The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 14, 1945 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE COURIER HEWS WEDNESDAY, MARCH 14, 1945 Coming Events , * - THURSDAY Mrs Marvin Robinson entertaining Octetle Luncheon Club Thursday Bunco Club meeting with Mrs Byron Moore. Miss Virginia Martin entertaining Thursday Night Bridge Club. Thursday Luncheon' Club meeting with Mrs Russell Phillips FRIDAY Mrs "Shorty" Rector enterWn- Jng Initial Club at home of Mrs. •Jack Maish Chapter "N" of P.E.O. meeting with Mrs RUey B Jones, with Mrs Dixie Crawford as co-hostess, 1 p.m SATURDAY !' Mrs James Hill Jr. entertaining I A A O, 3 p m Mrs George \V Pjles and Miss ' Betty Jane Martin entertaining at v> bridge honoring Miss Marjorle ; "'Warren. Dessert Biidge Honors Miss Warren, Bride-Elect 'Mrs J M Jontz and Mrs. J. Mell Brooks Jr entertained 1C guests at a dessert bridge last night at the Jont? home, to continue the series of parties being guen m special compliment to Mfss Maijone Warren, bride-elect ofrHarrj Newton Whltls, United States Army, of Baltimoie.Md, mid Greenfield, Tenn Tiny bridal bouquet place cards marked the places of the guests ~\vith a pastel color scheme ol .~ pink, green and white carried out in the dessert course sened Yellow jonquils and other Sprini blossoms were aUractlvel> arranged in the entertaining rooms where i bridge *as plajcd during the eve 1 nlng High score prize was won b; I Miss- Adah Robinson and Fecond < high bs Miss Warren, *ho alsi • \vas: presented with a special gif " from her hostesses. Daughter Born ^Wednesday Mr. nnd Mrs. Janies Orvlll Mc- jowen of Mobile, • Ala., formerly of Blythevllle, are the parents of a soil born Ifist Wednesday. The iaby, their first child, has been lamed,James Russell; Mrs. McCowcn Is the former Miss Elizabeth Ann Simpson of Blythe- vllle. Cellmates 1st Birthday Because Jimmy Bryant was one year old yesterday, his mother, Mrs. J. J. Bryant, entertained of his young friends and their mothers, with n birthday party nt the Bryant home, 152D West Walnut, After nu hour of playing with Jimmy's toys, Ihe youngsters went out on the lawn where snapshots of the group were made. Individual birthday cakes; each bearing one tiny birthday candle, gethcr with Ice . cream were I'ved for refreshments, and each oung guest received an Enstcr asket filled with candy for a avor. • • ., * Greens Have Daughter Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Green are he parents of a daughter born ist Wednesday nt Blythevllle Hos- iital. The bnby, their first child, has icen named Judy Marie. ' Gen, Eisenhower Medal for Boy Scouts 'Gee-Eye Revue 7 To Be Presented Here Next Week "Gee Eye Revue", hilled as show "loaded with girls, comedy, singing and dancing, plus novelty acts", will be presented at the BAAP recreation hall next Wednesday night. March 21. "Gee-Eye Revue" features the Mflilnlyn Wallace Girls, singers and dancers; nenald and Rudy, acrobats; Jed Dooley and Company'; a omedy .avclle, great commandments that Jesu. icard «s a boy as He attendet orshlp in the synagogue, occupy 5 a place in the ritual from Sab di to Sabbath of similar Import ice to the Lords Prayer,In th orshlp of Christian churche. Well might we make those com aiidments, nlso, a part of our reg ar Christian worship, until w oinc a little nearer to makih icm effective In daily life ah onducl. Miss LaFetra May Weds In California Ceremony 1 The man i age of Miss LaFctr > • May daughter of Mr and Mr "" LaFayette May, to Joe Hina «" Wolteis of San Dfego, and Jack "^ son. Mo, was quietly solemnize lest night, 7 30 o'clock, in Sa ]j Dsego U>\ Tlie double" ring ceremony .wn & First " •i ' As 'shortages, Bits of News Mostly Personal is waste paper continues to he one of the nations critical ages the War Production Board, through its chairman, J. A, has called upon the nation's 1,800,350 Cub Scouts,.Boy Scout* land "their leaders to collect 150,000 tons of waste paper during 'March and April. Last year when asked to collect 100,000 tons, th« JBoy Scouts of America collected 117,000 tons. • Every member who collects 1,000 pounds ot waste paper Uwastebasket scraps, brown bags, wrapping paper, corrugated and 'cardboard boxes and cartons, magazines, books and newspapers) 'will receive the Boy Scout-General Eisenhower Waste Paper Cam- ipaign Medal shown above. The medal, in.bronze, is suspended ifrom a red and white ribbon. . . . 