The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 24, 1944 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, July 24, 1944
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BLYTHfcViLLE (AllK,) COtJRttil I ieut. Fan Takes Bride In Ceremony Sa Mi's Sue plercy, daughter of trir. and Mrs. O. R. Plerey of Asli<lo\Mi, Aik , became the bi)de of Lli'tit, Russell HOMJM fftr-ol Port Kncv, Ky , and BlytjUvUle,' Satu5> <?a\ afternoon. 5 o'clock, in an tnv picssive ceremonj performed in the presence of.a smalj grot) p of rela- uvts ami close friend/ of [he couple Phillip:) Memoiial Baptist Church In Brandenburg, Ky ,' Oft former home of the late T If, Haynes, grandfather of Die bridegroom, was the selling for the ceremony, with 11.19 -Rev. E. p. povK pwtor of (lie church, officiating- ijit.the dou- We ilng sen Ice . ',' Floor baskets of- while: ,'glndtoll \>>.rc used against a'"bjekgfound pf greenery to torm a setting for the mida! party, A program of pren.upllnl . miislc was given by Mrs. j Katherine Me- Gelice, oisftnist, and, her 'daughter, Miss Sue Virginia, McQehee, voca- li s (, who sang Sweetest Stor> Pscr Told", and "I I'Qve YOU Truly' Mrs \f=Gehee's selections incjud- ed "Travunerei", and' Schubert's •Serenade". The '•traditional wedding inarches \vere used as processional and recessional while "Ue- testraum" was • softly- plfiyed during the exchange of.Yowi, Miss Virginia Haynes Allen p/ Brandenbvirg servefl as maiu of honor and Hie blidf's pnly alien dant. Her dress was of- pastel green crepe and she -carried a Colonial bouquet of inUed tlpwers. The bride wore an original Clalie Potter model of pastel /pjnk cicpc, ( with a, tiny hat fashioned of pink featliers, and a. shoulder length veil. Her Colonial bouquet was pf white orchids and Bouvardla, iir- ranged with puffs of pink mallne. Hairy Carter Fair of Blythevllle served his brother as best man, while H. Curtis Drown of Brandenburg was an- usher,, ImmediHtcly following the ceremony, Mr. and Mrs. Russell FIUT, parents of the brldegrqom, cntcr- laincd with a reception at the Doc Run Hotel In Brandenburg {a, members of the b'rldiit party and close friends. •'.''•! ••'.:''' A bowl of. .white '•'gladioli unrt white snapdragons,, - Interspersed _ with greenery, tonned the centcr- pirce (or the table, while places of the bride and groom were marked with a miniature bridal couple. Later in the evening they left for .y 15-day wedding trip. -For traveling; Mrs. Parr chose an Elsenberg original model of cinnamon brown, with a matching Fall hat of felt, and a corsage o( orchids'. Lieutenant and Mrs. Parr arrived here last night foj-n, brief visit with his parents before going to AehdQKn for a visit ,w!tli Mr. qnd lyirs. Plerey. They win moke .their home in BrandenWirg;-'w»lle' LleU- tenant Fan- i s stationed a,t nearby Kort Knox. where' he 'received his commission as a second lieutenant Saturday morning from the Armored School. :-.- - , . Attending the weildlnt' ceremony from Blytheyille. were Mr. and Mrs. Hnssell Farr, Harry, Caller Purr, and Mis. T. H. 