The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 4, 1945 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 4, 1945
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. PAGE TWO BIATIIKVHJ.E COUKIEU NIWS Coming Events FRIDAY Chatter "IT.ol f. 1 O meeting ,wtth Mrs. talon Klrty with Mrs W, ,L Homer, eo-rkitteH, 1 p.m Mrc, Wi S bxtbUrn «nUitttning Initial Club C B O Club meeting with Mrs O O Eutlns ' GNB Club meeting with Mrs Byron Wall Dorcas ClM* ot Hnt Baptist Church* having btMtnen, meeting at church with Mr*. J. W. Dolen as hostels, 2 30 p m. Mrs. Langston Is HosteSs Mrs ChArltt t*tg«ton entertained members of (Jlub Eight Tuesday night at her home on Number Nine, v,hen she ,a!io was hostess to thre» other ^guests, Mrs Cecil Wroten,' Mrs ' Jesse M" \Vhlte and Mrs' R C v Allen Bridge wae played' dvftlng the evening, with hlgh'sc^re prize won by Mrs Otto Scrape and second high b5 Mrs. Wottn ''-Eggnpg, fruit'cake and other ' hollday'.foods.irere 'serred. , * • • Married New Year's Eve * The marriage ol Jilts' Dofotlij „ Vanmeler of St f Louis, to David E , Wolsey,, Jr. of Blytheville, was solemnized Bxmaay night, 7 o'clock * at the home of Justice of the Peace B B Aiken who officiated The bride if ore' ah aftefnooh dress of aqua. cWpe'Telth black accessories, and 'a corsigt of white Camellias She was attended by Miss Jane MI*od US maid 6f Honor. Miss McLebd'* drpsi aim T«I« of aqua crepe, and *he frbre whit* camel lias Serf t> B»rl, Jarrifts of the Marine Corps served ai Mr. Wol'ev's bCs man. % Mr. and Jte Wolsi ' ' i> maklm* their home In St ., Mr. Woteey, the'Son of to and Mrs Datid B Wolsey Sr, of Bl)- thevllle, formerly '»« connected * with Tom Little Hardware Comi_ , panv and recently *a» honorably u discharged,Irpm the,JH?1ne Corps S ' after 28 montM Mrvfce, Including JJ , 16 morithi in the Southwest Pa- 4. ClflC £ Club, Guests Entertained T Mrs Rirrfa McCaltt »as hostess a to members ,01 the A. D C Club * and a number o'f .Strict- guests when she entertained last night at her home on North fetoth Street Guests „ included Mrs, Sanford Boone, Mrs Albert K Taylor Mr<; Harmin Tajlor, Mrs Vernon Thornasson, Mr^ W K Francis of Tuscalosa, Ala, rilss Prances Little and. Mrs Lucille Bennett ot Washington D o < , ' Bridge *fas played for several hours with prizes awarded Mrs Toby Long fdr high score among .. club members and to Mrs Ben Harpole for second high club High ' guest prire went to Mrs Bennett A salad course with iced drinks was served 4 < . Former'LoC£l Man Of Interest In Blythevllie is the • announce'me'M of Ihe marriage of ^Miss Kay Harby of Minneapolis Minn to James 1 F, barner motor machinists mate J-c In the Navj The cereteorly *as mlletly sol STYLE SLANTS FOR SPRING Bat-Wing Shoulders, Button Trim, Bold Prints and Silk Headline New Show/rigs BY EPS1K KINAHJ) 1NEA Stall Writer ' I see n lot In rich-looking "fllks." I They b'riuidlslf their come-on with NEW YORK,—If n preview of the bw'ld, trninmto, cord-nnd-tassel now sprliit' collections Is tiny iiidl- trlin, cinbroldery, bold linings, which Oitlon, the New Year In fashion will slttiI the' spoll'lBlit from the gore the brightest, trickiest and splcl- st In ii week of Ecasons, A -bag of new eye-rlvctliig tricks re used to give the 1945 Bilhouelte 3 i l. 1 emnlzed Det Beach, Ha 23 at tyest Palm The told* was _ graduated Irom mSh school iff Minneapolis and later attended tfnlVersity of Mln- = nesotA for tyo yea'^ Mr G-irnerjwas employed by Central Cone* Company in Blytheville prior to AiMrifig the Ka\y four hnc i half years ago Stationed at Pear Harbor at the tirile of the Japanese ' attaclt, Mr Garnet has since: senec 20 mbnlhs Iri Combat in the South Pacific Mr and ifrs