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PAGE TOO BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS MONDAY, JANUARY 20, 1945 Coming Events ' „, TUESDAY Tuesday Bridge Club meeting i .Ulh Mri. W. C. Higginson. j Mrs M. O. Goodwin entertaining j El-Monthly Bridge Club. J Double G Club meeting with Miss *i Mary Spain tJuroy. • . . , , ! i .Mrs. G. O. Pocfz entertaining Club Sight. . .-. •. ..H; La Neuve Club meeting .with/ Miss Peggy Wliite. WEDNESDAY '••'••••'; A. D, C, .Club meeting with Mrs. 'William Young. L . . ,.,,'; ••;.;.. Mrs. Fred V. Rutherford enter ' tainlng Town and Country Club. Wednesday Bridge'.Club meeting wllh Mrs, B. K Stocked. .. I Mission; Bludy Course nt First Presbyterian Church, Y:30,p. iti. Mrs Ebb Reynolds entertaining I Initial Club. ,. THTOSDAY , ' Thursday Night Bridge Club '! meeting with Mrs, Willed .". JV.-iw Thursday Luncheon Oi i.« i;.i". !• ing with'Mrs. J: A. Leech. i Mrs. C, F. x Tuckcr entertnliL.,, <^<c telte Luncheon Club, i Friendly, Eight Club meeting with ' Mrs. Hubert Wade. Mrs. J. D. Lunsford entertaining E ,M G Club. ...... 'Mid-Wrett Club meeting with Mrs. M. O. Utrej. FRIDAY j C. B.,C. Club/meeting with Mrs. • Lcndeiinle Fowler. ,. ;< ., > . . p.. N...B., Club meeting with Mrs. ; H, C. Bjahkrhshlp. i ;. Chapter !'N'-' bit P.E.O. meeting i with Mrs. W. L. Horner, 3 p. m. • Miss. EJteahw. lie Mason ; Weds Lielit: L G. Posey . Tiier.miirriage,;0f .Miss .Eleanor Lee ilniori, ^aiigjjiUr. of ilr. nnd • Mrs. GeorSe.E. Mason of'Newport, , Ky,,, lo ..Lieut, t, P.. Posey Jr., of ; (ho tftiifed ptiites Ariiiy Air Forces, i was sblerhrifted Friday night,. 1:30 ' o'clock, In a,coiUileilghi. ceremony ; at St. Jbhhi Evangelical Churc! ' In; Newport.;,... .. •:... The ;Rev.' Harold Bnrkoii, pastor ; o, fthe /church, read the double • ring.cereiuohy In the presence of n . large, number of guests. i . Palms, and. floor standards of while snapdragons outlined Hie chancel of: he church, while white cathedrel tapers In wrought iron candelabra marked tlie places of the wedding party. . A program, of nuptial music wa; given by Miss Gertrude Fisher, organist, arid Miss Soplii'n rinkaski. vocalist, with the churcii chimes! softly plf.yed just-before tiic entrance bf\the wedding party. Miss' Raka-M's selections included "Because-," and "I Love You Truly," while the traditional wedding marches were .used both for the prcce'Eslonnl anil recessional. ' Mrs. K. C. Qurickcnbush of Detroit, - sister of Ihe bridcgrootn, as matron of lionor. She •floor length dress of blue ting sleeves which Illly points over tlie hand. The very bouffant skirt of net, embroidered with seed pearls In bowknot design, extended Into a train. Her hip length veil of illusion fell from n bwidraii of plaited net and orange blossoms, nnd she carried an arm bouquet of gardenias, while rosebuds and snapdragons, lied with while net. Lieut. Chester E. Mnson, brother of the bride, served n.s best man. Bob Chnpmau, August Young arid Wllllivn Hnllnhnn were ushers. A wedding dinner for members of the biidal jrarty nnd n few Intimate friends followed the ceremony, and later In.the evening the •Brents of the bride entertained with a reception nt their home, 1 lout, ond Mrs. Posey left for n brief wedding trip, with the.bride trnvdtiiH In a suit of blue