The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 26, 1943 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 26, 1943
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fAO»TWO BLinusvlLLE (ABK.) OOUBIBE NEWS j. Daniel L. Hohman ^ _ , _„ . V^\» J K l\.j | ^ I J A" I "1_A I Will WedMaviyand Girl ^000 War Savings »d d ±! Mark .'In Campaign Maj. Daniel I, surgeon at Aimy last Summer, Is to marry Miss Elhel Catherine McCavdell of Hog- erst own, Md. Announcement of the engage Announcement of Ihe engage- >"""•"> "' me uonner News ilnr- me'nt, which Is of wide interest lllg tno l )nsl month In » nalion- hcre, was made today by Mr. and wl(le l u 'Wflm for newsboys lo 115- Mis. Thomas E. McCardell of Kng- stst m " le war effort, irslown, parents of the brlde-olccl. wit1 ' ll 'ls quoin assigned Miss McCardell is a graduate of lv Im n -six-month period, University of Maryland, Baltimore, "Wlar canlers nnd 19 here, was made today by Mr. and * KIC l> Mis. Thomas E. McCardell of Kng- s!st m " le w»r effort. With Ihls quoin assigned month"' tlic l!l subsll- nre attempting lo exceed llie quota.each lime with Ixrth Blyilie- vllle and oiil of town carriers "par- llclpatliii?. The Newsboys enrrv 10 ecu I stamps for sale at nil I lines 'and also inko orders lav War Bonds, which they deliver as llu-y disliib- utt' the Courier News. In milking (his record, five of the carriers became eligible for Uie first merit badge; live for Hie .second badge, and five for the silver inr. As n reward for cxccrtllni; the Ml In Hie month, Hie ncws- boy.s were allowed ycslcrday nfler- 10011 to lour lh e Blylhevllfe Army Air Field. How the money for slumps inul bonds Is spent was shown llicin is (Hey wntclii'd mechanics nt work University of Maryland, and recently graduated from the Johns Hopkins Hospital there. Major Hohman, son of Mr. and Mrs! A'. D. Hohman of McConnells- liurg, Pennn., received his B. S. and D. S. degrees from University of Pittsburgh. Their marriage will Inke place in Mny, , * * * AN'.V nillOIlT HAS EASTRK EGG HUNT Ann Brglht entertained 12 of her friends willi an Easier egg hunt yesterday nflernoon at her home. Games and contests were enjoyed during the afternoon. Two colored' baby chicks were presented to Nila Rose Hall for finding the most eggs. The hostess served all-day slickers ami cookies for refreshment,';, * * * P. K. O. CIMI'TEK I) T!) MEET WEDNESDAY Chapter D. of P. E O. Sisterhood will meet Wednesday, 0 o'clock at the ned Cross bandage room, Mrs. Marlon Williams will be hostess to Ihe group for lunch at I p. in. afler which lue remainder of the day will lie spent In surgical dressing work. Keeping Up With The Men In Service • Little F. Jackson, Marine from Blythcvlllc, Route Ihree. lias been promoted lo private first class. Privale Jackson is sewing somewhere In the South Pacific. - Pvt. Eugene Powell stationed at Camp Barkley, Texas has written lidine that he .expects u transfer to n station in Pennsylvania where he will serve as a truck driver. ~ Cadet John Charles Bright, sta- Honed at Santa Ana, Calif., used his first pay elicck to purchase a $100 War Bond. --.. Sei-gt. Gcrnld Cliafln, stationed at ..JinkcriFieljl, ,Ok,la.,^s spending his :furlough with fills'- pareiits, Mr. and ^frs. Razzie Chann of I.ux- ora. Prior to entering the Army, Sergeant Challn assisted his father in fanning and was not a book' keeper as was staled yeslcrdny in Ihe Courier News. Pvl. Vernon Sawyer, who is sta- lionert at Fort Bcnning, Ga., Is spuidlng n 10-day furlough with his mother, Mrs. Annie Mne Sawyer, and his wife, the former IVUss Vernell Austin. . Cpl. Roy Cecil Austin, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Austin, has recently been transferred lo Camp Stewart, .Ga. J. D. Htilcherson has returned to San Diego, \vhere he is atlcnding Brown. Naval training school. He has been j .