The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 29, 1944 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, August 29, 1944
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PAGE TWO BLYTHBVIIJ-I3 (ARR.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, AUGUST 29, 19-M Boom! ' Coming Events Mrs' J. C, 5 pllis Sr, entertaining Friday, Luncheon .Club , ' 1 * v C, B C Club mating ylth Mrs 0 J tittle f,, } "4 „ Kl ,j Mrs,H C Bldnlenshlp entertaining Q.NiB Oiub , , ,1 , r 400 Club meeting with Mrs. Tim Estes \ Miss Mary Adah Robinson enter- tainlnp mttrrlunchp^n at Hotel Noble honoring NSlss Jeannet(a Jeanne Sebaugh , *, ' Mr and Mrs C ,V Sebaugh entertaining with dinner at Hotel Noble honoring UlssJ^mnettft Jeanne Seljaugh'ao(^i'tkuv- t D$le S 'Briggs of Tulsa, Ofcia ,"V ' t ' Mrs: Wi S. Eastburn 1 entertaining Initial Club. *' The'Ladies • Bible Class, of First Method 1st churpl\ r ftlll hove a J»t- luck supper at] (he churcl), 1 p in Mrs. 5 Logan Compliments Miss. Jeannetta 1 Sebaugh Another m (lie series ol ptities which lime been given for Mi's .TeannfcUa. Jeanne Sebaugh prlbv'lo her marriage nqxj Saturday cie- ning tcT Lieut I^ale' S \ Briggs of "•••'""* ofela, was a brunch and , , Vitchen shower given 'yesterday morning b> Mrs rilcard Bland Logan Jr > . The" affair, attended by 12 of Miss Sebaugh'_s njosj intjmate friends, "was" given at Mrs Logan's Jimmy Heniy Entertains Honoring C. G. Redman jr. ' Jimmy Henry, son of lifr, and Mrs. J Wilson Henry,' entertained lasf night wfth a waffle supper' at his home' at 523 ' North ' Division, complimenting C. G. Redman Jr. who \\ill lea\e Sept. 15 for Castle Ffelghts fJilltarv Academy al Lebanon, Tenn. A pink and white color scheme was carried out with giant pink zllnnlas forming the centerpiece for the-dining table. pames nnd contests were played during the evening. Otit-oi-Town Guests Honoied Saturday Night Mr. and Mrs, LaPayette May entertained Saturday night will) n family dinner honoring Mr, and rtrs. Fred Ma v of Detroit. Mich Mio huye l)een the guests of their mother, tors. Lelii May, and their sister, Mrs. C. A. Cnlihvell, for tlie past week, Following dinner (lie guests spent the evening in "visiting" wltli the guests of lionor. Mi. and Mrs. May returned Sunday night to Detroit. Have Business Meeting i members'' of (lie Woman's Society of Christian Service Lake Street Methodist met yesterday .afternoon home on Streel _ Assorted garden flowers f.ete flt- traclwely arranged"lhrougliqut the entertaining rpoins ' t at]d f (he gifts ' Church ... at the chmch for a business .'meeting. Mrs. Alien'Van'Winkle'gave ' lie devotional.- followed by prayer by Mrs. A. L: Reagan. •—"-" .,-riv*r t-~ it y~ r -* ~ ." . ,Thc business "meeting was nre.sld- v,ere,uiesen\edjo Jhe guest of cd ovdr oy 0,0 •president, Mrs. W. honor in a huge maikct basket ,, Oreell wllo n , so (H.,,,,!.,^, (1)e Tiny apions, formed ,^lie place, mctn i, cls wl i), piaycr " lards which marked the places of the ijupsfSj „ ,' \r BmncJ\ v»as seryed buftel slyle, nnd Miss Sjbaugh w^s presented \ Ith an\mteresting as§orlinei>t qf gifts for her,,, kitchen ' Circle fyfeetipgs 'Aie Held Member's* of the Women's Missionary Union of First Baptist Church mei/yeslejdar afternoon In circle gfoyfpr,.,w!U) Mrs C B Wroten Hostess to^nin^ members of circle "One M^s ( p, t M t Smiut gave v th^ scripture lesson in "connection wi|R ^{hfi^study^coursc and pra}era were o/fefed"^by"Mrs E"E Woodsoii"$nd Miss^Cor^ella WUhlle Pive mernlJers^gr'Circle Two mel with Mrs-. J,~T )<v W«!Stbraok, when one visitor, Mrs t J J, also was present,','The'devotional given bj ^Mrs_ jCharles Ray Nc\y- comb and ptajers ^ere offered bs Mrs Q xC;,"Ha»ks and Mrs Ted m.. _ _.