The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 6, 1944 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, September 6, 1944
Page 2
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PAGE TWO (ARK.) COPIER- NEWS '' Mrs. Phillips Entertains I Mrs. Goodwin Is Hostess La Neuye Club} Guests Mrs. -Robert' Phillip \yho oJicn plays bridge • j^lli m«mb«rs of La ^ members o/ that' grouja. l,&st .BjgiU .at her home, when.^he also was hostess to a nunitfer of '-other guests. EiYlv Fall flowers aeie used to decorate the;, Hying room and sun porch oft the -.Mouse, where tlie four bridge/ tables v,fre l arranged Iced drinks were served during the evening, and n dessert course after the games High score club prize went to Mrs. Jack Chamblln! and second vhllc received high high, to Mrs M N. Young, white Mis.\ Mary Reichel among the guests, who Included Miss June 'Workman, Miss Belly BroSks Isaacs/ Miss Mary Helen Moore, Mrs. jRlchard Jones, Miss Nancy, Hughes, Miss Peggv White, Mlsa' Constance vDenton 'and Miss Reicjiel Ofiiceis.Elected Mrs. Sherwood Hollhoft .was elected Resident of the Phebean Sunday Schpol Class of First Baptist Church,-at a,meeting of that grp»|> held last nlght- v aj, the home of Mrs. Burjes -Barker. She/succeeds Mrs. Pletpher King, who sened as class president during the,past »ear OJlier officers elected at last night's meeting. Include Mrs King, vice- president;. Mrs, ":Charles. 'Mo Culhim, stewardship; -Mrs. J, W. Sykts, class ministry; Mrs Victor $Ul«eU, social chairman; Mrs Hu- 1 bert/Whitelieadi secretary and.trens- urer. Group Qaptalns selected are Mis. C S Kett|nger,,Mrs ^Harvey Gliap- man, Mrs. Hei)ry Rosemond and Mrs..-.aiinia iBradley, .and..members of the year book committee are Mrs. Harj-y Began, Mrs. iRoseinond, Mrs. McCullmnVand Mrs.; Holthoff. •Following ithe. :busihess 'meeting/ gomes.'.were played before the hostess; served a .dessert', course. • • • CluB, Guests .Entertained The presence of three guests, Mrs Jesse M: White, Mrs Ralph Nicliols and Mrs R C Allen added spccjal Interest to the bridge «nrty ghen last night by Mrs Charles Langston for members of the A. V C Club Bridge nas plajed In the living, room, which was attractively .deojrated with roses and other late Summer flowers. Mrs Otlo- Scrape received high S:OK prize and Mrs Paul Jobe •;e«Jhd high I${d drinks were sened during the^ames and a dessert course nl thexconclusion of the evening', * M • • • Daughter Born Saturday I Announcements ha\e bten received by friends in Bljthevlllc of thetjirth of ^daughter to Mr and Mrs£ w * C Wall of Pine Blufif, formerly of Arrnorel Thf! baby, whtghas tjeerr named Alice Ann' was^born Saturdas M* <«id Mrs. Wall mnile tlieir home in Armorel for many years whijj he tfftS^connected with Lee Wilson and Company there Debbie G.Club Meets Summer nosers decoratccr g room of the house last night when Mrs J Fan is McCalla entertained members of the All members of the Bl-Monthly Club, were present yesterd.ay after- when Mrs. M. G. Goodwin ' entertained "(he group at her 'home at ,1000 West Asli for, an .nfttr- of bridge. Blue ngernlum and pink rosebuds decorated Hie living room. Defense stamps were awarded Mrs. Love Admns for High score and Mrs. A. E. Hunthy for second high, and Mrs, Goodwin served light refreshments during the iif- leincan. • ' • • Frances Beals Is Bride Of Sergl; Kassewitz. The marriage of Miss Frances Beals of Davenport, Iowa, , to Sergeant Mortimer Kasscnilz of Brooklyn, N. Y., was quietly solemnized Sunday afternoon. 3 o'clock, at the liomc of Mrs. John Fill lit (i2l West Walnut. ' Mrs. Fill,' Justice 01' the peace, performed the double .'ring ceremony In the presence of it small group of intimate friends of the couple. The bride wore a two piece suit of sky blue wool, with white accessories and a corsage of while gardenias. Mrs. Bcralcc Shaw served ns the bride's only attendant, wearing n suit. of brown wool with n corsage of yellow roses. Serst'. Frank Llpari served Serge- nut kassewltz as best man. The young couple will be at home in Blylhevllle where she. is employed at the base and he is stationed at the .local nlr fleid. News Of WACs, WAVES and SPARS Pvl. Mnrle E. Iglchcnrl of Dell, who< hns been stationed i\L the Training Center of (lie WAC at Fort Oglethorpe, Gfl., hns been assigned to WAG Del., Uomulus Army Air Base, Romulus, Midi. Pvt. J. Eldorn Nen'l, tlau(jlitor of Mr. ami Mrs. J. .E. Ncal of Route 1, Blytheville, recently completed nn. orientation course to bridge the giip between, training .In "the states find actual .work in th c , European' theater of operations. Her next station will be one from which America's lighting ),i n nes cover.our liberation of occupied Europe. Prior to entering [lie Army Air Forces, Private Neal wns n deputy circuit court clerk In Blytheville. 