---o -.~..~v*i. AH. iiua utcll -.,**., LJLIIL1U1U J31K]IL(.* spending a furlough tit llie home ess lo Double O Club, of his parents, Mr. and IVfrs. Babe -----•• Hutchersoii. i Girl Scout News A meeting of members of the Lone Troop Association of Girl Scouts will be held tonight, 7-30 o'clock, at Ihe home of Mrs. Glenn Ladd, It was announced today. j Ml .members arc urged to attend it was said. Carriers Exceed More lhan $2000 worlli of Win Bonds and stamps were sold by •aiders of (he courier News on airplane, two of which were icing repaired nflcr hai'ing (iiadc duelings wllli thdr wheels up; they saw new engines beini; assembled for replacement installation and they saw other ncllrllic.s of the advanced twin-engine bomber school which turns out a lurgc lumber of graduates each monlh. They were .shown Ihroirgli Die )asc by First IJeul. Geolfrey \Vil- oughby, public relations director, assisted . by Second Llcul. Harold iV. Luker, engineering ollicer of tlie subdcpol. Mrs. Geraldlnc Davis, circulation manager of Courier lews, Is In charge of program for Ihis newspaper which' is lieing carried, out along the same lines ised by other newspapers throughout the country. News Of WAACs, WAVES and SPARS Auxiliary Lela Alice Acree, of anila has completed basic training at the First Women's Army Auxiliary Corps Training Center, fort DCS Moines, Iowa, and has Jeen selected for specialist training In Bakers and Cooks School. Auxiliary Katherine T. Broom of Manila, Ark , has begun training at Branch B of the Fifth Women's Auxiliary Corjja training cenler, Camp Monlicollo, Ark. Bit* of Pcnonal 'A:- S. Hiirley Wins Wings, Commission. Alfred S. Hurley of isiyihevill? was unuluatcd April i!Sth from the Columbus, Miss., flying school. He received his silver wings of the military pilot tuul lite commission as a second lieutenant in the Army Air Forces. Social Calendar TUESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Dtxlc Crawford entertaining Tuesday Bridge Club. 400 Club meeting with Mrs. '1'nt Mrs. Snnfonl Boone will be liosl- Mrs. Joe l>. I'rlclo Jr.,' spent (he week end In Piedmont, Mo., with hej- p.'irpnt.'i. I'vt. and Mrs. li. F. Ony went lo ISrljiJfli-y, Ark., Sunday to spend Uvo days with Mr. uiul Mrs. Allen Hmkili-Mon and' fnmlly prior lu Ills ri'lunilnij to Ills station nt Waco, Texas. Private Gay has Ijoen :i|>cmlliiK « two weeks furlough here with Ills family, while .rccup- utliitt from an appendectomy. Mrs. Thomas Moore who has been milking her home \v!th Mr, Moiirc'.s parents, Mr. and Mrs. V). Moore of Promised I,anil. will leave soon lo make iicr home In Wtuilt., licr h.'mb.ind LI in the Navy. .Joe livr.ird returned to Arkansas University «t FayeUevllle, Uidny after spending Hie Easier holidays with liis parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Kvriird. Pfc. nan Miller of I'nlcr.son, N. ,f., is spendliijf a 10-day furlough here with his wife nnd Imliy son. i?. Kn roulo home he vvus joined In .St. Louis by his twin