'HayueE, - grandmother of the 'bridegroom. • . » ^ v . - Lieut. Erjvvard Edds Weds In California Ceremony Tn e marriage 'of Kflss Jean Scliall, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Schajl pf Ohlcngo, to Lieut. Edward C. Edds-Jr'., of" Blythevllle solemnized July 3 at 'the post chapel at Plnedale Air Base, Fresno, Calif. Chaplain Walter Sheridan read the double ring rites at 6:30 o'clock In the afternoon. Mrs. John Finnlgan of Fresno, Calif, served as matron of honbr, and Lieut. E. Taccjielll of Utlqa, N Y , was best man. Mrs Hmilgan's dress was a floor length model ot white manjuiseUe, with pastel pink flo>ers appliqued on the skirl and arou'nd line drop shoulder neckline. She carried a sheaf of white gardenias. "• . Tile bride, given In marriage by Lieutenant Edds' commanding officer, MaJ. A. M. , Gibbon ol Milwaukee, WIs:, wore 'a-: formal wedding dress of white-Duchess satin and marquisette. White satin ap- phques in leaf deSlgi1 : formed the trim of the marquisette,, yoke, and (he full skirt extended into a short train. Her fingertip length veil ot illusion fell from a cluster of orange blossoms, and her;. bouquet was a sheaf of white gardenias, . Immediately following the ceremony, a reception and dinner were Civcn at. the Officer's Club, attended b v 21 of the bridegroom's -fellow officers and their wives. Lieuten^ i-nt and Mrs. Edds now are making their home at 649 Normal Avenue,, While he is stationed at Pinedale Ab- Base. The son of Mr. and Mrs E C Edds Sr., of BlythevUle, Lieutenant £dds -was graduated from the local high school and attended Louisiana 1 State University, Baton Rouge, for ,> two years prior to entering the "nrmcd forces. He received his com v mission in the Army AU- Corps last , October at Yale University." . • • • Initial Club Entertained Mrs. W. S. Easlbum was hostess to members of the Initial club and vwo guests, Mrs. Lois Shatley and Mrs. Donald Aycock, when she entertained Friday aftenioo nat her MARGARET'S BEAUTY gBOP 1H8. Ftert Phone 25|2 firing Ui Your Scanty Bride Of Lieutenant Fan- Russell Hiiyncs Fnrr. was before her mnrrluge to Ucntcnnnl Fair Snlurdny Bftcrnoon, Miss Sue plcrcy'of Ashdown. Ark., (Inunhlcr of Mr. nnd Mrs. C. R. Plcrcy ot Ashdown. home on Cliicknsnwlja Avenue. Bunco was plnycd dinint' Uip nfternoon, with tin; house tuy with mixed flowers. ,HI(fh score prte went to Mrs. Sfislburn, Ijunco to Mrs. lleimnn Mn;- and low to Mrs. Cliuul Stewart. A dessert course wtis served. V • • Second Son Is Born , Mr. ami Mrs. Eugene Blnckwcll of Louisville. Ky., tire (lie ]>nrcnls of n son born July 2 In Uniisville. The bnuy, their seconi) son, hns been named Jimmy Eugene Jr., Is four. ' Mr. Blncltwell now is cm])loycil "us clilef oiNirator of Ihe 'Ncuiirlnc dcparlincnt of Dupont Ix)iilsvilfe. At the HotpitaU Walls Hospital Admitted- Mr.';, H. Ci. lionnds, Triininnii. Henry Tucker, Cni-uthcrsvllle, Mo. Alice Kay, city. Mrs. Enrl Wilson, city. Eugene Jnnarcl, Stecle, Mo. Mrs. Irene Tinker Wallace, city. Virginia Henry, clly. Thomas C. Beaslcy, stcele, Mo Mrs. w. A. Word, city. Marie Hawkins; Stcele, Mo. Airs. Wooclrow Sigman and baby Dell. Mrs. R. E. Cobble and baby, clly. BlyUievllle Hospital Admitted— Mrs. Evelyn Eakes, city. Mrs,, E. R. Lancashire, city. Dismissed— Mrs. W. T. Davis and baby, city Dorothy Jean ailliam, Dell. James Priest, clly. Mrs. Gabriel Mike Jr., Manila. Mrs. R. U Bowling and baby Armorcl. Mrs. R. E. Davis, city. Memphis Ilaplisl Hospital Admitted- Mrs. Joe Bauer, city. S. C. Brandon, Wilson. F. W. Cnrtwright, Osccola. P. P. Rowell. Osccola. Thomas J. Gillcspie, Lnxora. Memphis St. Joseph's Hospital Admitted- Mrs. William Sides, Hayti, Mo. Read Courier News Want Ada Coming Event! TUESDAY Double O Ohib mecllng with Miss Margaret Shaver. Mrs. O. P. 