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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, August 30, 1944
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PAGE TWO BLVf'lIEVltLfi (AfiK.)< WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1944 Coming Events Mrs j. G. Bills SF, efilerlalnins Friday Limcl}Wff.$y!>. ' FRIDAY C B. C. CJuB **«!rifr with Mrs. C J' Littles 1 Mrs H 0 B!*nkehsh!p entertiln- Ing GNB Club. , 400 CJub meeting with Mrs, Tim Miss; Mary Adah Robinson entertaining 1 with luncheon at Hotel No : Lie honoring Miss Jesnnetla Jeanne Sctaugli. "" Mr v and Mrs C V Sebaugh en; tertalHing with Hotel Noble honoring Miss Jelanhet^fi Jeanne Sebiugh and Lie (it Dale S Briggs of Tulsa, Okla Mrs. W. S. Eastburn entertaining Initial Club. The Ladies Bible Class".of First Methodist Church will have n potluck supper at- the church, 1 p. in. Miss" Moore Is Hostess To Btidge Club, Guests Miss Mary Helen Moore, who, though.not a member of La Neuve Club,-has often:played bridge with members of that-group sfh'ce her return .from college In June, entertained them last night, with a party at the home of her parents, Dr. and Mrs..L. H. Moore, on West Main Street Several additional guests also were entertained by, Miss' Moore; Including Mrs Robert Phillips, Miss Betty Brooks Isaacs, Miss Peggy White, Miss Juris Workman, arid Miss Nancy Winburn^of Arkadelplila, Ark; houseguest of ; Mr. and Mrs. Farmer England Garden bouquets, of petunias; fox- filov'e, • zinnias arid' roses were' attractively arranged throughout the entertaining -rooms wh'e'fti Hie three table."!' were placed for the bridge games. High score prize am'orig club members Was v>on by Miss Paliiciit Wise;arid second high' by Mrs. M. N Young, white Miss Workman fe- cclVcd'hlBh score arhbng the guests Canapes and iced dilnks were served duringHie games, and a dessert course at-tlie conclusion of tli evening. • •' fc Guests Arrive To Attend' Sebaugh-Briggs Wedding Lieut. Dale; S. Bflggs of Tulsa Okln,-arrived last night from hi station at Chandler Field, Ariz., t be the guest of his fiance, Mis. Jeannetta Jeimhe : Sebaugh; and he parents, Mr and Mrs C V Sebaugh His sistei, Miss Betty Briggs als or Tuls.1, and ins brother, Charle Briggs of Sapulpa, Okla , togethe with - Mrs Briggs, Bill arrive i Memphis late this afternoon^ wher the> will be met by Miss Seteng and Lieutenant Briggs, who will ac eompiriy them here to be guests I the Sebaugh liome Miss^Briggs will serve as bride? maid and Mr; Briggs us best'ma in .the Sebailgh-Brlggs wedding which is lo be solemnized Saturday night' g o'clock, at First Baptist Church Mrs., Laments Rogers Jr., of Ruston, La., who Was to slrig at the wedding, will bo unable to attend be- ctuise of the Illness of her infant son. » » t Miss Wallace To Marry Lieut. Edward B. Devon Mrs.; Joe L'. Wallace today announced the 1 engagement and approaching i marriage of her .daughter, Miss Connie Wallace;-to Lieut, Edward, Buifington Devon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Devon of Oxford, Penh, The marriage will be solemnized early next month. Miss Wallace, daughter of the [formal Morning Parly lonoi's Miss Patricia Orr Miss Patricia Orr of College Staph, Texas, houseguest.. of her ; sndparents, Mr, and Mrs. R.- J. niey and Mrs; W. P. Orr, was omplimentcd yesterday mofniiig heri her aunts, Mrs. Milrray Smart id Mrs. .Lloyd Stickmon, cuter- ilned with a coca-cola party at the Uckrnon Home. Guests Included 15•• members of IE 'younger college age'group. A pink and blue color scheme was ari'ied out In the (lowers, with i>lhk oseuuds and blue agoratum pre- ominntlhgi A crystal bowl filled rifli these blossoms formed the ccn- erpiecc of the lace covered refi-esli- t table where assorted party cods were served. 