The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 4, 1944 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, October 4, 1944
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. PAGE TWO ULYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Coming Events ) THURSDAY , i Miss Patty June pa>is entertaining Thursday, Night Bridge Club. Club 28 having supper dance at American Legion Hut, 8pm. Mrs W M.' McKentle tntertaln- Ing Friday Luncheon Club. Past Matrons and Past Patrons Club will meet "'with' Mrs.: Charles Altord, 8pm. FRIDAY CBC. Club meeting With. Mrs. Lcndcnnle Foivler. Mrs. Lane Nowell entertaining Initial Club. Chaper "N" of P. E. O. Sisterhood meeting with Mrs. W. L. Homer 4pm Mrs. John Brlllhart entertaining G. N. E. Club. .Ladles Bible Class of First Me th- odtst Churelv meeting with Mrs. Belle Wood, 7'30pm Dorcas Sunday, School. Class of First Baptist Church having.lunch- eon at church, 1 p in * ' Miss Smith'Is'Bride 01 Lieut. JoHn Love Announcement, has been made ot ihc marriage of KlUs Virginia Smltli, daughter of Mr.-and Mrs.' O. W. Smith, to Lieut John A Love of Fort Bragg; N. C., and Smock, Penn. The double .ring .ceremony was solemnized August 27 Iji Bennetls- ' ville, S C, uith Judge John F Kln- ney officiating The bride. .wore ; a Pall frock ofi pine green'.,wool, with .sequin trim, and black accessories. Her shoulder { corsage was"of white gardenias. Miss Beverly Tharpe of Blythe! ville,. cousin of the bride, served as maid of honor. She.-wore a dress'of blue crepe with, black accessories and a corsage of red rosebuds Lieut. Bartholomew P. McCarthy ol Fort Bragg served Lieutenant Love as best man: 'Mrs. -Love attended 'BlytheviUe .high school where she!was"active in ! extra currkular activates Lieutenant Love, son-of Mr. nnd Mrs. A. H. Lo«e. of Srriock, was graduated from high school there nnd later • from,: Washington-Jefferson College, Washington, D. C. They no» are making their home In Fayettevllle, N C, while Lieutenant '.Love is. stationed there-. * i * * Club Eight Has Parly Mrs Rupert^Crafton played bridge with members of Club Eight last night wh^i'Jhey were entertained bj Mrs 'G'. O.-Pottz at her home, 1214 Chlckasawba-'Avenue . ; High icore prize for" the evening v,ent tq Mrs L S Benlsh and second high to Mrs. H, ,O. Partlow. Iced-drinks ^vere Eened during the evening and a dessert course lit the conclusion of the bridge games. . Roses and otliei% colorful Pall (lowers were attractively arranged throughout the house. I ' " " (\Mrs. Halsell Entertains Miss Peggy White and Mrs Coleman Stevens Jr, recenUj elected members of La Neuve Club, at-! tended Itheir first parlv as mem- II bers of that group last night when, < Mrs Melun Halsell entertained at I' her hdme on Heam Street Mrs. Robert Phillips, Mrs Richard Jones and Mrs Jauies Guard of Okolona, I, Mis:, houseguesl ol Mr and Mrs. • t J L Guard, ajso were guests of Mrs H»l£«ll Dahlilas, snapdragons and roses formed»» colorful .background for 'he bridfjE^IUbles arranged In tlie J hving^iioojli-of the apartment. 1. liighXseore prize among club I members went to Mrs Stevens and l fecorid ^high to Mrs William Q. I Boyd, -while high guest prize was 1 awarded Mrs Guard A dessert course was served. Club^Guest Entertained Mrs. Bennett Is Honored Mrs. T. C; Bennett of' Willlnms- tpn, S. C., house guest of: her brother, the Rev. E, C. Brown and family, was complimented Friday when Mrs. E. B. Woodsou ,'a:id Mrs. Marlon Williams entertained with a luncheon at the Williams home. Twelve of the Browns' most intimate friends were invited to attend the nflnlr. . • ,'" '• A three course luncheon wns served at the dining table, which was centered with a low bowl of rosebuds. 