The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 25, 1945 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 25, 1945
Page 2
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PAGE TWO BLYTIIEVILLE COURIER NEWS TUUKSDAV, JANUARY 25, L94S ( Coming Events , •- FRIDAY ' * G. N. B. Club .meeting' with Mrs. 1 J. F. Nolcn. • v . .... ,, * Initial Club meeting with Mrs. 'Lane Nowell. ' " " t Mrs. W. S. Langdon entertaining 'C. B. C. Club. r". Mr. ond Mrs. R, A. Copeltwd en- leilathing members of Past Matrons and Past Patrons Club, 8 p. m •- N' 'Miss McMullin Is Bride pf Corp. J. B. Husband ^ Mr. arid Mrs. William. B. Mc- MulUn today announoeci the marriage of Uiflr daughter, Miss Betty McMullin, lo Corp. J. B. Husband son of Dr. nnd Mrs. F.' U Husband -.'The' ceremony was' solemmzw i'Satv'rdivy.: riight.r.T o'clock, at/the "alrbase 'ch'apel- at Tonopah, Nev. :\vlth Chaplain Tultlc offlclallng a "•'.ring ••'riles,'^ Bits of News. Mostly Personal Fred Pipkin of the Navy, sla- lloiied nl LIUle Creek, Vn., Murray Harris of St. Louts, Staff Sergt. Glenn Hfrfls of Fort, Leonard W«d, Mo., Dr. .Thomas Pipkin of Hennlng, Twin,, Tnl- madge Pipkin of Rlpley, Tcnn., Mrs. Bessie Dunn van t of HennlnK • Pvt. 1 ' Seymour t-e^nbi - wore 'an af- ternoon'dress of sun gold jersey, primmed, with'louche* of soft lace. 1 Her i accessories' were black nnd .'she wore a shoulder corsage of iS'hitc gardenias. k Mrs.-.VFrancU - Hasty served as vmptron';of honor, and Ffc, James Ever Sec a Black Market? * Bichard' Gr-Tover was' Corporal •^Husband's best man. .. i>. The -young couple will be .-home In Tbnopah while fovpr /Husband U slatlonctl !1 •'-'• ';Mrs.; Baker. K Mrs. Marshall Baker, who Is •moving' 1 away • from. Blylhevillt -*Spon/was ffUcst of honor at n Sporty given Tuesday afternoon ftt HhC'ltcme of Mrs. H. E. Vancleve *1H North 2lst Street, when-rnem- ibers of Ihe Women's Missionary ttlnlon of. .Calvary Baptist Churcl .'.entertained. , ' iv After!in. t^terrioon spent, In In ^formal entertainment, Mrs. Bake '•Svns presented with an nssortmen \qt gifts from liie 14,guests win •^attended the, party. >> Refreshments were served at the •'jjonchisfon' of the afternoon. "•Mrs, Baker will return to Chat- i'tanboga, Tenn., to make her horn' Swhen her husband, Corporal Baker • \l's transferred .from the local nir- ' -to Denver, Colo; . i . 'Mrs. Minyard'Entertains K Members of the Wednesday Brldgf Cblub'-arid,One guest. Mrs. Snrnuc' kF. Norris,'w.ere entertained yester- ?day afternoon by Mrs. W. H. Min ^•ardjfor'' luiicheon ai\d bridge. 1. A twOiCourse mepu was served a' '-,the dihlnfe;table, centered with ai ~ l . arranieWftit' of yellow ealendulW'li ?.twin'•antique' crystal bowls. Mono igrammed place carda marked th' ^places of'trie eight .guests.- —.^ Bridge-was played'during the (if- f tenioon In the living room whlcl "was attractively decornled with a' lunusual arrangement.of red bcrrle «and greener} 1 . ". High score prize'was won by Mrr James H. Bell and second high b ; Mrs W. J. Wunderlich. i' * * * A. ^Bridge Club Entertained -'' Members of the Town and Coun • try Club were entertained yester ,'day afternoon by Mrs. Corneliu '.Jlodinger al her .home for thei: -regular Weekly bridge game. r High score prize was won by Mrr '" C C Lnngston and second high b; Vwrs Fred V: Rutherford, i , LJglit' refreshments .were served -'during Ihe afternoon. • * * Club Has New Member 1 Miss Marguerite .Dolen ..became a inew member of the A.D.C. Club - when the group was entertained •last night at the home of Mrs. J. E. , Ste\enson Jr. Mrs.,J. Mell Brooks - Jr, was a guest for the evening. - In the bridge games played dur 7 Mng the .evening, high score prize '"was won by Mrs. Sanford Shelton f^'and second high by Mrs. Ben Hnrpole. Th6 hostess served a salad course .vwith Iced drinks. | CP.E.O.'Chapter Meets £" Mrs. Charles S. Le;:m-: "•.