The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 22, 1944 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, August 22, 1944
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TWO 1LYTOTVILL1 COUKOIB NEWS Budge Party Is Given Honoiing Miss Sebaugh Continuing the terle^ of events; be- Uig given In coriiiX'ment to Miss Jeannettn Jeanne Sebaugh prior to her marriage to Ueiit. Dale S. Brings of Tulsa, Okla, on Sept 2, Mrs Melvln HalseVJ and lisr mothei, Mrs C li Nabers entertained last night with n bridge party at the Nabers home' on West Walnut streot. Roses,' sweetpeas and gladioli were arranged throughout the roomc thrown open for eritertain- ing, while the bridal tlieijje was accentuated in the : centerpiece of the dining room table, and in (he handmade bridal tallies used. A unique ccnterplec; was formed with an oval minor entwined with iv>, inters|>crscd w(th dainty pink rosebuds A miniature bridal paitj coming put of a tliiy- church dowp a fldvvcr strewn aisle completed the scene. Bridge was •• played during .the evening with high', score''. prize'. won by Miss" Betty Brooks; Isaacs, while Mrs. Robert Phillips received n prizo for holding the lucky tally on vvhicn the wedding date of Sept. 2 had been written. Miss Scbaugh.. abo was pftucnled vvith a' gift, n haiid- l>nliitc'd picture, from her hostesses A dessert course was. served with the individual cake' Iced in ' heart design. , Miss Nancy Winburn of Arkadelphia, Ark , houseguest ol her slstei , Mrs Pinner England, 1 was included among ilie 16 guests present Cncle Meetings ( baptists Meet At Church A Royal Service Program wps ;ven at the church for members f - the Women's Missionary Union f First'Baptist Church yesterday flernobfi when Mrs. Eub 'Carson peried the meeting with repeating ' :e watchwords for Ihc year. Mrs. .E. B. Woodson, program iialr'mim,, Introduced Mrs", p. E, llayloclc, 'program leader for Ihc ftenioon, whose subject was "Ex- ending the Realm of Ihc Kingdom Mnong (lie Indians of tlie AmeH- 'is". . ' ' Tlie devotional on "The Keys of lie Kingdom" was given'by Mrs. Valtcr Ulshap, followed by prayer Bits of News Mrs. C. L. Nabers and daughter, Mrs.: Melvln Halsell, sp'enl Friday In Memphis where Mrs. Nabers consulted her specialist. Mrs. Newell G. Jerome, accompanied by Mrs. Newoll P. Jerome of Wilson, spent yesterday In Memphis, Mr*. Oletia Gcbc-rt of St. Louis, Client there at Methodist Hospital. Mrs. Gebert will return to SI. Louis rom Memphis the latter part of Members of the"Wpn)an's Society of Christian. Service, mr'st' Methodist church, met yesterday In circle meetings, with Mrs, C. L. \Vylle entertaining seven, member? of Circle One al her h,orne\ when four U'Uois also vyere present Mrs W T Dtnton gave the dev<otional, anc 1 Die hostess served refreshments during the social hour which fol- lo^ed the meeting ' Mrs, f E Warren wfis hostess lo nine members of Circle. Two, when Mrs J W Adams Jr ,,gave thr devotional and also was in charge of the |ludy course Refreshments vveic seived lale in Ihe afternoon Fifteen members' of 'Olrcie Three met with Mrs Lo y Welch yesterdaj morning,. with Mrs. Hurry W.Halne" in charge of Ihe sludy coiuse 01 "Quiet Talks on Prayer" A socia hour .followed the program meet Mrs; P D Smith entertained I 1 members of Circle. Fouc when tft devotional and s^u.d.y course ~vvei. taught by Mrs Georgo W. Pyles Mis Smith served refreshments lat cr In the afternoop. Ten members of circle Plye wer present yesterday afternoon for th nicetihg of that group at t)ie horn of Mrs Elma Ann.strong, ^he Ihc opcping prayer v\as gjyen by Mrs Fred Fleenjan, Mrs. William \Vvatt conducted the sludy comse and Mrs S. B WUfor(l offered