The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 11, 1945 · Page 5
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 11, 1945
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THUKSDAY, JANUAUY 11, 19-15. RLYT1IRVILI.E COUKIICR NEWS, Coining Events FRIDAY C. B. C.'-Cuk meeting with Mrs. C. J. Litlle; ' ' Mrs. Boycc Moore entertaining G. N. B. Glut). : . .' Mrs. jack Marsh entertaining Initial club. SATURDAY , A.A.U.W. meeting with MIssMar- jorlc Warren,'3 p. in. Bride Of BAAF Trainee Miss Jeanne Morris Weds A-T John William Mistev Miss • Jennnc Morris, daughter o.J Mr. ami Mrs, Harvey Morris, became the Ijrlde of Aviation Crew Trainee John William Mister a! Etytlieville Army Air Field and Pocomoke Citv, Md., in a ceremony performed last night, 8:30 o'clock, at the home of her parents. The Rev. S. B. Wilforcl, pastor ol First Methodist Church, solemnize! the double ring service in the presence of members of the families I nH a few intimate friends. Floor baskets of white gladioli flanked . iwith floor candelabra, placed before the ivy banked fireplace' in th'e living room, formed an improvised nlla'r before which the wedding party stoojj for the exchange of vows. Miss Ann Deen. pianist, presented a program of prcnuptial music, and played Scluil/M's "Serenade" as the. rites . were pledget). Tapers were .lighted by Miss Doris Muir. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore' a dressmaker suit of seafoam green twill v/ith brown accessories and a shoulder, covsaKC of white gardenias. Miss Bettye Rodgers served as the bride's only attendant. Her afternoon dress was of soft blue wool with black accessories and she wore' a corsage of pink carnations. T.C.T. Frank War field-of Bly the- kvillc Army Aiv Field and Baltimore, *Md., served us best man. Immediately following tiie cere- I monyi Mr. and Mrs. Morris enler- I Inined with an informal, reception. The refreshment table was ecn- I tered with a tiered wedding cake flanked with slender white tapers I in crystal candelabra. . , • Later the young couple left for a I hrief ; wedding trip to Memphis before returning here to home temporarily with the bride's par-' | ents. . Mrs. -Mister was graduated from I Blytheville High School last May and how is employed as.secretary 1 to thc.countv supervisor of schools. The bridegroom, son of Mrs. Jack Mistcr : :'and tile, late Mr.'Mister^ol Pocoinpke City,' WHS -'graduated frbrii high [schcsl there and before enter- 1 ing tlie service \ras employe'd as manager of Wharton an ( | Barnard Auto Supply Company' in'that city. I He has r -been .Ktntipned >at -the local- I airfield'since-September.';:'.:::' (Mrs; Kirby Is Hostess Bits bf News Mostly Personal Miss Mrs. -John -William Mister is the former Miss, Jeanne Morris, daughter of Mr. end Mrs. Harvey Morris. Her .marriage lo A. C. Mister of Blytheville Army Air Field .was solemnized tasi night at the home of her parents. Miss Buchannn Is Bride 01 Tech. Scrgl. Hougland Miss Mary Jo Bnclnyinn, dnugh,'- ter of Mrs. John Muchnimn, bcciimu the bride of Tech. Sergt. Lore'u Houylnnd. of Louisville, Ky,, mid Dow Fleld°."UniiKor,-MnliU!, In n ceremony solemni/ed Wednesday afternoon, Jaii. 3. In Bnngor. Chaplain . ,E,.'D, Vise) 1 of Dow Field rend (lie 'double ring