The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 27, 1943 · Page 10
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 27, 1943
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BLYTI1EVIL.LE (ARK.)' COURIER NflWS •FIKST. BAPTIST CIRCLES 1 1LS1I-KUAY (.„ jWoiiflii's Millenary Unloi ot 'First Baptist "Church met, in cities at (he following homes yes- taday afternoon After devotlonals anil "mission study tlie hostesses £ejrixi refresh men ts. Circle One met with Miss Cordelia- Wllhite, there "were nine mt-iiibers and one visitor present. MIS. * Cecil Wrolen opened the session wlih prayer, after which Mrs. C.<E. Edds gave the devotional. Jlie mission slud\ was taught by Mfs,. Lloyd'Stlckmon and Mrs. T. ~» .Losan closed the'meeting with prayer. ' ' - Jlis O M. Morgan was hostess to.Circle Two. with seven members aiW .two visitors present. Mrs. - E. F. Blomeyer gave the op^iijw? prayer and also [might ihe mission slurtj' the topic was: "Slovr- irdshii) 111 the Ule of Women." Pruyer was said by Mrs. Ed Carson in,clawing Circle Three met at the. home or Mfs. If.'-H. Brooks with six mem- bcu pifscnt The mission study wvjfnighl by Mis Eveietl, Rene- til itiij pia>ers were said by Mrs. O.-V, Daws and Mrs. Fred Copo- lanil. Circle Four met with Mrs. J. J. Conf-slji! ('hire luie eight •• bcrsi present and one visitor. Mrs. C. E. .Johnston gave the nine;.-prayer after which Mrs. >• .."Woods' taught tlie mission MUdy - and Mrs. >II. U. Schmuck ctaul-Uie meeting with prayer. Ihf re -were -nine members and foijr visitors• present when Mrs. M. C.i Outlaw .entertained Circle Five atjher-honic. A devotional was given by Mr.s. C.' M. McDcnnott. (he opening prayer by Mrs, J. E McFall. inls- "ion slud\ Ij MIS Walter Bishop, aiy closlf— -•"- " CHmriictt to Cuc)e Six \ 1th eight members and five visitors. Mrs. Charles Rny Kcncoinb r\\e the devotional ami also the opening piayer. The. mission stud) ivns taught by Hoy , closing prayer by 'Mrs W. A. ett. John H Pas ne was hostess offcied , G R Robeilson and prayers Mrs D. R. Shepherd . ami -Mrs: John Payne. lilYS a M Hood was hostess to Circle Seven wHIi eight members •HvJ ifl.10 vjsitoi the opening prayer \ris BUOII us Mrs O. J. Chastaln, the rtcfotioni! Mrs. Ney Hunt. r R Jncksoji offered prayer Women in the News Girls Can Fight Grass Fires Rut Filmy Clothing Is Taboo Girls who play with fire must dressloY the part. That's an order from His Hoiior. tlie Mayor of Klnnelon, K. J. For it seems the young ladies of Khmelon liavi- liirnod out la r..,,. «™« Ilros in filmy c iotl,es. And ll,e mayo,-, ufrai.i ,|,e tna \ K will ),, as (erupting (o (lie names as Hie dry Some time ngo, when Hie Armed Forces and defense plants .sifted the ranks of local volii firemen, lhc girls stepped n, ... help out. They rartncd a women's auxiliary, which so fin- has only handled crass fires, lint tin- time may come when they'll have to cope with burning barns anil buildings—and the mayor docs'Jit want their occupational Imards In lie any greater lliaji necessary. "r shall not Insist on rubber coats ami hip boots," lie says, "lint so tliat there will be less" .Mil- J . . iiHfor J " sl I" 1 " 11 """"'I miiiern .shol.s of in to lhc lk '»tcnunt in some of hl.s - poim.s. Ills fnce may lx> red aljciut In.s rolo, as ulamonr hoy. nm ), 0 til III say:; the a lili an> doing u v;on . dcrlul wnr job and haven't had one (runic accidenl since they wen November. liimtls In tlui Hnwcry Tlicrc'.s nnotlici 1 crew of girls ,| 0 . Bit« of News Mostly Pcnooal of (he ladies catching fire, tliry must nt least wrfir overalls." Tliese Wear Overalls Out In Chicago, 111,, !])»