The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 20, 1944 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 20, 1944
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VAOE FOUm BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Carolyn Haley And Fiance Complimented Last NiglU 'Miss Carolyn Haley and J, Wilson Henry,- whose marriage will be solemnized Wednesday, afternoon, 2 .o'clock, -i at First Methodist Church, were complimented lost night when Miss Almcda Berry, Mrs. Ira Walters. Miss Pandora Whltworth and Miss Eutopja Whil- worth entertained members of (lie church, choir-following the weekly choir- rehearsal. Belli Miss Haley ' find her fiance long have been members of. that organization. -The affair, held in'the special room of (lie'church.'was'attended By 25 choir members, and several visitors 'Including- Mrs.; A. O, Haley, mother of the brfde-clcct, Mrs. Max B. Reid, Mrs. lone Ropp, Slcll Brooks ; . Jr., and' daughter, Judy, and L. T. Moore Jr., guest organist. . i ;.Thc refreshment table was centered with a bowl of crepe myrtle and snapdragons, while n second table contained a vase of white .snapdragons surrounded with handmade favors tor the guests, minnl- ture, brides find grooms. Places of tlie guests of honor \yere mcrkcfl with large whit; bov,-.>, ami they were. presented with a pair of sterling silver cnnclle holders from members of the choir. The gift was presented by Donna Sue pore. . Refreshment-'! of punch, individual cakes, mints and assorted mils Were served. Club, Guesls Entertained .'Mrs. Jesse M. White, Mrs. Rupert crafton and Mrs. Ralph Nichols wcr c guests or Mrs. Fan! Jobe yesterday afternoon when she ef'-tertaincd members of Club Eight /or their, .weekly bridge game. Day : Summer flowers decorated the living room of the home, nnd iced drinks were served (luring the afternoon'. .'I'Bigh score prize went to Mrs. White and Mrs. Jobe was second high." .... '''•«« Son Is Bovn.Lasl Night ..-Mr. and Mrs. \V. T. Dnvis are the parents of' a son born last njghi at Blythcvlllc Hospital, their first child. • , Mrs. Davis is the former Miss Sarah Brisemllne. Miss Jean Covey Is Bride Of Lieut Arthur Flail Th e marriage of Miss Jean M. Covey of Rochester, N. Y., to Lieut. Arthur W. Flatt of Rochester, N. V., was solemnized Monday, July 10, at 2 o'clock In (he afternoon. Chaplain George H. Marrs of Blythevllle Army Air Field, read the service a; the post chnpel. Ucut. and Mrs. Robert E. Shea-, hatj of Rocport, Mass., wore the couple's onl v attendants. Lieutenant and Mrs. Flnlt will make their home in Dlythovlllc while he Is stationed at the local field. * • • Card Club Entertained Mrs. Joe Hornby was hostess to members of the Friendly Seven Club yesterday afternoon when she entertained at her home. Crepe myrtle decorated ibe living room oi the Hnmby home, where card games were played during Ihe afternoon. An ice course was served. At the Hospital* Walln Hospital Admitted- Mrs. Frank Dnnahoo, Holland Mo. Mrs. W. T. Ramsey, Manila. T. C. Beasley, Bleele, Mo. Dismissed— Mrs. J. L. Tyrone, city.. Mrs. Minnie earner", cjly. Nellie Sue Mosler, Tyler; Mo. Jnmcs Bomar, Charleston, Mo. UlytlicvllJd Hospital Admitted- Mrs. Robert Jackson, Cooler, Mo. Mrs. n. E. Davis, city. Born lo Mr. and Mrs W, T Bavls, city, n son last night. Dismissed— Mrs. 13. L. Lnccy. awcoln. Mrs. James Cook, Luxora. Memphis Ilsiillst llos|illal Admitted- Mrs. M. George, city. Memphis Mcthuillsl Hospital Admitted— Clem