The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 23, 1944 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, October 23, 1944
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jf'i £>(,» f AGE TW' ULYTH'EVILLE (AUK.) COUBU5K NEWS • Coming Events TUESDAY Tuesday 'Bridge Clu'o •••••"••Ing iriih'.Yrs. Lloyd Stlcfcmon. Mrs. R. B. Slout/entei dining Club- Eight. , Mrfc. J. Farris McCalla entertaining Double G Club. Mrs. Colenun Stevens enterlaln- ins ifl Ncuve Club. .' WEDNESDAY Town and Country Bridge Olub meeting with Mrs. C. C. Langston. Mrs. 0: E. Stevenson Jr. cnler- taluljig A.D.C. Club. Chapter "D" of the P.E.O. meeting with Mrs. Ray Worthlngton. Mrs. w. D. chamblln entertaining Wednesday Bridge Club. THURSDAY Oclette Club meeting wltli Mrs. Edwin Rdblnson. Mrs. H. H. Hou'cliim entertaining Mid-Week Club. Mi* G. O. Caiidlll entertaining Thursday Contract Club. Miss Virginia Marlln having Thursday Night Bridge Club. Mrs. E. B. Gee entertaining Thurs- dny Luncheon Club. FRIDAY Mrs. Morvillc Humphrey entertaining G.N.B. Club. Initial Club meeting with Mrs. W. C. Colston. Mrs. Paul By rum entertaining C. B. c. Club. Betty McCutchen Weds Stanley Woodrow Barton A wedding of wide interest was that of Miss Betty Lee McCutchen, daughter of .Mr. and Mrs. Olen Walker \fcCulclien, to Stanley Woodrow Barton of Sikcston. Mo. The wedding was performed Saturday morning at Bloomfleld. Mo. Tlie bride was graduated from Bl.vtneville High School nnd attended Rollins College, Winter Park, Fla.. where slje became a member of Pi Beta Phi sorority. Mr. Barton, son of Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Barton of Catron, Mo., has for a number of years lived at Sikeston where -he has a planta- tion'and extensive associated tn- tcresis, Aitnr having spent the weekend in Memphis, Mr. Barton and his bride were guest of Ihe McCutchcu family todny before going to Slkes- .lon where they will reside, they Plan a wedding trip later In (hi- Winter. Mrs. Ward Complimented At;Shower Party Saturday Mrs. Lloyd, Ward Jr., was guest or honor Saturday-titternbon when Mrs>J. C.Ellis Sr.^i\nd : Mre. George • W. Barbara ;c'ntcrtnlncd:for he*, ju the ,£1118 home at BardelA. Forty guests were invited to attend the affair, which celebrated the'first wedding anniversary of Decorations for the party were carried out in the cotton theme, symbol of this anniversarv. with the centerpiece for the dlnU.;; <^bi c formed of a mirror plaque with the words "Wedding Anniversary'' trac-1 ed in cotton. A miniature cotton' wagon topped with a black pick-, nniijny ustride'a tiny bale of cotton completed the centerpiece for the table. A, variety of party foods were served, together with Iced drinks. A cotton picking contest was staged during the afternoon, with Mrs. Ward receiving a cotton sack filled with gifts from the guests as a surprise award for having picked the'most cotton. Favors for the afternoon were tiivy boutonnieres formed of cotton bolls. Mrs. Ellis and Mrs. Biirham were assisted in entertaining by Mrs. C. A. Tant. ! Miss Ruth Babb Weds Jeut. Waller Beisinger TliQ marrja'jc o: Miss Ruth IJabl) of Blytheville, dimgliter of !yjr. and Mrs. J. P. Babb of Piedmont. Mo., to Lieut. Waller Bicslngcr Jr., of Blylhevllle Army Air Field and ^^etnpllis, was quledy solemnised Saturday afternoon. 