The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 19, 1945 · Page 1
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BLYTHEVILLK COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 19-1G > Mrs Harry Weedman and Mrs Smith yesterday afternoon jiitertilnea rnembtrs of IhePriend- gy Eight • Club and three other ijuest* at the Weedmah home for ).Jn fcft«rncJ>n of buhco Oueste In- ^pluded Mrs. Le6n Smith, Mrs. Tom Jiialste'ad • a'nd. Mrs, Joe Shanks, S 1 : Vases'of Spring flowers were w- Sanged irT the entertaining rooms (ibf the home. ' ff Bunco prize was won by Mrs tjlalstcad, high by Mrs Norman JJBpeck and low by Mrs. Jack t iatheny. A dessert course aith Iced drinks ,,.as scned. , ,'Miss McAdams Is Hostess •^ All members ot the. Tli .J^lght Bridge Club nt' if 1 •regular weekly meeting ol '-Khen they were entertatin-d last (Jilght by Miss Jane McAdnms pt hei \home on North Sixth Street £• High score prize for Uie evenings Abridge"games was won by Miss Mll- "iiired Lou Hubbard and second high Jby Mrs Wiflard H. Pcaso J A dessert course wns served sBridge- Club Entertained Becomes Soldier's Bride LUXORA, Ark., Jan. 19—Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wood have announced the vnruTisEe of their dnughter, Miss Blllle Mae Wood, to sergt, Edwin J. Jlikvilenack, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mlkulenaek of Oon- zftlns, Texas. The marriage was solemnized Thursday, Jan. 11, at the home of the Rev. O. O. Hicks, pastor of Luxora Baptist Church, who offl- elated. The hi-lcte wore a smartly tailored suit In fuschln wool with black accessories. She was attended by her sister, Mrs, Leland Maxwell of Memphis. Following a brief wedding trip, Sergeant and Mrs. Mlkulcnack have returned to Luxora to inake the : tlielr home at Mrs. George Carter's £r Re<J .carnations Jn a, >ili |bowl formed n colorful centerpiece rfor the - iuncheoh • tab! e - yesterday ?vheti Mrs J. C Ellis was hostess to P nembers, pf Jhf Octett* Luncheon 31ub and one guest, Mra Loy Welch, J^ntertaining si Hotel Noble j£ Following the three course lunch- won, sened in the main dining room fof the hotel, Mrs Ellis look her | guests to the home of her sister, >Mrs W H Holcombe, *here bridge yvas played during the afternoon 'f,,. Prizes were awarded Mrs W M ^TcKenzie and Mrs C C Langston gfor high and second high scores for ,3he afternoon |.S, Classes Patty 5- Mr and Mrs. C. E. Gr»ves en- ^tertalned 20 JnemWrs Of the PoUi- Wlnders Clafc ot First Methodist -fSdnday School at a buffet supper , v mnd party given lust night at Ihelr '.liome on West Miln Street ''t The dining table, from which ?the supper was served, featured a ^setting of silver and crystal * •i. Following supper, bingo was Splayed with P A Escarrc grand fprtze winner of the eyehlng Glenn 4p. Ladd was Winner of the "Guess jjWhat" prize. K' Mrs Graves wns assisted irt cn- ?Jertatning by Mrs W, B Cnmp- Qiell, Mrs Leonard Johnson' and 'iMrs T. J Bailey. ?Club, Guests Entertained Et A low mound of red berries and |-greenery formed a centerpiece for ^.the luncheon table jeslerdny nf- Jtcnioon when Mrs Henry Humphreys entert&ined members ot the ^Thursday Contract Club nnd three s-t'tlier guefets for iunohon and wrldge Guesls" included Mrs W J fPollaid, Mrs C R. Penn, and Mrs. y> M.,Smart Ss, Following the two course lunch- veon bridge was played v,llh prizes Awarded Mrs G E Keck for high ^Scoie among club members, and Mrs Pollard for high among apartments Mrs. Mikulcnack, 'member of a pioneer Luxora family, was :a student • nt Uie locnl high school nt the time of her marriage. , 'Sergeant Mikulcnack, who hns been in the Army for the past 11 years,' now Is stationed nt the Prisoner of War camp in Luxora. * • • Mrs. Martin Is Hostess Members of the EM.G. club and one guest, Mrs. Hull Burbagc, were entertained yesterday afternoon by Mrs. Carl Martin at her home. Rumrhy was played during the afternoon with defense stamps awarded ns prizes to Mrs Kclton Prnncls for high score, to Mrs. Dan Miller for second high and to Mrs. M. R. Wlmblsh for