The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 25, 1943 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, May 25, 1943
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TUESDAY, MAY 25, 1943 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.); COURIER NEWS Party Honors E. M. Terry Mrs. E. M. Terry entertained seven couples Sunday night for a buffet supper nt, her home In honor of her son E.'M. Terry, who left Tor the Army Monday. The entertaining rooms of the Terry home were beautifully decorated with roses nnd mixed Spring (lowers. The smnll tables iitnced in the living room held i\s ccn- lerpieccs, bud vnsc.s nnd dnisli'.s. The (lining table from which the dinner WHS -'jijfrveii was centered with H crystal bowl of |jlnk roses. Mrs. James Terry mid Mrs. Mavy Kelly assisted the hostess in serving. The evening wns spent Informally. * * * BAPTIST W.M.I!, CIKfl.KS.MKKT The Woman's Missionary Union of (lie First Bnpllst church met yesterday afternoon nl various homes. After the religious nnd business meetings a soeinl hour was enjoyed by each groui). Circle One jnel vvllli Mrs. O. I', nnlncy with seven members present. The opening prayer was given by Mrs. Cordelia Wllhlte, the lesson IniighL bj> Mrs. I.loyd Stlck- inon and the closing prayer by Mrs. Murray Smart. Circle Two met. with Mrs. E. P. niomeyer with five present. Mrs. Charles Hny Newcomu gave the opening prayer with Mrs. El) Carson tho devotional. The lesson was (might by Mrs. K. p. Blomeyer. Circle Three met will) Mrs. H. I,. Chambers. There were eight present. Mrs. W. F. Copeland guve the openim; prayer anil Mrs. G. V. Daws the ravollonnl. A new book "Slewardshlp In The Life Of Women" was presented for study by Mrs. II. If. Brooks. Mrs. R. G. Cash closed the meeting with prayer. Mrs. c. 15. Johnson WHS hostess to Circle Pour with eight members present. The prayer and devotional were given by Mrs. Raymond Schmuck, Mrs. J. J. Cookslon taught the lesson and Mrs. Aulcn closed the meeting with prayer. There were six present with Mrs. E. P. Hal-din entertained Circle Five at her home Monday afternoon. The opening prayer and devotional were given by Mrs. M. C. Outlaw. The lesson was taught by Mrs. Walter Bishop anil the closing prayer given by Mrs. M. Ken* rite. Circle Six met with Mrs. R. W. Woolen with eight members present. Mrs. C. E. Parks ojieiied the meeting with prayer. Mrs. John Buchanan gave the devotional. The mission study and closing prayer were ,given by Mrs. W. J. Rogers. Mrs, Ney Hunt was hostess to Circle seven at which time Mrs. Gene Bartlctt gave the ilcvotlon- fil. Prayers were given by Mrs. o. J. Cliaslain anil Mrs. Tom W. Jnck- son. There were five members present for this group. WAR RATION BOOK NO. 3 nut TATK or orFicE or pRict ADMINISTRATION STUJ ..**!? RATION BOOK N0 ' 3 ID£ NTIFICATION STUB "< "" I AND ( NO. ron WAR RATION BOOK NO. PAGE THWSE . Three LittteTrihcesseg ~r>~-r,-1 -' .-£^,r.- Social Calendar WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs, M. S. Yatcs cnterlalninc the 400 Club. A.D.C. club meeting with Mrs. Jimmy Stevenson.- Mrs. j. p. Lent! will be hostess to the Town and Country Club. Temple Israel Sisterhood meeting. 