The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 26, 1945 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO BIATIIEVILLE COURIER NEWS I Miss McHaney Is Hostess Miss Frances McHoney, entertaining members of the Thursday Night Bridge Club, also was hos- 'css to Mrs. Snnford Boonc nnd viss June Brnnson inst night for nn evening of bridge. High score prize wns won by Mrs. _ Booiie and second high hy Miss 'ellow "jonquils "and purple Branson, and the hostess served a ' " ' sandwich plate with Iced drinks. Woman's Club Entertained At Barnes Home Yestevclay Members of the Blythn'lllc Woman's Club were entov • . :•;'*- terday afternoon at a LV luncheon at Hie home oi :..--. •-•• Barnes, when .Mrs. Vena Henley of Flint, Mich., also was a guest. Giant yellow Jonquils and i throated his formed a colorful centerpiece for the dining table where the buffet luncheon was served. In the brief business session presided over .by Mrs. Charles Ray Newcomb, members voted to endorse the proposed three-day marriage law for Arkansas. Date of the monthly club meetings also was changed from the last Thursday to the lost Friday in each month. .Mrs. E. P. Blomeycr was In charge of the program on the theme of "Plastics". V • * Mrs. Hughes Is Hostess The bridge luncheon given yes- Mrs. Ross D. Hughes terday by for Bits of News Mostly Personal Mrs. I. n. Johnson and her sister, Mrs. L. L. McDcnrman of Hnlls, Term., are spending several weeks in Hot Springs. Navnl Aviation Cadet P, Tom Payne of Montgomery, Ala., is visiting here as yuest of Mrs. llatlie Bond Students Attend Clinic At Jonesboro Thirty-five members of the Bly- (licvlllc high school band, accompanied by their band 'director, Mrs Wilson Henry, spent today In Jonesboro where they nttendcd (in^r'ast Arkansas Hand Clinic held in the auditorium of Arkansas BltUo Col- egc, Ashley CofTrnan, professor of nm sle at Hendrlx College, nnd Edward Tuggle, band and glee club director at Whitoliavcn, Tcnn., high school, were guest speakers. S]>eclal features of the clinic were twirling exhibition presented by the local band, nnd n drum exhibition'.given by the Jonesboro band under (|ie direction of H. I/. Hickcy. .Mr- •poljivmji also led the entire c-ns'emljje of bands in n number of selections'during the ufternoon session. ;':'• '• Slim Flattery "members of the Thursday j Fisher nnrt her son. II. E. "Hud Luncheon Club r.lso was attended! Fisher. Another guest In the Fish- by three other guests, Mrs. Howard ;or home Is Mrs. MolllO Lee of East C. Stalling, Mrs. B. H.. Klrby anil Mrs. M. A. Isaacs. A two course luncheon was served at the dining table, centered with a bowl of pink carnations. In-the bridge-games played during the-afternoon, Wgh (core prize was won by Mrs. A. G. Little and second high by'Mrs. Klrby. '-» » ' * Bunco Club Entertained Mrs. W. A. Angell and Mrs. Norman 1 Speck were hostesses to seven members of the Friendly Eight CUib ydstcrday afternoon, entertaining a trie .'Angell home. Bunco prize was won by Mrs. Hu bert. Wade, high by Mrs. Gland Bsllcy and low by Mrs. Fred Smith Light refreshments were served • • • Bridge Luncheon Is Given Lavender tulips in a crystal bow formed the centerpiece for th luncheon table yesterday afternoo when Mrs. James Hill Jr., cnte tained members of the Octet ''Luncheon. Club and one guest. Mrs. W. C. Higglnson, at n bridge luncheon at her home. Later bridge was played, with high score prize won by Mrs. C. F. Tucker and second high by Mrs. J. C. Ellis. Rummy Club Entertained All members of the E. M. G. Club attended the party Riven yesterday afternoon by, Mrs. Clifford Watkins, I who entertained at her home on i Davis Avenue. In the Liverpool .rummy games j played during the afternoon, hlgl score prize was won by Mrs. Claude Price, second high by Mrs. M. R Wembish.V and low by Mrs. J. R Lunsford. The hostess served n rt?ssci course with coffee. Club, Guests EnterK;n:; 1 Mrs. Hunter Sims and Mrs. Cot frey:White of Osceola, were gucs of "Mrs. Cecil Shane yesterday ni temoon when she enlertaine members of the Mid-Wcck Clu f<ir -luncheon and bridge at