low. A salnd plate with Iced drinks was served. P.T.A. Meeting Is Held Miss Winnie Virgil Turner, city supcnlsor of elementary : schools, wns BUest speaker nt the meeting of members of Central Ward Parent Teneher Association held Wednesday nfternoon nl the school, using na her theme, '"Community and the Schools." / Mrs H. W. Wylle, president; was In clinrge of the business session when members voted to sponsor ix Central Ward Girl Scout troop, and to endorse n YMCA movement for Blyihcvllle. The president's message was rend by Mrs., Charles. Hfmlman, and n nominating committee was elected to draw up n slate of officers to serve during the coming yenr. Committee members nre Mrs. O. M. Smftrt, chairman, Mrs. Harnian Taylor, . nnd. Mrs.. Hindmah. Miss Mary Outlaw's fourth grade won first prize in the room count with Mrs. O. Frank's sixth grade winning second prize. Bits of News Mostly ^Personal ««T3*B^BS=^= Mrs. Roy. Shepherd is recuperating nt her home, 128 Ensl Bycamorc, following a minor operation which she ulKierwejit earlier this weeK at Walls Hospital. Mrs. Kntle darner was carried by nmbulnhce to Memphis this morning where she .will undergo tin operation nt Baptist Hospital for removal of her eye. Sne wns accompanied there by her sister, Mra. Buster Richardson, and her daughter, Miss Mary Alice darner, who will remnjn with her for the operation. ', .; , : ( Mrs. J.':F. TomHnsoii has returned from n visit with her hiiBbaiul, who is statjoncd with the Navy ut, Ottumwn, Iowa. 3he was accompanied home by her sister, Mrs. Adolpho Helnieke of St. Louis, Who will, spend several'days here with relatives.' • •'...'• . Mr. and.tos'. C.'W. Benll returned to their home In Memphis after a, brief Visit here with her sisters, Mrs. Hy O., Wlckham and MWs Bess Hull.' The'Bcnlls anct their hostesses spent. Wednesday in New Madrid, Mo., as guests of relatives. . Staff 'Sergt.' and- Mrs. Hugh ludson left yesterday morning for Ilami Beach, Fid:, where he will c in a rest cnrhp for. two weeks •hilc awaiting reassignment Ser- cant Hudson recently returned to he'United Btntes after 28 months oreign service in the European heater of war, to ( jolii Mrs. Hud- x>n, who has been making her icrne with her parents, Mr. and virs. W. A. Dobyhs, while her hus- >arid was 'overseas: While here he elso visited his piarents, Mr. nnd Mrs. O. 0. Hudson.Br. Jack Trimble, chief. petty ' officer in the Navy, arrived. Sunday Flames Damage Root A wall of the house at 107 Wes 1 Mathis was.slightly damaged yts- tcrclay.nflerncon In a flue fire. •Leaving Die flue stop from around the pipe cause the fire It was said. Tlie house Is owned by Morgan, Negro. To Hold Revival LUXORA, Ark., Jan. 10. — The Luxol'ti liaptlsl. church will begin a revival meeting Feb. 7 with the liastor, the' Kcv. O. C. Hicks, • to be assisted!by the Rev. Bradley Alll- s6n, of Seminary Hill, Texas. • The Rev. Mr.. Allison, graduate of Southwestern Baptist Theological Scmlnnry, Port Worth, Texas, and Is an outstanding young evangelist In Texas, It Is sajcl. lie resigned the pastorate of the Clilldress, Texas Baptist Church in 104'i In order to devote all or his time to evangelistic work. 'rom Boston to a .21-day ,eave here with Mrs. Trimble nnd other, relatives'. . Mr. Trimble has x?en In the Atlantte war zone for the past' two ahd a half years. Aubrey Cbnway'.returned yesterday from St. Loiils, where he vis- ted relatives ; for : several days, during his 'absence, Mrs. Conwny visited In Osceoln. as the guest of their'niece, Mrs. Godfrey White ind fnnilly. Mrs. R. L. Klrsiiner left last night for Mount Pleasant, Iowa, where "she will attend n meeting of ithe supremo board of'the 1*. K. O. sisterhood, of which she is a member. Mrs. Vena V.Henley of Flint, •Mich., Is sFcndlng"'scvKnii v ii;y; here as guest of Mayor nnd Mrs. E. R. Jnckson, having been called here by the death of Mrs. Gilllam Starkey. Mrs. Pearl AlbrlUou returned lo- dny to her home In Paducnh, Ky., nftcr a visit of two weeks here us guest of her niece, Mrs. J. A. Leech and Mr. Leech. During her stay here Mrs. Albrltlon was complimented nt a number of informal nffnfrs. Mrs.