ui'Otlior, Olive. Private Miller nnd ills family with his brother spoil Easter in Lenchvillc with Ihelr father, Dave Miller tit'., and their .sister. Miss Kullicrino Millers Max 'Harrison relumed to lleiulrb: College, Conwny, after spending the Easter holidays with Ills parents, Mr. ami Mrs. Zal li. Harrison, Mr. and Mrs. , Aubrey Conwny .spent. Fluster with Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey White ami family near Osceola. Mr. and Mrs, diaries Wilson of MnyflcUI. Ky., Mrs. Ethel 'Onlnes, Mrs. .Inmes Sholar, Miss Mary Evelyn nilliird and Miss Mildred Dlllnrd of Hopkhi.sville, Ky.,. spent Easter with Mr. and Mrs. J. Nick Thojnjis juid olhcr relatives. Miss Nelle Lee Dorrali of Ca- rulhcr.sville, Mo., spent. Friday with Her sisler-ln-liw, Mrs.' Belle Wood, who also hail us a guesl her niece. Miss Virginia Belli! Eastwood of Uariithersvllle. Mr. and Mrs. David Carton of Matron, Mo., spent the weekend iciL 1 as i'.nesLs 'of Mrs. Barton's parents, Mr. mid Mrs. W. M. Burns. Mrs. J. 1). Pettite of Richmond. Va., arrived yesterday to make her :iome nl 120 Ooiigan. Sergl. 1'et- ,tc Is stationed at the iilylhcvtllc Army Air Field. O. O. Uiirdmvay has returned rom Memphis and Marvell, Ark., where lie ntlended to business. Miss Barbara and ,loe Bruce Jr.. of Memphis spent Hie week end here with their aura and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. H. C, Pnllon Jr. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Pnrllow spent yesterday in Faragould \vilh Mr. 1'artlow's nurcnls, Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Parllow. Ann Vollmer or Memphis spent the weekend here us yuest of her cousin. Donna Wtinderlich. Mrs. C. E. Hefner of Little Hock. tale councillor and past slate chairman of the Arkansas Democratic Women's Club, was In Bly- Ihcvlllc Saturday In the interest of the nemocralte women's organisa- tion. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Councillc ••pent I he weekend in Warren, " ' ~ *J "•>•'• iyilUJLV> l\ Clark. I'rlvale Joplin's home Is i, "larulliprsvlllo, Mo. I/iuls Greene, son of Mrs itldine Mallhews Greene, went nn emergency operation -W; 0. W. Meets Tuesday Woodmen of Ihe World will meet Tuesday night g O ' c i ock for [iriu nnd lodge. This meeting will be in preparation for Ihe visit of Ihe president, Farrnr Newberry who Kill come here next monlh. We CARD OF THANKS wish lo extend our thanks s to those who worked so fnilhfullv liming Ihe illness of our beloved son and brother, John Philip Huls- Jnan Especially do we thank Dr V. o. McLean. Nurse Mnjgle John- fon and Nurse Mrs. E. V. Walls. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hulsmnn Mildred. Marcelle and Murrell Hulsman Harry, Leon and Louie Hulsman. O. N B. Club meeting- with Mrs. Stella Davis. Mrs. Bob Givynn entertaining Ocla Bridge Club. Langc School Parent Teachers Assoclallon will meet, 3 o'clock. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Wednesday Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. R. L. Stockctl. Mrs. Floyd rrhnrp enlcrtaininB Tlirec Table Club. A. D. C. Club will meet with Mrs Eibert Huffman. Mrs. Halite Potler will lie hostess to Wednesday Contract Club Chapter D. p. E. o. sisterhood meeting for lunch with Mrs. Marion Williams Mrs. j. c. Ellis entertaining Town and Country Club THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. A R, jiiintlcy will entertain Fortnightly club. Thursday