The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 8, 1945 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO BLYTHtiVlLLE COURIER NEWS JIONDAV, JANUARY 8, ig,|(j Coming Events TUESDAY ' Tuesday Bridge Club meeting aith Mrs. Dixie Crawford. Mrs Fan-Is McCalla entertaining Double G. Club. Club Eight meeting with Mrs. Paul Jobe; Business arid Professional Women's club mcellng at Hotel Noblo, 7:30 p in. Executive Board 'of Junior-Senior! Parent Teacher Association meeting with Mrs; Marion 1 Williams. 3 p. m, Charlevolx chapter of Daughters of . the American- Revolution meeting-, at. Hotel Npbte for 1 o'clock luncheon with Mrs. E. B. Woodson, Mrs. C. R. Wroteh and Mrs. Fred V. Rutherford as hostesses. . WKDNKSDAY Mrt; Harry Klrby entertaining' Wednesday Bridge Club. Town and Country Club meeting with Mrs; C. C. lAngston. Chapter "D";of P, EJ.O. meeting with B. A. Lynch, 1pm A. p. C. Cltlb' meeting 'yrltli Mrs. Sanford Sheltoiv THURSDAY Mrs. R. L. Banister entertaining Thursday Contract Club . Thursday Luncheon Club meeting with -Mrs. C. W. Affllck. Mrs. R.,c, Rose entertaining. Oc- tette Luncheon Club. Mis Virginia Martin entertaining Thursday Night Bridge Club. Bits of News Mostly Personal Mld-Weck : Club meeting Mrs W. L. Homer. with Sundaj Sclwol Clnss of Fust Baptist Church having pot, luck supper at home of Mrs Alvln' Huffman, 7pm ight meeting with Mrs. Brlley \ FRIDAY 0. B. O. Cub meeting with Mrs: C J Little. Mrs- Boyce Moore entertaining G N B. Club. Mrs Jack Marsh entertaining 1 Initial club / SATURDAY AAU.W meeting wllh MlssMaV- jorte Warren, 3 p. ra. Barbara Ann Prultt was removed Saturday to her home in the Pride Subdivision after having been :i patient' al Wnlls Hospital /or a WC'UK. following a minor operation. Beth Johnson, daughter of Pvt. and Mrs. Leonard Johnson, is able to be out after having been ill of mumps for the past week. Mr. and Mrs. C, R. Maddox pro slightly Improved at their home nt 207 North Fifth Street, after having been ill of 'Influenza for the past several days. Mo). P. A, Grimes of Centrnlla, III., arrived today for a visit with his linclcs, c. W. /Uflick nnd Mrs. Aftllck, and' W. A, Afftlck and lamily. Major Grimes recently has returned to the States after three and a half, yetirs .service in the Pacific war 'zone:. Mrs. J. L, Lewis and two r.ons, John and Scolty, of Lake Village, arrived Saturday morning to spend liie weekend •with Mrs. Lewis' sister; Mrs.Charles Venn, nnd family. Mr. and Mrs. tysury Wadley and family of Ehvlc siieiit the weekend here OS guests of Miss Irene Crowder and nieces. Miss Tommyo Dean Hatcher and Evelyn Hatcher. nichnrd ; Hetzlcr of Moberly, Mo., lB/gucft of his niece,-Mrs. Norman family. H 0 hns been stationed nt FraraguL for Die past four months Dr. James J. Webb arrived this afternoon at Ancon, Panama Canal Zone, to serve his internship at Qorgos Hospital there, having marie the trip by plane from New Cr- Icnns, Dr. Webb has spent the past several weeks hero with his patents, Dr. and Mrs. Floyd Webb after graduating from the University of Arkansas' School of Medicine In Little Rock, Lieut, and Mrs. R. T. Ashby re- unicd yesterday from Now Or-< eans and other points in Louisiana, vliere they spent their leave. Keeping Up With The Men In Service tvnd : Mr. Bunch. He Is here awing death- of his Brother, E. O. Betaler recently in Qlilcnr-i. Miss Vcrn Gcrnlrlrtv Is 111' nt her home on Chlcknsawbn Avenue. Mrs. I?, C. Allen, Mrs. Jesse M Bunco Club Is<For'med Mis. Hubert Wade and Mrs Jack Mniheny entertained' with a bun"o party Saturday night, at the Wade home, when the eight guests present, formed a new curd club to be Knojvn as the Friendly Eight nlub, and which will meet each Thursday. In the bunco' games played Saturday night, Mis. W. A Angel) ^\on tra\ehng prize, ",trs James Cozart f .hlffh score pr*?" cr*^ Mrs. Fred Smith low 'score p !"