The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 1, 1944 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, September 1, 1944
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PAGE^TWO BLYTIIEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER 1 NEWS ^ " '" Miss Robinson ' Honoi s Miss Jeannetta-Sebaugh Sebnueii was g«l ot hojRor at a luncheon given today at Hotel Noble, when Miss Mary Adah Robinson was hostess? T^ie "luncheon table, where tlie nine guests were seated, was centered frith a low silver bowl of uhrte asters, while the place cards were liny gold* bridal slippers A three course luncheon was served, ^and Miss : Robinson . presentr ed Miss Seabaugh with an embossed crystal candy bowl The '• guests later • attended the taidesmnld's t«a g^ven this aftci- noon at the home of Mrs George Barhum. •• » . • •: • • • Mvs. EJllis Is Hostess At Morning Bricjge Paity • When Mrs. J..C. Ellis' Sr,, entertained ; members ^of the Filday Luncheim C\ub yesterday morning at her country home at Barfleld, she also included ^thiee additional BUCst5,i fc Mfs O. G Caudlll, Mrs Cornelias ModJnger Sr, and Mis Auguste; Dufilho, of .'New Orleans, houieguest of Mrs Modlnger. Zinnias an<j marigolds hi vMd hues decorated the sunporch where the two, tabjes of guests p!a>ed bridge ..during the morning hours, ftilh high score prize won by Mrs W. M. McKerizie - and second 'Melt by Mrs^C C' Langston Mis Dufilho also, was presented ulth a gift At . the ;noori hour, .5 ; two course luncheon was served at the dining table, yhlch v(as centered with a crystal .bov, I *of plrjk rosebuds and Silver King fern, flanked with slender white lasers in crystal candle holders* Mrs. Hugh Edward'Talc of Hunt- Ingtau Park, Calif., ' Is tlic former Miss Evelyn Frances fAdanls, daughter of Mrs. J. H. Adams of Armorcl. Mr, Tatc, nlso formerly of Armorcl, now is employed by-the 'Aluminum Company of America:in Hiinlington Park. ' f f f Bits : of News Mtostly Personal MK Ella McCulchen of Leptmto, Ark, Is spending several days here as Ihejjjuest of relatives Bobby" Brown, son of Mr and Mrs Eugene Brown, left lodny for Seai cy,>-Ark ,t where he will attend Morris 3Bcho61 during Hie coming Winter^Mrs Brmn plans lo leave early next week, for Tallulah, La, wheie -she *iU join Mr. Biov,n, who hSs been making: his hcad- quarterS there lor the past se\eral months^ Their home at 1045 West Ash. street, ihas' been- rented to Oapt ahd Mrs Kennelh Coffman and fatolly +J- Bobby, Wajden, petty office 2-c Recent Bride for several days Mrs. Anne Smith of Mlnml, Pla'. Mrs. Harold Hcndrlx and children of Osccola, arc spending sevr.rnl dnys here willi Mrs. Hendilx's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lendennlc Fowler. i , Jodcl Tomllnson, son of ; Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Tomllnson; relumed last night from Magnolia, Ark., where he spent the Summer wllli his aunts. . . . . Mrs Louis Lnnsky has returned from a month's vlsll wllh relatives In Toronto, Canada. Mrs. Jess Horncr and daughters, Jlmmtc and Jimc, have returned from more than two months spent in Hardy, Ark. Red Cross Will Reopen Surgical Dressing Room Reopening of the Hed Cross ban'dage 'room on Walnut Street next to the Courier News office'was announced today for Monday morn"\S The surgical dressing room was closed several weeks ago due to lack of materials which to tt