The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 23, 1942 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 23, 1942
Page 4
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r? AGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (AfcK.) COURIER NEWS 'THURSDAY. APRIL- 23, 1942 'Social Calendar *' -FRIDAY'S 'EVENTS !Mrs. Paul Kimbrough entertaining C. B. C. Club. Simple For Summer Miss Jane Watson Is , Bride of L. Hal Moore Miss- Jane Starr Watson, daughter -of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Butler ^of \Vicksburg, s Miss.. 1 'became -the .bride of Corp. Lenn Hal Moore, son of- Dr. and Mrs. L. H. Moore, of this city; in ' solemnized Tuesday afternoon in 'TalluLah, La. Tile Rev. J. D.ean -Maurer; rector of Trinity t Episcopal Church in , Tallulah, read the single -ring ceremony <atthe .church at ; 3:30 .o'clock. Miss Juanita Jones, .of Tallu- Jah; attended the bride, and J. B. •Massey, ajso-of that,city, was Corp. Moore's best" man. For .the';ceremony, the bride wore a -pale blue Spring suit with white accessories. ~Mrs'.':J/IOQre ,was graduated from the Tallulah JHigh School. 'Until recently, she was connected with the .Chicago Mill ; a.nd Lumber -Com- pariy/Tailulah. Corp. Moore, after graduating frqm the .city high school, Attended the ^University ,bf Mississippi, .Oxford, .lor a year and received'his degrse .in fpxestry from 'Louisiana State University,' Baton Houge, .in 1939. Be is =a -member of .Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity. £fe jvas a surveyor for the Chicago-;" Mill and" Lumber Company until June of 'last year when he entered the Service. He : has been stat-ioned with the Coast Artillery at Fort' WinfieId''Scott, near San Francisco, but is transferring into the 'Air,.Corps .as, ; a flying cadet. . No'vy on a month's furlough, he and his bride arrived last*night for a visit with" his parents. -At the end of his furlough, he -will return j to the induction center Fort Winfield Scott, for assignment to an air base for primary''"training. .**•,* * •'...' * MftS, HALL HAS GUEST FOR CLUB .-' Mrs. A. G. -Hall had one. guest, -Mrs.Ben Hall, yesterday afternoon Mien she. entertained the Tuesday Contract'Club for its party. For her flowers, the hostess used irises and narcissuses and she served a salad plate after the .games. iMrs. James V. Oates received high score ^prize and the hostess, second -high prize. The guest was given defense .stamps also. w IAT with the cloth-conservation campaign and all, you'll 'probably see 'more shirt-and- short 'combinations worn for active' sport this summer than ever before The one 'at left is cut on, simple, classic lines. The nubby spun rayon shorts come in white, tan bark,. • navy or 'sampler, blue, .to be worn with the while blouse. Wedding Of Miss .Speck Tn Offir^r 10 UlllCei I im un ter. will be accompanied .by Mrs. God- deposit box.. In the box were i'ouud ' that of • the :Saliara desert, in wir f rey White and daughter, Llewel- deeds to the apartment bu ilding lyn, ol Osceola. They will return j n which he lived and to ar tother home by way of Pleasanton, Kans.. , house which was rented. where they will visit .Mrs. Con- i _ _ _____ J. : D. McDowell is resting fairly well at Blytheville Hospital today Stickmon FRENCHMAN'S BAYOU, April 23.—Miss Gladys Speck, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Speck, was married to Lieut. James E. Hyatt Jr., of Crawforclsville and McCrory Tuesday, April 14, in Philadelphia. The wedding was solemnised at 4 o'clock in the Church of the Holy Trinity, Rittenhouse Square. Philadelphia, by the Rev. William X. Smith. The bride wore .a blue Eisenborg dress with beige and brown accessories. Her shoulder corsage was of orchids. Attendants wen; Lieut. William C. Grow and Lieut. Theron 13. Westcott. A reception was held in the .suite of the bridal .couple at the Benjamin Franklin Hotel. Mrs. Hyatt attended Arkansas State College, Jone.sboro, where she was a member of the Alpha Sigma sorority. Lieut. Hyatt is a graduate of Arkansas State College where he was a member of Kappa Sigma Nu fraternity and was attending the University of Arkansas School of Law prior to hi.s entrance in the United States Army, January. 1941. Lieut I-Iyait and his bride arc at ome -in Philadelphia. way's brother. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd and- Mr. and Mrs.' b. Jieaei yesterday .morning for New Orleans to attend the Cotton convention. The Jiedels will return home Sunday but the Stickmons plan alter having been taken there > to spend a week in Biloxi before Tuesday night when he became returning here. -critically ill. His sister. Mi's. P. J. ; Air. and Mrs. C. C. Lnngston are Baum, oi' Memphis, came Tuesday ! .spending today in Memphis where night lo be with him. She was! Mr. Langston Is consulting a spe- motored here by her son, F. D. I cialLst. •Schas, of 'Memphis, who returned j home yesterday when Mr. McDowell rallied. He continued to improve throughout the day. Mr.s. Charles Hindman is ill of i .sinus infection at her home, 915 West Hearn Street. The air. -in many Buildings of StJoseph ASPIRIN* WORLD'S LARGEST SELLER A Basement Recluse Died With Money, Property GEOEGIANA in m i . i! J- Rayon Seersucker Clean cut lines, fine tailoring, interesting details ... all the requisites of a -truly fine suit are yours in this .Georgiana. You'll never tire of wearing and washing it. Blue,"red, brown, or green. Sizes 12 to 20. GUESTS PLAY VVJTII DELTA CONTRACT CLUB Four guests played cards with members of the Delta Contract Club yesterday afternoon whsn they were entertained at the home of Mrs. Hiram Wylie. They were Mrs. G. E. Keck, Mrs. G. M!" Powell. Mrs. James Hill Jr.,.and Mrs. Edgar Borum. A salad plate was served after the games. Mrs. Loy Welch received the club prize and Mrs. Borum, the guest prize. S- T S HAS CLUB TARTY AT HOTEL NOBLE. The weekly party of the Town and Country Club was given yesterday afternoon by Mrs. C. R. •Wroten at the Hotel Noble. Mrs. John F. Lenti and Mrs. F. B. Jcyner were guests for the affair. Tulips and narcissuses decorated the room where bridge was played. Refreshments were served Jter the games. Mrs. Cornelius Mociinger was th and Mrs. C. C. Langston, second high scorer,. IT * » "VTRS. ROSE IS CLUB HOSTESS Mrs. Charles Rose was hostess to members of the Wednesday Bridge Club and t\vo guests, Mrs. Baker L. Wilson and Mrs. W. D.- hamblin, for a party aG her home yesterday. Tulips were used on the dining table at which lunch was served. Throughout the homo were arranged bouquets of mixed Spring flowers. Mrs. Wilson wr,s high and Mrs. W. :H. Minyard, second high .scorer in the games. NEW STATE PRESIDENT AND DELEGATES REPORT. Mrs. R. F. Kirshncr. new state president of the. P. E. O. Sisterhood, led a round table discussion of the .state convention delegates at the meeting of Chapter D of the P. E. O. Sist.erh.ood yesterday afternoon with Mrs. Charles S. Lemons. In addition to Mrs. Kirshner, others who intended the state meeting at Russellville wei-e Mrs. B. A. Lynch, past state president. Mrs. Everett B. Gee. Mrs. J. A. Leech. Mrs. Ray Worthington and Airs. James A. Overholser. Mrs. Lemons had arranged jon- _ quils. tulips and other Spring llow- i ers throughout her rooms. She served a dessert course to the 1G members present. * t » MRS. CRAWFORD HAS CLUR PARTY Mrs. Dixie Crawford had the weekly party of me Tuesday Club at her home Tuesday afternoon. Besides the club members, her guest,s were Mrs. G. M. Powell. Mrs. Chester Galdwell and Mrs J. J. -pickren. The hostess served a salad plate after the games. Mrs. Pickren received high and -Mrs. .Doyle Henderson, second high .prize in the games At The Hospitals ST. LOUIS (UP)—For 40 years John Cornelius Sullivan lived alone Mrs. John Caudill and daughter, in a partitioned corner of the base- Uicy '-Rivers, and Mrs. Roy w. j uient of a four .family apartment Harper are spending a week in | in a good residential .section. j Elgin, Texas with Mrs. Caudill'.s • He had been regarded as a poor j parents, Mr. and Mrs W. H. ; man who occasionally doled out ' Rivers and .son, Howard v/ho had ; pennies to neighborhood children, visited the CaudilLs here for live | He cooked his own slim meals over days. i a gas burner in his basement cor- PVD. Connie Mociinger left Tuesday for Camp Bowie, Texas after nc-r. He died at the age of 82. Searchers discovered an old found $15,000 found $15,00 .size bills, $600 in gold certificates, a bank book showing deposits of i". old-style large- i nold-siyle large- having spent 10 days here with his parents, Mr. and Mr.s. Cornelius iModinger, and family. He was motored to Memphis Tuesday morning by his parents and sisters. | $3,200, and a receipt for a .safety Mr. and Mr.s. Otis Harrison, oi' I — 'Lo.s Angeles, and Mr.s. W. F. Smith, of Memphis, spent Tuesday afternoon here with Mr. Harrison BUMPS School On Approved List Officials of the Blytheville Higl School have be-on notified that the school has been retained on the 1st of