The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 1, 1945 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, January 1, 1945
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BLYTIIEVILLE COURIER NEWS Coming Events , TUESDAY * • Tue*da> Bridge Club meeting with Mrs C E dieter Jr. ' MiM Frances ^Little entertaining Double O Club. , Wesley*n Service Guild or First Methodist Cnurch meeting at church for installation of officers, 7:30 p m. , WEDNESDAY Mrs C. C. Langston entertaining Town and Country Club A. D, C. Club meeting with Mrs Fnrrls McCalla. THURSDAY • Octette Luncheon 01 f , with Mrs. Edwin Eggnog Party Given Saturday Afternoon • Mr. and Mrs. James Hill Jr., ami Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Thomas enter- ionic after a peek's visit licrc with I'.cir parents, Mr. and Mrs. r>. E, Sooloy nnd Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Moon. Mrs. Estelle Cooke Vollmer nnd .— - _. _. „ „.,„- daughter, Miss Anne Vollmer, retained Saturday afternoon will! tin ' urnet ' today to lliolr home In cggnoK parly nt tho Hill home, when Memphis after a holiday visit eupsli tnrMiiriM innoi miutim.nnc. ,,r with Mrs. Vollmer's Rlslcr Mr of guests Included local the Arkansas-Missouri Power Corporation and their ' wives or husbands. . • Red polnscltia blossoms and liny silver Christmas trees decorated Ihe reception linll and living room of Ihd house, where Mrs. L. S. Benlsh and Miss Jane MrAriams assisted in entertaining the guests. The loco covered refreshment tn 1th Mrs. Edwin Roblnv,! , *"c jncc coverea rojresnment tn- Mlss Mildred Lou Hubbaru en- bl(! lu the dining room was centered tortalning Thursday Night Bridge wlt)l an arrangement o( white bios- Club, soms In a largo red satin bow, ilank- Club. E. M. Q. Club meeting Rlth Mrs Dan Miller. ,-.-•• u^n,,,, Mrs Aubrey conway entertaining setting Mid-Wcek Club. *•"•" FRIDAY Chapter "N" of P, E O. meeting wllh Mrs. Elton KIrby with Mrs W L Horner, co-hostess, 1 pm. Mrs. W. S. Eastburn entertaining Initial Club C B C. Club meeting with Mrs. O. O Elkias. GNB. Club meeting wllh Mrs B>ron Nail -_ with white Christmas tapers lUrning to cast a soft glow over tho -;U!ng. Eggnog together with -tiny open 'accd sandwiches, nuts and cookies *cie served by Mrs. H. B. Richard- ail nnd Mrs, Harmmv Taylor. One hundred guests called during the ; afternoon. Many Guests Attend 'Open House' Yesterday Mr. and,Mr». C. W. Afllick entertained yesterday afternoon with "open house" at their homo on North Tenth Street, when 80 guests called during the afternoon. Yellow gladioli w.ere arranged throughout the entertaining rooms, with low yellow tapers glowing In pine cone bases before the open fireplace, to the living room. Red roses were used hi the dining room, together with red tapers In ^silver candelabra Eggnog and traditional holiday foods were served by Mrs W. A Affllck.'Mlss Nancy - Hughes, Mrs Robert Phillips and Mis; Nancy Klrshner , Qiit-of-town pu*t«. Included Dr. Frank SmltK ol Omaha,-Neb, houseguest of hta jlnughter, Mrs R L Kirshher and 'family, Mrs Barah Hush'lon of Philadelphia, Pa, who is> Visiting her son, Capt. John T Bushton and Mrs Eushton, Mrs Estelle Cooke Vollmer of Memphis, houseguest of her sister, Mn, w j Wunderlica and family, and Mr. and Mrs..Godfrey Whit* of Osceoln -( > • • • 'Drop-In' Party Given Yesterday Afternoon Miss Lonme Hargett and Miss Billie Leggett were hostesses yesterday afternoon when they cnteitaln- ed 40 guests at a 'drop-in' party nt the Hargett home between the hours of 5 and 9 o'clock Blooming polnsettias and vases ot rawed flowers were arrangeci throughout the entertaining