'lub, Guests Entertained Miss Mildred Lou Hubuard was a nest of Mrs. John Llppltl when she ntertained members ot the Double Club last night at her home at 507 West Chiekasawbu: Early Fall (lowers decorated the louse, and bridge games were played or several hours, with high score >rlze awarded Mrs. Saiiford Boone nd second high Mrs. Llppltt. A dessert course was served. Bits of News" Mostly. Personal Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Peterson and 'alnlly, mid Mrs. Allen Plckiird hai'u lad as their gilcst tor the past scv- 2ml days, tlicli- sister, Mrs. John Maxwell of Los Angeles, Calif., who ins been visiting In Brownsville, Term.., with her mother alid other •datives. Mrs. eavc tonight. Mn.vlvell plnns to Mrs. P.iul Million, accom|)anied Jjy ner father, C. E. Dlnkliis o[ Lules- 'ille, Mo., who has been her guest for tlie'past several .weeks, left to- dny/.for' Alton, III,, and St. Louis, wlierc they will spend a few days with her sister, Mrs. Hoburt Ren, and her mother, Mrs. Dlnklns. In St. Louis, Mrs. Mnlion ntul Mr. Dinkins will be the guesls of nnotiier of Mrs. Million's sisters, Mrs. Nor- inan Marsh. Miss Carolyn Peterson, daughter or Mr. ami Mrs. J. T, Peterson* ar- rived'home yesterday morning from where she spent three Houses Scarce; Family Forced . To Go Visiting The housing shortage In Blytheville Is really acute, as more than one family can testify,, Particularly hard hit Is the family of Mrs. E. A. Fisher. Residents of the town for the past 35 years. Mrs, Fislier and her daughters long have made their home nt 115 West Davis, but the house was sold sev- cful months ago to Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Fisher. ; Because they must give posses 1 sion of the house by Friday, and since they are unable to find living <iuartcis anywhere in iilylheville, Mrs. Fl!l>iT plims to leave Thursday for Baton Rouge. La., for an extended visit there will) her daughter, Mrs. Edgar Barnctt and family. Another daughter, Mrs. James B. Johnson and her Infant daughter, Sarah Lee, who have been visit- Ing her mother for the past several, months, will go to Osceola, to be with her sister. Mrs. Wade Qulriii nn ( ) family, until her husband, an Army Air Force officer stationed at Selmnn Field, Monroe, La., is ublc to find a' house there In which to move his family. The other daughter, Miss Anne Fisher, who is employed at the local Army Air Field, will make her home for the present with Miss Jessie Srite. When the housing situation has ased up a bit. members of the Fisher family hope to be able to et together once more. At Edse BY EPSIE K1NAUI) NEA Stall Writer NEW YOnK.-Vyliitf with other Tor wraps to"iimke n woman look like n cool million Is the nll-Ijiit- envoloplng stole scarf which l»ws back with fanfare after n long absence from the fashion scene. Luxurious furs—snble, mink and silver fox—go Into the dressy stole, Lnil. u' little fur goes a long wuy even when the scarf makes a man- lie that covers you from neck lo knee, Some swirl, graduate in width, curve to (lie figure, boast dressmaker details. All make tlic most of stylized manipulations and pelt mark- lugs. Typifying many of these new shown at the right, which demonstrates the use of skins for opulent effects and the trick of gathering the scarf to the figure by means of built-in pockets. Taking up where the stole leaves off Is the new shorter length coat made cither of connoisseur pelts or economy furs that arc dyed or bleached to look as fabulous. One of the most spectacular newcomers in the luxury fur class. is the blond chiffon mink— so called because o[ its pale color and soft-as-siik texture — launched by Esther Dorothy iii her fall