The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on September 20, 1944 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, September 20, 1944
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.WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1044 BLYTHEVILLE (AUK.);• COURIER NEWS fwn-ison-Russcl! Rites ' Solemnized In Catndcn Judge and Mrs. Znl B, Harrison returned Monday from Camdcn, Ark., where they attended the wcd- (liiif! Sunday afternoon, 5 o'clock, of (heir son, Pfe. Patrick. Edward Harrison, lo Miss Amanda Alice Hussell, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Barney Oaslon Itussoll of Caniden. Wlillc gladioli etched in 'candlelight against H background of palms and Southern smilax formed the selling for the ceremony, performed In the First Methodist, Church, with the pastor, the Hcv. Kenneth L. Spore, rending the double ring ceremony. Preceding Ihe wedding rites a pro- Emm of music was given by Mrs. Frank Chldesler, organist, mid Miss Emma Lee Morgan, soloist. The tapers wore lighted by Miss , Sarah Jane Moseley and Miss Marv Maude Covington, who wove dresses of heavenly blue lace and net over taffeta, wnd had wrist corsages of pink and while tuberoses. Miss Eleanor Hue Russell served as her sister's maid of honor, while bridesmaids were Miss Hetty Bu/.- bce and Miss Nell Page Berrynmn, both of Mtllc Rock. Miss Uussell wore a gown of pink lace and net over taffeta, which \s-as designed with a sweetheart neckline and three quarter length sleeves. The long Iwrtice ended in a short peplum of lace, and she carried a bouquet of lavender asters lied with puffs of pink maline. Cioivns of the bridesmaids were of Ir.ifelr. and nel, willi Miss Busbec wearing orchid with a bouquet of yellow gladioli lied with orchid net, and Miss Berrymnn, yellow, with ,*rt>ou(|iiet of orchid gladioli tied Will) • yellow net. • All the feminine attendants wore liny clusters of flowers in their hair to match the bouquets they carried. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a formal wedding gown of ivory slipper satin fashioned with a sweetheart neckline and leg-o'mutloii sleeves which tapered lo lily points over her bands. Tiic princess style dress-swept into a full train, mid her veil of illusion fell from a coronet of orunge blossoms. She carried a white prayer book topped with a purple orchid, and her only ornament was a single strand of pearls, a gift of the bridegroom. Judge Harrison served Ids son as best man, and ushers were Joe Bob Uotiion and Buddy Smead, both of Camden. Immediately following the ceremony a reception was held at the liMim of the bride's parents,- where tlie bride's table was covered with a lace cloth end centered with a bowl of rcn. loses, Hanked with white tapers h\ crystal candelabra The :t!ireevtic;£d wedding cake was Amazing Way for RUN-DOWN" people to get VlUlin..PEl>! lopped with a inliiinture bride and brUlegroom, and Hie punch bowl «'as banked with red roses and fern. i'rivale Harrison and his uride left laler for Memphis where they will mate Uiclr home In (lie Forrest Park nparlmcnls. For traveling Mrs. Harrison wore a suit of red wool willi "lack accessories. A large number of out-of-town luc-sUs attended Ihe wedding. Lange P.T.A. Meets Yesterday At School Members of Ijinge Parent Toucher.? Association met yesterday afternoon at Ihe school for the first mceline of Ihe new year, when the program opened will) Die sinking of a group of pnirfnttc songs, "America," "Star Spangled Banner," and "God Bless America/' willi aecompanlmenl by Mrs. Louise Wadeiipfuhl. Mrs. Cody Euton, president of (lie organization, introduced tlie officers who will serve willi her during llic coming year, and MLss Winnie Virgil Turner, city supervisor of elementary sclicols discussed (lie activities carried cml In the Summer playgrounds. Tlie