1 «- Every Cub Pack, Boy Scout Troop or Senior Scout Unit which Collects waste paper ecfuivalent lo 1,000 pounds per boy member iwill receive a genuine shell case returned from a European battle field after use which will contain a printed citation by Gen, Eisen hower The paper used in these 75-mm. shell containers or larger .has been specially processed and cannot be used again, c. Mrs. Field, Alex Rneburn of Maxwell Ala., is here visiting her Law Tends Toward Liberty, but Only When Not Contrary to Laws.of GOG mother, Mrs. Leon Baker, nnd her brother. Lnrry Joe Baker. Mrs. D. G. Hlndnum Is attending a meeting of the executive board, of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of the Methodist Churches in Arkansas, being held today and tomorrow at Hotel La- Fayelte In Little Rock. - Condition of Miss Cllffie Webb, who underwent an operation Monday morning at Memphis,, Baptist Hospital, wns satisfactory yesterday. Her sisicr, Mrs, Lucy Mc- Adnms, is in Memphis with her. The Rev. D. G. lllndninn Is bride wore ft cliessmaker I spending the week in Jonesboro, -,U,L ot orchid wool ttith a soft where he is attending n r blouse ol white, and brov n ncces-Vs Clinic, which will lust through Her corsage was of orchids. Friday. ' Mrs. George Smith. spent today phis where she attended lo Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Humphrey BY WILUAM E. GILROY, D. I). There Is, and can be, no life without law. It Is by the Inws ol nature that we come Into the world, and by the laws of nature that all life Is nourished and sustained. In babyhood the process is without, our knowledge or consciousness, but os we grow we understand, nnd we work constantly with nature to our benefit and up- building, or we disregard the laws - Mr: and Mrs, Wol'ers will "their home in San Diego, he is stihoned at the Navy Weath- | er Central as an and where Mrs , i . . . . area grapher, 1,011, quite ill at their home will be y~emrjlo>ed as a technician at Mercy ~^ HcspStil ^* * * • • 3 fiDAR. Entertained : f f»; At Luncheon Meeting 07 East , clcrr j, At The Hospitals '.Walls Hospital | Admitted: Russell Rinlcs, city. Charles Holt, Osceola. James Brown, Holland, Mo. Lowell Dnughcrty, city. Mrs. C. P. Tucker and Mrs. A. G. Little were hostesses yesterday at ~a luncheon at Hotel Noble for members of the Charlevoix' Chnp- Djsmlsscd: Cer of the D.A.R., who later met 1 Phyllis Annette Hicks. Holland, in the Colonial Room .for a. bnsi-|Mo. ness session and program. Eleven members and three guesls, Mrs. E. E. Stevens, Mrs. Ed Pcnn of 'ililton, Fla., and Mrs. Paul Harrison, were present for Uv luncheon, served in the main din- _ ing room Jonquils and sprays ot I R t. "3," c ity, n daughter forsylhia ^blosEoms formed a color-1 H ft e rTioon. ful -centerpiece for the luncheon Dismissed' table Mrs. Charles Penn, regent, wns in charge of the brief business ses ^ sion, and Mrs. M. O. Usrey presented the aitcrnoon's program, discussing. "T he Ideology I n America and in England in the Period Preceding the Revolution." adult life we arc In Inrge measure bes; for how little we understand the complex and mysterious ing we call "life, 1 and.in spite of l.our research how far we are as 'el from discovering all the laws hat govern It! But every sensible man knows iat we live In a world of law And this Is as true of the higher anges of life as of Us physical oundallon. We are 'discovering this icrcnsingly In our political and so- la! life. There are laws of human •elfare the neglect of which, 01 he disobedience of which, bring: rngedy and destruction. We'know hat there cannot be liberty with- ul