The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 19, 1944 · Page 2
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.? AGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE ' (ARfc.) COURIER NEWS Miss. Bombolaski Weds Sergt. Frank Lavolacci Miss Marie Bombolaski • daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Bombolaski, became the bride of Scrgt. Frank L-avolacct of Biythcyllle and New York'City, son of K. G. Layolnccl of Nfw.York, In 'a.wedding solemnized - Saturday morning at the Church of the immaculate Concep tio>i..f • . \. : Thf Rev, iB. P, McDevltl of Little'-Rock,: formerly of the church here, ,'performed the nuptial high mass at 9''o'clock before a gathering wbicli included a number of •out of town people. ' Included In iliese were the bridegroom's father, Frank La Sala, lifelong frleiid of the bridegroom, and Mrs. La Sala, nisei of New York-. A. M. Rubeck of Jonesboro. district maunger of Southwestern Beli .Telephone Company here where the bride was employed, and Mrs. Rubeck; Mrs.. C. H. Back and Miss Lillian Back of Louisville, Ky., Mrs. Herman • Bombolaski of Memphis, Mrs. J. W. Shcrron and daughter, Mildred, of Luxora. The church,', with Its stained windows . for a lovely background, was decorated with yellow lilies arranged against a.setting of ferns, and t!ie altar had colorful garden flowers for adornment. . The wedding parly entered the church to strains of organ music alter the church choir had sung the nuptial moss, ' The bride,-given in'marriage by her father;, wore a frock of'tin 1 - Qiiolse crepe witii .white accessories. Her corsage was of while roses and carried a white')>rayer book. Her sister, Miss Jane Bombolaski, was maid of honor. She wore a 1 rock of white mash with matching accessories. and a corsage of pink roses. , . Frank . LaSala ,'• came from New York lo serve as best man. Following Jhe rites, Ihe bride's parents .entertained with, an Informal', reception-In' Ihc garden of their home, 1101 Chtckasawba. After several days In Memphis Sergeant Lavolacci and his bride K'lll return here to inake their home while he Is stationed at Blylhevllle Army Air Field. For traveling, 'Mrs. Ltivolnccl .wore a. two piece-frock of Navy sheer with white accessories ' '•.'•'»'.*• ; Bunco Club'Ha S :Party .The G. and B.,chib met Thursday alternoon al the home of Mrs I! c Blankenship when she also entertained, another guest,- Miss Ruth Blankenship.;'-.-.'- ; A. dessert, course was served at conclusion of the card games in which Mrs. J. c. Swlggnrt won high score prize, bunco prize went .to-Mrs. Robert, Wcedman and low to Miss Bliinkeiishlp. . , ''Diiie In The Beautiful SPANISH COFFEE SHOP ol Hotel PLATE LUNCHEON Delicious, Home Cooked ,; Meals. 55c Fosters Celebrate Silver Wedding Dale Mr. and Mrs. Welch rosier cele- braied their silver wedding anniversary last night with . an al fresco party at their suburban home on Highway 61 when'they ehlcrtalncd 41 guests. It was a gay occasion with a number of (he t'liests nt their wedding present for this nffalr. Reading of newspaper clippings which told of their marrlnge, and reminiscencing of the days iii Uly- ihevllle 25 years' ago entertained the guests. The wedding of the former Miss Bill Langdon .and Welch Foster was mlemnlzcd at the home of !!l? brltit's parents. Mr, and Mrs. W. S/ Langdon, oil North Fifth Street. The . Rev. Robert E. I*e Benrden, then pastor of First Methodist Church, performed the ceremony. Planned as ri small, affair, with only 1 -members of the families there, the Grand Leader, where both were employed, closed Us doors and the employes went In a group lo Ihe wedding service ns n surprise lo .the bridal couple.' I. rtoscnlhal, owner of (he Grand Leader where both'long were employed with the former Miss Lnngdon as bookkeeper and Mr. tVxsler us hem! of the men's department, was among the guests present last, night, ulong with several other former employes of that .firm. Flowers In the garden of the Foster home made a colorful set- ling'for the supper .tables. Included In the guests were Mrs. Foster's sister, Mrs. Byron Bartholomew, Mr. Bni'lho.'oniew, inid chll- di-cii, of Memphis. To Honor Ho'uscguests Misses BcUy Jean nmt Billlc Clalr 1 McClcndon of Jackson, Mijw., will be complimented Wednesday