PAGE TWO BLYT1IEVILLE COURIER NEWS MONDAY, JANUARY 22, 1945 ; b * ,'Coming Events '^, •' TUESDAY } La* • Newe Club meeting jilrs Ooleman Stevens, with. Mrs, Doyle Heudeison entertaining Tuesday Bridge Club. Club Eight meeting vi'li Mi. H. G. Partlow. > Mrs,-'Albert K Tajlv. ing Double G Club. WEDNESDAY Mrs W, II Min>ard entertaining Wednesday Bridge Club. To^n and County Club m eel Ing with Mrs. Coinellus Modingcr. Mrs. J. E Stevenson Jr, entertaining ADC. Club. Mission * Study Course at First Presbyterian Ohurch, 1 30 p.'m. Chapter ' D" of P E O meeting Kith Mrs C. S Lemons, 1pm THURSDAY EMG Club ineetlng uith Mrs. Clifford watkUa. Mrs Cecil Shane en(crtalnlng Mid-Week Club. Thursday Night Bridge Club meeting , with MISS Frances Mc- Hattey. Mrs Norman Speck and Mrs. M. J. Angell entertaining Friendly Bight O^ub at Angell home. Mrs Jarnes Hill Jr , v.111 be hostess to Octette Luncheon Club. Fortnightly Club meeting with >Irs' A M Butt ^Woman's Club ha\ Ing cmereddlsh luncheon at home of Mrs Bob Barnes, 1 P-i"Thursday Luncheon Olub meeting with Mrs. Roes D Hughes FRIDAY G' N B Club meeting with Mrs J F Nolen Initial Club meeting with Mrs Lane Kowell Mrs W S Langdon entertaining C. B C. .Club. Miss Belly Anti Edrington Weds .Buren Flannigan Jr. Of interest In Mississippi .County Is the 'announcement'of. the marriage last Monday ; night- of Miss ;driiiBton, daughter of Mr!iig;on or Memphis rrieti red Missouri Couple Married Miss Marvelle Helgle, daughter o Mr 'and Mrs I*M Heigle of Port BgeviHe, Mo, became the bride b Maize Henry Brister, also of Port agcville, in a ceremom solemnized Jan 5 nt Fliet Baptist Church !n Bly(he\lUe The Hev. E. C Brovin, pastor of the church," read the rites In the pieseuce of a small group . Airs. Brister was .graduated pom high' school at Morrllton, Ark , and was A niember pf PI Knppa Tau. Mr Blister, the son of Mr. nnd Mrs' S M Brlsier, attended Port- ageyille High School He my hfc> bride now are making their home with his parents w • • • Daughter Bom Yesterday Corp and Mrs William G Kear- nen are the parents of n daughter born yesterday afternoon at 13ly- theville . Army Air Field Hospital. The baby, their first child, has not'yet been pamed , r f Mis Karner Is the former Miss Marguerite Armstrong of Dell Betty • Ann Eel Mrs. Belly Ed .. md Justus H. Edrington Sr,, ot Osccola, tp Bnren Flannigan Jr,, on of Mr; anil .Mrs. Flannigan Sr. f Lcflchvllle. The ceremony was solemnized at :30 o'clock In (he evening nt First .aptist Church In Wilson with llic .cv. E. H. Hall of Lcnehyille, of- clatlng, A program of prenuptlal music 'as presented by Miss Mqry Ann Hlnnnlgan, sister of tlie bridegroom, the tnpers were lighted ' by Mrs. lugh Do?ler and Miss Mary Slioe- laker of Osceoln. The bride, given In marriage by icr father, wore a two piece dress if ..Winter white wool, with brown necessaries. She , carried n' while prayer book topped with n purple irchld showered .with' stephanotls. Mrs Justus alringtoh Jr., of Wll- 011, served ns matron of honor, •wearing an ice green flannel dress i black accessories, She carrier in old fashioned bouquet of •oses and while gladioli. Thomas 0. Flannigan served as ils brothers best man, and ushers iveio Fred N. Davis of .pViceold nnd Johniile Benrdcn of eachville, Immediately: following .the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. Justus H. Ed- rlnaton Jr., entertained with n. reception «t,the home of her parents, Mr: and Mis. O.' M.' Hill 6r., in Wilson. . . Lflter in tlie evening Mr. and Mrs. Flannigan left for' 11 wedding trip in the Ozarks before going to Washington. D. O:, where' they will mnkc Uielr home. Mis FlnmitEon was graduated from Osccola High School and formerly was employed by -Lee Wilson Company In- Wilson and Armorel. Mr. Flaimlgau, a graduate o Lcachvillc Hlijh School,' was In the Aiiny Air Corps lor several months He now Is working in Washington A large number of out-of-town guests attended the Bedding .c«ro monoy . • ~ ' Celebrates 13th Birthday Peggy Glllenwnter celebrated he 13th birthday Saturday night whe she entertained 20 or her friends a (in Informal dancing party nl " ' home.of her parents, Mr. and Birthday Dinner Given Because David Lnmar Moody was five years old Friday, his mother, Mrs. Hollls Moody, entertained with a birthday dinner In his honor at their home oh Dougan Avenue. A green nnd white color scheme was 'used' throughout Ihe parly. A feature of llic menu was a large while birthday cake, which wns served with ice cream. Out-of-town guests for -the Occasion wore:,£thfr Sergt, find, Mrs, D. W. Hagah of Montgomery, Alii. •* '•'.":' ' ' Celebrates 1i 6th Birthday Vith Dance : Saturday Night Mr. .and Mrs. H. N. Swoarlngen ntorlnlned!nppro;drnatoly fi5 guesls Jnturday nigli't with R dnnce lion- irlng tbelr ^dnugjiter, Miss Virginia , Swcarlngen, on .her ICth birthday. One of'-the largest offices in he Swearihgeu Building oh West Valh'ut, '.Street, was transformed nto; a, ballroom for the evening, vllh a red and while'color scheme, iyihbolib of the approaching Vnl- •ntlne holiday,, curried out throughout the decoratld'as. Vases .of red nnd .white carna- |ons .y,'cre p.tlrnctively arrnngec irqiiod .the rpoin, where dnnclntf entertained the gucBts for sevcra Rcfreslunents .*of .san'dwlchcs cookies r and Iced drinks were -scrvcc .hrougho'ut • ,the .evening by Mrs Swe'arlhfjen, assisted bjf Mrs. George Cross, Mrjs.- : Ll)lle Etelt and Miss ' ' ' •• 'Bisk.""•"•• ' " Bits of News Mostly Personal At The Hpspitals Admltt^cl; Hw*ltal '• ....... Pvt, and Mrs. Clyde Newman and daughter, Fay G, ..of Litlle Rock, spent the weekend here with his sister, Mi's. 1 Enrl; McGregor arid family. Private Newman'is stationed nl Cninp Robinson. Charles Fowlslon of Mount Ver- ijon, N. Y., arrived Saturday afternoon for n brief visit Here with his sister-in-law, Mrs. Daltori O.'Foiyl- slon and family. Mr. Fowlston ils enroute to Los Anseles wliee he onrouto to Los Angeles where -he will reside. J. T. Stalcup Is resting well ,nt Dlyllievlllc Hospital where he un- dervyent an operation for append,!- cltls yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. James C. Hale nn< three children of Marion, were the weekend guests of his parents, Miami Mr.s.' E. A. Hnle. Their son James C. Jr., regained here will his grandparcnls and will ntlem Central Ward Sch'ool for scver'a months. Mrs. W. A. Stickmon and Mis: Cora Lee Coleinan spent the'.wcck end In Memphis as guesls of Mrs J. E. Patterson nr|d family. ' - : Stuff Sergt. Alviii T. Marchbanks 5on of Mr. and Mrs..M. H. March ' banks of 505 "Npi^h Broadway,'lot '. this morning for' Miami