The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 28, 1944 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, September 28, 1944
Page 5
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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1944 jBLYTHEVlLLE .(ARK.), fiO.UBlgB, PAGE FIVE .',' Coming Events FRIDAY Mrs. W. S. Lnnedun entertaining c; D. C. Club, G. N. B. Club meeting wtth Mis, Jolm liriimiu-t. Initial Club meeting with Mrs. Herman May. Fred Flceman Heads Club 28 For Season Fred Kccinan lins been elected picsdicnl of Club 28, a daiicins, club which meets monthly.. Hi succeeds Max B. Reid. Meyer Grabcr was named sccre Inry and treasurer to succcei Frank Whilworlh. The officers were clceted in Ji business meetin 1 ; Monday night u which it was decided to have thi social affairs this season on th sceond Thursday of eueh mont lifter October with this month' supper dance to be held Oct. 5 .1 the American Legion Hut. This group has for Us membei 28 couples. SOC- » * " « To Have Class Pally The Pathfinder Class of Fir Methodist Church will be entertained at a |Kuiy tonight :it Hie home of Mr. and Mrs. Vance Henderson, 11D East Missouri. The affair is scheduled lo begin nl 7:30 o'clock. * * • Mi's. Long Entertains Mrs. Toby Long was hostess lo members of the A.D.C. Club and guest. Miss Marguerite Doleu, night: at her home at 128 West Davis. High score prize in the bridge games played during the evening was won by Mrs. Sanfovd Shclton and sceond high by Mrs. J. Farris McCalla. A salad course was served. Birthday Party Given Because Fay O. Davis Jr., \vas Weds Recently Mrs. Eddie Ward Fovd was hefoi lier marriage to Mr. Ford On Sep 16, Miss Dora Lee Millhorn, claugl tcr of Mr, and Mrs. J. W. Millhbi of BIythcville. Mr. and Mrs. Foi i<rf nuikini! their home here, whci he Is employed by Ihe Arkansa: Missouri Power Corp. At The Hospitals Bits of News Mostly Personal J, C, Webb WHS removed to his onie here today by ambulance from lemphk Baptist Hospital, where c has been a patient for the past, lirec weeks. He was accompanied omc by his dauehtcr, Mrs. Uicy fcAdams, who has ueen with him urlug his serious illness. Mrs. Park Hatchclt has rein the aparlmenl she formerly jccupied Rt 1011 West Main, to he liome of Mr. ami ^frs, W. D 3lminulln at 1019 West Main. Mrs. Ellis Snipes and son, Hob Tiplon Snipes, left I his aflernooi or Camp Hood, Texas, for an ex ended visit with Private Snipes vho is in training there. Mrs Snipes and Bob Tipton have bee naklng Ihelr home with her mo ther, Mrs, H. L. Chambers, sine Private Snipes entered the Arm several montlis ago., Roy Calvin Jr., who undenvci an emergency appendectomy yes lerday afternoon at Blylhevll Hospital, was improved today. ill, Mrs. Gill and their son, Gnrj fnyiw, remained for au cxlewtei Isil before rejoining Corporal Cil! t llicir home nl Council Grove ,ans. Mrs. H. O. Smith returned yester- ny to her home in French Onrnp. llss., after n visit here wllh her nui'htor, Mrs. C, T. Sliamlln and amlly, and her granddaughter, Mrs, 'ini Eslos and family. Mrs. Smith vas licre for two weeks, Miss Mary Van Sliced, daughter .f Mrs. E. "w. Snced, Is Improved it lilythevillc Hospital utter luw- UK been quite 111 for several days 'ollowlng an emergency opomtlon or appendicitis performed last Sal- irdny afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wn\o'rs \liavc' etunied to Ihelr home 1ft ' Joncs- joro after a brief visit here wllh Mr. mid Mrs. J. b, Terrell lind fnm- resbyterian WomGn Attend Osceola Meeting number of UlyWvillc • women lll . l ;,. 