The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 17, 1945 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, January 17, 1945
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BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 11, Coming Events THURSDAY Thursday Luncheon Club meeting with Mrs. E. B. Get. , Mrs. Henry Humphreys entertaining Thursday Contract Club. Thursday Night Bridge Qiub meeling with Miss Jane McAdanis Mid-Week club meeting with Mrs B. A. Lynch. Mrs J. c Ellis entertaining Oc- tette Luncheon Club <, A Mrs Harry Weedman and Mrs Fred Smith entertaining Friendly Eight Club at Weedman home.' Pathfinder Class of. First Methodist Church meeting with Mrs O.'.li; Graves on West Main St., 7 15 p. m. FKIDAY Mrs.- Chester Caldwcll entertaining Chapter "N" of P. E O, 2 p m Initial Club meeting with Mrs Herman May. Mrs. Robert' Weedman entertaining O. N. B Club Mrs Ross Moore cnteitninlng G. N. B Club • v > Mississippi County r , Council ol Parents and Twchcfs',Tvlll meet at Yarbro School Kith registration at 9 30 a. m, program at 10 a. m. Mrs. Butt Entertains Mrs ' W P. Brewer and Mrs John Featherstone plaved bridge wilh members of the BI-Monthly Bridge .Club who yesterday were entertained by Mrs. A M Butt nt Bridge Club Entertained All members of the Tuesday Bridge club were present, yesterday afternoon when Mrs. Murray Smart entertained at her homo on West Walnut Street. High score prize wns received by Mrs Max B. Reid arid second high by Mrs. Ltoyd Stickmon. Club' Eight Entertained Mrs. R, O. Allen played bridge with members of Club Eight Insl night -when they were entertained by Mrs. Paul Jobc at her home. •Mrs. ottp Scrape received high score prize and Mrs. Allen \vas second high. A dessert course with coffee' was served. * * • Officers Are Elected Mrs. J. U. McDowell , was rcclect'- cd to the presidency ol the' Woman's Auxiliary of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church In n meeting held Mon^ day afternoon nt the 'home' of Mis. O. O. Haulaway. Other off^ers who will servo with Mrs. McDowell are , Miss lone George, vice president,; Mrs. John Blythc, secretary, rind Mrs. Hartla- way, treasurer.' , ' . , Mrs. McDowell ''.presided over the business session trheri roiltiiia bws 1 - Incss Avas transacted and plans for a church supper to be held BOinu'- tlmo In Fclivuavy were discussed. The devotional: '. period was in charge of Mrs. Thomas B. Smyllie Bits of News Mostly Personal went to 1 .Mrs ,Geow W nnd second'to Mrs M n nr j '"lt> Light refreshments v • •> -••,•! during the' bridge games / * ' ' Wesleyarf Guilrj Meets Members of the Wesleyan Guild o^ Lak$ Street, Methodist Clnirch met last'night' n't (Ke home of Mrs AlBerf Stanton, 020 South Lake, with seven mernbers and one visitor present Subject, of (he program was 'Owii n&ors Whlcfi No Man Can ShuV presented un'rier the direction of Mri' Iverson Af.irrls, with all mpnitiSr-i participating At the close of the meeling refreshments were servrd bv the !xV*t«ss, assisted by Miss Earllnc Sullivan^ The riwrt'.meetlni; of the group fill be held Peh -m at the IIOIIID of Mrs Harry Tnjlor • • * Miss Shaver Is Hostess Miss Margaret Shaver pntertam- ed members of the Double G Club _ an^ one additional Riiest. Mrs W K, Francis jif Tuscflloosa, Ali^Itibt prayer. Refreshments, were served during the social hour. . • At The Hospitals , ,v- v ; was 'ptaytd during' Ihe even in E, -with high score pfttfe won by Miss Prances' 1 Littfc and second high try Mrs Albert K Taylor. ,The hostess served a dessert course: • • • Club, Guest Entertained Mrs John R McDonald last nil-lit entertained members of La ffeuve Club at'her home for their weekly bridge game, when Mrs Russell Haynes Parr of Ashdown, Ark, houseguest ol Mr. and Mrs Stis-elj Farf. also «ns a guest v. In the bridge games plaved, Mrs Richard B Logan it received high score prize, and Mrs William Q Boyd second high Mrs Fan- also was presented with a gift from her hostess Canapes and iced drinks were Eerved during the games nnd a dessert course at the conclusion of the n\en!ng~ le Hospital Admitted: Mrs. Mary Mlnyard, Dell. Evelyn dvcrton, city. Betty Jo Knlpplc, city. Harrison Cherry, city. Dismissed: P M. Bennett, city. Mrs. A. C. Norlhcutt and baby city. Virgil Crook, city. IV.ill? Hospital Admitted: Arvle Walklris, CarulhersvDle Mo.