The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 16, 1944 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, June 16, 1944
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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.V COURIER NEWS Two Affairs Compliment Br^de-Eled and Fiance their nurrlage tonight, Mitt t Jean B«i« and Mr flanc*. Major Ltwts J. Ptrtridfc, hive UK«n turn off from thtlr pr*p»rations lor the wedding »ad his dull** as director bt flylnj it Blythtvllle Army Air Field'' to : attend Inte'feiting social affairs ' Mrs.-IJ. D Davis, cousin of the bride-elect, arid Mrs. Arrio.R. Hab- erkofn, her sister, *nttftsln«d with a supper party !*st night, prior to the rehearsal. The 'Colon la I Room of Hotel Noble was attractively decorated foi the occasion. Plntc roses and shasta daisies; flanked with white tapers, formed the centerpiece of the table wifh t the crystal holders reflccteil In the mirrored place cards, onm- ineuted with miniature bridal bouquets, ,' • "' * The -15 fyests Included members of the Bedding party. end their husbands or wives ' ' • . Mlssi May Dlxon was i hostess to 20fgus->is Wednesday nipht'Whcn shf comollmrnied Miss Baxter U'ltli u jjilscallanegus shower • - Tfar .this '» flair \she ' ilsed , the .home oftMr^ and < Mrs. Mar'cus Evmrd which wis decorated Ifi a 1 pink and white jheme , Kirik'rjses and stiasta daisies, surrounded with gleaming tapirs, ^dec- or^ted'tbe dining room table where the assortment of gifts were arranged and other flowers In these colors were used In the living room and on the sun porch." In a. bridal contest, Mrs o W. Gamgan received a prize of handkerchiefs -, ' ' A desiert. course VMS stmd. ' i ' • . „• • R^ne . George Celebrates Fifth Birthday' With Party It was his fifth birthday yesterday and so a party tyas In order for^Ernfst Hene George, son ot P\t rtene George" ot Camp Hoblnson, Ark., and Mrs George ., The 12 children went to the pltz Theater for 'a movie before, having ke; cream and birthday cake at ti dr ijg store. PaVors were whistles and • . , The yountf hoct was assisted by his rrl6tner, and his aunts,' Miss lon^Qeofge' aSd Mrs. Fred Sallba ''" Loy Eichs Are Guests' At'Supper Cliib Affair Mr. and Mrs. Lay Eich were guests of Jfr, snd ,Mrs O A. Cunningham lut night,When they entertained Ui| Slipped Bridge' Club. • Garden Ilower,i>'addfd"rnore color to the living room,,Informally M" ranged with smali tables In the card games which followed |ervlng of the Summer supper menu, Mrs Jljch and Harry W Haines won prizes Daughter Born Yesterday A 'daughter was born yesterday at Walls Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Bnrnett who has been named Lewanda Barnett. The Bdrnetl family lives at 320 North Filth. • * • . :' St. Louisian Honored At Party Last Night Mrs. W. M. Robinson, of St. Louis, who lived in Blythevllle before her marriage," was complimented last night when Mrs. C. O. Smith Jr., ond Mrs. -Elite Snipes entertained with n bridge party. Mrs. Robinson, the former Miss Sue Butt, and children visiting her mother, Mrs. A. M. Bull, and family. . " : :, ••' The Smiths' country home "Wlu- dermcre Farm" was attractively decorated r with roses and lilies In the'.rooms where the three'tables were /arranged for Abridge.'games. Mrs. John Caudill 'received:high score prize and Mrs.'Kpulnson wns presented a gift.' '- . • s A strawberry dessert- course was served to the guests who included Mrs. W. J. Pollard of Detroit, also a housesiifst of Mrs. 'Bull mid family. ; * * * '• Guests At Club Party Given By Mrs. Goodwin When -Mrs. M. a. Goodwin entertained, the Fortnightly Bridge Club yesterday at n luncheon she also lad us her guests, Mrs, A. M. Butt and Mrs. S. P. Martin, for the last party'until the Pall season. Hydrangeas and feverfew were arranged in ,vases for ndd color In .he living robin and miniature Bouquets of pink roses decorated :he small'luncheon tables. A two-course menu wns served. In the crird games, Mr\ Butt made high score and Mrs. Goodwin, second high. Mrs. Ellis Entertains For Young Houseguest Mrs. j. c. Ellis was hostess to eigh'i'.'guosls yesterday afternoon'si lier .iBarfield plantation "home in honor of her visitor, Miss Dorothy Virginia Holllday of Frederlckliurg, "ft.- - .-,-. • v :.