The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 23, 1944 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, August 23, 1944
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BLYTHEVILLB (ABK;). COUBLBR NBWfl WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 23, 1944 Vigors'Are Honored •QI* OUt*QMi erojip:* nutnb*r>of i jnenib^rs 9!'tfiatiset. Tw iday night B«n Lancashire entertained 22 friends at an In- fonnal party at the home of his parents, Mr and In Lan- cornpllmenl to hls.houseguesls,, |{l$s flejen y/Uson .7! » Anderson, Jnd, ai)d Eugene Mc£lure of Oak Park, ill Dancing £]«J ping p$p$ gamps entertained the guejfs (or several hoilrs befor? r*tr6Shin,ents of cake, mife and. iced drinks were served Lost night Miss Belly ald^ tr^'i ^ Chester Cald^ell Jr, and Harry ~ Mrs. Humphrey ils Hostess Cnfler Parr ^ entertained T with a|ville. sataimlng party antTpJcnlc In honor pi-Miss-Mar Jha and'Miss Doris Members of the Gty,I entertained jBsf. niglit at the homo o.f Mrs Nonel Huinphrey for «i f'yenlng spent playing bunco' High score prize |was receiver! 1» Mrs Robert, bunco by Mrs H C Blankcmshlp, and |ow hy Mrs Cljcle Eldndge. A sandwich plate'with Iced drinks was served. , , * ' • * Kennemore's Have Son i Mr arid Mis. Ol)orlcs Kennemoio of Osceoln nit the parents of a son horn ear)y;thls moinlng at Walls jidspital 'The baby, lltelr second child, has not yet been named They have another son, who is tvo Mis. Kennemore is the: former Miss Mlldrctl Wcntheis of.Bljthe- Wopdson ofjLH'Ue Rock,,and Sam ReeA'es of Lake Village, Ark, nil pucsts of Miss 'Woods in, Eugwie Mcbliire and'Miss' Wllion, guests of * Ben •• Lancashire,' and Harold Haynes Jr ;i of fort 1 ' Smith, ulio Is Ihe houseguest of his cousin, Ham Carter, Parr. The 25"guf.sts Here limited to felloV classmates of. the hostess and'the hosls in Biythevllle high school - J - ' > After shimming for ee^erq) flours at BJg'Lake a p|cn(c supper was sened, and later In the 'evening the guests went* to the Farr home on West Wj^nut srtere dancing, badminton and ping pogg >ere Olaj'ed , fl Chaperones for ^the evening were Mrs E B Woodson, Mr, and Mrs Chester Caldwell Sr, and Mr and Mrs Russell far/ Guests'Are Entertained At UNeuveClul? Party When Mrs ~"M N young entertained members of LaNeuve Club last night at the home of hei parents, Mr-and Mrs phurphllt Buck, she also i was hostess "to ,a number of guests -including 'Miss Peggy White, Mise ''Jpannetta Jeanne Se- bnuPh, Miss Betty Brooks Isaacs, Mrs Cqleman'gteveija, Mrs rjelson Camp any," Mrs Robert Phillips, and Miss Nancy Winbum of Arkadel- phla, hquseguest of Mr nnd Mrs Farmer Englan'd. The bridge tables were nrranged on the sunparch of the Buck home, nnd th e ^ha^ess .served, ^ced <jrir)ks and canapes, during the bridge times played during the evening High score prize among club members, went to'Mrs William Q Boyd and second high to Mrs Richard Bland Logan JrJ^ while Miss Peggy<White jW»s£hlg&'"amoni|:the guests A Rift"also was7 presented by {lie hostess i. (o Mjss .Sebaugli, bride-elect of Lieut Palp ,B B^lgs A frozen-salad cqurse~was served -at the conclusfon pf" the* evening Bridge Party Is Given i Miss Frances Little entertained members of the Double G Club and one guest, Miss Virginia Martm, last night at^her^ome on West V«}p Roses from Ihe garden were attractively arranged in the living -, room of the house, where the guests played bridge during t)ie evening High sfgre prize was wqn\by Mrs John LIppitt and second high 'By Miss Martin, and (he hostess served n dessert course Son Born Thursday M- and Mrs John Caudill are the laicnts of'a son born Thursday moinlng at Memphis Methodist Hospital The baby has been named Enteitain Foi Employees Mr. and.Mrs. S. C. Owens entertained employees of Robinson Drug Company at an Infpimul supper parly last night, at thpir'home 0|i Kentucky AveriucV Burcbcucd chicken, prepared over llje baibecue pit in the buck yai(l of the CKycns home, was a featuif) of the picnic menu served, T\velvc guesls *erc present nt the party. At the HoipibU Admitted— James .Lynn" Rogers, Bt 2, clLy. Mrs Melba colib, city W W Oodsey, Stcelc, Mo Mrs. W. M. 