The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 10, 1944 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 10, 1944
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jfAGE TWO -,vi BLYTIiEVILLE, (AUK.) COURIER 'NEWS WEDNESDAY, MAY 10, 19-14 Officers Are Installed At Luncheon Yesterday '' - v f Si_x % teen ^members of the Clurle- volji Chap'ter ol the Daughters of the- American Revolution was present; yesterday'afternoon when Miss CprjcieHs ^Wlihlte and Mrs 1 . R. C Rose entertained.with a 1 o'clock luncheon-at Hotel' Noble. TJie centerpiece for-the luncheon table 1 -was':,formed;of pink peonies arranged in a blue" bow! Following luncheon members met in )he Colonial Room of the hotel where, following, the salute to the flng, surf the D. A. R. ritual, MrJ.: C. C. Langs'ton presented a program on .."Captain.'Mollle.Pit- cher." Cjf fleers'fo¥ the coming year were installed, by .'Mrs, James B. Clark as follows: Mrs. C. R. Perm, regent ;'Mrs ; . F. B. Joyner, vice regent; Mrs. J. L,.Cherry, recording- secretary; -Mrs, :H. W. Wylie, corresponding . secretary; •'. Mrs. C. F |Tuckei, registrar; Miss Cordelia Wlihltc, 'treasurer; :Mrs. Aubrey Comvay, custodian.. and Mrs, James Hill jr.. historian. Mrs James B Clark was appointed parliamentarian aud Mrs. A.'M. R. Branson, chaplain. 1 ' .'•• «.•:" Co.mpljmented At.Shower Mrs.-E. Ii. Bloodgood entertained.'with' a 'surprise shower this aft&iiobiv'at h'er home on Davis Avavue.'in special compliment to Mrs. Paul Bovyn. -Pink roses were arranged throughout the entertaining rooms where guests spent the 'afternoon informally. • The .hostess served; a dessert coijrse. . '-.'!'- "f • '.'. ' * • • Bridge Party Is Given Fred roses decorated the living roofii of the V. G. Holland home lasl'. night- when Mrs.. Sanford .Boone entertained, members of the Double G Club and two guests, Miss Mafy Josephine ' Hall and Mrs. Jarjjes Lee Brooks', for an evening of bridge.. . .'-'.:'"•••• Mrs..J. Farris McCalls/recelved. high score prize: a nd Miss Frn nces Litjje was second high. isandwich plate'with Iced drinks was" served.'"• G|. B, Mrs. - John Tyrone entertained, members of the G.N.B. Club lust night al her-home, when bunco waf played during: the evening. . Spring flowers decorated the Hv- ingaroom of the house, where the small tables were arranged for the garKes. ijrs Harold Meek received bun,T comprize, Mrs Byron LNall, high score prize and Mrs H C, Blan- Xerfship, low score award yjs.indnjch plnte Rlth Iced drinks wassened ' ~ * * • LarNeuve Club Entertained XJrs Coleman Steven? Jr, and Mrs G O Caudlll Jr, of S'^ele, -Mar. were: guests of Mrs.. Melvin Ha^ell last night when she entertained members of La Neuve Club at *er home on West Walnut. . Hoses and-peonies decorated the Pita-taming rooms of the house Sjr<; M N Young received defense stamps for high score among club members with Mrs Richard Blatid Logan Jr. second high Mrs Stcjens received high guest prize! A, salad course was served. -: At tiie Hospitals -i -Biytlievllle Hospital Admitted— ' Jack Warren, city. Dismissed— Mrs. B. C. Barber, Dell. Anita Kay LaFerney, city. £ AValls Hojpilal Admitted- Mrs H." M.' Connelly, city. ^Memphis Methodist Hospital Mary Alice Slultle. Wilson. Aviation Cadel Walter L«e Butler, son of W. L. Butler of Blylhe- vllio, recently has completed lits primary training at (he Naval Atr Station, Dallas. Texas, and has been ordered to the Nnval Air Station, Pensacola, Fla., where he will continue his basic and advanced training work. Upon completion ot this course he will be awarded his wings mid-commissioned as n naval nvlalor. He formerly attended Mtsco litgh school ttt West Ridge anci Lc- rlanto high school. Lepanto, Ark. I Bluejacket Robert, W. Hucy, whose wife makes on her home on ru. 1, Blythevllle, has received recognition as eligible t 0 qualify .for the Itctty officer rate of signalman third class in recent graduation - exercises at Naval Training School at University of'Illinois, Urbana. 