The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 15, 1944 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, December 15, 1944
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PAGE TWO , HLYTHEV1LLE COUJUEll NEWS FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 194-1 Miss Smith* Is Bride Of Coip. Fred'D. Wade Supper Club Entertained Mrs. and Mrs. Aubrey Coiuvny -...- ._- ........ with u The marriage of Miss Ellribeth Clipper' P«'V at 'heir home when Ritohia Emith of B)' S viMe " lc!r Buests included members of KKcme. amim, 01 i« vine, thc Suppcr c)ub flnd (hrco a(((U _ 'ional guests, Mrs, Cecil Shane,! Mrs. M. O. Usrey nnd Mrs. Walter daughter of Mr and ^ Monroe ' Smith -, of;'Aberd< Jo. Con). Fred-Dyer Wade Oi Pope of Washington, D. C., hoiise- IhcMlle and Camp Crowdcr, Mo., »'°P<| <" wasnmgcon, u. u., nous was solemnized jesterdav after- euest of Mr and Mrs. J. A. Leech. v _ .. — ...._.,_•' .. t ^ _ ^ ,t^ Thp pnntprn \t>r*r> Trvr Mio rf nn noon, 5 30 o'clock, at the home of . . . . for the dinner Club, Guests Entertained Mrs. 'James K. Bell and Mrs. Harry Kirby played bridge with 'members 'of the Thursday Luncheon Club yesterday afternoon when Mrs. Byron Morse entertained at her home. A two course luncheon was served nt small tables arranged In the living room, whore bridge later was Weds Soldier the'lridegrOQrt's parents, Mr. and l " b 'f ms . fanned of n sliver bowl of : *•_ _.».__>'. \vhltc chrysanthemums, reflected I Mrs Robert L. Wflde S-The double ring ceremony was j»|emnicd by the Rev. Hoyt Jernt- gSh, pnslor of calvary Baptist. Church,: In 'the presence dJ a small group of relatives and most intl- ftjate friends. £,An improvised altar wns nr- rahged in .the archway" between the living room and reception hall with gjl floor 'baskets, of -picardy gladioli flanked, with tapers'- in- wrought non candelabra' ">Tne tspers'wcre lighted by Mrs. K E Berry <Jr, -and Mrs Robert frade Jr / The bride ^wore a, two piece suit of- gold nool.wllh a Uny blaii. EC- trimmed hat and black in the light .of red and white ChrlstirinS'candles, while the multicolored glow of .the largo'.Christ- inns tree on the porch shono softly through the windows. Holiday greeting cards wore used to mnrk the places of the guests nt the table. In the bridge games plnyed during the "evening, high score prizes were won by.Mis. D. A. Lynch rind C. A. Cunningham. Visilor. Is Complimented . Airs. Walter Pope of Washington, D. C., liousogucst of Mr. .and Mrs. J. A. Leech, was. n guest of Mrs. Mil" Herother''accessorlerwere'"of i Harry W. Halnes yesterday togeth- block and she *ore a shoulder cor- er wlth niembers of the Mld-Wcck sage of while carnations I Club, of which Mrs.-Pope was a '"Mrs B J Allen Jr, who served member during her residence' liere f| matron of honor, wore a suit of ' lrlor .'° "'ovliig to 'Washington, soldier blue wool wiUi a corsage of i A,lighted Christmas .tree.featured 'American Beauty rosebuds. ' the decorations of tho. Halnes home, ^ "Hubert Wade sened his broth- while n miniature holiday centcr- pfas best man Piece Hanked with tall red tapers' ~ Jinmediatplj following the cere- was used on the dining table where "monv, Mr and Mre. Wade enter-. the bultet luncheon was served, tallied with a. wedding dinner • During the nftenioon, bilctec wns' £ V A centerpiece for the dining table played with Mrs. B.. A. Lynch re- Uss formed of a spray of pink nnd ceivliig high score prize. Mrs. Halnes jVhite carnations flanked with bri- also presented Mrs. Pope with , a da) white Uipers burning In silver corsage. Candelabra mhile a three tiered' • • • wedding cake topped with a mlnla- iure soldier end his bride Has arranged on the buffet Vases of yellow pompom chrysanthemums were 10' old yesterday, ins parents, used throughout.the house. ' Mr. nn<| Mrs. C'. E. Glllenwater Later in the evening Corporal' entertained 24 of his young friends Wade nnd his bride left for a brief last night with a birthday party at (i n/Jfllnni *».T_. t „ \f „*..!