The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 16, 1945 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO BLYTIIEVILLE COURIER HEWS Bunco Club Entertained At Luncheon Wednesday .The, presence of two guests, Mrs, Don Edwards and Mrs. Clyde Eldridge, gave special Interest to the party given last night by Mrs. Byron Nal) for members of the G N B Club. During the bunco games played, high store prize was won by MIS. Robert Wecdman, bunco by Mrs. ftayte Moore and low by Mrs. Eld- Recent Bride : The hostess served a dessert • bourse. •! ', '. ' i' : ••• • ; • ', Bndge'Luricheon Given ' i j > Mrs. W. J. Wunderllch used n low i bowl of pastel colored sweetpcns to form the centerpiece for her luncheon table- Wednesday | afternoon • Jvhcn she was hostsss to members , . pf the Wednesday Bridge Club for : luncheon and bridge. • High score prize In the games was I . ton by Mrs. James H Bell tint! I {second high by Mrs. W. H. Minyard. j Mid-Week Club Meets i ' Mrs. Loy ' Eich nnd Mrs. Hunter Sims played bridge with members of the Mid-Week Club yesterday '< jifternoon when Mrs. Aubrey Con. }ray was hostess to the group nt ' her home for luncheon and bridge, • > A two course menu was served jit the dining table, centered with i\ shallow, bowl of Spring flowers. . Mrs.-, i HI H. , Kouchlns; received high score prize among club members with Mrs. Sims as high guest. • \ .*,-?,* Entertains Bunco .Club V Mrs. Freeman HUey ' yeiterdny afternoon entertained members of .•her bunco club for a. party nt, her Jiome, wehn It was agreed to .Change the club name from the Friday Afternoon Olub to the -Thursday -Bunco- club, and the : .date,.6f the' weekly parlies from Friday to , Thursday aftonoons, Mrs. -P. M. Dnvls also' became a mew member cf the group at ves- [terday's.-party', , J High score prize vms won by /Mrs. Pete Wren, bunco by Mrs p:.M?X? and low by Mrs. Dovle "•' ~ • ' ,, ..'-The hostess sen'ed a iaind'course' jvith iced drinks. 'Mrs. Den ton Is Hostess . & Mrs. W. I. Denton was hostess ; go 16 members of Chapter "D" of j :jP. E. p, Sisterhood when Elic ei\- f .^r.rtnined Wednesday 'aftermion at home of-.-Mrs. Marion -\VI1- . ... . -. '£. A two course luncheon xy'ns serv^ ;ed buttel style, with the dining itable centered with an nrrange- -jinent of Spring flowers-. -i-~ Following luncheon, Mrs. R. F. ..gCishrjer presented the program for • ]the afternoon, giving a book re- ijfiew of "Sophie Helenczik— Amer- Jtccn." by Hos« C. Fold. • tr • • • rs. Burbage Is Hostess 'g Members of the E. M. G. Club •fyesterday voted to change the club ,;name to the Thursday Afterncou >Cluo, when they met with Mrs. giall Burbage, who entertained' the \group at the home ol Mrs. Claude iPrice. V- In the nun my games played during the afternoon, 'prizes were Awarded Mrs. M. R, Wemish for 3iigh score, Mrs. kelton "Francis H°f,, sc<xmA high and Mrs. Clalr jrAlIllcr for low score. •. •£* A dessert course was served K . ' ';"'*- ."