The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 14, 1944 · Page 5
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 14, 1944
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THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 14, 19.14 BLYTIIEVILLR.(AUK.), COURIER NEWS r., Mrs. Nash To Honor i'. and Mrs, Tyler Nash Mr. ami Mrs. Louis G. Nash will leave tomorrow afternoon tor,West Point. Miss., wliore they will attend the celebration or the SOlli wedding iuinlvcrsni'y of Mr. Hash's parents, Mr. rmd Mrs. J. Tyler Nnsh of West Point. Sunday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Louis Nash, together with his brother, Jerry Nash and Mrs. Nash of Greenville. Miss., will entertain with a formal reception honoring their parents. They plan to return home Monday. • • • Mrs. Taylor Is Hostess Mrs. Albert K. Taylor was hostess to members of the Double G Club and two guests. Mrs. Harinan Taylor and Mrs. George Orear Jr of Columbus, On., liouscgucst of Miami Mrs. Grear Sr., Tuesday nighl at her home. Early Fall (lowers attractively decorated the entertaining rooms of the house where the bridge tables were arranged for the games. Hteli score prize went, to Mrs J Fnrrls McCn.Ha and second high to Mrs. Grear, and the hostess served a dessert course. • » » Daughter Born Yesterday Lieut. Col. and Mrs. John Ben Domar of New York are the parents of a daughter born yesterday in a New York hospital. The baby, who has been named Jo i.enn has a brother, Johnny, who Is two. Mrs. Bomnr is the former Miss Mildred Moore, daughter of Dr. and •Sftj.. L. H. Moore of BIylhevilte. r ' ' • ' Sudbury P.T.A. Meets At School Yesterday _ Mrs. L. E. Baker presided yester- fiay at the first meeting of Sudbury parent Teacher Association, held at tins school. The meeting o|xmed with group singing let! by Mrs. W. D. Cobb, and tlie president's message was read by Mrs; Roy Brantley. Mrs. E. P. Fry, principal of the schooj introduced the new teachers, and Mrs. Baker appointed Miss Mary Hubter as chairman of the recreation committee. Mrs. c. G. Redman, executive secretary of the Mississippi County Tuberculosis Association spoke to the members present concerning the work now being carried on by the association. Refreshments were served during the social hour, which was in charge of Mrs. Dixie Crawford, chairman for social activities. •i ' * *'" * '' Miss Isaacs Entertains At Sorqrity Breakfast .iJhMiss Betty Brooks Isaacs enter- -fiiftkfl with ' a' 'breakfast Tuesday ifiorning at her home on West Main Street when the eight guests present included rushees and members of Pi Beta hi sorority, of which she is a member. A three course breakfast wa served at the dining table, whic had 'for a centerpiece a large ar row filled with yellow flowers, bank cd in greenery. Guests present included two fron out-of-town, Miss Betty Grace Hit terloh of Jonesboro, and Miss An Hancock of Paragould. » * • Mrs: Harpole Is Hostess Miss Frances Little played bridg with members of the A.D.C. Clul last night when Mrs. Ben Harpol entertained the group at her home which was decorated with vases o marigolds and other late Summc flowers. J'iffli score prize went to Mrs. TO' by Long, with Mrs.'Harpole seconi high. A dessert course was served a tlu^.gonclusion of the games. FALSE TEETH That Loosen Need Not Embarass Mnny wearers of false teeth have suffered real embarrassment be cause their piste dropped slipped or wabbled at just the wrong time Do not Ive in fear of this happening to you. Just sprinkle a little FASTEEHH. the alkaline (non acid) jrowder, on your plates. Holds false teeth more firmly so they feel more comfortable. 'DOC S no .