service al the post '''dispel al 11:30 o'clock in the nlternobU:'. • A program, of prcmipliul musl was given by Corp. U. Ooodyse, or- pnnlst, nnd Pvt. Vincent I^owe, violinist, who played "Avc Mnrln' during tlie exchange of vows. . The bride wore u Cnrlye orlginn model of wool jersey in mirngc slinrte, fashioned wllli'n swccthcnr neck and soft draping at the hip line. Her only ornament! wiis i slrand of pi'nils, n gltl of"' the bridegroom, and siw wore ft .shoulder acreage of pink rosebuds nnd swceli:eii.';. , ••- '•''! < Miss Anne Hurhuniin served as her sister's mntil of honor wenr- liiB a dress of cerise wool jersey with black accessories nnd a corsage of white carnations. Staff Sci'Bt. Woodrow Blery of Dov/i Field served us Sergeant Hnugland's best man. Immediately 'following the ceremony Sergeant and Mrs. Hoilijlnnd left for n brief wedding trip lo Boston before returning to Brewer, Mnine, where they will mnkc Uielr home while he is stationed nt Dow Field. P.E.O. Has Luncheon'"'' Mrs.,B. A. Lynch vvas hostess to 19 members of Chapter "D" 'of 'the P. E. O. Sisterhood yesterday nf- tcrnooji when she entertained will a liiucheon nl her home. Yellow jonquils and white nnr : clssi were arranged throughout 'tin entertaining loom/;, carrying' Ihe chapter color scheme of white ar yellow. Following luncheon, Mrs. Ha C. c. Liuigslou nnd Mr. and Mre. Q. O. Pool?, returned lust night from Ilulcvllte und. Oveeuvllle, Miss,, where Ihoy fij>ent several days. Mrs. Cecil Shane returned, last nlBlit from Cluu'leston nnd Greenville, S. 0., where she spent Ihe past several weeks with her (laugh ler, Mrs, Tildcn PI Wv|gi'il Jr., and family, and olhcr relatives, Mrs. C. L. Nabcrs nnd Mrs, CUjorgc Moore have' gone to Hot wpv where they plnn to spomUx-rtiy Rlcliivi-rt Ucly.lor imfi'imjjp^il to his home In Mobcrl'y,'-yhw.'.~nf|ci naVIng spent last week hero Attending lo Iho business of Ills father, the lute E. O. Bol/.ler. ' Mrs. John Diichnnnn nnd dii tcr, Miss Aiinc liiiclnunin, have returned from, nnneor, Maine! when they went lo attend Ihe wedding o: Miss Mnry.Jo Huchnnnn to Tech Sci'Bt. Ijoren Houglnnd of Dow Field Mrs. Jnck V. Misler of Pocomoki. Ity, M<L, Is spending several days ere as gucsl of Mr. and Mrs. Hnr ey Morris, lucvlng coiho down c.s eclnlly lo ntlciul Ihe. wedding Ins Ight of her son, A. C. T. John Wll am Mlslor, lo Miss Jeanne MoiTli Ctipt. and Mrs. M. N. Young an on, Ncely II, have arrived fror -cxington, Vn., for n brief vlsl vllli her parents, Mr, nnd Mrs, < I. liuck, Captain Young relurnr o llic Unllcd Stales in Uecembe .ftcr n year's overseas service, an olned Mrs. Young and llielr son | .exiuglon, \vhcrc they luul HUCV icveral moiilhs with Ills parent, yiiplnln and Mrs. Young will Icni iiiiurdny for Miami Bench, Flu vhcrc lie will be In a rest camp l« ji "ore being rojissigncd. Nccly II \vl\\ 'dmnhriiere.for two weeks vvltli l\is ;raniiiiare]ils while his parents are "n.Miaml IJcncli. ' .- . ; - .... j-Mr. 'and'Mrs.'J. Nick Thotnhs\ofv Hopkliisvlllo, 1 , Ky., IIHVO arrived, for a'jvlsil with llielr daughlci', Mrs; Hu.b'erl' Pottor and Mr. Potter. ' • Miss Enochs Is Bnde Of James David Widner The marriage of Miss RosEe Enochs, daughter of -tlie late Mr. and Mrs. Johnson A. Enochs, to Jam es - pavi* j\yi dn er>.. pharma els Is - •ftijte iiuietly . v solenVnized 'Tuesday higlit, 8 o'clock, '.atithe.