gabardine with n fushla blouse. Her poiviijpo wns of gardenias. They arrived In Blylhevllle lasl teht for a visit with his parents. ; r. nnd Mrs. b. C. Posey Sr., here reccrtinB to Miami ncach for •nfslgnincnt. Lieutenant Posey rc- -ri'llv returned to the United States nflor n year ami n half of service in the Chlna-Burmn-lndln theater of war. Mrs. Callaway Is Honored At Dessert Bridge Friday Mrs. Ray Hnll and Mrs, C. L. Wylie entertained Friday nftornqon .with a dessert brliK'e at the WyJle hqme hpnorlnj; Mrs. Pnul Callawnyi who recently came (o niytheville with her family to make her home. ,Thc Voientlne motif wai empha r sl?^d iii the tallies used and in^lie vn^"f; of red carnations ilscd to decorate the entertaining rooins of the house. Small bud vs\ses of i|le sainc Hownrs centered . each of, tiic five card tables where a dessert course was served before the bridge games. Hlijh score prize for U\c afternoon was won by Mrs. Paiil jobc, ;<rcoiid hleh by Mrs. Paul Pryor, and consolation prize went, to Mrs. Sam Hodges Jr.,' of Osceola. The guest of honor.also was presented with a gift from her hostesses. Mrs. Lemons Is Hostess Mrs. Clinrlcs S. Lemons entertained with an informal "drop-In" Friany afternoon at her home It rpeclal compliment lo her nicer Mrs. Alvin Huffman Jr. Gay blooininj polled plants wer nrrnnged throughout the enlertaln lug rooins a! Die Lemons home. . Following an niter neon spent lr. formally, the 17 guests acre sem a dessert roui'ii! with colfce. • Ediia Gree'nwcll Weds Lieut. E. A. OSCEOLA, Ark., Jan W— The marriage of Miss Edna Pearl GrccnweU, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Roy Grcenwcll of Joiner, to Lieut. B. A,. Hook, son of Mrs Salllc B, Iloplf njid the late J. If. Hook of Osceola, was solemnised Tliuratojr night, nt First Presbyterian C|iurcli with the liev. L. T Lawrence officiating.' Tlie altar wns banked with fern, pahnn and baskets of pink glad- loll, etched In the soft glow of white cathedra) tapers. A program of music wns presented by Miss Jean ptamlller, organist, as the. tapirs were lighted by A. \V. Bowcti and Sorgt. Wlllintn P. Bowen, coxisina of the bridc- BTOOiri. .... Tlie bridal given In mnrrtago by her fntljer,-'worc a three piece suit of paste| pjiik Jersey with harmonizing. Ric.e&f,pHcs, .nnd carried a white PniJ'pr , book topped with piiipje, :,prc]ilds showered with i? Ai|«lJp Hook of Washington. D - P-t '^Itl \Blstc-r .of the brictc- Kroon), eervpfl as mhld of honor, wearing Ja, 1 .tailored suit of pastel blue wlUi niatchlnghnt. Her Colonial boiiniiet ^pas of pink, rosebuds. if. 0. BJya'n', (ipuslti of the brl'ric- served,-as best man. Immed,Uto)y following the cerc- •nohy; Mt-a'ti'd Mrs. Brynii eiiter- "Jnwl "r^piiiKers of tlib Immediate imlllbs' :Bti,'>,,rcceptloh. Tile house was attractively dcc- ralert wi|h vhs'es of cariiatipns tid:Ercen Icrri, .while the center f Uie lace covered, ..tabi'e, wh.s firmed ,0! .ijpd carhatlbnS in h .linicr Iri.tjie. fcvehlntr, Lloiitcnant MJec WilK-imc Ic Rv.'rL '" ISS Wllluuns ls P llc !e Of Lieut I W Rinrl'lnnrl | LlelUl • ' W> D J° rMunc < ' CECEOLA. Ark.. Jan. 29 -Mr; A. F. Williairts ha., muiounced th- marriage Q f her daughter Mis' Jc! " Mariu Williams, to Lieut sweetheart ; : neckline : . .and elbow «f bf mir'nT ' was Jan. i puffs of ,blue ^net and yellow rib-i bohs. She rj . wore ^a;, halo of blue! ostrich plum'es and net in her' hair;- , . . ... . ., . : , :Mlss Jsnet Eniwelller, Miss Ruth Mary,, Kohail .,ahd, Mrs. Ruth Crittcnden^. served ,b's brjdesmald. Their .identical, dresses,, of .yelibw and orifilji. .tftffc^i, and, nijt, iinrt low sweetheart necklines' r arid jiiji blllpwy^.sMrts.