The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 2, 1944 · Page 2
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'Coke' Party Is Given By Mrs. T. W. Jefferies • Mrs. T. W. Jeffries *nt*rlalned yesterday momlne with Vcoca-cola party at her home, honoring her sister, Mrs. J. F. Tomllnson otDiUas, Texas, hpuseguest' or. her mother, Ml s.> S. P. Crafton, Mrs. Jeswe Stilt, wlio.'reoeritly returned here to make her home, and Mrs Ellis'Snipes, who is making'her'home, here-with her mother, Mrs. H. L. Chambers, while her husband !s 'in service, Mixed garde)) .flowers In pastel shades were, arranged throughout the rooms thrown open tor entertaining the 60 giiests, who were Invited to call between 10 and 12 o'clock. Trie refreshment table, from which an assortment., at party food was senecl was covered with an Impoit- cd luce cloth and was centered with A crjstal bo* I of Summer flowers Mrs Rosco Crafton assisted Mis Jeffries ' 1 Out-of-town guests! Included Mrs. A R lty/e~tenkahip of Rosvvcll N M, hoiiseguest of;lv>r mother,' Mis. E. M Pern, and Mrs George M Pow ell of Washington, D. a, who Is visiting her parents. Judge and Mrs, G. B, Keck. ' » * % Mis Sahba Entertains Mrs.- Jack 'Saliba "entertained with" a shower parly last nltjht complimenting Mrs. Bill Love. The s party, given at the ; Saliba home on West Chlckasiwb*, -was attended by 20 guests, , •.'. Summer flowers decorated the entertaining rooms of ,tlie home. where card tables were arranged for ,'the various' card games played during .the evening. Refreshments of » sandwich plnte with iced drinks were served, and (lie .£uest of honor was presented with an assortment of gifts. • » » Club, Guests Entertained Miss Frances Little received high score; prize and Miss Mary Spain Usiey second high In the bridge games played last night Then Mns Albert K Taylor entertained members of the Double G Club at her homt. High among guestvwas Mrs. Binn Heath of Fort Sumter, N. M., houseguest of her parents, Mi and Mrir Tom A. Little. Other guests at the party were Mrs. Uen Har Pole, Mrs. Toby Lonj and Mrs William Pease. Mrs: Taylor served n dessert course at the conclusion of the games. < • > * La Neuve Club Has Parly Mrs. • coloman Stevens, Miss Jeanne Scbnugh niid Miss Betty Brooks Isaacs played bridge with members of Ln Neuve Club last night when Mr*. William Q. IJoyd entertained that group nt the home of her mother, Mrs. S. P. Martin, High score urlzc went to -Miss Mary Adah Robinson and seconc high to Miss Isaacs A sandwich'pkle with Iced drinks was served. Wesleyan Guild Meets Twenty three members of the Wesleymi Service Cltillcl, together with ' two visitors, Attended' the meeting, of that organization held last night at First 1 Methodist Church. The devotional was given by Miss Mary nuuler, president, who was assisted b y Mrs. shields Edwards. During Ihc recreation hour, con- lests and games were played, with the prize going to Miss Cora LCD Coleman, Mrs. S. 13. WllfoK), hostess for tlie evening, served watermelon during the social hour. May Convert Air School HELENA, Ark., Aug. 2 (UP) — The University of Arkansas Board of Trustees wilt consider converting the Helena Aero Tech Army Primary Flight Training school into a agricultural mechanical school for returning war veterans at its next meeting. Tlie flight school Is scheduled to be closed by the Army Friday, University president Dr. A M Harding and three member!. 6f the university board Inspected the school yesterday. They were accompanied by Pi-cd Smith. Arkansas director of vocational educa- oii. my I,. A. Henry, director of the state planning board. Harding says the matter will be considered at tho next meeting of the unlverslt yboard of trustees and the slate board for vocational training. H E A R *! , The Wc/J Known Old Bond Auctioneer T. F. "Doc" DEAN ',' In His fmt Political Broadcast In Behalf of a County Candidate >VR' 7:15 Tonight K L c N Bits of News Mostly, Personal Mr. and Mrs. Cordon Lee rolurn- rd yesterday to their home in SI. Louis alter spending the weekend here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. U Banister, Virginia and Emadel Swearlngcn, daughters of Mr. SMI) Mrs. Herbert Swearingcn, arc spending a week In Marie, Ark., where they arc visiting jean and Uorls Standlfer, (laughters of Mr. and Mrs. c S Slandlfer. Jutmtta. Goodman, daughter of Mr. mid Mrs. Whll Goodman of Memphis, Is visiting here as Ihc guest.