Beach, Fill where he will .be in a re'st'camp 'fb two weeks before being reassigned Sergeant Marchbanks' recently re tiu'iied from pttoly after' completlji his 50th 'combat mission,'^and-. amtly moved Friday Jntp the home ncy recently purchased'from Mr. nd Mrs. F- B, Joyner at 1115 West ynlnut. The Nicholsons have been Ing in the home. of Mrs. J. H. Smart Jr., south' of Dlytheville, vhlch lias been bought by Mr. and Mrs. B. K. Van Hooscr, who moved here today. Tomorrow Mrs. Smart imd her daughter, Mrs., Richard ones, and her two sons, Jlni .and Jon, who have been making their lomc with Mr. and Mrs. J. Me/11 Jrooks Jr., will move into the Van looser home at 1611 West Walnut vhfch Mrs. Smart lias purchased. Miss Jane Mcl-eod spent the ,'cekcnd In Memphis with friends. . .^. T. Btalcup, city. ' ' Mris. ll E. Fields, 'Route' 3, city'. Mrs. B. ,C. 'iHaynea, Route 2, city. Q. E. GillemvnUr on Eist Mali Street, Tlie Valentine motif was carried but In the decorations., nnd In : the large birthday .cake in heart shape, ablaze with .red ciindles. . , ' Dancing and games .entertained the guests for several hours, before refreshments of sandwiches' ixnd iced diinks,.wcre. served..,-' t . ,., Read Courier News \Vnnt Ads. Mte'Na'nnle Nunn, city. jaikle|Ai)elii,'dltv'.' •' ' •'. Bom to Mr. nna Mrs. Atthiir Lee Cot\ho'r,\city', a "json' UiU"morning.' Dismissed:'.-' " ' • " _ Cecil Porto Jr., city. Mrs. K. .W. -Wllliami and baby, city. Lots Moaley, city. Marie Mlnxard; t/ctt. ' ' '•:'' JtF&Ua Hospital Admitted: ' " ' Mrs. Alma Erooks, city. Mrs, R. L. Trlmue, city. Dismissed:'' Mrs! Max Wntson and baby, Route 1, city. Mrs. Morris Bailey nnd baby, Holland, Mo. J. JH. Brces, Djell. Mrs. brlie .Stacy, Leachville. Mrs. H. O. Maudlin, city. '• Memphis Baptist Hospifnl Admitted: Letlm iDavls, Osceola. Mrs. Knt« Garner, city.. ecu spending his •1th his parents.. Mr. and Mrs.'W. B. Nicholson al«l furlough here Industry's official ambassador on a 90:day bond sell!r)g tour of America. 'Miss Gwaltiiey^wns graduated froin Ward-Belmont College, Nashville, Teniv, and Duke University, Durham, N. C., where she was active In extra curricular activities of the schools. 'iremen Answer Call •'The'fire'department made a run yesterday afternoon to 110 South .akc but a grass fire already had jeen extinguished with no damage. Men In Service T-4 piaude L. Williams of 218 Nprth First, BIytlieyUIe," has just graduated 'from ,t>\e : special light tirllllery .course at the Ordnance Sciioo), Aberdeen' Proving ,'Grouhd, Miss Gwcijtney In Finqls For Maid of £otip v h Miss Mary Carolyn Gwaltney, daUBhtcr of Mr..and Mr,s.. J. A. Gwaltney of.psccoia,'.'yesterday was named ns .one of the : 15 flha.llsts' In the Maid of Cotton .Contest vvho will appear bsfore the judges .qn Feb. 6 in Memphis when' the winner will be named, Selected from more than 150 .entrants from- U cotton" producinE stales, the 15 girls Included two other Arkansas entries,-Miss Jane .Klimlworth of Earle, and Miss Bet- 'ty Jeanne .Grayson of 'Lit lie Rock. 1 The winner will serve as Cotton Md. T-4 Williams Is the.son .of Mr. and Mrs. Evan-LcSleur.-'of-'Haytl, Mo., and Is married to the formei Miss Wanda Drewry of Osceola.