The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 12, 1944 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, June 12, 1944
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t-AfcSTT utrnT BLYtHEVlLLE (ARK;) '"COURIER' NEWS'' MONDAY, JUNE 12, 1944 Faye Grimes. Is' Bride OfSergt. C.B.>stis «•* •- Announcement An as made today ot the marriage of Pf<?. Robin Faye Grimes of ManllaTand Washington, TJ 0, daughter at Mrs Hattle M Grimes and the 1»te Floyd Grimes of Manila,«to SeV§t ,, Charles B Justls, son of Mr: and Mrs A N Justis of Hollenberg, Kans The ceremony 'was, solemnized Friday night. 8 30 "o'clock, in the First Presbyterlqu,Oiur.c)i In Alex- andrla, Va. Chaplain, Wilm a M. Brown read trie HMS ' Preceding the ' ceremony a program of music 'wi»s given by Pfc Doris Almeida 'of >Allento«n, Pa organist, and Pfc." Avis Wyberg o' Providence, R I, vocalist. Organ selections Included Scliu belts'Serenade", and "Ave Maria" Gounod, played during the ex change of \ows\The proccissiona MS fiom'TannKauser",by,Wagner while Mendelsohns', "Weddln March" was used as'the recesslona Vocal solos by Prlyafe Wjbeig In eluded "I llo\e"Yo\i Truly", Bone ' Because", Guy -, D'pardelot, an "At Dawning", Cadmnn bride, given'Un, marriage Lieut George E Saxori ot Cle\e land, Ohio, wore thj" Summon un (61 in of the WAG,'and carr'ed white Bible topped with a corsas or American Beauty rWbuds Pfc" Arline Wolf •'of Cloque Minn, served as^ the bride's on attendant, uhlle.Serijl, George L of Colonial Beach, Vn, was be man Ushers were Sergt Prai Zainbettl 'of New 'York, and Serg Julius Fagnano Si ,Hid£efleld J AH members of the brldnl \ are stationed at, Washington wi the Air Transport Command The bride was^gtaduated from Manila high school and Southern Baptist Junior College,at Pocnhon- tas, Ark She was employed at the Courier News from _the time of her graduation till sh'e entered the WAC in Novemfier of last >ear She received her, (mining at Port Ogiethorpe, Ga^ from where she was sent to Washington, D C, for duty with the Air,Transport Command. " ' Sergeant Justig was graduated from Washington County high school In Washington, Kans, and was connected with the Baumfolk Grain Company "there prior to en- tcung the armed'forces He, too, Is •tationed In Washington, D C where he and'his bride plan to make their horhe* ' " • ^ * *• • Two Are Honored At Party Bernard - Albert Brackln, seaman c, who'Is .home 'on leave from Is' station 1 at Great Lakes, 111., id William Baughman. who cele- atca' hlS'birthddjV.Saturday, were uests of honor when Mr. «na Mrs. mlth Brabkln, Mrs. Johnny HbK- an and Miss Charlolne Thome itertalned at th^ Bracklil home Twentj-four guests attended the nforma) paity, when games" anc flntests were played during the veiling, 1 niid.the guests, of -honoi ere presented with gifts. A salad plate, Ice drinks' nnd a essert course ftcre served i *. • • Episcopalians To Attend 'icnic Suppei In Osceola The Woman's Auxiliary of Cal 'ary' Episcopal Church: In Osceol will .entertain members' of St. Ste ihcn's Episcopal Church In Blythe •Hie," tomorrow night,, B b'clock, o the 1 'home of Mrs: S. L. Gladlsh 1 Osceola. All members of tlie local chvirc :iave been Invited r to attend the nf fail, which is to be a picnic sup xsr, It \\ns atmounc'ed today by tl Rev. Tliomns B Smytlie, pastor o the • church. < C.B.C. Club Enteitained Bride of Soldier Bits of News '•Mostly Personal Flowers'from tlie. colorful gardei of i-the - hostess decorated the -ei tertnlning 'rooms of. tlie^C, ;J. Lltt