The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 19, 1945 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, March 19, 1945
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PAGE TWO Coming Events ,TUESDAY _-, Miss Mary Spain Usrey entertaining double,G,Club. : :• CIub'-Efght meeting' with i'lrs. Paul Jobe. . . Langc Parent Teacher Association ••meeting at school, 3 p. m., preceded by executive board meet- li!E, 2:30 p. in. Mnple Grove. .Cemetery Association meeting with Mrs. E. P. Elo- iiicycr, 2:30 p. m. ' . WEDNESDAY Mrs. C. E. 'Crigger Jr. entertaining Tuesday Bridge Club. Mis. F. E. Black ciUerhtlnlng Wednesday Bridge Club. La Neuve Club meeting with Mrs. John R. McDonald. Miss Marguerite Dolen entertnln- ins A. b. C. Club. THOHSDAY G. N. B, Club meeting with Mrs, John Brllllicart. Mrs. Russell Phillips cnterldln- iiw? Thursday Luncheon Club. Thursday Bunco Clilb meeting with Mrs. Forrest Moore. Mrs. G. E. Keck entertaining Thursday Contract Club. Mrs. .C. P. Tucker entertaining Octette Luncheon Club at home of Mrs. W. A. Affiick. Pathfinders Class of First Metho- dist,duu-cli meeting with Mr. and Mrs-. Vance Henderson, 7:30 p.m. ; FRIDAY . Mrs. Ebb Reynolds entertaining Initial Club. Bride-Elect Complimented At;Sliowev Parly Saturday Miss Mar jorl e : -' Warre n, whose marriage (o Lieut. Harry Newton . Wliitis of 6f Baltimore. Mr., anil Greenfield, Tenn., will be solemnize [| lale tomqrrpw afternoon, was again complimeritcd Saturday afternoon when Mrs. G. W. Pylcs and Mis.s BciVy Jane Martin eil- leit/iinwl with n bridge party and miscellaneous shower at the Pylcs' home. Miss Martin will serve ns a bridesmaid in the wedding, A tiink and white color scheme was carried out, with vases of carnations in these shades vised In flic entertaining rooms. Carrying out the shower Idea. Mi^s Warren's gifts were nrrnnscd on . a • table over which was suspended a white enameled water sprinkler, from which siiowers of pink satin ribbons fell to the table. A salad course with iced .ten was served by the hostesses at the conclusion of Die bridge gomes in Many Guests Are Arriving For Warreh-Wiiilis Rites A large number of out-of-town guests ncc expected to arrive till! afternoon and tomorrow morning to attend the wedding of Miss wnr- Jorle Wnrren to Ucut. Harry New-, ton WhltU of Baltimore, Md., and Greenfield, Tenn.. to be solemnized tomorrow afternoon, 5 o'clock, at First Methodist Church, Arriving this afternoon will be Dr. nnd Mrs. Holiert W. Brandon Jr., Mr. nnd Mrs. Cecil James, Mr. and Mrs. w. II. Whilis, and Mrs. M. D. Whilh nil of Greenfield, find Eiie) Glenn Stokes of iMayfietd, Ky., together with Lieutenant Whltis, the bridegroom-elect. Also expected today were Miss Jean Wyse and Miss Mary Ann Wyse, both of Memphis, cousins of Miss Warren, who will be jjiicsls of their aunt, Mrs. I. R. Johnson and Or. Jolinsoii, and who will iie hostesses with the Johnsons at the rehearsal dinner lo be.given' tonight. Mrs. Burlcigh Gwynn ami daughter, Miss Joan Gwynn, of Memphis, also were lo arrive this afternoon. Coming tomorrow morning for the wedding will be Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Lee of Dyersbuig, Mrs. 13. C, Wnr- i, Mrs. I.,. I,, McDearmnn and Mrs. E. S. Crlhfleld all of Halls, Tcnn., and Ueut. Philip Bniton Harris of Washington, D. C., who will serve as Lieutenant Whitls' best man. • * * Malians Have Daughter Mr. and Mrs. John Mnlinn of Princeton. Ky., are the parents of a daughter born - Friday at their home In Princeton. Tim baljy, their first child, has not yet been named. Mr. Mohan Is the son of Mrs. T. J. Mahan of Blythcvlllc. * • • Mrs. Lahj>ilon Entertains "Members O. R. A; Club . . celebrated the club's fifth miniver - fary