The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 24, 1945 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, January 24, 1945
Page 3
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WEDNESDAY.. JANUARY.2'!,. 194& BLYTIIEVILLB COURIER NEWS Coming Events THURSDAY E.M.G, Club meeting with Mrs. Clifford Watkliw. Mi-s. Cecil Shane entertaining Mill-Week Club. Thursday Night Bridge Club meeting with Miss Prances Mc- Himcy. Mrs. Norman Sptck and Mrs. M. J. Angell entertaining Fi-iendly Eight Club at Angell home. Mrs.' James Hill Jr., will be hostess to Octette Luncheon Club. Fortnightly Club meeting with Mrs. A. M. Butt. Woman's Club having covered dlsti luncheon nt home ol Mrs. Bob Barnes, 1 p.m. Thursday Luncheon Club meeting with Mrs. Ross D. Hughes. FRIDAY , , - ' G. N. B. Club meeting with Mrs. J. F. Nolen. Initial Club meeting with Mrs. Lane Nowcll. . Mrs. W. S. Langdon entertaining C. B. C. Club. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Copelwid entertaining members cf Past Matrons and Past Patrons Club. y. in. Luxora Bride Baptist Choir Honored At Supper Lasl Night Forty members, of the choir of First Baptist Chiirch were complimented lest night when the church entertained the group with a spaghetti supper. A long banquet ta.ble, arranged in the social room of the church, was decorated with three low bowls of colorful fruit, while red tapers glowed in low candle holders the' length cf the table. Sprays of greenery and Valentine place cards completed the tsj>le decorations. Mrs. Russell Fair, choir leader, presided over the program, after the invocation had been given by Murray Smart. Particiuating were Miss Joyce Wall, Miss Betsy Buchanan, Alvln Huffman Jr., and Mrs. Murray Smart. An orisinr,! contest, v-Tltten by Mrs. J. W. Shouse, and using the names of various members, was held during the serving of supper, and later games were played for several hours with prizes won by H. E. Bias-lack, Hnrry Carter Farr, Miss Catherine Cleveland and Lieutenant Lee. Mrs. Vena Henley of Flint, Mich., was a .visitor. The committee in charge of the an-,in!>OTirnts for the affair included Mrs. W. M. Williams, chairman, Mrs. E. W. Simmons. Mrs. Kendall Berr>\ Mrs. H. H. Brooks. Mrs. E. B. Wobdson. Mrs. R. E .Eras-lock and Mrs. J. W. Shouse. . W.M.S. Meets Monday ; . '' Mrs. Everett Rose was hostess to 13 members of the Women's Missionary Society of Calvary Baptist Cl'.iirch when she entertained Monday afternoon at her home. One visitor also attended. Following the Bible study course, a social hour was held when the hostess served refreshments. Mrs. Rose, who is moving away from Blythcville soon, was surprised with a miscellaneous assortment of gifts from her guests. Mrs. Pavtlow Is Hostess Mrs. H. G. Partlow, entertaining members of Chib Eight last night nt her homc'on Kentucky Avenue, also was hostess to two other! guests, Mrs. Jesse M. White and ' Mrs. E. L- Jackson, for an evening of bridge. High score prize was won by Mrs. G. O. Poctz nnd second high by Mrs. Paul Jobc. . A combination salad and dessert course.was served. • • * Club, Guests Entertained Mrs. Loy Welch, Mrs. C. L. Wylle and Mrs. Paul Callaway were guests of Mrs. Doyle Henderson yesterday afternoon when she also entcr- . taincd members of the Tuesday Bridge Club at their regular weekly bridge party. Mrs. Callaway received high score and Mrs. Lloyd Stlckmon second high in the bridge games played : during the afternoon. The hostess served a sala^ course. * » » : Mrs. Stevens Is Hostess ''. The presence of two guests. Miss June Workman and Mrs. Russell Haynes Farr of Ashdown, Arl;., •• added special Interest to the party . given last night by Mrs-. Coleman Stevens for members of La Neuve Club. In the bridge games played during the evening, higii score prize was won by Mrs. William Q. Boyd anrl second high by Mrs. Richard B. Logan Jr., among club members, nnd by Mrs. Farr c.mong the guests. A dessert couitie was served. • Mrs. Edwin