The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 25, 1944 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, May 25, 1944
Page 5
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T1LUBSDAY, MAY 25, 19-M K BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.); COURIER' NEWS Chapter "D," P.E.O. Luncheon Meeting In Ihc absence of the hostess. Mrs. n. A, Lynch, Hie lunclicon meeting of Chapter "L>" of the P. E. o. Sisterhood W as held yesterday afternoon at Hotel Noble, with Mrs. M. O, Usrey and Mrs. H. U. Hoiichins serving as hostesses by proxy. The affair, n birthday party commemorating u, c 20l |, blr[ i, ( lay of the chapter, was attended by 14 members and two guests, Mrs. George R. Crockett, of Caruthers- villc, Mo., ami her sister, Mrs. Tom Rninev of Kansas city, Mo. Yolloiv anil wliite daisies formed 11 centerpiece for the luncheon table. while slender yellow (a\wts completed the arrangement. A feature of the luncheon \vas the large birthday cake with Us 20 candles, which Mrs. R: P. Kirsltncr served with the dessert course. Following luncheon, siicsts went to the home of Mrs. T, J. Mahau on West Walnut, where a program "Glimpses into The Past" was presented by Mrs. Crockett, who was first president of Chapter "D". * * * Club Eight Members Meet All members of Club Eight were present yesterday afternoon when Mrs. L. S. Benish entertained tlie Bronp al her home on Hcarn Street. The entertaining rooms were attractively arranged with mixed Spring flowers, and bridge was played throughout the afternoon. Mrs. G, O. Pod?, received high score prize and Mrs. Bctiish second high. Light refreshments were served. English Girl Will" Wed Blytheville Army Man Of interest here is Ihc announcement. of the engagement, of Miss Barbara Gweiirtolin Wiilmott of Belgrave, Leicester, England, to Master Strgl. Zera Marvin Mc- GJiee, son of Mr. and Mrs. Z. McOliec of Blytheville. Sergeant- McGhcc is stationed In England with the U. S. Army Ail Corps. The English bride-to-be is the only daughter of Mr. itnd Mrs n. Wiilmott. * . • • Mrs. Little Is Hostess Members of the Friendly Seven Club were entertained yesterday afternoon by Mrs. C. J. Little, who nlso liad as her guests, Mrs. Ross Moore and Mrs. O. O. Elkins. Creamy magnolia blossoms blended with red rosebuds formed a colorful setting for the card tables arranged in the living room of the home. Following several hours spent al cards, a dessert course was served. Bits of News Mostly Personal Mrs. Tom Ralney of Kansas City, Mo,, and Mrs. George R. Crockett of Carulhersvllle, Mo., arc the guests of Mr, and Mrs. w. C. Gates, and Mrs. T. J. Mohan. Mrs. C. G. Redman has returned from a six weeks' vacation, five weeks of which were spent In Hot Springs, and one week in Chicago, Miss LaVomie Redman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Redman, who is attending Texas Stale College tor Women, Denton, will not return home until the close of the Bummer session. Mis. Grace Abernathy Is spending this week in Franklin, Tonn., where she went to attend the commencement exercises at Franklin Military Academy, where her son, Johnny Franklin, will graduate from the Junior high school department. Mrs. A. C. Adams, wlio has been quite ill at the home of her daughter. Mrs. P. B. Elliott and family on West Ash, is slightly improved. Miss Winnie Virgil Turner, city supervisor of elementary schools, will leave tomorrow for Daytona Beach, Fla., where she has been tn- vilcd to participate