The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 6, 1945 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, February 6, 1945
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I: , ,. PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 19-15 Coming Events WEDNESDAY Mrs. Fred V. Rutherford entertaining Town arid Country -Club. Initial club meeting with Mrs. Joe Wegman. : , / .: A.D.O.,. club meeting with Mrs. Ben Harpole. . THURSDAY Mrs. George W. Barham entertaining with 'coke party' for Mrs, L. S. Brlscoe. Mid-Week Club Mrs. Louis! Cherry. meeting with Mrs. claiide Briley entertaining i Friendly Eight Club." '!: Thursday Luncheon Club meeting :.i with Mrs. R, L. Klrshner. Mrs. Cliarlas Blttner entertaining Thursday Night Bridge Club. Mrs. W. M. McKlnztc entertaining Octetle Luncheon Club. E.M.G. Club meeting with Mrs. kelton Frauds. ; Mrs. w. B. Willianv entertaining at Rustic Inn honoring Mrs. L. 3. Briscoe, 3 p. in. Amiorel Parent Teacher Association' observing Father's Night and Pounder's Day at .school, 8 p. in. -, 'FRIDAY G. N. B. Club meeting with Mrs. Norval Humphrey. /SATURDAY Artncllu Humphreys, John Wilkus nnd Dick Reid entertaining with a Valentine dance at American Lc. gion-Hul/8 p. m. ftlcss.Riith.Head Is B fide OF Lieut. Linwood Lewis The marriage of Miss Clara, Ruth HeaiL daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Head) v to Lieut. Linwood D. Lewis of Blytheville Army Air Field and Henderson, N. p., was solemnized yesterday afternoon, 3 o'clock, at the Presbyterian manse. . The Rev. Harvey T. Kidd, pastor of tlie church, officiated double ring ceremony. at the] The bride, given in marriage by her "father, wore a two piece dress of \yint,cr white wool, fashioned with a V-neck and self fringe trim at the hlpline. Her accessories were In black and she wore a corsage of sweetheart rosebuds. Mrs. Robert Jensen served as matron of honor, wearing a dress of burgundy crepe trimmed with touches of.lace, nnd her corsage was of white gardenias. ' Captain Jensen served Lieutenant Lewis as best man. Following the wedding, an infor- mal.supiier party was given by Gail- tain and Mi's. Jensen, who entertained at Camp 'Moullrie, nnd the group later went to the'Officers! Club at the base. Lieutenant and Mrs, Lewis will leave tomorrow for .a' wedding -trip before returning here to make their home with her parents.. : i i'f • *, . : •.,• •...-. , .-. .--• Mrs. .Lewis'Avas- graduated from Blytheville' High School and has Local Service Man Weds Miss Jeanne Lockvidge • Miss Jeanne Lockrldgc of Mls- soiiln, Mont., became the firlcle of Sergl. Burnic L/Eubanks of Blylhe- ville In H home wedding solemnized Friday afternoon, 2 o'clock at the Home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Corner E. Lockrldge of Corvallls, Mich. The'Rcv. Earl R. Saladen of the Hamilton Christian Church officiated at the service. Attendants were the bride's sis- ler, Miss Mary Kay Lockrldge, and lier UJicle, Ralph Wheelbarger of Stevcnsvllte, Mont, The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore an afternoon dress of white wool crepe with gold trim, and a smart pillbox hat with gold veil. Her corsage was of pink carnations. Lockrldgc wore black and orchid accessories with her dress ot orchid crepe, nnd a shoulder corsage of yellow rosebuds. An informal reception nt the Lockridge home followed the wedding ceremony. Mrs. Eubanks was graduated from Corvnllls High School and for the past two years Ims been a resident of Missoula, where she was employed at the Forest Service. Sergeant Eubanks, scrgcunt major of the Reserve Officers Training Corps at Montana State University, has been stationed there for the past two years following a year of service In the Aleutian's. He Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Ei\banks of Blylhcvilb. Ho and his bride will make their home in Missoula. • • • Business Meeting Is Held Mrs. K. H. Brooks presided