The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 3, 1943 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, May 3, 1943
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now TWO BLYTHEVILLB (ARK,)'-COURIER NEWS MONDAY, MAY 3, 1943 A A! (J. W. Group Elects Two Officers Saturday When members of tlie local unit, American Association of University Women, met for the final session of Die year, Iwo new officers were clcclfd, Mrs. Fred Flecman was m'nde treasurer and Miss Emily Dale Gray, secretary. Since officers for this organization are elected only In alternate years the remaining offices win u-taln the same people. - , Miss COVR Lee Coleman and Miss Emily Hale-Gray tvere hostesses for •ho occasion Saturday afternoon In {he Colonial Room of (Hotel Noble. Carrying oul the May Day theme, the 'room was decorated with effec- -tive arrangements of Iris and narcissi Favors were miniature vafi*s which ; held assorted Spring Ulos soms. Mrs. B. A. Lynch, president.-, presided <W (lie business • session • at which time the group endorsed Senate Bill number 031 which Is Federal appropriation for state educational funds, A report was made on the hobby project which Is sponsored by UIL USO tmd a revision of plans made which will go Into effect when the USD moves into its new building Mrs. W. A.-Afflict, program leader, . presented Max B. Reid wh spoke on" Russia, its history and It- present role ns a great power u ' the United Nations. This was followed by a quiz o Hujsin In which all members participated. A dessert course with tea was served'after which the group ad- jju'mcd for the Summer. * * * MISS GENEVA SIHBLEY GIVES BUNCO VARTY Miss Genevii Shibley entertained 'la of her friends Saturday night with a bunco party at the home of 'her parents, Air. and Mrs. A. G. Shibley. Doud Chamblin was presente high score prize, Bobby Culllson, low and Nancy Holland, bunco. During the evening the guests danced and sang Ihcir favorite .songs. Miss Donna Wundsrllch and ' Miss • Frances Shouse gave n Jitterbug o^'bition. Several Impersonations were given for entertainment by different guests. Recent Bride Bits of News Mocdjr Penooal Mrs. James A. Elkins was before- her 'mniTltifjO Friday, April 23, Miss Mary Site Clcc, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. U. Gc-e. Molh Mr. and-Mrs. Elkliis art employed at Blytheville Army Alt' Field. Lieut, and Mrs, Hal Moore, who have been visiting their pnrenls, Dr. and Mrs. I>. II. Moore, have Bone to Clar.sdaU', Miss,, for a vlslj. with Mrs. Moore's mother, Mrs. J. M. miller, from there they will go to Tallulnh,' Lft;; for a Visit with friends, before reporting »ut Austin. Texas where Lieutenant Moore will lake further training.' Dr. M. I*. Sknller has gone to si. Louis where he Is cilendlng la spe- clnl technical wliool nt Barnes Hospital. He will return (tie lattei 1 part ot the week. Mrs. Baker Wilson und, Mrs, Estclle Cook Vollme'r of Memphis spent tlie weekend In McMinnvllle, Tenn., where Ihey attended tlie uneral or H. V. Harwell. Mrs. E. Fox has relumed Miss Hazel, Davis Wed To Pic. Ray McWilliams Mr. -mid Mrs. Larry C, On vis announce the marriage of their eldest daughter, Miss Hazel Bcauton Davis tu Pfc. Ray McWilliams of Mlddlesboro, Ky. Tlie ceremony was performed Saturday, 8 p. Mi. at the home of Justice of Peace T. L. Cassldy. Tlie bride wore n navy and while ensemble wltli navy accessories. Her corsage was of pink carnations. MLss Nolle Dean- Davis mid Miss Erls Davlvsistcrs of the bride, attended Jier. Private .McWilliams Jiad as his best men, Scrgt.. Jimmy K. James and Corp. James B. Sexton. The bride who was gradtwled from the Dell High School iind attended Arkansas State College, Jonesboro, has been employed for Ihe pnsl three months In the industrial department of the Bly- Army Air Field f^^ZT fi? ^1 0,-n^ea /r- .W-„ .Uten^ ,, oo; Spring flowers was used as a CCH- t:rplece with lighted tapers at either end, * • • C.B.C. CLUB MEETS WITH MRS. ELKINS. Mrs. O .O. Elkins enterltilned the C. B. C. Club Friday afternoon at her home, when all members were present. Spring Jtowcrs were used ..iiroiiehouf the. rooms and Spring the decorative tr.Dics completed theme. 