The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 22, 1944 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 22, 1944
Page 5
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THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1944 BLYTHEVILLE '(AUK.); COURIER 'NEWS Outdoors Calling Youths Here; Many Prepare To Attend Camps Five Guests Present Al LaNeuve Club Parly Adding special interest to the party of (he laNcuvc Club Tuesday night, with Miss Mary Adah Robinson as hostess, presence of five guests, Mrs. Howard Moore of Fort Pierce, Fla., who Is visiting' Dr. and Mrs. L. II. Moore ami family; MLss Jcanetta Jean' Sc- baugli who recently arrived home from Drake University, DCS Moinc.s, Iowa; Miss Belly Brooks Isaacs, Miss l>cggy Willie and Miss Mary Helen Moore, all of whom have returned from University of Arkansas, Fayellevllle, where they attended school this year. Roses mid .sweet pens predominated in tlie Summer (garden flowers which decorated the living room. A sandwich pinto was fcrved al Hie conclusion of the bridge games. Mrs. Jack Chamblin won high and Mrs. Nccly Young, second high, in the club, and first, arid second guest prizes went to MLss Isaacs and Miss White. Son Born Yesterday A son was born yesterday afternoon lo Lieut.' and Mrs. Robert Harrison of Ulythevlllc and Indiana, fa. The baby, their first child, has been named Randolph Carter. Lieutenant Harmon, stationed here more than a year, Is In the Traiisili.-m Group of Blythcvillc Army Air Field. * • • Has Wiener Roast W It wa s the ICth birthday of Harry Carter Farr and so a wiener rcnsl was planned last night ii honor of the occasion. The II) couples enjoyed the a fresco affair in the back yard, where ping pong and other games were played after .supper, and dancing concluded the entertainment. The host was assisted by his mother, Mrs. Russell Parr; his grandmother, Mrs. T. 11. Haynes, and Mrs. J. W. Shouse. Included in tlie guests was Miss Billic Clair McClcndon of Jackson, Miss., houscgucst of her cousin, Miss Mary Lou Joyiicr. Attends Family Reunion Mrs. Paul Grccmvell has returned from a vacation spent in Missouri during which time she attended a family reunion at Perryville, Mo., to honor her mother, Mrs. Annie Toone, on her 78th birthday. Slie ivas accompanied to Pcrry- villc Simduv by her sisler, Mrs. Tony Wulfcrs, whom she visited in Cape Girardcau. Hayride Compliments Jonesboro Visitors Real hay on a large (ruck bed made an "aulhcnlc" hayrtdc last night when Miss Mary France.? Nunn and Miss Rosemary Child entertained In honor'of MIssChlld'K houscguests, Miss Juanlta Williams and MLss Mary Lou . Colllsou, of Jonesboro. The 45 present motored to Bar- Held where a picnic was served on the banks of the Mississippi river. Accompanying the young people were the Rev. J. p. McDonald and Lieut. J. G. Fettle. Included In the guests was Miss Betty Jean McClcndon of Jackson, Miss., houscgucst of MLss Sarah Grace Joyner. • • • M. E. Group Transacts Business At Church Plans for future activities of the Lake Street Methodist Church's Woman's Society of Christian Service were made In a meeting Monday afternoon at the church. This group will serve the men's club of Blythcvillc Army Air Field at a supper meeting