nncl winter collection". Ali example of this glamor fur is shown at the left In the T4 length coat which features wide pelts, ampje ^features is the silver, fox stole, revers and lavish turned-back cuffs late Joe L. Wallace ot Dell, was graduated frora-Dell high school and received; Bachelor of Science Education degree -from Arkansas State College in Jonesboro. For the past two, years she has been a member of the Leachville and Dell schoo faculty. Lieutenant Devon received his wings and his commission as a second lieutennnt at Blytheville Army Air Field. He returned lust week from service in England with the Eighth Air Force, where he was awarded the Air Medal and the Distinguished Flying Cross. Peorfa, weeks wilh her nunt, Mrs. J. L. Robertson Sr., and family. Mr. and Mrs. U A. Cutcllffe and daughters, Melissa Ann, Martha Aiin, Martha Louise anil Jean Lee, all of Amory, Miss., are spending two weeks at Dell as guests of Mrs. Cutcliffe's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mi P. Brownlee and family. Mrs. Orln Smith and sons, Bobby and^Oarry, of Detroit, Mich., vure Hie weekend guests of her aunt, Mrs. R. 0. Block well and fam- ly at their home at Armorcl. The Rev. Arthur Cooley nrrived 'esterday from Perry Grove, Ark., 'or a- brief visit with his uncle, P. 3. Cooley and Mrs, Cooley. The 3cv< Mr. Cooley Is enroute to h!s :iome at Athens, N. Y., for n visit jeforo going to Duke University, aurrianij N. C.. where he will attend school tills winter. Pvt. Dallas H. Biwnlee, who is stationed nt Cntrtp Carson, Colo., is spending his 10-clny furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. .M. r. BrOwnlee and family at Dell.. , Mrs. W. V. Dozler and son, Bob- jy, returned Sunday lo their home In Little Rock, after a visit of several days with Mrs. Gene Dozler mid her parents, Mr. and Mrs'. R. C. Blackwei! at Armorel. Mrs, Gene Dozler accompanied them home for a visit of several weeks. Miss Laura Gill of Dell, who recently returned home from Hen- tlrix College nt Conu-ny, Ark. spent ihc past, weekend in Earle Ark., with a class mnte, Miss Bar- barn Huxtable, who ciilcrtaine< several of her friends with n housc- pnrty. Mrs. . R. A. Copeiaml returned yesterday from a month's visit with relatives in Flint, Mich. Siie was nccompaniefl home by her niece, Miss Blimle Allison, who will bi! her guest for txvo weeks. ; Mr. sncl Mrs. Joe Hughes nnd son, Job Jr.. returned last "night from Memphis ivliere Joe Jr.. underwent a tonsillcclomy at Ihe Baptist Hospital. His condition Is excellent. Miss Virginia Sivcaringcii lias (is r guests for the remainder nf Is week, Miss Jean Slnmllfcr and Iss Doris Standifer, both of uric, Ark. Corp. Jimmy Parks returned Suny to Port Bliss, Texns, where he stationed with the Anti-Aircraft I'lslo'ii of the Army, after spcud- g n 10-day furlough, here with parents, Mr. nnct Mrs. Max arks and family. Don Chnmblin has returned from emphis where he spent it 10-day cation. Claude Hopgood returned Monday his home in Morgnnflcld, Ky., ter having been the guest of his ster, Mrs. Charles R. Newcoiiib id family for several days. He lithe especially to be with his molh- Rttievei smarting tofment and covan with protecting cool. Gererdt/f ivpply cost* little. MEXSAM SOOIHIHC MEDICAUD POWDER At The Hospitals lil.vfhevlile Hospital Admitted- Jerry Thomas, city. Mrs. E. P. Belt, city. Dismissed— O. S. nollison, city. Mrs. Edith Jackson, city. Irene Beasley, city. Walls Hospital Admitted— M. C. Eagen, city. Mrs. Cliris Belkas, city. J.