^TJhej; cfirried .arm bouquets,,of jonquils and kwcet- peas,..Ucd ,wltn, p'uffs..qf net, nsd ribbons , to match .ilieir dresses. Tlieir. halcfe. of ostricii, pium es and net were hi haniionlzihg yellow and orchid. „,.... ,Tlie jbride; ^iveri In instr-i..'!- hv lier falher, r wore a.fc:i;:'0 -.,!'i;v- dress "of .'.white, snlin f.n'J "•'. fitted bodice was fosliion";! v'.->i) a low neckline and long close fit- ••Ip befojti ^olrig. lo Son. Antonio, "pxns, to hifilte ll^ir libiiie while ^ is s^rilloried there. Mrs. ..Hoolf ^ l n«, trrndiiate<l from ^liawjcc, jyJ/Ifeli Sciir.nl oriil St. ph i^pil.hlys JSchool of- Nnrs- in ..Mqfnp'hls. fifrit, M^qk, ix fjraduato of Hl.yn 6?chrpl. recently rc- Trwi T.rofri . (ivcrsc^ wiicti lie 'm'plclbd.'bo hHlssiohs: Meetings Bits of News Mostly Personal Mrs. George Moore and Mrs. C. L. Nabcrs will return Tliursilay from Hot Springs where they have speiii Ihc past several weeks. ., : Sergt. ami Mrs. Carl Wadenpfuhl will leave Wednesday for ,Slny)TO, Tenn., where-he has bceii transferred. Mrs. Wadenpfuhl hiai beeri serving as public school music, Instructor In Blytheville Junior school, nnd both she and;her, band have b:en active in local musical activities. , .., • Mrs. E. M. Regcnold'ttnd'^irs. Fred Flceman ore- spepdlnif' '(hfee weeks In Hot Springs. , : ,. •, ;',;,, Pic; V/alter collier hni(vfet»iri\(;d lo ' • Camp Btniiillns, Pin., 1 lifter spending n 20-day furlough 'ijorc with Ills father, R. ,/. Cajljer, -«tid other relatives here nnd'ai H\im- boWt, Tcnn. .; : Cnpt. Eugene Hood arriyed Frlr day for a visit with Jtfrs. i Hood and Uu'lr you'rig duugliiipr, before reporting lo Miami nencli'^Fln,, f.qr reassignment. Captain '{rood ,hiis Just returned lo tlib.statca-nfter 17 months of service with [he Ariiiy Air,Forces in the Eoiith Pacific.' Mrs. Pearl jilrcs. retunicij ypsslerr <lay frdhi Union.City, Tciin.l where she spent the- .pasl five.. w.qeKs \Jiih her daughter, Mrs. J. W.,biii)hiand family. Mr. and Mrg. jjunh 'and tlielr son, .Jnmes liirea Diiiiti, liib- toreci her hpjne. , _ /_ . , ., Mrs. .Ira Walters Is IniPtneiBluff for the .funeral, of h^r ibrotHeivln- law, 8. chcnault ,of :I3rlnifley,... Ajrk. She plnns tii return home 1 Wediies- (| ay- . • ...... .1 ; ;,..,. J. A. Leech, la.attending'to b'uai- ncas in Little; Rock.. , ( x ; .;..•" w Corp. Harold B.. Wax},' K ,who I.)B siiendlnB his furlough here With, hla parents lifter. Uvo year?^.overseas service witli tiio t . Mflrino ciprpfs, .was dt^clinrsed .Sa'ttirdhy -.