The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 16, 1944 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, August 16, 1944
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i-wo BLYTHEVTLLB (ABfc); qoUBIEB OTtWH MisS Isaacs Is Hostess To La Neuve Club, Guests » Miss Betty Brook!s Isaacs, who lias < often played bridge jdth La Neuve Club members since her'jreturn from. college in June, entertained tha.1 group last night a> her home, when she also was hostess to a number of other.guests. High; sec re prize for the club members" went to Mrs. William Q. Boyd and second high to Mrs. Melvln Ilalsell, while Mrs, Sheitbn Hitlmnn received high score guest prize. Miss Isaacs also presented Miss Jeanelta Jeanne Sebauglj, bride-elect of Lieut. Dale S. Brtggs of Tiilsa, Olcln. nftli a gift. ; . .••;.. Iced drinks were served throughout the evening, and a dessert course at the conclusion of the games. Miss Isaacs'was assisted by her mother, Mrs. tyjA.'Isaacs,. ;.• ,,' Guests In addition to club members ^vere Miss -Nancy Wlnburn of Arkadelphia.'Ark., houseguesl of her sistei'J 'Mrs. Farmer England, Mrs. Colcman 'Stevens,' Mrs, Hillmnn, Miss Mary,Helen Moore, Miss Peggy White and Mrs. Newell P. Jerome. • •' • Miss Lovelace Is Bride Of Robert Earl Knipple Mr. and Mrs. Archie Loveiace announce the marriage of their daughter, Miss Mary Lou Lovlace, to Robert Earl Knlpplc, son of Mr. and Mrs._ Clarence Knlpple. . The marriage was'solemnized Saturday In.Osceoja. Attendants Included the bride's "sister, Mrs." Johnny Biackwell, Miss Irene Rice; and Mrs. Toby Tricke, sister "of the bridegroom. ' The bride wore. & two piece suit of navy blue with while accessories. Mrs. Knlpple was graduated from Blythevllle high school In May and has .,been employed at the J. o. Penney Company. Mr. and Mrs. Knlpple left Sunday for P^.vton, 111., to make their home while he is connected with a construction company In Paxtoi). « » •" ' Moellev's Have Daughter Mr. and Mrs. Karl 'Moeller an- nouijce the birth of a daughter last Wednesday, who has" been named Karln Diane. . Mrs. Moeller is the former Miss OlgJL. Johpsehl \ : .' ; '. • ".> » Club Party Is Postponed Members'of the Friday Luncheon Club will; iiot have 1 their regular weekly bridge party, scheduled to be held'tomorrow niornlng at the home- nf Mrs. J. c. ; Ellis Sr., at Barneld. The party has , been postponed - dueUo the death of Mis. Mary EIiza T beth" Oglesby,' niece of Mrs. W. M: Mcf^enzle, (i -club member. i .'/:•• »• . Club, Guests' Entertained Mixed garden-flowers, were at- trcc^velv arranged In the y. G. Holland home last. night when their: daughter", Mrs. Sanford Bocme, entertained : members of > the Double G club and two guests for nh evening ,pt grldge'. Quests were Miss i Frances McHaney and Miss Mildred Lou Hubbard; . High, score priz c was won by Miss Prances Little,.2114 second high by Mrs., Booue. ' The hostess served a dessert course, and had as a tea ejieSt, Mrs.'Blan Heath of Port-Simmer, / N if., hoiisegnest of her parents, Mr. .and Mrs. Tom'A: Little, and a former imemtier of the club > -. • ':•.»'-.•"'• ' ' Business Women Meet Sej'en members of the Business Women's Circle 'of First Baptist Church met last night at the home of Mrs. John Tyrone, when Mrs. Herman Wall of Houston, Texas, houscguest of her mother, Mrs. s! P. Lee and family, also was a guest. Mrs. Tyrone was in charge of the Hoyal Service program on the topic, "Extending the Realm of the Klng- (iom'to the American Indians." Mrs. Walls gave a talk on "The American Indian"; Miss Minnie Foster discussed, "Indians in Christianity", Miss Minnie Brown's topic was ; "The First Papago Indian Church," and