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

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 5, 1944
Page 5
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_THURSDAY, OCTOHKU 5; 19-14 BIAT1JEVJLL1S (ABK.). .QOUHIEH NEWS Pfc. Frank Knighl Jr. Weds In Washington Aimomimiicnl lus been muelc of the !ii!iri-l:i|'i> of )M. Mary Jx>e Ixjuks "f ihi! United Suites Mnvinc Corns Women's Kc.serve, to Pfc. Frank Kmitlit Jr., or the; United stales > Marine Corps Kuscrve, formerly ol lll.vlliewllo. Tlie mniTinec was KOH'mni/.cU Seiit. aa at the National City Chrls(i;in Chin-til m Wa.slitngton, D. C., with Dr. j. Warren Hastings, pastor, oniciiitiiifj. IV.. Jiiwjuclinc A. Woodall, U. S. Murlnc Corps Women's Reserve, wn:; tlie bride's only attendant, and Corp. Thomas E. Johnson Jr., also of the .Marine Corps, .served Private Knight »s Ix'.st niiiii. Immediately following (lie ceremony tin; bride's parents entertained sit dinner at the Ambassador Hotel in Washington, when yui\';l.s iv Club, Guests Entertained Mrs. J. Fan-Is McCnlla was hostess lo members of the A. D. C. Clut) last night when she also entertained two guests, Mrs. J. C. Ciiiiiril of Okolona, Miss., houseguesl of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Guard, and Airs, irai'innn Taylor. Fall tlowers were attractively ar- i-answl throughout Hie cntcrtnin- ins! rooms, where bridge was played during tlie evening. Mrs. Sanford ShoIUm received high score prize and Mrs: Elberl, HiifTmim second high. Ijefon; (he hostess served a salad course with iced drinks. i - * ! • Fralevnity Pledges Made William M. Jontz, who Is adend- ins Purdue University under the Navy V-I2 proBtam. has been pledged to Tuu Beta IM fraternily at tlie University, JUKI )i a , s ),e eM limited to Hie bridal pnrty and mem-! elected to ISta Kapjia Nit, national bcrs of the two families. electrical enginceriug lion.irnry Tlic bride, who is the cliuujhU'r of Mr. uml Mrs. C. Raymond Louks of Gary, Tnd., now is .sliilionccl nt Qiirmlico, Va., where Private Knight, Ihe son of Mrs. Pntll Calhoun Knight of Atlanta, Ga., also is sta- lioncd. Mrs. Paltl Knight anil Cnpt. anil Mrs. Howard Ford, cousins of the bridegroom, of were guests at tlie wedding. fraternity, it lias been announced. Mr. Jontz, who is the son of Mr. mid Mis. Mcarl Jon!/, is i( -junior student in engineering. Birthday Party Is Given Nancy Hiimiltoii, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George A. Hamilton, liclvoir, Va., 1 celebrated her 12lh birthday yes- tcrday afternoon with a party at her home when six of her 'most Jntluinle friends were Invited lo allcnci, A pink and green color "scheme was carried out both in the flow- Elected To High Office Miss Kosalic Duclos. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Duclos, has been elected president or the student tody at Druughnii's Business College in Memphis where she has been a student since Julv ]. A gradual!? of BlythL'villc hijdi school last May, Miss Uuclus v.'il/ Uin(;o Bamcs entertained the complete her course in November •'K"'' s ' or several hotirs, with awarded Katherinc Martin. Jac- nucline Estes and Mary Margaret Auten a.v winners, and later in the aflernoon Nancy opened the assortment of fifts brought by the tiutsts. (•rs used, in the tiny cups of candy