Luncheon Club meeting with Mrs. Russell Phillips. Airs. Walter Pope will be hostess to the Mid Week club " lccl wlth Mra - NO ASPIRIN FASTER w w ?T inc> p " rc Sl - Josct)h As P'ri'>. Vlorld 5 largest M lfcr al lOf. None safer, none surer. Demand St. Jo*,,!, Aspiria Ark., us guest of Mr. Councille's parcnls. Capt. w. J. Pollard of Detroit Midi., arrived Saturday afternoon' to Join Mrs. 1'ollard who has bee vlslllnf here for two weeks Thov will return home Friday, uccom punied by Mrs. Robert Porter who mine with Mrs. Pollard to visit ho- parents, Mr. mid M, A. Lynch. " Pvl. S, R. Joplln of Linan«o Per. I(ep. Penn,, spcnl yesior Camthersville Couple Married In California CAliU'I'HKRSVlLLE, Mo., April H(i,—Announcement has been nmde here of Iho marriage of Lieut w V. Robinson jr., of this city and Sacramento, Calif., and Miss Gaylc Norincnt, of Oils city, the ccn;- jnony being performed In Sacramento April 15th, wltli the Rev Jiisllji FolJett, pnslor of the C'en. tral Melhodlst Church there, reading the double ring ceremony, Joels for study this year coming under the broader tllle of "The Christian Witness In Today's World." Miss Nelle Lee Dorroh gave Ihe devotional and others assisting were Mrs. 1/iuis Meyer, Miss Gladvs Nichols, Mrs. S. C. Stcphan. Mrs J, E. Green. Mrs Loon Flippeii a«<l Mrs. William Acuff. Mrs. Ray Blackford gave an inlercsllng (alk on Comiiiiinlly Missions. The mciits. hoslesses served rcfrcsh- of his mini, Mrs. .James 13 ' t!ic Robinson. liolh young people attended (he loc/il schools and are members of prominent and well known families In this section. They ivlll re- ''- side in Sncrnmctito for the nest today Is very good. Mr.s. R 13, Thoiiins la at Willis Ho.spilal after liaving been .stricken wllh : malaria. AbiR-r Ashcrafl jr., O f Cooler Mo,, wns the weekend iniest, of Carl Davis.,Jr. I'vL. Joseph Donald Grcenwel) .stationed at Forl Knox, Ky., spent the Fluster holidays with Ijls pnr- enlK, Mr, ami Mrs. Paul Greenwell At The Hospitals lilydirvllh- Moq)il ; i| Admltlfd— Louis Greene, cily. Mrs, Carl Martin,' dly. Mrs. Wliliur ( Kt. 1, city Horn tills morning lo Mr and Mrs. Andrew Self, nt. I. a son. - Wulls llnspllnl Admitted- Mrs. !•;. B. Thomns, city. Mrs. L. D. Anderson, Hteele, Mo followed. Mrs. L. E. Uakcr, city. Mrs. I,. E. Martin, cily. Mrs. T. ,1. Price, city. Mrs. j. W. Wnestcr, Gosnclt Jesse Wagster, Gosnell. Dismissed— Mrs. J. D. Nabers, cily. Mrs. Norman Tole and baby Stccle, MO. Nora Hell Sinilh, steele. Mo. Mrs. Leon Slilwell, Essex, Mo. Promised Land News Woman's Society of Christian Service of Promised Land Method- Is I Clmrcli. met Friday afternoon nt the homo of Mrs. Starling Young. The 18 present heard Mrs. Marcus Dailies leach Ihe lesson mid give the devotional. A handkerchief shower was given for Mrs. Thomas Moore who will leave soon for her home in Seattle. A sandwich plate and iced drinks were .served by flic hostess. >.. Lenn H. Moore Wins Whiffs, Comtmssioti Another young Ltlylheville airmail lias won the coveted silver wines of the military pilot. He Is l.ieul. Lcnn !!. Moore, son of Dr. and Mrs. L. jr. Moore of Blytlie- villc. Lieutenant Moore was awarded his wings and commission ibis week with other members- of (lie graduating class at Bliickland Fii'ld, Waco, Texas. > Before he receives actual com- bal assignment lie will receive additional instruction at a jwst- graduatc flying school in the ty. )c of bombing o,- riglil|ng plane he will use Inter. AVOID IMPJIOfrt IIUOKNG NS^F.. WWSilS iifeft:;; MUST BE CONSERVED U«e ii,too, to clcflii rm,\ disinfect 1. Wnsli will, miniimim nibbing kilcllcD ' to''"- 'it your grocer's. nmlnlnchine.i£ilalion. .