The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 31, 1944 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, August 31, 1944
Page 5
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THURSDAY, AUGUST 31, 1044 (AltK.) COURIER NEWS - Teacher Weds MJfcs Ruth Pauline Austin The marriage of Miss Kuth Pau- llnc Austin, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Russell Hayden Auslln of Arkansas State College In Jouesboro, to Larry U Wimp of lilythevllle was solemnized Tuesday afternoon, Aug. 22, in Hie main auditorium of First Presbyterian Church in 'Jonesboro. The Rev. II. S. Schuster, pastor of the church, officiated in the. presence of a-large number of quests. A musical program was given by Mrs. Cecil Brothers of Little Hock organist, and Mrs, William Babe of Chicago, vocalist. Ushers were Mrs. M. J. Fox of Jonesboro, ami Miss Frances Stevenson of Mnri- nnna, Tlie bride, who was given in marriage by her father, was attended bv Miss Alary' Richmond of Holly Grove, who served as maid of liouoi 1 . Dr. W. w. Nedvow of Jonesboro served Mr. Wimp as best man. Immediately following the ceremony an informal reception was given lit the Austin home on the college- campus; when (lie guest liu was limited to the bridal party and members of the .family. Mr. and Mrs. Wimp left for- a brief wedding trip before coming to Ulythevllle tomorrow where they will make their home, and where; Mr. Wimp will be a member of the local high school faculty. • • « Attend Fish Fry At Hayti My. and Mrs. Gordon Harris and two daughters, Dolores Ann and Charlie Jean, and Mr. and Mrs. Guy Burks and daughter, Billic Sue,,, motored to Hayti, Mo., last night to attend a fish fry and picnic given by Mr. and Mrs. Silas B. Na- Itijfv'nnd family. r^fiie affair was given at McFiir- ISmt-Park in Hayti, and supper 'was cooked at the park. Later in the evening the guests went to the Nation home for an informal evening of entertainment. Mrs. Nation is a sister of Mr?. Burks and Mr. Harris. * * * . Club, Guest Entertained Mrs. Ross Moore was a guest of Mrs. .b. O. Elkins yesterday afternoon' when she was hostess to members of the friendly Seven Club" entertaining at her home on West Ash Street. Assorted garden flowers decorated the living room of the home, and card "games were played for several hours. The hostess served refreshments of sandwiches and iced drinks. * t • High School Students Sponsor Dance At Hut Fifteen' '.members, ."of. the.-high school. group ar- sponsoring nil informal dance :omorrow night at the American Le«lo;! Iiul when guests of honor will be former high school students who will go away to otto: schools or colleges.this pall. <jKc dance is to begin at 9 o'clock, with* all high school students invited to attend. . , Chaperones for the evening arc Mrs. Hussell Farr and Mrs. J. W. Shouse. . Mrs. Jobe Is Hostess The presence of three guests added special interest to the party elven yesterday afternoon by Mrs. 1'aul Jobe for members of Club Uifc'ht. Guests included iVfrs. S. C. Owen, Mrs. J. J. Ewlng and Mrs. Lloyd Ul\oji. Garden flowers in colorful hues were attractively arranged throughout the entertaining rooms where bridge was played during the nf- ternoon. High score prixc went to Mrs. H, G. Partlow and second high to Mrs. Illxon. Iced drinks were served during the afternoon. Members of the group have decided lo play on Tuesday night during (tic cotton season, so the next party will be given on that night of ne.-u week nt the home of Mrs. Charles Langston at Number Nine. Bits of News' Mostly Personal I'. L. Cormier of Chicago arrived yesterday for a brief visit with Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Modtngcr Sr., and family. Tommy Reeder, who Is employed at Blythevillc Army Air Field, left yesterday for Hairisbmg, Penn where he will take a special course iu radio mechanics. He will be away for alxnit three weeks. Mr. and Mrs. John H. McKcnzic and Lieut, and Mrs. John Willis Mc- Kcnzfe, all of Paragould, spent Sunday here as guests of Mr. and Mrs Marcus Evrard, Mrs. Margaret Plannigan and Mr. and Mrs, W. M. McKcnzic, Lieutenant McKcnzic recently returned from sveral months overseas service. Sergt. and Mrs. jack Reed have returned to their home In Lakeland, Fla., after spending their 10-day furlough here with liis mother, Mrs W. O. Reed, and in Little Rock with his sister, Mrs. George Hill and family. Mfss Genie Hooper of Horatio, Ark., and Pete Koontx of Little Rock, arrived this morning to be the guests of Pvl. William