The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 5, 1944 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, July 5, 1944
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f AGE TWO (ARK.) COURIER JflBWS Parties ComplimeiU ' Miss Stevens, Fiance Miss •";. Ma'rjorle Stevens, whose maritage to Capt. William N. Norton 'will be solemnized tills .afternoon, 6 o'clock, st First Presbyterian OSmvch, was guest of honor Monday night when Miss Margaret Holland and Miss Doris Jtfiiir ejilerlnlned with a mfscci- •Ja.neous -shower at the home of Mrs, :H. H. Houclilns, aunt of Miss Mulr. Miss-Holland and -'Miss Muir will serve as bridesmaids In the wedding. Gay colored fearden flowers were nrronged throughout tlie entertaining rooms, where the 20 guests z-pont; -several. Iwiir.s hemming ten towels for the honoree. An assortment of miscellaneous Blfts were presented Miss Stevens befbie the, assisted by Mrs. Houchlns, seived a salad plate with Iced drinks, , Miss Stevens and Captain Norton again were cnmrdtmented .last night .When Mr.-, and Mrs. Rasn Stevens, parents of the bride-elect, entertained members of Die bridal party at , n rehearsal dinner at Hotel Noble. The one large table at which the 19 guests were seated, was arranged in the Blue Room. : A; pink and while color scheme was-carried out in the centerpiece formed of gladoll, carnations and stephnnotts, arranged In a crystal bow), and flanked with slender pink, tapers burning !n crystal candle holders. The same colors were used In the handpaluted place cards .marking the places of the guests. Immediately following the three- course dinner, a rehearsal was Mfl at Ihe first Presbyterian Church. • .* * Service Guild Has Meet Wesleyun Service Guild members met last night at the First Methodist church, when Mrs. D. G. Hlndman was guest speaker for (he program, using m her topic, "Medical Work..In.Africa." Miss-Mary, Hubler gave a brief report of her trip to Jonesboro, where'-.she attended the district meeting of the Guild last week. The Rev. and Mrs. S B. Wllford were presented With a gift from Ihe group In- commemoration of their 25th wedding anniversary which they celebrated yesterday and a bridal game was played. During the social hour, Miss Mubler, hostess at the meeting served light refreshments. Mrs C. E. Patton of'Luxora was nn out-of-lown guest v • • • Mis, Barham Is Hostess Mrs. George Barliam \viis hostess Observe 50th Anniversary Mr. find Mrs. W. H. Barber of Holland, Mo., wlw celebrated their golden wedding tinnlvcr.snry June 24, with a dinner dnncc nt Hotel Peatwdy In Memphis. Attending the party were several of the couple's 10 sons and daughter. . Vliss Grimes Is Bride Of'Pvt. Joseph Carey Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Grimes of West Memphis formerly of Blytheville, have announced the marriage of their daughter, Miss Junnlta Grimes, to Pvl. 'Joseph Daniel Corey of Philadelphia, Pcnntt., nnd Fort Rlley, Kans. The marriage wns quietly solemnized May 24 at the Grimes home In West Memphis with the llcv. A. N. Story, pastor of First Methodist Church reading the vows in Hie presence of only the Immediate family, \ The bride, who wns unattended, wore iv tailored, dress ot yellow crepe wllli while accessories, and n corsage of white gnrclonins'. A graduate of Blylhevllle high school, Mrs. Carey has, for the past two years bcnn employed in Detroit, and SI. Louis. Private Carey, (he son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Daniel Carey of Philadelphia, only recently returned from two years service In Alaska iiiul the Aleutians. Mrs. Carey now Is with her parents until lior Inisunnd receives a new assignment. • » • Business Meeting Held •Members of the Executive Board of the Women's Missionnry Union of First, Baptist Church met Moii- to members of the Missionary Study day afternoon at the church tU Gioup of Fiist Obrlslmn Church; 3:15 o'clock, Immediately preecdinc Monday afternoon at her home on "- -' ' ' • • Heain street, when two oiil-of-town guests also were present. They were Mrs. C. !