Miss Ruby Brown spoke on '.'The Southern Baptist and -the South American Indian." A dessert course was served during the social hour. ' ' Meetings Chick'asawba Lodge No. 134, F. & A. M., .wUl.hbld a special meeting tomorrow.night, 7:30 o'clock, at the Imll,; wtien the master's degree will be conferred, It was announced today ; by Dcwey Gentry, worshipful master. Vs. Clare Luce Margaret E. Connor's, • above, 29-yenr-oId Bridgeport, Conn., attorney, was nominated by acclamation to oppose Hep. Clare Boothc Luce, Republican candi- • date for re-election , Aerial Gunner Wins Air Medal For Six Missions Staff Scrgt. Charles "Buddy" Armstrong of Dell, stationed In England at an Eighth Army Air Force bomber station, bus been awarded the Air Mednl. Waist gunner on n Flying POI- Lress. Sergeant Armstrong won th» medal for "meritorious achievement on bombing attacks 011 enemy Europe.'' The citation accompanying the award read In purl: "The courage, coolne.M and skill displayed by this enlisted innn upon these occasions reflected^great credit upon himself and the Army Air Force of Ih^ United States.", ' > Sergeant Armstrong, 23, hns taken part In six combat missions. lie attended schools In Dell and Blythc- ville and was a student at Ai'kan- sus Stale College, Joncsboro. He entered the service June 0, 1342. Son of Mis. E. W. Noland of Dell, ScrgctiiiL Armstrong lias been over- sens since May. At the i' , W:tlls Hospital . Admitted— '' Mrs. Joe Hcod, Cnruthcrsvllle, Mo, Freddie Gore, city. Dismissed— Mrs. O. V. Arnold, city. Blylhevlllc Hospital Admitted- Mrs. S. R. Sullivan, city. Mrs. Mary U. Levnn, city. J. Snmuel Phillips. Te.vitrknnn. Mrs. Maxlnc Sawyer, city. Dismissed— >, Bobbie Jones, Armorcl. Lula Mae Willis, Hermondule, Mo •1. W. Rambo, city. Roy Gnlucs, city. Mrs. O. N. Hawkins, city. Memphis iliiiiUst Hospital Admitted- Mrs. T. J. McAfee, city. Susan Ward, Ciunlhersvllle, Mo. Bits of News Mostij Personal Mrs. Joe Pavclka of Omaha, Neb., and lier mother, Mrs. Mallssa Sap- Ic v of Monctte, Ark., spent yesterday here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. LaFoyotle May, nt their home on Kentucky Avenue. Bob Flnklca left Sunday for Camp Roblinon, Ark., to repoii for duty with the Array Air Corps. He has been awaiting his call since his graduation from ulythevillc high school In Mny. lie is the son of Mrs. B, M. Turner of Sikeslon, Mo. Corp. William Floyd Williams, who now Is stationed tit Camp Brecklnrldge, Ky., has arrived here to .spend a 12-day furlough will) his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will T. Williams and family on Route 2. Corpoi-al Williams is with the field imlllery' at Camp Brecklnrldge. W. I), flayder of Mtinlln, father of J. W. Ruder, Mrs. J. W. Wlill- woi'tli and Mrs. W. H. Heath and Mrs. Roy Johnson, all of Blythe- vllle, Is seriously ill nt his home following n slroko suffered last Tuesday, finmediatelv after being stricken 111 last week, he was removed to Memphis for treatment, but now has biren returned to his home In Manila. Lleul. and Mrs. John Lay Bishop, who have spent the past two weeks 'nt Dell with her parents, Mr. and MIS. Tom P. Martin and nl Fayellovlllc w ith Lieutenant Bishop's rather, J. M. Bishop, left Saturday for Seattle, Wash., where Lieutenant Bishop will icjiort for active duty with the Nnvy. The Bishops have matte their home in Annnpolls, Md., since their marriage last October, whore Lieutenant Bishop has been Inking u special course of training. Mrs. Bishop probably will return to Dell to be with her parents after her 1ms- iicj leaves for active duty Dr. untl Mrs. J. L. Van Hogser find daughter, Delnin, returned yesterday to their home In Sinlthvillc Temi,, after n visit here with Mrs' Van Hooser's parents, Mr. and Mrs] J. E. Neal. They were accompanied home by her sister, Mrs. Edward Cusy and Sergeant Q\sy, who will spend their 15-dny furlough with the Van Hoosers, Mrs. Cnsy will undergo n minor operation while here. Miss Eiiluplu Whitworlh and Miss \fary Revllle are spending » week In Dells, Term., as guests of Miss Revllle's family. Freddie Gore, son of Mrs. fonc Ropp, underwent a tonslllectomy today at walls Hospital. '•;>:.