The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 25, 1944 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, April 25, 1944
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-PAGE TWO BLYTHEVJLLB (AUK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, APRIL 25, 1944 College Students Feted Aj Supper and Bridge Stiree-girls home from college for the Spring holidays were compll- M^nted'last night when Miss Doris Muir entertained eight guests with a ivaffle supper followed by bridge, at'the home of her aunt, Mrs. H. HJH/yichins'.oii West Main. Guests of'; honor'were Miss Ha Rogers and Miss Ann Crook, both of whom are 'students at'Texas State College for Wtmien at Denton, and Miss Jettye C.l]ilr Huffman, a' student. at University of Mississippi, Oxford. •Tulips and other Spring flowers tofmed ah effective backgrotuid for tlip small table arranged In the living room.fof the bridge games. High score prize was received by Miss Rogera and/ second Wgh NT irfiss Bobble Ann Purvis.' ', . ; ;-'; : ..'»'•• • ; • • • !. Home' Economics Club EntertainsTriursclay T^femben'-. • of.', the Blytlievllle Home Economics.Club entertained wrili a^ formal tea .Thursday otler- )icjon at .'the., home economics collage ln;spcclai"compliment to the junior hfeh'school" girls'and fnc- iilty. ;i ;v . ; yiie"collage.was effectively dcc- outed with , mixed Spring flowers ivHHe -the jrefreshnient table was M[>fereci''wiinn May pole. Amelia ., Sallba,' president of the . clsb, Bculah Martin, .secretary, Eihily . p.;;Wi»>n, 'treasurer, and MJ-S. Freeman*•' Roblhsbh, sponsor, received , the ;-,.«>. guests and 40 members who ! attended. Circle Meetings Held &'dirVen,,p(.,Vthe , First , Baptist Clwrclv-, Missionary/ Union met , lii cifcle groups ..yesterday afternoon 1 wjjen.. various : . members entertained iiii their. Homes.- Eight members of Circle One met \yith Mrs. Murray Smhrt, when Mrs. Bito Barnes .gave the devotlontil, by Mks Cordelia Wllh ite. Mrs. Smart taught the Bl- Me^study course .'and the, meeting closed -:with prayer! -Refreshments wve^served. during the 'social hour. • Circle , Two meVwith Mrs. J. P. Friend with 10 members present. Pijtyer ', was offered by 'Mrs. 'Ebb ; Ciyspn, Mre.-.E. T. Blomeyer taught, the study ' course and Mrs. Ted K.kig.-gave.the--closlng prayer. Tlie licfetess served refreshment.;. , ; . :Mrs. Theodore Logan entertained 12- members; of circle .Three, when Mfs, Ray Head gave' the devotional,! fopow.?d-by .prayer .by Mrs..H. L. Chambers Mrs H H Brooks taught the study course and Mrs Logan dlsnUssed the group -nith prajer Refreshments, were served during the social hodr Circle Pour met with Mrs Bob Copland when eight members were Mrs-o V Dans gave the Malt Monaghan Exexculive Board Meets The executive board of the Women's Council of First clirisllan Church met yesterday at Hie home of Mrs. B. P. Brogdon Jr., with Nfrs. Brogdon In charge of the devotional taken from the 23rd Psalm. Sentence prayers, opened by Mrs. R. S. Balrd and closed by Mrs. Urogdoh, concluded the" devotional period. . . Current business was discuseed and recommendations were made for presentation to Ihe council. Announcement ako was mode that this church will be host church nt the service tonight at the post chapel. The Brotherhood Convocation will tie held May 8 and 0 at Linden Avenue Christian Clmrch IK Memphis, when members of the Ipenl church arc Invited to attend. The meeting closed wllh the missionary benediction. ^ Refreshments were served'during the social