The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 21, 1944 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 21, 1944
Page 5
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THURSDAY, SEl'TEMBLCU^l, (10.4.1 KLYTJIEV1LLE (AKK;); . Jfijss'McMullin Engaged i To Corp. J. B, Husbands Mr. and Mrs. Wllllnin 13. McMul- Ihi today announced the engage- inejit and •approaching marriage of their daughter, Miss Betty McUul- lln, to Corp. J. B'., , Husbands '• of Blytheville and Lcmb'rD Field. Calif. Plans for the wedding will be announced later. , , ... Miss McMulliii was Graduated from nlythcville high school where she wasrrt member of.the Red Pepper Uliib, and has been employed at the Ulythevillc Army Air P/cld for the past year. Corporal Ilusijands, the sou of Dr. 'anil Mrs. P. L. Husbands, also was graduated from the local high school.' He attended University of Arkansas, Fayettevilte, . where lie was n member of Sigma NU fra- lerity, and was graduated from Arkansas State College nl Jonesboro, where he was an honorary member of Gamma Apsilon frntcmlty. In the Alrmy Air Forces for the past two years, Corporal Husbands now is stationed at Lemore Field, where he is an aerial gunner. Central Ward P.T.A. Has First Meeting Mrs.<;H. W. Wj'lie presided over, the rihst meeting of the'Central Ward ; I'iirenl Teacher Association yesterday nHcrnoun at the school, when the principal speaker for the afternoon was Mrs. Christine D Pinckney of the Mississippi County Child ^Welfare Office. ! ': Mrs.;' Pinckney. who spoke''on the topic of "Child Welfare", stressed th&r vital importance of home Jtainini for the child from iufan- (*&: imh the creation of a healthful Home ,lifc. She then went: on to compaye the schools : of olden days with lh c modern institutions of learning. -^,,' W. B. Nicholson, superintendent of the Blytheville schools, told of the hot lunch project Tor Central Ward, junior and Senior high Fchool, which the school hopes to have In operation by mid-November, and lie also discussed the establishment of a Youth Club in Bl.vlheville .for use of members of students. This project, sponsored the junior and senior high school by the'local -Khvanis Club, would provide n place.-for: wholesome en- tcrtauunent ft* (he youths of the town i , Cenini Wu'd teachers acre, introduced by Miss Sunshine SWlft principal of the school and Mis Lonise|{ Widenpfuhl ga\e a'pi-\nc solo bejoie Mis C R. Wrotcn r^ad the presidents message to complete the program { Durujf, the business session Mrs . O. p !Binie\ was eleoleditrcisurer of thdJorg-uufcHUohTrephUng Mrs Paul Prior who icsijued Members also \\'mc iriMed to attend n tea at the home; of Mrs, Wjlie on the rcgulirimeefing day'In October to jfjjtaceJthe monthly meeting at lh e ',r;Mis5*ltarj Outlaws fourth gride recencd (he award for having the. largest^ refccntige of mothers in at tendinee and Mrs Thomas B Smylhes second grade rccened the second piue • . * • Birthday Party Is Given Because she was five,years old yesterday, Patricia Wlllmgham. