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PAGE TWO BLYTIIEV1LLB COURIER NEWS WKDiX'KSDAY, JANUA11Y 10, 1043 Coming Events THURSDAY • ' Mrs. R, I* Banister entertaining Thursday Contract Club. Thursday Luncheon Olub meeting »1th Mrs. 0, \V. Afflick. Mrs. R, C. Rose entertaining Oc- tette Luncheon Club. Miss Virginia Martin entertaining Thursday Night Bridge Club < Mld-Week Club meeting with . Mrs W. L HornPr, Fldelis Sunday School Class of First Baptist Church having pot luck supper »t home of Mrs. Alvln Huffman, 7 p. m. Friendly Eight meeting with Mrs. Ruby Brlley. FRIDAY C. B. C. Cub meeting with Mrs. O.- J. Little. Mrs; Boyce Moore entertaining G. N. B Club Mrs Jack Marsh entertaining Initial Club'. SATURDAY A.A.U.W. meeting with MissMiir- jorie Warren, 3.p.m. Mrs. Wroten Entertains Mrs. C. R. Wroten, who often pla\s bridge wilh members of Club , Eight, entertained thai group and several additional'guests last night at her home.on West Main Street Guests 1 , included'."Mrs. Toby Lon>{, Mrs. Verridn Thbmassbn,Mrs. R. C Allen, Mrs Jesse M White and Miss-Virginia Nunn. Prizes were awarded Mrs. Paul Jobe and Mrs. Otto Scrape for high ana second high among club mem- -bcrs. and 1 to Miss Nunn for high guest score A salad plate with iced drinks was] served D.A.R. Chapter Meets Mrs. Fred V. Rutherford, Mrs. E B Woodson and Mrs 0 R Wroler were: Hostesses to 12 members o: Charlevotx chapter of the Daughters of American Revolution when they entertained yesterday after noon with/a luncheon at IIolcl No ble. A three course liwh^n ?. i served in the ai nln 3 t\. - V) .'he'tablewascenteredwitii orful arrangement of Wlntct fri'lr- Later the rrierhbers went to'tht Colonial Room for a brief biislnesf session before Mrs. W. T. Obcrsl presented-'the' afternoon's program on '"The.:Political Background ol the Revolution." * * 4 Club, Guest Entertained Mrs Wesley Young played bridge with members of the Tuetdaj Bridge Club ^e£terday afternoon nhen they were entertained b; Urs. Dixie Crawford at her lioni or JCeiitucKy \jentie * ffleh^score prize for thejutternootj ' verfl'tg Mrs iLlovd < StlQkmon, 1 ' ^n "secpf" •-- •"--•— — .son. 1 ! The.hostess servcd'a salad:co'urs .. Executive Board Meets Members of the Kxecutive Boai of ; junior-Senior •: Parent.' Teache: Association met yesterday afternoo; at the home of Mrs. Marlon Wii Hams, vrith 16 present Mrs.-W. : L. Homer, president, w in charge of Uie business sessic when-reports . from commute chairmen \\ere filed Twenty-fi dollais was \oted as'a contrlbutio- towara purchase of pUygroui equipment, and $10 toward the pu chase of a large clock for the jur io r high school building Vrss Rosi Hardy, principal of t u high school, gave a discussion c the .use. of the UEO building I members of the high school grou which t>as met there for the pa several Thursday nights, for a. evening of games dancing and oth er recreational activities throug' the courtesy of the USD organiza tkm Refreshments were served "by th hostess during the social hoi * .which followed the business meet IPS-' * * • S. S. Class Party Given Mrs. J. \V. Sykes and Mrs. Fie cher King entertained members the, Phehean : Sunday School Cl, of First Baptist Church last nig at the King home. The. devotional was given by M v Kingf before the business sessi .when two new officers were electr replacing two who have moved awa ironvBlytheville. Elected to repla Mrs. Herbert Whitehead as assist- .ant^secretary was Mrs. Charles M' Cullom, while Mrs. Henry Rosr mond will succeed Mrs. C. B. Ket •* .tinker as group captain. :During the social hour which Io! , lowed, a salad course with coffee wr serv'ed by the hostesses. Lemon JuiceRecipc Checks RheurnatE -Pain Quickly , II Jroa Bofl«r from rteucotlc • n ' neuritis piln, try Ihla ilinple Irci^i. ^ , irtdpe ihit tbwatidA ire lalrc Get a p-i '-• ftp:e o^ Ru-fEx C(JtnpQuiid,'a two-wccl r; ; today.