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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, September 18, 1944
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PAGE WO BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COtmiER NEWS MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 19<M ^Corning Events jCole-Pruitt Wedding , ' . ' I C } ' 1 V L- 1 * ~i' TUESDAY Lang* Parent-Teaoher Association meeting at the 1 school. Mrsi Ralph .rllchote entertaining Club Ei«ht. Double O CUtb mettinj with Trtlss Sunday. School Class, First Presbyterian Church, meeting with'lifts. L.-S. Hartzog, ,8 p.m. Mrs.!»B. M. Matthews entertain^ ing Bi-Monthl) Bridge Club. . WEDNESDAY * , \Irs j Joe Hamby entertaining Friendly Seven Club. ADC Club meeting with Mrs. Flbert fynflm&n ' Central "Ward PaMnt-Teacher As- sociation.meeting at school. * THURSDAY Mrs.-C. C. bangston entertaining Fridiy* Luncheon. Club Elliott Fletcher Chapter of United Diughters of Contederacy meeting for luncheon yrtth Mrs. E.'M McCall, 12 30 pm I, FRIDAY Mississippi County Council -.. of Parent-Teacher: Associations meeting nOvilson. 9 30 a m .FRIDAY G N: : B. Club'meeting with Mrs j. F. Nolen. Mrs?,Johnny .Hlckman entertain ing IrJUal Club. Dora" : Lee MilHiorn Weds In Ceremony Saturday Thelmarrlage of Miss Dora .Le i Millhora, daughter of Air and Mrs * r **T irl)IU^.u« tr. C*f4^1 n 11/r.l-rl TVM'/ Solemnized Yesterday Miss Dorothy Prultt, daughter of r. ntid Mi's. Roy. Pruitt, became e bride of Otis Cole, son ot Mrs. J. Cole and the Inte Mr. Cole, In ceremony performed yesterday af- rnoon, 2:30 o'clock, at Calvary aptist Church. The Rev. George W. Archer, pas- i of the church, rend the double ng ceremony in the presence of a rgo number of guests. Brlday white gladoll and roses, ilersperscd with ferns,' formed a ackground for Ihe wedding party Miss Anne McLeod served as plant and Pvt. Russell Clark of Ihe lylhevllle Army Air Field was vo- ilisl. The bride, given in marriage er father, wore a lwo piece sull ol allan blue wool, with a sofl while louse, and black accessories. Hei lionlder corsage was an orchid. Her-only attendant, Miss Denial laspberry, wore • a dress of fushla 'ool, with black ncces.sorles, nnd orsage of while gardenias. Master Sergl. S. J. Donjcan o BAAF served as best man, while ishers were Curtis Cole, brother o he bridegroom, and James England Mr. and Mrs. Cole will make thel ionic at 213 Easl Kentucky Street . Cole Is a civilian employe at th air base, and Mrs. Cole is employe >y Southwestern Bell Tclcphon Company.' !louse-Roe Wedding 1iss Redman Is Hosless or Bridge Games Miss LaVonne Redman, who has een the guest of lief parents, Mr. nd Mrs. C. G. Redman 'S\;, for the ast lwo weeks before returning o Dcnton, Texas, where Bhe is a tudenl at Texas Stale College for Voincn, entertained'three'tables of nests Friday afternoon at a bridge >arty. . . • Mixed parden flowers were at- racllvely arranged tliroughoul the •nleiialning rooms ot the house. A dessert - course' was served at he conclusion of the games, and irizes were awarded Miss jcttye Clnlr Huffman' for hlglr score nud Mrs. Robert Phllll|>s for low score Bits of. News Mostly. Personal ioral Nick Muce! and Mrs. Muccl. JJr. and Mrs. Paul L. Tlpton have ;one lo Carutlicisvllie, Mo., and Jyersburg, Tenn., for u visit with datives of Dr. Tlpton. Hunter Sims Jr., who IK a stu- eiit lit University of Tennestes Medical College in Memphis, spent he weekend here with his mother, Mrs. Hunter Sims Sr. Mrs. Eugene Hood returned home ast night from Boonevllle, Ark., vherc she has been under observa- IOD nt the snniloilum for the past ,wo weeks. She was accompanied ionic by her aunt, Miss Mabel Ho- PosfWor'Tours \ Won't Interest Private Wright Aller tlic war, travel agencies will hnve a litld lime interesting Pvt. Elmer W. Wright, of Blythevllle in any loui'lsl jaunts Into the Pacific, wlicllicr it I)C north, couth part of He hos seen all