in a conference on past-war education in the public schools. The conference will last for two weeks. Mrs. Justin Bland Neely and her niece, Sallle Jo c Elliott, of Memphis. hav e gone to Detroit where Mrs. Neely will be a bridesmaid in the wedding of her brother, Dr. John Quincy Elliott, to Miss Lydia Taylor, which is to be solemnized June 3. Miss Irene Crowder and Evelyn Jane Hatcher, accompanied by Mrs. Ben Green of Osceola, will go. to Memphis tomorrow to attend graduation exercises at Methodist Hospital, when Miss Crowcier's niece, Miss Tommye Dcnn Hatcher, will receive her nurse's diploma. Miss June Workman will spend the weekend in Memphis with friends. Mr. and Mrs. w. S. Lnngdon have Imd as their guests (heir daughter, Mrs. Uyron Bartholomew and three sons, liyron Jr., mil, and Charley, mi,| M, s . Grace Holtum and Mrs. Dorothy Brown, nit of Memphis. They came up especially to be here for Mrs. Langdoii's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Colemau Stevens moved today into the libmc they recently purchased at HI3 West Main. Mrs. C. S. Stevens will leave within the next diiy or two lo innkc her home with her daughter, M^i. L. c. IS. Young «nd family, near Osccola. Melvtn Halscll will leave tomorrow for Rochester, Minn., where he expccls lo undergo examination al Mayo's Clinic for 10 days. Upon his return, Mr. and Mrs. Hnlscll w|ll move Into their new apartment at 1710 Hearn street. Miss Mary Jo Ncwcomb and Miss Joyce Walls \ v m nn-ivc tllts wcek . end from Oiuichlla' College, Arka- rtclphia, where they have been attending school for the past year. They will spend Hie Summer 'here will) their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Non-comb and Mr. niKl Mrs. E. V. Walls. Mrs. Pearl Hires relumed lust, nlglit after a five weeks visit with relatives in Illionois, Kentucky, nnd with her daughter, Mrs. J. w Dunn Jr., and family of Union City, Toiin. Mrs. I.endcmiic Fowler spent last weekend in Oklahoma City, Okla., with her sister, Mrs. Eva Wheeler. She returned Monday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Nell Heed, formerly of here and now of Siloam Springs, are the hoiisegucsts of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Conk. They came especially for the graduation of their son. Philip, who will receive his diploma from ISlylhe- villc High School in exercises to be held Friday. Mrs. C. c. Langston, Mrs. Cecil Wrolcn. Mrs. G. 0. Poctz. and Miss Virginia Nunn went to Memphis this afternoon to be with Mrs. George Pollock Jr., who Is undergoing treatment at the Baptist Hospital. They plan to return tomorrow. Mrs. E. R. Mason spent today in Memphis where she consulted her specialist. River Victim Drowned While .Rossing Towboat ~A. N. Moore, 59. of. New Madrid, Mo., whose body was found floating Monday afternoon two miles south of Hickman Bend, drowned about eight days ago when the paddle boat in which he and a companion were riding, was sucked under by the wheel of a passing tow-boat, it was learned today from reports from New Madrid. Mr. Moore's companion, whose name was not known here, was rescued by a Coast Guard boat soon after their small boat sank. The two men were paddling from New Madrid lo one of the river's small islands when the towboat passed the piuuile Doai, which got too cl-we and was sucked under. Tlic companion jumped to safety and was picked up by a nearby Coast. Guard boat, but, Moore, who was last seen clutching a five gallon oil can, went under and