The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 22, 1944 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, September 22, 1944
Page 2
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* l.'J.H-' , > 0 - 1 C01JKIER''NE\/S il ' Lieut Lieut, ijoie Landon Weds Naval Flier Saturday ! >'' c Tile njarrUge ol Unit JoU- Landon, ii»t*r of Col. Kurt M Lan- doii, &>tnm«ndtaf officer of the vil)* Amy Air Held, to Jp n[ > ** Oenta, 08N, was lifd Saturday alterroon, 3 30 o'clock: hi the First Baptist Church I in Carilnvllle, II! , home of both the bride »rui'the bridegroom Lieutenant, Landon »as attended b) her Ulster, Mrs' diaries Ash- north ol CarllnvlPs, as mttron ol honor, by WASP Betty Clements ot i BAAP ts maid iof honor, and b> | Lieiit. Oh'arldtte'Rferid oj'iawson Field, Bfrt Benning, Qa , and Ueiil Grace Manning, commander of the VMo at BAAP, »s bridesmaids Lleutehfots' Friend, : - Manning and Lawm i all^.yen.t through Officer candidate, School weather The bj-Ide^was* given In marriage by her brqthertlii-law , Ormrleb AsJnvorlh pf'Oarll.n'vilJe^ , The [Wedding *js (ollo^ed by a reception at the home of the brides mother>Mrs Perfy Oliver Lsndon 1 Mowing a Bedding' trip the bride will return to her duties at the local field, v,h)le Lieut Genta V/il| return to Navy Pre-Fllght Io«a CIlj, lowaj where he «cfs in an od vlsory capacity tb the cadets after having served 3$ months in combat n> Ing •> . , , ( »*'«••'• Club, Guests Entertained 5 « It ' Early Ftji flowers from the hostesses' garden were used to decorate the entertaining rooms of (he j 0 C I*&loq,hfc»jt t «UlJiitnber n Nine yesterday afternoon when Mis Langstotf entertained members of the Friday Luncheon Club and two idditlon*) guests, Mrs Fred V Rutherford and Mrs. Marvin Rob|, iruon J; v Luncheon »as served »t one o'clock at: the dining table,, which was centered with 1 a low bowl of yellow chrysanthemums, and later the guests played bridge for several hours. •, ' High score prize went to Mrs. Marvin rtunn and second high to Mrs. Robinson, , .-••;,, '-*-•»''«.•"'.•'" Bit thday Party Is Given . Bobby Jo Melton celebrated her third birthday yesterday afternoon at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Frazer nt He'r- mondale, MO. The 14 children spent 1 several hours playing games, and after-the birthday gifts lind beeji opened, refreshments of birthday cake and ice cream were served. - ! '' '•' Bits of Mostly. Personal, Joe Evrard, son of Mr.-ami Mrs. Marcus Evrnrd. left today for'Fay.- ettevilic, Ark., where he.'wlll attentl the University this Winter. Mr. and Mrs. J. Louts Cherry left today for Pails,- Avk., where Mr. Cherry will attend to business for several days. : Mrs. John R. McDonald and Infant daughter, Sharon, left yesterday afternoon for Kansas City, Mo,, «here they will visit Captain McDonald's father for two weeks, Mr and .Mrs. ;George; Stllwell end daughters .have re.turncd. from East Prarlc. Mo., where" th'ey"''at- tende<l a-family reunion of mom- ters of Mrs. Blihvcll's family. .., Mr. and Mrs. Crawford M. 1 Noble were here last night and' today after they had arrived from a Summer trip to Entile Creek, nnrt other points In -Michigan, and Mow THRIFT WL(,l.\SATIIO.Mi: that tbat many yonng people have little'rrgarai'frir'jibe* 1 ! York. They will spend 10 days here and In Jonesboro before leaving Oct. 3 !or Miami Beach, Pla., to spend '.he Winter at their home there. R. L Banister 1ms been admlt- led to Memphis Baplljl Hospital /or treatment. ' ' '• '•'••' Condition'of Leon Stllwell, who underwent .an appendectomy" Wednesday aV' Blylhevllle KospHai."'!* Improved; " •'• ' ' .' Mia 6a'th>li)e"Sm']V,h'' iirned lo'his st^jio'n jit „ , . Md., lifter spending tils"furi6ugii Here with his wife mid his mother, Mrs..Ellen .Weight! 1 .:' „, Mbs- Eugenia Crawford left last night for Ames, -Iowa;-where she has accepted a fellowship In journalism at Iowa State College, she tins been , <\\y reporter, for the Courier-News for the past year, ami will be on the faculty nt town Stnte In addition to working toward Vicr- Mnsler's.Dpgree. • .: •,• •' Gerald Wheeler, :• tU'tmori 1-c In Ihe Navy, n'rrlved-Wednesday for a' visit with his parents", Mr.'and Mrs. Elzlo Wheeler and his wife and Iwo children, who have been making their home with his parents while he has been in the Pacific for the past seven months. -Hlmslster, Mrs. Jack iAdklnsW'dulfpofi, 1 Mlsi; arrived; yesterday for a visit with her parents, corolns'espMlally tobe':w](h brother; whlle^he Is on'-jeave.'