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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 24, 1944
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.'AUE TWO BLYTHBVILLB (ARKi) : COUBDBR NEWS Lieut. Leon Stafford Bluff Girl The -mtrriswe of .Euli Mae Wray to LieUl. EYHW Leop'SiafTord of JBlJthevU> »r»d Fprt Bliss, Texas, was so|iHnrU»d Tu««d«y night, Aug 15 at 8-o'clock, In the post chapel at Fort Bliss > The. chapel, decorated 'with floor baskets of gladioli against a'back- ground of palms, was lighted with tall cathedral,tapers The ^rfde, (given in marriage by Mrs Jane Hall, \wore a t*o piece suit of white with white accessories and a corsage of orchids Mrs Stafford, who is the daughter of the,late Mr, and Mrs, G. G Wray ot PliveJBlpff, Ark, was graduated from the 'high school there, and _for the past five months had been employed In the Federal He- serve Bank In Los Angeles, Calif Lieutenant Stafford, the son of Mr "and 'Mrs L ,W Stafford of BljiheMlle,' was' graduated from Blytlievllle Ijigh school and »as employed by the Kress Store here, and in Pine" Bluff, before entering the service'He received his commission at C^nip Dai Is,' N ,C, and now is stationed at Fort Bliss He and his bride' «i!l make their home al 2737 Sin plegq, St ^ El;Paso, Texas Ralph Farrars Have Son EtffT Sergt arjd^Jts Ralph North Farr^'r announce 'thf b|r,th of n son born n August',9 Qt.Cunp Blaqdlng, Fla ..where he now Is, stationed The babj; their first child, hps been DanUl Ralph Sergeant Farrar, a nephew of Mrs J Di McDowell, lived In Blylheville prior to entering the Army three yearf'ngo: * » • » Club, Guests' 'Entertained Roses, ii nnlas' and other Summer flowers attractively decorated thc entertaining rooms of the H G Partlow home yesterday afternoon whert'Mre R B Stout was hostess to members ,qf Club Eight find several .guests Mrs Parting served us hostess for Mrs. Stoi(t, who Is visit, Ing {ier parents In Little Rock for three weeks Mrs S C .OWBBS received high score' prize In the bridge games ' playjd (Jurlng ,the afternoon, and C Allen was second high Mrs. C. S. Stevens' Sister On Tour With /Catherine Cornell Miss' Betty Brewer, sister of Mrs. Qp'leman Stevens, Jr., has arrived overseas with n Kntherlne Cornell USD Camp Show unit, her mother, Mrs, Howell Brewer, houscjjucsl of Mrs, Stevens, was Informed last night by cable from Miss Urcwe/. The American Theater Wing War Players group, headed by Hie famous Miss Cornell, also Includes Brian Ahem, nnd Miss Cornell's husband, Guthrle McCllnlic, producer. They will tour American outposts In "liar- rets, of Wltnpole Street." Miss Brewer, daughter of Col. nnd Mrs. Howell Brewer of Hot Springs, was selected by Miss Cornell for a role in thc production while she was appearing In "Lais Face It," a musical show in Chicago, curlier In Hie Summer While attending the American Academy of Urmuallc Ails In New York, the young sinner mnrtc her debut with Ray Heathcrton's orchestra In . thc ' Bowman lioom In thc Biltmore Hotel, New York, Later while vocalizing for Tommy Dorsey's band, she was engaged for u part In the musical, "Lets- Fneo It." The troupe plans a two month tour overseas after which Miss Cornell, Mr, Ahern and Mr. McClJntlc will return to the' state, while Miss Brewer nnd olho.r members of the cast plan to remain abroad (or four additional months, staging a Morgan Lewis Musical Revue and also producing "Thc Man Who Came to Dinner", :nnd "Blylhe Spirit." While Colonel Brewer is stationed