- of her yrnmlinollici 1 , Mrs. F D. Smith. . Mrs.; John p. Hoffman niul Infant son were removed yesterday from Blythevillc Army Air Field Hospital to the home of her parents,. Mr. nnd Mrs. Smith Brnckin. Mrs. Sclma Levy Allcnbcrg and daughter, Kny, returned ycslerilay to their home in Memphis after a visit here with Mrs. Allcntacru's father, B. H. Levy. Miss Settle Thomas of Tulsa, Okla., and her sister, Mrs. C. E. Vail of Montrosc, Mo,, arrived yes- ierdny to spend several days here' as guests of Mr. ami Mrs. S 'E Vail. Mrs. J. P. Tomlhvson and daughter, ; Betty Ltiu of' Dallas, Texas, who- have spent (lie post several weeks here as guests of Mrs. Tom- llnson's mother, Mrs. S. P. Crafton, will return to Delias tomorrow. They will. be accompanied us fnr as, Memphis by Mrs. Graf ton and her daughter. Mrs. T. W. Jefferles. Mr. niij Mrs. W. K. Francis, and their young son, returned Monday lo their home In Pine Bluff, after a visit with her parents Mr: nnd Mrs.-Tom'A. Little and fam- ly. Mrs. Francis and her son were here for two weeks, and were joined for the weekend by Mr. Frauds. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Lowe and children, Jimmy nnd Jerry, have •eturncd from a week's vacation at lardy, Ark. Jimmy, who hod been attending Boy Scout camp nt Cedar Valley, joined his family here for • tho week and returned lome with. them. Mrs. George Bell and children, Bob and Sam of Trenton, Teun., re visiting their sister and nimt, Irs. G. V. Daws and family. Mrs. F. C. Tolcr has returned from Atlanta, On., where she spent six «ecks with relatives. Steve arid John Mell Salmon, sons of Capl. nnd Mrs. S. S. Salmon of •(icksoivMo., arrived this afternoon or a visit with Bill nnd Bo)) crow- lei 1 , sons of Mrs. Margaret G. Crow- <ler. Cnptnhi Salmon and his fniniiy ormcrly lived in Blyllieville when ie was pastor of First Presbyterian Church. He now is with the Army tationed at Camp Hood, Texas. Arthur Lewis Bowen, 19, )/cs At Cordova, Tenn. Arthur Lewis Bowen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Bowen of Cor- lovii, Tenn., former Osceola rcsi- lents, died yesterday morning after in Illness of three weeks. He was 19 Born In Osceoln, the youth moved'' vllli his parents to Cordova 16 'ears ago. . He leave's, besides his parents, two brothers. Veteran Returns After 39 Months In Pacific Areas Home nfter 39 months service with the Army in the South Pacific Is Pfc. Ounter Murff, who Is visiting his parents, Mr. -and Mrs S. E. Murff r>\ Osceolr.,: and his sister, Mrs. A. E. McCormlck of lilylhcville. A veteran of the Japanese attack en Pearl Harbor, Private Murff has seen service in the Fiji Islands, the Solomons, New Zealand and New Caledonia, where he has been with Die Field Artillery. Private Murff is oh a 21-day furlough before rejoining ills corn- puny for reassignment. Educators From County At Nashville Conference Mississippi County.educators attending ihc Rural Lif c Conference at George Pcabody College, in Nashville, Tomi., Wednesday'nnd Thm-s- day were Philip j. Deer, County supervisor of schools, W. B Nicholson, Blylhcvllle superintendent, of schools, D. H. Whlteslde, Osceola superintendent of schools, Miss Winnie Turner, elementary school superintendent, Miss Rosa Hardy Blythevllla high school principal mid Miss Inez Klnknid, home demonstration agent in South Mississippi County. Both Miss Klnkald and Miss Turner appeared on the program of the two-day conference on post war education In rural sections Miss Klnkald discussed -rural life after the war nnd Miss Turner spoke on curricula.!