^tiom Powell n't' 2 •••The -Rev: 'LindlpyVbwell' rend' the .rites ; '.in . .the presence ~.iol. ,a Ismail '"'- Mr. and . Atrsj 't' 2201' Margnict Street. Mi-s. Ross Hughes, Mrs.'W. J. [ Pollard and Mrs. Samuel F. Norris were, guests of Mrs. Harry Kirby yesterday afternoon when she was tlMk Rccess ories an d a corsage of hostess to members of the Wed- I white carnations/•; ^k- I nesday Bridge Club for luncheon' ' "The" b'ttde" wore". a" powder" dress, wi^h black accessories^ a •shoulder buds. •". "*-. Her only ter, Miss Modena Enochs, wore a dress of dusty ptnk blue and who with and bridge. A three course luncheon was serv- jied at the dining table where the p centerpiece was formed of gardenias 'floating in .a shallow crystnl bowl; flanked with white tapers in crystal candelabra. Tiny place.cArds i were- held i in miniature painted 2 holders. • Following luncheon bridge was played, with high score prize awarded Mrs. w. J. Wundcrlich and second high to Mrs. R. L. Stocketl. | Bridge Club Entertained Members of the Town and Country Club met yesterday afternoon with Mrs. C. C. Langston at her country home at Number Nine, when two other guests were present, including Mrs. Marvin Nunn and Mrs. C. K. Wrotcn. High score prize for the afternoon bridge games went to Mrs. Langston. nnd second high to Mrs. O. W. McCutchen. and the hostess '.served light refreshments. Sergt. Jim Brooks of Camp Hob- insdn, jArk:,; served hisvcousiri a: best man. Immediately, following jithe ceremony, a reception was held at the ?owell home. The entertaining 'ooms were decorated with vases of •ed rosebuds, with:the refreshment; ;ablc centered with ai tiered wedding cake topped with a miniature sailor' and his bride.;/ ' ''"',". Later 5 in the evening Mr.. ,and Mj-s. .Widner, .left for_ Memphis for a^biief wijdiling trip^bcfore-'felnr'n- ,ng ;here for n visit' : with relatives Before Mr. wtdncr,repprts back for. diify Avtth the {iayy.H 1 ';; *, - :! •'Mrs. AVidn'eriwhs' graduated'' from 1 Wilson High School, and al present employed iuj.UVe Blythfiviner'phice 6'f;Price A'dniinistrafion! •'->'-! •-'- vTr.'.Widncivspn-of;;Mr. andrMrij.- Jesse Widner, wasr graduated-; frpiii Blytheville High School and : la.ler attended Draughan's' Business' College in Memphis. Prior io his enlistment in the- ; Navy iii'.\i8'42, he was employed .by Lciy \Eioit'.Chev- rolet Company. Stationed;H't;'Peni'l Harbor for the ..pnst, ( tXyo •years, he will return to San D.leEO.jfor reassignment.. : ' >., '-^V 1 ; Read Courier News. Want rids.i ...r •• GOOD SHO1 for girls Keeping. Up With The Men In Service Pvl. llurold llopiK'r, sun of Mr. nil Mis, Tom Hopper of Cooler, lo. has won (he rlRlit to wear the iiKS ii'nd Hoots" of ibo u. a. \rrny Pnrali'oops. He lin.s cinniil d four weeks of Jump trutnlni; ut 'oil Ilcivnlni!. (in., ilurinj; which line he has nnulf. live Jumps, Hit asl it jump :il nliilu in- •olvlnu » combut problem on Innd- ng. * • • Uont. Hnssril 0. 