1 . x '" 1 , ( ! rf ! cc ', nllended the Group ConfWcncu of members of the Presbyterian Women's Auxiliaries held yesterday Ii Qscruln. when ehiivclits vcpresentei Incliiilod Jonf.sborq, 1'arauould Walnut Itidgc, lllythev(lle, Osceoli nnd Bussetl. Tin! nil-day meellng was held n le i'rcsbyterliui Church In Qsccoh llh the women of that churc ervliig us hostesses. Miss Jean l,lston of the Offlc f Christian I'XIvicatlou suul Mln ••terln! Ki'lief nl Louisville, Kj nd Mrs, W. W. IDinper of Korrcsl ;lly, n member of Die coininlllea in women's work, were tlui |>rln- •lp:il spenXers, whllo n ropiTstnUl- ivc of Arkansas College ill Dates- ,'lllrj also gave R brief talk. .The Inspirational me.ssagfi was Jones- B'ven by the llcv. L. T. Liuvreni'O Dell Postmastership ll 'HuXOra Sololie?'' Wi// Be f i//cd Soon U I 1 D ' The Uiilli'il Stules Civil Service MC'Cl rTISOnGr mmilwloii Ims umiounceil mi i pen comiieUtlvo cxnmhiiUlon lav If) lit" position of pu.'-liimMu'.slilp nl MIS. B. Sneed ha? hci . . . guests her sun, Lleul, J. \V. Snecd. who recently returned from- clfihl monllis service with Hie Army, All 1-Torce.s in Kugland, and Mrs, Snecd au'ct their Infant daughter, who have been In Vlckslnus, Miss,, while Lieutenant Sliced was 'overseas They will leave Monday when Lieutenant Snecd reports lo Mlam Beach. Ha., for reassignment. \\o oak leaf >cliifateri5,' i' A btollier, Corp Jamis P. Pow* 11 now is stationed pi fyiimp Robnson, UUIt Rock, attci 27 montlia en lie in Alaska ( , • <,*,!, Tech. Scrul. 1).' Powell, son Tills third cliiss office inij's nn of Mr. uiul Mrs. J, ,L, Powell of \niilo siilnry of SHOO, litixorn, veiiorlctl on, July H us KMimhmllun will be Kh'i'ii nl the mlsslim In action over'Austria since lllyUwvlllt' ivislofflci 1 , with receipt June 'M, 1ms been n.>|>iirlecl a prls- of ii|ipllcaul« to closo Qcl. 10, l>nli> owr of wni'.ln Geniumy,. according ,or iissembltni! of I'omjK'tllms will to n mmsniie received Ijy Ills par stilled on Iliu iiOinl.sslon ciml.s. c "ls from tnc Wiw Drpnrlmcnt. ^ SiTKCiiiit- 1'owcll, who tins bcoi (ivcrwns two yuni'K on 8«iil, :i,.luii Ill'L'll S||I(10IU'<1 111 Italy With III Army Air r'oiw.s since FVUruuo A riirilQ-iiiimicr oti n ll-li-i, he ha boon nivmch'd Dio Air Miutul tun arrived last nlRht to siwnd tlieir l5-'day furlough with llicir parents, "Mr. and Mis. C. O. Gill at of his young friends to spend the afternoon with him at their home. Games and contests tumiscd tlie children for several hours before Mrs. Davis, assisted l>y Mrs. L. S. liartzog, served birthday cake and ice cream. Each child was presented with a whistle ns a fnvor. Club, Guest Entertained Mrs. James Hunt .was a yuesl of Misij Mary SjuiitA TIsrcy Try uiHlil wlien she entertained niein- bers : of tlic Doublo G Club for their regulnr weekly bridge party. High score prize for the evening went to Miss Usrcy, and second higl ^'& Ivfrs. John LippiU. f;\ •'dessert course was served. Mrs. Hill Is Hostess Mrs. Eugene Brown of Ciarks dale, Miss., a former member o ilic Friendly Seven Club, playe cards with members of that groui BIythcville I|ri.siiil:il Admitted- Mis. Ira Games, city. Clyde Gilliland, Hell. Larry Joe May, Stccle, Mo. Uoy Calvin Jr.. city. Born lo , Mr. and Mrs. K. M. I.iirkin, city, a daughter yesterday iftcrncon. Memphis Baptist Hospital Admitted— Mrs. J. E. Johnson, city. Mary D. Watson, Osceola. Born lo Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bund), Wilson, a OniighLer. Memphis McMimlisl Hospital Admitted— Roy Daniel Malonc, Lcacliville. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Henry Boswell, Cooler, Mo. Dell, and Mrs. J. 1,. Ncwsom of ylhevillc. Cor]), and Mrs. Charles E. "ilus- Rolierlson left Tuesday after ndiiiK their 10-day furlough with Is parents, Mr. ami Mrs. Jnck oljert-son nn ( ] family. Mrs, Robcrt- >oy of Prayer Planned a Methodist Church Here The First Methodist Church wi e open tomorrow from 8 o'cloc a the, morning, m order tha nembers and friends may drop i •my time.during the day for praj fir in observance of a Day of Praj er sponsored by the Woman's So ciety of Christian Service- of't church. A brief worship program will b held at the church at 2:30 o'cloc tomorrow afternoon, with the pub- lice invited to share in this scr- m returned to their liome in Ab- , •deen, Mil, wlille Corporal Rob- Nicholson said. . woil,l to aji embaj-kp.ttoiv oint on Hie West Coast. Mr. rmd Mrs. M. T. Moon had as :icir guests yesterday, her sister, Irs. Paul Luster 6f Osceola. Pvt. John H. Rllcy of Cam]) 15111s. 11.. is spending his 15-day furloujsh llh his wife and daughter at Ihe iciinc of her parents, Mr. nnrt Mrs. lack Robertson. C. E. Price Sr., returned last light from Tupelo, Miss., where he was called Saturday by the 111- icss and death of Mrs. Price's mo :her. Mrs. Maude Lowery. Mrs ?rice and C. E. Jr., remained h Tupelo for [he remainder of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wnllon uiu Mrs. Allen Walton are visiting ii Memphis as guests of the latter' daughter, Mrs. Berry B. Brooks an family. S. J. Mayo..of Memphis .was her yesterday and tlasl night yisitln Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Halsell.' Corp. James H. Gill left:' thi morning to return to his base i Herrlngtoii Army~Air Field; ;Knns., after spending liis furlough' here •wltli his parents, Mr. and Kins. H. T. Harrison School Opening Postponed For Picking Date of the opening of Harrison school for Negroes, , preylpiisly scheduled for Monday, has. been postponed because of the pressing need for cotton pickers, if was announced today by \V. U. Ntuholson, i;u|ierintciulciit of Blylhevlllc public schools. Announcement, of the new opening dale will be made later. Mr. of the host church, and music was 'mulshed by Iliat church, Mrs. Joe W. Mllluv, of Joiner, coiili chairman, iiicslded over Ihe ouslness session when routine business wns transacted, mid luncheon served ivt the church durlnt, the uuon hour. Atlendlnt; from Ulylhevllle were Mis. '/.nl B. Harrison, Mrs. W. A Dobyns, Mrs. Ross Stevens, Mrs Ebb SiiriKllcy, Mrs. Wnlliiv Uuy Mrs. Jcsso M. While, Mrs. Vcrnon Thomiisson, Mrs. O. W. Olllnhunly. Mrs. H. C. Altai. Mrs. 11. A. Scull, Mrs, K. R. Lancashire ami Mrs. F. Underwood, Cooter Firo Victim Recovers From Burns Henry'lioKwell, nip,hf watchman ill ii Cooler, Mo., Kin, severely, jmned Aug. 31 when ullciupllnu 9 rescue his wllr doin, ft llnmiiiB JiitldliiR,''todny 'was able to leave Vtdls lIUMillul. Mrs. lioHWi'll died several hours after rcculvliiK bums when u can of :in\clor oil exploded in the Kin office where she: was vlsllltm while 1 ImsbitiKl mittlfc his 1'omiils us ht watchman, -HEADACHE- ^iu((l1no cpllckly rollcvpa Hi'nd I Atipllu'n Hit) reiiiiLilu|{ turvo ... ;l. Act^f funl U'a ILciuM. only I\H UlrcctcO. At nil llrilHh'l^t^, 30C. CUu Mzc«. Point Haitow, Alaska,-has con- Inuoug diyllght in July, , i,**V Contmuou» Showi : Efery Diiy - < KOI Office OiWna 1:48 ; Show Starts,2:00 " LIHTrJM TO KLON •• ».«. lt:45 p-m. •- • 4:M' loss Funeral Rites 'o Be Held Saturday Funeral services for Mrs. Ton 3ass, planned for tomorrow, have ecu postponed until Saturday, : >. m., because of delay In arrival of son stationed In San Francisco. Rites will bo held at Cobb Puncr- 1 Home with burial at Elmwooc Cemclery. GREETING CARDS For the lioys overseas. MAIL NOW. The Gift Shop , Modern & Antique .Gifts MOSS BRYAN Read Courier N«w« Wani Adr>. MARGARET'S HKAl'TY ^ Phone 2532 ' :, • I ~l Bring Us Your Beauty Problems Miideru I'Jiiilpiuent I'xpert )V';iullclai» Thursilhy and Triaiiy'* ''>!'' i| : ;-| he DcirndestThingt Happen HOW TO RUIN DRESSES " v AND LOSE FRIENDS I T'S tragic liow some gills \ost\ iticir friends anil ruin llicir dresses lie- cause of pcrsj'iucion odor nad siaitis. , ^ml itiac's ii" excuse for ii'. h's ray ', losavcdicsscs, it's Mljlo save friends. Use Arrid, ilic new cream clcodor- . ant ihaf liclps keep your annpiis dry •,Vml removes ttic oilor from pcrspira- • lion. Arrid Is safe anJ dc|iciidiiblc for v lhesc fft reasons: •i it. Arnclilocs hot iniiale skin. Docs 5 C 1 noi roc dresses or men's shirts. 