- changes after the war About SCO MlclSmith educators nllcii'dod the meeting. At the Walls Hospital Admitted— lnroiicn McCord, Homersville Mo. Barbara 1 Aim. 1 Jones, ••Hayti, Mo. Mrs. C. E.' Fowler, Forrret City Mary Langdon, Hermomlale, Mo Dismissed— KnUie'rlne" Austin, city. Blythcvlfle' Ilnspital Admitted- Marvin A. Proctor, city. : ' , Mrs. A. B. MnKoy, city. Born to Mr. mid Mrs. Ct;i!is Etfguard, city, n son yesterday. Bom to Mr. nsul Mrs. P. S. Whistle, city, a daughter ycster'.U-/ Dismissed— ' ' . Mrs, Ethel Shepherd, city. Mrs. Ellis Brooks, city. Thomus Watkins. city. ' ; ' Memphis .Bn)>,<ist Hospital Admitted— J. L. Clinton, Osceolu. Memphis Methodist Hospital Admitted— . Mrs. O. Davenport, Osceola. Doughboy Looks Ahead FORT DEVENS, Mass. (UP) Hostess Dorothy Ellis of the Devens Service Club hopes a boy friend in Narmnndy know what he was talking < about when he wrote optimistical-' l.v, "How about a date on ' New Year's Eve?" mi PIMPLES <SS!" ESSE ITCHING-BURNING ; <vi(h antiseptic Bbck and! Wliilo Ointment. Usoonly as tlirectctl. Clcanso with Blncknutl Wiito Skin Sonp. BLACK.ndWHITE OINTMENT RELIEVE SORENESS PROMOTE HOLING Have a "Coke" = What's the hurry? * • i t i-, way to be carefree in the Caribbean B«weeo spdf, of duty a, our southern outposts, «he American soldier knows how to reU,. Wwe , <w, says a thirsty Yank, and it's like a friend., inv «, • tion «o fan or i cbia-fe,t ; . ; the same as whea you serve Coca-Cola in your , borne, Fro* «h e Caribbean ,o «ho Arctic, Coca-Cola stands for ,*. , M -bM become the high-slgn of frkndliacss many pl aees •«•»• MKBH A»IH M l,r Of THE COC.-COt* CORr. N V « COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. O f BLYTHEVILLE "Coke"= Coca-Cola It's natural for popular namtt i to acquire friendly abbrevlr Itions. That's whj you h«t t Coca^oU called "Coke", (ARK.). COUB1EK NEWS Keeping Up With The Men In Service \fr. and Mrs. Wallace Igleheart of Dell have received a letter from theii 1 youngest son, p v t. Joe D, igleheart, telling them of his arrival in Italy. With the A.A.A., Private Igleheart recently had been stationed at Fort Meade, Md. The iglelieai-ls also Iiavc a daughter, Miss Marie Igleheart, who recently was Inducted into the WAC, anj »ow is stationed at Fort. Gglethorpc, Ga. Staff Scrijt. Charles P. Frszier of the Army Air Corps, has arrived In fndlii, according to information received by Ills wife, the former MLw Evu Ciiafin of Burdette. While her husband is overseas, Mrs. Prajier and [heir baby are making their home with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. cliafln. James Afford Bailey, who recently received the rating of a coxswain fn the Navy, now Is serving somewhere In the South Pacific. He Is the son of, Mr. and Mrs. Yemma A. Bailey, who live on Highway 18, West. Sergt. Albert c. coleman, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Coleman of Route 3, Blythevillc, now is stationed at Port Lewis, Wash He recently received a letter or recommendation from Capt. Joseph H. Collins, commanding officers of th c ASF, 9th service Command, in which Captain Collins said, "I consider Sergeant, Coleman an unusually fine type of non-commissioned officer. He is an energetic and efficient workman, w )jo exercises complete supervision over his'sub- ordinates. His loyalty and Integrity, I believe are above reproach" Sergeant Coleman entered the Army before Pearl Harbor. 'His present address Is Sergt. Albert B Coleman, 37050434, Co. C, 159Ui Bn.. 39th Med. Tng. Heel., Port Lewis, Wash, Lafayette Neal McCormlck, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. n. McCormlck of 1101 South Lake, Blyllieville now holds the rank of seaman 1-c with the Navy' After receiving his boot training at San Diego, Calif Afr. McCocmick recently completed a course in the Aviation Hn<i!o- nau School at the Naval Air Technical Training Center, Memphis. • More vegetables were salted commercially during 1943 tlinn in any yetf since canning became an 'industry. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2, 1944 400 Club. The Ladles Bible Class of First Methodist Church will meet at the home of Mrs. W. A. Stlckmon, a p.m. Twenty-two per cent of the'aged In the United States receive federal public assistance as compared with two per cent of the children, according to a survey of the fli'st eight years under the Social Security Act. Hear Adml. Harry W. Hill, U. S. N., above, commands the American amphibious forces' which invaded Tinian Island in :.. the Marianas. j Coming Evehti THURSDAY G. N. B. Club meeting with Mrs John Brlllhart. FRIDAY Mrs. Paul Byrum entertalnlm; C B. c. Club at luncl'fon. Initial Club meeting with Mrs- Herman May. Mrs. Tom Mabry entertaining RHEUMATIC PAIN _HM^ >•« t,.