The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 6, 1944 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, October 6, 1944
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BLYTHEV1LLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Club 28 Dance Attended By Members And Guests The , hues of colorful Pall flowers an added note of gaiety • to the supper dance given lost night at the' 1 ' American Legion Hut for members pfQlub 28 when Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Sebaugli, Mr. and Mrs. Joe TrieschmaiV and Mr. (ind Mrs. T. W. Jeffries entertained. The tlance, the first of the Pall season-ifor this group which metis once each month, also was attended by R largo numbci of guests A buffet , 'supper.' was sei-ved at 8 o'elocte, followed by dancing for several h'ours. Guests' present Included Mr. nnd Mrs. W.'.U., Crawford, Mr. and Mrs. C. n."Penn,- Mr. and Mra. Russell Campbell!' Mf- and Mrs. Russell Greenway, Mr and Mrs Hugh Whitsllt, Mi and Mrs Joe Hughes, j Mr rfnd Mrs Robert Grimes, Mr and Mis. Jim*Crafton and Major and Mrs. M. S. Parrlsh. ; "»,''• i Matrons" And Patrons Club Entertained Last Night Mrs Gus Eberdl was elected prcs- ., ident of ...Hi'c, Past Matrons' and Past I Patrcms Club at a meeting '/»t night 'at ttie'lisme of 'Mr. and Mrs Charles Alford. Other officers elected to serve *lth ' here 'are Mrs George Barbara, \lpe president, and Miss Cora .-Lee Coleroan, secretary and treasurer. Bridge Club Entertained Mrs. Sanforil Bobne'-'was a guest of Miss Patty June Davis last night, when slip entertained members of the Thursday Night Bridge club at the liouie of her aunt, Mrs. W. D. ChamWin at 101D West Main. Full flowers were attractively arranged throughout the entertaining rooms. HlgJi score prize went to Miss Mil(|reii Lou Hnbtarrt and second high to Mrs. Wlllard H. Pease, and the hostess served n dessert course. j ... ... Oui-Of-Town Visitors Will Be Complimented Mrs. O.^V. McCutchen will entertain wlth'nn Informal party tomorrow afternoon at her home complimenting Mrs. George C. Walls and Mrs. Rtchnrd Bland Ixjgan Si-., both of New ' Orleans, housegucsUs of the McCutcheus mid their daughters, Mrs. Hlch'itrd Bland Logan Jr. • The euesLs have been Invited to come at 2 o'clock to meet the two visitors. • • • . Hendricks' Have Son Sergt. mid Mrs. A. J. Hcmlricks of 413 N. Broadway are the parents o( a son born Tuesday 'night at the home of Mrs. Itcndrlcks' parents. Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Goff al Dell. The baby, their first ichild, has been named Ira Jay Hendricks. Mrs. Hendricks Is the former Miss Mrs' Alfcrd. currtrtt president of I Hazel Bcrnlce Ooff of Dell, the organisation, ^ presided over the ... JL us L n . e ?.7™^ ldE < v>hlclv - precetied Miss Mary Micliiel Weds Bits of News Mostly, Personal the social hour. Bunco \va$ played-With traveling I' prize won by : Mrs"R. A.. Copeland, high score for-the .women by v &Irs. Haleigh Sylvester, : nnd..high score for the men by George W.-Barham. j The hostess served'a 1 salad plate with, coffee to the 12 members and : one visitor, present. 'Mrs. W. C. fhclan of Mempliis, housegucst of •Mr. and Mrs. Copeland, was an • out-of-town guest. • The November meeting of tho . c)ub wl)l be held at.Uie home of Mr. ; and Mrs! Sylvester. , . • • ' »••':'" | Club, Guests Entertained Mrs: IJf. M..McKen?le .was hostess. ' to nienitesiS 1 ,of»the : . Friday Luncheon '.. Club' afefi ;thfee.7picsts M r i Q-' Q! Caudiil>'lftfi?"MarVln-Robinson and i Mrs. Cornelius" Modtnger. when she : -ntertaine.d,.