- Charles Motley, Lenchville. Dismissed: • '.. v Joe Byrd, Leachvillo. Mrs. Harvey Baldrldge,- city. Mrs. John Blackivell, city, Memphis Baptist Hospital A rim I tied: Mrs. Jnko Ucrnslcin, Caruthers ville, Mo. Promised Land New: Tlie Womans beeiotj of Chris llan jSB'jlla^ wJU l^olj Ihclr socln and pngrnm meeting tomorrow af Icrnooh, 2:30 o'clock, at the horn of Mrs. Hubert T,. Mitchell. Tlie Rev. ,l. Ibcrt Gatlln, super Intcndent of the Jonesboro Dlstrlc. of Methodist Churches, will pi 1 *' Sunday at the 11. o'clock mornlri' service nt Promised Land Methodist .Church. He will again hold i service at 2:30 p. m., to be follosvec by the-First Quarterly Conference J. L, Terrell Presides Commander J. i,.- Terrell presld ed over the business meeting o Diid Cnson Post of the Amcriciil Legion held last night at the Hut Routine business was transacted Staff Sergt. and Mrs, M. N. Coney of Cam]) Hood, Texas, hnve )>ccn spending'their' 14-day furlough with Ihclr parents,"Mr. nnd Mrs. A. H. iakcr'of Armoi-el, and Mrs. E. G. xjvell. Th'ey also have visited fcla- ves ;In Jacksbh rind Hum'boUtt. enn. Mr. nnd Mrs. B, P. Darby rc- iroed yesterday from Tylef, Texas, 'here they spent the weekend with iclr son, Pvt.- Whorlcy 0, (Jake) arby and family, and with Pvt. erle Wilson. Private Darby and rlvnle .Wllson ; both arc stationed t Camp Fmiriln, Texns. Mrs. Bert Bi-pwri of Memphis, who ns been visiting her grandparents, fr. and Mrs. W. S. Langdon here or the past 10'days, returned home Us inoi-nlng. She'.was nccompanled 0 Memphis by hcr.nunt, Mrs. Welch "'osier, who will return tonight. • Mrs. Edgar Fowlslon rclurned ist night to her home In Mouiit 'crnon, N. Y., nfter a visit .'of.six •eeks hero with her daughtcr-ln- iw, Mrs. Dalton- C. Fowlston and nirllly. ... Mrs. Raymond Hlllls of Prcscolt, rk., is vislli'.ig lierc In the homo f h'et sister. Mrs. G. n. Hammock lid family^ , ; , Mrs. George Grenr Jr., will ar- ive; tomorrow night from her home' 1 Columbus', Ga;,'to bo the house'-' licsl of Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Grear. Manila Louise Taylor is 111 with nfliieAztiv at hot homo on North irondwny. William K. Taylor,, aviation ma- hlnlst's mnte of the' Navy, lias re- oftcd .to San Diego, where he Is chedulcd for a hospital rest fol- owlng a 37-day leave upon his re- urn, I'o .Ihe, states, after having ecn on the Carrier Princeton wheh/ untc Oct. 24. He was guest of'h'Is •nother, Mrs. W. K. Taylor, and fniiy; while licrc'. Tliebdore . Wali^.son of Mr. and Mrs., Wilbur ty. Walil, left today or Ca'mp CHaffee, Fort' Smith, Arkl, ro'm whert he will report to Kces- or .Held, Miss., to begin his basib rairih'ig as a cadet In the' Army \ir Corps; tanquet Postponed The' Founders Day banquet •tacdulcri to be held tonlghl at V Junior Chamber of Commerce 'lubroom In the Anthony nulld- ig, hns been cancelled, 11 was •nnounccd today by Jim Smolher- lon, president of the organisation. : Award of the distinguished serv- •"".e key to the young man selected <! having been the most outslaml- n? In Ihe community during the 1st year, nlso scheduled to be •nde. tonight, will bo made, rt ^•it. Monday nipht's regular dln- •er meeting of the Javcec prnuo. lent. Col. Howard c. Sidling, ^iiinnndlnc nfflccr at Blythevlllc 'rmy Air Field, will make the pre- TiLntlan address. Local Library Has Busy Year/ Report Indicates In reading reached a new high during 19*14, It was revealed in a report, on activities of the Ulythevillu Library Association' showing Hint 880 Jiciv readers were added to the library llsis last -year. I'iie report, was made by Mrs; Ira Gray, librarian, nt a recent board, •nectiug. A substantial cash gift to Hie 11- l>rar'y by Mr. anj Mrs. Ha'r|ry W. Hnlncs for purchase of children's books, was acknowledged at this meeting. The addition of 402- juvenile readers during the past year' mnkes the gift doubly -appreciated at this time, Mrs. Gray stated.' ' The report also revealed, that' from the expenditure of.