over the business meeting of "members ot the Women's Missionary Union of First Baptist Church, held yesterday afternoon nt the church. Following repetition of thc.wilch- words for the year, led by Mrs. Brooks, prayer was offered by Mrs. Ebb Carson. Home mission work was discussed by Mrs. William Bcrryman, followed -by prayer by Mrs. Tom W. Jackson. Scripture reading was given by Mrs. Brooks Reports were adopted and filed, before Mrs. Harry Frltzlus letl a discussion on "Realizing the Fulfillment of God's Promise", and "Victory Through Home Mission been employed at Swift for the past year. Company Work." * Closing prayer was offered by Mrs. Walter Bishop. * » * Son Is Born Monday Mr, and Mrs. Quinsy Richardson arc the parents of a son bott! Monday night. The baby, their tlrst child, has .beep named John Quln- cy Richardson-Jr. 1 The mother Is the former Miss Jnanita Honeycult. Miss Matthews To Wed Charles Wadsworlh Bell " Announcement has been made of the engagement of Ml&s Jeanne Elizabeth Matthews of Enrle, to Lieutenant Lewis, the son of Mr. and Mrs. P..E. Lewis of Henderson, was^ graduated from high school there and received his commission •nt Blytheville Army Air Field in December, 1943. He now is stationed there as an instructor. •'•..».••'• * «. * Have Meeting At Church A business meeting was held yesterday afternoon nt First Meth-i Henry Matthews ol Earle. odist Church when members of the! Plans for the wedding, VJomen's Society of Chrislian Eerv- , solemnized ice inet, with Mrs. James Hill Jr., president in charge. Mrs. O. N. Hawkins gave the Have Family Parly Sunday Mr, and Mrs. Eugene Panne) 1 ot Steele, luid Mr. ntirl Mrs, Hiirdon Howard of Blytheville, each of whom observed their wedding anniversaries on Sunday, celebrated the oc- cnslon with n family dinner party at the Farmer home In Stcclc. Mr, nnd Mrs. Farmer, who have :en married for 2-1 years, lived In Blythcvllle for ninny years prior to moving to Steele three years ago, where they now have a new home. Mr. nnd Mrs. Howard, married 1C years ago, still make (heir home • vc ' • \ Members of bath families, (o- '' gcther with Mrs. Nell Dabbs and her •>on of Sleele, nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. B. L, Vaslbinder of Blythevlltc; spent the day together reminiscing of days gone by, nnd planning for other Joint anniversary celebrations In the future. ; * • # Miss Lola Robinson Weds Lieut. John Martin Page Miss Lola Robinson ol lilythcvlllc, daughter'of Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Robinson of Dybrsuurg. Teniv, became the bride ot Lieut. John Mnrlln I'ngc ol Blytheville Army Air Field and Stockton, Calif., In a quiet ceremony yesterday afternoon, 1:30 o'clock, at the post chapel. Chaplain George Marrs officiated at the double ring service. The altar, was decorated with gold vases of while carnations and white gladioli. . The bride wore a frock of ice blue crepe with black accessory's- niul n corsage of orchids. Her sister, Mrs. \V. A. Turner of Dyersburg, served as mntron of honor, wearing a dress of rose crepe with 11 corsage of white gardenia:). Lieut. Warren Losse of Blytheville Army Air FloUl served Lieutenant Page as best man. Immediately following the wedding, Lieutenant Page and his bride left for a southern wedding trip before returning lo Blytheville to make their home while- lie IB stationed here as an Instructor. Mrs, Page, n graduate of Dyersburg High School, has been employed at the local airfield for the past two'and n half years. Lieutenant Page, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Myron E. Page of Stockton, where his father Is city treasurer, attended University of California prior to enlisting In the Army Air Forces. l-Have Meeting At Church Sixteen members of the Woman'* Society of Christian Service of Lake Street Methodist Church met yesterday afternoon nl the church for a business session. Mrs. \V. L. Green gave tho devotional on "Decision", Mrs. Joe Strickland the scripture rending from Matthew, and Mrs. J. W. Ma- loncy closed the devotional period with prayer. During the business session plans were made for (his organization lo serve refreshments Sunday night at the USO. ' The closing prayer was given l>v pletcd his study course. Twenty eight members attended. Later in the afternoon, 15 members of the Executive Board met for routine business, with Mrs. Zal B. Harrl.'