The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 17, 1944 · Page 2
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TWO BLYTHEVILLE (AKK.) COURIER NESWS LComing , TUESDAY t Mrs.- Coleman- Stevens Jr., entertaining La Kerne Club 1 Double 0 Club meeting with M1& Margaret Shaver I Mrs J F. Helen enlertalnlrtg O ! * B Club I .WEDNESDAY Club Eight meelli7£ «lth Mr>, ' Paul: Joue. ' ^Iss Edythe George enterlalnln;; TYlendljv Seven' Club. • ! THURSDAY i M-lday Luncheon club meeting } \kltfi Mrs Marvin Ninn . ' THURSDAY O. &• N. Birthday 'Club having plcrtlo at Walker'Park, 8 prn . FRIDAY Mrs. Paul Klmbro entertaining C.B.C. Club. 4<]0 plub, meeting ulth Mrs. Frank Drown. ' N Initial Club ' meeting. wllh Mrs W 'S Eastbum. Cotton Ball Queens 'Vijilois Aie Complimented ri > ' Twelve girls were guests of Mrs. 1 Wejth Foster Saturday afternoon whiyi she entertained with n piity Honoring her nieces,- Ann Bru-tho- -lomcw of Memphis, Biicl-Alma Jane and' Johnny Ann LeCompte of Alexandria; Va;, who (ire spending th C i Summer here with Mr and Airs W S Langdon Ann ts a sriifiddaughter of the Lnrigdoii's arid! Alma Jane and Johnny Ann, their gieat-grandaughters. Games and coniests pla>c<i on the spacious lawn of the Poster home entertained the' children' for seierat hours, #Hh prizes awarded Barbara Monaghan, 'Reen Morris, and Rosemary Monsghan, who were winners In various contests Refreshments of sandwiches nndl cookies togelher ulUi fruit punch, > ftue served by the hostess - • i! Bits of News =• i Biithday DJnnei Js piven Mr and Mrs, 0 A Klmilnghnm ' entertained with a blrtliday dinner last night at their ho-no In special compliment to, their daughtei, Mrs. James Nebhut, who celebrated her birthday yesterday, . ; The three course dinner was } served at the dining table, which ( was centered with an anangement tor pink snapdragons In a crjstal i bowl , Included' among the 12 guests were several out-of-town guests, • Mrs Everett Johnson and Mrs Bee i » I g h a ni \of Starkville, Miss Mrs Ray Johnston and son Jrm- mv, of St Louis, and Trandnl Kln- iungltain.'or: Cincinnati »_:».• Announce Birth of Son Sergt and Mrs EVeieU Catc announce the birth ol a son Tuesday , « BbttoUte Armj An- F,eld Hos* I Pital The baby has been named O?rey Richard . Sergeant and Mrs Gate, who live at 1110 West Ash, imc another son Cortc/ who Is si\ ' * • * Initial Club Entettainecl Mrs Fred Boj'ett Sr' entertained member? of ,ihc Initial club nnd i" 10 , SUfcit, Mrs Fred Bojett Jr \Fnday , afternoon at her home" which was decorated with rnKed /lowers m pastel shades - -——v 6»»j(.-£> yuvjeu anr- jng the afternoon, bunco prl?e went ^ i\'L £ " e ™ an May. high score * Son Born This Morning Capt and Mrs' R E cobble announce ah e biith of a son this Formi protecflon on IrnioUd w. face • Bfg igpply coih liftle srinruiiiy u.... ^^*™™ SOOTHIHO MiOIC Bake •*- » < - j Better Pastries With Shibley's Best Flour..'. ' ' » . n This fine flour ACTUALLY REQUIRES LESS SHORTENING! DV EI'SIE KIN'AIU) ••••NBA- Staff \Viiter NEW YORK.—An evening dress n.s chintzy looking ns a pinafore can be the queen of the ball or the dance where n nickel iii u slot releases the tune, If ft has style and a touch of Cinderella glamor, as most cottons for formal wear have. Besides glazed tlilnlp.