nt Fort Story, Vn., as commanding officer of the station hospital, Mrs. Brewer and daughter, Miss Patricia, arc making their home In Hot Springs. Miss Patricia is also visiting her sister, Mrs. Stevens, here. • - Bits of News Mostly Personal Iced drinks were served thc bfternoon during Guests ( ln^ addition lo club members, Included Mrs Owens, Mrs Al len mid Mrs Ralph, Nichols • ? • • Picnic Honors 'Visitor MBS Eleanor Erdmaivn of St Louis'; houseguest of Mis Eugene Hood,. « as , guest of honor at an informal : plcnic supper given losl night bj her hostess ' Twelve guests drove to Bai field whert the v spent several hours in informal entertainment before supper was sened on the banks of the riverj - t * • « Recent Bride Honoied _At Tea And 'Shower I Mr and Mn> John McDowell and son,'John Jr., and Mr. McDowell's nother, Mrs. J. D. McDowell, re- .urnecl Tuesday night from 10 days spent in Mangrum, La., as Hie guest of relatives. Miss Kay Tliomns arrived Saturday morning to spend several weeks tore with her aunt and uncle, Mr. nnd Mrs. Warner Hawkins, ' nnd icr sister, Miss Bsvcrly Thomas. Miss Thoirms has been attending Jnlverslty of California in Berkley for the pnsl ycnr nnd will be here until school opens next jnonth. Miss Fatly Ann Green accompan- ed Mr. and Mrs. Ben F. Butler Sr., of Osceola, to Norman, Okln., today, where they .will spend several days with Ben-P. Butler Jr., s. 2-c, who is Ulcndlng Oklahoma A. & M. College Ihero under Die V-S program. Miss Patricia Wise Is spending u Iwo-weeks' vacation with friends In Memphis. Miss Betty Jean HIII,:dnuBhtcr of Dr. nnd Mrs. E. V. Hill, has re- lumed home after a visit with friends In Laurel and Keldelburg, Miss. She will be with her pitrcnts until she returns to Mississippi Slntc Ark , Aug 24 —Mrs T Milten Towles, who was Miss Doi othytOene Alston prior lo her re- cent|"marrlage, was gue-it of honor at a,,shower and tea given Tuesday afternoon by Mrs w E Lawhorn at her home Quests \tere invited to call J>etween the hours of 3 and .6 o clock In-the receiving line with the hos- College for September. Women, Columbus, In Iron sixml two months with Cor- loral Davis. He returned Sunday to s post nt Camp Clnlboine. Mrs. E. M. Damon and {laughters, Joyce, Nancy and Emily Sue, accompanied by Miss Pearl fxrvclnce, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Arch ^ovelnco, left today for Rtplcy Tcmi., where, tlicy will spend n week with relatives of Mrs. Damon. Mr Damon, who recently was home on eavo, has been transferred to n Naval Hcpnir Base nt San Diego, Calif. Mrs. Rosco Craflon and dnugh- .cr, Rariiorin, have returnetl from St. Louis, where they spenl.n week with Mr. nnd Mrs. Adolphc Hclnicke, Donald Slonn of vicksburg, Miss., ins returned to Ills linme nftcr n 10-day, visit here with his cousin, Jimmy Lowe, and Mr. anil Mrs. c, R. Mnddox. Mr. and .Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe nnd two sons,, Jimmy nnd Jerry, accompanied by Jimmy's cousin, Donald Slonn of Vicksburg, Miss., spent yesterday in Memphis where Jltnmj nnd Jerry consulted specialists. Both boys arc .much Improved. Miss'Sally WcUel of Charlotles- •vlllc, Vn., arrived today 16 spend week ns Die fiiest of Mr. ami Mrs \V. ,C. Cntes and Mr. nnd Mrs, S E Vnll. Mr. and Mrs, J. L. Guard hnt as their overnight giicsls last ulgh their danghter-ln-law, Mrs. J. C Qunrd ,of Roekford, ill., nrtcl he father, Y. T. Rowan of Okolonn Miss. They left this niorrilng fo Okolonn, where Mrs. Guard wtl make her home with