hour. ; '. * * * • - • ' ' • ' Methodists Have Meet ., ; Mrs. Oeorge Shanks , gave •Ulie devotional on "Your Life Is AVhnt You Make It", when members 6f the Women's Society of Christian Service of Lake Street Methodist Church met yesterday afternoon at the church. Prayer was offered by Mrs. George Crews nnd Mrs. Joe Strickland read Hie scripture from the book, "Christian Living". Mrs. W. L. Green presided'over tlie business meeting and Mrs. Bates Sturdy dismissed the' II members present with prayer. * • • Dora Bern ice Wylie Celebrates Birthday Dom Bcrntcc Wylle, celebrated her sxlth blrlhclay yesterday afternoon when she invited 20 ot her young friends to a party at the home of her parents, Mr. mid Mrs. H. W. Wylle oh West Main. Games anil contests occupied the children for several hours, and each young guest was presented with n toy as a favor. After the birthday .gills litid been opened, refreshments of -Ice erenm mul birthday cake were; served. Mrs. Hamlett Dies Mrs. Carey Hamlett, former Blytheville resident nnd sister of the late BUI Crowder, died Sunday at her home In St. Louis She was 54. Funeral services will be held Thursday afternoon, 2 o'clock,'at Cobb Funeral Koine, with buriut at Maple Grove Cemetery Three-Way Stretch h when' you 1 • want a fabric wrap , <« Uke (he chill 11 out ot the air, ;thls 'eye-Mtchlng . tunic coat , Will do (hat and dramatize ] your looks, too. •|A three-purpose '*" tO»tf ihU I-New .York ^ *, 'ereajlpiv ot brdvyn striped f'Jtravat silk with a tie-on 1 1 suh and a ,/ull skirt toes jp, equally ^ f /well with a ; daytime outni/ j ^ an evening , town or dinner i-^ slacks/ Bits of News Mostly Personal Keeping Up With The Men In Service 'Ace Gets Shakes' . Johnson "gave " Die 'closing prpyer Mrs Capeland -sened ic Mrs Joe McPall has hostess fo ij-roembers of circle jl ve when Mrs W J Hodgers opened the meeting with prayer Mrs Waiter Bishop taught the study course and prayers v, ere given by Mr; Warren and Mis Jolm Buchanan A social hqur followed Ihe program, «hen refreshments were «ened ! - . . Study Course Concluded Members of the Women's Society of ^Christian Service of First Melli- fchst .Church met yesterday afternoon at the church, when Mrs L- E Baker presided in the ab- 'efice of the president, MIS James Hul Ji Mrs 0 L Wylle presei ' < -^ chapter "Inspiration of Won j tt-Ken (rom the book, 'For /U of Life," and Mn, Baker gave the final , chapter x on 'All of Life for Christ • to conclude the sti,dy of this book ' " l Members joined In singing the hymn '-Take Time to be Holy accompanied on the piano by Mrs Hilsh.WhllsItt, end the group was dismissed with the repetition ot .he Lord's Prayer. Maj. Richard R. Bong, Army Air Forces' "ace of nces," has no time to be jittery during combat but "gels the shakes when it's all over," according to his attractive sister, Nelda, above. The Poplar, Wis., flyer's sister , works for a steamship line at i- — .Wilminolon. Calif. ....^_ Promotion of Thomas IT. man, .son of Mrs. T. H. Chapman of 1125 Holly Sired, Blythevllle, to the grade of corporal has been announced by n sixth All- Force Air Depot Headquarters In Ihc Panama Cnnnl Department. Corporal Chapman, who wns Inducted nt Camp Robinson. Ark., in June, 1942, was a mechanic nnd service station operator prior lo entering the arnied forces. He has n brother, Tech. Sergt. B. R Chapman, who Is stationed In Texas. Pfc. Claud Drllcy has noltfied his wife of his arrival In England, where he Is with the Military Police. Mrs. .Briley and their Infant daughter are making their, home lii Blythevllle while Private Briley Is In service overseas. > Oren O. Ooff. . son of Mr. and Mrs. R. 0. doff of 924 South Clark Blylhevllie, has been transferred to » Navy blimp squadron ns n crew member after completing a three months' lighter- than- nil- course at the U. S. Naval Air Station at Lakehurst. N. J. Mr. Golf is nn aviation machinist's mnte third class. 