The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 17, 1943 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, May 17, 1943
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'i! < I, flOwTWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.); COURIER NEWS KECITAL'GIVEN* ' , > AT HOME,OF NKS..WEOTEN Mrs O^cU, R. WroUli w« hostess to about 40_ guests, Sunday afternoon at her» home 'when Mrs' EdiUi Stephan .presented severs! of her students in a , musical program, consisting at pl»no and Violin solos and « string ^ehsemjjle. Those taking pait "were, Miss Aim Ruth Morris, Barbara Knapp, Mary Ljnn B4an, Nancy Partlow, Barbara Monaghan, Roberta Knapp and Jeir> Berry, Mrs Wroten assisted In accompany Ing them on the piano -, ' Roses peonies and Iris were used throughout the enterlaliilng rooms. Following the,program,,tti« hostess aened delicious refreshments from i lace draped table which Mitt a centerpiece.of .mixed; SpH'iiS tlpvein The. punch bowl was nie- slded overibyiMrs. ,H. G. Partlow who was aasjsled'.reserving .by Mrs. Mai i in Hu'il'and'Uie musical /stu- denls %110'pniltclpiled In Hie program. ' T * 4 • • , BiRTHD'AY^ARTY-MEU) *OK JWIA ANN McCAJI, Jiilk Ann Mfttall efflei lalncd 12 of her friends Filday afternoon wllli ft i. party 'al her horns on-her sixth birthday, Gatni-s -were ' jilayed during the ' afternoon »ilh bhihdaj cake'and ice cream Vefved'for refreshments. Mrs E F McCall, the guest of honor's•'.mother•'.',was asslslccl •' In seiring by.'Mrs. Hiieh whttsltl and •tfrs Alfred Williams At-the : conclusion of -the 'enter- tainmcnl the guests wenl (o the Cential School where thej icgis- tered-for Uie, Fall term.and wei* serud at .the tea partj foi preschool students; • • '- •• • BIELS ANNOUNCE BIRTH OF SON ' ° The Rev and Mrs Robert Blel nnnobnce the birth of a son \ester- day at, Wills Hospital The baby has been named, Ronald Dean and Is the ilrst child of the Blels The Rev, Blel is rector of the Lutheran Church here and Mrs B<el is the former Miss Veola Detmer of Wlnlleld, Kan • ' • . HOMJE ECONOMICS CMJB ENTERTAINS SENIORS Member^ ofUhe graduating clnss of' the Junior High School were honored with a formal tea,, J T Have Your Luncheons , In the Cool Coffee , 'Shop of * -, Hotel ; tfolile .|. . Then'adjourn to cot Colo- j Dial,Room Fat Fourwtaesi I Luncheon ff f ', Plates From 39' afteinoon, when (he Home Economics Club of the Senior High, euter- talncd at the : Home Economics Coi- tage. The guests nrriviiiK at \ o'clock' weic peeled by Mrs Piceman Robinson, sponsor of the Club, and the officers. Miss Ainelin Sullba. piesl- denl, 'Miss .Georgia 'Sanders vice president/and Miss Kntherine Wnhl, secretary, Tlic lace diappcd table «as centered with a bowl of loses Cookies made by (he Home Economics Club were seived The punch bowl was picslded over by MKs Dulcta Smith Favors pieseiilcd io Die honoiwl guests and 'members of the Junior and Sehloi High School Faculty ueie cellophane bags filled with garden ssed and the slogan Plant A victory Gniden".was llcnl lo It with'a ereeh'ribbon. » • • MISS I.YNETTK TUCKEH TO M. IN MK.MHUS W* DOING Miss Lsnetle Tuckei, student nt the Unheisity ol Mississippi Ox- ,oid, M(s,s will be a bildcsmnld in the wedding of Miss Noimn MoJiaehan,.. who : will . be mnrrfed early next month to Albc-iL M<1- len A\ery, bplli .of Memphis. Miss Tuckei-, •who.'Is the ([nugli- .cr'of Mr and Mis G r 'I utlwr of. Blythevllle, and Miss Monnghnn were roommates at "Ole Miss" the 'list semestei of this jeai • • • MR. ANM MRS. H'AI.TEK I'Ol'i; ENTERTAIN Sl)m;K CLUB Mr.