1 In the bridge games, high pri7c was awarded to Mrs. C. J. Little second high to Mrs. Francis Jack soil and Mrs. Ross Moore. A dessert course of Ice cream was served at gabies. tlie conclusion of tlie • The Miracle In Permanent ^Waving! COLD RAY, the modern, scientific wave. No heat—No machines. Drop in for details. : MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP 104 S. First Phone 2532 at Mlddlesboro, Ky,. and prior lo ils entering tlie Army In June 1942, was employed by the J. K. Slioffen- ng trucking system in Mlddlcs- >oro. Private and Mrs. McWilliams will make their home at 138 East Ash Street. » * * MRS. CARTER HAS FHJELES CLASS The'Fidelcs Sunday School Class ol First Baptist Church met Friday night at the home of Mrs. G. R. Carter. Tliere were- 21 members ami three visitors present, for Ihe buffet style supper served from Hie. din- Ing table which held as a centerpiece n low bowl of mixed Spring flowers. The devotional was given by Mrs. G V. Daws after which the president, Mrs. O. C. Hawks presided over the business session. Group captains lor the next quarter will 'be Mrs. Alvin Huffman and Mrs. Raymond Schmuck. Tlie losing side will entertain the second Friday in May. rom Hot Sprines where she spent .ivo weeks Inking -llio baths. Miss Alice WhlUiltt,. Mrs. Gage Clark, Mrs. Harry Taylor, Miss Era Wright and Russell Campbell notoi'Cd lo Jone.sboro yesterday to visit Miss Belle Whitsltt. who formerly lived here, Mr. and Mrs. I,. J. LaHue of Memphis s|ient tlie weekend here with Mr. La Rue's sisters. Mrs. F. E. Fox and Mrs. C. F. Jordan. Mrs. A. L. Moell who has been making her home wllh her daughter, ; Mrs. P. E. Fox, has gone" to Forrest city for an .extended visit with another daughter. Mrs. J. T. Miller. Mr. and Mrs. George W. Barliam were gue.its ot Mr. anil Mrs. Frank Barham in Osccola yesterday ufler- loon. Mr. Barham, who 'Attended :o biLslni'.s.s In New Madrid mid Little Rock during the past several days, will go lo Poplar Blulf, Mo., this week on business. Louts CJreoiic.' who imderwcnl an emergency appcndlcltUi operation n week ago, was removed yesterday to his home. He will have to be In bed for another week but is dally Improving. Carl Davis Jr. lias been admitted lo Walls' Hospital for treatment. While there lie will be given a blood transfusion. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F. Morris ind daughter, Maureen, nccom- ed by First Lieut. Geoflrey Willoughby mid Mrs. Wliloughby of Milwaukee who is here for n month, spent the weekend In Cleveland, Miss., as guests or Mrs Morris' brother and sister, R. Morris King and Mrs. Hugh Nelson J'hoinixson mid Ihcir families. Hugh Nelson Thompson Jr., formerly of ilythcvllle, left iotlay for San pi- ego, Calif., when; he has been KiSlened for duty afler enlisting n tlifl Navy while attending University of Florida, Gaine.svllle. HP plans to try for Naval Avialloi following completion of the primary training. Dr. and Mis. Paul I,. Tiptoi have arrived home aller spcndini the Winter und Spring at Ballln jjej- and Port Lavaca, Texas, will their son, Maj. James Tiplon, for mcrly commanding oil leer of Bruc Field and who iias be«i under going special training recently af tcr lequesliiig combat service. II has been transferred lo Memphl temporarily before inking up hi new work. Dr. ami Mrs. Tiptoi are at their home. Bobby Blaylcck who attend William ll, Moore School or .Tech notogy, Memphis, spent-the week (•ml here us guest of his parents Mr. and.Mrs. R. E. Blaytock. Capt. J. M. Walls Is'home :on leave trom Camp Oiuber, Muskogee, Okla. Ho came especially to c with Mrs. Infills wlio 'has been ,1 bul Is Improving. Mrs, M. S. Tliurslori of Porl Wnllon, Fin!, arrived yesterday for 10-day visit with her parenl.s, Mr. anil Mrs. n. M. Heck. Mrs. 'Inn-stem Is Hie former Miss Anita "ay Deck. Mrs. Mary Cooke of Memphis and Mis.'K. 1 G.' 1 Johnson of Maud, Miss., were the weekend guests of their •ktcr, Mrs. C. P. Tucker end family. Mrs.' Hurry 'Brown, I-cln neck, Miss OJafa Ruble, Miss Al Kincy, Donald Hlckrnan and Sergt. Joe Reed went lo .Memphis yesterday lo see Mr.s. E. B. 