J. Mlkulenhck' is the former Miss Billie Mae Wood, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wood of Luxora. Her marriage to Sergeant Mikulenack was quietly solemnized Jan. 11 in Luxora, where they are making their,home. Birthday Party Is Given Mrs. Ivan R. VanPatten entertained Saturday night with a surprise birthday party honoring her husband, Sergeant VanPatten. The affair, given at their home on South Lake Street, was attended by 12 of their most intimate friends. Games and group singing entertained the group for several hours. The hostess served a sandwich plate at the conclusion of the evening. Included among the guests were three men now stationed at the local airfield, who recently have retunicd from overseas duty. These were Sergt. Jesse Yansey of Oklahoma City, Sergt. Quentln Bowman of Warren. Ark., and Sergt. Bill Hezig- gie ol Iowa, Bridge Club Entertained . Mrs. Albert K. Taylor was hostess to members of the Doubc G Club, entertaining hist night her home with a bridge party. Also Included in Mrs. Taylor's hospitality WRS an out-of-town ' visitor, Mrs. George Grear Jr., of Columbus, Ga., houseguest of Mr. nnd Mrs. G. H. Grcar. High score prize for the evening went to Miss Mary Spain Usrcy Riid second high to Mrs. Farris McCalla. The hostess served a dessert course. Daughter Born Friday Pfc. and Mrs. J. F. Vinson are the parents of a daughter born Friday at Blytheville Army Air Field Hospital. The bnby, their first child, has been named, Linda Jean. Private Vinson now is somewhere in France, and Mrs. Vinson, the former Miss Geraldine Fisher, is continuing to make her home here while he is on foreign duty. Yesterday Was olden Wedding Day For Couple The goldcr) wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Harnlsh was observed yesterday In much the same manner they have spent the 50 happy years together. Going about their routine duties is usual, without any special celebration, they remained at their Imme on West Chickasawba Avenue, where they long have lived. Married 50 years ago near Jackson. Tenn., Mr. Harnlsh and his wife, the former Miss Louise Allen, continued to make their home in Tennessee where he was engaged in farming, until moving to BlythcviUc 20 years ago. Sljll active, despite their ycarj, Mr. and Mrs. Hnrnlsli take pride In their four grandchildren, two of whom they reared following the death of their mother 11 years ago. The two older grandsons, Hugh Thtmnan Atkins nnd Gregory Hale Atkins, now are In the Navy, while the other two, Dan and Betty Lou Atkins, nmke their home here 'with their grandpnrents. Mr. Hnrnlsh, well known for his love of flowers and his garden, already is planning his coming year's work in which he expects to be active despite being 73 years of age. Mrs. Harnlsh Is 66. Their son. Frank Hnrnlsh, Is cm- ployed in Memphis, while their daughter, Miss Marie Hnrrush, makes her home here parents, Keeping Up With The Men In Service Sole Ends Saturday Kite — January 27th her Court Of Honor To Be Held At Coruthersville CARUTHRRSVILLE, Mo., Jan. 24. —A Boy Scout Court of Honor for Pemiscot County Scouts will be held tomorrow night, 7:30 o'clock, at Caruthersvlllc Methodist Church. At this, one of the largest courts of .honor ever held in this section ol the council, two Eagle awards will be given nnd more than 100 merit badges will be awarded. Scouts from Caruthersville, Haytl, Wardell, Braggadocio, Cooler, Stcele, Holland ami Hayward, will participate In the ceremonies, to which the public is invited. At The Hospitals Blythcville Hospital Pvt. Claude Wilson, 10-yoar-oW son of Mrs. Put Wilson of Dell, h«* arrived at Crimp .Wolters, Toxns, un infantry replacement center, to begin Ills basic tmining us an Infantryman. He has been assigned to a battalion stressing specialist, tmiu- Ing. Staff Sergt. Frank A. Moore, sou of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Moore of 1120 Willow St.. Blj-lhevlllc, n recent in-rival in the Italian campaign, ul- rcncly haa