navvcn t-Iaynle. Osccola. ' Memphis SI Jiwcpli's Hospital Admitted- Mrs. Kate Bishop, Kclscr. Gerjiat'y is second only to the Dulled Slates In number of telephones. Courier wewi ATOT SASSIE and tlie FOLKS JWW^S"* l mettnder e <1 d °wn Ute •pj^lte'^^. roa d toddy to sec young «ii pfe^'||j^ Betsy Dawson.Slie'dcome^jB "•M cryiu'tomethcotherwcek when Lud up an' threw her biscuits at tlie .ciag. Said that's all they were fittcn for ... "Make "em with that grand new Royal Bakin 1 Powder,'* I says. An" now Lud just eats out of her handl Try Aunt Sassie's Baking Powder Biscuits So light and fender made wifh the newRoyolf 1 tupi lifted all-purpoiil flour 2 Icaspacns Royal S.A.S. Phoiphalo Doklng Powder , Vafeaipoon salt 4 fablftJpoont fHorfantng V< cup milk Sift together flour, baking powder and salt. Add shortening ami mix in thoroughly with fork. Add milk to make soft dough. Turn out on floured board and toss lightly until outside looks smooth. 'l Roll out Vs inch thick. Cut with floured biscuit cutter. Place on greased pan. Bake in hot oven at . 4?5 ° F-about 12 minutes. Makca 14 two-inch bis- cuns-but don t stop here! Use grand now Royafin all your favorite • .ec.pcs. Sec what wonderful results you get. Remember, it's the only popular-priced baking powder with the famous Royal name. IRK OrFERI BUY I H.-OIT I IB. i nil oJ M {,» ail A ,, 6ur 8rtltr , whll . Kli,i,,t p ,f. SENTIMENT^ EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS, properly designed, arc remembered nlwavs. Our Hovers nrp n\ ways fresK and all work is B u,rnnt c ed to ptaSs. Ut wr SM l designers help you with your floral needs IAPCI.. ^FLOWER SHOP „. „ , Ph. 491 Mrs. J. M. (Mae) We ._peU T er Anywhere Glencot Bid?. Have Equipment Fixed Now— PAY NEXT FALL Have tractors and farm implements overhauled and repaired NOW while parts can be secured and -our shops can do the work . . . DON'T WAIT FOR THE UTJSH SEASON. We'll take fall billing on the charges. Delta Implements, Inc Shoe Rationing Program To Be Topic July 24 The Shoe Rationing progrnm of tlio OI'A will be discussed m a meeting of nicrclmntA- and OI'A Officials at Hotel Pc.ibodv nt Memphis the ulglit of July 24lh. William A. Molstcr of Hie OI'A nt Wiulilnglon will discuss slice rationing wltli mcrclinnls Itom (lie tii-stntos. He described his tiwk us oilc of "seeing liow lho merclmnl liii.s lied) effected by slioc and bant mtlonhig uml securing his rccom- niciidnttoiB us to any chnnge.s In the rationing program which mmU! mnke It more practical from IV trade's point of view". Also attending Hie meeting will tic Herbert, L, Well. District Vool- K'enr Rittlonlng Officer for OI'A In Arkansas, niul Joseidi !,. ills- ginboUinin of Dallas. The meeting which will be held "t 8 p. M. will fciitnre a question nnd answer session nt which j»er- chaiUs may learn details of the program ns applied to their Individual business problems. ; Bits bf News $ Mostly, Personal George M. Lee left yesterday afturnc.'m for a business trip lo Hot Springs. He expects to lie away for several days. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Minyattl iiavc as their guest for several days Mrs. w. I,. Stcgall of Jackson, Tonn. Mrs. Fred child Is visiting relatives in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. P. E, Coolcy spent yesterday in Memphis where Mrs. Cooley consulted her specialist. Mrs. Gilbert Hammock returned this morning from Manchester, N. II., where she visited her husband, Staff Sergeant Hummock, who was stationed there prior to going to an embarkation point for overseas service. While here she will be the guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Hammock. Mrs. Oeorgc M. Powell nnd -on, George Keck Powell, of Washington, D, C., arrived Tuesday for a visit with her parents. Mr. aivl Mrs. O. E. Keck. Mrs. Keck and her daughter, Mrs. F. Don Smith, met them in Memphis. Colonel Powell now is stationed in Washington with the Army. Miss Lorcne Bentley lias returned from « visit of two weeks in Flint, Mich., as the guest of Mrs. Bill Cnslmon. While nway she also spent some time in Detroit. Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton Talbott of Washington, D. C., will arrive tomorrow morning for n visit with her mother, Mrs. Emma Nolen, mid her sister, Mrs. E. 11, Mason mid family Mr. Talboit will return to Wauh- tnglon, where he is connected with tlie Navy Department,' after u two- weeks' visit here, wlille Mrs. Talbott will remain for u longer time Tech.- Sert't. Charles H. Holmes who Is stationed at Orlando, Pla., loft toil.-iy to return to Ills station after Kpendliif; a brief leave here with relatives. Martin McAuliffe has returned from St. Louis, where he spent six weeks with his mother, Mrs. Jua- nltn McAnliffe. Mrs. G. G. Kaiiba and daughter Mfss Lucille Siilllw, are spending a two-weeks' vacation In Hot Springs. Mrs. Virgil Greene, Mrs. John Pill and Miss Evelyn lilythe-, who is vls- ItliiK here from HnUlcKburg, Miss spent Tuesday in Memphis. Mrs. C. H. Mangrum and (laughter, Ruth, loft yesterday for Merced, C'Hllf., where they will make an extended visit, with relatives. • Mrs. Jehu Mclianey and daughter, Miss Fiances Mclianey, Mrs. George Cross St.. and daughter. Miss Mnrgnret Cross, nnd Miss Patty June Davis are spending their vacation in Hardy, Ark. Miss Jane Urisendine of Essex, Mo. 1 , Is visiting here as the guest of her mint, Mrs. H. ! Jt Reeder. Mrs. Miiryaret Todd Daniel ot Fort Smith, Ark., who taught in'tin SiKllntry Scliool lier e last winter arrived Monday for nn extended Visit with Mrs. R. V. Gill. Mr. and Mrs. Glair Miljer and two yomiK sons, together with Mrs. Miller's niece, Miss Henna I'arker, have returned from a 10-day vacation spent in Hnrdy. Mrs. unsil Unughlory and daughter, RiimoiiH, returned this morning to their home in Tucson, Ariz., after a two-week's visit here 'with Mrs. Dnugblerty's sisters, Mrs Edit!) Vest and Mrs. Enrl Rogers. They were accompanied as far as Memphis by Mrs. Rogers nn ( i Mrs. Harry Johns of Junction city, Knns. Mrs, Willis Whlsenhmit and two children, licnnle and Bobby, of Hoi Springs, will arrive tomorrow to spend 10-iluys here with her sister. Mrs. cltiir Miller and family. Mrs.. Hnrry Johns of junction City, Knns., Is spending two weeks liere with her sistersr, Mrs. Edith Vest nnd Mrs. Earl Rogers. Condition of Mrs. J. L. Tyrone, who underwent a minor operation yeslcrrtn v afternoon nt Walls Hospital, was Improved last night. , Mrs. H. C. Blnnkciuhin and three children. Norbcrt, Monya Kay and Ucnia Ann, arc visiting lii Greenville. Miss., ns (lie guests of relatives. THURSDAY, JULY 20, Keeping Up With The Men In Service The pt'otnotlon of Orvat S. Glide lo tliu rank of corporal was announced recently "somewhere in KiiBland" by the commanding gen eral of the AAF Eighth Fighter Command. Ills v.'lfe, Mrs. Evelyn M. Glide, lives on Route 2, Hlylbevllle, and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ondc, live In Tell