The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 26, 1944 · Page 2
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BLY1BBVILLE (ARK.) COUKDSR WEDNESDAY, JULY 26- 1944 Miss Haley and Fiance Complimented \Yesterday ' T»(i parties were given yesterday complimenting Miss Carolyn Haley, whose 1 marriage 1 to J, Wilson Henry ~w$s solemnized this afternoon, 2 o'clock, at First Methodist Church, to c)lm,«x a series of Interesting events given since the (iig&g^inent of (he couple was announced in June Mr.'"and Mrs. Vernon Peters of Ripley, Terni, aunt and uncle of the bride, entertained with a .family iUiichean. yesterday noon at Hotel A,,three course luncheon was Eerveo* In the Colonial Room of the'hotel, with'the centerpiece of the (able formed of mixed flowers brought from the hostesses garden In Tennessee and Arranged In a crystal bowl Tlie Bridal theme was carried out, with the' use of place cards formed of miniature bridal bouquets. - ' Last night Mr nnd Mrs George M. Lee enterla(ned w,ith a'rcliearsal dfnnei for members of tho bridal pnrty and- out-of-town guests. here for t)ie wedding. Tlie 23 guests were seated at one 'large table arranged In the Colonial Room, where miniature bride and groom formed the centerpiece for the table Pastel colored flowers decorated the table and place cards were tiny bride's bouquets., Folloyrtng the three course dinner, guests went to the First Methodist Church for the rehearsal Out-of-town guests present Includes Mr and Mrs l Y crll on Peters of Ripley, Term, aunt and uncle ^ of ^the bride-elect, and George Henry,n( Jonesboro, brother of the > bridegroom-elect Bi-Monthly Club Has Parly Mrs Ty C Gates, Mrs Jodte Nabers and Mrs A G Hall uere guests of Mn> G S Barnes yesterday ' afternoon when she entertained members of the BI-Monthly Bridge Gluh at her home on West Walnut. In the bridge games played during the afternoon, high score prize ^as won by Mrs S P. Maitln and second" high by Mrs George W Pyles Defense stamps were ghen fts prizes Light refreshments were served during the afternoon • • # CluB, '.Guests Entertained The presence of two gUMls, Mrs Boyce Moore and Mrs C B Kettinger, added special interest to the PWty given last night bj Mrs H C. Blankenshtp for members of the G. N.'.B. Club. High"score prize was won by Mrs Kettinger, bunco by Mrs J P Nolen, and low by Mrs. Byron Nail A sandwich plate \yith Iced drinks was served Parties Will Honor . Oqt-Of-Town Visitor' Miss Madge Grace of Hot Springs, who Is spending this week here as the guest of Miss Peggy White and her parents, Mr. ami Mrs. Ben White, will be complimented at a seiies of, informal events during her visit. Last, night Miss Patricia Wise, entertaining members of la Neuvc Club • nt her home, Included mi extra table of guests lii special compliment* (o Miss Grace, and tonight Miss White will entertain at her home for her housegucsl. Tomorrow night Miss June Workman will be hostess at a party for the popular young vis- Hoi 1 , who flgnln will lie guest of honor ^ Friday night when Miss Betty 'Brooks Isaacs entertains. Mrs. Rlclmrcl Bland Logan Jr. will bo hostesses Saturday afternoon to complete an Interesting round of parties. Miss Wise's guests last night Included Miss Grace, Miss White, Miss Workman and Miss Isnacs. Bridge wns played throughout the cvcn|ng, with high score prize among-club members won by Mrs. Mclvin. Halsell and second lilgh by Mrs. John H. McDonald, while Miss Workman had lilgli score among guests. The guest of honor also was pie.sentcd with n gift from her hostess. 