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Willingham of G02 North Fifth, Invited 16 of her young frieuds to attend her birthday party. Games were played for several hours with prizes by Georgic May LeBlanc, Shirley Wade, Dickie Foster and Patricia Willingham. Later in the afternoon refreshments (of birthday cake and Ice cream were served by the hoste/ es mothery and each young guest was presented with a favor. .' * • • Son Born This Morning Mr ami Mrs. Calvin Toombs of Mjawihls are the parents, of n .son l:<t<i this morning, at Methodist Ho>\')ital there. The baby, their first child, has been named James Everett. '•; Mrs. Toombs is the former Miss Mary Austin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Austin of Osccola. Card Club Entertained AH members of the Friendly Seven Club were present yesterday afternoon when Mrs. Joe Hamby entertained the group at, her lioine at 1221 West Ash Cards were played for several hours during the afternoon, after which the hostess served n dessert; Engagement Announced Coming Events FRIDAY .iiltslss-lpnl County Council,''of Pnrcnt-Teacher, Associations ni'cct- Ing al Wilson, 8:30, :•' O ( N. B. Club'meeting with'Mrs. J. F. Nolon... .. , ... ,. : . ''-.'. Mrs.^johnny jltckmnni eiaertalu- lii«;lnit;liil club. ',. j ' '•., : , '• C;-!). C. Club'in'ccthiK wilii'Mrs! Miss Detty McMtillin's eiigagemcnl to Corporal .1. B. Husbands, son of Dr. and Mrs. P. L. llirbands, was announced t.-niay by her parents Mr. and Mrs..William B. McMulIin. Corporal Husbands now is stationed' at Lcmore Field, Calif., with the Army Air Forces. Club, Guests Entertained Two guests, Mrs. Robert Phillips ana Aliss Pe"gy white played brld" e with membcis of La Neuve Club luesdaj night when MIS Jick Chambhn entertained the clu at te home on West Mam Street Hith score club piue was 'ic- tcived l>y Afrs John R McDonald, ind second high hj Mi's Wilhnm Q Eoyrt uhlle Mns White « is hi»h imong the guests Ilie hostess sened a dessert course at (the. conclusion of the Mis Huffman Is Hostess \frs Eibeit Huffman «n>; liostess to member of the ADC Club -vnd ^neral other guests wcif entertained last night it her home on Clilckasawba Avenue Vases of mixed early Fall flow- eis were attnctnely arran?ed.,in the living room where bridge was phjed during the evening High score prize was awarded Mrs. Max Logan and second high to Mrs. Toby Long, and the hostess served n dessert course. Guests in addition to club members were Mrs. Logan, Mrs. Carlton Smith, Miss Frances Little and Miss Marguerite Dolen. » » » Wrs. Hartzog Entertains With S. S. Class Party Mrs. L. S. Ifartzog was hostess .0 10 members of the Beta Chi Sunday School class of First Pres- jytcrian church when she entertained Tuesday night at her home on Kentucky. Avenue;. '• 'i". "• > ' Mrs. Jesse' M. White,' class pr'cs- tlcnt, presided at the business meeting when plans were made to ncrense class attendance and in- crcst. During the social hour which fol- owed, .Mrs. Sam Claiborn gave a reading of a .poem by Edgar A Guest. A sandwich plate with iced drinks was served at the conclusion of :be evening. DANCE Thursday —, Friday -^ And Saturday Nights |p:30 to 1 O'Clock In the Beautiful Blue Room of the HOTEL NOBLE Admission 65c Inct, Tax CATtI) OF THANKS We want to thank each and every one tor being so kind and thoughtful during the death nnri funeral! of our husband and father. Mrs. Wittier Eskridgc Sarah Anne Eskridgc Mr. :md Mrs. Tliouias Carson Eskridge. Bits of News Mostly Personal Mis C A Hovey has u tinned from St Louis ,\Uiu<> >me s'pent three diys at market for OBrjant Jeuelry Compinj £>he '\yafe itcoAi- ranied b> her niece/ Miss Ujjllian B Ayres of O|ceolK '{'^ J > ' !i Stole BrooXs Jr has reluuiecl fo Unlversit, of Arkansas Fayottc- ville fpi,hi«, seuma J'LU'S «oik Mrs \yuiiam Young and dauyh lei Janet ore In Joncsboro vlilt ing Mrs Youngs stotcr Mrs George Sticklei and fnnils ! Mrs II ii Houchms MIS Cect Shane, Mrs. j. H. Elkins and 'Mrs M O Usrey returned yesterdaj from Memplus