The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 28, 1944 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, August 28, 1944
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PAGE-TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, AUGUST 28, 1944 Corning Events * ' TUESDAY Miss Marjf Helen Moore, entertaining La Ncuve Club. Mrs.' John Llppllt ,enterUlnlnt Double G Club /„ ' WEDNESDAY,. 0 Club'Eight, mee'ttnK ",lrtth Mrs. Paul Jobe. THtrRSDA.7 Mrs J 0 Bills Sr, entertaining Friday LunclietK) Club. ; , FRIDAY C B C. Club meeting *Sth Mrs C. J Little '' * ' '" " '' Mis H C Blankenshtp entertaining G.NB, Club/ •!00 Club meeting with Mrs. Tim Estes i , ; Miss Mary Adah Robinson entertaining vvith luncheon at Hotel Noble honoring Miss Jeannetta Jeanne Sebaugh Mr and Mrs. C. V. Sebaugh entertaining with dinner at Hotel Noble honoring Miss Jeafmetla Jeanne Sebaugh and Lieut Dale S Brlggs or Tulsai Okla Mrs W S'Eastbum entertaining Initial Club. Mrs. langston Entertains Honoring Mrs. Dulilho Mrs A^igustc Dufilho or New Orleans, houseguest'Of her skier, Mrs. Cornelius Modinger_Sr., and family, wns a guest of honor at a morning bridge given Saturday morning by Mrs C 5 Langston at her countij' home at NumberjNlne Guests «ere limited to members of the 'Town and Country Club, ot whtc)j both Mrs Modlnger and Mrs Langston are members, Mrs Mnrvln "Nunn, Mrs. Walker Baker and the^Jionoree Bridge,was played throughout the morning- houn, with hlgli srore pri?e nttaided Mrs. Ked nuthei- ford anj! second hlght Mrs O. W. McCutchen. Mrs. DUfilho.also was Social Glitter Replaced By Peace Parley At Stately Oaks \Bitsof News Mostly, ^Personal In stalely, serene Dumbarton Oaks, once the social center of Washington, delegates of the United Slates, Great Britain iiml Russia 'arc hold- an International Security Conferences, whose objective Is world peace project in 1800, when the government, consisting of 12G ' persons, moved Its meager archives anil effects from Philadelphia mid set up shop, in the upstart 'Village on the Potomac. . . ' . . CALHOUN SLEPT 'HERE In the early 1800's the house was bought arid sold agajn to James B. Callioun. He loaned it to his brother, John C. Calhoun, who lived there u year as Secretary of War, two years as Vice President. Four other owners occupied It before Mildred and Robert Woods Bliss bought the mansion In 1920, remodeled It, enlarged the gardens and mimed the whole presented hostess. with a gift from her A low bawl of roses foimed the centerpiece foi the luncheon table whore riVtyo course luncheon vms served qt the i»on: hour: * • * Miss Evelyn Adams Weds In California Ceremony The Carriage of Miss Evelyi Frances^Adams of Armorfcl to Hugl Edward,.Tate of • Huhtington Park Calif., formerly of Armorel, is an nounced' today by ""the bride' mother" Mis J. H Adams o Aimorejj The tceremony was solemnize* Monday-afternoon, 3.30 o'clock, 1 the chtrpel ot the First Baptls, Churchttin Huntington Park, wit , Dr Wfilter Pegg, pastor ol the chitrdv officiating in the presence of a small group of friends The btlde wore a tailored dress nt ponder blue ciepe with black accessories," nnd carried n white | " prayer took topped with a single v.hite orchid Mi£ Howard Games of Huntington Pnrk, the former Miss Velma By ANN NEA Staff Correspondent WASHINGTON, Aug. 00.—Dumbarton Oaks, where the' lot of-the Common Man Is now.the subject of Important discussions of the International Security Conference, was once the center of Washington's social high-jinks. The magnificent, rambling estate- is headquarters for delegates of the United Stales, Russia and Great Britain ns they meet to ponder the future government of Hie world. In Us.earlier history, Dumbarton Oaks was noted < for stately inuslcnlcs where visiting royalty were entcr- iilnecl. The famous and would-be amous fell over themselves with lellght nl an invitation to attend, "Informal conversations on the •eneral nature of an international organization for the maintenance of peace and security" will go on 'or the next few weeks in the vast! brick house which buzzes quietly during the school .year with the scholarly historical delving of Harvard research experts. The library nnd early Byzantine art collections housed by the late-Georgian red brick structure, plus 10 acres of rolling lawn and formal terraced gardens, were turned over to Harvard University in 1910 by The Honorable and Mis. Robert Woods Bliss. . • ' IMPRESSIVE PROJECT : They bought the estate in 1920, railed It the answer to tlielr dream Mi', and Mrs. Fred May of Detroit, Mich., returned home last night after n week's visit here with his mother, Mrs. Leln May, and his sister, Mrs, Helen Caldwell. Mrs. Belle Wood, Mrs. Ramse; Duncan and Mrs. W. M. Burns re turned last night from MemDhi. where they spent the weekend will Mr. and Mrs. J. B. MeCord and family. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel P. Noril nnd daughter, 'Jleen, and J. A O'Bryant returned last night froi ii wc'ck's vacation spent In Ho Surlngs. Miss Helen Alexander spent th weekend In Stcele, Mo., as the gucs of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Do Alexandei Pvt, James Clyde Bunch arrive Saturday from Ellington Flck Texas, to spend his furlough with his wife and family, and his mother, Mrs. Kate Bunch at Yarbro. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wadllngton and daughter, Pauline, of Memphis, nml MISs Rosalie Duclos, who Is attending Draughnn's Business College in: Memphis, -spent yesterday here with Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Duclos. , 7.. Miss Nnhcy Hughes has returned from Memphis, where she has been attending Summer school at South-, western. ; . ; Mrs. Fred Fowler and children, adelphla In West Memphis, who •111 accompany them here for a visit Ith her daughter, Mrs. England, nd Mr. England. Pvt. Billy Stovall ot the Marine Corps, who lias completed his boot raining at San Diego, Calif., was .o arrive today uy plane to spend Ms 10-dny furlough here with his jarents, Mr. and Mrs. W. I!. Stovall Mrs. W. H. Jones and sons, Harry and John White, all of Parogould, spent yesterday here as guests ol Mrs. Junes' daughter, Mrs. Floyd A VVhlte and family. Mr,- and Mrs. Freeman Robinson lave returned from Hot Springs where they spent several days while Mr, Robinson attended the FFA convention there. Ueut. Dick White ot the Army Air Forces at Eapld City,, S. D., ar rived yesterday afternoon to spend a week's leave here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd A. White and his brother, John White. Mrs. K. A. Hale is spending i week .with her son, James C. Ha!' nnd family in Marlon, Ark. Mr. and Mra. Harry W. Halne left this afternoon for Gulfport Miss., where the v will visit thel son, Pvl, Harry A. Unities, who stationed there at Keesler Field. Mrs. W. M. Scruggs has been dismissed from Blylhcville Hospital, where she-has hecn recuperating from n major operation performed two weeks ago. ; Mrs; L. A.. Moore, Mrs. J. E. Green, Mrs. Manola Anderson arid Miss Geneva Hill will spend tomorrow in Memphis. Miss Eunice Brogdon Is III with cold at her home at 110 Holly itrcet. • George Hubbard Jr., arrived last light from Chicago, where he has ieen ! attending the leadership cliool ns leader of singing. He will )e here with his parents, Mr. and .frs. G. G. Hubbard for 10 days jefore returning to University of Tennessee, Knoxvllle, for his jun- or year of college work. Mr!'and Mrs. J. C. Ellis Sr., and tirs.JW. H. Holcombe returned yesterday afternoon after a week's Dumbarton Oaks. Two new wings were added In 1940 to house the Byzantine Collection and Research Llbrnry. On Wednesdays and Saturdays little bands of schoolchildren are likely to be seen herded by their ieach- s through Dumbarton Oaks to e the wondrous sights of medle- .1 art. Future generations may gaze .til awe at the place where first nns for the x new world govern- cut were made. of a country home near n city, conjured up during years of professional diplomatic nomadism. Mr Bliss, now Special Assistant to the Secretary of State, is a former Minister' to Sweden and Ambassador to Argentine. Diplomatic posts have taken him to Puerto Rico, Venice Petrogiad, Brussels, Buenos Aires Title to the Dumbarton Oak. bride's :She wore a "f!-":lL,.""" l ?_ a l!!. t -J* r ^'.?.l."