The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 2, 1945 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, February 2, 1945
Page 2
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I.]-] , **\ , *s < 1 PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS Lenti;Cullison Wedding Takes Place Last Night The marriage of Miss Maude Cul- h-pn, daughter of Mrs M, C. Oqilt- Eoh,'to John F, Lent!, vas solemnized last night, 6 o'clock, nt the rectory-:bf immaculate Conception Church, The Rev. J. J. Thompson, pas for of the:church,.officiated. The bnde wore a two piece suit of grey wocli'Vtth accessories in the same shade'. Her shoulder corsage was • of red rosebuds. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Greenwell served ,a«;attendants, Vrtth Mrs. .Greemrell .wearing a black'BUit and a corsage of white gardenias. Mr/ and Mrs. .Lent! now arc at home-nt'the lent! residence, 621 West .-Walnut. Mrd. l«htl,' who - was reared in Blythevllle, long ,hos been active in business'circle,* of the city. Mr.- Lent!,'head of J. F. Ix;ntl Auditing Company, is promlmeiHIy identified .with business affairs of Blytheville. • Luncheon Club Meets Members. of the Octette Luncheon Club vcre entertained yesterday by Mrs ,C P Tucker at her plantation home at Promised Land when she also was hostess to three other guests. -Mra. 'Walker -Baker, Mrs. C. R. Wroteri and Mrs. Marvin Robin- eon, Luneheon vat served at small ta- WEK -In the Hvlng room where , bridge was pteyea during the after" f \ noon •>! High score prize among club mem- J bers Tas awarded Mrs Edwin Rob\l inson and Mronfl high to Mrs. W. M McKenzie, Mrs Baker received -\ high gUest prlie ) ... v* Qub, Guests Entertained Gay Spring flowers In n shallow ', bowl formed the centerpiece for the luncheon table yesterday when Mrs. J A ( Leech was hostess to members of the Thursday Luncheon Club, en, tertnlnlng at the same time, two v . other ffrnsts, Mrs M A Isaacs and Mrs "John ^Snider of st louls Foyowing luncheon bridge was plaj ed, with high score pri?e won by « Mn> R L Kirshner ond second high by airs C W AffUck * * • Daughter Born Saturday , Mr and Mrs John L. Ford of El Dorado, Ark, are the paicnts of aT daughter born Saturday n't ' their home there The baby, their i first child, has been named Sheron | Y\ onne Mrs Ford Is the fonnei Miss Freda May Banks of BlytheviHc • * • * , Mrs. Wade Is Hostess ' , Mrs Hubert Wade entertained I members of the Friendly Eight [ Club and one guest, Mrs Tom Malstead, yesterday afternoon nt her , home for an afternoon of bunco games. ' r , High score prize wr.-i won by Mrs; OthoiStanfield, bunco by Mrs Norman Speck pnd low by Mrs James Cozart, Refreshments of a salad course Tsith iced drinks were served * '* • E.M.G. Club Entertained Liverpool rummy was pla>ed yesterday afternoon by members of the EMG Club who were entertained by Mrs J D Lunsford at her home on Ash Street Hign score pnze -went to Mrs C. E Pnce,_second high to Mrs Wem- blsh, and low to Mrs Kelton Francis. A sandwich plate with coffee was served. Bridge Club Entertained Mrs. M; O. Usrey wp,i hostess ycs- terdny to members of the Mld- Wcek Club nnd two other guests, Mrs. Godfrey white of Osceola, and Mrs. Hunter Sims, entertaining nt- her home on West Main Street. A two course luncheon was served at the dining table, where the centerpiece wtv-> formed of a bouquet of spring floivers. Later bridge was played, with high score prize among club members woii by Mrs. W. L. Horner and among the guests by Mrs. White. • * f Complimented At Parly Mr. riiitt Mrs. Otivo Slanfleld, who recently came to Blythevllle to make their home, wore compil- meiitcd lust night when Mr. and Mrs. C. R. WroU'ii and fellow employees of Mr. Slanflcld's at Langs- ton-Wiotcn Motor Company, «ur- priscd them with a party at Iheir home on Davis Avenue. Following an evening spent In Informal entertainment, Mr. and Mrs. Slnnfield were presented with a coffee table. Rcrr«hmen(.s of a salad course with Iced drinks were served. Mrs. Pease Is Hostess All members of the Thursday Niglu Bridge Club attended . the party given last night for the group by Mrs. Wllllnrd H. Pease, who cn- tcrlalned at her home on Henrn Street. Jn the bridge games played during the evening, high score prize was won by Miss Frances McHnney nnd second high by Miss Mildred Lou Hiibbarcl. A dessert course was served. Bits of News Mostly Personal Condition of .Mrs. Fletcher Wil:on, who has been quite 111 at her loine oii Emt ylne street, is im- 3ioved. Her sister, Mrs. Anna Mc- [Iwnin of Memplib; has arrived to be with her. Mrs. W. R. Atkinson of Memphis will arrive tomorrow to be the weekend guest of Mr. an ( | Mrs. Hairy W.'Unities, Miss, Mary Lynn Jackson arrived .his moraine from Limlcnwood Col- CBC, St. Charles, Mo., to spend n brief time with her parents, Mayor ami Mrs. K. n. Jackson. She was accompanied home by,,a classmate, Miss Jo Qnrvin of Waterloo, Jowa, who, will,.be hef guest until botli girls return to Lindenwoort Sunday night. "••.'