- Mix'•'* «Uh;.a qcan of wAUr, Ccd Ui Juice'of *' JftnfiMl H'a easy. Ko'frouVo •r;&11 ao<j rAcoesDt, You n«d only 3 tiblesjxxsri- luls two Utnca a d»r- Ortm wiihln 4S roui — ftntnrttaci, orcmlchl —apVendld rvsalta a: obt&lnM. II the paiiu do bot qutclclr Icaci 'and It 'tea flp* not twJ better, return thi empty p»ct»e* M-d Ra-Ei win omt )'6u not): lag IO UT-M It Is »T4 .by your druggist utxlc an at«?hAe ~ mooer-bfctk rursntcc. - r.a-Ki .Comp6wvl ta ; fpr ikkl tbii rtcrterccadcd Lj Birthday Party Is Given Buddy Max Porter was guest of honor at a birthday party given Saturday aftevnoon by his grandmother, Mrs. R. A. Dozler, who entertained six of his young friends it her home at 716 West Park Street. The affair was In cclebra- lon of Buddy Max's sixth birthday. Games entertained the children r several hours before refreshment* of birthday cake ami hot chocolate were served. W.M.U. Meets Monday Ten members of the Women's Missionary Union of Calvary Baptist ihurcli inel Monday afternoon nt the church for Bible study. Three new members attended this meeting. ' * * Celebrates 13th Birthday Mary Jo Eaton celebrated her 13th _ birthday Friday night when 'he entertained, 15 boys nntl girls at the home of her parents, Mr. \ '.ml Mrs. C. D. Eaton, on West Walnut Street. Games and dancing uruuscd the quests for several hours Uef.ire re- 'reshments were served hy the assisted by her mother. Daughters of the CoUmlal Wars. • Mrs, A. S, Dean, who has been ! for several weeks at her home, is much. Improved. Misses Gall and Lois Eich returned this morning u> Gulfpnik College, Gulfport, Miss., where they are attending 6choot.-\Thcy have 'l the Christmas holidays here their parents, Mr. and Mr*. Lay Elch. , Mrs. A. lj. Reagan is ill al her home. Garner Brothers All Have Served In Battle Zones Bits of News Mostly Personal Atr. and Mrs. W. U Smith of \rmorel have gone to Stuart, Flu., 'or a month's visit with Mr. anil 'fts. D. 11. Oarnec who recently hovcd ihere froni Armorel. Mrs. J. W. Autcn and daughter, Miss Anne Auten, have returned cm Dycrsburg, Tenn,, where they filed Mrs.'Attlcn's son, Corp, W. Autcn and Mrs. Autcn for n few iys. Corporal and Mrs. Autcn left {Iny for Lincoln, Neb., whore ho s been transferred. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Inngdon have s their gtiesls two of their grand- aughters, Mrs. Alec Brown of Vashlngton, D. C., and Mrs. Deri Jrown of Memphis. Mrs. Alec Siown has arrived for an inde Inlte visit with her yvandparcnts •hile her husband Is overseas, hile Mrs. IJcrt Brown, whose hus- ind also is : on foreign duty, will •• here for 10 days. Mrs. is.'A. Rice is 111 of Influen- .1 at her home on Chickasawba venue. \irs. Virginia Hall and son, Hcn- 'vson Hall Jr., • left this morning ' ""' At Ihe Hobpnalf Wnlh HospKal Admitted: Ernest Palo, Rt. 1, city. Mrs. K. L. Bennett. Osccola. Mrs. John H. Blaekwcll, city. U. K. Pale, Rt. 1, city. Mrs. Mamie Kirk, city. Dismissed:. Mrs. Cora Rushing, Cooler, Mo. Mrs. Irby Lcdbettcr, Rt. I, city. Lois Eskrldgc, clly. Ed