-.our. checks "plate odor" (denture breath). Get FASTEETH at anj drug store. DANCE Thursday — Friday — And Saturday Nights fy'30 to 1 O'Clock In the Beautiful Blue Room of the HOTEL NOBLE Admission fi5c Incl. Tax Ollison's Have Son Mr. nnd Mrs. Oliver Ollison announce the birth of a son Sept. 7, at their hooie near Mlcola, Mo, Keith ' iaS bCe " """" !d Gi>ry Mrs. Ollison was, before her mar- Huge, Miss Thcodine Chalk. Bits of Ney/s Mostly Personal Miss WHda Atkins of Memphis Is convalescing at tlic home of her sister, Mrs. Mike Bombalaski She will be liere for several weeks Staff Sergt. and Mrs, B. F. Gay •"'-, and Ihcir daughter. Mary Lynn who have been the guests for the [)ast week of his mother Mrs D M Qa> ', Sr - at hcr nomc at Half Moon,, left yesterday for Memphis •>|id Brinkley, Ark., where they will visit relatives for several days, They will return here for a brief visit before returning to Snlina, Kans where Sergeant Gay Is stationed. Mr. and Mrs, J. Cecil Lo\™ and son, Jerry, Mrs. M. T. Moon and (Mrs., c. R. Maddox returned yesterday afternoon from Memphis wnere Jeny underwent a lonsillec- toiny at Methodist Hospital His conttUion Is very good nmv. Mrs. Maddox, who went down to consult her specialist, will enter Methodist HospUal Sunda v for an operation to be performed Monday. W. s. Harrcll has ret'miied home after spending several days with relatives in Dallas, Gn Mrs. G. E. Glllcnwatcr was dLs- missed this morning from Biythc- ville Hospital where she has been " S (or thc " ast scvcl '« l days. Mrs. R. A. Nelson spent yesterday m Memphis. 'Mrs. S. p. cook has returned from San Francisco, Calif., where she spent two months with her nusbfisd, s. p. Cook, seaman i-c who is with the Navy. Mr. and Mrs Cook spent some time in Los Angeles as guests of his father, c. E. Cook antl other relatives and enroute home, Mrs. Cook stopped m Tucson, Ariz., for n visit with his sister, Mrs. a. T. Archer and family, formerly of Blylheville. Mrs Cook and her son, S. p Jr will make their home with her parents Mr. and Mrs. M. -.S. Panlcey of Armorel, while Mr. Cook is In service. .Sergt. John p. Walden will arrive tomorrow morning to spend his 15 : day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Walden. He is stationed at George Field. Lawrencevllle, 111. "•Among the ' Blylheville peoiile who were In Moi.ette yesterday afternoon' to attend' funeral services for H, S. Bass of Jonesboro, father ?u :M n S - H - N ' "Swearingen of-Bly- Uicvllle, were Mr. and Mrs. C W Rainey, Mrs. Preston Ramey Mrs' Fiske Miles Jr.,'Mr. and Mrs" Robert Coleman. Mrs. l,illi c Sisk, Mrs. Lr. L. Hamby, Mrs. Terry Lane, Mr lorry Lane, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wagnon, and Miss Margaret Trasch- Mrs. Ella Reed of St. Louis, is spcndme a week with friends and relatives in the Flat Lake community, her former home. Condition of Jim Webb who is critically ill at Memphis Baptist Hospital, was unimproved today His Frances Shouse Is Drum Major Four Majorettes Also Selected To March •'; With School Band Miss Frances Shou'se, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. \v. Shouse, wilt « el ' v m" s '! M "" mtt i° r tor 'I'" »1S'- thevillc high school band, it was announced today by Mrs. J, Wilson Henry, band director. 