The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 19, 1944 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, September 19, 1944
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 19, 1944 ' Cojnitig JEvenU > \frf Jpe Jtoroty en^rtafnliig Friendly §eyefl Clulj. • A. O $3, Cjut> meeting Wllli Mrs. Elber{ Central flftrd P^ent A'socSatlon' meeting '»t school, 3 m. < , ; THURSDAY' Mr^ C C Uingston entertaining Friday Luncheon Club. Elliott Fletther Chapter of Vnit- cd Daughters of Confederacy meeting for luncheon, with Mrs P M. McCall, I2:30_ p.m. M^s P S Parker entertaining C & N Birthday Club at. herhcine, 1:30 p. m. FP1DAY Mississippi Qounty Council of Parent -Teacher Associations meeting nt Wilspn,'9:3i) am G N B Club meeting with Mrs. J F Nolen Mrs "johnny Hlckman entertaining Initial Club C. B):C. 'Club meeting with Mrs, Ross Moore. Annual Fellowship Dinner Given By Presbyterians Approximately 1(H) members and friends of the First,; Presbyterlai Church attended the annual Fel- 'f loushlp Dinner given last night in >l tlie social rooms of the church. Members of the social acthltie ', committee, v»lth their chairman Mrs J P. Pride'Sr,, together with the >oung women of the church, served the two course chicken dinner, while .the 'decorations of the rooms and the~arranegments of the tables ,'»efe In charge of members I of circI<L.rour of the Woman's Auxiliary <. <. < i Bowls. of' mixed!-garden flowers were uHfd on the Jong tables, v>hl|e other vases of" Uic colorful blossoms were, arranged throughout -the entertaining rooms. A program .was presented under the direction of Mrs. R. C. Allen Jr., who has as hei program topic ' \Vo men Entering the Third Year of Umled - Rfhglous Education Advance" - « ( Mrs Sam Clalborn gave a religious reading A talk-was given by S. E. Vail on "The Church School In Religious Education", and the Rev. Harvey T Kidd, pastor of the church, spoke on the topic of "Chprch Attendance" f , Ross elevens sang two solos companled .by his daughter, Mrs Richard Norton, and Mrs F B Joyner.served as accompanist, to the group singing whlcji conclude* the evening's program Vlrs, Scott Cpmplimented Mrs. Elwood Scott, who with her amliy liss moved to Steel*?, M.5., o make her home, was complimented Friday afternoon when Iglit qf her 1 iielglujprs entertained llli a coca-cola party and handkerchief shower at the home of vfrs. LaFaycttc May. Hostesses for he affair Included Mrs, May, Mrs. Mitchell Yatcs. Mrs. Roy Wcods, Mrs. George Slllwcll, Mrs. Hubert Seymore, Mrs. Joe _McClure, Mrs. Tom Mabry and Mrs. Frank Brown. The afternoon was spent In tin hforinal manner, and Mrs'. Scott was presented ivlth handkerchiefs iom the guests present. Assorted party foods were served throughout the afternoon. • • • Royal Service Program Given At Baptist Church The Women's Missionary Union of First Baptist Church met. yesterday afternoon at the church for ft Royal Service Program under the direction t ol Mrs. Kendall Berry, whose program topic was "Enthroning the King In Our Own Community". The meeting opened; with the watchwords for the year, led by Mrs. Ebb Cm-son, president. This, was followed by prayer by Mrs. Al- vln Huffman. before Mrs. Carson introduced Mrs. Berry. Mrs. O. V.'Daws gave the devotional, followed by prayer by Mrs Walter Bishop. Mrs. Berry then discussed "Community Missions", Mrs. C. E. John- oil's topic was "Plans for Com- lunity Missions", Mrs. Charles Ray ewcoinb discussed "Enthroning ic King," and Mrs. E. L. Hale iscusscd "Open the Windows for •oiqnumlty Missions." . Prayers were offered by Mrs. Caron and Mrs. H. H. Brooks. ; •, • • • )aughter Born Yesterday •Mr. and r>frs. C. F. Blakcmore are he parent 1 ; of a daughter born •eslerdriy, at Blythcvlllc If/i^uital. ['lie bnby, their second child, hns »een named. Snrah Elizabeth. The Blakemores have a son, Car- oil Fairfax Jr,, who Is almost 'pur.' •••.'