'Urges lions To Support Cotton Picking Contest James. Smolhcrinon talked briclly ;tp. members of the.BlylhevtturLions ClUb vvhei'i they mot .yesterday noon at- : Hotel''Noble'for 'lii'elr regular, 'weekly -luncheon liicoting, urging them to do Qvcrylhhig possible'la ns- "mrc the success of tlie coming national: .cotton picking contest, the fifth such event in tlie history of Blytheville. -.Club-members, wore divided into .wo. groups, the Reds and the,Blues, n>fm [Utrmrtnncc contest to be decided .at .next .Tuesday's meeting, with, the losing team: to pay for ilia: lunclieoniof.the winners at a future meeting; .Murray Smart was appointed as captain of the Blues imd ; Russell Hays, captain of the Reds. Lee Bcarden of Leachville was a guest. Bits, of News Mostly, Personal Mr. and Mrs. Jnincs O. McCownn of Mobile, Aln., are spending a week here ns guests of Mr. and Mrs. Turner Simpson. D>v W. A. Qrlimnell left today for JTot' Springs where he will enter tlie Army and Navy Hospital for treatment for several weeks. He was .accompanied to Hot Springs by W. H. Walker. Don •Edwards hns recovered after nn Illness, ot nine (lays. Dr. find Mis: J, K Brownson have just returned from a four weeks' vacation spent in Chicago and. in iDiibuqno, Jlwa. While in Chicago, Dr. Browason spent, two weeks attending n clinic, while Mis. ISrownton was the guest of her mister. Mrs. Elbcrt Camm, and her brother, Eluert Dlehm. In Dubuque they visited Dr. Brownson's sister, •Miss Mnry A. Brownson. Miss Jane Hlckinan oi Memphis spent Inst -night' and today here ntlondlng to business. Mlf.s Hickman is .co-owner of the Cotton Elates Trade .Journal. Mrs. .C. C. Langston and daughter,. Mrs. c. R. Wrotcii, silent today In Memphis. Charles .Langston, who recently underwent an operation in Memphis, is spending a few days there where he Is undergoing n checkup. Pvt...and Mrs. H. B. Shannon and their son, who Imvc been at t nhoonlx, Arfe, where ; Private Shannon was in training there, will arrive. Ipdny. for a visit with her par- ,cnls, Mi'- .and, Mrs. J. A. McICay. 'I'hcv have spent the pnst week in Hlcknirin, ,Ky., with Private Slmiir ,non;s 'parcnU He will be here for a week.Before reporting to KccsleV Field at .pulfport, Miss., for special training In airplane mechanics, lindi wjifie he is there Mrs. Shannon and the,baby probably will rc- tnnln here with Mr. and Mrs Me•Kny. Stnff Scrgt. J. c. Klnniugham ar-« •rlverf yesterday from Lake Charles Army Air Field, Lake Charles. La., where he is stationed, to speifd Ills ^ 15-day furlough here with Mrs. Kiimlngliam. ,Mrs. R. c. Allen and son, R. c. Jr.. will go to Memphis tomorrow morning where R. C. Jr., will .enter Dr. Hill's Clinic for an operation on his knee to be perform- ed Friday morning. Mr. Allen will go to Memphis Friday, to' ))e .with him, and It Is hoped that lie: may be broils))!, home early next week; He will be in a cast for several weeks. . • Mrs. Josle Hopgood lias been re-' moved to Walls Hospital for treatment after having been 111 for the past several weeks at the home of, her daughter, Mrs. Cliarlc.; Newcomb and family, Mrs. Menrl Jontx went to Memphis this morning to be with her dtiuglilcr-ln-law, Mrs. Robert Jontz, who underwent an appendectomy nils morning at Bapljst Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Robert' Jonlx moved to Memphis Sept. 1, where he is connected with a cotton firm (here. Mrs. Ifarold Thomson Sr., is visiting In luka, Miss., as the guest of her sister. She wns accompanied by Mrs. Precl CorJtrim of Memphis: Mrs. Alvln Huffman spent today in Memphis with Mr. . Huffman' who Is undergoing treatment at the Unpdst Hospital. At The Hospitals ••Ilia Ilosrill.u Admitted— Olcim Ray Thomas, city. Mrs. Chavlcs Stnlcup, city. Walls Hospital Admitted-Mrs. Josie Hopgood, city. Mrs. Jack Tr/miie, city. Jerry. Talley. city. Frank Harrington, city. Betty Woddson. city. Dismissed— Mrs. J. n. Mauldln and bain- Stcale, Mo. Mrs. D. Bunch, Rt-. 