- B, Morgan, city. Mrs. Ray Hurley; Stcele, Mo. Dismissed— Mrs. Othn Brown, Del). E. V. Stutls, Manila. Mrs. Walter Jackson ami baby, nt. 1, city. Mrs. P. A. Don-Is, Rt. 1, city. Bert Lamb Jr., city. Memphis Ilapllsl Hospital Aclmllled— Mike Smith, Luxorn. Mc-iniilils MC'tliortlsl Hospital Admitted- Miss Inez Warner, Osceola. her home with Mr. and Mrs. Newcomb, mid who' has been ([tilte ill Mrs. Hopuood's condition Is slightly improved. The Rev. and Mrs,- Harvey T. Kldt returned this uloriiing from n niontl vacation spent with relatives ii Memphis. Tlie Rev. Mr. Kidd is pus- tor, of First Presbyterian Church. doorgc Mulr Jr., returiied Monday to Omaha, Neb., where he attends sclwol after having spent Lcveial weeks here wilh his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mulr and '.'anilly. Mrs. Park irntchett Is spending scverhl days in Memphlsj M 1 tj» guest of Hie late Mr.' Hatchett's fisters. Mrs. Lylc N. Watson of Gerrish, N. 7!., was expected to arrive this pfloriioon for a visit of several weeks With her daughter, Mrs. Dalton C. Fowlston, and her granddaughter, Patricia Fowlstbn. Temperatures High Atlanta 84 Meetings •, Mrs. Josic llopgood, who makes ful master. A special meeting of Chtckasawba Ifldge No. 134 P. & A. M., will be held tomorrow night, 7:30 o'clock, at the hall, when the master's degree will be conferred, it was announced by Dcwey Gentry, worship- Augusts . ... Birmingham . Charleston . Charlotte . .. Clmtlariaoga Chicago . Cincinnati . Denver Detroit . Jacksonville , Kansas City Macon Memphis . 86 84 84 76 81 . 84 . 78 Of . 78 . 87 . 80 . 8(i . 78 Former Senator George \V. Morris, veteran of more-than 40 years in the political arena, is picttircd far from pre-November political turmoil as he quietly observed his recent 83rd birthday nt his home In McCook : Neb. ' •: Returned from India For Hospital Treatment Master Sergt. Alvln Reagan, who ilffered a heat stroke in India will arrive at Kennedy General tospllal In Memphis the last of the week for treatment, he in- ormed his mother yesterday by telephone. Mrs.' A. L. Reagan, 408 Lake, talked with her son. In New York soon after lie landed, along with a group of Arriiy casualties being sent to hospitals near their homes. Sergeant Heagan, 40, reared here where he attended school, has bee: in service almost a year. He went overseas last January. Ilis'motiier and Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Rogers are among Blylhevillc relatives who plnn to visit Ser- ;eant Reagan soon. His wife lives, 11 Memphis. Restaurant Again Sold Oscar's Cafe, recently purchased Mrs. Audrey Nell Freeman, has :)ecn sold to its former owner Oscar Jngrarii. Mr. and Mrs. Ingram already liave assumed management of tin business located at 409 West Main Theaters Hot Kindergartens, Parents Learn LITTLE ROCK, Aug. 30. (UP) — ?ulaski County juvenile court au-j IhorlUes. working In co-operation with Little Rock motion picture exhibitors, have devised a plan for putting a halt to the practice of 'parking" children In the movie houses during the day and night: The Juvenile authorities stepped in Hie picture when theater officials complained that the problem of curing for children sent to the movies at nights has become serious. Miiny theater managers say their movies have become "kindergartens" for small children who are left In the iheater until their parents come for them. Beginning Sunday, Little Flock theaters will enforce new rules regarding children. AH children, except infants in arms, will be required to have admission tickets to enter the theater, and children under 10 will not be admitted to u night performance unless accompanied by a parent or other adult who will assume responsibility for their conduct and sec that return home safely. The new ruling specifies that If children enter a theater in violation of the ruling, their names and addresses will be taken and turned over to the juvenile welfare committee or the