jiflernobii when Miss. Sura Grace Joyher will entertain with a coca cola parly. They have been guests n number of limes of their cousins. Misses Sarnh Grace and Alary Lnii Joyncr, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. P. 11, Joyncr. • * • Parents of Daughter Lieut, and Mrs, Joe Dlldy arc parents of a daughter born June 13 at Pine Bluff .where Llchtcnant Dilcly Is athletic'officer ut-Orldcr Field. • The baby hns been named iVfartha Ellen for her i mother,' a former tenchei-.in (hc-'Shawnce school nt -Jo!nciv, • . : • . . Lieutenant Dlldy was athletic director, of BlytJicvnje-TriiRlv School from 1931 IhrougH'lbfl' : ;/ J '? '" • Mrs. Shelby Hostess To CB.C. Club Party Mrs. Alex Shelby, who frequently plays cards with the C. 13. c. Club, entertained Ihls group Friday af- lernoon. Setting for Ihc affair was unusually attractive' with colorful garden flowers'arranged'In (tic living room and tallies, hand painted by the hostess. Prizes also were of Ihe hostess' handwork wilh all of them pictures. Mrs. Paul Byriini won .hlgli, Mrs. J. D. Smith, second high, and Mrs, ,* M A. «6i*^-»s«v<,a'»jC*(J l.mtmottUActtt! sometimes <k> ihii to Wttonsand l/nens because their iciioa is snfanintl/J. Bride of Air Corps Mcijoi Soldier 17 Years, Emil Damon Now Trains For Navy With 17 years of Army training hehlnu him, Emll Damon k now ta'ckllng the ways of the Navy, undergoing "boot training" at Camp Wallace, Texas, the former member of tlic local Nallonal Guard unll is forgetting his old Army way,? and fast becoming a Navy man, anil Judging from a recent letter to the courier News, Is learning lo sling'the Navy lingo around with the best of them. His previous military training Is helping him now for he was appointed sub commander of his' ccmpanv, niid upon the recent transfer, of his commander to another company, became the man In charge of 90 men, which carries with U a.lot. of responsibility. He and Ills "Blue Jacket Manual" are never far apart as he is responsible for explaining and teaching the contents to the men In his company, "ft it wcrc the Army, I could answer a lot of the questions the men ar c always asking me, but being Navy, I've got to learn along with the boys" he lamented. Although he finds It difficult, lo break an affection for the Army acquired during n vCnrS| ), e con _' ceiled that the Nnvy Is a. great place for a young man, and admlls that ff h e were a younger man it would be the Navy for him. MONftAY, JUNE 10, 1044 Mrs. Lewis J. Partridge was before her mat-Huge Friday night, Miss Jean Baxter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence M. Baxter. Major Partridge Is director of [lying nt Blythcvtlic Army Air Fluid. At the Hospitals Wnlls Hiisnlbl Admitted— Orrln Hunt, • Mimlln. Mrs. Joe Freeman, city. Leamon Crawford, III. I, city. Curl Bailey, Manila. Mrs. P. A. Wallnip, Kolser. Born lo Mr. niid Mrs. acidic Hicks, Holland, Mo., ;i son, Ihls morning. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Damon c. Bo?wcll, Cooler, n son. yesterday. Born lo. Mr. find Mrs. Mclvln Boyd, n son yesterday. Dismissed— Olydc Martin, Caruthersvllle, Mo. Ella Sue Qcasley, cily. :Mrs. C. B, Blnnton,'Ml. ^' Mrs. 'E. O. Attanis;''city, Mrs. Ralph Cannon, Sleele, Mo. lilyllicrillr. Hospital Dismissed— .' " . Pauline Husscll, Luxovn. JUanlla Larkin, city. Mrs. M. D. Holland, city. , Memphis Hapllsl llasnllal Adinitled— Mrs. Jim Crafton, city. Mrs. M. E. Cook, cily. . Mrs. Mabel Swlenrt, Lcachville, Memphis nlcllioili.sl-Hospital Johnny Logging, city. Dsceofo Girl Assigned To Duty At Ohio Field PATTERSON FIELD, Ohio., June 13—Pfc. Beatrice Rose, WAC, who 'cceiHly received her first stripe, las been assigned to the Orders nid Directives Section of Ihe Direc- .or of Manpower Division at Air Service Command Headquarters, lore. She is n graduate of Osceola "•Ugh School, Osceola, Ark,, nml lolds a degree In Education from Arkansas State College, and is a nember or Phi Theta Kappa (Hon- rary). Before enlisting i n the WAC, Pfc. Rose was employed by the U. S Employment Service of Blylheville Ark. She Is. Ihc daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Rose of 6]2 Oak Street Csceoln. A brother, Earl, Is in the Niivv. H. A. Copeland, brictgo. A snli\d plate was served with iced drinks. 