'Miss Shouse has been a member of the or B ani/.a- tlon for the past five years. Drum majorettes will be Miss Mar,, i.oii Joynpr, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. V. n. Joyner, Miss Marl- lynn uoon, daughter ot Mr. urn! Mrs. George Smith. Miss Julia Ann Woodson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. !i. Woodson, and Miss Joan Shanks, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Joe Shanks. Marching practice [s being conducted each afternoon during bund lerlocl, and tl, c group will make its nist public appearance or the Fall at Uie opening home football game o DC played here tomorrow week The present band membership is •H) of which number 37 will inarch in public appearances, Mrs. Henry stated. Band members are: cornet, Har- V Carter Parr, Larry Hcarn, Joyce Damon, Don Wright. Gordon Hammock, Jerry Morgan, Edwin Halstead and Freddy Rogers- nlto horns, Mar,. Van Sncetl and Harold Traylor; baritone horns. Gradv Magce. Thomas Bell: trombone.'; Randal Hawks. Roslco Crafton Jr Jimmy Henry, Carrol Evans: basses' Billy Williams nnd Bonny John- mail ' J ' ra ' B '" y Sam Ben ' V ' Drums, Jim Oates, Bobl) v Dean and Helen Frances Buchanan: tym- bals, John Uppitl: sa.xaphones, Rosemary child, Nathan Wade and Bobby Edwards: clarinets. Earllne Sullivan, Harry Ray Brooks, Betty Scherer, Ji, m ,iy LOSVC. Betty Jean Stivers, Maltha Traylor, Mary Iraylor, Louise Sullivan and Owynne Littleton. At The Hospitals - Walls Hospital Dismissed— Mrs. a. w. Estes. Ltllxnirn, Mo Mrs. Jack Trinuie, city. BlytAcrlllc Hospital Dismissed— : Buck Moore, Armorcl. ' '•.Mrs: C. E. Glllenwa'tcrVcity. • i Mrs/ J. B. Ferguson, Manila | Mrs. Julia Nallc, Dccrinj, Mo. *-. ComingiEyents. FRIDAY G. N. B. Club meeting with Mrs. Robert Wcedman. Mrs Johnny Hlckman entertaining Initial ciirf). :,C.B.C. Club meeting with Mrs R. A. Copeland. Seventy five per cent of the talk ies exhibited in Portugal nre o American origin daughters, Mrs. Lucy McAdams an Miss Cliffie Webb, arc in Mcinpli' with him. Mr. and Mrs. Ebb Spradiey spcr yesterday in Memphis. H OW TO RUIN AND I 1 'S iragic how some girls lose their flicnds and ruin their dresses because of perspiration odor.ind srainj. And there's no excuse for it. It's t ny to save dtesscs, it's uy to save friends. Use Arrid, tlic new cream deodorant [tut, helps X-ccp j-our armpits dry and removes the odor from pcrspira- lion. Arrid is safe and dependable for these /if reasons: 1. AuiJ does not irritate skin. Does 0 not rot dresses or men's shirts. DRESSES LOSE FRIENDS 2. Prevents under-arm odor. Helps .j stop perspiration safely. 3. A putc, wliitc, antiseptic, stainless vanishing cream. -f. No waiting to dry. Can be used right after shaving. 5. Awarded Approval Seal of American Institute of '.Hindering — Immlcss to fabric. Use /Sm'd rcgulatfy. Attid is the largest selling .icoJoHnr. Sold at all stores selling toilet coods — 39c and 59c a jar. («». r».| SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS P, P". 0 " 106 We Dellvcl ' J. M. ,MM) William,, owncr Hltlg . Mrs. Dalton C. Fowlston, B. A. M. S. M. Announces OPENING OF FALL CLASSES In PIANO — ORGAN — VOICE Former New York Organist and Teacher t>™ M * . ,, . p " of Clarence Dickinson President of Union Theological Seminary School of Muslo Appointment Keeping Up With The Men In Service Aviation Ciulcl rjmhvlti Guy now Is tinilcrgoltiii priinury (raining nt Miislnng Field, El Hono, Okln,. filler linvlns i>Mn clarified (ls n pi i>l Snn Antonio, 'lr>xns. HL' Is the son o[ Mr. nnil Mrs. j. w. Ciny Tlic 11-25 Mltclii'll Iwnil) tsruni) to wlilch First Lictit. Gordon rt. RKIU- <-.v, sou of :Mr. nnd Mrs. c. W. Rnniey ot Illyllicvlllc Is nssli-nfd, lias been cllcd by President Hoose- velt for oulslniitlliig pertonnnnci; "I mitv in nctioti nijalnsl the enemy. IMilfimnt iiiimoy is serving ns n pilot with tl». dlMlngitlKlicd lt. Ills B«WI> Imii Ilovvn more innn 500 conibnt niKslons in tlic Mediterranean Tlirntcr O f Oiwrn- tlons, nnd now Is iiliiyinu- n jnnjor r^ In cutting coiiniuinlcnUuDs )jc- In Quebec Parley the German lines In Ilnly iil, llciny o. Onvls, USNIt. of uixorn Is one of Ihc 10 pilDis who woiv wllh