-M' -<• /AGE TWO C'OURIEB'NEWS FRIDAY, JULY 21. 1944 . Bridge Party Honors Miss Carolyn Haley Another Itv the, series of parties whleli have been given complimenting Miss'Carolyn Haley since the announcement of her 'engagement j*nd approaching marriage to - J. Wilson Henry, was the bridge parly given last night by Mrs. W. W. Shaver, .her daughter, Miss Margaret Shaver, and 'Miss UHlan Shaver, - • Tlie • §havor home son 1 . Highway 01 South' was' the selling for (he affair, which was attended by 14 fiuests. Gladioli featured the decoration of the living room, while m;xe<l Summer flowers.were, arranged in the dining room and on the porch ol the home. Iced drinks were. served during the evening, and at the coiislusion of the games it sulud eotir.se was served. High score .-prize in Mho bridge games went,to.Mrs. V. O. Holland and second-'high'to' Mrs. C. M. Smart, while'the guest of honor was presented with a gift of silver from her' hostesses. Out-of-town guests present Included Mrs, Gene Pleemmi and Mrs. Bob McKirinon.of Manila, and Miss Ellen McKihnon of Memphis. Compliments Houseguesls Miss W ilia gene Daws .entertained with a.watermelon party Wednesday night in special compliment to her houseguest; Miss Sylvia Thompson of Halls, Tenn Eleven guests attended the affair, Including ,' one:..out-of-town guest, Malcolm Lawrence of Pay- etterille, Ark., houseguest of his aunt, Mrs. H. W. Wylle and family. Games and contests, entertained the group for several'hours before ice cold •watermelon was served. Mrs. Nuim Is Hostess • Mrs. Marvin • Nunh entertained members of the 'Friday* Lunchr.on Club . yesterday -morning at her home on'West. Wn I nut, when she also hud as her guests, Mrs. O. o. Caudlll 'and Mrs. Paul Greenwell. Bridge was played' during the morning hours, with high score prize won by Mrs. W. M. McKcnsilc and second high by Mrs. Nunn. Luncheon was served at the conclusion of the bridge games, Picnic Supper Is Given The 10 members of the c. & N. Birthday Club entertained their families last' night with n picnic supper .at Walker Pnrk. Following supper games on Ihe playground equipment at the park entertained the youngsters for several hours, while ihclr parents 'visited. 11 Out-of-town s»«(s were Miss Irma Voss of El Dorado, Ark., houseguest of her sister, Mrs. Harry Lutes, Mrs. Hugh- Wright of Uix- orn, and Mrs. Katie Harwell of Urnmvsville, Tenn., guests ol Mrs. J. A. Payne and family. . • * • Fencllers Have Daughter Major and Mrs. Benny Fcndlcr of Alexandria, Ln., formerly of Manila, are Ihe parents of « daughler born this week in Alexandria. The baby Is their first child. ' . Major Fendler now Is stationed at Alexandria with the Army Medical Corps. Plans For August Wedding Announced By Miss Best OSCEOLA, Ark.. July 21—Miss Virginia Lee Best, (laughter of Mr. SHE SEKS YOUR BLOOD and leaves LIVING DEATH! their Game Is Ended Bits 6f Mostly; Personal ; .While their fellow-counlrymcn suffered under Nazi oppression, ; the two French civilians in the photo above led a comparatively • easy life (is reward for collaborating with the Germans. They are ' : hiding their fnces after being sentenced to life imprisonment at i hard labor. ..• . ' Mrs. Tllclen P. Wright Jr., and son, T. P. Ill, left Tuesday afternoon for Charleston, S. C., where they joined Major Wright, who Is temporarily stationed . there. • Herbert Swcarlngcn Jr., a student at .University of Arknnsns, Fayettevlllc, ai rived Ihls morning to spend the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Swear- fngen Si'. Mrs. Jane Wheeler returned yesterday morning from a month's vacation spent at Ashvllle, N. C. Mr. and Mrs W. O. Reeves ami family left today to spend a three week's vacation at Gallinsburg, Tenn. Mrs. John Walker Is resting well nl her home on East Main Street where shfi Is recuperating from a fall' suffered