The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 20, 1944 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, December 20, 1944
Page 2
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, CAGE TWO COUKJKK NKWS .Miss Elizabeth Brantley /'Weds Stevens N. Johns Bridge Luncheon Given ' 'Miss Elizabeth ''ihevllle, • daughter ol ft '' Braritley Sr.; and the * Drarvliey of Sandersvllle, G-- , . >- ;/ ranie'the bride of Stevens N. Johns, "petty officer 1-c In the Navy, !n a quiet ' ceremony performed last vntght, -Ti30 o'clock, In Osceoln. The Rev. L. T. Lawrence, pastor • 'of ' Osceola Wesbytertan Church, readi.thq single ring ceremony at liis home. The bride wore a two pleoe suit of pastel bltio wool with black accessories. • .'• .Mr. Johns and his brWe left today v for a wedding trip, to Memphis (iefpre returning litre for a visit before. lie reports, to Brown's Field, Calif., for reassignment-, and where Mrs. Johns will Join him later. v. Jfrs. /Johns \m graduated from Sandersville High School and lias made her home here with her sls- ' "fi>r ; iji-Iawv Mrs.': Roy R. ^runtley .i Jr., for the'past; four months while -'employed -at Blylhcvillc Army Air Field. . • -Mr. Johns,- the son of the late Mr. .and Mrs., : N. Johns, wns graduated from Blylhevlllc High School and has been iii service for the past four years. He recently returned'- from 14 months ' active duty In. the Pacific war zone. :•-••»'.•• Glub Members Entertained La Neuve Club members were eomrllineiitert last night when •Stephen' Thurston entertained the group at the home of her parents, Mr. end Mrs. R. M. Beck. Mrs. Thurston has often played bridge _wlth club members since her reliirn r^jsevqral weeks' ago to be with her ._:parents while her husband Is on ov- — -crseas'duty.' High score prize for the evening's brittee games was awarded Mrs. Melvin Halsell and second high went to Mrs. William Q. Boyd. . The hostess -icrved a de&sert , course. " • • • •;rWestbro6ks Entertain -iMr. and Mrs.- James T. Westbrook liiiertained with' a Christmas din- Tier "pnrty last night at their home •ccmi'limenting , .. employees of the -Family .shoe Store. • A buffet dinner was -served from the dinln? table covered with hand crocheted ' cloth posed ove Mrs. Jesse Tnylor entertained wilh a luncheon party yesterday Bftt-rnoon at her home for members of the Tuesday Bridge Club. The dining table where the eight euests were seated tar the two course luncheon, was centered with an arrangement of greenery and eel Christmas candles, while a IghteU Christmas tree piled round with gaily wrapped gifts waj n, 'eature of the decorations of the ivlne room. Bridge wns played during the afternoon wilh high score prize won by Mrs. Dixie Crawford nnd ••econd high by Mrs. Charles digger Jr., nnd Inter the members exchanged gifts from the tree. * » • Miss Dons Ann Smith Is Bride Of Texas Man OSCEOLA, Ark., Dec. 20—The Rev. and Mrs. E. T. Smith announce the marriage of their laughter, Miss Doris Ann Smith, o Lieut. J. H. Rogers of Houston, Texas. The wedding was solemnized In Fort Smith, Ark., Saturday night, Dec. 9, with Dr. J. w. Hickman, pastor of First Presbyterian Church, jfficintlug In his slmly. The bride wore n suit of winter while with a. violet hat nnd n corsage of red