The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 9, 1944 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, October 9, 1944
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BLTfTHEVlL'LE (ABtf.) - OpURIEB MONDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1944 iss Oldham Is Bride • John C. McHaney III rhe marriage of Miss Ruth Old- m, daughter ot Mr. and Mrs Rob' Francis Oldham of Arkadelphia, k, to Tech Sergt John O. Mc- <ney III, of the United States Ma^e Corps, \\as solemnized yesterday '.cmoon, 2 o'clock, at First Chris- n Church )he Rev R S. Baird, pastor ot > church, solemnized the double: \S ceremony in the presence of Jy the families and the most Innate friends of the young couple 'toor baskets of giant white chry- ;ithemums and palms formed; a j&gtourid for'the wedding party, ! d a program;of prehuptUl music \s given by Miss Shirley June Bar- W, organist. Her numbers includ- 'Priere a Notfe-Dame", by. Boell- inn, "The Bridal.Chorus", Wag- r; "Ave. Maria",'. Schubert, nnd t "Wedding March" by Mendels in for the recessional. Miss Iris Hughes served ns n-ald honor and the bride's onlj al- iidant. Her two piece 'dress;was of 'ua crepe with'a lace vestce, and <• wore rbrown accessories with a -sige of gladioli rhc bride, given in marriage bj r father, wore an afternoon dress • crepe, fashioned with a black Irt In the new straight line effect, lh the white blouse trimmed with t ciystal buttons Her black felt I 4 t was trimmed with a tiny veil 'starched net, and she.wore an or- id corsage 'John C.' McHaney served his son > best man. ' Immediately lollowlng the wd- ig, an informal reception Sos held ^ the home of the bridegroom's rents at 1021 West Walnut of white chrysanthemums d white gladioli decorated the itire lower'floor of the McHaney ime. refreshment 'table, covered th a handmade cut-work llhcn | jth, was centered with a crystal of v,hlle chrysanthemums, I mked with slender white-tapers in ystal candelabra:'The three 'tiered fdding cake was. surrounded with liters of gladioli blossoms end I .mature white chrysanthemums 1 Mrs. Freeman Robinson, Mrs; J > Ash craft and Mrs Hubert Se>I ore sen ed | t Sergcant and Mrs McHaney left I Mr in the'; af terhbon; f ot _ a- brief '•Ming tnp to MemDhis before fern ing here for a v.slt with Mr id Mrs McHaney prior to going to I Jonset Point, R I, where Sergeant JcHaney will be stationed For luelmg. the bride wore a suit of watermelon pink, with black acqes- series and an orchid corsage. Mrs. McHnrjey was graduated fipm high school In Shroveport, La., .ind rom Henderson College lh Ai'kn- ielphla, where she was a member of the JThilo Literary Club. She has bfen a member of the Suilbiiry School faculty In Blylheville for the past two years. Sergeant McHaney, 5011 of Mr. and Mrs. John C. McHaney, was graduated from the local high school and enlisted in the Marine Corps almost three years ago. He returned last month to Ihe United States after 27 months service In the South' Pacific war zone. Gut-of-lown guest' here for the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Oldham, parents of the bride, and Mr. and Mrs. I. Thomas, all of Arkadelphia. * • » Visitors Are Honored Informally Saturday Mrs. O. W. McCutclien entertained with an informal party Saturday afternoon from 5 to 1 o'clock, when 40 guests were invited to meet Mrs. George C, Walls, Mrs. Richard Bland Logan Sr., and Miss Jaiie Logan, nil or New Orleans, houscguests of Mrs. Richard Bland Logan Jr., and her parents. Mr, and Mrs, McCutclien. * Tlie refreshments table, from which an assortment of party foods ^as served, was centered with & long, low bowl of hydrangeas and miniature zinnias, together with other. mixed Autumn flowers