. PAGE-TWO BLYTHEVILLE (AIU<.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, AUGUST 29, 1944 Coming Events •"THtlfcSDAY" ' Mrs ' J C,%0lls Sr,, entertaining FrMay. Lun<*e>n!G}ub , . ?1 ,', rkib^Y k C B C Cm mating with tars C J Uttle i,.j i rt ., (.1 Mrs'H C BUrifcenshlp entertain ing QjIfiB Club i >• -i. - .t , 400 Club meeting 'with 'Mrs. Tim Estes ' Miss Mary Adah Robinson entertaining Ttlth luncheon at Hotel Nolle honoring Miss Jeannetta Je-vnne- Sebaugh \ Mr and Mrs C V Sebaugh en- teitalnlng with dinner at Hotel Noble honoring Uto Jtangetta Jeanne Sebaugh 'a9a.tte.ut Dale S Brlggs of Tulsti. Okla X ' f Mrs W S Eastburn entertaining Initial Club ~ The,' Ladles Bible Class of First Methodist C|iurpl^ ulll lia\e a pat luck supper "j(t ihe church, 7pm Mrs.' Logan Compliments Miss Je'annetta Sebaugh Another in the series^ of pirlles which have been given for Miss .Teannelta , Jeanne Sebaugh prior to her marriage nqxf Satufdaj evening to Lieut D,Ble S , BrlggS of Tulsa* Okla was a brunch and kitchen shower given jesterdny morning bj . Mrs ftlcard Bland lagan. Jr The', affair, attended by 12 of Sebaugh s rnost lnt]mate " ' friends, "was given at Mrs Logan's home on ^ist 1 £Ialn Street, , Assorted garden (loners »ere at ' tractively arranged'throughout the entertaining "ropin 1 ; \»i]& y t)ie gifts uere, piese ; ntea"~ (o the guest of 1 --' roailset un^ Jimmy Hemy Entertains -iononng C. G. Redman Jr. Jimmy Hemy, son of. jifri and Mrs J Wilson Henry, entertained i night with a waffle .Clipper, at his home at 523 North' Division, complimenting C. O. iiediiiaii Jr., «ho will leave Sept. 15 for. Castle Heights' Military Academy nt Lebanon, Tenn; A pink and while color scheme was' carried out with giant pink zllnuias forming the centerpiece for the;dinlng table. • ;.' Games and contests were played during the evening. Out-of-Town Guests Honoied Saturday Night Mr. and Mrs. LnFayette May entertained Saturday night with a family dinner honoring Mr. and Mrs. Fred May of Detroit, Mich., who have been the guests of Ihch mother, Mrs. Lcla May, and tlieti ler, Mrs. C. A. Caldwell, for the past vveok: following dinner the guests spent the evening in "visiting" with the guest,'; of honor. Mr. and Mrs. May 'returned Sunday night to Detroit. * • * Have Business Meeting 'Twenty-two'mcmbc'r's' of the Woman's Soclely of Christian Service. Lake .Street Methodist met yesterday afternoon Church at, the church for a business','meeting. Mrs Allen Van Winkle gave the devotional.' followed by prayer bj Mrs. A. L. Reagan. , ,The business meeting was prcsid- ..,...., . , s . . ed over-by' the' president, Mis. W. Ijwior In a huge roaiket un*el L Grecll| wi , 0 nlso ,||. smlssc(1 Ule Tiny aprons, formed,j|hc place, mcin i, crs \otli niaycr. tards wjijch marked the places of • • the i.uesj^ ~ ^ )P f Brunjh »os served buffet blvlo and Miss Sfibaugh was presented v Ith an jintsfesling os$orlii)ent of gifts for lier ^kitcrien. s Circle Meetings Ale Held Members' of the Women s Missionary ynion (jf nrst Baptist Church rr/etjyesierday^ afternoon In circle grou^H/sil!) Mrs C R Wroten hostess* to !,nine r members of Circle One itfrs g f M, Smalt gave the SffjP'ujrg (ygfon. f m ' connection jiyufhe r study course and prajers jere offerecLby Mrs F E. Woodson unA Miss Cordeliaj\Vilh'te Five rriei}ilJer3 i Qr"'CircI? Two met with Mrs,.J,-,T vWestbrookT when one visitor, Mrs J J Ewing also was present ,_The devotional »«' g» en b> 3Jr;T Charles Ray New comb, and^Ptajers 'sere offered bs Mrs O XC rHajto and Mrs,' Ted King 5!?