Gamer -will mak , their home at Wes( Pslm Beach while he is with a NaVol Radio Sta lion at Jupiter, F1& He is a brother of Mrs Jame< McGaughey of Blytheville * * • Bridge Club Entertained Mrs G B Keels, who often plavs bridge with members of th To«n arid Country Club, jestoda entertained th6 group «t her horn "onJWest Main Street, when she ai EO was hostess 1.1 two other guests •-Mrs * Marvin Robinson ahd Mrs R 1 - L Banister High itore prize for tha after noon was «on by Mrs O G Cau >• dill and second high by Mrs C C Langston ,, The hostess served ft tihfi/it Business Circle Me." 1 incnt Itself, and dramatic prints, which life nlso tapped by (lie mosl eye-catching.wrap of nil—the cape. The oiie in black nnd white sploy new appeal ami point up 'window-pane' plaid, shown left, itcrcstlng design Sonie altentloh-'t c )j s oiily'hnif a story. The oilier elters—thcy'ie called the "unex-! Imlt—nnd n significant tnie of spring »ctcd emphasis"—used to revaihjiI—belongs to the'suit, which looks ie silhouette aic "bal-wlnc" shoul-1 newest this year if It's cu-ordlimtcd crs, ingenious draping, new back with a topper, ns Is tlic companion iislnesS—bigger nnd better bustles | suit of black wool which proclaims or one— arid dramatic side sweep. Even coats, usually too conscrva- ve to nag undue attention, joins its kliishlp lo the cape with inalchlnB plaid collar. For added swank, bags, like tlic one shown, and „., _____________________ ....... ie ranks of suits mid dresses to | matching scarves are added as Inlove appeal to the hilt. Some use • IciJraUiie accessories. ldc-s«ept closings as well ns back! stilts In general— both woolens ntercst as does the pique-trimmed ray woolen coat, shown right, ile- Igntd by Philip Mnnoiic—typical of lie 'good dress coal In all collec- lonb *whlch marches a parade of juttons bath side fyont and side, b-\tk to citch eves going anil coming. The trend in coats is toward tlid Iressy stjle — toppers, knce-hit- 'ing tunics, full-longUi—and you'll .uid " S llk"-\vl. OD p up-lhclr with color, m,d sometimes it's null- tllillctl-mnny times In one outfit. All! styles scein Softer, rinrt the darling cut neckline, which makes .n fin little display window for a prett chln-cliucklng blouse. Dresses attract eyes with trick of sidc-drapltig, dropped . shoul ders. and a whoosh ot Jabot nii bow used to embellish necklines Most Intrinsic come-on of dresse arc the print patterns which the flaunt, particularly if they're tres In (hell- appeal as are the.,lie safety-pin, the "peUlcbat" (scallop nnd-clot business) Sncl the leoparc: stencilled patterns—otic of whlcli shown center. So as oiitshli the print, this : Mollle Parnis-cle signed two-piece tlrcss b as pliil as can be \vilh only dehiurc tor-* -i of black velvet used to edge i and pockets. Lordliest of spring prints are o was brought here in its u : slute by a few i canvas for ha 1 patterns. Not printed, but Lnxora Sociely—Personal ON€HJ1)IN'« CIIUISTMAS ' Three parlies concluded the Intcr- itlng terics of Christmas holiday irllcs for l.uxorans. Tuesday night, r. and Mrs. Grant Collar had even couples, Mr. and Mrs. Sam oweiv Mr, nnd Mrs. R. C, Laiig- .on, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Eowen, [r. nnd' Mrs. n. W. Nichols, of Ar- iorel,-Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Brown, 1r..!iijd Mrs, Thomas D. wllklns hd.MrVand Mrs. T. Lcm Stanford or a fried chicken supper.