The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 21, 1944 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, December 21, 1944
Page 5
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THURSDAY, l)KCKMHI<m 21, 19-1-1 RIA'THEVII.LR COURIER NEWS Local Girl Is Bride In Mississippi Ceremony Mr. nut! Mrs. S(iles of Yarbro lumoimco Ihe imu-ringe or their daughter, Miss Martha Juno Sliles, yt'mnan a-c in Ihe WAVES, to Clifford Burning, B.'IH. 3-c In the Navy, son of Mr. iiiiil Mrs. William I! Vines of Rysal. W. Vn. j Tlic wedding was solciiinlwd at t|!30 o'colcV: on tlic evenlni; of Dec •i. i" (he <;)!,i|icl ;it CHil/irorl Trahi- hifr Center. Giil(|)oii, Miss. Chaplain Paul C. Edgnr officiated, with music hy Die Training Outer choir. Tlic couple wns attc-ndcd by Miss Martha Anwllo Slaughter, ycoiiinn 3-c: in the WAVKS, uiul Uddli; Wan- tlola'.vski, g.m. 3-c. Air. and Mrs. Hunting left immediately on :i brief wedding trip lo New Orleans where he now is stii- lioucd. Mrs. Ellis Is Hostess A Kay Christmas trpc glowing with inyraids of colored Ik-lit.-., together with bii!jlil Santa Clans tallies gave a note of gaiety to (lie J. C. Kills home at Bui-field yesterday afternoon when Mrs. Ellis was hostess to members of the Town and Country club, and three other Biicsts, Mrs. H. W. Wylie. Mrs. C. P. Tucker and Mrs. Walker Baker. High fcore prize for the afternoon bridge games was won by Mi.s. James li. Clark and second lii'/li by Mrs. Cornelius Mcdinuer nmom; club members, while Mrs. Baker was high among the guests. Mrs. Ellis .served her guests the li-artimmal Christmas boiled ciis- lanl ami fruit cake at the conclusion of the: afternoon. Bits of News Mostly Personal Infani Dauchler Nar neu Tile infant daughter born S.itur- |jj(lay morning at Blytheville Hospi•• tnl to Corp. and Mrs. Ray Mc- \Villiams, has been named Marilyn D<i rLs. Mrs. McWilllams is llic former Miss Hazel Davis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Larry C. Davis of Paragould. Initial Club Eiilertainecl Members of the initial club were Cfitertaincd yesterday afternoon at a Christmas party when Mrs. Lane Newell was hostess lo the group at her home which was appropriately decorated in the holiday motif. In the bunco games played dnr- "••<;. the afternoon. Mrs. Claude Stewart received high score prize, Mrs. Jack .Marsh, low, and Mrs I Herman May bunco. After refreshments had been served the guests exchanged Pitts from the lighted Christmas tree. Son I s Born Yesterday .••' ' Tech. Sergt. -.UK! -Mrs. Dalion C Fowlston are the parents of, a son born early last j)i s )it at Blytheville Army Air Field Hospital., The baby lias been named Kusscll Wayne. The Fowlstons have a dauL-hlcr Patricia, 17 months-.old. Sergeant J^owlston now is serving v in' New Kjumea. ' • * • S. S. Class Has Party . Mrs. Glenn Lartd and Mrs. Llovd Hixon were hostesses last nitrhl "at n party at the Uidd home 'for members of the Pathfinders Class of First. Mrlliodist Clmrch when they entertained with a bnJfct sup- )>er. The. entertaining rooms of the house were el.ilrara.tcly decorated in the holiday motif, with the piano topped with a line of white candle- flick angels, flanked on either side by slender while tapers ill silver .candelabra against a background of blue and silver. The refreshment table featured a red. while and green color Teddy Whit'woith, seven-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Wlill- worth, is undergoing treatment at Walls Hospital for rheumatic fever III nt home for thc'nast three weeks ho was removed (6 the hospital Tuesday when his condition became worse. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Waclley of Clo- vls, N. M., have arrived to spend the Christmas holidays with their parents, Mrs. H. O. Vauce, L, M. Vance and family and O. C. Wadlcv and family. Mrs. John Rclnmiller and son Jimmy, will leave tomorrow for Chicago, where they will meet Russell Reininlller. chief yeoman in the Coast Guard, who is attending Cornell College, Mount Vernon, 111 They all will spend the Christmas holidays in Chicago. Miss Eugenia Crawford, who is attending Iowa state College, Ames, Iowa, arrived yesterday to spend the holidays with her mother, Mrs Ivy W. Crawford, and her sister Mrs. John R. McDonald. Mr. and Mrs. Elgic Brown of Hickman, Ky., arrived today to be the holiday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Huffman and other relatives. Mrs Brown is the former Miss Virginia Huffman. Misses Alice McFall, Kosa Enochs and Frances Damon spent yesterday in Jonesboro attending to business. Mr. and Mrs. John Walden will have as (heir guests durins the holidays their son, Sergt. John P Walden of George Field, III., and Miss Bobble Renter of St Louis Ixnh of whom will arrive- Sunday morning, their (laughter, Mrs. Duff Caliber, who is coming tomorrow night, Mr. Guiltier who will be Kiwanis Club Officers Installed At Ladies Night Banquet Ar Hotel O. J>. Uainey. general agent for 'He St, Louis-Sun Francisco Hail- road In Blytheville, was installed as president of the local KUvanls CJiib last night when club members entertained with their annual ladies Night n nd Installation Service. Approximately 50 members and guests attended (he dinner |-lv- en In Ihe Glue n oom of'llote) Noble, when Tom F. "Doc" Dean served as master of ceremonies for the informal program given during din- Group singing of "America" led by W. K. Nicholson was followed by tile Invocation given by ijosco crafton, and by the. Intrntliictlon of Biiesls by J. L.. Terrell, retiring president. Noble Gill, accompanied dn the piano by Miss Jean Saiber, sun- three solos Including "Old M!m Kivcr , "Glowing", and "Day and Night", wlille the "marvels oV magic." were revealed by Mr, Dean, to conclude Hint portion of the pro Krani. C. O. lllaylock of 1'orlnijM-lllc .Mo., lieutenant governor of the K! wunls Club In llils district, was li charge or the inslallatlon seri'lci which followed the program. Off! cers installed in addition to Mi liamey were W. H. Crawford vlci president, and u. W. Downs,' secretary and treasurer. At lh ( . coiiduskm of (he Inslalla. "on service Mr. Terrell was pies, emed with , m overnight, bag fron club incmtH-rs in appreciation of hi' «»rk (iiirinit (he past year. Guests ni the affa'lr. In addllloi to wives of (he members, Inelmto and Mrs. j. v. dales, Mr. and Mrs, I,. G. Nash. Mr. ,,, ul Mrs> j IV Sinolhernioii, Mr. and Mre C O Slav-lock and H, n. ni|| nB ( (m 0 trtagevllle. Mo., Corp. and Mrs I.resnahan, Cieorgc 1). Pollock III Mr. and Mrs. Noble Gill and Mis.- Jean Saiber. scheme carried out with a large crystal epergne filled with \ white carnations, pine cones and' greenery; flanked with white tapers In crystal holders, while'' the ''buffet was decorated witli a red vase of evergreens with red Christmas candles on either side. Following supper, :games were played and carols were sung before the guests exchanged' presents from the tree. Twenty-five, members ' attended the informal affair. here Smulay. and their .son-in-law ami grandd.iiiglitcr. UHlu-r Williams and Judy Williams of C:i- rulheisvllle. Mo., who will arrive Saturday. Jutly will remain with . her grandparents for a week's visit. 