The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 1, 1945 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, March 1, 1945
Page 7
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I'UUUSDAY, MARCH 1, 19-15 _Jtl,YTHliVH,Lli COURIER NEWS 0, E. S. Official Guest Of Honor Banquet Here Coming FRIDAY Mrs. Herman May entertaining Initial Club. Chapter "N" of P. E. o. meeting with Mrs. Elton W. Klvby, 2 p.m. . Mrs. Kirby Entertains 14 For Club Members, Gucsls Often a giiesl at parlies given »>' members of the Wednesday Hndgc Club, Mrs. niton Kirby yesterday entertained that group at a bridge luncheon at her home, when she iit-o was hostess to a number of other quests, incliulini; Mrs M. A. Jsiiafs, Mrs. Hunter Sims Mrs. W. u Homer, Mrs W j' I'olliu-d and Mrs. Marvin Robinson! A two course luncheon vfs.'rrred at small tables arranged in the living room, which was attractively decorated with vases of Siirlii" tulips, jonquils and narcissi Mrs. Hairy Ki r i )y received hi"h score .prize among the club members, Mr.-. chal . lcs UaS( , ,,.,,, SMoml high, anil Mrs. Isaacs was winner among the guests. P. E. 0. Chapter Meets Mrs. M. O. Usrey entertainer] 15 members of chapter -n- of the i. E. O. Sisterhood at luncheon yesterday afternoon at her Home on West Main Street. Vellow jonquils and wliilc narcissi formed an effective centerpiece for the dining table, irom which a buffet luncheon war- served Tlie afternoon's program on "Brawl was presented by Mrs. Charles S. Lemons. Guests Attend Parly The presence of several guests (;ave special interest to the party Bivcn yesterday afternoon by Mrs. J. C. Ellh at her home at, Barfield for members of the Town ,-ind cmin- tvy Club. Guests included Mrs C E. Keek. Mrs. W. M. McKenzie and her hoiiscgucst, Mrs. Eula McKenzie of Montgomery. Ala. Bridge was played during the af- 'crnoon, with high SCUM.' prize won ny Mis. C. C. Langslon and second high by Mrs. w. M. Mciccnzlc Mr?. Euln McKenzie also was presented will) n gin from her hostess. A dessert course with coffee was served. Class Meeting Postponed The meeting of the Dorcas Hun- day School Class of First Baptist Church, scheduled to be held tomorrow afternoon. 2:30 o'clock at the church, has been postponed Airs. w. w . Watson and Mrs. K. L. Wade were to have served as hostesses. Bridge Club 'Entertained .Mrs. R. C. Norton played bridge with members of the A. b c Club last night when Mrs. Toby Loim entertained the group nt her home on Davis Avenue. A dessert course was served nl. the conclusion of the evening's game, in which high score prize went to Mrs William Young and second high to Mrs. Sanford Shelton.. Students Plan Social Affair At Legion Hut Climnjcing the entertainment calendar for the school year will be the annual Junior Ball to be given loinori-oR- night at the American Legion Hut, when the event promises to be * gala affair. A SI, Patrick's Day theme will be earned oul in the decorations and each sjuesl must wear some-' thing green in order to be admil- Icd. Dmin B intmnission. refreshments will be served and entertainment furnished by fj, c "Silver Gate Quartette." who will sin* several popular numbers. Frank Nicholson is chairman of (he entertainment, committee assisted by Den Lancashire ' and Chester Caldivell Jr.; Betty Woodson and Harrv Fair are on the refreshment committee, anil Frances Shcuse and Frances Field have charge of the decorations. Meetings A special mreliiij. ( ,f Chickasawba Lodge No. UM. F, ,v A. M.. will be held tomorrow nishl, 7:30 o'clock, ill the hntl. The second degree will be conferred, it v.