(foin-./Blyyijj: Anhy Air ( P!eld[.Hospl Scout Council Leaders Named A. Carlson Will Servo As Council President; train Vice-Presideht A. CnrLson ot Trumann was named president of Ihc Eastern Arkansas Boy Scout, Council (it tlie an- mml mVoting held Thursday night In. Joni'.sboro. C. l>. Filerspn of Jonesboro elected honorary > president, other of/icers Instnllccl were nnd Otis of Wabash, J. H. Grain of | Wilson, VV. W. Siiarpc ot lirinkley I and Dcwey Moore of Helena, nil " ' D. 13. Aycock of County Baptist Group Installs W. M. U. Officers .Mrs, L. G. Miller of New Liberty Baptist Churcii was Installed as president of the Women's Missionary Union of Mississippi County at a meeting of the group held Friday nt Manila Baptist Churcii. Other officers installed at the same lime were Mrs. O. N. Hunt of Manila, associate president. Miss Lucille Fondren. of New Liberty, director of young people's work, and Mrs. H. 'H. Brooks of Blytlicvllle, secretary. Mrs. Hunt, retiring president, served as installing officer. Committee chairmen appointed, by Mrs. Miller Include Mrs. Bray of Lcachville, chairman of mission study; Mrs. M. E. Wiles of iilythe- jie wliere Joc Clay YOUIIK ol Jonesbor, treasurer. . ... • Eric Rogers of Jonesboro and Mr. Carlson were named National Council rcurosontiulves;, Worrt Ak- brs of .Jonesbovo reelectod . Scout executive, wilh \v. ,v. James of Osceola and J. D. Martin ot Helena as assistants. ... . .Approximately 150 Boy Scout leaders and executives from Eastern Arkansas attended the mccl- Ine, originally scheduled ,to be held in Blytheville nnd later traasfcrrcii to Jonestoro because of, the splrinl meningitis iliront In this pquiity. .Attending from Blytheville were Q. P. Rainey, who took part on the pronrnm, the Elev. P. .W. .fjash', Phlllji J. Deer and RiisscH Phillips. s OF WACs, WAVESan/iSPARS .fHelen Louise Willis, 23, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Willis of DeerlnR', --Mo., has . enrolled - rit the Naval Training School (YeOr man-W) at Iowa State Teachers College, Cedar Palls, In. Ether was not put. into any practical use until 1842, Dlthough.lt was discovered/In the 18th century. Diytheviiib Hp'spilai.,.. „ .. ,Capt. Roy Harper, who is sUlion- bil nt Colorado Springs, Colo,, «r- rivrt! this jiionilng for. a visit of 16 days with relatives here and In Cn- rutliersvlHe. He joined Mre. Harper, ha's, been vtsHlhg her wothbr, c, hospital ins of Manila, orphans 'home chairman; Mrs. W. A. Bowden of Joiner, pianist. .,. ... Blsty two women representing so- cooties throughout th e county at- tende<| the tfll day meeting, when Ihc New Liberty, Church .was In chiirgo of the program oh "Prayer", Participating.where tors..6 L McNair, the Rev. -I,: c. Miller, Mrs E. II. crook,. Mrs. H. J. Fondren, Mrs. J. V. pierce/Miss,Lucille Fori- di-en an ( | Miss Elizabeth Pierce'. The host churcii. served iuiich- eon during the noon hour. • Memphis l!a;illsl Ilospllal Admitted: Mrs. Hoy Johnson, Kclscr. Harold Marshall, city. Memphis Mcthorilsl Hospital Admitted: Mrs. J. R. Clayton, Wilson. Scouts To Take Charge At USO Center Sunday Sunday. Feb. 4, marks both the third anniversary of the organization of the USO ana the 35th birthday anniversary of the Boy Scout movement. In celebration of their joint birthdays the URO has offered Its facilities to the Scouts /or the af- ternrjon, with the boys to have full charge of nil activities. Parents of the Scouts will be special guests, with definite plans for Ihc afternoon's program to be announced later In the week. . There are 8GO different languages spoken in the world. At The niytheviiie llospiiai Admitted: Claude. Duncan, city. - , Mrs, Lloyd French, cHy. . Mrs. C. 51. Wlilstle, Manlin. Linda buy VVobldridge, Rt. 