given each child as n favor, arid in the refreshments of sandwiches and birthday cake which were served buffet style. Business Women Meet The Business Women's Circle of First Baptist Church held a sleak fry Tuesday night lit Baiiield in place of their customary mectiii!;, when 10 members and two guests, Mrs. Otis Shepherd and Mrs. Ebb Carson drove to the river for a steak supper. Following supper Mrs. Carson was in charge of a slate mission study course. Dr. Edna Nies is class sponsor. Moonlite Dnnce Excursion*! All'Steel, Clais-Encloscd Steamer Last Boat Hiile This Year 'MONDAY OCT. 9 l.i-avcs al !) l>. M. (Sharp) fruin ISAIUTIiLI) i,AN«l\fi, (I Jlilcs Jiusl of Blylhcville • on Highway IS D4NCJNG FREE— Musk by CLYDE TRASH &%. T|LL 12 NOON DM Of RIDE First Parties Of Season Given For Bridge Clubs Two bridge dubs, di.'.bandcd for flic Summer, Imve had their first parties of the Fall season during the past two dayi. Members of the Tuesday Bridge Club were entertained Tuesday afternoon by Mrs. W. C. Higglnson i.t her home which was attractively decorated with Fall rases. High score prize for the afternoon bridge games went to Mrs, Jesse Taylor, .second to Mrs. C. E. digger Jr., and the hostess served j a dessert course. , I Mrs. James H.: Bell, was hoslest to members''of" the"' Wednesdaj Bridge Club yesterday nficnuvm ior luncheon and bridge at her home at 900 Holly Street, when Mrs. Samuel F. Norris was luncheon guest. Red rosebuds in low bowls were arranged in the living room where luncheon was served at shial tables, and where bridge was latei played. Defense stamps were awarded Mrs. P. E. Black for high score ind Mrs. Baker Wilson for second high. FARE AT BOAT Jvl.IO M?* m '*J H '!! il ™"-? s '" M »& Mrs. Peary Is Hostess (AtlSlals. Fed. fatci inehiltil in tares) • *,, J 11 ... /-..j/ ^ ^)| Hl/lln;\n,-e f\f I1..1 T?..ln.,,n.. Get Advance Jickets ot: KIRBY'S !)KU(;S and ARMY AIK HASIC Ulvfhcvillc All members of Ihe Friendly Sevci Club attended the party given yesterday afternoon by Mrs. Clara Peary. Cards were played throughout the afternoon, and the hostess served a refreshment plate of sandwiches and dessert, together with iced drinks, at the conclusion of the games. Missouri Bride Mrs. John (Jerman of stcole. Mo. was before her recent niiirrlav.c Mis.s Imogens Tuyloi', daughter of Mr. aiul Mrs. Clusler Taylor of C.iutci, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. German now are making their home in Sleele, whore Mr. German is connected with Ihe German Undertaking Company. Bridge Luncheon Given Tuesday By Mrs. Calcs Mrs. W. C. Caies was hostess to eight guests Tuesday afternoon r.t her home for a luncheon and bridge game. Roses and snapdragons nrriingi".! in n low crystal bowl formed a centerpiece for the ditiini; table where the Biiests were sealed lor the three course luncheon. High ECOV.O for the bridge games during the afternoon was \vun by Mrs. Marvin Nimn and second hii'li by Mrs. V. G. Holland. weeks' visit In Mexico City, and olh- 11 points ol Interest In Old Mexico. Mrs C.. W. Altllrk spent Tucsiluy nnd Wcdni'sdiij- tn Memphis where in- met her iluughU'r. Mrs. W, H. Hartimm of DiTiilur, Ala., who ur- il there yostenlay inurnlnK. mid today they were iolned by Mr. Af. wlui hus Iweii at Hatllo Creek, Mich., for several