The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 11, 1944 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, September 11, 1944
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Coming Events . . TUESDAY Miss Margatet Shaver entertain.-. in£ Double <3 Club. Club Eight meeting with' Mrs. L. S. Benlsh. WEDNESDAY A. D. C. Club meeting with Mrs. Ben Harpole. Executive Board of Sudbury Parent Teacher Association meeting at school, 2:30 'p. m. followed by general meeting at 3 pV hi. THURSDAY Mrs. James Hill Jr., entertaining Friday Luncheon Club. Fidells Class of First Baptist Church liavingr Pot-Luck Supper at home of Mrs. Harry' Frtelus, 1:30 p. m. •..•'• FRIDAY G. N. B. Club meeting with Mrs. Robert Wcedman. Parent Teacher Groups Formulate Plans For Work Parent Teacher organizations throughout the_ city will, hold their first meetings. of the new school year this week. and "next, with two planned for each week. Mrs. W. L. Horner, who served as president of Junior-Senior Parent Teacher Association last year, now is serving as te'mportry chairman of that 6rganlzftllon until a new president is selected. This group will -hold its first meeting tomorrow afternoon at the • school, with tlie .executive board scheduled to meet- at 2:15 o'clock, to be followed by a general meeting at 3 o'clock. Mrs. Chester .Caldwell will serve (is secretary for the coming year. The first .meeting .of Sudbury Parent Teacher Association will be held Wednesday afternoon at that school, when Mrs. L. E. Baker will preside as president, with Mrs. It. C. Norton as secretary. A meeting of the executive board will be held at. 2:30 o'clock, fol- to be held Tiiesdny afternoon, Sept. 19, at the school. newly elected Ward Parent Teacher organization, will preside at her first, meeting on Wednesday nlterivxm, Sept. 29, when Mrs. P. A. Escarre will serve as secretary for the group. Officers now arc busy with plans for the coming year and committee chairmen and members probably will be announced at these first meetings-" of tlie year. Birthday Party Given Jerry Holllngsvrorth celebrated his llth birthday yesterday afternoon at the country home of Ills parents, Mr. and Mrs, W. A. Hol- llngsivorlh near yarbro, when he was host to is boys and girls at n party. Games were played lor several hours under the direction of 'Miss Minnie Foster. ' Late in the afternoon Mrs. Itol- lingsworth served refreshments of birthday cake, watermelon niitl iced drinks. > Bits of News'' Mostly, Personal lowed by o'clock. . a general meeting at 3 Mrs. Cody' Eaton again will serve as president of .Lunge Parent Teacher . Association, with Miss Betty Jane , Martin again, holding the position .of 'secretory. The first •meeting' of this group is scheduled MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP ' IM & rinj Phone 2532 Bring Us Your Beauty Problem* Modern Equipment Expert Beauticians Wilbur G. Warren, petty officer 1-c, who has been stationed at the Naval Air Base in Coco Solo, Panama, for the past 21 months, is spending n 21-day leave here with his family. He Is the son of Mr! and Mrs. S. L. Warren of 123 West Vine Street. He report to Miami, Conthraoiu Showi Every Day Box Office Qp<ns 1:49 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO Last Time Today Ladies Courageous with Loretta Young and Geraldine Fitiferald Paramount News and Shorts Tuesday & Wednesday Fla., for reassignment. Corp. and Mra. James H. Gill nnd son, Gary Wayne, arrived Saturday night to spend their 18-tlay furlough here with Mr. nnd Mrs.' H. T. Olll, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Hllburn and Mrs. Gill's sister, Mrs, V. M. Brittain. Corporal Gill is stationed (it a B-29 staging base at Herrlngton, Kans. Cadet Nurse Barbara Child, who Is In training nt SI. Catherine's Hospital in Chicago, arrived Saturday to spend her leave here with her parents, Dr. nnd Mrs. Fred Child and family. Miss Eugenia Crawford returned Saturday from New York where she spent two weeks as the guest of Miss Mollie Guard, and Washington, D. C., where she visited her father, Lieut, Col. Ivy \V. Crawford, who Is stationed nt Port Mcadc, Md. Mrs. Anne Smith will return tomorrow morning to her home in Miami, Fin., alter n visit here v,'ith Miss Lottie, Nenl. She will be accompanied home by Miss Neal, who