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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Betty, S\orey Bride Of Frank Leighton When slie was 15 years old Betty Storey, "daughter of-Mrs. Brownie Slorey, had one of her first dates with Frank Lelghton. who was 16 »nd also a .student at Blythevlllq High School. : • _'..... Thai romance was climaxed Saturday night when Miss Storey became Hhe ' bride of* her ' teen-nge sweethfeart. She Is the granddaughter otJDr. nnd Mrs. C. E. 'Wilson nnd lie Is son <*t Mrs. Ewqik L«igh T u»v of Memprf*. •?••£ '*' f••''•• '•'•' The ! wedding wftST l^rf 0 ^ 6 ^' ^ Iwiliglit at the-fhoaie of ,\iie^bride's aunl inid uncle r Mr. andiMr*. Russell K. 1 Marr, 900 Holly Street. The Rev. ^. C. Brown, pastor of First rBaptist Church, orflclated The' candlelight ceremony was solemnized In a"smalV'room con- nectcdi with the living room. White candles in floor candelabra cast n soft glow over Ihe wedding party and die improvised altar of tsl while ifloor baskets of white snapdragons lnters|>ersed with fern. The windows were draped with a'bor- der ol) smilax. LfviQg rooiii decorations carri.K out a A>ink and white color schema with rjouquets of j>ink snapdragons carnations and tu'lfps.". On 'the piano was an arrange nient |of white spirea wllh whit candltjs. . • Mrsj Marr presented a prograr of nuptial music wilh the proces sional,' "Liebcstraum" - and during the ceremony, "Clair de Lime." The) bride chose for her wedding a Iwo-lpiece grey twill suit with navy accessaries and ( a ^cor.sage^. of roses and dutch blue'/itis'.-'.;( "}".'<, ; : • Her}-maid of '•honor 1 . -Miss Jewell Rice, Jwpre nil aqua dress wilh u corsage of gardenias. William Pnschal'> of'. Memphis served-Air. Leighton as-best man. . ~ Mr. [and Mrs. Lelghton will mako their .home .111 Memphis at 1707 Nctherwdod for the present. Mrs. L£l£hURi-was. graduated from UlytheTfTle 'ffigh""Schooi : 'anil Mr. \ - . ' * WE, THE WOMEN Home Ownership Is Finally Popular BY RUTH MILI.KTT, NEA Staff, Writer \ 11 looks as if we are going 'to become n. nation of hoinc-wncrs, whether we' like It or not. j For n" number of years; r'Hitliuj had so mnny^advantages ou lt|> side that young couples were ijjhict- ant to take OIL Hie rcsponslt IHllus of home ownership. I • The renter didn't have to ! worry about taxes. It, was no concern of ils if the neighborhood In which he ived was starling to go down hill. !e could always, move to a "Jwtter location. , If something went wrong ' wl^h the plumbing. It was the landlord's headache. So was redecorating. i vie. Furthermore., the couple -who thought being foot-loose was 1 the way to keep life from becoming humdrum could always reiil.l and thus feel free U>, pick up and move across the country ill i\ny ', vlme greener pasture.v beckoned. ; It was simple, back In the (;ood old prewar days. You conld have a home without having the lu.'ad- Visits Here Yesterday Cnpl. Tom Phillips was here vpstfTvlin, In vliilt Mr . (i.wl "MrK. tidies of home ownership. A IHI KKKKNT STORV NOW . But it's dlrf.rent now. Fnmlll who have had houses sold out fro under them, or who have lived nortal fear that such a calami would make them homeless, have new rcs))eel for the idea of o\v Ing their home. And thousands of young cnupl who wouldn't have dreamed, In 1 ofu days, of buying a home r finding that If they want a iv> over their heads they have to bi Instead of pitying home-owne those who once yrarncd for 111.