H. Stovall Jr., who is spending his furlough here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Stovall Sr. When Private Stoval] returns Sunday night to San Diego, Calif., he will become a member of the Marine Corps baud. Condition of I. Rosenthal, who is undergoing treatment at Memphis Baptist Hospital, is good. His daughter, Mrs. M. K skaller, Is in Memphis with him. Mrs. Marvin Nunn and daughters, Miss Virginia anj' Miss Mary France.'; Nunn. ;hnve returned from several days spent in St. Louis. Indian Bridge liuililcrs Ironuois Indians of the Caughnawaga reserve, fringing the LaChine raids, near Montreal, Quebec, Canada, are internationally renowned Tor their skill as steel-erectors and bridge-builders' \ilamin.s are a substance found in foods, or can be man-made anil pn( m( 0 lillle ciiiwulcs. They are (he most essential things in our diet. Vitamins "stimulate proper growth, and produce that energy that is necessary for a normal, happy life. The work of a R ood rlcnhsl cannot insure sound teeth, nor can pure luck »c counted on for strong hones—hoth can he sustained by a proper diet containing many vitamins. We are vitamin headquarters. INSURE- against so many bad colds this Fall and Winter. Start "ORAL COLD VACCINE" now! . . Take one a day for 7 days, then two a week for the balance of the cold season. Ask us for details. 221 W. Main Phone 507 Atlanta Constitution Buys Farm To Study Enriching of Georgia Soil ATLANTA, c.a. (UI>)~The At- anln Conslltmion_"for 77 years an Independent Georgia newspaper Georgia owned and Georgia edited" -has bought a Georgia farm so that stall members "m.iy belter and more uiHlcrstaiidliiBly serve the vast farming population on whom they depend for their professional and economic existence." In its story announcing the purchase the panel- said, "Unless Ihe great number of Gemma's un- prosperons farms can be pulled out of the ditch, we mlyht all just us well crawl into Lhc ditch with them." The Conslliulloii farm will not we a demonstration nor experimental farm, nor will the newspaper mnke n "blggety" attempt to tell farmers what to do, publisher Clark Howell said. Like most southerners, llowell's family owned and .fanned land in addition to their publishing interests, lie himself is the third generation to guide the Atlanta Constitution. I'rai-lice Theories Howcll. with Editor Halph Me- Gill, believes the future of Georgia lies In improving Georgia's soil So. after planning for years, they began to put their theories into practice (Ills.summer. The land, nearly 1,000 acres, runs alone; the Chattahoochcc River, six- tccn miles from here. "Members of the staff ami editorial writers who have to cover farm stories will obtain first-hand Al Tlie Hospitals Walls Hospital Admitted: Walter Williams, Ltixorit. Born to Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Stlres Jr., city, a son last nSgliL. Dismissed: fl. 1. Payne, m. 3, ctly. M. C. Eagan, city. Klyllicvilli! Ifusiiilal Admitted; Louise McGtaughliii, Uixora ' Mrs. Julia Naile, Dccrlng, M o J. C. Cherry, city. Dismissed: Mrs. E. F. licit, cily. Memphis l);i|)tis(" Ilosnjlal Admitted: J. C. Scurlock, Osccola. knowledge of the problems of Georgia farmers by visiting our farm," McGUl said. An agricultural engineer, 30-ycnr- old B. (J. (Sam) Small has been hired (o urn (he newspaper's farm. Much of the soil b suilVrlni; from erosion, much of the pasture land is In poor shape. Will lli'i'ii ItenmK "We have photographed every Mrs. Alice Dayc of Chicago 4'splnys n pair of her unique wrinhle-Jaccd dolls, all done H'itli the aid of apples. Head, hands and feet are carved from Hit- frail, placed in drying alum pack for a month for that crow's-foot effecl, ami then tnx> varnished and painted. 's CORDOVAN A SUIMM, ..|jj For an <:nsy-to-k«ep, linrd-ni-lioiil lunthcr. Wintlu-op brings yon high shilling, long u-ciiriiig Cordovan. With extra heavy sole and Winthrop Aclion-Frce construction il makes the perfect winter iveislit slioe. The Family Shoe Store 312 W. Main Phone 2312 Inch ol our farm, and us we hn- I'l'uye HIP | 1UK ( wc W lll kfcii « Pliouip-miiiie i-ccoi-d aloim with vmirds of ivlint methods wi- used lu put I'lchnoss back Into our 'farnied- tiut 1 iwlli." McOlll lidded. "Wo will nusc fnsh crops, but not tunum! (I'sli croi>s sin-h us collon, "Al the CMnsllttitlon fimn wc win have good mid bud hick, «.