yesterday afternoon when Mrs. W. s. Lnngdon entertained with a 1 ' o'clock luncheon at her home on Highway 01, South, complimenting Mrs. Lucy Evans on her birthday. Spring flowers from the hostesses ctjlnrful yarclen were arranged In the entertaining rooms, where guests were seated for luncheon both at the dining table and at smnll tables in the living room. Following luncheon the IS present Following luncheon the 15 present, who included two visitors, Mrs. N. B. Hill and Mrs. W. n. Henley, spent the afternoon in Informal "visiting", club members voted diir- Services Held This Week At OsceolaChurch A series of dedicatory services, are being held this week at Osccola Baptist Church, beginning yesterday morning and continuing through Friday night. :i ; •>, The morning sermon yesterday .'as given by the Rev. H. 13. Till- ran of Conway, former pastor of he Osceoln church, and at 2:30 'clock yesterday afternoon Dr. iJ. j. Bridges, executive .secretary of he Baptist General Convention of Irknnsas, was In charge of i\ pcclnl service at the close of which he .service of the Ijurnltig of the lole.s was held. F. E. Tompklns of Milllngton. Toim., former treasurer f the church was present to par- Iclpale in the note burning serv- ce. The Hcv. E. C. Brown, pastor f First Utipttst Churchill niyllic- ille will preach the sermon at onight'.s service, with the liev. . C. Hicks, puslor of Luxorn Bap- Ist Church to give the Insplratlon- 1 address; Tuesday night the liev. 3iiilc Cravens, pastor of the O.sce- la Methodist, Church will give the nspiratlonal address with the Rev. E. Welch of Memphis aspreach- r; the Ilcv. L. T. Lawrence of First Presbyterian Church In O.sec- la will make the Inspirational ad- rcss lit Wednesday night's scrv- ccs, when the sermon will be given >y the Rev. H, E. Williams, prcst- ent of Southern Baptist College f Pocnhonlas; Thursday night the iLsplrnlkmnl address will lie given ly Hie Rev. I,. O. Miller of New -.Ibeiiy Baptist Church with the rrnioii by the Rev. Hoy I Jc'mi- grin, pastor of Calvary Baptist Jhiirch: Krlrtny night tlie Rev. a. 3. Magee, pastor of Well Baptist Jlutrch will bring the Inspirational Message with the sermon by the Rev. AT. E. Wiles-, county assocln- lonal mi.ssioniiry. Each evening services will bc- ;in at 1:15 o'clock, with special uiLslc encli nlglil. wliich.hjgh wid sccmirt hlgl^score ,,„ tho atternoon lo make a .$5 con- rlbutlah to the Red. Cross. ; ,\yon by'Mrs. C. M. Smart a*iid Mrs. James Terry of New York. > * * * A.: A. U. W: Eiiterlasnetl ' Plans for peace in the post-war world, and the Dumbarton Oaks conference in'particular >vcre topics for the program nt the meeting Saturday afternoon of members of the Anjerican Association of University Women held at the home of Mrs. James Hill Jr. Eight members attended. ... Mrs. liiil gave a talk on Ibis topic, follower! bya round table discussion by'members present. . A dessert course was served at the conclusion of the program. The Hill home was attractively decorated with vases of yellow jonquils. Entertain At Luncheon A.'i o'clock luncheon was glvi.n Frldny afternoon nt the Rilcy H. Jones home for members of Chapter "N'l of the p. E. .0.. when Mrs. Jones and Mrs. Dixie Crawford were ^hostesses in celebration of the chapter's ninth birthday. Jonquils, japonica and other Spring flowers formed a colorful setting for the affair. Following luncheon, Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon presented the afternoon's pr.igrnm on "Education". Ten members ana one visitor, Mrs. Alvin Huffman Jr., atendcd. Jane, Botqsky Will Compete fn Area Contest Jane Corosky, a student in Bly- Ihevillc High School, will represent the Fifth District uf the America Legion in nil area contest