_,, Moore and Miss Fan Nicliol, both of Osceola, hou£=gur>st.s of their sistei, Mrs R C. Rose, nt Roselnnd.. Garden Jloaers were nt- tracllvelyi arranged throughout the entertaining rooms of Hie house. Mrs. Rose was in charge of the devotional on the topic, ' Beside the Still Water—The Shepherd Leads" using as her scripture reading an Iiifunn version of the 23rd Psalm. Mrs. .W..D. Cobb snng an Indian song, "Dakota Hymn", and Mrs Rose closed her devotional with prayer. the general business meeting iif Ihe organization, •In the absence of the president, Mrs. Ebb Carson, the meeting wns presided over by Ihe vice president, Mrs. H. II. Brooks, who led the group In repeating the watchword of (he year. The opening prayer was given by Mrs. Kemlell Berry, followed by the devotional on "Giving Our Best to Our Master," Given by Miss Sarah Frances Rowland. Mrs. Walter Bishop led in prayer, r.tter which the usual reports were filed and recommendations of the executive board acted upon. The closing prayer was given bv Tiie program on the topic, "What M™ TV™, 7 \ " of. the Indian Americans", was in ' '" Jnckson charge of Mrs R s Batrd, who con- ~ ducted a quiz on "The Mystery ol the Indian", followed by a playlet ' Indians. Talk It Over", when she was assisted by Mrs J. C. Ellis Sr Mrs. Cobb and Mrs L A. Moore. ' The meeting closed with the missionary benediction, nnd during the social hour Mrs Barham served refreshments, "when each plate bore a tiny Indian tepee and an American flag. <- i~ Methodist Women Meet Members of the Woman's So- cie_ty of Christian Service, Lake Street Methodist Church met Monday afternoon at the church for a business meeting presided over by, Mrs A. L. Reagan, vies president. Mrs. Bates Sturdy gave the devotional, followed by a soil by Mrs Iverson Morns and a poem read by Mrs. : Harold Cavasher. Prayer v,as given oy Mrs. Sturdy and the meeting K« S dismissed «ith prayer by Mrs. George Crews. Twelve members were present, Including one new member Mr<s' Cavasher. " Red Cross Worker Here Attends Training Course Miss Julia Limbird executive secretary of the, Chlckasawba District of the American Red Cross, left vcstcrdny for St. Louis where she will attend a Red Cross Training bourse to be given nt the Coronndn Hotel for the next three weeks. ' She plans to return here July 26. During Miss IJmbird's absence emergency night calls will be taken by Mrs. W. W. Shaver of the local Red Cross office, it was announced. DANCE Thursday — Friday — ;And Saturday Nights '<9:30 to 1 O'clock 1 In the Beautiful Blue Room I -;r of the 'HOTEL ifpBLE r 65* Ind. TBI Bits of News 7 personal Mr. anil Mrs. H. .E. Hnvnctl have returned from Union Rouge, La., where they spctil 10 days ns ^uc-sts of their son, Edgad Bnrnutt nnd fatally. Mrs. C. L. Wyllc returned Monday from Arkiuletphla,. Ark., where .she nccompnntad her mother, Mrs. J. R. Callnway, lo hoi' home. Mrs. Onllawny had spent .several weeks here ns Die EUcst of her daughter nnd Mr. \Vyll_e, ami her .son Pawl Callnwny. Donald Hlcktnim lias rcUirned lo Arkansas A. & M. College, Monticello, where he is a student under the Mavy V-12 program, ntlcr i< i visit here with his mother, Mrs.' E. 13. Thomas tufc! Mr. Thomas. Mr. nnd Mrs. M. .'