HIP Closing prayer Refreshments were served by the liosless Presbyterians Meet Eleven members of the Executive Board of trje Wojnan's Auxiliary of First Presbyterian Church met yesterday afternoon at tlie church at 2 30 o'clock far a busi- r>eis meelmg presided over by Mrs Zal B Harrison Plans were discussed tor & Fellowship Supper to be held In September, and for a Home Mission tludy period to be conducted later At 3 o'clock, circle meetings were held al the church with brief J'ushiess sessions Tlie regular auxiliary meeting followed at 3 30 o'clock, with 28 members prasenl Mrs Harrison presided over the business portion of the meeting, and Mrs. Alice Womack was m charge of the stewardship program on "How lluch for:.God. 1 ' Mrs o M. Gray gave the devotional, Mrs F. B Jeyner -pas in chuige of the music, and Mrs Wimack conducted a quiz on Christian stewardship ^ During the social hour, Mrs R S. Mott, veteran member of the organization 1 who yesterday celebrated her 88th birthday, was guest of honor at ah informal party, nnd was presented with a birthday present from members of the, Auxiliary. The .presentation was made by Mrs. H; H. Houchlns. Mrs. J. p. Pride, chairman for social acllvlties, was In charge of the social hour, assisted by Mrs, A. P.-Dietrich, Mrs. L, D. Chamblin and Mrs. L S Harlzog. i — ~ f ' L Nervous,Restless On "CERTAIN DATS" Of IkflMntii? II functional periodic disturbances make you tte\ pervpus, tired, restless, ''dragffid out"-r-flt such ttai«^—-try AJ- tnoujiLydUi E. PlnkriMJl's VegeUble Compound to relieve iuth symptoms. It helps nature/ Plalcb&m'c Compound Is r,lso a grand atomschlp tonic. Follow label directions, typritt (irfrifff LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S At the HotptUU Walls Hosplial Admitted— Jack Melvln, cily. Mrs. Lockard Benson, Manila. Wayne Crouch, 'city. Dlsnilsscd— Mrs. 'Ruascll Gill, Dell. Floyd Hicks, Holland, Mo, Mnrglc MclViii. city. Mai7 Torrance, Luxora. Blytlievllle Hospital Admitted— Margie Daiightery, clly, , Demi Daughtery, clly. > : Betty Glileh'vvntcr, clly. Mrs, Delia Sloul, Hayil, Mo. Dlsniissed— Jtmiiij Tyrone, city. '••'.' John Tyrone, city. Clmrlcs Hoover, cily. Dledn Biirge, clly. Memphis IMcliiadist Hospital. Admitted— ••• . L.'S. Benish, city. : Waller L. side.s, Cnnilhersvlile Mo. y Mrs. Tom W. Jackson, and a wll ° llas spent the past several ilano solo by Miss Slilrle^ June days here wltii her son, U s. Ben- Barham. I Ish and family, went lo Memphis Mrs. If. IT. Brooks spoke on Ihc | today, accompanied by Mrs. Benish, ubject of "The American Indians", lo spend several days with Mr. allowed by prayer. by Mrs. John Benish who is undergoing trcal- Buchannn, while Mrs. W. F. Cope-, ' " nnd'g theme was "Soiitliern Bap- Ists and Ilielr Incllftn Neighbors". Closing prayer was given by Mrs. :. P. llavdin. * • • Meeting Held At Cliurch r^lnc nicjnbers of (he Woman's Society of Christian Service of Lake Street Methodist Church met yes- erday allcr'noon at the church, when tvjo visitors, Mrs. P. H. Wig- Ins and Mrs. "t. W. Neal, also were iresent, . Mrs! George Shanks gave (he de- 'otlonal from the 51st Psalms, and Urs. W. L. Green presided over ihe brief business .meeting. 'Mrs. Green.also gave;a report on he , zone vmeeting held last .Fr\d:vy it First Methodist Church, to cun r elude the .meeting. •• . Read Oqurter Wewi WftUt Adi. he Weelcl Be[ly._ CJillcnwaler, daughter of Mr. nml Mrs.' G. E. Glllcnwalcr, indcrwenl n, tonslllectojny today at Blythevllle Hospital. L. B. Denlsh has entered Mcm- ihls Methodist Hospital (or Ireal- ncnt for lindulnnt. fever from which he has been suircrlng for tlie past ieveral months. J, E. Johnson spent,tho weekend n.Bboneville, Ark., where he visited Us son anil, daughter-ill-law," Mr. and Mrs. Hovvnrd Johnson, who are mtients at the saintorluin there, ilr. and Mrs. Johnson accompanied' ilm iionip last night tor a Ivvo- vceks' hero with Ihclr parents. Mr. itnd'Mra. J. E. Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Krulv.. Je»a and Slmroi} Bentsh left Sun- tiny morning' for Corning, Ark., where Uiey nj'e vlslllng tlielr graii'd: mrents, Mr. and MrB. n. C. Liuinlus for several days. Con'dlUpn 'pf H- P- Mellzn who Is n pnlie'nl at Canipbell's Clinic In Memphis, is innch-linprpved. Mr. Mellza,"' fathof of Mrs. Garth Ciist- llo, wjlh vv|>om he mnkcs his hpmb, iinclorwpnt an o|ieration last week for the fenio'val'of his leg siboyc the knee. Mrs. Meliv.ii, wliq lias been In Meniphlq \yltl\ her husbund, has returned, hon\e for a brief visit be? fore returning to remain vyllh him. He probably will be there for art other two or three weeksi Lieut. Bill O'Mara and Lieut. Mel vin Mechlin have returned to Dyersburg A'riuy AU- Dnse, pyersbvirg, Tcnn., where tjiey nrc slnlioned, after spending .'the vyeeke'nd here as guests of Mr., mid Mrs. w" E. Hagan and family.'. '-. . • Staff.Sergi. Eddie Sallba, who;I? stationed at Wichita Fails, .Texas returned itliere .yesterday nfter weekend ..visit. here .with his .parents, Dr, and ^Mrs. J. A. Sallbn nncl family.'He';was accompanied home i>y his brother, Joe Sallba, who will visit Sergeant and Mrs, Sallba for Iwo wceki, Mary Alice Wrpten, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Wrptfn, Is spending several djiys in Pine Blyft a'i the guest of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Wrotcn, Mis-5 Ruth Llndsey 1ms returned home after p. two-weeks' \Is|l with friends in Houston and 'Galveston, Texas. Miss Sue Ramey of Memphis spent the weekend here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Ramey. Virginia Bvveprlngen, daughter pf Mr. and Mrs. Herbert;Swearlngeu Sr., and Ann Weedrrmn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Harry-.Wcedman, are spending a week at Camp, Miramlchee, near Hardy, 1 Ark. 'Miss Eunice Brbgdpn ,and Miss Doris Muir nre '.spending, a'10-day; vacallon In New Orleans, La.. Mrs. George Sllltyell, Mrs. ••). F. Nolen, Mrs. Cleo'Pope and Mrs. D. C, Freeman nncl daugiiter, i Peggy, spenl Snlnrdii'y> In .Memphis.'. TUESDAY, AUGUST 22, 1944 Men In Service Tech.: Sergt. ,E. C. Shaneyfelt of Blythevllle hnV,bee!i>a> T ardetl the cojiibat liifantryihan's badge for exemplary action against the enemy. 1-Jmv stationed Jn.'New .Guinea, Sergeant Shaneyfelt 1 lias' bcen'over- sefft-fpr the past.14'mPnths. Staff Sergt. Lester "M.' Cooper, whose wife makes. hef Jiq((ie at. 133 West : Kejitvick'y, Blytheville," has been promoted'to ^technical serge- antl'jleis a'n'MP vvlfli'the 88th Iti- a.ntry pivislon 'of.' the Fifth Army n Italy. ',.•'." SENTIMENTS EXPRESSEp WITH FLOWERS, properly designed, are remembered always. Our flowers ore always fresh, and nil work is'guaranteed to please. Let our expcrj designers help you with your floral needs. " "' l -,' ' FLOWER SHOP F.T,I). Service We Deliver Anywhere Pp. 101 Mrs. J. M. (Mac) Williams, owner filencoe Bide. Clear Lake News The'Women's Missionary Union if the Clear Lake Bapjist Church net Thursday afternoon, at the "liiirch with eight' members present, Including one ncyf member. Following ' (he 'opening hyrnn, irayer wns offered by'Mrs. E. A. Austin. ,,-,'• Bible study was In charge of Mrs. Mose Kjng, token from (he eightli cliapler of Ma|tlie\y. Closing prdyer-vyas given by MJTS. Trayls Ellis'.