ar- anged In rainbow effect, and re- lected in a mirrored plaque. Silver vases of Picardy gladioli were'used throughout the entotaln- ng rooms of the house. Mrs. Mildred Hancock of Hop- :lnsvllle, Ky., houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Minynrd, was an out-of-town guest. Twins Born Last Sunday Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Corbett of Snt- coy, Calit., arc tlie parents of twins born Sunday, Oct. 1, in Satlcoy. The babies, n son and a daughter, hnvc been nmned Bcnjnniin Joseph and Benlla Jo, Mrs. Crbctt is the former Miss PTA Conference Speaker To Be Heard Tomorrow Mrs. DlgUy Mrs. |P. BurRln Dlgby of PlUs- , I'a., regional vice president of iurgh, the National Congress of Parents nnd Teachers, and former president of the Pennsylvania congress, will je guest speaker at the district, con- rerence of Parents and Teachers to be held tomorrow !n Blythcville. 1 Well known in her section of the country for'her civic and educational Interests, especially in the Meld of child welfare, Mrs. Digby is attending district meetings being held throi'"hout Arkansas during this month. Also attending the conference tomorrow will be Mrs. Elston S. Leon- Bits of News Mostly, Personal M. and Mrs. Hug]i;Ne!son Thompson of Cleveland, Miss., accompanied by Mr. and Mrs, Lewis Updike of Memphis and Mr. and Mrs. J. L, Thompson Si., of Birmingham, spent a few hours here yesterday us guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Tlionipson Jr., and family. Mrs. Mildred Hancock of Hop- klnsvllle, Ky,, Is here for a brief visit with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Mlnyard. M, E. Cook and Lee Hill returned this morning from Lima, Ohio, where they went on business. En- route home they stopped over In St. Louis to attend one game of the World series. Corp. Tandy S. Young lias retimi- ed to Camp Van Dorn, Miss,, after spending his 10-day furlough here with his wife and son. Mr. and Mrs. -James C. Hale and three children of Marlon, Ark., spent the weekend here as guests jjf his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Hale. Clarence Cummings, Hugh Gentry, Otho 'Stan-field. Jack Metheny and Dodson spent the week- 1. INFIIIOI MIAcmS'tometimc5 dunageconoiu and Imeus bcoiue' ihcir acrioa is 2. PUIN WAWWa mnns lots m ore nthgf to gee things wbj'te. This isiUohudon&bria. ' 3. WITH nnu you ayoirl > , both dangers. Used u dinxted, Purex -whitens gaill)~m<hantnlItJK- tion.Faisifcc thihinft- rioibleachesorextii nib- j bing Linens l«t hnght PUREX pum HAS coMnouu HCTIOH- OtHTlI TO COTTONS AND UNtHI Elizabeth Harrison, daughter qf Mr. ana Mrs. Ben Harrison of Saticoy, formerly of Blythcville. Crawford's Have DaugKter Stall Sergt. and Mrs. Richard B, Crawford -lire the parents, of a daughter born Friday morning ; at the Blytlieville Army Air Field hospital. The baby, their first child, has been named Thelnia Louise. Mrs. Crawford is the former Miss Theltna kochler of Dell, nnd Sergeant Crawford • now is stationed nt Maiden, Mo. . ' , t ' • -V' ' • ' ' • » • - • : Staff Sergt. Alexander Weds Miss Nannie Stine STEELE, Mo., Oct. 9.—Announcement has been made of the mar- :»ge of Miss Nannie Vem Stine of laruthersvillc, to Start .Sergt. Robrt D. Alexander of Slcelc. The marriage was solemnized' iept. 21 at 8:30 o'clock in the even- 1 ng, at the home ot the bridegroom's rother, Hobert Alexander, In Ty- onza, Ark., with the Rev. Club, pas- pr of the Tyronza Baptist Church, f Relating. The bride wore n dress of black heer with black accessories nnd a :orsage of red rosebuds. Mrs. Lawson Stine, who served as natron of honor, wore n suit of >cige wool with brtwn accessories, and a corsage of pink rosebuds. Hobert Alexander served