lo be hcl( Friday at Walnut Ridge for the righ to appear in lhe N Blatc Duals of UIL American Legion high school oratorical contest, at North I.itlle Rock High School on March 20. Area contest winners will com tc In the finals, with' the stati .nner to receive a $100 schularelilj any Arkansas college 'or univcr ly. Other final contestants will re ivc cash prizes of $25. $15 and $10 This is an annual contest held Un sponsorship' of (he Amcricai egion. Relief At Last tireomulsion relieves promptly because it goes right to the seat of the trouble to help loosen and expel G^ftn laden phlegm, and nid nature to soothe and heal raw, tender, inflamed bronchial mucous membranes. Tell your druggist to sell you a bottle of Creonvulsion with the un- acrstanding you must like the way it GREOMULSI0N ForCouahs.ChestCoUs.-Broncnttij HOW TO COME HOME WITH Extra Red Points! 'Just reintmber to take that k can of used fata to your butcher. 'Get 2 red points bonus for.cacli ppu 'rid. kee p *.• -Saving Used Fata for the it Fighting Frontl ,******* ***** Keud Cornier News Want Ads. Sergeant Clime Writes Parents ~rom Nazi Gamp Mr. and Mrs. J. Ben Clime Salur- lay received Ilic (irst letter from their son, Stuff Sergl. Canncl Clunc, since he was reported missint; In \etion over Austria on May 2-1. Sergeant C'lime, it prisoner .of war, stated Hint his health wus line anil .hat he had received Severn) loiters from home. The Idler was daled Nov. 11. The 21-ye»r-oU] member of a bomber crew, had been serving with the Army Air Forces In flaty for three months when shot down. Bits of News Mostly Persons! 'iu, Mrs. James O'Llngcr of Memphis was the weekend guest of her sister, Mrs. I,. D. Chambliii and family. Among the out-of-town people here yesterday for tho funeral of .I. H. •Humphrey were Miss Virginia Kemp of Holland, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. Ed Trinklcr of Maiden, Mo,, L. E. Humphrey of Warden, Mo.,' and Mrs. Max lirllcy of Savannah' Tenn. . J. A. Gatens, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wise ami daughter. Miss Fnlrlcln Wise, were among the Hlytheville people In Memphis Saturday morning for funeral services of Arthur Haaga of Memphis, who formerly lived In niytluii'llle. Mrs. Joe nurnetl was called to Shirley, Ark,, Saturday by Hie serious illness of her grandmother Mrs. J. II. Hackett. Mrs. J. E. Stevenson Sr., of Junction City, Ark., liak arrived for a visit with Mr. and Mrs.'J. E. Stevenson Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Noble Gill and their fiimllles. Mrs. John A. Love of Fayctto- vllle, N. C., the former Miss Virginia Smith, lias arrived to be with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. w. Smith and family, while her husband, Lieutenant Lowe, is on foreign duly. Mrs. s. S. Stenibcrg of Chicago, is spending several days here will! friends while transuding business. Condition of Mrs. E. H. Ford, who hns been seriously ill nt her home for the past five weeks, was much Improved today. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Walker of Kiissellvllle, and Lieut, and Mrs. Philip Cowger of Dardanellc, spent rt brief time here yesterday -ns guests of Miss Juita Limbird. Lieutenant Cowger recently was repatriated after having been <i prisoner of war of the Germans for seven months, returning In February aboard the Gripsholm. .. C. E. digger Sr., has been admitted ,to Dlythcvlllc Hospital where lie will undergo medical treatment for several days. Major C. J. Little returned la,st night from Memphis where he spent several days with Mrs. Little, who is a patient ut tlie Baptist Hospital there following an operation which she underwent a week ago. Her cot\- llon is improved. ,, A. P. Burks of Clear Lake is un.