- The 'olla'r home was decorated In the 'lite-tide motif. After supper, bridge /as played. Mrs. Sam Bowen and essc Brown received high score rlzes. Mrs. C. I), wood gave a brldgc- .mchcon on Thursday for the mem- crs of the semi-monthly club and uesls, Mrs, S. L. Gladlsh of Osce- Ia, Mrs. Joe Hires, and Misrs Fraii- es Reid Bowcn. Luncheon guests ;ere Mrs. E. I,. Bowlns of Osceol« Mrs. J. I. Mirnin, and Mrs. Grovei 3rlvcr. Tlic guests were seated a mall tables, having as a centerpiece ed carnations, pliiccci in the living uid sun rooms. The only other dec ration wits a tall while' vase fillei vith brilliant red roses. The travel nf pi'lw was held nt the end of tin ;amcs by Mrs. Eussell nowen. Hlgl icnre, Mrs. H. M, Krwln, and cm Mrs. Hoy Ware, for club prir.cs. Higl score | s? nest prize was presented Ic Mrs. Joe Hires. Saturday afternoon, Mrs. n. T 3a]lcw had eight guests for (lesser jridge. Hand made place cards, her tiding the New Year, marked Ih places nt tlic bridge tables for des sort and the games following. Mrs. T. L, Slanfonl received a amber plastic compact for hlg ewe; Mrs. Thomas Dale Wilklns as given a box of stationery for low core, and Mrs. R. G. Lant'slon jnade ut prize, a blue linen handkerchief. Hr. and Mrs. Thomas P. Hudson, nd their granddaughter, Miss Wado icllcnry, returned Saturday after- doii from a holiday visit spent In jhrevepoit, La,, with Dr. Hudson's Istcr-In-Iaw, Mrs. Will Hudson. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Vines and laughter, Kay, of El Dorado, Ark,, iave returned home after a . visit vith homefolk. Mrs. Vines was called o Luxora oh account of Hie serious llness of her father, Mr. Will Lucas, patient in the Baptist Hospital, Memphis, for the past three weeks Mr. Lucas was brought home Saturday showing very little Improvement. Sc-rgt. J. Kocheriderfer, and Ivirs •Cochcnderfer, of Biloxl, Miss.,-and Mr. mid Mrs. R. D. Eb'erdt, of Mem- ihls, have bsen recent guests ot Mrs, Kochehderfcr's and. Mrs Ibcrdt'a parents, Mr. rind Mri. Joe Hires. Corp. William "Bertt" Corkran, of Camp Pannlil, Texas, and Miss Gwyndolen Hart, of Marked Tree, ipenl New Year's day with Corporai Corkran's parents, Mr. and M'rs. Charlie Corkran./ Mrs. Raymond Davis and two children arc'leaving this week foi Norfolk, Va,, to spend the next three months with her husband,•Raymond Davis of the United States Nayy. Mrs. Louts Spann arid'-daughter, Mrs. H. B. Price, have returned frriir a holiday visit with Mrs, Spann's daughter, Mrs. Bliss Yancey and family, at Marianna. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wliltmore and children, Kay and Linda, have returned from their holiday visit will relatives at Idabell, Okla. TliUJiSDAY, .JANUARY -i, 1!)15 Meet Corporal Stork L Cut and Deer Friendly KERRVILLE, Tex. <UP)—Add ; cat and a deer to the list of animal friendships. Tabby and.a deer on the W. E. Dieterat ranch' neai here have played together since the deer Was a fawn. Mutual congratulations were in order between Mis Eileen Love .md Cpl Real 1 Cole ot Lowell, Mass, after he successfully de- hveied her new daughter, Pdtn- cia Maud, in an Aimy ambulance winch was iu«hmg her from her home t it Army An Base, Suffolk, L I, to a hospital at nearby Mitchel Field Mrs Love is (he wife of an Army sergeant Cpl Cote >is / unmairled At The Hospitals lilythcvllle Hospital Admitted: Clay 'Anderson, Carnthersville, Mo. Mrs. George Leone, city. Horn to Mr. and Mrs. John Tyrone, city, a son this morning. Dismissed: Mrs. J. E. Wolverton and baby, city. Walls Hospital Admitted: Mrs. Cora Hushing, Cooler, Mo. Jimime Ford, city. Denny Wilson, Dell. • Mrs. N. B. Young, city. Dismissed: Jesse Bond,-Dec-ring,-Mo. Mrs. Veleria Ray, city. Dick Plimicr, Steele. Mo. Jerry Talley, city. Mrs. W. P. Brewer, city. Memphis Baptist Hospital Admitted: or some designers is the cutaway , () ,. Htllo Slmicks that add a new touch ? gfll "' ls ; °' 1C lllnt . lo( ? ks llk ? and locus interest on good dctaifiiSg ' ^W' -f 1 "^" ™mes, Jrom- are