Thursday June 29, at the Woman's Club. Mrs.. Bates Sturdy outlined the new study book to be taken up 1m mediately. Mrs. W. L. Green, who presided, urce.i all officers to attend • the meeting Monday afternoon with quarterly reports to be sent to conference. , ' A donation was taken for Chinese and African relief. • Mrs. Green read Hie scripture lesson and Mrs, Iverson Morris said the closing prayer. The 11 present included a visitor, Mrs. W. E. Howard of Carulhers- villc, Mo. • • • Afternoon Party Given For Jackson Visitors * Misses Billle Jean and Betty Clalr McClcndon of Jackson, Miss, hoMegUMts of Misses Sarah Grace and Mary Lou Joyrier, were complimented with an informal party yesterday afternoon when their hostesses entertained 30 guests at the tome of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Joyner. Assorted party foods were served from (he lace-draped dining table which had for decoration a centerpiece of colorful garden flowers in vivid shades. Musical records were played during the afternoon. Bits of News Mostly Personal Field, Denver, and PvL Charles Rhodes of Snn Lulsoplsco, Calif., are guests of Mr. mul Mrs, \V. E. llugun iintl faintly Mrs. l.croy Huddlesion mid children, Martha and Leroy Jr., wcnl to Ruwellvillo today lo spi'nd two weeks with Mrs. Hmldlo.Klon's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. 13. Hurch- Neglect Slipping FALSE TEETH Do false teeth drop, slip or wabble when you talk, eat, laugh'or sneeze, Don't be annoyed and embarrassed iMsiich handicaps. FASTEETH, an fifkaliiie (non-acid) powder to sprinkle on your plates, keeps false teeth more firmly set. Gives confident feeling of security and added comfort. No gummy, gooey, pasty taste or feeling. Get FASTEETH today at liny drug store. County Council To Hold Meeting Here Saturday The County Council of Home Demonstration Clubs will meet, for a pot luck luncheon on Saturday June 24,.at the Blythevlllc Woman's Club. ,.« It was urged that representatives from every club attend as some county wide topics of Interest will be discussed. Among other things there will be community canning and testing of the steam pressure cooker guages. IUa« Couner new< vront Adm. Bill Morse, apprentice seaman attending Ihe University of Arkansas School of Medicine In Little Rock under the V-12 program, will arrive Saturday to spend about ji week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Byron Morse. Mr. and Mrs. I,, u. Humphrey and daughter, Mrs. Eton Jones, of Wardell, Mo., arc tiiiesls of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Humphrey and Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Humphrey. Mr. and Mrs". K. Allen Diddle of Harrlsbiiry, 111,, are id the Golf Hotel for several days stay. Havim; extended their bus.ness Interests hcic it is probable they \vill eslwb- Ish a residence in. the city, Mr. and Mrs; Baker L. Wilson have returned from Memphr. where (hey accompanied Mrs. Inland S. Rti'ana- llian who continued her trip lo Montgomery, Ala., alter Imvlng been their uuest for a week, Mrs. Neville Blutrtmorc has •:<;Untied from Hopkins 1 /;,In, Ky., wiu:r.r she wan guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Ki.'k Thomas. She w.:s accompaniM there by Mrs. Hubert Potter