-as announced by If. R. Aikin. worshipful master. I Royalty Takes the Stage in England . Bits of News Mostly Personal Mr. and Mrs. Warren II. Jackson have taken the house at 1100 Chicka.rawba. formerly occupied by -vr. and Mrs. Gcorije Lane, who have moved to El p.iso, Texas Mrs. Jackson, who has been in Canitlienvllic since her recent marriage to Mr. Jackson, will join him here this weekend. ffc. Bob J. Jordan of the Marine corps, who lias been stationed at -anta Barbara, Calif., following two years overseas servcic, arrived yesterday to spend a brief furlough with his grandparents, Mr and Mrs. K. c. Sevier and hh sister. Mrs. Howard DeSpliiitcr .111,1 other relative;',. The Rev. Thomas B. Smythe Jr is HI with Influenza at his home on North Sixth Street, Mrs. T. J. Worslcy and children. Dale and Ann, returned yesterday to their home in Forrest City after a visit here with her parents Mr .avUtfs^VYaltei-.. Stilcij.,-,. . T ' - Charle.s Harris, who is undcrcoine nietlieai .treatment at Blytheville naspital. nas improved today _ Mrs 13. A. Goodrich will return baturday f rom Oiibertsville Ky where she has spent a week with Her daughter. Mrs. John Thomas, and Mr. Thomas. Tech Sei'Bl. and Mr.s. P au i Lofhn have arrived for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs 13 F Loflin and family. Sergeant Loflin' who returned to the United States on Jan. 26 after service in New Guinea,.has been in a sovermncnt hospital in McKinney. Texas, since that time, undergoing treatment, for arthritis. He now is on 30-day convalescent furlough Condition ol .Mrs. E. M. Regenold of Armorel. who is undergoing treatment al Blytheville Hospital for a spiiicr bite, was improved loday. Baker Wilson has been admitted to Memphis Baptist Hospital for treatment. Mrs. Wilson is in Memphis with him. New Liberty News Mr. and Mrs. T. If. stewarl and danshler. Patsy; niid Mr. and Mrs. Uollar of Memphis, were the week- QUICK RELIEF FROM Symptoms of Distress Arising from STOMACH ULCERS DUE TO EXCESS ACID Free BookTells oj HomeTreatment that Must Hefp or it Will Cost You Nothing ' «ol)rcn sold fur rcllcfot symntomsorrlistreis arising from«om«<:h P^ °"°' l "'' } "'"» dim 10 E««, Acl.1- ffor Dlsenlsn. Sour or Ur»H stomattt, In . r"' ""f""""., etc., % t "if'?-* *%• i 0 ' 1 ' on '*'•»«• trial Ask for "Wilurd't M«sa 8 o" wlucL tully eiplalns [Ills lrca(rr.cnt-» r et— it BLYTIIRVILLE- KTRI3Y HI-WAY DRUG CO ' UOBJNSON DRUG CO ARMOREL: ARMOREL DRUG 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 nrc remembered slwaj-s. Our flowers arc always fresh, and oil work Is guaranteed to please. Let our expert designers help you with your floral needs, P FLOWER SHOP F.T.D. Strrt « We Deliver Anywhere Ph. 131 airs. J. St { M ac ) wiUlams, owner Glenco* BW». renton, ,| ;U igh- end giit'sis of Mrs. stcwurl's iwr- ents, Mr. mid Mrs. n. Oarratl, um« fiiinil}'. Mr. sin,! Mrs. j. a. Williams and Itiimly, and ML nwl M ,. s _ j, (ck Willinnu ami diitis-htcr, Evelyn .'pent the weekend in lenn,. with relatives. Mrs. Chadi'S uirks ,,, ; - tcr, Normii, of ISpllcvillc, Mich ure visitinc her parents. Mr. :U ul '.Mrs B. Long and family. Mrs. Miigi'le Brewer iUK | ,\u,s. Uota Allen of Aberdeen. Miss are quests of ihcir f, her M rs r F Wheat mid fiiinily. Mr. and Mrs. I. t. Mny , inrt f., m . il.v of Blytheville spent SuiKlnv here -.villi reliitive.s. At The Hospitals Walls Hospital Admitted: Mrs. George Cnldtvcll. Sleele, Mo Born to Mr. and Mrs. Hoy' Jophn, Canilhersville, Mo., u son. Dismissed: Bertha Ann Vlaynes, city. Charles iVorthcult, stceie. Mo Ulyllicvillc H»s|)ilal Admitted: Doris Dean Holideld. citv, Mrs. Benny Spencer. Holland. Mo Dismissed: Mrs. Luther Robinson, city.'. ' Memphis Ho.s-uii'hV Admitted: Mrs. J. B. Klimcy. Bassetl Baker Wilson, city. S. Jiedel, city. .Memphis Methodist Hospital Admitted: Born to Mr. am; ;.:,,,. c.' T. Beckham, Osccola, a son. i Jonesboro Woman | Becomes Owner jOf Beauty Shop Mrs. \v. I,. Akin tit .loncslioro hils purchased Margnrcl's Ik-uiity aho) in the Inr;rniu Building, which sh i plans to operate personally, It was | aniioniurpd [ O day. Mrs.- Carlcton, who recently pnr- elwsi'd the s))oi> from Mrs.' Mur- Biiret Dcen Einitli, plnns to jol: her husband who L* In »-«r work Mrs. Akin will move to Dlythc- vllle immediately, shi; said. ('irl Scout News , Girls of Mrs. Glenn Ladd'f •Troop No. 4 will entertain theti mothers nt a hlnhdiiy baiiqiiet tomorrow niijht, 7:30 o'clock, at. Firsl Melhodlst Church. The affair is in celebration o: their troop's fifth birthday. jean be clussified by finscrpiints just like hiiiiKins. Wwfi\ >rt ;M^ 0 , &*>*4 and sur- ffij-^ 'm (itiied ol Ihe beauiiful Iffi™,, . 'f diiferente. looks dark ..fs' ... '"f in Ihe stitk. Blends lo {••i§g^-'"' o brillionl noiurol lone. Slnys on longer, with- ^^fil out <ftrms lips. Very W ^"' indelifc!;. ^ We Deliver! I'honc 507 ii^''"l,' iU ' ff5 ' 7 2(Ir °i >3 » 'pfiKseaeh nostril, liclii yoi » WJaUnljI^yl bre*li;o freer.' Caution: PHMCTIIO NOSE DROPS Ftir Easter Giving! JEWELRY Milk Moid Cosmetics Mary Dunhili Perfume The Gift Shop Modern A Anlii|iic Oifh MOSS BRYAN Continuous Shows Every Day Hox OTfirc Opens ] :45 Show Stiitls 2:00 LISTK.V TO KT.CN n:00 a.m. J2:|j ,,.,„. ., :30 p Thursday ;tnd I'Vitl Thursday — Friday — And Saturday Nights 9 fo 12 OVJoi'k In the Beautiful BLUE ROOM of the HOTEL NOBLE Admission fiOc Tnd. Tax ES ADJHTTEI) ONLY WITH KSCOKT : (IT totims *»:i!w lomr. A UNIVtSSAl PICIURt 102 Selected Sluirl Subjects Malinccs Sat. t V Hun. Only Opens each night 6:45; starts 1 Opens Sunday 1:00; Slarts 1:15 Continuous Shows Kal. and Sun, Bargain Night Kvcry Nlglil Eiccpt Saturday. No passes hunorccl on Sunday al Iho Hosy. Thur.sdav & Fridav NORTH SM Sfleclcd Short Subjects MIJ,. Knilicrlne Oreeii of Mnnlln I * lt1 « *'l«ity iimnd leslnrcr. of "' IStb dlstriei O fj the Order of "e Kiutent Stor, wn.s Biiesl of '"I'l'i- »( a baiitiuel «lven hist nlnlit ' Hotel Noble, and latiM- serve<l s KiH'st speaker nl u Benerolmect- "K oi (lu- orgiuilznllou al the hull. , •, ^• ci " > fi«,i->,^, Inehidlni; >c\eral from otil-of-lown, iiHemicd ^>e I'Aiuiuet.