rcpllciis of grandpa's wntch fob, rtnngllns from pockcU, and the clean, cilsyi biisiness of the square, lo\v- l. It is used by one desigiier.for some knock-out dresses, nnd ' for blouses, dyed-to-ma tch woolen suits. Bits of News Mostly Personal •Mrs: E. P. Martin rind childen, following his return from overseas. ! /W\rj ri np> Condition of Will Carney Is i Efcntly improved following an op- P rnr Y-> Wri r cratlun which he underwent three ' ' UM ' i'*- 11 weeks pgu nt Memphis Baptist Hospital. He now 1ms been removed to his 1'ome here where he Is rccuncratlng. Mrs. Vermin H. Slratlon leit yes- (erdny for Gainesville, Texas, where ' For Vis it he re | i: Wilh three and n half years of service behind lihrij Tech. Seri;t. Oiinrics Vlckers. 20, hns arrived home for a furlough prior to re- ................. u ., 6 .. she tf'ili join licr liuslinnd, who Is j ttiriirng"'to" foreigii'''duty"'witii' lite Jerry and Peter, linve returned to: stationed nt nearby Camp Howzic. Marine Air Corps aqe'r speTdin" ulc"holUtaJ| Cl with I-—' "- ra " C - tCr " 1C> ' ly "^ '" M ' Unl ' We!X ' inS ribb °" s nnfl Sl!>rS ' tm Mrs. Martin's-parents, Mr. and Mrs. w w w t vv. \\. >vntson. . ana Mrs. W. A. Nash have Holly, N. J. . mnior cn ? agcment. a presidentinl Elisi e» John D - Cunningham is ciiaticn. service before Pearl llar- s;:cndtiii; Ills leave here with Mrs. bor. nclion in DIG Asiatic-Pacific air. aim nirs. w. A. Nash have cunniclinm, the former Miss Nata- and American theaters, he was on ssiiclr [jucsts their two sons, Billy no Nicholscn and their three patrol duty oif North Island when Ing af-Snn Diego, Calif Blllv Nnsh llnvi " s Epcnt Olc hMa ^ s h "'e with will leave Friday to retiirn to Seat- llls , fijWcr. Mrs. H. O. Partlo'.v tip. .while B. D. wm be here until "'"' " m1 ^ „_ , Sunday before retun'iiiig to San Tieqb for reassignment. Mr. smj Mrs. Charles Hi)) of Gary, Ind., and Mrs. Max Feinberg of Akron, Ohio, have returned o.their homes after a holiday visit here with Mrs. Hill's parents, Mr. arid Mrs. Houston Carter. Clarence Wayne Cummlngs, six- year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Cuminlngs. is ill at his home a£ CIS Vest Ash. Miss 'Mary Blanche Grcenwcll, yeoman l-c in the WAVES stationed nt Seattle. Wash., will ar- rl vc i, (oni " r °vr (or a visit with her ' rccnwell and fam- vislting relatives in Lieut, and Mrs. Hal Moore and daughter, Nancy, left today for their home In 'Lawrcneevlllc, Ill- aflpr spending their leave here with Lieutenant Moore's parents, Dr. nnd Mrs. L. H. Moore. Mrs. Anne Stevens Hamilton left Tuesday for Miami Beach, Fin., where she will spend several weeks at a houseparty. Mrs. Lucille Bennett left, this morning for her home In Washington, D .C., after a brief visit hero with her sister. Mrs. Harpole and family. , fcT/H^' 1 i Gl T < i? twcH ","$ fam - i Ministers Make Plans y. Elie now Is visiting relatives in Ha - VU ' M °' - Blylheville held Alliance spending Nicholson has return- llc , ln ._* vew y° r ' c after of the year Monday morning when holidays here will. th cy gathered In the study of Pirst Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Christian Church. The-Rev n S "" -us accompanied Batrd, recently elected president ot Circle Baptist Church i Tuesday night whe'ri she enlertain- _ ed at hei 1 homi Miss Minnie Ffester was program f - leader, using as her theme, "Work- Ing Together for » Century' Assisting oh the program wetc ,,Mrs Otis Shepherd, who spoKfc On i,'American Baptists Before IMS', « Mrs H, O Blsnkenghip, who discussed "The Century of Progress In Organization," Miss Delia Puf- i ue, whose topic was "Century of 'Progress in Numeration", Miss Mln- ~nie Brown, who dlsoussM ' Century "or Progress'in Ptftltestion". Miss Purtlc, who usida* her theme,'Cen- th.'y of Progress In Education". wlss Poster, whose topic, w»s "Gem lury of Progrew to Ministration", -and Dr. Nles, who sW*4 On ' Cfen- VitUfv of Progress In Mi«ions"i " The meetinl t\6»t with tlrcle prtur , , , ftefreshmenls of Ailee *hd iced drtaki wre terfed durlnt the so- cUi h«ff, - -"•< . back in the , • - ™ " ••*•". "i *"i_- i^i<«tm ui- ijiUKil \ViIICjl i^'iS" ^.'fi 1 ^. ! ! ngt . h . ot s . e . rvlce sponsor, and f- palgn which the Alliance soon will •a! civic nnd moral MM. L. H. Moore. He has been . visiting relatives In.MCCrOry, Ark., Read Courier News Want Ads. UFE & ACCIDENT INSURANCE CO. E. H. FORD, Representative 20fi Lynch Bldg. SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS properly designed, are remembered always. Our flowers are always fresh, and all work Is guaranteed to please Let our expert designers help you with your floral needs. FLOWER SHOP In when he entered service. Returning to the United Slates :hrce weeks ayo. he will leave Jan. 30 to report to El Toro, Calif., prior to more foreign service as an aircraft mechanic. Mope To Hold Election HOPE, Ark., Jan. •}. (UP)—Cits election officials have announced that the preferential primary election for the city of Hope will tic held February IGtli, and tho run-off primary will be held March 2nd The voters will nominate a full ticket, for mayor, municipal judge city attorney, city treasurer nnd one alderman each from four wards. I NOW SUNDAr AfTfRNOOM |)3:3pp.m.CWTf^ ' * ^«"—^C^_ --~??~-» ' >?*i_, ; F.T.D. Service We Deliver Anywhere Mrs. ]. M. (Mac) Williams, owner Gkncoc Bids. ARBIOPOWERCO. Dresses You Can Ctiuht On For Every-Day Smartness .90 B. w. Stivers, Holland, Mo. Office Training Shorthand, Bookkeeping and Typing MRS. L M. BURNETT 1010 Ilcarn I'hoiic 3270 WANTED Your Old Featherbeds Will pay $5 to $10 each for full si*e gnosc. or duck grades. . AVe will arrange (o pick tip your licdbY Write: . InterniiHonal i'roducls Co. 1441 Lnniar'Arc., Memphis, Tenn. GfFTS of DISTINCTION —It's Smart to Shop Al^- Coloiful Casuals, Softly Feminine Date-Time Designs 'Forhi-l'lttUenng Maclgo Davis* designs to match.'cycfy .mood, anil every taste. Tailored classics with the new soft shirring, slimming pleats, interesting yokes am) t;ay buttons. Bi'ight-hued rayon gabardine, honey-soft corduroy, lacy mixtures. Date-time frocks with "glittering miilhend or sparkling sequin touches, gentle drapery, face-framing . iieck-liiies- Jot black or glow-tones! Sizes 12 io 20. Tailorctl or Softly llelailcri GAY AUSTELLE DRESSE \Vhi|) -. slim shirtwaisters, two- liicccrs ov coat styles alive with details! Festive frocks of rayon cfope, deftly molded and draped, aglow with color contrasts, flashing sequins. Misses', juliioi-' sizes, The GJft Shop Modem & Antique Gifts' MOSS BRYAN Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 •"-•Show Starts- 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCX 9:00 a.m. 12:-I5 p.m. 4:30 p.m, Thursday and Friday BOUSDYIRWF 8«XHK«J5 isG^«^0«t niilSOSBHlGMIlO. ^Jg.^KUXlACKSO. A UNIVERSAL PICTURE Paramount News and Selected Short Subject 1C Matinees Sat. It Sun Only Opens each night G:15; starts 7 Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. and Sun. Bargain Night F.vcry Nlehl Except Saturday. No passes honored on Sunday at the Itoxy. Thursday and Friday• Double Feature <*; Also in WARNER BROS! f.' Chiller-Diiler Hit! 0*( CRAIG ST£V£MS • ELISABETH FftASER JULl£ BISHOP • HUH* TOCOX • romrosD WLUC stsr . DirKita ty BEN STOLOFF Screen nay ty Anthony Cdd«wey and Raynw*4 £ch:0vfe • B^ied on 4 Play by RuTui Kirg OnS«I«

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