The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 1, 1945 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 1, 1945
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THUUSUAY, MARCH 1, 10,15 "IAT11KV1LLE COURIER NEWS 0, E. S. Official Guest Of. Honor Banquet Here Coining Event FRIDAY Mrs. Herman May entertaining Initial Club. Chapter "N" of P. E. O. meeting with Mrs. Elton w. Kirby, 2 p.m. Mrs. Kii'by Entertains * For Club Members, Gucsls Often a guest at parties given by members of the Wednesday "ridge Club, Mrs. Elton Kiruy yesterday entertained thai yroup at a I'i'idge luncheon at her home, when she al-o was hostess ( u :1 number of other suiesls, including Mrs -M. A. Isaacs, Mrs, Hunter Sims, Mrs. W. U Horner. M LS . w j Pollard a"<1 Mrs. Marvin Robinson A two course luncheon vis -crvcd ut small tables arranged in the living room, which was attractively decorated with vases of Sprih" tulips, jonquils and narcissi Mrs. Harry Kiruy received hl»h score -pri/.e among the club members, Mr.-': Charles Rose, had second high, and Mrs. Isaacs was winner among the (sucsls. P. E. 0. Chapter Meets Mrs. M. O. Usrcy entertained '5 members of Chapter -D" of Ihe I . E. o. Sisterhood at luncheon yesterday afternoon m her home on West Main street. Yellow jonquils and white narcissi formed an effective centerpiece for the dining table, irom which a buffet luncheon wn.-; served The afternoon's program on "Brazil was presented by Mrs. Charles o. Lemons. * * c Guests Attend Parly The presence of several guests, Bare special interest to the parlj given yesterday afternoon bv Mrs J. C. Bill- at her home at Barfield for members of (lie Town and Country Club. Guests included Mrs G E. Keck, Mrs. W. M. McKcnuie and her, Mrs. Eula McKeu- zie of Montgomery. Ala. Bridge was played during 'he af- 'crnoon, with high score prize won oy Mrs. C. C. LaiiRston and second high by Mrs. VV. M. McKemic. Mr*. Eula McKeirdc also was presentee with a gift from her hostess. A dessert course with coffee was served. Class Meeting Postponed The meeting of the Donas Sunday School Class of First Baptist Church, scheduled to be held tomorrow afternoon, 2:30 o'clock at the church, has been postponed Mrs. W. W. U'ntson and Mrs R, L. Wade were to have served as hostesses. Royalty Takes the Stage in England Bridge Club Entertained Mrs. R. c. Norton played bridge with members of the A. rj c Club last night when Mrs. Toby Long entertained the group- at her home on Davis Avenue. A dessert course was served at the conclusion of the evening's game hi which high score prize went to Mrs William Yoimj; and second hMi to Mrs. Sanford Shclton. Students Plan i Social Affair At Legion Hut Climaxing the entertainment, calendar for the school year will be the annual Junior Hall to be given tomorrow night at the American Legion Hut, when the event promises to be » (pin affair. A SI-. Patrick's Day theme will be carried oiil in Hie decorations and each guest must wear some- flung green in mder to be admitted. Diinug intermission, refreshments will l;e ici-ved and entertainment furnished by the "Silver Gate t Quarlctlc," who will sin,, several popular numbers. Frank Nicholson is chairman of lite entertainment committee assisted by Ben Lancashire anil Chester Caldwell Jr.; Betty Woodson ;ii)(l Harry Fair fire on the refreshment committee, and Frances Shcuf.c and Frances Field have charge of the decorations. Meetings A special meeting ol Chir.kasawbA Lodge No. i:ii. F. ,V A. M.. will be held tomorrow nisjhl, 7:30 o'clock, ut the hall. The second degree will be conferred, it was announced by H. R. Alkin, worshipful master. .Bits of News Mostly Personal Mr. and Mrs. Warren If. Jackson have taken the house at UW) Chieknsasvba. formerly occupied by -Vr. and Mrs. George Lane, who have moved to El Paso, Texas. Mrs. Jackson, w ho has been in Caruthersville since her recent maniiige to Mr. Jackson, w m j oll , him here this weekend. Pfc. Dob J. Joninn of the Marine Corps, who has been stationed at Santa Barbara, Calif., followin" two years overseas serveie. arrived yesterday to spend u brief furlough with his grandparents, Mr an(i Mrs. R. c. Sevier and his sister, rein"' fI ° Ward DcS !