*•'.' •" Bridge Luncheon Given **. £ One, guest, Mrs. Marvin Robinson, played brldge-with members of >4 hc Thursday ^contract Club yes- jterday, ; when ; Mrs. 6.' W. McCul- ichen entertained the group at tmncheon nnd bridge at her home * Following the two course lunch >e° n ' «™«J »' the dining table, 5 bndge was played with high nnd ^second high prizes- won by Mrs jpenry Humphreys and Mrs. Me- f « « ' • •Club, Guests Entertained C Miss Mildred ,U>u Hubbard en- pertaining last night at her home U or the .Thursday Ni B hl Bridge Club members,. also included Mrs. Robert £ P ° rt ,l r ' Mlss Jimc Branson 'and K ' Tayl ° r am0n " cr », Miss Branson received high score fcrlzc and Mrs. Taylor second high *> the brldee games played during Jhe evening. f, A salad course was served. DANCE ^Thursday — Friday ~ ; And Saturday NifhU : 9:30 to X O'clock In the Beautiful Blue Room of the HOTEL NOBLE WelaATtt. Mrs. 1,. K. Ashby of clear Unite immunity is the former Miss Ruby ting, diuifihter of Mr. iiml Mrs. Moses King. Her mnrrlnge to Mr. 'ishby was solemnized Saturday nt Jlear Lnke Baptist Church. Entertain Club Members Mrs. n. L. Stockett find Mrs. Hary Kirljy, wl>o often play bridge vllh members of the Thursday .unchcon Club, yesterday cnlcrtain- •ci that group, together with one ither guest, Mrs. M. A. Isaacs, at t bridge luncheon at the- Klrhy ionic. The luncheon table, where a three curse menu was served, wns cen- cred with a shallow bowl of rosebuds, while vases of rosebuds and weelpens were arranged in the llv- ng room where bridge wns played Prizes went to Mrs. C. W. Aflllck or high score nnd to Mrs, Russell ""hllllps tot second high. • • * Celebrates 4lh Birthday ^ Dotty Rnlph celebrnlod lipr fourth Irthclay yesterday nfternoon when' er mother, Mrs. Wyley Ralph, en- i crtaincd with a party for 22 of' cr friends nt their home at. 1901 Vest Vine Street. I Games amused the children, with rizra won by Florenc nnd Earnest I ucas, and. Jim and Doyle IFcnson. Later Mrs. Hnlph sen'ed sanri- iches with hoi chocolate nnd irlhdny cnke before Dotty opened er packages. Her father, Sergeant Ralph, i-, jrvlng overseas In Frnnce. Rook Party Is Given Mrs. A. E. F.rdmnnn of Columbia city, Ind., who with Mr. Erdmnnn is spending several weeks here with relatives, wns guest of honor at mi "formal rook party given yesterday by Mrs. P. E. Coolcy, who cntcr- lalncd at her home on Ilearn Street. pny blooming pinnU formed a coloi-ful backgroiiiirt for the tables arranged in the living room (or the afternoon games. Refreshments of sandwiches nnd coffee were served. • • • Mis s Leota Ogle Weds p rivate N. C, Arnold STEELE, Mo., Feb. IG.-Of Inter- -t here where the bride lias been a member of the .school faculty for :wo years, Is the mnrrlnge of Miss J-eotn Ogle to Pvt. N. c . Arnold, son of Mi, and Mrs. C. H. Arnold of Hawthorne, N. J., which is announced today by her parent*, Mr. and Mrs. A. E, Ogle of Oxford, Ark, The wedding wns solmenlzed Saturday afternoon, G o'clock, in Hie iiome of the officiating minister, Die Rev. K. c. Brawn, pastor of First Baptist church in Blythc- vllle. Mrs. Arnold u-ns graduate^ from 3xfoid 'High School ami later attended Arkansas State College In Jonesboro. She taught school in Oxford for one year before coming to Steele. Private Arnold was employed by no New York, Susquehnnnn anil 'Vestern Railroad Company In New Jersey prior to entering the service. Formerly with the Army Air forces slntlone,] nt Blythcvlllc Army Air Field, he recently was ransfcrrcd to Die Infantry and as- slgned to Camp Maxey Texas where Mrs. Arnold