•, • Mrs. Elsie Eiopp'is I'ccui'iornttng at her home on West Asli following n nmlor operation which she recently underwent at Walls Hospital. Judy Williams u! CnriiUimvHIe Mo., spent yesterday here witli her Kraiidparents, Mr. mid Mrs. John Walden, having come especially in be with her uncle, Bobby Walden electrician's mule, petty officer 2-c' In the Navy, ivlio left tcday for Philadelphia after spending a brief leave here with his parents. Mrs. Bob Burns anti her brpth Charles Uggett, left Monday night for Salina, Kam., to toend a week v;lth their sister, MUs Louise Leg- gelt, who Is employed there. Mrs. Pervln Crick of Slkeston Mo,, the former Miss. Mary Jane Hoga'n, arrived yesterday for a two- weeks' visit here with relatives. O. L. Smith of Leachvllle has gone to the Lake of the Quirks, Mo,, for a two-weeks' fishing trip. Mis. Lillian Thomas has gone to New Orleans where she Is spcnd- Injj a two-weeks' vocation. Mr. find Mrs. H. E. Bracey and two children, Roberta and Billy, have returned from a week's vacation spent at Foxwoitli, Miss. Mrs. Vw-dle O'Brien of Bloomfield, Mo., who has been visiting lierc for the pnsl two days returned to her home today. She was nc- companlrcl by Gene, Mary Louise and John 2. O'Brien Jr.; her grandchildren, who will visit her there for two weeks., Mrs. Vauglian English and daughter. Constance Jean, of Wlmrton, Texas, hnve arrived for a six-week's visit with Mrs. English'. 1 ; parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Mulr and other relatives. Mrs. Ed Cook Elected Delegate for Auxiliary Mrs. Ed B. Cook, retiring president of the Fifth District of the American Legion Auxiliary, yesterday was elected ns a delegate to the National convention of American Legion and Auxiliaries, which will be held In Chicago In September; Mrs. Cook was one of seven delegates elected from Arkansas ut the 23rd annual convention which ended yesterday in Little Rock when Mrs. Neill Reed of Heber Springs, formerly of Blythevllle, was elected president of the state group DANCE Thursday — Friday — And Saturday Nights 9:30 to 1 O'clock In the Beautiful Blue Room of the HOTEL NOBLE Admission 65c IncL Tax Coming Event* THURSDAY a. N. D. Clul) meeting witli Mrs. Clyde Eldrldge. Mrs. J. C .Ellis Sr., entertaining Friday Luncheon Club. Mrs. Raymond Stringer entertaining C. & N. Birthday Clul), 8 p. m. FRIDAY Mrs. Ebb Reynolds entertaining Initial Club. C. B. C. Club meeting with Mrs O. O. Elklns. 400 Club meeting with Mrs. Lafayette Mays. For Sale 285 Acres of highly improved land on Highway (!1 four miles soulli of Bly- fhevillc- C, G. Smith ALTERATIONS! Come to Hudson'* for alterations of all kinds. We have three expert seamstresses on duty at all times. HUDSON Cleaner—Tailor—Clothier SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS, »«*» ™ Timbered al ™!