his brother ns best man. Immediately following the ceremony, Sergeant and Mrs. Alexander eft for a brief wedding trip to Memphis. Mrs. Alexander, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earnest E. Cook of Caruthcrsville, was graduated from Caruthersvillc high school in 1943 Sergeant Alexander, who is (he son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Don Alexander of Steele, was graduated from local schools before Joining the Army Air Forces in November, 1942. Since flying overseas last January with the 15th Air Forces, he has won the Air Medal with three oak leaf clusters He now is in Lincoln, Nebr., waiting for reassignment.'Mrs. Alexander plans to join her husband :is soon ns he is permanently stationed Die assoclntion, iincl rcprescntnUves of Pnrent-Tcnchcr Associations throughout the tiistrlct, Mrs. K. F. Norcross of Lepnnto will preside, mid Mrs. Jesse M. White, Mississippi County president, will serve ns hostess president. The conference* will be held" nt First Methodist church, convening nt 9:30 o'clock tomorrow morning, with the theme'lor tlie meeting to be "Facing the Tomorrow." end In St. Louis where they attended the 'world series baseball game yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Houston'Carter and daughters, Leona and Mrs. Clarence 1 Cummings, together with Mrs. Cummings sons, Clarence Wayne mid Lorry Eugene, nnd Mrs. Lewis Proctor, spent yesterday In Caruth- crsville attending the fair. George Hamilton, formerly of Blytlieville, whose orchestra recently, lias corhpleted an engagement at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New York, Is Spending several clays here. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Harrison 'of Dr, Floyd Webb, -city. ' It W. Geldiich, Osceola. Delma Wilson, Leachville. Born to Mr. and Mrs. I. O. Wcst- Ijrook, .Joiner, a son. Memphis Methodist Hospital Admitted: , Dew, Luxpra. Memphis were tlie weekend guests ft Hie; parent*, Judge and Mrs. Zal B. Harrison and family. Miss Vlvlcnne Moore K student i lie'ndrlx College In Conway, Ark., spent the weekend here vijth her parents/Mr, and Mrs. N. MoSre. Todd Harrison, yeoman 1-c in the Coast Guard, stationed at Charleston, S, C-, Is spettdlng a 10-day leave here with his parents. Judge anil Mrs. Zal B. Harrison and family. Dr. Floyd Webb has been admitted to Memphis Baptist Hospital for. treatment. . Jimmy Bradberry, 8-year-old son of Mr. • and Mrs. Gene Bradberry of Marilja', Is undergoing treatment at Blythevlllc Hospital. Mrs; John Cox will leave Wednesday for Jnckson, Miss., where .she will spend several days with her mother, Mrs. F. S. Gray. Mrs. Gray Is /naklng the trip by plane. Mr. and Mrs. C, W. Aflllck had as thc'lr weekend guests their son-in- law, Lieut. W. R. Hartigan of Decatur, Ala., and their son, Aviation Trainee Charles Affllck Jr., of Columbus, Miss. They joined Mrs. Har- tlghn, who Is spending two weeks here with her parents. Coming Events TUESDAY Cliorlevolx Chapter of D.A.R. meeting for luncheon at. Hotel No- blp, 1 p ra., Mrs. James Hill Jr., and Mrs. c. R. Wrotcn, hostesses. Double O C}ub meeting with Miss Frances Little Mrs Richard Bland Logan Jr. entertaining La Neuve Club. Airs. Otto Scrape entertaining Club Eight. Mrs. M. A. MIcldleLon entertaining c. & N. Birthday Club. WEDNESDAY Chapter "D" of P.E.O. meeting with Mrs. William Lawshe, 1 p. m. Mrs. F. 