Inw; and that where some.have freedom, .without regard to law nd the liberties nnd rights o hers, unhappy social condition suit that ultimately affect tin el (are of all. But when we write of law ani bcrly, we must recognize that n! w does not make [or liberty. Peo e often speak, or write of obed nee as if it were in itseU a. vlr ions nnd desirable thing. It dc Mrs. Jr.ck Sallba, city. Mrs. Bcrnlc Npil, Steelc, Mo. Blydicvllle Hospital Admitted: Joe Melcalf, city. Born to Mr. and Mrs. D. Gillette yeiterdaj t Bridge Club Entertained Yellow Jonquils were attractively * arranged in the entertaining rooms of .the Albert K. Taylor home last f night when Mrs. Taylor was hostess to members of the Double G r~ a A b l 0 "TV Vemng ° f briti f- , 1 Sis ™ "'""- '""" Miss Josephine Burns, Osceola. Gleiidn Dickerson, city. Memphis Baptist Hospital Admitted: John W. Edrlngton, Osccoln. Memphis St. Joseph's Hospital Admitted: Robert Chilton, Canithcrsvill Mo. Sunday School Worker To Visit Osceola ChurcJ Miss Elizabeth Cullcn, Southwic Sunday School worker for the Baptist Sunday School Board from Nashville, Tcnn., will spend next novelty act; Browne comedy xylophone and act; id Bob Wayne; emcee *nd singer. The revue will be staged here as UBO'Camp Show production and 111 be presented under the aus- Ices of the Personnel Services Of- ce. ' Admission will be free to mlll- ary personnel and their guests. Food Shortages Will Affect War Prisoners WASHINGTON, Mar, 14 (UP) — Prom now on prlsoners^of-war arc going lo start feeling the pinch of ;ood shortages ' along with the American civilians. The War Department says tha plentiful foods will fill in fo scarce items wherever possible on prisoner-of-war menus. Under the Geneva Conference prisoners must be given ration equal In- quality and quantity to that of troops and base camps. But the War Department points out, that enemy prisoners don't necessarily have to get the same menu. They'll still be getting food high n nutritional, value. But they will nve to gel ilong^without those oods which are hard to get here t home. Missourian Wounded He. Hansel E. Proctor, son of virs. Mary L. Proctor, of Stecle, has been wounded in the European theater of operations, It has been announced by the War Department. The extent of his injuries was not known. EASTER GREETING CARDS! - - Easter Gifts. A,tt.ra,cilvely Wrapped, Mailc Kea'ily.'For Mailing. . < > The Gift Shop Modern'& Antique Gifts MOSS BRYAN pends entirely upon what o beys. Obedience to men like III er, and to the sort of laws th icy have enacted has brought ho or and suffering upon the wpr nd nt the moment of writing ooks as if that sort of obedience s about to bring doom upon the icople who have given it. Laws inve often been promulgated and lesigned to establish tyranny, ra,- her than promote liberty. Law tends toward liberty, only u'hen it is not contrary to the laws f God, and of Gods world. And the highest law of nil, the only aw obedience to which could bring ulncs of liberty and welfare to nan, Is the law of Love. The two great commandments of Love—to love . God with all the heart, nnc! soul, and mind, nnd strength; ami to love one's neigh bor as ones self—are not of Christianity, or nventlons peculiarly Christian. They are a part of that great heritage from Judaism ^t Jesus faid He had n<>t come to T stroy, but to fulfill. They were the IRRITATIONS OF EXTERNAL CAUSE Pczcina, Eiciio pimples, simple ringworm, tetter, ealt rheum, limniis (blockheads), . juul ugly IjTokcu-mil skin. Millions rc- MDYO itclung, burning nnd soreness of tlicsoimscrieSMith this simple home treatment, lllnck nnd JVIiitc Ointment goes to work atoncD. Aids healing, works the nnliseptic way. M years success. lOc. 2oc, 50c sizes. Purcli:is« price, refunded if you're not satisfied. Use only ns <li- rccled. Vilnl iii'dciinsinc is Hood soaji. Enjoy Black and White Skin Soap daily. Mrs, Crawford Is Hostess All members of the Tuesday Bridge Club attended the party given yesterday afternoon by Mrs. Dixie Crawford at her home on Kentucky. Avenue. Bright jonquils and other Spring flowers decorated the house. High score prize, was won by Mrs. Riley B. Jones and second high by Mr=. Lloyd Stickmon. A'salad course was served. Miss Cullen will work wit: Cradle Roll, Beginner and Primary j Departments giving instructions to workers in charge of these classes. Phere 'lias been an increase 40 per cent in fatal road accidents England since 1921. teS-fl^S^ij. ."f; •Vj'V.Stt' '•?