The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 7, 1943 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, May 7, 1943
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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS Club'28 Has Dance Cjub 24 entertained with * dinner dance last night at the Woman's Club houss with Mr. and Mrs Marcus Evrard, Mr; arid Mrs. Wj C. Higgtmon arid Mr, and Mrs. Eddie Hegenold as hosts and hostesses. Peonies, ibses and mixed bouquets \vcrc used for decorations in the elubrooni where the guests dancec to or^an music played by Sergl Don gcrjbner. The lace-draped table from which the buffet dinner '• was served had for.a;:. centerpiece a bowl of red rosos, ,.• Guests for the •-. affair ;*er« Lieut and Mrs. Geoffrey WillOUgh- b>. tlje latter of Milwaukee, Wls, .Lieuk- and- Mrs. -"Chip" Collins, Mr. and "Mrs. 'V.' O. Miller, Mr. anil Mis Russell Campbell, Mr. and Mr.j. - Russell Greemvny, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Vance, -Mr. and •, Mrs, V! \f. McKomle. Miss May Dlnon snd, I) c Pafford MRS; V,'. W SIIAVKK HOSTESS TO CLUl! Mrs. W. W. Shaver entertained the Wednesday ••Contract Club with nil members present, Wednesday nfteinoon at her home. , Spring flowers were used ; through- oil If ^ he rooms where the guests HerV'cijterlnfned. lij'Jtfip, bridge games, high score prize was awarded Mi's. James -V. Gates, with Mrs. E. P. Blonieyer winning second high. The iigstess sened a sandwich plate- >arid lord) drinks for refreshments. • • • THURSDAY LUNCHEON CUJB GURSTS OF MKS. HUGHES White- ponies decorated the -^^^•^^•^™^^^^^™ irz / Conrinnonj Show* "' >~' Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 7' ' SJio.w, Starts 2:00 v tlSTEN TO KLCN 0-00 am. 12:45 pjn. 4,90 p , n Last Time Today immortal Sergeant with Henry Fonda and Mawmn * -, O'Hara. T.iMmount News & Selected Short* Saturday hom« of MM.'ROM D. Hughes yes. terday afternoon when she enter talned member* of the Thursday Luncheon Club »nd t»o guesUi, Mrs F. E. Black and Mrs.'Harry Klrby Ihe two lunch servw from the dUiinj table, held as a centerpiece a low bowl of red roses In Die bridge garner, high score prize was awarded to Mrs Ravel Phillips with second high 'to Mis _ Seiial- "Perils ot"N)oka" No. 5, and bhort Subject. Continuous Showing Sat. I to 11:34 'Sunday and Monday I SHE'S THE MEBBlESr WIDOW t ' .^1^. nr mi ' OF AUl ^ rra S)*-*r? 1.100 » ^m« „ - r ™—*-» •=• uwim rj ,, BRUCE MANNING'; MKS, CECIL SIMNE HAS MID-WEEK CUIB Mis M A Isaacs and Mrs. Joh: Caudllt were guests of Mrs. Cccl Shane when she entertained mom. bers of Mld*W*ik club y«|ord«s afternoon a I her home H^f° nlW r lrls ! to ?* s Rna ollier V! >- Hetlc? of mixed Spilng nowcrs ftere Used .throughout the livlni! and sun room where Die gin eie entertained. The two-course lunch was served from the djiilng table which held as a,centerpiece a crystal candelabra with lighted tapers nnd bud \ases of mixed Spring flowers , ,In the bridge games high score nas annrded to Mrs Aubrey Coii- way for the club pilze ami to Mrs Caucllll foi guest pi la:. ARMY COUPLE HAS TWIN ; DAUGHTERS. TV, lii daughters were born lo Sergl and Mrs Edgar P Morgan vesterday morning at Walls Hospital Sergeant .Morgan whose home Is n Savannah Ga, came to Bly- thevllle a year ago to be a cook at Cadet Mess nt the Blythcvllle Army Air Field TRIPLE TABLE CLUB IAS FOUh GUESTS. ; When