> li "ter an d other The Rev. Thomas B. Smylhc Jr.. is ill with influenza at lib home on North Sixth Street. Mrs. T. J. Worsley and children Da c nod Ann, returned yesterday to their home in Forrest City alter » visit here ivith her parents Mr -3 J «l.-Afe<vyaUe t ,.sti.leii. ^^' - - '<• Clinrlas Harris, who is unilcrgoln" medical .treatment at BJythevllle Hospital, was improved today Mrs. E. A. Goodrich will return Saturday from GilberUville Ky where she has spent a week with her daughter, Mrs, John Thomas and Mr. Thomas. Tech Sergl. and MIS. Paul Loilm have arrived for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. B F Loflm and family. Sergeant Loflin' who returned to the United States on Jon. 26 after service in New Guinea,.has been in a government hospital in McKinncy, Texas since thai, time, undergoing treatment for arthritis. He now is on 30-day convalescent, furlough. Condition of .Mrs. E. M. Regeuold of Annorel. who is undergoim; treatment at Blytheville Hospital for a spider bile, was improved loday. Baker Wilson lias been admitted to Memphis Baptist Hospital for treatment. Mrs. . Wilson is in Memphis with him. New Liberty News Mr. and Mrs. T. If. Stewart and (laughter.; and Mr. and Mrs. Dollar of Memphis, were the week- QUICK RELIEF FROM Symptoms of Distress Arising from STOMACH ULCERS DUE TO EXCESS ACID FreeBookTellsofHomeTreatmenHhat Must Help or It Will Cost You Nothing , lx)lt lcs ° ' MfcNTIiavo teen soldfor relief of syniMomsordlslrcss arising from Momith anil Duodenal Ulttr^ iluo lo Exc«« Acld- r«or OlcnUon, Sour or Uput, G.j.lnH,, Heartburn. Slxplnm.u. etc., mio 10 E«cesi AM. Sold on 16 rlavs' tri.ill Ask for "Wiltwd'. MMW which rally jilalns Ihls IrcslmnnU-frce— it BLYTBTKVILLE' KiRUY HI-WAY DKUG CO • HOBINSON DRUG CO. ARMOREL: ARMOREL DHUG CO N6O Thursday, March 1,7:30 P.M. American Legion Hut Farm Products As Prizes SPONSORED BY YARBRO P. T. A. SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS properly designed, arc remembered always. Our dowers are il ways Ircsh, and all work Is guaranteed to please. Let our expert designers help you with your floral needs. P ^FLOWER SHOP F.T.D. Service We Deliver Anywhere rh. 431 Mra. j. M . (Mac) WJ1J , anu> awnn ciencoe Bldj. end giiMts of Mrs. Stewart's parent?;, Mr. and Mrs. D. Gamut, aii(i family. Mr. an ( | Mrs. j. c. Williams iincl lainily. antl Mr. mid Mrs. j ac fc William.'; and daiiBhtcr, Evelyn . r l»nl (lie «wkoml in Trenton Tciui.. with relatives. Mrs. Charles Micks anil daviRh- tcr, Norma, of Br-llovillc. Midi., me visiting iipi- parents. Mr. and Mrs a. I.-ong and family. Mrs. Maggie Brewer and Mrs Lcota Allen of Aberdeen Miss arc guests of their . S -JU>!-, Mrs J F Wheat ana family. Mr. and Mrs. I. L. May and tam- il.v of Blylhcvillc spent Sunday here with reliitlvos. At The HospiJals Walls Uiupidd Admitted: Mrs. George Caldwell. Stecle, Mo Born to Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Jop- 1m, Cnruthci-sville, Mo., a son Dismissed: Bertha Ann Haynes. city. Charles N'orllicult. Slcel'e. Mo. Bl.vlhcvillc Ilnspilal • Admitted: Doris Dean Holifietd. city. Mrs. Benny Spencer, Holland, Mo Dismissed: Mrs. Luther Robinson, eily.