The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 15, 1944 · Page 5
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, June 15, 1944
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THUKSDAY, JUNE 15, 1944 JLYTIIEVILLB (AWE» fiO.UWJBB NEWS Morning Party Honors <^irs. Phillips' Guests Mrs. R. F. Kirshner nnd Mrs Everett B. Dec entertained 22 pucsU Oils morning hi compliment to Mrs. Patli Knight and daughter, Mrs. J. M. Hailcy of Dnshvlllc Tom., hoiisfgnests of Mrs. Russell Phillips and family. Other out of town visitors present were Mrs. w. J. Pollard of Delrolt, Mich., who Is visiting Mrs. A. 13. Bull and family, and the nev. Dr. Flunk O. Smith of Omalm, guest, of the Klrslmcr family. The Klrshners' llvinsroom was Kay with low bowls of rases and white daises and the refreshment table's ccntcnjlece of yellow daisies blended with the ycl.'.w .shade.s cm- phnsiml in Uie party food served informally. Mis s Frances Walker Weds Flying Instructor Friday Mr. and Mrs. John D. Walker of Memphis anil Tnnnanu announce Die marriage of their daughter, Miss Frances Dudley Walker, to Lieut. Robert P. Enterline, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred O. Enterline of Sunbury, Pa., which was solemnized Friday night at the Post Chapel, Blytheville Army Air Field. The Rev. Fredrick J. Klmmctl performed the double ring ceremony before the candle lighted altar. The bride, who entered with he: father, wore a white, faille tafTeta dress with a fitted bodice and leg o'mutlon sleeves. Her veil of illusion hung from n crown of seed /Affarls'and she wore a single strand •&f pearls. Slit en fried a hand bou- cmet of gardenias, roses and stephanotis .showered with white satin streamers. Miss Betty Walker of Trumnim, attended the bride as maid of honor. She wore a blue, chilfon frock and carried a hand banquet of pink roses and baby breath. Lieut. Robert W. Abbott served Lieutenant Enterline as ijcsl man and ushers were Lieut. Leonard C. Ilowe and Lieut, Harold E. Smithers, all of Blythevillc Army Air Field. L. T. Moore, organist, played the traditional wedding inarches and "Moon Dawn" and "Oh Thou Love.' During the exchanging of vows he played "Caprice." The bride is the great niece of the late General R. A. Sneed, Confederate leader and who served alternately as State Treasurer and Secretary of State of Oklahoma for 21 years. She also is a descendant of Macajah Bullock, a major in the Army of the American Revolution. Lieutenant Enterline is a flying instructor at Blythevillc Army Air Field and was employed as golf pro al the Sustinehannn'-Valley Country Club prior to entering service in July, 1941. Mrs. Partlow Entertains Club Eight With A Party Vrvhen Mrs. H. O. Partlow was hostess yesterday afternoon to Club Eight, for its weekly bridge game, she also entertained Mrs. Sam Burns. : Roses nnd mixed garden flowers were arranged in colorful holders in the living room where cards were played before light refreshments were served. First and second went lo Mrs. Charles Lnngston Jr., and Mrs. Otto Scrape. Thingvold-Diamond Rites Solemnized At Post Here Miss Jean Diamond of Blytheville olid Giemvood, Iowa, became the bride of Second Lieut. Allen Thingvold of Blytlicvlllc Army Air Field and Cliete}:, Wis., last night In a formal wedding solemnized at the post chapel. Chaplain George H. Marrs performed the double ring service nt W clock, learning tapers on the altar and floor vases of gladoii made an effective all-while selling and the bridal couple knelt for prayer at a white satin kneeling bench. L. T. Moore Jr., was organist end Sergt. waller Terry, vocalist, for a program of nuptial music which Included "nt Dawning" nnd "Avc Maria." The Bridal Chorus from "Lohengrin" heralded liio wedding party and Mendelssohn's Wedding March wns played during (he recessional. The bride wore n white satin formal wedding tgown, fashioned with n Imsquc bodice