rosebuds. Mrs. H. T. Smith of Fort Smith, sltler-ln-law of the bride, served as matron of honor, wearing a dress of black crepe with a red rosebud corsage. Lieutenant Smith of Fort Smith, the bride's brother, served as best man. An informal reception at the Officers Club at Camp Chaffee followed Die ceremony, Mrs. Rogers was graduated last spring Osceola High School. Lieutenant Rogers, the sou nl the Rev. O. K. Rogers of Plalnvicw, Texas, Is n graduate of Ihe University of Texas and received his r-ornmlfiilon n year ago In Port 6111, Okln. For the present .Lieutenant ami Mrs. Rogers are making their home In Port Smith while he Is tlatloned nt Cnmp Chnffcc. Bits of News Mostly Personal Enrl \Vnlkcr left Simdny for Sun and Occnnsldc, Cnllf., where IIP l>lnns lo .spend three weeks wltli Ills niece, Mrs, J. W. Dloincyor and family, nnd liis son, Enrl M. Walker, soiimnn 1-c In the Navy, who is stu- lloncd nt Ocennslde. Mrs. Piskc Miles Jr., loft yeslcr- dny afternoon for Memphis where she took n plnno to Snn Francisco, CrUlf., to meet her hmbaiul. Lieu- tonnnt (J.K.) Miles, wlio has just arrived in the United States nfler nmny months of foreign duly In Ihe Pjinlflc (riven. Mrs. Prcd Rutherford Is reciipcT- nflng .froiti a throat Infection at her hornu:bn Bast Main Street, Horljcj't S\ycarlngcn Jr., a student nt university of Arkansas, Payetle- vlllc,' hns arrived to spend the holl- dnj'K here will] 1)L> jwrcnts, Mr. mid Mrs. H. N. Sweni'liincn and family. Miss Margaret Crook nnd Miss Nancy McOIll, Uolh of whom are attendlne University ot Mississippi nt Oxford, arrived home today to spent! the holidays with their parents, Mrs. J. E. Crook and family, nnd Mr. and Mrs. J. D. McOIll. Mrs. Maurice Goldberg of New York arrived yesterday for n two- weeks' visit kith her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Smith. Lieut. Joseph William McHancy, who hns been stationed nt Viclor- vlllc, Calif., Is spending a brief leave here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John C. McHaney, before reporting Dec. 27 to l.cmmore, Calif. Jerry Berry, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kendnll Berry, Is 111 nt his home on Enst Mnln Street. ^frs. Ne)lo Jnrrcll of Elwood, Intl., win arrive Saturday lo spend the holidays with her sister, Mrs. C. E. TtawVIns and Mr. Hawkins. AHfs Julia E. Hyde of St. Louis will nrrive tomorrow lo be the holiday guest of her sister, Mrs. noy Wnlfcr nmi Mr. Walton. Mrs. Thurmond Orny arrived.this morning from Port .Myers, Fla.. where she is making her home while her husband Js stationed there, to spend the Christmas holidays will) Mr. and Mm. H. Gray nnd other relatives. Divnlne Graham, ton of Mr. and Mrs. H, E. Graham, Is 111 with mumps at his home on Jnmieson Street. At The Hospitals Illythcvllle Ho»pl(al Admitted: , Horn to Mr. nnd Mrs, Calvin Conlcy, city, n daughter yesterday Bom to Mr. and Mrs. Ted Mer- ml, city, a son this morning Walls Hospital Admitted: Mrs. O. o. Hudson Sr,, city. Claude Archer, Holland, Mo. ' I. G. Mnnley, Canilhor.ivllle, Mo' Teddy Whltworth. city, .'csiiO Uunn, Dccrlng, Mo. ' Sinllli lirnckln Jr., city. Jiilin Allen, Slecle, Mo Dismissed: Carl. Lee Porter, Osceoln. Memiilds Huptlst Ugspltal Admitted: Allen, Osccola. A special mcelinq of Chtcknsn\v- ba Lodge'No. Wl, P. & A.M. will be held tomorrow night, 7:30 o'clock, red, .and centered . : with a Yuletldc ' B . 