who remained until Saturday when her parcnU will accompany her here for several days slay. They formerly lived In Blythcvillc. Mrs. V. G. Gil! and daughter, Miss Robin, left today for Los Angeles, where they will visit Corp. and Mrs. Udell Newsom. They accompanied Miss Virginia Lee Ncwsoni of Tunica. MLss., niece of Corporal Nuwsoin andMrs.Jaojucrs of Tunica. Making Ihe trip by cur, they plan to stop at several places of interest en route there. Pvt. Pat Harrison, who attends University of Tennessee School of Medicine in Memphis, is spendiir; his between session vacation with Ids parents, Juilfe nnd Mrs. Zal B Harrison, prior to beginning his sophomore year. He is ntleiidlng school under the Army program. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Berryman have as llii-lr cuests Mrs. Berryman's grandmother, Mrs. Allhca Randolph of Caruthersville, Mo; her great, limit Mrs. Lillie Huark of Morganficld, Ky., Ixith of whom arrived yesterday for a week's visit, and her cousin, Mrs. Donald Humphries of New York city who arrived Monday. Mrs. Humphries, the former Miss Julia Phclps of Blytlit;- villc and Caruthersville, will BO there today to visit her mother. She plans to leave next Thursday to return to Chautau([H(i, N. Y., where she Is spending the Summer while attending the Jtdliard School of Music for voice instructions under. Evan Evans. She is to "be accompanied by her cousin. Miss Mary Sue I!cr ryman who will spend her vacatio there. Mrs. G. E. Gillenwaler nnd children, Christine, Betty and Mari- bclle, have returned from Marianna where they spent the Father's Day weekend with Mrs. Gillenwatcr's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lansston. The Rev. T. Richa'rd Reed of Jonesboro, radio pastor of Blessed Old Bible Hour and who lias been conducting nn evangelistic meeting at Bcmis, Teun., spent last night here as guest of The Rev. and Mrs T. L. Lewis. Tommic Virgil Lewis of Kalamazoo, Mich., is guest of his parents, the Rev. and Mrs. T. L. Lewis. Miss Dorothy Rylee is spending her vacation in Jackson, Tenn., as guest of her sisler, Mrs. Otis' Roush. and Mr. Roush. Staff Scrgt. John Rhodes, formerly stationed at Blythcvillc Army Air Field nnd now at Lowery ard, and her iiurchard. sister, Miss D'eiols Miss Mary Helen Moore and her lioiiSi'BUcsL, Mrs. Howard Moore of Foil I'lcrei 1 , 1'ln., spent l.-xlny In Memphis. Mrs. it. I,, Lamb and son, Cioorije Hmich, of I'urllinul, Oregon, an; guests uf Mr. and Mrs. John Fuslcr nnd Mr. nnd Alts. S. L. lioach. They will uu here a monlh. Aflci' having moved to Portland last, December. .MLss Marilyn Demi l s visiting rclaltve.s in Sikrslon, Mo. MLss KWophlii Whit worth ivcnl to Hot Springs today to spend several diiy.s with friends. Condition ol J. !'. lAm'Icr, who Is critically til at lilythevllle Hos- pilal, Is no better loday. . . . and SweetHcart Soap gives mounds of rich, creamy lather- even in hard water. Here is real BEAUTY lather - velvet-soft, delicately fragrant. It cleanses gently, yet thoroughly — leaves your skin radiantly clean ... feeling soft, smooth, lovely! Change to pure, mild Sweet- Hcart Soap — for lathery baths, fragrant shampoos and gentle complexion care. K. \f SWEETHEART TOILET SOAP THl SOAP THAT AGREES WITH