purpose of the organization this Winter will be aiding Die youth, it was announced by the president. Members were grcelcd at the door by Mrs. Freeman Hucy, ami Mrs. Charles- Short was awarded the door prize. Miss Betty Jane Martin's second grade received tlie room price for Ihc largest percentage of mothers in attendance. • « fl Sorority Pledges Made - Miss Jane Casllio, dniighlcr of Mr. and Mrs. Garth Castlio, who is ntlcndmg Louisiana Slate University at Baton ri.iuge iis a freshman, has pledged Chi Omega sor- f.rity there, it has been announced. Miss Normadine Kavanaiigh, ilnuglitcr of Ciipl ,-mcl Mrs. Norman A. KavanauEh, also a frcslimnn al. L. S. U., has pledged Alpha Delia Pi. Both girls were members of Ihe graduating claas at Blythcvlllc hig.'i school last May. • * f Daughter Born Yesterday Corp. and Mrs. Harold J. Farmer are the parents of a daughter born yesterday at tlie home of Mrs. Farmer's parents, Mr. and 'Mrs. U. C. Freeman, at 413 North Broadway. Tlie babj', their first child, lias been naimxi Sallie Joel. Mrs. Farmer is tlie former Miss Geraldine Freeman. Corporal Farmer now is serving in Italy with the Army. Miss Irene Rice Weds Joe W. Barber Of Dell Announcement has been made of Ihc marriage ot Miss Irene nice daughter of Mr. and Mr;. I,. I Kice, to Joe \V. Barber, son of Mr. mid Mrs. B. C. Burbcr of Hell. The wedding was solemnized Sun- clay, Aug. !M, at the home of Justice of the Pence W. P H.ile who officiated. Mrs. Barber was graduated from Blylhcville high school In May, while Mr. Barber formerly altend- cd school in Del), They hnvc be-'n making tliclr home with his parents near Dell since their marriage. Mr. Barber left yesterday for service with llic Navy. Business Meeting Held A call business meeting of the Women's Council of Mist Christian church was held Monday afternoon al (he church, when Mrs. B, F. liroRdon Jr., vice president of tl)i! organization, presided. Mrs. L. L. Ward presented a brief devotional on the topic- of "The Church", take nfrotn various Bible references to this subject, ami she closed llic devotional period willi prayer. After routine business had been taken cnrc of, the group decided upon Ihc new study course lo be taken tiji, a quiz course on Bible facts. Plans also were made for tlie evening service held last night al Hie Blytheville Army Air Field. Mrs Matthews Is Hostess Hoses nnd merigoltls were attractively arranged In the B. M Matthews home yesterday afternoon when Mrs. Matthews wns hostess to members of llic Bi-Monthly Club and one guost, Mrs. W. P. Brewer for an afternoon uf bridge. Defense stamps were awarded Mrs. George W. Pyles for high score and to Mrs. G. S, Barnes for second high. A dessert course was served. Club Eight Entertained Mrs. Ralph Nichols, u-Jio often plays bridge with members or Club Eight, entertained n m t group last night al her home for ah evening of bridge. 'Early Fall flowers' were used throughout the living room of the house where Hie guests plnyed cards .Iced drinks were served as llic games were played, and a dessert course was served at-the conclusion of the evening. ' ,. High score prize went lo Mrs. I, s Benish and second high lo Mr; Charles Langston. , ,, . * ' mMe ,dny furlough here with his parents Mr. iwtt Mrs. O. W. Smith other relatives. Miss Jullii I.limjlrd. executive secretary for Cl>l<'kiis«vvl)ii ujsli-ict of the American Hod Cross, relumed Insl night from Llltlu Hock where she attended n two diiy slut,, j 1)oc t. iiifi o( American lied Cross exveii- w sj'crelarlcs held at Iho Albert Club, Guests Entertained ''T^, , lck Mcil , WJ . of *' - • Mrs. w. A. Afllick, Mrs.'j°E ley mid Mre. Frank linllcy, mmn, tm , MM . ,. k . ., • special Interest to Ihc party given * h, s '(« ,- \ mMe ? •\ k ' Uillu; - v ' l«st nlBht for members of tho .Imf J V 'V'"", 1 " 1 fro " 1 " Double O Club by Miss Margaret c ,1. ( ™M„'-!, "r B ° Uth Shaver nt her home on Highway 6U MI.SS Jiin ' "'"""' tori ** I *?hnili r* Gladioli and roses decorated tlio two 3L ,?T , , ' e.itertninlng rooms of the house. , u ilveisllv -of Avt,',? "'"'" ifw ' ml "' A dessert course was served «t'w t rc ,,. [,,m i S " S i lll , yi ' ll , fvl '?