•"' SIRS- 'vtess to members of Ch •- ^ ,<•'?. E: O. Sisterhood yeslery.i ' ; Staining with a luncheon at her home fon North. Tenth, Street. |i, , j_, I^ollbwirig the fauffet luncheon, »^en'cd from the dining table, a pro|; j-gram on "Venzueln" was presented £ by .Mrs. C. W. Afllick. ''n Read Courier News Want Ada. ^^rs. Kflnnle Strickler of Ptggotl and James D<?e<l Dunavant of Hennlng, all have returned to their homes after attending runein -ervlces .held here yesterday foi Allen Jerome Pipkin. • Pfc. Allen nice, who Is stationed al-.Eplirata. Wash., with the fight er control branch of the Army Al Forces, is. sending his furlong) here with his parents, Mr. anr Mrs. E. A. Rice. Pvt, and Mrs. James D. Honey cult arrived last Wednesday from Camp Fnnnln, Texas, lo spend Ills seven-day furlough with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Honey- cull and Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Aus- Mn.-Private Honcycull will report o Fort CM. Ciilif., for reasslyn- nent, and Mrs. llonoycutt. will •nnkc her home here with her par- •nt.'i. . Mrs. O. W. McCulclien and 'ilighlcr, Mrs. Hie html B. Lcuan 'r., ond her son, Richard B. IjOgun 'II, left yesterday for New Or- 'cans, La., where they will visit \rt,. Richard B. Logan Sr. Mr. and Mrs.' Chris Thompklns Local Engineer :! " : Now Midshipman In Navy Reserve H E <Butl> Fisher lias been ap- t:oliite,i midshipman In Die Unllcd Slates Navnl Reserve, and will leave here tomorrow nflernoon prior '.o reporting (or duty Salurday at New Oilcans. After ;:cvcral months training tl'c 24-yeni-old cnglneci 1 will be commissioned an ensign and assigned lo 'duly with the fleet as, an engineering officer. Formerly with Boeing Aircraft Company, after attending George Washington University In Wash- I Inglon, I). C., nc helped design 'the B-20 engine, cowlings and firewalls Son ol Mis. Ilattle Fisher, he har been visiting his molther ut 10: East Kentucky. ' He also formerly lived in Osceola where he attended school. Capt. Win. Boyd is Given Award Of Bronze Star • cnpt. William Q. Boyd has teen awarded the nronzc Star medal for "mci Ilorloiis service In action against 'Pie enemy! from July 18 to Dec. n, 10-M." according to a message received this mopilng by Mrs. Boyd, who, together with her daughter, Linda, Is making her home here while her husband Is overseas. A member of General Patlon's Third Army, Captain Boyd is a veteran of a year's overseas service. t Perhaps Just ill Case '.DEFIANCE, O. (UP)—A man really did lose his shirt, at the lo- cnl ration hoard office! Miss Slilr- ley Smith, board clerk, said that the owner could have it after Identifying the same. She believed the loser slopped at the board en route \ay Off,, Wolves' Large Crowd Attends Dance At 'Armory Here A crowd of approximately 550 attended the dance held last night at the Armory Hall when Chris Cross ant! his orchestra furnished the imislc and also staged several specialty numbers. The cabaret allalr, given under sponsorship of the Blylheville Junior Chamber