YOUR SKIN WEDDING FLOWERS Our expert florists will handle decorations ror weddings, parties nnd other occasions. Call us for an estimate FLOWER SHOP F.T.1). Service We Deliver Anywhere I'll. l!)l Mrs. J. M. (Mac) Williams, owner Glencoc Bldg. ALTERATIONS! Come to Hudson's for alterations of all kinds. We have three expert seamstresses on duty at all times. UDSON Cleaner—Tailor—Clothier Donee To Be Given For Guards Of Prison Camps So Una gmmling n Gcnimn prisoner of iviir camp will not Ue iill work mul no piny, the local USO Is milking plnns for :i diuice (o tie licld Tuesday nl^lil ill Ihc USO cs- jicclally lor UiiHcd Slnle.s Army men wlio arc .serving us isimrcls nt- Hie prison ennuis al Victoriii, Kcl- scr anil Bassctl. Tlio Tucsdny night affair is cx- l)cclc C ] lo he Uio first In a series of .•.(icli dunces for (lie gimrds, O. W. nnnk'lson, USO director, «nld. Army convny trucks will furiilsli tlie Irauspnrlnilon of tin; siitdiers, It's rump time ii(jitln H'jlli a number of niythcvlllc boys ulmidy lie- glJHiljii; cBinp life Oils ivcek wlille several others will leuve uoxl month. r r rhi' number of elds . from niyllicvIHe this your Is much less llian last- yeur becmise only I'urlli'sl reiilstrunls wove forlunnlc emniRH to lw Included, Uccnusi} of the overflowing enrollments. Six boys left tills week for lire- vmd, N. 0., to iiltend Gump C'uro- ., llim. Clmrlcs III is llu-rc for Ills second yeur utter Imvlng ut- tciuU'd Mnywond Junior Camp two yours; E. I). Clou Jr., Is I here for his third yeur; John Kd I«>|>«ui>ld re- lurns for his third yrar alter one ycnr lit Mnywood; Ixiy Hlcli noes there for lib llrsl your utter hiivlnt! :ittt>nde<t Mnywooil last yciiv; Hns- soll Phillips Jr., (rocs for (lie nisi time after Imvliij; attended Camp lookout two yoftrs mid Mnywood for n your, mid Jiunlc Clmrles l''ux lx>- Rlus his camping oiireer nt t;nni- Ilnn. They will l« there nine weeks, At Mnywond this yeur are Oscuv lliirdiiwny Jr.. for the sonmd year. nml Fred Whtttcn lliirdiiwuy'mi'l Hobble Slockcll for their llrst yeur. A counselor ill (he Muywimd, Miss., eiiinp this yeur Is Dob l.nnciislilre. Camp ouueliltn, nt TlumiliurK, Aik., will IK: iillemU'd uy Muurccri Norrls who Is relitrnlug for UI K H!C . mid time. Blie\leiives July iii for K month. C,.in]i Klwiinl, Italy, will liuve lliive lilylhevllle girls tor two weeks nlni; July 10. They are: lio- Hrucey, June Bllres mid Doris June Wailley. June Slhvs iiUendcd Cuinp Oimchlla last, yeur. l.'cilur Vulley nt Ilunly, tins cf- (k'lnl Hoy Hiout eiiinp,' will huve iibmil lid lilylhevllle boys Iheie fi)r one week ciieh, Joe Kvnird will dike his (coop of 111 Ixiys Hmidiiy nnil r>0 scouts lire e.\|)i'(t«l t» ii<i July l(i, ui'coinpuiiled uy I heir lenders, Percy Wrlnhl, llnn- ' Terry mid Mm MeU'an. At the Hoipitali Illyllicvlllu Hospital Admitted— Mrs, W, 0. IMunkcll, clly. Will Muxwdl, cily. . Dismissed— Mrs. Lllllim nixon, Annorcl. Willis llu.siillal AdmlUed— 1'lo.vd Crawford, Ulbourn, Mo. Orvllle K«y Archer, Molltind, Mo Mrs. Col)t! limvi'i's, Dell. Mrs. T. A. Duvls, Steelc, Mo. Jolm lirook, Mnniln, Mrs. Joe Slmnks, city. Mrs. cliurlcs Wllks, (Jariillicrs- vlllc, Mo. ' MM. Kldon 1'oller, Uixoni. - Mil,, cliiiillo li'lcoman, MsnUa;-^ Moiiijihlk BaplUl' Hospital ' *•' AclmlUcil- Doih Mallils, Joiner,. . Jfltk Decile, Jofnorl;/ ,. Mis, E, 0. Welbum, Obccola. Coming Eventi »'• > M FRIDAY, 0 li a Club meeting with Mrt J. tt. Siiilll), Mrs, Mc-lvln Boyti and baby, Drll. Mrs. Damon 0. Doswell and Ini- by, Holland, Mo. Lilly Davis, city. MEXSANA SOOTHING' Miu'icMtp rowiftR mid girts „( party, will be members ol lh c Girl's Service Auxiliary. Refreshments also ulll !