The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 27, 1944 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, October 27, 1944
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,_,,fAGE TWO BLYTHEV1LLE <AKK,)''C<JtJkU5;K NEWS; FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1044 'Miss Lynette Tucker Weds , Bianson • of nncl Mrs cusUfs roit Tucker, ' I eume the bride o* Lieut Cecil Robe rt,,, Branson of the Medical CcrpSfjUrnj oj the Unif^d 'states in a* candlelight service performed aftcntooii 5 30 o clock at First Baptist Church T)ie r W^ F C Brown, pastoi oi the chinch read the double ring tereoiojij to the, presence of a large AK>eintahge *of guests v" Worn out of town including The entire chance) of' the church ' v.a$ outlined Vvith Southern smiiax and Tern which formed an effec- tlio background for twm floor t standaids filled with giant Snow 1 While chrysanthemums placed in«!de the chancel'mll. 1 Branched wrought lion candel- ' aura holding slcrcier white cnthe . dral tapers, flanked ' the tall floor basket v bt i. chrysanthemums wh'ich mart-cd (he place of Uic wedding parti nlulo the entire chancel inil '•"entwined will) smi)a\ and fern was cutlmed vuth white 'Bouquets of white Doty clvrysan- thcms lied \\lth white sitln lib ton marked the pews used b\ mem e bllde * aml bride8rot>ms Later In the evening Lieutenant L'ranson and his bride left for'a wedding trip, For traveling Mrs, Branson chose a Fred Hlock original HUt of lijbt blue wool with fcn trim, ulth nhicli she wore n corsage di brown orchids The joung couple yilll return h«rc (or : a visit with their parent! before going to Detroit, Mich,, to make their'home while Lieutenant Branson serves his Internship. OUt-of-tovvn guests ' hero for the wedding included Mrs.s'P. C. Ha- (hbr,n Jr., of Hattlesburg, Miss., sister of the bride Mrs M B. cocke, Mrs. Jitniny Willlnnis, Mrs. \v. L. Harrisois, Mrs. Pearl Jenkins ami Miss.'Helen Uzzell, all of Memphis, Mrs. E.' C. Polk and Miss Martlm Polk of' HaUlesburg, Mrs. E. O. Jobnson, Miss nhihelle Johnson and • Eugene Johnson Jr., nil of MaYlcl, Miss., Mr. nn ( l Mrs. Walter Heard and daughter, George Ami, of MaKcrn Ai!' Mis W 1?. Harll- Bin of Decntui, Ah Mr and Mrs. Jolin Unzell of Pecan Point, Mr. and Mrs. Jack ,Uzzell of Bassctl, Mrs, c. S, Stevens and Mr. and Mrs. L. C. 13. Young, all p >f Osccola. Mid-Week Club Has Pm-t Mrs. H. II. Houchlns, entertaining members of the Mld-Wcek Club yes- 'at.'hcr hoiiic on As the guests gathered, a pro ( . , sr-un of rrenuplial music was ,„„.,,."., bv Mrs Murrav Smart organist ! J"™"? 0 " ahd Mrs Paul Tipton vocalist Organ selections Included Ro mance bj Liszt Idyl' by Rich aM Pun is, and O Perfect Lo\e by tiurleigh and during the exchange of vows Mrs Smart plajed ' Lle- bestMum Liszt Mrs Tipton s so 16s were Because bj DHaidclot •\nd \Vantlng You bj Sl^mimd Hcmberg anj Mrs Smart p!a>cd 11 e tnditional wedding marches for to Mrs. Ley El'cli, Mrs. Jim Crnftb ' ' " ~ T and W. Jcfferlcs, foi an afternoon of Hallowe'en Menu-Is Decorative Jack-o'-Lintern cakes arc colorful Hallowe'en, refreshments. tjie processjonnl and re'tssionol Mrs Smajtt wore a, dre«s of black velvct'W'ith.a pastel blue bodice, :md i spiav of tinj pink loscbvids in hei lyilr Mrs Tiplon who •> era) taffeta, also'chose pink i v jds for her hair. Miss Jane • Branson .^.