The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 26, 1944 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 26, 1944
Page 4
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BLYTHEViLLE (ARK,) 'COURIER JJEWS 'Lynette TUcker, Fiance,«. Complimented Yesterday Continuing the round of parlies rjetn'g given for'Mlss Lynette tiick- fr and iier fiance, Lieut,'Cecil R; Branson, tthose fnarrKgc will be solemnized Hits sfreuioon at First Baptist Chi"cli, vcre two events yesterday. Mi$s Tucker was guest of.hon- or when Mrs. G. G. CaucHIl Jr., c-ntcrlalricd 11 guests at a breakfast aiid miscellaneous shower .yesterday morning at Hotel NoMe. A large white wedding bell, IlUetl with pastel pinl; rosebuds formed an effective centerpiece for the table, which was arranged in the main dining room of (lie hotel. Miss Tucker was presented ivllli a miscellaneous assortment of gifts from the guests present, who Included two from oul-of-towii, Mrs. P. c. Halhdrn Jr., of Hnttiesburg, Miss., and Mrs. Walter Heard of Malverti, Ark. Last night, Mi\ and Mrs. Uzzcll Branson and their daughter, Miss Jane Branson, entertained willi a rehearsal supper at Hotel Noble, when .the 20 guests present included membeis of the bridal party and out of town guests who hhd arrived for the wedding •A {hire's course 'dinner was served in the colonia] Room of the hotel, .whore (lie dining (able was centered with a low bowl b( yel- lon and white thnsantheimims, and bridal place cards marked the places of the guesfs - Later in the etenlng the parly • xsent to lite church foi the wedding rehearsal Included among the out-of-town .guesk were Mis F C. Halliofn Jr, and Mrs E C Polk, both of ' Hittiesburg Miss Mrs. Waller '_Heard of Malvcrn Ark Mrs. M. B. ,"Cpcke of Memphis and Mrs. E. G. Johnson of Maude,, Miss. ' Mrs. Boyd Entei tains Mrs. William Q. Boyd, cnterlnln- i ing members of I a Neuyo Club Xuesdaj slight at hoi home on > Npith Eighth Stieet, nlio was hostess (o three additional guests. Mrs. •Worth D. Holder, Mrs. Robert Phillips and Mis Fov Eitcliison. Chrjsanthemums in colorful Fail tones decoiated the entertaining. rooms. High score prize among club members was won by Mrs. Jack' Chamblin anct second high by Mrs. Mclviri Halsell, while Mrs. Etchlsbn received rn»h guest prize. The hostess served a dessert course. • • « Miss Cavasliei e Is Bride ' Of Hot Spiings Resident Mr, arid Mrs. lie'e Gavashere announce the r marriage of their daughter, 1 Miss 'Ada Marie • Cava- Ehere, lo Everett Adkins of Hoi Spimgs Tlie ceremony was solemnized Thursday in Osceola The bnde uore n jersey dress, \ ith a Ia\endci blouse and flowered skirt Following a visit here with her parents at their homo at 115 East Walnut, Mr. and Mrs. Adkins IVave gone to Hot Spiings, where they will make their home temporarily with his parents. Mrs. Adkins attended Blythevllle '.chools and lias beeii employed at several business firnis here, while Mr.; Adkiiis recently received a medical discharge from the Army after two years service. Ok* Son Is Bom Yesterday , Pfc and Mrs Kelley E. Springer • are the parents of a son born yesterday afternoon at Memphis Baptist Hospital. The baby, their first child, lias been named Keltey Evererte Spunger Jr Mr 1 ; Springer Is the former Miss Toan Williams daughter of Mr. arid Mrs Virgil •Williams. » • » P.E.O. Meets Yesterday Mrs. Ray Worthlnglon was hostess to 14 members of Chapter "D' of the P.E.O. yesterday when she entertained, at luncheon at her home at 1021 West Chickasawba. Roses ahd chrysanthemums we^ Vised throughout the entertaining rooms. Following the buffet luncheon Mrs. H. H. HouchiKs presented the program on the topic of "Mexico". Mrs,.Lahgston Is Hostess Vases