wivks. Mrs. llur- 11 '.an ucc(im|i:nil«l her parents lie-re for n two-weeks' visit. Mrs. J. Karris Mi-Calla and daufih l<r, Jennie Wren, and Mrs, llarman laylor and son, Adiini, will siiu lomorrow in Memphis where lhe> iv taking Adam [or a checkup at a clinic Iherc. Mrs. If. c. Hliukwrll left lust nltdil lor null- i(o,-k to bo with het dauislitcr. Mrs. Kuueno Do/ler, who is visltiuu (hen- with Mr. Dover's parents, ML and Mis. Kuijene Uo- ^ici Si. Mr. and Mrs. i>, E. Cooley Imvi is then- guests lor the week, thch daughter, Mrs. v.. 1). Hcall and hei two youui! sous, Tummy ami John, of Marion. Mr. Hcall will Join them for the weekend and will be accompanied hume by his family. Mrs. 11. II. Muni-c will return tomorrow lo her home In HI I'rsso, Texas, alter i< tmi-ivccics' visit here as the |!iiesl. of her sister, Mrs. Doyle Henderson and family. Ser«l. Billy Hi-ciT has returned lo his base at Mount lloniu, Idaho, when; he is »ci i'ii(;lciei'iliii; Instructor on u ll-2-l bomber, after spending a m-day fuilougli here with his muthcr. Mm. I.ula Hecil, and iu LU- tle Hock with his sister, Mrs. George Hill. •SvrKcniil Kt'cd has been In service since June, KH2. Miss Virginia Martin and Miss Mildred Uui lluliljard spent S'cslor- day In Memphis. Bits of News Mostly Personal Mrs. W. C. Lcggett has returned from Memphis where she spent sev citil days with her. sisters, having gone down especially lo be with her mother, Mrs. N. E. Parks of Oxford, Miss.,- who was in Memphis for a visit with her four diuujhtcvs there. Miss Hilllc Lcijgett s].ent Tuesday in Memphis: and accompanied her mother home. Dr. and Mrs. Paul L. Tiyttm have retiirncd here after,.a visit,!In Uy- crsburg, Tc'i'i'u., and are now. at (he home ot his' cousin, Mrs. [I. ' L Cliambers, on North Ninth Street. Mr. and Mrs. Hiriini T. Rylcc nnd daughter, Daisy Ixiu, and Miss Joy Hugging of Artjyrcl, Mo., are visltins Ills mother, Mrs. N. L. Dodd and other relatives. Mrs. Richard Bland lagan Jr., has returned home after a three- You'll like the way" Va-tro-nol works right where trouble Is to open up nose-relieve stully transient con- f;cs!lon. (Alse-i'muil for relieviog .sullily, sueezy, stuffy distress of head colds.) Follow directions in folder. 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Pinkham's VEGETABLE COMPOUND TO RUIN DRESSES AND LOSE FRIENDS I T'S u;ii;ii.~ ' 1OW sonic ^irls lose tlicir fiicml.s .tin) ruin their ilrcsscs be- CAHSC of perspiration odor and stains. Ami there's no excuse [or. it, It's tay to save Cresses, it'swj) to save fiicnds. Use Aniil, die new cream dccxlor- ant ch.u liclps keep j'our armpits Jty and removes the Oilor from perspiration. Aim! is s.ifc fnJ Jcpcnd.iblc for tJitsc/rii* rc.isojis:. 1. ArriJ dots not irriutcskin. Docs O not roi dresses or men's slurts. . 2. Prevents undcr-arm odor. Helps stop perspiration safely. 3- A pme, white, antiseptic, stainless vanishing cream. -5. No wailing to dty. Can be used right after shaving, 5- Awarded Approval Seal of American Institute of Laundering — harmless to fabric. Use ArriJ ?> '* *f& 3 } M ^''. \,' -'AtJiilrtAtJc largest selling dcddwant. Sold at all stores selling toilet goods — 39c arul VX a jar. (Mm r««> • Silver, IDENTIFICAII BRACELETS .Slrongly raQ< J e Sidling i,l»i idcni;f,<Qt;or> biocclel (or .Scn-ite Mtn.