The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 12, 1944 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, December 12, 1944
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PAGE TWO BJvYTHBVJLLE COURIER NRU'S TUESDAY, DECEMBER 12, > Bride Of Leroy'Burton Parks Announcement his b^en made of the marriagS of Sfiss Befty Chnfin, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. El. Chafm of Luxdra, W .Lcroy Burton Parks, son of Mr. and Mrs. Burk Parks of jHliint, S." D. i The marriage nai Solent"!-'-' ".'ny. '23 In North ] Augusta, S ''h /Judge James E Parker o ' .:-j inl the single ring ceremon> . I Th'e bride wpre_ a,.two, piece dress .-of slafe blue crepe wij.h black sequin Itrlm nnd black accessories. ; . | A .gradate.,, it ..,flui$eUeV. High [School Mrs) PArkfl ..was, employed in jBlytheville before going to Augusta, ;Ga., where she was on employe of (Union News Coiripany,''"*' j Mr., Parks; ,whd. recently received tan ho nor AbleV discharge from the "Navy after two'<years service, was {nn ' employe.,,of> .Douglas ' Alrcmfl [Company prior: to .(lint tlrrie. He and , . [his bride •will -inake their : home • in Sani.DJega .*h'ett*h^nin- engaged .-In ' ' be Mr. and' Mrs. Parks ; fipw ore, visiting here as guests,of her sister, Mrs. O. P. 'Frazier; and in Luxora with;her. parents,-, before .going to Blunt for, a'visit .with his parents. Christmas Pro'grarff Given Mrs. W. 'L. Hornef • was . lender for the. special'ChrUtrhas program given yesterday .a Iterhopn .nl First Methodist. Churc.h .for hiembcrs of •the Woman's SocJety ol" Christian Service. ( :.'_ •- • The . ; progrnrn , opened,, with n piano, krtV by ;Mlss .Ann Deeri, followed by '/The Story of the, JJa- tivity" related by Mrs. H. W. Wyltc. Members' of.the Biylh'ev.ille High School, .glee, club, .ga,ve ri. medley of ciirlstrria? carols, arid . Mrs. Harry W. Hairies' gave ri' reading, "Our Country." Th'e program closed -with prapcr by Mrs.: 3. B. Wllfori. . . - , During the social hbu'f which followed, a . .QhriBtmas;.. party was given In' tfe.'recreation • room .of the church ,which was. gny with trp/Utional...hblldiy; jsreenery n lighted ChrliMaB. tree. Mrs. James Hilt Jr., president of Die Woman's SocJety of Christian Sen-ice, was presented with ,a corsage of red rosebuds and n life membership In 1 .the- orgiuilwilion In ti pp. reel at ion .of her splendid .wort with this group...The.prcsenlntlot was made by Mrs...Wllford. Refreshments, were'served by (he hostesses. who inpluded Mrs, Horner, Marie Abraham Marries In Florida Ceremony Miss Marie Abraham, daughter pf Mr. and Mrs. C. Abraham, became the bride of Scrgt. R. U Manning of Dallas, Texas, In a ceremony performed Nov. 23 at Fort Myers, Fla. : The mnniago was solemnized In ihq' fcirf Icltl chapel at 4 o'clock n 'trie .'afternoon,' with, the post, :haplaln officiating at the double •ing' ceremony. Tlio bride wore a suit of tcnl irccn wool with black accessories md a corstigo" of white gardenias. A graduate of Ulylhevlllc High School, Mrs. Manning formerly vas employed nt Blythcvlllo Army Air Field. Sergeant -Manning, who was stn- loncd at (he field for n •ear, now is (akiiifj special trailing ns ft gunner on n B-2D nnd Is stationed at, Fort Myers, where \e t sbd. his bride temporarily are linking-! their home, i Mrs. Lowe Is Hostess Tlio Women's Council of Christian Church met yesterday Circle Officers Elected Circle Meetings Held Circle meetings of the f First yesterday nftcrnoon wlio met homes of various members. of the program »? , y meell "K s " f cl"Ies of thL .