-.sorvcd hi the Hlue Room at (lie hold. Tho SI I'al- •Irt's day Dieinc was nupliniilwd llii' gipfn nnd''.wrltc color scheme 'I to»)qecorii\e', the table, which lighted, by slender (freen (up. hi ch'stal eandle hold- pf Duleh ills wejc ejv d tit biU'rvjils'-lhe IciiKlh of the the (tinner, Mrs. Ovcen «Wrcs.sed members of (lie order vlui met at (he hnll, refrcshmenh of cnke and coffee, with ween iilnls wn-f .senvd durln fi (be so- Inl hour which followed Ihe mcel- Men In Se'rvice noiize) s. Jlodnell. .son of Mrs. •fie I,, lloduett of Uyi-ss, has been Hxiiiinicd (o private flrnt class, ac- ordlnj; io mi aimotincrmeiil re- elved from the Birropean Thealvr of O|KTiilton.s. I'rlvnte Ilociiiell k a litler bearer nd has seen fiction with his infan- iy unit In. Norinnndy, Northern 'ranee ami Germany. Hergennt Clmrlf.s n. Ellis son oi [r. and,Mrs. Albeit Ellis or Blytlu:- Ule has been awarded the Gocx! -'omliict Mcctnl for oiil.slmullni; achievement, nttcntlon |o duly, ef- 'Iclcncc ami good conduct. Serucaiil Ellis L-i fiVslfncd to (he 349lli Troop Carrier Groui) at I'ope w iel<l, K. C. . • . \. • • > • T-l Cecil M. Bromley of Koiilc 1. Slythcvlllc, who saw combat, di»'»iB )is ihreo and a half years In the South Pncltlc, was rcliimed to the 'nited Slates lust, month. 'Hie combat Infantryman, fl f(,. r furlough nl his home.' hns arrived the Army Ground und Service orc« IlcdlrtriSiiMoii Htiition, Hot Springs, Ark, Night Club Set Enjoying Curfew Many Entertainers Relaxing At Home As Result Of Ban NKW YOHK. Mar. 1 (U, !>.)._ The nation's new ciirfeu' law bus chunked New York's floplilsllmu-il iiluhl I'lnb set Into hllle homebodies. mid (hey like II •rake Jane 1'lckdl, (he nl|;ht club slnuei. l>\>i years j linc llns Hern keeping it list or books to read, Now (tun she ipills work at niLdnlnlil she has br,;mi mulliu- in bed. Currently. Jane' about luilf- way lln-niiuh Cleoif;c Idiot's "Silas Muriii'i'.' 1 1 "It's lili'iil," says June. '1'hen iherc Is .Tune Kormini the Copni'olmnn ClnU, .she win. ciirfi'wcd right mil of n Job whin the club elosiMl. Now she J,, S | sleeps, and Miss l-'roimm snys 1 Is wonderful, once you Rd usc< to it. On the mnsculliie .side of the en- Inliilninem list, the reaction ||i ( . smile. Hand lender Charlie Splvuk'. ulne-yeni-old son, Joseph, think. Ihi.' rcrfriv Is 1 wonderful. Joey snys his lather Jumps on oi bi-il at .seven in MH> mornli Ihe.w days, cuts his oaimeal uui drives him ofl to school. "dec." .says Joe, "I wish thi-y'c Ihouiiht of (he eurfew a loiu illlU'. ll^o. The master of ceremonies at the Hiilmn lileii, Julius Monk, says he llla-s (he new mlilnlchl loo. It gives lilni tlmi; hobby, "1 make tuibie. lon.s of "Honest. I Jus) love fudge. One man. Kinder Morton Downej says he ill.sUkcs the early-lo-bc< law. Downey snys It's gelling so bud PAGE FIVE for hi NEURALGIA Cnpuilluo relievo NcurnlBlA atid rrnilticlli; ina IWCMKC U'B lli|llUI. Al«o nllnya the rcjiMnLh^ nurvo tension. Duo [only cis directed. JOc, 30cn of Shoes for All the Family! 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McGhec. . ,.,.,, A "blue moon" is only a natural phenomenon., u Is caused "by the retraction of moonlight through ice crystaMiIgh (n •«,<.' atmosphere. Pastel Costume Suit 29 Others 19:95 to 44.50 Kaslcr imradn Ic-iidcr—l!is cgllurlcss co.sUintG-suit— • so softly fliiUcnng in lovely piiK.lela! From u new .Spring mllcctidn.JntlDdinK- nu\v cnp'c.., miite; boleros-' Irtillcin-.s, two-loiic! hba'tilicii; 12-20' •-" ' : '' ,' EASTER NECKWEAR .'V. Crisp Dickies arid colla'rs.'. . .. Djisliing ,Print,.Scarfs. A wide • Rtleclidn. ' 1 99 and up YOUR EASTER BONNET — It's provocatively I'reUy—H's Here for You Now! 2.99 ;inj up O FEINBERG'S FASHION SHOP Blyfhevifle Phone 2221 Cape Girardeau

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