Mrs Joe Hainby cnler- alned Triple Table Club last night at her home, she had as guests Mrs c E HendersOlf, Mrs Jimmy Terrell, Mrs Ray Waters and Mrs Lendenhie i, Fov/iir. In the rummy gam&, high score prize was awarded to Mrs. William Lambert with second high to Mrs Terrell > Roses, splrea and other Spring flowers were used throughout the rooms where the guests were en- ertained. For refreshments the hostess ened a sandwich plnte nnd Iced ea tS. F. B. JOl'KER HOSTESS TO CLUB. Pink and white peonies and pur- ile Iris decorated the home of •Irs. F B Joyner when she en- crtalned members of Thursday Contract club and two guests, •Irs c P, Blakemore and Mrs! J. E Hasson, jesterday afternoon at her home. In the bridge gnmes high score prize was awarded to Mri,. Edgar P. Borum with Mri, Hnssoh winning second high Light, refreshments were served at the conclusion of iho gomes *«..«.• CLUB EIGHT MEETS WITH MRS. STOUT, Mrs. 'R.- B. stout entertained members of • Club Eight yesterday afternoon with Mrs. James Terry and Mrs. Earl Buckley as guests Peonies, roses and Iris were used throughout Ihe entertaining rooms where the guests played bridge. High score prize was awarded Mrs. Otto Scrape, with second hluh to Mrs. Paul Jobe. Following the games the hostess served a sandwich niul dessert plate with iced drinks. . '.,.'» »• t MRS. MILLER HONORED WITH BIRTHDAY-DINNER Mrs. Claude Miller, wife of Sergeant Miller, was honored with n birthday dinner Wednesday night Brackln. Following dinner'she^as presented gifts by the guests. Grider News Mrs Fred P. Jacobs who hns been In Atlanta. Oa., with Colonel Jacobs since he was stationed there has returned to tier home, windo- ver Terrace and will Have as her guest her sister, Mrs a Q wil Hamson, Mrs. Williamson's daughter, Mrs. David Hay ward, and her young daughter all ol Oklahoma ^ AIJO- 4* P«xWr°'FRANK r :SHAw" 1 .< A UNIVERSAL PICTURE 1C I'aramwnnt News A Selected Short* News Of WAACs, WAVESjnvl SPARS Auxiliary Flossie Mae Nash daughter of Mr, and Mrs, W M Nasli of Box 82, LUXora, Ark hns begun training nt Branch B of the Fifth Women's Army Auxiliary Corps 1 mining Center. Cnmn.Mon- tlccllo, Ark. Auxiliary Mary Pauline McCor- mlck, (laughter of Mr. and Mrs James R. McCormlck of 1101 south lokc St., Blyflievllle, Ark., has begun training at Branch B of the Fifth Women's Army Auxiliary Corps Training Center, Camp Moh ticello, Ark. At The HoipHaU Walls JIosplUl Admitted— , ' Frances Slrathers, steele, Mo • Blyihevllle Hospital Admitted— : ' , V ' Mrs, a. B. Works, SIcele^Mo Jackie Smith, city ' ,-,' ; Eula Smith, city. , . , . Dismissed— ' ' T. O. Mayfleld,'Hayll,.Mo M.uilla °' °' Wrl S" l " on < l -'baby, : Memphis Methodist. Hospital • Admitted- C. O. Adams, Caruthersvllle, Mo. Bits of New. 13r. and Mrs. L. H. Moore spent yesterday in Memphis. Miss Betty Oerheart has relurn- d to her home in Cape Olrardenu tier spending a few days here with Miss June Rclniniller. James Rlley Crawford, son of Hr. and Mrs. Dixie Crawford, Is 11 of measles. Mrs, O. W. Ramey will leave tonight for Faycttevllie where she will spend the weekend with her daughter, .Miss Eloise Rarney, a tudent nt University of Arkansas Dr. and Mrs.