~ Sandwiches and Iced dri -» served at the conclusion of the games. ; Memte-s of the new club sre Mrs. Wade, Mrs. Mathenr, Mr*,! Ruby Briley, Mrs. Harrj- Weetoa, ! Mrs Smith, Mrs AngelL Mr& Jf«- 1| man Speck and Mrs. Otho EJan-1 field , j The Wade home was at decorated' with raised plils last week, Sfltiirday:iil!rlit. returning home Pvt, Louis Greene, stationed' nt Cairip Robiiison, Little Rock, siicnt yesterday here wllh his: mother, Mrs; Geraldlne Greene and other relatives. Billy' Eldridge, a-a- iu the Navy, will'arrive tomorrow from Ftirragut, Idaho, to snend his leave with! his mother, Mrs. Baker Wilson nnd To Entertain S. S. Qass \ Mrs. J W. Ravder and irrs Jirj | Tompkms will entertain EjsnJers- 1 of the Gleaners Glass of Fmi Bsp- } list Sunday School ilih z per;-? tonight, 7-30 o'clock, a; ths Eiajdrr \ home. j All members ot the class are Invited to attend. • • • Mrs. Eastburn Is Hostess Mrs: W. S.' Eastburn entertained Fridaj afternoon at her home for • members of the Initial club and one guest, Mrs. Don Aycock. Tns party, was, honoringthe birthdays of two club members, Mrs. Herman •May nnd 1 Mrs; W. ; C. Colston. Bunco was p!n>ed during the af- ' temoon, with high, score prize won by Mrs Colston, bunco by the hostess, and low by Mrs May. A dessert course, with iced drinks •sss aaved. teauty Bar you Ait icrtialioniif /< Headache cjryofcih.iastJon.Attheficstsfi " E&in t*kc Catu<Hnc. H qnicklrtrings relief; aoolhcs nerves upiet by the pain. U i liquid—already diaaotvtd J —all irady to nrf—all ready ( to bring comfort. Uae only as dlrectal. lOc, 30c, COe. Jesse D. Davis Jr., or BlylliG- vllle, serving In Prance with the Seventh Army, has been promoted to the rank' of serBcant. Sergeant Davis* wife Is making her home here while he is overseas, Pfo. naymond Holland Driskill, nother of Mrs. Maude Griffin of Route 3, Osceola, serving with a station hospital in Italy, recently vas promoted to that rank. In service since April,, 1043, he has been overseas since last July and wears two bronze stars for partlcl- >at!on in the Italian campaign, and has been awarded the good conduct medal. • * • Corp. Calvin • W.' Stofflc, son of Mr. and''-Mrs. W. E. Stoffie of 3rivcr, was , gradimted last week! from the AAP Flexible Gunnciy Scliool, Laredo, Texas. Ho now Is qualified to take has plnce as n member af a bomber combat crew. Signals Off Unaware that her fiance, MaJ. fliehai-cl 1. Bpng, of Poplar, U'ls., famed tighter ncc, would have limo 16 come home from the Philippines, Margo Vattendalil, above, of Superior, Wis., said his unexpected arrival had upset their plans for marrying some time in February, Slio' said they would "lalk It over" before he leaves for on undisclosed assignment. Meetings Members of the Tri-Dcltiv Club will' meet tonight, T;3o o'clock, at llic home of Gnlln. Mrs. J. Rirrls' Mo- Mcmbcrs of the- Order of the Enslerrr Stnr will Hold n stated meeting tomorrow night, B o'clock, at tlie litill. tr