!' Moon Imd ns their guest. 1 ; during the holiday wcckomi their son, J. Morris Moon and Mrs. Moon of Evansville, Hid,, who came especially nl this thiic In order to he with Mr. Moan's Eisler, Mrs. W. P. Cc.-Jley of Sllotim Springs. Ark....u'lio, with her two children, David und Carol, lins been noon for a brief visit here with her mother, Mrs. S. P. Crnfton and(other relatives. They, with other numbers of the Crafton family, \ will leave Friday for Conway, Art., where they will attend a fainlly reunion. i Chief Yeoman Russell ReinmSUer of Charleston, S, C., will arrive ',to- nlgiit to spend his leave here wYtli his mother, Mrs. John RelnmlHer and his sister, Mrs. J. C. Ellis Jr., and Mr. Ellis. He will tie accompanied here by his brother, Jimniy Reiumiller, who has teen his guefcl for the past two years. '. Gobrge PfcufTcr Jr., of Louisville, Ky., has gone to Memphis Do Join bib mother for a visit tlieifc with relatives, after spending a week licrc as the guest of his wide, O. W. Coppcdge and family. Hlrf sister, Suo.Pfeulfer, who also is visiting in Memphis, will arrive Friday for n visit will! Mr. and Mrs. C/appedgc mid thcli- sons. - . , Mildred,Anne Short and Kathcr-i Ine Westbtook arc sjxwdliig several' dayB In Milnphls with Mrs. T M ' Short. \ , ;-,. • J. A. Purvis and granddaughter, Dorothy Pur-vis, of New Hebron, Miss., arrived Saturday to spend a week here sis'guests of Mr, and Mrs. n. B. Purvis, and daughter, Miss Bobble Anne Purvis. Mr. and Mrs! Lloyd Wise had as their guest during the holiday weekend, Mrs. Nell Honsler of St. Louis. Pvt. Gene Ford, who has been transferred Irom^Camp McCIellan, Ala., to Fort Mettde, Md., left yes vlslthif; her for the past ID days. Mr. and Mrs. Moon nlso Visltctl In Carnlhersville, Mo., n;; [jucsts of her unrciils, Mr. nnd Mrs.. Everett. Rcnve.s. Mr. and Mrs. Lay Welch .spent to- tlay in Meni]iiils where they nii:t Mr. Welch's sisters, Mrs. W. R. Craig and -Miss Theoda Welch. lx>th of liazldiurst, Miss., who will be their gucsls for several days. They plnti lo remain In Memphis tonight to attend the MOAT iier- fonnantie ot "Maytinic," Mrs. E. M. Rcgcnold of Armorcl is spending several (lays in Wilson, Aik,, us the guest of her mother, Mrs. M. T. Moore. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Criggor Jr.. accompnnlcd by her brother, Dr. John Allison and Mrs. Allison of Chicago, spent today in Memphis ns giirsls of llielr sister.t Mrs. C. J. Plcetwoort and Mr. Flcntwocxl. Mr. rind Mrs. Freeman Robinson were called to Kiipxvlllc, Tenu., enrly this morniiiB ' l>y the death of her father, S. C., who died at his home there following n lengthy illness. Mr. nnd Mrs. Robinson will remain In Knoxvjlle for several dny.5. Loub Lynch, a student nt Castle Heights Military Academy, JLcbtm- on, Tenn.. spent the .holiday week end here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Lynch. Mr. and Mrs. Adolphc Heinlcke of St. Umis, arrived yesterday after- HOTEL NOBLE —featuring the piano music of Miss Cornelia Adair of Boston, Mass. REQUEST PROGRAMS during luncheon and dinner. WEDDING FLOWERS FLOWER SHOP , F.T.D.Servlw, Ph. 491 Mw.J. M. <M«) Anywhcre owner .Bld e . WEDNESDAY, JULY 5, terday forithat place after spending n brier furlough ;heii> with hla mother, Mrs. Sallie ford and family. Mr.;nnd Mrs. Dewltt Ford and Infant son, Larry, also returned yesterday to their home Jn fietrolt, after a visit here with Mrs. Sallie 1'ord, having come especially to be with Private Ford. ,Mrs. Imogenc MoFarland spent yesterday in Slkeston, Mo., as the guest of Mr. and Mrs, W. M. Mc- Farlflml. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Barham and daughter, Wanda Leah, and Mr and Mrs. 0. H. Wallace and son, Dan, have returned from a week's trip lo Kaclne and Lake Geneva, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. B, F. Brogdcm Jr., are In Memphis where Mr. Brogdon underwent a goiter operation'Mon- day morning. Pat O'Bryant returned honi last night from Memphis where he has been undergoing treatment tn: icv- cral days because of a kidney ailment. , Mrs. 11. \v. Wylie 1ms returned to her home from skaller's Clinic where she has • been undergoing treatment for several days.- ' Mr. and Mrs. Bert Lamb and Mrs. Una Hess spent the holidays in Eupora, Miss,, as guests of Mrs. Lamb's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hopd, Condition of R. A. Baird of Mor- rllllon, Ark., fotlier of Mrs. O..N. Hawkins, who Has been 111 for several weeks at his home/ has be- conje critical. Mrs. .Hawkins is in Morrlllton with him. Miss Catherine Ford has returned home after 11 week's visit In Wilson, Ark., as the guest of her cousin, Miss Pauline Hodge. Shirley Anne Humphrey returned home yesterday'from Rlpley, Tenn,, where she spent four weeks with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Stewart. Charles Lancslon drove to Louls- yllle^Ky,, Saturday, where be Joined hl«-»ife and sou, charies Jr., who had spent two weeks there and at Bowling Green a.? the guests of relatives. Upon their return home yesterday, tliey were accompanied by Mrs. tungsten's sister, Miss Barbara Dukes who will be here for an Indefinite visit. Mrs. T. H. Barton of El Dorado wa.s here last night, having accompanied her husband Colonel Barton who spoke here In behalf of his candidacy for the U S Senate. <Pvt. Grady Ooff, who has been stationed at BAAF for the past two and a half years and who recently was transferred lo Bangor, Maine now Is in the hospital In Bangor for a minor operation. At the end of four weeks Private Ooff expects to be transferred to a California post, where his wife, the former Miss Irene Dial and their Infant son, Garry, plan to join him. Mrs. Key Hunt Is visiting In California and Texas for several weeks Johnny -Logglns has returned home from Memphis Mefhodlst Hospital, where he recently underwent an operation. m s mother, Mrs. R. L. Loggins returned with him. E. M. Regenold, Meyer Oraber and Pred Fieeman are spending several days In St. Louis Meetings Chickosawba Lodge No. 134 F. & A. M:, will meet tomorrow night 7:30 o'clock, at the hall, when the master's degree will be conferred it was announced by Dewey Gentry, worshipful master. Picnic Postponed The picnic supper -planned for Thursday night on the lawn of First Methodist church for members of the Ladles Bible Class of the church, At the Hospital* Blylhevllle Hospital Admitted- . ; Nancy 7fall, Sleele, Mo." Bobble Brf.nlon, city. Annie Mae Thomas, Osceolo. Elizabeth Brents, Luiora. Mrs. Alvln Wells, Liixora. Opal Welch, city. Dismissed— Mrs. Lynn Dooley and baby, city. Mrs. L. I. RlcliardBOn, .city. '/ Will Maxwell, city. .• . Mrs. Hbsa Marlon, Bragg city, Mo. Kochler Blankenshlp, city. Gertrude Hoover, city. Walls Hospital Dismissed— , Buddy Bostlc, Steele, Mo. Mrs. Cobe Bowers, Dell. Mrs. iVleri'in Gllless, 'city. •' Annie Mae Smith, HornersvlUe, Mo. *ft«Jl L. B. Browner, Luxora. ^^ Memphis Mclhmlist Hospital Admitted- Charles Hitch, city. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Bill Scott, Osceola, a son, has been indefinitely postpond due to the critical illness of K. A. Balrd of Morrillton, Ark., father .of J Mrs. O. N. Hawkins, class president:-. f Tortitvtdittmsef JHpNTHtf' Female Weakness (Aho fine Stomachic Twlc) ^ Lydl» E. Plnkhatn's Compound-to /amouj to relieve periodic pale »ruj accompanying nervous, weak, tired- out feelings—all due to functional monthly disturbances. Matte especially for women— It lielpi taivrcl Follow libel directions. Senator Battle W. Caraway Commended by Nation's Press :\ Comments fry National Leaders, Press and Radio \ \ Designate 'Arkansas' Senator Hattie Caraicay a ' Senate Leader ... "I am ileliglitcd to know tliat you Knve Keen serving as Acting President of the. Senate."—Franklin D. Roosevelt, President of the United Stales. "Senator Cnrawoy : is an active, and efficient member of llie Committee, on Commerce. 1 wns glad to appoint her ns Chairman of a Sub-Committee on Rivers and Harboti." -—Jnsinh \V. Bailey, Chairman, Committee on Commerce, U.S. Senate. "Senator Caraway is art nble nnd hard-working member of the Committee on Agriculture and Forestry. Her fiist purpose is to aid the farmer.":—Ellison D. Smith, Chairman, Committee on Agriculture and Forestry, U. S. Senate. MORGAN BEATTY, 'Arkansas' famous radio commentator: "Arkansas' famous woman Senator, who possesses great common sense and oftentimes expresses it" CHICAGO SUN: 'The country can use her fine calm sense of proportion." i CORONET MAGAZINE: "Senator Hattie W. Cars- way lias the faculty of nailing down ihe nubbin of «n issue in homely words." > . "'I MACHINISTS' JOURNAL: "Senator Caraway bus never lost her sense of humor or the smile which .bas won the hearts of the people of Arkansas." COMMERCIAL APPEAL, Memphis! "Senator Holtie W. Caraway, of Arkansas, is highly regarded by her col- Icngites for her astuteness and grasp of legislative problems." • .'• ' WOMEN IN PUDLJC OFFICE, Washington, D. C.: "Senator Caraway's chief interest is always'the people of Arkansas." l( SATURDAY EVENING POST: "Witty Senator Rattie W. Caraway haa a hair-trigger mind. Says litlle. Get* much done." ^ • . .1 ' BRINKLEY ARGUS^'-Senator Haitie ^. Caraway is working for the interest of her Slate." (j gjv t ,^ • ^ jSlLOAM SPRINGS HERALD-DEMOCRAT; "She is the best advertisement for Arkansas. She has performed the duties of her high .office fully and satisfactorily.'' WASHINGTON MERRY-GO-ROUND: "Say* little, works hard, and is one of the most competent member* of the upper chamber." MEREDITH HOWARD, Radio CommenWor: «1 salute a truly famous woman of the world, a woman known to, respected and admired by not only .Washington, but all America. - , . ....._. V '_ HRkA'NSAS DEMOCRAT: "Senator Caraway is plan!' nmg a campaign to make the nation and the government cotton conscious." GLOBE-DEMOCRAT, St tori!.: "She casts her f ote tor realistic defense, accepting the dangers involved, know- >ng they are less critical than we would have to bear were the nation to ntiw bury its head .in tie sand and contribute nothing to the battle against Hitler." MORRILTON DEMOCRAT: "Senator Caraway U a power m arranging a visit with the President," . FORT SMITH TRIBUNE: "Senator Caraway heard Majority Leader Barkley make many complimentary remarks about her and her valuable work in the Senate." JORT.SMITH.TIMES.RECORD (Mai Hall, AP): Ir'^j?