her parent- while Lieutenant Ounrd is over seas. She probably will return hcr. later for an 'extended visit will Mr. and Mrs. Guard. Mrs. E. J. Allen went to -'runlcn Mta., Sunday nflu'rtioo'ii'' to"m'ce Mr and Mr>i Chris Toinpklus nntl their daughter, Mrs. Gene Tcitford accompanied by Mrs. Rliodn Rucks of Little Rock, spent tiic weekend It Norman, Oklii., wl'icie -they visitei . __________ — _____ their son, Chris Toiupkins, Jr., who hcr mother, Mrs. R. C. Lrine, wlv- is stationed there uniici- the V-0 } lns spent the past Ilirce months Ui At the Hoipitoli Walls Hospital .dmltled— Mrs. M. Kltislmmpas, city. Mrs, Clyde dalncs, city, dismissed— Mrs, John Fin and baby, city. Wooily Townsend, Manila, iilylhcvillc Hospital Aitmlttfd— Mre. Jumes Adams, Pascola, Mo Mis. Vcriion Adams, Haytl, Mo, Mrs. 'I 1 . E. Dill, Osceola. Dismissed— Liuvana Ctlnnlngham, city. Joyce HiichRiian, city. Myric Thomas, Cooler, Mo, Memphis j;:ijiilsl Hospital Admitted— MIS, A. JJ, Fogg, Osceola. Mcmr.hls St. Joseph's Hospital Admitted- Mis. Addle Harris, joiner. Nancy Kate McOatrWc, Basset! Memphis Methodist Hospital A rim l( led— Mrs. Sarah Hall, Iliiylt, Mo. ' THURSDAY, AUGUST 24, '1<J-14 Censors No. 10 ' Downing BOSTON (UP)—Even mall, fron- ,0 Downing street comes; under thc Hrltish censor's blue pencil as Sidney I.-. Kaye, a Boston merchant, 'earned upon receipt of a loiter from Prime Minister Winston -luircblli's private secretary thank- ng htm for a gift of coffee concentrate. iTohnim Sebastian Bach regained :ils lost sight n few hours before Ills lentil. . . • Ruchlng Enriches Poor Fixtures • |iV CAKOli I1KHMAN NliA Staff Writer NEW YOIilC. — If you're one of those war brides singing the blues abpiit living in a woebegone furnished room, why not j>erk. up long enough to Ivy your hand at .some embellishments guaranteed to dress up your quarters? You'll line) niching a miracle worker if a dreary room. For 40 cents a yard you can buy II readymade to tack on top and bottom edges of your lampshades. Each medium sire-shade requires about two nnd a half yards of niching. Tack H on where the wire spokes meet Die -tire shade rims. If your shade ts covered \yith a haid-to- innniijje material like 'parchment, use a .stem darning needle, making straight up and down stitches. Nov.', iiow bout eliminating the pal] thm dark plush driipe-s almost always cast over furnished rooms? Consulting a house furnishings ex- H. H. Macy's. I found that wllh cornices .made from a fciv pieces of wood, string, spools and a dowclfd pole Irlnuncd with haml-mnde ruchlng, I could easily eliminate Die miistm look about, my apartment. To imikn Uie grilhvork valjncc frame shown in next to bottom sketch, first measure the width of your window and decide; on the depth i>l your cornice. Get four pieces of wood, about three Inches thick, tn Din desired dimensions nnd. nail them together so they make a briickel-llke frame. If fl- iistrntcil play pen sidings for grill work are not available, you can nakeiyour own. Here's how: Hunt around nnd find 10 narrow itlcks or pieces of string, a HUlc ouger than the dcplh of * your.,'„ ',',' •••••>.-••""•••-" ...,...,.-0 u , , rame from Inner edge to Inner left - ftftcr you 1lavc foU ' K1 thc .