„„ . fzi t ,ir, . '""" K " C««h.llH J3L J.. ^liiicn snfcly W ill, P,, re j, ».««.c.nll.i,!,„,„, .f!<* lllC only tlcjcl, , 1U( | 0 l, y | n|r;x . ; (^^*. Ill Process. Used na dircclol, BUDE^F _, , ^..^.j ,, a UII^CK;!], Icl9 Jineii3 ttist full lifetime. OISINFICTAMI . BtfACH -ClIANStR Opens Saturday, May THE GREAT SUTTON SHOWS Across From Blythevilk- Laundry Benefit Of Company K—Arkansas Guard Rides--Shows Clean Concessions $25 WAR BOND -.Given Away Every Evening! ••••i^^—^^-^^^^— ^^— Don't Let Wash Day Interfere With YOUR VICTORY GARDEN VWorv'"^^ ( ° '"i 1 !l hCaVy WCCk ' s Wllsl1 i " t «'"«' "ill, , >ielor> Gardening wtirn you (real yonrsc-lf („ ;l I0 .-' i\ash(lay . . . the Laundry way 1 Merely colled vcnr 11 • :««r drivrr »lll pick (hem i,n mi his iVgtbr ionic Ymi"-?" M.r f ,I of salisf.clory laundry service when ,vo ,J 0 \, 1P <)»1>- s.ife rle.mlrii; iw-lliods are used In £<•( fraRilr grimy , it,. Nl WA LAUNDRY^lfANEM PHONE 474 — BLYTHEVIUE.ARK allended by Miss Cynlhla ftobin- son of tills city, sister of the bridegroom, who was attended by i.leiit. John J. Etniis of Iowa, who Is sta'- llaned at, Mather Field with the whilc Is Cai'iitliersville Soc iet) 1 —Personal MUS. HliUCE EN'I'EHTAINK Mrs. Cliiude iiruce (.nlertahied Moncliiy evcninii for l(i members of (lie Dorcas Cluss of the liaplust Church. Mrs. M. P. Maxey of Ilayti, a lormer niomlier of the class, was II RIM'Sl. Tile devotional period wa.s presided over by Mrs. Kowler and Ihi.s ,vas followed by u .short business iieetini;. The, proaram was in :h»rgc of Mrs. clias. Uorroli mid ;hc reviewed "Tlic Kobe". 'Hie hostess .served refreshmeiils during a .short .social period th'at W. M. V. MEETS The two circles of (he Baptist Missionary Society met, Wednesday fternoon ;il the church for their egular meeting-. The program was in charge of Mrs. 11. 11. Brown and she completed the .study of Ihe book, "Community Missions". * * » I'AST 'MATRONS MKKT Mrs. F. H. Blomeyer, assisted by Mrs. C. G. SheparO and Mrs. J. W. Davis entertained at dinner for 18 members of the Past Matrons Club Monday evening at Ihe Blomeyer home. A two course dinner was served buffet style, with guests at small tables in the living room. Following dinner Mrs. Lctty Nceley, president, presided during a short business session. Mrs. Mona Helm directed games, nnd prizes went lo Mrs. Ernest A. Long nnd Mrs. H. M. Pierce. 'Hie club voted tt> send a gift to one of their mcmbers.Mrs. Sidney Lee of St. Louis. Mo., the former Gertrude Hudspeth. Birthday gifts .were presented to Mrs. .If. H. Brown and Mrs Ernest MI.SSION'AKY OIRCTE MEETS Mrs. J. E. Gresn and Mrs. Clyde Bailey were hostesses lo lhe Unn Roberts Lawrence Circle of lhe Baplist Missionary Society Monday Davis. There were 18 member.') present,. MLss -Mary Fra/ell had charge of lhe program laken from Hoyal Service entitled "The Individual Witness." one of a series of sub- | INFOUMAI, 11ECKPTION Mrs. T. J. Collins entertained The bride, the daughter of Mrs „ Mls - T - •'• C ol 'i"s entertained Margaret Under of Hits cily, was f lllld!l y afternoon nnd evening allended by Miss Cynlhla ftobln- ,' 5 to 0::io "'^wk with an in-- „ ,., ^ ,,^..,,._ J . 