ot that the world he wants to who drove over .irdtty. for her Sat- J W Millhorn, to Eddie Ward Ford son of Mr. and Mrs E H. Ford «as Quietly solemnized Saturda ntternoon, : :3 o'clock,'at'the home o Rev M E Wiles TheT-Rev.. Mr. -Wiles perjorme the ceremony In the presence only the Immediate JamUles and few intimate, friends of .the couple Miss- EveUrv Hopkins was tl bnde'£"orJy attendant She wqre two piece suit of royal blue ,chl: fpn \qlvet, «llh black acccssorl and a corsage of gardenias. The"" bride 'wore a! suit of orch wool, 'tilth s lace trimmed blous aha-hTnck accessories. Her corsag was oftorchlds. Pfc" Leo Daniel of Blylhevi! Amis *lr Reid served ns best man Immediately following the .cer mony-Mr and Mrs Pord, pftrents of the : hridep-oom, entertained with -i reception at their home, which was decorated throughout With mixed garden flowers A three tiered "wedding cake, topped v&th a miniature bride and groonfT formed the centerpiec for th refreshment table, where punch and ari ice course were served by Mrs "JFord ai\d Mrs Mlllhoilrn. Later in the evening, Mr. arid Mrs -Ford left for a bllcf wedding trip to^points in Missouri before re- turruijg here to make their -home with his parents Mri, Pord attended Blythevllle schools and : at 'the -time of her marriage %as employed at Ben FYank- lin Sgre. Mr'r- Pord attended Little Rock schools and Is an employee of -the Arkargas-Miseourl Power Corpora lion. *^ • • • > Mis.TTrimble Is Honored Mrs^ Nick Mucci and Mrs. Her man Spier were houilesses Tlnirs day night when thej enlertnlne with 'a shower in honor, of Mrs Frank^Trimblb. The affair was giv en atithe'.'Muccl home. Games were played during th evening, with prizes awarded Mr Clifford Dahl and Mrs. Trimbl I and :later refreshments were serve 1 by Ihe hostesses. Mrs "Trimble was presented wit an assortment of gifts .from tl fuests.: present,' who included 01 '' out-of'town guest, : Mrs.' A. C. Frai , of St Louis Attended By Local People Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Woodson and their daugnters, Bctly Frances and Julia, and Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Pcnn and-son, Charles Jr., were in Memphis yesterday where they atlond- ed llic wedding of Mrs. Woodson's niece, Miss Betlle I«e Roc lo Pfc. John Edburn Olouse Jr. Miss Roc Is Ihe daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Roe of Memphis, formerly of Blythevllle, and Private Clouse Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Clouse Sr.,'of Caokcvllle, Tcnn. 1 The ^wedding wns solemnized nt 5 o'clock yeslerday afternoon at Bellenic Baptist Church, with Dr. Robert G. Leo officiating. A program of nuptial music was given by Adolph Steulcrman,. organist, id Miss Gene DEckson, soloist.. The bride, given In marriage by T father, wore a wedding gowi marquisette, with se'ed pear Ini at the neckline and n full Mrs. Louis T. Sallba of Toledo Ohio, and Mrs. Jack Sallb'a, have returned from l*banon, Tcnn where Mrs. Louts T.. Snllba's son Albert Sallba, entered Castle Heluht Military. Academy. Jack Salllxi Jf tilso returned to, the school for hi second year, after ..'spending hi Summer vacation here with his par en la. Miss Mary Lynn Jackson, daugli er of Mayor and Mrs: E. R. Jackon, will leave tonight for SI. 3harles, Mo., where she will enter ilmlenwood. College for her senior car's work. Mis, Belle Wood had as her ;uests Friday, Mrs. W. N. Holly and ICT daughltx', Mrs'. Louis Lester, both if Cooler, Mo., nnd another daugh- cr, Mrs. Hayes Smith nnd t\vo hildren, .Hazel, nnd Beth, all of Stcelc',- Mo. • . '.''.