^ heard hers * lf calle<1 an eminent member of this body (the Senate), and an outstanding American woman, by Majority Leader Barfcley, of Kentucky. WASHINGTON STAR TAP)': -A committeei of seven Senators, headed by a woman, undertook today to see that Araeican business gets its share of foreign market* in ths scramble for;world trade after the war."* LONDON (ENGLAND)' DAILY EXPRESS: "Other Senators listened to Senator Caraway for several rea-ons— ' because of her Kniority she sometimes holds the power of the gavelover them; because they like her; and because th6y telt that hers was the voice of the American people," i •j / / v !• 'J Our Fighting Men and Women and the Parents, .Wives and Dependents Are Rendered .Wholehearted Service by Senator Hattie Caraway—Mother of Two Sons in U. S. Armv ARKANSAS GAZETTE <Max Hall)i "Write ' "** - * " Senator Caraway. She'll help you if she can. n •>; •'} NORMAN WALKER (AP) I "Senator Caraway taken a lending part in consideration of measures tn assist fighting men and women and their relative* mid dependents." "1 congratulate tlic senior Senator upon the distinguished service which slie and her family have rendered nnd are rendering to the United States of America."—Albert W. Barklcy,- Democratic Majority lender, U. S. Scnale, HONOLULU STAR.BULLETIN, Honolulu, T L Arkansas' famous Senator, Hattie Caraway! arrived in the Islands for an inspection tour. She success to efficient public service without TIMES-HERALD, Wa s h!r,gfon, "Senator C.T.. way, .whose Iwo aoni are in the service, was tbe first mother in Washington lo receive the coveted stiver * NEWS-DISPATCH, Bichmonrl, Va.i «SenMor Caraway, mother of two wni in the «rvi«, demands Miat V. 8s, merchant ships be armed.'' RE-ELECJ -Arkansas 9 United States Senator Hattie W. Caraway Kinking Member of two powerful Senate Committee*, the Coimrfttte o» Agriculture and Forestry, and the Committee on Commerce OAMFAHHf COMMUTES, P,)itU««l KmtiMWI i * 3% * fa A FRIEND OF THE PEOPLE OF ARKANSAS m Coming Events THURSDAY G.N.B. Club meeting with Mrs Byron Nail. ; Mrs.- James Hill Jr., entertaining Friday Luncheon Club .Women's Society of Clirlsiian Service, Yarbro Methodist Church meeting at church," 2.'30 p.m FRIDAY Women's Society of Christian Service, Promised Land Methodist Church, meeting at church, 2:no' p.m. Mrs. Ross Moore entertaining C.B.C. Club. : Initial Club meeting with Mrs Claud Stewart. ; , Dorcas Sunday School class First Baptist Church having picnic on church lawn li:30 p. m. BOOST An Old Blytheville Boy James C, Hale For Prosecuting Attorney .qualified anil 'Experienced The Gift Shop Modem and Antique Gifts COSMETICS BABY GIFTS Greeting Cards Novelties A. Gilt For Everybody lopun Bldr. Phone ZZM MOSS BRYAN MARGARET'S" BEAUTY SHOP 1M B. Klnt Phone 2532 Bring Us Your Beauty Problems By Appointment Continuous Shows Etery Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 I:H LISTEN TO KI.CN o. 12:45 p.m. 4: Wednesday Thursday and Friday UoHllirnrBQit tinyNils« \3timmm Faramounl Nen.s : m d Selcclpil Short .Subject Mmltncrs Hut. & Son. Onlj OpBU each night 6:45; starts 1 Optni Bundaj 1:00; st»rt« 1:15 C«nttnnoBi Sfaowj Sat. und Sun. •utmte Wfht Every Night Eicepl S»tnrdaj. N* MM' honored on Bra«»r »' lit Time Today Scream in the Dark with Robert I.owery nncl Marie arcl>on:ild Thursday and Friday rs'GREAT'DRAMA" DEFIANCE! TON O'HARA tc/i4Geor£« Waller K(nt Uni .SANDERS . SLEZAK. SMITH . O'CONNOR Selected Short Subject

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