< . " .I-'.' The -girts • played bridge in the living room, guy with colorlul garden • [lowers, mid for refreshments, the'tables were decorated with blue vases holding rej roses. Coca Coins were served during the . games, [ollowed by an 'Ice course with-cake, with Mrs. R. c. HoMldiiy .assisting' her sister.,. , Miss :Happy Hughes received high' prize, IVflss'Mary Helen Moore, second,: nnd .Miss HoJIlday was- presented a gift. Mrs. Hollldny and daughter plan to .leave within a tew days for Blloxl, Miss., to visli prior to returning home. ••'•.• Mrs. H. W. Wylie Hostess For Bridge Club Affair Adding Interest, to the weekly bridge game of the Thursday Con- trnct Club yeaterday afternoon was presence of two guests, Mrs. E. R. Lancashire and Mrs. James B. Clark, when Mrs. H. W. Wylle was hostess. Gladioli nnd rases made the living room even more attractive with the cnrd tables arranged there. Iced drinks were enjoyed as the women played bridge, us is the custom during this Summer Instead ol the usual luncheon party. Mrs, O. a. caiidlll won high nnd Mrs. U, L Banister, second high. • • • Honored On Birthday Mrs. Mac Dozter was hostess to nine guests Wednesday afternoon in compliment to Ruth Alton, because U was her 12th birthday. , Games entertained the enrols mid In the late 'afternoon smtcl- wlchos, drinks, birthday cake and candy we're served before favore were distributed. . OP A Is Blamed For Cut In Use Of Raw Cotton MEMPHIS, June 10. (UP)—National Cotton Council President Oscar Johnston of Scott, Miss., says OPA bungling has cut raw cotton domestic consumption by more than one million bales during the first 10 months of the current marketing year. He made this statement before the Southern Seedsmen's Association meeting in Memphis, where 13 southern states are represented. Johnston charges that many types of cotton goods niay not be obtained because of the OPA's action. He claims current celling prices are Wholly unreasonable. Dytss Resident Dies DYESS, June IB-Funeral services will be held Friday at tlic Baptist Church In Manila foi 1 Willis Harper Mlfflln, 74, who died Thursday at his home In Dyess. Burial will be In (he Manila cemetery, . ,.' • He leaves -.'"»-. stepson, Howard Cruse, Halls, Tenii., a stepdaughter, Mrs. Ruby Milloway, Dyess, and two brothers, W. W. Mlfflin and diaries Mlffltn, Centralla, III. Holland Baby Dies The infant son ot Mr. and Mrs. M,., ; p.,'.Holland died at o o'clock yesterday afternoon at Blythevillo Hospital. .The.'.baby, the first child of. the' Hollands, had not been named. : '"' ' Burial was mnde this morning at 10:30 o'clock al.Slmwoojd.Cenjetety. Cobb Fmierai Home wns IrVclmrgc ot arrangements. i Bits of News ',!Mostlj; IRersonaJ Mrs. Hone George and son, Rene, Mrs, Paul Jolje nnd two children will spend the weekend In l.lttle Rock as fuesls of 1'vt. none George and Pvt. Paul Jcbc, stationed at Camp Robinson. The ncv. u. C. Thompson arrived home last night from Slloatn Springs where lie conducted an evangelistic meeting for a week. Ho plans to be here for a week. J, M. Fowler Is undergoing treatment at Dlythevlllc Hospital. Mrs. n. I,. Wnde went (o Memphis Tuesday where she i.s undergoing treatment at the Baptist Hospital for a new nUincnt after having recently undergone an operation. Mr. Wnde, who accompanied her there, has returned. William Wayne Taylor, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hannah Taylor, Is recovering from a tonslllectomy performed Wednesday nt Walls Hospital. Dill Stovall will return today from Helena where he spent two days with Pete Kooncc, classmate at University of Arknnsns, Payettevllle, during the past year. En route there he accompanied Miss Qennle Hooper of Horatio, Ark., to Memphis from where she went home after having been honsegiiesl of him and Ills parents. Mr. and Mrs, W. H. Stovall.'since Sunday. ; Mrs. J. Farrls McCalla and daughter, Jennie Wren, Mrs. O. P. Bftr- l>cr mid .son, Tojinnie, went to Dy- crsburg, Tenn., yesterday to accompany home Mrs. J. M. Olllesple and great granddaughter, "Susie" Taylor, who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Lee nnd family. Mrs. D. C. McLean is In Memphis this week :is guest of her daughter, Mrs, Paul Jones, and Mr. Jones. Bob Goodrich left yesterday for Paris, Tenn,, where he is employed In defense work, after having been Biiest of his mother, Mrs. E. A. Goodrich, since Saturday. Miss Uelli Redding has returned