••" 28 girls who have taken I,, overalls ns though they )iml been jorn in them. They've also taken to masculine Jmblts like (ruck driving and poker playing-- but they draw the line !,i shouting craps. ft alni ladylike," nnc of them are all drivlni: The 28 vork. .nicks for the Sixth Service Com- nand. They (ire not only drive the .nicks, but caic for them. So tliat changing llres, .denning motors and washing down their meclia- mouuts is all In ,thc dny's And apparently one (lays work or the girls equalled two or three or the men whose jobs they've taken. Ueul. Raymond Noln—in charge of this corns of civil service work- crs.—says Iliey'll slop at nothing. Once they've gotten their trucks ill shlued up they start on the jnrage. Tlicy'll bo polishing must pipes next, he says. The lieutenant, incidentally, _, chief pin-up man for tlie driver- iii(! war Job deluxe In York's famous bowery. New t|| C y _.,,.,.«_,, * i/i nit; v spend their days peddling bonds in tills shabby district/ once known for its ornate theatres, jia.shy wo- •"(•II and Diamond Jitn lirady. Till! ghost of Dl.iiiKuiil ,/| tn , s (m walks these crooked streets. Pur part til (lie bowery Is nosv the center- of the fabulous diamond business. Priceless jewels and llimis- und dollar bills arc tossed ubniit like - confetti. And inlerceplint; imlli> ; bills. They are members of (he American Women's Voluntary Services bond selling group. Ami when the country reaches the April war loan goal of 13 billion dollars, th,; girls will have had a lot to do with the girls are few of those All diamond .selling tramticllans are made In cash. Thus the girls lire iiectirtanccl lo walking into :i dealer's shop and have him buy n bond with a $101)0 bill. Tlie average sales per day jive about $MUO. nut Mrs. May Sllpe smashed all records recently In one .of history's examples of (he persuasiveness of womankind. Mrs. Stipe mild and soft spoken ex- with no symptoms of the high pressure salesman at all—sold $13,500 worth of bonds in one day. The next day she stopper! to buy a circus ticket oil her way home— '^ia j IT. jucKsuji ojicieu prayer ., •..»•• .\n m^ UI»IL- m^ HC.M uiiy sue siuppcn lo ony prcccihnc Jv»i mission study lesson , s • T llc Garage walls are cover- a circus licket oii her way home— {Mrs Dojle Hcndeison closed (lie . wll ' Y P lct "''CK of him riding In and sold $1500 ivorlli nf bonds (o Meeting with prayer. W*- inspecting his corps, and the mnn next to her in line. •• •*•«,• •• \\OMKN HI VU Ml<,$ JUf'NER. ?-Mlsx jwinnle Virgil Turner was the nimUrril speakerjor the Wom- 1111, ^jctelj ot ChHstiaii Service of the First Methodist Church, yien lhe\ met at Ihe churcli ycs- terdij afternoon >A!lw Tuinci was introduced by Sis W L lioinir lender tor Ihe tjp\ ^and u«cd as ! -Ii6r, subject, £ icc Rehtlons laken from the t two (.liaptcn ot the mission ^fridj bqok Planning For Pence." ^Jas Hciner opened Llie ineeLiiig YJfth .prayer nijit gave (he dcvo- tirnal Jriie *• mission study chairman, •\|i G W Pjles served rcfresh- nfinis it (he clnse of the session. °iic, w« assisted bj Mrs. W. J. pol- 1^-<1 and Mis. F. E.. Black. , ....... , ..... „,.,; llll; ,„ yuuills ftnlioned at Inilio. Calif., has been under 18 years of n«c who valun- • " ..... . ., trniKferred lo Staten. New York. Corp. Cleo U Hooker, son of Mr. and Mr.s. Nniliiiu B. 3 looker of Leachville. Ims reported lo Hie Air Depot Training Center at Will Roger.s field, Okla. Before entering service in August, Corporal Hooker operated a service station in lilylheville. OR011P MEETS UJITH MKS \RCHER. yrhc topic for study was "Incli- vWtiai Witnesses" when (lie Wom"ii s Missionarj Union of Calvary .