1 Lieut. W. Hardy Gray, who hus been stationed al Victorvllle, Calif has arrived lic-i-c lo spend his leave with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Gray, before reporting to his new posl at Phoenix, Art/,. J. p. Via has gone lo Jackson. Miss., lo visit his son, Irn via, during the Christmas holidays. H. M. MnUhew.s is imriorgoltir treatment at walls Hospital for a severe cold and other complications. Employees Entertained By Soybean Corporation The BlythcvillD Soybean Corporation entertained its employees at a Christmas dinner parly hist night in the Colonial Hooni of Hotel Noble. Tlic n guests were seated at one long table decorated with greenery and Yuletidc candles in keeping with the .spirit <>f (he season. A iH-ognun of accordion music was lUveu hy Wade Keeves Jr., who also accompanied Ihe guests for Hit sliijjiim of (he traditional Christmas carols at Ihe conclusion of Ihe dinner. Oiil-of-lown managers of OIL firm's branch offices, with lliel wives, who altended were Mr. anf Mrs. Charles Ihiyne.s of Horncrs- villr. Alo., Mr. mid Mrs. M. G. Moore of Cardwcll, Mo., and Mr. and Mrs Floyd Kcrboiigh of Scnalli, Mo'. Church Service Rewarded Jimmy Din-all, young son of Mr. ami Airs. George Utivall, was presented with a gift yesterday morn ins,' at the Christmas parly given a (ho immaculate Conception Schoo for having served al Ihe grcatcs number of masses, at the chnrcl during Ihc year of 10«. Presentation was made by Ihe IH-v. J. l>. McDonnell, assistant pastor of Ihe chinch. Read Coiirlcr News Want Ads. ANTIQUES Marble-Ion tables-Hide' Cli:iirs-Kr!c-a-lirnc Brasses, and Gifts Suitable For AH Occasions. LAMP POST ANTIQUE SHOP !l«y. Cl South vhone 2 , fl g ^><> -^^*5^ New Cream Deodorant Sajcly /jc/jis Stop Perspiration 1. Docs not irriutc skin. Docs ry. ;o: cresses or men's shirts, 2. I'lcvcnts miJcr-itm odor, ilclps sinj) pcrspintion siCdy. 3. A jnuc.wlutc. antiseptic,stain- Icii tjnifliinj; cram. 4. N'o wjisinj; to dty. C»n be u-'c-J ng.'ic ^fccr sluving. 5. A«.u.lcJ Approval Seal of ilmcncmlnstituicofLiim.lcr. in.c -- hiimless to fal.iic. Ujc nil lARfissf sinwe DJODORANI EVERYONE Like FLOWERS for I * Christmas Potted Plants * Lajurei Roping * Wr^bths * Orchids — Corsages of all kinds *Cut Flowers * Vases — Glassware — Figurines Flowers bring a note of dicer thai .scetn.s (o magnify (ha holiday spirit. So, for more happiness at Christmastime, give flow- crs. Is The Time To Place Telegraph Orders! The Flower Member F.T.D. Hotel Glencoe Bldg. p hone 4 91~Nights 2747 Legionnaires To Pack Socks Foe Goodfcllows Monitors of (ho American u> B io u will meet tomorrow ui the nut to jmck sacks of ciwcrles for I he Good- iellows, u movement sponsored this year by UIG ori:ai>l/iUlim, and of whlc-h Dr. W. A. ClrlmiHL'tl is dmlr- mim. These ulfls will bo distributed nliminy iiflemoon nt the lltil Several of (lie Let-loimiilres will 8" to the HlylliiTllle Army Air Field bimtiay afternoon lo distribute Hit «o.«'.s- lo hospltnltod service personnel (here: These boxes, were m- J«l out fi-um funds raised by ibi! .tdclle Cantor" boxes displayed In stores mul nubile buildings of tin- town under sponsorship of (]„. \ ,.. Blon and the U-«lon Ausilt.u'y. Members meeting Tiic.sdny nlchl at the Hut voted lo change Ihe i'i'n , « llu '!'' mMy "'« :tl "ss from T.30 to a o'clock each Tuesday night am) iilso to riwnrrt an atendaiio,' iS'lnJ ""•' co " cl " slu » »f «<u'l> A guest at Ihe mccllni; was Cant. D . H. Hoscll, Son Of Luxoro Pastor Will Deliver Sermons UJXORA, Doe, 21—The liov "" ! n !!• mks - !> " M<)1 ' "' ''«• UiiHllsl Chtiivli, Merlins Tex H .senior In )i f iyi ol - Univeisllv' ivco, Texas, will preach »(, ni ( . rniiig 11,1,1 civiilne worship hours Sunday, Dec. 2-1, nt (|, ( . i jlix . oni Hapllst Clmrch, of which his fntlier. (he Rev. O. C. Hicks Is pasl.'jr. ' 'Hie llcv, Mr, Illcks will leitffi Chnslmas Day, after .several days visit with lils piirenlA-, mid Ijrothor' e-nslun Illcks, for Oklahoma Cilv wliiw he Is to play In the Suiilli- wcst Conference Basketball toiniia- ment. ' ' Half Moon ."News' Mr and Mrs. K. u. Wiilker of Kasl i-ah-ic, Mo,, spent the weekend litre with relatives ami (rlenc)s Members of the Women'.'