home Friday afternoon .when M Little was'hostess to,members the CiB.c. Olub nnd one guest, 'M Alex Shelby. Bridge, was i played during >t afternoon,, wlth^high score won Mrs O O Elkins, second high 'MrsvW. S.;Lnngdoh, and'bridijB Mrs. Ross Moore. A- dessert c'oursewns served. Wiss Vaslbinder Feted At Lawn Paity Friday •5 I M Bentlcy, Mil Jim Iii- jrhhV nnd Mrs: B. L; Vastblhder entertained .40,guests Friday night nt the .iVastbinder'home, In, special Compliment'to- Miss Lucille Vastbinder, who celebrated her birthday-that day. :.Thp : nftnlr. wns given on the Iriwn of. the hotrie,. where 'small tobies, decorated with bright Summer Mowers, were arranged The place of the guest of honor was marked with a citrsage of, pink chrysanthemums, tied with an oichld ribbon i 'Games ,were-ployed for several hours, before Miss. Vastblnder opened her gifts. 'A sandwich plate with Iced drinks .was served. Mrs, James 'M, Wllfcrd of Little Rock, Is the former Miss Georgia Gall Cooper, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Cooper of Holland, Mo. Her murringo -to -Pfc. WiUcrd'wns EOlcmnhiod In Blylhevllle late ; in with the' offlclntlnjr. Molly Jo Kcaslcy, daughter o Lieut, nml Mrs. Joe E. lieasley, un dcrwcnl a tonsilloctomy today a Walls Hospital. , Mrs. John McDowell nnd • sor John Jr., will return tomorrow Iron Memphis where they spent 10 day witli her parents, Mr. and -Mr.s Jesse Cunningham. Mrs. John Stevens and her In fant. daughter were removed froi Walls Hospital, yesterday to in home of her parents, Mr. and Mr K. G. Gil! nt Dell, with whom tlie will make their- home while Lien tenant Stevens is .on foreign duty. Mrs. neltc Wilson of Newben I'enn., .Is the guest for this wee ot her sister, Mrs. Dorothy Scott. Condition ot Mrs. Polly. Mathews, who has been ; critically 111 at her home for the uasl two'weeks, was unchanged today. , Mrs. Hlchard Bland Logan Jr., has been removed from Memphis nt Burns has been transferred to 'ort Knox, Ky., where Mrs, Burns '111 join him tomorrow. She was ac- ornpanicd Here uy Sergt. J. C. Chastccn, formerly of Camp Swift, who' also has been transferred to 'ort Knox, and who Is driving Mrs. Burns there. • Mrs. James Elslunder of Driver, Ark,, spent the weekend here with icr parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Whlnvorlh, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Sykcs spent ,hc weekend In Memphis with their daughter, Mrs. 'amlly. They, Fred Cork ran and were accompanied , ionic by their young grandson, reddy Corkrah, who will be here for two weeks.. " • Miss Kra Wright spent yesterday In Osceolii as the 'guest of her brother, Ira Wright and family. Mrs. Gordon'Dlllurtl and children, Joan nml Billy, of New Albany, Miss., and Mr, and Mrs; Elton Rodjj- crs and son, Elton Jr., of Lubbock, Texas, have arrived for a visit with their parents,, Mr.' and Mrs, J. D. Rodgeis, and their brothers, w. J and O. J. Rodgors and- families. Miss Mary Outlaw spent yesterday in Osceola with Mrs. Dpiiald Wort-/. Mrs. Edgar Ilerrick is in Colorado Spring!!, Colo., where she ' is attending to business. Mrs. Enuha Nolen, who lias been recuperating from a minor eye operation performed three weeks ago, 1 spent today Irj.-Meniphis where she consulted her specialist. DAD DESERVES THE BEST At the Hospitali Blytheville Hospital Admitted— . • • • Willlo Robert Lxmort, Carson. N. T.,Wade, city. Dismissed—: -..