^ Property goes back lo Col. Nlnla Beall, a Scotsman from Diunbar ton, who got it by royal grant i 1102. His grandson sold ; it to Wll two niece suit. of black, with a corsage of white gardenias iMr. Garhes was Mr. Tale's best man ,~ Immediately following the .cere- liam Dorsey, .first judge orphan's court set up by mony, Mr. and Mrs Tale left for a brief? wedding trip before re- .turninuj" to ' Huntlngton Park to make their home where he Is em- plojed »l the Aluminum Company of America Both ' the bnde and groom attended "school al Amiorel and the bride formerlv was emplo\ed at the Lee Wilson Company office in • Armorel.' Mr. Tate is (he - son of Mr and Mrs. T. E.. Tale of Mc- Coiiib, Miss. t « « . Daughtei Bom Yesterday 'Sergl. :: . and Mrs. Thomas B. Tinker are the parents of a daughter born last, night at Blythevllle Army Air Field Hospital. The baby •Jias been named Donnn Foye. Mrs. Tinker is the .former Miss of th Tlioma Jefferson. In 1600 Mr. Dorsey be gan to build the 12-ioom hous which is now the center section. It must have teen an impresslv Blossom Graham, daughter of M anil Mrs. H. E. Graham Sr.,' wit whom she Is making her hoir while Sergeant Tinker Is In El gland. utters Leg Fracture When Kicked By Horse O. S. Rollison fractured his leg ntui'day but he didn't know I ntil today. When a horse kicked him lancing blow, while feeding scv rnl horses at his sawmill In the ride Subdivision, he thought the ijury of a "minor'.".attire until to- ay when the' pain teu.u.-.o In* cnsc. An x-ra v revealed a bone frac- urc'd below the knee and as a rc- ult the leg will be set In a cast. He is at Blythcville Hospital. Fred Jr., Bill, Jerc, Elizabeth Ann and Joe Ed, who have been making their home In Jacksonville, Ark., left this afternoon for Knoxvllle, Tenn., after « brief visit here with Mrs. Fowler's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Barnett. Mr. Fowler, who has been employed In government work In Incksonvlllc, has been transferred to similar work in Knoxvllle, where ils family will Join him. Marvin Nunri returned yesterdaj from Hot Springs, Ark., where he spent several days. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Nick Thomas o: Hopkinsville, Ky., and tlielr grand daughter, Mrs. Herbert Sapin and son, Nicky, of St. Louis, hnve-ar rived for a brief visit: with thel daughter, Mrs. Hubert Potter and Mr. Potter. Mrs. Thomas will !«; here for 10 days before going to Memphis for a visit with ner sun, J; Nick Thomas Jr., and family there, while the others will return Wednesday to Hopkinsville. Evelyn Jane Hatcher, who has siwnt the Summer in Hot Springs. Ark., with her grandmother, Mrs. president Roosevelt has appointed Lieut.-Comdr. Julius A. Ki'Ug, above, as acting chairman of the War Production Board, during Donald M. Nelson's absence In China. Kiug has been \VPB vice chairman since February, 1943, and as TVA engineer has headed the Office ol War Utllllies. .dmIUed-. Ola DeLorce Walker, Luxora. ' Walls Hospital Wmitted: E. V. Stutts, Manila. , E. J. McCall, city. Dismissed— Aubrey Childs, Luxora. Kalhryn Harris, Caruthersvllle, do.. Gwendolyn Harris, city. Ethel Hale, Armorel. G. W. Padgett, Burdetto. Mrs. Clay Lamb', Stcele, Mo. Mrs. Charles Kinnlmore and baby, Osceola. Mrs. T. B. Renfro, Luxora, Salesladies Wanted! Experienced. For general ready to wear store, permanent posl- 6oxJG,Courier-News visit in Vandalia, Dayton and Cincinnati. Ohio. Herbert Swearlngen Jr., who has jeen', attending Summer school at University of Arkansas, Payette- ville, arrived Saturday for a visit with his parents, Mr. mid Mrs. Swenringcn Sr., and family. ; Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe Travis and daughter, Cynthia Jo, of Memphis have- returned home after a visit of 10 days here with Mrs. Travis' At The Hospitals Blylheville Hospital Admitted- Frank Cackley, Armorel Robert Smith, city. Betty Helen Cnrncs, city. Mildred Kemp, Marked Tree. Irene Bcasley, city. Bunk Moore, Armorel. O. S. Rollison, city, ibtnlssed— Patricia June Jones, city. Lucy Smith, Hennondale, Mo. Mrs. W. M. Scruggs, city. Mrs. Albert Tate, Portageville, lo. Mrs. James Adams, Pascola, Mo. Memphis Methodist Hospital MARGARET'S BEAUTY 8BOP 1H 9. Fin* Phone 2532 Bring Us Your Beauty Problems Modern Equipment Bxpert Beauticians parents, Mr. inent. Mrs. Jack Oz- Meetings The Lone Troop Association the Girl Scouts will meet tonight 8 o'clock, r.l the Little House. One hundred thirteen tons of rater arc deposited on each acre ol ground by one Inch of rainfall. Ben