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Blytheville Courier News (Newspaper) - November 3, 1944, Blytheville, Arkansas R age two Blytheville Auk co Kiek news Friday november 3, lot i mrs. Green entertains . Members yesterday i mrs. Roland Green was hostess to 16 members of the Elliott to Pitcher chapter of the United daughters of the confederacy yesterday afternoon when she entertained with a luncheon at her Home at 1012 West Ash Street. Luncheon was served at Small Gables arranged in the living room Hind dining room of the Green Iheme during the afternoon the Mem Bers present heard a report on the state convention held last month Fin Little Rock and also a Brief talk by mrs. C. Cd Redman executive Secretary of the Mississippi county tuberculosis association Felho told of the work being done in Thot Organ Ira t Ion. A. Son is born yesterday a Sergt. And mrs. Louie o. Smoth Terroan Are the parents of a son born yesterday afternoon. 5 of clock. At Blytheville army air Field Hospital. The baby has been named John Oliver. Tile smother ans have a daughter. A amp in who is 18 months old. Of s. Smotherman is the former miss Martha Finklea. Daughter of mr.1. B. M. Turner of Sikeston. To. J sergeant Smotherman now is stationed somewhere in the South Pacific. War zone. A a a club guests entertained mss. John Caudill and miss Frances Little played Bridge with members of the a. D c. Club Wedgie Dpi night when they were entertained by mrs. J. E. Stevenson jr., a at her Home on West Walnut Street. High score prize for the evening was won by mrs. Sanford Shelton and second High by mrs. Elbert Hui Man. Teed drinks were served during the Barnes and a salad course at the conclusion of the evening. A a miss Mcadams is hostess miss Jane Mcadams entertained members of the thursday night Bridge club and one additional guest. Miss Jane Branson last night at her Home on North sixth Street. Bridge was played in the living room which was attractively decorated with colourful autumn blossoms. High score prize was won by mrs. Willard h. Pease and second High by mrs Charles Bittner and the hostess served a salad plate. A a daughter born tucs Dav or. And mrs. John Cro k announce the birth of a do a Gluer tuesday at Walls Hospital the baby. Their first child has been named Betty Ann. Mrs. Crook is the former miss Helen Marie Martin. A a in luncheon meeting held Blytheville woman s club members were entertained at luncheon thursday afternoon at the Home of mrs. George Barham when mrs. B a Bugg was co hostess. Luncheon was served Buffet style to the la members who attended. During the afternoon mrs. Charles Ray Newcomb president. Was in charge of the business when it was voted to buy a $6 tuberculosis Bond to donate $5 to the National War fund and to Purchase a $100 War Bond. Percy Wright then was introduced by mrs. Newcomb and made a talk on the amendments to be voted on at next tuesdays election. Bridge luncheon Given mar. Henry Humphreys entertaining members of the thursday contract club yesterday afternoon at her Home Alto was hostess to several other guests including mrs. Marvin Robinson mrs. W. H. Man Yard. Mrs. Walker Baker and mrs. Robert Mcarthur of Winston Salem n c. A Low bowl of chrysanthemums coined tin Centrepiece for the dining table where a two course luncheon was served High score prize among club members in the Bridge games played during the afternoon went o mrs. H w Wylie and second High to mrs Humphreys while mrs. received High guest prize # w oct Ette Cill entertained All members of the oct Ette club attended the luncheon and Bridge party Given yesterday for that group by mrs r c Rose who entertained at her country Home at Roseland. Rates and fall chrysanthemums formed a colourful background for the two tables arranged in the living room where a two course luncheon was served and where later the guests player Bridge. High score prize went to mrs. Edwin Robinson and second High to mrs. C. C. Langston. Girl scout news Sudbury troop of the girl scouts met tuesday when Byrdie Butler was elected scribe of patrol two. Jane Norton and Metaline Hill passed die requirements for Tenderfoot scouts and the history of scouting and Girj scout week were discussed. Dolores Parker was selected As scribe of patrol one of which Frances dowdy is Leader. These girls Are starting on their Home making bad and Are to plan a Day s menu and to