.:.• . P. A. Escarre Jr., .wlxj underwent tonslllectomy yesterday at Bly- hevlllc Jlospltal, was removed to- lay to the home of his parents on learn Stree, where he Is reciijjcral- Harpld Jlcndrlx and chll- Bits of News Mostly, Personal Keeping Up With The Men In Service ng, Mrs' Circle Meetings Held Circle * nieetings ' held b ipiscopalians Meet members rof the Woman's Soclet of Chrls^an Service- qf Pifst Meth . dist Church yesterday afternoo when they meflrt various home, throughput the clly Mrs George Hubbard was hostess | v to eight,mernbers of circle One, when Mrs "J Mell Brooks Jr gave the deyotional, apd Mrs Charles L Wylie the study course on "Quiet Talks on Prayer" This study course Li being conducted In each of the .'L\ circles. Eleven • members .if Circle Two met with Mrs. Harvey Morris, when Mrs J L Gunn presided in tlie absence of the circle chairman, Mrs. Paul Pryor, - who Is 111 In Memphis Mrs G W Danlelson led in prayer jmd Mrs J w. Adams Jr was In charge of the study course. Mrs Hnrrj W Halnes taught the sludj course at the meeting of Circle Three at the home of Mrs. George Burdette. Thirteen, members attended this meeting which aas closed with repitltlon of the Lord's: Prayer. Mrs Harry KIrby entertained 13 members of Circle Four, when Mrs. G W Pjles gave both the devotional and the. study course Closing, prayer was offered by Mrs. A. O Hudson Twelve members of circle Five met \Ut"h Mrs Max B Reid, with the opening prayer given by Mrs. R N. Hill Sr, and the study course in cliyge of Mrs. William Wyatt Circle Six met with Mrs. H. A, Taylor with 12 mebers present. Mrs U 'E Baker was in charge of both the devotional and the lesson for the.afternoon Refreshments were served by the 1-ostesses Curing the social hour which followed each of the program meetings Members of the. Woman's Auxll- 9ry of St. Stephen's Episcobta Church., met yesterday afternoon with Mrs. Emiria Nolcn as hostess. "Hie meeting opened with jepell- s ' Dn ' qf'caiiimet, tlon of lhc : :Lqrd's. Prayer, and the Carlos Cable of members present worked on kneel- In g^cushiprts :,to <bc sent to; the ctmrclx;aUPetlt. Jean," and on eusly ions for^lH.e local! church. They'iajsc sewed on stuffed animals,' the ' of -whicii the organballon is spoil soring. Repetition of the creed closed the meeting, and the hostess served refreshments. durjng the social ..hour which followed. ' ; 1 - • f '» ' 'alvary Baptists Meet Eight .members of the Women's Missionary Society of Calvary Bapr * list Church met last night at the church for a Royal Service Program. . • The Bible Study was led by'Mrs. Benlah Lloyd, whose topic was "Inherit the Kingdom Prepared for You," taken from Matthew. Talks were given by Mrs. Vernon Boyd on the topic. "What Are Community Missions", by. Mrs. Sam McGee on "Plans for Community Missions", Mrs. Earl Walker on "Enthroning the King", and by Mrs. J. W. Tomlinson on "Open Windows.'.' * • • Hopkins Have Daughter Corp. and Mrs. Virgil Hopkins announce .the birth of a daughter Sept. 9 at Skaller's Clinic. Tlie baby, their first child, has been drcn of Osceoln, have returned ionic after a brief visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lendennlc Fowler. Condition of L, A. Cotheien, who hns been,seriously ill at his home on Division Street for the past several weeks, remains unchanged. Mrs. II, G. Pmllow mid family had us their -overnight guests Saturday, her cousin, John P. Ncblctt, of the : Ncblctt Radio Production Company In Chicago, who was en- roiilc by plane to points In Mississippi to spcinl his vacation. -Miss Belie Wliftsllt of