plans to join ilm nt the close of school. Bits of News Mostly Personal Church To Honor Those Serving In Armed Forces •A special service dedicated to the boys ami girls of the church now serving with the armed forces, will Ire held Sunday morning 11 o'clock at Calvary Baptl.fl Church, it was announced today by the Rev p H Jcrnignn, pnslor of'lhe church.' ' The sei-vlce, to consist of a dedication of the boys and glils In service to (he protective power of the Lord will feature Die pinning of the service stars to the service flag by their parents, according to Ike R ev Mr Jcrnigan. Special music also will be Included on the morning's program. All parents nnd friends of Calvary Baptist Church's service men nnd women nre urged to attend the ser- The church Is located at the corner of Chlcknsnwba and Sixth streets. Yiendly Eighl'Mecl Msr. joe shanks «-ns a guest of tfrs. olho StnnticUl yesterda" at h c pnrly given for members of the Friendly Eight Club nt (tie SUiiiflcld lome. Bunco prize was received by Mrs iibert Wade, high by Mrs. Claude irllcy nnd low by sirs. Jack Math- A salad, plnte, together with cake nd coffee, was served. Supper Club Has Parly Members of the T. W Y E dupper Club, who meet twice each' lonth, had n parly last night at he home of Mr. and M, s . Arch •Indsey, with is present. Following the covered dish sup- Mr, card gamcs were played for everal rours. , Mrs. James H. Gill and son Gary Wayne, cf Council Grove' Kniis, arrived Wednesday to spend three weeks here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. HUburn and other relatives. Miss Patty Ann Green left yesterday for .Payelievllle, Ark nc- compnnylng Mr. and Afrs. Ben p Butler Sr., of Osccola, who ai" go- i"K to visit tlier son, Gene Butler, who Is n student there at the University. Mrs, James Barksdale is III at her home oii Kentucky .Avenue, suffering from n severe cold. Mrs. T. J. Mnhan nnd Mrs. C W. Atfltck left this morning for Helena, where they wll sepntl several tlnys. Mrs. Mnhan will be the guest of her daughter. Mrs. W B Tanner and Mr. Tanner, while Mrs Afflick Is going down especially to attend the wedding of a friend. 'Marine Sergt, Earl .lomes will leave tonight to report back to Parns Island. S. C., after spending an clgrl-day furlough here with his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. E. James, and his sister, Mrs. Hubert Wntic Sergeant Jnmcs recently returned after 28 months In the South Pacific. Mr. nn<| Mrs. Adolph Meyers spent today in Memphis, Mrs. llussell Hnynes Parr of Ashdown. Ark., returned home yesterday after n visit of severnl weeks us guest of Mr. and Mrs Russell THIS GREAT MEDICINE helps nature relieve'PERIOD 1C' FEMALE PAIN With Its Nervous, Tired Restless Feelings — |ivrSrESiS! ? te 1 "«™>>s. "drugged out", a bit Stnrt at O7ice- hos . E. Pin*- (•# nil lo re- ^ '• soolhlnK «ni$?i i c omt>°una helps build SSnl ™? cc °, BalllBl 5UC " W>P- ni ^iT^ U i MnUs "' xm thousands 01 women iiavc reported beiuW. » ?™m "!' Compound — it's made E. Pinkham's VEGETABLE COMPOUND SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS ^FLOWER SHOP . 