^?* 'A> V' . ., T ' , Circle Three jnet with Mrs Harrj Fntzius ^villf 11 members and om visitor, Mrs'Susls'Dunlap present Th« devotional "on the topic of "The Lord's Guidance , was 'given by Mrs 'R~J"G Cash, followed bj prayer by Mrs Ebb Caison Ihe lesson was^taiivht bj Mrs H H Brooks andSclosing prayers \\cre given b s Mrs' R. E Blaylock nni Mrs. Tom W Jackson Mrs Kendall* Bern entertalnei ECV en memoeST ol circle Four, and two visitors Mrs T E Atkinson ind Mrs 'M- J Layton Prftyer were given by Mrs, C E Johnson ind Mrs J ^'W Adams, and the lesson was taught by Mrs Ray mond'Sohrriuck; Circle Fivp was entertained b: Mrs Walter Bishop y'-en 10 mem ebrs attended Frajer was given b 1 Mrs TJ R~ shepherd followed b; the study course under (he direc tion of'Mrs 6ishop Closing pray er was'offered"by Hrs'R, W Wool en — ^ A social hour followed the pro gram at each meeting, and refresh ments were served bj the hostesses • * * Son Born Yesterday Pfc and Mrs Thomas J Ball o 115 East Ash Street, are the parent of a son born yesterday morning a Blytheville Army Air Field Hosp' tal. The bay,.their, first; child, ha ^ been named Stephen James Ball s Mrs Ball is the former Miss Ma „•* non Johnson diughtcr of Huby Baker Johnson , ]elebiates 15th Birthday I • • • i * , .' , ' ' '; • ' Bonnie Sue Cook, daughter of r and Mrs M E.. Cpoh,. entcr- incd 20 BUCSU \Yediiestlay nlgfil t he) home iu Op'siiell In colebra- pn of her 15th birthday'.'' ' Qames and coiHiSsl's were pin; __. i tl]e laun'foi s'cVerarhours, and atei the gioup gathered \lri' llv vln? room for group singing Aftei the (,ifU h'ad been 'opene'c Jonnlc Sue, assisted by'lier moth- served birthday' cake and iced rinks'. . '•_' Sun Dodgers Boom! The heat being v.nnl it is, two blcacherites take to cover m (.__ new-fjngled sun helmets <U recent .Biooklyn game. Dpn'f Envy Poor War Wife, ^ Has Pro&lerns, Job' ', * . ..... .' r '' -~ homo ^aynnond f /Moore Of New Madrid' deceives Medal Wounded In the 'Invasion o 'ranee Seigt Charles Rnymoii. Moore'of New'Madrid, Mo., brothc of''Rbbcrt Moore of Blytheviile;'ha been awarded the Order of the Pur ;ile Heart. Wliile"flghtiug near St, Lo, France, July 12, Sergeant Moore was vvonnd- ed In the bad md foot biit an op- erilion Intel performed in England was successful and he Is recovering. Sergeant Moore lias been iii foreign service three years, having gone overseas six -months after .lie cn- lislcd In the Army. Most, of the time has been spent in the Atlantic area, having been on duty on several Islands there but had not seen action i until invasion of France. His medal was sent to his foster parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ptinl Fitzgerald, of New Madrid. He also has. a- half-brother,. Victor Welch of \Vyatt, ;Mo. Silk From Shells Royal robes were once made from silk furnished by pen shells found along :the Mediterranean. Thls.niol- liisk spins the silk to moor its shell to the rocks .' ... ,j t I l!y RUTH MIMETT Service. ..wives, silting at alone and .'without, much inoncy to spend,, Boiiietiines speak bitterly of .he, "hicKyJvv'Rinen. whose husbands ire sllll.yvyitli tliem ' particularly .hose .wHbse.'incn are drawing'down 'at. (lay'.clicck? iii \far p|anfs. .But those ("hicky" women have Iheii' trqub.Ies, 'too., Over, nnd pver Jgaln llie v .:write ' 'of .the' troubles iliiit. haye : : cqnie Itilo. their 'Hye.s along vyVtli tlielr'husrjnnds' Iii g pay A typical letter cninc today from a woman wro say's she has .been iiiar- rieil 18 ypnis, njid in thai time built up n flue companionship with her hiisbantl.' Always In tin past she accompanied him.on fishing troops,' etc.;;ahd they had'good limes 'together..".:. .Now the. .husband is eaiiiini lot of money,' In a war planl, But he Isn't : saving It or spending It on his family, lie Is (hrowinf; 1 away.jon the .yoiiiig girls who wort along beside hi "" ' ' " ' r ho, beci •oinig mcii nroiini), arc using lliefi "Inltcry and .tl^pir coinc-oii on, any 'ainlly man with! enough money ii lis pockets to., show them a good [line. STICK TO JOBS This wife says: "All the partie are stag affairs now. At Icnsl.iii wives are invllcd. A man who want eel to take his wife with him on a parlj would be considered a Ii'cak. . 71ie most pitiful ' thing ' about those letters Is the fact that ihera Is nothing much to tell^vvlves, that will help them. They are doing what they know they . must do— sticking to the Job.of running their homes and looking after their chlK dren, trying not to let, their bitterness and indignation drive them Into the divorce cp»rts, <! ancl telling /•Hcljt Nature Relieve HONTHLY-N FEMALE PAIN You who suffer sucli pn\n with tVteil, nervous,- "dragged' out" feelings- all due to functional periodic disturbances—start at once—try Lydln, E.'Plnkliahi's' Vegetable Compound to relievo such symptomsjQit&dG especially for women—1C helps nature/ Also a grand stomachic tonic. Follow label directions. ' : ln|. in the ufaiil, and tlici'c aren'C' . mans hemsel'ye's 'their husbands have icen hit by wartime restlessness ,11^ may get 'over il'ln' liiric. But- how they would ' 1m(gh if hc v coultl hear themselves called 'lubky" 'women,' or '/women' that he war hasn't touched. At The Hospitals Walls ifcpll'al ' AdmlUecl: Mrs. Olha Browii; bell. Margie ctlll, .Oscebla. Lottie Mae Jones citj Bert Limb Jr ells Dismissed E. J. Mc'Call, city. Billy Lane, Manila. llhtheville Dismisseil: Mis Maiy B Lev an city Mrs.'lnez Gray, city. Mrs Lmm Bargci aud b-\by cits Memphis Baptist Itospltil Admittctl ,i Miss Lcla Pajne Bass'ett ' King cobras other :uakcs. eat hut "B^om! All gone!" was how 23- month-old Diana tyicCleqr of New Vork City descnbecj her 30-foot fall from window She landed on her feet, unmjuied. with Mrs. Wclcnkninp's bvolhcr, Lieut, (j. g.) James Terry Mrs' 7'crry and their two children',' Lieutenant Terry has been stationed in New York, with the Navy for: the past s/jveni! months, Miss Irene Morgan has returned to her home In DeWltt, Ark., after a visit of several days with Mr r.nd. Mrs, C. M. Gray'.'Miss Morgan' who formerly taught' iii the Biy- Ihevllle tchools, now U teacher In Hie Northeastern State College at Tallcquah, pkla.' Mrs, jj. Cecli : LoH-e and son,'jimmy, and Mrs.'Russe.ll Barham and daughter, \yahda, spent yesterday lii Memphis, where Jimmy, uiider- weiit a physical checkup. •'!'!'