^ Memphis I!;ipti 5 i Hosr/ilKl' Admitted: Mrs. J. B. Kinncy, Bassett Baker .Wilson, city. S. JIcdDl, city. Mcinphis niclliDdisl Iluspilal Admitted: Born to Mr. ant; ;,;rs C.' T Bccr- ham, Osccola, a son. * fie Ituilled ond surprised at (he hetralifijl dilieteniB. toolis rfork in Ihe slitk. Blends lo { o btillitmlnoiuralloiiB. Stays on longer, with- oul drying lips. Veiy -T DRUG STOI ' We Deliver! Thursday — Friday'— And Saturday Nights 0 lo 12 0'Ctock In the Beautiful BLUE ROOM of the HOTEL NOBLE Admission Gflc Tnd. Tai. LADIES ADMITTED O\[,Y WITH ESCORT . Jonesboro. Woman Becomes Owner Of Beauty Shop I Mrs. W. L. Akin of Jonesboro liu<, inirclitised Marunrct's lieiinty Shop in tlie liiKnini niiildiin:, whl'ch she pJsujs in operate pci.-,oii(illy, 1( : ainioiiiK'cil todiiy. Mrs.-Ciirlcloii, who recently pur- diascd the shop from Mr.s. M«I'- earei Deen Smith, v \ nns ( 0 j ol |, her<| ivho is in wnr work- Mrs. Akin will move to Dlyllie- ville imiiiedintely, she sidd. Girl. Scout News Girls of Mrs. Glenn Liul Troop No. 4 will entertain theli mothers at a blrlhdny b:uif|iiet tomorrow niclil. 7:30 o'clock, al First Methodist Church. The affair is in celebration of their hoop's fifth birthdny. Or.'injr-utaiis ami chimpanzees can be clnssificd Ijy fin«erprints, just like humans. Feel ctuffy? 2 drops ii onoli nostril, lidp yoi cbrcndio dear. Cnnllon: Use only na rl iroctcit. Gel PEKETIIO NOSE DROPS For Easter Giving! JEWELRY Milk Maid Cosmetics Mary Dunhiii Perfume The Gift Shop Motlcrn ,V Antique Gifts MOSS BRYAN Continuous Shows Every Day Hox Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTHN TO KLCN 3:00 a.m. 12;.|5 ,,.,„. , !:30 p . ra Tluirsday and Friday WGE oivu Una uo»io mini " IHWUIM MDUW T0»l! A UIIIVEtSAl PICIU»E 102 Selcrltd Short Subjects Matinees Sal. & Hun. Only O|icns each night G:I5; starts 7 Opens Sunday 1:00; Hlarls 1:15 Continuous Shows S;it. and Sun. B.irpiin .N'ight Every Night Eiccpt Saturilay. No passes linaorcil on Sunday at the Floir. Thursday & Friday NOHTM8M Selected Sliort Subjects Mi.'.. Kniiicrlne Orcen of Mnniln, rtlrtrtfi deinity iirnnd leslurcr. of I" 1 I5l)> district of tlic Order of lie awlcrn Star, was guest of "iinr ut u banquet given lust nlitht Hotel Noub, inul InhM- served 8UMl speaker at a general meei- ing of (lie orgnntaitlon at I lie hull. , iiK! several from out-oMown, ntu-ndcrt ino Uuuiurl,- served In tho nine Room ,,t Ihc hfalel, Tho SI. I'nl- jU'ks clny theme was riuplmsl-a-d in the etyfn ai«l',wrllc eolorschemi! used tov<!ti-orii\j, the Inblc, wlilch «'ns lighted by ilcnder urcen Inn- crs inirnji)(J | M C j. y5 | nl cnm |, c ,,„,,,. crs. I^isv>hpwls of Dutch Iris wcj-e iwd nl Int'erviils'-Uie IciiRlh of Ihe liible. . I-Vllnwtng the dinner, Mrs. Orcen iuldres.sed members of (lie order who met at (he hull, refreshments of cuke and coffee, with green minis were served diirlhc the so- elal horn- which followed the mcel- Men In SeVvice Doiize) s. llodnctt. son of Mrs. E' »f L. Ilodncll. of Uye-w. luis bpi-n liromoled to private first cluss, ac- conlliig (o an nnnotmccment received from the European Theater of O|)rriillon.s. I'rivale Iloilnctt h n lltler bfiircr and hns reen action wllli his Infan- I'y unit In. Normandy, Northern I'nince and Oermnuy. Sergeant Chnrle.? D. Ellis, son ol Mr. mid M rs . Albert Kills of Blylhc- ville lias been awarded the Good Comlue.t Mcdnl , for inilslandliil; iiclitevement, attention- lo duty, el- (Icience nnrt goort conduct. Scrceant Ellis ts iissli!iic<l to thu 349111 'IVooi) Cniricr Grout) al Pope . C. :••••'-,. 