- ergoing medical treatment at Mcin r lis Baptist Hospital. His wife is lib him. . . .. Mrs. Lucy McAdnnis, who has.beei*' Mcmpliis'"fa'r the past 10 clays llh her sister. Miss ClilTie Webb, patient at Baptist Ilosiwlnl, rc- irncd home last night. Miss ,Webb. Privett Story Widely Read In Newspapers NV.vs of liiythevlllcs unusual mi moilal In the form of a pcrma- ni'iil home for hts widow and eight yoHHK rhildren lias been has been widi'ly publicized, not only In the United States, but In Europe. The news Item sent to city newspapers and the photograph of the family distributed by NEA Tele- phuto resulted In tlie story and jiidiire being published In nit sec- lions of tiie country. Not only did die story and photo make tlie' front IKige of a leading New York CfTv Kiiuday paper, but the story was published in the Paris edition of "S-lars and Stripes,' the fervice- Campus /$ Landscaped M Osceola High School The campus of the Osr'eola High School recently hns been landscaped, with evergreens being used to replace cleatl or overgrown shrubbery. Half the expense of the project was assumed by the Osccolu Parent Teacher Association. TAKE CARE OF THOSE PRECIOUS LINENS i^ "A stilch in lime . . ." \ v;is mn - cr lllort , iln . Dcrntivc. Here arc ;i iW helpful hints: if: tho top of a sheet is woi M , add ;i fresh hem in contrasting or flowered percale . . . <l ;ml a small tear on your sewitiK maehiii K by y.\ K , zagghig across the raw od^cx . , . ;ni( | a i. ways be sure to send your linens to (ls . We TVeot Them Gently, Too PHONE. -474 ' BLYTHEVILLE?ARK. . . Although all accounts told that Ilic $4000 sougiit already had been contributed, numerous persons have iit cash gifts with notes asking ihal the money be used for "fome- thiug for the" Muscsl |>l,iy of tlie story known here was last Sunday's edition of New York News, a picture newspaper with 3,700.000 circulation. The photograph was the front cover and elsewhere in the edition was a story. The Chicago Sun u.vd more than one-fourth of an entire page in the photograph. The movement was the subject of nil editorial in The Oalcsbm-f III.. Post which read In part: "A lilde town down In Arkansas has scooijc/l the war on war memorials'' in praising the project. A copy of this paper was given the Courier News by Mr. and -Mrs. J. A. Leech. I-ieut. Robert Reedcr. in the European theater, sent the March (>, copy of tlie service men's newspaper which praised the plan. "Illyllievillc Plans Practical Memorial" was (lie headline carried in "News of Arkansas," a magazine published by the Arkansas Committee Unite;! Stuto.s Brewers Foundation sent by Mrs. Howard Proctor. That hundreds of other papers have publicized the event is known from letcrs, cards and money received from such widely scattered points as North Dakota, California, Nevada, Texas, North Carolina, New Jersey, Now York. laulsiana, Okla- hainn. among others. Gifts have been contributed from about :io states to dale. Hcqucsis arc being received foi more publicity about the memorial and the • house, purchase of which is underway. With an original plan of hoping lo raise $4001) foi- purchase of a modest home, there has been to date, $0,138.20 given, so it was de- cidccl by the coinniilce in charge that (lie additional money would be used to furnish the house and lo pay taxes and insurance for im extended period, if it js possible with the money conlviiiulcd. , There was no formal solicitation «ilh all gifts voluntarily nnd aflci two weeks, with iiu: original goal i-cachwl, it was announced suffi- whoso condition Is excellent, probably will bo ,-ibie lo return home by the middle of this week. ANT to Rive your rug a nc»- lease rai life . . . renew its beauty ,-inil brightness? Tlicn* send