The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 30, 1945 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO BLYTIIEVILLE COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, JANUARY 30, 19-15 Coming Events •' WEDNESDAY A. D. 0. Club meeting with Mrs. William Young. Mrs.: Fred V. Rutherford entertaining Town arid Country Club. . Wednesday Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. R. L. Stockelt. Mission Study Course at First Presbyterian Church, 7:30 p. m. Mrs. Sab Reynolds entertaining Initial Chib, •'•'•• THURSDAY Thursday Night Hf. '^ •''"!• meeting with Mrs! Wlliarn ,i.. • *.. rhursday Luncheon Cmb meeting ^th Mre. J. A. Leech. Mrs. 0. F. Tucker entertaining Oc- tette Luncheon Club. Friendly Eight Club meeting with Mrs. Hubert Wade, Mrs. i. D. Lunstad entertaining E.,M. G. Club. •'•'•.'. Mid-Week Club meeting ulth Mrs. M. O. Usrey.';'•• •. •;• '.'•' ':, . ' ; Mrs. 'G. -ID/'Keck 'ehtcrtntnlug Tliursday [Contract 'Club. • ' • : - FRIDAV / C.'B.'C. Club meeting with Mrs. LeridenrYle F6*Ier. • G. N. B. Club meeting with .Mrs. H. C. Btarikenship. Chapter "K" of.P.E.O. meeting with Mrs. W.'L. Homer, 2 p. m, Initial Club Entertained Mrs. Lane Nowell was hostess to members of the Initial Club nnd three other guests, entertaining Saturday afternoon nt her home. Guests Included Mrs, J. P. Nolen, Mrs. Fred Boyd nnd Mrs. Joe Wegman. High score prize for the afternoon bunco games was won by Mrs. Nowell, bunco by Mrs. Jack Mnrsh and low by Mrs, W. S. Enslburn. The hostess serve<l a sandwich Plate with Icctl drinks, • Bits of News Mostly Personal Charles Henderson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Henderson, Is 111 of mumps at his home on West Ash Slrcel. Capt. ami Mrs. Robert A. Porter will leave tomorrow for Wlii- fleld, Ala., for a brief visit with Captain Porter's parents. From Winfield, he will leave for Greensboro, Dorcas Sunday School Class of N c .. for overseas assignment and First 1 Baptist Church meeting for ^ rs . porter will return here to mnke business • at church, . 2:30 p. m., i ler | lome w m, | ler parents, Mr. nn<l with Mrs Tom Haynes and Mrs. Mrs. B. A. Lynch while her husband Harry Gold en ,,05 hostesscK. Silver Tea Is Given Yesterday At Church Twenty - one members ol the Woman's Society of Christian Serviced of Lake Street Methodist Church, together with a number of visitors, attended the meeting .of that;group held yesterday afternoon nt the church, which was followed by a silver tea, Mrs. W. L. Green gave.the d<?vo- stion^l on "Loyalty to Our Kingdom", .followed''by. prayel- by Mrs. Bates Sturdy; A brief business session vms presided over by Mrs Green, when Mrs A. E Mitchell became a new member of -.ttie ' of gnntzat ion. The closing prayer Was given by Mrs. Green. During the. social hour which followed, tca.-'opcn; face sandwiches imdUInylcooklos.were served by Mrs Green, Mrs. George Shanks, Mrs Bert Mayo, Mrs. Allan Van Winkle and Mrs. J. W. Maloncy. The tea table was centered with Observe 50th Anniversary is on overseas duty. W. D. Cobb Is able to Ire out after having been ,111 for two weeks o numps nnd influenza. Tlie two Gobi :hllrircn, Danny and Davis, also are recuperating from an attack of nuimps. Mrs. Love B. Adams is spending several weeks In Memuhla with her niece. : pfc. and Mrs. Charles Ptigh returned last night from Union City, Tcnn., where they spent two days with relatives. Mrs, Ward McLean of Houston, Texas. Is spending several days here with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. N. W. Kyle. John Roncy of Washington, D. 0., who formerly was employed In Blytheville and In Manila, is upending several days here vUHlng friends. Mrs. tldel Ncwsom. who Is, mnk- Ini! her home in Lancaster, Calif., while Sereennt Ncwsom Is stationed there, has arrived for a visit of several rtnys with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. B, O. Gill of Dell. Mr. nnd