1, city. Memphis ujjpllsl Hospital Admitted— Donald Brown, city. Alvln Huffman, city. Read Courier News Want AOs New Shipments of ANTIQUES Are Arrlvlii? Almost Daily! Come In, We I;lke-"Shopp«rs"; The Gift Shop Modern & Anl!q.ue (iitts MOSS BRYAN Doilble G Club for their weegly bVjdge game regular Mrs Jolin Lo> Bishop who hns returned ,to Dell la he with her parfhts, Mr and Mrs Torn P Martin jjihiie her husband is on active duty- In ( the Pacific, has rejoined the" club and plajed v,ilh the group last nlghl, High score prize was won by Margaret Shaw and second _rf bv Mr* John Uppitt, and the4iostess served a dessert coures. K. • • • Daughter Is Bom I^ and Mrs Joe Applebaum of Alison are .the parents of a daughter born ..Monday at Mem- phi£ Baptist Hospital Tlie baby, they; first child, has been mined Pearl Ann. .MTs, Applebaum Is the former Ivfisi, Pearl Graves of Bljthe^llle. Miss Co/emon Attends Fayetteville Meeting The state home demonstration council, held at University of Arkansas, Fnyctlevllle, this week is being attended by Miss Cora Lee Coleman, county home demonstration agent. Miss Coleman will return Friday following concltislon of the sessions t qmorrow.. 1 hey be ga,n yesterday. f Tonsfwedistmsof MONTHLY. Female Weakness (Al so Pin eStonutbit Tonic) ^ lydta B. Plnkham's Oompouna 1» famous to relievo periodic pain and sccompanyjnp nervous, week, tlrcd- oul fcellnes—nil due to tunctlonal monthly disturbances. Made especially for women—ft helps r.alurct Follow label directions. PERSONALLY, I THINK THE BEARS WERE AIUT5 7BHAV£ PORRIDGE OF DR, PEPPER/ I'ilalily Optr, fioorf Shoes Jor Outdoor and Campus IPirar, J5.50 and |6 Temperatures High Atlanta ............. ... 95 Augusia ....... ......... 102 Birmingham ........... 91 Charleston ............. 100 Cl|arloltc ...... . ....... 93 Chattanooga ........... 91 Chicago ................ 7G Cincinnati ............. 82 Denver ..... . ........... 75 De[rolt ................. 7fj. 'Jacksonville ............ 9<J Kansas City ............ si Macon ................. 90 Meniplils .............. 88 Miami ................. 88 Now Orleans .. ......... 91 New York .............. 88 Sa» Antonio .......... 94 Savannah .............. 09 Tampa ..... ......... ; . , 93 Washington ............ — DnlJns .............. .... Bl Houston ................ 04 Jackson ................ 97 LIUIe Hock ............. 91 Shreveport ............. 91 Tallahassee ............ 53 Low .75, 10 72 14 04 08 CO C4 48 QQ 71 53 73 09 73 70 C7 74 70 82 05 70 73; 09, Poppy Day In November Planned By Auxiliary The American Legion Auxiliary met last night at the hut for'their first session of llic current year, .wllh Mrs. .Joe Scruggs, newly ir- slallcd president, presiding, "" Committees to serve during tho coming; year were appointed, and plans for Poppy Day,-to be held in November, wera discussed. A. report on membership also was made, and the new president urged that all members attend the bl-monthlv meetings. Mrs. M. A. MWdleton and Mrs Marvin Lane will serve as hostesses at the next meeting to be held on Sept. 19. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 104- Coming Events THOR3PAY Mrs. James Hill Jr., entertaining Friday Luncheon Club. FRIDAY C. B. c. Club meeting with Mrs. Ross Moore, Mrs. Byron Nail entertaining G N, B..CJub. Mrs. Roy Woods entertaining WO Club. t/ie Air Mail Form Foe 'Letters To Nor; Camps The Rev. E. C. Brown, prisoner- of-war chairman for Ihc Chlcka- sawba DlslrJct Chapter of the American Red Cross was notified today by the International Com- nilttec of the Red Cross in Geneva, Sftllzcrland, that they have received a letter from n camp spokesman at Stala;! XVII-B suggesting; that persons who correspond wlthj prisoners in that cainp use only the air mail letter form WD- PMG Iir. These forms are available at the local postofflce, at Die Rev. :Mi Brown's office at First Baptist Church, and at (he R«J Cross office In Room 203 in the Lynch Building. In August, 1944, America's stock of new cars on hand had dwindled to about 24,000—less than tivo and one-half days' peacetime /supply. --ftoafc Amazing Way for "RUM-DOWM" people Head Courier new» mat Ml*. SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS, properly designed, are remembered always. 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