The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 8, 1944 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, August 8, 1944
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f ')•• it i '• V i'A(»E TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER Mrs.-England Is Hostess At Luncheon For Sister Nfrs.' Farmer England entertained JO guests yesterday at a iynch- con frt Hctel KoWe In special compliment (o her sljter, Mis? Nancy Wlnbgurn of Arkadelphli, who ar T rived'•Friday nlghl to be the house- guest'of the Enghmds for several weeks! Luiicheon was served in the mpln! dining, room of (he hotel, with Uie pink and silver cplpr scheme for the table,'carried out both In the centerpiece and in the handmade place cards.• Miss'.Lucy Byrns qf Paduca)i, Ky., .hpuseguest pf Mr; mid Mrs. J. A.','Leech, was in out-of-town guest at the luncheon. Following luncheon, the . guests were'invited to the Leecj) home for an afternoon. of bridge in the rec- . realidn room oftlie house. Refreshments were served late In '.lie afternoon, and prizes were presented to Mrs. Worth. D. Holder : for high score,' to Miss Betty Brooks Isaacs for second h.i|fl), aha to both Miss -AVitiuourn• and Miss"Bynis. • . '"" -. .» • " • • ,. • IWetjjocJisls Have Meeting .•' ': Members .of the Woman's Society of ClirisUan. Service, Lake 'Street Methodist Church, met yesterday afternoon at the church.- with 10 members present: • • ' •• ..' Tiie devotional was given by Mrs. Joe 'Strickland, who also • led In prayer. ;"'. • -.•-'!. • •'. Mrs; O. J. Rogers taught Iho'-,course,''when 'study of the bcok.-V'For All Of Life" was concluded. « Mrs*. -W. L. Green, president, presided over the' brief . business session, when Mrs. C. T. Slinmlin, treasurer, gave Jier reporj,. closing prayer" was given'by Mrs^ Bates \ Sturdy. •.;. '.• • '.-••, Birthday Party Is Given Because Dwajne Graham, son oi Mr, and Mrs. ?I. E. Grarjani, wns ntne^years old yesterday, his rnolji- cr entertained 18.guests at n birthday j)>rty at the.Graham home. Maltha Ann Poster and Joe Muck Long-received prizes In the games played during the afternoon. . Refreshments .o(, birthday cake and .Jce cream were served the guests' after Dwolne : had opened his gifts. -. . f- • • • Tn-Delta Club Meets • ' Mrg. Spencer Alexander enter- Inlnejj members of the Trl-Delta CUtb^lnsl night at her' home on Holly., Street, vhen Afrs. R. B. Stout, president of'the organization presided. ' Plans lor the annual rush party, to b£ given'tate this month; were discussed, and Miss Mildred Lou Hitbljard, y'ce president of. the club, \vas appointed chairman for Hie a'f- fan ; '-. '.''''••' The .hostess served .a dessert course . '. i •- .... . . «- .; Daughter Born Sunday Lieut and Mrs. A. G. Bahn of Monfsomery, Ala,, njjrigupce (ho birth, of a daughter Sunday nlghl at Montgomery. The baby lias been nam«d Barbara Ann. Mrp Bahn is the former Miss Tone Muery of Blytheville. Baptists Meet At Church Back-to-School Smoothies Dressy Clothes Vie With 'Sloppy Joys' For Campus Favor BY- KrsiK KINAIID !SKA Staff Writer NEW YCffiK.-rlleh school niul college campuses will he the scene of a style war this fnll when rtrcss- u'p clothes will flglit for supremacy over "Sloppy Joe" sweaters and lollcd-up dungarees. Opening guns went /jff at re 7 cent showings of bnck-to-scliool fashions, at which New York dc? signers stressed sophUtlcntcd little suits capable of swaggering anywhere, dnle clothes aimed at con- Ttie Executive Board of the Women's Missionary Union, First Baptist Church, met yesterday afternoon, 1'45 o'clock;- at the • church. Mrs,Ebb Carson,'president of the organization, presided, and prayer was "oftered : by Mrs. Charles Ray Nencomb ' Routine business was discussed and Several recommendations drawn up. to be presented tit Ilia regular business meeting of the Missionary Union, which was held at -J:30 O'clock. Closing prayer was sii-or by ilrs. H. H. Brooks.. Mijs. Carson opened the business meeting with repeating the watchwords for year, followed by prayer by Mrs. AWin Huffman.. Mijiutes of the" previous meeting were»read and approved and rccor,\- mendatlons of the"i3Xecul(ve boar_1 were^ approved, before Mrs, E. p Slotneyer gave the devotional on the topics "Tomorrow." Closing praver was, tittered by Mrs. E. C. Brown. LOOK FOR THIS •SUR| GJiiDE TO HEALTHFUL COOKINGl ww^Law^aryTS^ww^r-jrtWp^^MCT*!