-. : ''. Mrs. C, W. Vanoyer and baby, Osceola. . ' , . * - . Mrs. W. C. Warren, Hayll, Mo. Editlr nochelle,''city.' . Walls Hospital Admitted— Charles 'McCrnckln, Dell, Mrs. A. C. Richards, city. Mrs. Ralph Cannon, Slcele, Mo. Molly Jo Hetisley, city. Lilly Davis, Rt: 1, city. Mitchell Johnson, Dell. Mrs*. Mnybclle Newberry, city. Dismissed— Hobble Lee, city. Mrs. Ora Lynn, city. Jeiinctt* 'Lew|s, Manila. I/ouls Rtchurds, Luxoru. Miss Mnrtha •Rlckett.t, city. Mrs. Jane Manuel, Osccoln. Mrs. Lloyd Thomas, city. Mrs. Enrl Boney. Steele, Mo. Blllic Jean Hcnson, Rt, 1, city. W. F. Cecil, Steele, Mu. , John Cross, Burdcttc. Harvey DinsmorG, Manila. Mrs. V. L. Marr nnd bal>y, city Mrs, W. G. Hatchel cind bnby, city, Mrs. John Stevens and bnby, Dell Memphis Baptist i!>il»l Admitted— O. E. Farmer, Osccoln. Hospital to the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs, O. W. Mc- Cntchen. Her Infant son, Richard Bland Logan III, will remain In the hospital In Memphis lor another month. Mrs, Cecil Shane nnd Mrs. .1. H. Elkins were in Memphis Saturday wlfcre they met, Major and Mrs. Tilden P. Wright Jr., nnd son, T. P. Ill, who • have spent the past several Wccks'in Llttlellold, Texas, as guests of Major Wright's mother, nnd in Santa Monica, Calif. Major Wrl'ghl loft ' Saturday night for Mitcliel Field, Long Island, where- lie will Ve- port for reassignment. Mrs. WVigli and her son will-remain here with her mother until her husband is permanently located. ML and Mrs. W. J. Famjht nnd Mrs. W. S. Lnngdon spent ye.stei'r dny in Memphis. Mrs. John Burns, whose husband Lieutenant Bums, has been station ed nt C:imp Swift, Austin, Texas nrrivcil Saturday night for o brie visit here with Mrs. Jim Burns a: Coming Events Mr. and Mrs. Bob Burns. Lieuten- B."C. Club. <;, TUESDAY La Ncuve Club meeting with VJIss Eugenia. Crawford. Double O. Club meeting with Mrs.,Albert.K. Taylor.' Mrs. Cecil Wroten and Mrs. Fred V; Rutherford entertaining char- cvolx Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, at 1 o'clock unclieon at Hotel Noble. WEDNESDAY , Miss Edythc George entertaining Friendly Seven Club. A.D.C. Club meeting with Mrs William Young. Club Eight meeting with'Mrs. If. G. Partlow. i THURSDAY G.N.B. Club meeting with Mrs. H.?C. Blankcnslilp. Mrs. O. \V..McCutchcn entertaining Thursday Contract Club. - C. & N, Birthday CHib meeting with Mrs. c. S, Baggett, '•.'-'.. FRIDAY ' .. Friday Luncheon .' Club meeting with Mrs. W. M.'McKenzio. Mrs. Layfeltc -May entertaining .400 Club. Mrs. Alex Shelby entertaining C. School Officials Attend Meeting , In Daytona Beach Miss Winnie Virgil Turner, city supervisor of elementary schools, and Carl Bird, superintendent of the schools at Wilson, 'spent from May 29 to June 9 in Daytona Bench, Fla., as members of a large group of school leaders from tho South who prepared recommendations for'"Building a Better South' em Region Through Education". The Southern Slates Work-Conference on School Administrative Problems was sponsored- by 'the state departments of education and the state education associations of the following states: Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia and West. Virginia. The conference just ended was tlu 1 fifth consecutive year of work by the group, and set a new attendance record, with approximately 155 people representing all ihe Southern states In attendance. The handbook on state and local school organization and "administration prepared by the conference this year recommends many Important improvements of the educational program for the Southern region. Other persons attending from Arkansas were J. F. Wahl, superintendent