- " Meetings The American Legion Auxiliary will meet tonight, 8 o'clock, at the hut for Installatlon'Servlce for new officers, it was announced today. Mrs. H. t. HalseH Sr,'and'Mrs. Carl Matthews vvili serve as. hostesses. " ' : ... ' ,•• Registration Set For August 30-31 Freshman And New Students To Report Wednesday, Thursday Registration doles for high cchpol students and general information for parents of children planning lo enler school for the first lime Sept, 4 were nanounccd today by W. B, Nicholson, superintendent. "Freshmen and new high school students will report al the high school building for registration on Wednesday, Aug. 30. Upper class tludenU will report for registration^ on Thursday, Aug. 31, fit the rjlgh school building, . Exceptions will be mode for students who live out of town, for those who ride the bus, or for any other emergency cvmdlllon, when provision will be made for those itueleiits to register on either of ihe two above named days, Mr. Nicholson stated '.Parents of children entering •>c!(pol for tlie first'lime arc urged to jiave their children properly vaccinated and given Ihe required inoculations . before Ihe opening of school on Sept. 4. Mr. Nicholson a'lso pointed out that nil children entering the first grade must have birth certificates. : All children are eligible to enter the first grade who are six years Cld or will be six on or before Dec. -\ idii. No child will be allowed ,j-enter school for this "term who will be six after that dat«,. Mr. Nicholson tinted. f .; , ^_^_ Wa/ter f, Permenter Recipient Of The DfC '.•• staff Sergt. Walter F. Permenter Of. Luxora hns been awarded the plstlnguished plying cross, according to annouricemenl made by Brlgndler General Edmund Wi-HIll, Commanding General, Eighth Air pOrcc Composite Coinmnnd. The award recently was presented to Sergeanl Permenter • bj' Col. Clifford J. Heflln, Commanding Officer of a heavy bomber stationed Eomcwtiere in England. A waist gunner on one of the AF's giant B-24 Liberators, Scr- .-jant Permenler also wears the Air Medal with four Oak Leaf Clusters for meritorious achievement while Hying n B-24 airplane over enemy territory, the" good conduct ribbons and Ihe European Theater of Operations service ribbon. .•'The son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Permenler of Luxora, ho is a graduate ,of Luxora high school arid was formerly employed at Blythe- James Cited For Conduct In D-Day Action Pfc. James E. Anderson, son of Mrs. Lawrence Glasscock, lias received a special commendation for good conduct and performance of duty during the invasion of West" lS comimndi "3 » England from November, 1843, until p-pay, Private Glasscock now Is serving . In Northern France as a 'member of an artillery division. He has a half-brother Pvt. Snmtiel L, Glasscock, who Is s aliened at Camp Robinson In Little Rock. The commendation reads "ft Is with pleasure that I convey my appreciation pf your conduct as -a member pf this battery. Tlie battery vyns • faced with tremendous odds during the assonlt,. but managed to reach a destination and set up prepared |o rn«et my contingencies field artillery we surpassed ex- vllle Army Air Field. His wife the former Mis.? Doris Ann >Mlnk, lives in Blythevllle, . ami he lias one brother In service, Lieut. J-E Permenter of the artillery. pectalipns,;Jn 'tb,at we cleared the way for';01e: Infantry advance which had been contained by enemy concentrations. The primary mission was performed In an excellent manner and will be even betler In the future. We have seen and done a great deal together and look for- wnrd with much, anticipation to any mission that may be assigned ii5 Signed, Henry E Oslhues, Capt CAC, Conidg." Walnut Ridge Coroner Held In Wife's Death ' WALNUT RIDGE, Ark., Aug. 22. (UP)—Lawrence