will be her guest (or three weeks. Mrs. Smith nnd Miss Nenl nlso will visit in Birmingham, Atlanta, and Jacksonville, Fla. Vernon and Lois Tlllmaii, children of Sam Tillnmn of Armorel, were dismissed yesterday from Bly- thevlllo Hospital where they underwent tonslllectomles Saturday. Miss Betty Grnce Lutlcrloh of Jonesboro arrived yesterday to spend everal days as Ihe guest of Miss Jugenia Crawford, corning over par- icularly to attend Ihe Pi Betn Phi orority rush party tq lie given to- ifght nt Hotel Noble. Mr. and Mrs Gnrrard Cnudlll mvc taken one of the Wylie apnrl- lenls on North Division Street, where they now are making their ionic. R. O. Allen Jr., is Improving tit •Icmphls Methodist Hospital, where ic underwent an operation Insl veek. Mrs. H. M. Laughlin returned (esterday to her home in Evans- illc, Ind., niter spending a week lere with Mrs. J. H. Adani* and amily. Mrs. Lnughlin lived In Blylhevillc about 10 ycnrs ago Dr. nnd Mrs. L. il. Moore had as Iheir guests during the weekend, heir son, Lieut. Hal Moore, Mrs. Joorc and their infant daughter] fancy, who returned yesterday tc heir home at St. Frandsvllle, 111 Lieutenant Moore recently wa Date Announced For La Traviata Opero To Be Offered In Memphis Oct. 26; Other Events Planned MEMPHIS, Sept, 11.—Announcement wns inaclo today ot (lie dates lor the. four outstanding musical events, which comprise the 10-M-15 season of. the Angler concerts, nt the Auditorium. The first attraction will Ijc the, Chiirles L. Wagner production of Verdi's operu "Ln Tmviata," on Thursday evening. Oct. 26th at 8:15, with a cast, chorus, orchestra selected from the Metropolitan Opera in New York, The musical director will be 'Giuseppe Bamboschcek, and Desire Defrere of the Metropolitan will be .stage director. Jan. 4th, 1845, will bo the dale for the second attraction in the scries when the Ballet HMISSC tie Monie Carlo will again be presented to their audience of Memphis and the Trl-Ststcs. This Is the I2th consecutive transcontinental lour which this famous organization has made of Ihe United States, and Memphis has been numbered among the cities Included in their tours seven winters. A double concert by the great Dutch pianist, Egon Petrl, and Nicola Moscona, bass of the Metropolitan,' will be the third feature of this series, on Feb. 7. This marks the first time that the famous pianist, Petrl, has toured the South, and Nicola Moscona will be vividly recalled for his outstanding iwi'lrayal of "Mephlsto" In the opera Faust, last November. The Angler Concerts will close this, Us second season wllh the presentation of the opera "Martha." Ever appealing, tuneful, light and gay, Martha has been a perennial available now, at 1324 Harhert Ave. Meetings There will be a meeting of the Order of the Eastern Star tomorrow night, 8 o'clock, at the hall. Leachville News Miss Opal Fay Noe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Noe, will leave tomorrow morning for Nevada, Mo where she will attend Cottcy College for the coming year. Only one-lhlrd of the 20,500,000 productive areas of. Manchukno have been cultivated. favorite of all many years. It opcru lovers, for lias been quite lonij time since it has been singed In Memphis., and the Charles U Wagner, nil Metropolitan cast production Is looked forward to with great pleasure. Season tickets for the series are transferred from Alliance, Neb., to George Field. 111. Miss Louise Rice has returned H*r»'» my t« whttM end HMM MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 11, 1944 At The Hospitals Hlylhtvllle Hospital tdmllled— Mrs. Lillian Dlxon, city. 'Mrs. G. E. Glllenwater, city. Dismissed— Mrs. J. B, Ferguson, city. U>ls Tlllinun, Armorel. Vcrtion Tlllman, Armorel. Mrs. Stmi llQurk, city. Walls Hospital Admitted— Wlnomi Louise Prlcldy, Cooler, Mo: Diana Sue Wagster, Cooler, Mo. .Mrs, Clay Lamb, Slcele, Mo. Dismissed— Mrs. T. 13. Rlnfroe and baby, Ltix- ora. Mis. W. W. Lowe and baby, city. Mrs. C, II. Byrn, Steele, Mo. The Sierras of South America are Ihc only plnce where the llama Used for (ransjjorlallon. 1, INHRIOR IUACHIS sometimes Jo this to cottons and linens because their action U unccntretttd. weekend here with her family. 2. HAIN W*)H1H8 means lots more ratlins to get things whicc. This also Is very lurilon fabrics. 