«. Our flowers are si- ffiLwTL? ? ork k Piowitced to please. Let our expert designers help you with your floral needs. ' ^FLOWERSHOP W. Dtllrer Anywhere twur Olencot Hear Young Men Present The Gospel REVIVAL BEGINS TONITE Church of the Nazarene First and Sycamore Trqfton Williams of Little Rock David Sharp of Carthage, Mo. Services Begin at 8 O'clock Special Music The Public Cordially Invited HELP WANTED Experienced nient cutters to manage mcnt departments In Oscf- oln nnd Hlythevllle Kroger Stores. Siilnry nml commission. Must have referral card from U. S. Employment Service Write in-i B , , KKOGER GKOCKKV 31 ,d UAKIXG CO., 10)4 Hoilda Street., Memphis, Tenn., or pho. 2274, Joncsboro, Ark. 8-12-8119 WHEN J LOSE Atf CRtP » ALWAYS DRINK A DR, PEPPER I •> ft i <. ' t V- V 8'>' •" t . ? | v» •' • «v • j -', w ' • i V. •" VvVw* /.*'. *./."'- ' ^^ • •-((" »>: <-s*\\d ' ' * Order Issued For Low-Cost New Clothing Ky ANN STKVICK NBA Staff Correspflnfl^nt WASH1NGTOW.—You will be able to shop tor everyday clothing Items with definite low prices, If the Office of Price Administration's Consumer Advisory Committee has Us way, This official committee, made up of two dozen women representing various consumer groups, has urged o more complete lou>-cost clothing program, and at once. Orders are out to start making up women's cotton dres-scs at $1.49 and Sl.CO, as v.-ell as Inexpensive slips, men's shirts nnd short. Maternity dresses will tic made to sell for $1.89, slips for $1.05. The committee points out that these programs shov; It can be done, but contend that limited types and amounts planned will menu tiiat many shoppers won't see any of the low-cast Items they need. Ol'A ill (AST ACT O!>A fixed pricing on move of your erery-day clothing needs is held n)), according 10 committee members, awaiting war Production Board's figures on definite specifications and cloth allocations Thu committee recommends that OPA take mutters Into its own hands if necessary to avoid delay' They poliit out that the ban on OPA standards In pricing permits ihc exception 'where no feasible price control alternative exists," contend that na- tloii-wlde reports of shoddy clothing Drove that clothing pri ce con . trol doesn't work without .stand- Fireman Saves His Car • swAMPscorr, Mass. <U P) _ Only after fireman Harold Jacobs had helped: douse an automobile fire did lie (fiance at the markers and realhe that it was his ca, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 16, 1944 Oxford 'Rainmaker' Offers Her Services Miss Lilly Stoles of Oxford, Miss, self-styled "rainmaker", has a prospective customer In Nashville Tcnn., where farmers are experiencing the worst drouth in the state's history. The Nashville Chamber of Commerce received a letter offer-in* her services from Miss Stotes, who will lie remembered by Mississippi Countlans as the little lady beneath the big umbrella who sat for several weeks on the bank of the Armorcl Lake In on attempt to break l)ie drouth of '41. "If you will send someone after me, guarantee my expense and pay for my lime," she wrote. "Would want first class holer accommodations on the bank—or near a lame body of water." As evidence of her powers, she recalled eight days spent on the bank of a lake In Mississippi last year when It "rained all over Alabama, Mississippi, and parts of Tennessee." She warned that It-would lake between two and three weeks 'o supply enough rain for the need of Nashville, Soldier Is Accused In Robbery Of Bank EL'DORADO, Ark.. Aug. it; IUPJ —The person who robbed the bank of Junction city of $2000 on May 12 has been Identified by P. B. Murphy, cashier and vice president of the bank ns James P. Parker, it soldier from Camp Chaffee. Murphy went to Camp Chaffec, where Parker is being held on several charges, one of which is desertion. ' Parker was captured near Camp Clinffee July 20 about, an hour after he allegedly attempted robbery of a bank in liooncville. He Is suffering from a gunshot wound. in the arm which he received at