it loilay 10 Peacock Rug Cleaners in Memphis. Peacock cleans tugs rxtlu- sivtty . . . aiul gives your rugs the most thoroughly skilled anil scientific tug cleaning available in the cniite South. EXPERT REPAIRING & REFRINGING SERVICE GLEANING SERVICES INSPEC TION Your rugs are carffutfy ttttptttcd far Ictrt or btirni immediately Upon ific'iT arrival at cur plant. DUSTING Din a Icjfnt •A Juil arc remote <J by 1 fr fronting matfiintt aj- IF YOU LIVE OUTSIDE OF MEMPHIS /OU can eatlly taVo advantage of PcacocV'i torvico. Sond ut your rug, unwrapped U desired, by ex- pien or any trucking concern IrSa! comtt lo Memptm. They will bo promptly r«turoc(J lo you, thoroughly cleaned and individually wrapped, or lUy may bo held for Jloragc if 10 cfeiircd. WrUe in to,day for complelo deiallj, . ; A • PROMPT DEttVERiC SHAMPOOING Yovr MJRJ art gently ibampoocj both front nnd 6dfJt try it>f-3lrnx ftil toaft , . . ntttr hartfi laliov tea pi. ' DRYING Ffatotk Jryrnj; room thftrou&tily tutt in JilttifJ Jftiumii'ttd air. , itraptfJ enj itortJ vrinkJ in full Irnnlfi bim cither lo mfJitfe Jtlhery cr ytarly tlo MCOCR s PROUD OF t^myi iiuos t" 280 POPLAR AVENUE • MEMPHIS 3. UNN. • Keeping Up With The Men In Service Voti C. Mullen of Blytheyille. ns- «ncd to Die Special Training nit of the War Department Per- onncl Center at Camp Chaffee, rk., lias been promoted to the ink of technician 5th grade, ac- ordlng lo the camp public dcla- ons officer, His wife,; Mrs. Anna E. Mullen vijs.iat, W2 West Main, Blythc- ¥;^ ,;•/;- . . . Ensign Wiley n. Hedge of Ca- ilhcrsvlllc recently returned from tour of combat duty In the Pn- fic in which he flew a figliler oinbcr based on one of Ihe Navy's 're-raft carriers. Prior to entering- (lie Navy, En- gn Hedge attended University of lissourl, and won his Navy wings February, 1944, nt the Naval Ir Station at Pensacola, Pla, During his.Pacific duty he flew total of 41 combat sorties and credited with 13C flying hours i the war xone. At Tlie Hospitals Walls Hospital dmittcd: Sterling Gordon, city. Mrs. James Ross, city. , Miss Clyde Moo'dy, Route 1. Emmorcl Bowers, Dili. W-. E.»wray, Hayll, Mo. iLsmissed: W. B. Rayder, city. Mrs. J. II. Johnson, cjty. Mrs. Howard McConnick, Hol- md, Mo. Blylhcvilic Hospital dmittcd: C. E. digger,, city. E. A. Crowe. Huffman. Mcrvin Todd, Portagevlllc, Mo. Dismissed: Junior Crews, city. Mrs. D. Gillette and baby, city. Mrs. Bennle Spencer, Holland, Mo. W. A. Dobyns, city. Mrs. N. T. Wade, city. Mrs. Alice Addlnglon, Slccle, Mo. Pauline McCaslin, city. Memphis Baptist Hospital A. P. Burks,' Blythcville. Memphis St. Joseph Hospital Mrs. Sam Knt7, Caruthersville, Mo. Harvard University 'conducted a cries of tesls as u study of f!iti»ne. lent money contributed, but yet lie gifts continue to be sent from ilythovlllo and immediate sur- oundlng section, as well as distant dints, to illustrate popularity of he plan. Marine Officer From Osceola Wins Legion Of Merit Medal SOMEWHERE IN THE PACIFIC (Delayed)—Mnrftir Lieutenant Colonel Uwls C. Hudson, Jr., 35, of Osceola, Ark., lias been presented with the Legion of Merit Medal 'for exceptionally meritorious conduct" in the Marianas campaign last year. Lieutenant Colonel Hudson's wife, Anne Marie, lives sit Annapolis, Md. HJs fnllicr, Lewis C. Hudson, St., resides at 221 Union Avc., Osceola. "For. exceptionally meritorious conduct In the performance of outstanding services as commanding officer of a Marine infantry battalion action against the enemy on Saipan and Tinlan, Marinnas Islands, from June 15 (o August 1, 1D44," states the accompanying ci- lation. "Prior to the operation he displayed exceptional ability in organizing and training his battalion. Dining tlie operation he led his battalion time ami again iiBainM. strongly held enemy positions, lak- itiSf objective after objective cx- lieditiously and in a conspicuously heroic uinnjiw. "Many -times during the operation, in complete disregard for his own safety, he exposed himself to heavy enemy fire in order lo better control nnrt direct the advance of his battalion. "By his eom?ige, leiulmhio, skill In combat, and delrrminnlicm lie contributed materially to the siic- cc.