_ l_ >*_ _ i,. . .. . f -J"» Pr,^ w ' I any Because Tommy, Gillenwnler was ' ' \\eddinc; trip to Memphis before go- jng to Camp crowder to make their home wliile he Is stationed there. Dessert Bridge Is Given i Mrs Willard H Pease "and Mrs. their home on East Main Street. After the gifts had been opened, games -were played and each of the children was presented with candy - suckers and i\ Christmas horn for merrymaking. •A Ini-Re white birthday cafcc 'Charles .Blither ^entertained with^a ™ter£'?«?'H^iSl^ T S° -™ brictee-last.night at the Home .^ft^fc s e e"f pSS ' wto^g^JZS^oSSSj.-" 1 n " ls ""•°" sl '°» l th < Club and a number of other guests. •. ... The holiday season was emplin- M,.,, M V ' F . i • sized in the decorations ot the house !ms - 'VlCrVenZie Lntertams S!!" 1 ^^. 0 ^^.. 18 " 1 ^ «•*>: .Mfc, W. M. J^rcKonzie, entertain— ^— *•• '""b 1 -" llt g intjmu w^bu^L-Zd^^rT -.£ h r £'^±rM buds, while the large table in the other-miMls" Mr* r- n w » sHrs^"" 1 ^^^^^ • A dessert course was served before Aw 1 " lcIlconEel y c< ' ft t the dining Abridge was played High score prtai ' centered with a Chrislmns swas won by Miss Jane Bran-wn and Sp ^', ' Jsecond high by Mrs Robert Porter ,,^ 8 !i, SC °i? pr \ zc was • w <"» b i' 'both of ^hom *ere presented with'- „'''' ? ™ m ™< wld sccoml w « h b > T ^defense stamps Mrs. J. o. Ellis. Included among thc me'.t- -were ^3>«K!&<*«>»«*w<5>®»««®«<H>«»»»* t two from Gut-of-town, M- ""irter- 'of Dearborn, Mich, and Mr. Jinn[ \Heath ot Port Surnner, N M Chiistmas Party Given Mrs M Emde was hostess last Anight at the annual Christmas party foi supervisors and office employees ,.of Rice-StL\ Company, entertaining her home at lOOo West Ash. j- A lighted Christmas tree and ^blooming poiusettia plants decornt- !,ed the home, and n buffet dinner 'was served,the 15 .emplojees and •one guest, Miss Ethel Emdc, who at- ;tendcd the informal affair , Following, dinner, gifts were ex- .changed among the guests and thc ;evening was spent in informal entertainment. „ I- score prize was won by Mrs Russell Phillips and second high by Mrs. Kirby. • > » S. S. Class Has Party Thirteen niembers of the two womcns classes at Baptist Chapel were present last night- when Mrs. I Herman Wnlpole entertained with n Christmas party at her home. i After « wcliier roast had been held,- Mrs. wnlpolc, class icoclicr, presided over ti brief business session, and later a Christmas party was held with gifts exchanged from tliu , lighted Christmas tree and games in keeping with the holiday weapon were played. • * • Bunco Club Entertained Red Radiance rows decornled the entertaining rooms last night when Mrs, John lirillhart was hostess to of the d.N.B. Club nt her their weekly bunco par- Bunco |irl7fi wns won by .Mrs. J. P. Nole;i, high score ny Mrs. Norvel Humphry nn<| low by Mrs, J c, Swiggnrt. ' • ( . The hostess served fruit cake nnd eggnog. ' ,- " * • • Landes Have Daughlcr Mr. nnd Mrs. Martin Lnndc of Palo Alto,. Calif., announce the birth of a daugliter Nov. 25 nt the Palo Allo -Hospital. Tlio babv has been named Santlrn Ann. Mr. ijinrte Is a seaman with tho Navy stationed there, mid Mrs Lando is the former Miss Nina Wright, of Blythevllle. Girt Scout News Girls of Central .Ward Troop 12 ivere.entertained Tuesday nftenwon nl n 'Christmas party and Investiture service at First Methodist Church when Mrs. Earl Buckley troop .lender, and Miss Virginia Nunn, assistant leader, were hostesses. . r I Those girls who -have finished requirements to become n tenderfoot scout and took part'In the in-, vcstllurc were Carol Ann Bniley Sally Tricsclumn, Ann Gntcns' Sooliln Ann Bright, Donna - Sue Gore, Betsy Bell, Jane Wilson Rosemary Monaghan, Mnrv Fnye Wren, Joettn Schuhnrt, Drnhe, Nlfji Mrs. Leo nanlcl is the former Miss Evelyn Hopkins, daughter of