efforts to find him were unsuc- sful until his body was re- r'Cl'Cd. ilurial was made yesterday In New Madrid, where the body was returned from the County Farm here. Editor Of Duroc News Expects Meat Shortage A meat shortage expected to strike the Nation next Winter was foretold by Chalmcr Rinehart, of Peorlti, III., managing editor of the Duroc News, when he si»kc to the Mississippi County Duroc Breed- era' Association Friday night at the Goff Hotel. Tlie writer warned the 15 members attending of (he acute hog shortage to be expected within the next six months. Mr. Rinehart left today after spending five days visiting Duroc breeders in this comity. ' Coming Event! FRIDAY C.R.C. Club meeting with Mrs. Lendcnnie Fowler. Mrs. Jerry Hearn entertaining 400 Club. Mrs. C. C. Langston entertaining Friday Luncheon Club. Woman's Society of Christian -Service. Promised Land Methodist '.•(''rcli meeting at home of Mrs. Roy Mitchell, 2:30 p. m. — . . . and SwectHeart Soap gives mounds of rich, creamy lather-even in hard water. Here is real BEAUTY lather -velvet-soft, delicately fragrant. It cleanses gently, yet thoroughly-leavcs your skin radiantly clean . . . feeling soft, smooth, lovely! Change to pure, mild Swcetliciirt Soap-for lathery baths, fragrant shampoos and gentle complexion care. SWEETHEART TOILET SOAP THE SOAP THAT AGREES. WITH YOUR SKIN SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS, properly designed, arc remembered always. Our flowers are al- ways fresh, and all work Is guaranteed to please. Let our expert designers help you with your floral needs F.T.D. BerrlM w* DHlr er Anywhere fh. 4*1 Mr*. J. M. (M»c) WlUUm.. owner Olencw Bl«f. FALSE TEETH Rock, Slide or Slip? FASTEETH, an Improved pow- | dcr to be sprinkled on tipper or lower plates, holds false teeth' more firmly in place. Do not slide, I slip nor rock. No gummy, g-Toey, ! pasty taste or feeling. FALSTECTH is alkaline (non-acid). Doe.s not sour. Checks "plate color'' (denture breath). Get FASTEETII nt nny drug store. Shibley's Best FLOUR .—Better for all home baking—Takes less shortening, too! FRFJE 7944 ART CALENDARS Slop by our warehouse, '• 310 W. Ash SI., for At the Hospitals ISlytlirvllle llosiillal Admlttod— Ml.?. Kllla Lovln, llaytl, Mo. Mrs. A. W. Eutinon. Osccola; Joyce Shelton, Dell. Mrs. Enla 1'riiitt, Porlagevlllc, Mo. Dewey Jones, Hell. Eddie Mac 1'cikln.v city. Dismlssi-d- 1'. M. Dennett, oily. , Walls Hospital Admitted— Miss Friinklc Cilrard, Steelc, Mo. Mr.s. Ivlo A. Spann, city. Mrs Mildred Silvers, Holland, Mo. Mrs. Cloyd fierce, Cooler, Mo. Dismissed— Miss I.ulye McCormii*, Cnrulli- ersvlllc. Mo. | Miss Mary Sue Mcdlln, Cai'uth- ersvllle, Mo. | Memphis Uapllst llospit; Admllled— Molly Jo lieasley, clly. Kenneth Voyles. I.nxora. .. Memphis Methodist. Hospital Adinillcd— Dorolhy Morse. Qsccohi. Mrs. C. E. Lynch, Oseeola. Mrs. J. W, Lucy, clly. Scientists auree that the cartti at one time was a ctoljc on flit, rushing through space with no Ilk' of any kind. NOW MANy MORE SENSATIONAL CUT PRICE ITEMS THAT HAVE BEEN SELLING SO FAST...THESE Will GO FAST TOO... MANY ARE ONE OF A KIND...SO HURRV IN! The Gift Shop) Modern im,l Anltijuc Gifts ) COSMKTICS BAHY GIFTS GREETING CARDS | NOVELTIES j A (Jlfl For Everybody Ingram lilde. I'liono MOSS BRYAN MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP 104 M. Flntt Phone 2532 Bring Us Your Beauty Problems Evening By Appointment Continaoui Showi Every Day Boi Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 