'nicker entertaining Friday Luncheon Club. Q. N. B. Club meeting with Mrs, II, c. Bliinkcnshlp. Miss Patricia Wise entertaining La Ncuvc club. WEDNESDAY Club Eight, meeting wilh Mrs, Chiirlc.s Lnngston. FRIDAY Mrs. Lemlemile Fowler entertaining C. 13. C. Oluu, Mrs. M. S. Vales entertaining JOO Club. _ Mrs. ,mek Marsh entertaining initial Club. Bits of News Mostly; Person*! Miss Hull! Kcinlmr<Jl of Cleveland, Ohio, is vlsiiiiij;* here as the jjuost of her slater,- Mrs. Harold Flncfrock and Lieutenant Fine- t'rock. , • : .;. Mrs. S, S. Patlfwpjj of Jackson, Miss., who l)ns served for the past inowh as councillor pt the Mgry Owyim Cninp for ohls and I3pys near Brevard, N. C., arrived Thursday tp spend 10 days here with her mother, MM. w. T. Obor/st, before reluming tp her ppsitlon In Jack- 1911. Her daughter, Vivian Palter. 50-11, who remained pt the eam|) for Knottier month, will arrive about August 15, to spend several weeks hoi e'wilh her Brandinplher. Mrs. E. R. Lanc'asliire wns'fiil- mltted to niythevllln Hospital yb«- terdiiy for 'treatment for a-b'ack nllinenl, Mr. and Mm. Lancashire and their son, Jimmy, returned lasl week from a visit of seve.'ol weeks at points in Indiana. Mrs. Herbert Burnett left lust, week for Santa Ann, C»)!f., where she will Join Aviation Cadet Burnett, who is in jwfllBhl training .here. Mrs. Burnett, the former Miss Carmen U-wls, had spent (he past rive weeks lierp with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Henry Lewis, after having been' in St. Paul Minn., with Ciulet nuniel'. for five mouths while he was stationed llwe. Miss R.ovciifi Cole, who Is employed as 'bookkeeper <H Mom- gamt'i-y Wimi Company here, IIM return from n two weeks' vacation spent vlsiliug friends ' In Los Angeles, Calif. Mrs. Eugene Cozier has returned front a visit )n Louisville, Ky,, imi Norfolk, Vii. Mr. Dozlcr, 'elccl','1- c-lnn'.s mate l-c |» the Navy, now Is stationed In Franco, and Mrs Uo/ioi Is niaklnu her home with' tu-r parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. a c Blnckwcll at Arinnrcl, while her husband is on foreign duty. ' Miss Mnxlne Reid, who lins hn»n r.lletullne Siiinmei- Kdiool at Squtli- cnst MUsourl State Teacher's College, CMpc airardeau, Mo.,'-returned home Saturday night to spend the rcniuliidcr of the Summer with her parenOi, Mr, nnd Mrs. Max J5, Rtld and family. Mrs. ifarry Lewis and Mrs. O. C. Oanskc spent yesterday in Cu- riilhcrsdllf, Mo., as the giiMts of fi-leiKis and relatives. MI'-.s Sue Eamey, who is cm- ploycil In Memphis, is spending the week here with-her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Rnmcy oud family. Harold Hand of New York ar- ilvcd yesterday to spend Iwp weeks here with tils parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rosentlial, Mrs, Ulllan Plilllipj-of Wilson speiit ihe weekend at Armorcl with Jier Mtr, Mia. E. M. Reynold a»a family. . ..• • !,lfiit. Irene Johnson, w!io U sta- tlpnctl al Shelby, Miss,, will return there Wednesday afler spending her , 10-day leave here wl(h her mother, Mrs. o.