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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, October 2, 1944
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PAGE TWO Jt fJLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1944 First Dance Of Season To Be Held For Club 28 A large number ol guests wilt attend the first dance of the Fall season for members ol Club 28 Thursday : iitght when Mr. and Mrs. 1'. W. Jefferles, Mr", and Mrs. C. V. Sebaugii and Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Tricschmami will entertain. The affair; a slipper dance, will be held nt's:6'clock at the American Legion Hut. • . . Club 28 'members meet once each month for'dancing. * • * Daughter Born 'Yesterday Mr. and Mi's, Vaughan English ol Wharton, '.Texas, are the parents of a daughter bom yesterday mornin; at Skaller's Clinic. She has beci named Cathryn Leland for her ma • ternal grandparents,' Mr .and Mnt George Mulr. The -English's have nnolnc daughter, Constance Jean, who i two. Mrs. English is the former Miss Mildred Muir. ' Meetings The Qirl Scouts will have the monthly picture show party tonigh with' all members of the troops meet In front of the Ritz Theat at 1 p.m. The American Legion Auxilla Bits of News Mostly. Personal Staff Sergt. Fred Armaiitroiit, who as been in England with the glith Air Force For the past two 'ears, arrived yesterday to spend ils furlough with his parents, Mr. id Mrs. Clyde ArinaiHrout and a rally. Pvt. Clealus Klines, who Is sta- oned nt Camp Baikelcy, Texas, is lending his furlough here with his lOtlier, Mrs. Sallic Klines, Mist-. Crete Moody was removed Saturday to her home on Uougnn Avenue, where she Is recuperating rom an appendectomy which she mdenveut lust week at Walls llos- Keeping Up With The Men In Service | Osceola J.' Society—Personal At The Hospitals I'fc. J. C.' Rail Ford of Golfer Field, Wash., imived Thursday morning r a visit with his mother, Mrs. II. =- • l Hit a VIMV WHM " Jr » in*".'"->> n. ID. Undscy Forehee, m.m. 2-c M ,> en( i crglm ,, , in ,i [amlly. In the Nnvy, has hccn tnuislerrea Oom thc Hawaiian Islands to the Marlannas, tlon received by H. J. Hale Is improving at his Street where be ^ —nilr^ 1 " °' "" H M.« S 1x7Qu.nn. who has Clyde Sine OF oucoln. now .!<•- completed her boot training In the Honed with a medical detachment WAVES in New York has been at tlic IJQSC hospital at Camp !>.'•>'- transferred to Iowa State nolds, Greenville, I'cnn., has been I College, Ccdnr Palls, where she to the rank oi sergeant. .^.i, v Slater was connected with, u.^*. ~ --B— — the Kurton Oil Company in Osceoln [Saturday for Fort Wnync ; liid., at- lirior to entering the Army. Pic. Max L. Falrlev of ' I attend Ycomiin .school. Lieut. Snm M. Hodges Jr.. Walla Hosjiltal Bliclby Jean Roberts, city. Dismissed: C. M. Turner, city. Mis. Harry Lewis, city, Mrs. Joe Atkins, cllv. Mrs. U. n. Akin, ci-i. Mrs. George Wortham, Manila. n. C. Donahew, city. Charles Bedford, city, j r.eon Fortner, Lcachvllle. Berlin Prlvelt, city. L. C. Morgan, Cooler, Mo. Memphis Methodist Hospital Admitted: Oencvleve Axis, Stcele, Mo. Illyllierlllc Hos])ll:il Admitted: Elmo Ford. Little Rock. C. 8. Hannboltom. city. Ilobert I-i-e DavLs, elly. Cora White, city. Kmmell Williams, Armorel. Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Reed Scott, Manila, a dauEhler Saturday afternoon. Dismissed: Mrs. K, M. Larkln and baby, city. Marie Cecil, Steele, Mo. Mrs. Joe Kites anj baby, city. Mary Van Sliced, city. Clyde GilllUind, Dell. left auray , ., ter .sjx>mline an eight-day leave . . e . Mrs. Clara Bishop of Meeker. Ok- j ptc Mnx L pairley of Osceola, here with his wife and infant son, a,, Is visiting' here as the 8»est of sou of Mr> AU( \ M rs . o. M. Falrley, Und lils parents, Mr. and Mrs. >cr son, thc Kev. R. S. Bahd and llaw ml detnrfied service attcndlnu i[ 0 d family. 1 the Fort Crook. Neb.. Ordnance Aii- Ilodgcs Sr. Mrs. G. (.