111. He now Is awaiting active duly orders to sea or to some shore station. I Pfe. Herbert L. Kinlnmonlh has rirrlral In India, where he Is with the Army Air Forces, according to information received by his mother, Mrs. Rosn Klniilnmontli of niylhe- vllle. J Staff Sergeant cirovcr Prazlcr, son of Mr. and Mrs, W. L, Frnzlcr of Luxora. an ( | husband of Mrs. Grovcr Frazier. who also makes her home near Luxora, has been overseas : with (he infantry, stationed somewhere In the Southwest Pacific- for,the past two years. He formerly was employed at Jay . Eich Chevrolet Company In Blylhovillc before entering tlie armed forces. ; Staff Scrgt. James H. Frnzlcr, another,son of Mr. and Mrs.'W. L-. Frailer., now is in North Ireland whcr c he is a mechanic with the Army Air Forces. Tic'has been overseas since December, W43. After a 38-day convalescent leave, Pfc. Kenneth Lawson, son of Mr. and Mrs, Harry Lawson of near Armorel, has returned to his base in San Diego. He was In the South Pacific 17 months, when he participated In several battles, Including (hose on Bougnlnvlllc, New Caledonia and Guadalcanal. On Bougainville he was seriously Injured when run over by n track which he was attempting to board. Mr. and Mrs. Lawson also have another son. Elton Lawson, who is with the Military Police in Sicily. Staff Sergt. George'E. Sites, grandson of S. P. Grimes, has arrived in England. He formerly was employed al Tom Little Chevrolet Company. Rabinof Concert To Attract Many- Lovers Of-Music Music- lovers of Blytheville arc looking forward to the appearance Friday night of Bcnno Rabinof, one of the greatest American violinists, and Miss Sylvia Smith, pianist, who will appear In a concert presentation at the high school auditorium. Sponsored by members ot the high school glee club and band, tickets for the concert.are available from nny member of these organizations. A feature of the program will be Mr. Rnblnof's presentation of Krelslcr's 'arrangement of Schubert's "Avc Maria", while Miss Smith will be heard Irr Gershwin's "liapsody nl Blue". Dolli Mr. Rnbmof and Miss Smith are nationally famous artists, as he wns: formerly n -student under Leopold Ancr, who taught Heifitu, and Miss Smith studied under famous pianists in New York before making her debut in Paris In 1397 Bits of News* IMostly, Personal Mr. and Mrs. Don Haley had ns their weekend guests Mrs. Haley's brother, Wert Akin and Mrs. Akin of Joncsboro, and her sister, Mrs. iVfabel Jackson of Blownh. Mr. and Mrs. Donald V. Colo and daughter. Susan Hayc, of Centralia, Mo., and visiting: Mrs. Cole's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Whitworth and family. Sergl. Clyde G. Perry, who has been spending a 10-day furlough here with his mother, Mrs. Clara Perry and other relatives, left yesterday for his station at Camp Abbott, Ore. This was his first visit home since entering the Army a year ago. Another son of Mrs. Perry, Blande Perry of Little Rock, who spent last week here with his 'Bafts' Koberts Home From Camp Campbell .Home on furlough for a few days before reluming lo duly. Tech. Ecrgt, James "Babs" Roberts, former grid star with Alabama's Crimson Tide, today paid visits to his home town friends. As n lad. "Babs" carried a paper route tor the courier News but his newspaper career was quickly terminated in favor of the gridiron where young Roberts was a talented (reformer even in lib Junior High Scliool dys. During the tenure of Couch Carney Lnslic who guided the Cliicks to sensational successes back in 1935 and 19;iC, "Dabs" attracted the nttenllon ol Northeast. Arkansas sports fans and ns n re- siilt Coach Thomas of Alabama : MARGARET'S : BEAUTY SHOP IM & rjrrt Phone 2532 - Bring Us Your ; Beauty Problems '' By Apjwfatment DANCE t^ursday — Friday — ;And Saturday Nights J9.