US1EN TO KLCN 1:00 ».m.' 12:45 p.m. 4:S» p.n. Thursday and Friday ALFRED HITCHCOCK'S A sensational saga from 20lh Cenfury-Fox Starring TALIUUHBANKHEAD WUAM'BENDIX Varaiiioiiiil News and Selected Short Subject ROXY Matinees Sal, & Son. Onlj Opens each night 6:45; slarls 7 Opens Uunda; 1:00; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. and San. «iri»in Night Etcry Nlifht EiMp Saturday. No P»SH« honored on Bnnimj nl the Roxy. Thursday and "Friday * UN WEHS AL HCTUR.5 1C Seleeted Slinrl Suhjccls | SAVE ON CLOTHINGJ [VALUES-REALVALUES j WORK SHIRT CLEARANCE l.:if|ic roomy and (Ini'nWe work .shirts. blue chambray mid grey coverts MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS I'lno• hroiulclolhii In all wauled colors for Summer MEN'S SUITS SliiRle and double brrasled mndfls In ail sixes. C'omc in mid save,.. .97^1.97,4.97 SUPER AND MASTER HOUSE PAINT Wo nu> overstocked on Ibis paint \ Qts., one nml Iwo gnllon cm is • MILITARY KITS , sonic genuine Inilhcr, others klmld materlnl wulcr repullunt OH' '0 COLOR PLAQUES Wall Dlsnuy color plaques In sis dtlfm-nl ., '"IRS. lICBiilni'ly 3B<; now LADIES SUMMER HATS One lot of fancies, slightly soiled..,. One lot of Cocoa straws $1 671 | VALUES FOR THE HOME | B ED PI LLOWS ;Snn-rayc<l soosfi ... and, duct; feathers i Others, 2.57. ,' '._' ' '" •'-.—'•-' WATER TUMBLERS All colors mid design, Were. 5c each now :t i<xm UTILITY BAGS Waterproof dlwpcr bags with supiirnio compartments. Every mother needs one U9 SALE of ODDS ond ENDS BOX SPRINGS Fancy striped durable tickiut'. SMOKERS A large pottery smoker any man 'will enjoy having J -07 19.88'24.88 2.9? ^CLOTHES CABINETS Heavy cardboard wllh wooil frames All whlto BICYCLE TIRE AND TUBE Uoth for only 2.59 .'/ Ul, I DON'T MISS THESE | ROCK WOOL We're eiverstuckcd on this Item. ..Don't Mils vnluc. Gniimlated, per li-.ig Muff style, 7lu |ier I«K. " JUVENILE BEDS Regularly 17.05 and they go for.. ROOFING HI-IXACION Shinnies In forest urcun und blue blond, Per square . . ........... .. ............... weight Mica 35 pound roll roofing.... FELT R UGS Beautiful strip frit rii|;s In several nl/cs. •»•»•! J ftf Something yon will enjoy In your home J,//" 1 " 1 4i/l DOOR MATS Wood door innLs in two .si/x-s. Can stand lough treatment CHICKEN FOUNTAINS 'J Ballon 5 Ballon sixc—Bulvanl/.cd... 4.57 8c per roll 1.37 2.21 FENCE CHARGERS .lust n few, complete with batteries ; FIREPLACE FUEL BASKETS Hammered steel In selected designs. Going at a real price 9.97 Hammered steel In selected designs. A A - VACUUM BOTTLES Going at a real price 707 Tl,mm» tollies for your lunch «_ ^ •""•/ basket Q7«l | PRICES ARE SLASHED | | SALE OF WEARABLES | "JO nor x-^««. \X/rtni Dl Aklirr-rr ^^^^^^^^^^'^^^••"•'^^••^•••^^^•^^^^•M 50 per cent WOOL BLANKETS Some of llicm arc .wiled btil you cannot afford to miss this bargain ',. AMERICAN FLAGS All slscs, Hie cnlirc lol 4.47 CHILDREN'S WATERPROOF DRESSES, Oil silk pinafores. Wipe (hem off with a damn A rag. Ucgularly l.C9....Now __, 1 ANKLETS Children's anklcLs in all colors and sizes SUMMER DRESSES Cottons at Silk mid Wools. Juniper Dresses , $1, $2 $2 $2-$3 LADIES' MESH HOSE Stock up on mesh hose nt this year clearance price LADIES; RAYON HOSE 45 Gauge MONTGOMERY WARP SHOP FROM OUR CATALOGS . ,. thousands of ifems nof in our store stocks may fce ordered in our catalog department ... prompt delivery from our mail order house/ NO SALES OR JOBBERS

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