-_ >. i >* * ' * i ' * King ' Circle Three met with Mrs Harrj Fritzius, "witir II members and on visitor, Mrs"Susis v Dunlap piesent The devotfonal Con the topic o 'The lard's Guidance", was given by Mrs 'R"tt} Cash, followed b; prayer by Mrs 'Ebb Caison Ihc lesson was Caught by Kirs H H Brooks, qndrccloslrig prayers \\cri given by*Mr3 K R.'E Bloylock am Mrs Tom W_Jackson Mrs Kendall Berry entertainei seven members of circle Four, nm two visitors, i Mrs F E Atkinsoi and Mrs ~"M- J Lay ton Prq^er ^ere given by Mrs C E Johnso ind Mrs J r W Adams, and Hi lesson was taught by Mrs Rpj mohd Schmuck Circle Pive was enterUifned b Mrs Walter Bishop vhen 16 mem pbrs attended pfayer given o Mrs T R Shepherd, followed b the, s"tudy course Under the dlrec lion of'Mrs Bishop Closing pra> cr was offered"by Mrs B. W Wool en r * " A' social'hour followed the pio gram at each meeting, and refresh raenls \\ere served bj the hostesse Son Born Yesterday Pfc.'and Mrs.'Thomas .J. Ball _ 115 East Ash Street, are the parent of a son born jesterdav morning a Blytheville Armj Air Held Hosp tal The bay, their first child, ha been named Stephen James Bal v Mrs Ball is the former Miss Ma '' rion Johnson di\ighter of \ Ruby Baker Johnson elebiates* 15t!i Birthcjay ' '-' ••. , , •'' Bonnie Sue Cook, daughter of r. and Mrs. M. ,E. Cpok, cnter- Ined 20 guests Wcdtic'sdiiy nf^fit t lici home at Oo'sncll In pelpbra- pn of hci 15th birthday'. Games and contests were played i llje la\ui'foi several hours, and :ler the gian,) 'gallicred l|i the vin? room for croup singing! After''the gills had been opened ionnic Sue, aisislod bylier moth- r served birthday'cake anrf Iced rliiks". Don't Envy Poor VVfor Wife, For She Has Problems, Too Raymond Moore Of New Madricj ! Deceives Medal Woiiiided In Fiance beigl the itivnslon Charles Raymom with Mrs. Wctcnkamp's brother, Lieut. {J. g.) Janip.s Terfy, Mrs. ferry and llielr two children. Lieutenant Terry has been stationed in New York, with the Navy for the past several irwnths. Miss Irene Morgan has returned to her home In DcWltt, Ark., after a visit or several days will) Mr, end, Mrs. C. M. Gray, Miss Morgan, who formerly taught Vn the' Bly- (hcville teacher fall some weeks ago, nnd b now in a cast. Miss Sarah Hill left this afternoon for her home in Greenwood, S. C., after having spent the Sum- jher ,is 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 Sta- The heat being what it is, two blcachentes take to cover in Uieu t__ new-{.angled sun helmets al recent Brooklyn game liy UUTII MIUETT Service .:vvlvcs, sitting at home Moore of New Madrid, Mo., brothe of'Robert Moore of Blythevllloi'lia been awarded the Order.uf the Pur Die Heart. ' ' While fighting near St. La, France, July 12, Seigeant Moore was wounded in the back find foot but an 'op- critlon later performed In Knglnnd was successful and he is