-.B. jotin- ot. lic-r liome at 513 Mil Hi Ensign Alvln Huffman will leave ./cihiMda-- for duly wilh the Navy, reporting to C»hip McDonough, Plnllsuiirgh, N. V, Mr*. Huffman and-their, two : children will make their liome in BlylhevDIe wild re)- fttlve* for the present. Cact. «n<l Mrs, S. D. Patton and two young sons, David and Brooks, arrived'last night from Sfirasola, Fla., for a few day's visit with his mother, Mrs. H.'c, Patton, and his brother, E. c. Hatton nnd Mrs. Patton. Mrs, J. S. Homer ot Dloom/leld, Mp., arrived Friday for a:vlsll with her son, W. l,. Homer and family. Mr. n'Hl Mrs. John Snider and daugliter, Miss Oracle Snider, of SI. ijoais, arrived Saturday for u week's visit with Mrs, srilder's sister, Mrs. 13, S. Simmons and Mr. Simmon.'; at their-'home al Dell. Mrs. J. C. Sayre of Durand, Mich., is visiting here ss the guest Of lu-r slslor. Dr. Edna Nles, and Or. Cai-l Mies. . Mr. and Mrs. Elgle Brown of Llllle Rock spent the weekend here as giiesls ol Mr. nnd Mrs. JaKe Huffjnnn nncl other relatives, having come over especially to be wilh Mrs Brown's brother, Ensign Alvin Huffman, who leave Wednesday for duty with Ihe Navy. Ann CKiteiK. daiighter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Oalens, left yesterday fov Camp Shelby at Forrest, Term., where slie will attend cnmp for two weeks. , Corp. Carlos Deal arrived Saturday to spend his 15-day furlough here wilh Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Owens and fnnilly, after having received his gunner's wings last week nt Yunia. Ariz. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Lcggell have as their guests, her mother, Mrs: N: E. Parks, her aunt, Mrs. Lola McElvaney, both of Oxford, Miss., and her nephew, John Bond of Memphis. They will be here for several clays. ; Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Thompson and daughters, Sidney and Jennie MONDAY, JU1;V 24, JOU Miss Sylvia Thompson, who had been (he cuest for 10 days of Miss Wlllagene Daws. Miss Madge Ornce of Hot, Springs arrived yesterday for n week's vis! here with Miss Peggy White am her parents, Mr. ami Mrs. Ben White. Miss Grace and Miss White are former classmates at University of Arkansas, Fayetlevllle. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Williams ol Memphis spent the weekend here with her mother, Mrs. J. E, Crool. and family. Miss Jctlye Clalr Huffman has returned home from Austin, Texas where she attended the .Summer session at the University. She plans to spenu (lie remainder-of "the Summer here with her parents, Mr. a.iid Mrs. Alvin Huffman. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Caudle spenl yesterday in Dexter, Mo., where llioy attended funeral services for (heir uncle, W. C. Kenlon of D«x Mormon To Honeymoon At Miami Beach, Fla. MIAMI,Flit.. July 2-1 (UP)—Lieut Tommy Harmon, all-American football player at the University of Michigan and since then an Army fighter.pilot, will spend, his honeymoon with actress Elyse Knox at Miami Beach. '.'.'". .'Harmon salrt by long'distance from Hollywood, Calif, that he'and Miss Knox'will fly -to' Miami - immediately after their wedding 1 Aug. 20. ' --.-,.-. Typical WAC of the ATC Is pert! Pvt. Lucille Herman, above, of: the -Ferrying Division, Lp ve j : FIeld,.DallBs; Tex., according to| Harry Cpnpver, fashion model! : entrepreneur; who based judz- ! ment on soldiers' letters. Three' days after Pvt. Herman won the' award, she married 'Cpl, Bernie p Berrnan, of Jacksonville, Fla., : who wrote the \vinning letter. Lou, of Halls, Tcnn., spent yesterday here with Mr. .nnd Mrs. G. V. Daws and family. They were accompanied home by their daughter, The Eastern Ban'd of Cherokee own 64.000 acres of : land in . the deal Smokies of North Carolina. BINGO Catholic Hall Thursday Nite . 