—see It glamorized with multi-colored se- sulns in the dress with the snug bodice nnd lhe long full skht modeled at the right-almost nny kind of available cotton that can lake good dyes, preshrinklng, mid finishes that keep It paper crisp are 'given a whirl by ••designers, who have taken cottons out of the kllchen nn'rt 1 slicked them tip for the (Inncc. . Althoiigli spangles ns fiery as Ponrth-of-Jiily sjrtrklers glcnrn on gingham, and other cottons go to parties puffed out like satin quilts the youthfully-styled, simple detailed dress '-li'rts plenty : of fanciers among both the designers and the Bills who wear them. One of these favorites is the chalky whlto picnic frock, shown at titc left. The Ijcll- li>l?-oiit skh-t Is bnliinccd at the lop with kprhlef sleeves set Into a streamlined bodice edged with crisp cotton eyelet luce. Mi-s. iive'reit Johnson'arid 1 Mrs. Bee Fulgham of Sturkville, Miss., are spendltig the week here as- the guesLs of Mrs. Johnson's sisters, Mrs. Abe Kinningham and family, and Miss Kvclyn Parker. Mrs, A. II. Wallace and her sister. Mrs. Uils Dawson, both of Memphis, will return home tomorrow afternoon after a brief visit here with Mr. and:Mrs. Victor Stilwell ami fmnlly. Ed B. Cook spent the weekend In Little ftock attending to business. Mrs. Hay Johnston and son, Jimmy, of St. Louis, returned home this morning alter a visit here with her parents-, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Kln- At the Hospital* Waiir, Hospital Admitted—. . . ... Nellie Sue Moscr, Tyler, Mo. Mrs. Minnie L. Corner, city. Ruel Holland, Cnrulhersvlltc Mo. James Bohmr, Charleston, Mo. John German, city. Ocie Marie Hopkins, Steele Mo Mis. Edith Morrison; city. Boi-n to Capt/nncl Mrs. R. E. obbl^ n son this morning. Dismissed— ' Mrs. Stanley Dcwey Galnes and baby. city. Fred Tatum Jr., city. Mrs. Evans Wilson ntul bahj, morning nt Walls JJos'pilnl. 'Hie baby, their first child, has been named Clark Robert. Mrs, Cobblu is the former Miss Ernestine Smith, daughter of Mr nnd Mrs. G. W. Smith. city. E<1 Quinn, Osccola. Wade Quinn, Osceola. Mrs. J. A. Rouse, city. Vnrnic Russell, city. lllyflicvllli' Hospital Admitted- James Priest, city. Betty Joe Self, beerliig, Mo Zollan .Stutts, Manila. . Vlrgintn.. Jncson, city. , Dismissed— Mrs. W. C. Bowinnn, Monelte. Vcrnon Ctinninghnin, Luxora Mrs. U. It. Hastings;'H.iytJ.i Mo Blanche Jncksqn, City. ; Mcni|iliis-- B.i(ith( Jfosnital Admitted— Bo'obie Ffiye Michael, olljr. Mrs. Jiianitu Edgewortn,' Kclscr Memphis Mclliodlst Hospital Admlltcd— C. J. Mcretlith, cnmlhersvlllc, Mo. Mr. nnd Mrs. E. W. Phillips of Neivbei-n, Tenn., spent yesterday here with their ilnvighler, Mrs. Victor Sllhvcll and fninily. They were accompanied , home by nnotlier daughter,; Miss Wllsle Phillips, who Imd. been n visitor in lhe Stilwell home for the past two weeks. Pfc. Prank Grlgsby, who. Is stationed al Port Worth, Texas, .Is spending his,15-<!ay furlough here with Mrs. Origsby. , Miss., Era Wright, Miss' Jessie Srite, Miss Nell Harris mid Miss Mabel Hognn returned Saturday noriilng from Hot Springs, where they .spent n two wceki! vacation. .Mrs. Kitty..Lancaster ol Newbe'rn, Tenn., spent ycstcrdny here as .{he gue.st ot her daughter, Mrs. Eunice Young. i : .... Chester Cnldwetl Jr., nnd hi s brother, Dan.. Caldweli, went .to St. Louis Friday ,to spend a week os the guest ,of relatives. They are mns of Mr. nnd Mrs, Chester Cnldwell Sr. - . ,. Mrs. Corn Boyd of Los Angeles, Calif., formerly .of Blytheville, .was lhe weekend guest of her daughter- in-law, MIS. .W. A. Boyd, nnd Mr nnd Mrs. B. A. Hale. . . Mrs. James ..Hunt of Cnrulhere- vllle .Mov.niul her mthor-ltMnw Ney Hunt of^Blythcville, left yesterday morning to.attend lhe Qin-' ners' Convention being held la Hot Springs today and tomorrow. .Mrs. Harry Taylor will leave this week for., Hjiltlesburg, Miss., where she will spend her vacation with her brother, Lieut. B. E Hill and Mrs. Hill. Mrs. Louise Strackc left this morning for Springfield, Mo., where she will spend a:'two-week.?'