Green, has returned home here. ( t >, • , fctiry Alice Wroteri, daughter of \0r. onrt Mrs. C. R. Wroten, has returned from Pine Blurt, Ark., where' she spent several days with her grandparents. Mrs. Farmer England and her sister, Miss Nancy Wlnburn of Arka- dclphla, Ark., nnd Mrs. Worth D. Holder, spent today in Memphis. Enroute home tonight th'ey plan to meet Mrs. H. U. Wlnburn of Ar- Female Weakness v (fllw fine Stomachic Tonic) <* Lydla E. Pinkham's Compound la /ampin to relieve periodic pain urid ac<jorapanylog nervous, wenk, tired- out feelings—all duo to functional monthly disturbances. Mnde, especially forVomen— it help* nature! Follow label directions. LYDlftE. PINKHAM'S ^'S GOOD HEALTH DESERVES THE BEST WATER; Bad Health Demands It Over five million American Homes have ordered the F»mon« MOUNTAIN VALLEY MINERAL WATER From HOT SPRINGS, ARKANSAS. It Is reliable—an aid In treatment ol Arthritis, Rheumatism, Kidney, Bladder, and many Intestinal disorders. It stimulates Kidney elimination. For Particulars, Free health booklet. CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP Main & Division BlytheTUIe, Ark. l.tNTKiat MUCHB Jomnimetdo coitor.s and Itattn because iheft' action is unanlrelliil. 5, fUiNWMKlNC man i lots more rutimt to get things white. Thij »!so "a Verjr rurd OB ftbrici. 3. WITH Ftwi* joa ctn (void both dingcts. Used u directed, Purer whiWoj pJM/j-wiih cnlnIM i • V. tior^Siftr thui inferior ' bUiches Or txtti tub. birig. I.ioen< list linfut, U.IOVt GHOCBTi j. MIX* HAJ COHTIOUII * . ACl|ON-OCNtHTO COITONI,ANf UNIHI PURBX Your Invitation Burdette Plantation Will Have Its SECOND ANNUAL VISITOR'S WEEK from August 27th to Sept. 3rd Inclusive for all who wish to see our extensive variety testing and breedisg work with cotton, corn and Soybeans We have 154 cotton varieties and strains, 238 corn varieties and strains, and 480 soybean varieties and strains under test—all la- beted for your study. Come and learn with us how to increasa yields for the war effort. f nt er Our Cotton Yield Judging Contest Our Herd of Registered Durocs Will Be Available for Your Inspection. BURDETTE PLANTATION Located 8 Miles South of Blythevillc On U. S. Highway 61 8URDETTF, ARKANSAS C. F. Tompkim Manager Hays Sullivan Asst. Manager. G. A. Hale Agronomist Continuous Showi Efery D»y Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KI.ON I:H •*. KM p.m. <:3* Sale of TOYS See our windows for toys ai greatly reduced prices. The Gift Shop Modern & Antique Gifts MOSS BRYAN Last Time Today Tampico with I.ynn B:u-i and lidward (i. ItoMnson Paramount News and Short Subject Tuesday I THOUGHT THIS BOTTLE OF OR, PEPPER WOULD BRING YOU *Lt>r *< i.ii-tG,il*'«3v*B>rTj»if Bt«J «[-» * a* tO I f«oi l*-uejc it • i--"" r ''J *T **•"• *•*•*- "H ' j "TbtO I aa Jimrt • A CRICOX RABlN'OV'rTO! Prnlar &wt! IUCESE TRENX[ . Dw(«tJ t,jr ItUt Oitp I HrorjXnlir • Rrf«*d tt«w UNHID AR.T1JTS You started to call Information. Then you remembered that Information's switch- lioard was loaded with necessary calls. ; So you looked in your own directory nnd found the number in 30 seconds. i'Your half minute helped to speed a vital war service. Give Your TIME TO BABY Send Your WASH TO US Any psychologist will tell you that a good start in life is highly important to your child's later development. Sanitary laundering helps to insure baby's health. Enjoy peace of mind, send your wash to us. ND WA IAINDRY^[LE4NERS PHONE «4 ~ BLYTHEVILLE,ARK. FILMED UNDER n- ^ HHE' W»»0»«tTK«T B ISlfci i f •* , The gripping, ' front-lins fury of our boys against the Japs! !L L ,!"i'iTtm| 0 ™& Bt pio BIDIP »icium. iMt. M»ltne« 8»t. & Sun. Only Opens each night C:-15; starts 'J Openi Sunday 1:00; Start* 1:11 OntlnnoDj Shows Stt. »ni San. B»ri»ta Night Every Nlilit tict»* Saturday. N* fUM* honored on 3ra(ar tf. the K*XT. SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS, properly designed, arc remembered always. Our flowers are always fresh, nnd all work Is guaranteed to please. Let our expert designers help you with your floral needs. FLOWER SHOP F.T.D. Service We Deliver Anywhere Pii. 491 Mrs. J. M. (Mac) Williams, owner Glencoc Bids. /J6/U4 ^-// A ;; 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 Mrs. Dilton C. 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