.on presiding, Plans were considered for the observance of the World Day of Prayer on Feb. 18, and also for a shower to be given for Cadilo Valley Academy where the. church maintains n mountain school. Plans also were formulated for doing sonic sewing for Filipino women as soon ns the materials, already or- dorod, arrive. •oreign Missionary Talks Miss Ethel Shreve, missionary for ic Christian Church In India for ic past 23 years, was guest speaker - (he meeting of the Missionary tudy Group ot First Christian liurch yesterday afternoon, when Mrs. Russell Barhnin nnd Miss ftcnl uckclt entertained at the Barnaul OHIO. The devotional on the theme, From Everlasting to Everlasting",' •as In charge of Mrs. Cecil Lowe, 'ho opened her worship period with' roup singing of a hymn. Mrs. Rusell Barhnin read the 24th Psalm ml Mrs. L. L. Ward, the 46th Psalm' n d Mrs. Lowe closed with a brief ilk. Highlight of the program was Miss Shi-eve's Inlk, dealing with'the ustotns of the Indian women and tow Christianity Is helping them in lielr dally life. Miss Shreve, who ms dressed in an Indian garment, Isplayed many souvenirs and pic- ures of her post at Bllnspur, Cen- rnl Province, In India. She now is n her second furlough home dur- ig the 23 years she has served 03 ilsslolinry In India. Following the program, the hris- lonary benediction was repented to lose the session. Refreshments were served by the lostes'ses during the social 'hour 'hich followed. Ministers .Talk Over Plans For Holy Week Here Tentative plans for observance of Holy Week the last of March were discusseil by eight members ot the Blyllifvillc Ministerial Alliance w)Vo met yesterday morning in the pas- tof's study of l/ikc Street Methodist Church. Members of the group also dls- tlie church attendance cam. Next session of the group ot wliltli Die Hev. R. S. Hntrd Is chairman. will 1 be held Pel), 15 at the First Christian Church. Mrs. R. II. Cawley. Mr. ami Mrs. Edward Bc'clon Bell All-Day Session Is Held of Bnssctt. The engagement was| Members of the Women's Aiixil- made known today by the bride- iary of First Presbyterian Church elect's parents, Dr. and Mrs. John met yesterday ut (lie church for I nn all-day session when the. Rev to be Harvey T. Kidd tniight the studj Feb. r.ounced later. 20, will be an- Miss Matthews attended Heiulrlx ... College' nnd WHS graduated from devotional, and the minute;, ot the , University of Arkansas where she previous meeting Mrs: C. L. Wylie. were rend by A"; treasurer's report was given was n member of Tri Delta Mr. Bell who attended University of Arkansas and was n member of by Mrs. G. G. Hubbard and the Kappa Alpha, now Is connected report of the corresponding score- with the B. F. Goordich Company course from Corinthians 2. Mrs. G. W. Dillalnmty was charge of the worship program ir the morning session. Following luncheon served at the neon hour, the Hev. Mr. Kidd com- laiy_ by Mrs. Marcus Evravd. Discussion of nlaus for the World Day of Prayer to be observed Feb. 16 concluded the meet- ir 'S- ; * ' • • Tri-Dclla Club Meets Miss Martha Frances Stevens entertained members of the Tri- Eelfa club last night at the home of Mrs B M; Terry. Mrs. R. B. Stout, president, was in charge of the routine business vUnch was discussed during the ei cnlng Refreshments o[ a sandwich plate with iced drinks were served qunng the social hour. in Jonesboro. -HKI.KN SHOP- China Many Museum Pieces Crown DcrUy Ten Service over TOO ytfirs old. Serves Tvn