secondary schools approved by the North Central Association of Colleges and Secondary ScchooLs. This action \vas taken at the 47th Annual Meeting .of the Association in Chicago last month. The certificate of membership that the school now has will continue in force so long as the school remains on the approved ILst. A! copy of "The Policies, Regulations, and Criteria for the Approval of Secondary Schools" will be sent to the administrative head of each high .school. (externally caused) (Blackheads)^ i CHECK ITCHING-BURNING j the antiseptic—stimulating Ayr , x , I way with famous Black Mr. and Mrs. A. Conway will j an d White Ointment. Pro- leave tomorrow morning for Mar- i motca-lieuling. Use only as shall, Mo., for a few days' visit i directed. Cleanse with with Mr. Comvay's mother. They I BlackaudWhitcSkiiiSoap. and Mrs. Smith's uncle, H. Neblitt, and family. BLACK WHITE OINTMENT AND SOAP SILHOUETTE CAKES, ea /39c Almond Macaroon! COFFFE CliKE, ea 15o 20 TOLL HOUSE COOKIES DOZEN .^ i ^ Ask Your Grocelr for— Blytheville MAID BREAD -Jt!s Always Fresh! T^ 1 • 1 ] - • 1 1 T*> 1 ' ! Blytheville Bakery Forrest City Rotarians Elect Ollie N. Warren Mrs. mitted. Walls Hospital Joe Wilson, Manila, A. J. Lewis, Manila, admitted. Born to Mr. and Mrs. C. ft. Eubanks. city, a ^daughter yesterday afternoon, who has been named Linda Ray. H. L. .Reynolds, Hermondale, Mo., dismissed. J. D. Anderson, Steele, Mo., dismissed. Eris Davis, Marmaduke, Ark., dismissed. lilythcvillc Hospital Mrs. Alvin Hardy, city, .admitted. Mrs. Minnie Davis, city, admitted. Mrs. \V. C. Buchanan, city, dis- FORREST CITY, Ark. OJP.) — Ollie N. Warren has been elected president of the Forrest City Rotary club. He will succeed E. M. Collins, who .will .remain in office until July 1. Other new officers of the club include Harry S. Hinson, vicepresident: Cofer Greer, secretary; and William Clanton, treasurer. missed. Mem phis Baptist Hospital Donald Thorn, Leachville, admitted. Hunter Bags His 175th Lion .KING CITY, ,Cal. (UP)—Steve Aviki, veteran Monterey county mountain lion hunter, recently bagged his fourth big cat this year, making a total of 175 lions he has killed in the past 1.4 yea vs. BACKACHE, LEG PAINS MAY BE DANGER SIGN Of Tired Kidneys If backache and leg pains are making you miserable, don'tjusfc complain and do nothing; nlioutthem. Naturemaylje warning you that your kulncys need attention._ The kidneys are Nature's chief way of taking excess acida and poisonous waste out of the blood. They .help most people pass about 3 pints a day. If the 15,miles of kidney tubes and filters don't work, well, poisonous waste matter stays in the hlood.These poisons may start Bagging Jmekaches, rheumatic pains, leg pains, loss.of pep and energy,.getting up nights, swelling, puiliness under the eyes, hcadnehca and dizziness. Frequent or scanty passages with smarting and burninKSometirnesshows there is something wrong with your kidneys or bladder. Don't wait! Ask your druggist for Doan's Pills, used successfully by millions for over40 years. They give happy relief and will help the 15 miles of kidney tubes Mush out poisonous waste from the blood. Get Doan's m Pilla. Beige, White, JRrown & White, Blue, -.I'mk, Green. Hit>'h, Low and [Hum Heels. Me- 95 52 yre 6 95 York Store •LYTHEVILLE old Suffer Distress At This Time— If this period in a vroman's life makes you cranky, nervous, blue at times, suffer vreakness. dizziness, hot flashes, distress of "irregularities"Try Lydia E. Pinkliam's Vegetable Compound —made especially for women — famous for helping relieve distress due to this functional disturbance. Taken regular ly-Pinkham's Compound helps build up resistance against annoying symptoms due to this cause. Thousands upon thousands of women report benefit! Follow label directions. Worth trying! KCDETTES Misses, 12J to 3 $1.95 Women's v .$2.45 & $2.95 K E D S For Men and Boys, at popular prices. FORTUNE SHOES for Men Beige & Brown, Bro.wn & White. Brown, Black. Plain or Perforated. Sizes 6 to 12, Widths A to E FAMILY SHOE STORE 312 W. Main Phone 2342 Main at Second — Broadway — Division FOR CASH THIS WEEK END 10(5 East Main Phone 207: Helen Harrison Home-Made Candy in beautiful Boxes i ib. Ibs. Whipped Creams Box 40 Hardwood CLOTHES PINS 9< 4-in. Size. With Coupon! /kjcncij Druxj. Store L (Limit 2) ^^•^ | •1MB •••§•• 1 61-Inch Size PKG. 25 u ENVELOPES | With Coupon . . B (Um!t2) ALKA- SELTZER 25 Tablets fflNKlE PILLS Cqsca raComp. 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