•./ Corp. .'Clarence Johnson arrived Saturday night. from his post at Jackson, Miss.,' to spend a 10-day furlough here with his mother, Mrs C. E. Johnson and famllj'. II. O. Walls and his mother, Mrs L..; Vf. ' Gilbert, both of Hoiisloh Texas, arrived last Thursday to spend their vacation here wllh' relatives,.joining Mrs. Walls and' their Infant sail, who have been visiting her mother, Mrs. S. P. Lee and family for the past several weeks Mr..and Mrs. Walls and their son' and Mrs.',Gilbert all will return to Houston next, Monday. .Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Haley have returned after a week's visit In Memphis uhd Rlpley, Tehn., where they were guests of relatives. In Memphis they visited Mr. Haley's sister. Mrs. P. C. Hariri arid Mr. Hahn, and in nipley were the guests of Mrs. Haley's brother, Ver- itori Pet.ers and Mrs. Peters. . L-. .A. Cbthren, who suffered a stroke." l.ist .Tuesday, is In a critical condition at his home on South Division Street. ; .Bert Lamb Jr., underwent a mi- idr operation today at Walls Hos- -ijtal". ' .'; Mrs. Mary B. Levan, mother of tfrs. J. L. Newsom, was dismissed r.om Blytheville Hospital today af- er. havljig been" a patient" "there or Hip past several .syeeks. Mrs. LevBn"sii'ffered'a.Broken"lilp in a (pll some weeks ago, and Is now In a cast. Miss Sarah Hill left this afternoon for her home In Greenwood, S. c., after having spent the Summer as the guest of her uncle, James Hill Jr., and Mrs. Hill. J. P. Pride Sr., Is undergoing treatment for arthritis at Yeterans' Hospital In'Memphis;' " Miss Patricia" Orr of' College Station, Texas, arrived Sunday for a brief visit with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. R. I: Haley, and Mrs. W. P." Orr, She Is eiiroii'fe lio'me after spending the Summer In Washington, D. C., with her father, Joe on 1 , who Is doing goy- miment work there for. the durp- lirjn, The Orr family, who have beeij living in College Station for ''llip past several s'Cars where Mr. Orr was a teacher at Tesas A. & M. College, will move to Washington In October. Bits of ( Mostly,'.Personal " Mrs. A. H. Wetenkain)) left Pri- Ji'y nfter "live Week's spent here With her mother, Mrs. E. M. Terry, while captain WctcnkaniUj was attending a special school in Daylon, Ohio, in connection with his duties with the Army. She joined him in pay Ion and they now have gone to New York, where Captain \VetenUmp will be sl:;tioiieil and eie they will make their home Sqle of TOYS See uur windows for toys at reduced prices. he Gift Shop Modern •& Antique Gifts' MOSS BRYAN SALESLADIES WANTED 11 c 11 ( ^-' ' : . •'•• • '•' Experienced. For general ready to wear store. Permanent position. Box JG 7 Courier News Gdrrard Caudill Home From Sauthwost Pacific Garrard Caudill, son of Mr.'and Mrs. G. G. Caudill. arrived home ast night after having received a medical discharge from thq Army after 18 months service In' 'the Southwest Pacific. ' Mr. ana Mrs. Caudill and Mis Garrard Caudill motored lo Memphis to accompany him home. MAKGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP 1M 8, «rrt ' Phone 2532 Bring Us Your Beauty Problems Modern Equipment ,. Expert Beautician] Cootinooas Shows Box Office U[)u-(ia 1:45 Bhovv Starts 2:00 . LISTEN TO KLCN I:N IJB. 12:45 p.m. 4:S» P ' ' s ' Tuesday and leaves ~ LIVING DEATH! Stop her before ttw biter. . .with FLIT! Flit It ludden death to all mosquitoes. Ye»l \ ' Eve'ra tJi» dread Anopheles , . . the mosquito yl that carrjei malarifc-from a tick man to you L . . . the mosquito you can tell, because it •tencf» on ?