>•: served al the affair when music ivill be fiimislicd by a iilckdijlian. Miss Alice Saliba, assistant' USO director, will be in charue of contacting tho girls for tlie dniv:;', which n-111 begin at 8:30 o'clock. Skidway Club Meets. The Skidway Home Dcinorislrn- tion club met June n at Ihe home of Mrs. J. w. Osborne. Holl was called with 17 members and two visitors present. ,: the business hour Mrs. Parker O.sborne nave a report on (be council meeting.; :i ' Tlie group discussed lhc r '«so of cotton bags and different, 'ways lo make clothing from them. Urn-ins Die .social lioiir the hostess served a salnd plate with tea. She WHS a.sslslcd by Mrs. Lanza Fleeman. The meeting wns adjourned by the group saying . the ' An'ierlcar Creed in iiiils'ori'. v '"' ' ' Tlie next meeting will 'be ,Iunr 2V at the lifinc of Mrs. J. 0. Slccle re:illy. he left 'IMesdiiy In rt-lnrn to his ship. Ijivonnc I'orllock Is visitIni; her brother, Jmeph Poitlock mid Mrs. 'orllock. In South Hend, Ind. Miss lirlliic lilcluiidhon iitul Miss Lcls Poll of Memphis spent 11ns vcrirend with Ihe parent:; of Krlmc, Mr. and Mrs. Joliu Hlchardson. BIr, nnrt Mrs. Oliver firay, Mr. mil Mrs. IStlllu Duck, mid childirn if Corpus Christ), Texas, are visit- UK relutlvcs and friends this week. WMU of Imiunntiei li» Church had an all-day nu'dlni; In .he home of Mrs. T. Alexander ,hme H wllh 10 members and 11 visitors irescnt. The prouram from Royid Service wns (ilvcn. Mrs. .lack Buck ;avc tiic devotional and each member served on Ihe promain. The next meeting will be with Mrs. J. K. Pcm/scof Singers Will Meet At Holland Sunday The Pcnilscol County ShiKlng Convention will have Its monthh singing n t the Baptist church oi Holland, Ma., Sunday, bcginnin at 1 |i. m. All singers nnd those Interested in music are Invited, it has beei announced by E. E. L. Smith president. Half Moon News W. R. Lighlfool Jr. who lias beei in service In the Navy for (lie past. Ihrcc nnd one hall years, has been visiting the past two weeks with his mother, Mrs. Nora Liglit- foot, and other relatives. In active service in the Southwest Pacific rc- members of WSOS met In the home of Mrs. 11. 1'. Gay Tuesday nlHht.. Alter the mcetint! which wus presided over by Mrs. Onrrl- ian, plans were made lo net nil lee IKJX for the parsonage. The ui*(Uip also discussed plans lo buy a chiiu- cel rull for Ihe church nnd plnns were discussed for the revival. Mrs. llawklns dismissed wllh u pniyei for our nation. 'I)usl Hinvl' llcllcs Name • LAMAR, Colo. (UP)—The nmai of rainfall during Iho month oi May was the Kruile.rt In HO year.s In'jfhe Laniar region—henrl of tile sfl'callcd "Dust Howl" or a (OH years hack. Weather Observer 11. E. Cinlloiviiy reveals that n lotn of 7.38 inches of rain was mens- ural during the month—the mtwl since 1!)H when nn nll-Umc rccoix was set. NOW SHE SHOPS CflSHflNDCflRRV Without Painful Backache Many aulfcrcrB relievo nticwim, lirtiUH. <iu.ckly onco Hit. .ti,rev« il.i " o " n cm,™ of ,],clr l ro ,,f,J 0 ,,,» y ,,„ ,;,„••, ^J,,™ . Ilio klilncyi me N'nlurc's cliict wnv ct litk- fifgM'S.risr'y.