-B. c. Budd wlllre- urn home next week from Sallda 3olo., where they are spending heir vacation. E, R. Mason and son Carey spent oday In Memphis. Mrs. A. J. Weeks who has been isitlng her daughter, Miss Agues Weeks here, returned Wednesday to icr home In Arkadelphln. She was ccompntilecl as fur as Memphis by er daughter who returned Wednes- ay night. Mr. and Mrs. Loy Eich have' rc- urned from Ohio where they have een with Mr. Eleh's mother who s seriously 111. . . Mr. and Mrs. L. a. Nash left lo- ay for West Point, Miss., where hey will spend the weekend with clatlves. Mrs. J. H. Smart Jr., has enter- d the Memphis Baptist Hospital or examination. Mrs. J. F. Lcntl and son Jack arc spending two weeks hi Fas ' ley *"' vlslt Keeping Up With The Men In Service Cor]). Minus J. I'arslcy now Is attending the Antiaircraft Artillery School at Camp Davis, N, c Ilcnnan R. Hunt son of Mrs eflH Fisher- of Blyiheville,.' has beeti promoted fr pm technician 5th grade to teelmlclan 4th grade He Is statloend at Jefferson Bar* racks, Mo. Oscar R, Willinglmin, son of Mr and Mrs, o, T. Wlllingham, • who' entered the Navy In .June, 1935, hns completed his course at I.ake- liurst, N. 'J., us an aviation metal- smith and now Is a chief pettyiof- ficer stationed somewhere' on a base in the South Sens. • -, . .;'. .It takes in crew of specialists to keep one Navy filer In the air, Roy B. King, 20, son of Mr, and Mrs Buford n king, Manila, Ark., has Just added the wings and crow to ils Navy '.'blues", as a proof that lie M> one of those specialists. He was graduated from the Naval 'Air Technical-Training Confer nt Navy Pier nt Great Lakes, 111,, with i ne ictty officer rating of aviation unclilnlst's mate third "class, and now nwalls assignment to .duty iboard an aircraft carrier or at a lavnl nlr base. Promotion of Pvt, Ernest C. Reain, formerly of Manila, Ark., lo he grade of private first class has >een announced by headquarters at Tinker Field, Okla. Private Reagan 1 B Hie son of Hr. and Mrs. Hotel 0. Reagan ioute 1, Mnnila, Ark., he wns en- aged In fanning prior to his en- rnncD Into the Army. Wilson News Pfc. Gradey E. Bohtmnon son of Mr and Mrs. J. j. Bohtmnon of Wilson, Ark., wns graduated this week In gunnery from the Armored Force School at Port Knox, Ky. Lobsters, oysters, and snails are true blue-bloods. Our Gorgeous \ Array of Plants 1 Selected t - <* <~ - j " Esj)ecially ; For MOTHER! i| WeDelyer ANYWHERE-ANYTIME ! i The Flower Shop fc««e Hoid Hoid BW,. Mrs. Sam Burns has sone to twlsvllle, aa., where she will P«nd 10 days with relatives H. G. Partlow and Dr. nnd Mrs v. S. Eastburn are in Illinois at- ending lo business. Mrs. R. B. Stuot and daughter ,?, r , y "' lmvc returned from Little Rock, where they visited u lonth with Mrs. stout's parents Ir. nnd Mrs. Fred E. Bailey. TE ST Pffnlfum Jtllqfh f nilSS* *"* 1™" jW":'- r ° r ™ 1n " r l> * 'raU<«. tbr»«m» tfoiu. if | rtp |e „!«, If You Suffer 'PERJODIC' FEMALE PAIN Which MakM You Weak, Crmky, Nervous- It at such limes you, llfce BO ir-any women. mid ulrls suiter trom crnTOM timtfuhm. backache, dljtreM o! "Irrtg- ulotitles". periods ol the blues-due to lunctlonal monthly dtsturbanc'es— Start nt onco-try Lydla B. Plnkhim'a Vegetable Compound. Tills famous liquid not only helps relieve monthly pain but nlso accompariyuig, tired, *" k .. nervous feelings at tills nature' "Enlnst such symptoms. Thousands upon thousands report benent. Alto a ?i«S; A" 0 , 1 ." 0 / 0 ? 11 '- Pollow lul «l Ulrec- tions. Worth tryinyi Progressive Cliib At Osccola Holds Meeting-Tuesday '; .OSCEOLA, Ark., May 17.