Mia. MiHlic Hopkins'. Her marriage to Private First Class Daniel of niylhcvllle Army Air Field was r>?lcmn(zed Inst Sunday at First Assembly of God Church. , r Bits of News Mostly Personal Mrs. Robert L. Porter and infant son, Robert Jr., were removed ;last night to-their home at 201 West Cherry from Blythcville .Army All- Field Hospital. Lieut. Arno Haberkorn arrived this week after elfht months overseas service with the Army Air Forces, to Join Mrs. Haberkorn, wb has been making her home here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Baxter while her husband was. on foreign duty. They plan to leave Tuesday for Baltimore, Md., lor a visit with his parents before' going Jolnifon, Ocraldtnc Coffman, Ruth Hale and Elizabeth Ann McMahan": Following this service a. Christmas party was held nnd pre.senia were exchanged from the lighted Christmas treu. Games,: stories and the singing of the traditional holidny enrols entertained the children for several hours before refreshments of sandwiches arid hot chocolate were served. :o Miami, Flu., where ho will enter a rest' camp before being reassigned. Lieut. •.()•£<> Howard Moore .arrived this afternoon nfter several months overseas duty with the Navy, for a visit with his parents. Dr. and Mra. L., III! Moore. Mrs. Howard Moore and'daughter, Mary Ann, o/ Port Pierce, Fla., will arrive tomorrow morning, as will Miss Mary Helen Moore, n student at University of-(Arkansas, Payettcvlllc, who, will £perid the holidays here with her parents. Mrs. Robert Porter will go to Memphis tomorrow to Join Captain Porter, who.Is arriving there from Detroit, Micli., nnd. will accompany him to Win'fleld, Ala., for a visit of several days' there with his parents. They plan to return here some time next week to be the guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs, B. A. Lynch. Mrs. Myrtle Rylee returned this morning from Memphis where she spent a week as the guest of her daughter, Miss Dorothy Rylce. .'.Miss Mary Outlaw will leave tomorrow morning for Rector, Ark., where she will spend the Christmas holidays with her mother mid other relatives, Mrs. C. A. Cunningham left this morning for Trenton, Tenn., to spend several days with her mother, who has been quite ill. . John White and Berry Allen, students at Ktiinpcr Military School; ~ ndvllle,' Mo.,- .arrived today to spend the Christitins holidays here with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. 'Floyd A. White and Mr. nnd Mrs' B. J. Allen. Luxora Society—Persoitai At THe Hospitals Blytheville Hospital • Dismissed: Nancy Richards,, city. ' Walls Hospital Admitted: ; Shlrlby ; Jean Davis, Steele, Mo. I Born to Mr. and Mrs. W. F. [Ashley, Stcele, Mo, a daughter last 'night. Dismissed: • V. M. Briitnln,, Rt. 2, city. Memphis St. Joseph's Hospital Admitted: May Hendrlx, Wilson. Luxor a Man Wounded Wounded while fighting in the Philippines, Pfc. Lnyrnbn Bynum is getting along "fine" lie has Informed his: mother, Mrs. Mnttie.Bynum Route l,:Luxora. Details of his Injury were not disclosed. HOLDS LUNCHEON MEETING Mrs. E. R. Bogah and Mrs. Sam Coates .were, co-hostesses: .at- a luncheon-meeting for.'the' members of the Woman's ; 8ocle'ty of Chris- Han Service' Tuesday at one o'clock at the Bogan'home carrying decorations /heralding .the approaching Christmas' season, j, "•",-;. •'; A three-course' turkey luncheon was served ' the guests seated nt snmll tables .'place'd.'lh'the^llvlng nnd dining rooms. -Mrs. ,U, C. Harnett, of Uttle Hoik,;.was - a visitor. Mrs. W. E. Hand,'-president, called, the meeting to order-with prayer led by Mrs R W Thomas The cle\otional wns read by Mrs Head, and Mrs E L Bowles, related the story of "The"-Nativity". A.feature nt the close of the meeting -was 'trie exchnnge of gifts from , a lighted Christmas tree. WESI EVAN, SERVICE GUILD Mis Thomas Dalq yrllklns and Mis T6m pa!!l$ iyere co-tyoslesses lo ( the Wesleyau Service