- u encumbered life envy them now. Permanence is beginning to !o good. If the housing shortage su cecds In making home-owners the country's young married fol there will be one ray of sunshl In the depressing situation. For Hie foot-loose Ideal Is b for marriage. Generally spcakii the young couple who settle do lo become a real part ol a co munity get ahead faster than the mini and wife who are wlwi dreaming of greener pastures, T:30 o'clock, for J>ox supper. Banquet for Blythevllle Soli Band nt Ihe Hl(;li Schlol, In new Itinch room. 7 o'clock | Bits of News Mostly, Personal '"" • MONDAY, APK1I, 1, 1040 r Walls Hospital. Mis. Robert Scott spent the weekend in Memphis with Mr. Scott who is connected with a railroad company headquarters there. Mrs. Frank Simmons and son, D. Simmons, spent, yesterday in Jones- boio wlii'i'c l' lp y visited their son and brother, Dliss Simmons, stricken with paralysis eight weeks :\go. He Is Improved. Condition of Mrs. Kelly Springer, v'^i has been seriously 111, Is iinpio.ed today. She Is at Walls Hospital. : L. I. I'nssmore, Specialist I, fival Class, USN, of Washington, D. C., Is spending part of a leave here with Mr. and Mrs. FleWer Perry. Also a guest of Mr. and MIS. Perry during the weekend was their neplicw, Bil- Miss Helen Dougan ,eft yester- ^Ne .'^smoi;"of Mu k d '"rr ; ^.JPJ™*.*?**^* 1 e f.. mV ; 1 ?f Mr,. J, P. Tompkins of Burdelte vlsllcd here, her former home, ami l>l had as her ijuesls during Ihe wcek- -nvn- "> netroiU wlit-re,j.cr parents, Mr." ell(1 hcr d^ter. Dr. Ann Goetsch nnd Mrs. Bert Dongnti, now reside. ot st m^; w r s. Eli/abelh GoeLsch W. B. Taylor, son of Mr. and Mrs. of Chicago and Miss flcne Baln- Odlc Taylor, has returned home of- ton, also of SI. .Louis. Dr. Ooctsch tor receiving a discharge from the also visited her slslers, Mrs. George Army at Gump ChnfTce. A vttc-rnn Hale and Mrs. Hays Sullivan nnd Mrs. Nannie Lester, Holland, Mo. Jamus McCrary, Hayti, Mo. Mrs, J. E. Stilton, Kennclt, Mo. Memphis Baptist Hospital Admitted: Dolores Smothers, Leachvllle. J. S. Turrcntlne, Osceola. Memphis Si. Joseph Hospital Admitted: Mrs. David Hover, Holland, Mo. Mrniphkt Methodist Hospital Mrs. Sam Coble, osceola. Mrs. M. P. Nix, Steele, Mo. Meetings American Legion Auxiliary meeting tomorrow night, 7:30 o'clock, for regular business session, at The Hill. American Legion meeting at The Hut, it o'clock. AJ/ss Betty Jo Hinchey Wed to J. P. Bollard Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Hlnehey announce the marriage of their daughter, Miss Betty jo Hinchey. to J. P. Bullord. The wedding was solemnized Feb. 7 at the bride's home by the Hcv. Ix-roy Jones, pastor of Micola Baptist Church. The bride's attendants were Miss Virginia Christian and Miss Emma G. Malhls. The bridegroom Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Ballard of McCrary. Ark. Howard Franklin served him as best man. Head Courier New.s Want Ads. SKIN SUCCESS SOAP and OINTMENT of 39 months service, he was in the Aleutian Islands 20 months. This is the first time Mr. Taylor has been home since he Joined Vhe Army three years, three months ago. Miss Jessie Crawford left today y Bernard Gooch and > other relatives and friends before *«oing lo Las Vegas, Ncv., to be wllh Mrs. Phillips and his parents, IVlr. and Mrs. J. T. Phillips, \yho now live there. • Captain Phillips, who also visited his son; Tom Phillips Jr... in Grider, has Just returned to tlit suites from .Calcutta, .India, nfler serv- i'ng inpre than a year in the Chlna- Bmma-Indla Theater. He has now Joined Ihe regular nrmy, after serving In UIL- Army Air Coi;ps during Ihe war. ', He formerly WHS employed' 1 In Ihe advertising department of the Courier News Office. Coming Events Lefehton graduated from High .School in Memphis. He is em- ploye<f by the Raymond, Concrete I'ilo Company there. / . , ,••,,'; OutVof-town guests were ths -bridegroom's mother; Mrs. Jo Ann ' I^iKlilon Wliltworth.,and .