-3 ^ptrTCInircrilhel at the home of j-- y*rs C>o W Archer M" \y K Hanna tiumht th e iDJson to the eight members prts- cijf /The benediction was snld by Mrs Beulah Llojd \ ' ' • KISSEII, HAS TKRCr QUADS (IllB. Mrs fiirncr Kissell entertained , the. Tluee Quads Club last night with Mrs Marshal! Blackard and *- Mrs Jimmj Terrell ns (;itesL5. nas nninlcd . (o Mrs Corp. Charles Itcnloy, son of Mrs. Jesse Province, who has been Ark., Hbert Huffman. Mrs. Hattie Potter 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. v Mis. P. E. Block and Mrs Roy Harper entertaining bridge party in honor of Mrs. W. ,J. Pollard nnd Mrs. Robert Porter. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. A E. iiimtley will entertain Fortnightly Club. Thursday Luncheon Club meeting with Mrs. Busscll Phillips. Mrs. Waller Pope will be hostess to the Mid Week Club. . . " flowers were used through- the rooms \\hcrc the guests and cold dr illks SATURDAY'S EVENTS of .American versity Women mecling Sal Uni- m € Ibi evening. * * • I-UNCIIEQN PARTY HOJiQJjg MRS PAUL Mr and Mrs E C. Iiunnfi en- lerttmed with -\ luncheon party Sifnd-w in honor of Mrs. Inman's si-Jer »S&s_I ucllle Paul of Mem- Gu-sls-for this affair were Corp "ml Mrs Louis Cable, Mrs. Jean Hsjncy, Corp Harry Victor and Corp. Gene Husby, Corporal and Mrs Cable have re- cehtly returned from a 10-day furlough spuit m points of Indiana nnd lllfndls •> « * « " I.AK«.-S*KFKT GROUP MEETS-YESTERDAY Jhp topic for study ot the Lake fhftf) Womaivs Society of Christian Service >cslerday aTternoon was How To Pras This was led by MrtOBate sturdy who also gave llie jlevutional Tlie 20^members and one visitor "anp, Ati Evening Prayer" in keeping }»ilh. the thought of the mLs- slonajy lesson Prayers were said by Mrs Gcorre Stllv,sli and Mrs Maggie Cole. Durln^Hlie buslnass session pre .'''^OjSi b > M'''- W. L. Green, the gj^p made plans to assist the pastor In the revlia! now in nroe- ress at the church. A breakfast shower was presented to £he pastor, the Rev. Bates Sturdy nnd Mrs Sturdy. Social Calendar 1 WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Wednesday Bridge Club meeting with Mrs R t Stockett. Mrs Flojd flliatp entertaining TlHec TaCl e Club A, D c Club ulll meet with Mrs .sses. At The Hospitals nlytlievllle Admitted- Miss Maxine Wealhcrtord, Manila Mls.s Alen? Jolliff. Manila Carrol] Boytl, city '!'. C. Mayfield. Hnyll, Xfo ^? r " h ? 1 nlgln lo !llr - a ' ul Mrs - ilbur uloiisc, Rt. 1, city, a son. Born (his morning lo Mr. and Mrs. Curl Martin, city, a laughter. Walls Hospital Admitted— Born yesterday lo Lieut, nnrt Mrs. T. J. price, city, n son. C. C. Croncy, Lu.vora. T. W Pentecost, Rt, ], C llv. Mrs. c. L. Nnbrrs, city Dtsmtssed— John Lilies, city. Rosemary Lutes! city Mrs j. W . wngstcr, bosncU. Jessie Wagster, Oosnell Will Crumley, Wilson. Memphis SI. Joseph's Hospital Admitted- Sarah Hartley, Joiner. Memphis Mclhodlst Hospital Admitted— S. E. Mnnor, Wilson. ^0 youlhs tartly enlisted In Die Nnvy Memphis lust weekr Cui'ii. Ciiarlcs BusscK, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. w. Lucy, has been promoted lo the rank n( sergeanl. Kergeant llassclt is stalioncd at Cump Maxey, Texas. Mrs. Uussell and son, Stephen, who arc making