The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 9, 1943 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 9, 1943
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. BLYTHEVILLE. '(ARK.)] COURIER NEWS 3. Se'rgt. Edwards Weds Sena Hufsmith ot Denver The, marriage of Miss Sena Hvf- sintth.j daughter of Mr. and Mrs rwd Hufsralth of Denver,' Colo, t« SWff Sergeant James J Edwards, so!) of Mr and Mrs W A Ed- \uuds, _was - solemnized Yest afternoon, 6 o'clock, «t the home of Mr and Mrs., Vance Henderson The Rev S B Wllford, pastor of First Melhodlst Church, read trie rites, Tlic Henderson home was decor- it'i thiougha'ut with floor vases 4»f whllo'snapdiagons v ' f The bride wore a black wool crepe suit »ith a 7, hits, blouse and while accessories Her corsage was o( white gardenias • , Mrs. • Henderson, sister of- the liildqpioom served as the bride's onl> attendant. Her "dress was of navy blue crepe, and her accassor- les were \\htte She wore a' corsage of pink cimelllas , , J T. Sudbury served Sergeant > Edwirds as best man ' Inimed!a(cl> following the ceremony an informil reception was held. Ilie dining table, covered with a lace cloth and collided with the i l( tliree ticiert wedding c.ilte, was pre- ^sicled over by Mrs Shields Edwards V-i The bride attended school In St r" Louis ind was graduated from school iiv Denver, Colo., where die has lived for Hie last several years Seigeant Edwards was graduated from Blylhevllle High School and Int'i attended University of Arkansas Fajetteville, where he was v pledged to Kappa Sigma fraternity Coraeiut Edwards is now stationed Buckley Field, Colo, and he and his bride plan lo make their homo /in Denver, When Sergeant Edvvards came home c cieral dajs ngo for a fur- lougli he was accompanied by hfe fiancee vtho'lias been guest of his paients Her first visit here, she and Sergeant Edwards were Informally en- tertained'by. many* of his relatives and friends In Blytheville, where lie was reared: They left today for Denver. * • » <• TWO GUESTSVATTEND llill'lf, TABLE CLUB Tlie friple Table club met with Mis W B Nally yesterday after- i oon wlitm Mis c E Henderson and Mrs Maiy Kelley of Hayll, Mo, were special guests Spring flowers decorated the rGomV'where the guests were entertained; ' , High score prUe was awarded Mis C E Henderson and second high to^lrs - Joe, Rainey The hostess served n salad plate and cold" drinks nl the conclusion of the games ' * * » MRS J. CAUDIU, GUEST ' AT CLUB & BKIDGfc PARTY. Club{Kfght.mel with Mrs Graham Suclbury jesterdny afternoon with Mrs John Caudill as the only piest In the bridge games high scoie •was awarded to Mrs Caudill and fcecond^hlgh Mrs Paul Jobe The-hostess sened a salad plate and c81d dilnks for refreshments Mrs ', Rupert Crafton will play in this* club for Mrs Ij fa Benlsh until her return ** * « • MRS. BARRETT HONORED WI<TH>r BIRTHDAY, AFFAIR Mrs "Walter Wood o'f Luxoro entertained the o R A Club >es- terday^afternoon in honor of Mrs D Garrett/s, ^irthdaj _ After•"luncfiean was servea the group played bingo with prizes going lo Mrs W J Paught. and Mrs W S Langdon The next meeting will be Tuesday Ma> ll with Mrs W J Kaught in honor of Mrs Langdon's bh-lhday. » » » TOWN AND COUNTRY CLUB HAS, WEEKLY BRIDGE PARTY Mrs Coniielus Modlnger enter- tamed-members of the Town anJ Country Club Wednesday afternoon at her home Mrs. J F Lent! was awarded the high -;corc prize and Mrs Caudill, the second high Light refresnments were •served hy the hostess.