3, city Dismissed: • .. .;•...... Mrs. Marlon McClanahnn and baby, cily. Verna Louise Morton, city. Mrs., Mary ,M.inyard, Dell. Shr'nli Smith, city. n^' 'i'l' '•* Relieve Miseries of Your BABYS COLD As He Sleeps Now most young mothers use this 0 mod ci a way to relic ve t miseries of a child's f' X i?5"-iJ'l col J. Eycn ns you rub L_— b*i»s, iton.VicksVapoRub sfarls to soothe irritation in nose and throat, loosen phlegm, ease coughing. Then, as baby sleeps, VnpoKub . . . he has been undergoing; tfcftjrh'cm Mrs. A. M. Butt for the past, sev- ?„„ ..^i^.^ ,_ui. ..t.iiir: L'^ i'--. y. ftl wec k s , . ft ii(i W h 0 will accoih- pnny him back to Colorado Springs. .Anne White ah ( | Jano : Adams of Osceola spent tlie weekend here as A mcflllng of the olivet com- 'andry No. 20 F. & A. M., will be •old. tomorrow, nloht, 7:30 o'clock ' the hall. Tlie KnWils Tnrnpiar '"erce will be conferred, ft wns nmiohc'ed by Raleigh Sylvester, ommandcr. . •\ mpcting of, the Lone Troop wclntlon .will, bn held tonight, 8 'clock, n t the Little House. --» . More rilckel wns used by the steel "difstry !n 19U than by any other "Inijlc user. for malaria with wiiiciij ,he was stricken following. hls L orjrlyai here. Corpornl. Wood will reporl.-.lo Par- rls .Island, S3. C., for renssignrhent. Mrs. K. C. Qiiackcnbusii of .IJCr troit is spending three .weeks herb as .the piest of her phrenls, Mr. and Mrs. U C. Posey ,8r. ; .. ••/,. • , Mrs. J. N. Smothermpti ;:urider-. voiit nn owrntion liiLs mbrnihg at' Holly iStreet. ; Walls Hospital. • ' ... -:.'-'':•. '- ' Mr. and Mrs. L. (X-Posey^Sr. hn.ve an their guest;. for Jo,, brief lime. Lieut. Chester E.,,Mii5pri,of r. and Mrs. Aubrey Conway. Mrs. Spcnc'er Alexander is able to be but otter having been ill for the past ,weck at her home on Admitted; Lawrence Matthews, Stcele, Mo.- Lavernia HeiUey, LeacHvUle. " Auvcrn .Connelli-, clly'. .1. Mrs. tawreribe Foot, cilj Ann .Kellick,,, city. Donald sledge,' Steele, ilo.' Frank,: Williamson, Tv'ler, Mo. S. il. BevUl, jit.,2; city. .... Mrs. J.. N. Smothermon; citr L. M. Moody, Dell. Born to Mr. and Mrs. J. .D. .McNair, Burdette, a aon this morning. Dismissed: ...'•', . . , Mrs. J. L. Lewis, Charleston, Mo. Morris Bailey, Holland, Mo. GET AFTER ,, ,..-.-. With a Medicine tbil will Plate Itsilf Newport Ky 'whp l|.,enrDuto,,to rt yMi Eutfo^'fiom.rheumatic pain Miami Bwch, .-Fi^ ; ;for iicassiga- -ft-muscular aches, buy O2223 toda' ment. nftcr. Ecr.y.lce .In. t '""'--' - ' IJurma-tndin tlieatcr.df to upper bronchial tubes with its special' .,,^ •*-,/- -. rhcdicinal vapors. ~* i ". ' J W^tf, ._ chest and back surfaces liken warming poultice. "^V*-// tff* Often by morning most of the misery of tl IE cold is gone. He member, Mother... ONLY VAPORUB Gives You this spc- cial double action. It's time-tested, home-proved ... the best known liotne remedyforrclievr k *m r-t mr *4 ing miseries of \/| CK5 children's colds, ir VAPORUB Cjpudinc relieves headache fast because il'i liquid. Ms in- Etedionts are already diuoWcd —all ieady tt> begin euing tha pain. It also sooThcs ncive len- an due lo Ihc pain. l/!2 liaidlicctcd, 1.0c,30c l 60c, REF^GERATORS and REPAiRED 321 EAST MAIN City Radio Repair v , ACItOSS FUOJI LILLY STREET Mrs. C H. Whistle :.of ..