'E Black entertaining" Wednesday Bridge Club Mrs. Sanford Shellon cntertaln- Box Supper At Gosneff A box find pie supper will be held Wednesday night at the Gpsnell gymnasium, It was iin- no(mced, today. The ' is being sponsored by he: woman's Society of Christian Service of the Gosnell Methodist Cliurch. : Will Honor Ernie Pyle ALBUQUERQUE, N. Mex., Oct. 9. i(UP)—Boon It will he Dr. Ernie py,)e. . The celebrated columnist will receive 'the honorary degree of Doc- tojf of Laws from the University a! N<JW Mexico on Oct. 28. Officials say : r the university, senate voted to "grant the degree "to the correspbn- 'dept; "in .recognition ot his outstanding achievement as the foremost rei>ortcr of the war," | NATURAL LOOKING CURLS PERMANENT WAVE Y«i-^-if8 true I You (tm nnw c'vc 'yo4ndi a marvelous permanent wayc, cooMy, comfortably, al home*--«nsy as pulling your tuiir upin curlers. Tlie armieinil PERMANENT WAVE KIT co^Ldiris evcryUiinjt you nwd. Accept no sub- *tJtulf«, bul insist on Hie gcnijiiie CImrtn-Kurl. Cqraplctc, only 59 cents.—pay no mote. Ovef S ynUllon aqlil. &if« far evr rv lype o( hair. At at 1 Klfby Bros," Drug Store and' all dr]Ug G lores. At The Hospitals Blyllievllle Hospital Admitted: Jlmmle Bradbettcr, Mnnlln, Mrs. lister Grlgshy, city. H. M. Lambert, POrlngevillc, Mo. Mary- Ellen Hull, Manila. Dorothy •HoIlluesworllV Portagc- vllle, Mo. i .Jack' Tnlley, Osceoln. Born to Pvt, and Mrs. L. E. -King of Dell, n son Snl'urdniy afternoon. '• •''' Walls Hospital Admitted: Dustlii Slierrlll, Cflruthcisville, Mo. , Betty Crump,-Bt. 1, city. Sarah Williams, Haytl, Mo. Dismissed: Mrs. Howard c. Wilson, city. Mclvln King, Manila. Mrs. Amos Huffman, Sleele, Mo. Mrs. Hasktll Lattlng, city. Memphis Baptist Hospital dmitlcd: Milton FeHs, Joiner. Robert Hughes, SteeJe. Mo. Alwin Cowan, Osceola. They Are Beautiiul! BARE-LEG HOSIERY 400 Needle. -With Cotton Welt .... 80c : Tax. .. 2c. With Rayon Well .... 75c Tax .... 2c Two' Pair to a Customer Due lo the she*rntes of this hos- leiy there Is no guarantee as to wear. ON SALE TUESDAY IRRITATIONS OF EXTERNAL CAUSE ,cno pLmiileg", cozcma, factory dcrrun- ilis, sirtmlo ringwortn, tottcr, snlt, rlicllm, uinps, (blnckjiends), nnd ncly brokcn- ut Bkin. Millions relievo itching, burn- IE and sorcnpsa of these miseries with i ra p! c ho me Ircnti lion I. Goes to work a t nee. Aids hetiHiifi, worlca the antiseptic •uy. USDUlnck mill WliiteOintnijnt only s dircctcfl. lOc, Mo, : 50o airea. E5 years' UCCCES. Money-back mmruutco. Vital n demising ia good »o«l>. Enjoy fn- aoua IJlnuk nud Wliito Bkm Soap daily. BUSINESS, -. .-- • ( ; -,-',. But Not Quite ; C AS USU^L- Just now we're .having quite a time keeping a full force on the job — and your laundry service is a few days slower than usual. This, we promise, will be remedied shortly after cold weather begins. Until then, thanks for your kindly understanding. Nl) -\VA PHONE 474 BLYTHEVILLE.ARK. MOONLIGHT DANCE EXCURSION on the palatial river steamer Island Queen TO-NIGHT! Boot leaves Barfield Landing. 9 miles East of Blytheville on Hwy. 18, Promptly at 9 P. M. This is the last boat ride this year! • TICKETS AT BOAT $1.10 Service Men and Women, and Children—55c (Fares Include All Slate & Frtieral Tax) MUSIC BY CLYDE TRASK AND HIS ORCHESTRA Excursion Sponsored By BlytheYille Junior Chamber of Commerce "It's not so Uad after you get i used to it!" • j lug A.D.C. Club. Town and Country Club meeting with Mrs. James B. Clark. ' .'t Mrs. J. -L. Terrell entertaining Friendly Seven Club. Sudbury Parent Teacher Association meeting at school, 3 p. m., preceded by executive board meeting, 2:30 p. m. THURSDAY Miss Mildred Lou Hubbard entertaining Thursday Night Bridge. Club. Mill-Week Club meeting with Mrs. W. L. Homer. Mrs. R, L. Banister entertaining Thursday Contract'Club. •Fortnightly Club meeting with Mrs A. M. Butt. Mrs. Marvin Nunn entertaining Friday Luncheon Club. Fidelis Class of First Baptist Church having steak supper at home of Dr. Edna Nics, 7:30 p. m. FRIDAY Mrs. R. A. Copeland entertaining C.B.C. Club. Initial