-and Mrs. Walts: Pope enlei- lalned the Supper Club Snlinday night with ,'a party at iheir home, with Mrs. Cecil Shane as Ihe only guest The rooms where the three tables of guests were, served the two- course Jtieiiti, were decorated wltli ed popples and a variety of mixed Spring flowers. In the bridge games, high score was awarded lo Mrs. Auurev C<m- wa and Rodney Bannister. At The Hospitals Blythevllle Hospital Admitted Born to Mr.,and Mrs, Ed Milh'r, Rt. 2, clty; ; twin e'rls, this monr^ »E. Dismissed— Mrs. toy Williams, city. Walls Hospital Admitted: Juanlta White, Osccola. Mrs. Luclan Cochran, Steelc, Mo. If. O...Brooks, LenchvUlc. •Stephen Shaver Gilden, Carnlh- 'rsville, Mo. Mildred Warren, clly. Born to Ihe" Rev. and Mis. Robert. Blel, city, a son, born yesterday. Dismissed— • Mrs. T. c. Beasley, Stcele, Mo. Mrs. J. E. Jones, Stefle, Mo. Mrs. J. T.' Taylor, city- Mrs. G. B. Works, Steele, Mo >Mr's; F. A.-'npblnsoii, Manila." Mrs. W:'B; Stlltts, Maiilln. '' Bits of News' Mostly Personal Dr. and Mrs. J. I,. Cookvion of PnrttGonld and Mr. and Mrs. PVank Slsslqns of Sikcston, were weekend Kl'.csls of Or. ami Mrs. W. S. Eastburn. •Mr. and 'Mr.s. Floyd Tharp and (laughter, Beverly Jennnc, spent Saturday In Memphis."Tlicy were accompanied by the Rev. O.. J. Cliastaln and Miss iJ^tiLse Clins- taln. Mr. and Mrs, Aubrey con way ipc-nt today in Memphis. First Lieut, Jack Robinson returned today to his |»st in Macon. Ga. Phll)i|).s Robinson -went, lo Little Rock today .where he will he In- :luclcd Into Ihe armed forces. Mis. Emma M. liurncy, of Mnns- flelcl, Mo., arrived^today for a short visit with her son, p. K. Coolcy and Mr.s, Coolcy. Mrs. Earl C'. Iiiimin wns called to St. Ijfluls yestcriliiy, because of the serious illness o! her mother, Mrs. Ixmls Daugherly, Her sister, Mrs! If. A. Paul of Memphis came Satur- ilay nlgljt lo ficcoi>^> ny her there. Mr.s, G8ne Harvey' left Saturday Tor a week's visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Whlltinglon Georgetown, Miss. Miss Marjorie Slevens, ilAtighler X Mr. and Mrs. Hass Stevens, who has been attending school at Montreal. N. C., Is 1 home for the Summer holidays. : Floyd Tlvarp Is spending three weeks in Cossclt, Ark., iiUending to business. Richard Jledel l)n.s rclurncd from Chicago where he .spent lust week mending to business. U/zell Urahson, newly elected lircsldenl of the Qlythcvllle Rotary Auxiliary To Meet Members ol the American Legion Auxiliary will meet tomorrow night, 8 o'clock, a't the hul, it .was announced today by Mrs. Ed. B.'Cook, president. Mrs.-Ross Stevens ami Mrs. B. B. Wilson will be hostesses for the program meeting. Any member of any other auxiliary in Hie United States who may be visiting In lilytheville Is urged to attend; Mrs. Cook announced. The Mustang, which IB powered with a 1250-horsepower engine, is drilled with six machine guns and used for low-flying attacks. Send Us Your FURS And Woolen Garments,.. Send u. ,« r pr.clovi, »i n i w tlo , llin ,, for „„„, and .storage. now, before warm Bather stls i,, 1 0 )ou rcxt Fall u>s ^ nlr|ot Charjts are Club will go lost, Louis .tonight, where he will attend the notary International convention this week. Mrs. J. VV. Adams Sr,, will return tomorrow, after spending two moiilhs with her niece, Mrs. J. A Klrkpalrlck of Avujusa, Ark. Mr, and Mrs. R. c, Baxter ot Si Louis, spent the weekend here as the guests of Mr. Baxter's parents Mr. uiul Mrs. C. M. Baxter. Pvt. ami Mrs. Dick Wade of Columbia, B. C., spent the weekend here as Ihe guests of Mr. and Mrs Bum l^indrum. : .'