ibo oi'lBliinl "U)n<-k Dili" ffliiiulron when It [irsl was fonnetl. mo srpmdton B ol Us niiiiic from '"i! fuel thai It WHS Ihe first Nnvy ji''o"l> llwl flow Cntnllim flying bont.s iKiliiled iiitch biiick. ' Rllcy C. Sliuenmker. brother of led Sliocnmkcr of Ltixorn, 1ms been I'loiiiotnl (o the K'-nrte of prlvato list dwss. lie Is nn iinmninlllon hnmller with (he 91st Inf, m tr v Division of the Plfth Army in Ilnly. lie fjiyinon Hynuin. son of Mrs. Wi'lllo liynimi of Uixom, l.ns nr- ilvi'd over.stvis. nccoi-(lln« (o infor- »|iitloii received, by his motlier, who 'L^o h:i s (wo brothers In wri'lce. u\ Jim Ruipj, , lmv j s R(IU [ 0n( , (1 n Ihe South pnclflc, while 1'vl "Hey linli.h Is ,,| i^n. Mcmle. '}>' lm '"' s son-ln-lnw, liolse lilKf, muster seiunnn, i. s now "t IVnrlHnrbov. while two nephews Corn, llm-iwy linlp),. vv ltn (lie Mcd- rn Corps I,, p,-,,,,,:,,. ,,| 1( | ,, vl c , u . Ralph In n, c s oll(h p iU .|| 1( . 1V) . ' Joiner Students Inspect Plant Of Courier News Mot/tor Rejects Honor for Missing Hero Son ST. LOUIS, Sept. H. (UI't-Mosl sims me homes In Ihelr nioiliers 1 eyes wlietlier they Imve .[one uny- tliitiB or not. "ill Mrs. Selnm O'lliiro, iiiother »' I yinif KC liutch O'Mnrc now "IssliiB in HIP I'nclllc. st, ys her son Is no more heroic Mmn „„,, uUKr tniiii who lluhts for his country So she usked the at. Louis school board to withdmw u MisBesllon thnt Hie city's public schorl! stiidlum lie nmni'd in honor of her son. "My son served imconipliiiidnolv mil unreservedly," she snld, " n ,,d i know he wonlti not desire tiny honors not accorded other boys In the lerylcc us his friends have jitlKital." 'I'lie school board has (Implied tii c oposul A hint of big things to come In 1 the war nguinst tile .laps is seen in presence ot Maj.-Gcn. Robert K. LnycocU, above, at Ihe Quebec conference of President Uoosc- vclt, Prime Minister Churchill ami Allied military and naval leaders. General Laycock is chief of Britain's Combined Operations Command, spearhead of amphibious undertakings, nnd since there is little likelihood of such -operations in Euron'c, his participation suayesled , important new sea-borne assaults oh the Japanese empire. The Rev. Milton Graham Accepts Boonevi/fe Post 01 Inleiest in lllythovlllc, former ionic of the Rev. Millon Ornlinin s the news of his acceptance or the >05t us pastor for Baptist, pnllcnls u the Arkansas 'rulierculosls Siinii- lorliim nl Booticvllln. •• The licv. Mr. Grnhnin lins l>cen Cducalloiml director of P| ra i Unp- tkt Cliiirch In CVnuvny since Apiil lo. and will serve in the same cu- jijclly at the Hoonevlllc Hniillst Cliurch in aitdllloii lo his duties ut the Sanltorium. A graduate of Oimchila Collcfic, SPERMANENTWAVE . cr«i]-lj.. raiifurial,],.. c. Ooil j'uufscll.Thcanraiiiu. ronlnlrucvwylliiiiK you n<-c,l, ^,K[mant ill wuve fc^lnhnn. ciirlcis. siiniii]K«i and wave set l-'ntv p, pullin,, your twir „„ i,, n.rlc,,. Imiu M\|,J rcnmnc. (.)ii>r(ii-Kiir;~Aiiicrica > i llirfcsl wll- l(>g hpmc [wnunc,! wavckil. Ofl o w i,.h™H Rt. .Klrby Bros. Dnif Store nnd all drug stores. , .' MINNBE LEt JONES •-.' , Teacher of Piano Announce;, rcopciilnir-of lie elns.«» for btfflnncrs and ad- vauccrt pupils. Knroll Now For Convenient Hours' Studio '807 .Chicknsawlm i- i>l, onc 2<)<M We, as druggists, arc skilled men in our profession. Through years of study and experience we feel weil able to help your doctor in protecting the health of you and your family. When you enter our store you can feel assured that the prescription your doctor has given you will be compounded accurately, in a minimum of time, and at fair and reasonable prices. FREE—Competent Advice on Only A Few Cents A Day Buys thc Best! 22) W. Main Phone 507 ^ V "'""''iT* u! <" »»,i i , Shllwm ' 0 ue hool joiner, gntaeti 11 deuri>r know c, KC of (he various operall,,, n. publishing „ thuiy u t , WS |,!,p,,. .', " erduy i.flernoon when they visited the plant of the Courier News Ihe students were pnrtioulnrly |,,. teresled in the nu-chiuilciil ilcpart- •iw'iil «;l.