(iaiightfr, I Jan Whitworth, and Frank Heinz, - , , . , all of Memphis. ' .• - v . Mrs. Coleman Slovens hostess lo . . . ,.- - I La Nucve Club. i, KT ,, I- Mrs. W. C. HlBgiiison hostess to Have !NeW Home Tuesday Bridge Club. , - , . .,,.,, , I Double G Club will be enls-r- Mr., nii'd Mrs. W. C. Gales'were tained by Mrs. Robert Porter, dinner guesls of Mr. and Mrs. J. W-1 WEDNESDAY Bndei* last night in -Ihclf" new hoivie ' at Cijruthci-sville, Mo. on her return lo Daylon, where [ >h:j Is employed by the Civil Service ut Wriglil Field, she will leave for Illcknin Field, Honolulu, where she has been tnuislerred. Mr. and Mrs. n. B. Akin ol Yarbro spent yesterday in Dell as guests of Mi. and Mrs. H. Ft. Crawford and family. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Isaacs ami families. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Moore of Tupelo, MKs., and Mr. and Mrs. Melton Davis of noswell, N. Mcx.. spent the weekend here with Mr. and Mrs. ^'hosier Naber.s; Mr. and Mrs. John Moore and Mr. and Mrs. George Moore, Lieut. Cotunidr. Thelma E. Morris. Nurse Corp., USN, and nephew Harvey Lynn Morris, .soil of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Morris, spent the weekend here with Ihe Morris family. Commander Morris, Mr. Mommls' slsler, has been stationed at a Naval Hospital in Oakland, Calif., and is en route lo a new assignment on Die Ecst Coast. Singers of Osceola! Do/ton C. Fowlston Voice Teacher of lilytheville Formerly of Nrw YoiU will be at the Osceola High School Wednesday Morning, April 3 To Arrange Classes In Voice. COMIC! Ruby Jewell Lambert Bride of H. D. Utiles Miss Ruby Jewell I.amberl, daughter of Mr., and Mrs, Charles Lamberl of Mahlia, 'b'e'came : the bride March 22 of H. p. lihle.V son of Mr. and Mrs, E. O. Uliles. The wedding was solemnized at the home of the Kev. F. M. Sweet, who officiated. The bride wore a 'dress of ' novy sheer crepe with matching accessories. Her flowers were a shoulder corsage of .sweetheart Yos'i.'S. Her alt'endanl.s were Miss! Ruby Rlgys of Mhnlln and Miss Betty Grooms of Leachvllie. ' Gene imies seVve'd "its' best''mnn: .The young couple will make the! home In Leachvllle. vine trinivy Baders, yiho Jlved,in^lyU)c~ "- ave»"ptrcj5ia>-»d ' . the uillinnn residence ni 90\ ton, Ave.; lo where they have movrd from .their plnnlation at Biulerville. Mo. , Mr. Batjtr^ra but ihe?~w'fli - Car\ilhersville. ' . ' j Nab^vs Honor GuesS: Mr! and Mrs.pliester Ncijicrs were host nnd hostes's with a'b'urfet supper last night' honoring: their weekend "guests, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Moor* of Tupelo, .Miss,. and Miv'and Mrs. s Melton Davis of Roswell. N Mex.' :- . * ,-.. .}•: ••»> .:.' - Th^ Nabers "hoiiie, 102d '•Walnut . was^decorated with Spring (lowers "The 25. guests were relatives and inlinrate 'frlends"6f 'the family. Smiths - Have "DaiigHter • Dr*. and.Mrs. F. Don Smith ar, pareHts of a daughter, born Tliurpday ;hlg>it it? Skaller's Clinic Thp baby fiasJbe'en named" Donna ISeck for her father and mother. .Ihe former Miss ' tfargare Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi meeting at the home of. Miss Eva'.GeorRe; in L,uxora,.B^p.m. '^IrsrJ ,Cleo LaimsloiiH/'eiilertalns Town and Country Bridge; Club. Wcdiicsdsiy Bridge Club meetins; with Mrs! VV. H. Mlnyurd. Ladies' THURSDAY 'Bible Class 'of ' First Methodist Church meeting nl tlie church, 7:30 o'clock, for business KR.s.sion and pol-luck supper. - Alp'hii. Betu' Bunco Club meeting with Mrs. Herman' Turner. Mrs. Everett B. Gee hosiers •Thursday Oluli. Mrs. Henry Humphreys hosless lo Thursday