Ilieii' home in Port Clcnlon, Ohio, plan to visll him there next month. Mr. nnd Mrs. Tom Kakcstrav; of Luxorn, have received a V-mail letter from their son, Stuff Sergl. Jack RuRcstraw. announcing his safe arrival in North Africa. Sergeant Uakcslrav,' has been in lhc Army for more Ihan a year, and left the United Slates in March. Aviation Slmlent JohnHai-p, son of Mr. ami Mrs. 11. L. Harp, has been transferred from Slieppard Field, Texas, lo Dickinson College, Carlisle, I'cnn. T. C. Hawkins, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Hawkins is doing Held hospital work overseas. He has crossed the ncsan three times since Joining the Armed Forces, and ivliile in the Uiiiicd States look a four months medical course. We. Carlos Deal can lestify lo Ihe irtith of the saying that this if; a small world, for while he was iu clfis.s at El Paso. Texa Mahau. also of down tlie hall. Cpl. WilJiam C. Slcmnc has at sninn where In the Mrs. ./nmrs A. Overiiolser a daughter, Nnnnerl, left Friday night for a visit -tilth Mrs, Ovcr- holser's parents, Mr. ami Mrs. J. K. McSpadden In Houston. Texas. They went'down especially to he with Mrs. OvcrhoKev's brother, Lieut, (j.B.t Thomas McSpaildeJil who was In Houston on a brief Ic.ivo from lil.s- duties In lhc U. K. Navy. Mr. and Mrs. W. ii. Orawfonl, Mrs. John McDowell and ,;olm Jr., spent Kunday in Memphis wilh Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Ciinnhifjham, parents of Mrs. Crawford and Mr.s McDowell. Mrs. I,co McMurtry has returned from si, l-oitls, where .slie spent , , (hi! Easier holidays her daughter, Mr.s. n. R Hoots. While Ihcic, Mrs. McMurtry was joined by her .son, Mlllon K. McMurlry, wamaii second class, who Is at- .'JKltiiK 11 Diesel school In (Ju- luuibiii, Mo., dud who ills" spent the Un.slor holidays wilh his sister. Miss selinn Hulllja left yesterday 'or a month's visit with relatives n Flor<;nce, Ala. Mr. and Mrs. M. Ocorgc nn<l Mr. nnd Mr.s. Fred Saliba had as licit 1 giicsl.s for the wccteml, Mr. ..nil Mrs. Ernest (icorge and dnu(jh- ter. Oemia Ann, of Memphis) and James Saliba of Florence, Ala. They came especially to attend the baptismal service holil Suniliiv afternorai :il St. Blcphcn's Episcopal Chinch, when Linda Kay Saliba, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Snlltia, and Gcmia Ann' Cleorgc were baptized. Mr. and Mrs. George Finlinijer of St. Mary's pciin.. will arrive tonight to attend the jfradiialion of their son, Aviation Cadet George Finllniicr Jr., o" ' ' Auriy Air Field. Mrs. Ashley llaildick and datigh- ,er, Janice, of Little itock, arc spending the week lien; ns guests of Mrs. llnddkk's mother, Mrs. Mary Wilton Henley. Miss Dottle Ilallifield of Hoan- oke, Vii., and Kansas City will jn-- 'ive today for several days slay at folel Noble, to atteml the grad- latlon exercises at Hlythevilli! Arny Air Field. Mr. mid Mrs. Dan McGrnder, ivlio lave mads their home in I'oca- lonlar, Ark., since lust October. iave recently returned to Hlythe- 'ille (o live, while Mr. McGriider is employed at the Blylheville Army Air Field. Pfc. James (Henley- sirenl tlie weekend hen; as 'tlie guest of his nollisr, Mrs. 