The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 7, 1943 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, April 7, 1943
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BLYTHEV1LLE, (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7, 1943 Miss Jean Overkm Engaged To Wed Ernest 0. Salners Mr. and ' Mrs. William Robert Overfoh of Roseland announce the engagement and approaching nmr- ihi;e of theiv daughter, Miss Jc<") Cslheiine Overtoil, (o Ernest O. Salners of CoiiwayV formerly of Chicosb.' .' . . The wedding will; be solemnized Sunday, May 16, at .the home of the bride-Meet's parents in Rose-' land.- The Rev. liimar Pluuket of Hording. College, Searcy, will rend the. service. ', : Miss Overtoil was graduated from the" Dell High'School mid later at- teritfed Frced-Hnrdeinan College, Henderson, Tenn,, Avkalisas State College, Joncsloi-0, fmii Harding College, Senrcy. She now teaches cownercla)' work in DM) High Scliiol. i Mr. Shiners was -graduated from La'iie Tech'High School in Chicago pud received his -B,S. degree from Harding College, .Seiacy. U!e is now employed 'as a chemist in tlie Mnrslie Ordnance plant near Con- vfay, •,where they will'make their home. ','..'• ' - ' ' Date Of Wedding Set For May 16 Miss Jean Cnllierine Overton, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. wlllliim Robert, Overtoil of Hoselantl, who will he- come the bride of Ernest o. Salners of conway In a wedding at the Overtoil hoine Mny 1(1. Miss Mary Sue Gee To Wee!' j • ' f-t i<n • t • """"" *>»«>«>» *m.j James C. ElklllS III mile' Chapter N of p. E. O. Sisterhood ' J Itlflt Itlcl nltlll* frt,. nilvll. ,'h..,,ln.. I'. F. O. CHAPTER N HOLDS MKKTlNCi met IfLsl monthly tiaU will CHAPTER HEARS STATE PRESIDENT • .Members of.Zeta Chapter of Delta Knppii .Gaiiinm Soclely met tut rcpilnr qunrtfrly session nnd luncheon at Hotel Noble, 'Saturday. , jThe state president, Mrs. Claire TV While of tittle Rock, who was 11* chief'si»aker,'took for her sub-1 .left, "B's In our. Bonnet". Other I ££~ •£'£, out-of-town members who attended ,,\ nml \ „»•« \vere Miss Lillian Barton iimUMJss '' } tle Louise Helen Vaughn of joncsboro; Mjss Christine, Polnde'xtcr of Marked Tree;*; Mrs. C. Ii. Moore, Mrs. J. Gee. The nup pei'formcit early, In Miss Gee was (jradualcd ' "' '"" from . ' S.»'McCants, Miss Rose Auespcrg, M!;s Ruby Kceriej i> and Miss Clnra " ' 6f : Osceola." iirs. Lucten Coleinnn of Blylhc- ville and Miss Louise Helen Vaughn of^JmiEstero became mcnlbers of Istn Cliajjler.nt. thk meeting. ',.: )..••.'• • IAKE STREET CHURCH V^OMEN MEET JVoman's Society of Christian Ser- yi«e,-Lakc Street Methodist Church, gitthered \Eonday afternoon at cljvjrch for theli regular business mejelmg Tliere ^ere 15 picsent nnd one neiv • niefiiber; Mrs. Glasscock. •Mrs George Shanks tavc diiotlonnl and rend a j»e:n knev\ Something oood About fMrs. Bales Sturdy gave a report, on the missionary conference slfe attended In Little Rock -Mrs Allen Cole led in prayer, afjer winch Ihe president Mrs w. LfjGreen presided over the busi- rwss session' when reports \. ! ere filed. The group-was dismiscd with ajprajer by Airs Green Field. " , nW " Army Caiendar {'• THURSDAY'S. -EVENTS Mid Week Bridge Club meeting Ta'tli Mrs. H. H. Hoiichins. Mrs A G Little entertaining Thursday Luncheon Club. Jlriple Table Club meeting with Mrs W B Nally Mrs Graham Sudbury will entering Club Eight Mrs Henry Humphreys entertaining- Thursday Contract Club Double Four Club meeting with Mrs A E Henry . Mr, Elkin.5 was graduated from North Heights .Vocational Htp,h School, Texarknna, and now Is employed ns chief clerk bf Subdcjxjt EiiBincerlng, Blythcvilie Army Air Held. * * • WESMTAN GtJlIiD MEETS AT CIIUKOII Miss Mary Hubler