'I'-l Cecil M. Bromley of Route 1, Blytlicville, who saw combat during his three and a hair years In the South I'nclfic, vuis returned lo the United States last month. The combat infnnlrymmi, nfler a fmloiiBh at his home, has arrived llic Army Ground and Service Forces Redistribution Station, Mot Springs, Ark. Night Club Set Enjoying Curfew Many Entertainers Relaxing At Home As Result Of Ban NKW YOlfK, Mm-. I (ij.i'.)._ The nation's new curfew law has chunked New York's sopht.siicnted nljiht club M>|, Into lltiio homebodies, mid they like it. Tiike Jane Picked, the ni^ht club sitter. For years Jane IMS been kcoplnn u list of books to read, Now tluil she- f[«its work at. she has UCHUII reiuliiif in bed. Cuiivnlly, June' about halfway Ihroiijjh Cipoi-jje K||,,i' s - sllHS Miivni'i 1 .' 1 j "ll's Brent," says Jan,,. Then I hero Is Jane Formal) of (lie CopiU'obaim Club. She wus cinfcwi'd rlgM mil of a Jnlj when the club closed. Now she Just sleeps, and Miss Fromun says It Is wonderful, once von net used to It. On (he masculine .side of the eu- Icilainment list. Hie rein-lion Is almost (ho snmo, Utiml U'ftder Charlie Hplvak's nliu'-.vear-old sun, Joseph, thinks Ihe cerfcw Is'wonderful. JiH'.v siiys his lather Jumps out of bed in seven in the morning Ilicsc days, eats his oatmeal mid drives him olf to school. "Oee," Miy.s Joe, "I wish they'd thought of the ('ill-few u lotm lliiie. lino. The uiaslcr of ceremonies at the Kuban lileu, Julius Monk, sn.vs he likes the new inldni|(ht closlnc, loo. I(, y.lvcs him u m ,j f ()v |,L> hobby. "I niiilce fiid|;e. tons of It" "IIOIlCSl, ] just, 10VC flKtRC. One limn. Sinner Morion Downey, snys In' dislikes the carly-to-bed law. _l)nwney says It's ucttlnu so bad, NEURALGIA Cnjiuillno rcllovca Nciiralgta nnil llcnilnclii: tnst bcciunc ll'a ll(|Ul<l, A|HO nllnva lllc r«nUlni: nor'tc loiulon. Uso| only ns Ulrcclcd. 10c, 30o nml fo sizes. PAGE FIVE his seeping nl nluht uvstcad „/ Ji<>', tlmi he 1ms started hanging ''m"« cafcl(1| ' lns «'"l rcslaumnls until the sun comos out. "Daylight." Downey explains, >»»•'* my eyes . .nlmiya has," of Shoes for All ffie Family! v ; GOLD ACROSS SHOES For Women 6.95 per pair RHYTHM STEP SHOES • • ••••;; - ;P •:;'<;'• ':'.'•• •'•', -'.••... For Wo me ni 7.95 per pair ENNA JETTICK SHOES wi*' For Women £* $5 to 6.50 per pair A large selection of WOMEN'S and CHILDREN'S ANKLETS 25c, 35c & 39c per pair POLL PARROT SHOES For Boys & Girls AT POPULAR PRICES JARMAN SHOES For Men 5.85 to 7.95 per pair WINTHRQP SHOES . For Men & Boys $5 fo 8.95 per pair Star Brand Work Shoes For Men & Boys AT POPULAR PRICES MEN'S HOSE 25c to 69c A Large Selection The Family Shoe Store 312 W. Main Phone 2342 Students Offer Program Based On Radio Show v i ,?, ll ?,' vcl ' Jil< "> »f "Take It Or • °'" of " lc " m ' u lion. ,, ., , ;;. , Frqcman Robliuson was In charge of Oie program for the day, with HOSCO Crafton to present next week's program. Quests included Roy Grove, Jonesboro Klwanlan; Marvin Nunn, yeoman I-e; Harry Bogan rind Fred W. MtGhcc. - , A "blue moon" Is only a natural phenomenon. It Ib caused *by the refraction of moonlight through . Ico crystals high" iirlhe'nlmosphare. Rond CourlgrNcga .,Wari» AOa., ' ATFIRSf" ' Pastel Costume Suit 29' 5 Others 19.95 to 44.50 Kaslcr punido leader—the collarlcHs coslnmo suit— so softly flaUcrintr in lovely pastels! From a new SjuiJig Lolluciion njcliuling nc>vV cn|)C! stiiLs, boleiob tailleiu«, two-lone hcaulicl 12-20; EASTER NECKWEAR . v . Crisp Dickies'-arid' coliiii's,'''. _, .Basiling'. .PriiiUScnrfK. • A wide selection. ' '•"•• and up YOUR EASTER BONNET — It's provocatively Pretty—It's Here for You Now! 2.99 and up FE!NBERG'5 FASHION SHOP Blytheville Phone 2221 Cape Girardeau

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