-. Waddell is visiting jnnj. i mi: I-UIL wiuuft, in.-.,., vji,i,n.»^t ..-- i .T.,.-. ~. .-. .. --- « Miss Rosemary Child had as her lomotlv( , school, received the high- Toledo, Ohio, with her husband who - an Army training weekend giiest.s, Miss Jiidiilla Williams and Miss Mary Lou Cullison ot Jonesboro. Mrs. Floyd Tharpe left this cst grade In bis class For .1 week | a atlcmlliig and Is listed nmong the: week's lion- school there, or students. Private P.ilriey, who Mrs. Hale Jackson returned .._,.. - is taking n specialized course In Thursday from a 10-day visit with morning For Port Arthur, Texas,' | wheeled vehicle automotive me-1 her parents, Mr ; and Mrs. L. U Out-Of-Town People Attend Webb Funeral A large number oF out-of-town people were here ycstcrduy to attend the funeral of James C. Webb, (held yesterday aFteriioon, -I o'clock, Coming Events TUESDAY Wesieyan Service Guild will meet at First Methodist Church, 7:30 p. m., with Mrs. Aisle Blship and Mrs. .Jack Biship as hostesses. La Ncuvc Club meeting wltli Mrs. Melvln Halsell. Mrs. Sanfoid Doone entertaining Double O Club. Mr. "nd Mrs Club Eight meeting with Mrs. G. of Memphis; O. Poelz. Mrs. S. P. Martin entertaining BI-Monthly Bridge Club. Tuesday Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. W. C. Hlgghuon. WEDNESDAY A.D.C. Club meeting with Mrs. J. Farrls McCalla. Mrs. Clara I'cary entertaining Friendly Seven Club. Mrs. G. G. Caudlll entertaining Town and Country Club. I THURSDAY ! Miss Patty June Davis entertain- 1 ing Thursday Night Bridge Club. Club 28 having supper dance at American Legion Hut, 8 p. m. Mrs. W. M. McKcnzle entertaining Friday Luncheon Club. FRIDAY C.1J.C. Club meeting with Mrs. LeiKlennie Fowler. Mrs. Lane Nowcll entertaining Initial Club. diaper "N" oF P. E. O. Slster- ood meeting with Mrs. W. L. Many Here For Rites Held For Ben Fisher A number of out-of-town people attended funeral services here Suli '.relay morning for Ben Fisher, 04, who died Thursday. Among these wede Mrs. Cliarlie Fisher, Mrs. Annie Laurie Sloan, Mr. and Mrs. Harris Cliltwood, all of Memphis; Mrs. E. B, Hobson and Mrs. D. H. Hudson of Jones- toio, Mr. and Mm. Harry Fisher, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Fleming and Lee Ross, all of St. Louis, In addition to a number from Osceola. The Hcv. E. C, Brown, pastor o! . . , , First Baptist Cliurch. conductcc ?ord of Little nock, member of he Buckeye State Show personnel, vas removed ay ambulance to jj|y- hcville Hospital. His condition today was described as satisfactory. The pop corn coiicessionatre lie- came ill at Hotel Noble where lie was registered. Relief At Last For Your Cough Creomulsion relieves promptly |je- cmise it goes right to the seat of the Ihe rites at Cobb Funeral Home. « . . , , , Carnival Man Stricken Stricken 111 Saturday nlRhl, Elmo will meet tomorrow o'clock, at the hut. night, 1:30 ^ Sell Car To Phillips <* No OPA violations in- v> volved because you "clitl- vt n't know" price ceiling « regulations. w We'll save you time and ™ responsibility by han- v> tiling the legal details *" AND GIVE YOU TUB «» LIMIT OF VALUE IN" CASH under the new ^ w price ceiling regulations. The seller of a used car </ "> risks n §10,000 fine if he attempts to get more <* "* than the ceiling price </> for a used car. Bring ° your carY'tb. Phillips; v) we'll pay .-you all the law c allows, promptly and in » SPOT CASH. '•'•:. Sell Your Idle Car For ">. Cash < ••.... to </> Phillips Motor Co. ** Tel. 453 Walnut at MH S S S 5 $ § $ chanlcs, will return to his former Vandcrvoort In Chicago. iss juiiii i-iuiti: ui uuiuvi".'.-- i stiition at Camp Van Dorn f Miss., Mrs. J. K. Mitchell leFt R'lday for -.. Mo., was the weekend guest following his graduation from this riolsc, waho for an extended visit Miss Betty Black and her par- school. with her son, Corp. John E. Mitch- ems, Mr. a«d Mrs. P. E. Dlack. Tech. Scrgt 4 Necly D. Tomlinson, c n who | s | n training at dowen Miss Marcclh Nclse of St. Louis son O f Mrs. J. W. Tomlinson oflp le ]d. is a guest of Major and Mrs. Carl Blythevlllc, now is serving In Bcl-j prc. Edw E Bailey Jr. Blum where he Is with the Signal ciipcrnllng **lrr T3,.tU T?