^ft V When disorder Til kltlnoy funcdnn i^rnillR iwnonou. mnlltr In tr.nni,, ," °r I, TO° J ni«y™,» n« M in«l,ack»c]it. ihju,", &n, le IUIM rl cnWKj., g,ta,,'a i cM uruftr the cjc, - - leg pninn, IOM of pep niui nignle. BwcllinR, imwiHgra n-ilh Bm.iriinK" n n ' UmcB etiown (hero ia nonicl your kidncj'A or h!n<!,]fr Don't nnid Atk yntir flu J lib, UMjI »iic«Mriilly l.y ,„„„„,„ „„ ,, vrr II *R" m 7 *,f",° ''""V rcl '"' 1 "»<* »''ll I'rfl' Ilio 15 miles of tiJ My [uf,,., nush out ,mi»,, ou» wuu from your blood. Gel FJoan's fill. ppiat for Do-in'i nilliuin f, MAKGARET'S HKAUTY HBOP IM B. Firrt:- „ ,. Phono 2532 , Bring Us Your Beauty Problemt , i \ ev'eniinp »j Appointment' ER -All - I /MEArO. - THAT IMPORTANT CONFERENCE IS OVER The Gift Shop, Modern and Antln.ii« qifU ' COSMETICS BABY GIFTS (Jrei'lhifr Cards Novelties A Gift For Everybody • Ingrain Hid*. Phone ZZM MOSS BRYAN Buy Invasion Bonds ||OWTO RUIN DRESSES AND LOSE FRIEND? I'I'K Irapin Imw winin uirln liwii llicir frirniU iiiiil ruin tlii-ir ilriMi'n l)i>r:ni«n of |n'[f|iiraliun nilor anil Kliiins. Ami llii'n;'» no excuse for i[! ll'a msy t<> mivc <>, it's msy la navo fricucU. ljhcj\rriil, llicmnvcrriitii ilcoilorjUiL lliul. helps ktcp your iirni|iil.s dry mid removes llin mlur from pcrapiralioii. ArriiUa Biifc and de,[icinlii!i|o for 1. Dommtirrilnletiliiii. Docanolrot <lri'fisesi]r mr.n'B fliirU. 2. I'rnvi^llH imilt:r-jirm oilor. llclpn B10|> pcnlpirlilicfji wafelj 1 . 3. A pun) while, uiiliHcnlic:, HtinnlcHB crciHii, 4. No wiuting in dry. Can Im used ri^lit iiflcr n(ntvm(j. 5. AwiirilnlA)ijiroviilSriilnfAiilrrii'ini Inslilulo of l.;]i|[lil(Tiii» — liiirin- icss lo fabric. Via Arriil rrguliuly. Arrtd in iholargCKlnrlliiij'ilcndnrant. Sold ^lnllnlorrnisrlliilL' Ioilcli; (> o f l 1 *'~ lOc, ,19o and 59c a jar. t It's made by ROYAL so ii must he good! And we want you to sec how good it is. That's w!iy we make this amazing offer.Quick—go 10 your grocer now. Get (his ncwbaking powder wiih ihc famous old name. See what marvelous rcsulis it givci. ^ (Thli ef!trd««i no) epply In Mlulnipp!) JUST RECEIVED 30 Di WOMEN'S These Are WHITE SWAN Hose-Regular First Grade. WHILE THEY LAST AT OUR CEILING PRICE OF per pr. No Limit — As Many As You Want! Mi iss tsitt's Shop ~ - ., i See What's New At Whitsitt's" . Spend what you save' using Shibley's Best Flour. Continuous Showi Every Day tt>x Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLGN 1:00 «.m. 12:45 p.m. . i:M ».«. Thursday and Friday o they set ii' to music! • ilk III BlKtiiii . Fill Slllltl Scrten PUy by VIRGINIA VAN lit? • Diitctri by' CH/kRlES V1DOR «_*_ COLUM8IA PICTUM I'itr.-uiioiinl .Veirs and Sclccletl Sliorl Subject ROXY Matinees Hat. A Son. Only Opens each nlghl 6:45; starts 1 Opens Sunday 1:00; Start* 1:11 ^; Continuous Stunts Bat. >n< 8«n. ^ Nlglit Evcrj Nljht Exoeft No honored o Thursday and Friday. 'Curse of Cat People',, with Simonc Simon ^ * . Selected Short Snbjccls

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