'Jlie afternoon wns spent In In- fpunnl entertainment. • • • fill's. Martin,Is Hostess Fall roses from the garden of" the hostess attractively decorated l!>c living room of Mi's. S. P.- Martin's home yesterday afternoon'When she entertained members of the Bl- Montlily Bridge Club. ' Defense stamps were awarded Mrs. George W, I'yles for high score for the afternoon, and Mrs. Love B. Adams'for secon^ high. Llgjit refreshments, were served. * * * Weslcyan Guild Meets Mrs. Jack BLihjpinnd Mrs. Algle Blshlp were hostesses Itisl night to the meeting of the -Wesleyan Service Guild ot First Methodist Church held at the church. Sixteen members attended Uio meeting, when Mrs. G. W. Pyles was guest speaker. % Mls5 Mary Hubler, Gujld president, presided over the business meeting when plans were discussed for the annual silver lea and book review to be held in November. Plans also were discussed for the observation of the National Week of Prayer late in October. Games were jvlnycd during the social hour, and the hostesses served refreshments. K Bits of News $ \ Mostly; J Personal Mr. and Mrs. Russell Bnugh, who have been making their home with Mrs. -E. E. Hardln at 1017 Walnut. Street, have moved into the Goodwin .Apartments, on West Afeti Street. i, Mrs. B. B. Akin ha.s .been - removed to her home nt Yarbro after having been a patient nt'lvnlls Hospital where she was undergoing t-reatment for arthritis. Her condition is unimproved. Mr. nnd Mrs., t,. D; Cllambllt left yesterday for BooneviHe, Ark., where they will spend several days. Mr. and Mrs. J.. Cecil I-owe and son, Jerry, spent Sunday In Mem- ]>lile. They were accompanied home by their son, Jimmy, who had spent the weekend there with relatives, and by Mrs. C, H. Maddox, who has been a pntlent at Memphis Methodist Hospital for Hie past two weeks following a major operation : which she underwent there. Mrs. Howard B. Coldren of Al- hainbra, Calif., arrived tills morning to be the guest of her parents, Mr. anil Mrs. C. R. Mnddox, coming especially to be with licr motli- cr, who Is recuperating from a major operation which she underwent two weeks ago In Memphis. Mrs. C. C. Redman, executive secretary of the Mississippi County Tuberculosis Association, left thto afternoon for Little . Rock, where she will attend a call meeting of state executive secretaries to be held there 'tomorrow. Mrs. O. A. Lowe of Mlllington, Tc)))!., ras r.iTived 'for a visit wltli her son, J. Cecil Lowe and family, nnd with her sitter, Mrs. C. R. Maddox nml family, i Pvt. Henry Mnthcnla left this morning for Fort Orel, Calif., where he has been transferred, after spending a 10-day furlough here with his wife. Private Mathenla formerly was stationed at Fort Rlley, Kmts. Mrs. Robert Jonlx has returned to her home In Memphis after u visit with Mr. and Mrs. Mearl Jontz. She was recuperating from an ap- lenttcclomy which she recently underwent at Memphis Methodist Hos- Jltal. Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Partiow of Paragoulcl spent today In Blythe- vlllc on business. Mrs, J. M. Fowler will leave tomorrow morning for Memphis where she will spend several days with her niece, Miss Georgia Elm. Mrs. James C. Guard of Oko- lonii, Miss., has arrived to spend two weeks here as giiest of Mr. and Mrs.'J. L, Guard. • • G. W. Smith, who Is employed In defense work In Seattle, Wash., has returned there after spending a two-weeks' vacation here with Mrs. Smith and their family. He came especially to be with Ills son, Pvt. Charles Smith of Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., who .was home on furlough. Mrs. Charles Schmidt will leave rhorrowj morning for ,ai> extended visit-Mlli relatives id,New Orleans, La- " ' ',•".'•••'':'*• v "•' .'' ':'.'.