The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 27, 1944 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, July 27, 1944
Page 5
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THURSDAY, JULY 27, 1944 rf UEVILLE (ARK,), .COURIER f I'olyn Haley Is Bride |ln Ceremony Yesterday Miss Carolyn. Haley became the Iforidc or,J. Wilson -Homy in nn .ssii'o ceremony solemnized, lycsleitlay afternoon" at 2 o'clock lilt First Methodist Church, In the • presence of a liirge group of friends |nnd relatives, Tho Hev. S. B. Wilford, pastor lof tlie church," officiated at (he |seri'Ice. . .'...,'. White! 'cathedral tapers burning •in branched-wrought iron caiKiela- lura east n'solt Blow over tlie scene las tlie bridal parly stood before n 1 background formed/ of massed {greenery, flanked with twin gladioli I trees. Tiill tor baskets of white Ipladioll outlined the chancel of the Ichurrli. As (he (jucsis assembled for the [service, Mis. G. M. Smart, organ- list, mid Mrs. George, M. Lee, vo- loilist, gave a program of prenur]- |tial music'. Organ selections Included "Poem", JPoldini, "Idyl", Purvis, "Can/one lAmorran", from tlie "Love Suite" [by Ncvln, OIK! "Romance", l>y Liszt. I The traditional weddiiig marches Ivrae used- as a processional and I recessional, and "Liebcstrnum" I Liszt, was soflly played during the |exchange of vows. Vocal solos by Mrs. Lee were "O I Promise Me" from "Robin Hood", Jbv D e Koveii, and "Nocturne" by [Pearl Currati, Mrs. Lee also sang |"O Perfect Love", by Burleigh, as I Hie couple knelt, for prayer follow|ins the ceremony, Mrs. Lee wore bine lace with a I corsage of [link rosebuds, while [Mrs. Smart's dress was of printed I Jersey. Her flowers were white car- I nations worn in a bandeau across I w»j'- ; sX?fathcrinc Hudson and Miss I Mine Jieeii served as bridesmaids. 1 wearins- similarly styled dresses or I faille, with Irasqtic waists, and I bouffant floor length skirls. They I wore long laee mitts and carried I sheafs of asters. Miss Hudson wore pink with fin I arm bouquet of lavender asters and I Miss Decn wore aqua and carried I rose colored asters. Both wore handcanx of stephanotis in their I hair. Miss Lillian Shaver, maid of hon- I or. wore a dress 'of orchid crepe J trimmed with insets of cmbvoider- 1 erf organdy, designed with a fitted I waist and gored skirt. She carried I an arm bouquet of pink roscbutls. and wore a cluster of matching | roses in her hair. Margaret Lou Nekoii, daughter- I of Mrs. Roy Nelson, served as flow- I er girl, wearing a formal dress of 1 pastel green faille; with a tiny 1 bandcnux of stephanolis in her I hair. She carried a wedding ring I hoop showered with pink ribbons inrj . Plnnacchto roses. The hrltlc, gtye.n pi marriage, by. her -father, A. " O. 'Haley,' liwe a formal wedding, dress of while I Duchess satin aj>i>ltqued at (lie j neckline with seed pearls. The I long, fitted sleeves ended In points T^thc hands, and the skirt cx- s^ticcl mto a full train. Wei; fingertip length veil of illusion fell from a cluster of ste- I phanolis, and slip carried a .while 1 Bible, topped with a white orchid land showered .with stcplianotis. 1 Gcorse Henry of Jonesbor^ svv- I cd as liis brother's best man, with IB. p. Kigcr and Harvey Morris as I ushers. Immediately following the cere- Imony.Mr. and Mrs. Haley, parents lot the bride, entertained with a I reception in Ihe recreation room lof the church. Guests were recelv- led b V ; Mr. and Mrs. Haley, the I bride nnd bridegroom, and members lof Hit; wctltlmy party. I The refreshment table" was ar- I ranged with n centei piece formed lof a crystal basket filled wilh while I asters, white gladioli, white pom- Ipoms antl blue delphinium flanked I with jlcntler white lapers In crj'S- llal candle holders. The three tier- led wedding cake was served by IMrs'. Farmer England, while Mrs. IVcriioji I'ctcrs, of