recovering. Sergeant Moore bus been in foreign service three yenrs, having gone oveiseas six months after .lie enlisted in tlie Army. Most of the ttinc.'iins been spent in the Atlantic area, : hnvlng been on duty on several Islands there but Imrt hoi seen net ion. until Invasion of France. His.medal was sent to his foster parents, Mr. mid Mrs. Pntil FK/- alonc and without, mucli money to pend, ..spinpUmcs speak bitterly of iie "luck'y 'wpnVcii, whose husbands ire sUjl,."w.lVli them " pniUciilarly .hose .wh'bse"inen are drnwliig.'(Inwn fat pay'.phccks in v?ar pljiiils. those,';""|ucky" woiiicn have .heh 1 troubles,'top.. Over and over igaln tlicV/write" 'of the' Vroublcs Hint, haye-.cqmc Into their 'lives along vyjtli their 'husbancbi' Vilg pny. A typical letter came today from a woman wro says she 1ms been mnr- rii'd 18 years, and in that lime jind built tip a fine companionship with her Inisliand, Always in' past she accompanied him 011 fish- Ing troops,' etc., ^and they hrid'good liiiies 'together." . Now '(lie. husband is earning r lot of money In a war plunl. Bu he isn't snvlng if or K|)ciidingr i: on his fahiily. Tie ^Is throwing 1 away,;on the .yonng girls who wort along beside him,, hi the, am vho, because "there aren't,: manj 'omig inch around, me iisiiig theii lattery iiiid their comc'-on on. any 'iijnily mnn with'enough money ii its pockets to show them, n gorid :hne. STICK TO JOBS ' J This wife says: "All Ihc parlic are slag affairs now. At least n wives are invited. A man who wanted to tnkc his wife with him on. a parlj (vpiilcl be considered a freak." 'Ihe . most pitiful 'thing about, those letters is the fact that there gercid.ot New Madrid. He also ha? ii- .half-brother,, Victor Welch ol Wyhlt, Mo. Silk From Shells Royal rob'cs were once made from silk, furnished .by pen shells foiiml along the Mediterranean. This mol- liisk.spins the silk to moor Its shell to the rocks. .' ,.:'J| j|fi y-Htlps Nature Filiete MONTHLY'S FEMALE PAIN Ton who suffer such pain with tltcd, nervous, "dragged out" fceJlngs— all due to timcllon&l periodic disturbances—start at once—-lry LydiA E, PlnShoiii's Vcgelotlc Compound to relieve such symptoms.QMadc cspcclaUy for women—It helps nature I Also B grand stomachic tonic. Follow label directions. hcinselve.s llieir 1'riisb'amls have ecu hit by wartime restlessness "el inny get over il/'fn' tline. Diit .how they would "langh if liey could hear themselves called lucky" womciil or "women 1 that he war hiisn't touched." ' At Tlie Hospitals '' Wails irosplf'ar 1 ' Admitted: , . Mrs. Othii Browh; 'Dell. Margie Gill. .Oscfoln. Lottie Mrie Jones, city. Bert Lamb Jr., cHy." Disinissed: ''','' El J. McCiill, city.' Billy Lane. Manila. Blylheville Hospital Dismissed: _ ''',', Mrs. Miiry'B'. Lcvaii, : city. Mrs.'lhcz Gray','City.- ."',-'' Mrs. Envin'Bnrgcr and baby,'city i\I«ii|ihis Baptist'' Hospital Adinltlccl: ' ' '',< ,' '"' '•'•'• ' ' ' '"-'- telirpiiyne,VBasscft. '" . ;• cobras ciit* nothing Uu Miss King other ; "Bnom! All gone!" was how 23- n)onth-old Diona McClejr of New York City descubed her 30-foot fall from window".'