1 a. fUUM WUHINO mans lot! more r rMiiif to get things white. This •Isdis vctyhitdon fibrio. 3. WITH rv«u you cm •Toidbotlidingcts.tJscJ tt ditccted.Purex whit- ttii £M//f-r\rilh contrflteJ loion. SWcr than in ft. riot bkKhetotextn nib • biag. Linens iuc laagal _ '- fP*P»l'Cola Company, Lont'Mand City, ,V.Y. tVanchised Bottler! Pepsi-Cola Bottling'co. of'BlythcvilU Bits of Mostly, Personal L.irry A. French, who has served Us local agent for Railway Express Agency for the past year. Is being transferred lo the agency nt Pine Bluff. T. w. Klnnrd of Camden, Wl7o will succeed Mr. French, -will arrive tomorrow lo lake over the office. Frank Wagner Jr., went Saturday to Biinkley where he will spend several weeks with his grandparents, Mr. mul Mrs C V Pfelfcr. ' ' Mr. and Mrs. Roy A. Dean, their son. Roy Jr., nml daughter, Elaine of Gainesville, Pla., arrived last night, having been called because of Ihc crllical illness of Mr. Dean's rosier father, J. M. Fbwlei-. They Huffman News < Vvl. Fonnlc Hicks, slalloned nl Sun Liits Obli-po, Calif., is home for a visit wilh friends and relatives. Mr. nml Mrs. Lonnio Moore are visiting Mrs. Moore's sister, iVfrs. Fannie McConn at Elaine, Ark. IM. and Mrs. Chnrllc 0. Stevens of Apalachicoln, Fla., are here for n visit with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Stevens and Mr. and Mrs. Loll. Mrs. Elevens will spend the summer nionllis after her husband returns to 'camp. George P. Swell of Blytheville spent the week end with his daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs W. B. Hagen. Fern Admns of St. Louis Is here for-a visit with her grandmother Mrs. Ella Ray. i^T» relie»e ritsfrew of KONTHIY^ Female Weakness Lrdlft E. Plnklmm's Vesotable Com- pouiid Is mndc ctfcclMy /or women to nclp relieve pcrlodlo patn with weak, nervous, bluo feelings—due to lunctlonnl monthly dlsturbancM Taken rcgulntly-lt helps buna up " the Word is ^ti'^V, ^-jJt — m. V • THE BEST SYNTHETIC TIRE IS U.S.ROYAL me Car'omiers^from «1] over the country "ore" reporting that / the new U..S. Royal De-' Luxe"synthetic is turning in performance Jrecords as.far.'ahead of the_field as the'JJ..S..Royal DeLuxe v was before:the. ' .war—records that often equal _the performance of pre-war.tires>\Vhen you'are eligible.to buy new'tires—get U.:S. Royal. DeLuxo—there is no better tire made. SUV WHERE YOU SIE THE U.S. SIGN , This is the sign'of a local independent V business built on experience, knowledge, .skilled service and products of quality. U.S. TIRES DISTRIBUTED BY LANGSTON-WROTEN CO. Walnut & Bdy. (opposite Post Office) Phone 553 are guests of Mrs. Dean's er Mrs. Bamuel F. Norrls, and family Mr. Fowler, who Is at Blytheville Hospital, was believed Improved today. Misses Sora Grace and Mary I-ou Joyncr have as Ihelr house- eucsls, Iheir couslus, Misses Betty Jonn and Billle Clalr McClendon of Jackson, Miss. Miss Aflnnle Ue Jones has-returned Ji'om San Antonio, Texas where she for Iwo weeks studied piano at plnno leathers' .meeting taught by Richard Mcclanahan concert pianist of New York city, who save lecture demonstrations. While there she also attended a lea and concert given by (he Beelhoven Clul) of that city. En route home she visited Irlends In Clmltanooga and Knoxvllle and was guest of her brother, p. B. JOUM, Mrs. Jones and son, Charles Ed, In Memphis. Mr. tmd Mrs. Ben Orgel of Memphis were guests yesterday of Mr Orgel's father, I. Rosenthal, and family. Mrs. Selma tevy Allenberg 'and daughters, Ann and Kay, spent the Dad's Day Weekend with-Mrs Allenberg's father, B. H. Levy, and Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F. Norrls and daughter, Maureen. Mrs, James Hunt has returned to Cnrutliersvllle, Mo,, after a visit with the late .Lieutenant Hunt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ney Hunt, Miss Rachel Morgan has gone lo Memphis lo spend Ihe week ns guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Davis. Miss Virginia Swearlngen left today for Payetlevllle where she will visit her brother, Herbert Swearlngen Jr., until Saturday. He Is attending Summer school at the University. Joe Ratcllff, son of Mr. and Mrs E. E. Ratcllff, left last night for Mini, Mich., to visit relatives. Ross Dillon Huirhes Jr., left Sat- rday for