to her home In Memphis after having been houscfc'iiesl of Joe Evrnrtl awl his parents, Mr. and Mrs, Marcus Evrard. Don Smart, sou oC Mrs, J, H. Smart Jr., has EOUC to Union City, Tenn., to visit the A. T. Olonr family. Mrs. L. A. Cothrcn underwent a major operation today nt Memphis Methodist Hospital. Her daughter, Mrs. Fred .Copoland, aicompanled Ijcr thare Wednesday nnd Mr. Copland went today. Corp. Marlon Gray left yesterday tot Klngman, Ariz., where he Is with the Army Air Forces, after having spent 10 days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. M, Gray, who accompanied him to Memphis. -Mrs. Lester M. Cooper, who recently underwent an operation r,t Memphis Methodist Hospital, jjas returned to the home of her nv.'ther. Mrs. John H. Long. She was accompanied here by her brother, Jolmny Long, and Mrs. Long, of Memphis. Mrs. T. J. Mahan has returned from nocheitor, Minn., where the visited her son, Capt. Thomas X. Mahan, and family and undcrwc-nt observation at Mayo Clinic. -Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Barnett and son, Edgnr, of Baton Rouge, La., have arrived to join Misses Ami and June BarncU who came several days ago to visit Mr. and Mrs, n, R, Barnett and Mrs. E. A. Fisher and family. They plan to leave tomorrow night. Mrs. Charles Lutes has returned from the Memphis Baptist Hospital where she recently underwent a major operation. She Is convalescing nt her home on Highway 01 South. Mrs. Ward Chapman of Mayfleld," Ky., is guest>of Mis'; Angle Hood and her aunt, Mrs. Jennie Malo-ic. Mrs. W. G. Sanders nnd daughter, Palsy, have returned to their home In Dallas, Tekas, after spending three weeks here as guests of Mrs. Banders' parents, Mi. ant! Mrs. R. A. Eades. jH '."SUNDAY, JUNE. 18TH, IS FATHER'S DAY' Far Dad CO i i—i , g: CO W - W W B , : : f I 6x3 ribbed Sox belt and initialed kerchief Here's a threesome for Dad by Interwoven (sox), Hickok (belts), Narshav Freres (handkerchiefs), He'll welcome either one (we would suggest the entire threesome) for each represents known values by makers he knows so well and in whom he has confidence. Better make it the threesome! socks from 45c • kerchiefs from 20c belts from $1 MEXSANA SODIUMS MEDICAIED TOWOH SprnHo healrtjih !rtl»i|«d '^ with MexiaiW ' Co'oll burn. Soolhel. Save mpjl lo big fizet. Poo! Will Open At Walker Park Sunday Morning Blytlievllle's Municipal Swimming Pool will open for the Summer at 8 o'clock Sunday morning, Fred s Sallbn, leasee of the pool, announced today. , .Arvll Green will be In charge of the pool, assisted by Mrs. Green who will sell tickets at the desk Acting ns life guard will be Al Romonn, with other life guards to' be named later. ' Mr. snllba, who has leased the pool from the Mississippi County Fair A.ssoctoUon for Hie Ittst five years, said that the poo) will be regularly impeded by Federal and State health ofllcers, ami health officers from the Blythevllte Army Read Oourtei rtew» vj-mt Ad*. FRIDAY, JUNE ]6/'l94'f Frances Duncan Will Sing With ' Paul Whiteman The singing talents of n former Hlytheville girl, Miss Frances Juonita Duncan, lias won for her national recognition, and an o»- portunlty to sing with Paul Whiteman and his band In July. The singer, 20-year-old granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. a. L. Scott of Blytheville, with whom she made her home until moving to Detroit three years ago with her mother, Mrs. Ethel Lybarda, gained prominence as a singer while ap- pcnrlng on the Blue Network's War Workers Swing shift Frolic Program . She'won a'$25 War Bond, presented at a banquet of employes of the Hudson plant, where she works as a driller, for her singing achievements over the national program when she won a nationwide singing contest. The Swing Shift Frolics, sponsored by the Blue Network, is being conducted in war plants through the country to discover talented war workers. Mr. Whiteman, who was one of the judges In the national contest, Invited Miss Duncan to sing will) his band this summer after hearing her on the program. At the Hospitali Bh/thevllle Hospital Admitted— v -Ray Allen Jackson, city. Monroe Reed Jr., Osceota. Mrs. M. D. Holland, city. Dismissed— Mrs. A. W. Katmon, Osc«ala. Gerrell Thomas, Cooler, Mo. Max Dingier, Tomato. Walls Hospital Admitted- Mrs. Joe Shanks, city. Benny Hays Jr., city. Margaret