The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 25, 1944 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, September 25, 1944
Page 2
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k^ COURIER 'Quonset Cathedral' on Pacific Isle Coining Events Double O Clulyne<;tlng »Hh Miss Mary Spain ^Tsrey, n \ Mrs<.H J G. Porftow entertaining Club Eight" ' ,/i r ' WEDNESDAY „ Friendl} Seven Club meeting Blth Mrs S P. Hffl,, . ,, Toby -pong entertaining A Club v /". >' ! "'~< ' Mrs D, C Friday Luncheon Club meeting *ith Mrs W M McKenzJe S ERIPAY Mrs W B lAngdon entertaining C B C.'CIub- .".-f ' ONE Club meeting with Mrs John Brlllhart Initial Clutf meeting with Mrs Herman Mays' }uby Jean Austin Weds James'Devyey Honeycutt Announcement'has been made ot the martiage of Mks Ruby Jean Austin, daughter of Mr and Mrs p H Austlp of Route 3, to James Dw,e> Honeycutl, son of/Mr am Mrs Dewey Hone) cull of 116 East .... tfedding was solemnize! Sept 10 at the home pf justice o the Peace E M Perry at Marked free Ark The brlde^ «or a suit of lilni wool with? brown accessories Irving Htehatdion, brother-In-lay, of the bridegroom was the only at Mrs Honeycul' attended Dell high school and slater was-employed at the Kirby-Drug'Conipans Mr Hoijeycutt, & former student at Bl\ theville t high / school,' - has teen employed aUA S Barbaro •uid Company uiiill leaving Sept 'ledges Aie Announced Mist Coiistauce Dcnton and Miss 'line Gcsnell, students, at the Unl- rslty of Arkansas, InyeUcvlllc in ve pledged Clil Omega sorority t that school.: MIss.Denton Is Blending' Ihc'University after trnns- errlrig. from George State , college or .Women 1 .at Milledgevllle, 'last Jar ,Mtss Gosnell Is -v freslnnin. .iRybtg been a membci of the c'raduatlrig ' class of Blythevlllc ilgh school In May LouLs Ly'nrh^ also , ri first year itudent there, has plcdgecT Sigma 3hl fit the University. ' Bits of News Mostly Personal Women Lead Other's Lives At Expense Of Their Own Navy men stationed on Ehiwetok Island, In Die Marshall!; wail for scrv- ices to begin In their "Quonscf Cathedral." Ih- gonfous Navy craftsmen added an attractive "sleeple" to a standard Qtionset ljut to make the church. By RUTH M H.LETT If the learned folks wlio speculate on, why It Is that men, some-. :iow ', manage to accomplish most of the'. 1 ; world's .great woi'k would Ister),'. to'a wofn'fth;'ln. -ordinary con- son for' it. limy ' find tile rea- 19 for duf> the tfuvj His bride plans to maWe her home with her parents for the present F, x.'-c , -« * Lieut. Asherman To Wed Miss Jeanette ^White Mr and Mrs Vcrnon Alexander While of 'Memphis have tmnounc e<l the engagement and approach ing marriage of their daughter, Miss Etoile Jeanette Yfhite to Lieut Al- Mr. and Mrs. called to don MacKay of.N«? York, and Blj- the\ Die 7 Army" Alr'Tlela The Bedding xill be solemnized on Oct_.7 at'the East Side Cumberland"* Presbyterian Church In Memphis with .the Rev T C Block ton officiating « '^' ' Miis^"White 1 ^yae j graduated Irom Centralist! §chool arid attende Memphis State College' where sli was active In 'extra-cttrricular ac Uvities*" -*£., ' l Lleutfenanf > AJ}ierm»n, the son o Mrs Mwnrrt Jf^As^man of Ne- York, jmd OguiKjdlt, ,, Maine, -»t graduated from ?prlenos,' Seminar In New*York and was employed bj j the American Csanamid and Chemical CorpojraUoni *in Rockefeller Center before joining the Army Air FoTce^;'JCommi.Moned at Mocdj Field Ga, he now is a flight Instructor^at thflocal jiirfleld Birthday Party Is Given Omega? I/sulse..Alexander, daughter of;Mr and !*rs Claud Alexander, celebrated her f sixth birthday jeiterdaj- afterSoon -Rhen she invited ia of he"r )oung friends to attend a parly at her home ospital Games and contests amused the cl lldren, for several hours, with prizes ^on by Shirley Goff, Lanellc Jones and Alleh Ellis and each of the-young guests was presented with a fa.vor Late In the afternoon Mrs Ale\- •mder, assisted by her Bister, Miss Juaiuta Davis, sened refreshments of birthday cake and Ice cream "** * • > Twins Born Yesterday Mr and Mrs Charles Wombl are the parents of twins, a soh and daughter, born jesterday atternoo at Walls Hospital The childre ha\e not yet been named Ihe'WomWs.vwho live on Hearn Street; have ,lhree other children Mr. and Mrs. Raymond BenneU of:Bai'tlctt, .Tenn., fofincriy of Bly- llievllle spent yesterday here wilh friends. Their son, Lieut: Raymond Bcnnelt Jr., now Is' serving ns a bombardier'wtlh the Army Air Forces In England. 