of Commerce, was for ic benefit of Ihe 1945 Infantile aralysls Campaign. Exact amount of Hie money raised or the fund was not known this lornlng, but promoters of the dance ere. pleased with Us reception. Read Courier News Want Ads. SIMPW L^ti.GffAVP ^fV^FORAUBAKlNSi soya AuntSasste Vcs, folks, ihc New UOVAL S.A.S. Phosphate Ibktnf; Powder is grand for every type of Inking. Makes biscuit , corn bread, muffins that arc ligEit. .tender, simply delicious! Try it toiliyl TO EASi MISERY *' NOW SUNDAY AnERt40ON [i 3:30 p.m. Latest fad in lapel pins is worn by Mrs. Fay. Doss, above, of Washington. D. C., whose sailor husband recently left for Soulli Pacific service.. Pin, intended lo . warn- away would-be' wolves, shows figure of sailor poinling' to a heart inscribed "Taken." . Pleas v Low Cost V Double BWet Taste S. A. S.PHBSPMTE BAKING POWDER : : Contains No Cream of Tartar Photo nbovc shows a crowd of eager shoppers crowding the "mam aisle" In one of Rome's liveliest black markets. The mart, dealing chiefly tn food, operates openly In broad clayliglil in Ihe Via Tor ai Nonn. Business took a setback recently when several black market pastry shops were looted, bul In n couple ol days the crowd was back'ln full force. lefl yesterday for Miami, Fin., There they will visit Ihclr son Chris Tompkins .Jr., who is sla- •loned there'with the Nnyy. , Pvt. Dowry O. Jnckson of Mnn- i)n has returned from Camp Chat- 'ee, Ark., to spend ft 10-day fur- 'oush with his wife, Mrs. Annie \!,iy Jackson, and children. Cnpt. and Mfs. Robert A. Porlcr Arrived lust niglit from Detroit, vhcrc Ihcv have been making their 'iome while Caplaln Porter was •talioned at Romulus Army Air "leld. Cnplaln Porter, after n brief It ill. 1J I-J..--1H i H1UUU «* -- •*. «-- " J- 1---I I - •islt liere with Mr. am] Mrs. B. A. j , Tstcr[llly fov collection was pick- •.ynch, will report lo C.recnsboro,j C(| • ., Joc ^ Rttin wno ptans to [is assignment, I r ,.,...i ,,,„ ,,,_ rt . ,,,j n ., i,_ -.,,(,1 Collection Oi Paper To Be Completed Today Most of Ihe scrap 'paper put out , '•F. C., for overseas assignment, ••bile Mrs. Porter will rcmtiln here ith her parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Erdumnn of Tolumbla City, Intl., who are spcnd- '•'K Ecveral months here with reln- Ives, and Mrs. E. A. Goodrich left his morning for Gllbcrtsvllle, Ky., i s]:end the rnrralnder of the week ••111! Mrs. Goodrlch's daughter, Mrs. •qhn Thomas and Mr. Thomas. . P. b. Cormier of Chlcasjir arrived .,o. niKhl lor, a brief visit with Mr •nd Mrs. Cornelius Modinger anc family, Mrs. W. • E. Potter of Deli, who underwent a mnjor o finish Uie work today, he snld. Any one having paper on the curb not picked lip by lale today Is ask- d lo call L. Q. Nash, at Delta Im- )lemenl Company,'so lhat he can mve a special delivery made.' "Tlic salvage cpinmltlci! is dc- ormlncd to get the paiwr collcctec nn ( i I personally will attempt to mve a special delivery made -fo any overlooked", Mr. Nash said to lay In discussing the troubles ex )erlenced since lie took over Collec [Ion of scrap paper for the war ef fort. 'Ion at Memphis Baptist Hospital '5 recuperating. Mr. Poltcr and Mrs lo Tale are In Memphis will Ion Line", both government news Urn releases were shown lo mem-: bers of Ihe Blythevllle klwanls h who held their regular weck- y luncheon meeting yesterday at Hotel Noble. • :' attests Included J. E. 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