8 o'clock, ivllh Mrs. Walter Rosentlml. P. E. O. Sisterhood will meet Wednesday, 10 a. m., at the Red Cross bandage room for surgical dressing work until 1 o'clock, when they will go to the home of Mrs. Aubrey Conwny for lunch and business session. Mrs. A. G. Hall entertaining the Wednesday Contract Club THURSDAY'S EVENTS Thursday Luncheon club meeting with Mrs. j. A. Leech. Triple Table club will meet with Mrs. w. B. Nally. Mrs. J. F. Lent! entertaining the Thursday Contract Club. Mrs. Sam Burns will be hostess to Club Eight. FRIDAY'S EVENTS P,Mn - Cllll) mccli "B with Mrs. Paul Byrum. I,.150.!X>5 Enrolled LOS ANGELES <UP) — The United Stale now enrolls more university students than all the rest of the nations of the world together, according to Dean Edwin A. Lee of the University of California. The present enrollment In the United States, he states, is l 350,905, or 470 per cent more than In 1900, Ducks, like aviators, fly In a V formation lo avoid each other's slip stream. Letter carrier, are .beginning to distribute these cards^' ;They can be filled out at once, but should not be mailed |before June 1. Book No. 3, which is a replacement book jwill be distributed by mall beginning late In June. Reversa • side of the application card has spaces for additional family •names. • Cards are pre-addressed to OPA mail centers' Regular letter postage—two or three cents—is required. Cut this diagram out and use it to guide you in filling out i iyour application card: V , ' B •) •Here's how to" fill, out your Ration Book No. 3 application card In : s.x cosy steps, (l) Tear off this stub and keep it. . (2) Head In-' ^uct,o ns carefully (3) Type or print plainly. Your ration book' will be mailed to the address you give. . (4) Head of. family nils in here. (5) List all for whom book No. 3 is sought. • Note that' head of family repeats Ws name on first line. * » you need them I, more spjces^re^n^otherslde of card. (6) Applicant must sign here) At The Hospitab Walls Hospital Admitted: Mrs. Knle Plippo, Rt. 3. Mrs. Robert Wllllnms, Artnorel. Miss Jimmy Dec Brock, cily. Vclern Zills, Dell. Born to Scrgl. and Mrs. A. M. Kluzek, city, a daughter, born last night. Dismissed: Mrs. R. M. Jolliff, Mnnllit Blytlieville Hospital Admitlcrt: Mrs. Tom Brown, city. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Billy King, city, a son born this mornini' Dismissed: Mose Koontz, Luxorn. Mrs. Aaron Jnnies, Lilbonrn, Mo Ed Martin, city. Mrs. Alton Kifer, Hunter, Mo. Memphis Baptist lluspilul Admitted: Mrs. c. T. Lewis, Armorel. Gooch Infant Dies Tl>e baby daughter of Mr. nnd !o "S cl ' Visit. Mrs. Willie Goocli of Number Nine "" — ' conummlty wlio js'as dead at birth early tills morning was buried tlicrc this afternoon. Gobi) Funeral Home was in charge. Much Ton Fast PASADENA, Cal. (UP.) _ The air-plane made II iwssible for -KNiise Ann Klrby, a punlf in the Saluoii school in the Panama Canal Zone, to transfer lo the Madison School in (his city and start. In The current ratio of 3 lo 1 at which we are out-producing (he axis in aircraft Is expected to increase steadily. The Miracle In Permanent Waving! COF.D RAY, the modern, sclen- lt<Ic wave. No heat—No machines. Drop in for details. MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP 104 S. First Phone 25J2 Another New Style WHITE CALF "SLING- PUMP" 6 95 Perforated Vamp and hrcss lice]. W I=1-C iHii -«M , TOO/ Monday without having :lass. missed a Bits of News Mostly Penootd K. M. "Buddy" Turry who Is being inducted Into the armed forces, went to Memphis yesterday ourcuUi to Little liock. lo siienc! several hours wllh dipt, uiul Mr*. A. li. Wctenkiunp, who iiro viMtlng (here prior lo coining lo Ulylhevlllo from Itawell, N. M., where they will spuiul several days with Mrs. K. M. Terry nnd other relnllves nnd Friends. Second Ueilt. Stiinflll Cutchcon spent Ihe weokeild here with friends. Lieutenant Culelieon IK sttuloni'd at Ihe Ah 1 linsc at Smyr- nii. 