Ripley, Term., jaunt of the bride, presided at the |punch boivl. ^r. anil Mrs. Henry left ycslcr- rt^t. afteinoon for a brief wedding I trip' to Memphis before returning Blytheville Bride tor, Ml« Jcnnktln Jeiiimi), -hnve re, Innied uficr. speiulliii; scvwiil days' In HI. I.ouls. , • ' Mrs. John U. McUonnld left this ii'ornlng for Alaininianlo, N. M, .where she will Join Captain Nk- Donnld, wbo Is iinileriilng 1)-]? Iralnliig there for a month. Mrs, |j. A. fioodrlcli, Mrs. Ross Slcveas nnd Miss Cora Leo Cole- night with :i wdner roust ut Wulkor '""" will spend the weekend in 1'iuk. , Oilbeitsvllle, Ky., , w Biiest.s of Mrs. The 28 guests pluyed gumes for puodrlch's diiuBhler, Mrs John several hours, utter which they were 'Thomas, and Mr, 'riiraiiu.-; served a picnic supper. | Miss Ixnilse lx>i!i;ctt omplovcd Chuperones for Die iin'iilr were by (lie Southwestern HC|| Tele- Mr, iind Mrs. King, and' Mr. and' plvme Conipuny. has been 'fent lo Ml-t- C!ll fi.H.,!,!,! II ,,11 I..., II- L.I..1J.... T. - - . . ' V l " V *IV I VJ Mrs. tflienvood * * * Visitors Are Honored .1 Afternoon Of Bridge - Mrs, J. C. Kills Sr. enlerluiuccl three tables 'of bridge yesterday flrrnoon nt her country home at II uiiiiitiAtji i\\, nvr tuniury nome ai ........ lf > Mtl IHMLIL: in . Bin-field, .In spednl r.-jinpllineul lt> wllllc lu ' v hnxbnnd. Mnjor two out-of-town visit;)/,-,-, . Mrs. ls sll >l |o ned there, Is .spmi '' v "" 1 ' '""' ...... ..... ,,, . . Jesse J. Moore of tjlireve'n'ortv Ui., >».ik: til din i:yt^j(j[ I,.' 1-j.V., -••••" ....i. ...t MIU j;in-,>^ , vu JMl.v, of Mr. nnd Mrs. Jiihics '-d.vlhe Cicoru'e. Upon lier it-turn . . . Hill Jr., and Mrs^ John : W. Cocke ' ., . of ^fnl)llc, Ala,, who Is 'flic tjuest wlss Geon;c. who will spend .suv- of her pnreiils, Mr. and Mrs'. Mar- ml cil 'i' s I" St. I, mils us her guest, before going to GliH'iigo on n bnsl- vin Nurni. Gay lined flowers deconUed the nitcrtainlng i.-wms of the house, wllh bridge Inljles armiifed on the suniiorch and in (he living room. High score prize was won by Miss Virginia Nuini, second hltih by Mrs. Edwin Uobinson nnd third by Mrs. Marvin Niuin, whiie each of the two honorci-x wcie prcsentt'd will] n gift by their hostess. Wulcr::K'lon a lu mode wus served. Mrs. J. Wilson Henry was Miss Carolyn Haley, dnnghtcr oi Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Haley, prior to her marringe lo Mr. Henry, solemnized yesterday afternoon nt First Methodist church. here to make their home in the Wylic Apartments on North Division Street. For traveling the bride. chose a two piece suit of Navy sheer with powder blue trim, and an orchid corsage. Mr. and Mis. Vernon I'ctcrs of Ripley, Tenn., and George Henry of Jonesixiro, were out-of-town guests. • • • Miss Shaver Is Hostess Miss Margaret Shaver was hostess to members of the Double G Club and two guests, Mrs. Kava- Jnaugh Francis of Pine Bluff, Ark., and Mrs. Bliin- Heath of Fort Sumter, N. M., honseguesls of their parents, Mr. find Mrs. Tom A. Little, when she entertained Tuesday nigbt at her home on Highway (il South. Bridge was played during the evening, with high score prize won by Mrs. Albert K. Taylor, and second liiali by Miss'Sh'aref.' ' A -vilfid course was sorved. » • * Club, Guests Entertained Mrs. C. F. Tucker was hostess ,to members of the Friday Luncheon club Tuesday morning nt her home in Promised Land, when she also entertained three guests, Mrs. Eriitli McCool, Mrs. John W. Cox of Mobile, Ala., and Mrs. Jesse J. Moore of Shrcvcport, La. Bridge was played for several hours before the hostess served a plate luseliron at the noon hour. High score prize among club members was won by Mrs. Janus Hill Jr., and second high by Mrs. J. C. Ellis Sr. Mrs. McCool was high among the guests. Announce Birth of Son Lieut, and Mrs. Hershcl Curler arc the parents of a son born yesterday at Memphis Methodist, Hospital. The baby Is their first child. Mrs. Cfirtur is the former Miss- Jeanne Harrison, daughter of Judge and Mrs. Zal B. Harrison, with whom she has been making her home while her husband is overseas. He now is a prisoner of war iii Germany. Daughter Born Yesterday Capt. and Mrs. K. E. Wiser fire Ihc parents of a daughter born yesterday al Blytheville Army Air Field Hospital. The baby, the'.r flr.