rooms The refreshment table was centered with a crystal punch bow . • . • G.N.B. Club Entertained When Mrs. Norvel Humphrey cn- iGrtafncd 'members of the G.N.B. Club Friday night at her homo, she also was hostess to two other guests, tfra. Boris Moore and Mrs. c, D. Eaton. In the bunco games played during the evening, bunco prize was won by .Mrs. Byron Nail, high by Mrs Humphrey, and low by Mrs. with Mrs. Vollmer's sister, Mrs W. i. Wunderllch and family. Miss Lela neck returned this nonilng to Detroit, after n week's visit here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R, M. Beck mul family. •Ma). J. M. Walls has arrived from ' Jackson, Miss., where he has lieen stationed at Poster General Hospital following nine months foreign wrvlce or, head of a hospital unit. Alter n. leave here with Mrs. Walls mid two Bon«, he will report Jan. 13 to Hot Springs to await reas-' slsnment. Miss Gnll Elch Is spending scv- :ral days In'Bcnton, Ky., ns guest of Miss Jackie Fnust. The girls arc classmates nt Gulfpnrk College Oulfport, Miss. Mr. and. Mrs. L. M. Kriitx have as their guests for a few days, Mr. nnd Mra. Jnek Wray, who arc moving from Marvell, Ark., to SI, Louts to make their home. Major and Mrs. Carl E, Bnlley Jr left tills moi-nlni; for Little Rock for. Eaton. ' "" * The hostess served : purse iwllh coffee. a dessert Bits of News Mostly Personal Sergt. Billy Hodge, who li stationed; with tho Army Air Forces at Long Beach, Calif., returned there Saturday after spending his furlough, here with his parents, Miami Mrs. Homer Hodge, Mr.' and W. S; Lqngdons Celebrate 49th Anniversary a brief visit relatives, before Kolng to Columbia, 8. 0., where Major Bnlley has been transferred. Simple Mixture Makes Excellent Furniture Polish An excellent polish for furniture can be made by mixing two pnru of boiled linseed oil and one part, of turpentine, Miss Corn Leo Coleman, county homo demonstration agent, suggested to Mississippi County homcmakcrs Oils week. The simple mixture,, however, must be Used with plenty of "elbow grease" for satisfactory results, she reminded. Miss Coleman explnlncd Hint the oil "feeds" the wood, and the turpentine loosens (Hrt and helps the Oil penetrate the wood. The polish -will remove the dull, fottRy np- pearnnce that furniture often ac- cpilres, and will help conceal fine cracks or checks In the finish. Directions for using are as follows: Apply the mixture with a soft went, to Memphis Friday where tliej Pvt, Ohm-Ids G. Mor'elicnd, who <-,,„„,,...j J jj , .--•••..• ^>Y. vuiuuy 10 nuicmson, Kans., alter surrounded with silvered oinaments -.pending a 10-day leave here w th and-sprays of red spruce, HanUr • -•-• •- • -- - - — — entirely dry j stationed at Heriiiaton" Kiins!," will wl " " ot> ahow " flnKcr nmlk arrive tomorrow for a brief visit • vith Mr. and Mrs. Fanner England Early War Paint Private Mart-head formerly was con- SOUTH DARTMOUTH, Mass nected with Blythevllle High School (UP) — Beside the well-preserved There he served leader. BOO-yenr-okl skeleton of nu Indian Miss Rostille Duclos'lms returned found under a dwelling here was to Memphis after a holiday visit perhaps America's earliest mnkc- wlth her parents; Mr. and Mrs. A. c. "p klt^a clam shell containing ;n Duclos a'iul family. She Is a student small mass of war paint that Vent Draughan's Business College In gained distinct red, yellow, srpcn Memphis. ' nnd blue hues on exposure to air Miss Jewel M. nice, storekeeper 3-c in : the WAVES, returned yesterday to Hutchison, Kans., after Yesterday marked the 4Dth annl- •crsary of their manlagc for Mr lid Mrs. W. S. Lnngdon, who are i nnnlng a