'IVnn., niter complc-llng his as an tilhletlc director ill Mliinii. Mrs. Walter I.. Hnrd lias retinn- t'd to Mnlvcrn, Ark., ntler spending .several weeks here us Ihe iliiesls of liei 1 imronls, Mr. mid Mrs. U. S. lliaiison. William Ohamblln, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. 13. Cliinnlilln Ini.s iir- rivod for a short visit with his par- ems before onli'rlng Camii lleiuire- liiird, !«.. which Is an Induction [•Ciller. Pram there lie will f" to C'sinip Maxy, '1'exas, uti S. T. T. Cenler, where he- will lake special Iraniiil! and Inter go to a school In prc|>nrnllo!i for Ami) 1 work. Mis. W. K. 'hiylor iiiul iluiighlcr, Mrs. W. K. Taylor and daiijjli- er, Mui'lhn, htiVL- relnnied 'mm Mempliis, where they spent -he weekend us t!«esl.s ol Mrs. O, W. Hose and Mis. Marguerite lones. Ki'i'gl. .Icwclj Davis, who Is stn- -Icned at Cniiip llou/e, Tcxns, Ls spcpdlng a 15-day fiiiliuiBli with Ills wlfi; nnil children. Siindni Jo ind Rella Mac. A family reunion wns held Sunday at Walker Park. in his lionor. Sergeant Davis will In; iicconiiHinlcd lo his cinnp by his wife and children. Mrs. Vernon Osborn will go to Texas with Ihem to visit her husband who Is stationed ul Kelly Field. Mr. and Mrs. J. w. Bader of 1,11- boinn, Mo., spent yesterday in lilythcvllle. IM. Pnink Orlgsby returned to Fort Worth, Texas, yesterday after (.pending a furlough here, with his wife and other relatives. He was iiccuinpniiicil by Mm. Orlgsby who will reside there for the duration. Mr. nnd Mrs. Woortrow Fisher and children. Ronnie and Nila, 61 .iL'ffersuuvIlle, Ind., arrived yester- day'for a two ,weeks-.visit,-7wttli Mrs. Fisher's parents, Mr. and Mrs. James T. Brackin and Mr. Fisher's sister, Miss Francclln Fisher. Mrs. J. rnrris McCalla anil dnughtcr, Jenny Wren, Mrs. G. W. Dillnhunty, John Taylor, Linda Taylor and Adnm Tnylor spent Sunday In Dyersbiirg with relatives! John Taylor remained for a Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Hnrp left loday for Doming, N. M., lo Visit their son, Harry Rouse Harp, who will graduate Saturday . from an Army Air Forces bombardier school there. Lieut. .E. A. Old who is visiting Mrs. Old and other relatives here will leave tomorrow for Camp Custer, Mich., where he will enter n provost marshal .school. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Rivers of Elgin, Texas, arc spending a week with their .daughter, Mrs. Join Caudill and family. They wll leave Thursday for their home. Senior Class Night Planned At School Members ot Iho Senior Class of Iho Hlylhevllli! nigh school will IIUVB llii'lr iniiiiinl class flight, lo- nlght at Ihe nigh school uudltorl- iim, At Oils lime each member will bo Introduced 'mid i>s thiiy MO presented, n )in O f tliclr accomplishments will lio given. Several muMe.-.l numbers Included In Ihl.i will be plimo selection* by Hilly Sclnmick. Olt'ii Johnson will give several mmiljcrjj on tho violin n nil (lip high school trio, composed of MLss llolsy lluchnimii, Miss la- «mne lU'dmnn nnd Joyce 1 Wulls will sing. A skit from "Honeymoon House" a pluy pri-KCMilnl by the speaking clnss will conclude the When Loub> Thun, lire wardtn for- Skatnanla county, became 1U coun-' ty officials grew alarmed over the x prospect of replacing him,. IB'view.' of ;the miuipoww probta,. • , Then up stepped hi* -«-^Hir, Mrs 1 . Ted Lthmtn M Vnttttood, Mid wns s*<om )n tor th* job,' News Of WAACs," WAVES and SPARS Anx. First Clnss, jesso Cllenn Tomlln, [IniijjJiier or Mr. mid Mm, l.uelnn Tomlln of iiunlctle Is sln- Moni'd nt Commciri'. Texns, where sno Is '.liking an admlnlslrullvi) worse In Army wurk nt Ihn gust, Texiis Hlate 'ivnchors College. Moihtt'ifiltbi helps IHng'tiH mil ctntforf to expectant mothers. M OTHER'S FRIEND, »n extiulaltolypre- imrccl emollient, Is useful In all conditions where n ijinnd „„,„ , ispta jnallllRl 111 Jltill lul)f, »lreil, one condltlgn In for more tlinll 70 ycur« h» ii|ipikftt[oii for manful 111* lirfglnuic iicceiiurydlKoinfoVtVluTtod IlKlitiiCM. it rcfrc.ihei and •kin. An Ideal . 