work However, a new and Inrgei shipment has been received, and Mrs. B. A. Lynch todny urged that all women In Blythei'ille plan to devote some time each week to the work. Tlie. room is ; open each week dtiy. except, Saturday; "from 0 d. ( m. to' 4 night from " t '"" each Mrs .Iqfi . Miss.. Edith Stephnn arrived home yesterday after a Uo months visit v,jth friends m St Louis, in MlssUsinpl and Louisiana She plans tft reopen her music sludio Monday. , Dr and Mrs W P Brewer left this af&rncTh for Smfthlasd, Ky, where jthey mil visit his molher and brother, j bo^h of whom are ill They vflll return home Tuesday G 'vf', King, a m m 3-c in the Naval -Air .Service staUoned In Normart, Okl!), was the overnight guest of his aunt, Mrs Alice Womack, jjnd his cousins, Mr and Mrs Rp'C AJIen and Mr and Mrs Jesse M. While He relumed lodaj by plane to "Norman Mrs. ,2rom '^Boswell has returned fnm a-visit of several weeks with relathes in Djnuba, Calif. She \\ent especially to'bp with her brother, who ujs home on furlough from Camp Roberts, Calif. The Re\. and Mrs Thomas B Smyth^ Jr.,; have returned from a mo-th's vacation spent In Helena Ark, and Shreveport, La In Helena lithey v<ere giiesis of her parents Mr. and Mrs, H. H. Bookhart and family "• ^ Mrs. I* B. Baker and son, Larry, , nre spending the weekend in Mem- phi's ,. Miss 'Jean O'Brien Iws relurncd to her gome jn Memphis afler having spent the'-past Ihree weeks here a? 1 the guest nf her aunt and .uncle, Mr. arid Mrs. Fleleher Fisher and s JJr and Mrs Earl Buckley nnd family. > Mrs TOIck Norton and daughter,, aj^ spendinB the weekend in Memplik Mrs. .'Ed Belt has been admitted to Wajli Htepltal where she Is under greatnient Miss tt Monta Hughes returned home test night from Brighton, "enn, J%herfi she has spent the jnmer, with her parents She will again serve as principal of JurUorifiigh school. Miss- Collie _Neel has as her guest To aid in preventing heat grfi M well as to relies a Jic»t-rash irrilafcd skin, nse Mexiana, the •ooth- ing, medicated powder. Contains ingredients o"en licvottiese Cosla bSUe. Uct llcisana. •iom Battle Wounds Mr. ' ana Mrs. Paul GrecnwcU ave received a toiler from the War Jeparlment reporting lhal their on. Pvt. Joe Donald Crccnwcll, re- orled slightly wounded on Aug. I, ^ JBEAUTY 8BOP m At Tlie Hospitals Rlytheville Hosiilial Dismissed: Miss Clorcne Grlfnii, city. Mrs. Mattle Mno Evans, city WalL» Jlospllal Admitted: Henry Boswcll, Cooler, Mo. Mrs. E. P. Bell, city. Mrs. W. Clint Cnldwcll, clly. Mrs. J. A. Harris, CaruUu-rsvlllc Mo. Memphis Baptist Hospital Adnittled: J.-Knott, Caruthersvllle, Mo. Mrs. R. L. Victory, Luxorn. Jnmcs Richardson, Lcaehvllle. Billy Thwcall, Luxorn. Mrs. Ed sutlon, lit. 1, city. Missouri Singers Will Hold Annual Convention The Missouri Stale Singlne Convention will ho) <ili s annual sinir- Ing SiiiKliiy Sejit. 10 nt Holland High School. It was tirmoimced Io- dny by n.B.L. Smith. S. L. 