•• vacation with relatives. Miss Mabel -Hognn spent yesterday in Sikestoh, Mo v as the guest »f her brother, Roy Hognn and family. She wns accompanied home by-her niece, Mrs. Eugene Head and Infant .daughter, who had been visiting the Hogans for the past two weeks. 1 •Mrs. Ney Hunt, who left, 10 clays ago to visit her sister in San Diego, Calif,, also will visit In El Paso. Texas, and Las Cruce.s, N. M., where the Hunt family formerly mode their tone. • • • Wcut. Col. Ivy W. Crawford left last night for his new station at Fort Monde, Md., after spending a week here with Mrs, Crawford and their family. Colonel Crawford has recently, been transferred to Fort Meade from Camp i Shelby Miss. Jr. c. Porter spent the weekend iii! Memphis wllh Mrs, Porter,-who Is quite 111 at Methodist Hospital. Miss- Belty Black .will return this afternoon from" Detroit, Mich,, and St. Ixjuls, where .she spent three weeks. In Detroit, she was the guest of her aunt, Mrs. w. J. Pollard and Captain Pollard, and in St. Louis she visited another aunt, Mrs. William.Robinson and family. Mrs. O. W, McCulchen has gone to Brittle Creek, Mich., where she will spend. several weeks. Mrs. H. E. Braecy and son, Billy, speht the weekend in Pavngould, where they visited relatives. Lieut. Is. g.) B. Q. Eipley and Mrs. ftipley of, Greenville, Tenn., hnvc returned home after .spending 'evernl days here ns giiest of Capt. and Mrs. R. E. Cobble. • Mr. and Mrs. I,. A Jones of Dallas, Texas, will return home tomorrow after a vlslt'of several days wllh Mr. and-Mrs. J. Louis Cherry. Mr. nnd Mrs. H. W. Wylle and family had as their weekend guests, Mrs. Wylie's sister-in-law, Mrs. Malcolm Lawrence and two sons, Ellett and Malcolm Jr., of Fnyetle- ville, Ark. 1 Mrs. Lawrence nnd Elclt returned home this morning while Malcolm Jr., remained for a longer visit with the Wylles. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Thompson Jr., spent yesterday in Memphis. They were accompanied home lust night by Mrs. Harold Thompson Sr., .who has been in Memphis-for the past three weeks. . Mrs. Edgar Lawrence of Greenwood. Miss., will nrrlve tonight to accompany her sister-in-law, .Mrs H. W. Wylle, to -Hot .Springs tomorrow, where she will take n course of baths. Mrs. Wylie, who has been ill for the past three weeks, still Is confined to her home. Clifford Cavltt and Charles -Edward Caldweli, bolh of whom arc employed in defense work in Flint, Mich,, arrived yesterday for a visit with Mr. Caldweil's mother, Mrs. C. A. Caldwell and family. Thev Joined Mrs, cavltt nnd .-two children who Have spent lie i>a"l • Dr. and Mrs. W. S. Eastburn hnd ns, tUelr weekend guests, Dr and Mrs. Ed Martin of Memphis. ' Mrs. W. L. Phillips, who Is , nnk . Ing her home tit Hereford Tex^ while caplflli) Phlljjps )s s utloned here with the Army, Is BOOST An Old Blyrheville ' ' James C. Hale '"'" For .''' '.' " '..' Prosecuting r Attorney Qualified' aiiV Experienced The first experimental P-30 Alracobrn was built in 1939. A First Term Governor Needs An Experienced 2nd Term J. L. "BEX" SHAVER His First Term Record Entitles H im To A Second Term As You r LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR All of the telephone people who work at the camps know what it means to a serviceman to te able to call home.' They don't mind