1 16 iiiinil), tiiiijiinTor tlona o( the dkl .- 0 I war, these ciimeio nt m liltlc homo lin. 0. c Swedish ncftr Stof uml-Ucsl of ""'''-""ly '» '•> coMllnmt of princesses Imvo uny smiles lor the kholm. , They ore Princesses Ulrgl - ' rcc. 5, 'dmujhlcrs of Prince CustDf miglilws of Klilfi Gusluv -. - . _ _ _ -. . ,„_. . ------- -Named WAAC Recruiter COOTE:n, Mo., Mny 2ft— Mrs. lj. E. Cooper of O'ootur lius ueen npiwliited local clvlllnn rcciullcr for (he WAAO's Shu was selected "Ueul. Hope Winy mid Corp. l/nbclh Heldenreich from Cnpe Irnrdcnn. Mra. Couper will have I papers and will Interview uny ic Interested In Joining tin: A AC. Announcing Opening of Memorial Park Cemetery Choice Lots Available For Inforniiition Cull Holt Funeral Home I'iionc 571 Wednesday Morning Opportunity We Now Have A Limited Quantity Of Our Famous PENCO SHEETS Limit 2 To A Customer! SORRY No Layawnya or Phone Orders as Quantity Will • Not Permit. i no united atntes urows tnoru inn 1,600,000 bushels of popcorn nuinlly. Women mho suffer SIMPLE K lick of blood-Iron mnkw you pnln, weak, "drnggc:! out"—try Lydln rink- lifttn'a TABLETS—otio or tlio befit mid cjulckMt liomo wnyo to liclp Inillil up Hit Mood to not more strength nud promote a tnoro vlgoroiin hloodatrcnm— In ouch coses. Plnkhniu'n Tnblcts nro ne of the (jroattst blood-Iron tOlllctl fou cau liuyl Follow InDcl Uircctlons. Divorces nlfccl more, llinn 100,01)0 clilhlrcii In Iho United Hlilte every your. Read Courier News vmnt nrt*. BINGO PARTY Legion Hut Thursday, Mny 27, 8 p.m. liy Junior C. of C. HKNIOFIT SOI,Dibits' OVKKHKAS CICA- KKTl'K FUND. Admission 35c M'NWOOD, Cal, (U.!>.) _ Till- Assoclnllon of iRoculnr Uapllst. lmrchcs of Ciillfornln went 5U-50 with thu Administration, It uminl- nously volnl lo .support, it lo llio filer In ils wiir policy, but deplored with e<]Unl unnuiinliy \\ & mllure to unit lh(! Ucnior baslness. ROXY Btrpln Nljht Evrry Nlfht Kir*!* Stturday. Box Office Opcn.i 0:4! Show Starts 7:00 Shows H.I. ui ftu. Tuesrlny & Wednesday A RIPOBIIC PICTURE Si'lrclril Slinrts Mother's Friend Hljl.lx iinilncil by uior« mtny n.r.«, ; U ,l ,,k ,hy Jru.lrUt l tfldiil— Iho «V!n ft/ .t T Contmwui Sh«wi Every Day Box Office UprnU lUl Show Starts 1:0* LISTEN TO I k.m. • lt:45 BJI Tuesday & W«dnw(dky, ,-MiBRRRVIAORt I VAN IOHNSOK RICHARD Qlll"! „„. Susan PETERS Btlectfd Sliorl. First National Aids The War Effort Through Ration Banking Ever wonder what becomes of the ration coupons you turn in for the foods and other necessities you buy? Well, your storekeeper or dealer has a "Ration Account" at his bank. Here the coupons he receives are deposited to his credit. He draws "ration checks" against his account. His "balance" in ration coupons determines the quantity of merchandise he can buy to replenish his stocks of rationed i.tems. . This bank service relieves the already burdened ration boards of a complicated job for which they are not mechanically equipped, and enables your dealer to serve YOU better. RATION BANKING it another evidence of the manner in which America's Banks are going "all out" in the nation's total war effort. THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK is gladly doing its share. THE FIRST NATIONAL BAXR IN.BLYJHEVILLE* MKMHER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION The Only National Bank hi Mississippi County

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