2. 1'icvcnls imcU'r-ariii odor. Helps stop pc;is[iir,i[iuil safcl)', 3. A pure, wlille, antiseptic, siain- lc.-ss v.mistiiii); cream. • 4. No w.iiiiiic 10 dry. Gin be tiscJ lijilu nhu stuvitiR. 5. Awanlcil A|)|>loval Seal of American Institute of Laundering — harmless 10 falnic. Use Airid icKiilaily, Airiil is tiie l.irfjcst scllinj; ilcoiiorint. Sold iH all stoics selling toitcl goods — J9c ami V^c n jal. tl'lvi Tn»> yesterday afternoon when they were entertained by Mrs. S. F. Hill at her home, 900 West Ash. Following an aflerncon of card games, the hostess served refreshments of sandwiches and Iced drinks. V Insure Returning Service Men and Women the FREEDOM TO WORK ... —Vote For This Amendment Nov. 7 ANNUAL AMERICAN LEGION LEG/ON PARK — CARUTHERSVILLE October 4,5,6,7,8 WEDNESDAY, OCT. 4—FREE DAY THUR., OCT. 5—GOVERNOR'S DAY FRIDAY, OCT. 6—CHILDREN'S DAY SAT., OCT. 7—DIGNITARIES' DAY SUNDAY, OCT. 8—VISITOR'S DAY RUNN/NG HORSE RACES DAILY FREE GRANDSTAND ACTS DAILY On the Midway SUTTON'S GREATER SHOWS RIDES — SHOWS — GAMES ADMISSION (Taxes Included) — 15c-30c Mrs. DALTON C. FOWLSTON, B. A., M, S. M. ORGANIST find TEACHER of PIANO — ORGAN and VOICE Former New York Organist and Teacher For Appointment Write Mrs. Fowlslon 1101 Chlckasawiia or Phone 2049 DON EDWARDS "The Typewriter Man" I HOYAL, SMITH, CORONA, AND REMINGTON PORTABLE j 1 TYPEWRITERS 1 | 118 N. 2nd STREET ' PHONE 33821 (Every Transaclion aiusl Be Salisfaclory) You Can Help Your Doctor! ,, a- Today, with so many doctors and nurses off to war the burden on those remaining home is greater than ever before. Wo must oil try and help them. You can do your part by studying First Aid and applying it whenever, possible. When you do call your doctor, carry out his instruction*. We do our part by filling the prescriptions he gives you safely and accurately! CROSS FOUNDATIONS MINN!E LEE JONES Teacher of Piano u Announces reopening of lie classes for beginners and advanced niiplls. Enroll Now For Convenient Hours, Studio 807. Chickasawba .— Phone 2994 Forget you have feet. 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A Potom6un1 Plrtuh".,-J Heleclcd blmrl Siibjcels Icratn ploy b/ U*i> Mplliprand OK-,, __ Urec'tait 'by A'ltk'AHDER H'X I'ui'uinouiit Netvs untl Sulcclcil Short . -'- '•'.'.. i ' ' '"•' '\ •'' '' ^ -'\ -' Subjects . • . . ..'; Your Vote Will Guarahtee Them'| The RIGHT lo Earn fl When They Return " One rcluniiiiB service men and women are unlitlcd to. (.he FUI'IHDOM they've beun fighting for . • .nn op.- porlunity lo souk and'engage in the work of their clioice, free of inlimidalibn, special fees ov ilucs or other iieiiitlticH. Patriotic 1 Arkansans Will Help Pay Their De|)t to Our Gallant Service Men &• Women with Their Vote for . • CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENT Arkansas' "t'UKliDOJITO'WORK" Amendment when passed November 7th will guai.mtec an eiiual oppoi- liniily to every man and woman in Aikaiibas to eain their livelihood in whalcvcv \\oik is i>est^ suited to v their talents . . . an opportunity to \vOrk. ,wH<!n and where they will. Be siire and vote November 7th. Constitutional.Amendment Committee Half Building ^ -^ Mttle Rock

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