* • * MRS; 'HUMHHEYS HOSTESS TO BRIDGE .CLUB, GUESTS Thursday Contract Club met with Mrs Henry Humphrey 1 ! yesterday afternoon when Mrs Max B Reid and Ulrs J E Hasson were guests In the bridge games, high score was awarded Mrs. O. E. Keck-with second high" lo Mrs Edgar P Bo- luin j. Light refreshments with cold j drinks' were served at the conclU- jL sion oT the afternoon Informal Affairs Honor Mrs. JfcpeVHouse'Guest Mrs Tom Campbell, wlio lias been visiting her • daughter, Mrs. Walter Pope' arid Mr Pope, was guest of honor at several informal affalis before departing lodav for her home In'Little Rock Among* (Mse-was a coca-coin parly given by 'Mrs Pope Wednesday morning in hei honor Mrs Cecil Shane and Mrs J u Elklns entertained rour table-; of Biiests, Wednesday afldmoon with a desserAbridge , 1l\e enterutnlng rooms of the Shane home *er<« WaUllfullj. dec- oraled with gladipll eamatloiis «nd mixed bouquets of Spring flowers, " In Hie bridge/ games, high score was awarded. Mrs James Hill Jr., the guest of-honor was picsenled a gut and, cut prize was won by Mrs H L wylle When* Mrs. H Ji Houclilr* Had the Mld-Wcelc Club Thursday af- 1 icmootf she cnterlalncd three taWcs of, players Gueslt were, Mis Campbell, Mrs P E Black, Mis J H Elklns and Mrs Elton W Ktrby. BouqifeLs of mixed Spring flowers were used throughout the looms where (he guests, were sen Ml a three-course luncheon and played bridge ' High score was awarded Mrs. Cecil Shane, gucsl Prize was won ay Mrs Black anil the guest of honor was presented handkerchiefs. * • • Mis. Jesse-White Heads Sudbury School P. T. A. Tlie following officers weie olccl- :fl Wednesday afternoon when tlie Sudbury Parent-Teacher Association met for Its, regular monthly business meeting Mrs Jossc White president, Mrs B y Hajs vice president, Mrs Buford Younij, secretary, Mly, Doiothy Jennings treasurer, Mrs, P c Hotluoik, historian. Tlie fourth and fifth grades, spojisored by Miss Medrlth Hancock nnd Mrc B P rrj, planned the entertainment for t're afternoon Included In the selections given by the students was music by Helma and Olgn Johnston and a tap- dance by Shirley Bai ksclale. Honors for the most mothers present'went • 16 Mrs Hajs mid Mrs. ij. E. Bakers' rooms. Guests Attend Club Mrs A G Little entertained tlie Thursday club yesterday afternoon with Mrs Vance Noi fleet, Mn> J, E. Kendrick, Mrs. Paul T. Prciiss nnd IVfrs. Harry Klrby as guests. Peach blossoms decorated the :nterln(nlng rooms of, Hie'..ulimtii-' lion home with the two course luncheon served from the' dinning table which had for its centerpiece, a low bowl o( Ihe blossoms. In Ihe bildge games, defense stamps weie awarded Mr.s. Lltib for high score nnd Mrs. Klrliy received scc6ri(j\,.a\vard. *4 * * MRS.. ELDREDGE GUKSt AT.'FORTNIGHTliY CLUB Mrs. M. G...Gpudwln cnlerlaincd members of Fortnightly Club nnd one guest, Mis Hugh EUliedge, vestcrday afternoon lit her hoiiie. Tlie guests weie SMvtctl at two mall tables In tlie living room which was, dccointed with a variety of Spring flowers. Tiny bud vases of Spring blossoms, were, .centerpieces for Ihe small • tables where Ihe two course uncli was .served. During the afternoon Ihn guests cnitted for the Red Cross. ' t U was "old limes" V nst llic home of Miss Virginli, „„„• daughter of Mr. nnd MI-B 'I'lini i- Martin, when n group O f KMs nll[i ' >'OimB men, who have been rcar- I litre, BiillH'rcd for n dinner par- Adding spcclnl (o (lie occasion were two brides, newcomers, who wilh (heir soldier Im.s- bands were gucsl.s of honor.' Ucul.