'Barker, Cooler, Mo. George Sowell, Caruthersvllle, MO Woody Toyvnson, Mnnlla. gllly Lane, Manila' Born to Mr.i find Mrs. - Charles •Kenneniore, Osccola, n son Insl night p)sin,lss>ed— Wnyne'Croucli, oily. Blythevllle Hospital Admitlccl- Mrs. c|orehe Griffin, city. Mrs. T:\yior Layton, city. Joyce Buchanan, city, Xanana Cirrmlnghurn, city. Dbmlsseil— "Delia Stout,- Hnyil, Mo. Betty Olllenwatci, cllj Margie Daugh).ery, city Dean Daughtciy, city Loyal Alken, New Madrid, Mo. Memphis Baptist Hospital Admitted— Mri Wolsle Kelsey, Joiner Mrs Lenoia Abbound, IJayti, tylo Jack Lackman, city Memphis Methodist 'Hospital Admitted— Mrs. O. E. Jnrman, Osccola. Mrs R N Mashnd, Osceoin Se'abees' Mascot Awaits Cure Legion Auxiliary Installs Officers Last Night Installation services were held las't'nljfht nt, the America)) Legion Hut, for new officers o( the Auxiliary, conducted by Mrs. Ed B. Cook, Immediate past president of the Fifth District of the organisation. 'Mrs. Joe Scruggs was Installed as to succeed Mrs. 0. B. Raggett. Other officers taking . of- ffceiwcre Mrs. Bryant Stewart, first vjcin president. Mrs. J. M. Cleveland, fepond vice preslclenl, Mrs. Marvin tjin'c, secretary, Mrs. Eddie Burks, Ircasurrr, Mrs. H. L. Halsell Sr., cho'plaln, Mrs. C. S. Baggett, hls- torto and Mrs. M, A. Mlddlcton, sergennt-al-arins, • •Reports on the twenty-third annual state convention held last week In Little Rock were given timing Hie business session by members who attended from the local. chapter, •' ; A social hour followed, when refreshments were served by Mrs. inlscll and Mrs. Carl Matthews, lostesses for the evening. Serv/fes /p> Mrs, Goaf) To Be Held Tomorrow . Last rites for Mrs. Henrietta Goad, iiemfycr of a pioneer' Biythevllle 'amlly, will IK held at 10 o'clock to- nori-ow morning nj. Cobh Funeral iomc with the Rev, S. B. Wllford )astor of the' First ''Methodist Church, and the Rev, Bates Sturd/ iastor of the Lake'Street Methodist "Jhurch, 1 officiating. Bijflal will !«| nactc at Maple Oi'oVc Cemetery, Mrs. Goad, C9, wife of Jess Goad died Monday night at her home on South Franklin. She was the daugh- -er of the Rev. K. T. Blythe, for vhom the tov;n was- naivied. ' Pallbearers will bo Ad Richards : ohn Walker, Prank Webb", Toin 'nines, Bill Mnloney and Harvey Stewart. .......... Jimmle Canlck, 7-year-old ofllclal mascot ot Uncle Sam's Seabees, Displays their kind of couiago as he nvvjils bpinol meningitis operation pt Ocean CKy, N J Son ot Mi and Mrs Lewis J Garrick of Pittsburgh, p a , he has been confined to wheelch.ilr for five years,, but lliat Seabee unlfoim with dog tags nnd official Insignia go a long \vny towon! bucking bfm up. Bits of Personal Meetings Theie will be a regular meeting of Clnekasa^ba loiige No 134 F & A M tomouow night, 1 3d o'clock nt the hnll The second lie- giee will lie conitncd, it >uas BII- shlpful innstci , by Dcv-ey Gentry, y,m Geoige Ann Stllwcll, Peggy Van Winkle 'aiicl.'Lnu'fn Swnln returned jcsterday urteinoon Horn (Jump Mlraintchee Hem Haul), Aik , wheie lliey spenticight.dnys. Mr., and Mrs. J. Mell Brooks Jr. imil.daughter, Judy, are visiting In Union; City,-Tenn., us guests of Mr and Mis A T Oloai and daughtci, Murjorle ;Betsy';Bell,' daughter of Mr. and Mi 1 , James Bell, returned Sunday nt^ht from Memphis v,hcio she spent seveinl duys wllh liei yinnd- nothcr, Mis Dougla 1 ! Bell, nnd hei -\\o aunts, Mrs 'Cjeoige Ejlsitlei nnd Miss Bernlce Bell. She was accom- Kintcd homo by Mlbs Bell who ic- .urped Moijtlay to Memphis Mrs, ,G, V Dws nnd