of pink carnations decorated the entertaining rooms .of the C, C. Lmigston home nt Number Nine yesterday afternoon wh6h Mrs. Lartjrstqii was hostess to members of the Town 'arid Country Club and two (i'dditfonal toiests, Mrs. p.. j,, Banister and Mrs. C. R. Wvoten. . Light refreshments were served at Ihe 1 conclusion of the garni's, when Mrs. O. W. McCulchch received lifRh score priw; and Mrs. Banister second high. • • • • Club, Guests Entertained Mrs. Toby Long aiid Mrs. Venion ThonmsSon played bridge with inein- bcrs of the Double G Club Tuesday night when Mrs. J, Fan-is ItfcCalla cntertainfid trial her home on Highway 01 North, •Fall flowers decorated the living room of the house. High score prize was woil by Mrs. John Lippitt ami second high by Miss Mary Spain Usrey, and thd hostess .served n v w)(ul course. Bits of News Mostly, Personal Miss Maxlne Reid, daughter of Mr. aiid Mns. Max B.Reid, will nr- jive tomorrow to spend the weekend with her. parents She Is a student at Mississippi Stalj Collcg'c foV Women, Columbus Mrs, Bob Barrits left yesterday afternoon for Memphis whero she will spend several days with her sister. She is gojng down especially to liear "Ii(i Tr>.vlnt4" tonight at Ellis Auditorium, when her nephew will play with .(lie orchestra, Mr. and Mrs. Jlmmle Sanders lmve,.ns their guc.sts Mr. .iiijd Mrs. Bob Knight and Mrs. Je'iivell Hay, all of Sheffield, Ala., who \yill be here for the remulri'der of tlic week. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F. Morris and daughter, Maureen, Capt. and Mrs. Gcoi'iji B. Curry, and Susie Cralton,.daughter of Mr. arid Mrs. Rupert Crafltiii; weilt to Memphis this afternoon to hear "La Trnvl- nta" tonight nt Ellis Auditorium, Mrs. W. J. Pollard and Mrs. Robert Porter will arrive Monday from Dearborn, Mich. Mrs. Pollard, who went there when Captain Pollard ehlefcd the Army more, than two years n^o, will innke her home for the present with her sister, Mrs. A. M. Bull. Mrs. Porter, whose husband. Captain Porter, also is stationed 'at Romulus Field, is coming for n visit with her parents, Mr and Mrs: B. A. Lynch. -'' : •"-••- • "•'"•< Miss Doris Muir : and Miss' Mrr- garet Holland spent today In Mem- .phls, where they \yill ntt«n(J t r 3e i opera tonight at Ellis Auammiim. Mr. and Mrs. Vhyil Williams are n Mcniphls with their daughter, "Mrs. Kcltcy E. Springer, who is ill it Baptist Hospital. Private Sprlng- .r's mother, Mrs. ill. T. Springer 'f Little Hock, also is In Memphis vith Mrs, Springer and her infant son. Mrs. Springer, who has been quite III, now Is improved. Among (he Blytlieville people In Memphis yesterday for the performance of "Kiss nud Tell" at the Auditorium were Mrs. Ley Welch, Mrs. G. H. Grcar, Mrs. W. M. McKcn/ic, Mrs. Robert Grimes, Mrs. DL\ic Crawford. Mrs. Riley B. Jones and BINGO American Legion Hut Thurs.; Oct. 26 8 1>. J!. Admission 35c Spohsorccl by Mississippi Co'iinty Home Demonstration Clubs Mrs. P. Don Smith. Mfs, C. C. Wood spent yesterday In Memphis. , Mr. and Mrs. Tom A. UtUe and daughter, MJss, l-'ranccs IJtlle, ipenl Tuesday In Memphis, where they nt'tcifcle'd the performance of ''Kiss ai<d Tell" at the Auditorium. Olli'ef- CoppWsc Jr., Is undergoing trcatnieiil at Skaller Clinic, bccausfr of threatened pneumonia. Pv't. 1 Kenneth Marr, son of Mr. and Mrs. K. D, Man; of Marked Tree, who lias been slallone'd at Camp Robinson, Ark.