Guild at )i|ie Wilklns home on Tuesday evc- • nlng Sixteen members -were present Opening the iriee.ting was the de\ollonal gi\ori by Miss, ch'nst'ne Culvert nnd (ha meditation by Miss Funlce Shinn .prayer by Mrs Wllklns , Mis Grant Collar was program leader on 'Guild 'Projects' Discussion of the Centers where these projects arc carried on wns made by Mrs Tom Callls nnd Mrs Lan Willinms * 4 * :BIRTHD4Yc.rXRTY HELD Beth Butler, five year old daughter of vr and Mrs Reuel W But ler, celebrated the occasion Saturday afternoon at her home by having 16 of her friends spend the afternoon with her A large lighted Santo Clatis, standing beneath a gaily decorated and H"hted Christmas tree, v lent an atmosphere of excitement throughout the afternoons games Favors of colorful decorated ' Gingerbread Man' were given the little guests upon their leaving for home Blowing the candles'out on the birthday-eAke was repeated'many time's uter cake and ice creaw was served , year old, shared his birthday cake With the members of his Sunday School class and teachers, Mrs, S. J. Smith and Mrs. Byron O. Wll- klns, at thc Sunday School hour on Sunday. • * * STuhENTS ARRIVING-HOME' College nnd • University • students arriving home this week for the Christmas holidays arc: Miss DItsy Slllman-, Mnrloh College, Marlon, Va. Miss Mary'Clay Boweri, University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa; 'iiiss' Frances Liverant, Ward-Belmont, Nashville, Tenn.; MLss Frances nml 'Miss Pntrida Danehower, St. Cecilia Academy, Nashville; Miss Billy Lnngston, University ot Arkansas, Pnyettevllle. Mrs. R. J. Gilllspie Sr.', will Icnve Friday for St. Joseph, La., to spend the holidays with her daughter,'Mrs. H. C. Davidson, and family, ' - * * * - ' West Markham entered , the Vet-' ernn'^ ;'f ispltal, Memphis, Saturday. i Mr.- Markham received an honorable discharge from the Army a jeif ago for physical disability, nf- • ter having spent eight months In I Alaska and Canada on' the Alcnn 1 Highway, •'., '• , ,.• , Mr. Afarkhnm' received word .Just I before leaving for the '•Ijospttal'thnl ills nejihew, -Pfc.' Jaiiies.Marfcam, 'a former Luxora ' boy.'-hhs'.'been wounded nnd Is now iiv'a hospi'ta'l' in Fnncc, according to n Government notification' to, James' mother-,- bi Bi,ii?g city.. Mo. James writeshome- rolks that he "got a, German for all the family'before one got him." CourlP.! nrwt wfctir md^ 5*«e/e Soldier Killed In Battle For Europe Tech. Sergt. Sidney E. Dorr has been killed in the European thea- tet of operations, it lias been an- iounce'd by the War Department He was (lie husband or Mrs. Elsie Dorr, Steelc, Mo. Jr,; another five MS. NIES & NJES OSrfOPATK.'C PHYSICIANS Rectal Diseases a Specialty (EXCEPT CANCER) OFFICE HOURS! 8:00-12:00 and 1:30-5:00 ,Clinicr51'J Main Blythevllle, Ark. Phoiie 2921 How To Relieve ironchitis ' Creomulslon relieves promptly be- ,w.use tt;gocs: right'to the seat of the .trouble to help loosen and expel , '.germ laden phlegm, and aid nature ;.to soothe and heal raw, tender, in- ,<fiaraed bronchial mucous mem- '• Tell your druggist lo sell you n bottle of Creomulslon with the un: derstanding you must like the way It fiuiesly allays the cough or you are .to have your moriey back. i CREOMULSION forCouiiln.Cfcest CoWs, Bronchitis rnne finest CKriVmu gifts'of all J- ato tlio gifla llul keep on giving—Victor Ifcconfs! Como in lo- day — mat« ^our Eclcction carlyl JFarc Arc a Few Choice Selection! HARDAWAY APPLIANCE COMPANY 208 West Main SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS. properly fcUgned, m remembered always. Our dowers *n> M- TOys fresh, u4 HI wort ta guaranteed to please. Let our eipert feslgnen help you with your floral needs FLOWER SHOP F.TJJ. Mn. J. H. (MM) WUUana, ownw GJencoe Kit. TOYS CHRISTMAS Moke Your Selections Now— USE OUR LAY AW AY PLAN KUBBARD HARDWARE CO. "25 Years' Continuous Service" We are in business to help you ninke money, save money, protect your money, transfer money to olliers .safely nncl conveniently, .