'Roliln- son nncl w. p. Clark, members of Die committee in chnrge of ar- iiBemenLs for the affair. A concert held on Saturday night at the Holland gymnasium,, when the Slumps, Baxter, Ilarlford and Vaughn quartettes ill be featured. The public is Invited lo attend, it wns staled. Security Talker The plimsoll line Is a Jond line oh British merchant' vessels iiKli- catlne leeal llniit of snbnierijence by weight of cargo. Pictured above, us ho arrived in Washington, is Dr. V. K. \Vel- liinjlon^Koov Chinese ambassador to Great Britain, who is chief o£ China's delcBalipJi lo Hie four-power postwar security tnllts at Dumbarlpn Oaks. . ; '• -:-- --> Is. innkin? "iionnnl progress". No other details on his condition were given. . .....' . Private Greenwcll- has been overseas slpce May, and was reported wounded In Normandy. iA*GEBOTTLE~25< MOW THAT THE CHILDREN ARE OLPER I KEEP IT STOCKED DR. PEPPER. SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS, UT-,V C f '„ '• h '~"T\f e «membered always, Ovir flowers are always fresh, and all work Is guaranteed to please Let nnr cTiJrt designers help you with'your floral needs """' T ±FLOWERSHOP "•»• Service We Deliver Anywhere Pi.. Ml Mrs. }. M. (Mac) Williams, owner Glencoe Bldg, Mrs. Dolfon C. Fowlston, B. A. M. S. M. Announces OPENING OF FALL CLASSES In • PIANO — ORGAN — VOICE Former New York "Organist and Teacher "^~^ Pupll of Clarence Dickinson President of Union Theological Seminary School of Music For Appointment Monette Druggist Dies At Joneshoro JONESBORO, Ark., Sept. 1. Richard p. 'Agncw, 50, Monelte druggist, died Wednesday in a Johcsboro , hospital. He had been associated .with the Watkhis-Ag- hew drugstore of Monette for 18 years, going there In 1920 from Paldwyn, Miss., where, he was born. He Is a veteran of World War f, having .served overseas In France. He Inter taught In 'the publie schools of Hayd, Mo. He was a member of the Presbyterian Church, Lions Club, Masons and American Legion. Arrangements arc Incomplete, but probably will be held Friday. Surviving are Ills wife, tiyq brothers, R. T, Aknew of Haldwyn, Miss., and S. A. Agnew of Dellieny, Miss., and three sisters, Mrs. Jaiile Robinson ol Cplumbm, Miss,, Mrs. H, G. WnnUlrop of Slmbuln.' Miss., and' Mrs. J. L. Brnhyun of Tupelo, Miss. Fought In Hawaii Ljcut. .(j.g.) Ucthnny Faught, who has been stationed In Hawaii f'pr Ihc past 20 months while on duty with the Navy, arrived in San Francisco, Wednesday morning, according to n message received yes- ferdny by his parents, Mr. and'Mrs W. J. Pnught. He expects to arrive In Blythc- ville sometime next week for a visit with Ills parents. Teachers Seek Places To Lite At Fair Prices \ (Condoned from fuft 1) imprint for good upon the character and mind of the children who :tome under . their' Influence. Will you make some nppeni through yon:' laper to the flue people of Blythe- vllle to rally to my support'in the effort to secure and hold the best leachcrs possible for our children?" FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1944 Ciggie-Preffy ' w Only two courthouses In the United States me built on islands —at Manteo, N. C.; mid Key West Pin. . ' ' Of the 300 kinds;of crude drugs (roots, herbs, leaves, etc.)/275 ave found in North Carolina. PSORIASIS RELIEVE THE ITCHING Aid in removing scales and relieve the HcWng of I'soriiuis tho antiscptip stim- iilatiiiifswa.v with Black uinhWIjitcs' Qiiifmeiil. Usoonlj' iisilirecte<i.