8ia/r Sergt. Pl)|| Dross, who has been taking an InsiructorR course In aerial gunnery at Port Meyers, Fla., has been transferred loPticblo Colo. Mrs. Dross, and their young son, Plill III, nre In'Colorado with him. Ernest Roush, son of Mr. and Mr;; O. A. Raush, reported Friday for duty with the Navy. Mr. Roiish, who tins been employed In Wilson prior to entering the Navy, lias moved his wife "and son to Blytho- vllle where they will make their home for the duration. COURIER --; NEWS ^CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS GET THE JOB DONE! Lois Eich Leads Honor Students At High School Lois Eich. led Dlytheville high ichool honor roll for the second six weeks, with nil average of 14*5 pdlnls. Betty WpocLion was second with 13'i, followed by Betty Black wllh 13->i .Mary Frances Nunn 13". and J. w. Rodcn, 13K. Others making the honor roll, with the number of points each sliufcut scored are: Marilyn Deen, 125;: Vannyc-Whltley, 12',-'.: Julia Woodson, 12 !ji; Hatr v Carter Parr, U",: Shirley Barlmm, ]2!i: Praji- ces ahoiise, 12V» : Gertrude Hoover, ITI: Mnrily;i Hldmnti, 12: Patsy Trnvis, 11: Chester Caldwell, I0-)i: Mnrj; Ann Smith, 1071: Pi-anccs Field, 10!5: Ann Weedmnn, idM: Saminye Ferguson, 10 1 /,:' Wanda Bartintn; -10: p n ni.-; BiijarskL, 10' Mary mickcf Moofe, '1o.' ^ . ?*' V.." ^oc Sftliba; C'i: Snm 'turn 9',i- Emily WJ.xson. 9'.!: Mary Lynn Beaii, Q'/i: Bculnh Hawkins, 9: Stewart Gurley, 9: Richard Town- !ey, &?,: Jean Moore, 85;: Nancy Paitlow, 8',i: Ruth Softy, 3", • Thoiniu Bell, s 1 !; J. D. &f c Le«I, 8K: Jimmy Pnrnell, 8',i: Evelyn Beard. 8: Oswald Rainey, 8: Irma Rice, Ti: T. J. Hansard, 7'A- Jim Gates. 7',-i: George Pollock, 7'.i: Owen Ilnrrlson. 7!i. Those receiving honorable mention for the term are: Betty Lou Atkins, Nema Burks, Dan Caldwell, JnnnUa Evans, Joe Ferguson Christine Flantgfin, Mnry Grny, Sttinley Ifood. Snra Grace Joyncr, Bryce Lnyson, Martha Ann Llnt- zenlch. Beckey McCnll, Nancy Mc- GiU. Alice McGregor, Mildred Meador, Louise ^tllllill5, Doris Pipkin. Mae Belli Rodgers, Sife Richardson, Jo e Ann Shanks Jane Sliced, Wilma stone, Hn! Tliomp- son and Charles Warren. , Mr. and Mrs. James Shamlin of Denver. Colo.. n:id Raymond Sham- )ln of San Francisco, left yesterday for their homes after a visit with relatives here. Mr. and Mis. James Shamlin were guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Shamlin, while Mr, and Mrs. Raymond Shtimlln and Ihelr daughter, Glcnda, have been visiting Mrs, Slinmlin's parents. Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Ronsch and family. Mrs. Raymond Shamlin and Olenda remained for a olngcr visit with her family, remaining especially to, be with her mother, who is recuperating from a serious illness. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. McKeiw.le had as their guests Sunday, Staff Sergt. and Mrs, John dray, who were en- route from Gulfporl, Miss,, lo Sergeant Gray's new post at Scott Field, III. Mis, Gray Is the former Miss Amanda Thrasher. Judge E. H. Tharpe of Walnut Ridge spent Ihe week end here as Hie guest, of friends. : Mrs. W. M. McKcn/.ie is able to be out after an Illness o[ several weeks. Mrs. H. D. Lyle ami daughter have returned to their home In Hum- boldl, Tcnn., after a week's visit with Mrs. Lyle's father, R, J, Collier and other relatives. ' Mrs. Lee Duncan lias returned from the west coast where she has spent the past 11 months with Staff Sergeant Duncan of the Air Corps. Sergeant Duncan has gone on foreign duty. Pfc, Waller Collier has returned lo Canip Shelby, Miss., after spending a 14-day furlough with Ms father, R. J. Collier and other relatives. Private Collier Is a member of Company "M" and has recently returned after 32 mbnlhs service out of the states. . .• • • Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Moon left yesterday for Rochester, Minn., where they will undergo exftminntion at Mayo's Clinic' Mrs. Joe Pomoroy of Memphis is spending the week here as the guest of her sister, Mis. E. M. Eaton and family. Victor Stilwell has returned to Memphis to be witli Mrs, Stilwell nnd their infant son, Philip Ray. The baby, who recently underwent MEXSANA iOOIHIHG MiDICAUP POWDfH DRS. NIES & NIES OSTFOPATH/C PHYSICIANS RECTAL DISEASES a SPECIALTY (EXCEPT CANCER) OFFICE HOURS: 8:00-12:00 and 1:30-5:00 Clinic 514 Main Blytherille, Ark. Phone 2921 WARNING ORDER Iivtiie Chancery Court, Chlckasaw- ba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. James A. Walker, Plaintiff, 'vs. No. 8582 Vera E. Walker, Defendant, i The defendant Vcra E. Walker, is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the caption hereof and answer the complaint of the plalnlltt James A Walker. Dated this 27 day of March, 1944 ; ' : HARVEY MORRIS, Clerk . '.', By Don's Muir, D. C. Percy A. Wright, Atty. for Pltf. C,|flj|de P. Co>per, Atty. ad Litem. ;'-?f ' ,'•';'• :; ' ''•' l '•'.$14-11-18-25 an"oji(ira^l6Tir-rr' T IHr|JlUHiH'J' and they hope to •|]*;.>abtec.tO" x rel l um home the latter partr 6f thlsT^pek. Mr. and Mrs. J. Nick Thomas of Ifopklnsvllle, Kj'., nnd Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Spain and son, Nicky of SI. Louis, 'who have been Ihe guests of Mr. and Mrs, 'Hubert Potter for several days, left yesterday for Memphis for n short visit with Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Nick Thomas Jr.. and family, before re turning to their home. The Rev. D. c. Hindman left today for Kansas City, Mo., where he will attend for a week the conference of the Methodist Church and visit relatives while there. Mr. and Mrs. Don S. Haley spent today In f'lggolt, Ark. Sam Lum, who underwent an np- pcndeclomy Saturday at Blylhevllie Hospital, wns rfsllng well today H. U. "Skcet" Stout, who fractured his hip in a fall Thursday, underwent an operation at Blylhe- ville Hospilal yesterday when he was placed In a cast. His condition this morning was satisfactory. Lieut, find Mrs. R. F. Keathley. d Ueut. Warren Losse spent the weekend In Memphis as guests of Mrs. Keathley's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. c. Thompson. Miss Jellyc clali- Huffman re- lurned this afternoon to University of Mississlpl, oxford, after n brief visit here with her.