-me) in many ways to conduct your financial affairs in an orderly, economical ami efficient nuiiincr. We invite yon to use. ALL of our services ton-arc! this cud. The First National Bank The Only National Bank in Mississippi County Cf. PoHxtei Ca»i/t<i;ak<»i . . • >?\^^y:. f\ ^' J ^cauli7ol flovettd fcox, wirli id loff-oi-miif ! ' J ' ^s/\ peilunwd rfuiling powrftr and I<nlin 3 cologne &&y^ j ««""«""'" "Swtfl utuoxr "ItOPtCJkl WIGHT .. 5pfty and infri'gui^fl «?J ?'*i 5i ( •(< ««<t »j ) •i»l oio"WUSI- on pour Grtl LiiP. 1 ANTIQUES ;^Marble-top iahles-Sidc Chairs-Bric-a-brac Brasses, and Gift Suitable For All Occasions. LAMP,POST ANTIQUE SHOP H W y. 61 South Phone tw Fritzius' Daily GIFT SUGGESTIONS BUY bcnutifally tailored -.hcer BLACK CHIFFON GOWNS. Generously cat Trimmed with dainty black lace. Tailored high bodice A real ?10 value- for only ' Swanky imkle-lenglh HODS* COATS. Solid dark blues and wines, or teaulifally (lowered, extra hc.lvy jcrscjs and crepes. Fully flared skirts. Only 3 /4 Inch White Elostic - -!- 2 Feet 15c OPFN TIL 9 P.M. UNTIL CHRISTMAS FRITZIUS Better Gifts And Toys "We Prepared For Your Christmas!" Miss Whiisiti's Shop "Sro What's New At WhllslliV ll r;X7 %*. -, Our Pharmacists know that personal responsibility plus utmost care equals an accurately filled prescription. That's why you caa depend on him with confidence. M 'Your Registered Pliarincitist KIRBY BROS. DRUG STORES Main & Second—Main & Division—Main & Broadway V QuieWy Relieves Distress of A .•little Va-tro-nol up carfi nostril effectively and promptly, relieves distress of head colds- makes breathing easier . . also helps prevent' many colds from developing If used In time. Try it! You'll IlkeitiPol- low directions in folder VICKSVATRONOL Worjd -~sWs minf ha of smatf /* turn nod always v/ilh a' j^ capattty for dirty , , , > ' • " •/ Buy quality (Aingj— Jand takt gmd care of Otea ^ Safe Ot Pins To Aid tuberculosis Work /Tomorrow ts National Bangle Day, sponsored by the National Tuberculosis Association when the tiny, double barred cresses, mounted origins, will be sold on the streets throughout the nation for the Association. ..Thirty alrls, all junior high school students, will sell these tiny pins on thc streets of Blythe- vlll? tomorrow, it was announced t •' by Mrs. C. G. Redman, ex—_..we tecj-etary of the Mississippi Qifyhty Tuberculosis Association, WO otto MONARCH ft.-?:!=:- all Jiist M mn Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 . Shon- Starts 2:00 • LISTEN TO KLCN 9:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. -1:30 p.m. Last Time Today Greenwich Villag e with Don Ameche and .Carmen Mirarida Paramount News Selected Shorts PATENT PUMP . As llltislrated .JuirvfARsrAMrjANOKJNw '- -% vs^>VSsv^v'^| .1UST RECEIVED Hare-leg, Seamless HOSIERY 400 Thread //Ctax Very Sheer QO W Saturday Oh, Susanna Kith Gent Autry •& , Smiley Burnett erlal: 'IBlack Arrow 7" and Short "on..Showing Sat'day 1:00 to 11:30 Sunday and Slonday Wing and a Prayer I>on, Amcelie and Dana Andrews "aramount News and Selected Short - Subject ioritinnnus Showing Sun. 1:15 to 11 . Matinees Sat. & Sun Only Opens each night 6:43; starts T ..Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows ami Su:i. Bargain N'ight Every Night Except • , - Saturday. No passes honored on Sunday at the Iloxy. i j Last Time Today Double Feature Gambler's Choice with Chester Morris and Nancy Kelly and Busses Roar with Richard Travis and Julie Rishop Saturday Stagecoach to Monterey with Allen Lane nnrt I'egsy Stewart Serial^ "Raiders of Ghost City" 10 and Short Con. Showing- Sat'd.iy 1:00 to H:30 Sanday & Monday The Sky's the Limit Kith Fred Astairc and Joan Leslie Fox News and Selected ShoH Continuous Showing Sun, 1:15 (o a

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