down combat missions against the Sergeant Moore, 15tlv Air Force gunner, Is n member of u veteran group: that has, pounded. German targets In France, Italy, , the Balkans and Germany. • .,',•; He entered the Air Forces in May, 1942, and later won his wings niter intensive,the nlr. Scrgt. James H. Gill, ron of Mr. and Mrs.. HovviTrd T. Gill of .101 Broadway, Blytheville, was promoted to his present grade this week ut llcrlngton Army _Air Field, Hcrlng- ton, Kivns! Corp. James R. Gore of Osceoln is a member of the 80-IUr-Tnnk Destroyer. Battalion, recently awarded the Crolx tie Guerre avcc Etolle dc Vermeil, In recognition of support Itlven'French troops fighting on the Italian, front. ; • The 804th mipportcd the French Expeditionary Corps wltli Ihe Fifth Army In the capture of Poggibonsl, San Gimlgnniio, CnElclflorcntlno and Sienft hi Italy. It was "old home week" somewhere in the South Pacific recently for Pfc. William H. Stovall Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs.. Stovall Sr., of Bly- thevlllo, who met up with three former BlytheviUo boys In the.'coum of a few days. time. Private Stovall, who left (he Stales Nov. 3, is with the Marine Corps band, and recently wrote hL parents of meeting "Sonny" Lloyd Carlhol Hyde and "Buck" Mehni'rg all of whom he formerly knew 'here In Blythcvillc. Bits of News Mostly Personal Admitted: Robert Willinms, city. Dismissed: Mrs. L. E. Fields, city. . AValls llosiiilnl : Admitted:'" • ••- • • Mrs. J. L. Lewis, Charleston, Mo. Dorothy Carter, Lcnchvitle. ' Mrs. Howard Selvy, Lcachville. Mrs. Lillian Franks, city. Born to Mr. nnd Mrs, Dclmnr Hatley, city, a so nthis morning. Dismissed: Mrs. Mamie Kirk, city. George Neal, Hermondnle, Mo. Memphis Baptist Hospital Admitted: Mrs. William Phillips, Wilson. Mrs. Russell Bowen, Luxora. Mrs. E. B. Ross, Osccola. Memphis Methodist Hospital Admitted: R. H. Cromer, Osceola. Mrs. R. A. Aldredgc, Caruthers- vllle, Mo. The'solder In 250 empty toothpaste or shaving eoap tubcfi of tlie past was enough lor one Engllsr Blenheim bomber. j Lawrence Chapman of St. Louis arrived Monday for a visit of several days here as guest of his sUter, Mrs. Matt Monaghan and family. Mrs. J. A. Leech, .Mrs. Harry Klr- by and Mr. nnd Mrs. C. W. Affllck spent yesterday in Memphis. Mrs. W. B. McMuUin is ill at her home on West Main Street. Ross Hughes, B. G. West and Charles Hose tire spending several days in Memphis where they are attending the meeting of the National Cotton Council. Mrg. ROC Castcel of North Little Hock, has returned home after spending a brief time here with her sister, Mrs. Oscar Tillman. Mr. and Mrs. Elton Kirby have returned from St. Louis where they spent severaj days. The Rev. Thomas B. Smythe Jr.. rector of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, left this morning for Little Rock where he will attend the Annual Diocesan Convention of Episcopal Churches in Arkansas. Home Demonstration Note* The Dogwood Home Demonstration club met at the club house Wednesday night, for a "pot luck" supper. After a brief business session members decided to hold the same club days for 1945 as they did In 1944, the second and fourth THIS GREAT MEDICINE ' helps nature relieve 'PERIODIC 1 FEMALE PAIN With Its Nervous, Tired Restless Feelings— Take heed K you like so many girls nnd women—on cuch daye—suitor from cramps, headache, backache, feel nervous, "dragged out", a bit fcHit—all due to functional monthly dlsturbanccsl Start al once— try Lydla K. Pinkham's VescUiblo Compound to relieve such symptoms because this famous medicine has ,'n' soothing crtecl on ONE or WOMAN'S MOST m- POBTANT OKM.K3. Tokun regularly IMnkhnm's Compound helps build i up resistance against such symptoms. Thousands upon thousands of women have reported beneata. There are no harmful opiates In Plnkhflm's Compound ~ It's made from nature's own roots and herbs (plus vitamin Bi). It hclpi natvrel Also a flno stomachic tonic, Follow directions. -*» ,, v u»>. ..