club meeting with Mrs. Ebb Reynolds. • . . Mrs. J. c Stt'lggnrt entertaining G.N.B. Club. WHYBEFATV? Get slimmer without exercise You may lose pounds and have a nrore_sJender, graceful ficure. No excrclsin^.NolnxaUvea.NodniKB. Wllh Ihia AYDS plan you don't cut out any meals, starches, potatoes, meals or butter, you simply cut tiitm down, Its easier when you enjoy delicious (vita- nun fortified) AYDS before meal*. Absolutely harmless, J In clinical te«la condueWd by medical doctor*, more than 100 perinjn lost 14 to 15 I[>i. afer- •4c 1 Q a t ew w« Iu wiUi A YDS Vilamla C»nd r KtJucta* nia- Try a large the bor of AYDS. SCWay supply on! y J2.25. Monty backifyoudon't^«tre»u!u.Phon« KJHBY BUGS. DttUG STOKES niytherilLe. Ark. ARE YOU MISERABLE on"SUCH DAYS"from suffering distress of m PARTY THURSDAY Ocr. 12,8p.m. American Legion Hut- I'llI/.KS: Chickens A- Oilier Food 1'roilucts Admission 35c Sponsored by American Legion Auxiliary With Its Nervous Restless Feelings? Take heed if you like so many girls —atsuch times^suffcrlrom cramps, headaches, backache, feel tired, nervous, a bit blue—all clue to functional monthly disturbances. Start at once—try Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, to relieve such symptoms. It's famous not only to help relieve monthly pnlu but also nccompaDying weak, nervous feelings of this nature. This Is because of IU soothing effect on ONK or WOMAN'S MOST IMPORTANT oncANs, Taken regularly—Plnfcbdm's Compound helps build up resistance against such symptoms. IT HELPS NATUREl Thousands of women ana &lrls have reported benefits. Also a finij stomachic tonic! Follow label directions. Buy today. Lydia E. Pinkham's VEGETABIE COMPOUND GREETING CARDS For Ihe boys overseas, 1 MAIL NOW! The Gift Shop Modern & Antique Gifts MOSS BRYAN Until Further MARGARET'S BEAUTY BBOP 1M 8. First Phone 2532 Bring Us Your Beauty Problem* Modem Equipment Expert Beauticians We will observe the following business hours: WEEKDAYS—Open 8 A.M Close 8 P.M. SATURDAYS—Open 8 A.M Close 10 P.M. SUNDAYs—Open 8:30 A.M. Close 10:30 A.M. Open 2 P.M. Close 6 P.M. (Closed between 10:30 and 2 on Sundays) CITY DRUG (0. We Deliver Moin & First Sfs. Phone 2542 i Continuous Shows Ever; Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:08 LISTEN TO KI.CN I:M UL 12:45 p.m. 4:S* »J Last Time Today People with Dick Powell & Lucille Ball Paramount News and Shorts Tuesday & Wednesday BICSSHD nOIF Atlx JOSITH [LIES DRffi PntSYJSETEI Elt ; i fr JBUBI DDYTVIB SHOE STOCK FOR SALE- Entire stock of low-priced shoes. 2000 pairs rationed; 7500 pairs non-rationed. Store located in Northeast Arkansas. Forced to sell because building has been leased. Stock must be moved immediate//. PRICED FOR QUICK SALE. Write XXX, care of Commercial Appeal. A UN1VERSAI PICTURE IE Selected Short Subjects. Also Chnm- }iuiisl}i{> Footb;ill Game, Washington Redskins vs. Chicago Bear* Msiineea t »t. & Sun. Onljr Opens each night 6:45; starts D Open* Bandar 1:00; 8l«rU 1:15 Continuous Rliowj Bit. »ui Son. UtorpOn Nlrbt Ever; M{ht N* honored on Iratmj If. the Roiy. Last Time Today You're in the Army Now with Jimmy Duranlc ami Jane "Wymau Fox News anil Short, DON EDWARDS "The Typewriter Man" i ROYAL, SMITH, CORONA, AND REMINGTON PORTABLE I TYPEWRITERS I 118 N. 2nd STREET . PHONE 33821 (Every Transaction Must Be Satisfactory) SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS, properly designed, are remembered always. Our flowers are al- irays fresh, and «U work Is guaranteed to please. Let our expert ieslgnera help you with your floral needs. FLOWER SHOP F.T.D. Surlee We Deliver Anywhere Ph. 4*1 Mr*. J, H. (M»c) WlllUms, owntr Gltnoo* BUf. 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