„„,, Mission- Presbyterian Church yesterday af- Chiirdi tcmoon ivas "Every Tlioucht In •"-' "' Captivity To Christ," with membere of tliree circles meotliig during the nftcrnoon. Mrs. L. o. Nash wns hostess to 12 ineinbers and one visitor of Circle at Circle One met with Mrs. J. G. Barnes with six present. Tlie de- votlannl was given by Mrs. C. R. - - ^ Wrotcn, followed by prayer by Mrs I Oae ' wljon M J 'f c - M- Orny was In K. B. Woodson and Mrs, Alvln ellni 'B« of botli Die devotional and Jtnf/man. Mrs. C. M. Smart was In tllc l )ro B rll »i. Members packed n box charge of the mission study course , ' ol ' c »IMrcn at the Vern Lloyd Chll- FJevcri nieinbcr.9 of Circle Tl,ro t . drel1 s . Homc hl Mon "ceHo. "'"I later nict .with, MM. C. E, Wilson, when!? R P elnl llour was llclu ' ihn [ u'no i,, r.h* ran r.r hostess served rcfrcshmc! , , iho devotional WOB In' charge of cshmcnls. l '« Mrs. . . , If. H. Brooks wto told p/ 1 M "- William Youn E and Mrs,.R. ' M n v r , tllc PWnm, and later Mrs. O. V. Daws .was ) lo-plnns were made for a gift to chil- olght members of Circle Four, with dren at the Children's Home, anu Mrs-. T. L. Cassldy in elinrgc of also discussed (lie supper whicli they the devotional. Prayers were ol- will serve Thursday night at liic' fere'rt ,by Mrs. Robert Crimes find men's meeting nt the church. Re^ Mrs.'ken'dall Berry. j fresliments were served during the Circle Five met ivllli Mrs. wii-- soclnl hollr Hani Dcrrymdn with nine mem- 1 clrcl ° Thrce m< -^ with Mrs. Ray bcr.t.-nml nnc visitor prc.senl. Mrs. Wo "hl"8ton with eight members C. G. Schercr ijavc the devotional, '" esctl1 - M| s- Leslie Hooper was in followed by prayer by Mrs. Ebb M ""B<-' or the nfternoon's program, told the story of the fourth wise man. Mrs. Baircl closed the dcvo- Mnnnl neriod with prayer. Mrs. J. C. Ellis wns in charge of the brief business session. During the social hour rclreh- ments were served and the mem- ... - . . , ' rlle holiday theme was carried cnch meeting with the following • out throughout Hie decorations of officers to serve during 1D45: Circle the entertaining rooms, with re- One, Mrs. C, n. Wrolen, chairman, frcshmcnts served from the dining Mrs. J. O. Barnes, co-chalnnan, table centered with a tiny Chrlst- Xlrs. Alvin Huffniriii, secretary- treasurer; Circle Two, Mrs. Tom chnlrinan,- Mrs, n. E. nia« scene. Mrs. English Gave a Christmas rending and the 2-1 members nnd two guer.ts present packed a Chrlstinri< me men or tins cmircn wlio now c j c Ponr „„_ ' nfai:(al . K ljasan ' basket to be given to a needy family arc In service. The book (o be sent rn nul _.|, ,,„.„,,„(,.„,„„ »,~ u K ...,....., ..^.^ ..,—-......„ — ....... w jn CKSO u clininnan, Mrs, u. K. bcrs wrapped books, to be senl to Groliam,, .secretnry-treasurcr; Clr- Is "Tlie Abundiuit Ijlfc" by E. Slnnley Jones. Blaylock, co-chairman, Mrs. H. E. chalrriiah, Mrs. Ivy W. Crawford. cp7C|iairrnan, Mrs. Kendall Berry, Kecretnry-trensiirer; Circle Five, • Mrs. John Biichannn, • chairman, Miss; Jmio Knox of ..Memphis, ^''|. P-' "ardin, co-chairman, InnnVif sin nf \1v- niirl I* fi~a /^l^nV-lnn "iFSi . .ft. Osceota Man Is Married Coming Events WEDNESDAY Wcdnesclay Bridge Club' meeting with Mrs. W. D. Chamblln. , Woolen secretary- n Mrs- °' G ' Cn{ldm ^"^ng wooicu, secrcinry- • Town nna country Club. ,,in .„, ,. •>,-, w« m Chapter "D" of. P.E.O. fitster,- •'• iV,'-7 r : ' will serve ..the. Worn- hood meeting with Mrs. J. A. Leech, en's Missionary Union for the com- THURSDAY . UIl , , ing-year aft ,Mrs.: H. H. Brooks, Mld-Wcck Club meeting with )t nnstoi-of P'csltlciH;. Mrs., Charles JSny New- Mrs. Aubrey Conway. iuircli oitl- combl flrsl vlcR P r ' slllcn t: M rs. .Miss Patty June Davis cnlertai'n- rlnlr'ri nt'lik limni- ' I Hnrry . Pr , ltzl " S ' .second vice presi- Ing Thursday Night, Bridge Club. wnicu ill. IH& 11UJI1I., Idnnl 1 ' XTrr t^.t. /^^.W.^'., 11,1^,1 ..[ An Tlnirc,),,.. /^.,..t« 1 rti.