- He soon will return 1 to his : regular station at'Camp P(jlk 1 , l; iai'. '' COIDS'NIJSCLEACHES.PAJNS quickly relieved by Pcnctrb^ Uranilma'B'old-timq muttou Buct Idead^vclopedbymoclcrn scicnoo jritoacountcr-irritaiif.vaporiamg . ing relief.' 26c, double BJio'SSc. PE METRO RICH IN MUTTON SUET Meetings A stated meeting of the Order of Hie Eastern Star will he held to- norrow night, 8 o'clock, at tlie tiall. ' .'••'. Relief At Last ForYourCough Creomulsion relieves promptly because it goes right to the seat of the trouble to help loosen arid expel germ laden phlegm, and aid nature to soothe and heal raw, tendoY, inflamed bronchial mucous membranes. Tell your druggist to sell you a bottle of Creomulsion with the understanding you must like the way H quickly .allays .the cough or you are to have your money back CREOMULSION fnrCoughs.ChestColds.'BroncliiHs HOW TO COME HOME WITH Extra Points! *. * j. Just remember to take that ^| can .of used fats to your butcher. Get 2 red points bonus for each pound. Keep Saving Used Fats for the Fighting Frontl *. *'. * • *! It * * * - * * * *.*•*•* *; EXHAUSTIONS^ Don't let hoatlachcduublc the mja- cryofcxHausti&n. At Uie first sign of pain take CapdJEne;" It ty brines reltef, Aoothes npset by (he pain. .It I iqvjCtl— already ",dis;plY«il —all ready to nct-r-nll ready: to LrJns comfurt. Use only xl. Ipc, 30c, €0c. ' Here's Ration-Free Ham — Bacon — Shoijlders •-*• Spare Ribs — Pork Loins — Pure Pork Sausage ... Meat For Your Family and for the Market! Attend the Duro'c Wednesday, January 24 And Buy Prolific, Easy-Breeding Durocs! (See Ad On Back Page) . Use This Modern'Way That Acts Promptly to Relieve COI6HIN6''CHES1 CO JS Whiten your linens without added weqr! 1. -Don't churn things in your washer any longer than necessary. Too much rubbing by hand also has ofrrosiVe.effect on fabrics. 2. Avoid using an inferior bleach, which may be wiconljolled in action, and over- bleach. This breaks down fabric threads. 3. Whiten safely with Pu,rex, .the bleach .with Controlled Action! Purex is the only bleach made by the Itittafil Process, insuring .uniform "action from every bottle, \vheri'iised according to simple'directions. Cottons and linens come out snowy white! Clinose Your VALENTINES While stocks are new and complete! Priced JOo to 51 The Gift Shop Modern & Antique GtfU MOSS BRYAN How grateful you'll L_,.-- T ... lio« wonderfully'Vicks-yapoRub re- to cold-congested lieves the mean coughing distress of upper bronchial ; c |, cs[ colds, invites the icstlul sleep tubes with its jour child needs so much. Even as you mediciiul ^ lt OIJi VapqUub staris right to work fo help cose fits of cougliing, ,clear the head, relieve congestion and irritation in upper bronchial tubes, muscular "soreness or .tightness. VapoRuS is modem— the external .treatrnent rnpst young mothers use these clays. And it's so etsy to npply—you just) rub it on I-Inferior bleachts, r sometimes union} Irelted, may cause ,i damage like this, j 'Tak.c.nd.cbaacei! i 'Ask ybor grocer [ fur Faccx: it lins Ceatrellrd Attinn. OtNYU TO .V.MMS •THJ CONTROUED.