• Ihe conclusion of the gnnies and wiiuV ' s 'Mr. nnd Mis. Jimies Hill Jr., loft Jj)ls morning for H i wn WCI ,|{ S - V(U ., U Mrs. H. c. Allen and sou u c Jr., mul Mrs. M. wiitto speni today in Memplils, wln>ro H c Jr •coiisiillccl ills speclnlisl, ]1 0 | s ,.,,.' cuiierallng from an operation on his knee which he underwent two weeks Mrs, Tom Mnbry and son. Tom>«)', icliirncd yesterday iiflrriinim "Din Helena, Ark., wliere llu-v spent PAGE .- i'll, u-lio entered c ? luml>l »' Mo ' S "'"' lsfm ' 1 '< 1 "' •Mary Spain u.srry i»Hze awaidc,, „*,'. Sou Is Born Monday Mr. ami Mrs. V. I,. Wicker of Memphis are the parents of 11 mn born Monday ui Methodist Hospital there. Their first child, t;ie biiby has not yet been named. Mrs. Wicker is (lie former Miss Jcanoll Adah- of niythevlllc. Mn )V}"s pi|nuUs, HJr. mid Mrs. Tom Mubry Sr. Mrs. Mnury went usne- I'liUly lo IK with her slsler, Mem Sybil Wm-il of the Army Nursos' Cor|)s, ivlio Is wirotitd to m , fln l biirkullun pohu utter service m Hiukloy, Toxiis. Vlvlnn I'allerson lias reliirnrd to her home In Jackson, Miss., after n visit of several weeks with her uriiiiilinolher, Mrs. W, T oiwrsl Hw mother, Mrs. S. s, I'nlterson' dime up for her. ' Miss Mury Wolshons, danahtcr of Ueill. col iiiut Mrs. Cloidon We I shons, leaves tonl B ht for Ht. Cluirles "Mo., where she will nltoncl LliWeii' wood C'ollenc for the second yi ..,,. Mrs. Jerry lleurn mid hir, lnt S()ll ' lurry Lynn, have been removed' from Or. Hknllcr's Clinic to tlielr Home on Knsl Mlssour.1 street Osear Ilardfuvny Jr., .ami v,,,,t WlHld-n Ilur.lwwi.j-, cMl.ivcil of M ' luid Mrs. Osear ] Im-Uinvny Sr mi' clerwt-nl, Unislllccloinics yesterd'ay ,u Bits of News Mostly Personal Mrs. Alfred Williams and Mrs, Alvln Moore nnd son, A. C. Moore, have returned from a 10-day visit with Mrs. Moore's parents'lii'svlva N. a , : ...: Capl. Raymond Cobble TeCiirned yesterday from Baltimore, Md. where he has been attending C W. S. for the past 30 days. Mrs. Hnrry l,e«'is underwent major operation lodny at'"Walk Hospital. , Pvl, Claries Smilh of tlie sigmil Corps, rclurncd yesterday lo For l.eoniird Woorl, Mo., for fnrllici assignment alter spending his 12- Ncw Shipments of ANTIQUES Arc Arriving Almost Daily! • Come In, We Like "Shoppers". The Gift Shop Modern & Antique Gifts MOSS BRYAN >:** »Jt , seps may J- Iieip yon to overcome tlie discomforts or embarrassment of sour stomach Jerky nerves, loss of appellle imdcrivcight, dlcesttvc complaints weakness, poor comploxionl -n*,^™ i >rh ?.u s °,P crr >""8 on only a '? ' W7» l«»lthy blood volume or a Elomach digestive cnpaclly ol O!1 \ y M to C0r« normal Is severely handicapped • StMYUhnrnplcstoninch dlirestlvc lulrp^i PLUS RICH BEn-BLOOD you 8 I,ou!d enjoy thntBense of \vell-bclnK^lUeh Jo- notes physical fllness . . . mental alertness) It you cro subject to poor digestion or euspcct dcnclent reel-blood as the cause. of 'jour trouble, yet have no organic -ip tlc atloti or focal InTectlon. 653 f c ma >" bo J^ ls t ivhat you need as It etntly designed (I) to promote tho VITAL DlOESTiVE JUICES In tbestomachnnd (2) to build-up JJLOOD STRENGTH when deficient. Build Sturd/ Health • and Help America Win Thousands nnd thousands of users have testified to the. benefits S53 Tonic has brought to them nnd scientific research *nov,-s that It gets results—that's why so numys.