|(h the rest of lhc state's farmers •A'piiliuilly wc will haw h-unii'd al cast some of the reasons our Male has the nation's Umrth poorest funn limit. And maybe we will leani some of tin- remedies, 11 he added. High School Students Register This Week Heelstrallon of hli;h school stu- ilonts hus been held for (ho mist two rtnys nt (ho hitjli school Inilld- ii'B. with fix'simim mid now sln- ilcnls rofilstei-hiK yi'sterday, mul uii- IKT classnicu lodny. Stii(lcn(,s in Ih'c i:ianiniai- and junior htgii schools will not rculs- mill! -die rei-ular .school term opens Monday inomliu! at 9 o'clock, W. 1). Nk-hnlsyn, sii|ieiln(onilenl,, uimoMiK-ed today. 'IVntallvc si-licdnlcfi for u u , sdurols call (or n !l nVUick oponlnr horn each niornln K , lunch hour from U til] 1 o'clock, and closing hour of -1 "cluck In (lie aflemoon, with Hie possibility limt lhc 1,1^1 Mhpol schedule may be chimijcd lo nn B:ao to J:3U o'clock program. Bids To Bo Received PAGE FIVE- 'LK HijCK, Alls 31 officer 1'cter War- meiihoven of, (he Velwniis Administration Facility nl Fort Kc.ils announce;, llmf bids lor iipproxlinnle- ly $1,500,000 worth of construction will be. received 6n or before Se»t. The bids, which wjll be received by (he director ''of construction Veterans Administration Hidllty of Wushlnulmi, D a, will bo-for'lhi- comliiicllon-or new Imildinu.s mul additions to building. Tlie new buildings will Include four new hospitals, tin addition in the boiler room and an nddlllon (o (he laundry. Di.WW.Oflfl I'ulo Ta-ps Tli« Unllcd stales In normal Ilincs uses aljoiit Ifi.lioo.aoo chrlsl- inas trees annually, about CO per cenl of which nr c . bnl.wm flr s cut from ureas whore thinning | s i H . n . elicltil,, Coffee's llci'ii Arcmni] Ill-mil furnishes ubout two-thirds of tlu! world's coffeiv The coffee plnnl, which originated In Fast At- rli'ii. traveled to Arabaia, to Amsterdam, and to Juva before, It reached South America. Tlie oittoo of 1'rloe Administration prints POH.uoo official ralton- hin point value charts each month Coming Events Fill DAY 0. n. o. Club meeting with Mrs. C. J. Little. Mrs. H. 0. IJUiiikenshlp entertaining O.N.H. Olub. •100 Club meeting with Mrs. Tim listen. Miss Mary Adah Koblnson enter- Inlnlng with luncheon at Hotel Noble honoring Miss JcanneUa, Jeanne Scbnuoh, Mr. uml Mrs. C. V. Golmugh cn- tcrlalHlng with dinner al Hotel Noble honorhii! Miss JonimetlH Jeanne HebauRh and Lieut, Dulo 8, Brim of Tulsn, Okla. Mrs. W. 8. Euslblim entertaining Initial Club. 'Die Ladies Illble Class of Methodlsl Church will have n jwt- luck sii[i|)er n|, thu church, 7 p, m. in addition to lh c . Wldenci Library, .there smaller HbinrH on the University campus. ' arc 53' Harvard. MARGARET'S BBAUTY SHOP IM A. rtn» Phone 2532 Bring Us Your Beauty Probfemj Modern Fqulpment Evpert Btaulldan* ' B E D I /N I I "> Year C IV !• V-l W > Gl <aranteed Moothproofinq ^°I C «rc CLO ™-NG~ RUGS—FURNITURE-: DRAPES-BLANKETS-cfc. Ask for the sdrtd- ulo of reasonable prices. •-' -y HUDSON Cleaner—Tailor—Clottii«r .- *. ' / 1'or ninny folks a welcome rcst.'n'iinic'for outdoor-play.. I, It also marlis tlic' time of change from Summer into Antiimri, Aw! Pcnncy's show of new I-.ill clothes, snegcsts it's time >ou uougtu 'c : For Seasons of Service ' MEN'S FALL SUITS ! 29-" All - woo! Town - Clad • suits! SiMjfle or double hrcastci! models in pin, chalk, or hairline slripos, subdued plaitlti and ovcr- BOYS' SLACKS Galiiuxline.s and fini-sJi weaves in wonl-cnllon and niyon niixlurcs. (J to 10. Starl Her On' with a llasic ALL WOOL SKIRT I Long-wealing, soft wool crepe, pleated for gr.icc- Ail fit. In lovely solid .shades. Sixes 7 to M. Girls' Blouses 1,93 FALL 7.90 ROUND-THF-CLOCK AUSTELLE DRESSES A Klorious collection of lusliioii-iighl ' day-Ion^ classics'. . /cphyi-wclght ' niyons, lavon ciopcs, > hoiislini; new, -joft do- ' tailing. I'.istcl!, 01 daik Si/us 12 lo 20, , (! SET THE STAGE FOR FALL c ur J) ;1 H^ 98 For DiiyiTlu'ii! at Dale-Time FELT HATS '•tf talol.s, bo;-ols, ofl'-Uio-faco stylos ;nu! soflics in soft wuol fell. Tuiloi-cd or ili'Cfif-X'd tin wilh bows or flal- Icrinjf voils. In ttlcli Tail C'uliirs or ISIaclt! FALL HANDBAGS Roomy |ioi|olics, underarm or top-lianilh! stylus^ncd I'or office or drt'.ss wear. In good- looking .simulated leathers or fabrics. Flattering, l-'ull-I'asliloncd RAYON HOSE For a railly wcll-drosscd look, sheer stnrliiinr.s knitted for a trim, clmjjinjf fit. They're always right for any occasion. Htreanilincd Tool Comfort 1 CYNTHjl A* SHOES Slop-in stylos, opcn-lqe or spectator li&s for slylu- and '""'• ' Reg. U. S. Pat'. Off. ' •' • .;

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