- JuiiH'.v Guard itn'j |,h •Ide. Miss Alia Tale Rowan or Okololia, Miss., before Hied- mar- rlnge Sundny n ( licr Mlssls.slii|)i Home, nnd 8. Eei-gt. James Edwards and his bride, Miss Scnn lliifsiiilth of Denver, Colo,, before Iholr marriage here yeslcidny nfici'iioon were (lie "reasons" for tlie 'gny.'nf- Thc Marlins' c-ouiilry. homo-imd )ccn i-rroctlvcly dctoi'iilcd .'wllh Ji'ldnl wreath wllli nn all - 'while sclicmo ascd at (he dlnlin; room able wllh Us centcrnlccii'of lliesc blossoms, flanked with glowing ipcrs. Small tables, used Tor dining, \ycre similarly decoraicci except for ho table nl wJilch the giic'sls (if lonor wcri! sciUed, A mlnlaluio nl- nr omphnslned the wcddlim' iliemc Tor their places. Tilt- IB yiiosLs fiiKiil Hie (.'veiling •Islllng, wllh Ihe guests'-of'honor iiiil riiiollier "lioine • town' 1 boy," icryt. Ollbei'l Hammock, now sla- lo'ncd lit La's Vegas, Ncv. .LK C.OVVLK 10 KK MAK1UEII SUNDAY Mrs. Alma Turner and Tom Edwards will be man-led Sunday night it the First Church of the Na/ar- Mie, following the weekly church service. The Ecv. Fletcher Spruce, pastor, will 'lii'i-fprm the rites. Social Calendar ' SATURDAY'S EVENTS Cptilllon Club will meet Saturday night for a 'kid" party at Legion- Hut. MAGIC use IpDUCO , *. PAT. orr. New boiuty for furoi- turc, walls, woodwork. £a*y to apply and keep { clean. £Antrr-To-c»i CNAMZL John Miles Miller Co. Distributor FEET-Knees-FEET WS are reluming to j-nuf cHjr^ u Hottl Gltncoe Fool and knee saOtren ut invlltd io se« tar ntw modem mtlhod for relief «t(,CORNS, BUNIONS, CAtlAMJSFS, POOR CIRCULATION AOT ARCH TROUBLE.' Althwjh our wofk Is dlflerenl from 'hgjTgBUr, chiropodist we we sane >ou will be dellchtrd wild Ihk most modern method Endorsed By Government Certificate jW«*» »•* recommend or sell show, medicine or surge ry. . Our nMetn melhvd ftta lo the cause and eliminates continued trq»t»eiite. N» chwrcs made for an inlenfew, and all Work Is rtMjnaHy prked. Shenld year knees or feet be giving you tr*ri>te, nafce H » print U see IB' r, Wedneday&Thorsday at Glencoe Hotel HLfS KNEE aid FOOT SERVICE . From Memphis' Miss Martin Honors Two Bridal Couples At The Hospitals \Valls IIos|iil;il Admitted— Mrs.' K. M. Uryan, city. (Mrs. Liuiii Loll, city. Born to Mr. nnd Mrs. Cirndy Ellis, city, ti son last night. Dismissed— Mrs. wade qiilnn, Osccola. Miss Martha Mulllns, Curuthei's- ville, Mo, Mr.s. E. I,. Perry, eily. Mrs. Luther Ford nnd Iraby, Holand, Mo. Blytheville lliisnllnl Admitted- Mrs. Myrtle Ijiwsou, Rl. n, QS- ceola. O. T. Wllllnghain. city. Dorn lo Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Young, m. I, city,'a daualiter last inldnlghl. Dismissed— l.eslci' I'ccplcs, Tl|. :i, cll.y.' nicni|ilits SI. .l«sc|iir.s Ildsniliil Admllted— Mrs. ISverctl I.ilUe, Cooler. Mo Mnniilii-i Hvsnlltil Adinlltecl— Mrs. .1. c,., Joiner. Miss Elean While, Ln.sova. Bits of News Mostly Personal Mrs. 