^tcr of the. bridegroom scned as maid cf 1 on- 01 with Mis Richard B L sun Jr .and Mrs. W/B.'Elarligan of Dcca- t\ir Ala as bridesmaids Dresses of the three were fash- ifincd alike of rose bronze satin with b!llo\v\ «ktits of matching net "file frocks had low, sweetheart necklines and elbow length skeves and the\ carried arrh bouquets of bronze chrj smith emu ms shading to a soft rose Thev wore tinj half halces of pompom clnvsantheinums in their hair The bride ghcn in marriage bv her father, ,«ore a mid Victorian dress of,i\oiy bridal satin The drc*s had a marquisette voke of drop shoulder effect wl\h close fit till" bodice »m ion? tight calh Iilly,,sleeves : with ruffles/of luce fail mi; o\ei tne hand The verj full kirt posed over old fashioned hoops wasidraped to reveal n pel ticoat ot lace nifties. Her full length veil of imported bridal illusion fell from a half hut of tnnd plaited s-itin tubing caught a,l eitlier side b> rosettes of lllu stou sprinkled with orange blossoms ind she carried a while Bi |^bl6'topp°d with a fusclm tluoited Yellow chrysanthemums In n iqvy bowl used as the centerpiece for the dining table where luncheon was served wh^le \ascs of dahlias and Variegated chrysanthemums were arianged throughout the living room. High score among club members was won bj Mis M O Usrey, ami Mis Eich iccclved the pri,:e among guests. * * 4 Mrs. Caudill Entertains Mrs.' C. C. Langslon was a guest of, Mrs. 1 G. G. Caiid111 'yesterday af- ernoon when she entertained incm- ;eis of Ihc Tluirsdaj C'onlract Club or .luncheon aiul an afternoon ol bridge " , Roses and chiVsantliomiinis formed :he centeipicce foi the dining, (able whcie the eight iruests 'vyei'e "calcd foi lunclieon while other Autumn flowers decorated the living roonj white orchid valley lilies and showered will Branson served as his sons best man with \<f I Osburn e Jr and Colennn Stevens is grooms men and W A Afflick and Wnl- JIV OAYN'OR MAI>I)OX NEA Stuff Writer To. carry out the trndllionnl Hnl- lowe'en colors, oriinge and black, P.liic9 K JacK-o;-Lantcrn In the cciu l9V of, the tnblp' nncl surrouiid ' it vyHh, autuinu leaves. Let orange and' uinck candles,''In little iiidf- vldua) scalloped stjiuish lioUlcrs, fiir- rilsh" t,li,e, liiystlc'light. ' Se'ijyp' pigs In blankets (cooked weincr's ^rhppc'cl In prqphrcd biscuit, 'dough); .a tray of carrot straws, celery "hearts, 1 rlpV : 'olfvcs, ornngb sherbert, Jack-o'-Lantcru cupciikes, coffq?, niilk. '"> . ' •'•••• ' ' " Jack-o'-Lanjcrn Gun Cakes (miikes 21 'mcdlum-sizcrt cup • •"' : ' ciiiics) Have al] • Ingredients room tem- pcrhture.' (Ejhbrtcnhig should be soft,' 'not. melted.) Prc-heal oven to fl.Ulclc inbdcrntc (375 degrees 'I'.) Prepare, muffin pans. Sift cake flour before, measuring. Measure all ingredients accurately (level) before startlng'to mis. Gradually stir 1 cup-hot water or hot, coffee Into 1 - '.= cup cocoa. Cool. Siift' together into bowl Hi cups slated'cake flour," M . or ',4 or 1 teasp.obii baking'povyder, l tcnsjioon soda, V6'! teaspoon"salt, l'/i cups s'U- ler, Ann, Mrs. James,Hill. Jr., Mrs. E. !i. Thomas and her son, Don-, nld llli'kinan; apprentice seaman, vybo is lioinc on leave' from Mo'ri- ticello, Ark. ..'•,' Russell Itialcs lias been 111 for the past several days at his home'at Hotel Glwtcoe, where he has been suffering from a throat infection, His condition''now'Is improved. Miss Onlla Brands of Stuttgart, Arlt., hns returned home afler a visit with Mrs. Sallie Klmes. Mrs. Klines also has had as h'cr guest her son, Tech. Scrgt, James N. Klines, who was enroute from Denver, Cplo,; wliere he recently 1 coih- plcled a id-week's course In the Hoeing Factory School, to his new station nt Lincoln. Nebr, He left yesterday for Lincoln. Mrs. ICddle Paris, Mrs, George Bishop, Mrs. Ed ' Davis ' and' Mrs. Mac Slicpard,; all of Caruthersvllle, Mo,, spent several hours here last night. ''.,•' ", Miss Constance Dcnton, Miss Mary Rcicliei and Miss Mary Kath- erlnc Rose, all students at University of Arkansas', Payettevillc, have arrived lo spend the weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs, W. I. Dcnton, Mr. and Mrs. £ G. Rei- elu'l and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rose. They dime especially to attend the, Ai'tomms-Ole Miss football game i be pliiycd tomorrow in McmpliL<i, Mrs. William Dolcn Is spending