Crawford, city. Mrs. W. D. Howard, Dell. Mrs, Billy Mitchell, city. Illylhevllla' Hospital. Admitted: Mrs. Marie Mlnyard, Dell. David Scott, city. Memphis Methodist Hosiill:il Admitted: C. N. Chamberlain, Osceola. Mrs. L. S. Jordan, Cooler, Mo. Marriage Licenses Marriage licenses issued through the local county clerk's office during the past eight dnys Include the following: Jesse P. Atnlpp and Mrs. Wllma Patterson', both oi Dyer&burg, Tenn.; Gilbert C. K. Taylor of New Orleans, La., and Mrs. Ann E. Atkins of HotSprings; a Forrester and Miss Ada Cornier, olh of East Praiile, Mo,; Ansll ewis and Mrs, Oda Johnston, bolh Dycrsbnrg, Term. Thclmcr Howard Pankey of Bly- evllle, and Miss liulh Deris Hunt Kelscr; James C. Mitchell and 'iss Hazel Tliompson, bolh of The four Oarner brothers have r.ll served ovcr.scas and been in the nrmcd f.irces ^norc, than two years for wlmt Is bcUcvcd to be a record. Of the four, three arc in Hie Marines and one in Ihe Navy. C. ,V. Gavner, radioman third clas.s of the Navy, now Is stationed in San Francls-o after' having served In the South Pacific. Pfc, Keith A, Corner was in Alaska before recently reluming to IWilford To Head 'Church Grusade In This Section The Hev, S. B. Wllford, pastor of First Methodist Church, was elected chairman of Hie area council organized at a meeting held last night at the church for the launching or the Crusade for Christ in the Blylheville area. Noble Gill will serve as co-chair- mnn with tlic Rev. Mr. Wilford, wilh Ihe committees set up last to make up the council to serve for tlic four years of the the Slates. Dlc'go. He now is nt San Scrgt. Tull A. Oarner, Imme from Hie South Pacific, Is al San Diego nt this lime. Tlio South Pacific also was the location of Corp. Duke D. Garner until recently returned to Quan- lt-n. Va. Their falhcr now lives at Charier Oak, Mo,, and llieir sister, Mrs. Howard T. Wnlrifn, Is making her home In Blvtheville. Her husband, Pvt. Howart! T^ Waldcn, is missing in nct'on while serving In the Infantry in France. r Flint; f^lch':.;'where'. they" \yil lu' • ,'h'cij -'parents; -Mr. nnd - Mrs Tt Du'gnn, to innkc their home. Sergt.' Gene Sykcs, stationed R to, Texns, will leave this nfter- on for Memphis and little Reel; here he will visit before return \S to \Vaco. He has spent tin st several days here with hi. •rents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Sykes id-his sister,' Mrs. H. C. Thomp u. Mrs. R. .1. Scott left ycstcrdn M- McDIll Field, Fin., where si) ''1 .visit her husband, Privat -olt, who is stationed there prio •> heing transferred. Corp. Hnrold Wr.id arrived horn nlKht Io spend his 30-da vlth his parents, Mr. an '-s. L. T. Wcod, nfter two vrnv "•sens service with tlie Marin "rps. '.'rs. Frrd PnrVrnn nf M°nmh "nt th" wcp^'fri'l here *"ltii \\< r-nts, Mr. nnd Mrs. j. W. SvV<> "nintr un cst^rlitlv to be -r br.ither. Seret, One Svkr- "•o xvns here on furlough fro "ic, Texas. Vrs. John Tyrone nnd h"r ii it son, Marion Enton Tyrone, •>rn removed ywlenlnv from Blv- "vtile Hosnitnl to the. l-.imc n[ yorsburg, Tcim.; idener and Miss James David Roslc Enochs, olh of Blylhcvllle; Raymond L. otter of Dallas, Texas, and Miss alhol Virginia Kennedy of Marn, Tenn,; Jay W. Ward and Mijs thel Dnrltnc Marshall, bbth of ascola, Mo.; Alfred C. Petty end fiss Ruby Nell Smith, both of urdeltc, Ark. Thomas Thurnum Walker of loldcn III., and Mrs. Fran- Keeping Up With The Men In Service Corp. Raymond Cook has arrived in the Panama Canal Zoiic