-iy"BSSTonlcb>;l]dssturrty health —makes you feel like yourselt nealn." At orug stores In lOaml 20 02,5lzcs.CS.3.S.Co helps build STURDY HEALTH :,^v>^ i , 7.50 The Family Shoe Store Continuous Show* Every Day Box Office Opens l:4& Show Starts 2:08 LISTEN TO KLCN I-m. i:M ^j. Wednesday Thursday and Friday KEENAN WYNN ROBERV BcNCHtEV Fi« COLLINS . CIIIU WIL15 Do You Hah* HOT FLASHES? It yov. sutler troin hot Ilnslics, foci wcnk, nervous, n bit bluo lit limes —nil iluu lo thu ruHcllounl "inWitlo- tcc" iicrtod rccullnr to women— try | Lydln E. Pluklmm'n Vouolnlilo Com- Iiound to relieve BUCII liympioitiR Muilu osjioclivlly for WUIIIIMI— (I iieltii uallircl l-'iillow Inlrel ill ls Methodist Hospllal 1'fc. nnd Mre, liciifoid Klines of I'ort BcnnliiK, On., nro »])i>ii(lhi|> Ihelr 10-dny furloiiKh hore wllli his Jiiothor, Mrs. Salllo Klines, and Mrs, Klines' piircnU. Mrs, Klmes Is Ihe formi'r Miss [Ina-l Hull. l«on Sllhvcll wus opcrnlcd on foi "lilieiullcllls this inornliiK at Blylhc- vlllc Ilosyllii), Mrs. N, J, Nclll of East Pmhlo, Mo., is s|)cndlii|( two weeks here with licr daughters, Mrs. Ocurgc Sllhvcll uiul Mrs. IX q. Frccnuui »inl Ilicli 1 fiiinllles. Miss Annette Whistle, duviRhlcr of Mr. inul Mrs. a. II. Whlslln of Mu- llla, Is iiiiderBoliiH IrciUmenl at Hlythcvllli! llosnltnl. Scr«t. and Mrs. Murray PJillllps of union Routjc, U., arc speiKilng n brief tlnic hero with Mr, mut Mrs. nernard Ooodi, Mr. nnd MIS Knsscll 1'hllllps mill ihe 0. K. crlg- MARGARET'S BKAUTY 8HOI> IM 8. FU.1 Phone 2532 Bring Us Your Beauty Problem* Paramount N CW s ami Selected Short Subjects ROXY Mtclntrs 8»l. & Rnn. Onlj Opens each night 6:15; start) '. Open* 8nnd»j 1:00; BUru 1:11 C«nthinuii!i Show> S»t »n* 8«a Btimritj. Na ^»*M« OD Ivji^ikf It lh« E»rr. Last Time Today Weird Woman villi l,on Cli.incy and Anuc Gwynnc Kcleclcd Shorl Subjects Thursday and Friday ANDREWS SISffRS A UNIVERSAL CICJURE IF Scleclcd Sliorl Subjects ," I. 7 in ecr family. Sergeant ana Mrs. PhflVC "lis sue cnroutc to St. Lows'tor^a- vbsll follo\YlngMilS"rec'ent return'- fiom it) months overseas service' with Ihc Army Air Forces,"when he- soivcd as n ladlo-gunner. ->,' '/, DANCE '' i Thursday — Friday —1 And Saturday NighU 9:30 to 1 6'Clock In the Beautiful Blue Room of the : HOTEL NOBLE Admission G5c Incl. Mrs. Lee Ward, and wllli Mr' A SWEETHEART COLLECTION OF WINTER COATS If somber colors don'l .i|>|>caf to you,, 'Jlwi isn't all...die-re's ninth more <o be tofil" Sweetheart l-jpcls, lingc frntiis ami |, llU(> ,, s boldl' All ihcst- arc ncu in<.ousi 29 .75 loii-tibtcli stylos tluiL iiHsin-o I'liillifiil service for many sciisonx. llolicul- uii.sly tiiiloi'ud GlicKtcrfioWs, W.ear-)vorl|iy. hoy COJIIH nnd sofljy-tlcliiilcd flinikc front models, gently fitted. All vvm-nily interlined. Si/.cs 12 lo 20. Nc\vly smooth wjolwiK in vi- iimes or (lark 'colors. Wonderfully Icxlural woolens, dcc|>- |)ilc<l or smootli-as-ghiss, in h\i-ly colors or ever-right blacks anil browns. Slimly 'fitted models, softly molded ;u«l draped, free-wing-ing Chesterfields and boy coats. Warm- ' ly interlined, of course, and exciting- / ly touched with flattering velveteen ; :onti-asls. 12 lo 20. | - <l In I'laiils and Solids! MKN'S SPORT SHIRTS j.98 .sleeves for the new season! Cotton gabardine, poplin and buffalo plaid. Cooil-ruilng you cxnecl In' WHITE DRESS SHIRTS J.65 Sanforized*—no "mined *l the laundry blues'. Firm Nu-Craft** starch- less collars. •Reg. U. S. Pat. Oft. . .-. . , 'Fabric shrinkage will not exceed 1 per cent. ' •'.'"'?'•'..! I'nr Sehonl! Or Dress! • Boys' Trentwood SUITS Hnid - going nrm 4<% 1C weaics, spoily ioft 1/*'J weaves! , , , ?,, Tecn-Agc Winter Favorite .. COAT and SKI PANTS Set: Princess-.coals of fleecy .f n b.rics,. matching pants.' Klghl for Dress or rlay LiUtc Girls' 'COAT.. SET .- ., '.'••••; •;' COAT / Deep - piled reef.--; •* qn"•$ . ers, niatclilngzlp- PANTS' ' per ski pants. 3-6.' - a.oO

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