Courier News Want Ads; At The Hospitals filytlicvlllc Admittwl: Mrs. Georgia Lamliert, city. liorji to Mr. and Mrs. Dyer Garner, city, a son this morning. arn to Mr. and Mrs. R. c. lloclgc, Arniorcl, a daughter Saturday aflenicon. Dismissed: Mrs. E. VV, Howard, city. Mrs. Fred Wahl, city. Mrs. John Wylte, noscland, Leslie Anderson, city. Walb Hospital iVtlmlUed: j. If. Brces,- Dell. Mrs. B. H. Williamson, Mo. Jesse Bond, Decrlngj Mo. Mrs. Leon Schcrer, city. Dismissed: Mrs, J. C. Gray, Monette. UnijieJlo Peterson, Stcele, Mo. .Mrs. Earl Leggctt. city. Mrs. Jesse Burchell, Osccoln. Eugene Shannon^ Hermondale Mo. Paul Byruirij city. , Tyler, the rites from JMylhcvlllc were: Mr. and Mrs. Matt Scruggs, Mrs. Mnigaret Crawford, Mrs. Imogens McFarlnnd, Lieut, and Mrs. Donald H. Day, Lieut, and Mrs. Robert Collie, Mr. and Mrs. Tim - Estes, Lieut. Erwln , M. • Mitchell, Mrs. George Hopp; Mrs. Ira Walters and Mrs.- lone Ropp. ••. • - . CARD OF THANKS In loving memory of our darling son, Elvis Forshcc, who passed away Jan. 5, 1944. A year ago today since our loved one passed, away. Yes, he Iclt us so sad and lone, to Join the angels in that beautiful home. He was loaned to us for sucli a short time, but oh how loved .and worshiped he was. He was so good find kind we love the memory so sweet of- him. It is llierc forever, to never grow dim. Our hearts are'sad; so very sad, for [lie loss of our loved one we once had. ' . . His mother, Mrs. R. E. Forshee, Attend Services For Lieutenant Beisinger A large number of Blyiiievllle people attended funeral services Jield yesterday afternoon; 3 o'clock In Memphis for Lieut. Waller B'. BelsltJger Jr., one of the victims of- a plane crash last Thursday which claimed the lives of three 'officers of Blythevllle Army Air Field. Included among those' attending ReliefAtllst For Your Cough ! Creomulslon relieves promptly because it goes : rtghtto the seat of the trouble to help, loosen and expel germ laden phlegm, nnd aid nature to soothe,and heal raw, tender, in- named bronchial mucous membranes-: Tell your druggist to sell you ; a bottle of Creoinulsiou with the understanding you must like the way it quickly allays the cough or you are to have your money back. GREOMULSION for Couehs, Chest Colds, Bronchitis Elm Gets OOSl CAMBniD.OE, Mass. (UP)— Tlie tallest tree in Harvard 'University's north quadrangle is 50 feet from the ground, but only 30 Inches tall. Since 1928, the elm tree, has been growing out of a chimney top on the Cruft. Lnlioratory. Webster Given Purple Heart Posthumously The Purple Heart medal has bcc-i awardej posthumously to Pvl. Walter G. Webster Jr., of Blytlievllle', according to a message received Saturday by Ilk parents, Mr. and Mrs. waiter G. Webster. ' • The 13-year-old soldier, a member or tlie Tank Destroyer Corps, was killed In action last Aug. \7, white participating In tlie Invasion of Southerri France. Lettuce requires 1000 pounds of water to produce''one pound of dry material. ..> 2 iropa in each nnslril emink membrane^ 1 cold stuffed iioso oixia. Cnu- lioti:U£0<mlyasilirecte<l PEHETfiO rtOSE DROPS Office Training Shorthand, Bookkeeping and Typing MRS. L M.BURNETT 1010 Hcara . Plione 3270 Mississippi County's' will be held at , Riverside Methodist Church Sunday, Jon. 14, 2 p.m. The 1'ublic is Invited. GIFTS of IRRITABLE, HI On "CERTAIN DAYS" Of the Month? 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