-S. B. wilford and Miss Ruth Ends spent today in Memphis. Mrs. Tom F. Marllii 1ms .returned from Little Rock where she spent several days. Her daughter, • Mrs. Join) L. Bishop remained for a longer visit there. Mr. ahd Mrs. J. C. Lowe and sons, Jimmy anfl Jerry, spent today in Memphis. They were accornt>anled home by Mr. Lowe's mother, Mrs. O. A. Lowe of Mllllngtori, who will be their guest for several days. / — • — ;;-_ , The first aerial policewoman wai appointed to Seattle, Wash., bn July 13, 1034; To the Hindu, the bitterest possible curse is Uie expressed hope that he may some day eat beef.' Marriage Licenses Marriage licenses Issued through the Blyihevllle office of the county court clerk during the past eight days include the following: Sam p. Evans and Mrs. Ellen Pcnntngton Mills, both of Tupelo, Miss.; Arthur U. WlnniiS of Dubuque, Iowa, and Mrs. Georgia Lee Penlck of Cairo, 111.; Charles Mills of Luxora, and Miss Louise E. Shultz of Blythcvllle; Eugene Fc-nlon Speer of Decring, Mo., and Miss Virginia Ann Edwards of East Prairie, Mo.; Herljert- Simmons and Mrs. Pearllnc Simmons, both of Cavc-in-Rock, 111. Lewis Fields and Mi*. Emma Cara Crockett, both Of Caruthersvllle, Mo.; Woodrow Rcddick and Miss Thclma Slkes, both of Helolse, Tenn.; Claud Turner Watson and Mrs. Alice Plcrson, both of New Madrid, Mo.; Lowell O. Draper of Marlon, 111., and Miss Culorls M. Sllmon of Manila; Eugene P. Cro- nln and Miss Ruth Easthain, both of East St. Louis, HI.; Edward M. Popp of St. Louis, and Miss Opal Attberry of Crystal City, Mp. James Reuben Scott of Holland, Mo., and Miss Mable toulsc Wilklns of Bcotts Hill, Tenn.; Rudolph J. Chuhak of Chicago, nnd Miss Betty P. Brown of Slkeston, Mo.; John A. Delk and Mrs. Myrtle Pahrenkamp, both of Greenville, Ohio; Lloyd Powell of Marion, 111., and Miss Kalhcrine Hurd of Harrisburg, 111.; Robert G. Dawson and Miss Dorothy B. Harris, both of St. Louis; Homer Sclnvettman and Mrs. Sndic Willie, both of Cape Girardeau, Mo. Arnuin A. Wood and Miss Ruth Hlckcrson, both of Wardell, Mo,; John K. Bishop and Miss Jewell Faught, both of Blytlieville; Earnest H. Hollinson and Mrs. Sylvia Rol- llnson, both' of Centmlin, 111.; Fred W. Brewer and Mrs. Tola True, both of East Prairie, Mo.; Joseph Wool- Bey of Rockport, Ind., and Mrs. Edna Black of Evansvlllc, Ind.; Roy Oscar Lewis nnti Miss Maudle Ber- hice Mathenia, both of Stecle, Mo.; James Lawrence Champion and Miss Eveline Curtis, both of Ridgeley, Tenn. Bob Hope Wright and Miss Geraldine Ford, both of Cape Girardeau, Mo.; Roy B. Dane and Miss Rucdell Todd, both of Martin, Tenn.; Robert A. DInkihs and Mrs. Erllne Belk, both of Memphis; Charlie West and Miss Nettie Louise Pratt, both of Mnrston, Mo.; Stan* Sergt. Eugene C. Senatore of Philadelphia, Pa., and Corp. Laura Marie Herbert of Atchinsoh, knns.; K. W. Rogers and Mrs. Maggie Green, both of Caruthersvllle, Mb.-; Homer Jones nnd Mrs. Neliie Mae Jones, both of Blythevillc; Ethelbert Hamel of Hickman, ky., and Miss Ludean Jlles of Blytheville. Swiss Prexy Fourth terms are unknown in Switzerland, where the President is elected annually from'a seven-man Swiss Federal Council. President for 1945 will be EduarcJ von Steiger, above, who has been a member of the Council since 1940. At The Hospitals lilytheville Hospital Admitted:- Carl Judd, city. Mibs Nannie . Niinn, city. Sarah Smith, Rt. 3, city. Dismissed: John Hoover, city. Evelyn Overton, city. Mrs. R, 'C. Hodge and baby, Ar- inorel. Walls Hospital Admitted: B. E. Frazor, Hermondalc, Mo. Dismissed: 7 Mrs. John German, Steele, Mo. Jerry Galncs, city. Mrs. C. R. Hester, city. Memphis Baptist Hospital Admitted: Mrs. G. C. Scherer, city. Memphis Methodist HosjHtal Admitted: Lee Miller, city. Schoolgirl Breaks Arm Irt Fall On Pavement Freddie Louis Garner, 12-year- old daughter of Mr. and M rs - Wills Garner, is resting well at the family home at 110 East Sycamore Street, following a fall Wednesday afternoon in which she suffered u broken