prepare one simple dish in order to earn their Budge. A of the girls answered Roll Cal with the girl scout Law bits of news mostly personal or news of was Waves and spars Stella Virginia Slaton daughter of or. And mrs. W b Slaton of Holland. Mo., has completed tile indoctrination training of the Navy Waves at Hunter College new York. N Yand now is a Seaman 2-c. She is now ordered to report for duty at the naval station in Oakland. Calif wave Slaton attended Southeast Missouri state teachers College at Quot ape Girardeau and formerly made her Home in Blytheville where she was an employee of Swift it or co. Oil Mui another member of her family also is wearing the Navy Bintas her brother b f. Staten nun. 2-c. Is stationed at port hueneme. Calif., with the Navy. They Hope to meet in California. Pvt. Melba filter who is with i wac detachment stationed at la Yote. Texas arrived yesterday morning to spend an 18-Day furlough wit to her parents or and mrs. John faster and family Paul can Les Wagner son of or and or Frank Wagner i. Improved today at Walls Hospital where he is undergoing treatment for diphtheria. Dwight Blackwood of Osceola who is a patient at Walls Hospital where tie i receiving treatment following a heart attack suffered tue Day. Is improved. Or and mrs. Lloyd Wise and daughter. Mis Patricia Wise have had As their guests for the past two weeks mrs wises Cousin mrs. J. C Duffy and her Young son Pat. Of Kansas City. They will return to their Home tomorrow mrs. T. J Mahan and daughter mrs. James h Bell returned yesterday morning from Princeton ky., where they had been visiting relatives. Mrs. Mahan went up two weeks ago and mrs. Hell joined her a week ago having gone up to attend the funeral of her Uncle Hugh Satterfield who riled last Leek at his Home in Princeton. Mrs. S. S. Sternberg who now is making her Home in Chicago arrived yesterday to spend several Days Here with friends. Or. And mrs. Walter heard and daughter George Ann have returned to their Home in Malvern Ark., Aller a visit with mrs. Heard a parents or and mrs la. S. Branson and family. Mrs heard and the baby were Here for two weeks and were joined last week by or. Heard mrs. James Williams of Memphis p spending the weekend Here As the guest of her Mother. Mrs. J. E. Crook and family mrs. R. B Purvis went o Mem Phi today where she will join or Purvis and where they will attend tile football game to by played at Crump stadium tomorrow miss Alice Whitsitt was removed to her Home in the Ingram apartments today after having undergone treatment at Blytheville Hospital for a few Days. Her condition is much unproved miss Mary Hopkins manager of the Thrifty store has returned Home from St. Louis where she attended Market. Mrs h h. Bookhart of Helena Armand her daughter. Mrs. J. M. Countess jr., of Elaine Ark., returned Home this morning after a visit of several Days with mrs. Lookhart s daughter. Mrs. Thomas b. Smythe or. And the Rev. Or. Sin it he. Sale of poppies will be held Here tomorrow red poppies exact replicas in paper of those which grew along the Battle front in France id made by the fingers of needy disabled veterans again will be sold on the streets of Blytheville tomorrow under sponsorship of the american it Glen auxiliary vividly and simply these blood red Flowers symbolize the highest Ideal of patriotic service and by wearing them americans help keep that Ideal Bright for the America of today and i tomorrow proceeds of the Sale will go to the child welfare fund to care Lor the children of sick or disabled veterans of world War i and ii or for those c Hildren whose fathers War veterans have died leaving them dependent mrs. H. L. Liaison poppy Sale chairman will be in charge of the Sale and Booths will be maintained it both Banks and at the Post office and school girls will sell the Flowers on tin.1 streets As usual Kruti is promoted to stall sergeant fifth air Force Southwest Pacific delayed a sergeant Charlie h. Klutz administrative clerk in the red raiders crack Liberator bomber outfit of the fifth air Force in the Southwest Pacific has been promoted to staff sergeant. He is the son of or. And mrs. E. S Klutz route i. Blytheville. The sergeant has been overseas 31 months he entered the army in january 1942 and within a few months found himself in Australia. A sgt. Klutz was based in Northern Australia for 18 months spent almost a year in new