'Je;ise iVovincc.'Prjv- ilc Henley is on a 'scrap drive for the Army, and Is spending this week at Danville, Ark. Mrs. N. J. Neil! lias returned to TUESDAY, APRIL 27, 1943 Missdurian, 93, Still Active partment, Mrs. Hugh Wicker, executive secretary and Mrs. Howard Proctor, formerly ot Blylheville and now of Little Hock, will have parts on the program as will jvirs. Whit Bolton of Marked -Tree and Mrs. Kclll R«d, state second vice president, of Uls'llicvllle. One feature of the meeting, which will bo held at the home of Mrs. George Mouton, will be a 30- mlnule program by Girl Scouts of Marked Tree and Uanisljiirg, Mrs. Cook announced. Among' (he ISIythevllle members who plan to attend arc Mrs, Cook and Mrs. Keed, Mrs. n, E. Blaylock, Mrs. Eddie Burke, Mrs C S Bag- gelt, Mrs. n. B, Wilson nn ( l Mrs O. U. Carter. Others at the meeting will rep- wsent units at Lepanto, Ilnrilsbiirff, Ipnelte, Trumann, Osccoln, Jones- I niyo, ( Weih«r and-West RMgo At M. Thomas,Calvin Winters, lower right, still likes to Handle an .•!>:<• JUKI .saw MkB many mm, far ynunBcr. He Is shown here with his son, lloljw^wintcys. (12. lower left, and grandson, Doin Pcan- ds Winti'is, 42, iippi-r rlj-lil, and urcat B raiid.soi). Robert Clarence , l(i, upper li'ft. or the I5lytheville. ler home in East "Prairie, Mo •iflcr a visit with her daughters, Mrs. George Stilwell, Mrs. U. C. Freeman and their families. Mrs. Paul Wnricn of St. Louis is visiting her sisters, Mrs. George Slihvell and Mrs. D. C. Freeman. Mrs. M. Filzslmmons spent yes- !i lerdny in Memphis. Mr. and Mr.s. Frank Jennings ind family and Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Blckerslaff ami daughter, Frances, spent Sunday evening Favorite Pasiime' For Thomas Winlers "Ninety-three and still going" s the way Thomas Calvin VVin- :ors describes himself and the "still ijolnu" Is not an exaggeration. Although ncaring the century murk, this head of tlie Winters family prido.s himself on splitting logs, sawing them and racking alt of tlie wood used by his son, Hob- crl Winters, and family at their Porlaucvllle, Mo., home. Advanced age does nol hamper Mr. Wiulcrs from visiting among his relatives and his recent visit here was unusual only In that he celebrated his 03rd birthday. lit- .1111! Ills so;i, Robert Winters, 02, cams down from PortagevillD to visit the grandson, Doin Francis Wit[tcrs. VI, nnd his family which include. 1 : a IC-ycar-old great grand-son, Robert Clavence. Winlers, lo make four generations of men lo- icllier. Doin Winlers is employed at E. C. liobinson Lumber Company nnd lhc fourth generation member is i a sophomore in high school an<l works at Gateway Store. They had a family celebration at the Doin Winters home, I9ll West Vine. Alert in mind as well as body, the elder Mr. Winters continued farming until 83 years ol age de- spile having had a slight stroke in liftl. He likes "attending to business" nnd declines to visit his Blythevillc grandson more than a week or two at the time because he doesn't have any business, to look after in Illythcville. Horn on Island 40. in Tennessee, ho moved to Pascola, Mo., when IS and since that time has spent his life there and at Warden and por- niBcvllle. His wife died 20 years ;igo. Auxiliary 1l \\ G roii |> To Attend ''/ hursday A group of IJlytheville women will attend the regular Spring conference for (he Piflh ciistdct, American Legion Auxiliary, Thursday a,t irarrisbtirg, it was announced todfty by Mrs. Ed Cook, district chairnAft who will preside at the meeting 3 * Miss Claudia Kuykendall of Ptfrf Smith, president ot the statp de- .Crowells of T/-acl\- with the O. A. ville. Mrs. C. L. Nabeis is a patient at Walls Hospital where slio undercut a transfusion. Miss Mary Emily Wilson of Memphis spent Sunday wilh her mother, Mrs. U. Tl. Wilson, and 666 The Miracle In Permanent Waving! COM) KAY, Hit i tific wave. No I chines. Drop in for delailV,j''\ MARGARET'S JIBAUTY SHOP IfH S. First Phone 2532 Mother's Friend helps bring ease anil comfort to expectant mothers, M OTHER'S FRIEND, nil exquisitely pre- parctl emollient, is useful In oil condl- _.. ._.