nnd full skirt which ended in a sweeping train Her finger tip veil of illusion was Cfiught with . orange blossoms and she wore her mother's pearls. Bridal white rosebuds, gardenias and stcphanotls with puffs of malinc formed her bouquet, showered with white satin streamers. Her atlentlanl, Mrs. Robert v Enlerline, wore a B own of Dresden blue chiffon designed wilh a bouf- fnnl skirt. Her bouquet was ol pink roses. Second Lieut. Otis Husct of lilylhcvitlc Army Air Field and Chelck was best man. An informal reception followed at the Officers- Club nl which Mrs. Leland S. Straiiathan of Montgomery, Ala., aunt at the bride, was hostess, Mrs. Baker L. Wilson presided at the refreshment table. Lieutenant Thlngvold and his bride htivc gone to Hot Springs for five days before returning here to live while he Is stationed at the base. For traveling, Mrs TMngvold wore n frock n( gray sheer with white accessories. The bride, daughter of Mrs Esther Diamond of Glcnwood 'I Iowa, was reared there. She crime'' to Blytheville almost two years ago lo accept a position al Blytheville Army Air Field. Lieutenant Thingvold, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Thingvold of Chelck, lived there until he entered the Army. Afler receiving his wings and commission heic last October lie became a , flight commander. PRACTICAL PLANNING > >FOR BETTER LIVING. ['• Although there will ho many labor-saving devices Slid _interior refinements available for post-war homes the National Association of Home Builders points out that the public will conic to a mile awnkcning if it anticiiwles livinc in n "dream world" of housing. These practical builders declare that jilowing promises of mechanical wonders — extensive use of pro-fabricated room units and disappearing walls, nil built Into low-cost homes of radical design, largely have been made by people nol connected wild Hie building industry. As a consequence, the liomc-hunKi'y public has been led to believe the housing millennium will ilnwn tile day viclory conies. In nn effort lo guide, and reassure prospective home builders on post-war housing, build- rrs, who have kepi pace wilh all Improvements tlwt ably be expected, Wefcster Infant Dies Shirley Ann Webster, infant, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Webster, died al 1 o'clock yes- tcreiay afternoon n few hours after her birth at the family home near the Number Nine Community. Besides her parents she leaves three brothers, Bobbie dene Billic Joe. and Calvin, and a sister, Julia can reason- make these FIRST: Concentrate on build- Ing a practical home of sound, modern design thai will provide comfortable living in Ihc lower- price range. This is important, •s surveys show llnil Ihc c-sUib- I'shcd slyles of homes will continue to dominate the American scene, with wider acceptance of Ihc low, sweeping roof lines of the Florida ;m<t California types i)l architecture. Selection of a basic design wilh modern lines is essential for several reasons. II clinunales did possibility of the house becoming obsolete wilhin i few years; il insures good resale value it that pccomes necessary; nnd of great importance, conventional types of homes arc easier to finance. The Federal Housing Administration, in insuring loans, gives first consideration to Ihc resale value of homes. This also is true of bankers and loan associations. Experience has nrovccl homes of freakish design become living space. "dated" and obsolete in a lew years and lose their nllraclivc- ncss lo subsequent buyers. SECOND: A well-planned, home can lie conslrucleti so Iliat advantage may he taken of new 5>roducls placed .on the, market afler tlie house is buill. As these become available, especially in Ihc broad field of elec- trical.ami mechanical appliances, these easily c«ui be installed in the home. THIRD: Selection of construction male-rial, both c.vlerior ami interior, such as walls, roofing, lloors and ceilings, should be given careful consfdci'aliun. Under the impetus of essential \vav construction, iniprovcinenls have been made in many long <ic- eepled building materials. Look for . refinements and improvements rather lhan nn abundance of new, revolutionary pro^ The- Nation.