Guinea and now is at an Advance base from which the raiders Are bombing targets in the Halmahera celebes. Philippines and Borneo. Staff sergeant Krut is a 1934 graduate of the Holland mo., High school. Before joining the armed forces he worked for Meyers Brothers Cotton co. He has been with the raiders during four campaigns tile East indies papuan. New Guinea and bismark archipelago campaigns. At the hospitals Blytheville Hospital admitted Harry Walton charter Oak. To. Mrs. Archie Nelson. Osceola. Dismissed mrs. C. E. Renfro City. Miss Alice Whitsitt. City. Miss Fay Dickinson City mrs. Royal Sanders Ami baby City Walls Hospital admitted Paul Charles Wagner City. Mrs. C. L. Abbott City. Dismissed Bernard Hardesty Armorel. Elva Diffey. Leachville. Memphis Baptist Hospital admitted mrs. W f Cecil. Steele. To. Meetings a brooch its a regular business meeting of the officers wives club of Blytheville army air Field will be held monday afternoon 2 of clock at the officers Ciao it was announced today wives of All officers of the Field Alf invited to attend. Suit is withdrawn divorce suit of mrs. Margaret Griller Smothermon is James h. Smothermon has been withdrawn by the plaintiff following recent filing of the Sun see ruled to have been tried at this months session of chancery court. Or emulsion relieves promptly because it goes right to the seat of the trouble to help loosen and expel germ Laden phlegm and Aid nature to soothe and heal raw tender inflamed bronchial mucous membranes. Tell your druggist to sell you a bottle of or emulsion with the understanding you must like the Way it quickly allays the cough or you Are to have your Money Back. A. Or emulsion for coughs Chest colds bronchitis since its beginning in 1775, the u s Marine corps has made More than Joo landings. The old judge says. Of play. 1 a a Ivy j a a nyx it Mist a Mary and i were just saying judge How Lucky we Are Here in America that we live so Many a Lur a1 resources to help win the a a that a right Jim. When War broke out we had Oil we had steel we had food lumber everything we needed. There a one thing we did no to have. Rubber. The enemy had a but that did no to bother us for Long. Soon american brains and Industry had synthetic rubber by the tor Are ing out of plants. That filled a critical Al. I. You can twin a War without i was very much interested the other Day in Reading a statement made by a High government official on synthetic rubber. In it he said a it is fair to regard the rubber Man fac tured to Date As being almost solely the product of the beverage distilling a a the also said that in his estimation the tremendous contribution of distillers Industrial alcohol to the synthetic rubber program had not received the recognition which it a we certainly Learned something today did no to we Mary a they re new Patent Tan calf limited Stock. True adept Lemeni sponsored by conference of alcoholic bes or ate industries in. Keeping lip v till Hie men Iii service award read in part a the courage j turn at Arkansas state College in coolness a a skill displayed by this i Jonesboro. He entered the army enlisted Man upon these occasions june 9. 1943. His Mother is mrs. Reflect great credit upon himself e w. Noland of Dell and the armed Forres of the United sergeant Armstrong. 24 years old is a Veteran of 18 combat missions. He attended Dell and Blytheville High schools and studied agr Cul you can to Rhy More in aspirin than Tho Assurance of Quality and parity guaranteed when you a Guy he. Joseph aspirin Oriel Larj Cerf seller at i of. Demand St. Oseph aspirin. Willord on committee the Rev. S. B. Wilford. Pastor of first methodist Church Lias been appointed As one of five ministers on the conference investigating committee Ai the North Arkansas conference of the methodist Church now being held at Morrill ton. The conference will close tonight. How to relieve win Cut i it Ahill tie s a a a a it is of of a m Viii Mal in. On of to in i in a n the re e qual Clee now to is p we Sun two to i eur a a re a. Mcgregor son a. My mrs. A e. Mcgregor Ythi Tlle. Now is stationed in Francisco Calif. A a but Russell c Mosley son of did mrs. S. Mosley of Bethel completing his training heavy bomber combat Crew at Biggs Field Texas a trainmen of tin second air Force in mexican Border. He and the members of his Crew will be sent overseas to take part to Aerial assault against the