*• Capita! Cho«ce tess -and , or, Mrs mollfer, Mrs H D AlsWn, rnother^f the guest of hon- Alaton, her grand- E P Mrs Marvin Speers of Memphis, cousin of ,the bride, and Mrs^T; M Towls, mother of thc bridegroom 'All wore gift corsages of American Beauty rosebuds A silver cpergne filled with American ^Beauty roses on a mirrored plaajue formed the centerpiece for the lace covered tea table Slender white tapers in crystal candle holders completed the table arrange- menfs Mrs. Claude -Grain, Mrs. C. B. Childress and Mrs W Sellers presided at the punchbowl,-,whlle an assortment ff(, "party foo|s ids served from the buffet by Mrs W. A Themle nnd^Mrs Johnny Horner Thcy^were assisted by Mrs Cleve Huttpn, Mrs. Claude Landcastcr. Mrs; 'Hiley ipynkin and Mrs. Arnold Hut ton ~ Floor baskets of giant zinnias and other gardeft* flowers decorated the remainder of the house Mrs Robert'KHlian presided over the guest book, assisted In the gift room by Mrs R N Fox, Mrs Orin Hunt, Mrs C H Aslmbr.anner and Mrs -H D Rob.lnson MUsIc was given throughout the afternoon by MnT Woodrow Hutton, Mrs ,Ir»>SheBd, Mrs Grover Snider, Mrs W. E 'JUiwhom, Miss Fre- dla 3hedd, Miss Martha Shedd, Jerry Grimes, Miss Lorine Alston and Mrs -W A Themle .Mrs: Towles will leave soon to join her husband who Is with the Navj, stationed In California v 7. Connw.EvcnU Mrs. O. ,O Elklns entertaining C B- C. Glub program. Mrs. Itucks accompanied them home Tuesday nlsjht for n visit pt; eeveial days with tlic Tonipkins at their home nl Burdette. Mrs. J. P. Tom^kins of Burdetle has as .her guest lor several rtays, Her sister, Mrs.. A. M. Torlcl of Vicksburg, Miss. . Mrs. H. E. Ncblclt ot Little Rock Is week here ns the guest of her .daughter,. Mrs. H. G. • Partlow. and- family. Mrs., II. 'O. Partlow nnd children, Graham and Pnlrlcln, will spend the weekend in Partigould ns guest's of Mr. nnd Mrs. H. R. Partlow. They nccomimnlcd home by Miss Nancy Partlow, who hns spent the past 10 days there with her grand- pnroiiU;. Mi-s. -John Fill ami Infant son wci-e removed yesterday from Walls Hospital to their home at C2l West Walnut. Mrs. "M. Fllfjiniiiious underwent a toiislllcctomy loday at Walls Hos- pilnl. .Wayne Crouch, , son of Mr. nnd Mrs. E. L. Crouch, is recuperating at his home on Doiigan Avenue, following a tonstllectomy whlcli he underwent Tuesday at Walls Hospital. Mrs. Emma Nolen spent (oday In Memphis where she consulted a specialist about her eye. Mr, and Mrs. Johnny Long and son, Johnny Jr., spent the pust week with Mr. Long's mother, Mrs. John H. Long and family. They returned last night to their home In Memphis after having spent thc past eight weeks in thc East where Mr. Long has been playing with Bill McCune's orchestra. They were accompanied home by Sandra Lee Long, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Toby Long, who will be their guest for the remainder ol this week. Corp. nnd Mrs. Emmctt Davis and daughters, Rllla and Sandra, returned Friday from Camp Claiborne. La., where Mrs. Davis and the chll- Wajer is absorbed more readily by linen than by any other fabric Sale of tOYS l« toys mqijFtShop . out, -ions Club To Ask City For Post-War Zoning Law An open discussion wns ncinbeis- of the Uons Club nt (heir unchcon meeting Tuesday noon t Hotel Noble, when n motion was nmlc nnd carried 16 present n (solution to (he city' asking that J i post-war plnniihiK committee be' ippointod lo begin iforiuulntlng ilntis for proper zoning of the city olloivliig lite war. A motion nkp wns made and inrrlccl to send a vole of (hanks rom club meinbors to tdc heads if the various playgrounds which mve been nitiintaiiicd throughout he city during the Summer nontlis. expressing thc appreciation of the club for the manner in which they .his project. DANCE