-.! Association of Home Guilders emphasizes lhal post-war houses will follow (he general types of the belter prewar homes of the last decade, but will give Ilic owner more value for his money in improved construction methods "•••' -vuandcd Cemetery. Cobb Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Gasoline Tank Blazes No damage resulted when gasoline become ignited in a gasoline tank which was being repaired at Lau.BSlon-Wrolen Service Station late yesterday afternoon*. The small fire was extinguished before firemen arrived. To Be July Bride Tom Mahry Wi// Begin Navy Service Next' Thomas L-. Mntiry, who volunteered Dec. 1 for service in the Navy, has received orders to report for Induction at Little Rock Tuesday. After he receives his "boot 1 training he will be assigned lo dut\ with a ship repair unit with the rank of. machinist mate second class. ' . For'the past 22 months Mr.-Mn- bry has served as senior machinist in the base maintenance shop at Blylhcvlllc Army Air Field. Prior to that he served for five years as pressman and stereotype!- al the Courier News. Fathers To Be Honored , At Lake Street Church Flowers will be used al Ihe morning service of Lake Slreet Methodist Church Sunday to signify Father's Day with members asked to bring bouquets in honor of Ihc living and Ihe dead fathers. . These will decorale Ihe nudilon- um for the. service, beginnin" al 10:45 o'clock, al which the fiev. Bates Sturdy, pastor, will speak. Water buffalo milk, pasteurized and scaled In glass bottles, is sold In Peiping, china. Lealrice Joy Gilbert, above daughter of former film stai Leatrice Joy ond Ihe lale Joht Gilberi, has announced she vvil marry pvl. George Arlhur Hoover on July 10, in a double rinf garden wedding. NEW ORLEANS 7 INVtTATION TO YOU The roasters of this leading selling brand of Coffee &Chicory...Wm. B. Reily&Co. Inc., extend to you this invitation: ' Take home a can of Luzianna.. uie the «nlir« conttnlt . If you are not satisfied in ev«ry reip»ct your money will be refunded . . , SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS, t™ ;,,. ' Our fl owe™ are al- fresh, and'all work L? guaranteed to please. Let our extort Xcslgncrs help you with your floral needs. ^ ™IFLOWERSHOP .., ,»,., First in France Ll.-Col. Mike C. Murphy, above, former Lafaycite, Ind., stunt Iyer, piloted the first glider— the Fighting Falcon—to land on French soil In the Allied Invasion of western Europe, . ^s \ . . . • • ,. --k Get grand new £0&-&&r ROYAL Onlyy 3 price of old ROYAL Contains no Cream of Tartar Just/rythis new baking powder. Th <"'s all ive ask. For once you lastc the wonderful hot brcajs and cakes it givcSi you ,,, a , Wei,! Tim's W hy we make chis daring offer. Go to your grocer. Buy one pound can at (he rcgu- ^ROYAL lar low price and he'll give you another pound absolutely FRM-. Remember, it's made hy ROYAI, —your Ruaranlee that it mail be good! Hurry, hurry—don't miss a chance like this. Offer gooil for a limited time only, ihii ttu don nil Cjf\t lo Niulnlppl, S.A.S, PHOSPHATE BAKING POWDER Bits of News Mostly Personal Miss Nola Lee Uunonii of lliml- lc left Moiulny for Anuiilllo, Jexus, where she will sprint her Summer vacation wilh her brother, First ScvBl, Coinvny niincnn. nnd family. She WHS ncconipiiiilcd to Memphis by her brother, Clyde Duncan of Chaffee, Mo. Elbort iluffiiiiiii, «|i (l w( .,it (o Mcmnhls yeslentny lo oonsiili his S|icclnllsl. for mi eye nlhnenl. was lUlmlllcd (o Diiplisl llo.s-|)ltiil Inr observation. Mrs. Huffman niul S |s- cr, Mrs, \viliuim Dolun, are wllh him. I- O. Par)low nnd Elmer Uud- *cy. who enlei'cd the