Contracl CUib. Mid-Week Bridge Chili meeting with Mrs. M. O. Usrey. Mrs. C. P. Tucker enlerlains Iht Oclctte Club. Mrs. H. : C. Bliinkenshlp hostess t< GNB Club. FRIDAY Friday Rook Club meeting will Mrs. Cornelius Scherer. Mrs. Bonnie Shatluy hostess t( Initial Ciub at the home ot Mrs Herman May. odlst church meeting nt the church ods Church ineetliig at the church Twin Daughters Born To Mr., Mrs. Boltinger Mr. and Mrs. Rheulin Holhnger f Manila are i>ari;nts of twin aitghters born March 20.' at Raton's .Clinic. . ...... They have .bceii' naiiu-d Rnbii i^'Oii an<l Nadu Sharon. . , -Mickey' Gels In VFW DENVER (U.P.J.—"Mickey," u German police cloy who saw action on several pacific fronts with the Joust Guard, claims the dislinc- lon pf lielng a member of Ihe Vcturnns of Foreign Wars.-Although Denver VFW officials co'utdn'l find a lioiiiiolc [o allow "Mickey" full status in Ihe ovganly.fitlon, htV was made official mascot of Rny Junior Uranaman Post No, [1071: -' Keck. • Donna Keck has n four-year old sisler, Susan Margaret Smill Where Your Flowers Are — You Are! One call. to us will arrange to have your rerrie'mbrahces sent, not just once, but month'after month. Ask' about this plan. .^^rjj. S^rrtee _______ . r»ul*l - , Mr». J. M. (MM) We DeHrcr Anjwbera Nd«. (laughter. Mrs. John W. Thomas. hn;l as their guesls durlni; the weekend, A. U. Thorn and daughter, Mi.ss June Thorn, nnd Miss Frances Grant Loritig, all of Memphis. Tom Little, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom A. Little, has gone to Tuscn- loosa. Ala., where he Is the guest of his sister, Mrs. J. K. Francis, and Mr. Francis. Mrs. S B. Wllford has gone to Mayflcld, Ky., for a' month's rest. She Is with relatives. Accompanying the Rev. S. B. Wilford back here after he motored Mrs. Wilford to Mayfleld was his mother, Mrs. C. A. Wllford, who will remain here for several wuuks, Mr. and Mrs, Theodore Logan, Mrs. Oils-Shepherd and Mrs. John Durham aU.ctuU.-d the funeral yesterday of Mrs. Anna M. Dtmklin in Haytl. Mo. ..Mrs. .W. A.. Black.,wilt leave to^ morrow for Vicksburg, Miss., .after spending Ihe past Iwo weeks here with her son, F^ E. Black, ami family. Mr. and Mrs. Black will accompany her to Memphis. Dave Spencer of Forrest City spent the weekend in Dlythev'lllc and Holland. Mp. Formerly employed at Aclon prinliug company, ho now Is foreman of a composing room of a Forrest City newspaper F. L. Kn^ler of Memphis, who formerly lived herej s|>ent the weekend'-Iii the city witfr friends. J. Albert Evulcrliiv of Memphis has arrived, in Blylheville lo make his home. He Is to bs connected with the loriner Actoti Printing Company, pnrt.'hase(i by Samuel F Morris, a.s manager of tile printing department. Mrs. Enderlin will join l.lm wilhin n few diiys. They are temporarily at the home of Mr and Mrs.. Novvls, Dr. nnd Mrs. W. F. Brewer are \indt-ri*olng routine Ircatment at Harvey Lynn Is a student at Hendrlx College. Conway. They came especially to see the son born Wednesday to Mr. and Mrs. John W. Mister, The grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Morris, lie has been named John William Jr. NOTICE April 1 my denial oft ice- will he cloned on Wednesday afU-nuMni.s until fnrUK'r notice. Dr. W. F. Brewer At The Hospital* Blylhdville Hospital Admitted: , Mrs. J. L. Llnsey, city. Billy Steel. Luxora. David Lee Williams, Dell. Mrs. Marvin Estep, city. Mrs. Ivan Fannin, city. Born to Mr. and Mrs. James Eubanks, city. son Saturday. Born to Mr. and Mrs. James Perciful, city u daughter last, night. Dismissed: Mrs. E. R. R-ousli, city. Jinimle Sanders, city. Sue Wrot*2j, city. ;Mrs, W. C. Buchanan, city. -"Mrs. VV. F. Glfforil, Slei'lP. Mo. rMrs. Frank