^^_^__ lions where n Wniul. mllil anodyne mas- cage medium Jn skin lubrication Is dc- slreu. One condition In which women lor more thnn 7D ycnr.-j have used it Is an application for mnssnijlni; the body d«r- >!iK pregnancy ... it helps keep the skin soft nml plfablc. .. thus avoiding unnecessary discomfort uue to uryness anil tightness. It refreshes ami tones tile SKIU. An Idenl mnssagc application for tlie numb, tingling or burning sensations or the skin... tor the tlfeil back; muscles or crnmp-nke ni\lns In tlie legs Quickly nteorbcti. Delightful to use. Another's Friend lliKhly pniisotl Ijy users, mnny doclors ane iiursca. .liist o,!,- any ilriwirbt for Molhcr'i 1' rlcnil—the slim lubricant. Try ^t toniuhL . Mr. and Mrs. Charles lemons nave moved from Holel Noble to the Nies aparumi'iit formerly occn- l>ied by I-ieut. Col. nnd Mr.s. IMul '('. Preuss. ITzwll nrnnson will leave tomor- irtilh of the saying that this row for Hot Springs where he will " "•"''•' '- ''"- '- altend Ihe state Rotary Conven— -• .—. - .,, lion held there Thursday and Fri- wliere he is studying in tlie metll- day. They will be accompanied a: eal detachment, he ^a\v Capt. T. K f ~" ~- >r ~' ' " . ... fur as Malvevn by Mrs. Branson Blylheville, puss nnd Cecil who will visit Mr. nnrt Mrs. W. L. Heard. Mrs. Heard is •- (he former Miss Mniirinc Branson. Pncifle according (o woixl received by Ills pamiU Mr. and Mrs. Clinrles Kicmac. Clear Lake road. soulh From tl'.jrc they will go lo see Miss y^'. my JEER ATVOU! Jane ISranson who is a patient nt State Sanitorinm. Ark. They will return Sunday. Mrs. G. G. Huuburd and Mrs. llunlley spent yesterday in Memphis. ice To Our Customers Confectionery At SU'ole, Mo. v Will Hi- Closed All n,i\Each Thursday Thursday, April 29 Read Courier News Continuous Showt Every Day Box Office Opens IMS Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KI.CN 3:0« a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Tuesday & Wednesday i, PHILIP OORN • ANNASTEN March of Time nnd Sliorl I sold that old couch in tlie basement... thanks to the help of the' Y£iLow PAGES: USE 666 TABLETS. SALVE. NOSE DROPS O.E. S. To Meet 'there will be a stated mcctini; of Ihf Order ot the Eastern Star tonight, b o'clock at Masonic'Hall. Asbestos, found in many parts of Northern California,' lias jumped from $20 to $500 a ton. ROXY Bargain NltM Every Night Exctiil Saturday. Box Office Opens 6:15 Show Starts 7:00 Continuous Shows 8«l. «nd Son. Tuesday & Wednesday Buy Me That Town wHIi I.lnyd Nolfn ami Conslahfe ,jr"«i-.v.iyx \T^ ^ m^j^ no ' "-'' H\^\^ p '' ? %-\ ' ^•-^P\^jSI^ And the YELLOW. PAGES helped we sell that extra lawn mower I had out in the garage." Look first in the NEW YELLOW PAGES oi your phone book. Then make a single telephone call do (he work of many-and save yourself time, trouble, and aimless searching. [ In these limes the YELLOW PAGES are more helpful thaTi ever. They tell you who has what you want., . who will fix what you want fixed... who will buy what you have to sell. < SOUTHWESTERN BEU~TE1.!PHONE COMPANY Just Received New Shipment Of Summer FormctU And Evening Wraps In A Complete Showing Of Sizes And New Styles! ne . New York Store Phone 2i;?2

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