3. WITH PUIIX you can •voidbmliiiangcis.Uscd is directed, Pure* whitens gwtl) -w ith nnlrelltJ action. Sifcrilun Inferior bleaches or extra nib- bing. Linens Ust hngut, PUREX ru*ix HAJ COHTIOUIB ACTION- aiHUI TO COTIONS AND 1ININJ AT VOUB oioca-j Nervous,Restle$s On .WAIN DAW'Of The Mint!,? 'If functional pertodtc disturbances .make you feel nervous, tired, restless. • •'dragged out"—at such times—try /a- JBOWJ Lydltt E, Phiklmm's Vegetable : Compound to relieve euch symptoms. It •helps nature/ Plnkham's Compound Is also a grand stomachic tonic. Follow label directions, Worth trylngl LVDIA E. PINKHAM'S Elton B. Foster" Awarded Wings And Commission Ellon B. Poster of Blytheville was graduated In exercises held Frldny morning at Eagle Pas.? Army Air Meld, Texas, receiving the silver wings of an Army Air Forces combat, pilot, and his commission as a second lieutenant. Lieutenant Foster's wife, who is ££ ln8 L her home in H'ylnevllle while he Is In the armed forces went, to Texas for the graduation' exercises. hole In northerntBYance wasn't the j NATURAL LOOKING CURLS spot he 'Vvottld have chosen lor alp family reunion, Paul Harp wrote Ms wife, but he said he was pleased and surprised when his brother, Leon, whom lie hadn't seen for two-and-one-half years stumbled In uj:on him during a battle. Drops in gn Brother MONO CITY, ,111. (UP)-A fox- Shipments of ' ' ANTIQUES Are Arriving Almost Dally! Come In, We Like "Shoppers". The Gift Shop Modern & Antique Gifts MOSS BRYAN California highway engineers use a IG-whecl machine which measures and records highway roughness by making graphs of surface Inequal- ties. I NATURAL LOOKING CURLS PERMANENT WAV! Vea,—it's (rueE You can now give ••^JfeA yourself a marvelous pcrmatienl I wave, co-TMy. comfomVdy, at 1 J iouie,—easy as put tint; jour, hiir ^ up in ciulere. Tltt amazing " CtuumM" contains cs'tryifmiij you need. Accept -.10 su'j- '' ' bulmsutpnthegcimincC/uimi-JCisrJ. fitilu 1 _,.,,.Jete, only 59 cents,,—pay no more. Over 5 rnUlion ioM. Safe tor tvcty lype of lialr, A* Kir&y Bros, Drug Store and nil' (lYfig stores. MINNIE LEE JONES Teacher of Piano Announces reopening of he classes for beginners and advanced pupils. Enroll Now For Convenlcnl Hours. Studio 807 Chickasawha —,, Phone 2991 Mrs. Dalton C. Fowtston, 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 Mrs. Dalton C. Fowlston JJOl Clilckasawba Phone 204S March of Time and Selected Short Subject ROXY Mittow, B»t, A Sim, Only Opens each Olght «:45; tUrU ', Openj 8«nd»j l;M; Stub 1:11 s&owi SH. ud 8«n, Kmy Hlffct Ni . .. hcnbnt m Inter * ' tfc* *nj. !~^ Last Time Today ' CHINA with I.oretla Young and Alan latli Fox News ana '8«lect«rl Short RADIO'S MASTEK Of . I- . . NOW ON IKE SCK«N( *• DIX HCTUIt We'll Help!With Your Fall The American home is a symbol of the American way of life and since we're fighting for our homes . . . let's make them worth fighting for! House-cleaning is the reason why Mrs. America is the world's best housekeeper . . . it's a tradition as American as apple pie! Wage an all-out war against dirt but don't do it alone! We're anxious to help. We'll make all your "wash- abtes" look like new . . . add a clean gleam to your home! Nil -WA IAINDRY£[IEANEKS PHONE 474 ~ BLYTHEVItlE.ARK. MEN WANTED For essential work in local factory. 50c per hour... time and a half for all time worked over 8 hours per day or 40 hours per week. Factory running 9 hours per day 6 days per week—or 54 work hours per week.—Apply BARKSDALE MFG. CO, Or (J. S. Employment Agency. NOTICE! We Are Discontinuing Our Soda Fountain - - For some time past we have felt that our soda fountain service was not quite up to Robinson's standards . . , Supplies for fountain drinks and foods for light snacks have been hard to buy, and have often been of inferior quality . . . And we've had quite a time keep!hg'competent fountain help to serve you. Then, too, Blytheville has grown and drug and prescription business is demanding more and more of our time and attention ... We feel that this servicejs far more important to your welfare than fountain service- So—we're taking our fountain out for the time being . . . BUT we'll still have bottled drinks, candies and packaged ice cream products. INSON'S The Old Reliable Drug Store

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