rcnlly "bin" celebration 'f this 50th wedding anniversary icxt New Year's Eve. Due to war time traveling con(1 lions, none of the children, grandchildren or great grandchildren iving out ot niytlicvlllc were able •> be here .voslerdny lo help lliein Hebraic, but 14 'or their most Initiate friends entertained with a biif- fcl supper insl night at the home of Mr. an d Mrs. w. -H. Slovnll, and alcr played cards for Beveral hours. Mr, and Mrs. Langdoii were presented wllh n set of china and ; a sliver cnke server from the group. Residents of. Blythevllle for the pnst 34 years, (he couple was mnr- •led on New-Year's Eve 1895 at the Mine of Mrs. Langdon's mother in Marble Hi!^ Mo. They lived for a number of years at Lutcsville, MO whore .Mr.' Lnngdon was in'the bot- llliig- works and grocery business, continuing in the same work for imy years after moving here. Hale and, hearty, despite his 82 'ears, Mr. langdon Is finite active being connected in buslnesr wllh his •son-in-law, Welch Foster. Four children, 11 grandchildren, and seven great grandchildren wllh' 'lever a death In the family Is the -iicky records for the Langdons One daughter, Mrs. Welch Foster, now lives near her parents at their xnmtry home on Highway Gl South, wliile tile remainder of the family is scattered throughout the coun- ry, but all hope to bo able to be here next Deo:' 31 for the celebration of the couple's golden wedding anniversary. • • ." with red candles in red and silver carTdelabra. launch, open-faced sandwiches, cookies and candy were served throughout the evening The hostesses -wcie assisted In entertaining by Mrs J. J. Hargett 9V* Miss Barham Is .Hostess Miss Shirley Barham « I'TMnrcl last,night with a wale'-. IMII/ at the home of her grandparenli, Mi and Mrs George W. Barhnm, when thetfp guests included members of the.. Christian Youth Fellowship ^ Group of First Christian Chinch and their sponsors, the Rev nnd Mrs.. R. S. Balrd and Mr. and Mrs Russell Barhnm Games and recreational activities entertained the guests for several noursj and just before midnight a .EanUwich and dessert plate' was -""served together with Iced drinks. Just as the new year arrived, the group gathered on the sunroom of the'home for a candlelight communion service conducted by Tommy and. David Sylvester, Junior deacons of the church The worship service was in charge , f pf Miss Barham, who was assisted •, by Miss Wanda Leah Barham, and the-closing prayer was given by the^Hev, Mr. Batrd. v Mrt, Mrs. Eich Entertain Mr and Mrs Loy Elch entertained last night with a supper party at their home on Holly Street , .%]>' of their most Intimate friends gathered for an informal evening to watch the old year out and the new year In, with a buffet _, supper served at midnight '" Daughter Born Yesterday '•' ' Capt. and Mrs. William Randolph are the parents of a daughter born -- last- night at Bl>the\llle Army Air ^ Field Hospital. The baby, their first ; child, has been named Carol Leo - The Randolphs have made their home here for the past 28 months -, while he Is BtaUo^ed at the local '.- ' airfield. Their home originally was 1 J Pittsburgh, p». her parents, Mr.' and Mrs. L. I. nice and family. Mrs. Selma Levy Allcnberg and daughters, Ann nnd Kuy, of Memphis arc spending n few days hero as cuosls or Mrs. Allcnberg's father B r. Levy. The Rev. and Mrs. William Coa- 'ej- and children, David ariel Carol, of Harrison, Ark., have returned Relief At Last Opudinc rc tlcvos hej JJC.HQ fail became It's liquid, Its in- rcdicnU arc already diiiolvcd Jll ready lo tcsin qjslng the jin, It aho loathes ncirc tension due to the pjln. Uic only ai directed. 