«H<! lofl RntlirdtlV llf- I /•'ni'.M? ITSc T.inlhf^r rprpntlv rpnolVCd *l,ivliitT Mio where she will visit Fricmls. Miss Joan Pierce of Carathcrs- vllle. Mo., was the weekend guest oF Miss - — • • • -- enls, .,„. ^.,,'ard Stoffle. who is recuperating from wounds received bailey Ji. glum wnerc ne is witu UIL- OIBHUI ciipcraiing iroin wuunua iti.t,-*Yi.« Miss Ruth Eads left Saturday at- corps. His mother recently received during the battle of Salpan, has rnoon For Boonevillc, Ark., where 1 a i c ^ er f rom |,| m , the First time nrr ircd for a visit with his parents 1C Will SllCIKi a WCek'S vacation I R \^ ] lns * ' r.~,,., lil.« l.i Ihrcc U«_ 1 ** r - ur T? G+rtffln «l nrlv- ilh her family. Miss, Ends i-i em-1 months. oyed at thc" U. S.' Employment I staff Sergl. crvice office here. | Caruthersvllle, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Berry and] stationed ninlly have as their guests For a been tra.,., „ . . ricr'tlmc, Mrs. Berry's sister, Mrs. Montgomery. Ala,, where his wife, lyrtle Pearson of Detroit, Mich.. I has joined him. _ I •ho arrived this morning, and Mrs. p v i. R. w. Ualrd, son of Mr. and ion lor uuojiuviuu, /%»iv., ni..->.-|[i iciier irum mm. n«; an.™ i ""^ ....... Lu *«• ». -- . will spend a week's vacation s he has heard From him in three Mr. and Mrs. VV. E. Stoffle at Drlv- " """' ' ler. Karwlch of w. H. Ttobbins of Shannon, Miss. who lias been | sl , cn t lust week here with his sons L Holt Funeral Home. Mr. Webb led Saturday morning al his home ollowing a four-weeks' illness. Attending the funeral from out- of-town were Mrs. Dick Webb ol Mobile, Ma., Prank Webb of Hcr- inndo, Miss,, Mrs. Pearl Stewart o Winslow, Aite., Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cox Jr., of Little Rock, Berber Wood, Miss Willie Wood, Mr. and Mrs. George Wilson and Jim Adams all of Memphis, Dr. and Mrs. H. H McAilama of Jonesboro, Miss Edn Rue-bush ot Monctte, Mr. and Mrs Charles Williams of Wynne, and D and Mrs. George Cone of Osceola , ., at Seattle, Wash., has I u a rl and Guy Robbins ami sferred to Maxwell Field, (families. their lorner. 4 p. in. Mrs. John Brillhart entertaining O. N. B. Club. Ladies Bible Class of First Methodist Church meeting with Mrs ii'lle Wood, 1:30 p.m. n**4 Courier Item want MM. Prescription Filled Over 15 Million Times Recommended to do just two tilings: relieve constipation and gas on the stomach. Tliis successful prescription is now put up under the name of ADL1LKIKA. Get a bottle of Adlerika next time you slop at your druggist's and sec • for yourself how quickly gas is relieved arid gentle but thorough bowel aclionfollows. Good Foroldaml young. Get Adlerilia (torn your Jruggttt today. K1HHV HllOS. DlllUi STORKS llUlltCU Ul WiiVy»*>m »it •.«•!, u-v*" IflCln- because brancs. Tell your drugylst to jell you a bottle of Creonnilslon with the understanding you must like the way it quickly allays the cough or you are to have your money back. GREOMULS10N \ for Coughs', Chest Colds, Bronchitis Parsley, popular now chiefly a n garnish, was used by the ancient | Greeks as a victory wreath. V MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP 1M a. Pint Phone 2532 Bring Us Your Beauty Problems Mudem Equipment Expert Beauliciaus brief man's badge for satisfaclorv performance of duly. Private Baird is 'earson's son. Pvt. Sidney J. 1'ear-JMrs. prank Ualrd of Caruthersvllle. on of Camp Mnxcy, Texas, who | has received the expert Infanlry- ame yesterday to spend a nrlough here. ..