Wednesday morning when she injured her left fool. She will li e confined to her bed for several days. Staff Sergt. Hubert Seytnorc has returned to his station at Lincoln, Neb., after spending a 15-day furlough here with Mrs. Seymore and their two children. Billy and, Georgianna Hatchett arc .spending this week in St. Louis as guests of -Oielr grandmother Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Chamblln left tills morning for New Orleans [or. a visit--with their sbr,, Pfc. Bill Chamblln, who is attending Medical . College there under the A.S.T.P. Tlicy will be away foi about to clays. John Ed Regenold, son of Mr and Mrs. E. M. Regenold of Armorel, returned yesterday after month at, Gamp Carolina, Brevard, N. C. Miss Jane iMcAdams left this morning for Cleveland, Ohio, where site will spend two weeks as 'the guest of Mr. and Mrs. v);" p W Stop fiar bcfon ih« bites .". .with FLIT I Flit ii tudden death to ill mosquitoes. Yes! \ Kven the dread Anopheles . . . the'mosquito y) tliat carnej malaria from a tick man to you L-* ... the mosquito you can tell, because it. itandt on its head ,. . It easy to kill with Flit, Buy an ample lupply of Flit, today I gM ••§ Witt flf«», «nt», f '\'j •| I I • moths, bedbugs and f • •• I all moiquftoet. *•'• BE SURE IT'S FLIT! ASK fO» IHt miOW COHMIMM WJIH 1HI WACff tANDI Kill, Our Ad in yesterday's Courier News read: Ironing Boards . 45c 35c It Should Have Read: Ironing Board Pads 45c 35c Planter's Hardware Go. Incorporated and Mrs. Jnmes Joseph Best, today made known plans for her marriage to Ensign William ErbyBeall Jr., son of Mrs. Betty Nell Starr. The engagement was announced several days ago. The mnrrlngc will be solemnized on Monday, Aug. '21,' fit 8 p'l m., nt First Presbyterian Church 1 in Osceola, .with the Rev. n. T. J.aw- raice, pastor of the church, officiating. Tlw bride-elect, who will be given in • initn iagc by her father, will- be attended by Mi's. J.-xseph Rnnsom Cullom Jr., .of Wilson, sister of the bridegroom-elect, as matron of -honor, and by Miss Betty Semmes and Miss Emily Sue Sllvei'bhttt as bridesmaids. • Josepli Cullom III of Wilson will be ringbearer. Lieut. Robert L. Allen of •Jacksonville, Pla., -where Enisgn Beall Is stationed, will attend him us best man. Groomsmen will be 'Ensign O. L. Dailey Jr., and Ensign Charles Lougmlre, stntlpned ; itt Jucksonviile/ •'' l x 7 ''- ''- '-v-' Red Cross, Garments Will Be shipped Soon A shipment of knitted garments will be made next week, it was announced today by Mrs. C. W. • Af- llick, cliiilnnnn'of knitting for the Chickasawbn District of the American Reel Cross, who naked that any persons having completed garments, or ;vho will be able to complete Iho garments on which they now are working by that time, bring them to her so that they may be included in Ihe shipment. Mrs. Afflick also asked that any persons having Red Cross knitting needles not now in use return them to her at once. making the bandages.- A supply of molei'ial now is on hand and'work- ers have been asked to cooperate 'n this work. At the Hospitals i- - Walls Hospital Admitted- Mis. Raymond Wren, city. Mrs. J. H: True, Leachville. Mnrjoric Mayo. Osceoln. James Robert Dunlnp, city. Karl Franklin Orimn, city. Born lo Mr. and Mrs. Woodrovv Slgiuin, a daughter, last night. Dismissed— Monroe Hull, city. ' '• lllylhcvlllc Hospital Admitted- Horn lo'Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Bowling, Armorcl, n diuiyliler this morning. Wesley Lee Cnlhomi, Warden, Mo. Dismissed— Mrs. I. F. Anderson and -baby ; city. . Sip Sit, Cr/gger..,,Jr.',. and other relatives. This morning, : she and her aunt, Mrs. W. M, McKenzic, lefl for Hayll, -Mo., for a two day visit with Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Rhodes. Master Scrgl. Eric Whltley, who has served 14 months overseas in North Africa, Sicily, and