*, __ - La Vela Gartner Weds Lieut. Earl L. Nelson The marriage of Mtss La Vela Gartner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I«C.4Qartncr of Kansas City. Mo,, to Lieut. Enrl-L. Nelson of Portland, Ore.,'and Dlythevlllc. was sol- enmlrad Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the post chapel, Chaplain George Mnrrs offlclaloc! ol the double ring ceremony. Pvt. George Clark, soloisl, sang '.'Because" and "O Promise Me," as the-, tapers were .Ijghled by Miss Charlyn McLcod. , The bride, given In ninrrlnge by Col. H. n. McOiiire of Blyihevllla Army Air Field, wore a two-plcco' suit of white linen, with a corsage of red rosebuds centered with a white orchid. Miss Kay McTlwain served ns maid of honor, wearing a dress of pomlpc blue .-crepe-with white accessories and a corsage of rod rosebuds, Immediately after the cercnuriy, Lieutenant Nelson and his bride toft for a wedding trip to Kentucky before returning here to make ilu-lr home at 1028 West Main. LlcuLeiinnt Nelson, who is [he son of Mr. and Mrs. V., E. NI-ISIM of Porllnnd, Ore., Is stationed n 1 . Ihe local (lelct. • • • Celebrates 5lli Birthday Donald ,Joe Hixson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hixson, celebrated his fifth birthday yesterday afternoon when he entertained severai of his young friends at a birthdaj parly at the Hixson home 1411 West Main. Games entertained the chlldrer for several hours, nnd prizes were awarded Sue Jobe nnrf Glenn Lndd After the gifts brouyhl by th< guests had been opened, Mrs." Hixson assisted by her sister, Mrs. T. L. Clement, served birthday cake . and ice cream. Quests inside nixl oulslde of cam- Jiis hedges, niul .smart sports•car cnsiiuls dextened to do a !ucl to death wilh ovcrsl/ed waters nnd old duds with which .licjf keep company, Mnlnstoy of tlio junior miss's wardrobe is the sleek little bnstjiic ,'nlsled suit'In warm woolens nnd Rowing colors, which docs nice nines for her figure nnd will Inko ~n sweater or blouse or, do very 'ell without either. Even when tlio sophistication of glitter embroidery of fur trimming Is added, the suit ooks fuss-free nnd the skirt tegs for service without. Us jacket, (is does the conservative gray flannel shown in center—n typical wesklt- ;acket style—which uses discreet Miids of Krimmcr fur at neckline nnd cuffs. Date clothes, designed tor fun, liave that look and blouse-nnd- *lrt go-together lire favorites with Blrls who like lo make matches with gaily printed top.? of taffctn or .slipper tntln and bottoms ol smoldering Muck, brown or Lottie green velveteen. ^\n example is. shown in (he Jail-bird outfit, (U the Ictt, designed for brisk evenings nt campus parties or CM biB-time doings in town, which boasts a high-waistcd, bow-trimmed skirt In jet-black velveteen,. nnd a self-ruffled yellow and I jlftck-slri|)ed taffeta blouse, made' long-slecvcd for cold evenings. Classroom clothes have n sports- TUKSDAY, AUGUST 8, 19/W i Bits pf News 'Personal wear JamHIiiKW about them, r.s witness the two-lone Jacket null, right, which combines a.chocolate- brown wool skirt and r. brown and white-checked wool top bound hi the same fabric ns the skin. Sportswear like this—add the plaid westkit suit, the jumper and (Vic xhhimaker type drew to the calr- gory—Is .designed to do a tonblc take in classrooms or football ttndhinis. . Mrs. F.lsle Ropp underwent a major operation today nl Walls Hospital. Clyde, Donald and Rollins Fowler, sons of Mr, and Mrs. Clyde Fowler, underwent -tonslllectomies today at Walls Hospital. Mr, and Mrs, J. F. Livingston and Mrs. Mllie Slsk spent yesterday in Memphis where Mrs. Livingston consulted her physician, and Mrs, Slsk attended (o business. /Mrs. W. S. Hurl of Memphis, nnd Mrs. R. U. Blackwell of Ar- morol, left today for Detroit, to be with their sister, Mrs. R. R. Rohl-nson, who Is ill. Miss Itasc Marie Livingston Is .spending this week in Osceola as the jjuc'st of Miss Mary Ann Brad- 1'hn.w. . Joe Morgan spent yesterday in Memphis, where he visited his SOD, Pvt. Armstcad Morgan of the Marine Corps, who has been sent (o Iho Navy Hopital at Millinglon for trcnlmeiit for shell shock received In the battle of Salpan. Private Morgan probably will ha able lo conic home In about 10 clays lo spend a furlough with his parents. MlF-s VMtin Vandevcn of Cape Qirimlcaii. Mo., arrived Saturday for « visit with her cousin, MLss Nancy Carroll VVwxl find her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C, C. Wood. Mr. nml Mrs. S. C. Bond nnd two children of Memphis spent the weekend here with Mtv>. Bond's sister, Miss Willie Nobhul. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hester, Joan Sheplifud, Norma Stevens and John Hoovor left tills morning for Camp Campbell, in the Ozarks, where tlrty will spend a week's vacation. Mrs. Freeman Itoblnson U ill r.t her hnme on North Tenth Street, MLss Allyn Hughes; who has been ranking her homo here with her uncle, J. A. O'Bryant, for the past severnl months, has gone lo Memphis where she plans to be employed tn defense work. Corp. Royc. Austin of Dell, who 8s been serving vvltli the Army In ngltind, lias teen transferred to Vance. Sergt. Albert B. Coleman, eon of R. CoJeman of Route 3, Blyliie- Ille, and Mrs. Lillle E, Colctpan O r JermoiKkle, Mo., now Is stationed at "ort Lewis, Wash. Pvt, Meivin fi. Jamil, son of Mr, nd Mrs. Alvie U. Jarratt of Lux- ra, now is stationed somewhere in few Guinea, according to Informa- lon received In n letter lo his par-' nls. In service since July, 19^2, 'rivnle Jarratt has been overseas or the past five months, lie told een overseas for the past five lonths. Ho told jjis parents of leetlng a son of Mr. and'Mrs. Luil Buck, grandson of Mrs. J. n. Buck the Half Moon Community. First Sergt. Perry L,. Mnnnon and Is brother, First Scrgt. Otis L. lannon, brothers of Mrs. Alvie'B, arratt of Luxoni, recently met "In "Vance where both are in service 'ith the Army. This is the second ime the .brothers have met yring the past' year, as Ser- uani Perry Muniion, at that time' latloncd in Tec-land, spent several ours with his brother in England bout eight months ago while on a rief furlough. Sergeant Otis Mnn- 1011, overseas for the past 13 months ,'as among the first invasion troops o land In France. Mrs. W. M. Neelcy of Manila lias ecoived word of the arrival In Eng- nwl of her son, Scrgl. Millard C. Necley, where lie has been assigned o the Eighth Air Force. His compete address is Sergt. Millard C. Neeley, A.S.N. 181C8493, 381sl Bomb Gp., APO 557, % P.M., New York N. Y. Meetings Coming Events WEDNESDAY Club Eight mooting with Mrs. G. O. Poetx. Mrs. Clara Penry entertaining Friendly Seven Club at home of Mrs. Joe Hnmby. ; THURSDAY Mrs, Edwin'Robinson entertaining Friday Luncheon Club. FRIDAY N Mrs. J. QH&nltVi will .entertain C.B,C. Club. ' ; . • Mrs.. Tom <Mnbry entertaining 400 club. Inillal .Club meeting' with Mrs. Kowell, A men's' meeting nnd pot luck supper will be held Thursday night, 8 o'clock, nl Lake Street Methodist Church, it was announced today by the Itev. Hales Sturdy, pastor of thq church. ., ' Guest speaker nt the meeting Will be the ficv. F. W., pnstor of the! First Church of ,the Nnznrene. The public is invited to attend life' affair, according lo Ihc Rev. Mr.. Sturdy. ., Swore at PILES! But Now He SMILES! The Air Sea Rescue Unil with headquarters nt Sim Dipgo, Cnl., has-set a record of an averiiBe 16 mlnule.5 reijiilrcd to bring an'ns- ~islinK milt to the scene of n crash. Whitmores Have Daughter Mr. and Mrs. Ray D.iWhilmore of Luxorn arc the parents of a daughter, born this morning nt Walls Hospital. The bnby, who hns •iot yet been named, has a sister, Kny, who is four. Mrs. Whitmorc Is the former Miss Mary Louise Poscy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Posev of Blytheville. Dr. J. L. Guard Optometrist at Guard's Jewelry 209 W. Main 4»k for tWs litre sign that ~ Jeadj you ti> dig« 1^ irg Jn4 flying. _ TNC Dainty r«8W»w FAT IT IS. A LITTLE B;T UNUSUAL BUT; THE COLONEL SURE DID APPRECIATE THOSE BOTTLES OF DR. PEPPER "*!• ^ ',*C^ fry W I — 1O CHECK t(t. k Liquid for Mnlnnnl IN 7DAYS ^ 666 •YOU nuy smile-l^^ao' formula for <lislre.