for his second tour of duty there nfter spend Ing a 30-day furlough here with his mother, Mrs. Gertrude Cook. Connected with the Service Unit Dcptuimcnt of the Army, Corporal Cook already had served It) months In Pannnift before returning home on furlough. Leonard Mulling, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. O. .Mulling,of 1104 Clnrk Fircct, Is taking his boot training ill. Great Lakes Naval Training sta- lion, Great Lakes, 111., •following his recent, enlistment In the Navy. Mr. and Mrs. Mttltins have an- cthe rson, Carl U Mullins, s. 2-o In thft Nnvv. who is somelvhere In Hie South Pacific. I « • Octroi Allrcd of Osceola, petty .officer 3-c in the Eeataes, recently ' is arrived in Hawaii after serv- ,,„,.„ . ,,„ ., . . ,, ] S for nine months oh an island' Waves irenry mister ami MI, the,South Pacific, in a letter to Mnrvcllc Heiirlc- tx>(h of, |,i s wife, he said milk, coca-colas "ortnBpvllJe. Mo.; David E. Fernu- and fresh eggs Avcre- wonderful at- rii nnrt Miss Josonhtne James, i tor all those months - nway from >olh of St. I.ouls; Hn-bert Rllcvi such luxuries. >f PndncRh. Ky.. nnd Mrs. Myrtle Mr. Alfred, who fins been 1n ser- 'cttcr of Lcnohvillc, Ark. .,l vice for M months, has a son a Oorge T. Clinton nf Bremerton. w ir nlrt whom he has never seen, Crusade, Tlie five objectives of the Crusade, f.s announced by the council : the creation of n new work: order; the raising of a .func throughout the Methodist Churches for $25,000,000 for reconstruct!?! <md rciinbllltnU.in; the promotloi of evangelism; the promotion o stewardship; increase of chuvcl school enrollment nnd attendance Committee. 1 ; appointed are: Worn nil's Society .if Christian Service Mrs. C, L. Wylie, chairman, Mrs J. R. Gill, Mrs. A. W. Holllngs worth, MTK. Inez, Byrd, Mrs. W. I firoen: children's work, Mrs. Pau Ecttlcmlre, Mrs. Hugh Whltsitt Miss Alice Marie noss, Mrs. U. I Gay, Mrs, A. L. Reagan; yoiitl •'omniltloe, O. J. .Rogers, chairman Wilson Kenrv. Mrs. Mildred Blank "iisliip. Dennis Mullen, Mrs. R. L, Mnxwell. The Church School committee 1 ••rmnosed of Church School'suner Intcndrnts of the vnrtons churches Tl. S. Prcnson. Nob'n Gill. Mrs. A W. IfnllliiEswnrlh, Mrs. Mnlwl Kil Mrs. L"ls Harts, Ftnlnri Slmn«m n. W. O!irH»im. Hie trlffs commit trn. A. O. Tfnrtson, chaii-ninn. Nob] Olll. rn-chnirman. J. R. Lumber Tee Htll. James Sanders. Sinkers r.-Miimitlce, Ihe Rev. L. K. .Wilson, ••lijilrman. Karvnv Morris, Russell "nlnns, Doyle Byrd nnd Iverson Morris. rhiircVins In Ihn "Ivfhcville nrea "if Oin .yniiPK^nrn rllstrirl, rtrc: "First Army Needs More Nurses "M.hrrtUt cliin-h; Lnke Street HT/,|hnilist Oh'iifh: churches at v "rljrn ! r>nrt Prnmlsnd T."iu1: nt ^^11. nf. Orv^n^Il. TrinnL-r, Trnlf Moon nml Pimn^nn Mfmrrlnl Chanel." Tirn,nli<ii-c O f i,b c ro"ncil end mnnv IRRITATIONS OF EXTERNALCAUSE Hczchui, acno pimples, simple rinuvs-orni, otter, eaifc rlifliuu, liurnpy (Ijlackfio^ile), iiid URly bioken-out skin. Millions rc- icvo itching, burning _uiul eoAucss of IIL-SC miseries with lliis.'ininle hyrrietreal- nicnt. lilnek iniil Whito Ointment e°M o work atonco. Aids healing, works tlio antiseptic way. 25 years success. 