and Mrs. Herman Hlmcr were hostesses for the U'eslcyan Guild when they met Thursday evening at First Methodist church, The devotional was given by Miss Hubler nnd the to|)lo for discussion led by Mrs. Fred Hnnna wns "Religious Training nnd Development tn Latin American Countries," * * •. SUNDAY SCHOOL CLASS HOU>S SOCIAL MEETING . Mrs. Noble MdDuUough's Sunday School Clnss of First Nnznrcne church, held n social at the home of Mrs. G. W. Smith last night. There were 50 present. Large floor baskets of white gladioli and yellow jonquils decorated the entertaining room's, where games were played. Miss Juaulln Etwns mid Miss Virginia Smith were junior hostesses.' For refreshments cakc>am- brosia nnd cold drinks were served. * * t SlftS. JESSE TAVI.OIt ENTERTAINS CLUi! All members were present when Mrs, Jesse Taylor entertained the Tuesday Bridge Chib lit her home yesterday afternoon. The rooms where the guests were entertained were decorated with Spring flow- Immliige room. A social hour was held at Ihe conclusion of Ihe business session, 4 » • .400 CLUB GUESTS OF MRS. JKRRY JIKAKN Mrs. jerry lienrn cntcrlained members of the 400 Club and one guest, .Mrs. El wood Scott, ycstcr- dny nl her.home. UlEh score was awarded Mrs. Joe McClnre with second high lo Mrs. Harry Bites. A condiment plntc nml cold drinks was served at the conclli- slon of the games. ': OOUni.E K CLUB OUKSTS OK MISS 11SRKY Five giiesls enjoyed bridge games with the Double K. Club, when they met last night with Miss Mary Spain t/sroy al her home. the guests wcrs, Miss Mildred Lou Hilbbnrd, Miss Nancy Klrsii- her, Mrs. Roy Harper, Mrs. Joe Bensley nnd Mrs. Thad Nicol. Mrs. Snnford Boone wns award- oil the high score prize, Miss Virginia Little,- second high and Mrs. Harper, • guest pri/e, Spring tlowers were used throughout the entertaining rooms. For refreshments tlie hostess served a sandwich plale and cold drinks. MISSIONARY UNION HOLDS MKETINO Woman's Missionary Union of First Bnptisl church met for their regular business meeting at Jhc church Monday afternoon, preceded by the executive board meeting at 1:30 o'clock. 'Hie watchword and hymn of the year were used in opening Hie meeting, presided over by Mrs, Charles Ray Newcomb. president. Prayer was offered by Mrs. s. M. Hood after which' reports were filed. Thy devotional wiis given by 'Mrs. M. C. Outlaw. Mrs. Ji. G. Cnsli nnd Mrs. Alvin Huffman closed the meeting with prayers. otic (jucsl, Mrs. C. S. Dowdy. In Ihc brldijc panics lilgh s was nu'nrilcd (o Mrs. Ktl Cook and second lileli to Nfr.s. Guy Rodgcrs Tlic liosteM served a salad plnle for refreshments. Bits of News Mostly Penonal Mrs. 1!. L, WinlJiiru of Arkadcl- nhln, Ark., arrived today for a visit will) liw d.TOghlfjr, Mrs, Funnel' Unglaml and Mr. England, she wns ac-companled by another daughter, Vnn Wright and children, Jennie nnd Nick. They will Slay until Sunday. I'vt. Charles Morehead returned to Tent City, Fia., Monday nfter an over night visit with friends here. Private Morehead was called to Conwny, Ark., because of the death of his father, the Rev. RU- fiis C. Morehead. Sergt. James Kdivjirds, who is here on 10-day leave from his dutle.s nt Hiicklcy Field, Colo., ami J. T. Sudbury were In. Okolona, Miss., Sunday for tlie wedding or Miss Alva Tale Rowa nand Second Lieut. Jnmes C, Guard. Mrs. C. E. niackwcll hns returned from Kort Oglethorpe, On., where she visited her daughter, Attx. Rebecca 131ncl:well, who is training there with the WAACs. She was joined in Memphis by another Mrs. j. B. Norwood who accompanied her there. Mrs. W; P, Orr Is in Dr. Hill's clinic In Memphis for 10 dys, where she will undergo treatment. Mrs. L. L. Ward left yesterday for For I Euslis, Va., where she will visit her son, Lloyd who Is -stationed there in the aiilt-nlrcrafb division of the artillery, she. was accompanied by Mrs. J. C. ISIlis who will visit her (,-lsler in Frecl- rlcksburg, Vu. Mrs. D. II. Bradford of Heller Springs, Ark., is spending several days here with her daughter, Airs. Hosco Craflon and family. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Johnson spent today in Memphis. Miss Francos Adams left yesterday for Laredo, Texas to be with her sister, Mrs. Bert Ross Jr.. who underwent an operation there Monday. Bobby Wnklen, seatmm second class, will leave for his post in' San Diego, €nlif., today. Enrotite lie will stop in Memphis Undent to visit his sister, Mrs. Duff Gailh- Dress- .Revivers Wallace Presented Valuable Bookends I^A 1'AZ, Jlollvlti, April 7 (UP) —Vice President Wallace has been presented with a pair of book-ends made of two pounds of (jold and two pounds of silver by La j'ax businessmen. Tlie bookenos arc valued at $2500. Wallace said lie was unable lo accept st personal gift so valuable bul he finally agreed lo accept it In the name of the Smithsonian institution of Washington, There the bookends will bo used to complement a valuable collce- HOH of Holiviau books. DiiVlne Hie day Wallace received numerous idelpgntfom at the United Stales Embassy, including vel- I teratis of the Oiaco War, They brought him greetings for American soldiers wounded in Africa and the Pacific. from mi interstate Commerce Commission hearing hi Washington, that we IJHVO won our fight— (here is no doubt about it. He says that tile South demonstrated at Hie hearing that It Is bu(. riilhcr simple equality wl other sections so (hat Southern 1 clustiy will no longer be hnndlca ]>ed. Most fixed opinions still c fixing. • A SMART trick for brightening "• up your last year's dress and simple basic-shape, is a set of Imrinonizing jewelry like that pie- lured above. Designed by Coro, of opiilcsccnt,.,, priority plastic studded with glass stones', it consists of- (lower pin at the throat,' llower-cenlci- earrings and bullcr- Ilies., perched atop the beret. Jaunty Miss Beatrice Pescia Weds J. H. Teaford At Osceola tKraoi.-A. Ark., April 7 — Announce has been made here of the mnrrlnijr.' nf Miss Beatrice 1'escia, daughter of Mrs. Lee Pescia or Oglcthorpe, Ga., and the late Lee Pescia of 31 stonewall place, Memphis, to J. E. Teaford of Osceola. The marriage was solemnized Sunday, April 4, An informal reception was held at the home of the bridegroom's parents Sunday afternoon. After a short trip to St. Louis the couple will be at home in Osccola. Latulis .Believes Enemy Air 'Raids On U.S. Possible Says Freight Kates Will lie Equalized ATLANTA, April 7 (U.f'.l-Chair- inan .Walter McDonald of the Georgia Public Service Commission feels sure Iliat the South lias won its fight, for freight rates on :t parity with other sections of the country. McDonald declares, on his return Amazing results in building SrumBoDiEs! WASHINGTON. April 7 (UP.) — Civilian Defense Director Lanrtis wimls American war plants lo be prepared for enemy air raids. He says "it is well within the capabilities of the enemy to tomb American Industrial planis.' 1 Liuiclis proposes joint-labor management committees lo arrange protection of war (limits against riiids, saliotn«5, fires and accidents. He suggests that these committees could lie created within the recently-established OCD Industrial Promofetheflowof [ digestive jul( re stomach er and Mr. Oallhcr. Mr. and Mrs. 1C. O. Bctzlcr have lelnrned from ii vLsit in Kansas:Council. City, St. Louis, Mobsrly, Mo., and; Induslrinl fires in 1942. says Joiner and Tyronzn, Ark. ' iiLfiudis, caused more than a billion 1'vl. 13. <P. Gay, stationed at a'yiollius in losses. And Industrial ac- Waco, Texas, flying school; iindcr-'jciileuls cost more th"" c """"" — : went an appendectomy Wednesday, j hours of production. His condition Is very good. Mrs. Louis Clraber and son, Stanley, of Corning, Ark., wns visiting her sister, Mrs. Siugbcrt Jledtl and Mr, Jietlel or several days. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Leech went, lo Chicago today for a weeks visit. At The Hospitals dnv joh > r »>»en to put out i" ™ fcrD ^"'"8 it back in Ills with In the bridge Raines, hj[!h scnrf! ftv • -•,...-, ,^,,.... Admllln/l was awarded,, t™ '• "IT," ,""' " s IV'-fi- .:-*---•.-. ^rown 'says '"we're- A ',>' , t i' • "''" nipiiii" i , lon Mcnusc llm tryine t o mold clnnnrtons un R- ^ bmmsc __ be. schools arc largeJtow^lteauB. We're helping ,„ ^ ln n w[ ,,,',, *VUI Rlylhcvllle Bui, all this suffering brought the fans bacl day after daj They told their friends : and brought, their families. Thus Dodger fans were born and so they remain 'til death. BROOKLYN MOVIE BEAR, MOUNTAIN, N Y.—Mct- M?,,7.. C ;? 1<lwyi1 ' Ma y er 'b filming Wlutslmg in Brooklyn," starring Red Skelton, at the Brooklyn Dodgers' camp here and Bbbcts Field, Open 1:00 pjn. Show Slarls 7:30 p.m. Aim. Alwijs lie and Mo TUESDAY PAL NITE Z Ucketj for 2So 'Sing For Your Suppe r With Jinx Falkcnbcrg i Buddy i(ogm Sekclcd Shorts Wednesday & Thursday •Blossoms In The Dust' (In Technicolor} - *ith filter Pidgton & Buddy Roger * • Paramount News Comedy ^^^-- • ii.-.^.AVU-.,....v.-v.t '-^y^^TMB^jfciaMp^l.,^^^ I * PRINCE ALBERT THE NATIONAL JOY SMOKE WE ARE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THAT Mr. C. K. COLLINS Who has been in the clothing business here in BIytheviJIe (or a number of years, is now a member of our organization, and will be nappy to have his friends call. Home of Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothes b. jairnriley, city. Studdnrds, city Walls Hospilal Maxwell, nt. 1. . Crawford. Rt 1. B. Craft. Stc'cle, Mo. : -irtrcw Jenkins and l)Khy, ( ). ' E. McCormlck,_M:inila. ' ihis Biiptist HnspUal ' . Ornbcr, clly. Protection Council. Dolh labor nud V° UNG People, especially those of inmiHgcrmtit groups belong lo the grammar nnd high school age, arc prone to be deficient in stomach di- gcslive juices and red-blood. , A urowlne-person who Is opcratlncr on n 65 to 1070 iicnlthy blootl volume or a stomnch digestive capacity of only 50 .to CO^.porinnl Is severely handicapped In such cnscs Nature needs eslrn help. Organic trouljlcs of focal Infection, if Ihcy exist, must be corrected. Tissue foods must be digested anct rich, rcil-blootl must lie present to build sturtly bodies. SSS Tonic Is especially designed to huUd'iip blootJ strength when deficient; ... and to promote those stomach Juices which digest Hie food so the body can make proper use of It In tissue bulUUug and repair. These two important results ennbln tlie, body to mnke use of the food as Nature Intended. Thus you may gain n keen nppctUe . . . firm flesh . . . body energy . . . mental alertness! Build Sturdy Health so that the Doctors may better serve our Fighting Forces Thousands anct thousands of users have testified to the benefits SSS Tonic lias brought to them and scientific research shows thai It-gets results—that's why so niftny say "SSS ToTilcbuHdssturdy health —makes you feel llk« yourself ngaln." Afc drugs tores In 10 and 20 oz.slzcs,©S.S.S.Co. S.S.S.TONIC helps build STURDY HfA LTH •' lie inlwr shortage in Porl- J 'mc(cr!e,'; hns Iiccome n tunlion. i;)|)i>rl,in( jlnnounr«neiit ! Concerning ) RATIONIN'tt ! jli it is unlikely that the , overnmenl program of rn- 5 will menu nctunl Imnger i nt home—it may mean mnny will suiter from a t'-HiV DEFICIENCY cniLwd onlnnced in c n 1 s — unless diet Is slippleincntrcl with limited vitixmins. u will slop nl our sloro, we lie hnppy lo recointnend the : ilns which will balance your requirements. Wood's Drug Store 1HA-TIIKV1IJ,K, ARK. fcOXY in N'lglU Every Night Except Saturday, llox OITIcc O|wns R:45 Show Starts 7:00 llnnnti. Shows Sat. nntf Sun i Last Time Today feat 'Em Rough ilh I'cse.v Morati arid Kdiljc Albert Selected Shorts Thursday and Friday Paris Calling ivllb Ellnbrlli Hcrenrr *,,.i Randolph Scotl. Sclccttd Shorls Halion ttook .TittciF LOS ANGELES, Cnl. (U.P.)