diiiBhtci, Wlllugelic, left yesterday for Hulls, Terns, nlieio the v will l)e the guesls ol Mrs. Daws' mother for a week. Mi nnil lUrs Z A McCiilston i\e at (heli guest;. th)s week theh (laughter, Mis Hotel Kllraigtoi . (1 her daughtei. Miss Jane Kll- ylngton, Ijotli of Memphis, Mrs. Lnnler Reed -of-. Florence -H" will MJS J L Pelcison of Cappcilull Tenu, unlvcd sesteulaj moinlns; for n biicf visit liei Hllli Craning Eventi THUTiSDAY Mrs R C Rose enlerlalnlng Friday Luncheon Cliro, ' G N B Club meeting with Mrs Norville Humphrey heir sister, M|ss Angle Hood and 'niiilly. Miss Wllina Field of Jonesboro, Ark , was a weekend"gues.t of Mr. mil Mib Tnyloi Tuinljow al their iomc tit 10G pouga'n Street. Mi nnd Mis E B V/oodson und 'nmily have ns thel) guests Mrs. S S Reeves' and s.on, Sam, of Lnice Village, Aik nnd Miss Mamin nnd Vtlss.Doris Vvooclson, both of Litii'e Rock. Mil, Geoige Quauels of Capo 3linult.nii, Mo and hei brothpr 'j T T»r|ibo\v of si Louis, are s^end- HB the week here vvllh theh pnf- enls, Mi nnd Mrs Tayloi Tm'ii- Vl ow ' ~' Mi ni|d Jfis- Jqhn Rlggs of'Lit- le Rock^uic spending seveial day; "i nnd ^frs Auhrc' Defeat: Bond Issue The citizens, of. Polosi, Missouri •btetl down a. bond Issue to Increase he City's Indebtedness by 560,000.00 'or the purpose of purchnsing or nil.kfing ii mimlcipal electric '-plant n.ii special election held Tiicscjay. August 15th. The Arkansas-Missouri Power Coriwratlon serves his town of 2,017 population. Kellrcs Td'icc CHICAGO. (UP)— Col. Philip 11. 3rtppcn, 07, personnel director of Chicago police department, has retired from thp force for the second 'time In four years. He retired the (Irst time In 1940. when he rcachcil the compulsory retirement age of 03. but resumed his duties with civilian status because of 'the manpower shortage. ionwny. MAGNOLIA, Muss (UP)—A res- tntimnt sign explained the situation to coffee drhikers as follows Due to the shoitage of cream we mo shoil, of cieam" Do You Hate HOT FLASHES? If you suiter from hot flube^.feel weak, nervous, a bit bluo at times —<U1 due to tho functional "mlddle- egc' period peculiar to vomeu—try Lldla E Plm.ham'8 Vegetible compound to relievo fitlch B>mptqms. Moilo osiieclally tor women—if hilpsi iirc/ Follow label directions." Sootbc nnd cool burning smart and itch of hen trash with ^Ic•sfta^fl,•tllCEooll^ul^?, mcclic.itecl powder. Mejcaatui id not u t'ulp, but a clean, w|iitG inciljcntcd pow- .der, confaiiia ingrcdiefiia "winch nro ;6ften used by Bpe'cinlista for (ho relief of 'lliMCdiscomforts. JuatscirlnkleMcxauna .'\YP(t » V ' C J" your heatirntatcd skin atul see >how quickly jt'relieves Uicsalorme|itnjg .'m|scriC3. Coals little.' Kveii t-rc:iter fi.iv- linga ii> larger ' E\ZQS'. Dbmahd'Mcxsa Sale of TOYS Sec our windows fpv toys at ferrcaUy reduced prjccs. The Gift Shop Mndcrn Jfc Aiili<iue (.lilts .MOSS BRYAN MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP Phone 2532 Bring Vt Your Beauty Problem? Modem Kqulptnent Expert Beaullclana : ipii Shpwi Every Day Office Opens 1:48 Show Starts 2:00 USIEN TO KIXJN *L 12:41 f jn. 4:M »j, Jolui Wilhitf gaudllj Jf, The Caudlils have a daughter, Lucy, who is three V f * • Club, Guest Entertained Mrs W F Brewer plased bridge with members of the BI-Monthlj- Club yesterday afternoon when they were entertained by Mrs A E Huntley at her hQme on GJilckasaw? ba Avenue Roses and snapdragons decorated the living room of the home where the bridge tables nere arranged Light fefreshmejvts were served, and defense sjamps .awarded fp Mrs G W Pyles for high score and to Mrs S P Martin for second high ' CARD OP THINKS For jour ipnny couiteslcs nncl your devoted considcmtton iiionn us in our hours of sorrow, we wish to tlianl, jou most ilnceiclj Such friendship and assistance can nevei be forgotten. 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