—"The Pine Arts and War", emphasizing (he liUcr-relatioiKhlp of the Arts and war Including the part played by 'literature, music, poetry^ drama and art In molding public opinion and Influencing the minds • and spirits of Hie people during the conflict was the basis of the program at the May meeting of Osceola Pro* eresslvr Club on Tuesday afternoon at "The Gables", suburban home of Mrs. S. L. •Rccclvlnir with Mrs, Oladlsh wcr Mrs. J. J. Williams, Mrs. R. c Bryan, Mrs. Arthur Brlckey, Mrs E, R. Reid, Mrs, A. P. Splese ah< Mrs. Carroll Watson. Mrs. Harold B. nillrnan was In charge of the program, nested b Mrs, Joe C. young. Mrs. James 8 Upton and Mrl Oeorte Abtey J.'Thc. Pledge of Allegiance W b) Mrs. B, R. Relr,. singing of "Arner' lea" led by Mrs. w. D. Kelly, and reading in unison of the "American's Creed" led by Mrs. W E Hunt opened the meeting. Summarized reports of the year's work given'in the:buslness session by department and .committee chairmen included the purchase o »200 In .War Bonds, $15 to the'Nurs- m'g Scholarship Fund of the Arkansas Federation, all national, state and district dues paid on time, Si Per cent o_f members paying poll tax, 15 members knitting fegularly for Hie Red Cross'and 1447 hours given by 35 other members In making surgical dressings, and 25 subscribers (o The Club Woman, official magazine of the General Federation. :Mrs. R.-.H. Jones, .president, named Mrs. James :S. Upton, Mrs J. O. Young, Mrs; .Irma. Bandy and Mrs. A. D. Weems as the year book committee:.for next club year beginning Oct." 5. , .•While.the club emphasis has been on Ibe War Service department DANCE II 9:30 to1 O'Clock In tiie Beautiful Blue Room of the HOTEL * NOBLE Admission 66c Per Person Next Sunday is Mother's Day Remember her, living or dead, with FLOWERS WE TELEGIIAI'H FLOWERS ANYWHERE.' Beaton's-Home Of Flowers 200 Davis Ave. Phone 549 The Beauty Bar ANNOUNCES NO.HEU NO MACHINES KTTt» HAIR CONDITION! k, C010 RAY, mogk IdioM (low g«iHy throggh yow hoir, to mold mi hold your cwlt. Th«n a hwdi of M(in crmm. R«iut? Hoir K Kft H'l M. ipgn ttocoutll IDtf ICOMfORIIh COtD RAY, rher, l« no poinM itrtttKnj of your hoir, no fwol, no mocWnw, no v,«jht,d down f«Hn«. COIB RAV t» toft, loltd ond re-fertea 1 on oil lypei of ha'r. h't tfi» pt«c«-of.mind permonenl. iOFTE*, St»ONOIR COtD RAY, you jet abundant, l curlil Nol only on normal hair — bui •v»n on many rrP« of liair hard to waft with htatl Bail of oil itroRfltf, loBter-lailing cvttjoll oloiia llw nicltine, foo. AH All mi MMACtES Of COtD KAT. COMntTE CONVTNKNCtl In COIO RAY, wt offtr you a h<arit», ma- tf>in«l«M wtivfl.wfikh tgkct no longtf fo giv* than on' ord'nory hcot wav*. And long after you ha« your COID RAY, yw<H b« iw 10 graltfutfof id CCWV»W<K«, fof it l«av« your hair toft ond mooostafclt... beou eoiy lo itjrf* for my o<c«lon. Glencoe HoteJ Bldg. The Beauty Bar *l»l DIJ_ *-J ' Phone 3202 &>". .,' jhi .