Jonciuoro is visiting here as the guest of her sister, Miss Alice Whltitt, Mrs.'Gilbcit Hammock left loiiay for her hpme In Las Vcgus, Ncv,, nftcr n visit o fthree months here with Sergeant Jlamock's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Hammock and family. Mrs. Laura Billings of Joncsboro pent the weekend here as the nest-of-Mrs. Hubert Seymore and ther friend^, Virginia WMIams, daughter f Mr. and Mrs. Sam Williams, left oday ,fpr Passlfern at Hen- [crsonvllle, N. C., where she again vlll attend school. She hns spent he past Summer here with hei mnmts. W. S. Langdon Is ill at his home on Highway fll South. .s Marilyn Jones, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. R, Jones, ha ;one to Kansas City, where she I. mployed by Southwestern Bel Telephone Company. Stnff Sergt. nnd Mrs. B. P. Gtv Sr., and daughter, Mnry Lynn, o Salina, Kas., who have been visit ng In Brinkley, Ark;, and Memphis have returned here lor n brie visit with'his mother. Mrs. B. F Gay Sr., lit her home nt Hal Moon before returning Tlnnsda; to Snltna; Mr. and Mrs. Dolph Rust and son of Huntingdon, 'Ifcnn., are vfsilln Candidate School, follow 'two'years service In the Rus ell Islimcts. • Seryt. Austin M.'Mullock, son of 1 Santa Clans of them all, the Army Tr. and Mrs. Walter Mntlock of| Exclmnue Service, has started Its Dyc&v hns completed the final 'do your Christmas shopping early" here .as guests of Mrs. .Rust's aur and family,. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Jack son qf Calumet, nnd Mr. and Mrs. Pvt. Arthur F. Evans, son o[ Mij id Mrs. C. A. Evans of Route I lanlla, lius Just been grnduatei om Scott Field, III., rudjo schoo n 1 the Anpy Air Forces Training ojimmnd. His Intensive trnlii ere saw him complete a course In adlo operator-mechanics, in cl- llan life n vocational agrlcultun istructor, he attended Dell hlgl cliool and the University of Aransas, Ills wife Is the former Miss lazcl Lowry of Chicago. Coi'i>. George Doyle Jr,, son o fr. and Mrs. pbyle Sr., of Osceo a, now Is n't Camp Lcgiinc, Ncv livers, N. p., where he Is attending Christmas Season Is On At Busy Post Exchanges ders were placed through the gift' service, Last week 8,112 Christmas orders had already been sent in, totaling $47,741. The service Is made as simple as possible for the soldiers overseas. Joe goes Into one of the many PX units, selects his gift and places Ills order. The prder Is sent to the New York office, where the merchandise Is procured and where arrangements have been made to have the gifts wrapped in Christinas gilt packages and mailed to arrive as close os possible to a specified date. In the event tlie item Is broken or not delivered the money is refunded. The Exchange Service op- crates entirely without profit. The tremendous volume of business done by the Service shows how well the soldiers like their ycpr- around Santa Glaus. But Joe hi uniform is no different than Joe In civvies, for when In doubt what to buy for that gal he Mends flowers or candy. already made vigorous protests against the proposed amendment, vhlch would outlaw the closed shop. And have Inserted several ad-, vertlsemenls hi newspapers calling the defeat of the measure. •Big .Pay 'W Grandma NEVVBURYPORT, Mass. CUP) — Mrs. Jennie Fowler became a grand- , mother again and also a great- (, grandmother on the same day when her daughter and grand-daughter give With to girls. Mrs. Fowler Is 57 years old. The Japanese are eating some of the silk they used to ex|X>rt. They are extracting vitamin B from silkworm cocoons to Improve their diet.' TOO IATE TO CI.ASSIFV For Kent Bedroom with private bath. 621 W. Walnut. Phone 3295. 