'A dessert coXirse wns £crre<l. At tiie>HospHali 'Walls Hospital Admitted— , Eugene Watkins, city. Mrs. C H. Bjrn, Steele, Mo Mrs Stanley Lukesayage, city. Carroll 'HUman, Tomato Lorene Thomas, city Kntherlrie Austin, Rt 1, city. Bljthevlllc Hospital Admitted- Mrs. Thomas Eskrldge, city Dismissed— Mrs. c. W Cutler, Sleele; Mo, ilarlyn Jean vDaugherty, city. MrsT "Alfred EdgUard, city. Memphis Baptist Hospital Admitted— H. J Hale, Osceola Mrs E c. Wade, Osceola. MemphlsSl Joseph'sHospilal Admitted— Alvln Huffman, city Slemphls Methodist Hospihl Admitted- Mrs. O.-E.Jarman, Osceola. ( Mrs. J B Wooten, WUson - Read Courier Hew» Waot AO*. Bits of News" Mostly. P_er8on»l The Rev. nnd Mrs. R. S, Balrd and their daughter, Beth, moved esterdny froiu tlie apartment they mve been occupying at, 411 V/est Walnut, to 1134 Holly Street. The Rev. Mr. Baird Is pnslor of First Christian". Chnrcli' here. Mr. and Mrs. Artliur Rushing will -have as tlielr Bucsts' for tlie remainder of thlr, week, Mi', and Mrs.' W. ; N. Jones Si',, and Mvs Lula Jones, all of Little Ro;k and Dr. and Mrs. \V. N. Joiie? Jr. of Hesperus, Colo. They were c-x- pectcd to arrive Ihls nflenioon. Misses Mnry nnd Frances Dowdy daughters of Mr. and Mrs. C. S Dowdy, left today for BatesviHe Ark., to be the gucsUs of tliel uncle and aunt. Sen. nnd Mrs. 6 E. Jones for a week. Mr. niid Mrs. E. F. Fiy had a their guests .yesterday Mr. and Mrs R. W. Ifowell Si'., of Jnckson, Miss Lieut, and Mrs. n. W. Bowel! Jr of Rr.d Bank, K. J,, Mrs. H. F Collins nnd Miss Mnry Stacey'Cpl lins of Memphis. Mis. Howell Sr., anrl Mis. Collins ore sisters of Mrs. Fry. . Mrs. John Wnttlcn and her granddaughter, Judy Williams of OarutliersvtUc, Mo., sutnt yesterday In Memphis with Mrs. Wal T den's daughter, Mrs. Duff • Galth'er and Mr. Gailhcr. Ivlrs. Walden re- turneil home lost night while Judy lemnlned over for a longer visit with her aiml, who will (hive her here tomorrow. Mrs. Galtlicr will remain [or the weekend with her parents, and will be joined liere Saturday by Mr. Gailhcr. Mr. and Mrs. O. \V. Bennett of New Orleans, La., formerly of BlythovUle. were the overnight guests last iilgiit of-Mr. nnd Mrs. John WnUIen. Mr. ami Mrs. Bennett were enroute to St. Louis where thc v will spend tliclr vacation. Alvlii Huffman has been admit- cd to St. Joseph's Hospital in •lemphls where he Is undergoing )entiiieii| after having beenstrick- u'suddf'hly 111 while In Memphis, Monday, for an eye examination. *1rs. Huffman .returned home yes- orday. but will go bacfc to-Mcm- Plans Demonstrations In Food Preservation Miss Blanche Randolph, State Pcod Preservation specialist., will be In North Mississippi county two days this week. Thursday a dem- 'M13 t,omo;row to b e with liliri. onslratloij In /oW preservation will £^.'^»«^ fe^u.^ rsrft "l»^^ Eustls, Va. He now .hits fa }im lhe gaugey ^ ftt "^ ilmc. The demonstration Is open to all people Interested In food preservation for family use. On Friday, July 28, a food prcser- ily; He received the furlough'tipon completion of his four weeks of •boot" training at Farfagut, Idaho, Naval Training station; . Upon his return to 'the Farragut station he will be assigned to another school for advanced training be'foro going on sea duty with a fleet ship repair unit; . Before Joining the Navy, Mabry tvai", R civill.-jn machinist at (he Blythevillc Army Air. Field. He formerly wns connected with the Courier News as pressman and stcreotyper, • . l Fort' Eustls, Va. He now has (6-Camp r a. _ '.'•',>, Mrs. John W. Tabor or Nnsh- /llle, Tcnij., will arrive tomorrow or a short visit' with' her sister, Mrs. W. P. 