!.;,' W.'H. "JacksorV»ij undergoing'a checkup at'Memphis Baptist Hos- P'tal,' "" ,:••:•' I-.,,,!, . I', ...:,..), Staff; Sergt, J. C. 'Klnnlngnam returned ., Wednesday..,.to,. .Lake PJ>!U}% La,., where he, f$,6latlpned, after 1 'speridlnV^'-lS-day'^fuflougfi here with Mrs. Klnnlngham, She accompanied him to Memphis and returned that night. i Mrs. T. J, Bailey is spending the weekend In Memphis. Mrs. Leonard Johnson lias' returned 'from Memphis where she accompanied Private Johnson, who was cnroutc to. Camp Cook, Calif, after spending his 16-day furlough here with Mrs. 'Johnson mid Ihelr daughter, Beth, who are making their home with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. N. Hawkins, while Private Johnson Is In service. Mrs..M. A. Price of East Pravlc, Mo., nrrlvcd yesterday ta spend several, days;. with her .daughter, Mrs. rr\rs>ll.11l*.t«t A^ _'„'«,! »_i_i ii-_ who [Today's children are grgvf- "Sng up m a topsj-.turvy £vrorld, in which monej val- «iea havs become almost ^meaningless The) s|e bi\- glioni being spent like vtater KThey yfitness the adults d{ ijour nation earning turns I|thgt \tould have been fan atastic four years ago, and ^unfortunately spending is i r though there were no to K JnoiroW. It « saiiH wonder ^^ . Thrift, if it is 16 continue as a n^l)ve ; AmerK:an trait, must bc^rehpW—'and the ( place for its rehirth is in the ^liome Parents qan best teaolt this lesson b) example, hjispendmg cnrcfull) and saving regularly, and by explaining lo young poo pie why thrift is so itnpor taut to 1 happiness and success Our hnnk uclconiLS thrift accounts and takes pride in helping people to be good savers. The First National Bank Only National Bank in Mississippi County — —j«^,..u.tib mo » w* luugii ii VM' Oeorge Tlel$, Lawirencevllle, 111. here with hls.-.barcBti, Mr .anil Mrs. John Wald,eri,S{spent yesterday- In Memphis with',his sliter, Mrs. Duff Oallher and Mr GalUier. Mrs F L' JJusbaiids and MUs Betty MoMnllln spfent today ftfemphis t ] i \ i Mrs Muck HJcUnaii and clilldren of Marshnll Tex^s have arrived for a M=it with r«lstl?es|ln Blytheville. Mrs Paul Pryor ,hns relumed home from Memphtl Baptist Hospital wheie sh$ underwent h FRIDAY;'SEPTEMBER 22,1944 Rabbit Show New Feature &f Fair Here • naliblts— that one-time net how if) 'big business a* a choice meat—!; a feature attraction of the Mississippi County Pair which opens rj'effi Tuesday. .!• ' '••-." : h y/ith a number of persons in this 1 seeiion raising rabbits for the niar- ket, it has been decided to have a Rabbit .Show 'li>' which finest, of their sjo'ck .shown, along with pedigreed stock of raisers In Missouri, Illinois nnd. other distant points. .Allen Rushing Is in charge of the. show, planned to stimulate interest In rabbit raising and rating with as large. "a" number, to. be entered facilities for : showing -permit. ':' -Entries' already : -r'eglsle'red -.; are those of liie.B.'ajid.M.'-Rabbitry of which Harry/Ray Brpoks Is' co- owner, Mrs, Jessie Hughes, Eaton and Qlonkenshlp, Otis Shepherd, Mrs. Fannie Alexander, Miss b))le Alexander, U. ! W.- Mulllns, and Chickasaw Farms stock of which Mr. Rushing Is owner. : ..-.Visitors to the Rabbit, Show will be given recipes for preparing • this delicaby iwhlcn fast has 1 become very popular with New Zealand Red and White pedigreed stock 'to be featured;. ; ' ' . At The Hospitals Walls Hospifii! • Admitted: • Mrs. O. G. Anderson, city. Nelson Ray Benson, Manila. Mrs, Elma Negdhain, Harncrsville, Mo.'" Herbert Wayne Millsaps, clly. Mrs. J. E. Gurloy, Sltele, Mo. Mis. fieri Tnunble, Paragould, Ark. Pemiscot Singers Will,,. ^, Meet At Sfeefe Sunday*'" The Peirilscot County Singing Convention will hold Its monthly singing at the Assembly of God Church in Slccle, Mo., Sunday afternoon at 1 o'clock, II 1ms been announced by R, E. I,. Smith, president of the oruanlzalton. The public is Invited lo attend. Mrs. W. D. Howard, Dell. 