-parents Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Huffman. Business Women Meet "Sustaining The Home Front" was WARNING ORDER The defendant, Wyse Perry Is hereby warned lo appear within Thirty (30) days and answer Ihc complaint filed against him by W. M. Burns in the Common Pleas Court for the Chlckasawba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas Witness my hand and seal as such Clerk this the 3rd day of April 1941 HARVEY MORRIS, Clerk ' (Seal) 4|4-ll-18-25 WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court, CHICKASAWBA DISTRICT, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Eniest Fowler, Plaintiff, , VS. No. 8618 Mary Fowler, Defendant. The defendant, i Mary Fowler, is hereby warned to appear within fhirty diiys in the court named In Ihe caption hereof and answer the complaint of 'the plaintiff, Ernest Fowler. Dated this n dny of April, 1044. HARVEY MORRIS, Clerk By Doris Muir, D. C. Holland & Taylor, Attys. for Pltf. J. Graham Sudbury, Atty. nd IJtem. 4J18-25-5J2-8 NOTICE Letters of Administration mjon the estate of w. A. Pickard, Sr de- ccnsed, were granted to the undersigned on the 1st day of April, 1944 by the Probate Court for the Chick-' astiwba District of Mississippi County, Arkansas. All persons having; claims against said estate arc required to exhibit them, properly authenticated for allowance, to the undersigned, as administratrix of said estale, before the end of one year from the date of the granting of the. letters upon said estate, and if such claims nre not-presentee), they will be forever barred. Dated this 31st day of March 1944 LUCILLE PICKARD Administratrix of estate of W. A. Pickard, Sr., Deceased. 4-11-18-25-5(2-3 Mother's FiienS helps bring'ease and comfort to expectant mothers. M OTHER'S FRIEND, an exquisitely pre- |mr«l emollient. Is useful In all condl- tlons where a blanrl, mild anodyne massage medium lu skin lubrication Is Ue- slrert. One condition In which women for more than 70 years have used it Is an application for massaging the body during pregnancy ... It-helps keep the skin Eolt and pliable ... thus avoiding unnecessary discomfort tlue to dryness antl tightness. It refreshes and tones the silil. An Idea! massage application for the numb, tingling or burning sensations of thr- skin — for the tired back muscles or cramp-like pains In the Ices. Quickly absorbed. Delightful to use, Mother's Friend' Irishly Draisc-4 by uacra, many doctors HTIC tmraea. Just usk any druRKwt for Mmleri Friend— the akin lubricant. Try il lontiiit We Pay HIGHEST CASH PRICES For CLEAN USED CARS See Us Today! PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. Tel. «J Walnut at Sill gj < iLnirsiiiii; Smcil girls are ot fastidious about their shoes as they are about Irierr "undies." They know (hat having.Iwo pair for : a change every day, gives them fo&t IrcihneiJ, dalnti- % nesi, and more than twice the wear. Store Closed Each Wednesday Afternoon W P LOVlEfr A*} Hi HITIE?S - 3K Ml O E 3B ^ - t~»00|MP3V TOO/ the topic for discussion lost nlgh't when members of Business anil Prol- fesslonal Cliib met nt Hotel Noble with Miss Louise Simon In charge. Assisting Miss Simon on her program were Miss Warren Foster who discussed the value of exercise for the business woman in keeping nt for work on the home front, and Dr. Edna Nles who chose as her subject, "Beauty From Within." Lieut. Margaret Tryggescth, Army nurse from the Blytlieville Army Air Field, was a guest for this affair. Asks Red Cross Knitters To Turn In New Garments Mrs. C. V/. Affllck, knitting clmirmnn for Chicknsawba District ot the American Red Cross, today asked that all persons in the district having completed garments return them to her this week as slip plan to make a shipment, to headquarters the latter part, of the week. Any person having knitting needles belonging to the Red Crass which they arc not now using, also were asked to