(s he&d ... IB easy to kill with Flit. Buy an ampfft supply of Flit, today I oa b| Mi^ «t Qi I »nJ \Vu» TUMI • BJ u4 upon 4 id j Tit CuI Iiaat Lm njitJ • SfrtK pLij-tj AVo >jn<TirJ 4 jLmtl i A CHtCOa RA B1NOV ITCH Prulucikn • ,\3*C*J • t IUGINE FKFSKE . DiitnrJ b; HJor O.tj' U4 lint UMTEU ^RTliTS FILMED WER FLIT Just Received-Shipment of (M ,-r J> r- r- ^ . ' ~ ":•,'.'. '-c: -,•;'. The Supply |s Limited—Buy Now . 1 if ii/'H'», i*- .: ; i.,'.,; ,.,, —Don't Wait and Be Disappointed HUBBARD HARDWARE co Your Invitation Burclette Plantation Will Have Its SECOND ANNUAIVISITOR'S WEEK , f. • y ; ;'.'•/ _i , .^ • *..; ,f ^ ; \T^ from August 27th to Sept. 3rd Inclusive ,\' - ' • ' ' '' •--..--•' for qllwho wish to see our extensive variety testing arid;breedisg work with'ccitfohj corn •and Soybeans ' We have 154 cotton varieties and strains, 238 corn varieties and strains, and 480 soybean varieties and strains under test—all labeled for your study. Come and learn with us h'pw ; to increase yields for the war effort. ;•• ^.'i i^un «•<!.• v '.-.. Enter Our Cotton Y/§W Judging Contest killsfllei,'ant(, moths, b edbu gs and «H mosquitoes. INSTEAD OF BRINGING YOU AN APPLE, ; HOW ABOUT ME BUYING- YOU A DR..PEPPER AFTER 5CHOOL THE BATTLE . FOR NEW BRITAI Wednesday Thursday and Friday SAMillt'OOLDWYN'S , Our Herd of Registered Dufocs'^ Will Be Available for Your Inspection. BURDETTE PLANTATION '"' '"L'ocftlcd 8 Wiles SotjUi'of Blytlieville"6ii fl/S.'Hit'lnvay ci ' BURDETTE, ARKANSAS C. F. TpmpkJus Manager ,• , Hays Sullivaii Asst. Manager. G. A. Hale Agronomist m fei fusii&i ^ llsmi.t twiti GOOD HEALTH DESERVES THE BEST WATER; BacJ Health Demands If. Over nTe.inlllidh Amcrkin Homes have ordered Ihe Famons MOUNTAIN VALLEY MTNEttAL 'WATER From HOT SPRINGS, ARKANSAS. It Is reliablc^an aid in treatment of Arthrllla, Rheuniallstn, Kidney, Bladder, and many intestinal atsorders. It Stimulates Kldrjey elimination. For Particulars, Free health" booklet. CROSSfOWN WHISKEY SHOP Main & Division ' i ! , ,, BlytheTlU*,'Art SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS/ •properly designed, are remembered always, bur flowers 1 are' always fresh, and nil work Is guaranteed to please. Let our expert Designers help you with your floral needs. "" •-•••• F.T.D. Service We Deliver Anywhere ' FJI. 491 Mrs. J. M. (Mac) Williams, oirncr Glcncoc Rldg. ' GORGEOUS GOLD\V ed iftroagn R/CO Radio Directed by Eiiiolt A:sociale P.-OQUCC- Doti V Original ScfJt.iFIoy tiv Ccri iijsisiax & /,l!tn Bo:c:; c^d Eoocr. riraih. . •'-- Paraniount Nc«*s and Sliorl Subject Mrs. Dalfon C. Fowlston, B. A. M. S. M. • '•' Announces OPENING OF FALL CLASSES : iri > '• ,:•,.: 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 . Jlrs. Dalton C. 1101 Chlckasawbi Phone 2013 . M»tlnees 8«i. * San. Oolr Opens each night 6:45; starts 'J Optru Sunday 1:00; Start* 1:11 Onttnnoos Showj Eft. and Sao. B»r|»ln Nltht Every Nlrhi Eiotf* '•••.-... SmtnrtlaT. N* 9Utt* honored on 3B«I(T *& .. . the K«xj. ., Tuesday & x Wedncsday •/ Selected Short Subject "•'•'
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