Thursday — Friday — And Saturday Nights 9:30 to 1 O'Clock In the Beautiful Blue Room of the HOTEL NOBLE 'Admission 65c Ind, Tat Jackson nnd Weir. Miss., relatives. Mrs. Allen re- uvued home Tuesday night, accoiii- anlcd by her mother, iiftcv spcnd- ng two days In Ttintcn with her irotlter, Claud Lane. ' Miss Mabel Hognn, Mrs. Eugene loot! nnd her euest, 'Miss Eleanor :rdmann of St. Loiils, will spend oinorrovv in Memphis. have carried out, 10-year-old Venus Ramey, above, won District cf Columbia contest among local lovelies for right lo represent nation's capital at annual Alliinlic Cily Beauty Pageant. She's pictured proudly wcnring new title ot "Miss Washington." :?••<•:>••• •&••••:•/'.: !':•' '.'* Willi a few yards of rucli- war bride Carol Ber- Rives a custom-made look to Ilii' inexpensive shades slip Imuglit for lier temporary home. edge and space them oM Inside the 'rame. Next, rummage through four sewing box and collect spools of thread. For purely decorative purposes, pile two or three spools on each stick or piece of string. Then tack spool strings taut to the nner edges of frame. If yon are islng sticks, you will liave to drive title holes Into thc framework to lold them fast. <Palnt the whole business a dazzling while. Here's some outside work for you. Pay a visit to your local hunber yard ami ask for four round rods I n the same dimensions as your .vlndoiv bracket. You'll need them to make a dowel on which to slide r niching. Glue or nail your rod corners ^together, making sure :hat you leave one corner unmtt- ercd as an opening for your rucli- 'ng. x Ready to make rucliing? Choose nn Inexpensive fabric that repeats ilieicolor of your drapes. You will need nt least twice as much matc- •itil as the dimensions of the dowel, TJic width of.the piece of fabric depends on how deep n valance you want, but allow enough so Hint 11 up as you go to -puff out the pleats. Miter that last corner of your dowel an ( ) push the niching together at the corner. Tile bottom sketch shows the niched dowel tacked on to Hie valance. Hang; youj- valance and sit back and admire your handiwork. ; (NEXT WEEK: Slip covers.) Cleaiic/ Krasc3 Antique. CONCORD, N. H. (UP)—Browsing in a Bcstai antique shop, Robert w. Upton of Concord happened |ipon a daguerreotype of Daniel Wefylcr, which he took home In triumph to have cleaned. But an over-zealous cleaner wiped thc plate blank, erasing (he delicate likeness that had lasted for more than a century. China's loss In the jiriwnt. wnr, In dead anj wounded, exceeds the' population of the state of Texas. you have about six Inches of width After the fabric Is seamed, press U on a slecvcboard or broomstick lerial in htiir and seamed it along to make a fabric cylinder. For an its length, as shown in the top extra plump cylinder insert a layer sketch. If the length of your fab- of kapok or cotton batting. Now rlc piece Is not long enough, care- slide your fabric cylinder on to Uie Hilly seam two pieces in length, al- dowel, as in second sketch shirring :'#ftf&i'* f Women! iGldiaf 4fl,50;60! Want Pep? Want to Feel Years Youngor? Dfi you hhino cxtiausiod.woin^mtfecllnB on ni;c? •llini»iinit» ainattil mwhit a llUtcitritivln^Hu «ltli u*lij!^ nw ilonu, CojM.ilua loijlo j«.my tn-vd at JU 50. (.0. for b<xly nltl solrly because tow 1 n iron • at t! l>roi>TiylictIeilw«v»AiDlullt.rAti:luin. I-ovvcant Inlrotlucinry nUu only 35c! Try Usirux Totilo falkta for IICT,' iK>[>.