10c. 25c, COo sizes. Purciiaso piico refunded f jwi'ro not eatisfiwl. UEO only na directed. Vilnl in cleansing i3 Bool £Oni>. E'.'njoy Iltaek anil \V3ii(o Skin Soup daily. Jallas 50 fouston 57 ackson' 40 •lltlc Rock 36 Shreveport 45 34 33 25 20 3L A gopher works its jaws 200 lines a minute when chewing. Mississippi County's Convention will be held at Riverside Methodist Church Sunday, Jan. 14, 2 p.m. The Public is Invited. Dr. W. A. Taylor Veterinarian rlionc 453 See At riiilliiw Motor Co. •s Dcre Sturdy of Valley Park Io.; John F. Rnncy of Sedalia, Io,, nnd Miss Dcxcenln Sams of *nnnlbjil, Mo.: Charles E. Dark of Mo., niul Ml«s Wihrm \. Schafer of Cape Glrardeaii, | | n ilo.; /liss K |v^t. |->,,,r.r-.-".r nt f|vst Church In Jonroboro. McthoA- Meetinas Chickasawba Lodge No. 134, P. & A. M., will have a regular meeting loinonvnv night, 1:30 o'clock, at the hall when Ihe first degree will be tonfcrreO, it was announced today! by PI. R. Aikcn, worshipful master. A pol-luck supper and men's Office Training Shorthand, Bookkeeping and Typing MRS. L.M. BURNETT 1010 Hearn Phone 3270 GIFTS Uncle Sam has issued an urgent SOS lq American women to respond to the Army's critical need of 10,000 more nurses. Combat casualties are rr\ounting at an unprecedented rate on battle fronts, and the ratio of nurses needed lags far behind. In 1941, Army detailed 120 nurses to each 500 men in 1000-bed military hospitals. Today the ratio averages 83 nurses and their assistants to 450 enlisted mcri. Eleven Army hospital units had to be sent overseas without* nurses, ah unprecedented condition in this war. To answer Uncle Sam's SOS, see your Red Cross chapter chairman. meeling be held tomorrow .ni','ht,.7:20 o'clock, al Lake Street Methodist- Church, when the Rev. R. S. Onird, pastor of First Chrls- (lan church, will bo guest speaker. The public is invited to attend, it was amiaiuicei today by the Rev. Hates Sturdy, pastor of Hie church. Temperatures High Atlanta :.. 40 Augusta 55 Birmingham :.-. 39 Charleston 54 Charlotte 51 Chattanooga 40 Chicago '. •.. — Cincinnati 22 Denver Gl Detroit 14 , nf Mrs, /Mired an c j the baby are mak- "i'sh.. nml Ji'iw Vnrn Townlfv ">recnvlllc. Miss.: Chester Non'nl i"B their home in Manila wilh her •'"lit nnrl Miss Pncht-l Pulli Urnn- larents, Mr. and Mrs. Hill Spain "in. liolli .if PIVfH^n. M".: Oharl-s R, Kenrbv of Ynkium. Wn."li.. nnd Mrs, I.nnl.sc Clmrrhvcll of nuwll- •Illf. />la.: Loul'f> Wan of Pnr- '•"Cvilln. Mn.. nix! M'ss Vllirl Mv- rs of Knobcl, Ark.: Hprh»rt Clnrk nil'' Mis- p-irhnrn Ploycc '• T pn-lrir. bntll of Fnvll, Mo. ti«np-)'i j. nn'-""in" .^r Tiwoli- ••H'n. Oliio. n"tl Wit niorh n itn.» n of \VosMnrrtnn. n, C.: I>r TT. Wells of nc'l. and Mrs. Al"im nf rrntnr. Mo.: Vc^trv Pny nf t- T5r.lv.rl \V Brooks of Moortnosnnrt, The Fhadv Lnne Home Domon- stralion Club met Jan. S vrtlli Mrs Hobrrt McHaffcy as hostess. Ei?ht members were present and answerer! roll call wilh "One reason why ' parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. 'ton. v 'n!. -Mnrvin Pni-in 5 nn left this •'-rnnon fnr ItHl» Rfck. where I consider 11 efsenthl to kecir farm " n . will snr-nrt two rlr.ys us miesl of and home accounts." '". and Mrs. John Wrinmann. A brief inisiiicss session was prc- s ile attending n meeting of the sided over by the president, Mrs. T. :amt>bell, and Mrs. R. McHaffcy demonstrated how to make pajamas from feed sacks. The next month's meeting, to be eld Feb. 7 n t (he home of Mrs. Jimmy Hipp, was discussed, with '*l™ns marie for an apron sale to be hold that day. During the social hour, refreshments of sandwiches, cookies and hot chocolate were served. Read Courier News Want Ads. UGHT COUGHS ^due to colds .. .eased without "dosing". 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