!' She landed on her feet, umnjined. Mrs. J. Cecil'-Lowe and son, jimmy, and Mrs.. Russe,!! Barham and daughter, Wanda, spent yesterday in ^leinplils, where Jimmy underwent a physical checkup. '.' .' ' Corp. clarence Johnson arrived Saturday night from Ills post at Jackson, Miss., to spend a 10-day furlough here with his mother, Mrs. C. E. Johnson and family. H. C. Walls and his mother, Mrs L,.'W. 'Gilbert, both of Houston'. Texas, arrived last Tliursday to spend iliclr vacation here wi|h rel- alives, Joining Mrs. Walls and' their Infant son, who have been visiting her mother, Mrs. s. P. Lee and family for the past several weeks Mr..and Mrs. vyaUs and their son and Mr*. '.Gilbert all will return to Houston next Monday. .Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Haley have returned afler n week's visit in Memphis and flipley, Tchn., where ibcy. were guests of relatives. In Memphis they visited Mr. Haley's sister. Mrs. P. C. Halm and Mr. Hahii, an ( | |n Riplcy were the guysts of Mrs. Haley's brother, Ver- iion pejers -nnd. Mrs. Peters. L. /y. cothren, who suffered a stroke last Tuesday, is In a criticnl condition at his home oh South Division Street. ' . ' ,Bci;t Lamb Jr., underwent a mi- ior operation today at Walls Hos•'tai'.: '; Mrs. Mary B. Levan, mother of Mrs. J. L. Newsom, was dismissed "rom Blylhevljle Hospital today af- :er lifivijig been a patient' 'there 'or ' tlip past''several ;yceks. Mrs. Levan Buffered a b'roke'h hip In a Mrs. W. P. Orr.. She Is enroitte ipine after spending the Summer iii Washington, . p. C., with her fadier, Joe Orr, who is doing govf: jrnment work there for. tile dura- ion. The Orr family, who have be'ei; living in College Station for 'Jhe past several years where Mr. Orr was a teacher at Texas A. & M. College, will move lo Washington In October. Bits of News , Mostly. Personal Mus A. H. Welenkamp left Fri>5 nftcr five week's spent, here with lift 1 mother, Kirs. E. M. Terry, iiile Cnptain Wctenkainp was at- teuding a special school in Day Ion, Olilo, in connection with his duties with the Army. She joined him in Dayton niul they now have gone lo New York, where Captain \yelenknmp will be stationed ami where they will mnkb their home' Sqje of TOYS See our windows for toys at •jjf&lly reduced prices. ' The Gift Shop : Modern & Antique Gifts MOSS BRYAN Garrcnd Caudill Home From Southwest Pacific iarrai'd Caudill, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Ciuidill, arrived home last night after having received discharge from tin; Army after 18 months service ii' Southwest Pacific. ill, and Mrs. Ga'udill and Mrs. Canard Caudill motored to Memis to accompany him home. MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP 1*4 B. Flrrt ' Phone 2532 Bring Us Your Beauty Problems Modern Etjulpmerit: Espert Beauticians Continuous Show* Every D?y Box Office Opens 1:45 tihuw SlartH 2:00 LItjTEN TO KLCN i:N »JB- 12:45 p.m. *:» I '"•" k ' Tuesday SHE SMS VOE BLOOD and leaves LIVING DEATH! • r* i- Stop Her before th* bites . . . with FLIT1 ^ Flit is ludden death to all moiquitoea. Yea! v '$t t Even the dread Anopheles . . . the mosquito S\ I*; that carries malarik-from a *ick man to you 4\l-. • * • the mosquito you can tell, because it r | Mtandaon ifa head . .. ia easy to till with Flit* ^_ Buy an ample supply of Flit, today! A£tpu'-wo b) Mic:tt Cli iV icd V<ux Tiiiii • BiitJ upon •* td on> AC Fit COX RABINOVITCI! Prwiaua, . 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