(W they Sllw ,, 110 £ Ols I ype-sc UI.R maelilnes) In c,pe i«" Ion and where they «,»• IJ,e 1)U1 , C ,. liohiK printed on the Courier's cl|' l- pnsc press. They ulso watched work- m In the nmlllnii Ocimrlnu-nt where Hie imper for mull subsfrlbevs ,i ro " noo They wtiiind »|> tlu-lc visit with In- snei'tloii of Ihe Uiiitwl 'Prpss (,..„ type machine h, ijiu new,' mom where news from all purls of u" '' Hra/ll. an Imporlaismirci- ,,f wml-precloiis slones ,iml indiistrlui jllumomls hus established „ sch) „ l<> I fnlii Us own (lliu mm( | cutters i>nd polishers for Ihe Industry, wlc,' 'PAGE,FIVE'.,,, Troppeduyfjt Cnught In .one at Iho war's ercntcsl pincers, Field Marshal Maximilian von Wclchs, nuove commandhiH German troops In the llnllcans, .ippeiirs trapped as lied army's drive through Hul- Burin ncnra cITcellvc Junction with Marshal Tito's Yui'oslav J'urdsnns. Von Wclchs' forces include 20 divisions In Yugoslavia nncl six in Greece, loliil- ' Inu some 250,000 men. ho intended Southern Hapllst Scm Inary at Louisville, ICy., ,m'l has, ",, pastorales at Melbourne and m Ionian,!, Calif. n c Is the son if Mr vmJ. Ml ' S- Kllrl amlm »> "I Blythe- deferment for war workers Is nothing new, accordln K to Bc- Icclive Service whlcji Jms discovered records of occupational deferments iu lliu Dies nf cieii. cicorgc WiishhiHlon. On June Ki, nn the IJourrt of War recommended to Ihe Continental Congress that II workmen In n "cammn ,nnd nail rod writs" Iw dischnrKcd from (he ml- Illn localise they were more useful In ' their employment us urllllcers " All Girl Scouts & Brownies: BIG RALLY Saturday Morning September 16th, 10 o'clock of the in Walkfcr Park ..... Let's Plan Our Work and Fun for the Coming rear. ; Hnyon can [jo ravishing! ['hucnk rayons arc. In /act Ilicy'rc soinclliiiiy jircKy special in leg aril ficsitlcs , sliccrct limn you'd dream rayons could I le , ili c ; r sleek fit at ankle anil heel is a positive lioon. The well-known, wear-well tjiiality you always get wlicii you ask for J'liocnix, (ool \ All The New FaII Shades! JEIDEL'S ,. An °™clal of the FJre Control, V.\b. Forest Service,'predicted-re* contly that, advanced tjpcs of hell. copters developed during the war will rcvoluttffliUe fiie - fighting methods. Helicopters can land in Email openings in the /orest on— fiinnll lakes or mountain peaks where U would Ix! Imjiosslble for an airplane to land, and mcn'and q<iulpi men', can be brought within strjlc- I'lB (IlKliincc of the fire, MQR01INE HAIR TONIC iftRGE BOTTLE-25* BINGO at American Legion Hut THURSDAY Sept. 14, 8 P.M. Admission 35c Form Products Prizes, Sponsored by. -',,.. County Homo . Demonstration Club New Shipments of; ANTIQUES Arc Arriving. Almost Dally!,,,; Come In, Wu Like "Shoppers". The Gift Shop Modem ,t Antique Gifts. MOSS BRYAN MARGARET^ HEAUTY SHOP 1" B. Phone 2532 ' Bring Us Your Beauty Problems Modern Eqolptnenl Eiperi Cantinaoiu Showii Bo» Office Opens 1:41 ' tfhour Starts 2:08 "'"" LISTEN TO KLCN Tliursrtny and Friday...,.,; ^TAYLOR* SUSAN PETERS # . - of ' » A, RUSSIA m I'aramount News and Selected Short Subject ROXY M«Unc« Sst. A Sun. Only '.'' Opcnj each night 6:45; lUrto V Opttu Sandaj 1:00; Start* 1:11 j. Ontlnnoiu Shows B»t. u>< gmT S»rr»io Nljht Every Nfjhl tn«ft . , N» PIUM* honored nn lufaj th« Thursday and Friday .' Sclccfcil Shorl Subject

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