working hard to get ' '' ' ^ *«• **$«^V i - . • those Long Distance calls through. ^ A Busiest time is in the evening, when most o£ the boys are off duty. So please "give 7 to .10 to the servicemen," 'SOUTHWESTERN BELL-TELEPHONE COMPANY Mrs. Gene Reagan and son, G elle Jr. r have gone to Denver, Colo for on extended visit with Private Rengmi, who Is stationed there Mrs. R/ L. Lamb and 'ion George, of Portland, Ore, who °iv voting her sister. Mrs, John lC ler and family, are spendln? thh welt in Caruthersvllle, . M" ,« asjiiests of Mrs. Bill Teroy'and Mrs. Preston Ramey, who has eil llvlnu in Marysv illc calif white Staff Sergeant Ran ey wa,' stationed there, has relumed toe, to make her home while ho° hi,,? ton,! Is on. foreign duty. ' I'vl. Wilbur Oenning, who Is s tat oncd at Camp Robinson, uiu e Rock, spent the weekend here wilh Mrs. Oenning and their t»o da ug h ers, who are making their home ™ State's Schools Hit By Shortage Of Instructors LITTLE ROCK, July 17 (UP) — Arkansas Education Commissioner Ralph ij. Jones says public educ'a- Hon in Arkansas is facing a complete breaX-doim because of the acute teacher shortage. • Jones says that a survey among county supervisors in 65 of Arkansas' 15 counties reveals that, more than 2000 teaching positions. rev. malned unfilled on June 20,, • ''. The education commissioner estimates tlmt 135 schools <wil|ibe unable to open this year, or'will close after brief terms, because of the shortage. • Fifty-four schools- failed to opeti or close prematurely last year. The survey revealed that since Pearl Harbor, more than 50 per cent, or more than 6000 of the qualified teachers have left the profession. JVIONDAY, JULY 17, 194-i Arkansas School Men To Sample Army Lite LITTLE ROCK, July 17 <U,P.)_ Some 75 Arkansas school superintendents and principals arc going to get a taste of Army life at Camp Robinson this week. The educators will spend lh e two days-with the troop.v They will go through Induction and processing Thursday morning, ana I will • then make a tour of the scamp's training facilities. I:': object of the program Is to cn- .i able the educators to familiarize t'l prospective inductees with Army processes. . Tommy Allen of Flint, Mlcir hns arrived to spend the remain^ of the Summer with his parents Mr. nnd Mrs. •Wan-en Allen Mr. and Mrs: B. j. Allen- left yesterday for. 'a two-week's va"at io tcbe spent at Nontuck Spring" Meetings Members of the American Legion Auxiliary will meet tomorrow night. 8 o'clock, at the hut. Mrs. J. M. Cleveland and Mrs. C, 6. Baggelt hostesses. MYIOSflV Think what Itinenns to you and yours to get lii\ck $* ;or every ft) m only 10 yonrsl That's what you e«t when you buy Series E War Uonds mid hold them utidl maturity. For $18.15 you set ?25; nnd BO on, up to 41.000.00 for only $750,00. Buy more war bouds how —the best way to save! (This space contributed by the makers E. IVnkham's Vtcetifafe -Compouad) GRABER'S I f ORE Blytheville, Ark.. WILL BE CLOSE July 19th VVe are piying our deserving employees; who are putting 'forth '• - .1 i - - ! 1 i r i 'r;- 3 :-,;•!, their every effort during these trying times to serve you efficiently on the home front, an extra day of recreation with an outing and picnic. BlyHieville, Ark. Do You Want To Sell Your Property or Business?—If So LIST IT WITH US FOR SALE! Our wldi give you TOM LITTLE REALTY CO. Phone 861 ,„ „ „ Eddie B. David, Salesman \Vc Have Buyers Walllnf For Investments. WELCOME WACs T ±FLOWERSHP Once Fat! 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