• . j Mrs. Nelson Myers and daughter, Unite Jo; and Mrs. Kyle Kilmnn of Columbus, Miss., have arrived for a brief visit .with Mrs. Myers' parents, Mr, nnd Mrs. N. W. Brighnm, (hodNews! FOR FOIKS WITH 5NIFFIY tfsad Colds •Quick relief from distress ot head colrts Is .whAl you want. So use Va-tro-nol. Af cw drops Up each nostril soothe irritation, relieve congestion. Also helps prevent many coMs from • developing If used In ,tlmc. Just try It'Follow .directions in folder and her sister, Mrs. J. if. Smart Jr, and family. Mrs. Brighnm, who has ^',Vn,' Sit , inB , '" •Columl'gs ami Stnvkville for the past 10 dnys nc- companlcd them here, Kendall Berry is spending several days in ClticRBO'on business. , J ' A - tf"" returned lust night from Little pock, where he spent, several days attending to business R. D. Hughe* WI|M i-ctiini tonlBbt from Memphis wlicro he IMS *ix?nt the past two days on business. At The Hospitals Walls Hospllal Admitted: Oharle.? Booker, city, Nathan Morris, city. Mrs. H. B. King. city. Mrs. Wnile If. Lee, city Dismissed: Mrs. L. G. Hillor, CimithersvlllR, Mo. Klyfhcvlllc llosiiilal Adtnitlecl: Jolinnlc Mny. Lewis, city. Willie Gardner, city. Mrs. w, L. Eynn, city. Waller demons, Haytl, Mo. Dismissed: Mrs, B. C. Haynes, city. Mrs. Lloyd French, city. Mcrnphts Methodist Hospital Admitted: Mrs. Ben Butler, Osceola. Mra. Prank Wllhoite, Joiner. Holicrl Powell, Caruthersville, Mo . Memphis St. Joseph's Hospital . Admitted: Mrs. Barney Robinson, Stccle, Mo. educational Program Held For Kiwanians A Kiwunk cclucalional program was presented Wednesday by w. B. Nicholson when members of the Kl- wanls Club met at Hotel Noble for Ihelr regular weekly luncheon meet- Ing. A Mr.•Waller of Little nock was a guest. WME is your age betrayed by HOT n you—like so many women between the ages of 38 and 52— suffer from hot flashes, nervous tension, are weak, tired, cranky, • bit moody at .times—all due to the functional middle age period J*culiar to women-try Lj-dtaE «otoam'8 Vegetable Compound to .relieve «jch symptoms ror almost a century — thousands opon thousands of women «£$ rTaSaVt^fac-t ^™»T mans wiv wnm»n t«™ ^?_, 1 i}. f ? < - t . > . P»n!>liam's Compound helps nn- '.Tfll A\*r\ n "*"lltrf ~i~~ - -* ' -—.^v s^».i v -4. \ IKlK&l^i&i,, iwricxi to help build up rests (once HBRlnst, siirb CI.OITI»A«.- s VEGETABLE COMPOUHO' Temperatures Atlnntn 35 24 Augusta 44 Birmingham 49 27 Charleston 42 22 "ttiariotte 39 20 Hmllnnoogn 31 is Ihlcauo 19 4 !lncinn,nll 24 Denver, . 49 34 Detroit 25 Jacksonville 50 Tallahassee . City tfacon 44 2G 31 2G Miami 05 '12 Montgomery 45 32 'Jew Orleans 52 41 New York 27 23 San Antoiilo 53 51 Scout Awards Will Be Made Here Monday Graham Sudbury will servo as Master of Ceremonies nt the Boy Scout Court of Honor to be held Monday night, 7:30 o'clock, at the high school auditorium, it was announced today by o. P. Rainey district chairman. • First clnss awards aUo will be presented by Mr. Sudbury, with U. B. Stout to present the Tenderfoot awards; W. B. Nicholson, second clnss nwnrda; W. L. Hb'rner and Farmer England, merit badKe awards; J. V. Gates, Star, Life nml Eagle nvvnrds. r nie Invocation will be given by the Hev. P. W. Nash and the principal address of the evening will be made by Percy Wright. -Scoutmaster Don McLean of Troop'18 will be In charge'of flag ceremonies, and .tenderfoot, investiture ceremonies will be directed by Eagle Scouts Roy Calvin, -Randal] Hawks and Ozzto Rainey. Scoutmasters who .(vlll -participate In the Court of ;Honor are' I* H. Autry, Troop -IS/ Burdette; Warren Jackson, Troop 3], Blytheville; L. K. Holt, Troop,32, Manila- Jnines C. Davis, Troop 26, Blytlie- vllle; Percy Wright. Troop 38 Blythevillc; the Rev. E. '.