Italy, has arrived to spend two weeks here with Mrs. Whltley and her mother, Mrs. Edwin Robinson. Miss Irma VOss of El Dorado. Ark.; is visiting here as (he-guest Of her sister, Mrs. Harry Lules and family. • • '•••. • Mrs. Bert Lamb L-s spending two weeks in Euporn, • Miss., with • her parents, Mr. and- Mrs. W. E. Hood. Rouse Harp Promoted • To First Lieutenant Rouse Harp, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Harp, has been promoted to the rank of first lieutenant In the Army Air Corps, according to information received by his parents-.' Lieutenant Harp, a bombardier- navigator aboard a big bomber which flies from ing'.antl, has Mown more than 100 missions since his arrival there in March of this year. A brother, Lieut. John Harp, now is stationed at Baiksdale Field, Shrevcporl, La. Harold St, John Tells Kivanians Of invasion > Members of the Blythevllie Kl- wanls Club, meeting v^ednesday noon at Hotel Noble, had as guest speaker for the luncueon, Harold St. -John, chief motor machinist's mate in Die Navy, who was wounded in the invasion of Normandy. Mr. St. John, who Is spending his leave here with his mother, Mrs. J. S. St. John, paid highest tribute to the foot soldiers :>( the Allied armies, who, . he said, bare the actual brunt of the fight. He also expressed highest praise for the 'medical staff for Uirir work amoving the wounded. Other guests at the luncheon were H. C. Campbell and Paul Hilling. .Several numbers on th» accordion were played by Mr. Hill- Ing lo complete the day's program. "I'm ready to sit out this argu- i inent for, two years, if neces-- .' sary," says screen star Joan Fon- ' taine, above, currently suspend- ! ed after battle with producer : Dave Selznlclc over roles offered ; her. . She says she won'ftakei. j any more "mousy" parts.'. 'i j Chciitham and their. : son, Bill Cheathnm, a photographer with th e Navy, who returned last week after several months overseas In the Southwest Pacific, Mrs. Phillips Robinson of Nashville, Tenn., came Wednesday for a visit- 1 with-Mr. and. Mrs:'"C:-E. Insulate your Attic w»h , BALSAM WOOL FILL YOUR COAL BIN NOW! E.G. Robinson Lbr.Cb. Bandage Room To Reopen The Hc<l Cross surgical dressing room on Walnut Street will reopen Monday morning til 0 o'clock, it was announced today. The room ws temporarily closed 10 days ago by )nck of material for THE OLD JUDGE SAYS..."?; C-\ tt ;> '.->• -A_ ••I*. 71 - /-^ /".-.',•'- '•' **• r~y,f \-'J /r~^ : .-fc'\ :;\ "l don't blame the fellows overseas for gettin 1 all het up over it, Judge. For the likes of me I can't see what's all the hurry about ho'din' these local prohibition clcc-, tkms while they're away." " "1 agree with you, Steve. Time after time...in their letters, in articles, in polls taken to get the views of our fighting men... they have indicated in unmistakable terms that they don't «ant any action taken on prohibition, either local or national, until they get back." "Too bad there isn't a law or somelhin' to be sure their wishes are carried out, Judge." ' "There is in one stale 1 know of, Steve, just recently it passed a law prohibiting the calling of any prohibition election until a year after the peace is declared." "That really makes sense to me, Judge. 1 ' THE PROFESSOR TO DETERMINE HOW BOTTLES OF OR. 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Only Opens each night 6:45; starts 1 Optm Sunday 1:00: Bt»rt» 1:15 Continuous Shorn Bat. an* Boa. Sanmln Nlflit Every Nllht Exeefl- ,'C -.,-: '-.-- 8»tQrt»J. .... .. Na r*ae« honored on Bul>7 •" .the Bajj, Last Time Private Buckaroo with the Andrews Sisters anil Dick Foran . Scleeted Short Subjects Saturday Guns of the Lafy with Dave O'Brien anil Jim Ncwill Serial: "The Phantom" No. 4 and Short Con. Showing Sat'day 1:00 to 11:30 Sunday and Monday >***«*«*»«.
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