1 Miss Virginia Hill Is recuperating at her home from nn appendectomy performed last week at Walls Hospital. Miss Delia Pur tic is spending a two weeks' vacation nt points In cnnessee. Mr. and Mrs. Adolphe Helnicke of t. Louis spent the weekend here Itli her.mother, Mrs. S. P. Crnf- on and family Mrs. H. B. Moore of El .Paso, lexns, arrived yesterday for a visit f Severn! rtays.wllh her sister, Mrs, 3oyle Henderson aiid, faiiiily. .Cecil Purtle, .who has,been a pa- lent at Cnmpbell's Clinic In'Mcm- ihls, how! Is nmcli Improved at his iome at 506 \Vcst.Walnut. Mr. and Mrs: Dick 'Edwards, of lew Orleans will, return home to- ] norrow after having spent-the past' wo weeks here 1 as the guesls of her iiothcr. Mrs. S. P. Crafton and other relatives. Miss Ruth Bads spent yesterday In Slkcsion, Mq, C. E. Price, and son, C. E. Price Jr., 1 -wont' to Tupelo,. Miss,, Saturday to Join Mrs Prcle who has been there for the past week with ncr mother, Mrs. Maud'Lowery, who is critical!) ill at her home there . . . , : .-They: might 'conclude that Uic Individual wo'mhn isn't likely to do anything tq eiirlcli.tlic world (oilier lhan brjnglng'foi'.tli a, family and looking a ((er..l.U because' she lives so many different lives, Instead of concentration on her own. When 'Mrs'.. Jones ami Mrs. Smith gel together they hnsli over the way Mrs. Brown Is living her life. And their comments ami criticisms show that they hnvc given Mrs. Brown's life considerable attention and concentration. . In fact, you might sav Uiey arc 'lending ' Mrs Brown's life for her— not ns she is Ivliig It, . of course, but as slie should lie— according lo their ideas "If 1 were she I wouldn't do such and such, they say. And, "1 think she Is making a terrible mistake to do so and so." .. . . ' Ami while they are wasting .their energy and thought on leading Mrs. Brown's life for her, they are also living the lives of everyone else they know — including each other's. Let Mrs. Jones ahj Mrs Brown get logelh,er anil they are sure?to put their ..heads .together and figure out nil the 'mistakes Mrs Snilth is making. ,' THKV'Mj NEVER CHANGE •But men—who worry only nbout the men who are in thejr way or wii can help them—concentrate on living their own.lives. Women, might not .have as much fun if they would settle, tlowh to living one life. _BW they'would certainly do a more Biic'ccsiful Job on one limn they cnn dp on dozens ••They'll never change,, though', so long as they get so much sails faction out of their "If 1 • were In her place" judgments.'' ^., H. W. Scott .were >re, MU, lost night by the citlcal .Ulness of her son ' Earl Ilownnl Mr'si Scpll had ;6nly returned from 'Baltimore n .week ago after Ml Howards condition seemed'improved. Miss VIoK McUanie! of T\ler lq\Mi Miss arrhcd last \\eekffor a ikit \\ith lici aunt Mrs E W Simmons: and-Mr. Simmons. Mrs Howard G Frlsbj of Mem Siturday for a visit of several dajs wllh Mi and Mrs John Foster Ben .While Is a patient at Memphis Baptist Hospital, where he un deiwent an operation Saturday Hi: condition Is excellent Mrs Whit Is with him Mrs. ' pra. Walters will return Wednesday from Phie Bluff,' whcr le has been visiting Mr and Mrs \ Quinn for the past -ievera ays. R O Cash undernciU a'jo'r' 'operation today, nt Wai' At The Hospitals .Walls Hospital Admitted; '• Mary Jo Newcomb, city. Mrs. W. W. Gosdcy, Stcele, Mo. Mrs. E. P. Belt, city. Mrs. R.'G. Cosh, city. C.-'-M. .Tiiriicr, city. Mrs. Kenneth White, city. Mrs. George .Worthaiii, Manila. Mrs. T. C. 1 Beasley, Steele.'Mo. ;Born id Mr. nad :Mrs. Chtvrles Wflmblc, city, twlri son and daughter yesterday evening.' Dismissed:- : : Herbert Wayne- Mllsap, city. Mrs. Joe Mayfield.^clty. .IMrs. \V. C. Mays, Stcele. Mo. ! Mrs. Luther.Gann, city. -Shirley'.S'iillqn. city. : Mrs/Ruby .Loweryi city. ; Mrs, M."C. Cotihelly, 'Luxora. ' I J.