9j)9-pk-21 "Thai one, please," says Cpl. Kcmulli W. Crossan, of Smock, Pa., as hi; selects a gift from a 1'osl i:\clKiiiKe jewrelry counter. Operating on a nu-proflt basis, Army PX service sells from catalogues as well : ; • ; . "S from store counters. ' lly KIWIN A. .JOHNSON' Edilor of Anny'Times \\'rilton for NKA Service ..WASHINGTON. .— The biggest ihnsc of training as radio operator miner of a heavy bombardier unit M Aidmoi'c, Okla. Sergeant Matlock iitered the service in 1941, and re- :elvejl Yiima, giinnery training at AAP, 'Ariz., and radio 'operator nechnnlcnl training nt Sioux City, " 0, Tech. 3-p Haro)(i Porter, of Os- :eola, has arrived there for a visit vith relatives after 27 months In Africa and Italy. He will report to ioi Springs for assignment on Oc- '.pbor 1. Pvt. Alfred L. Cheatam, son of VIr. and Mrs. A. H. Cheatlm'm of 3tcele, now Is In New Guinea. He has been overseas since last November. Corp. John J. McDonald, husband of Mrs. Marguerite Bloker McDonald of Cnrullicrsvlltc, Mo., now Is serving with a service squadron of the 12lh Air Forces somewhere hi Hnly. Corporal McDonald formerly operated a restaurant in Ca- rulhersville. First Lieut. Thomas P. Russell, of Hayti. Mo., pilot of a Llberato: bomber, remently received the At 1 Medal decoration and was ,clte<!, for meritorious achievement whiK pnillcl])alliig in sustained opera-; lioiml (light missions in the Southeast Pnclflc area. campaign—and by early It means right now. ' •;For overseas Joes, who can't join .he Night-before-Chrlstmas department store : crowds, the Exchange Service has Issued its "Christmas Gl|t Suggestions" catalogue, whose pages sparkle with good things to buy. ••The catalogue's number one item Is war bonds, for n home, for family,- for education—but for those who wnnl to contribute toward a gift-bedecked tree or n Jnm-nnckcd stocking, the, catalogue has suggestions foi 1 every member of the fam- :ily. OI'S WANT THE 11EST For mother, sister m 1 tlie "best gal" the catalogue lists perfumes •Jewelry, compneU and other women's niceties—all of them the ver best. The APO-soldier can buy a tic shaving kit. key chain and othe terns for'dad nnd bud. Books playing cards, luggage, cigarette cas es and other welcome gifts are list eel in the catalogue for relatives am friends. Naturally there is a children's section with dolls and other toys. Consideration is also given to the ild'holiday gift reliable, candy. The Army Exchange Service's ilaim to being the biggest Sanla Glaus is borne out by the 360,000 Tilers handled last Christmas. But even this large total will be small fry compared to the 1,500,000 to 2,000,000 orders expected this year. Operating on a non-profit basis Die Army Exchange Gift Service Isn't just a holiday organization. It provides gifts for every occasion, birthdays, Mother's Day, Easter anil any other time a soldier feels like sending a gift to someone. Bid BUSINESS It is n big business. During the first six months of 19-H, 840,000 vc- t jAt The HospitaJs : -:V IHythcvllie Hospital AtJmUted— Leila Freda, clly. . Joe. Mctcaif, city. ' .'' . • J. W. Gofoith, Dell. Carl Giftyson, Oiceola. Porn to Mr. and , Mrs. C. F. Blakcinore, clly, n daughter yesterday. ' Dismissed— ; P. A. Eccnrre Jn, city. . Iniilled- s. . Clnrencc .Sanders, pILy, Mary Sutton, clly. Ismiised— Walter Williams, Luxora. Louise Prlddy. Cooler, Mo. Mrs. G. W. Estes, LHboum, Mo. Mrt. Emmit Dunn, Osceola. Memphis Baptist Hospital dmlttcd— Mrs. J. B. l^erguson, Manila. 'Freedom To Work' Amendment Opposed LITTLE ROCK, Sept. ID (U.P.)