70^, 30c, 60c, J. LOUIS CHERRY NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO. e. Art "Sale! Thousands AS C ASSORTED HEAVIES ATLAS tnd ChuV cr Mo fOR ntOMT DEllVERr irs't OfltVtRY GU»R*NIEtO " BUSINESS OVt* JO V( 500 only $33.50 565.03 per l<aO Wt Ptrf Poiloyt CHICK CO. Ucpt. 8-AIt, St.I.ouis, Sfo Freshly laundered linens assure RESTFUL ' n .g2feteteafasfe' . trouble'to help loosen and expel SWoa. ifiddi pcTcgrn. &cd Aid nflturs f W MO{nC &QQ flCftl tftW t&ldcr In- sj« uAine^ broochiil muc'ous tnem- What is more inviting than a bed made with crisp, spotless linen, fresh from our laundry. Turn over^a new leaf in 1945 ... send your laundry to us and be relieved of an unnecessary household task. You'll enjoy the extra time it affords you. PHONE 474 BLYTHEVILLE'.ARK. Ark-Mo Group Hdlds Annual Holiday Party Employees ot Ihc Blylhcvllle district of tlie Arkansas-Missouri Power Corporation,' their families and a large number of guests attended the annual holiday party given by' the company Saturday nlgh|, at the American Legion Hut. The Informal program, directed t>y J. V. Gates, district manager, Included a bingo gnmc conducted l>y E. B, Mason, when all guesls participated for prizes, of defense stamps. Mrs. B. E. Joggers was awarded n carton of cigarettes as Brand prize winner. Pins attesting 10 years continuous service ,wlth the rower company were presented by James Hll] Jr., company president, to Harmon Taylor and Olenn Costle- innj?, while O..J3. Kettinger, Miss Clara Ruble nnd Charles Ray Neweomb were presented with 15- year service pins, 7'om noswcll Jr. received a large basket ol fruit when his name was rlrnwn by Mr. Hill In a contest for that prize, and cartons of cigarettes were awarded Mrs. Caroline Ral- slon, Miss Pntricln Wise, Mrs. H. B. ntcliardson, Miss wilma Scoti and Mrs. Lois Burgess of Leach-' ville as winners of » <iu\'/, baseball game conducted by Mr. Taylor. Following the program a buffet Minppr was served and Inter* Iho guests danced for several hours. A yellow nnd bronze color scheme was emphasized In the decoration of Die refreshment table, where slender yellow Inpers burned In pine cone holders, and colorful wooden platters, and bowls were used. r Included among the 140 who attended \vrre 12 employees from Iho CnnilriersvlUe office. Clock Keeps Hens on Job WOOD1NV1LLE. Wash. (UP)— An electric time clock which controls the lights in a dozen chicken houses keeps 35,000 hens on Dr. Walter A. Moore's farm sit peak wartime production. The clock clicks on lights and rouses the.hens nl •! a.m., giving the birds a 13- hour shift. They then have plenty of. time to scratch around and work al'hlgh.production rates, Moore explains. Work's a Fleasure MIDLAND, Tex. (Up)—Army nir- plaue pilot trainees in West Texas know how to combine work am] fulure pleasure successfully. On their training missions the" pilots Indicate on their flight maps locations of lakes on which there are ducks. Then on their furloughs the trainees return to the lakes for successful .shooting. Cleaning — Pressing — Al'terati9hs l bnd Reptirs City Cieanfers 308 E. Main St. Phone 3197 Something New for Early Spring Dark Hi-own Kid Pump. Cuban Heel. Very iDre.^sy. ,To be worn with High Colors. W »= 1-0^0 IHII If IE ^S B^OOE Whltoii Ike P>rex way that avoids added wear and tear 1, Don t cnurn things in your washing machine longer than accessary. Also reduce rubbing by hand to a minimum. 1. Avoid using an inferior bleach-which may b« uncontrolled in action, and damage, aa shown in photo above. 3. Whiten safely with Purex, the Conlrtlleil-Aclion bleach -the only bleach made by the Intrafil Process, which insures uniform bleaching action from every bottle .../!