Service wltli Tray In tiotRCoiia Ulue Tones. Utiva- HMI and Iloyal DouUon Service I'JnlCf. V."hUe SurroicWilre Howl*. DcmilAs.ic Cup* ftnd K.iuccra. Mfiny Collcciora Htcis. Ttltfihtt'nc 7-0567, C«ll MM. Kuerten THE HKLKi\ SHOP I SOS 1618 UNfON* AVE. SOT ofter MOHfiKCil Faods-anJastasCood U. S. Navy Surplus 7 1-2 Gallon . ,«^ UNUSED - Builf to Government Specifications J For storing or transferring oil, gas, kerosene, nnti-frccze, linseed oil, turpentine, etc • an auxiliary gas container for. ears, trucks and boats, or for refilling heating stoves A U C A \t\s ^iiij>*Mii._t. ONLY HEAVY GAUGE METAL ... 24 gauge top; 26 gauge bottom; 28 gauge sides 0 OUTSIDE SOLDERED SEAMS • SIZE: 143/s Jnches high; ny deep ; • TRUSURE SCREW CAP ... f| ush t ype; eosy ^ pouring lip 1Y ' I • STURDY HANDLE ,. . convenient for one or two persons to carry ;• OLIVE DRAB FINISH .. . rust resisting terne << plate inferior I Each! '.Across From Ritz Theatre * - *>.r' * Phone 901 Meetings The American Legion Auxiliary vlll have n business meeting to- liglit, C o'clock, nt the Hut, it was nnounced today by Mrs joe Scrngns, president. Bits of News Mostly Personal Moss Brynn has returned from Chicago where he attended the sbmv of eastern exhibitors and the Merchandise Mart's .spring show- Ing, lie was away 10 (lays buying lor The Gift Shop. Mrs. John . Stewart nnd Mr. and Mr*. Aaron Chitmon and son, Ln- clnn, of Ripley, Tcnn,, were the weekend guests of Mrs. Stewart's daughters. Mrs. Joe Humphrey anil Mr. Humphrey, and Mrs. Lillard Heron ami Mr. Heron. Mrs. Stewart's granddaughter, Shirley Ann Humphrey accompanied them home for an Indefinite visit. Mrs, John' Wnlden spent yester day in Memphis with her daughter, Mrs. Duff Gnlthcr anj Mr. Gnltlicr. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Humphrey have as their guest this week, Paul Painter of St. Louis, formerly of Blythcvlllc. ' • T-5 Ruby E. Bin-bags; of Chattanooga, Tcnn.. spent the weekend here and in Manila as guest of her mother, Mrs. Hattic Mae Grimes. Mrs. Jimmy Smothcrmon Is recuperating at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arch Lindsey, following an operation which she recently underwent, at Walls Hospital. : Condition of R. L. Wticlc, who •underwent an operation yesterday morning at Memphis Baptist Hospital, is satisfactory. Mrs. Wade plans to go down Thursday to be with him. Mrs. Charles B.' Justice of Washington, D. C., the former Miss Faye Grimes of Blythcvlllc, was re- noved to her home today .after a serious Illness at a Washington mspital. Her condition now is much improved. Mr. and Mrs. John Stovall Sr., ihd Corp. and Mrs. John Stovall Jr., of Keiser, spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Bob Slovall and 'aniily at Number Nine. Corporal Slovall Is a member of the Marine Corps and lias spent 14 months In the Southwest Pacific. Mr. tint! Mrs. L. B, Parks, who lave been visiting Mr. and Mrs. llert Parks In Blunt, S. D., now are making their home In Pierre, S. D., where Mr. Parks is employed after having recently .been honorably discharged from the Navy. Mrs. Parks Is the former Miss Betty chaflri of Blytlicvllle. Lieut. Robert Collie has returned from Boston, where he visited relatives for a brief (ime. At The Hospitals Walls Hospital Mrs. W. M. Culllns, Porlagevllle, Mo. Mrs. J. A. MeBride, city. Mrs. Ed Cook, Carutherevllle, Mo. Mrs. Ted King, city. Mrs. John Hemphill, city. Dismissed: Mrs. C. w. Hcalcy, l«achvlllc. Kenneth Turner, Peering, Mo. Mrs. J. N v Smothcrtnon, city. Shirley Fay Potts, Steele, Mo. Mrs. Wade H. Lee and baby, city Russell G|ll, Dell. Biytlieville Hospital Mrs. Slay Baidridge, city. Mrs. C. D. Thorn, city. Tabby Slayton, Holland, Mo. Jewell Long, city. Dismissed: Charles Staller, city. Memphis Baptist Hospital R. L. Wade, city. Mrs. C. L. Beck, Ha'ytl, Mo. Osceola News Mrs. Sam M. Hodges Jr., Is visit- ng her mother, Mrs. O 11 Smith n Sallisaw, Okla. Mrs. C. B. Wood