-, Is visiting here cu- roVitc to his nriv jibs'l n't Cnmp Si\'lft, Texas. Seaman Owen "Pete" Walker, who Is stationed at Jackson, Miss., Is spending his sevcn-tlay leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. j. i', Walker at Huffman, Ark, Mrs. Jesse Province, who underwent, a minor operation yeslcrdriy at Dr. Tkhvi'll's Clinic, Is recuperating at her home oil FJast Vine Slrcet. Men In Service I/cut. James Robert, needcr, son of JvTrs. R. L. Rccder of Blylhcvllle, Is reciiperalins In a hospital In France, where he has been coii- ilned because of Illness. His address Is O-128439C, Co. E. 118- Infantry, APO 583, c'nrc P. M., New York, N. Y. 4 • . Corp. James N. Parks, s'ori of Mr. arirt Mrs. Max Parks of Blylhcvillc, has , been translei'i'cd from Fort, Bliss, Texas, lo Camp Carson, Colo. • » » Mrs. C. L. Jarrett lias received n copy of the "CB! Roundup.' a publication printed by men in service In Die Clil»n-Diirm.i-7ndin theater of wnr. The paper, Kenl lo her by her son, Scrgt. Curtis L. Jarreti, contains an editorial on the subject of the shows scheduled by iiiovle slurs and later cancelled. Sergeant Jarrctt, who Is one of Mrs. Jarrett's six sons in service, has been ov- er.s'cns since January. • • » Jmni's C. Uakcr, chief petty officer In Ihc Navy. 1ms arrived In Santa Rosa, Calif:, following seven months of active service, during which Unique was in 11 inajbr sea engagements. Mr. Baker is formerly of Blylheville, arid Is a ii'e- pliew of Mrs. L. A. 'Henry of the Pi'lde Subdivision. Food Specialist Will Be Guest ' Of Club Women The County Council of iJome Demonstration 'clubs will have as its guest Saturday, Miss Jollenc Vnnnoy state extension specialist iii foods niid nutrition. • A pot luck lunch will be scncd ill noon nt the lilylhevlllc Woman':! Club, All Ilo'rne UcfnoYfelrnllon club members arc expected to attend this riieoling aiid any other interested persons are lnvite-1, it was announced by Miss Cora L-> 'Cok-- ninii, home tlenionslratlon agent. Seaman Is Promoted AV CENTRAL 'PACIFIC U. S. NAVAL AIR STATION, pet. 20. —/Slex Clay banicls, of Blytheville, Ark., has been advanced in rating from Soninn.n Second Class to Seaman First Clnss. nt Ibis Nai'nl Air Eijillon, effective Sept, 1. , .Tills announcement was iiiadc by Commander Bert II. Crclgluoii. UNR, commanding officer. Daniels' wife, Mrs. Liiclla Daniels, resides at the above address. fFTC Spbrts festival to Be Held In March BAAF Athletes will compete against, some of the [Inest sportsmen In the country in March, when several all-command tournaments arc schedule^ b'y the Eastern Fly- Ing Training Command. The liicn from this station will enter tourneys in boxing, football, and baseball, , Maxwell Field, Ala., headquarters of the EPTC, will be the scene of the great sports festival. Huhener Is Designated To Perform CAA Exams Or. L: L, Hubcner of the Blyihe- ','ille Hospital has been designated to perform physical examinations Icr the Civil Aeronautics Administration. Dr. Hubcner will be available (o anyone In this area who wishes to be examined for a pilot's license, or for any of the '.eriinical positions in the CAA Aeronautical Service which require a physical examination. 'Ihe appointment of Dr. Hubcner is part of the CAA plan .lo prepare for the large number of civilian (llfjhl students who have been prevented from taking flight training lie-cause of the war, and for the examination, as civilians, of the thousands of service airmen who will wish to continue their aviation careers. < ' At The Hospitals lUyllicvillc llflspliiii Admitted:" Robert J. Hull, city. Mrs. G. II. Caldwcll, city. Dismissed: Shirley Moore, Lcachville. Willis Hosiiitul Admitted: Rosle Haru'er, city. Mrs. James Parrish. Rt. l,,city. Dismissed: Jifrs. Olen Colburn, Holland, Mo, Mrs. O. W. Smith, Holland, Mo, County Health Director Talks To Kiwanis Club Dr. E. c. Budd nf the Mississippi Comity Heilth Unit was guest speaker nt the luncheon meeting of members of the.Blytheville Ki- wanls 'Club lield yesterday