^hisile- vlllc Is undergoing treatments ,at . , oday for real pain-relieviug help. 60c, $1. Caiitlon: Uso only as directed. First bottle purchase price is refunded If you are not satisfied. Get C-2223. UFE & ACGfDENT •INSURANCE CO. Relief At Last For Your Cough •• Creomulsion relieves promptly because It goes right to the seat of tha trouble to help loosen and, expel eerm lacicn phiegm, nnd aid nature to soothe and heal raw, tender !n. named bronchial mucous membranes. Tell your druggist to se)l you n bottle of Crcomulslou with the understanding you must iite the way it quickly allays the cough or you are to have your money back .. ; • GREOMULSION •r Couehs, Chest Colds, Bronchitis Gity Automobile Litehses Are Due By FRANKVVHITWORTH City Clerk SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS properly designed, are remembered always. Our flowers are always fresh, and all work Is fwn.ruccd to oljase. Let our expert designers help you with jour floral needs ^ FLOWER. SII.OP „. .» '-T.B, Serrie*, Wc n«Hve'r'Anywhere J^IK^PL 1 *• |M "' -WltthlHisi. owner bienewi Bring 8fr In Fbr Hudson's New 4H E 'DTTT KVI Here's a CASH' AND CARRY Service designed especially for those of our customers Who're in a rush . . . Arid the garments handled on a 24 hour basis R^CEIEVE THE SAME CAREFUL HANDLING, ail cleaning receives in our modern' plant! Better Dry Gleaning Need Cost Nb More Cieaner-Tailor-Clothier E. H. FORD, Representative —Phone 2811 20S Lynch Bid?. Don't throw ANYTHING Oiii- Goveritrncnt hris asked us to conserve everything old pilfer, copper, brass, iroii — and— wo add our suggestion :— lot's save oiir oitl clothes. It's nmazmg to us how many old garments crin be cleaned, remodeled slightly aiul made into really desirable weaving apparel; Don't throw anything away until you talk to us. We'll give you our honest, unbiased advice as to whether or not the garment is worth cleaning. Nli-A PHONE «4 BLYTHEVILLE: ARK Extra red points can help so much. Get 2 red points for each pound of used fats you turn in. Keep Saying Used Fats For the Fighting Front! Office Training Shorthand, Bookkeeping and Typing MRS. L. M. BURNETT 010 Heani Phone 3270 Continuous Shows Every Day i!ox bfficc Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 9:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 pn\ Last Time Today fdr the Boys with Cai-men Mir;uida anct Micliael O'Shea Paramount News and Selected Short Subjects Tuesday & Wednesday If It's HARDW- We Have It or Can Get If If It's At All Obtainable! HUBBARD HARDWARE CO. "25 Years' Contmucus Service" Complete Super Service Station! GOOD.RtILP O.AS ANI) OIT.S ... GOODU1CH TIRES . . ..>VASiUNG,. . . UJHRfCATION . . . TIUR REPAIR ... ROAD SERVICE. We arc never loo busy to appreciate your business. BLAN HEAtH W. M»tn AUTQ AND HOME SUPPLY Blalinccs Sat. & Snn Ouly Opens each ni^hl 0:45; starts-7 Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. and Suix Bargain Nighl Every Night Except Saturday. No passes honored on Sunday 'at the Koxy. Last Time Today Matrimony with Monly Wooley and Gracie Fields Fox News and Seleclcil Short Subject Tnesday & Wednesday Double Feature A WARNER BROS. HIT . CRAIG STEVENS • FAYE EMERSON liM IISHlt • CIMlitlMi • Ktill RIMIIt DiKdtd by BEN STOIOFF Screen Flay by Raymond L, Schrock ,P

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