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February 21, 1945

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLB COURIER NEWS Coming Events THURSDAY . Mrs. M. G. Goodwin entertaining Fortnightly. Club. ONE Club meeting with Mrs. Bojce. Moore Mrs. , Doyle Klnley entertaining Tliursday Bunco Club. Mrs, H. W. Wylie hostess to the Tliursday Contract Club. .Thursday Luncheon Club meeting with Mrs. Byron Morse. T.W.Y.E. Supper Club meeting with Dr and Mrs W A qrimmetl. Mrs.,W. A. Angell'entertaining Frlendl? Eight Club. Thursday Afternoon Club meeting with Mrs. Clifford Walk Ins. Miss Patty June Davis entertaining Thursday Night Bridge Clnb. Octette Luncheon. Club meeting With Mrs W M McKlnrte. FRIDAY Initial 'Club nWting with Mrs. Jack Marsh'. Woman's Club meeting with Mrs, George Lee, 1pm Mrs. Sudbury Entei tains : Mrs. Graham Sudbury, entertain- in^, members of Club Eight last night at her home, also was hostess to a .number of guests, including Mrs.--O. H. Grear, Mrs. George Grccr jr of Columbus, Ga., Mrs. Jesse M. White, Mrs-. W. B. Garrott and Miss Bill-Nebhut. ... In the bridge .games'played, high score prize was won by Mrs. H. G. Partlow and second high by Miss Nebhut A salad icoirrae with Iced di Inks' was served. • » • ' . '• Club, Guests Entertained Nancv Klrshner and Miss Bits of News Mostly Persons! Mrs. lanlcr Reed left yesterday afternoon for Coppe'rhlll, Temi., after a week's visit with her sister, Miss Angle Hood and other relatives. In Copperhill, she will visit another sister, Mrs. J. L. Peterson nnd Dr. Peterson, before being Joined by Mr. Reed to go to their new home In Bristol, Vn. Tlie Reeds have lived In Florence, Aln., for the past year. Mr. nnd Mrs. A. P. Burks nnd their niece, Ruth Eleanor Ashby, spent yesterday in Memphis, where Ruth Eleanor underwent n minor operation. Jufiiiita I.nrkln, six-year-old daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. K. M. Larkin, Is ill at the family home oil East Main Street. Capt. and Mrs. C. E. nlttner have as llieir guests for 10 days, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cbeslcigh Bittner of Hartford. Conn. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. C. Dungan of Oakland, Miss,. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Dtckson of Gray Ridge, Mo., Mr. find Mrs. W. D. Godwin of Avert, Mo., and Misses Pa.vo Dungan ami Geneva Moss of Memphis, have 'returned home after having been called here because of the serious Illness of Ronnie Ashby, young son of Mr. nnd Mrs. R. L. Ashby of Clear Lake, who has been critically H! of diphtheria at Walls Hospital. Ronnie now is recuperating at his home. at her "home on. Chlctaisawba Avenue. -High score prize Tor .the evening went' to Miss 'Frances Little .and second high to Miss Margaret Shaver. ' " ; A salnd -course was served. • * • • Mrs. Chamblin Is Hostess When .Mrs'.-'Jack: Chamblin - entertained members of La Neure Club last night at her apartment on West Iffani Street, she also included In hej guest list, .Mrs. Robert Phillips, Miss June Workman and Mrs. Garrard Cnudlll. '3llss Peggy White received 'high score prize in the bridge games played- during the evening, with 'second high won by Mrs. William Q, Boyd. •jtie hostess served a salad course. v * " ' * ' Group Meetings Are Held •Group meetings were held by women of the First Christian Church Monday when 'they'met";in homes ot'the various members'.' '.-•-... " " .qMrs. B. P. BrogdoivJrV'was-hos- tess to nine members of-the Faith Oroup, when the devotional on "The Light of Jesus", was given by the 9ev. R. S.'Balrd and the Bible study : ^ns led by Mrs. J. c. Ellis Jr.