-A gils tkof i, ,„,,. to br opprtciolcd. H will "• nil <onitont cornponion and o ihctiihcd reminder ol your thouglitfulnti!. Cifls lor Overseas Musi Be Mailed by Oct. 15lh Price Includes All Federal • o. r« m Taxes JEWELRY STORES Blythevillc — Osccola Coming Events FRIDAY C-MI.C'. club met'llni! with Mrs. Mi's. Nowrll cnleilululns lullliil Club. Chaper "N" of p. n. o. Klslcr- hood mi'i'Hm; will) Mrs. \V. I.. Hoini'i'. •! p. m. Mi*. John llrlllhait viiluiinlnlni; Cl. M. 11. Club. PAGE.B'IVEv ladlm Ulijlc omss or First Mcth itKclln lii'llo Wood, 1:'M |(.in. Uurcaa Biiiuluy Kchool Class ol, llnpllst Cliuicli liiiviinj Itinch- P'ni lit cluiR'li, 1 p.m. - ALLURING • LOW-COSt PERMANENT WAVE Natufal-laAlngcurliaraJwra'now yw:>, can y, rojHy, at Iwrac. Do It jrouiwir. Tins amaimg riic>''rc jwccl, They're yomyj. The most cncluiMlinj; lilllc slices llnil ever lx.'j;i.iHH>»K'i 11 prctly imklc. 'I'licy'ic CintJ Cross Shoes, of lourse... which MC.IMS ^lovi'-iinuolli fit for your feel niul n siliool-girl fur your jlcp. Tnnioui lor ovor SO yean ni Red Ciou Slioui . . , UiKliulleliycd valuo ul Styles Illustrated In Black Patent. The Family Shoe Store ;H2 W. Miiin 1'liono 2342 ,, coiilnlu evrrytlilni you nc«j, writunent «r«v« (oluuon, cuilcrs, iliamnoo and wave-Mt. Saf« tor cwry (y,x: of Inlr. I'jalstd by l!oJly»Mrf ; niovtc .inr.. Oycr 6 million JoldVbel • (Hiatm-Kurl Kll Ivlay./ nt Klrby ilros. Drug Store and all drug stores. • • ; - -.. . . ( . -.,,...., • QUICK RELIEF FROM Symptoms ol Distress Arising from STOMACH ULCERS DUE TO EXCESS ACID TOoBookTellsofKomeTrealnwhtthat 1 Must Help or It Will Cost You Nothing I'llHATMBNTliivolTOtKOldforrpllcifof Lit Duodenal Ulcerl duo lo Excel* Add— ' [our Dlfottlon, Sour or Upitt Stom«ch, OMIIiieil, M.nrtliurn, SleepleilntM, tie., luii(nCiccii Acid, flolil on Ifld^yn'trlall Uk for "WljUrd'i Mm.s." wl.lcli fully oiina'iu (lila IniaiuuMil—fr»—at Stunning Hew This year, the ''little things" mean more than ever . . . and our gift shop is a haven for you with a minimum of time, a maximum of gifts to buy on a wartime budget! Come in today and see our fascinating col lection of charmers for parlor or pocket, boudoir or den. All in one handy, colorful shop . . grouped for easy, speedy selection It's NOT Too Early To Shop For Christmas Gifts! Miikc Your Suli'dions NOW While Slocks Are Now ami Complete . KiltHY Ill-WAV DRUG CO. nOUINfJON OHUG CO. ' AUMORKL: , , . . , AHMOHHtj DUUG CO. PIE SUPPER III tllU . . ,,.,.,, REECE SCHOOL HOUSE October 6th, 8 £'*&" Suonsin-ed by SCOUT TROOP 217 MARGARET'S RHOP IM a. rtn\ , Phone 2532 ' Bring Uj Your Beauty Problem! Modern K(|ulpmenl Ilxiicrt lk>auticlanl • l''itr (l;o boys 'oversells.!! I! ) MAI I, NOW! ..,.,. The Gift- Shop Mudcm & Antliiue Gift] ..,., MOSS BRYAN! Coutinuoot Show* Eterj D»y Box Office Opens !:«Show HUrlB 2:0« U8TEN TO > .,BL 12:45 ».ra. Tltiii-sday nnd Friday ANDYMRDVS BLONDE I'aramounl Nc\vs and Selected Short Subjects MKltntfi Bit. A Snn. Onlj Opens each night 6:45; lUrli Opens Sunday 1:00; bUrti 1:11' Ctnfloconi Showi Sat. uf Silt, S»rr»ln Nlfht Every Klthi"E«i«»» N» honored on 2u«*; IT the E«xr. Thursday and Friday itSf Ed'S KEKJ7 SCSCWT/"^ SlfUIH IMCKS MHK A' »niESDM)l!Of,e™IIITE!i Selected Short Suijecls

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