ilium n. Edwards of Manila Ladu ated recently from the training school electric at St Louis naval armory and iced re ignition As eligible to it Loi the Petty officer rate of i Itu Aii mate third class. He is awaiting further duty orders ii or to some Shore station. A a a. T Louis Greene and pvt. Billy on a tit to Camp Chaffee fort re. Upon induction in the army week ago have been returned Imp Robinson. Visit i s in our new building located at 121 e. Main St. T. I. Seay motor co. Chrysler dealer parts a service 121 l. Main phone uti wednesdays copy of the Memphis press scimitar carried a picture of Sergt Thomas d. Hawkins son cd or. And mrs. O. N. Hawkins of Blytheville. Sergeant Hawkins overed for the past 9 months is radio announcer and band Leader at the new radio tation at Camp rain Gary in the China India Bur rna theater a training Center where chinese troops Are taught in Idem met hods of War by an american cadre. Sergeant Hawkins is with the quaites Masivor corps of the army. I wife is milking her Home in met aim miss., with her parents while tie is overseas. Like a Thrift account thai needs replenishing it will take steady Effort to put it Back in shape. Start your Thrift account at this Hank now. If you have one keep it growing. Done to disturb it unless you must. The first National Bank the Only National Bank in Mississippi county continuous show every Day Box office opens 1 45 show starts 2 00 listen to Klun la Abb. 12 45 . Lit . Last time today show business with Eddie Cantor and loan Davis Paramount news and selected Short subjects saturday Dell Aerial gunner w ins second Cluster an eighth air Force bomber station. England delayed staff sgt. Charles s. Armstrong of Dell b-v7 flying Fortran Waist gunner in the 351st bombardment group Lias been decorated with a second Oak Leaf Cluster to his air medal for a Mentor us achievement Quot on bombing attacks on enemy citation accompanying the test Petroleum Jelly this Way he Raul my inline hew we thumb and Toriki r l Una dare prove mommies Binh Quot it a minor Burns cuts chafe bruises Abr Eloim Ami skin irritation i. Of triple Bue Only Ioc. Ritz theatre Manila Ark. Sunday amp monday nov. 5 amp 6 serial a Black Arrow Quot i and Short con. Showing sat Day 1 00 to 11 39 sunday and monday in society with Abbott and costello Paramount news Short continuous showing son. 1 15 to ii coming soon to the Ritz theatre the master race with George Cou Louris and Standley ridges. Two girls and a Sailor with Van Johnson a. Jimmie Durante going my Way with Bing Crosby and Rise Stevens since you went away with Claudette Colbert Joseph cot ten and Shirley Temple. Matinees sat. A Sun. Only opens each night 6 45 starts la opens sunday 1 00 Starta 1 11 Cen tin Nous shows Bat. And san. Bargain night every night except saturday. Be passe honoured on Jeat Fay of the rexy. Last time today Scarlet Clow with Basil Rathbone and Nigel Bruce selected Short subject bring us your Beauty problems Modem equipment expert beauticians dance thursday a Friday a and saturday nights 9 30 to i of clock in the Beautiful Blue room of the hotel Noble admission 60c incl. Tax. Drs. Nies amp Nies osteopathic s rectal diseases a specially except cancer office hours 8 00-12 00 and 1 30-5 00 clinic 514 main Blythe True Ark. Ponc 2121 Imp Sherman popu Chions presents i saturday in ii mrs. Dalton c. Fowlston b. A., m. S. M. Organist and teacher of i piano a Organ and voice former new York organist and teacher for appointment write mrs. Fowlston hoi Chickasawba or phone 2049 featuring sentiments expressed with Flowers properly designed Are remembered always. Our Flowers Are always fresh and All work is guaranteed to please. Let our expert Lea iggers help you with your Floral needs. We Flower shop . Service we deliver anywhere re. 491 mrs. J. M. Mao William owner Glencoe bide. And Vafi Cuoq ?aa4icuf with Andy Clyde a Jay Kirby a Lois Sherman Victor Jory George Reeves Dobias Fowley dotted by Lesley Styli Nile a Harry Sherman Siren hey by Michael Wilson a based on the Story by b s Loma and Cha adet Cie eted by Clarence i Millford a released thru United artists serial Quot raiders of ghost City Quot 4 and Short con. Showing sat Day 1 00 to 11 39 sunday and monday Shadow of a doubt with Teresa Wright and Joseph Cutten Fox nows and shorts continuous showing Bon. 1 15 toll

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