«.», «vH"i*wt uuuuuta, guuei directions Lydia E. Pinkham's VEGETABLE COMPOUND Wednesday. The second Wednesday they will meet in the afternoon business session. The.fourth Wednesday will a night meeting with the husbands invited to a "pot luck" snp- —jr. The nominating committee made :ne report of the newly elected officers as follows: president. Mrs Walter Lutes; vice president, Mrs. Iris Bingham; secretary, Mrs. P. S. Parker; treasurer, Mrs. Charlie Lutes. The next meeting will be Feb. 14 for a Valentine Party. Choose Your VALENTINES While Blocks complete! arc new and Priced lOc to $1 The Gift Shop Modern <fe Antique G1!U MOSS BRYAN DANCE Thursday — Friday — And Saturday Night* 9:30 to 1 (yClock In the Beautiful Blue Room of. the HOTEL NOBLE Admlwion 60c Incl. Tax. LOCAL WOMEN GE| THOUSANDS OF EXTRA RED POINTS Every day, precious red points' arc being paid to housewives who' turn in used fats to their butchers. Becauso this country Ls faced with i\ possible fat shortage, these used kitchen fals arc even more urgently needed to make medicines, synthetic rubber, gunpowder, Gonps. paints and a hundred other essentials on tlifi battlefield and home front. Every woman can help towards final Victory by saving every drop o! used fats each time she cooks. Even a spoonful is worth salvaging. Won't you keep saving until- final Victory over both Germany and Japan? Clouds of filmy splendor caress your legs £ & Into their shapely best. Admiration—the key to careful grooming. THE FAMILY SHOE STORE 312 W. Main 315 West Main Phone,-2221 11 Winter Merchandise Our policy is not to carry over any merchandise from one season to the next Therefore every Winter garment will be sacrificed to moke room for our now, nationally advertised Sprino linos. Coats, Suits, Drosses, Blouses, Purses, and Hats will be sold absolutely below cost. Not one garment will bo carried over. . ,.,.-.... , MANGES! NO REFUNDS! NO LAY-AWAYS! EVERY SALE MUST BE FINAL! ATS FALL and WINTER COATS Group 1—Killed mui Loose stylus, odds and cuda broken Values from $10.95 to$ 19.95 WINTER COATS Group. 2—A remarkable selection ol' Winter 'CofUs. All nuwual malei-idls and colors. Filled and loose -styles. Fur Trimmed arid }inlvimmed. This group also includes Wool Plaid and Corduroy revereiblea. Values from $24.95 to $29.95 1QO% ALL WOOL COATS Group 3—Newest styles, materials and colors including Camels Hair and Tweet]. Untrimmed and fur trimmed. Values from $27.50 to $32,50 NATIONALLY ADVERTISED COATS Group '1—In I his tjroti|) you'll find some of our finest Nationally Advertised lines — Kcnmoore, Colby Classics, Mary Lane, Donnybrook and Abbmoor. Values from $34.50 to $39.95 CHESTERFIELD and DRESS COATS Group 5—in this group you'll find the latest stylus in fur trimmed and imlrimmed Coats of the finest" materials with guaranteed linings, if you are hard to fit we'll fit you wilh a eoat in this group. Sizes from 10 (o 20, 38 to 32 and 33'/> to -ll'/j. Values from $42.50 to'$49.9S DRESSES Croup 1—Dresses which will sell at sight. Odds and ends in an assortment of materials, colors and sixes. Values to $6.99 OUTSTANDING DRESSES Group 2—A wide range of newest materials, colors and styles, in all sixes. Values to $9.99 AMAZING DRESS VALUES Group 3—An outstanding group of Dresses thnt you wilt be amazcrl to see at this price. The latest styles, materials and colors. Values to $14.95 NATIONALLY ADVERTISED DRESSES Group '1—Our entire winter stock of some of our finest nationally advertised Dresses such as Evelyn Alden, Dandy, Dartenc, Loura Lee and Louray. Values to $18.95 BETTER DRESSfS Group 5—In this group you will find some of the best dresses from the finest style creators such as Mitchell and Mark Robbins. Crepes, I'astcl Wools, Gabardines, silk Jerseys, and the latest 2-piece combinations in black tops with print jersey skirts and brown tops with print jersey skirls. Values to $24.95 6 ATERS In Two Value Packed Groups and $4

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