1 o'clock, In Osceola. Tlie Rev. Earl Cravens, pastor of ihe clnircl). performed llie ceremony In. the- study of the church. The brldt' wore a Iwo-plccc suit of Italian blue wool, with n hat of matching blue felt. Her accessories were in a harmonizing shade qf brown, and she wore n corsage of orchids. Following a brief wedding'trip lo Memphis, Lieutenant and Mrs. Ble- slnger hnve returned lieic to make their home at 101 East Davis Avenue. Mrs. Bleslnger, who has made hrr home hero for most of the past, nlnn years, now is- 'employed at Goodyear Service Store. .Lieutenant Bleslnger, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bic.slnger Si 1 ., ol 12H North Pnrkwny In Memphis, Is stationed as an Instructor nl Ihe local airfield. Miss McLeod Is Bride Of Lieut. Donald Day The marriage of Miss Clmrlyn Adalr McLcod, daughter of Mr. und Mrs. George McLeod, to Lieut. Donald H. Day of Blythevillc Army All Field and Darlington. M<1., was solemnized yesterday afternoon, •!. o'clock, at First Methodist Church. The Rev. S. B, Willord, pastor of the church, iierfonnctl the double ring ceremony in the. presence of a large number of guests. Southern smilnx and fern trees wore used as a background ol greenery for the tall floor baskets of Inv- Dndor chrysanthemums and wrought Iron candelabra which marked the places of the bridul .party. Mrs. Dnlton C. Fowls-ton, organist, and Miss Holma Johnsen. vocalist, gave a program of prenuptial music. Organ numbers included "Indian Love Call", "Nocturne"; Chopjn, mu( "Evening Star", and Mrs. Fowlston also served as ac- compnntst for Miss Johnsen. who sang "It I Could Tell You", by fsu- bclle- Firestone, • nml "l ixivc Thee Dear" by Grieg. Tnpers were lighted by Mrs. James Elslander of Driver, nnd by Mrs Walter Eileslngcr. Mrs. Elslander wore a dress of gold wool with brown accessories and a corsage of red rosebuds, while Mrs. BiesingcVs dress was of cerulean blue faille, with black accessories. Slie also wore « corsage of red rosebuds. .Miss Carolyn Jane McLcod served as licr-flster's mnlrl o! honor,' wearing an afternoon dress of aqua'crepe fashioned with three quarter length sleeves, and a full skirt. Her accessories were of lilnck. and her corsage was of white "ardenias and pink rosebuds. The bride, who was given in marriage by Roy Graves of Little Rock a. long time friend of the family.' chose for her wedding a two plea ressmaker suit of fuschin wool 'i.U.i a beaded blouse of Italian !i|e crepe.. Her tiny hat was of fn,chin feathers, wllh a heart shaped rim, and she wore a shatikfcr cor- ige of purple orchids. Lieut. Envln M. Mitchell of Bly. hcvllle Army Air Field served Lieu- euant Day as best man. while Lieut iobert M. Rublee and Lieut. Robert Kohler, both of Ihe local field, One oi the numbers In lhc Pr-rls fall fashion Show WilS tills Jcari Palou evcnlnsr blouse, lealurinj llic long-torso line, Of blue satin, the blouse Is decorated with four pockcis covered with hand- embroidered scroll v.'ork, and a line o/ closely set self-covered bultoris (lOWTl the front. Darts at the waislllnc accent Hie neiv . nlpp«d-ln 'effect, \vhlle the Ion;; tlehi sleeves add another note. Relieve Distress This Modern Way Here is a simple way, Mother, to re- Iievetliecoughingmiscryofyourdiild's coM. At bedtime, rub Vicks VapoRub on the throat, chest and back ... and at. once VapoRub. starts, to work to brir^g welcome relief as it •. to upper bronchial tubes with its special ~f$tyrs irjediclnal vapors. " j^j^Ww; chest and back surfaces like a warming poulijcc. VapoRub's EEnetrating-stimulatlng action f pictured above) keeps on working for hours to relieve muscular soreness or tightness, help clear congestion and irritation in upper breathing passages and bring welcome comfort. ONLY VAPORUB Gives Youth., special double action. It's time-tested, home-proved... the