The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 31, 1944 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, July 31, 1944
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'; .'AGE TWO . ,, BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COUBDBR NEWS 1 Coming EveoU TUESDAY Mrs. Albert K.. Taylor entertaining Double Q Club. Mrs, Edwin Robbism entertaining "Friday Luncheon Club. Wesleyan Service- Guild of Jlrsi Methodist Church meeting at church, 7:30 p. m., with Mrs. S. B. Wllford, hostess. V Mrs. William Q. Boyd enlerlaln- Jng La Keuve Club. • . . ) WEDNESDAY . Club "Eight westing, with Mrs. H. G. Pnrtlow. ' ., : Mrs. S. F. Hill entertaining Friendly Seven Club. Pathfinder Class of First Methodist Sunday School, meeting hi home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mc- Ohec, 1112 West Ash, 7 p. m. THURSDAY G. N. B. Club meeting with Mis. John Brlllhart. FRIDAY • Mrs. Pnul Byrum entertaining c. B, C. Club at lunci'fon. Initial Club meeting with Mrs, Herman May. \ \ Mrs. Tom Mabry. entertaining 400 Club. .' , \ \ : ; Two Parties Are Given Honoring Miss Madge Grace Miss Madge Grace of Hoi Springs was honored nt two Informal affairs Saturday before returning yesterday morning to her home after a week's visit .here as tlie guesl of Miss Peggy White. Saturday afternoon Mrs. Richard Bland Logan. Jr.,' entertained 12 guests at. bridge, when high score prize was won by .Mrs.. William Q. Boyd and second high by Miss Pa- "Irici'a Wise. Miss Grace also was presented.with a gift. A dessert course was served. Miss Mary Helen Moore entertained a group of friends Saturday night at supper at tlie Rustic Inn lo complete a week of parties lion- bring Miss Grace, who Is a classmate of Miss White at Uie University of Arkansas, FayettevDle. ! , * * * O.R.A. Club Entertained Mrs. w. S. Langdon was complimented yesterday when Mrs. W. H. Dycss entertained members of the O. R. A. Club at n luncheon at her home. ' Mixed garden flowers attractively decorated ; the entertaining >ooms, \aiid luncheon was served at the noon hour. - Mrs, Langdon was presented with an assortment of glfti. * * * Club, Guests Entertained Mrs. Jimmy Sanders and. Mrs. *Joe McClurd were guests x o(iMrs. M. S. Yates Friday a'fternoon when -she entertained members of the 400 Club for their regular weekly afternoon of cards. . v Liverpool rummy was played during the afternoon, with high score -prize won by Mrs. Tim Estes and second high by Mrs. Sanders. A sandwich piate with iced drinks was served. ' - • * • , " Business Meeting Held Ten members of Calvary Baptist Training Union met Friday night at j the home of\ the Rev. and Mrs G ^ W Archer for a business meeting when officers for the next three months were elected. Miss Martha Pruitt was named as president of the organization, Mrs Dovey McCain, vice president. Miss Opal Rapcr, secretary and treasur- , er, Miss Luclnda Cole, group captain one, Miss Martha Crimm, group captain two, Miss Vanell Cole sa- cial leader, with Miss Lucille Vastbinder and Miss Cletus Raper "as members of her committee, Miss Lvi- ' cille Vastblnder, missionary leader . Mrs. George W. Archer, Bible quiz leader, and Miss Charlcine Thorne, membership leader. A social hour foltaYcd Ihe business meeting, when Mrs. Archer served refreshments. • • » Daughter Is Born Ensign and Mrs. J. P. Ferguson of Manila are the parents of a daughter born yesiprdny afternoon nt Blythevllle Hospital. The child, their first, has been named Tommye Teresa. Mrs. Ferguson Is the former Miss Mildred Owens, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Owens of Manila. Ensign Ferguson now Is serving with the Nnvy In England. Lawn Party Is Given Mis. H. C. Biatlkenshlp ami Mrs. O. K. Blankcnshlp enlci- tainwl 19 children Thursday night at the home of Ihe former, honoring Ruth and Joan lilankenshlp of Blythevllle, nud Jean Grimes of Detroit, Mlcli.. who Is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. O' K. Blanken- slilp and family. Games and contests were played for several lionil, before .refreshments of Ice cream and cake were served. C. B. C. Club Has Party Mixed garden flowers decoralccl tile entertaining