Mrs. Rosco Craflon went lo Memphis yesterday where ho en- Marine Noncom Returns To U. S. After 30 Months Marine Sergt. Charles . Odell Jr,, ,ns arrived l» the United Stales Ucr 30 months service In the South Pacific. A resident of Blythcvllle until he entered the Marine Corps three 'cars nfjo, his parents since have novcd lo California, where he now s visiting. It Is expected he nho will come here for a visit with his uncle, Mayor E. R. Jackson, and family. Member of the Second Division. lie has seen nrlich action in en- jafcmeiUs nt Pacific islands. Osceola Society—Personal Oil). Mrs. Leslie Speck has gone to New York lo join her husband, En sign Speck, who recently returned from several months overseas. At The Hospitals Walls Hospital Admitted: Mrs. U Q. Hlller, CaruthersvUle, Mo. Mrs. Clyde Robinson, city. Shirley Pay Potts, Stcelc, Mo. Mrs. Woodrow Cook, Rt. 1, city. flora to Mr. nnd Mrs. 8. A. Morris, Oweoln, ft 'son, yesterday. Dismissed: Mrs. Howard Sclby, Leochvllle. Mrs. 1-IUInn Franks, city. Mrs, A. F. Evnns, Steelo, Mo. Ittytheville Hospital Admitted;. Mre. Binford Klrnes, city. W. O. Int?rnm, rlty. Mrs. U. C. Bouthnrd, city. Dismissed: Mrs. C. E. Ren fro, city. Mrs. Waldon Shnro, Haytl, Mo. Alrjnphls Methodist Hospital Admitted: Cnrl Pulley, Braggadocio, Mo. Mr.;and Mrs. J. C, Harnlsh observed their Wth weddinj anniversary la«t Tuesday nt, their home on West Chlckasawixv Avenue. They haye been residents of Blythcville for the past 26 year*, caning her* from HUmboldt, Tenn., where they fanned for many yeera. Pupils G'rvt Luncheon A "Roosevelt •. Luncheon" given Friday by pupils of Awarded Bronze Star Scrgl. Hendrtx I,. Mom. 33, of Cnnithersvlile, Mo., recently was Mory Outlaw'* fourth gnfa awarded the Bronze Star lor he- Central Word School, when tola achievement on the Fifth Army Central Ward teachers were fro,r,t In Ithly. «__i. ..«...., vu MlM ol Temneroture*: AUnnla 44 ^ where Blrmlnehnm Charleston Charlotte \. 48 Chattanooga 4J Chicago 18 Mr. and Mrs, E. L. Qulnn celebrated their 31111 wedding anniversary Monday night with a dinner party for several close friends. "Gift-flowers decorated the entertaining rooms of the home, and the table was set with their wedding gifts. . Following dinner the evening was spent. In Informal entertainment. T-5 Claude Hogan is spending a nine-day furlough here with his wife, the former Miss Christine Phillips, nnd with his mother, Mrs C. M. Horton. Sergeant Hogan Is cnroute from his lormer pe^t at Camp Maxey, Texns, to Fort Mcade, Md. Dorrell S. Crane is attending to business In St. Louis. Mrs. A. C. Wilson Jr., nnd daughter, Judy, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Wilson St., In Little Rock. Also guests of Mr. an ( i Mrs. Wilson are' tlielr daughter, Mrs. Chester Frederics n,nd'Mr, Frederics, known professionally' ns- "KayC'Wilson and Chester' Frederics", comic ballroom dance, tenm. ,.,•••' , Mr.'aril i Mrs. .D. S. >Crane have as. their'-'guesis. Mrs. Vance Scur- Ipck and twp daughters, Mary Jane nnd Rcbepca Anne, of Baltimore, Md, Mrs. Crane and Mrs. Scurlock are sisters-in-law. Bob Cromer, who has been a patient* Rt a Memphis •hospital for several -days, Is reported Improved; His brother,-Dick Cromer, who also has been 111, now Is 'improving :it his home. .'' Mr. and Mrs, Ernest Mann of Wilson are moving to Oeceola, be employed by I>. Father Bujarski Of Little Rock Takes Post Here The Church of the Immaculate Conception has n new assistant 1 pastor to aid IhS Rev. J. J. Thompson? pastor. j The Rev. Paul Bujarskl of Little Reck has been appointed to that position to succeed the Rev. J. P. McDonnell, transferred to a similar position at Saint Andrews' Cathedral in Liltle Rock. The new assistant, graduated from SI. John's Seminary In Liltle Rock, was ordained a month ago. lleulcnant In the Army recently up-. on successful completion of the Of-' ficor Candidate Course at the In-' fantry School nt Fort Denning, Oa.