-i. _ _ii-'. Miss 1 Kathleen Mnntgomcry. of •'".' *'; Kciser served as maid of honor P re£lue l ' ami Woodrow C. Johnson was best, cpfrespou(llnc , em[my . Mrg _ Kcn . ital) Berry, treasurer; .Mi-s. Pearl Bits of News Mostly Personal Mr. and Mrs. R-. W. Scott were called to Baltimore, Md,, Saturday by (he critical Illness of their son, Earl Howard, frs, Jennie Malone, Miss Angie Kood and brother, Bob Hood, left this afternoon for Copperhlll, Tcnn., for a three weeks' visit with Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Peterson. While there they will be joined by another slstei, Mrs, Lnnler Reed of Florence, AIn., the former Miss Mary Emma Hood, who will spend week with them. Miss Virginia Stiles of Memphis was the weekend puest of her tjriindparcnts, Mr. ftnd Mrs. .Walter StllOF. '. . . ' Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Erdrnann of Columbia City, Ind,, will arrive tomorrow for nn extended vklt With Mr. and Mrs. Ross Stephens, Mr. and Mrs.' ; Mearl Jonlx and Mrs, E. A. Goodrich. , ill-, and Mrs. c. A. Cunningham soent the weekend In Trenton. Tcnn., as Kiiesls of her mother. Jcssee Stltt is spending this week in Chicago where be is attending two hotel conventions as secretary of the Arkansas Hotel Men's Asso- ciation. He will return Friday night. Mrs. George Shanks, who has been undergoing treatment at Memphis Methodist Hospital for the past several days. Is Improving and probably -will return home tomorrow or Thursday. Pvl. Harry D. Johnson has returned to his camp at Fort Rlley, Knns., after spending a 10-day furlough with his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry Johnson of Headway. Mrs. Francis w. Adams returned this morning to her home In Ur- bnna, 111., after a visit of several days with, the late Major Adams' rriothcr, Mrs. Love B. Adams,, and Mr. mid Mrs, J. w. Adams and Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Smith Jr. At The Hospitals niythevllle Hospital Admitted: Mrs. Jess Wood. Huffman. Walk Hospital Admitted: Mrs. Robert, Stevens, Leach'vllle. Cur! Roberts, city. . ., .. .. Mrs. R. B. Lucas, Braggadocio Mo. DUmis.scd: Dick Plmnmcr, Bteelc, Mo. George E. Snyder, Manila, John Warren, city. Mrs. Jodie Lancaster, Steele, Mo. Momiilils Bnpllst Hospital Admitted: Mrs. D. S. Crane, Osceoia.. Mrs. C;. II. Nobles, Osccola. Memphis Mcihntlisl Hospital Admitted: Carl Pulley, Braggadocio, Mo. daughter of Mr. niul Mrs., Churles Kno.\ of SI. Louis, becninc the bride of Dell C. Jones of bsccolri cntl Memphis In a. ceremony per- the C-s eoa '"'We wns Given In marriage . . .,, Mrs. Haliics, Mrs.. Wylle,,Mrs. F. D . : ^'.Walter O. Stevens Jr., of Mem- Smith, .Mrs. C., G.. nedmnn, Mrs. John Relnmillcr, Mrs. F.; L. Husbands,. Mrs. J, V. . Gates, Mrs. Oeorge AI, ' lie and Mrs,, C. S, Stevens Jr.'',, .-. -, ', . * • "• Mrs. Pryor Entertains Mrs. Paul Pfyo'r .was hostess to 1C guests yesterday when she entertained members of her clrble of the Woman's Society,of .Cnr'istlan Service of First:Methodist Church at a luncheon at her home. . A buffet luncheon was served from p.. table lighted wth slender red topers Held In: silver candle•'holders, and later In the afternoon the. members exchirieed.gifIs. froin beneath : the righted Christmas '• •'• - : {i the living room. Vhis. Mr. and Mrs. Jones will make their home in Memphis where he is with the Fisher-Memphis Air- Division.