1 f!lc Mnsonlc Hall. The Fellow- nrrangement of greenery and red c i ft ft Decree will be conferred, it ealitltbs. -Small tables arranged In wns aivnounced by Dewcy Gentry, .jhe living; room were covered with worshlplul master. ., cut-work clothes and each was cen- l.,!«rSft.;.AY}th .a.. miniature. Christmas candle . surrounded with a tiny mound ol red berries and greenery, i Following dinner,- glfls were exchanged from the' lighted Christ- ' mas tree and Oie -guests presented Mr. Westbrboir.wlth' a'smoiicf set. V '.." ': .f" '•'.•'''• • '...'• '-•;•'. .'•'• ' Ghristmas.Party Given Mr. and Mrs. J, D, Smith nnler- tained members of thp Pnst Ma. trons and .Past Patrons r;c!) nnd members of .the Order o f l'. T : -;- em star with n' Chrlitn^ns mrty last "night at, their, home which was t-'aily ;, decorated >-iu Uie holiday theiiie.- !•'<-.-,>« v - "•••'' . Rook^^iis "played during the evening, with prizes von by Mrs. Ralph Berrymnn anfl Gus Eberdt. Following a' very brief business session presided over by Mrs. Mat, tie Eberdt, gifts were exchanged . from' the Christmas tree, and re- I freshments of cake and colfee were f served.- ,,..,. [ . Mrs. Maurice Goldberg of New i York, homegiiesls of her Brents, i Mr. and Mrs. Smith, was nji 0 «t- r of-town giiest. New Eastern Star Off idols To Be Installed Mrs. Mnbcl crlttcnden will serve ns worthy matron ol the Order of the Eastern Slav, and will be in- slnlled, together with' pfher new officers, fit joint Installation services with the Masons on next Wednesday night at the hall. Other officers to be Installed for the O. ti. s. include Gus Eberdt, worth palron; Mrs. Tnte Cookston, associate matron; J. D. Cobb, as- toclnte patron; Mrs. Adls Sylvester, secretary; Mrs. Mattlc Eberdt] treasurer; Mrs. Mildred Bcrryman, conductress; Mrs. Marie Holthoff, . associate conductress. I Five filar foInU: Mrs,. Edna Cobb, Adah; Mrs. Edm Joyce Gaines Ruth; Mrs. Lillian Alforri, Efethci;; Mrs. Lottie Smith, Martha; Mrs: Minerva Eutanfcs, Hecta; Mrs. Willie Mae Alkln, organist; Miss Cora Lee Coleman, chaplain; Mrs. Love; B. Adaiia, marshal; Homer Taylor, warder; Raleigh Sylvester, sentinel. Konile Dean Cucsta, above, of Tnmp.i, Florida's Tangerine: Queen, tfave New Yorkers a look .it lier brunet bcauly and her Male's tanscriiies recently when she arrived on a Good Will Tour sponsored by Winter Haven, Fla., Junior Chamber of Commerce. Coming Events , THURSDAY Ocletlc Luncheon club meeting with Mrs. Marvin Ntmri. Miss Mildred Lou Hubbard entertaining Thursday Night Bridge Ciub, FRIDAY Mrs. Paul Byrum entertaining C. B. C. Club at luncheon. ANTIQUES Marble-top tables—Side Cli.iirs—ISrie-a-brac Brasses, and Gifts Suitable For All Occasions. LAMP POST ANTIQUE SHOP . ; Hwy. 61 South Phone 2798 Chest Colds ) To Relieve Misery CIVILIAN NEIEDs DUO-THERM 'Chuck!