491 F.T.D. Strrlce Mrs. J. M. (M»c) We Hellver Anywhere owner Glcncoe Bldy, DRS. NIES & NIES OSrfOPATH/C PHYS/C//NS Rectal Diseases a Specialty EXCEPT CMNCfRJ OFFICE HOURS: 8:00.12tOO and 1:30-5:00 CUnlc 514 Mala BryihevUte, Ark. Phono 292! At The Hospifals Walls Hospital Admitted: J. R. Pierce, steele, Mo. FAsie Mae MorrLs, Huffman Betty Lois Dcvoor, city Mrs. F. M. LanRlcy, Rt. 2, city Mrs. C. W. Justus city Dismissed: Mrs. w. M. culllns. Horncrsvillfc, Mrs. A. F. Evans, Steele, Mo S. H. Bevlll, Rt, 2, city. Ronald Dean Ashby, Rt 2 cltv Mrs. Bennett. Cook nnd baby cn- rulhersville, Mo. "'•'-" Mrs. j. A. MeBrlde and baby cltv Lnvcllc Arthur Wheeler, city. A i u. Iil >'' hevl "e Hospital Admlltecl: Marcla Loll McGregor city Amos Allen, Calumet Fred Faught Jr., city Ann Meal, Steele, Mo. ^Llnda Lee Roiishvllle, DeerinB. Carrie Weatherspoon, Armorel. noon " d( " lf; " ter S'cstirdny MctDlsmlssed: Jonnlc Mae Lewis, city Sandra Long, city. Mrs. w. L. Ryan, clly Mrs. W. M. Crowe, Huffman Marriage Licenses Cu»|)!(?s obtaining ninrrlnge Jj, census tlirongli thi; ]o ca l ortlcc o tlio county conil clerk during tin past week include the following l/;v,'is S. Sliinn of Bardanellc, Ark am! .Miss !fa/x?l Orrcll of n'lytlie villc, Q. ». Wise of Crowdcr, Mo nnd Mis. Juanita Hunt, of Morlcy Mo.; Alfred Leslie Cope of Ben ton. Mo., nnd Miss Genola Ham inoiilrec "I East Prairie, Mo Cljiiile.5 W. Lambert «nd Mrs. Eve lyn 0. Todd. Iwlh of St. Louis. James Samuel Barty and Miss VMa Juno Malhis, Iwth of Qrants- bint!. ill.; Gerald Norman Blue o Port Smith, Ark., and Mrs. Martin CiitbCTlnc Lnmbcrlson of Ellwood Ind.; Marlon J. Bntcs and Miss Dorothy Glover, both of Blyllicville W. L. Hcliurenlwrt' and Miss Htlei M. Dranuin, both of Sikeslon, Mo.; Fred K. Illckliigr, of Oran, Mo and Mrs. Lettle Ann Carlcw o Parma, Mo. Vernon Odell Grlggs nnd Miss Flora Kllcn Twilla, bolh of Blythe- vlllc; I.ce Roy Burnett, of Mnrys- vlllc, Ciilif., nnd Mrs. Thelmn Davis Mills of Holland, Mo.; James Taylor of Canxlen, Tenn., and Miss Inc? G.-irictt of Huntliigtoii, Tcnn.; Milton E. Nelson of Ulnniiighnin, Ala. nnd Miss Jane Moore of Syracuse N. 1.: Frank Fiorliie of St. Louis Hid Mrs. Huth 'I'liomnson of Venice. III.; Jerry R. LaClmncc of Ev- ansvlllc, Ind., nnd Miss Emma dene Shclton of Sehce, Ky.; Walter Piland and Mrs. Bessie Jones, botl of Manila. M Mrs. O. s. Sherwood, Holland. Only 30 species of violet'; have been round in the United States nlthoiigh there are more than loo known varieties of this plant. Fair. They motored her to Mem- PWs, returning home last, night Mnrcia Lo,, McGregor un Mrs. w. M. crowe, who h ns been undergoing Ircnlmcrit atBlythcville Hospital for (|, e pnst iv ,o™ecte "•a,.; removed today lo her home at proved"" 1 ' C01 ''l«'0'i 'is ini- Fcdeeated Club Meeting At Luxoro /s Cancelled LUXORA, Ark., Feb. 1C.—Mrs. T LCDI Stanford, president of the Lux- jra Uook Club announces that she iins been ndvLscd by Mrs. Edith VlcClain, prc.sulcnt of the Forrest City District of Federated Clubs of Collon Plant, Ark., that, ihe scheduled meeting of Federated Clubs .0 be held in LUxorn, the Luxora Book Club as host, in April has been cancelled in compliance with the request of the Government rel alive lo war travel conditions. Pvt. Goif Graduates From Mechanics School Pvt. Grady E. God, who was cm- ployed by Hughes Gin Company for 11 years before joining the Army Air Forces in November, 