—The nation iloitn! here fears it. may have to institute rnlionlut' restrictions on ration hooks for Earl M. Jlnrvcy. H: losl ills ration book No. 1 and while he was at llie Rntton- ing Hoard's room nirangtug lo get i new onp, lie lost Ills ration book Nn. 2. CJARI) 01-' THANKS .We offer our deepest gratitude to the doctors and nurses, especially Miss Hisiil)); nml to eaeli one who sent cards and flowers during the illness of our loved one. We also appreciate the beautiful floral offerings nnd the kindness or everyone who has shared our i-Ief. S. L. Smothcnnan & family. NOTICE—FOOT SWFKUERS Now at Hotel Golf. See the latest, most hioclcrn method from Lyle's Fool Balance Service, Memphis. Corns, callouses, bunions, arch trouble. Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday only. 4-5-pk-8 •——«»««^^^»WB«» I 117 Continuous Showi Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 9:00 a.m. I2t4 3 p . m . 4.30 pjn _ Last Time Today My Heart Belongs to Daddy with Klchanl Carlson and Slartha O'Driscoll Selected Shorls Thursday and Friday COMMANDOS ATDWN. SUWRO":!"" P*KL • MUN! • IFSKR COWM I'araniount News A Short Subjwls YOU GIRLS WHO SUFFER Distress From . PERIODIC FEMAU WUKNESS Which Makes You Cranky, Nervous— Tnko heed If yon, liko so many women nml Klrls, have all or any one of those symptoms: Do you on Mich uyy.i suitor cramps, he.iilaclies back- MhP.wcnk, nervous feelings,distress of "IrrcGUInrlilFs". periods of llic imios—duo to functional monthly disturbances? Then start at oner-try Lytlla E. PJnklmm's Vegetable Comiioinul— the best known juccilclno you can buy Mint'sniiuterjjjrctallj//or iGOmril I'liikliiim'H Compound is fnnianB not only to relieve monthly pain nut also accompanying \\-»>ai; nor- vous feelings of tills nature Tills Is because u! its EoolljliiB effect on ONE or vioms's MOST IMPORTANT nROANS.Taken regularly—Plnklmm's cotnpoutul helps butlil up resistance »g'ilHsl sued symptoms. Thousands upon thousajuls ofj-vomen hnvt> repotted benefit. Lyclln Wuklmm's Compound ts also a fiiu- -stomachic tonic! Get a bottle rl^ht av/ay from your drtm- Ulst. Follow lal;el directions. KROEHLER FURNITURE Clii.-i<;,i-A new fimiitnrfslylo for l l >!.'i with form-filling comfort, an roiirfiiirncrs .1111! unusual tailoring was announced here recently. Knrli |iirc« is sriciiliiJKilly ronsiriirlcd in ilinjcat and Iwck lo «ivr Miiixiiinii,, relaxingcoiiirnM. Knlirics nre«-]cclcd from a niilc assorlinriil incluiliii» uovclly vravc.lapcflrice, friezes ami vclvt-ls. If you want Iho newest thing in furniture fashion . . . buy (his gorgeous suite. Us style and grace will streamline your homo and bo the envy of your friends. Form-Kit seats and backs that give'complete .support" to your body. Choice covering fabrics. See (his isiul olhcr Krochlcr I'oslnrc Form Suites Ask for Prices Chas. S. Lemons Home Furnishings Moderately Priced KROEHLER CHAIR KIIOK (he ronifoi-t of old fusFiioiicd rocking plus tlic now sriprilific form-filling :i rotnbinalion tlial gives yon llie bigg,.., chair value ever ofTcrcil anywhere al any price Chas. S. Lemons 'Home Furnishings Moderately Priced'

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