-30 to I VClock \ln the Beautiful \ Blue Room i ; of the IHOTEL NOBLE 65c Incl. Tax lured him into (lie Crimson livery when he finished his high school career. Sergeant Roberts performed brilliantly for llio ,Tiilc BS an-end in 1942 when he served' us co-' caplaln. The toughness he acquired on the gridiron and also as one of the MldSoulh's most promising 1 amateur boxers has served Sergeant Hoberls welt, for he now is In the Armored Division svhere toughness Is the first vulc or success. He is stationed at Camp Campbell, Ky. Whll e in Blylhcvllle he Is the guest of his mother, Mrs. Laura Roberts, and his brother. Dick Roberts "nnd family. His V.ife and daughter, Ann Cecilia Robert?;, are making their home at Tuscaloosa. Ala., while Sergeant Roberts Is In .service. mother nnd brother. Sergeant per ry, also returned home yesterday Mrs. W. F. Brewer lelt today for Enid, Okla., wliere she will spend two weeks with her sister, Mrs Lucy J. Kiebler and family. She Is going over especially lo attend the wedding of her nephew, William D. Klebler. Mr. and Mrs. Verlln B. Utlioft of Charleston, Mo., recently have moved to Blylhevllle. whore they are making ihelr home at 410 South First. Miss George Ann.Slilwell Is m at Ihe home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs, George Stllwell on Kentucky Avenue. Miss Amelia Modlnger and Miss Mamlle Modinger spent today In Memphis. diaries Lltlle is III of malaria at the home of lib parents, Major and Mrs. c. J. Little on Highway 01, North. Chester Caldwcll, James H. Bell H. L. Sherrick, W. J. Wimderllch mid E. R. Mason returned yeslerr day afternoon from Lillle Rock where they had attended the Arkansas Lion's Club convention. Mrs. BeiT v B. Brooks Jr., Mrs Lloyd Fredcndall, Mrs. Eugene Me- Olnley, Miss Willie c. Johnson aud Mrs. John Ford Barbec, all of Memphis, and Mrs. Hampton Watson of Jonesboro, spent yesterday in niylhevlUc an the guests of Mrs. Alton Walton and Moss Bryan. Mrs. Wnlton Is (lie mother of Mrs Brooks and (lie sister of Mrs. Watson. Mrs. McGtnley, wife of the colonel of (lie genera! staff In Memphis, Is Ihe former Miss Peggy Marlin, who has previously been a guest of her uncle, the late Dr. S. P. Martin and family. Mrs. Frcdemlall Is u,c wife of Lieutenant General Fredcndall of the Second Army, who participated In the Invasion of Africa. Mr. and Mrs. If. S. Green and Mr. nnd Mrs. W. B. McAfee of Memphis were the weekend gucsls of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Burks Tliey came especially to be with Mrs. Roland Warringlon, who Is ill al Blytheville Hospital. Mrs. Warring- Ion's condition Is satisfactory. Mrs. W. H. Stovall will leave tomorrow for Faycttevllle where she will spend several clays with her son, Bill, who is a student at the University there. She is going up especially to allcnd the Spring formal of Phi Kappa Alpha fraternity or which Bill is president. Sergt. and Mrs. Joe Lee Yeager and daughter, Jo, are dividing their two weeks furlough between Sergeant Yeager's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Yeager of Steele, and Mrs. Yeager's parents, Mr. and Mrs. James T.. Brackln of Blytheville. They arrived Sunday from Ashe- villc, N, c., where Sergeant Yeager is stationed with the Army Air Forces Hcndquarlcrs, Weather Wing. Scrgt. and Mrs. James M. Elslander of Driver are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Whitworin and family. Sergeant Elslander is spending a 15-day furlough in Driver with his wife and lik parents, after having-recently completed a special course ol training at Orlanda. Fla., following several months service in the Aleutians. Read Courier netra waul tdt Find Help For Itch ' ' of Simple Skin Rashes n'lwntorturingilchofBimplojkinraaliM Elingg and smarts, get quick relief with Mcrsarm, (ho soothing, mcdiculed powder with ingredients often used by runny EuccmliBta. Sprinklo cm tender irritated Bkm and enjoy cooling, noothini! relief Big oupply costs lilllo. Get Mexsana For the Prettiest ROSE of All! Telegraph Orders Civcn Immediate Attention! Sunday, May 14th—Remember Mother With Flowers! Flowers are as important to Mother's Day as a gayly