I can be of service .to you, I trust you will not hesitate to call iipoti me. Kindest personal regards, Lady Jane Cox Goodyear Service i ' Hlylhcvlllc, Arkansas SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS; iropcfly designed. «re remembered always Our flowers »re »i- tays fresh, nnrt nil work Is guiunntrpd to plense Let our expert Ibslgncrs help you wtth vonr floral needs FLOIFER SHOP F.T.I), rirr^ct We DHtVer Anjuher* Ph. »l Mm. J. H. (Maol XVIIIUmn. owriM Gfeoow BM«. Recapping and Vulcanizing I.II-K TO V<M:R TIRI;S MODINGER-POETZ *TIRE* CO. r. HI North Fhon* l?tl For Inventory - Also to Open and Mark New Spring Merchandise, Coming Events THURSDAY Octette Luncheon Club meeting with Mrs. Edwin Robinson. Mrs. Lloyd Slickmon entertaining ruestiay Bridge Club, Mid-Week Club meeting with Mrs. Aubrey Conway. FRIDAY d. N. B. Club meeting with Mrs. Noryel Humphrey. Mrs. W. C. Colston entertaining initial Chib. Mrs. R. A. Copeland entertaining !.- B. O. Club. Regular high school formal dance will be given at American Legion Hut, 9 p.m. Good Citizenship Girl Honied At Wilson School Miss Catherine Ooble, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Alex Goble, has been selected as (ho Good Citizenship student of .Wilson High School. GIFTS blStlNGTiON —It's Smart to Shop At— The Gift Shop Uoitrn & Antlqae GlfU MOSS BRYAN Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 .LISTEN' TO KLCN 9:00 a.m. 1Z:15 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Last Time Today In Old with John Wayne and Martha Scott Selected Short Subjects Thursday and Friday S^trlhq EUiJl^ BRACKEN-EUA RAINES .DO WILLIAM DEMAREST .l*nntmouni Mews and Selected Short Subjects Matinees Sal. A- Sun Only Opens each nighl 6:45; starts ^ .Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. ami Sun. Bargain Night Every Xiglil Except Saturday. Nft passes honored on Sunday at the Koxy. Last Time Today Moon Over Las Vegas with Aim Gnyniic and Davict Bruce Selected Short Subjects "| Thursday and Friday My Heart Belongs to Daddy with Martha O'DrlscolI Sliletlcd Short Subjects

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