•'.. • Mrs.;Rpy,Paspld:ls spending several weeks in Falrfield-Sulsn, Cajlf '., with her husband, Sergeant Pnsokl. who is stationed there. Her infant daughter, Teresa Ann, remained here with her grandmother, Mrs. G. w. Smith,' while/her mother is iiwny. . . Navigator Dies After Bringing Bomber.To Base Lieut. Charles Chambers of Manila and Jonesboro was killed ID flctVm, Sept. .11, Ilk wife.. Mrs. Hetllc Lee NeedlmiH Chambers of Manila, has teen informed. Ills brother, Lieut, James Chambers, cabled that he had attended t.Dc funeral services In England with the message from the War Department arriving two hours later. Lieutenant James Chambers uLso Is In the Awiy Air Forces. Lieut. Charles Chambers was a navigator on n bomber which he piloted buck to Allied territory .after having been hit by German anti-aircraft guns, He it survived also by a son, Charles Jr., and his father of At The Hospitals Walls Hospital Admitted— Whltflcld Harvey, Hornersvlltc Mo. Eddie Joe Whittle, city. Mrs. Bill Olllcsple, city. Bruce McGregor, city. Blythcvillc Hospital Admitted— Mrs. L. 'Cunningham, city. Miss Adele Clicriy, city. Mrs. Ray Craig,' Elwcod, III. Dismissed— Mrs. Reed Scott and bnby, Manila, W. C. Chenthnin, city. Memphis Maptlsl Hospital Admitted— Pf. J. Hale, Osceola. Mrs. Male Cntt, Wilson. n. L. Payne, city. Memphis Methodist Hospital Admitted— L. E. Btngchelmer, Braggadocio Mo. Mrs. Oscar McNecr, Carulher.s- •Illc, Mo, . K.:Francis of Pine Bluff, I housegnest of her parents, Mr. and I Mrs Tom A Littie, wos a guest o( I Mrs 3|hford Boone last night when I she entertained members of the Double-O, Club at her home. Mlss^Mary Spain Usrej received high score prize in the bridge games played.,, during the evening, and I Miss .-irances Little had second I high *• A iSndwlch plate with iced dnnksyvas served s EPIUWY ituiERm0? WHAT CAUSES IT? ,--'f i, 4 • * "" ^ - » y<~- i I A booH«l AintoMfle tta opWoni ol la.~ I nan ^gfton'on flu> Inl<r«ili«e iub'i«cl I ,-jlll b*(»M< f*Sf, l wV,!« HM/ toil,, to ony riodw Siting to fk» Educational Dmiion, 5 Fmt^lrt , N»wYotk, N Y , Depl. K-124 *Mocnlite Donee Excursion* Aboard one of the World'i floes} Stccmir,. All-Stnl, Glon-Ineleitd. LAST BOAT RIDE THIS YEAR! MONDAY, OCT. 9 Leaves at 9:00 P. M. (SHARP) from Harfield Landing 0 Miles Easl of Ijiylhcvillc on Highway 18 AlVniT TDflCI/ AMD HIS ORCHESTRA u L T U t IK Ho IV s*? N r 'c 9 i s N a G ADVANCC TICKETS 80c\Kr' 0 S l SS?- Fare at Boat $^> (All Stall and Ftdirel tn,\uiti in Farn) 8EBUCED FARE TO MEN AND WOMEN IN SERVICE —55 C AT BOAT Gefr Advance Tickets at: KIRBY'S DRUGS and ARMY AIR BASE BLYTHEVILLE Mrs. Green Appointed To Tuberculosis Board Mrs. Roinnti Green hns been named (o the Unto Iroanl of the Arkansas Tuberculosis Association, it hns been nnnounced. Mrs. Green also Ls serving as in-eslclcnt-director of the Mississippi County Tuberculosis Association, of whlcli Mrs. R. L. Banister is honorary president, mid Mrs. C. G. Redman,.;executive secretary. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 4, 19<M Help Via Horseback Devised for evacuation ot wounded Allied soldiers from mountainous terrain, these twin slrclclicrs, being demonstrated in this picture'by British soldiers, me mounlcd on a Johnston carrier, which may '. he placed across the back of a mule or horse lor casv ft-ansi>Qriiilio;>. Three Vehicles Are Damaged On Highway 18 Three vehicles figured in a Highway 18 traffic accident Monday near Blylheville when a truck of Buckeye State Show attempted to (KISS a car uiul house trailer. The driver die! not SKK un ap- pronclilng cnr, driven liy e Memphis salesman, until too lute to cut back behind the trailer, to cause the accident, it was said. The trailer and Memphis car were badly damaged but the truck was only slightly damaged. Owner, of the car and house trailer wns connected