1942, wa< griidiialed last week from Air Mechanics School at nosecrans Field a base of Ihe Fen-ylne Division, Air Transport Command at St. Joseph. He was transferred to nosecrans last September. His wife and child, and his mother, Mrs. Elsie Golf, all make their home on Lake Street in Ulythevillc IfYourftose —Spoils Sleep Tonight^ You'll like tlic way' Va-tro-nol works right where trouble is to open up nosc-rclleve stuffy transient congestion . (A] so grand for relieving snIBly, sncezy, stuffy distress of head colds.) Follow directions In foldr.r. Preps Mak« Breathing Easier— Invites Restful Sleep VICKS VMR0-N01 FRITZIUS SATUR SPECI 1 — Pillow tubing, fine grade. 2— Sheets, muslin, 81 x 99. 3 — Luncheon cloths, large assortment. 4— Brown domestic, two grades. 5— Turkish bath towels. 6— Metis large while handkerchiefs. 7— Ladies fine panties, all elastic bands. 8— Children's cotton training pants, all elastic bands. 9— Ladies clastic roll garters, small, medium and large sizes. 10— Boy.s long sleeve sport shirts. We have enlarged and remodeled our store. Come in Saturday arid look us over! FRITZIUS DRY GOODS, NOTIONS and GIFT GOODS 2020 W. Main Phonc 9 49 Child Welfare Worker Attends State Meeting Mrs. Christine D. Pinckiiey of the Mississippi county Child Welfare Office In Blythcvllle gave a report on the statistical procedure Involved In placing children jjj foster homes In the stale of Arkansas at a two- day meeting of staff members of the Child Welfare Division of the stale Department of Public Welfare The Hiectlng was held Monday and Tuesday nt Hotel Marion In Little Hock. Revised standards for types of homes desired and qualifications for substitute parents for children placed in foster homes on a free of boarding home basis were innde (luring Hie meeting, which was attended by 20 unit workers from all over the state. Ration Calendar CANNED AND PROCESSED FOOBS. February 1-First day for 'blue stamps H-2, J-2, K-2, L-2, and M-2 v . n v'? n .A° 0k IV ' (Blue sta n>ps X-5, Y-5, Z-5, and A-2 through G-2 remain good.) March 31-Last day for blue stamps x-5, Y-5, Z-5, A-2, B-2 in FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1C, 1945 Ration Book IV. - Last dll y f«r blue stamp ~ Last day for blue ^ami' ' . K-2, L-2, and M-2 In Ha tlon Book IV. MEAT, CHEESE MUTTER AND FATS. January 28-First day (or red n"iT J- 5 ' Z ' 5 ' A - 2 ' n -2, C-2. and D-2 In nation Book IV. (l^d stamp <5-5 through X-5 remain good,) March 31— Last day for red stamp Q-5, R-5, and S-5 In Ration Book IV April 28— Last dny for red stomp T-5, U-5, V-5, W-5, and X-5 ill Ra tlon Book IV. June 2-Last day for red stamps Y-5, 2-5, A-2, B-2, C-2, nnd D-2 Ir Ration Book IV. : SHOES. November,,!, 1944-FIrst day for Airplane stamp No. 3 in Ratloi Book III. .Airplane stamps No. 1 n»e) No - 2 continue good indefl- SUGAR. November 10, 1944-FIrst day fo Sugar Stamp NO. 34 February 23, 1945-Last day fo. Sugar Stamp No. 34 February i_F| rs t day for Sugar Stamp No. 35. June 2--Last day for Sugar Stamp NO. 35, Book. GASOLINE. Mnrch 21— Last dny for No 14 jiasollni! coupons in "A" Ration MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS HBCBIPTfi * DISBURSEMENTS. VEAK ENDED DEC. 31, .344 RECEIPTS Fund Balances, Jan 1, 1944 Tax Collections ; " °f** Receipt:::;:;;;;;;;;;;;;;--" ^SS'M County Clerk's Receipts Privilege License Fines t County Convict Farm' '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'" Treasurer's Excess Commission Sheriff's Excess Commission Warrants Barred Big Luke Wildlife Refuge'.'