'Mnslcy. son o Mr. mid Mrs. fiyh'«,ti'r Mosley lit) North Klulilh St.. IllythcvlUe onlly comploicd an mieulntloi course dcsliini'd lo biidm- the between liatnlnj; in Hie Htates IUK •ombat soldkirini; ugnlnsl (lie eu- cmy In Gernwny. At nil ulr service cujmmnd i;(n Ion In Kniilnntl, l.Uaitnmnl Mas ey luis iillendi'd u jories a! lee lures Blvtiu by veterans of thl ewvmumd. Meetings Knijihts of Columbus will mix tonight. 1::)0 nVUirk. nt Ihe CiUIn lie Hull, II was jinnomiml todity by the Ucv. J. V>. McDonnell. AI The Hospilnls Illyltiurlllr! ll»s|ilhl Admllled:, fete Ciiivclner, Tyler, Mo. Knuy Daniels, Dell. \Vi«ll!i Ilos|ill:il Mrs, C.''M. lllnytn:k, clly. Jerry Clnlnes, city. Mrs, H, O. Miiuldin. HI, a, city. Worthhigion presented the Found cr's Day program. ' • * * Wrs. Logan Enlerlams Mrs. 11. B. Logan Jr., ciUcrlninc< ncmbcrs of La Ncuve Club Tues lay'night',al her home, when sh ilso;.v;as ; hostess to Mrs. nichanl Jqnev'Mrs. Stephen Thurston nnd Hotel Noble, Mrs. ; RiiF.sell Hayncs Farr' of Ash- r : "AcHvltles/or-thc-16L'hl'Chai)lei--o Ibwn, Ark., hoiiseguesl of Mr. and the Red 'Ci'osV:\vcr.c'..'discussed b; MrsMliiss'GllrFniT.; ,; ; •; T.^.'.'MiM Llinblrci, .. with parUcu'ln" sfBridge was played •throughout ihc' stress on Ihe aid given both' ' filing, with high score pri/e wp'nVJciJi men nnd IhelrlrtrinilUcs. •)}, Mrs. Jones and .second high by ••. Mr. Jaggafd Ih'Slils , brief R.Ti'c' 'r"I\,,i-r-i.>i» • - r. . a .- . Jv. -if.. . s Hear Red Cross Talks H<3fe Yesterday .Miss .. Julia Limbird, excciitlvc .secretary of the Clilcknsawba DLs- Irlcl of the American lied Cross, mid Albert Jaggard, Red Cross field representative nt Blytheville Ariny Air Field, \verc guest speakers al.yesterday's- luncheon mecl- ing of- lhe-:kl\vnnls .Club helil Mi's.' Thurston. !;Tlie hostess served n biursp. ' •• • •••,'•• i i|j-s/McCalla Is Hostess •Miss Mildred Lou Hubbnrd and Mrs. Harmon Taylor were guests of Mrs. Furris McCntln Tuesday night when' she. entertained members of the' DouM e ,O club.for .nn evening of brjdge.-at her home. Htgli-...score prize went to Mrs, Sanford Boone and second high/lo MHs Hubbard. .' A salad course wns served. Business Women Jrged To Help Recruit Nurses Miss Julia Limbird, executive scc- etnry of the Chicknsiiwba plslrlcl, f tile American Rc<l Cross,.. WHS nest .spenker nl the^mectlhg of nonbers of Hie Iluslncss and PrOr es.sloniil SVomen'H Club held Tues'- lny nt Hotel Noble, when she dls- •iisscd the acute nursing situation •onfronlhn! Hie nation, nnd urged hat the ilub do nil in Its power to Dtuxiur<\nc youiiB women lo enter Ihe C'ndct Nuucs coips fal>e also ilusMd the Impoilnnio of cl\ll- ians aviilllng themselves of the viirloiis home nursing nnd first aid courses beliii; oflcrcd by Ihe Kcd Cross, In order to be equipped to help out \\\ emergencies when tvnln- td nurse.s are nol nvnllnlilo. Miss tins Clurrlgus, enso super- vlsor of Ihe Arkansas Child Welfare Division In Lililc Rock, also 11 Kiiesl at Ihe meellnn, nnd Mrs. Christina D, I'lnekney nt (he Child Wi'lfiire Olfire In Ulythevllle, pu inli|i to club mimbei'j some of the pioblims of tiaiispoitnllon for nipiilcd chlldi'i'ii; and club members voted lo .sponsor the trniwpiH'lutltin of <nu' crippled child each month to Little Dock for IrentmcnU Also nppenriiiK on the p'roijrnin vvna Mlsii Mary Eimnn Bihith of Llllle Hock, who told of the crippled children's work now being cnrrlcii out in Arkansas. Ihe lluslness and Professional Women's club