with the carnival which showed here last week and which was en route to Jonesboro. All of the occupants escaped in- Jury. Prt. Charles Holbrooks Assigned To Air Depot AN VIII AIR FORCE SERVICE COMMAND STATION, ENGLAND. —Assigned to the Bnsc Utilities Section at this large strategic air depot ^BEAUTY SHOP C- t^A • V^^^ ^~ n* m. FIM I Phon«2532 ^ Bring U* Your j|«Mff)r Probltnti 4 GREETING ICARDS fir te to; Caleb Smith, Farm Land Merchant, desires to announce that effective October 1st, 1944, he will have associated with him in the sale of FARM LANDS, TOWN PROPERTY Businesses and any or all real estate as'well as the making of Farm Loans, Mr. C. E. Golladay Mr. Golladay is no stranger to Southeast Missolirians nor to Southeast Missouri Keal ' estate as' ho has been in this business for the past several years. When you want to "buy, sell, or trade real estate or your business, let us serve you. Caleb Smith &C.E. Golladay Farm Land Merchants Sikeston, Mo,. 217 E. Malone St. Phone 1192 and 197 for" Service Men, Dull-proof. Shock-proof, )7 jcwcli. Sw-ccp second bond, / UP TO A YEAR TO PAY! ^i'Vv It Takes Only. THREE MINUTES To Open A Charge Account At Either of Our Modern Stores ng silver idcnllfica-' tlon bracelet for Service men. Strongly mode. ^ On Terms 3) Q ' Prices Include All Federal Taxes FITZPATRICK HWEIRY STORES Biytheville — Osceola is Pvt. Charles W, Holbrooks, sol) of Mrs. Daisy Holbrooks, of BlytheviUe. His tnsk Is an importune one, for it's at this base that Eighth Air Force fighter craft are repaired and maintained between combat-rounds with he enemy. Private Holbrooks entered the armed forces In July, 1942, and received his basic training at St. Petersburg, Flu. Later he served /asurr, Wyo., before being assigned to overseas duty in January, 1044. Prior to entering the service, Private Holbrooks was employed as a farmer, His brother, Sergt. Arton Holbrooks, Is serving \vith the Tank Corps somewhere in Prance. Lieutenant Morse Returns To U. S. From Aleutians Lieut. Byron Rhodes Morse, son of Mr. an^ M r t>- Byron Morse of Plylhevllle, arrived In the United States yesterday after service In the Aleutian Islands, according to a message received lav. n:gnt by his \iifc, who is 'making her home En Little Rock with her mother during her husband's overseas duty. Lieutenant Morse will arrive in Little Rock soon to join his wife and their infant son, whom he has never seen, and the ywill come to Blythcvlllo for a visit w«h Ills parents and other relatives. Auxiliary Group Meets Ten member.'; of the American Legion Auxiliary attended the meeting ol that group last night at the hut, with Mrs. Joa Scruggs, president, in charge. I'lans for the coining bingo to be yiven under sponsorship of., the auxiliary, were dkciif,sed, nnd persons who wish to donate prizes for the bingo were asked to bring (hem to Mrs! E. W. Burks. Mrs. Ed B. cook, who recently returned from Chicago where she attended the National American Legion Convention, yaVe a rei>ort of tin's meeting, to close the program. Courier newi vr»m Afli. Beware Coughs from common colds That Hang On Creomulsion relieves promptly because it goes right to the seat of the trouble to help loosen and expel germ laden phlegm, and aid nature to soothe and heal raw, tender. Inflamed bronchial mucous membranes. Tell your druggist to seU you' B bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding you must like the way It quickly allays the cough or you are to have your money back. H CREOMULSION for Coughs, Chest Colds. Bronchitis NERVOUSTLESS IRimiBU,HIGN-iI||ie On "CERTAIN DAYS" Of The Month? 