return Diem to Mrs. Afllick, as she Is In need of needles (o furnish people who now are knitting. At the Hospitals lllyllievillc Hospital Admitted: IDelores Stutts, Manila. Bom to Mr. and Mrs. I,. A. Ifardin, Armorel, a daughter last nielli. Memphis Methodist Hospital Admitted: Curtis Dtnven, Dell. Walls Hospital Admitted- Tom Sisson, Marslon, Mo. Harry L. Samson, clly. Mrs. R. L. Simpson, city. Mrs. Andrew Cox. Hixora. Born lo Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Wheeler, Holland. Mo., a daughter last night. Dismissed— Lillie Ruth Byars, Rt. 2, city. Robert Hall. Porlngevillc, Mo. J. H. Mnnlcy, Yarln-o. J. A. Jamicson. Rt. city AT FIRST 666 TABLETS. SALVt NOSC BROW If You Suffer'PERIODIC' FEMALE PAIN With Its Weak, ' '• Cranky, Nervous Feelings If at such times yon, like so many women ond girls suffer from cramps, headaches, backache, iieivons tired feelings, arc a Vilt bUic—due to functional monthly disturbances— ' Start' nt once—try Lydln E.-Plnk- nama Vegetable;Compound to relieve such.symptoms. It':t /amous not only to help relieve monthly pnln but also nccomn.inylne tired, weat. nervous feel- Inys of this nature. This Is Because of Its sootning ellect on one or WOMAN'S MOST IMPORTANT CUCHNS. Taken regularly — I'inkham'a Compound helps buna lip resistance against such syma- toms. Follow label directions. LYDfA E. THE TERMITE AND PEST CONTROL CO. Master Exterminators Allen Biddle, Manager Free Inspection & Estimates GofT Holel Phone 2028 MARGARET'S BEAUTY RBOP 104 B. First Phone 2532 Bring Us Your Beauty Problems Enaiaa By AppolaloMat BINGO Catholic Hall Thursday April 27th, 8 p. m. Adm. 3Sc Benefit of Altar Society CHECKER TOURNAMENT will be brlil nl Hip LEGION HUT THURSDAY April 27th, 8 p. m. . . . Anyone wishing to compete call John Foster at the Police Station. > Coming Event* . i WEDNESDAY Mrs. J. A. Ellis entertaining Town and Cotmtry club. Mrs. Baker Wilson entertaining Wednesday Bridge Club, Wednesday Contract club meet- Ing wllh Mrs. Paul Pryor. Mrs. William Young entertaining A. D. C, Clul). Mrs. Tim Estcs entertaining 400 Club. Chapter "D", P. E. o., ineeling for Red Cross sewing with Mrs. Marlon Williams, 1300 West Main, 9:30 ft m THURSDAY ' ' Mrs. A. G. Little entertaining Thursday Ltinclitoii Clul). Mrs.. Cecil Shane entei'tainlnK Mld-Week Club. Double Four Club meeting with Mrs. W. n. Carroll. i _. Club Eight meeting with Mrs H. O. Partlow. Thursday Contract Club ineellnp klt.h Mrs. O. W. McCwlchen. Mrs. C. J. Little wilerUiliiiri'' c. B. 0. Club. FRIDAY Mrs. W. M. McKenzle cntevtnhi- ing Friday Liinclieon club. HEAR "REPORT TO THE NATION" jvery week this New Time 9:30 P. ; M. WEDNESDAY CBS Ncl Work Don't Miss It! ARK-MO POWBK CO. The Gift Shop I Modern and Antique Gifts COSMETICS BABY GIFTS GREETING CARDS NOVELTIES A Gift For Kvtt-ykotly Ingram Bldg. riionc 2JJS4 : MOSS BRYAN Continuous Show* Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 , .Show Starts 2:00 . LISTEN TO KLCN ; »:flfl a.m. 12:45 p.m. 1.-3B pjn . Tuesday AUNIVEJSAt HOUSE IB 1 Selected short subjects. , Wednesday Thursday and Friday Paramount N'eivs anil March of Time ROXY Matinees Sat. & Sun. Only Openi each eight 6:30; Start, 6:43 Opens Sooday 1:00; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. »nrl Son, Barpiin Night Every Night Except Saturday. No p»sgf* honored on Sundij &i v Ihe Roiy. . Tuesday & Wednesday TraitorWithin' nltli Ponalil Berry nnrl Jeau Parker ' Selected Short Subject

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