^ ,Jier new,apartment L nn MnT(h..QTv»K Rtra'Jt '-' l . ' . Roses, 'decorated -the .living- roorn -' for ' placed 0 - ur ? c rdncheon, nndi r-Wyed '"diirihg ite afternoon. • High sqore. prize, defense stamps. . went >tq Mrs.' CaudlU. and second '. high fp Mrs. -Marvin Nunii. ' ' Former Biytheville Man Mr. ami NIrs. Sam Snliba of Toledo, Ohio, have arrived here for a brief visit with his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. n. G. Saliba, before returning to Toledo from their wedding trip. Tlie marriage of Mr. Snliba and the former Miss Mary Mlchle) of Toledo, was solemnized In St. George's Orthodox Church In Tol- cdq on Sept. 24. The bride was attended by Mrs. Hugh Jackson as bridesmaid, nnd by Mrs. Louis T. Saliba ns matron of honor, while Mr. Sallba's best man was Loiils T. Saliba. A wedding reception at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis T, Saliba 'as 'held Immediately following the ceremony before the youiig couple left on a wedding trip. The bridegroom, a former student at the Blythbvillc high school, now is in business in Toledo where he and his bride will make their home. Hal Thompson, who has been attending Texas Tech College nt I.ub- bock, Texas, under the A.S.T.P., left Wednesday afternoon nflei- a brief visit with his parents, Mi 1 , and Mrs. J. L. Thompson, lie has gone to Lns Cruccs, N. M., .where he will be a student this year. Walter Logan left today for Memphis enroute to New York, where he will Ire in Die oflicc of United Press. He has spent the past three weeks here with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Logan, nftcr having served overseas .for the past 22 months as n war correspondent, Faye Terrell, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Ij. Terrell, underwent n tonsillectomy today at Ulytlievilie Hospital. Mrs. C. C. Ijuifston left this Vnornlng for Jnckson, Miss., wliure she was called by tlie serions Illness of her brothcr-ln-law. Judge George H. EtherUlye. Mrs. Baker Wilson left Wednesday night for Rolln, Mo., where she, Is spending a week us the giiesl of her sister, Mrs. Horace Harwell and family. Mr. and Mrs. James 1111] Jr., re. turned yesterday afternoon from a I two-week's vacation spent with relatives In points In South Carolina. Sergt, and Mrs. Ivan R. Van Patten were called to Jerome, Idaho, last night by the death of his father, D. H. van I'allen. Mrs. George C. Walls and her At The Hospitals Walls Hospital \ . jlrs? : Andrew. Conkyjen{er(alned : WedtjiSsday • night at" her home ou ; L-ake^treet, compHmenting Mrs. B. IS Fif|een guests .attended the In- 1 Ij formal party, vfheri games were |i alayett during th'e. evening, with I prizeC_awarde[J .Mrs. Janle Ross, Ij Mrs. ijtank \Vestall and Mrs. -L.U- r.cian Galnes as winners. ir Refreshments pi; sandwiches, cnke I'.and i&d:drmks were served nnd a miscellaneous assortment ot gifts MVOS presented the-guest • of honor, I jMrs;£audill Entertains ; Members of. yet another bridge I!club, jflie Tpwn and• Country club lihave ^begun their weekly bridge (parties after'their, Rill recess with '•'Mrs,><G... G., Caudill entertaining the .g*J>iip Wednesday afternooiv. at lifter hbjne..,:' • • . : . Ij Rosss and. 7 other. Fall Ilowers I j formed a'colorful baciground for lithe bridge tables which were sir- ISrangCTI in the living room. High Is score'prize -went:: to Mrs. O. W. I jMcCifehen and second high to Mrs •iCaudlll. •. ' ..••.:•,;• refreshments were served Admitted: Mrs. Amos Huffman, Sleele, Mo. Mrs. James .Acuff, Memphis. Dismissed: Mrs. Charles- Thomas, Holland Mo. : Mrs. Clyde Vandyke, Steele, Mo Billle Hill, Black Oak. Blylheville Hospital Admitted: Ray Terrell, city., Joe Tomlinson, city. Memphis Mcthoillst Hospital Admitted: Burke Moore, Osccola. Memphis Baptist Hospital Admitted: Laverne Viar, city. daughter, Mrs. Richard 13. Logati Sr,, of New Orleans, were cxpcclecl to arrive this afternoon for n visit with Mrs. Hlchnnl B. Logan jr. mm her intnnt son, Richard B. Logan III, and hrj- parents, Mr. nncl Mrs. O. W. McCulchcn. .Mr. and Mrs. Jl. A. Coneliind have ns Ilielr guest for several (iiiys Ills sisler, Mrs. W. c. Thclnn of Mecm- phls. Pvt. Tom A. Little Jr., who is stationed nt Kcesler Field, Miss Is wending hts fiiilougf, her with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom A Little Sr. teco, Rupert and Jim crafton will leave tonight for.SI Louis where they, will attend-tivo games of the world series. Lieut. Robert Phillips arrived Inst night lo spend his leave' here with his wife : and their Infant son, Ml- chnel, who have been making'their home here'• with her •'parents Mr and Mrs. Russell Phillips, while Lieutenant Phillips wns on overseas duty. Girl Scout News