•', Hs$^vMB&$ This Great Medicine Helps Md Up Resistance Apinst S«ch Holms! Ljdla E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound Is famous not only to rcllava monthly crampa, headache, buckadhe, but ALao accompanying nervous l«n- ilon, cranky, restless, tired, "dragged out" feelings—when due to functions! monthly disturbances. Plnkham's compound Uwhut Doctors o»H a ulerfne jcdaKuc bccauM It hs» ft soothing cdect on ono of wouaa'a ^mtwt Important orBana. • Taken nrailMly—this Ktsat medicine helps build up resistance urtklntt such dlsircss. A van sensible tMna to dot I'JLS^?." B I? n " "tomachlc tonfc.FoUow Ubel directions. Buy todijl Mrs. Dalton C. Fowlston, B. A. M. S. M. Rearranging of schedule makes it possible to accept several more pupils in piano and voice. Former New York Organist nnd Teacher Pupil ol Clarence Dickinson President ot Union Theological Seminary School of Music For Appointment Phone or Write Mrs. Dallon C. Fowlafon 1101 Chlckasawbs rhone 2*49 , VMeTAMI COMPOUND SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS properly designed, are remembered always. Our flowers are always fresh, and all work Is guaranteed to please. Let our expert designers help you with your floral needs. FLOWER SHOP ».T.D, 8*nte* We DeBra Anrwfcm FK «1 Mn. 3, ML <MU«) WJlVum*, oww» Qtese** BUf. MEATS, FATS, ETC, Book 4, Red Stamps Q5 through S5 good llirough March 31. Stamps To through X5 , good through April 28. Stamps Y5, Z5 and A2 through D2, good tlirough Juno 2. Stamps E2 through J2 good through June 30. I'HOCESSED FOODS "Book 4, Blue Stamps X5, Y5, Z5 and A3 and B2, good through March 31. Stamps C2 through G2, good through April 28. Stamps H2 through M2, good through June 2. Stamps N2 through S2, good through June 30. SUGAR Book 4, Stamp No. 35, good for five pounds through June 2. Another stamp Is scheduled to be validated May 1. Home-canning sugar, up to 20 pounds per person, will be available March 15. SHOES Book 3, Airplane Stamps 1, 2 and 3. Termination date not set. GASOUNK 14-A coupons good for four gal- ons each through March 21. B-5, -5, B-G and C-C coupons good for ve gallons. Beware Coughs from common colds That Hang On Creomulsion relieves promptly because ifc'gocs right to the seat of the •rouble to help loosen and expel jerm laden phlegm, and aid nature o soothe and heal raw, tender, In- lamed bronchial mucous membranes. Tell your druggist to sell you t, bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding you must like the way it cjuickly allays the cough or you are X) have your money hack. « CREOMULSION forCouehs. Chest Colds, Bronchitis CITZ Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opuns 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 9:00 a.m. 12:15 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Last Time Today Our Hearts Were Young And Gay with Diana I/yno and Gail Kussell Selected Shorl Subjects Thursday and Friday Irs A MUSICAI —————— THAI WILL SHAMROCK THE NATION! IRfSHWES ARE ^ SM11WG Paramount News and Selected Short Subject ROKY Matinees Sat. & Sun. Only Opens each night 6:45; slarts 1 Opens Sundny 1:00; Slarts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. and Sun. Bargain Night Every Night Except Saturday. No passes honored on Sunday at the Rosy. Last Time Today Double Feature The New York Store AND Mysterious Doctor wilh Ktchard Arlcn Blytheville, Ark. 716? VI ft' 11 Thursday and Friday LIFEBOAT wilh TallulaU Rr.nkhc.nl and William Beiulix Selected Shoii Subject

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