arm. Returning home from school, she slipped and fell on the pavement In the downtown district, Breaking her left arm in two places near the elbow. Removed, to Dr. Branson's Clinic for treatment, the arm was placed In a 'cast anj the child later was returned to her home. KEEP ln I>'ace. Tamo ttiat VAIIB look ' Add lu "'- rc ' K«p TUUH hair v/ell groomed with • i A ID Morollno Hair Tonic. Lxrga HMIIt bottle 25c. Sold everywhere. •—JlKt.L.V SHOP— FinG Silver FDR WEIK1ING GIFTS Real Heirlooms Fterllns P1lc]icrs, V^.scs, liowl.i, . Hrinielilnfl. Hriskins, Knit & IV'Miers, KLlvir I'lnlei] Colic*) Urns. CriK't Coflce nti'l Tea I'ota, Three ajid Ftmi I.litlil Onn.k-lal.ru. Ills A.isorl- rjlPtlt o[ Trayit. All lensojilitily priced. Tfleflumcl-O&tt.Ctttltii.Kanluix f&K B56iB,S<:rc SHOP 1SOS-1S1S UNION AVK. MKUnilS, TUNNKSSKB WOMEN AETNA i LIFE& ACCIDENT INSURANCE CO. E. H. FORD, Representative —Phone 2811 ; 206 Lynch Bldg. SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS ..-• - '''"•' •'•"'• ;• i* .::.-.; ..-.> ; .• • .<. :• properly designed, are remembered always. Our flowers are always fresh, and all work Is guaranteed to please. Let our expert designers help you with your llornl needs. FLOWER SHOP P.T.I). Service .We Deliver Anywhere I'h. 4!)1 Mrs. J. M. (Mac) Williams, owner Glencoe Bids. . ^Bridge Luncheon Given K Mrs B A. Lynch yesterday en- Vfertained members of tht M]il-W"°'< •.(Club and two other guMts, Mrs. -Jesse Taylor and Mrs Godfrey •White^ of Oeceola, at liincheon and Bridge « A Uo coarse luncheon wss sen- i«d at the dlnln? tabl', C!at»red ^rith an arrangement of - rtrcv __, In the bridge games plajp, , ir- Ung the afternoon, high scoie prize ..•among club members was won by -Mrs Aubrey Conway, and among •.guests bv Mrs white if Hour Hose E PAL C Choose Your VALENTINES (Vlilie stocks are new and complete! Priced 10e to ?1 The Gift Shop Modem ft Ar.Uqne GOtt MOSS BRYAN YOUR is your age betrayed by HOT FLASHES? If you— like so many women between the ages of 38 and 52— sillier from hot flashes, nervous tension,-are weak, tired, cranky, a bit moody nt times—all due to the functional middle age period peculiar.to women—try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to relieve such symptom's. For almost a century — thousands upon thousands of Women —rich and poor alike—have reported remarkable benefits. 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VKISVATEOMOl -_ Friday — And S»tor<Uy Nijhfi 9:30 to I In the Beautiful HOTEL NOBLE During the past ten days we have been closed for modern- ization and repair. Our restaurant has been cleaned, repainted, and rear- ranged from the kitchen to the front door. Equipment has been overhauled, repaired and replaced where necessary. New lighting fixtures have been installed . . . And an effi- cient new personnel I awaits your inspection. Let this be your cordial invitation to visit our modern cafe —we believe you will like our food — we know you will like 'our service. 1 ** Starlyn Young, Owner AS YOU'D M&KE IT YOURSELF Con. Showing Sal'day 1:00 to 11:38 Sunday and Monday WARNERS' NATIONAL JOY SHOW! of every G.I, ^iftM-tertlift-tailWD ; MAYONNAISE* Paramount News and Selected Short Subjects Continuous Showing Sun. 1:15 to 11 a vela daedal aelAa+i Whether it's making a garment, or building a thrift account for a youngster's future, any mother will tell you — it's a pleasurcl START A TKMFT ACCOUNT AT AT OUR BANK FOR YOUR SON OR DAUGHTER The First National Bank The Only National Bank in Mississippi County Matinees Sat. & Sun Only Opens each night 6:45; starts 1 Oiicns Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. and Snn. Bargain Night Every Night Except Sainnlay. No passes honored on Sunday at the Jio.xy. Edge of Darkness with Errol! Flynn and Ann Sheridan Selected Short Subjects Saturday Westward Bound with Ken Maynard and Hoot Gibson Serial: "Mystery ot Hit Rivcrboal" No. 2 and Short Con. Showing Sal'day 1:00 to HiSfl I Sunday and Monday Desperate Journey with Erroll Flynn. 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