lighted tree is to Chmtma-s! Remember your Mother! Choose from our fresh new stocks of cut-flowers and potted plants . . . Corsages especially designed for Mother For Best Selection-Place Orders Early The Flower Shop Hotel GIcucoo Bldg. Member P. T. D. Phone -Ml— Nitcs 27>17 Cubs and Dads Attend Banquet Here Last Night Cub Scouts o! Pack Four ot Dly- thevlllc were hosts to their fulhers when they entertained with u dinner party last night at the First Methodist Church. Auproxlntfltdy 110 Cubs and their duels were present. The Rev. S. n. Wilford, pastor o£ the church which sponsors the puck, served 'as tcastmastcr. Philip J. Deer presented the awards to the Cubs, and O. P." Halney. district commissioner, and A. Carlson ot Tiumanii, president of the Eastern Arkansas Council of the Boy Scouts of America, talked briefly. • Ward Akers of Joncshoro, wont, executive, was Ihe principal speaker. Each of the four dens presented a brief skit as n feature of the evening's entertainment. The Tour den mothers, Mrs. Mnx B. Held, Mrs. P. G. Luckmann, Mr.-.. Shields Edwards and Mrs. W. A. Halchett, were in charge of ar- rnnjjpmenls for the dinner. Coming Eventi THURSDAY Thursday Luncheon Cluh meeting with Mrs. Byron, Mrs. G. G. Ciuidlll entertaining Thursday Contract Club. Mrs. J. Louis Cherry entertaining Mid-Week Bridge Cluh. Flrit Presbyterian Church - entertaining will) reception at the church from B to 10 p. m., compli- titiiu! the Hcv. nnd Mrs. Harvey T. Kidd. FIUDAY Friday Luncheon Club meeting with Mrs. James Hill Jr. Mrs. M. S. Yales entertaining 400 Club. Mrs. Fred Boyett entertaining Initial Club. Mrs. Ross Moore entertaining C. B. C. Club. Meetings Chicknsnwba Lodge No. 134, P. & A. M. will-meet tomorrow night, 7:30 o'clock, at the hall. A business meeting will be held nnd the -Jlrst degree will be conferred. The Gift Shop Modern and Antique Gifts COSMETICS BABY GIFTS GREETING CARDS NOVELTIES A Gift For Everybody Ingram Bid?. Phone 2251 MOSS BRYAN Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KtCN 1:88 *.m. 12:43 p.m. 4:39 pjL | Wednesday & Thursday Friday M-G-M presentt - * GREER GARSON WALTER P1DGEQN MR - & MRS. MINIVER TOGETHER AGAIN IN ANOTHER SCREEN HIT! Paramount News and Sclcclcd Sborf Subjects. ROXY Matinees Sat. * Sun. Only Open] each night 6:30; SUrls G-.45 Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:15 Contlnnons Shows Sat. »nd Son. arsata Night Every Night Enrept Saturday. No p»ss« honored nn Buoixj at the Roiy. Last Time Today j—^_as:_i; ffirnr^^ii THEPURpyty -_„„«= Selected Short Subjects Thursday and Friday 'Home Furnishings Moderately Priced" M-VJ:>" " /-r. -V ••';.'.'•- • £'£/V \ ' J' f ' •<•> \ V / This Beautiful Gold Frame, lievcled Edge I'lale Glass Mirror is '10 x 30 inches in size. The overall size is 'Ifi x 3(i inches. It has been received by our customers as (he heal value they have found. You G-M*J Eft have doubtless wanted just such a mirror. Priced right at $1l«0w Same size Beveled Edge Mirror, in genuine Mahogany frame , . $50 Another Mirror Same Size, Gold Frame 54,50 34x26 Gold Frame, Oval Mirror 17.50 28 inch Round Framed Mirror.. 24.75 Other Plate Glass Mirrors 7.45-29.75 i Cr41;;-:*"-"* ^ ."-..—' £V. i^'-l' 1 . .V 20x28 Gold Frame Mirror (irrcffular,- 30x20 Cold Frame, Reveled R.lgc Mir- rectangle) rori ;is $11.75 $14.75 All Purpose 5-Ply Wood Folding Chairs Identical With The Millions in Use by The U. S, Rimy ,' 125 4l-uU Lot'; of G 5S.!)!) Kadi Equipped with Melal Reinforcements on Seat, Legs and Back ^>*-'--~ ^ / This" is o compactly , folding chair Ihal's rtally comforlable ,,, with a broad back and wide seafr of 5-ply wood. Tha hardwood baso is metal .capped for extra strenglfi Y" 3 ? lha whols chair has a smooth Walnut finish. Ready fo give long service in any of a number of places, • Ideal for Forck • ld><) fer O«e»i • lital f»r Ktcrt«tI«B • • Wtal for Hamt» or Uwn taomt BACK THE ATTACK WITH WAR BONDS!

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