Juvenile court. Hurley Infant Dies A son, born this morning at Walk Hospital to Mr, and Mrs. liay Hurley of Stecle, Mo., was dead at birth. ' Condition of the mother was satisfactory at noon. On'mTAIIiDAlfS"OfIheHsntii? B functional periodic disturbances make you teel nervous, tltcd, restless, "drugged our—at sucii times—try famous Lydla E. Plnkham's Vegctaula Compound to relieve sucli symptoms. It Helps naturel PJnMiam's compound Is also a grand stomachic tontc. Follov; label directions. worth trylngl LYDIA E. PIHKHAM'S & DANCE Thursday — Friday — And Saturday Nights 9:30 to 1 O'Clock In the Beautiful Blue Room of the HOTEL NOBLE 'Admission 65c IncL Tax Miami 81 Montgomery SO New Orleans 00 New York 73 Sau Antonio 84 Savannah 80 Tampa 80 Washington . , 79 Dallas . 80 Houston 91 Jackson GO Little Rock n Shreveporl- 19 Tallahassee 01 Low C7 72 70 C5 D2 55 44 03 71 70 G7 73 72 74 C4 71! 70 1C 59 72 75 71 07 72 72 HELP WANTED Saleslady, Regular Employment. Experience Preferred. Apply. The Family Shoe Stofe ? 312 W. Main Since its foimrting in 1855. Penn- sylvariiu State College lias awarded 30.586 degrees of which 26,324' were bachelor diplomas. Your Invitation Bur'derte 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 labeled for your study. Come and learn with us how to increase yields for the War effort. Enter Our Cotton Yield Judging Contest t Our Herd of Registered Durocs. Will Be Available for Your Inspection.. BURDETTE PLANTATION Located 8 Miles South of Blytheville On U. S. Highway Gl BURDETTE, ARKANSAS C. F. Tompkins Manager Hays Sullivan Asst. Manager, G> A, Hale Agronomist ATTENTION Users of Electrolux Cleaners Our bonded factory representative will be in Blytheville this week to give a free inspection . on your cleaner. Call G. E. MEAD, Hotel Noble Osceola, Call 2?9 WE ARK NOW. SEi-UNG NEW' ELECTROLUX CLEANERS SALESLADIES WANTED Experienced. For general ready to wear store. Permanent position. Box JG 7 Courier News GOOD HBRLTH DESERVES THE BEST WATER; Bad Health Demands it. Orer five million American Homes liave ordered the Fanwos MOUNTAIN VAH.EF SflNEKAL WATEK From HOT SPRINGS, ARKANSAS. It is reliable—an aid In treatment of ArtbrUlK, Rlieum.itlsm, Kidney, Bladder, nnrt many Intestinal disorders. It Simulates Kidney elimination. Fo r Tarllculars, Free health booklet CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP & Division BlytbeTilte, Ark SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS, properly designed, are remembered always. Our flowers are always fresh, and nil work is guaranteed to please. Let our expert ' designers help you with your floral needs. ^FLOWER SHOP F.T.I). Sen-ice We Deliver Anywhere rn, 4$1 Mrs. J. iff. (iWsc) Williams, owner Glencoe BMg. 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 -i- Mrs. Dalton C. Fowlston 1101 ChlcXasawba ' Phone 2019 MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP W 8. Find Phone 2532 Bring Us Your Beauty Problems Modern Equipment Expert IleaulicJ.-His Sole of TOYS 'See our windows for ioys at greatly reduced prices. The Gift Shop Modern & Antique Gifts MOSS BRYAN Continuous Show Etery Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLOH I!M UL 12:45 v.m, 1:19 ».B Wednesday Thursday and Friday cosed ihrough RKO Radto Piclures^ Directed by Eliiotl hiugcnr , t AiioctQle Producer Don Harlmcn Paramount Xcws :inrl Short Kubjccl Hattaeea Sit. & Sun. Only Opens each night 0:45; starts 'J Open* Sunday 1:00; KlarU 1:15 , C«ntlonous Shows Sat. and NJfht Every Nffht Hi turd ay. fane* honored on ^uiiax *^ I/ast Time Totlay Two Man Submarine' wilh Tom Neal and Aim Sava ijclcctod Short Subject Thursday and Friday- Selected Short Subject

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