ArkansasHistoricat Group To Hold Meeting LITTLE ROCK, Oct. 0 (UP)-Of- flclnls nnnouncc that n general meeting of the Arkansas Hlslorica] Association will be held early In Officers who were elected at a recent meeting Include- Mrs J N. Barnctl ot Batesville, member of the board of directors for the iiici Congressional District- Miss Laura Goolsby of Port Smith, associate editor .or the Arkansas Historical Quarterly, arid 'Dr. Henry Alexander of Fayettcville-^Qcrcla- ry-treasiircr. Members of the Brownie Troop of j , 1>r j sl( j cilt of the nssoclntimj Is Dr. the Girl Scouts will have their first it; ' Ke -\ nol ' Is - The organization meeting of the Pnll season tomorrow morning; 10 o'clock, at Die Little House, when the Ply-up will be held, is sponsoring a membership cam- , it was Announced today by Mrs. Robert Grimes, troop leader, who is assisted by Mrs. Toby Long, assistant troop leader. Any girls aged 1, 8, or 9, who would like to become a member of the Brownies, is invlled to attend the meeting tomorrow Mrs. Grimes stated. morning, Compared with the modern arch- Cr ,'., lhc . Inc ! ilui was n very poor shot and arrow. jiLAST 2 DAYS AT THE A1B Park - Caruthersviile Saturday, Oct. 7th SEE AND HEAR U. S. Senator Herry S. Truman If I AND OTHERS ;j Sunday, Oct. 8th ^Special Running Horse Races £ ,I''.:Fof Ou»-of-County Visitors SUTTON'S GREATER SHOWS ON THE MIDWAY ,ApMI$SiON IT«XM'included) l$c-30c COLD STUFFED NOSE? 2 Jropa in each noslril irink mcmbranrg. Vou Ibrcatho cnsicr. Cnution: I Ueo only M directed. Oct IPENETRO NOSE DROPS Wilson Marine Is Killed In South Pacific Marine Sergt. Eugene Darker of Wll.son Is another casualty of the war. Son of Mr. and Mrs. N. 13, Barker of Wilson, Sergeant Darkci was killed In the South Pacific. In the Marine; Corps five years, Sorgennl Barker lind scon action at Pearl Harbor, Midway, Guadalcanal, Tarawa nnil uouguliivllle. rit'Sldeb his p;irfnls he leaves a brother, Clyde Barker of Joiiesboro anil three sisters, Mrs. Floyd .Martin and Mrs. John Plckett of Kei- PR1DAY, OCTOBER G, 1044 /Dragon's Teeih' Lose Their Bite Leachyille Ma ser and Wilson. Miss Juraltni; Uarkcr of Gas Turnback Funds Be Distributed LIITLE ROCK, Oct. . (UP)— Ar- kniuius state treasurer Ea'rl-Page Is jrcpiirlng to distribute niorc than 5302,800 In gasoline turnback funds to counties for the third tiuartcr of 1914. Page says this amount Is about fO.OOO less tlnin that distributed dining the same quarter of 1943, sut adds that H Is $30,900 move :hnn was turned back to counties ')i the second quarter of this year. And, in addition to gasoline turn- back, each of the 15 counties will receive $414 in oil Inspection fees. Steele Man Wounded Among European those wounded in nren recently the was Pfc. Fred L. Gentle, son of Mrs. Maggie Gentle of Steele, Mo. Hold Everything "See what you're . liirat" teaching BEST-KNOWN home remedy far relieving mlserles'of !iildren's colds. child WICKS W VAPORUB MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP 1H B. rtrrt Phone 2532 Bring Ui Your Beauty Problemt Modem Equipment Expert BeanUcUai Pfc. Tro v Bradcii 'of Cc'efchvllle, son of Mrs. Mary Ann Braden, is' missing In action In the European area, tho War Department hns announced. No details were revealed, Germans sowed tho countryside through which the Siegfried Lin» runs with huge tank traps* called "dragon's teeth," like those pictured above, but they didn't stop the Yank armor. Photo Liken near ADClicn, Germany, shows a tank about to pass through a path blasted into the steel and con' crelc barrier by U. S. Array Engineers. *amden Has Troubles As Restaurants Close CAMDEN, Ark., Oct. C (UP) — tamdcn, the home of the proposed : 0 million dollar naval ordnance >lant. Is having Us labor' problems. One of the city's largest restaurants Is closed because of a combination of labor shortage and Office of Price Administration regulations which prohibit Increase of mea) H'lces above pence-lime levels, and he city's largest boarding house which serves several hundred persons dally Is scheduled to close Oct 5. ' All cafes and restaurants In 3amclcn are overcrowded. And the 