-'. ' . • '-4 Calvary Baptists Meet Eleven members of the Y. W. A. of Calvary .Baptist Church met last, night at the Red . Crou surgical room to,roll bandages in place of their regular meeting-. Present, nbo were two new members of the organization, Mta Evelyn Tomllnson and Miss Be.'sie Chism. ' Plans were nmde for Hie annual Christmas party, to be given this 5 r enr on Saturday night, Dec. 23. dcni.;' Mrs. Ebb CaiTo'n. third vice Thursday Contract Club meeting Mrs. Ted Kim;, record- with Mrs. H. W. Wyllo. , Mrs. \v. M. IVfcKenzte enlertain- Ing Octette club. Fortnightly Club meeting with Mrs. S. P. Martin. • • .Thursday Luncheon Club meeting with Mrs. Byron Morse. Club 28 having dance at American Legion Hut. FRIDAY jMl's., J. D. Smith entertaining C. B. C.iCUib for luncheon, 1 p.m. ' Mrs. Claude Stewart entertalniiiK initial'Club. .. W j Mrs. ,li>nn Brillhiirt entertaining G.M.B, Club. Mrs. Mitchell Ynlcs entertaining Friday Rummy Club. 'flic Rev. and MrsA R. s. Baird . Hires, publicity ''-chairman. Methodjst s Have Meeting Members of .the Woman's Society of Christian Servio'e^.of Lake Direct. Methodist Church 'met yesterday afternoon at the church wilfi Mrs. liilly King as pro];i-iini leader. Mr.i King an<l sir.V 1 Ivcrson .Morris sang a duel, n'ccompanlcd on 110 aJ ' and Mrs. King, led In prayer: . Tliosc assisting on the program were Mrs. Joe Strickland, Mrs. and Mrs. Itadgcrs. who ^^^ ^ "°'" :n "°" sc " « .the study course on the ' mc ' "3-1 "oils', from B (o book. "Unfolding Drama in South- I Mrs. W. L. Green was in charge of the routine business mcntini; 10 o'clock, for members and friends of First Christian Church. meeting were discussed' Members .were dismissed with when plans lor the dinner to be prayer by Mr.s. Bciilnli Lloyd. served Thursday night at the meils Last Shipment of Hose Well Receive Before Xmas! ' ^:r-S:vrr^, •sAt< ,w ' , ,i -...; -.; :„, - •; % ^^'"-"^-.'-K^^ %-:':, '<-,:' ".!: ; ^^s-v X , '-../x'- > ^, % <t^t?,V.. -^ —Will Go On Sale Wednesday Morning Promptly of 8:30! Very Sheer 51 and 54 Guage AT CEILING PRICES (LIMIT ONE i'.VIH TO CtTSTOMKK) NYLON HOSE (In MESH HOSE (R.iyons) 1.95 pr. 1.18 to 1.32 Very Sheer Admiration 45 Guage RAYON HOSE 66c to 1.08 Other Sheer RAYON HOSE 81 c to 1.08 No Phone Orders, Please The Family Shoe Store ' 312 W. Main Phone 2312 Strollers- Loafers— Oxfords W «=t-<OV!»,A* IH M inns -2KHOESU »-« o & i m t=* >r -r p <*/ Jus^ Arrived—40 Dozen Pair 6f PAHTIES with -ELASTIC WAISTBAND . . . Also One Lot of XXX Oversize Panties With ALL-ELASTIC WAISTBAND. —These Are Good Quality— Do Your Christmas Shopping At ZIUS Better Gifts And Toys "We Prepared For Your Christmas!" Superintendent To Visit Churches In Blythcvillc The Rev. J. Albert Oatiin, district superintendent of the Jonesboro District Methodist Church, will vis- It First Methodist Church In Blythc- vlllo on next Monday and Lake Street Methodist Church on the following day on his first round of quarterly conferences announced today. Other visits scheduled by the Rev. Mr. Oatlln for this territory include n visit to Monelte on Dee. 20, Dyess on Dec. 21, Manila, Dee. 24, Gosnell, Half Moon, Jan. 7, and Joiner on Jan, 14. Two Young Women Begin Training With Airline Miss Reda J. white and Miss Martha Flliinauricc, both of whom recently became connected with' the American Alrilnes.-hnve begun their actual training to become stewardesses, having laken their first flights last week In Los' Angeles, , Both Miss White and-Miss Fitz- maurfce are registered nurses. Miss White is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Allrod of Osceola, and Miss FItzmauvlce is (he daughter ofW. J. Filzniaurice of Tyler, Mo. Meetings A stated meeting and election of officers will be held by the Order of the Eastern star tonight, 8 o'clock, at the hall. Head Colds He-ad colds can cause much suiletlng. Don't sulTer needlessly. Just put a little Va-tro-nol up each nostril.Relieves sneezy, stuffy distress. Also helps prevent many colds from developing If used In time I Try H. Follow directions In folder. Works fine 1 VICKS VA-THO-NOL MARGARETS BEAUTY SrfOP 101 S. 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