Navy a nionlli "Go nnd who nre npiWmlcu sea- liicn stiillonMl h-. B:>.n nicu'o, nr- tlvi-d home lodny for flve-diVy tur- i(!h. Mrs. I'urllosv, Ihi'lr ehildri'ii, ncy nnd arnhnm, nnd Mrs Llndsey met (|ii<in In Mrniphls Mrs. Lelnud S. Striumlrmn of MontKomery. Alu., Is tli 0 tmesis lllis «'c.ek. s O f Mr. mid Mrs. jjaku' I, Wilson. She iniulc her home bore when Colonel Slnunuhiin wns coinnmiidliiK officer of iilythcvllle Amu- Air Field. •1- T. Wllhelm of Denlson, Texas, nej;lie\i- of Ihe Into l,. li. Wlllielin n»s returned nfler hnvlni; been 'J'U'st of Ml', nnd Mis. Jiu-k Ihiff- "uin nnd family durlnif (lie past Mrs. i,. l,. \viu-d mid M!-. Viid' Ml 's- J. W. him; Hs (iielr ?uest.s, Mrs. I^ewls 15oyil nnd KWI, I'lirrls. of Salem. Ky., who nnived 1 iiesdny, Mrs. Fkkc Miles Jr., Ihe fonnin' Miss Eloisc Iliuiiey, iinclerwcnl un eincn-cncy oiwrnllon for npprmll- cllls 'niesdny nljjhl nl Widls llos- I'Unl. ffcr condition Is eooil. Miss Miuulce Curler, who bus been connected with the Employment Service liiircnu here, hiis been transferred to the Wnlimt l!!ili |( ; Office. She • leaves loilny for tlmt city. .Miss Sue Rnmcy of Memphis spent lust nlghl here wilh her imr- piils, Mr. mid Mrs. o. W. Rnincy, "fivlng como lo be with her sister airs. PLske Miles Jr., who underwent ntl o|)enitlon. Scret. Clini'lcs llnmcv of Kccs- cr Field, Blloxl, Miss,, bus nrrlved lor n 10-ttoy furloiieh, Jolnlii); Jhs. Kniney who nlrcndy wns vlslllnir ncr pnrents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ohailcs Hownrd nl Luxorn, nnrl Ijolli have come here lo be guests of his ]mr- L'nls, Mr, iiiiil Mrs. O. W. linmcy, Mr. mid Mrs. Hnrry Klrby spent, yiwlerdny in Piinnjould where they visited ivliilives, lteluri)|ii|; home with (hem weie Mrs, Ithby's nieces Jmiet unit Jennie WHuourn, niul tlii'lr cousin, Biiruli Mininliii! Wll- 1)011 I'll. C:i|H, w, J. [>ollnr(l, civilian iier- suinn.'! oflleer nt the Homiilm Arm/ Ah- I'lelil, Uomuhis, Mich,, will m-- rlvo Sunday for 11 week's visit with Mrs. A. M. liutt mid fnmlly. Upon his return he will be uci'ompimlcd by Mrs, I'yllnrd who hns been vls- illni; here since Miiy 1, Cnptiiln I'olhird, who entered the Air Trnns- porl CumiiuiiKl of the Army Air t'oret-s :ilmost Iwo ycnrs nno, hns been nttondlnt! Unly- University, Diirliiuii, N. 0., for a special Army courw!. Mrs. A. I,. Kciignii hns recovered from nn i-xh-nded Illness, Mrs, AlU'it lildluijs of Onlves- (wi. 'IVxus, nri'lved Monthly night, to spend l»» wc-ek* with her inolher, Mia. c. A. Cnldwcll, tiiui olher rel- utives. Blytlnn'llle pcoplp viteiitloiilng curly Include u pmty of Mr, mid Mrs, Paul I'ryor mid daughter, Molbn, Mr. nnd Mrs. Den Hull, M,-. nnd Mrs, H, C. Owens nnd son, Bnm, niul John Cumllll who left Simdny for Mimlmik I'nrk, Mo. Some will renniln n week while others plmi to fctuy iilAiul 10 days. Mrs. Hilly King, who hn.v Ijoen ill »L her lionui on North 1'rnnklln Street, hns recoveied. Den l.aiitnslilre, t;iin of Mr. mid Mrs. K. 1!. I.aneiishlre, yeslerdny ivcnt, (<i Mnywood. Miss., where lie will serve us n counselor ni Ilio Memphis Junior Cmnp for ])nys conducted by Ur. \v. u. Atkinson, professor of psychology nt Sonth- weslern, Memplils. lie will be there nine weeks. Mrs. accrue Crews hns recovered from n week's illness. Mrs. 15, li. Webster is 111 nl her home on Luke Street, How To Hold FALSE TEETH More Firmly In Place "Do your fnlse teeth nnnoy nnd enibiiri-nss by .slipping, dropping O r wnubllng when you cat. Inuish or Wlk? Jusl siii'liikle n little FAS- TEETH on your [ilnles. Tills nlliiilhie .(iion-ncld) powder holds fnlsc teeth more firmly nnd more comfortably. W gummy, gooejv pnsty insle. or feillng. Doesn't sour. Checks "iilnte color" (dentine brcnth). Get FASTEKm todny nt nnv drnp sl-^rc. The iivc-rugc hoiiseliold iisesclislit lta H ycnr In norninl limes. At the Hospitals Wall* llosimnls Achulttcd— Mrs. Ilsk Miles, city. Wllliun Wnyno 'J'nylor, city. Biulm Mlehnol Fouler, city. Mrs. Wnltcr Hciison, city. Kara .