'Ilioiniis wjjo Sat- iirday underwent an operation lit the Memphis 'Methodist Hospital. At The Hospitals ISlythevillr Hospital Admitted— i Mrs. Myrtle Piieh. l.u.xorn. Miss Daphel Taylor. Covlnglon, Tenii. lioin to Mr. and Mrs. D. C. : Wrlgnt, Manila. :\ son. Saturday afternoon. Dismissed— Bubble Ixm Pelcvson, city. Jerry Hodge, cltyi Louis Greene,, city. Miss Aline Jolllff, Manila. Mrs. Mamie Yowcll, city. Walls Hospital Admitted- Carl Davis Jr., city. , B. p. Klger, city. Glcnda Mac Works, Stcele, Mo. A. N. Hurst, Manila. \ Florence Thomas, Steele, Mo. •Born to Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hawkins, Carulhcrsville, Mo., a son (his morning. • Dismissed— ' Carolyn Llntzenttfi, cily. Nora Bell Smith, Steele, Mo. Mrs. H.. L. Moody, city. C, C. Croney, Luxora. Memphis HuplM Hospital Admitted- Mrs iioyce Byrd, Joiner. Mrs. C. D. Heaton, Basset I. Orapefrull canning slaiicd In Florida In 1921. TETTER CHECK ITCHING-BURNING Tlio nriliw|JtiivtJtinniluliiiK 4 W»y u'Uh fa- UUJUH Jltiic'k und While Ointment. 1'ro- itioU-^ Ju'iinn^. t/du only IIH directctl. Qvw '2b yiiaritKHLTt'.'w. Koltl in KV, 'ibt, fiO^Bizpa. Wormy-lack ^uurtinlue. t-i^' Clcunso dully with Utack anil ^VhUn fil^u yoai>. Kill Flies Close windows. Spray Bee Brand Insect Spray — 15 minutes later, sweep tliern up." Kills mosquitoes, bed buijs, too. Sorry, our Bee Brand Insect Powdtr curtailed tor dun- licn. • Social Calendar TUESDAY'S EVENTS Wcslcyan Service Guild meeting at Flrs't Methodist Church, 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Pat Drown entertaining The •100 Club. The G. N. B. chili will meet with Mrs. Slclla Davis. Mrs. Snnford Boone will entertain the Double O Club. Mrs. Chester Cnldwell, complimenting the Tuesday Bridge Club. Octn nrtilge Club will-meet with Mrs. Ed Cook. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. \V. J. Wunderllch cnter- tnlnlng the Wednesday Bridge Club. A. D. C. Club meeting wllh Mrs. Girl Scouts Show Guests BlytlievlUc Oirl Scouls will me'Ranted ghcllon. guests-ot Mr. und Mrs. O. W. Me- M VS Taylor Orahnm Cutchen tonight for the show tit the Ritz Theater. The sponsors have requested u»at cadi uirl be there promptly at 0:45 In order to be eligible for adnilt- ancc. Blytheville Shoe Stores will be CLOSED WEDNESDAY AFTERNOONS May 5th Until September 1st The FAMILY SHOE STORE ZELLNER'S SLIPPER SHOP FLOYD A. WHITE will hnvc Three Tnbli! Club. Wcttnpscinj' Contrnct Club meel- 1B wllh Mrs. W. W. Shnvcr. Fiist Church of The Nnznreiie Itsslonnry in o e I i n B a p.m. a I iiurch. Town nmi Country Club mEntliig •Ith Mrs. J. C. Ellis. Elmwootl Cemetery Association 111 mcel 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. V. F. Brewer. , THURSDAY'S EVENT'S Club Eight meeting wllh Mrs, n. B. Stoul. Mrs. p. B. Joyncr entertninlui; Thursday Conlrnct Club. Mld-Wcck Club inccUiiE wllh irs. Cecil Shnne. TlmrEday Luncheon Club will neel with ^L•s. R. D. Hughes. Mrs. A. E. Hnntlcy will have the Fortnightly Club. Double Four Club meeting wit); I-SJ Victor Stllwell. Triple Table Club meeting will 1 Mrs. joe Tlntnbv. Wherever She May Be- REMEMBER Her With FLOWERS! SAVE THE COST OF THE WIRE , by placing telegraph orders before Wednesday, May 5 ! The Flower Shop Delivered ANYWHERE Gfenrae Hotel BUg. • Phone 491 hmale Weakness Whkh rortn you CMNKY, WiVOUS Lyrils K. rinkhatm's vegetable Corn- pouncJ is matlc cspcciatiy for to relieve periodic pain with weak. nervous, blue teclinss—rtu« to tvmc- tlonnl monthly disturbances. Tafcen regularly — FSnkhtvin's Compound helps build tip reslst«ucc n^alnst such symptoms, Follow label dlrec- , lions. Thousands b SUGG^ESTED" BV UMKo COMBINE YOUR BAKING Sel aside one day lo do Ihe major part ol your baking lor Ihe week. Conserve shortening by baking cakes, bread or rolls, and pics al one lime. IN THE AIR FORCE GROUND CREWS they say: •LANDING GEAR" /•««" for leg., for aiiphne 'CAMEL" ' TCI T E NORSE •>• f m j{ ie favorite cigarette with for member of ground crew ' men in the service • W. 0. W. Will Meet Woodmen of the World will meet tomorrow night. 