-I).'iily dcoitsffl \\' it hlllack ni id \Y (ii to Sk' in Koa |i. WHAT CAUSES ^ A booVltt coMoimrja tfio opinionrbf fa' mout do.clort on (Sit intertttine jub|ecl .Will bi i«nl itee, v«MI» Ihey toil, (o any r«qd«f wiilipg Iq the Educational Dlf'plon, SB.fififi A»o., Kf'yjrotl', ^.YvD,«pl. J-12-1 j ROXY Matlnet* Bat. a Bon. Only Opens tach nUht 6:45; itarts : Opens Sociaj 1:00; SUrU 1:11 Csnllaooaj Sho-j gat. mat Son. 8»ri»ln Nltht Bye'ry Nljht Exeet N* honored on ]••<«} it the ' ' Last Time Today Quiet, Please, Murder with Gail, Patrick ami George Sanders Selected Short Subject Saturday Return of the Rangers fith Dive O'Brien and Jin/Ncwill -Seri;il: "The Phanloni" No. 10, ami Short. Con. Showlnj Sat'day 1:00 to U:3t Sunday and Monday *SON)A) \ HENIE 1ok!ng ol hef •S^W^K 'Mlt'toti®'' *" *WQQDY ^>^ HERMAN Fox News and Short Siibjccl Conttanmu Showtof goo, lit! to 11 Mnry Rani, above, of Philadelphia, (lashes the winning smile which,' among other things, won her She lille ot "most hcautitul cigarel girl in Ne\v York night clubs" in recent cotilest. She also won $100 War Bond and screen lesl. i MONEY CAN'T BUY - nspiriil' faster-acting, more dupcnclnlilo tliaii KP" 11 ' 110 l>uro St. Joseph more/ InrKCSt seller al 10(5. Wliy pay O'IK 100 tablet eizo /or onl 500 ottiti MONARCH FoDili— M lust as'Goodl Cohtirraons Showa Efenf Day Box Office Opens 1:45 ,' w Shp^y Starts 2:00 ""•' V l.TQTwfcr fr\ -a-* n»i TO RMN 12:<5 p.m. Last Time Today Up In Arms \<ilh Danny Kayc ami ninali Shore Fnraniounl News ami Sliorl Subject Saturday THE FONT EXPRESS BATTLES'"' REHEfiHIJESTO * Serial: "Dcscrl Hawk" No. 7 ,V: Shorl Con. Showing Sat'day 1:00 lo 11:30 Sunday and Monday MAXWEU ANDERSON'S THE EVE Of AnneBoxIci 'VVilllom tylhe •William O'Shco , A 2Olh CENTURY- Varamount News ami Short Continuous Showing Ban. 1:15 to 11 Al! Sales Final! No Kxchanpcs* Here It Is! No Refunds! No Laymvays! FONBERG'S Final Close-out of All Summer Leftovers.... The Most Amazing Values You've Ever Seen! STARTING SATURDAY 9 AM Sale Prices Effective AH Next Week , JUST 24 SKIRTS • ,£?„ S2K' .......... s l ONE LOT DRESSES ' JUST 22 SLACK SUITS CHOICE ANV SUMMER HAT 58' OSE LOT SUMMER PURSES M S 5fl c SUMMER DRESSES £%$&*'.:. ........ ..... S 3 ;»",,'„« 51 Just 18 Pair — I.fl!) (o ,'!.i)9 SLACKS $1 Tailored lo fit. Select ion of materials. !2 to 21) 18 Regular 4.99 and 5.99 PLAYSUITS ' $3 Colorful Prints. Seersuckers and Plaques. Odd sizes The End Of The Season For petterDresses! Due lo our iiolicy of no( carryinir over merchandise we are offering all bet tor'dresses, values to $14.95, at— KV1CRY DRESS A REAL VALUE 't Sale of Spring And Ft?// CQO*S/ \V\sc Slippers Arc Buying These Wonderful Coats For Now ami Later On 1 MADE TO SELL FOR 17.95 TO 29.95 Every One Handsomely Tailored and fyirably Lined Plaids, Tweeds, Pastels and Blacks, Sines 9 to 44. Dressmaker Coats, Casual DoaLs, Sr>orl Coats! BLOUSES One lot, slightly soiled Cottons, Rayons, Crepes a nil Jerseys. Mostly whites. $1 SWEATERS Slightly soiled. WQ% all wool in assorted styles. All sizes: $2 15 Silk Jersey Housecoats Bright Prints and Plain Colors; values tolO.95 Stylishly Tailored SUITS $12 I'lnids, fast els, Tweeds, Shctlands, 1 wills. Hroken size.s. : ' RAINCOATS ' ; $5 - Waterproof; Trench Coals, Also Ijo.vy styles.: Some arc lined. BETTER SUMMER DRESSES Our enlire line of hetler dresses—in Mitchell^, FJd Mars, and Mark Robbins Frocks. Li.,ens, Me.shes and Eyelets included. Regular §lfl.95 to §2.1.50 dresses— SLIPS One lot . of "Stonewear" cotton slips. Guaranteed for one year's wear. liuiU up shoulder straps Sizes 34 lo 48. SHORTS $1 Denim ami Gabardine shorts in \yhite, navy, brown and bine. Regular §1.99 and $2.99 sellers.

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