County Sheriff w, E. Archer has sworn out a warrant charging Lawrence County Coroner Howard Marshall with murder Iri connection wllh Ihe death of Mar 7 shall's wife at her Walnut Rirt'ga home early Monday. Marshall was arrested by A'rchor on recommendation of a coroner's jury ci»pane))ed by Justice of the Peace C. P. McCullongh. And preliminary hearing for Marshall is scheduled ^to be held late this afr lemoon-lo determine whether Mai> shall should be lield for action of the grand jury. Prosecuting Attoi> ncy H. L. Ponder says he Is awaiting outcome of the hearing before filing formal charges, Twenty-six-year-old Mrs.- Mar-. Hear Young Men Present The Gospel ' SERVICES EACH NIGHT Church of the Nazarene First and Sycamore TVafrpn Williams of Little Rock Dgvid Sharp of.Carthage, Mo. Seryic^s Begin at 8 O'Clock Special Music The Public Cordially Invited Mrs, Dalton C. Fowlston, B. A. M. S. M. Announces OPENING OF FALL CLASSES In PIANO — ORGAN — VOICE Former New York Organist and Teacher Pupil of Clarence Dickinson President of Union Theological Seminary School of Music For Appointment Phone or Write -— Airs. DMlon C. Fowlston llfll Chickasawba 1'lione 2019 'PLAN FOR CHARM \ lines of artfully (nsliionert ... make the. perfect ensemble SANDAL, Either Army Russet or Black Hi-Cuban SLIl^G PUMP Town Brown Suede. Hi-Cuban $7.50 W I= E. OV O A A . IHIIIflE'S ^J^HOE 2K^ t* O «B I pi «* V TOO/ STAR BRAND " ' t \ , N'* V -M ,v, " \ Why' Because comfortable sbocs help boys and girls be ^ better scholars. Young feet tit case make concentration '"• ' eisier. playground activities more fun and less tiring. X Remember that shoes, more than any other article of clothing, can affect the entire body health! So buy \ siloes carefully! 'v Tlie careful designing and construction of Poll-Parrot and Star Brand shoes..,their foot-coirect lasts... , their niggccl materials... all these features; plus our extra careful fitting, arc your assurance their shoes are helping, not hindering, proper development. X - /"^ -* v4 I. Room for {«wlnj (ost 1. Conelated tieet-^o-ball fit }. t(« blnilnj inslsp 4. AgB-ccnloiiii'ng aAles f. AnMe-huggint top lines 6. Sniij, pcar-stiapeii heels 7. Stfattlrl-tnad lasts 8. Fiet-action llesibllity 9. Sort, dtitablt uppers 10. Icng-weafing soles V\ ,-. At Popular Prices Plui Undetached Ralion Coupon The Family Shoe Store 312 \V, Main Phone 234?, shall, was found shot to death In her bedroom early Monday, Mar-* shall, based with tlie Navy at Camp Wallace, Texas, for the past 10 months, lias been hoine on leave for several days. He recently \\'as defeated In ills race for Lawrence County representative,'.• Coming Eventi WEDNESDAY Mrs. Don Edwards entertaining Friendly Seven Club. Club Eight meeting with Mrs. Ft. B. Stout at home of Mrs. H. G. Partlow. •' • . . V THURSDAY Mrs. R. C. Rose entertaining Friday Luncheon'blub.'' •G.N.D. Club meeting with'Mi's. Norvllle Humphrey.' . WA11NING OUDKIl In the Clianccry Court, C'liickasaw- ba Dislrici, iMisslssljiiil County, Arkansas. George 0. Ford, Jr., by George C. Ford, Sr., his fnther and next friend, Plaintiff vs. No. 8051 Marj'orle Ford, Defendant. ' The defendant Murjorlo Ford is lereby warned to appear within .hlrty 'days in the court named 'in tlie caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff Geoige C. ?ord Jr., by George C. Ford Sr., Ills "ather and next friend. Dated this 31 day of July, 1944. HARVEY MORRIS, Clerk By DorLs Mulr, D. C. Ed B. Cook, Atty. for Pltf. ,uclan Colemun, Atty. for Defdt. 811-8-15-22 Read Courier Nea'j Wnnt Ads. W CHtCR A IV V s J IN 7DAVS *L r Malarial Symptom*. MARGARET'S BEAUTY 8HOP 1M B. 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