of the schools In Helena, Avk., and Dr. Roberts of University of Men In Service Promotion of Billy Culllson, nephew of Miss Maud Culllson, to the rank of sergeant In the Marine Corps, has been announced. Sergeant Culllson, who has been In the Marines for approximately 14 months, now is stationed at Mojave, Calif. J, C. Mason, whose wife makes her home on Route 1, Blytheville, is receiving his Initial naval Indoctrination at the U. S. Naval Training Center at Great Lakes, 1)1. Jimmy Sanders of Blytheville has received- u letter from Pvt. Gar rard Caudill, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Caudill, also of Blytheville, which is written on Jnp paper "taken from a Jap supply dump while on patrol duty the other day." Private Caudill who Is serving somewhere in the Southwest Pacific wrote thnt he already had some pretty nice souvenirs and expects to collect a lot more before he comes uome. Pvt. Qerald L. Waddell of Osceola who recently was Inducted into service, lias been sent to the Army Service Forces Training Center, Aber dcen Proving Ground, Maryland where he will receive his basic train ing as an Ordnance soldier. Prior tc his induction he was employed Waddcll's Cleaners. His wife makes i; her home In Osceola. 2—This week, beginning today, londay, June 12. has been deslg- ated 'by Mayor W. D. Byrd ,as Clean-Up" v;eek for Ciiruthers- Ille. Boy Scouts cooperated in ad- 'ertislng the undertaking, and city trucks will gather refuse and debris from, homes and businesses, nd dispose of. it. Arkansas, Faycltevillc. Read Courier 'News Wnnt Ada. e raciures Hip In Fall Mrs. Maybelle Ncwbeny, 55, was n Walls Hospital today with a fractured hip suffered when she fell yesterday at her Iwn'ic in Pride Subdivision where she lived ilone. The. condition of the elderly woman 1 , was fair today according to hospital attendants. fit you suffer MONTHLY-S FEMALE PAIN You wliostiffer such pain with tired, nervous irritable blue feelings—due to functional monthly disturbances — should try Lydle B. Pinktmm's Vegetable Compound to relieve such symptoms. Here's n product that HEU-S NATURE. It Is also a fine sto- machic tonic) Follow label directions. Worth frying. LYDIALPINKHAM'Sc'aS Clean-Up Week Opens CARUTHEHSVILLE, Mo., June TOPS FOR YOUR HAIR Smooth It, add lustre—style, wild fragrant dressing—only 2fic, MOROUNESfiTC Meetings . A call meeting lias been announced for members of the American Legion Auxiliary,. to be held at the hut, tomorrow night at 8 o'clock, Mj's, C. S! Bnggelt, Auxiliary president, staled that plans would he made at this time for the visit of tlie state president, Mrs. Ell Bcii- nett; of Little Rock, who will be lit Blylhevllle next Tuesday and Wednesday. DIAPER '" R>olli«!, cooled, relieved,' "' "•" Often prevented by Mov cunn,lhoGuothiii|j, medicated I>o\vdnr with iugrcilioitls oflcu uaod by BpocinllBU. RASH! GIFTS FROM FITZPATRICK'S Completely filled travel Ing kil In black or biown. i On *r~" Terms Dine In The Beautiful SPANISH COFFEE SHOP el Hotel Noble 55c PLATE LUNCHEON Delicious, Home Cooked Meals, Sukllr masculine ItTlMiiT hatodtome, stieamUncd Birth. I r inen. Cholco' of * $ 27 50 .___ • \On_CrcajfJ .- MANY OTHER GIFT SUGGESTIONS It Takes Only 3 Minutes to Open A Charge i Account FITZPATRICK STORE Phone 2728 Prices Inchnie 24% F«feral Tax Pepsi-Cola Company, Long [stand City, iV. I'. I'mnchiscd Uottlcr! Pepsi-Cola llolUing Co. of Hlylhcvillt Our Careful Washing Keeps Colors Alive! 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