7:30 o'clock, at the Hall on 5th mid .Main, for drill und Initiation. Refreshments will lie served. Read Courier News want ads. ' CAMELS HAVE WHAT IT TAKES—EXTRA MILDNESS AND PLENTY OF FLAVOR r /& Vr?. FIRST IN THE S&MCS With men in the Army, Navy, Marines, and Coasi Guard, the favorite cigarette is Camel. (Based on uctual sales records in Post Exchanges and Canteens.) CAMEL Give Beauty to Mother-On Her Day Theni's a pcrsoiuil gift you can give for Mother's Day . . . that will give her enjoyment for weeks to come! 'Present her with u gift beauty certificate thul will entitle her to ninny beauty. Ireut- Tiients in our shop. Ideal For Mother! • The MIRACLE'In Permanent Waving! NO HEAT-NO MACHINES Factory Trained Technicians! Please Phone For Appointments Margaret's Beauty Slioppe sintt I discovered -< rtis amazing way to w STRENGTH;) ^s! KM s. 1st 1'hone 2532 t& *« I vital digestive i<"< es , in the stomach , I 2 ' -Ewrgiie your body with , Bir.H RED BIOOD'J rpHESE two important steps may •»- help you overcome the discomforts or embarrassment of .sour stoinacli, jerky nerves, loss of appetite,-underweight, disgestivc complaints, weakness! • I A person who Is operating on-only a 70 to 15'& healthy blood volume or n stomach digestive capacity of only 50 to CO'/o normal Is severely handicapped. So with ample stomach iligestlve juices PLUS rich, retl-Wootl you should enjoy that sense of well being which denotes. physical lltness . . . mental alertness! If you are subject to poor diction or £Usp€ct deficient reel-blood us the cause ol your trouble, yet hiwe no organic complication or focal infection; SSS Tonic may be Just what you need as 1C Is especially designed to promote the flow of vital digestive }\ilces HI Ui« stomach and to Uutld-up blood strength when deficient. Build Sturdy Health jo that the Doctors may teller serve our Fighting Forces Thousands find thousands of users have testlnett to the benefits SSS Tonic has brought to them and cclentlnc research E hov;s that It gets results— Hint's many say "SSS Tonic tnilldssturdy health makes you feel like yourself asalii." At drug stores In 10 and 20 o/ S.S.S.TONIC helps buitd STURDY HEALTH WASHDAY TASKS Are A JINX There arc any number of things you shimlil and could be doin^ on washday other thus bendinp over ^ tubl Solve your waslutuy problem-s with all-around satisfaetion by luiviii? us do \oilr laundry. I'ure, gentle cleansing agents are used (fl gel your clothes and linens healthfully clean and help prolong their life and' beauty. .Tins the washday jinx with our efficient laundry service! NU-WA PHONE 474 — BLYTHEVILLE,ARK. WHY WARTIME DEMANDS LIMIT TELEPHONE SERVICE HERE The wartime increase of telephone users ued until we no longer are able to provide here has caught up with the capacity of the service anywhere in town unless it is classified as necessary to the war effort or to public health, welfare, or security. telephone system. For more than a year it has been difficult to obtain new telephone equipment because the materials which must go into it are war tc i ephone( fe u t we will be able to supply materials, too.* Aware of this, telephone scrvice on i y when ^m^ c hange in condi- We will gladly record your request for R cngineers have put into practice every pos- tions creates an opemng . We ' re sorry, but sible plan to make the existing telephone tWs ... part of a Breater 3erv i ce in which we system cover all needs. aH 3 h are _that of helping to win the war. But the demand for service. has contin- Thank youl SOUTHWESTERN BILL TELEPHONE COMPANY For the picture "It Ain't Hay" to he shown ;i( (he Ritx Theatre, May 2-.1 the theatre will open aijr I:lf> and the picture will shirl at 1:30. First Show 1 :,'!() Second Show :!::)0 ..: Third Show ikM F«iir(ii Show 7:.'U) Fifth Show !)::!() IIS/ Continuous Showt Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 9:00 a.m. 12:15 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Last Time Today 'ITAIM'THIF with AuhoU and Citttello Paramount News & Selected Shorts Tuesday & Wednesday ROXY Bargain Night Kverf filgM Except Saturday. Box Office Opens C:45 Show Starts 7:00 Ctntlnaotu Shown Sat. »nd Son. IM *} l,;ist Time Today Nothing But the Trulh' with Bolie Hope and I'aulrllK Goihlanl. Fox News and Selected Shorts Tuesday & Wednesday

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