best known home remedy forrelicv- _ » ing miseries of \ff ICKS children's colds. V VAPORu* Beautiful New GIRTS For Weddings, Annivtrsaries and All Occasions, New Holiday Mer- Now Here. Gift Shop "4 Antique Olfti MOSS BRYAN were ushers. Inimedlnlcly following the wedding ceremony, an informal reception wns held at. the McLeod lioinu on West Holly Street for members <)f tlie bridal party and the most Inflnmtc friends. Roses nnd chrysanthemums were used throughout Ihu house, while c refreshment Inble, covered with hnndmndc lace cloth, wns centered wltli n ciystii! bowl of white chrysanthemums. The all white mo- litt wns further carried out with the snme (lowers used on the bufict, where white tapcre burned In ciys- tnl ciiiulelnbra. Tlie wedding cakj ivn.s served by Mrs. I. D. McDcrmott, aunt of the bride, assisted by xjrs. lone Kopji und Mrs. Horace. Wnlpole, while the guest book wns In charge of Miss Lonnlc Hnrgett. Later In the nftcrnoon LieiUcnnul nnd Mrs. Day left for a week's wedding trip lo SI. Louis before returning here to mnke their home. Out-of-town guests here for the wedding Included Mrs. \v. M. Es- snry mid Miss Vcst?U Essnry, both of Cimithcisvllle, Mo., and Mrs. W. R. Holmes nnd Miss Betty Hulmcs, both of Memphis. Bits of News Mostly Persona) Manila News Mr. and Mrs. Thelmer Riggs are the parents of a daughter born Saturday, Oct.. 14, al Robinson Clinic. Miss Lois Colemnu hus returned lo her home in Memphis after a visit ot two weeks here with her sister, sirs. Henry Ashbromicr and family. Mr, and Mrs. G. E. Snider had as their guests last week, Mr. and Mrs. i-acc.v A (hi ins of Wcsco, Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Homer have as their guest, her sister, Mrs. Mamie West, of Hutherford, Tcnn. Mrs. Dora Walker and family had as their guests last week her son, Martin Walker, Mrs. Walker nncl their young daughter, all of Capl,. and Mrs. R E Cobble ami son, Clark Robert, left Friday for Oak Ridge and Chattanooga, Tcnn., where (hey will spend 10 days as guests of his relatives. Mrs. Ray Pasold has returned from Fnirfleld, Calif., where she spent several week. 1 ; wllh her husband, Sergeant. Pasold, who Is stationed there. John White, apprentice scamnn with the Navy, who is attending Tulane University iu New Orleans, under the V-I2 program, is spendr in« n 10-day leave here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben While' and family. They were joined here yesterday by Pvt. Ben Mac White, K'lio is stationed at Camp Robinson, Little Rock, and Mrs. White, who is making her home in Osceoja while her husband is in service. . Mrs. Fail) Mahoii .111,1 Mrs. Mack Jamerson spent yesterday in Johes- boro, where Mrs. Ambon wns the gncst ot Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Mahon. and Mrs. Jamcrson visited her parents, Mr. and Mr.i. T. A. Mnrtscy and Mr. and Mis. fl. L. Jamerson. Mrs. John A. Love ot Faycttc-. I'illc. N. C., has arrived for a visit ot two weeks with her mother, Mrs O. W. Smith and family. Mrs. Love is ihe former Miss Virginia Smith. T Harry W. Haines has returned from n week's business trip In Chi- cago. Mrs. Hulnes, \vho accompanied him, has «onc to Battle, creek, Mich., where she whl be at the saiil- torlum until Nov. l. Mrs. Sclma Levy Allenberg nnd daughters, Ann and Kay, of Memphis spent (he weekend here with her father, 15. H. Levy. ' Mr. arid Mr».; John A. Stnlm Jr., of Memphis, returned home yesterday afternoon after having spent .several days here oj( business. Mrs. E, A. Fisher and daughter, Miss Anne Fisher, and thei{ hous.e- ijuests, Lieut, and