lUmmer, city. Alice Johnson, city. Born to Mr. and Mrs. John L: Mitchell, city, .a son this morning/ Dismissed— Charles McCrackln, Dell. ' Memphis S(. Joseph's Hospital Admitted— j Born to Mr. and Mrs. Leland Moore, Frenchman's Bayou, a son.' Memphis .Methodist Hospital Admitted- Mrs, b, A. Colhren, city. eluded In the rally, at which nil andldates have been Invited to nake announcements, . Little Rock To Make Survey ot Postwar Jobs LTTTIJ: ROCK, June 10 (u.p.) The Little nock Chamber of Commerce Is to conduct an economic survey of Little Rock. Secretary Scott D. Hamilton says tlte purpose is to determine the number of Jobs which will be available after the war. Figures will be based on reports of expected manufacture, wholesale and retail sales and chances in population. The sun does not draw water; it vaporizes the water and the vapor i'lses. IRRITATIONS OP EXTERNAL CAUSE Acne pimples, eczema, factory dermatitis, simplo ringworm, tetter, salt rheum, humps, (blackheads), and ugly broken- out skin. Millions relieve itching, burn- in;! nnd soreness of these miseries with ennplo home treatment. Goes to work at once:. Aids healing, works the autiseptiu way. Use Black and WhlteOintment only us directed. lOe, Mo, 60c siies. 25 years' success. Money-back guarantee. Vital In cleansing is jjood eoap. Enjoy famous lilack and Wbite Skin Soap daily. Coleman Will Speak At Osceo/a Tomorrow A political rally on the courthouse lawn in Osceola will be held tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock, with Liicien E, Coleman, local attorney who Is candidate for repre-' sentalive to the state legislature,' the principal speaker. A musical program will be in-' DANCE Thursday — Friday — And Saturday NighU' 9:30 to 1 O'clock In the Beautiful Blue Room of the HOTEL NOBLE Admission 65c Incl, Tax I ITZ Continuous Showi Etery Day Box Office Opens It45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KI.CN 0 ».m. 12:41 p.m. 4:SS pjn Last Time Today 'Higher & Higher' \vilh Miclicle Morgan anil I'm ilk Sinatra Paramount News and Sclcfted Short Subjects Saturday Scrinl: "Alaskan Myslcrv" No. 9 ami. Short Con. Showing Sal'day 1:00 to 11:30 w 322 Main Street .SUNDAY, JUNE 18TH,,IS FATHER'S DAY HASH ATHBONE . tttrlod Helnts j NIGtL ; BRUCE , cKK.iac-ir «no« oowiiiHi; mifcgtioii i CAU SONDtRGAARD ..,i.i t ii,,«. ;l . Sunday nnrl Monday . Parmiiomit \'o, vs an Continuous Showlnj Sao. 1:15 lo 1] Cool Week-end SPECIALS! -ICE CRfAM SUNDAES- - ' (Made With MidWest Ice Cream) .,.' Chocolate -. _ .] Chocolate Marshmallow 15 C Crushed Pineapple ' 20c Strawberry 20c Butterscotch _ _ 20c Crushed Cherry 20c Walnut Sundae 20c Dish Vanilla V.V.'.V..'.'.." IQc Dish Fruit or Special .; ]5 C Banana Split ' 25c COLD MEAT PLATE 50c Truly delicious hot weather lunch. MIDWEST ICE CREAM Ready Packed Pints 25; Hand Packed Pints 30c Ready Packed Quarts 50c. (All our fountain ice cream drinks and sundaes arc made from delicious MIDWEST ICE CREAM PRODUCTS.) WOODS DRUG STORE 221 W. Main Phone 507 .onergan Baby To Have Grandmother Guardian NEW YORK, June 16 (UP). The 21-month-oki son of Patricia .onergan, who was murdered Itust October by her husband, Wayne, will have,his grandmother as legal Tuardiah . The baby, Wayne William Loner- jan, Is heir to the Berhhelmer Brewery lortune. The Gift Shop Modem and Antique Gifts COSMETICS BABY GIFTS Creeling Cards Novelties A Gi« For Everybody lofrara Bldg. Phone 2254 MOSS BRYAN Guy Gean's SKATING RINK Now Open For Summer Big Tent Now Located 'Across From Nu-Wiiy Laundry '" Afternoon and Nile Sessions MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP IM U. ffzit Phone 2532 Bring U$ Your Beauty Problems Ertnlnf* Bj Appointment ROXY Hitlnew Bat. & Snn. Only Opens each night 11:45; starts 1 Opens Sunday 1:00; Start* 1:19 Continuous: Shorn Bat. mnd Sun. aitata Night Every Night Except ButordaT. No fane* honored on Bunt«y at the Kory. Last Time Today 'Sullivan's Travels' with Joel McCrea £ Veronica Lake Selected Short Subjects Saturday Serial: "Secret Service in Africa" No. 14 and Short Con. Showing Sat'day 1:00 to 11:30 Sunday and Monday ttblic Pictures presents. ...T? $m*°* « c : JUKI HAVOC DALE EVANS ; MAft JOxlt i OATIION • ' IUCI1N : IITTLEFIILD . IAN KIIIH toon and Selected Sliorl Contlnuonj Showing Sun. 1:15 (o 11

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