(your fixer's. CINTL1 TO LINtMS IMS CONUOUEO.ACIION 5HACH :. By Asked .what .'w|Ves. and parents could do to kfep, a returning ser- 1 Iceman's homecoming. from being a llsllluslonijig '/experience, a Navy fficer home on, leave after months n the Pacific 1 said: "Jiist .fea|lie'.trif|^whelh(>r lie has seen much' acjiori or hot : he'll probably corne/hOBie'. nervous and rest- ess and will find 'it hard to settle lown;" : - ;•' -., ; •/, - ..... ."No: matter:'ri6w mubri : addicted ie once was -to : .(jiilet evenings at lome, he'll probably want to be gong somewhere 'or. doing something nost of the; tUne.; Expect that, and don't let'yoiirlelf:'niake,'the mistake or thinking th>t. because he can't settle down right away to a calm, quiet routine he no longer enjoys being with 'lust- you' or no longer cares about .his 'Home.' LET HIM' TALK • • ' •' : "If he-Dalits; to talk let him talk, but dor}'t'dlg;ircund 4m6ng his ex- ;>i'ltri ^.ilot'bf questions. f, ;' {oo/' . piat he has and 4rtf»m«(l gf. horte for so Ipng.ths^ §6 hga byiflt up in ils mind. -4s a 1 perfect-, place. He las • forgotten • ttje ismall onnoy- nces, '(he demands of' living, even :he occasiprijil' clashes -of personal- ties within a' family. : it 'may make Luxury Lumberjack M AKING, a dramatic entrance is the f "Mir coat" which ' gives a maximum of style with the minimum of fur. One of the most eye. catching of these is the' latest translation ' of the rough-and- ready lumberjack into a sophisticated, high style ocelot jacket with matching turban; Its full sleeves are gathered into/'sijijg cuffs and ' its'bloused bodice is fitted into a waist- hugging band to make it completely wind- 'proof. MONDAY, JANUARY 1, 1945 Mrs. John Wyllc, Roscland, Mrs. Harold Smith, city. Mrs..E. W. Howard, city. Born to Mr. and Mrs. j. - ^ Wolverton, a son, Saturday. Dismissed: Mrs, Starlyn Yoimg and buby, Walls Admitted: Mrs. Iruy Ledbetter, city. I*. R. Matthews, city. Mrs, Jess Burchell, Osceola. Dismissed: Mrs. Warden Dcberry, Steele, MO Oscar Bailey Jr., city. Mi's. Loo Stevens and baby, city •Memphis Baptist Hospital Admitted: Mrs. S. J. Wren, Stccle, Mo. G. D. Ray, Lcnchvllle. Memphis St. Joseph's Hospital Admitted: F. G. Prince, Sleele. Mo. Memphis Mcllicilist Hospital Admitted: Mrs. acidic Fisher, Caruthers- vlllc, Mo. (From S Avcn: biye:;jp|qier Time^oVSvying him Irritable and cross when he begins to find that life at home has the complications and the responsl- Wlflles of life anywhere—but don't worry about, his irritation. He'll conic out of it. "Above all, don't rush in with too much possessive affection. Just let your serviceman alone, free to come and go as he wishes, free to go off by himself lo read' or walk. Don't be hurt if he announces at midnight that he Is going downtown for a hamburger and doesn't ask you lo go along with him. Have enough failh to know that your serviceman loves you as much as ever, but he has an adjustment to make that he must make alone before he can reach the old plane of easy companionship and understanding." Read Courier News Want Ads. Shorthand, Bookkeeping and Typing MRS. L, M. BURNETT 1010 Hearn >• 1'lione 3270 • At The Hospitals Blythevillc Hospital Admitted: Now Many Wear FALSE TEETH With More Comfort PASTEETH, a pleasa .t alkaline (non-acid) po\vder, hola., false teeth more firmly. To eat and talk in more comfort, just sprinkle a little FAS- TEETH on your plates. No gummy, gooey, pasty taste or feeling. Checks "plate odor" (denture breath). Get PASTEETH nt any drug store. 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