& Hall Troop 42 IxflchHIte; A. C. Duclos' Troop '65, Promised Land,; a. A' Haynes, Troop 04, Clear take; Bid Nichols, Troop 66, Brown;- M M Hlnesly, Troop 69, Lost Cone; Glen Alexander, Troop 72, Lone Oak; R.. W. Nichols, : Troop 74, Armorel; Don McLean, Troop 78, B'lythe- ville; Chester Meyers, Troop ?.M Rednion; A. R. Qamer, Patrol 205, Box Elder; Starlyn Young,- 'Troop 217, Reece. Other out-of-town guests win <bc Ward Akei-s, .Scout Executive .from Jonesboro, nnd .Vernon. James, Assistant Scout Executive from ,Osce- oln, 0 !4 n 28 50 30 22 21 IIEI.E!V SHOP- -. Fine Silver FDll WEDDING GIFTS Heirlooms ,Slerllr>s JllcliPM, Vajcs, flpTvls, KciinckJna. -Unskcts, Salt i • Pcjipera, Silver Platci! Coficc 'Urns, Cruel Stfla. IhLttc-r Dhnca. • Ten 'Slcajneta, Cotfw? nitil Tea .1'ota, Three anil l-'om r.(f,-Ht CnndPlaUra. -Hlj,- L As5(jrt- mcul ot Trays. All ronsonnljty priced. Telephone 7-Q&67. CellMrt.Knowllon THK IJKIK^ SHOP 1S&S-1SJS UNION AVK, S, TtSXNESSKG VJ FIRST LESSON IN SELF-PROTECTION 'You'll Be Glad You Asked For' POTATO AETNA LIFE 8, ACCIDENT INSURANCE CO. ,,i. H. FORD, Representofive ^ 3 ? °*V- ZOO Lynch Utdg. LESSON TWO: A growing bank account gives you a feeling of security oil through the years. START A THRIFT ACCOUNT WITH US FOR YOUR YOUNGSTER. The First National Bank The Only National Bank in Mississippi County SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS properly designed, nrc remembered nlways. Our flowm are always fresh, and all work Is guaranteed to please. Let our expert designers help you with your floral needs. FLOWER SHOP F.T.D. Service We Deliver Anywhere li. 49t Mrs. J. M. (Mac) Williams, owner GfeacM Bid* REFRIGERATORS and RADIOS REPAIRED 321 EAST MAIN City Radio Repair ACROSS FUOM ULLY STREET NOT/Cf TO PROPERTY OWNfRS Termites may be ruining your properly. Call me to check up without cost or obligaiion. RATS, MICE AND ROACH CONTROL GUARANTEED WORK 309 E. Kentucky H. C. BLANKEHSHIP ROM KM Indian Painting By Local Artist Presented Inn ; Mrs. W. B. Williams, whose gl(ts ot her nil talent have brought iniirfi pleasure to ninny friends, tins presented the Rustic Inn with her painting" "Clilcka^aw chief." /Hie large oil painting is J 0 he hung In one of the dining rooms of the Inn, located on Highway 61 not far from tho Indian Mound where the Chlrkasiuv Indium made their home many years ago. ',• Mrs. Williams, in presenting the filft lo Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Ernest Halsell ns owners at the business, said !'! svanle ( i to give It to them in arj- prccltillon for tlie Inn which !s such an attraction to visitors who <;6tne tills way. The Indian chic! symbolizes the historic background of this pnrt of the country." - Unusual creation; of Mrs. Williams, who has sketched iind painted for many years nnd who still keeps up her work as on nrtlst Include paintings of brides 1 plioto- grnplis to decorate "A Bride's Prayer", which she gave to lilythe- villc brirtrp for n number of years ""Slip also formerly burned sketches .1 wood, severnl of which have been given friends. Scout Neivs Troop 35 of the Lnxoru Boy Scouts met in regular session V.'cdncsday night with six cub Scouts as visitors. The tTev. Charles Lewis, pastor of Uixoni Methodist Chiirch was guest sjieakcr for the evening. ,' W. E. Head, scoutmaster announced Hint special plans are teing made for the next Wednesday night meet- s-all Just as Good! Ing when a 100 % attendance Is urged. FHIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1945. CAKI) OP THANKS We wish to thank each one for every act of kindness done and each word of sympathy spoken in our time of sorrow. The floral offerings were beautiful. And to each one who took part In the services at the cemetery we will always be grateful. Mrs. Clarence Holder Jimmy Holder Barbara Jean Craig Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Holder Raymond Holder & Family Prentls Holder & Family Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sandefur Mrs, Herman Besharse & Family. Read Courier News Want Ads. Choose Your VALENTINES IVlille stocks are new jnil complete! I'tlcefl lOc to (1 The Gift Shop Modern & Antlqae Gift* MOSS BRYAN DANCE Thursday — Friday •— And Saturday Night* 9:30 to 1 O'Clock In the Beautiful Blue Room of the HOTEL NOBLE Admission 60c Incl. Tax. The art of waiving asbestos was Known to the iiiielcnts. It was rediscovered In 1720 in the Urnl mountain regions. 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