• Mrs. Louts T. Saliba of Toledo, Ohio, Is spending a few days here vltli heri parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. . Saliba. Miss LaVo.nnc Redman, Miss Dorothy -Jean' HlsglnSon, • Miss .Am irook anil' Miss Ila "Rogers left yes- .crday for Dcnton, Texas, where will attend. Texas State College for Women. They drove as fni us Waco, Texas, with L. T. Moore Jr., who will attend Baylor University during the coming Winter. Miss Belly 'Jenn Hill mul Miss Maxinc Reid have returned to Columbus, Miss., where they will at- thercd skirt which extended into long train. Her long veil of Im orted English illusion fell from a :ed pearl tiara. She carried a bouquet of garde las and slephahotls, centered-'b; liltc orchids. Miss Mary Sue Hoe served a Mr. nnd Mrs. D. C. Freeman and family have moved from 101 West Ash Street, to the house they recently bought at 413 North Broad- 'ny. Pvt. Armstead F. Morgan and Pvt. Raymond Ayers, both of the Naval Hospital nt Millington, Tcnn., spent the weekend here as guests of Private Morgan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. 11: Morgaii and family. Miss Beverly Thomas, who has spent tlie Slimmer here with her uncle aiid mint, Mr. and Mrs. Wnr- ne,' Hawkins, has gone to Los Angeles, where she will be with her mother, Mrs. Kathleen Thomas and will attend college during this Winter. fiiR'.SI Sergt. and Mrs. Lloyd Bono arc spending his furlough In Bonham, Texas, ns guests of Ills parents, Mr. and Mrs. .W. F. Bono. Mrs. Bono is the former Miss Ha- 1 cliel Morgan. MfsR Kay Thomas will leave to- norrow mornhig' for Fayottevllle, vlicre she will ntlend University of Arkansas during this Winter. Mrs. Gerald H. Robson Jr., of Iggott, Ark., has arrived here for vkll with Mr. and Mrs. Robson :r. Her husband, Lieutenant Rob;on Jr., h Interned In Switzerland. see'in the P asl l wo years and etlght months. Now at home for n visit with his aunt, Mrs. Elmer Hall, Private Wright plans to play a bit of. golf at the Ulythcville Country Club where lie used to caddy come years ago. He will be here a few days before reporting for duty at Fort Bennlng, Oa., where lie will serve as an infantry instructor. Souvenirs of his experiences are lwo batlle stars on his campalgi ribbon.-, but Private Wright is reluctant M Inlk about Ihlngs righ now. He would prefer lo forget the days nud nights in steaming jungle foxholes and the bleak nion otony of the Aleutians. Private Wright left here in 1941 with old Company M. He lins a brother,' Tech. Sergt George Wright, now in the 12tl Air Force In Italy with whom h corresponds regularly. His' parents Mr, and Mrs. John Wright, inovei to Palo Alto, Calif., In 1937. Private Wright has married sine he rclume'd lo the United State nnd his wife resides at Jackson ville, Fla. Scout News A meeting of all Cub Packs wi 7 Officers Promoted '' f Blytheville Field Eight members of the personnel , the Blythevllle Army Air Field ave received their promotion to nplaln, the War Department an- ounecd recently. They are Charles 3oorgc Bitlner, Miles Blunt Jr., Girl Scout Rally Held Saturday At Little House A nilly for local Girl Scouts was jielrl Saluiday morning at the Little ioward Vance Flnefrock""Trvhip' House, when the ceremonies were Francis Glllespie, Robert Allen Jen- [opened by the color guard, Cillie cii, Cecil Monroe Slgmon, Kennelh Kll(1 J' ulkb . Ramonn Grafton and aines Sncddon and Sarlor Olho'GW Oarrigan. Villiains Jr. Receiving their promotion to first leu tenants are Luther Chastain, Inrrlson Clarke, William Francis ;owley, Clivc Joseph Grazier, worth Davis Holder, Robert Titus Kohler, Jugcne Roland Krantz, Dan Mc- Mullcn, Frcdric Eugene Man, Thomas King O'Louyhlln, Willard Oath-i ngs Plcntl, Richard Pierre Stokes Jr., Harold Roy Vnncise, Roger 12u- senc Wigton, Wilson Kicks Yar>rough, Roy Richard Ammerlng, Mailer Brown Belslnger Jr., EUvyn Lynotte Bioodgood, Paul Francis Bovyn. will have the Sudbury Troop. " Following this (lie girls met with their 'new leaders and made ,ilans for the first week In October. Games and singing occupied the girls for several hours, and refreshments were served. Head courier wcwa *tuil Hunting Of Wild Hogs Underway In Arkansas CONWAY, Ark., Sept, 18 (U.P.)