- - , W. H. Morse, apprentice seaman somewhere in the South Pacific, n Die Navy, who is attending med- j e .ssc Bailey oF Lonehvlllc bus cal college in Lltllc Rock, return- been promoted to the rank oF staff cd there yesterday alter s]ien<llng,a | sergeant in Italy, where he Is serv- brlcf leave here with his parents, tin;; in a signal squadron. Sergeant Mr. ami Mrs. Byron Morse. 1 Bailey's wife Ls making her home ''-- Leachvllle. Pvt. Emer FJ. Orawlord, whose wife and dfliighlcr, Pamela Kay, live In Cai'iilhersvillc, has been pro- mated to the rank of corporal al the Combat Crew Training Stalkm of the AAP nt Maiden, and has been assigned .a.s crew chief. '] Robert Calvin Johnson of Braggadocio, Mo., recently was enrolled In a course at Ihe Amphibious Foreman Naval Training School located on thc campus'of Iowa State College. Ames. Selection to this ecially school is bused on recruit aining aptitude test scores. WOMENvo NUR 40s Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Blnckwcll | n Leachvllle. and I wo sons, of Louisville, Ky., arc ~ ' visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. n. C. Bluckva-11 ami family at their home at Armorel. Child Sisters Head Freshmen At Academy Miss Patricia Child, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Fred Child, has been elected president of the freshmnii class at Holy AiiL'cls Academy In Jonesboro,, while her sister, Mls.s Carolyn Child hus been named vice president, to make a family affair of it. Bolh students at Ihe school for their first year, thc two girls arc former pupils of Immaculate Conception School in nlylhevllle. Notional Democratic Committee Presents a Series of Kadio Addresses In Hchulf of the Presidential Canilidncy o FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT Monday, Oct. 2, Blue Network SST, TRUMAN :55 „„ p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 3, NBC Network War Correspondent Quentin Spunks ' p.i IN YOUR is your age betrayed by HOT FLASH IF you— like so many women between the ages of 38 and 52—,- sailer from hot flashes nervous, tension, nrc weak, tired, cranky, n bit moody at times—all due to the functional middle age period peculiar to women—try Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to relieve such symptoms. For almost a century — ttiou- s -* «*•*** Bands upon thousands of women •" period to help build up resistance —rich and poor alike—havo re- .f.'ogatiist cuch symptoms, ported remarkable benefits. In fact^ Pinkhnm's Compound helps no- many wise women takePlnkhams""iure/ Also n grand stomachic; Compound regularly during this tonic. Pollow label directions. Lydia E. Pinkham's VEGETABLE COMPOUND ty, Oct. 4, 151 uc Network HANNEGAfi S«cnks :25 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 5, Muhial-Columlim Networks ROOSEVELT K ,, rals 9,, m 11 r TO AMERICAN WOMEN ASKING— ANNOUNCEMENT TO OWNERS OF UNITED STATES SAVINGS BONDS OF SERIES A, B, C, D and E This bunk is pleased to announce thai il lias been authomcd by the United States TrcstK- uvy Department to pity any Savings; Bond of 'Series A, B, C, D or li, subject to that Department's regulations, whenever any such bond is presented for that pm-posc by an individual (natural person) whose name appears on the bond as owner or co-owner and who furnishes proper identification. The Treasury Department and this bank sincerely request .that you do not redeem any bond before its maturity date unless a real personal emergency requires such action. However, if circumstances require you to cash it bond this bank will be pleased to serve yon. This Bank is Authomcil to pay li. S. Savings Bonds The FIRS! NATIONAL BANK The Only National Bank In Mississippi County For Hie boys overseas. MAIL NOW! The Gift Shop Modern & Antique Gifts MOSS BRYAN "Will Defeat of Germany ^ Lessen the Need - forSaving Used Fats?" -,-.. •' •^** 1 . -THE GOVERNMENT ANSWERS NU. •\J* Saturday, Oct. 7, Columbia Network FULBRIGHT J :.10 p.m. Don't Miss Hearing These Great Party Loaders Arkansas Democratic Campaign Committee Wallace Bldg. •££££»&*£ Little Rock Co-chairmen SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS, properly designed, at remembered always. Our flowers arc al- vays fresh, »nd all w>rk Is guaranteed to please. Ix;t our expert leslyners help you with your floral needs. T^FLOWERSHOP F.T.D. 8*rrlc« We Deliver Anywhere rn.