two weeks in Crawfordsville, Ark. vyltli her parents. Mrs. Mary' 'Moore Phillips of ITunlsvllle, " State Conference Mrs. Joe Scruggs, president of :lie local American Legion Auxll- 'ary, Mrs. Ed B.'Cook, state mem-, jcrslilp chairman for the dcpart- ncnt of Arkansas, Mrs. C. S. Bag- Sett and Mtx. Marvin Lane re- lumed last night frpm Little Rock, where they attended a state rhem- I.ership conference of the Amcri- Legion Auxiliary, •'The session," ''held cesslty for precaution against en. by the Rev. E. C.'Brown pastor l-mv h thick ha« ,,,i,l,.,l ', ™... t . „ ., „,.,.'• I""' 1 '' cmy attack has ended. Springer Infant Dies Kelly Springer Jr., son of Mr. mid Mrs, Kelly Springer, died 12 hours after his birth late Wednesday nl Memphis Bjipllst Hospital. Condition of the mother, seriously 111 for several months and who underwent an Gpcrnl.lon after hav- ' of First Baptist Church,-" .with burial at Elmwooci Cemetery:' at Hotel. ing been in the' hospital since early Marlon, was the anual Fall mtm- Sunday, was believed Improved to- bershlp conference, with Mrs. B. •'"•• ""-- '- "----•• --• - ••' A, Campbell of the d'epartmeht of Louisiana, as guest of honor. day. She Is the former Miss Joa'ir Williams, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs Virgil Williams. "The'local organization was an- ( Funeral services were held this noimcecl as winner' of the "travel morning at licit Funeral Home award" for having the record of r. member or members making the longest, trip In. connection with auxiliary work. BlytheviUe also received a $5 prize for having completed ' Its membership quota prior to the national Convention held lost monh in Ctilcago, .Mrs. Scruggs and Mrs. Cook spent two days in' Little Hock, where Mrs. Baggett and Mrs. Lane Joined them yesterday morning. Miami To Fnd 'Dint-Out' •MIAMI, Oct. 27.. T- The two . year old "dim Qul",' : in' Miami will curt In November' arid .street lights will be "rw^i'edV'to' 'full' intensity. Black paiiit was', removed from the strcet'llghls. 'earlier in 'the year Add '.2 cup lilgligrade vegetable shortening an ( i ')',• cup cocoa mixture. Bent vigorously with s]ioon lor a brief for 2 minutes by the clock U50 Mr. nnd Mrs. L. T. Moore Sr., and "cltT^fnTagerA "o ^u,, strokes) per minute. Or mix with family. She was joined tills morn- has ordered the return tn-nn electric mixer on slow to medium Injr by her brother, L. T. Moore •Slance savs h "tSrikTfhn speed for 2 minutes. Scrape bowl fre-[ Jr., a student at Baylor Unlvcr l a ' Ulmnce - says - ne lh ! n f s dle fluently. If beating by hand, you . sity, Wnco, Texas, wlio also will I cnil rnsf n niti(iin>it. 1mr r/tmit nulir ' , ,\r.^,\ ttm ,nn n i rA »^ ...m_ •.._ 'f^i who , can rest a moment, but count only 'spend the weekend with his par- - c ' ay ' T^d actual beating time. Then add 1-3 cuts and his sister Mrs Robert '• Wedncsd!ij ' to'V6 cup unbeaten eggs (2 medium) and remaining cocoa mixture. Continue beating 2 more minutes (scraping bowl frequently). Pour into paper baking cups set into cup cake pan or Into well-greased muffin cups, filling each 2-3 full: Bake 20 to'25 mlmites in quick moderate oven (375 degrees P.). When cool, spread tops of cup cakes wilii easy decorating icing, when Icing Wade. Girl Scout Tea Planned SuncJqy At Little House be given by Girl set," outline features of Jack- beater'until fluffy. Blend In a few'! ,<lrlps orange vegetable coloiing. score pil?c foi (lie 'after- neon bridge gaines \vent to'Mrs. F. B. Joyner and second high lo Mrs. Henry Humphreys. Miss Little Is Hostess Members of the A.D.C. club and two additional guests; Mrs. R. ''A.' Nelson and Miss Marguerite Dolcn were ..entertained Wedesnday ntght' by Miss Frances Little, who often' plays bridge with the group. High 'score prize lor the evening went'to Mrs. Gay nnd second lilgli to Mrs. Pfirris McCnlln. Iced drinks were served throughout the games, anj a dessert course at their' conclusion. Many Here Yesterday The marriage of Mrs. Ada Mc- Nccly of Commerce,, Mo., to John Bakci of Challa Mo, was. quietly solemnised jestenlay Afternoon.' 