. Ho&nd Mr. and Mrs. Ellas Phillip's .of St. IjOUls came Salurday from St. Louis to be here over the week end with Mrs. Martha Lester, Mr. Phil-returned home Monday leaving Mrs. Phillipo (o spend Ihe week with her mother. Mis. Karley Hclman and Mr. id MIS. Unmhl Jlolmai! of Slkcs- .011 left Monday for .Richmond, Cnllf., lo make their home for the duration. Tin; past inuiitli Mrs. llarlcy liolmaii has been Ihe louse guest of her sister, Mrs. Ira Zahucr. Mr. and Mrs. Mclvln Kller and sou Dotuiic relumed Priciay from Detroit and Matador, Texas leaving again Saturday for" Matador to make Iliclr home. Waller Thomas of Helena, Ark., son of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Thorn-, as, was here over the weekend, visiting friends. A surprise wedding wns that of Mrs. Beatrice Parsley of Trumniui, Aik., to Robic Weeks. The mti'r- rlnge was performed In Nelllclon, MLss,, Saturday |jy Justice of Peace J, G. Benson. Tlie 1 couple'will live In '•..Holland where Mr.- Weeks ; Is engaged In (nicking. .The llcv. unit .Mrs. J. L. Stewart ajid .son Lurry left Monday vln Irnln for Foil Worth, Tcxns where they will reside. The Rev, Slewnrl will alU'iul Hie Baptist' Seminary there, Mr. and Mr.s. Virgil utley and son Murlon were In New Madrid with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Copelnnd Sunday. ..Week pud gut'.sts of Mrs, r,. B. Sain ford were Mr. -mid Mrs. A. E. Hovey ut Metnphla. Corp. Thelmo Green of Camp McCoy, 'Wisconsin is here with Ms wife on a 10-day furlough. Mrs. Susie Wnldrup Is 'liome from Hoi Springs where she spent u mouth, Vlslling here over the weekend were-Mr. and. Mrs. dene Dairy of St. Louis w))6 were ijiw.sls of Mr. and Mis, Basil Edwards. Half Moon News Mr. niul Mrs. 'Lewis Jones have returned lo their home ID Little nock lifter spending'several .weeks licre as ths guesti of Mrs. Jones' parents, Mr. and Mrs., Lane.-- ••;. Mrs. M. F. Poff. Mrs. BC>)'while ind .sou,-Deri, Jr.,• visited'Tuesday n Half Moon. . . : Mrs. Johnston mid Mrs. Middle- on look their pupils lo Walker Park Thursday'for'nil all-day "oiling and picnic lunch. Mis-s Christine. Doyle of • Dell - is con'ducllng a First Aid Class al'lhe Half Moon school house. Mrs. Garland Slaughter has gone lo Mobile, i Ala:, lo foe .with her To r«Km« ol Female Weakness Which mikes you CMNKY, NERVOUS Lj'dla K. rinkliam's VfEctnblc Com. pound Is made especially fur women to relieve periodic pain with weak, Hen'ous, Ijlix: feelings — duu to June- tional inontbly dUturbunces. Taken regularly — Plnkhatn's Compound helps buttd up resistance against such symptoms. Follow label dtrec- tlcms. Thousandn bene&t«dl Social Calendar TUESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. W. c. Colston entertaining G. N. B. Club. Tuesday Bridge Club will meet with Mrs. W. .C. Iligglnson. Mrs. J. Hants McCfllln will l)e hostess lo Double G. Club. Mrs. Victor Stilwell cnlei'tiilnlng lhc c>cln Urldgc Club. Lange Parent Teachers Assocln- tlon meeting at :i p.m. at Die school. Maple. Grove Cemetery Association will meet nt 2:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. j. D. Barksdnle on the mrfleld Hoail. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. , William Koch enlortninlng 400 Club al home of Mrs. William Vales. A. D. C. Club meeting wllh Mr.s William Dpien. Mrs. EIIBCUC Dickinson' ehlcr'lnin- Ing (he Wednesday Contract Cliib Town and Country Club will mctt with Mrs. O. W. McCiilchcn. Past M'ntrnns and Patrons Club will meet, 8 ij.ui., wilh -MM. iinl- elgh Sylvester. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. II. F. klrsrmer will be hoslcss lo Thursday Luncheon Club. Mld-Week Club will meet \vilh Mrs. AJ. O. Usrey. Mr::. William Uimbcri, will en- Icrtnlu Triple 'I"able Club. May Day .Breakfast will be held In social room .of First, Methodist Church. | Baptist Training Union, 100 per centers will have a hamburger supper, 8 o'clock, al First, Baptist Church. Mrs. Lynn Brown Is entertaining the Double Pour Club. C. and M. Birthday Club meetlnc at 7:30 p. m. with Mrs. R. F. Scrape. Blythevillc Woman's Club meeting nt club house fon a erne o'clock luncheon, FBI DAY'S EVENTS C.B.C. club meeting with Mrs. T. F. Jackson. i Learn Facts On Chronic Ailments FRKF, BOOK—Explains Relation To files-Colon Troubles IN THE NAVY "BUBBLES IN THE TANK" "JACK O'THE OUST" for " la " '" &.«, om "DOG IT DOWN" for (ie "for the favorite cigarette ^ „_ : • widt men in the Nivy STICK. TO CAMELS ! ' - THAT EXTRA MILDNESS AND FULL FLAVOR GET TOP RATWG WITH MEi FIRST Neglected lilies, fis,lula and colon troubles olicn spread.<' infection. Read nUout rlicumattc anil oilier chronic conditions. Wille today for 122-pflge FREE BOOK. Learn fads. McClcary Clinic, D522 Elins Blvd., Excelsior Springs, Mo. WHO DUMHIT? THEY SCRAM. Wtfff/WU With men in Ihe Navy, Coast Guard, Army, and Marines, the favorite cigarette is Camel. fBosed on actual soles records in Canteens and Post Exchanges.) 'Attention, Legionaires And Ex-Service Men PROGRAM for TUESDAY NITE Regulnr Meeting at 8 o'clock SOUND PICTURES AT 8: 30 "Anchors Aweigh" - - - Srilenillil backsrouiul scenes of Ihf Navy al .wa. Conrad ^Tlilb.iull sln«s (lie Navy souj. . "Target For Tonight" An accouni of an acliwl air raid by Hie Bomber Command of the Koyal Brlllsh ,\(r J'orcc. The picture begins with aerial phntograiilis of enemy territory brought back by reconnaissance planes. coinr.i thi> Mair planning, routine of preparing the bombers, getting wtallier rtport*, tnstracling the trews. anil Ihe. tension of ihp rvrntiif 1,-ikcofT. Tlie camera ilavs wiUi the Ijlg Wclllnglon bomber, named "V for Freddie," and Us crew of sx.' SHOWS actual bombing and results. K, fi u i, le i n (rouble, the witclfss opmlor wounded, the plane Leads for home. Hot Dogs And Coffee - AT THE LEGION HUT —8 P. M.TUESDAY DUD CASON POST NO. 24, AMERICAN LEGION •.MONDAY.'MAY \ 17, -1943;', Woman's Missionary "union mem- «K 'hnd an all-day prayer s"r» ce ay al ihe home of . taghtfooi enlcrlnlncil ti, e ?"'» Society. of. ClirWJaii a* * at Jier home;. n e .six nieinbcrs 'ml two vuton hea«l ,Mr. G n '! "•lean (five- the study. The tonic **. "Will a Man R<A God." ,>S | , • °° e « for refreshments. ' Wild horses existed in Euroue fate as ih c ic,,, century ' Masons To Meet Mn-soiilc Lodge,, No.. 134 .