li home on West Main Street. A'three course luncheon was se ved",at small tables arranged '», the -living room where the gucs 'later played bridge. Low bowls pastel colored sweetpeas added touch of Spring to.the setting. High scofe. prize among cl members went to Mrs. W. L. Hor er and Mrs. White received hi guest prize. • * * • * Sort Is Born Yesterday Capt. and Mrs. John H. McDonald are the parents of a son born yesterday afternoon at Blythcvilic Army Air Field Hospital. The baby, who has an older sister, Sharon, who Is 15 months old, has been named John Crawford McDonald. I Mrs. McDonald is the former Miss, Winifred Crawford. Captain McDonald, formerly stationed nt the local airfield, now U at Hnr-1 vard, Neb. QuMelkt f*OM SNFFIY, STUfTY DISTRESS OF ralric. Mo. Sergl. James Necdham of the arlne Corps, lios arrived to spend Is furlough here with his parents. 1r. and Mrs. Martin Necdham, and tlicr relatives. Sergeant Needham las just returned to the United tales from his second tonr of duty verseos in the South Pacific. N'lcky Wccdman, son of Mr. anil Irs. Harry Wecdmnn, is ill with mumps nt his home on Davis Avenue. Herbert N. Sweniingen Jr., slu- lent at University of Arkansas. Fay- tteville. nrriveil yesterday to spend a brief time with his patents, Mr. ind Mrs. Swcnvingen Sr. Rice Nichols returned yesterday afternoon ''to Ills home in Atlanta, Oa., after a visit here with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Leech. Mrs. J. B. Johnson and daughter, Sarah Lee, who have been making their home in Monroe, la.., while Lieutenant Jolmsrm was stationed there, arrived yesterday to be with Mrs. Johnson's mother, Mrs, K. A. Fisher, and her sister, Miss Anne Fisher. Lieutenant Johnson hna been transferred to Amarlllo, Texas where he is taking B-20 training. Mrs. John C. Smcdley, mathematics' teacher In Junior high school Is ill at her home, and will be unable to resume her duties (or several days. At The Hospital; niythevtllc Hospital Admitted: Mrs. W. K. Kcmper, city. John Eddie Jones, city. Memphis Mapllsl Hospital Admitted: Mrs. J. D.,Clark, Kciser. Walls Hospital Admitted: Morris Bailey, Holland, Mo, Mrs. A. F. Evans, Stccle, Mo. Mrs.'H. A. Sulton, Manila. G. T. Graccy, city. Kenneth 1,/ec Turner, Dcerlng, Mo. Bom to Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Wigton, Lnxoca, a son this morning. Dismissed: Mrs. C. M. Blnylock, city. Mnry Ann Marvel, Armorcl. Mrs. Joe Waldrup and babies, city. Edward Spencer, gunner's mate in the N'nvy, is visiting his par ts, Mr. am! Mrs. C. W. Spencer ring his 15-dny leave. He recent! turned from 18 months duty i e South Pacific. Mrs. Earl Potter of Dell was re ovcd today by .ambulance to he ome after undergoing a'major 01 ation at Memphis Baptist Ho till.' Mrs. Cnrirmtctln McKamey w ave tomorrow, for Carlsbad, N. 1\ here she will attend the weddii f Miss Georgia Blackwood lo M ell, to be solemnized next Satn Before returning here she a' lans to visit In Albuquerque, N. Mrs. Lucy A. Ledbetter left ye crday for El Pnso, Texas, wlie he will, visit her son, Pvt. AK .edbelter, who is attending n dio school there. Staff Sergl. Jay L. Kurtley, whosi fe lives on Route I, Manila, ha: en cited by the HOlst Infantry 3 emiscof Singers Will Meet At Okeena Sunda peeping Up With The Men In Service ml Miss Wynctte Higgs, both of latthews, Mo.; Hartley D. Emery nd Miss fluUi Menecsc, both, of Marlon, HI.; Luther C. Hood ol ienlon Harbor, Mich., and Mrs. iVInnlc Dfiikins of Blythcvlllc. Kiiymond Mclvln Hicks and Miss Edith nolllns, both of Lcachvlllc; Clarence lllggins of West Fiank- ort, HI., and Miss Ciolda Shuhert of Johnson City, 111.; Jessie L. ^inke and Mrs. Margaret Crandle, loth of St. wuis: Joseph y/. Gear- lardt nnd Mr.s. Marie Slcmers, both of Cape Glrardcau, Mo,; Marshall "' Ijird nnd Mrs. Ada Lard, both of Cottonwood Point, Mo.; Redic T. Cheathnm of Elbrldge, Tenn., and Mis. Annie Hemphlll of Caruthers- John C. Oliver and Mrs. Willeyne Hccl"cs both of Louisiana, Mo.; liillj" Gene Collins and Miss Hilda Glodeim Clover, botli of Murphysboro III.; Enrl Compton ; and Mrs. Elsie