-E.,Gurlcy, Stecle, Mo. Mrs. Elmer Needhnm, Horners- llc, Mo. . ' . niythcville lluspilnl emitted— Mrs, Sue Evans. Dell. Mary Van Snced cltj Mi" John Cunningham cltj Shirley Frances Ellis, city Dismissed— Paul Grace. Osceola. Memphis Baptist Hospital Idmlttc'd— Mis Jessie Happ 1 WiL'on Mi« J A Woi'ham Osccola Ben White city t Memphis " SI. Joseph's Hos|iltal \(Uiiilted— Edwin >]iiffmnn, l ,.Caruthersville .lo I f A Atis Ldftdn Huffman Caiuthcrs x ville. Memphis Mcdioiiul Hospital Admitted- Billy Ralph, Joiner, Miss: Mary,'Jo Newcomb, "daughter i ted to Walls Hospital for trcamen f Mr. and Mrs. Charles Newcomta,] Her condition Is serious. For Girl Scouts Small Local Staff Unable to Care For Growing Membership An appeal was Issued today by Mrs. E. .B. Stbut, ; v|ce chalrmnn: of'tiie Lone |lVodpi 'Asipc'lhlipn lor Blylhevllle Girl Scouts'; for more Icnilers to work' with tills oreanlza- llon. For . the pnsl slx'ycnrs a Girl Scout 'oiiricll, comiipaed of women who'. 'ere troop leaders, assistant rind caders nnd oilier, interested scqut- i(j has carried on the work, but . now is too small Ip lake'; care of many girls who want to be Girl 3conts, Mra. Stovit sntd. 'Scoutlrig is vital to our com- nunltj she asserted today Will iris;'drift- from amusement'- to amusement growing up unprepar- cl (o /ncc flic denmnds of citizen hip in a complicated \\orld or will hey discover that pWnning a pic nlc can Imolve division of respon slblhtj tis well as a good, lime or hat a \lsit to the local newspaper office or cnnneij can be as exclt ng as i show? What will tiny do? she asked Meetings There will be a nicctthg of. th> Ixinc-IVoop Association of the'Gli Scouts .'tonight) 8 o'clock, at • th homo of Mrs. R. C. Norton nt Jl East : Kentucky. underwent an appendectomy las niglit at Walls Hospital. : Mrs. E. F. Belt, has been admit t- _ fNauu plioto from NBA) by giving it i alert citizens for the years to come. You can give your- yoii. Is your hobby music or pamt- Iffe .or collecting old cliina? Will self challenging contacts with youth. Von can do these things as you'give these girls a chance to the leader ot a Girl Scout troop,' snare,It with you! Do you know Mrs. Stout concluded. and love your town, understand its Any person who would be willing resources and possibilities? Will you to help with this work .may con- help' these youngsters understand Glenn B. Ladd, chair- "yoii can- serve your MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1944 The first nltempl to breed sal^j mori In America was made in New : \Vor,k To X kl A ' ' ''I York^ City In 1864. On New Caraway School Building WHY BE FAT Caraway Is to have a new school " e *.f' im '* 1 c ' „.__ to replace the bulldln? destroyed Without exercise by frie last spring. i youniavlwwpouijY"^ 11 ^ 1 ^ Contract for the one-story brick ,'.SXrff!" &&«"«« ffl e ™ Bs . building was,let to Henderson Mc- Danlel and Sons of Joiiesboro for approximately"$48,600. The 240 by 51-foot building will have 11 classrooms, auditorium with stage, library, laboratory and toilet facilities. Work Is lo start Immediately with U. S. Branson as architect. Kesumes Brotherly Ways BOSTON (UPJ-Cpl, pinny Ridings of Charlestown stopped his jeep "somewhere in England" 10 pick up a hitch-hiker. The thumb-, cr turned out to ue his brother Joseph, who promptly borrowed his Jacket. '-:••' With IMS AYDS |>1an you don I cut out any meals, surchw, jx>' tatoes, meals or butter, you nm- ply cut tliemdown, us easier when you enjoy delicious (vila- minrotliB«l)^YpSlK[oreDicals. 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PlnkhamV Compoiind Is famous to relieve periodic pain and accompnnytnfi nervous, weak, tired- out feelings—(\ll due to fiinctlonfll monthly dlstuibances; Made especially Iqr women— it help* TWturel, Follow label directions.', . m '\ . , Stop Packing! Those Summer Clothes Need «' 'Cleaning Last Time Today G)bfa Woman Hlwllh Jou Hall ami JIaric Montcz Paramount News and Selected Short Subject Tuesday & Wednesday those fine summer togs. Be sure to have them cleaned before putting them away till hot weather rolls around again. Nil -WA 474 BLYTHE VILLE, ARK. ;; <1 I m l.Wn«p»lU)ieiaSsom«im« dp thitto cottons"»Si liritai b«aus« .their ictioo is »K5»/r»//«£ :' 3. 'Urn NUX J.on can u directci;Pitei whit- cmtt*llf~*\&aiifnlttJ . taioi Sifrt tliio' Inft- | JUST RECEIVED! ,','•• Hew Shipment Oi You've been using your telephone directory a lot more lately. That's because you've been looking up numbers before you called "Information." 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