530 o clock at the home ol'Mi-'s. John Fill, justice pf the peace, who !"'•';." At The Hospitals : ' Walls Hospital Admttted: . . ' ClVarlle . Howard, Cariilhersvillc, Mo.' .: '. : 'John CpUopn, Holland, Mo. Mrs.'Elmer'Miller, Liixofii. Disniisscti: "• ' Bobby Edwnrdi', city. Mr?. Luie McMl.nn, Rives, Mo. MI;K. H. R.; Jones, Osccola. l\Ii;5. Elnora, Leisure, city. Mary P..'.'Rol>sbn,' : 'cily. '• Keller' Scofl,'Vlct'oi in. Carl Lc<lbettcr,-pt. 1, city. llljthcvillc Ilosiiilal Admitted.: '"' ' ' Irien Brady, city. Mrs.' Oencvleve 'Hardin, city. Robert J.'Hall, city: Memphis'Baptist Hospital Admitted: Mrs. Pozy Moore, Joiner. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Jlmrnie Juc, Osccoln, a (laughter. ' The new United States nickel contains no nickel, but is 5(i per cent copper. :« ••-• f-ent silver, and D per cent innnsnnese. : : ; ;'.;•! performed the ceremonj attendants a.t the vyeddlng Bits of News ' Mostly Personal Mrs. O. B. Boone went to Memphis this morning- for n visit of several days with her son. (Miss;Li\fctra',May and lier)i'0om-, iiiatc, Miss 'Margaret Gooch, will, arrive tonight, lo spend the weekend here with Miss May's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lafayette May.Both'Miss May and Miss Gooch' are student tcchnlcans at Memphis Methodist Hospital. ' Ainqng the Blylhcvlllc people who nUcnrlp.rl j'La Traviala" last night in Memphis were the Rev. and MrsJ Thomas B. Sniythe Jr., llic Rev and Mrs. S. B. Wilford and daugh- ,'•: is-; citizenship day, . s the day for health and safety, Thursday is international friendship, day, Friday Is set aside for' a demonstration of' arts and crafts, and/. Saturday will be out-of-dcors day. • StJoseph ASPimft mtnvs URSEST SEUER AT m<, MARQARET'S BEAUTY SHOP 1H B. FJrrt Phone 2532 Bring Ui Your Beauty Probltmt Modern E<|nlpm«nt Expert Bfaoticlaru Great lo relieve stuffiness, Invtio It's wonderful how a little Va-tro-nol up each nostril relieves stu/Ty transient congestion. Also relieves distress of head colds! Follow directions in folder VICKSWM* Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens I' Show Starta 2•()()' LISTEiN TO KLCN 1:M *M, 12:45 p.m. »:jj chocolate Easy Decorating- Icing- , friends of the members.' Combine 1-3 cup sliortcnlng, 2 ' Thc «ffnli - , w}iicli will corn- cups sifted confectioners' sugar, I mcmoratc the birthday of Juliette teaspoon salt,' 1 unbeaten egg, r Lowe, founder of Girl Scouting'in teaspoon vnnilln. Beat with rotary i-N Unltet.1 Stales, will inaugurate ' """ •- • " ' '" Girl Scout Week, to be' observed.! thi'onglioul next vveek. DurJrig tills' week the girls will make a special : ; effort lo tell the comniuniiy ' of ( their acllvilies. "' ! • •' Sunday narning girls of all troops vvill Attend church services at First Christian Church, : when'' Oicy will sing the hymn of scouting under • tlie direction of 'Mrs w. n. cobb. Monday will be home making Beautiful New GIF.TS Per Weddings, Anniversaries and All Occasions. New Holiday Merr cliandise Now Here. The Gift Shop Modern! & Antique GIfta MOSS BRYAN NOTICE We will be closed all day Monday and Tuesday, October 30th and 31st. Open as usual Wcd.nesdqy,ISqv.> 1st. winriE -.SHOE a o « i an F* v T ter Heard of Malvern Ark , as ush I- ers j were Mrs Jake Baker of Chalice, Immediatelj following the wed nu< ^ M ^ " t ' n ^ In i Dcciing of Bly- dmg a reception was held at the tlwillc country home of the bride s fam-1., ^' r . nnii Mrs B nkcr will make ill when guests were limited to members of the bridil'party fimi- lies of the ' " and out of 1 the wedding Wfiitc Doty clnvsanthennims and southern sm ,i ax were HSJ.