rooms of the Len- dennle Fowler home Friday afternoon when Mrs. Fowler was hostess to C.B.C. Club members for an afternoon of bridge. High score prize went to Mrs J D. Smith, second high to Mrs. W S. Langdon, and bridge lo Mrs. Ross Moore. A dessert course was served. • • • Miss Gartland Is Bride Of Lieut. Philip Tyler WILSON, Ark.. July 31. _ Miss Marilyn Ann Garllanil, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Leo Gnrlland ol Marion, Inrt., became the bride of Lieut. Philip Clay Tyler of Wilson, In n ceremony performed July 11 at St. Paul's Catholic Church in Marlon. The ncv. T. E. Filz- pntrick of Chicago offlclaletl. The wedding \vns followed bv n breakfast at Ihe Meshingomesla Country club, ami the coiiple left later for n wedding trip after which they will make their tome In Cherry Point, N. O., where Lieutenant Tyler is stationed. The bride was graduated from Lndywoocl School In imllnnnpolls and attended St. Mary's College in Soiiih Bend. Iml. She Is a member of Phi Epsllon Iota nnd Trl Kappa Lieutenant Tyler, who Is the son of Mrs Tula Tyler of Wilson,- at- leiided the University of MIsrourl In Columbia, before entering the Marine Corps three years ago. At the Hospitalt Wulls Hospital Admitted— Blllle Wayne Houchuu, city. Martha Carroll, Holland, Mo. Mrs. Damon Cook, city. Dismissed— Mrs. w. C. Colston and baby, cily. Mrs. John Hoffman and baby cily. Mrs. J. H. True, LoachvilJe. Mrs. Raymond Wren, city. Katie Mac Barnelt, city. DtytliKvIlIc Hospitiil Admitted—, Ellis Guntcr.'city. Robert Stntler, Maiilla.. Marcella Till, Porlagevllle, Mo. Born lo Mr. and Mrs. John Mayes, city, u son this morning. Born to Ensign and Mrs. J. p Ferguson, Manila, a daughter yesterday. Memphis Baptist Hospital Admitted— Rosemary Kelly, Osceola. HE'S SMARTER THAN HE LOOKS, THERE'S A DR,' PEPPER UNDER. THAT HAT; BUY WHERE YOU SEE !THE U. S. f IRE SIGN Bits of News Mostly, Personal 'Couldn't Resist' Mr. nnd Mrs. H, c, Blnnkcnshlp nnd family, aiul Mr. and Mrs. O. K. BldnkeiUiliJ)) ntid family will left today for Hot Springs, where lliey will spend o month's vacation. Ml 's. J. W. Dunn and son, James Hires Dunn of Union City, Term., arrived Saturday to spend a week will) her mother, Mrs. Pearl Hires. Miss Angle Hood and her mini, Mrs. Jennie Miilone, had us thcii weekend gnmts, Miss Hood's cons- ins, Mrs. Emory Becker of Toledo, Ohio, and Bernlce Tfiorii of Memphis, The Rev. nnd Mrs, Harvey T. Klcld will leave tonight for Memphis where they will spend the month of August on vacation as guests of the Rev. Mr. Kldcl's mother, Mrs. II. T. Klcld, and other relatives. The Uev, Mr. Kldd is pastor of First Presbj- terlan Church In Blythevllle. Mrs. Mildred Baleman left ycstei- diiy for Fulton, Ky., to spend her vacation with her mother. Capl. James Crook, who has been iemllnj,' n 30-day leave here with his mother, Mrs. J. E. Crook and Family, nfter overseas service in the South Pacific, left Friday for Mi- irnl, Fla., where he will spend sev ral weeks before being reassigned a duty. Miss Era Wright spent yesterday In Osceola us the guest of her brother, Ira Wright, nnd family. Clem Schonhoss, who Is employed n the U. S. Semite In Washington, 3. C., will arrive Wednesday for a .luce-weeks' visit here with his 1111- :lc, Ed B. Cook nnd Mrs. Cook. Mr. olid Mrs. Virgil Greene nnd laughters," Miss Elizabeth Blythe ind Miss Evelyn Dlythe, and Mar- In McAulIffe, spent yeslerdny in Osceola, where Ihey attended 'tmernl services for Finley Cnrt- wrlght, brother-in-law of Mrs. Greene. Miss Peggy Bujniskl lias returned 'lorn ii three-weeks' vocation spent al, : Hardy, Ark. Miss Gall Elch left Saturday for Benton, Ky., where she i.s spending cveml days tis Ihe Ivmseguest of Miss Jackie Fnusl, n classmate at Gulf Park College, Gulfport, Miss. Mrs. Tom Boswell left yesterday tor Dlnubc, Calif., where she will spend a month with her mother and other relatives. Wlllhiiu Stone anil daughter; Miss Beverly Stone, of Chicago, lonncrly of Memphis, have arrived .0 spend two weeks with Mr. and Mrs:. Loy Elch. They .'joined Mrs. Stone, who is spending the Suin- ner here with (he Ei'cli family. Miss Lucy Flint Byrne of Pa- [iticnli, Ky,, is