TOuLs, both of St. Louis; Paul W Hardy of Chicago and Miss Edith Wisenborg of Villa Ridge, III Walter Avcry Milllken und Miss Martha Ett«r Defoe, both •>! Camthersville, Mo.; Bose Emmett Sir a user and Miss Mary Porter, both of St. Louis; Tommy Cruse of Dlytheville and Miss Hosettn Smith of nurdettc. Roy Dowdy and Miss Mary Luker, 'Privateer' Has Long-Range V/a!lop FRIDAY, JANUARY 26, 1945 CAIIH OF THANKS We take this method of reaching our many friends to express our siu- ccrcst thanks for the kindnesses shown us during our hour of deepest tioublc. , Mrs. E. M. Houston & Doyle. .VORtD'S UROEST SEUEB AT Office Training Shorthand, Bookkeeping and . Typing MRS. L M. BURNETT 1010 Hearn Phone 3Z70 I both of Dyersbure. Tenn.: J. W Grccv of Blythevllle and Miss Audrey Beckett of Cooler, Mo.: John Daniel Busby and Miss Mamie Smith, both of Cairo, 111.; Waller K Ekelton of Pontiac, Mich., and Miss Phyllis Walter of clarkslon, Mich.; Jessie Edwards ami • Miss Berntcc Ellis, both of Steele, Mo.; liUVR'nce Calvin Ledbetter and Miss Rhcba Evett, both of Hayli, MO. Jacob Thad Matthews and "Miss Julia Dene Pannes, both of Bly- Ihcvllle; Wlnfrcd MUven Rhodes and Miss Lorehe Hammond, both of Lcachvlllc; Wilton Carroll and Mis Betty Jo Knight, both of New Madrid, Mo.; Edward John Van Gere tniy and Miss Barbara Kenoff Kith of Chicago; Lovail Waugh o Hcrrln, 111., and Mrs. Ruby Mile of West Frankfort, III.; E. L. Black burn of Chicago, nnd Mrs. Mnr Ann Bisby of St. Louis; James Wil son Copley and Miss Dorothy Ma Powell, both of Metropolis, in Hnze Pnlmcr and Miss earless Jeaueva Baxter, both of Deering, Mo. Above is first photo released ol the Privateer, new Navy search plane officially tagged the PB4Y-2. Ahle.io range over 1500 miles from base, unescorted, and reUirn, il crm'alliiclt the enemy as well as defend itself. It carries a dozen ,50-cpl. guns in six turrels, can stay aloft 20 hours and has a tip speed 61 over 250 mph. RECA an VULCA All Recapping Strictly Guaranteed. Quick service. In Any Size Passenger Car Tire. Our Molds Will Handle Up to Size 700x16 Tires. ALL SIZES of RECAPPED PASSENGER CAR TIRES FOR SALE- RATION FREE! 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All sinjers and listeners are in- vitcri to attend, it was announced today by tt.li.L, Smith, president. cglmcnt of the Oist Division and varded the combat Infantryman's idge for actual participation in ombal nsatnst the enemy with the itth Army In Italy. Pfe. Wallace Wheeler Ingram of Route l, Blylhcvlllc. Is n member t the slflff oi the SGtli General lospitnl with Ihe Sixth Army Group la France, which has been ommcnded by their commanding fficcr for their work under try- g conditions in Italy. The hospital, which nt times %vas only five miles behind the lines n Italy, now Is operating In France, How To Relieve "Bronchitis' Crcomulsion relieves promptly because it goes right to the seat o! the trouble to help loosen and expel Germ laden phlegm, and old nature to soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed bronchial mucous membranes'. Tell your druggist to sell you n bottle of Creomulslon with the understanding you must like the way it quickly allays the cough or you are to have your money back. t CREOMULSION forCouehs.Chest Colds, Bronchitis Marriage Licenses Marriage licenses sold through the local office of the county court clerk during the past seven days oj Include the following: Leonard, ^ Hays Inmnn of Micola, Mo,, ancl Miss Roberta Maxinc Mollett of Braggadocio. Mo.: Virgil EX-e Ball BRONCHIAL COUGHS! ior Branchial Irritation! Due to Cold] Buckley's Famous "CANAD10L" Mixture Acts Like 3 Flash serving the U. S. 7th Army and units of the Sixth Army Group. Before coming to Prance, the hospital had cared for more than 14,000 ' patients from the Fifth Army.- IOIH! a few cents today at any d ilniif story for a bottle lluckluy'a CANAUIOI. Mixture jilu acUniO. Take n coi;plo of sl]>s nt ucrttl[iio. Feel Us Instant jMiwtM-Iill effective nctiou spreail thru lliro.lt, lieuil ami bronclllnl fibcfi. 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