«'J|| mc el lonlelu for work In ihe B'.A l)e- Brce. Tills will be i>rcseiUed at the' Hall, on Second and-Main. W.O.^rVToMeet Wooclmcivor lhc World will mcel for Drill ami Lotl&c Tuesday night ul Die Hall on Serauii and'Main 1 There wlJJ idso lie initiation ot candidates. . . Mexican soldiers have named the Jeep for a song that has long been one of their favorites, "la Announcing Opening'of Memorial Park Cemetery Choice Lots Available For Informal ion Call Holt Funeral Home Phone 571 ' iimcement We ; have secured ihe services-of. David S. Gecldis, Sr., formerly of Si. Louis, as general manager of our shop Mr. Geddis tins hcen aclively engaged in floral work for many yeai's, hoth in St. Louis and Chicago, and is skilled in all phases or floral 'work—funeral, wedding, LOi'sagcs,' elc. The Flower Shop Glencoe Hotel Bide. ANYWHKTtE, ANY TIME Flume 49! K GtNUINE DECISTCRED "| • eepsake DIAMOND RING . FOR roars she bos longed for a ( diamond ring... remember the one you promised her? Now malcit h*r dreams com* true! A genuine registered "Keepcake" ; Diamond Ring is the finest gift ol all for a birthday, wedding "Keepioke" tEWES $200 | anniversary _or any other gttt .occasion, f Is the most ta- jmous name in diamonds, wilh .traditional quality and yaliw , through tire d«cad*a. The C*r- tificat* ol Guarantee and Reaia- 'tratton and the nationally estab- ilithed price on the tag are your protection against an unwise 'choice.: " _~ "' . " ( i Yon wiD find thbTstorVancx-' fpert and wtU-quallned advisor in the selection ol your Te*p|sake." Come In soon and M* .our extensive collection of met* famous rings.. to a wide rang* of prices. " "Keepsake* IENOIR $400 "Keepiolte* 'MARQUISE $100 For lasting joy give jewelry! AVe iiax'e a complete selection of x\(( suggestions for both boys and girls. Herrick's Jewelry Blythevllle ; K?nn«tt incurnchn" (The Cockroach). ' OAKI) or THANKS Just; • received Troiii our slate congressman, E. c. Onlhlnijs, lt cni;d_or prntse nnd congralulalloiis for our son wh'd Is "tii service, Pfc. Eddie R. Anderson, who recently left .from . Florida. for |>arls 1111''••••«• lo as. i sptid our thanks 1 0 ' congressman for hl.s remembrance of n boy.- from Ills own state.-Thanks for rending Die B|y. tlievllle Courier News. W. u Anderson nnd family Blylhevllle, Ark. Rt-USE YOUR SHORTENING Retain the melted shotlen- ing from your fryings, and u»e for additional fryings. HumKo, in this way, gives you" double and triple service. The Miracle In Permanent Waving! COM) RAY, tile modern, scientific wave, fits lical—No ia»- chincs. Drop in for Uelalls. MARGARET'S UKAUTY SHOf 104 S. First I'iioiie 25.12' III/ Contbuonj Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Slarts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 8:00 «,m. 12:45 pm. 4:30 p.m. Liisl Time Today 'Meanest Man in the World 1 with Jatk Benny anil I'riscilla- Lane. ; Paramounl News & Snlecfed Slioru' Tuesday & Wednesday""!;" H WAR BONDS •uv * BOND «s A SAL'UTC JO YOtm HMO IN StUVICt ROXY Birialn Nlfht Every Niffht FiMpV Saturday. Box Office Opens C:45 Show Starts 7:00 OnUnnem Shows Sat. »n« 8«n. Last Time Today 'How's About It' with flic Andrews Sisleri Fox News and Selected Shorts Tuesday & Wednesday AMERICA'S FAVORITI ROUGHNECKS! MONOCMM

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