at Hotel Noble. DV. Btidd ilhisirated hlsr'dlscus- >io'n of tlic iih'porlhiicc of projitr vitamins with films distributed by the British Ministry of Information showing the ways in which Britain Is making up the loss of Various imports by substitution of vitamins. He also showed a film on the subject of vitamins put out by the Arkansas Stale Board of Health. He was assisted in presenting these films by Sam Lltllc'ton. Quests in addition, to Dr. Budd and Mr. Littleton, were J. T. Puckett of Altus, Okla., Dr. R. E: Nny- lor.of Enid, Okla, Gene Spearman of Alexandria. La., the Rev. E, c. USO Production Will Be Staged Here On Nov. 6 , Riffs and Ryhthms, n USO Camp Show production, will be staged at the BAAF Recreation Hall the Drown, Jimmy Sanders, Vic Hyde ol Helena, Ark,, Ward Akers of Jonesboro, and a Lieutenant Kraut/. of Blytheville Army Air Field. MARGARET'S 8EAUTY SHOP IK 8. tint Phone 2532 Bring Us Ybor Beauty Problemi Modern Kqalpment Expert NOTICE We will be closed all day Monday and Tuesday, October 30th and 31st. Open as usual Wednesday, Nov. 1 1st. •--• ••'-,' > -~ - - W H O O 0 I USE NESTL| BABY HAIR TREAtMENT Thousor.di b[ molheu hove helped to give ih'eir babieicurts cndrirTg- lets wilh Nesllo Boby HoTr triat- nienf. Also <iic?s in keeping-scalp arid holr clean and Fragrant. Sto'r'l usfng Baby Hair Trealmcnl when second Qcowlh oJ hoir Is about one inch long- Advctllied in end Commended by Parents' Magazine. $1.00 botrlc makes o lull qy'orl of frealmenf. 1 WOOD'S Drug Store JafreH Suffers In'jury Battling japs Ocllse Jiifrctt, 38; caf|)'chtcr's iniite sccoml clftSs Irt the N!wa! RbVcVVe, lias suffcreil n fractured wrist wlil'lc In actloii In the, South Pflclfic, bill Is recovering rn'pUIfy, 'the Navy Dt- pnrltn'cn't 1ms luformeet' his wl(c, Mrs. Wllma Fay Jarrctt. Woiiiiclcd about Bep't. 15, while tryln'g to Inriil on an Island, he now Is hack nt Guftm, It Is believed. He Is a member of the 73rd bnttallon which built \lie hir bases «t Guafii !>lcnnal ami Mundl oh New Gcorgln lslnnd.5. Rhtcdng tlie Navy Dec. : 31, 19&, Mr. Jnrrett sailed May 12/1913. Mis, Jnrrett, who is e'mploycd Jii Pieknrd's Grocery, makes her home with her parents, Mr. arid Mrs, J. M. Harding, at Promise'd Land. • YOUR COSTUME CORRECTNESS v ,• YOUR WARTIME THRIFTINESS We fchlnrc Phoenix Hosiery because it's hosiery at its Lest. You'll find beautiful '(•workmanship, flattering, wrinkle- free fit, and longer \vear in your lovely Phoenix Hosiery. Skilled Hands Your Health - We, as druggists, are skilled men in our profession. Through years of study and experience we feel well able to help your doctor in protecting the health of you and your family. When you enter our store you can feel assured that the prescription your doctor has given you will be Compounded accurately, in a minimum of time, and at fair an'd reasonable prices. FREE—Competent Advice on INS Only A Few Cents A Day Buys the Best! Wood's Drug Store 221 W. Main Phone 507 night, of Nov. C, LI. Richard N. Smith, special services officer, his nnnouiiccd. The revue will feature live sfng- i)g, dancing and fun-making of wtll-kiiu',vii vaudeville sinrs and will h c presented free of clinrgc before BAAF pcrso'iinel. When il figlils, the caterpillar of JC )>uas moth splls a stream of poison liquid. • ' THURSDAY, OCTOBKJi 26, J944 G&mihg £virits FRIDAY Mrs. No'rvllle Humphrey cn't'er- talning G.N.I3. Club. .Initial Club meeting with Mrs W v ,c. Colston. Mrs. Paul Byrum entertaining c B. C. Club. 8»t. St Sun. Out) Opena Vieh night 8:45; iU'fU gnniJ.j i.-OB; glirlj i:li ma 8how» fl«t. »n< §«K. Nljht Every Nlfb'l *n« B . !••«• ktmoRd on JAiikj «• 'thnrsttay ant! 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