'Bo functional periodic disturbances tnftke you feel nervous, fidgety, Irritable, tired, and a bit blue—at such. times? Then start at once —try Lydla E. Plntham's Vegetable Compound to relieve such symptoms. Plnkham's Compound Is mnde especially for women. Taken regularly—H helps build up resistance against sucii distress. Thousands upon thousands ol women have reported benefits! & grand thing about Pinkbam's Compound Is that It contains no : harmful opltites. It Is made from nature's own roots n.nd herbs [phis Vitamin Bi). Here's a product that Helps Nature and that's the kind to buy! Also a fine stomachic tonlcl Follow label directions. Try at Lydia E. Pinkham's VEGETABLE COMPOUND For Good Insurance Call W. M. Burns Agency, Ph. 3361 Writing complete Automobile Insurance, Plate Glass, Workman's Compensation, Public & Contractor's Liability and Fire Insurance on anything insurable. W. M. BURNS ,11 ENNCs L nd s t . FOR SALE —Soybean Bags— —Seed Oats, Wheat, Barley— —Spear Feeds— Govt. Support Price Paid For Soybeans. BlytheviUe Soybean Corp. 1800 W. Main Phone 856 DRS. N1ES & NIES OSffOPATHIC PHYSICIANS RECTAL DISEASES a SPECIALTY {EXCEPT CANCER) OFFICE HOURS: 8:00-12:00 and 1:30-5:00 Clinic S14 Mali Blytherille, Ark. Phone 2121 Mrs. DALTON C. FOWLSTON, B. A., M. S. M. ORGANIST and TEACHER of PIANO — ORGAN and VOICE Former New York Organist and Teacher For Ap|x>lntnient Write Mrs. Fowlston 1101 Chlcknsawba or Phone 2049 SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS, properly designed, are remembered always. Our flowers are always fresh, and all work Is guaranteed to please. L*t our expert leslgners help you with your floral needs. FLOWER SHOP F.TJtt. Betrlc* We DellTer Anywhere Ph. m Mrs. J. M. (M»c) Williams, owner .-; Gkaoo* Btdj. Pvt. Stanley Tangle Is Killed In Action Pvt. Stanley Tangle, son of Mrs Mattle Tangle of Cotlomvooil Pohni Mo., has been killed in action somewhere, overseas, the War Depart, mcnt has informed his mother. The" 24-year-old private, In service ' since 1042, left, the United States a year ago for the Sautli p^_ clflc area. State Bidget Estimates Submitted For Analysis LITTLE ROCK, Oct. 4 (UP) — Comptroller J. Bryan Sims says that a majority of state depart-^ mctits have submitted 1945-41 budget, estimates for analysis by the state comptroller's office before the Legislature convenes in January. A member of the comptroller's staff, Julian Hogan, is already drafting budgets in special offices set up for that purpose. Dr. J. L. Guard Optometrist at Guard's Jewelry 209 W. Main S S . S S $ $ S -Sell Car To Phillips No OPA . violations in- </> volvetl because you "did«* n't know'J, price ceiling <„ regulations. We'll save you lime and <*> responsibility by handling the legal details *" AND GIVE YOU THE LIMIT OP VALUE IN ™ CASH under the new price ceiling regulations. ** The seller of a used car <« risks a $10,000 fine if he attempts to get more o> than the ceiling price for a used car. Bring *» your car to Phillips; we'll pay you all the law '•" allows, promptly and in SPOT CASH. •<" > Sell Your Idle Car Vor Cash" to Phillips Motor" Co. Tel. 453 Walnut ut Glh ^ .$ § $ § S S $ Contmaons Show* Etery D»y Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN H a-m. 12:i5 ».m. C:M » Last Time Today Jam Session 'ith Ann Miller- and Jess Ilarfccr Selected Short Subjects Thursday and Friday Paramount Ncu'S nnd Selected Short Subjects Matlneea Sat. A San. Only Opens emch night 6:45; itarU V Openi SonO*? 1:00; SUrU 1:11 CnMnnou Shows Sit. *n( 8«n. Sarcaim Mjht Every Nliht Exc«t4 Sttnrdij, N* pum konond on J»tmj if ths • Last Time Today My Best Gal with Jane Wllhcrs ami Jimmy Lydon : Seleclefl Short Subject Thursday nnd Friday :rj'»E«i!$r sctt»v situiimcis mx A' -CASE ~~~- ••>, EDMUND InWF i-Hmunu tuwt R'di.iO H*IE - SUnity CUMENIS' * C-O L l) M BJ A f I C.T U» t Selected Short Subjects

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