— 1'ulaski and Faulkner county.hunt- ers me enjoying a new brand of hunting, wild hog hunting. Tlie wild hogs, which aj-e said lo be roaming the rough . terrain and brakes near the Pulaski and Faulkner county border, have already destroyed more than 30 acres of corn on forms near Palarm. One fanner says that oiie boar roaming the area Is said to weigh some GOO pounds. Hunters from Conway have already killed several of the hogs, but many others continue their raids on the corn fields nt night. Tlic girls were welcomed by Mrs. Glenn Lndd, chairman of tlie Girl Scout Council, and they were led in the pledge ot allegiance and the Girl Stout promfee by Mrs. Roscoe Crafton. Mrs. Wi D. Colj.b led the .singing of the star-Spangled Banner. Mrs. R. n. Stonl then introduced the Girl Seoul leaders for the Mrs. Lndd will be in charge ot the girls who have finibhed second class Scout work wul who will be n junior higli .school. • In charge ot Ihe lwo Brownie Troops will be Mrs. Hugh Wliilsitt, Mrs. S. Jiedel, Mrs. Robert, Grimes nd Mrs. Toby Ix>ngg. The Lange Troop will be under lie direction of Mrs. Rosco Craf- 011, assisted'by Billie Sue Bulks and Mrs. William Malin. Mrs. Earl iucklcy will he in charge of the Central Ward Troop, raid Mrs. R. B. Stout and Mrs. R. C. Norton Helps Nature Relieve MONTHLY'S FEMALE PAIN You who suffer such p ain with tired, nervous, "dragged out" feelings— all due to functional perlodtc dls- turbanccs-^tnrt at once—try Lydm E. Plnkhom's Vegetable Compound to relievo such symptoms.OMaae especially for women—it helps nature! Also a erond stomachlQ tonic. Follow label directions. LYDIAC.PINKHAM'S^S tend Mississippi Stale College for Women, after spending their Summer vacation with their parents, Dr. and Mrs. E. V. Hill and Mr. and Mrs. Max B. Reid. • Mrs. J. P, Friend left yesterday morning for Shrcveport, La., to be with Mrs. Benton L. Lewis. She will At The Hospitals Walls Hospital Admitted— Virginia Hill. city. Fnrrls Clark, Stcele, Mo. Ray Harrison, 1 Huffman. .: Mii. T. J. fioavk, clly. '•'' Born to Mr. and Mrs. Carl C. Miller, a daughter last night. Dismissed— •- Orvilic Hcnsley, Holland, Mo. Donnld Gray, city. UMlipvlltii Hospital Admitted— P. A. Escarre Jr., city. J. H. Strickland, Newellton, La. Dismissed— Mrs. Joe Jones, Tomuto. Meetings uerite Field and Mrs. Ronald Dirks f 'Mnlden, Mo. Dr. J. Fred Terry of Cookcvillc vas best man, and groomsmen were Apprentice Seaman Robert Moore, A. S. Preston Bandy, Pfc. Homer sbell and. Sergt. William Morgan. A reception followed at the home of the bride's parents, and Ihe couple : lefl Inter In the evening for a wedding trip lo tlic Great Smoky Mountains. They will live at 1884 Nelson. nald ol honor, and bridesmaids E» to Jasper, Texus, for the funeral •ere Miss Betty Jran Lerner, MUs services for Caplain Lewis, which lartha Jane Peoples, Miss Mar- Probably will be held Thursday. Mr. and Mis. J. P. Newell Jr., and son, J. P. III. ot Memphis, spent the weekend here with her mother, Mrs. Leslie Hooper. Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Moore Sr., had us'their guesls yesterday her brother, Brown Foster ami Mrs. Foster of Ridgeley, Tcnn. Mrs. A. C. Franz nnd her son, Jimmy, have returned to their home In SI. Louis atler a week's visit here with her brother, Cor- , Auxiliary meet' 'tomorrow 'night, 1:30 o'clock, at the hut, with Mrs. Mnr- vln Lnnc nnd Mrs. M. A. Middleton ns hostesses. Tlic program will be under the direction of Mrs. Bry- nnt Stewart. IRRITATIONS OF EXTERNAL CAUSE Acno jiimplcs, ccicnin, fnctorj* dcrnia- titie, siinpfDriiig^voim, teller, snltrhcuin, bumps, (blackheada). and ugly broken- put ekin. Milliaua rcliovo itclniip, burning and soreness of llicso miscnoa with fiituplo home Irontnicnl. Goea to work nt once. Ai(U lic.ilingi works tho anllscptio way. Uso Bl/ick Riitl \\1iile piulmcnt o:ily ns directed. lOe, ^5L* r BOo airca. 