Mrs. J. B. Johnson and daughter, Sarah Lee, of Monroe, La., spent yesterday In, qs- ceola as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wade Quinn and family. . Chief Petty Officer Joe B. Evans and Mrs. Evnus of Mobile, Ala., have arrived to spend u week here with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Evans, and Mrs. Joe Dllla- hunty and family. They are mak- UIB their home In Mobile while- Mr. Evans Is stationed there with the Navy, .Miss Hope Whltworlh spent- the weekend In Driver, Ark,, with her sister. Mrs. James Elslandpr, Staff Sergt. and Mrs. Corbctl C. Bollard of, Texas, are spending scvtial days as yuesls of his sister, Mrs. w. W. Bryant. Jr., ami Mr. Bryant. Mrs. W. R. Holmes and daughter, Miss Betty Holmes, qf Memphis, arc the guesU of Mr. and Mrs. Oeoife'e McLeod and family. Mnry Robson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald }}. Robson. WPIII an appendectomy Saturday afternoon at Walls Hospital. Her condition Is much Improved. •Miss pott Byars and Dr. Edna Nies spent Saturday in Memphis. Mrs. Uert Trumble of Paragould, formerly of Blytheville; who under- wcnl a minor'operation several days ago at Walls Hospital, has been removed to the home ot hor sister. Mrs. H. H Lewis. Lleul. aB<l Mrs. J. B. Johnson and infant daughter. Sarah lee of Monroe, La,, arrived, Saturday for a brief visit with Mrs. Johnson's mother, Mrs, E. A- Fisher and her sister, Miss Annie Fisher." They syill be accompanied, home Wednesday by Mrs. pishcr, who will visit, them for a while before eotnjf to Baton Rouge, La., for a visit with another daughter, Mrs. Edgar Burnett and family. Mr. and Mrs. W. c. Ca.tes spent .yesterday in Caruthcriyllle. Mo with Mrs. George H. Crockett, who is seriously ill «(, her hoine there following a stroke which she suffered last week. Miit Mnry Outlaw spent the weekend in Memphis. , Leachville Lieut. Dclbert Hooker, who has been overseas for the past year, has arrived here to spend a 30- day leave with his wife and son< and his parents, Mr. and Mrs N. B Hooker and family. Ned Frazloi-'Sr., and Mary Arm Flannigan have, returned from a month's visit with relatives in the Rio Grande Valley. They were accompanied here by Mr. and Mrs. 1 Paul Frnzicr. j; T. o. VVilkins Is recuperating at, [•St. Bernard's Hospital in Jonesboro, where he was removed Inst week. MONDAY, OCTOmOK 23, L<M,( j Keeping Up With The Men In Service Sergt. Charles Caery, son of Mrs. W. W. Caery of Manila, who Is stationed at Fort Myers, Fla., now is crew chief and aerial engineer on ii B-24. Sergeant Caery volunteered In October, 194?. « • • Staff Scrgt. John V. lioffman jr., formerly of Blytheville Army Air Field, has arrived in India, according to information received by his wife, who, with their infant son, John P. Hoffman III, Is making her home here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Smith Brackin. Pvt. J. 13. Brown, of Mrs. Itfyrtle Drown of Manila, lias arrived nt Camp Walters, Texas, Infantry Replacement Training center, to begin his basic training as nn infantryman. He has been assigned to a battalion stressing rifle,';. At The Hospitals, City Will Honor Navy; Proclamation Is Issued Calling for Blytheville citizens to pay tribute to the men and women of the United Slates Navy, Mayor E R. Jfcckfoii today issued a proclamation for observance here of Navy pay on Friday, Oct. 27. "No,w that the United Slates Na,vy is gallantly engaged In combat in all parts of the world in defense of American lives and freedom It Is fitting and proper that the American people publicly acknowledge, their debt of gratitude," Mayor Jackson said.. The local observance will be a part of the nnlion-wide celebration. Admitted: George Faught, Armorel. J. C. Lcdbetter, city. J. W. Hoden, city. Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Donald Brandon, city, a daughter Saturday aftc.rii.oon. Dismissed; Myrtle Smith, Portaeeville, Mo Bernice Duncan, city. Mrs. BUI Dlxon and baby, Armorel . Walls nanjiilal Admitted: Mary Robson, city. Mrs, c. E. nceman, Manila Mrs. Olen Colcburn, Holland, Mo. Dismissed: Mrs. Billy Thompson, Leachville Mrs. Frank Grcar, city. Mrs. Kcllcy Springer, city. •••'•• Mrs. Bert Truinniell, Paragould, Dastln Sherlll. Caruthersvilie, Mo Memphis SI. Joseph's Admitted: . . ,' E. F. McDonald, Osecola. Many Jap-Americans In Nation's Colleges WASHINGTON, Oct. 23 <UP)The War Relocation Authority today announced thai nearly '3000 Japanese-American students have enrolled in American . college* and umvcrsllie.s during the past two and a half years. The WHA said' this number corn- puses almost all of the young evacuees formerly in relocation' and assembly centers who wanted college twining, The students have enrolled in 550 Institutions, includ- mg nursing schools, in « states Bra*. Count* Kew« w»nt Constipation Is Serious Condition FREE B 0 OK Tells of Associated Ailments Stomach and Intestinal troubles, Piles and Rectal Disorders are some of the chronic ailments often caused by constipation and colpn t-isorders. Such common syniytoins !«£ 111 I J. as fl ' cc l llcil t headaches, dizziness IPT AT I HCT " a .' SK1 ' " U(lom!nl11 soreness and •VI rl% LCfiyl '""" nl ' e often "attire's warniii" of _ a diseased colon. For Your Cough ^-^^^^ Creomulsion relieves promptly because it goes right to the seat of the trouble to help loosen and expel Eerm laden phlegm, and aid nature to soothe and heal raw, tender inflamed bronchial mucous membranes. Tell your druggist to sell you a bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding you must like the way it quickly allays the cough or you are to have your money back CREOMULSION fdrCouzhs.Cliesreolds, Bronchitis ARE YOU MSSERABIE on "SUCH DAYS''from suffering distress of The Thornton & Minor Clinic, Suite H1072, 926 McGec -St., Kansas City, Mo., has published an informative booklet on these ailments, generously Illustrated, with diagrams and pictures. They will send you this book FREE. W.rite today. R«td Courtar Hewi Atlanta, On. NOW " BREAT.HE. iFREES- 2_ircps in encli iralnl Shrink mcrabrMea,' cold stuftetl noso opona. Cau- tiontUseo'ilynailircclod PENETROrtOSE DROPS Oct. 22 Nov. J EIGHTH and WALNUT Time of Services — 10 A. M, — 7:30 P. M. Junior Choir Each Afternoon at 'I o'clock Great Gospel Preaching - Soul Stirring Music EVANGKUST SINGER R. K. Naylor Pastor First Baptist Church, Enid, Okla. Gene Spearmau Director of Music and Education, Calvary Baptist church, Alexandria, Louisiana. The Church in a World at War Calls America Back to God. Yo« Are Invited to Attend AH of the Services Aw ATTE ND SUNDAY SCHOOL AT 9:40 A M ONE of 200 at TRAINING UNION at 6:30 pi; SUNDAY! ^aw&M Bui your "Informatfon" operator thinks you should have one. Her telephone linej are overcrowded. The war's tik- ing all the new. equipment^ And how ace you helping out? Why, you're looking up your numbers in your own, directory, and rinding most of (hem there; And l.nfo.rmaiiqn's been able (O give speedier service to iiccesury c»lls. . With Its Nervous ResUess Feelings? Take.heed If you like so many Elrls --atsucli times—suffer• from cramps, heartaches, Unckaphc, feel tlretl, nervous, ti