- g Members of the Hope Group met with Mrs. J. J. Bryant, with the dL- vjlional on "The p'ursuit of Truth" given by Mrs. Russell Barbara, who also was in charge of the Bible study. Mrs. L. K. Bloomer of Albany, Ga., was an out-of-town guest. !? Mrs. W. D. Cbbb entertained members of the Love Group nt her Borne. Mrs. R. 6. Balrd led the dc- Tptional, a meditation on "Hungering Humanity", and also was leader of the Bible study. jFEach hostess served a dessert course at the conclusion of the program. Cemetery Group Meets -^Twelve members of Maple Grove Cemetery Association met yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. J. W Durham to plan for the Spring care by the death of Mrs. Haiiics' mother, Mrs. Christina Gallup of Friend. ,"• Mrs.. Slionvo and Mrs. W. B. McMullln spent yesterday In Memphis with Mr. McMullin, who \f recuperating nt Baptist irosoital there, following an operation which lie underwent last Friday. Sergt. nnd Mrs. Herman Graves have returned to Frederick, okla. where they are making their home now, after spending his furlough here with relatives. Mrs. J. Louis Cherry is suencHng several weeks In Helena with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Trleschman are visiting in Wcllman, Iowa, having been called there by the Illness of his ffillior. Since nn-lvlim theie, Mr. Theschman has been stricken with (he mumns. from which ho now Is rcciujcrnliiiB. Mrs. K. G. Partlow and children. Miss Nones', Graham nhd Patricia, spent, the weekend in Parngcinlil as pucsts of Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Pnrllon-. ' Mrs. D. L. Boyd is able to be up after Iinvlnt; been ill at her home OH Ch1ckn.snwb.i- Avenue since Sunday. H. E. Neblclt returned yesterday afternoon lo ills home in Morgan City, Miss., after n brief visit here wllh his daughter. Mrs. H. G. Partlow nnd family. Sandra Long, daughter of ,Mr. and Mrs. Toby Lon?. is much im-- nrovKl at Blvthcville Hospital after having been quite 111 since Sunday. Mrs. lone Ropp, Mrs. II. B. Oakes and Mrs. Johnny Smotherman spent yesterday In Memphis with Mrs. George Ropp, who Is a patient ill Baptist Hospital there. ' Mrs. Cecil Wc.-Uhorton has returned home from Florida, where she visited her husband, Private WeaUierton, who Is stationed there. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Maun had !>.•> their weekend guests their son, Gilbert I). Mann of Memphis, and Mrs. P. 1,. Bonham and two children. Marilyn and Bobby, also of Memphis. Mrs. Benhain Is a sister of Mr. Mann. Mrs. Dick Webb of Mobile, Ala., is spending several weeks here ns guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Webb nnd other relatives. Hichnrd Becker left Saturday for Little Rock, where he will enter war work. At The Hospitals Walls Hospital Admitted: •Charles King, Lcnehvlllc. Percy Thomas, Lllbourn, Mo. Jerry Pierce, Holland, Mo. Mrs. R. o. Williams, city. Charles Norlhcutt, Stcele, Mo. Memphis Baptist Hospital Admitted: 'Mrs.- tesl|e Moore, Joiner N.--B;' Ncely, city. Memphis Methodist Hospital Admitted: E. L.' Qulnn, Osccoln. Meetings A regular meeting of Chlcka- sawba:Lodge No. 134, F. & A. M., will be held tomorrow night, 7:30 o'clock, ut the hall. Tlie first (le- sree will be conferred, it was. announced today by tl. R. Akin, worshipful master. Legion Auxiliary P/ons Bingo Forty Plans were made Jor n bingo pnr- ly to be given tomorrow night at the Kill when members of the Amarlcnn Legion Auxiliary met last night for their regular program meeting. .Mrs. Joe Scruggs, president, was in charge of Hie business session when routine business was discussed. During the social hour refreshments of sandwiches, pie and coffee were served by the hostesses, Mrs. N. J. Humphrey and Mrs. J. M."RIIS- sell. Beware Coughs from common colds That Hang On Creomulslon relieves promptly because it goes right to the seat of the trouble to help loosen and expel Rcrm laden phlegm, and nid nature to soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed bronchial mucous membranes. Tell your druggist to sell you a bottle of Crcomulslon with the understanding you must like the way it quickly allays the cough or you are to nave your money back , GREOMULSION forCoughs.ChestColds. Bronchitis of the cemetery. Mrs. Snllie Hubler, vice president of the group, was In charge of :the business session In the absence of Mrs! W. M. Crowe, president. Tlie hostess served refreshments of cake and coffee during the social hour. Mrs. Dick Webb of Mobile, Ala., was an out-of-town guest. TEST PETROLEUM JEKYTHISWM W*^^. Frew MoroliMbtty-M!) thumb /T^jk 5 1 " 1 6 "E"- Sprciul tlowly apat I. , / V<i/) J*n« Kbrw prove MoroW» *^^Zr lush muhly. For nncot tuti and abrasions. 5c,trip!eAhe, lOo. Jwo simple sf eps foanamflZHirjMEiy ...fcefferfooh/ 1 .Promt* »ti» *f VITAl DKSBTIVEJUICfS in th» ttomoch »> •IT'S Sells Repair. -You will be „,„ .So if you are subject to 3>Iood as the cause of yc.^ liuul Cation or focal infection, SSS ^eed. Ic t hetps Nature-work i C 105 W ? et f ^ h »'«ality..., * pttter; 1. bfcome animated.., JTonic has helped ruillions,.. ,t.. at drug «otes in 10 and 20 i- -> Van.o simiijT H«mi *,i i.. P ,, '?" C Cncr Sr ™ Z '" ^ >'°" r °^' '«'•'< °c? KT '^ rC(1 " «° °. r S amcc «"P«- HEALTH Blythevillc Student On Publication Staff Miss Ilu nogcrs of Dlytheville has l)ccn appointed to the position of co-fealure editor of the Lnss-o, student weekly puljlication nt Texas State College for Women, Dcntoii She will continue In this position for the remainder of the Spriiii! semesler. Miss lingers, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Rogers of Bly- tlicvilJe, nnd is n junior Journalism major. Scout Leaders Attend Meeting Here Last Night Harvey Mori-Is, district Scout commissioner, held his first Scoutmasters round table last night at Hotel Noble when 11 Scoutmasters and Scouters were his guests nt dinner, which ivns served in the Colonial Room. l.aler in ihc evening the , group discussed program plans lor various of the Scout troops. Lone Oak News Members of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of Ixjnc Oak IMcthodist Church met Thursday at the home of Mrs. j, w. Walters with eight members and three visitors present. "The American Indian and the Work of Our Missionaries -Among Them", wns the theme of the day's lesson with various members participating in the discussion. Tlie meeting closed with sentence prayer. During the social hour, Mrs. Bo Shields- was guest of honor at a surprise shower. A dessert course wn.s served. The next meeting will be held tomorrow at the church. CITZ Continuous Shows Every Day Itox Office Opens 1:45 Show Slarfs 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 0:00 a.m. 12:15 p.m. 4:30 p.m. \Vcd., Tluirs. & Friday ;«COOPER, "The Story of -Or. 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Mr. Hamilton, whose orchestra was disbanded for about a year when he was connected with Bly- Thc Egyptians call molasses "black honey." Just Back Prom Eastern Markets —New Shipments of ANTIQUES AND GIFTS Arc Arriving Daily-Come In And Bee Them! The Gift Shop Modem & Antique Gift! MOSS BRYAN ROXY Matinees Sat. *. Sun. Only Opens each night 6:45; starts 1 Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. and Sun. Bargain Night Every Night Except Saturday. No passes honored on Sunday at the Rosy. •Last Time Today Ever Since Venus with Ina Ray IfuUon and Ann Savage Selected Short Subject • Thursday and Friday' Follow the Leader «'llh The East Side Kills Selected Short Subjects LOOK INTO THESE 4*98 Wonderful roomy envelope and pouch bags. They'll hold everything from makeup kits to ration books!, Genuine leathers ( in new spring colors nnd slylcs, with plasttQ or mock tortoise shell clasps. 1 "All nicely lined! 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