-it child, has been named Elsie. Vauglmn. The Wisers live at 1034 West Walnut. , • ' + * Weiner Roast fs'Given Shirley King, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher King, entertained last The Gift Shop Modern and Aniline GUIs COSMETICS BABY GIFTS Greeting Cards Novelties A Gift For Everybodj liHiam ISldt, Fhoiio ZZSi MOSS BR^AN MARGARET'S HKAUTY RHOf !•« 8. rin( Phone 2532 Bring Us Your Beauty Problems Eicnlnti Bj Apt^lntincnl DANCE Thursday — Friday -— And Saturday Nights \-30 to 1 O'Clock In the Beautiful Blue Room of the HOTEL NOBLE Admission 65c Incl. Tax The roasters of this leading selling brand of Coffee & Chicory.. AVm. B. Reily&Co. inc.. extend lo you this invitation: Take home a can of Luzianne.. use the entire contents . . . If you are not jatisfied in every respect your money will be refunded . . . This guarantee appears on every can. |OW TO RUIN v AND TT'S tragic liow some gills lose thcit - 1 fticnds and cuin ilicir dtcsses because of perspiration ocior and stains. And thctc's no excuse for it. It's cay 10 save dresses, it's <«uy to save friends. Use Airid, the new cream deodorant that helps keep your armpits dry and removes the odor from peispira- lion. Arrid is sife and Dependable for these Jin reasons: 1. Arriil iloei not irritate skin. Docs not rot dresses or men's shirts. DRESSES LOSE FRIENDS N 2. Prevents unJci-ann odor. Helps ^ stop perspiration safely. 3. A pure, while, antiseptic, stainless vanishing cream. <f. No wailing to <i:y. Can be used light alter slaving. x 5. Awarded Approval Seal of Amcf- V ican Jnsiiiutc of Laundering — liatmlcss 10 fabric. Use Attid regularly. Aitid is tlie largest selling dcodoiant Sold at all stores selling toilet goods — 39c and 59c a jit. (iv», TO*) Comine PH TO AY Mrs. f.endi'nnlo Fowler,eiilcrliiln- IIIB C. H. C. Glnh. Mrs. M. S. yules enteiliiliiliig 400 fJInb. Mrs. ' jnrk Mflrsli cntcrlnlning Initial Club. Bits of News Mostly Personal Misses Eiilopln nnd Pivndorln Whitworth spent today in Meni- nhls when: they will uUeud . Ihc MOAT pcrforniuncc of "Niiuehly Miirieltii" tonight. % Mrs. C. V. Suhaugh si'ml Continaont Showi Every Day 15«i Office ()pens,l:4S Show Starts 2:00 ', ' MSTEN TO K1.<;N I:M ».m. 12:45 p.m. l:3t Tliursday and Friday A NAME AND picfuRE J Paramount News and Selected Short Subjects Millncc.n Sal. * San. Onlj Opens each night KM; starts 1 Opcnj Sunday ( : on; SUrU 1:15 ConHniioiu Show* Sat. »nd Sun. fi«r t iln Nljtht r.vnrj Nlchl Exotr: . No nurr hnuurcd on BOI>*HT >• the Burr. Tliursilay and Friday St'Mnn, Kniis., for .six weeks wilrk lei-c before uolng | ( , Kmisns City > 11 hum Inuisfer lo thiit bvr.iieh of the company. Clcoree Smith" left this inornhm or I'-iJil Worlli, Trans, -when;, he •'ill be tlio Bin-si of Ills brolh'ir. Mrs. s. K. , Shan, who now )s her hcime In at. Sloan. Tek here us the nui'.st . of Miss - ----- .,-• -, ........ . ..>,4... "' m " sllc w11 ' be iiceompanled by Miss Myrtls Mrarc It'll this iiorjilni; for KosH-clJ, N, M., win-re he will visit rclullvi's. Mrs, Jesse J. Mum-,, will ruliirn onl«lit to her home In Bliri'veport, , ullcr a vl.sll of several iluy.s us Hie Ktiesl ul Mr. and Mrs. Juntas lllll Jr. Mr. nnd Mrs. C, V. Tiu-kM m- t . K'lidlni; sevcrul duys In Memphis wlu'ro he Is consulting his physician. Mrs. A. C. Clnblo .of Deli-nit, Allrii., who It ^'ending (lie tjinu- iner In Osceulu as tho miesl of her Mill. I'Viuik Ciablu and family, is visiting lilends In Ulylhcvlllc tills week. Mrs, it, A. Conolnild will