- Lieutenant Croom Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Croom of! Route 2, Leachville. Wins Commission Samuel Owen Croom of Lcaoh- ville was commissioned a second Visit Us la Onr NEW BUILDING Located at , 121 E. Main St. T. L SEAY MOTOR CO. Chrysler Dealer - Parts & Service 121 E. Main Phone 2122 £ 3. Laney. 28 19 Members of the cl«ag portrayed- New York . Kavnnnnh . Cincinnati Denver Detroit : 25 Jacksonville 81 Tallahassee 57 Kansas City SS Mncon ' 49 Memnhls 42 Mlnml 8S Montgomery BO New Orleans 63 43 BO He (p ft'^lre ohtef in the 3«2nrt various national nirurw, with InJahtry fRegiment of th» 9Ut , child mukinr B brief talk- durtnfc Tnrmrn ....10 "Powder Hlyer" Division. n Spring arrangement of carnations, | t?rcd the Baptist Hospital for a iris -and ,swectpeas, while the rec-1 checkup. Mr Crufton has been 111 reation room of the church was at- at his home here for the past week, tractively decorated with brightly Mrs. Imogene Trurnblc and son, TNMF.MOIt.IAM IN MEMORY'ol. my dear mother, Mrs, George Pnync, who passed away a. year nyo today, January 30, 1944. She is gone, but not forgotten, To yondcr's Heavenly shore, , Yfhorc she is sweetly vesting, And will, forever more. ., , Millie Mae Henry. the progrtun. I Luncheon, brought by the children, was served. Washington 31 Dallas Jackson Walter Garland Hathorn spent the weekend In Memphis with his parents, Mr. and Mr«. W. O. Hath- blooming; potted plants. | A! Joe, who have spent the past Guests at the affair Included Mrs. several days in Dycrsbwir, Tenn., C. C. Thompson, 1 Mrs. Don Lutes, : tire expected to arrive home to- Mrs; Jesse Province, Mrs. Lnccy - nl'hl. i : ' Martha au ( i nalph Nichols Jr., are recuperating at their home on Hciirn Street from an Illness of Gordon. Mrs' Elberi day,' Mrs. Paul Groscclos_ of .Eutaula, Okln., Mrs, Lawrence : Turner of Havana, Ark., and: Mrs. Cora | Walker of Dyersburg, "Term, • • * Auxiliary Has.Mfeting Mrs. " Emma Nolcn entertained members of the Women's Auxiliary of. St. Stephen's Episcopal Church yesterday afternoon at her home, when the.devotional was in charge of Mrs. Thomas B. Smylhe Jr. Mrs. J. D. McDowell presided over the business session when plans for a church sim . r to bo mumps. Scrgf. Paul Loilin Returns From Pacific Scrgt. Paul IjOllln, son of Mr. nm Mrs. B. P. Loflln, arrived In Sat Francisco last Friday, according to ix telephone message received last, night by his parents. In New Guinea, since last April with a hospital unit of the Army, Sergeant Lollln was returned to the United States for treatment for ar---;::-• •• , . , , , held Feb, 12 were discus-,'. MV™: i thrills. He was transferrecl today to bers also voted to bu- U airs for i !hc Ashford General Hospital in Mc- the kindergarten class in ;-hc Church School,.to purches^ a r.ew rug for, the church, and new altar hangings. The meeting;-closed with prayer, and Mrs.- Nolen, served refreshments during/ the social hour which followed. . • • * Daughter Is Born Today Pfc..and;Mrs. Miles Wilson announce . the-;.blrlh of:, a daughter this morning. The baby, Iheir first chila, has:been named Marsha Lou. , Mrs. Wilson fa the former Miss Helen Forrest.'Private Wilson now is somewhere In Germany wllh the Ninth Army, Klnney, Texas. acfsfesf on tits kidneys — to ease painful bladder irritation caused by excess acidity in lie urine Ttousands nro thanlclnB DR. KILMER'S SWAMP ROOT for litlpl"! Ih^rii to rr- nlrhts". For Ihts pure Ucrljal medicine, oiininally creMcit by n pracllciiig |>liysl- cvnii, oels quickly lo Increase the How of urine .. .lidpn relieve Inckachc, run-ilawn feeling, iincoinlortixUlc symptoms of lihildtr IrrlUlion. SWAM! 1 ROOT is a ccitntlMc prcpsralion. A combination of i-ircMly blenJcd herbs, rouls, vocclnli Lats^iixs. Absolutely nolhinp /j.ir^.'i /inb. r r-fcrrainc ^/I^cn yon lisa Di". 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