^CriON BLEACH vapori chest ant! back surf aces like a warming, comforting poultice , jtWutfchcstjanJ.back itibcdtimc. , leaalt^ene^rating-stirhulatihg acftipn as ONLY VAPORUB Givrt You the sfe &® jllustrited It s time tested, home provcxJ, the best known home remed) for reheun!; miseries of children's-colds. Mrs. Minnie Snqdgrivss left \Veci- .nesday for Iin.bpden, Ark., .where .she'.will lie the guest of her son John Snpdgrnss nnd' fnmily.' Mrs. Nolcn Bolllnger nnd.daugh- ter, enrol Denh, spent last'week: in St. Louis iis 'the giiesU br relatives and'friends. Mrs. Mary Wright Morrow of Yipsilnnti, Mich., Is visiting, her sister, Mrs. Ira Harris. Mint Graham, who hns been ov erseas for" several yenrs, arrived last week for n visit with his mother, -Mrs. John Pierce ami fnnii- ly. • Mr. and Mrs. Phil Benson have returned to tlicir home In Eisl St. Louis, 111., nftcr having been called here ,by the xlcalh of her lather, ,G. p. Snider. SIKK CHICK, SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS properly designed, are remembered nlwnys. Our flowers nre al, ways Iresh, and all work Is guaranteed to please. Let cur expert 'designer's help 'you with your Jlbral heeds. SHOP F.T.D. Service . We .Deliver Anywhere Ph. 491 Mrs. J. SL (Mac) Williams, owner Glencoe Bid;. Continuous Shows Every Day l!ox Ol'fkc Opens 1:45 Show Sfarts 2:00 • ' "LISTEN TO KLCN 9:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 pnv Last Time Today JAN IE with Jovcc Reynolds anil •lloberf Ilutton Pararno.uiit News anil Selected " "" S'hnrl Subjects Tuesday & WeGnesday EMERG ^y Pepl. has .called upon Arkansas people to construct the iriost important United States . . . NAVAL ORDNANCE PLANT iiililBMIMtf-'.is,.,.^,, i Selected Short Subjects Pepsi-Cola Company, Long Island City, N. Y. Fnmchised ItoUler: I'cpsi-Cohi Boll ling Co. of filytheville AT I CAMDEN, ARKANSAS '/.] Production of newly developed and very essential '' weapon of >VorJd Wai- 2 . ,'. . Let us change your .black outlook to a lighter hue Jby helping you brighten your home. Send us your curtains, slip-covers and other furnishings. W.e'l.l return them so sparkling clean that"you'll .cheer up immeidiatcly! 474 BLYTHf,VlLLE!ARK. TO SAVE OUR BOYS' LIVES! ; I Matinees Sat. & Sun Only .Opens each night 6:45; starts 7 Opens Sunday 1:00; SUrfsl:15 Contihuhus Shows Sat. anc? Sun. Bargain Night Every Night Exctpt Saturday. No passes honored on Sunday at the Roxy. HELPING TO FINISH THE JOB Thousands upon thousands of vital war calls go over the Long Distance wires every day and night. Sometimes ' there's a rush on certain lines. ' When your call is on a crowded circuit .you will help Long Distance keep things moving if you'll .co:Op,cr;ue v when she says, "Please limit your call to >5 minutes." Last Time Today Desperate Journey with prroil Flynn Fox News and Selected Short Subject Enroll NOW! , WILTON, HAGLIN, MISSOURI VALLEY AND SQLLITT (Prime Contractors) GOOD PAY FREE TRANSPORTATION TO THE JOB Tim» »nd half for overtime. Food and lodg- inf STailable on tKe job for \yqrkers at $1.00 per _d»y. Excellent .\yorking conditions . . . Help build this plant so vitally needed by our fighting force*. ''..'. Hiyrin|f on the Spot and Free Transportation Furnished at Every UNITEDSTATES Tnesday & Wednesday WHEN HENRY f KISSES, 1 ^ SOUTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE CO. OFFICE IN ARKANSAS • r** »r» now tnmcil In «n I MtntUat »cUv!ty it joor hlghul tkffl, .<• Mi «pplj-. Men Bmlcr ZI must >iav» mlnor'i rcltase form signed by parents which can be obtained »t Employment Office. ROCKETS WILL SAVE LIVES!
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