.'"" Miscellaneous Automobile License Penalties State Gasoline Tax Turnback State Oil Inspection Fees State Sales Tax (Hale Act)".'.'. Contributions on Road Construction $ 59,798.24 1,246.50 4,973.31 53,472.17 2,851.88 C3.00 1,504.46 1,362.34 DISBURSEMENTS 293.35C.GO $353,154,8- Circuit Clerk's SalaHes & Expense County Clerk's Salaries & Fxpcnse Other Salaries Jnils \ Hospitalizalion J. P. nnd Constables Circuit and Chancery Courts Child Welfare Farm & Home Demonstrators County Health Unit County Library County Farm & Poor Koine . Bureau of Identification County General Expense .... Highways, Roads & Bridges Treasurer's Commission Fund Overdraft, Dec. 31, 1944 • 10.573.12 . 7,323.35 . 12,989.67 . 9,387.75 405.60 869.90 . 11,713.75 2,885.00 5,894,27 5,989.36 4,119.36 26,580.98 1,200.00 14,037.87 237,676.80 4,996.70 Certified Correct, 357,243.48 S 4,088.64 ROLAND GREEN DR. GEORGE DAVIS Orthopedic & Surgical CHIROPODIST Announces The Opening Of His New Offices in the Shrine Bldg. (Suit* 577-8) 66 Monroe Ave. Memphis, Tenn. I a. in. to 5:30 p. m. Dally OFFICE HOURS: 9:30 a. m. fo K p. m. Sundays , Tune in to EDDIE STONE AND HIS FAMOUS ORCHESTRA PLAYING TO BLYTHEVILLE ARMY AIR FIELD Saturday, Fab. 17 ... 8:30 p. m. '. IN THE VICTORY PARADE OF Spotlight Bands Every w««k-d«y night a famous Coca-Cola Spotlight Band visits a new army camp, naval training base or war production plant to entertain the Fighting Sons of Freedom. May be you can't join yout boy in camp—but you «an join him at his favorite radio program—the Victory Parade of Spotlight Bands- broadcast over the Blue Network—coast to coast, every night, Monday through Stlurday, same time, same station. -._, COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY RITZ Continuous Shows Every Day Uox Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN. 9:00 a.m. 12:45 ,, ,„. ,,. 30 p Last Time Today Arsenic and Old ace with C::iry Grant anil Raymond Masscy 1'araniounl News ami Selected Short Subjects Saturday A UN1VERSAI PICTURE Serial: "Uremia Starr, Reporter" No. 1 anil Short Con. Showing Sat'day 1:00 to 11:30 Sunday and Monday ^*i starring RAY BARBARA MILLAND • BRITTON rnramaiint Ncirs and Selected Short Subjects Jontinuous Showing Sun. 1:15 to II IHalhiccs Silt, .t Sun. Only Opens each night 6:45; starts 7 Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:13 Continuous Shows Sat. and Sun. Bargain Night Every Night Kicepi Saturday. No passes honored on Sunday at the Koxy. Last Time Today Wake Island with Brian Donlevy ami Kobe r I 1'rcston Selected Short Subject Saturday ROYROGERS E IY)SS • t!MSC i T • SHHM . BJUT kunm • 60S KOUJI 1,1 |St SDttS Of I«[ I / P!»KMS • A S.public Piclu™ Serial, "Mystery of the Rivcrbo.il" No. G and Shtirl Con. Showing Sat'day 1:00 to 11:30 Sunday and Monday IH\UIPlNO-DEi\NISMOR{M •.i.UACKCAHSO.N'CUDYS GEORGE ' FAYE IMtRSON • ClrKted by VINCENT SHEBMArt ' - I In Lobby! Fox \cws and Short tontfnucms Showing San. 1:15 to 11

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