'Mrs. A, M. Tucker, city. Mrs. J. H. Johnson, city. Walter Logan, cltyl' : '•••'' Mrs. Jim Quails, Burdette. "• ' • • Virginia o. Hill, city. :. ; illylhevllle Ifospffal Dismissed: Billy Owen, city. . Mrs. Luther dray, Armore). •Annette Whistle, Manilla. Mrs. Carroll Blakemore and daughter, city. Memphis SI. Joseph's llospllai Admitted: , B. R. Moore, Kclser. Mci"ii)ils l!.ip(ist Hospllal Admitted; R. L. Banister, city. W. H. Jackson, city. Mrs. Kcldic McHae, Luxora. . Mis. L. HoivEon, Osccola. • Scotland Yard adds 20,000 fin- leifirlnlt. of convicted and suspected 1 criminals lo Its,files annually. •. London'.'! residents spend J300,- 000,000 anmmlly' : oii "sllinming" and other beauty trcnlments'in normal times. • , down jo 3900111' M.fcs Bobby Rente orr}ve,d this morning \tsjt I ,y,lth Sergt J Jany lie home, of St. 'Louis for a weekend '. Waiden and id Mrs. John his 'parents Mr. Waiden Miss Chffie \yebb'returned home last night from Memphis where she has' been with her father, Jim Webb, who is critically 111 at the Baptist Hospital there. Mr. Webb's condition Is slightly Improved. Another daughter, Mrs. Lucy Mc- Ailams, remained In Memphis with him. '••:.-• Mrs. C. E. Price Is in Tupelo, 'Miss,, where she was called by the serious Illness of her mother, Mrs. Mnud Lowcry.' • • •''•'.' Deep-lying tissues of sick persons nre being treated by electrical energy that Is converted into heat within the llrsues of the body. The Verdict mf is in.Eavor of OLD JUDGE Tjjhe Coffee with the', -•V 1 r-f, _ t . v ^ou'H say Old Judge is the most, delicious coffee you'have ever tasted S'li's the'exclusive irradiating that turns i the trick in\ its favor- giving it a flavor-boost— keeping it at the peak of taste-tingling satisfaction. Imported from the finest coffee producing countries of Central and South America—Old Judge is grown where pure sunlight fills its beans to bursting with an incomparable full-bodied flavor. Ask for Old Judge Coffee in vacuum-packed jars or duo-film bags. c^fiyAws COFFEE'col ^ vT. ?.OyiS,2,.MO. ^^5^|?4l^ Hoffman Is Big Scorer In Little Rock Victory -•tH'. .(; •-.- ...--,.• .'. . , LITTLE ROCK,:Sept..22. (UP) — It was John Hoflmari night In Little nock'i Tlmrsday night, as the Little Rock High School Timers won their season o|>«ner by running over th° Fordyce Hcdbugs 49-0. Big John .HofTinan, 1943 All-Southern iull- : back, was responsible (or four of the .Tigers' totlchdowjjfi, and kicked seven straight conversions Jor a 31 point total:. NATIONAL LEAGUE Chicago 11-6, New York 8-4. Pittsburgh 10-14, Brooklyn 4-0. St. Louis 5-6, Boston 4-5. Cincinnati 5-3, Philadelphia 3-4. AMERICAN LEAGUE New York 5, Detorlt 4. Cleveland 5,' Boston 2. St. Louis 9, Washington. 4. Only games scheduled. Continuous Show* Ever? Daj .Box Office Opena l;45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 12:11 Read Courier Mews Want Last Time Today Hargrove with' Robert' Walker and Dnnim Heed Paramount News and ' Selected Short SuVjjecls Saturday SMlUY SENTIMIETS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS, Serial, "Desert Hawk" No. 10 , Slioris properly desgned, ere remembered always. Our Bowers are always fresh, and all work Is guaranteed to please. Let our expert leslgnera help you wllh your floral-needs. - Con. Showfng'day 1:00 to 11:39 Store I,Jl li| '.f;'f'', : :i;.i;-;.(Ror^.eHy Known /\s Ben Franklin jBtpre)^ Announcing - . .. q change in name and policy only. This store is still, as it has always been, HOME OWNED, HOME MANAGED, HOME OPERATED. - f We are no longer affiliated with any outside connection that would tend to limit or control our buying We are 100 per cent INDEPENDENT ... We buy from any place and anybody who has quality merchandise at the right price. We wil.lcontinue to locate scarce merchan- - - •-."•-. '• '" : .i; dise and offer it at rock bottom prices! I I "Be Thrifty-Shop Thrilfy First!" and 100 Store THRIFTY Main and Broadway, Slythcville, Ark. and 100 Store I'aramo'ual Nev.s and Selected Short Subject Continuum Showing Sun. i:is to 11 M»t!ne« Bat. & San. Only Opens each night 6:45; starts \l Optta Socday 1:00; SUrti 1:1* C*ntlnaoaj Shows get. utii Sun. Itaifmfn Nljht Every Nillil Eiocf4 N« honored on 3snt»T »' •1be'K«x]r. Last Time Today Swing time .with the" ^Andrews '.Sisters -and 'Harriett Hilliura ' . ; i. Selected Short Subjects Saturday 1TS THE GREAT ACTION PICTURE OF THE YEAR!" Serial, "The Phantom" 13, and Short Con. Showing Sal'day 1:00 to 11:39 _• Snnday ft Monday Fox News anil Short Continuous Bhowlnt Baa. 1:15 to 11

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