^' Kai lto;ul I'osls CHEYENNE, VVyo. (UP)—Woort- cbucta, known more commonly In Wyoming us Rock Chucks, have a prttty voracious appetite, according lo Slate Highway Supt. J. R. Bromley. The "chucks" hare been eating sodium fluoride, ursenium bliurbonate, sodium arsenatc, di-' nltrnphcnol and Rum arable, all of wlilch are used to treat road re- | Ile:tor jiosts In northern Wyo-1 ui[:ig's Big Horn mounlains. Th ts are treated with the ciicini- fe as a preservative. WUDNESDAY, UKCEMBIJK 20, 1'J-li Lemon Juice Recipe Checks Rheumatic Pain Quickly People Are at the fine selection of toys and gift goods still to be• found at . . . but hurry—we are getting shprt on many attractive items HERE'S ANOTHER SURPRISED For the balance of this week you may buy a FULL CASE OF COCA GOLA for Christmas. Come early anpj.'pvoid the fast minute rush- brings bottles if possible. OPfAf TIL 9 P.M. UNTIL CHRISTMAS FRITZ I US Better Gifts And Toys "Wo Prepared For Your Christmas!" AUTOMATIC FUEL OIL WATER HEATER • SHIS lutl—bt. CIUIC It huts KI- ter Inter, more efficiently. Stves moat? — provide] impll hot iriter for the ivcttgc limlly tor lci> Chin 4e i rfiy. &IIM rorjt— jivcj automatic tum^f- the.tip coovcc- lence. Hi fis or elecltii tcaaec- fl'OBi uquhni ' dependjbt, Du»- heiltr now l a u« HARDAWAY Appliance Co. * Christmas Potted Plants •fr Laurel Roping * Wreaths* Orchids — Corsages of all kinds "fc Cut Flowers £ Vases — Glassware — Figurines Flowers bring a note of cheer that seems to magnify the holiday spirit. So, for more happiness at Christmastime, give flowers, * * NOW Is The Time To Place Telegraph Orders! Hotel Glencoe Bldg, Member F.T.D. Phone 491—Mights 2747 Gay Rayon Jersey Prints Black with brilliant trim Loyel Y llnes > n bright colors You'll love them—everybody will love yon in them. So many styles from high 01- low necks to draped or gored skirts. Thoughtfully designed to flatter your figure and put you at your best for all festive occasions. 12-20. \ It you euflcf from rheumatic. aitlirliU r>: ourftla [>*|D, try eiil* simple Iti<-xj>cnslvu tmtue oHjK" thm ihcmaauita are Ulni;. ua u \>-^. no ol Hu-F.x t;otu pound, u iwn-wiiL auj>jjy lh) 1 . MK It urilii a quart of wain. a<M \\ M lct ot 1 lc]i!i>ii». U'a c:'*>. No tiv.uLilo &t II ami [Acssaiit. Vnii ncf,i only .'( latlrt^KWu- i wo Uun:a a day. Oftfu vlllilu IS Itourj L-U'limoo ovcrtiVilit — siitrrttHtl nvftlts un- ffiriJ. t( (ho ji:iltis du not £|iilt-fc!v fea\c I [ you (Jo not (r-i ] tt-1 tt t, r*-l u re in- uifty puckftKe ami HIM;* Mil ic«t you nciih- LB to try BB 11 13 eohl t>- jour druxnUt uiiji-r ti absolute KLouey-Mt-k iriursiiitf, llu-i:* 'uiuj-ounJ ij let (jilt 1 and mft/tuUit'Btiptl ly ifuy KruMicn and drui: sio:es cunuhire. DANCE Thursday — Friday — And Saturday Night* 9:30 to 1 O'Clock In the Beautiful Blue Room of the HOTEL NOBLE Admission 60c Incl. Tax. Continuous Shows Every Day Itox Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 6 a.m. 12145 p.m. 4:3t p.m. Last Time Today The Great Moment •ith Joel McCrea and Betty Field Selected Short Subjects ThiirsHav anrl-Friday - ' JEAN SUIllVAN-lUCIlE WATSON T8i'o,,c«3 *•<;, Erc'd . fr«^. . •""raasffiSIHgjSpJSS" ^BUY!^ Paramount News and Selected Short Subject Matinees Sal. £ Sun Only Opens each night G:I5; starts 7 Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. and Sun. Bargain Night Every Night Except Saturday. No passes honored on Sunday at the Koxy. Last Time Today Wrecking Crew wilh I!ich;vr(l Arlcn and Jean r.irkcr Selected Short Subjects Thursday and Friday V

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