where they spen t«o da3s Mrs B A Ljnch is ill at he home at 1115 West Main, suffering from a sinus infection. Walter Logan underiveiit a ' ton sillcctomy today at Walls Hospital Mr. Logan has been 1)1 of feve since his recent return from overseas service as a United Press correspondent. Mrs. George D. Pollock Jr., nut son, George Dean III, have returne ( from a month's vacation spent a Hallwood, Va. r as guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs, A. L. Lewis, am in Maryland where they also visited relatives. Mr. and Mrs. c. V. Sebangh returned yesterday from Norton Kans., where they visited her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Simmons. Mrs. Sebiiiijjli went up last week to be with her parents. and was Joined a few days ngo by Mr. Sebaugh, who flew up for her. Mrs. Joe E. lleasley left lust night for New York, to meet her husband, Uejllenanl Hcasley of Dip Nnvy. who was returning from oversells service. Ixjuis Lynch left this morning lor Kayettevllle. where he has enrolled In the University of Arkansas for this your. , • Mrs, S. S. Slcnibcrg, who Is mnk- lim.hei' home In chlcnyo, Is attending lo biislne.'is licrc for several days. Mrs. E. v, Willis underwent n innjor operation today at Walls Hospital. cpnuitlon of Jim Webb, who is critically ill at Memphis BniMIst Ilospitnl, wus sllBhtly Improved last Mrs. O. n. lioonc hns returned from Memphis where she .spent Hvo iiiiys. Siie went down espeelnlly to attend the snidimtlon exercises Monday night when her son, Or. Howard'A, Boone received lib 3j^- grcu In medicine from the University of Tennessee School of Medicine. s^ Moore. li,- , In Time' for. Cuke LEETONIA. p.''(UP) — Just'as through Hie kik'hen door, explaining his ship hud docked at an At- InnUc port, the prcvloiK day' Moj, J. M. v .,„.. Will Leave Soon' For Reassignment M«J. J. M. Walls, home after having served as commandhiB officer of (he lauu station Hospital in New (Million for the past nim> nvmtlfs, will leave In a week for Jackson, Miss., for reassignment. Head of Walls Uosnilul- until called into service two years ago, Mnjor Walts was returned to the United • states Wi-'a rrU-'Mnuso" of his .strenuous woi'k-''lh diriiic for the woundiM) 1» (lie Neiv Guinea campaign. • ••''•» Stationed iU Cniiip' (YnuJcV, Muskogce, . Okln., until;, .W m ! nl, he first ; was ttt Sydiicv', Aitstralia, before' Bohig to |iis' Since nl-rlvlns here Aug. i'J, ho hns .sprat practically the entire time with Mm.* Willis •niKl.'lliolr sons, Tom, 11, and,Joe, .10., ,•-,.,, At The Hospitals Walh llmiiital Admit led: Mrs. K. v. Walls, city. Charles Oiirnmv, city. Walter Ixigiin, city. Mis. A. M, 'luckor, city. Mrs. W. D, Howard, Dell. 'Mrs. J. ij. cnssldy, Cooler, Mo. Mrs./!'. H. Johnson, city. Illytheville lliuiilliil Admilicd: i -Hilly Owens, Armorel. Agnes Di-iidley, city. . Noliiii c j .Young, blty'. " ' ' Mis. Lullivr oi-iiy, /initoVol 1 . '" ; D|smlssed: ' ' ,'tn • * ^Jrs. W. E. nnllnrd/'Aliinllii. '• ! " J : ' H. Strickland, Ncwcllton, La. . • nirinjihis iiiiplljiii Hosulliil .J' Admitted: • : •.' , . .: Nancy Jennings, city. Memphis SI. .liisi'iih's Husnltal % . ... t Offered-)f>o Chance To Train For Radio Work A splemlld ov port unity to receive valuable' tnilnliig as Navy radio technicians Is now offered to 11- year-old boys who enlist In Ihe Navy at the present Him-, |( W ns pointed out today by 1,1. w. M. Wlsner, Ofliccr In Charne of the Aikansiis Nnvy UccniiUiig Dlslrict. Under n cpmimratlvcly new plan ['l<c)( .ii|)i)llc4iil Is tjIven the oppor- •T l i y-f$Ri (M - Ell(l>l "-|»M' : - nli ,.6xi(in)Hutlon ;, coycrlni; > bftslc PAGE.'FIVK'ji«<> '{ roivJcs iireuikuj.lp >Kit Ihe neii- SlvAavy ifcJiilllnif HlmJoii .,1 oine ., e Men- m, to J8 jintb of «gu uii be Illveii the "I ddj list nt the Navy UecriHlbig bttuloii only utter Induction mid iisslgnmunt to the nlthouuh fits family has never bwrf"" definitely informed as to^-lhe ex- i « lent of hb '"irr;^.