^—-v^_U. —. •">*•?.' *,';<• * ,, * "'T"7~"^rr"' headed by Mrs, John W. Edrlngtoh, cultural, educational nnd civic In- 'crests have not been overlooked, attention Iwing ulveii to National Book Week, Heller Homes In America campaign, National Music Week and National Poetry, Week. Mrs. Qnmu Moore, Public Wel- 'are chairman of the club, supervises the care and upkeep of Violet Cemetery, works In cooiwration with city engineer Ed Wlsfjunii In cleari- U P of streets and alleys The club "feed removal at the earliest possible date of (In cans collfcted on vacant lots in (he city to prevent an epidemic of malaria. w°>f sU Veve ms - M - A ' Hc>; *' Mrs. '"• F. Howerton wlio lias recently moved to Oriccoln from Jonesboro B»d M,rs. H. W. Elclmer. As has bet 1 !! the custom for s e v eral years, the final weellng of the Literature Department of the club will bo with a luncheon at the country liome of Mrs. George Ed- rlngtpn on May 18, with Mr.s. Ed Wiseman, Mrs, W, B. Colbert, Mrs Louis Oeorge, Mrs. William Ellas and Mrs. W. D.' Kelly as co-hostcss- cs. Birds have 10 distinct methods of catching fish. The Miracle In Permanent Waving! COLD HAY, the modern, scleh- tlflc wave. No heat— No ma- rop j n f or MARGARET'S HEAUTY SHOP ROXY B»rnln NlflU Every Nifbt Siturday. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 8h«wi 8»i. and Last Time Today 'Chan In Rio 9 with Sidney Toler and Mary Beth : Hughes Selected SKorls , ^Saturday "14 HUNTED erial: "Overland Mail" No. J3 and ' short. 'ont. Showing Satur. 1:00 to 11:30. -Sunday and Monday J(/PfK8/Cf SPfCJACif Fox'News and SelecW Shorts" EVERY: DAY; is ATiPENNEY'S! /"PO the millions of American"mothers we "speak^ A today with feeling. Brihgin'e up a family is the' v hard«st job in the world and J. C. Penney's knows it I So to mothers of tiny babies-of school age young- ^ters-of fighting men-we speak. If your problems never seem toend-if the war has multiplied them-! remember, many of them can be solved at Penney's. 1 For the Penney platform has always been to simplify mother's family shopping job-to treat mother's .family budget with courtesy and care.' , You'll find at Penney's the finest in Socks and Shirt? l^Hlankets and Bonnets-Fabrics and Footwear. Wi These—and hundreds more! Not in the same wide selection as m other years, but the best that war con-' Coitions permit. -«. -J At Penney's we have~never'rriade" deliveries, or' [" rrl ^ d Charge accounts, or operated costly stores. (Mothers know that the economies made possible by this policy mean low prices, f , So, Mothers, we greet you and aslc you'to believe [that every dayJsjvIotlierj^Day at_Pcnney's(y> Honor Your Mother By Attendin Church or •Mo/A ers ay D Dear Friends: We ministers whose names aro inidcrsigncd are attempting to have every member of our churches, and every person in the community, present at the church of his choice on Mother's Day, Sunday, May Oth. Our desire i s that all families of our churches be present and, if possible, .sit together. .. The largest Sunday School attendance in the history of Blyth.evillc is our goal for this day. We believe that the achievement of this goal would be a worthy tribute to our mothers. Come to Sunday School and stay for the Morning Worship. • We trust that no one in our churches will break (he chain of every family present Mother's Day— next Sunday. May God bless you and yours in this Christian Family Week. I ratemally- Yours, 0. J. CHASTAW, First Haplist Church FLETCHER SPRUCE, Church of the Nazarene R. S. BA1RD, First Christian Church J. A. OVERHOLSBR, First Presbyterian Church H. E. SIMMS, First Assembly of God Church CLIFFORD THACKER, Full Gospel Church HATES STURDY, Lake' Street Methodist Church S. U. WILFORD, First Methodist Church G. W. ARCHER, Calvary Baptist Church D. G. HINDMAN, Yarbro and Promised Land Melho- dist Churches

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