$500'by thel library, • together with Individual 1 Sifts of money and books), .405 new: books have been added '-, to i thV shelves, making a total number u'f volume.'; In' the library at this' time of 0,337, or which 1000 are from' the Afisslsslppi County Library' Iri'Osce- olal ... Two newspapers, four adult magazines and six juvenile magazine's' also nrc received by the library for' se of the public. ...... ,The library board consists oMVIrs.' C. W. Affllck, chairman; Dr. iV. H Moor'c, treasurer; Mrs. W. id. Wll- llnins, secretary; Mrs'. 'llerm'oh Carlton, Mrs. Dixie Crawfbfti; Lieut.- CornmuY. Oscar Fcritller) lil'iss Rosa' M. Hardy; Miss Winnie' Vlrglf turner, Ms. F. A. White, Kendall Berry. -.•-,- Tills latter project was handled through the Camp and Hospital Committee of the American Red Cross of which Mrs. George M. Lee Is chairman. . Mrs. Bryant Stewart was in charge of the program when Mrs. Ed n. Cook, who. represented the Department, of Arkansas at a meeting ,of the Advisory Council to the Woman's interest Section of the War Department's Bureau of Public Relations held Jan. 12 in Memphis, gave a report of this meeting. Group singing concluded the program, arid during the social hour, refreshments of sandwiches, cakes an(t coffee were served by the hostesses, Mrs. J. M. Cleveland nnd Mrs. Paul Wiggins. Dyess Man Wounded Edward Eugene Woolen, seaman seaman first class ol the Navy, has pen wounded In action, the' Naval Department has announced. . He Is son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert ainmet Woolen of Dye«». Read, Courier News Want Ads. Legion Auxiliary Meets JVIeinboVs of the American Legion Auxiliary met last night at the Hut for their, regular monthly program session. Due to unavoidable circumstances,, this \yas tlie.first meeting since Christmas. Following openlrig of the' business session by the president, Mrs, Joe Scruggs, reports oh Christinas activities, were made' by committee' chairmen. ,. TH'c'se' reports revealed'- ttiat. tlie Auxiliary had made a holiday donation to the USO',- fiad bought a ctrnlr for the .WAc'jecreatlori room at Blylhcvillb Army Air Field, had purchased a $10 Tuberculosis Bond, and had, together' with;-tlie Legion' purchased" Christmas tree's for decoration of the hospital', at" BAAP. Beware from common cofds That Hang On Creomulslon relieves promptly be- cmise it goes the seat of, tot trouble to help loosdrv and expel prm laden' phlegm, and aid nature to soothe nnd henl raw, tender, In- named bronchial mucous membranes. Tell your druggist to sell you a bottle of Creomulslon with tlie understanding you must like trie way it quickly nllnys the cough' or you arc to have your money back GREOMULS1QN rorCouehs, Chest-Colds; Brorichiris Coughs two simple steps in Improving the LOOKS ...boosting VIIAlim 1 -Promote tho flow of VITAL DIGESTIVE JUICES irifhc jtomach 2 -Energi«your body with RRITABLE On "CERTAIN DAYS" Of The Month? po'f'un'etlonal'iicrlodlc disturbances nuke you feel nervous, fldecly, Irrl- table, tired, anfl obit blue— at such times' Then st»rt at once—try Lydia B Pinfcharri's Vegetable Compound to na herb.1' (plus' Lydia E. Pinkhsm's yEGETflSlE COMPOUND Prescription filling is a Jjersotia! business.. .personal for you—and personal for us. Hero, your i'iiarmacist gives your prescription Iris personal alteiuion and accepts it as his personal responsibilily to sec tliat your doctor's instructions arc followed lo llic letter. 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