'Brewer nnd Dr. Brew- T. .; • ' . Mrs. .Turner Kissell Is spending iev vacation In Oklahoma ! Clty, Okla., v.'her e she Is vlsltlnu rcla- Ives. . I Mrs. K. s. Gray of Jnckson, Wlss., Is spending several days here with her daughter, Mrs. John G. . She 'will leave Sunday for Big Springs, Texas, where she will rfslt another . danghtcr before re- timing to her home. . Mr. ami Mrs. T. A. Peters of Dyersburg, Term/, came to'dny to i.U'eiid the wedding of their niece, Miss Carolyn Haley lo J. Wilson lenry, .which was solemnized at 2 o'clock • tills af'lBnioon at ' First rfetliodlst Church. . . Mrs. 'Bess Proctor, formerly of Jlytheyllle' and now of LHt|e Rock, where she is regional repres'entn- Ive.of;the'Brewing Industry'Foundation: attended to business here esteVday. Mr, ana Mrs. T. B. O'Keefe. rlr.' nnd Mrs. H. G. 'Trnylp'r and vilss Cora l.cc Colcrnnn spent Mond«y In Memphis and Byhatlii.Mis's., \vher c • they attended funeral ser- •Ices-fbr C. E.' Lynch of'Oscc'olii, who died Sunday. vation demonstration will be given at l.one Oak club house and the steam pressure cooker tillages will also be tested. ROXY Httinen 8»t. & Kan. Only Opens each night 0:45; «tart» ; Opens Sunday 1:00; BUrti 1:11 Continuous Shows Sat. mi San, B»rr»ln Night Every Night Ei B»tnrd»y, N* )*n«* honored an BDBlfty the E«iy. Tom Mabry Completes Navy 'Boot' Training Tom Mabry, machinist's male .second clnis lii "the Navy, arrived here yesterday for a 15-day leave which lie will spend'with'his fain- Meetings There will be a regular meeting of Chtckasawbu Lodge No^ 134 P. A; M. tomorrow' night, 7:30 o'clock, nt the hall, when the first degree will be conferred, It was announced ' by Dowey Gentry, worshipful master. Coming Eventi ' FRIDAY Mrs. I.cnrtennie Fowler eh(ertaln- ing C. B.'C. Club. Mrs. M. S. Yntcs entertaining 400 Club.' . . .....B ,y Mrs. Jack Marsh entertaining Initial Club. ' : • ' ' Dcallis from pedestrian' accldeiits in Missouri during the first three month's of this year Increased 74 per cent compared with the same period last 'ycnr. TEST f J55L, PfTROlEUM JdlYTHISWAV *'!"-•> Worolino bctn-ctn thunil. o^u miwr. Spread slowly n pat t -. L ,°. n E f>)rcii -prove 'Morolino'a Jilgh quality, "i'of rii Continnoui Shows Box Office Opens 1:4S Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KU)N UB. 12:45 ^m. «:M f Last Time Today 'Nine Girls' uith Ann fl&rtllng and Evelyn Keyes ' Also, Slelro's Jealare len^fh "TUNISIAN .VICTORY" Thursday and Friday Paramount News and Selected Shor'l Subjects BINGO Catholic Mall .7; Thursday Kite , Tl_ ''woRib's UBEESTsuitRM'idi Last Time • Today. Tassportto Destiny' with Elsti 1-uiichc.sler ami Gordon' OH vet* .Selected Short Subject Thursday and Friday .###& Sponsored Br the Allar Society The Gift Shop Hrien uril Anttiw Gift* COSMETICS BABY GIFTS Gnettor Cud* NorelUa : MOSS BRYAN MARGARETS . BEAUTY SHOP m •. rmi Phon«2532 ' Your Singer Sewing Center now features a Fasliion Services Department offering tewing notions and services to tho woman vho sc\vs. A few of tho notions available are; THREADS • UliTTONS • BUCK. LES • NEEDLES • SC1SSOHS SLIDE FASTF.NKHS • SHIELDS RICHAC r SIIOULtlEU PAHS SE\Vti\C BOXES A.VD.K1TS Scrricet include; '$ BUTTON ASfl BUCKLE COVERING • CUSTOM MADE UELTS • nUTTO.MIOLf.XG UEMST1TCI11NC Visit this new counter. You'll find it's pleasant to shop at your SINGER .SEWING CENTER 114 S. Broadway Phone 27S3 ' JL ASK ABOUT THE 500 CLUB If You Served In . the' World Wars You Belong lii The American Legion PAY YOUR DUES EARLY THE AMERICAN LEGION Nationiil Ik-mlqiiitrlers Indianapolis (i, Iiul. Fellow Lcglnnaire; ' Wartime emergencies and problems arc be- .sclling our individual liberties in a world slai:scring from the blows or aggressors. A new and needed evaluation Is placed on loyally to the United Slates of America. Your Amerlciyi Legion button is n hailgc of your loyally. As II represents honorable service in lime of 1111 earlier war, II likewise slands for willingness to serve in the