Phoenix, Ariz., to 'visit friends. " A quartet of Miss Rachel Morgan, Miss Virginia'Morgan, Bill Michael and Joe Morgan, with Miss Mavis Ross as accompanist, went to Memphis yesterday foi' the Tennessee Singing Convention. Cynthia Ann Bartholomew, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Byron Bartholomew of Memphis, is the guest ol her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Langdon and family. Mrs. A. Weil nnd Mrs. H. C. Hall have returned from Baderville, Mo., where they were for several days guests of Mr. and Mrs. J, W. Bader formerly of Blytheville. Mrs. H. c. Hall will leave tomorrow for Nashville, Tenn., for her first stop in ail extended vacation. Slie will be guest of Miss Adah J]. Donoho, formerly Latin teacher in Blytheville High School, who now Li a nun In a Catholic home there. From Nashville, Mrs. Hall will go to Detroit, St, Louts and Ballimore before returning home. Osceola., Dyess Servicemen Are Among Wounded Two South Mississippi servicemen have been wounded In action, their parents have been Informed. | Pfc. William E. Reid of the Marine Corps lias been awarded the, Order of the Purple Heart for' wounds received in action during the Marshall islands Occupation. Private Reid sent his medal, together with several Japanese souvenirs and pictures of scenes In the South Pacific to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Reid of Osceola. George P. Turner Jr., son "if ',Mr. and Mrs. George Turner'Sr,, of Dyess, has been seriously wounded somewhere In Italy. No details Wefe revealed by the War Department. Coming EvenU TUESDAY Double G Bridge Club meeting with Miss Mary Spain Usrey. LaNeuve Club being entertained by Miss Mai-y Adah Robinson. WEDNESDAY -.''.Club Eight meeting with Mrs.' Otto Scrape. . ,'• . Club 8 meeting with Mrs.'G, O Poetz. ••••. • . THURSDAY Mrs. o, W. McCutchen hostess to Thursday Contract Club. ', Mrs. J. c. Swlggart entertaining G. and B. club. FRIDAY C. B. c. Club meeting with Mrs. J. L>. Smith. At the time of Pearl Harbor, our licensed civilian aircraft numbered less than 25,000. Colitis Often Leads To Piles Free Rook—Explains Facts Colitis, rectal troubles and constipation frequently are associated together, sufferers should learn the facts, write today, for a THEE copy of an up-to-lhe-minute 122-page illustrated book on these and associated ailments.. The McCleary Clinic, Elms Blvd., Excelsior Springs, Mo. OUR LAUNDRY PROCESS DOES A THOROUGH JOB! We give no quarter to dirt and germs when we take over yptir clothes and flatwork. Wwtreat fabrics carefully, of course, but we make them scrupulously clean, too. Complete sanitation insures your health. Send bundles regularly because coolness and cleanliness are victorious allies. NjU-WA PHONE 474 BLYTHEVIltE.ARK. ALTERATIONS! Come to Hudson's for alterations of atl kinds. We have three expert seamstresses on duty at all times, HUDSON Cleaner — Tailor — Clothier SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS, properly designed, are renwrnbered always. Our flown are always fresh, and all work Is guarantwd to please. Let our expert dtwtgncra help you with your floral need*. M-D. hniM w « Ml Mr*. J. M. (KM) VlUlmii, Buy invasion Bonds Spend what you save using Shibley's Best Flour. The Gift Shop Modem «nd Antique Gifts COSMETICS BABY GIFTS Greeting. Cards • Novelties 'A Olfl For Everybody bin* Bldf. tbone M54 MOSS BRYAN •^•^•••^••^^•••••••^•i^HMIBV I 117 Cootinnom Showi Eyery Day . B»x Office Opens 1:^5 Show Starts 2:00 ' LISTEN TO HLCN ' >!(• BJB. 12:45 pjn. t;M Last Time Today 'Four Jills In a j Jeep' with Kay Francis anil C.-irolc Lnndis Actual, Invasion Newsreel (Last Showing 'roiiiflit) Tuesday & Wednesday m wm ~ tuNHNoes "• mm 1 mm mm • m mam I ,_ O(M m STROHtlM •--* »t>T»*rf Scr»^T M»yi|-tKUAN HKLV D^Mftd by IFrVtS MlUlIONt -» March of Time ROXY gal. £ Son. Only Opens each night 6:45; starts •) Oftat Sunday 1:00; SUrtu 1:15 CvBUoina Shom Bat. »n4 Sim. «arr><» Nlfht Every Mtht Kxcepi Saiordar. N« ttmt* honored on Bnodmj al (he B«xy. Time Today 'Casanova In Burlesque' • with Joe E. tJroivn and June Havoc Fox News anrt Selcclcd Short Tuesday & Wednesday 'False Faces' wiih Slanky Ridges and Bill ifcmy Seleslcd Short Subject

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