«I Mr* J. M. (M»o) Williams, owner Glentoe Mrs. DALTON C. FOWLSTON, 13. A., M. S. M. ORGANIST and TEACHER Ot ' . PIANO — ORGAN and VOICE Former New York Organist and Teacher ' For Appointment Write Mrs. Fowlston 1101 CMckasawba or Phone 2049 O NTllP. contrary, Mrs. America, thc ucctl for saving used cooking fats will be ns great or greater than ever. J.tE MARSHALL VlctOr)' O V C T Germany still leaves the Japs in possession of thc Dutch Knst Indies, thc Philippines and Malaya - conn- tries from which we formerly imported about one billion pounds of fats and oils each year. Even victory over Japan will not case thc situation immediately. Not for a year or more can these areas be hroiight back to pre-war production levels. In thc meantime, the need for your used futs will lie as acute as ever for these reasons: 1 Even nder Europcaa victory, we Mill li.ivc Japan 10 bcai. Vast supplies of atmnumlion, medicines, parachutes, ruMicr IMIIS, sonps anil other battlefield essentials must lee|> on KOIIIK In our fighting men in a steady stream. These all reinmc (ais to inaVc. 2 We must help in ihc rchnbiliialion of lib- craicvl cotmtcics, such as Greece, Norway ami the NcthetlanJs, wth meilicincs, tnachineiy, etc. 3 Many factories now proJucinj; for will turn to mamif.icturing thc civilian goods we need >o nrs<nl!y. These factories will coimime vstt i]uan'tititi of industrial fais. American farmers are doing everything possible to build up domestic production of fats and oils: But during thc next 12 months, because of a smaller hog kill and reduced yields of some oil-seed crops, we expect that approximately n billioii-and-a-tliirtl pounds las o/ fats will be produced. Need Greater Titan Ever Therefore, more than ever, salvaging used cooking fats is an important resource on which the country must continue to loan in order to tide us over. Saving used fats is not a glamorous task. It takes effort. Hut it is one that only you, (he American houscwilc, can perform for thc country. We ask you to continue the wonder I ul job you are doing to help speed liaal Victory.. Conthraoni Shows Eterj Da? Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN UL 12:45 *.m. 4:3» Last Time Today •BARM LOANS Present Loans Refinanced. Liberal Property Valuation. COMPARE OUR SERVICE NOBLE GILL AGENCY "Complete Insurance Service" GLENCOE BLDG. PHONE 3131 !e Goes to War \ritli Kilward 0. Kolilnsnn ami Kuth Wurrii-k raramnunt News and Slioris Tuesday & Wednesday jomaicc'. v.'ith live...Clamed v/iib i IMNIBB?.^-. WU ifA ... «nnnrn l "- 3 . 1 nmtcroK OK WAR 1001) ,M)!>1]MS[KA1ION I For every pound of used fat, your butcher will give you 4jf and two free red poiiits! Keep ou saving every drop. THANKS for your PATIENCE! —Like everyone else, we're having quite a bit of trouble keeping a full crew on the job . . . And we're not able to give you the kind of service on your laundry you've come to expect from Nu-Way. However, nearly all of our patrons have been very patient anil umlcrslandinu and we appreciate this kindness. We'll get back "on the beam" before long—in the meantime, please bear with us. Nll-WA PHONE .474' Syeen PJov by Mc^.ry TcfF • fio<Vpd b IRVWG P-: v fXlM • D'rccled [>/CH>RLtS S M»tlnen Sat. & Son. Only Optna each nlRht 6:45; «larUf 'J Opem Sunday 1:00; StarU I'It Centiflnons Shows StU and Slux 9mrr»ln Night Cyer? N!(ht Ffeefi 8«lHTd»r. / N« fane* hnnored on 3<atfl &< thc ROTT. BLYTHEVIUE.ARK. Last Time Today Seven Days Ashore with \Vally Brown anil r.onlon Oliver Fox News and Sliort. Tuesday & W My Best Gal with .lane Withers ami Jimmy l.ydon Selected Shorl Subject

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