visiting here as the jucsl of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. A. Leech. Aviation Trainee Chnrles Afflick and Miss Julln Wade Kochlltzky Mrs. H. C. Hoove)', city. Mrs. W. G. Thwcntl, Lcaclwllle. Gulnnrc Levensteln, Osceoln. J. A. Lee, Lnxora. The uniform of n Navy ma- cliinlsl's mate, 1 cl., wilh its four campaign ribbons, the Purple Heart, and six hash marks, worn by Mrs. Pearl Thompson, above, landed her in San Francisco's city jail. Estranged wife of a sailor in the South Pacific, Mrs. Thompson said she just couldn't resist Die uniform. of- Columbus. Miss., arrived Saturday afternoon for an overnight visit with liis parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Afflick, Mr. Afflick now is in training at Columbus. First Sergt. Blan Heath of Fort, Sumter, N. M., arrived yesterday to spend a two-weeks' furlough here with relatives. He joined Mrs. Heath, who lias been here for several weeks as the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom A Little. Pvt. Thomas Wesley Gilchell, who is stationed at Camp Hobin- son, Little Rock, Ark., spent yesterday here with his mother, Mr=. John Williams and family. Mrs. Bert N. Lamb and children, Miss Jean and Bert Jr., returned Saturday from Eupora. Miss., where Mrs, Lamb spent two weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hood, and irticre the children had been visiting; for several weeks. | Lieut, nnd Mrs. John Burns of Fort Knox, Ky., are spending several days here ns the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Boh Burns and his mother, Mrs. Jim Burns. They also will spend part of Iheir leave in Beaumont, Texas, with Mrs. Burns parents, before returning here for a brief visit cnrotite back to Foil Knox. Radio Talent Strikes Against Mountain Music MINNEAPOLIS, July 31 (UP)— The president of a Minneapolis station charge.! that eight of his musicians arc striking because they want to keep hill-billy music off (he air. Stanley Kubbnrd, head o! the station .says the president of the Minneapolis Musicians- Association told him that as long as he Is running the local union, "hill Willies are not going to appear In Minneapolis." Hubbard quoted the union official as saying he had no Intention of permitting hill billies to become popular lest It hurt the employment of other musicians. The president of the American Federation of Musicians, Jnme.s Petrlllo, ordered the strike In defiance of a court order banning a walkout. Petrlllo says the strike has been called to force court action on what he charged was the employer's failure to comply with a ruling lssue"d by the War Labor Board three months ago. The WLB in Chicago as well as the court has ordered Ihe musicians lo stay on the Job. The board said n panel report on Ihe dispute Is ready but lhat no action will be taken while any threat of a strike exists. 75 Children Finish Kindergarten Course A six week's course In kindergarten work under the direction of Miss Eliv.iiiieth Halstcad, ended Friday for 15 children. The children were given many opportunities for outdoor play on the new playground apparatus In Miss Halstead's yard, where there are swings, seesaws, climbing ladders, climbing ropes anj chinning bars. 'Ihey also were given many opportunities for creative self-expression by working wllh paints and colors and dramatizing, from which' they derived much joy and satisfaction. In ihetr work period, conducted at the adjoining Catholic Halt, the children learned lo work with others, sharing Mens mid materials. Other activities included the building of a large train, taking excursion trips and the rhythm orchestra .' Children who attended Ihe classes were Harriett Applebnum, Don Cppelaml, Ernest Rene George, Glemi Ladd, Joyce Mason, David Mason, Margaret Nelson, Roger Sudbury, Bartcl Stocked, Sally Scales, BUI Scales, Mella Faye Sallb'a, Mnrcille Taylor, Paul Westbrook and Marvin Zellner. 