city, Ind. He entered the Army Air Corps ;n September, 1042. Pvt. Austin Wllllammn, son of H, li, Williamson o( Route 2, Bly- (lioville, Is serving as a motor vehicle tneclKitilc on the Fifth Army front In Italy with n Quartermaster Truck lialtalion thnt has been overseas two years and in combat both here and in Africa. Sergt. Robert 1!. Holmes of Bly- Iheville recently was promoted to that rank ut the Infantry Replacement Training Center at Camp He/id, Texas. Sergeant Holmes Is the son of Mrs. 11. L. Holmes of Ulythevllle. Announcement was made recently by the Fifth Air Force Service Command iti New Guinea of the award of Hie good conduct medal to Pfc. Adrcs Middleton, son ;>f Mr. and Mrs. Jim. Middlcton of Route I, BlythcvlIIc, for exemplary conduct and otitatandlng service in helping to maintain and supply the fighting aircraft of Die Fifth Air Force. Overseas for the past IS months, Private Miildlcton was employed on tlie Herman Matthews farm near Blytheville prior lo his induction into the armed forces. Another BIytiieville man also !ins been awarded the good conduct medal in the Finn Air Service Command In New Guinea. He is Tfc. Odell Holloway, son of Mr. and Mrs .Samuel' Hollowny of Blythevillc. IJefore his induction into the armed forces, Private Haloway was employed by Falkner and James of Blylhcvillc. Coming Event* FRIDAY Mrs raul Kimbra entertaining C.B.C. Club. ^ 400 Club iiiecllng with Jfrs.- Frank Brown. Initial Chil) meeting with Mrs W. S. Enstlnirn. Mrs. Day's Ideal BABY SHOES Soft Soles— Sizes 0 to 3 At Popular Prices POLL PARROT SHOES For Boys and Girls Women's and Children 7 ; HUARACH 2.45 ' CHILDREN'S PLAY SHOES Brown Check and Red Check 2.9.5 Non-rationed . . . Sizes 10 to 3 The Family Shoe Store 312 W. Main Phone 2342 Now Available In Book Form— HOME, FROM DIEPPE A complete account of the experiences of Sergt. Everett Oglcsfcy Manila, Ark., war hero, one of the first Americans (o fight on (he eon rent ot Europe In this war. Serving w m, the sallanl ol.l ?'ss« Scottish Regiment, he was wounded at Dieppe, spent H mS in a \«! prison and finally was repatriated Permanently dl" ablcd from his woundj, he has returned to Arkansas after Tjelng honorably dischargtd from the Canadian Army. Every American will want to read this absorbing starv of courage and patriotism. ' While they fast—a limited number of special autographed copies, mailed anywhere postpaid Only $1. ' SEND ORDERS TO SERGEANT OGLESBY % Courier News, Bljthcvillc, Ark. Marriage Licenses' The following couples have obtained licenses to wed, through tho local County Court Clerk's office In the courthouse during the past seven days: Chnrlcs Andridgc Holloway of CAN'T KEEP GRANDMA IN HER CHAIR She's as Lively as a Youngster — Now her Backache i|f better Many euffctcrs relievo nnggtng bacfcaciio rimckly, ,ouco they discover that tho real CSHISO of tlicir [rouble m:vv bo tircil Iciilncya. m HLQ kitliiGjH nrc Nature's cliicf way of talc- ing the (.-sects aclila niul waalo out of lho tltx»!. Itipy help jiiosl ix,-oplo paw about 3 rimaailay. Wlieji disor«!cr of kidney function permits puisuiiuua innttcr lo rciuaiu in your blootl, it nixy ca(i5csint!gmg tiackuciic, rlicumxtio p.iin«, .!CK pama, IOM ol i«p niul energy, gcttinn uj» in«lits, nwelling. piilfinuu under the cyoa, liCadMlics ntnl iliniiu.'a. rrwjucnt or ECatity I'rifs:i£*;3 \vilh Miurtiii}; nnd t>urnins EOII1G- limco ehoivs Ihrrc is xninctVins jvroJJg with your kitliicys or bbtldcr. Don't »vail! ^afc j^ur dni^-Iat for Doan'a 1 <11s, used Kiicwwlnlty by milliona for over 40 years, f hey five lia r py rdicf»».