— Organized labor forces In Arkansas .pparcntly have launched their Irive to defeat the so-called Freedom to Work'' amendment, vhich will be voted on in the No- 'ember 7th general election. Tlie amendment, companion piece o the "Anti-Violence' 1 Inw passed by the 1943 Legislature, is spon- ored by the Chrktian-Ainefican Association of Houston, Texas. Labor forces- In the state have TO CHECK Swdnf at PILES! But Now He SMILES! .Sartors' formula for M O F Mother'sFiienH hei and comfort to expectant mothers. HER 'S [END. on exquisitely prepared emollient, Is useful In all conditions where a bland, mild anodyne mas- sago medium In Eklil lubrication Is desired. Ono condition [n which women for more than 70 years have used It Is at application lor massaging the body during pregnancy ... It-helps keep the skin soft and pliable.. . thus avoiding un necessary discomfort due to dryness and tightness. It refreshes and tones th Bkln. An Ideal massage application fo the numb, tingling or burning sensa lions of the skin . .. for the tired back jnuscles or cratnp-lkkc pains 111 the legs Ouickly absorbed. Delightful to use. 'Mother's Friend c At nil good drug 'stores everywhere —in Blytheville, at Kirby Drug; JIif*hly prniactl by users, nurses, .lust nik any dni Friend — the skin lubrica ninny doctors an E^t for Molher' t. Try It ton' 4666 Liquid tot Malarial Symptoms. FOE BALE CONCRETE STORM SEWER ALL BIZE8 Than Bridge Lowbcr Qiceoln Tile & Culvert Co. til OKeab, Art. You're Not Too Old To Feel Young This is a message for men who lave known life but no longer find t thrilling because of the lack -.of certain vitamins and .hormones. Tromone, a recent medical discovery combining vitamins and nor- / mones may multiply the vim am 1 zest and enjoyment you once knew. Your whole approach, your whole attitude toward life, may improve when you begin (o use Tromone. Now It- may be possible for middle Qgcd men to again enjoy the same spirit, vitality and pleasures that made their youth a thing to remember. Added years may not sub- trapt from your pleasures when you use Tromone, the new medical formula combining vitamins and hormones. Follow directions on label. Tromone for sale by Robinson Drug Co.. and druggists everywhere. named Mary Mac. Mr;. Hopkins Is tlie former Miss turwin Waldron. * • • Methodists Have Meeting Members of Ihe Woman's Soclnts of Christian Service of Lake Street Methodist Church met ycslerdaj afternoon at the church. Mrs. W. L. Green gave the de votional, followed by prayer by Mrs Iverson Morris. Mrs. Green presided over the bus incss session, when Mrs. Joe Strickland re»d a letter from Mrs Kaetzell of Wilson regarding th seminar meeting to be held Sept 28 at Jonesuoro. The meellng on next Monda BlythevilleMen In Battle For Angugr-lsland • A number of Blylhcvllle soldiers members of the 81st, Army Division participated in the initial lamling Sunctay on Angimr Island, soiith- iirnmosl, of the Palan group, which was hit entirely by Army troops. Among the local men who ave fighting the Jnps in their desperate ffovts to hold this heavily wood- el islan t i arc Scrgt. Preston Ramy, Sergt. Bnrne. 1 ; Crook, Sorgt. Rcn- lie Banks, Coi-p. James Baiighmnn. Tc. Bert Sttdlinm, and Pvt. ; Jniiies •lillcr. The "Wildcat" Division, as tlie 1st has been named; Is seeing its irst action in World War II. The group is led by Maj. Gen. Paul J. Mueller, \V]IQ y,'as formerly slalion- xl in Mcmpliis ns chief of staff or the Second Army under Lieut. Oen. Ben Lear until General Mueler assumed command of the 81st. 'ill b tlie annual prayer rclrcnt ixl birthday celebration for the Voman's Society of Christian'Scr- ice, and Mrs. Green urged that 11 officers attend in order to gtvc nelr reports. The 10 members present were ilsmisscd with prayer by Mrs. R :. Cawlcy. de[vou$,Restle$s Ol "CERTAIN DAYS" Of Tde Month? If tuactlcmnl periodic disturbances malce you feel nervous, tired, restless, 'dragged out"—Rt such times—try t<t- noiis" Lydla E. 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