11 1 L| | Ull ill- formal reccpllon honoring her son Tom Collins and his wife, Ihe former Mary C. Powell of Haylt, Some SO mends called during these hours. Misses Dorolhy Earle Petty and Mnrlnn Riiukin -presided at 'be tea table and Ihe' hostess was further assisted by Mrs. Mary ic Clark of niythcvllle, Ark., and Mrs I 1 '. B. .Petty, Mrs. Harry Jfidgley, Mrs. Ernesl Wilks, nnd Misses Hattic Lewis and Floyd Roberts. A red. while and blue color scheme was carried out In the table , - -- - ............ ... .....-, decoralions. I been in Sacramento, Calif., for the Young (jollins was home on leave " list ""' f;( ' weeks, where she went ' ' Miss rfnylor screed a salad following (he games. * '* i Miss June Wilks is spending this week at Rlptey, Tenn, as Die guest of lu<r. brother, IJeiit, RaybiWn Wilks and wife. Floyd Wilks is in a Memphis hospital and his brother, Robert Wilts, went down Monday to spend Die day with him. Mrs. J. W. Tiplon spent Wednesday In Cape Oirardeau, Mo., where -she visited with her daughter Mrs Aubrey Wratlier and young son Hilly Tiplon. Mr. Wralher accompanied Mrs, Tiplon mid (hey brought Mrs. Wrnther and bnbv to her home in Porta&jcvllle, Mo., ihal evening. Misfi Cynlhla Robinson relumed •Jhursday monilDfr from .Sacramento, Calif., where she had gone to iitlend the wedding- of her brother. Lieut. W. V. Robinson Jr Ml«s liohlnson stopped j u spi-ing- W. O.- Clevidcnce left Wcdnesdnv morning for Mobile, Ala., where thcy will visit with Mr. and MrY Randall Mead. Mrs. Jessie Davis left Tuesday . for her home in Jackson, , after spending two weeks in home of her .sister, Tcnn ' Graham. ./. li. W Ward Mcfnlosh, a brother of Airs '. n. Teroy of this city, passed away Monday at his home in Poi-. lagcville. Pfc. and Mrs. H. n. mghfill of Camp Campbell, Ky.. and Ullle Rock Ark., visited her brolher Lloyd Rogers, and Mrs. Hogers here a few hours Tuesday Do You Suffer With ' COLON TROUBLES? (.'ausfs—Eircols—Tiealmrnl ' ToJil in I'Ulii: HOOK Are you bothered with Htomsch fit-Id, Mo., where she visited witli ''<»>, Piles ML«S llttly liobinson and also in ,St. I-oilis, Mo. Mrs. Margaret Under, who !n from the Navy Yard Ho.spilal at Charleston, S. C., nnd Mrs. Collins joined him here. * * • lo "' '''"<' lljp «'«ldlng of her 'l^mhter, Miss Oayle Norincnt, is nxiiectcd homo this \vet|- e 1K l ,She .stopiird en route at Cheyenne I Wyo . to visit with Mrs. jack llopke IIIBII scon: aim was given n novelty >»i:"""•"•'»", iinm-neti Mondiiy nf- Ia|icl pin. Mrs. Leon Scott rookoed (er s l !1 ' mlm iC several days In flanni- for an apron and lhe guest prize i I)|U - ^°" ""-'"lint' sessions of the dastiiig iKjH'tlcr, ivenl lo Mrs. |) c - Sllitl - »• ••""' ''. W. Convention T"<l I Mrs. Vorne Forcum of Uver.sbure •IVnn.. i-r-lnriiMl to her home'early Mrs. Ad.-ini.s .served cold drinks and candies, and other refreshments including .sajiilwielie.-, ,-imt -TOU.Y NINE CLUIl KNTElt'i'AINKI) MLss Swan Naylov wn.s hostess to lhe Jolly Nine Club and an extra table of guests Monday evening. Guests were Mrs. Jessie Davis of Jacfcon. Tcnn., Mrs. Wyniaii Dlllman. Mrs. R. W. Hawkins and Mrs. H.'irry EJiins. •Mrs. Maud Green held high score Mrs. n. c. Dent was second high find tlic guest prize went to Mrs. Eking. War Stamps were given ,-i.s- ----- ..v. ,,,/JIJL Laiiv (Ins week after .spending several days here with her mother, Mrs H. H. 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