-s <t pJh-s, Same as mcij ail j untilrclj- bj k|-eci;il!*ls ct tiolfl clinic. Ho iniiuio'l ax ,liaL>. Itrb, kotont'sa K^ Buch QUICK [dleft litt. il'.UO Mic 'lldTnton .V Mkor's llcclal Oijifiuciit to.\tif..' .Or s*" 1 " lt; f^y-lo-aLwlj 'TliATnioii & SI I no f lU'i-Jnl Hinmftsliorics, (fill/& 'ttvi cttiU . Wtt'-.Trf .DOCTORS' ifitj- TOI>.tV, AL; (\Jl Booi\ (1'fug stores everywhere —in Blythevllle. nt Kirby Drug:. The Gift Shop Modem »nd Antique CilfU COSMETICS BABY GIFTS Greeting Cards Novcltlfji A Gift For Everybody Bldf. Fbone 2254 MOSS BRYAN Bake Better Pastries With Shiblcy's Best Flour. .. This fine flour ACTUALLY REQUIRES LESS SHORTENING! CIFZ Conlinnoui Shows Eiery Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO S1.CH ».m. 12:45 p.m. •:!• ra Tuesday & M'cdnesday AND HER KXCITIKG CO-STAR OF "TUB OLD MAID 1 , Keeping Up With The Men In Service To relieve distress of MONTHLY Female Weakness (Also Fine Stomachic Tonic) '"• E. Plnkliam's Compound Is amauj to relieve periodic pain and iccompanylag nervous, weak, tlrecl- out JeeltagB — all due to functional monthly disturbances. Maile especially for womon—il helps nature! Follow lubul directions. LYDIAE-'PINKHAM'SSK MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP 1M B. lint Phone 2532 Bring Us Your Beauty Problems , _ Modern Equipment Expert Ueaulicians At the HotpHab Klythevillc Hospllul Admitted— Myrle Thomas, Cooler, Mo. Mrs. David Donaldson, Osccola. Miss Chai'lcine Thome, city. Born to Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Plunkctt, city, a son lust night. Bom to Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Ashley, city,, a son last night. Dismissed— Marvin Lee Boyett, Keiser. Mis. Ted England, city. Frank Merrell Jr., Hfiyti, Mo. Marvin A. Proctor, city. Robert Stutler, Manila. rda Fay Robinson, Leaehvlllc. Mrs. Marctlla Till, Portagevllle, Mo. Walls llospilal Admitted— Mrs. Ella Knox, city. Mrs. E. 13. Wliitrnoi'e, Luxora. Mrs, Elsie Ropp, 1 city. Earl Russell, city. Clyde Fowler, city. Donald Fowler, city. Rollins Fowler, city. CiVHI) OF THANKS I wish to thank my many friends for their kindnesses shown during the recent illness o[ my little son, Bobby Jones, f especially want to Lhank Dr, Husband and. the entire staff nt Walls Hospital. ' Bcrnlce McGhee. Read Courier News Want Ads. It's A Fact- That the Legion feels keenly the obligation lo provide jobs for those now fighling the nation's buttle. Poultry Specialist Plans Demonstrations Dr. Lawrence Morris of Fayetle- ville, state poultry specialist, will « in Mississippi County tomorrow to -encourage'culling hens for egg production. The first demonstration on culling hens will be given at 5 a. in. at the home of Mrs. C. M. Abbott on Highway 18. At II a. in. he will be at Die home of Mrs. Iverson Morris, pncl ut 2:30 p. m. he will give a demonstration at the homo of Mrs. Frank I. Noe, Route 1, Leach- vllle. The County Extension Office urged today Dial at least one rep- presentatlve from each Home Demonstration C'kit) attend one of these demonstrations. Maid Can Name Hours BASS ROCKS, Mass. <UP)—Advertising for a maid, Mrs. I.con Baytird added politely: "Any hours that please you will please me." .Forty-year tests nt the U. S. Fisheries Laboratory at Fiver's Island, N. C., show that diamondback terrapin can be bred as easily as chickens. SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS, properly designed, are remembered always. Our flowers are always fresh, and nil work Is guaranteed to please. Let our expert designers help you with your floral needs. ^llFLOWERSHOP Ph. 491 F.T.I). Service We Deliver Anywhere Mrs. 3. M. (Mae) Wllllnms, owner Glencoe Bldj. ALTERATIONS! Come to Hudson's for alterations of all kinds. We have three expert seamstresses on duty at. all times. HUDSON Cleaner—Tailor—Clothier ROXY •H*tlnm 6>i A Snn. Only Opeiu each ntghl 6:45; starts 1 Opens Suudaj 1:00; Sturti 1:11 C«ntlnnon5 Shown g»l. »ni San. e«rf»!n Night Every Nliht Ex 6*lnrd»j. fmntt honored OD.jBcl»7 the K»xj. ^ Tuesday & Wednesday Housewives! Storekeepers! WASTE PAPER URGENTLY NEEDED Clip this and paste it in your window! U.S. Victory WASTE PAPER Campaign

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