'o(xl problem has become serious since arrival of hundreds of newcomers who are the vanguard of construction and operating forces for the naval ordnance plant. Several thousand persons are ex- )cctcd to arrive shortly to swell the already overcrowded city and increase food and housing difficulties. Bees Form IJoacl Block FAIRMONT, Minn. (UP)—Fair- nont recently had a taste of war when a swarm of bees settled on •Iain St. to form an impassable ;oad block. Dr. M. H. Marken, lo- ATTENTION Ticre will be a * I Rummage Sale on East Main, Tiiytheville, i Saturday. Oct. 1 ,for the benefit of Lone Oak ;|: Methodist Church, y^sif (his sale, for real bargains, ^j* . Sponsored by '•• ! Mrs. \V .E. Morcland '. ! Mrs. Jim Fields cal bee expert, called in the case, •ecojnmendcd H jiolluy of noii-ln- tcrvention and tlie bees presently departed, ending a short traffic Jam. 'Hitler' Loses Out THIEF RIVER FALLS, Minn. (UP)—The sense of humor which led oue visitor to the Pehnington county fair to register for a prize ns Adolf littler backfired. His number was the first drawn and fair of- (Icials, unwilling to do business with HiUcr, drew three more names till they found winners for three $5 war bond stamps. GREETING CARDS For Hie boys overseas. MAIL NOW! The Gift Shop Modem & AuLlyue Girts MOSS BRYAN PIE ,S U P P E R at the REECE SCHOOL HOUSE FRIDAY October 6th, 8 P. M. ^ Sponsored by SCOUT TROOP 217 MOONLIGHT DANCE EXCURSION on the palatial river steamer Queen MONDAY, OCT. 9th Boat leaves Barfield Landing, 9 miles East of Biytheville on Hwy. 18, Promptly at 9 P. M. This is the last boat ride this year! ADVANCE TICKETS 80 MUSIC BY TICKKTS c . ,, AT HO AT Service Men and Women, and Children—55c (Fares Include All Slate & Federal Tax) CLYDE TRASK AND HIS ORCHESTRA irw • ?* c BUY AD V A NCE TICKETS FROM: Kirby s.3 Drug Stores, Philip Applebaum Liquor Store or Any Jaycee Excursion Sponsored By B/yfnevWe Junior Chamber ot Commerce 'Jesus Never Lied-Now Did He For at least the next quarter of a century the people of tlie world will need lo learn more about that man Jesus who "Passed by doing good to mankind." Jesus never told an untruth—When he said "I am the Light of the World"— I have "A Program for meeting life's Problems"—I "have understanding ot: man," He meant just that. Our guess is you can learn about this in the Men's Bible Class in any church in Biytheville. We know you can come to the Men's Bible Class at the First Christian Church and discuss with the class and learn something that will help you. lesus said "And ye shall know the truth, and"the truth shall make you free." If you come to our class we will be glad— MEN'S BIBLE CLASS First Christian Church PLANNED CLOTHES PANELS f TorrileredrstressoJ MONTHLY Female Weakness (Also fine Stomachic Tonic) '" Lydta B. Plukhflm's Compound Is famous to relieve periodic pa;:i and accompanylnff nervous, weak. Urea- out feelings—all duo to functional monthly disturbances. Made especially for women—it helps naturel Follow label directions. n$ Continnotji Show* Ever; Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN liH *JB. 12:46 fja. i;J« p Last Time Today Andy Hardy's Blonde Trouble with Mickey Ilooney and I,e«is Stone Paramount News and Selected Short Subjects Saturday A UNIVESSAl FIC1URE Serial: "Desert Hawk" 12 * Short Con. Showing Sat'day 1:00 to 11:30 Sunday and Monday Paramount Nevis mirt Sliorls Contlnboos swrvirtf Bun. 1:16 io U ' ») Mmllnw. g,j. ft gen. Only Opens each night 6:45; itarts V Openi Snnrtay 1:00; Bt»rt» l:l» Ctatlauaca Shows Set. *ni Son. Jtarraln Nltht Every Nlfht f.fttji Sutnrday. N* *UM* honored on 3iu<>; •< Last Time Today Girl in the Case tvilli Edmund Lowe and .lanis Carler Selected Short Subjects Snturday in apparel fa tfall t S rSKUTKV,,.,,,. CtABENCEtMULWRO'S /,'' , fc. ^ WILLIAM BOYD lilack Kid Dress Pump 7.50 Army Russet Suede Alligator Trim ... 7.50 W *=i~crvD A IHIiiriE -SHOES T OQ/ Serial: "Thc Phantom" 15 & Short COD. Showing- Sat'day 1:00 to 11:34 Sunday and Monday * WMNR EROS. HIT . Fox Njif(f Sj ^nil t Short. Cvnllnnoug BhoHtnj Son, JjlS t* 11

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