«s of the cntive operation." A graduate of the United Slates Naval Academy, 1931. Lieutenant Colonel Hudson first saw action at Roi-Namiir in the Mai-slinlls. His- battalion was the only Fourth Division unit which reached its objective on D-Day on Cricket fighting Is a favorite sport in china, and many Chinese make a living by breeding them for the ai'enn. Saipan last June. The division received the 'Presidential Unit Citation for the Marianas. Ration Calendar MEATS, FATS, F>TC. Book 4, Red Stamps Q5 through S5, good through March 31. Stamps Ta through X5 , good through April 28. Stamps Y5, Z5 and A2 through D2, good through June 2. Stamps E2 through J2 good through June 110. PROCESSED FOODS Book 4, Blue Stamps X5, Y5, 7,5 and A2 and B2, good through March 31. Stamps C2 through G2, good through April 28. Stamps 112 through M2, good through June 2. Stamps N2 through S2, good through June 30. SUGAU Book 4, Stamp No. 35, Rood for five pounds through June 2. Another stamp Is scheduled to he validated May I. Home-canning sugar, up lo 20 pounds per person, will be available April 15. siious ' Book 3, Airplane Stamps I, 2 and 3. Termination date not set. OASOMN'i; 14-A coupons Rood for four gallons cadi through March 21. B-5, C-5, B-G and C-C coupons good for five gallons. ffwm. MAll ^ with its nervous tension, weak, tired cranky feelings Have you at such times noticed yourself feeling nervous, "dragged out", irritable, a bit blue — due to functional periodic disturbances? Then don't delay-try this great medicine — Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to relieve such symptoms. 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Electric Churns. Padlocks Electric Solder Irons. Hawaiian Wigglcrs. Shannon Spinners. —All In Plentiful Qii,iniitic.s At PLANTERS HARDWM! Th» Complete Hardware Store I2S W. M«la Phone 515 Mrs. Dalton C. Fowiston, B. A. M. S. Rearranging of schedule makes it possible to accept several more pupils in piano and voice. V}"--'.'S'fff--. Cornier New York Orgnnist and Teacher *' Pupil of Clarence Dickinson ' • ;• President of Union Theological Seminary School of Music For Appointment Phone or Write 1101 Chick.isaivba Jlrs. Italian C. Fowlston Tlione 2013 SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED VVITH FLOWERS pronerly designer), are remembered always. Our flowers arc always fresh, and nil work is guaranteed to please. Let our expert designers help you with your floral needs. TJ^FLOWERSHOP F.T.D, Serrtc* We Deliver Anywhere Ph. i$l Mrs. S. M. (Mac) WlBJanu, owner Glencoo Continuous Show? Every Day Box Office Opens 1 M Show Slants 2:00 LISTEN TO KMJN :00 a.m. K:V, p.m. 4:30 p.m. Last Time Tnrtay villi Dnnulil O'f'nnncr :nul P Ilyari Paramount News and Selected Short Subjects Tuesday. &" WerJn'esisy 1 B4R8A3A HA1E • ROSiNCE UXf H.T.G. . »UB.««.BK«RB)tlX1 ...___. I Selected Short Subjects Matinees S:it. ft Sun. Only Opens each night C:!5; starts 7 Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. and Sun. l>.irga!n Nighl Every Night Kxccpt Satiinlay. No passes honorcil on Sunday at the Uosy. Last Time Today Gentleman Jim with Erroll l-'Iynn anil Alexis Smith Fox News and Selected Short Tuesday & Wednesday Selected Short Subject

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