^ uu-^gn. out the reception ropms of the home while the brides table cov ereUnith a Madelraj cloth MS cen tefed with a three tiered v\eddmg cake; surrounded with' puffs of whlje raaline in which nestled tiny vhite rosebuds and white pom pcrn-chrjsanthemums White tapers burning In crystal candehbra cast a Soft glow over the table and its ,all-white and crystal appoint- merils The brides two sisters presided ove? the refreshment table with Mrs F c Hathorn Jr of Hallles ™g,,i Miss., scrying punch, and Mrs-w .4 A/nick, the wedding I cake Mrs Hathorn wore a shoulder .corsage of Talisman rosebuds and Mrs At flick, wore yellow" rosebuds Mrs Walter Heard of Malvern Ark, sister of the bridegroom was in charge of the guest book e!r homc ln Chaffee fSjnrsday — Friday |And, Saturday NighU &:30 to 1 **> **• ft' i the Beautiful Blae Room HOTEL ^NOJBLE A low bo\vl of bronze chrj'san- lennuns formed Ihc centerpiece for ic luncheon table Wednesday af- :rnoon. when Mrs. \v. D Cliamb- n entertained members of Hie Vedncsday Bridge Club and two ed bridge in the living room, gay with vases of chrysanthemums and dahlias. High score prize was won by Mrs. Robinson, \vlth, Mrs. W. J. Wunder. ; llch second high. On "CERTAIN DAYS." Of The Month? It (unctlonnl periodic rtlsturbanctn ninV:c yon tool nervous, tlrctl. rcstlcis, "dtiEECd wit"—nt sucii times—try famous Lyclia E. I'lnkhnm's Vcgctflblo Compounil lo relieve such symptoms. It hrlp> nature/Pknfclmm's compound 13 dditional guests, Mrs Hunter Sims nlso a E™ 1 "* otomoclilo tonic. Follov: ml Mrs. Mnrvln Robinson. label directions. Worth tryltlj! Following hmchcon guests play- ' LYDW E. PINKHAM'S Mrs. DALTON C. FOWLSTON, B. A M S M ORGANIST and TEACHER of PIANO — ORGAN and VOICE Former New York Organist and Teacher ,„ .. . For Appointment Write Mrs. Fowlston JIOI Chkkasawba or Phone 2Ma SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS, properly designed, are remembered always., Our flowers ore al- yays fresh, nnd all work is guaranteed to please. Let our eiDert ieslgners help you with your flora! needs. P ^FLOWERSHOP F.T.D. Service W « Deliver Anywhere "*• 491 BIr »- f M- (Mac) Williams, owner Glencoe B!d». THIS TO THIS v TO THIS 65c hwl Tw ... is simply a matter of cultivating the thrift h^bit. By opening your account with us now, you can start aiming for post-war puichases-the kind that are paid for in full the day they are bought! < The First National Bank The Only NpfionqJ Bank in Mississippi County YARBRO METHODIST CHURCH'S ANNUAL HARVEST SUPPER Friday Night, Oct. 27th the Yarhro Schoplhouse —An Annual Event that has become an institution. Your friends will be expecting you. ADMISSION 50<? FOR YOUTHS BOYS. New Fall SUITS All wooV^fabrlcs in the season's most popular shades. Plaids, stripes, checks in the models that arc right 'for young fellows tills Pall These garments were tailored for sturdy wcnr. Compare the modest price tags, too. BOYS SIZES 8.95 to 15.95 PREP SIZES 22.95 to 24.95 Last Time Today rs «;illi Irene Dunn & Allan Marshall Paramount News and Selected Short Subjects Saturday A UNiVERS.M PICTURE 1C Serial: "Desert Hawk" 15 and Short Con. Showing Sal'day 1:00 to 11:30 Sunday & Monday raramonnf News aiul,S|iorls Ciiiittnaoiu Sbowlui: ban. 1:15 m ; MtdncM Sat. A Suii; Onlj Opens eacfc night 6:45; (farti V Opea? Ijnnrliy 1:00; Starts' 1:18 C«ntlnnous Shows Sat. *u^ Son. ^rfibs Nlfht Evcrj Hljfht Kictjt Baturdaj. Jfi 3>»»e> bnnortj on ^naibty aS tbt Kciy. • Last Time Today JSt vvitli Tom Comvp.y and Barbara H:ilc Selected Short Subjects Saturday "Raiders ot Gliost City" 3 nnd Sliort Con. Showing Sal'day 1:00 to 11:31 Sunday and Monday Incorporated Main & Railroad Bly thevi He - HERBERT WILCOX i . Fox N'cws and Short Contlnnoos Showlnt Sttn. 1:15 to II

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