present conflict. It stands for 2G years of devotion lo Ihe community, stale and nation. America has need again of the men who were Ike first line of tier defense 20 years aeo. More than 1,308,000 Legionnaires arc .slill the shock-troops of '.Internal orderliness and safeiy. Our Country needs you, fellow Legionnaire. She must have men of your breed, of your unquestioned loyally, of your tested courage, of your sound judgment; nicn who can .think clearly ami act wisely in emergencies. For 26 years, men and women of The American Legion have led the fight for an adequate national defense, for the inculcation of Americanism. It is inevitable that .today the first thought of the Legionnaire should be for the safely and welfare of his country. Today, The American Legion is on guard, whether .the menace be toes from without or fifth columnists from within. You can serve well in the ranks of The American Legion. The country, calls,, we beckon, yon respond. Record your renewal membership for 1945 with your post, immediately. There's a job lo he done, again. Let's get M It! . . PONALD G. GLASCOFF, National Adjulant. Dud Cason Post 24 Blytheville, Ark. 1A Reasons for Continuing Your Membership 1. CONTINUmi SERVICE. The blue and g nlrt button of Tlic American Legion tostifies to your honorable service fur Coil anil Country, in the war days of 1917-18. or 1011-11, and for 25 years of loyal service (o community, st.i.'.e and nation during the days of pe;ice between wars*. Z. REHABILITATION'. By your membership yon arc noiv making il possible not only lo attain our objective of Iiaviiiff every- disabled war veteran and his dciieiulcu.'.s cared for adequately, L'v.- you are assuring timc- Iricd American l.ejjiou scn'icc and counsel to those who suffer dlsiiblemenl in the present ronflict' 3. CHILD WELFARE. As, a Legionnaire yon are helping to carry out the great Child "Welfare program of The American Legion. 4. AMERICANISM.''No more important program for (lie American Legion exists than the championing of the prcsorv.V.iou of nur liberty as a nation of free people. 'L'his we define as Americanism, whose aim \vc seek lo serve through patriotic education among all our cill/ens, with particular emphasis upon informing' our youth of the blessings of citizenship and the resiiomibilities such citizenship entails. We oppose unequivocally • all 'un-American : plnlosophics of government and subversive conspiracies wherever they may cxin 1 , in this nation. 5. JUNIOR EDUCATION. Tou will help teach high ideals and .sportsmanship to the youth of America through the Sons of The American Legion .lunior Baseball; Roy Scouts, Hoy' Slates, Oratorical Conlests, Vrc-lnduc- lion Military Traininjr, anil School Mfil.il Award proRrams. G. THE FIGHT TOR VICTORY. You arc supporting the all-oni effort of The American Legion to do the jobs we arc best titled for as an ory.iriization and as individuals lo win this war. Many of our comrades arc now back in the armed forces, others form tho spearhead of war work on the home front, civilian defense, bond sales, etc, 7. LEGISLATION. The powerful legislative influence of Hits tegion must be continually evidenced. For 22 years the Legion has advocated Universal Service in lime of war. That such equality of service he put into practice is more important than ever at this time. 8. NOX-PARTISIANSniP. You will become a member of .the most democratic organization in the world. No ran}:, no race, no creed in the Legion. 9. COMRADESHIP. You loin up with a real outfit of those who served sittc by side with you, through -thick and thin. Friendships made on the battlefield and In the service endure, 10. ORGANIZATION. 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