|| „„ Diy-iTt tHlrli"." Don't put off getting 0-2223 to relieve pain of mu3cular rheumatism and other rheumatic psins. Caution- Use only as directed. First bottle purchase price back if not satisfied 60c and $1.00. Today, buy - MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP !•* 8. nnt Phone 2532 Bring Ui Your Beauty Problems Modern Equipment Expert Beauticians SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS SHOP We _'_""• } - M. (M«) Williams, owner Glencoe Blflf. " ' • - MM—. •SiSiiiiHiSii To the People of Mississippi County Willi all my heart I appreciate the vote given me by Uic people of Mississippi County at the Preferential Primary on July 25th. In that prirmu-y the majority of the people of the district voted'against Fietz for a THIRD TRKM. Evidently they believed that his promise made four years ago that 'ho would not seek a Third Term should be kept especially when made by a LAW ENFORCING OFFICER. Fietz' denounced Denver Dudley for seeking a Third Term. He has been favored by the people by being given four years in one of thc best offices in the state. He has held public office for many years. Since coming to this district the taxpayers have paid him more than $100,000.00 in salary and in addition he- has received a very large sum in fees nnd expenses. He ought to be grateful and satisfied and willing to give someone else a chance. lie calls attention to his family. ,1 too have a family, « wife nnd three children. [ worked my way through the University of Arkansas and I have tried to live in a way lo merit the confidence and good will of the people. I have practiced law for twelve years and I am willing to submit my moral and professional nualifications to any lawyer or judge in fhis or any other judicial district i" the Slate. I invite your investigation of my character and ability and if found ivovlhy, ] will greatly appreciate your vole snd support on August 8th. N James C Hale Candidate for Prosecuting Attorney SootH»htotraiSvitfiM«xiomj, alto help prev.nt It, Ute\ f w diaperr«h,Sav« Marg, ,)„, MEXSANA SOOTHING MCPICAIEO POWOEK The Gift Shop Modem and Antique GUd COSMETICS BABY GIFTS Greeting Cards Novel(t« A Gltt For Everybody Ingram Bldf. Phone Z2M MOSS BRYAN DANCE Thursday — Friday — And Saturday Nights 9:30 to 1 O'Clock In the Beautiful Blue Room • of the HOTEL NOBLE Admission G5c Incl. Tax ROXY Hattneea But. & Son. Only Oprns each night 6:45; itarta t Opcna Knnday 1:00; SUrt« 1:11 Continuous shows Sit. u>4 Smn. e«ri»ln Mfht Every Nlfht Bxceyi Saturday. N* pmucii bnnond on Su4>y H the B«7. Last Time ToJay Ghost That Walks Alone with Arthur I,ake and Lynn Roberts Selected Short Subjects Thursday and Friday 1 1! Your Singer Setting Center no»features a Fashion Services Department offering scitiuj notions and femVe? to the woman ivlio eetvs. A few of the notions available are: THREADS • BUTTONS « BUCK. LES . NEEDLES s » SCISSORS SLICE FASTF.Nr.HS • SHIELDS Itl&HAC • SHOW.PEJI J'ABS .SEWING BOXES AND KITS Services include: *, BUTTON AND UUCKI.F. COVEHWC • CUSTOM MAIIE 11EI.TS • IIUTTON110I.ING HEMSTITCHING Visit this new counter. You'll Cud it's pleasant to shop at your SINGER SEWING CENTER 114 S. Broadway rhone 2782 Continnoiu Shcwi Efery Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KI.CN » ML 12:15 p.m. t:M » Last Time Today Jock London with Michael O'Sliea and Susan Haywanl March of Time.:tnil Selected Subjects . Thursday, and -Friday i CLARK-'MUTTON • ANDERSOISl-; ' JOHN BIDGflY • AUN HA1E - WJIIIAM niKCf , J : 0~l-.db, DtlklEE DAVES - S*. r .. IWb* C.'-,rO*«. ( Paramount Neivs and Selected Short Subjects WIGHT H. Candidate for COUNTY JUDGE Will .speak at the following places in behalf of his candidacy for County Judge: WEDNESDAY, ' August 2-8:30 p. m,, Manila THURSDAY, August 3—8:30 p. m., Leachville FRIDAY August 4—8:30 p. m., Dell —And Will Close His Campaign MONDAY August 7—8:30 p. m., Blytheville m m

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