will sponsor a long distance telephone cull lo bi) made cncli Saturdny nlyht at the USD by some member of the armed fore- r.s lo his family, wllli the club to defray expenses ol the call. Mrs. J. a. liarties presided lit, tho meelliiR in llic absence of the president, Miss lone Cicorgo, with suv- cn new volul Into the dub included Mis Elftn Sv,(\ln I . ........... Mrs C$nulc*$yl'oi, Mrs Tominie • Fox, Mrs Lljia Mail, 'Miss Ma/ Dlxoiv nrfd Mist 1'olly Wilson WAltNIN'G ORDER 'III (lie Chancery Courl.'CWcla^w- 1)1 pistrjct, Mh'slsjlppj Coiiniy, , Arkansas. Ocprge D Turnlxjw, PlnlniifT. VS No 8915 Fay Turnuow, Defendant. 'iho dcfcnrtiml Tny I'urnbow >\s hereby wnrncd to 'dpnear wlthirT thirty (Iny-i In the comt named In the cnptlori hereof and answer the complaint of the plaintiff George D 'imubow , Dated this 20 da/'of December, I9H. , V ' HAttVFIY MORRIS, Clcik , By Dplts Mulf, P, ,0 „ PcicyA Wilgm, Ally for. pjtf Clnude r C'oojiei, Atty nd Utem Many . Suspect .Cause Of Backaches ' I poiionou en ill«jrUcr ot kidney funeltpn ncnnlU 1 nnUflr to'mnnin In yout utwdi It ' On best home ways to OP I $lni.\ nl^tilaj 6^Y"I T1 Xj lUT^I 1 I tnA\r\ u tiii 1 illume i-lcqu^ul 'or scanly ' jnu-iRii > !ih (.inaitlnR ni J (jurying coanc- ^"LII^"" ^ ' doniDtliiug ftronu ^ItU* Don t wnlll Aitc jour diuu 11 fof Dom« ruin, XL»C<] B Kc*"n]ully l>> iiillllDDB for over •lOiinra Deyujiol ipjiv rclitf nnd will lioln ' I! o Ifl ] lies c( klilncy liitaa II lA oul poVon- oui ivailo from > our Woixl UH Derm's l'|||». Office Training' Slioi(.han<l, i You Rlrls and women who from simple niicmln or who lose so much during monthly periods llml you lire n.ile, fcci tired, "drilled out", wenb'-dii'i} to low blood-iron— Start nt aiica — try Lydln, 1'lnk 1 - liani's TAULLTS— on« ot the greatest f)loqd T lron Ipnles you onu buy to help build i|p rcil blood to rjlvp iiiqru To Got More Strength if You Lock Precious Blood-Iron! ' slrcnrjlh un<l energy—In such otiscS!' Taken us directed — Plnkluun'a' Tablets Is onu of the vert/ licsl lionio ways In net precious iron Ihto"lh6 blood. Jiist try Plnkhnm's Tnblots lor n( Icrisl'SQ days. Then see It you, too, tlon'l remarkably (joncflt; Fol- ! low Inbol directions, Plnklinm'a Tab- lejj mo morlli Irylngl MRS.L.M, BURHETT , 1010 HLirn Vhono 3^70 .... _..„„ ,,.brief*. Inlk f.ljdkc of scvcrrtl Ins'ta)ici;svln whlcl ^jlJ organization hiul .licciV-oti licl a service personnel-.or'•thclir'fam- llji. ^'^ / M( : '':;;V' / -'••' "Guests'"at'the mcciiiij" In nddi- lioh to^,Miss" Llmblfd ..ami Mr. tij_,.Miss", rd'/Xvcrc': J. r>.-,", ...~.~. -. -•--,.-• 'Hioinas of iktnsyllle, Ky., former president the. local '^Cjwn|i!s Club, Cnpt. N.'VYp'ung ',bf Lexington, Va., HoV Ofovcs,. Kiwnninn' of', Joiics- bofo, Pfo,,. .Marshall Blacknrd/and Jiiftge Rolnnd Qrceh, '* s \ , It is estimated a milk botClb 1 . hhs n "life" of ixbout 00 journeys. !as always «>'• i»*.>. GOOD Shoes for Boys! Plain Toes for Dressy I' Prices from lo depending on style and size Durable, good looking oxfords that will give your Young Miss miles of well dressed wears for everyday and "best" . loot These are 100 % leather with cxtva- sturdy. Soles and sanitized linings for retarding perspiration effect. 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