^ j : jNiivy. Pfc. Marshall Blackard Moved To New Hospital Mrs. MimhiH nlutkiird hni ic- cclvcrt u IcClci noni hci husband, I'lc. 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In the field pr/radio and clec- AchnlUc'dr Mri. vil!c;;Mo., , t , .,.: Mc'iuiiljls.,AIc(|i<i<its( HosiiKiii • Admitted: l ' Mildred clirlsllnc Ltilluc, Itecll. C/hnrle.s Hnllc, Joiner. ROXY ' ! I > Uailncn Sal, A Son. Onlj Opera each night 6:45; >tart« '. Opens Bnnd»j 1:00; SUrU 1:11 -C«ntUiooa.i Showi 8»t. »n* 8«JV laroln Nl«!n r.vrrr NIcbl Kx«c» »««»r« honored on the 8*17. Thursday and Friday ANDREWS SISTERS HARRIET NILUARO mm COOKSON mn wins uumiuirs itA Selected Short Subjects IF • Shipments of ANTIQUES Are Arriving Almost Daily! Come In, We Like "Shoppers". The Gift Shop Modern & Antique Gifts MOSS BRYAN I ii/ Continaoqj Show* Etery D»y Box Office Opens 1:46 Show, Starts 2:00 TO'KLCN Thursday and Friday KEENAN WYNN ROBERT BENCHLEY m COUINS • CHILI wins Paramount News and Selected Short Subjects Your Vote VV ill Promote FREEDOM TO WORK ... — for our returning Service Sons and Daughters. YOU CAN STILL BUY IN FURNITURE-AT RE/lMA ; BLl^Ri£tS ,No need to waif until after the.war f or np^urni^urc^ Our'store is filiod jf° overflowing,today, and ceiling prices^guarantee you" fuji';'"roturn'.',for.' jievery dollar investjed .'. . We^idn't scare; '^Hen" nianif^turers 'forecast |drastic merchandise.shortages_.(wc had three yarbh6usesloadoa:'with ^quality furniture at the'fime}—and we'd'idn'tilood u^on'^viotoyy'mbdH Ms". A trip to our store will convince you that-you ca^'^hop^ pt Wade's and Save." — - ----,-T,:.:;r,,;-;..,.•„...,..„....„ „.,,,,•„-„, ,„,,.. „ " : ,,, n ' i , :: . ^2-PIECE LIVING^OO^ SUITES, , "Full Spring Construction''^.. Wide Selection 3-PIECE BEDROOM SUITES Sturdy, Yet Attractive. Our Leader APIECE BREAKFAST RQOM-SUITESi ^Nicely Finished • X*- 1 50 (b. CoUon Mattresses ?V ^ }!. 6.95 All Felt Mattresses /.'': J20 Pet. Off, Pre-wai; Metal Beds, Full Sire . i.[ ! : : 6.95 Sturdy Cane Chairs 1.25 Utility Cabinets, 2-door, Black & White 12.95 9x12 Linoleum Rugs Slightly Heller Qu.ilily—5.!)5 | a, 3.95 Full Spring Construction Studio Cpucrtov : In Several'E'ricc' Rangcs*v L ij> |i "'' J ' ALSO . ,. Cedar .Chests, Kitchen Cabinets ,(tl>c v se pro, hard to find, but -'<• we have a fair stock), Floor Lamps,.Table jLpmps, 'arid other odd pieces WADE Furniture Company Blytheville, Ark." FEINBERG'S- Candlchgnt colors in soft warm wools to see hov u they add sparkle ro your cycs-makc you pr e tier. Choose yours today from bur big collection Other Smart New Fall Dresses (Nationally Advertised, of Course) 9.99 to 24.50 uaicgj.of design" pToducet" (he slim, {Ton-ing Hnc j (hit it\- jurc a )'6ungcr, more rual jp-- pcarancc for you! Flip up ihc graceful, sclf-Hutcd Upcls and JTCSIO. you've ihc new man- iTa'tfri collar. Of course^ i^j (Ailoicd in z iup^rfc fteirtng all wool fabric and li/1«I wfA Satin de Sjlvai. Sixes 33' 4 io -*3H Cotori Bfaefc, R.A.F. Blue, CofT« Brown. * Tl t Other Abbmpqr's From 27.50 up , Feinberg's Fashion

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