Hoonville. • B-]7 Navigator Wins Air Medal; On 50 Missions First Lieut. George Cross Jr., has been awarded Die Air Medal for ••meritorious achievement while participating in nci'lal flight", and the Emopean-Afrlcan-Middle East rlb- boji. The 21-year-old navigator of a H-n arrived yesterday for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs, George Cross Sr. He recently re- lumed to the states after eight months overseas. ' Lieutenant Cross flew his 50th combat mission over Verona, Italy, railroad yards, July 13. A graduate of Blythevllle High School, Lieutenant Cross attended Westminster College at Fulton, Mo. Prior to entering the Air Corps, he was a bookkeeper for lllc Ark-Mo Power Co. Suffers Broken Arm Mrs. O. N. Hawkins was removed to her home yesterday after having undergone treatment at lily- Ihevllle Hospital for a broken arm received Monday morning at her home. The large lione in her left arm was broken when she slipped and tell in the kitchen of her home shortly before noon Monday. She immediately was removed to the rToreltevedlstressof MONTHLY > Female Weakness (Also fine Stomachic Tonic) * Lydia E. PInkhcm's Compound la famous to relieve periodic pata and accompanying nervous, weak, tlreti- out feelings—all due to functional monthly disturbances. Made especially /or women— it helps nature} Follow label directions. LYOIft E.PINKHAM'SS2SS HEATERS! Heaters! Wood and Coal Burning >•- - . ' 3 and COOK STOVES You will be needing a heater before long. We have all kinds, large and srhall, priced on our old basis. WE SUGGEST that if you arc going to need a Heating Stove that you make your application and leave it with the Ration Board and thereby have your Certificate ready. LAUNDRY STOVES Are not Rationed. You will not need a Certificate to purchase' one of these, BURNING HEATERS These have not arrived, but we ore assured that they will in time. Get your Certificate, bring it to us, and thereby be assured that you get one. ATTENTION (oleman Oil Burning Heater Users! It is going to be extremely difficult this year for us to give you the service you deserve on your heater, bscause of help. In former years we have had 3 men; now only one that can do this work. With your co-operation we will try to service your heater, but we would suggest that you talk to us about it NOWf \ Chas. S. Lemons "Home Furnishings Moderately Priced" hospital where her arm was placed In a cost. Her condition todny was satisfactory. . Y MEDICATED POWDER 40 YEAR FAVORITE —willi thousands of fa relieves itching of minor ekin rashes— baby 'a diaper rash. Ppritikk'on Mexsann,600lbliiij, medicated poivdcr. Contains ingredients •pecialista often use to relieve these dis* often use to relieve these dis* comforts. Costa little. Get Mes^aua. A • -" MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP 1M 8. tint Phone 2532 fir/rig Us Your Beauty Problem* Modern Equipment Eiuert lleauliclans the Gift Shop ' Modem aud OlfU COSMETICS BABY GIFTS Greetlne Cards Novelttn 4 Gtft For Everybody Initam Blttf. Phone 2254 MOSS BRYAN Ill/ Conthraons Showi Erery Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts Z:00 LISTEN TO KI.ON I:M «.». K:W p.m. 4:5» p Last Time Today Broadway Rhythm with George Murphy and Giniiy Sims Selected Short Subjecls Thursday and Friday Paramount News and Selected Short Subjects ROXY Matinee* gat. & Sun. Only Opens each night 6:45; starts 1 OptM Sunday 1:00; Start* I:It C*ntlnnonj Showi Bit. and goo. Barjaln Nljlit Every Nl[h( T.fntf N« honored on C5 Last Time Toilny Sailor's Holiday with Arthur I.ukc and .lane I.nwrcnci? Selected Sliorl Sulijcct Thursday and Friday

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