( will help Ilii: loimlcaof kulncy tuliM Hush out poisonous waste from your blood. Get, Doarra 1'Ulj. Continaou$ Showi Etery Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 1:04 n.m. 12:15 p.m. «:!! P Thursday and Friday .'& ^ Paramount News ami Selected Shorts ROXY SUHnets But. & San. Only Opens each night 6:45; starts 1 Openj Snnaaj- 1:00: St»rt» l:ls Contlnnonj Shows Sit. in* Son. 5»r»«in Nljht Every Nlfht Kxoer« Ba(urd»j. No rout* honored on Butay »< Ihe R«ly. Thursday anil Friday Private Buckaroo with the Andrews Sisters and Dick Form Selected Short Subjects Oyslcr 13ny 1, I., N . Y ., and Miss "n 8 !? B n' e Wcst ot B "Vlhcvlllc; cil Hamilton gf Madlsonvllle Ky and Mrs. Myrtle McOlwidon of Birmingham, Ala.; Alva A. Foster of Lawrcnceville, 111., and Miss Molllc Cloud of Sunnier, III.; John : all- son and Miss Jessie ShclleitberKer Irath of Port Royal, Pa. ' William C. Blckford and Mrs Frctia M, Hannon, ixith of Charleston, Mo,; Olen Henry Barger nnd Miss Dorothy Jean Casivell both of Metropolis, III.; James Bos Campbell and Miss Ethel May Kennedy both of Pnducah, Ky.; Raymond Richardson and Miss Plieloljia Bing- Imm, both of Dyersburg, Tenn.- Morton S. Alfre» and Miss Mllli- ccnt Shearer, both ot Dlyihevllle- Eric J. Outer of Detroit, Mich.', and Miss L. Maybelh Oerber of St Louis; James Ancel May and Miss Lillic Belle Stewart, both of Huffman, Ark. Williams J, Snyder of Dallas Pa and Mis;; Mary Davis of Nashville Tonn.; William Thpmas Ellis and Miss Jadye Espcy u>ath, both of Friendship, Tonn.; Elmer Newburn and Miss Lillian Lucille MoDen- hour, l»th ot Cape Olrardeau, MO • carl Jolje and Miss Lois Smith, both of Sikeston, Mo.; Virgil G Bulk of Brazil, Ind., uml Miss Alice' Tyler of Toronto, Onl.; Harold Emery and Miss Lillian Williams, both of Marlon, 111.; Newbern Ellis of Murphysboro, ]))., ami Miss Lucinda Roberts of Anna, III WuHcr D. Ringei- mul Mrs Myrtle Davis, both of Blythevillc; Charles Robert Mintar and Miss Ada Uae McRcynolds, both of Johnson City, III.; James F. Grtord of Blytheville, and Miss Jiianlta Eloise Cole of Carrolltoii, Ga.; Joseph w Blakely niul Miss Lorenc M. Martin' both of Detroit, Mich.; Warren Harry Molt and Miss Gertrude Evn Elklns, both of St, Louis; Harold UthofT of Bertrand, Mo., and Miss Lucille Griffin, of Charleston, Mo.; L. B. Work of Hornbcak, Tenn., and Mrs. Maude Butcher of Harragat Tenn.; Herman Davltz a )u j Mrs Alice Phillips, both of Mwphys- boro, Tenn.; Harold c. Homiess and Mrs. Carrie N. Brown Hodge both of Pcorla, III. BACON flii/et-riik- Vitamii-tidi MEMPHIS PACKIMS CO. In an average year, Ihe.Unfteq States produces more than 173,1 000,000 bushels of apples. j l£t all the earth fear the Lord; let nil the inhabitants of the world :;tand In awe of him.—Psalms 33:8, Read courier New* Wsnt Ads. H OW TO RUIN * . AND TT'S tragic how some j^iits lose their •** friends and ruin ilieic dresses because of perspiration odor and stains. And [here's no excuse for it. It's emy 10 save dresses, ic's eai) losavclrienJs. Use Arrid, the new cream deoJor- atit <{t?t helps keep your armpits dry and removes ihe odor ftom perspiration. Anid is safe and dependable for theso/(tv reasons: 1. ArtiJ does not icrjiateskin. Does not roc dresses or men's stuns. DRESSES LOSE FRIENDS f £ 2. Prevents uruitr-arm oJor. 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