has returned ironi Fort Ord, Monterey, Calif., ivhcrc she visited her husband, a :hlcf petty officer in the Navy, for two weeks. Mrs. Arthur L. Rodgcrs Jr., has Tone lo Washington, D. C., where -he joined her husband, Lieutenant Hodgers. They now nre making their GreafWay to relieve sluffiness, invite Mrs. Hale Jackson is visiting in up each nostril relieves stuffy tr? Chicago ns the guest of her par- congestion. Also relieves disti cuts, Mr. nnd Mrs I, L Vander- ' llM >4coldbl Follow directions in ' ' WISWMt©-!' It's.wonderful liow a little Va-tro-nol ransient ress of folder. voort. e ways to ^ o To Get More Strength if You Lack Precious Blootl-lron! You girls and women who su/Ier strength and energy— in such coses JOll HFC IjIllO, "ICCt vn \.\i t ^ti mjuuu out", weak—dub to low blood-iron— Start nt once — try Lydla Pinkham's TABLETS—one of the greatest blood-iron tonics you con buy to help build up red blood to give more iways to get precious iron into the blood. 'Just try Pmkham's Tablets for at least 30 days. Then see if you, too, don't remarkably benefit. Follow label directions. Pinkham's Tablets are worth tryingl Lydia PinkhamV DRS. WES & OSTEOPATHIC PHYS/CMN5 Rectal Diseases a Specialty (EXCEPT CANCER) OFFICE HOURS: 8:00-12:00 and 1:30-5:OQ Clinic 614 Main Blytheville,'Ark. Phone 2921 Starting Wednesday, Feb. 7| * * WEEKDAYS: 9 aim).to 5:30 p.m. SATURDAYS: 9 a.rti, to 9 p.m. '* * Incorporated Osceola Youth Completes Academy. Course OSCEOLA, Feh. G— Cadet Lieut. Frank Gibson Pcrrln, n-yeav-old on of Mrs. Elect™ Semmes Pcrrin i ml the late Claude Baldwin Pcr- In of Osceola, wr.-, graduated otiay from Riverside Military Academy al Gainesville, Ga. On (lie honor roil since eiiter- >g this school In September, 1943, ic iras promoted to rank or llcii- cnant last Fall. Due to war conditions, there will )C no formal excreta and the raduales will leave for home Im- ncdiately after diplomas are dls- ribulfd. H e will arrive in Osccola Tliurs- lay to be guest of his mother until March 3 when lie will enter Purdue University, Lafayette, Hid., to major In engineering. Grand-oil of Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Semmes of Osceola, lie is the great grandson of Admiral Rfiplmol Sem- FARMERS NSED LIFE INSURANCE —lo Ieov9 a fatm morlgage-eleor. ' —lo educate children, —to paydebCs, K. L. SHKKU1CK I!o.\ !)S5 ( . Hlyfheville XepreienHng THE MUIUAl tlf£ INSURANCE COMPANY of NEW YORK WANTED Experienced meat cutter to manage Piggly Wiggly Market. Apply N. J. Rowland, at Piggly Wiggly Store, Frutay or Saturday. Notice is hereby given that the annual school election will be held in each school district in Mississippi County, March 17th, from 2:00 until 6:30o'clock P.M. at the regular polling places. The purpose of the election is to elect board members for ecsch district, levy the annual school tax, and elect a Com% Board member for zone two. ' ' Signed: PHILIP J. DEER Mississippi Gowsity SchooS Supervisor. Another New Hue/son Service.' Bring us your old blouse— And we will convert if into A 2S r CH' For Only $1250 —Expert Military Tailorhiff and Alterations. HUD Cleaner—Tailor—Clothier AETNA LIFE & ACCIDENT INSURANCE CO. —Phont 2851 E. H. FORD, Representative 20C> Lynch ncs ol Civil War fame. Ho attended Saint Stanislaus Academy at Bay St. I/juis, Miss irior to entering Riverside. Obtains License After Arrest At Permit Station Clyde Dodsnu of Pamms, 111., has Hirchnscd a license and paid costs to total ?45,25 on n charge of hauling for hire without a license after having been apprehended at the Arkansas permit station. H. was alleged he was taking labor from tliis section Into northern slates without liuvlng n license to haul them. A family of Negroes accompanied him to Pumms alter purchase of the license and payment of costs, It was said. The sheriff's offices cooperated with the permit station in the case. 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