-youni;er Jcclhiy, thu v«ry ilay. Ai All ilruir itaL^^ovurywIieifi — iu mythcvillo. al Kirl>y Drair. Work for Girls :ind Ymmj? Women ARCS 18-35 Years i'leasant Workiiig Condilions Hifli Sciiool (ifiiduiitcs r.viiintj .Experience Necessiry Paid While Training Contact Manager IVcsfcni Union Telegraph Co. Blylhcvillc, Arliiiiisiis. 1 TO RUIN DRESSES . AND LOSE FRIENDS TT'S trjjic how some gitls lose their •*- fiicnds nntl ruin their ilrcsscs because of perspirwion oilor and stains. AnJ tlicic's no excuse for it. It's tjy los^vc Jrcsses, it's fjy to save fiicniis. 2. Prevents umlcr-atm oiior. Helps stop pcrs}iitaiian sifcly. 3. A putc, white, antiseptic, suin- Icss'vjnisliingcrram. .. Use Atrid, tt.c new cram .IcoJot- -I ri £ ta ' lflcr ant rfut liclps keep youc atinpits dty anJ tctuovcs ilic odor from pcrspiri- tion. Artid is sifc anil dependable fot these fiic reasons: 1. Arritl does not irritate sicin. Does O not tot Jiesscs or men's shins. 4., Ko waiting ro dry. Can be used" right a fur sluving. 5. Awarded Approval Seal of Amcr- ican Insiitiltc of Laundering — harmless lo faLiic. Use Arrid regnhrl)-. Attid is thc largest selling dcodoiani. Sold -it .1!! stores selling toilcc goods — y)c ami V)c a jar. trim r-n) Airplane Dusting Let us do your cotton poisoning with airplanes. RELIABLE - EFFICIENT I. W. STEPHENS Phone 279, Osceola STEPHENS DUSTING CO. I gel more goad strong cups per pound from LUZIANNE COffEES CHICORY OR. PEPPER GIVES THAT DRIVER. WE'RE ALWAYS ON TIME/ SCHOOL BUS NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS Termites may be ruining your property. Call me fix check-up without cost or obligation. KATS, MICE ANT) KOACIT CONTttOL GUARANTEED WORK H. C. BLANKENSHJP lit T,. Kentucky MH SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS, properly designed, are remembered always. Our flowers are always fresh, nnd nil work is guaranteed to please. Let our expert designers help yon with your floral needs. T ±FLOWERSHOP F.T.I). Service We Deliver Anywhere Pli. Ml Sirs. J. M. (Mac) Williams, owner Glcncoc Bldg. Mrs. Dalton C. Fowlston, B. A. M. S. M. Announces OPENING OF FALL CLASSES In PIANO — ORGAN — VOICE Former New York Organist and Teacher Pupil of clarence Dickinson President of Union Theological seminary School of Music For Appointment Phono or Write M rs . Dallon C, FonUlon 1101 Chlckasiwba .' Thane 2049 LOVELY-ALLURING • LOW-COST PERMANENT WAVE NaluraJ-JookingcufJsarKl H'ave,»r< yours, easily, cool-ly, at home. Ud yourself. TiieamazW PERMANENT WAVE KIT Contains evcrylhint; you need, ixriiianent wave Mlution, cutli-rs, sluiiiivyi and wave-set. Safe for every lype 0 J i ia i r , |> ra ised ly lloIJi'sVood movie,stars. Over 5 million nuld. Gel a C/Mir/n-KurJ Kit today,/" Kti-by Bros. Dnig Store ami nil drug stores. . , MARGARET'S BEAUTY 8HOJ' 1*4 0. Flrrt Phone 2532 Bring Us Your Beauty Problem* Modern Equipment Expert Beauticians III/ CoDtinnoru Showi Etery Day Box Office Opcna 1:48 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN t.KJL 12:« »jn. 1:M f Thursday and Friday The "KITTY FOYLE" star in a new and greater love slory 1 ^<i%Pp&tt^ { 4\ ,Robeit RYAN ;Ruth HUSSEY fotriiin Collir rnramount Ncu-s and Short Subject ROXY Httlnet* Bat. A San. Onlr Optns each night 6:45; start" 'J Opens Sunday 1:00; 8t»rU 1:1* C«nilnnori! Shows 6»t- "* 8«a. K*r[»in M|ht Every Wfht El«K B»lnr«»y. N» pkMn honored on datey tf. th« E«XT. Thursday nnd Friday. Street of Chance with Burgess Meredith and Claire 'Trevor Selected Short Subjects

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