leave loinorruw morning (ov Hint, Mli'h., K'licre she pliuis to spentl tlm-i- weeks as Hit! guest of relatives untl lilewts. v Mr. and Mis. lliury Klrby have us. their gut-si for'several tliiy.s, her miitht'r, Mrs, J. E, wilbwirn ol 1'arnsonld,. Ark. Mis. i>nut)( WhllvVortli and hci mullier. Mrs. C1. U,> Miillhews, left yesterday , (truiriioon for cliche, Arli., where (hey will six'iicl Hirer weeks with Mr. and Mis, Jm Wat- siin and ,their iliiuBhtev, Mnry Jn Mr.s. Watson Is u daughter o[ Mrs. Mrs. L. I). Unvliiy iintl dmujhler Doris, left ycsleniiiy fi>r Ki'alili'i Wush., lo Join Mr. Hurli'y. Mr. ,uui Mrs. l''li'lcln'i' Klii(! drove Ilicni (n Moinphls where thty lauh u pliim- in Seattle. Mrs. James Ix.'iil/. will leave ||u> liitlt-r pail of (hu week for bis Au- KHi-s, (Jullf.. for an extended visit wilh Mr. and Mrs. Henry l.nns- fnrtl.. Slie Is «i.>lng In Join lici- Im.s- Hand, who Is In the Navy, ututloncd il Sun I31ego. '. Mrs, Dim Moriifli) of TaJluliih, in,, who luis been visiting rolntlves wro, left yivitvrduy l>y piano from Memphis for New Orleans, to bo wllh her niolher-ln-iaw, who will WKU.'1'Bo n Berlous 'ojwrnLlon nt a Now Orient)!) hospital. Mr. ami Mrs. IV E. Cooley have ns Ihclr unests for n few days, their daughter, Mrs. K, U. Jlonll mid licr two sons, Tommy and Jolnvot Marlon, Ark. Mrs, 11. !•;. Hawkins nnd son, Bavld, tO CHECK to. Liquid for Mnlnrltil I«7DAVS 4 OOO left Wednesday for Palo M(o,C»iUi( to ninke llielf homo with her "par* enl,s wlillc |i«r husband,. Sergeant Hawkins U overseas Mrs Hawkins and Dtivld, biicni, two rnnnUis here wllh Mr. find Mis 0 E Hawkins , BINGO Catholic Hall Thursday Nile 8 p.m. Slioiisnrcd SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS^ ,,;, K ' l ' c<l " Kvn >' Sl Om "W" «r'c al, nnil nil work 1.4 gimntnlecd lo plcnse Let our cxncrt designers help you with your ilorol needs, ^FLOWERSIIOP tVr.O. Service We n , Hw Anywhere I'h. 4!)l Mrs. J. M, (Mac) Wtllianm, owner Olcnco* Bldf, A MONO0SAM rtCTUgf Sclccictl Short Subjects AT WE Thank You! W/ K Tl I ANK OUU CUSTOMERS for their ,uiicnct We lhanh .. v * tlitw for coining to us for they need. We thank them "'/"" byii'fi rtmigs (licy don't need, For their confidence, good- ' ill, n nd friiMidlineS i ' '" , ence, goo- will, _ n nd friiMidlineSs in tense and troubled times, »i thank them A inilhoi) tunes a iLiy! . • COOL PERFECTION OF SHEER DARK DRESSES For Summer info Fall N'oihinjr tjfis spirits hi^lier oil sultry midsummer daiiys tliiin-lhi! surprise look of black—Ihc brccxc-ctwl fed of airy rayon shcpr—and Uic gluainiiiB hiu' of while touches against y«»r suinmur--' hronxcd s-kiti. You'll he devoted lo our dark dresses on first sighl—ami you'll wear them the clock around . . . iotlay, tomorrow and far, far into fall. Navy also, in sixes 12-20. • Suit-Dresses with F/as/i-Whito Dickeys • Shirtwaisters, White-Edged at Pockets • Side-Drape Designs, Siren-Flattering Bock Again! Penney's Famous Cloister Blanket-25 Pet, Wool! The blankets you've always wanted! With tliick napping for warmth - retaining qualities, they're Woven of 25% wool, 50% rayon and 25'/& cotton! In rich colors or soft-toned jac- fiuiu;d designs, with matching rayon satin binding I 72" x 84" size. Women's Shoes 349 Ojicii-loetl clnstlclMd •with tailored hows -tor^nlli (ihids of dievi wcarl Sling- hack styles, too. Lcnllicr 'Uppers and flexible isolesl For Children 198 for school and i>layllmp,irtnr- nhlp oxfords with flexible leather tippers nnd hnrd-lo^ wear-out soles. Roomy,. too! Babies' Shoes 98c I'lcxlble leather uppers''and soft solc.s designed for henjthy foot growth. 1 - 5' Sizes 1-4 non-ralioncd. Men's j Oxfords 379 Popular straight tip bals, square too bals or straight ti» blucher styloi, with fine , . leather vippcrs, tougl\ 'sol^s, to stand lots of Jinrct Vcar! Style For Bo/s Z.98

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