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"Look in your telephone book before you call Information," we asked. And you've been doing just that! Necessary calls are going through faster. Please keep it up. A&uA " Little Rock Evangelist Conducting Services Here Evangelist E. R. Harper or Llllle Rock, Is conducting a revival ut thp local Church of Christ, with meet Ings held nightly at 8:30 o'clock at the church. Music Is under the dt rectlon of C. E. McCord of Corn Ing, Ark. ' Topic of Ihe Rev. Mr. Han>oi-\ sermon tonight will be "The Worlds Mosl Popular Thler." The public Is Invited to attend this series or gospel meetings, It was announced today, Luxora Boy Scouts Leave for Cedar Valley Camp C. E, Lucas, assistant scoutmaster of Troop 35 or Uixora led Sunday noon for Boy Scout Ciimn Cedar Valley, taking 11 Boy Scouls lo attend the seventh and final week or camp. Scouts of Troop 35 attending were James Lloyd' Ed- •ards, Roy Owens, Grant Collar Junior Head, Tommy Stanford nil' ly Splccr, E'owell Carter, George Me Lendon, Herbert Lucus, Gale Haiini -nd Clco Haiinn. when It was overturned by Ihe strong wind ns It was parked outside Ihe Hunt residence. A charcoal bucket fell on papers In llic wagon, and caused the blaxe. The fire occurred about 1:30 o'clock. Read Courier News Want Ad». Tamale Wagon Burns Fiie during the electrical storm early Sunday morning destroyed Roland Hunt's tamale wagon. The conveyance became ignited SKIN-RASH TORTURE NOW RELIEVED ~~" FOR MILLIONS To MM iho iuiE«i"iK licit of HliiiDr e«n rualtea-heat ra.1.. baby's dinner ,ash_ counllesii [aiailics sprirtklo on Momma tho soatiim^, uiediwtcti jxiwdor Ltkv tniUioiui of tiny s|jongea it lielpa tnkc UD moiature on ekin, a frniuent wusoof heui rasli. M ciaJiiiu con tains i ngredi fn la o (ten rccuinnwiided by many specialists for till! relief of {Iieso miseries. Yet tliis comforting absorbent powder costs little and llrere'a even ertuter savings in (he larger sijea. Sold everywhere. Buy u bis economy package today and keep it liaiuly. Be ready to get quick relief from tni.iio discoaiforta by using Mcisana. 1. INIIBIOR BUACHI5 sometimes do this loconons and linens because their action is unienlnlliJ. . PIAIN WASHING means lolsmoje to get things while. This also is very hard on fabrics, 3. WIIH puntx you cm avoij both dangers. Used as directed, Puitx whiicns gtollj-vith untiallttl »c- lion. Safer than infeiior bleaches or extra rubbing. Linens l«: loignl. fU«IX HAS CONTHOIUO ACTION -SINILI 10 COTTONS AND UNiNS Cootbaons Show* Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 I/I8TEN TO I:H »JB- 12:45 p.m. 4 :S » , PEACHES Georgia Belle and Elbertas $3 Per BUSHEL At My Farm on Greenbrtar Ridge. H. C. KNAPPENBERGER A Series of GOSPEl MEETINGS Now Going On Kiirh Evening at 8:30 V CHURCH of CHRIST Main & IMvision Sis. C. E. McCORD Corning, Ark. Song Director Come and Spend a Pleasant and Profitable Evening COOLED AUDITORIUM E. R. HARPER I.Itlle Keck, Ark. Evangelist MOM sends all my clothes kere for Regular Cleaning Removes Spots -Gives Clothes a NEW Look— Mother knows what's best for you. She knows that you want to join the parade of young America looking shiny and fresh, ready to help out with a clean healthy appearance, NU-WA PHONE 474 BIYTHEVILLE.ARK MONDAY, JULY:31,'10-M [ NATURAL LOOKING CURLS _ -.,—it'etrucl You can now give yourself a marvelous jxTmaiicnT •avc, cool-ly, coniforUibly, -i' on:?,—easy as pulling your i ft / u[> in cutlers.'/he amazing * * ntains mrylhir.i. you need. A, ce^; ;io c-j.>. litu^E, butinsUl on the cvii\ji[ieOiun;i-/vi.-i I. Conmleu;, only W cents.—[fay no jimre Over S million wld. SaEc tor cviry ly;^ of fiait. At al'Rlrby Bros''Drug Store arid'all drug stores. MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP 1*4 8. Phone 2532 Bring Us Your Beauty Problcmt modern Equlpmcui Expert llcaiillciaiis Last Time Today 'Hey, Rookie' with Ann Miller and Larry Parks Paramount News and Shorts Tuesday & Wednesday March nf Time and Selected SulijeclK • MitlnK! Sat. £ San. Only Op«ns each night 6:45; starts 7 Opctu finndaj 1:1)0; StsirU 1:15 Shows Stt. mni Snn. Night Every NIrht fiocft Saturday. honored on 'JnnJ»j •<: the RBIJ. Last Tinic Today 'Lucky Jordan' wllh Alliiii Unlcl niul Helen ^^'Alker Fox News and Short Tuesday & Wednesday iuii ARTHUR UKE IANIS CiRTfR • LYNNE Sclcctert Short Subjccls

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