! Missionary Union of Immannel Baptist Church met with Mrs. Dun Niie-rt- liiini on Wednesday when a )><>l- liick luncheon was served to the 20 liiesent. l.'ulWini! thu program new ufllecrs wore elettecl lor (lie cumlni' year. Women's Koelely of Christian Service inriMbm mo) Tuesday nil-lit with Mrs. li. K Day with d|<lu members inv.'.cnl. A program "Chrlslmns In Our Humes" was Hv- cii K'llh each ineinlwr pai'tlelpatin,;. Christ inns enrols were! sunn and Blfls were exchanged unioiig nu'iu- Iw-rs before rerreshmcnls wen. .M.| vi'd Condition ol Mi-.. Hhclbj- (•„»-' nurd remains unchitniu'il. At The Hos'pilals Walls Hospital Admitted: Vi'sk'r llriHiks, clly. Mls.s Andy Julmsoii, Caiiilhel.-i- villc, Mo, Iliulie IJpfunl, 1(1. ;(, t .|(,j,_ Marian Urn 1 )-, .JniniT. I'.Yiii'.si i\'.)cl, llrniumdiili' Mo n. M. Matthews, city. Hunt fit Mr. mid Mrs. ,j, u Ciiiiillc, c-lly, a sou., ii||-hl, Horn (o Mr. mid Mrs <iuv Non-Id, Hlecle, M U , ( » „„„ i, ls( . 1. O, Manli-.M, Ciirntbei.svlll,', Mo Hetty Aiilr.v. Iliilliind, nj,,. 1), !•:. llliinkctislilp. Blecle. Mo Sli-iiilitih ll»|ills( lldMildil Admitted: Mm. T. l>. liiiiR.-ss, CXsceohi. Mi.s. I.enta Couk, Osiaviln ' Mrs. Henry Nenl, Holland, M (1 , Dismissed: Mrs, Woodroiv Sills 'nncl budy, Mis. Cnh'ln O'onley and baby elty. " USO News The party being ], c ld lonlght, al MIC USO for members 'of Hie .••(.•iilui- clnss ill niythevlllc; Hl|!h SrliHol will begin al 7:30 o'clock It was announced loday. : •' All diu.s members arc Invited U) aili'ml. A formni chiislmas dance will be Ill-Id at the USO on SiUimlny iilgtil, when (he hlgli school glee Huh will .slug Knvn-nl Christmas ini'ols (hiring Intermission nt 10 llV)(H* WllCH (jlfls Will ' 1)0 llls- Irllmled l)y nifmhcr.-i|of tlic C1SO It was announced today by t! W IMnlrlsoii, local dlrculof. The whitlows M (h c USD cniilaln tills week iw.i morh-ni art panels InuifljMiJnlrd by Aviation Trainee Jim I'olers of Hlj'thcvlllc Army All One picture tlcplcls n peaceful' snow .scene of tinicl moonlll beauty, I'litlllcd "The Homo Front", while Us counterpart Is "The itnl- lle Front," and both have iittracl- cil lii'eat alli'iiUcm iM-oordlni; lo (1. W. nunk'lson, illivclor. Coming Events FRIDAY Mrs, I'liui )i ymm C. II. C. Club ul hineheon. SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS, properly designed, mo remembered nlways Our llowora .™ .1 yays fresh, and all work 1» K uarantced to pleaL ui our «port IfulKiicrii help you with your (loral needs W ' ! l l l FLOWER SHOP F.TJ>. H . <BI Mr». J. PAGE F1VK - : ,Major gamuel WJcholas.fiist lead- % cr of the U, a. Marines, was born ' in I'lilladclpliln, Pa, in 1744 full o'Vitamltt Full o' Flavor ••'GIFTS ~ ' :•'••• Of ' U .! I : <t DISTINCTION- —H's. Sniarl _ ; . ;'.-. lo 'Shay At— The Gift Shop;;; Modern A Anllipn (ilfti Thursday —- Friday — And Saturday,Nighti'' 9:30 to 1 O'Clock': In the Beautiful I, oom::: Atlmipsion UOc Iiicl. Tai filVE THE LADY Continuous 'Shows M • Itox 'OITicc' |ii ' ••?' ' " Show.- Stuffs i<2-:00< . *»«>'> '' .J? .'.')"'• ..(.lal? ji.m. ,30 p.m Thiirsdhy anil Friday"' y^fft- P JEAM SUUIVAS|.lL)CltE''WATSON I'aramimiil NVws' and ScleiHcd'Slibrt'Siubjccr " ' SHEER FLATTERY IN GAYMODE* RAYONS Sl.ilinccs Kaf. * ij'uii 6iily Opens each nishl G:-I5; slarl's 7 Opens Sunday l:OD;.Siarts 1:15 Coiilimious Shuns Sat. and Sun. Bargain Nighl Kvcry N;iglit Except - ' '' ' ' No passes hounrcd on Sunday at '. (he iio.vy. Thtirstlity and Friday * i, () . 1S | .sii,. t . rm ... ss (ui'ti, sinooUiiioss mi t] K! ly K| a , u ] fllJI rillisfl— ; to li(.sid\ fli,UiM-y. Ftill-fiishionwl •Mill li.ijiiK foi' all-ovcr fit. Kc- iiiforml for wear. BARELEG RAYONS Wo Scorns In Sight! Kii.foy tlio fiaUcry of having that and stocking coinforl ill tin; saiiu' lime. Klicor. circular knil with IK, sunn;; lo Uvtst out of line s. Vat. on. Eiclcctcd Shorl Subjects ' , .

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