(ID Mr. nnd Mrs. Cnlvln Unrnetl, .oily, n dnUBhler thlb tnoi'llllllr. Horn lo Mr. nnd Mrs. Wlllitin Uenyen, clly, n son yesterday', DIsmliiscd— i). E. Hnwklns. Slccle, Mo. Mis, E, B. llrldgM, city Freddie wnyno Vouch, Mnnlln. Mury Stilton, clly. Iilythcvllle-llosiilful Admitted- Mrs. Wnllnce Enlmiin, CteccoJii, J. M, Fowler, clly. nicMc Yomig, city. Oencll Thomns, cooler, Mo, • Dismissed— N. T. Wndc, city. AAuK* '""'""' "° SPUl>I HitJinrd Ijj-nti Clrantbcrs, Slccle Mo. Mrs. K. I,. Wnde, clly. ' ' lielh Iliiller, l,uxoni. Hlbert lluffmnn, clly. F.'nlln Woods, clly. liobblc Moore, clly. H hns been c.sllmiilcd Hint smnc iinininls In u. 8. iinilotnil totests huvc Increnscd more Ihnn 40 per ceul filnce 102C. FRIDAY, Luncheon Club With Mrs W, M, McKenzle. -v,/ jf. Layfotte May enteiUlnlng vJUD, i ' fired Husbands! Rundown Wives! Want New Pep, Vim, Energy? >i!i »niv >I?i ffo'iim -KSiii rliKf-rSliS'" Al .11 110111 .tu,, ovuriwhot. — Ir IJ OW TO RUIN< DRESSES AND LOSE FRIENDS i I'D Irnjio limv Bomn girls Icwu lliuir fi n-nils mill ruin llicii'drcMM IIITUIISII [ |>t-r«(iinilinii i H | nr ;,,ni B III(.U. And iliMi-.Y, no cmiao for ill h'a imy ,„ KIIVO dresses, ii'ii nisy in xavo friends. UlioArriil, tlictieivcmun deodorant l'»'l-lid|»l.-™ I M'Oiir«rn.,iii»dry llm l ii-iiiiivcfl Ilio odor fnim pcrimirnlion Arriil in mifo and ilonuiiilublo for Ibeau 5 minims: . o »or J. DIII-S lint irriinlo ukln. Does'nol rot drosses or HICM'B nliirlg. 2. Prevails tMnlrr-mm mlnr. Ifcliu 3. A pnro wliitc, uiUUciilic, nlnltilcei craiui. 4. No .wniliiijr to il r y. Cuii Im used right iificr slmvlng. 5. AwnrdcclApproviil SonlofAmrriiroii Lisliliuo of limiHkring-*• linrin, 1C88 to fabric. Duo Arriil regainrly. -. Arnil in Iho Inrgesi Belling [Icuiliinuit, ' «l«ll«lorcS8dlnig toiletg«)tl» — I rue quality is something you can buy l ; or the measure of-qualih' is not so much • . t v^^^^*^ 1 ^'' wliat can be seen as what cannot. The maker who > , . . ,' TF«>» ^My-si-'"!>'-.£• lias kept faith with you through the year* " "*ViS)!!v;VW''' *"' (and tlie makers of Gold Cross Shoe*'have'for over )o years), you can have faith' in, today. There is no shoe worthier of your precious ration coupon. i- f.- -\ * - ,v,^/^. •. jk- ; •mf\\\ ,-."•';»" t>a k' / >• ".-, iY ':.'•• /.W Th. SA...J -: .£" "•^»«*.The Family Shoe Store 312 W. Main Phone 2342 B « J '' A, Sflliba, MrW.'" BUckmon ntia MIsi cira Ue ColP '! c " l( -; lt!llnlll l{ PMt Matrons ani st Pillions with al Jresto 'supper at Sallba home, T30 p. ty '-' Java has thunderstorms' . on an yiangc of 225 dnys every "year, BACKACHE, LEG FAINS BE DANGER SIGN ,<* Tired Kidney. If bulielio a '" '" 1 • H : tin u'mlla o( UJn ° r ' l ' oLw !'° u htae nolion. -.. ... M uiuvu, i "cauiiuLjQtiaDiAy eiart DWJEIJ luclcne IIM, Tlieuinttllo pdnj. \tr nulM IOM |)C(ii anil enci KK Belting tm nteLU, »wellic V^fi''^ui»lcr Ibocyta^ictulachwV" dli; iSSS^il^^, fet'iffiHffiidSS i Villa. Guy .Gca.n'8 SKATING RINK Now 0|icn Tor Summ'er UiK Tent Now located Across From Nu-Way , Laundry , Affernuun and Nite Seutoni ' MARGARET'S WKAUTY RHOP 1M 8. nni Phone 2532 Bring Us Your Beauty Problem* , KTCD|B|< Bjr AppoInUntal Continuous Showi Eterj Day liox Office Opens 1;4 Show smrtp 2:00 . LISTEN TO KLON m. 12:19 pm. «i Thursday and Friday, ' - SHO # ! I „ 'mm ^ w Jffl'" ^ORGftM-HAlEff Paramount News and '.'' Selected Short Subjects '-" ' Roxir 8*1, & Sun. Only Opens each night 6:45; '. itaria V Opens Sunday I'M; SUrii J:U : JuntliiDom Shows Bt\. not 8m. n»r|»ln Night Every Nlfhl Exat* C^J«_J._ • • ' j .' . . No tux* honored on Bmuttj th« Btzy. Thursilay and Friday'"::' ~i mi mm VERONICA LAKE Solicit Warwidc • William ftnurnt Harjaiet Kajes • Porter Ml Franklin Fangliorfl • Er'l'c'B'lorV wrtnn rj N<KM *, Pieston StBtget Selsctcd Short SufiJ«(» " '

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