25 years' HUCce«i. Mouoy-back Kiiaiautec. Vital in clcimsint; "(a gooti aoni>. Enjoy famous Bluck uiiij WUto Bkm tioup doily. PEHMANENTWAVE Poll yourself. H'swsynspulling your luijr ui> in cuilcis. Yoii'll iinu- r.vcrylhiii£ you neul in Ou; PERMANENT, WAVE KIT ..,., a no licnt or electricity. &ifc, for every lype of h.iir.Ovcr 5 niilUonsolil.Gct llieaniai- iiiir Miarm-Kitrl I'crninncnl Wave Kit todaj Kirby Bros. Drug Store nnd nil drug stores. MINNIE LEE JONES Teacher of I'inno Announces reopening of he classes for beginners and advanced pupils. Enroll Now For Convenient Hours. Studio 807 Chickasawlm Phone 2994 Mrs. Dalton C. Fowlston, B. A. M. S. M. Announces OPENING OF FALL CLASSES PIANO — ORGAN — VOICE Former New York Organist and Teacher Pupil of clarence Dickinson President of Union Theological Seminary School of Muslo For Appointment Phone or Writ* ' Mrs. Dalton C. Fowlaton 1101 ChicUasawba Fhone 2M» ^HUNDRED THOUSAND OR. PEPPERS l>c held tomorrow nlghl, 8 o cloc in tlie basement 'of the Firsl Met! odist Cliurcli, it was announced t Clogs were once the general footwear of Lancashire, England, mill girls. What's the Rush? LIFE'S Little TROUBLES f -CAN'T Vou don't liavo to woiry and fret because CONSTIPATION or GAS PRESSURE discomforts won't let you cat. Instead of feeling nervous—blue or bcwiUered, take a dash of ADLER-1-KA as directed on label to quickly expel gas—to soften and assist food wastes thru a comfortable bowel movement. Enjoy that clean, refreshed feeling that lifts spirits—• rekindles smiles—improves appetite. Buy it! Try it! You'll never be without A client; a again. Adlt'tka from you, Jrugti'l ItfJay. KKKBY BROS. DRlKi STOKtiS New Shipments of ANTIQUES Are Arriving Almost Daily! Come In, We Like "Shoppers". The Gift Shop Modern & Antique Gifts MOSS BRYAN MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP It« B. Ftrrt Phone 2532 Bring Us Your Beauty Problems Modern Equipment Uxperl Beauticians IT'S WE TELEPHONE RUSH. Every night thousands of service men and women dash to the nearest telephones to talk with families and friends at home. 1 It helps a lot when you keep the Long Distance lines clear from 7 to 10 for the service men and women. That's about the best time for most of them to call. Continuous Show* E?cry D»y Box Office Opens 1:45 Show StarJa 2:00 LISTEN TO KLON »JL 12:i5 sun. 4:S» Last Time Today Command v with Pat O'lirren and Carole I.amlis SOUTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS, . art remembered always. Our flowers are nl- tresn, aad all *ork Is guaranteed t 0 please, i^t our e)[Der t Jwlgners hetp you with your floral needs. FLOWER SHOP r.t.B, Glene*e BUf. Don't Fret, Mrs. Smith, We Can Clean Their Togs! When your husband and son have that- football skirmish, there's no need to worry. We'll get their clothes as clean as over! NU-WA lAUNDRY^lEANER PHONP. «4 — BLYTHEVILLE.ARK. I'M SAVING 1 WASTE PAPER!" Yes . . , waiting is hard. But ifs easier when you're doing something to protect and aid him , , . and bring him home sooner I Your Government say» that wasta paper 1* ths No. 1 war shortage. There'i yout opportunity I -f For Wflste paper is everywhere. Newspaper^ magazines, wrappings, corrugated paper . . , bundle them all in packages about 12 Inches high and turn them in. The very wasta paper you tie up may well b« mado into paperboard that package! th* K-rationx, ammunition or blood plasma youf fighting man will uso. So enlist the children. Enthusa your neigb" bort and friends. Scour attics and bnaement* ?hen start a regular system of saving and bundling your wasta paper for war. .,. It's so littla to do . . i and it may mean so much to himl V, S, Victory WASTE PAPER Campaign News and Shorls Sclcclcd Sliort Hubji-cts Run. Only Operu r.ich night 6:45; itarts \l Open! Hoinlay 1:00; fciUrti 1:11 C«nllnDQoa Show] Sx(. an< Bob. IJarfiln Nljlit Ercry Lfist Time Toda Swing Out the Blues with Boh Hiiymcs :«ul Lynn Mcrrtft Fox News anil Short Tuesday & Wcflnesday A UNIVERSAL PIC1UBC. Selected Sho^t Subject

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