Gruer and buby. city. Walls Huspital Admitted: JVIrs. W. F. Brewer, city. Dr. W. F. Brewer, city. Sirs. E. E. Hawkins, Steelc. Mo. Martha May Powell, Cnrnllicrs- ville. Mo. E. H. .Priiltt, Dell. Don't Forget! TUESDAY, April 2 Is City Election Day Cost Your Vote for HOWARD MOORE for City Attorney rs. Srank Ciiudlc, city. ..Irs. N. W. "Wright, city. Mrs. Troy Lee Graluiin. city. jumcsi Taukersley, city. •Airs. T. C. Hatcher, cily. •Mrs. Olami Grady, Hayli, Mo. • NOTICE! Our store will be CLOSED Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, April 1, 2 and 3 to enable us to attend the St. Louis shoe market so that we may speed up Deliveries on our pending -shoe orders. We'll be Open Thursday Morning Watch the Courier News for an important announcement on Your New Shoes for Easter. A Spring Hat is a Tonic for Miliiily! A New Lamp. A gaily colored Vase — Coffee Table AccosKovies — Figurines or .some rare Aiititiues will K' vu a real lift (o your honifi. ll's Sjnurl lo SIiojl at The Gift Shop MOlltittN — ANTIQUE* Moss Bryan 103 E. Main Phone 2254 Phone 2741 Ritz Theatre Building to PATRONS of ACTON PRINTING CO, Contiuoous Show* Daj Box Office Opens l:4t Show Starts 2:9ti LISTEN TO KLCN * «-«L 1Z:*5 p.m. «:S» » Last 'I'inie Today Yolanda an ; d the Thief with Fi-eil Astuire V, ' amV Lucille Ball ' Pariiiununl News mill Selected Short CoiiUhumis Showitigr KveryJay Tucsihiy a«(! Wednesday HEW CIRCUITS BV THE THOUSHHD • A new coast-to-coast "coaxial" cable now licing lairl underground across the Southern route, in addition to providing new paths for radio broadcasts and television, will carry more long distance calls than the four other transcontinental telephone lines put together. It will have a capacity of 1,920 circuits. This cable is part of the Bell System ixjstwar construction program which aims at achieving prewar speed of long distance service. The cable train is now in llic vicinity of Dallas, Texas. The Shreveport- Hallas section of Hie cable will l>e placed ill service thts siiniuier. SOUTHWESTERN BEll TELEPHONE COMPANY I have purchased, the job -printing and office supply business, including all outstanding accounts, of-Acton Printing Company, from the recent owner, Mrs. Myrtle II. Acton, and effective (oilay this establishment wilt lie operated under my personal supervision. I ho|M! within a short time to be able to call on each of our customers, and in the meantime I want lo assure you that all orders sent to us will be handled promptly and correctly. All employes of the company will continue (o serve you, and in addition, Mr. J. Albert Enderlin of Memphis, an expert, printer of many years expei*t'ncc who will be associated win, , m > ,„ the business, will join the staff. I will resign my position as editor of the Courier N.ews as soon as it is practical for me to I urn my duties over to my successor, and will devote my entire time to the business of job printing and office o»it : fitting. YOVR CONTINUED PATKONAUE WI1.I. HE API'IIECIATED SAMUEL F. MORRIS Selected Short Subjects CnnliTiuous Showing Everyday M&tlnets Sat. tt Bun. Onrj Box Orflce Opens 6:3t; Show SUrU 6:45 F. M. Each Eventaf Opens Sunday 1:M; Start* 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. and Ban. Bargain Night Every Nliht Except Saturday. N» p*n« honored on Hie Koiy. Successor to Aolon IM'inting Co. Telephone 2513 122 North Second St. I.asl Time Today Broadway Rhythm with Gcorpc Murphy and • Oinny Sinims Fnx News and Selected Short Tuesday & Wednesday IKHIBI.K FKATURK FfiANCioi mi m mm MAN CUBIIS My Name Is Julia Ross ivilh Ninn Focli and

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