blt'bluc^-nll due to func- tionaf monthly cJlscurbnnces. Htftrt at once —iry Lydia E, IHnk- hara's Vccctablc Compound, to re- Uevc such symptoms. It's famous not only to help relieve monthly pain but also ucconipaDyltig v.'uak, nervous rcciiiigs oft Ills'nature. This Is bacauac or luj soottiln'g effect on ONE OF ROMAN'S. MOST IMPORTANT ORGANS. Tafecu regularly—Pintham's Cornpound helps bvilld-up reslstnncc nyalust sxjch symptoms. IT HiiLlfS NATURE' Thousands of women and' (jlrls hnve reported ticncflLs. Also n One stomachic toulc! Follow label directions. Buy today. LydiaE.Pinkham's VEGETABLE COMPOime' WANT TO KNOW HOW to THRIFTY yet CAREFREE AT THE SAME TIME? It's simple, ready! Send your laundry to us each week and let; the results delight you. Our careful, efficient work will preserve your clothes and household items for years. And you can use those extra hours for a part-time job that you enjoy! I PHONE 474 BLYTHEVILLE, ARK. J\U-s. DALTON C. FOWLSTON, B. A., M, S. M. ORGANIST nild TEACHER PIANO — ORGAN and VOICE Former New York Organist and Teacher For Appointment Write Mrs. Fowlslon HOI Chickastwba or Phone 2049 SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS, properly designed, are remembered always. Our flowers are always fresh, and all work Is guaranteed to please. Let our expert leslgners help you with your flor,a] needs. r.TJ). Berrtw We D*««r Auywhrn. m Mt*. J. H. (HM) wailuM, «woer . Current enrollment Is about divided between men and, wpjucix stu- Polio Victims Improve Vernn Flowers, year-old daughter of Sergt. and Mrs. forter Flowers of Ynrbro. is Improving iifter hnvliig been stricken with Inlan- tilc paralysis several weeks ago while visiting in not Springs Removed to the University HOB- .iltal In Little Rock from her home she i.s undergoing (Jit- Kenny (reat- ment. Both limbs arc affected. Charles Robinson Jr., three-year- old son of Mr.,and Mrs, Robinson, nlso of ynrbro. Is much Improved it Is understood. No other cases were reported. A translation of tlie New Testa- men!, published in England, uses only 850- different words. H(«i ntt Spill >'.Jr Dy—C-! sflEi II MOY/ Don't put off gelling C-2223 to relieve imin of muscular rheumatism and other rheumatic pains.Caution: Use only us directed. First bottle purchase price hack if uot satisfied. 6Qc and $1.00. Today, buy C-2223. WHY BE FAT Get slimmer without exercise', You may lose pounds and have a more.ejeiKler, Kracclul fi^me, No With tl&AYDS plan 'you don't cut out any meals, etatchrs, po- tatota, meats or butter, you simply cut them down, 1C g easier when you enjoy- delicious" (vitamin fot ti/ied) A V PS beloic tnealt. Absolutely harmfcss. Reducing I oducted Ly roejica wiili A YDS VEiwnlo C TryalargcEiicboiof AYDS.30 dayBUpplyonl? '. oney back if youdon'iKetie*uli>Y'hon« FJRBY IHIOS.. DRUG STORES Blylhe\-i]le, Ark. Warm Morning STOVES Ration Free — Price $35 We are Ooin^ Oul ot the Stove Business. PAUL BYRUVTS STORE I'honc 404 Contianoni Showi Every Day Box Office Opena 1:43 - Show Starts 2-:00 LISTEN TO ELCN «^. 12:41 fjn. i:H , Last Time Today Step Lively with Frank Sinalra & George Murphy Paramount Ncirs and Shorts Tuesday Only Madceej But. * BED. Only Opens each night 6:45; ktarU V Open* Sonilaj 1:00; 8l»rt» Ittl Ctnlinnoni Shows 8:t. «n* Soa. S«r|»In Nlfhi Every Nifhi fttte* honored en Jtmttj th« Raxy. Last Time Today PITTSBURGH with NfarlcMc Dietrich .t Unnrtolplt Scoll • Fox News and Short Tuesday & Wednesday Selected Shorl Subjects WOSIO'S CHAMWOMSHlf CHICAGO BEARS vs. CARDS- PITTS.'

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