8p.m. Sponsored By Die Allar fioelely SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS, properly designed, are remembered always. Our Mowers are always fresh, and all work is guaranteed to please. l.ct our expert designers help you with your Moral needs. T^FLOWER SHOP F.T.D, Serrlce We Deliver Auywhtr* n. «1 Mn, J, M. (Mae) Williams, owner Olecexte Bldf. Temperatures High t Atlanta 87 Augusta 90 Birmingham 30 Charleston 8-1 Charlotte 87 Chattanooga 91 Chicago si Cincinnati 94 Denver 85 Detroit ot Jacksonville . 34 Kan.s:iji City . Macoti - ^9 Memphis , . (].| Miami ...'.....' 36 Montgomery 90 New Orleans 92 New York go Sun Antonio go Savannah 30 Wnshinglon 88 Dtillns . 92 Houston (H Jackson .... 07 Little Rock , ....'..'.'.'.'..'. 31 Shrrveport g^ Tallahassee 86 /or Colonel Barton because COUNTY COMES FIRST Manager For Barton Returns Here To Vote Max R. Reid, campaign malinger lor Col. 'I'. H, Barton of El Dorado, candidate for Ihe U. S. Senate, will mi'ivr here tonight to vote In tomorrow's election. He will return to Little Rock WecliiCMtoy. a ceo in pa nied by Mi's. Reid. WE'LL DO BETTER JN THE M5XT HALF; OUR TEAM ALWAYS , \ROWS FASTER TOWARDS THAT DR. PEPPER SIGN/ We ore proud that Colonel Barton, our next Senator, picked this one man in the state from Mississippi County as his manager. We know that the people here will back up their native son out of typical loyalty and in order to have representation in Washington with a personal interest in OUR INTERESTS. We're for Colonel Barton because ARKANSAS' RIGHTS COME FIRST! We want a man as our Senator in Washington who BELIEVES in State's Rights, a man whose SOLE INTEREST is ACTUALLY in Arkansas and not in a political career, especially the type of career which involves devoting valuable time to interests foreign to Arkansas. We're for Colonel Barton because ARKANSAS COMES FIRST WITH BARTON! We believe that the greatest armed forces in the world can take care of the winning of the war—and that our diplomatic department can take care of foreign relations. But—who will take care of us in Mississippi County and Arkansas? -,- Colonel Barton and our own Max B. Reid. Help Us Elect Co/. Barton Our Next United States Senator! M| SSISSIPPI COUNTY'S COL. BARTON CLUB Temporary Headquarters Lynch Building, Blytheville, Ark. Room 206 Mrs. 0e//e Cupp Dies Mrs. Belle Ciipp, tktpr of Joe McOlure of Blytheville, died Friday night nt Dlck.soii Memorial Hospital In Parngould. She was 63, She also leaves her husband T, J. Ctipp, five daughters, foul 1 sons, three sisters, and .six brothers, including Ray McClure ol Haytl, Mo. Bead Courier News Want Ad». A "Good Neighbor" v Policy— VOTE FOR & SUPPORT Julian James of Jonesboru For Congress He.has always supported Mississippi County In his six years ser»le* in (he Arkansas legislature. The Gift Shop Htdcra and Antique Gift* COSMETICS BABY GIFTS i* Cards Novell!* A Gift For 1 8U ( . MOSS BRYAN HI/ Continnout Shows Eiery Day Box Office Opens I : 45 Show Starts 2:00 UBTEN TO KU3N liM LB. 12:U p.m. 4:U f Last Time Today Hour Before Dawn wllli Veronica Lake ami Frarieliol Tone Paramounl News and Short Tuesday & Wednesday ALso, Metro's feature length "TUNISIAN VICTORY" ROXY lUtbuet 8»t. A SOB. Only Opens each night 6:45; «tarts 1 •Otto* 8imd»T 1:00; Start* 1:11 C«ntlnsoni fihowi Sat. ui< Smn, *Tf>{a Mfbt Ereiy Nlihl Ifeefi .;.••• . . Saturday, If* ttmtt fconond on Buiaj K, . 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