'Max Held and son, Jcre spent today In Memphis, SrrBt. Gilbert D. Hammock, who Is; .slatioue,) at the Air Quniicry Seliqol nl l.a.s Vegas. Ncv,,.is hdni" on a in-day furlouBli, vislllng his- parents, Mr. and Mr.s. Ci. D. Hammock. Mrs. G. W. Dlllahunty, Mrs. Far- rls McC'.-illii and dnuelitcf, Jenny Wren, Mr.s. Ileiman Taylor riritl Mrs. Carter spent yesterday Th Memphis, Miss Mary faster Klminon*, has tone to her liumc, In Oxford; MLss lo convalesce from a recent Illness' Mrs. George A. Hamilton, 420 ist Davis, Is very ill because of an eye infecllon. Coi-|). John' H. Wilson, who Is stationed at Ciirnp fiowle, 'j'cxns k speiullnf. « ic-^y rill .| ollBl , ^ will. His piin-iiis, Mr. nnd Mrs truest Wilson. He will return Rliluiday | 0 his post,. Mrs. J. R Kldileson, llic fonne'r Miss Jaunlco Waljwlc, hns-|irrlv«l from la Joll:,, Calif., for several weeks visit with her r,, m ]|y, Mr »wl Mrs. Merman Walpole and •Mrs. C. li. Ktchie.son. Hei' hasbnjx) '. P. Etehli'son, Is stationed at Jamp Callnn, calif. Mrs. n. p. f .)ny will go' to Waco, icxaK tomorrow lo be with her nisbiind, Private Clay who underwent an appendectomy (here nlwtu 10 days ayo. Mrs. William II. Venn, lite former Mrs. Polly mick, O'Neal, and ilaujjhler, j'cegy Ann Venn., went lo Memphis today to spend a week' wllli Mrs. .Kntlicrlnc Venn Aviation Cadet William Venn is now •ilalloncd nl Maxwell Field Ala jvliere ho is taking his pro-Might Mrs. W. A. Fllppo of Tuvrell spdnt yeslci-dny afternoon vllh her cumin, Mrs. Waller Pope and family. Mrs. Meyer Grnber and son David ivill idtini tonight fi-o.n Memphis where David hns been midi'i-golng trcathienl at Baptist Hospital. Mr. uraber went down foe them. Ucul. and Mr.s. James' Guard who have been licrc visiting pr' ind Mrs. James Guard, will leave tomorrow for Cmnp . Grant. Rockford, in., where he Is stationed. Mrs. Guard's mother, MI-.S. YOIIII» I' Rowan came from Okolona, Miss° lo lie with (hem and (o .spend several days with tlie Guard family', iV'frs. R. Al. Bryan is resting well ai. Walls Hospital where she has been placed in lm oxygen tent Mrs. iiryiin W ho vvas .stricken with a heart nlt.nnk soveral weeks a»o was recovering nicely until yesterday. Mr.s. W. M,. Swilling of Blylhevill c St. Joseph ASR1R I N WOBIO'5 UflCESTSElliRM l«i LOW COST PROTECTION use BARN & ROOF PAINT A pure full-bmlied linseed oil painl that scal.s .surfaces against rust,, rot, and . decay. Spreads far. Tor farm buildings .ind roofs. Keeps iliem looking their IICM. Red, no\r. . . ....... GUARDS John Miles Miller Co. Distributor \ 12,'i W. Ash i>|,onc 2007 SATURDAY Is The Last Day To SAVE PRE-EASTER CLEARANCE of COATS and SUITS! ... Reductions on New Spring Merchandise thu I will A maze You! left, of (i'lid she mill fore loday nfler havmg Jiccn i guest her.daughter, Mrs; Jack Brooks 1 family,* for, 10 days. From here went lo Memphis for a vlsll may, return lo lllylhcville l>e- Bolni! home. s. Waiter Uosenlhal returned 1 from St.'touts where slie ha< ... bg'yliiif for New York Store. Mrs. Wntle Qiilnii of Osceoln ho uiKlcrw'cnl a minor operation several days ago at. Walls Hospital, IKCII. removed to the honfe oi mother, Mrs. J5, A. Fisher Her condition Ls very good Apprentice Scnm-in Wilbur Wnr- rcn. who lins completed iil.s boot Uniting at the Great Lnwcs' Naval liool, left nlglii to relurn Ijfforc receiving new orders - having been K»est of his parts, Mr. nnd 'Mrs. Foster Warren Is an airplane mechanic, Mrs. today ton ' who lie .,_. Ihpre lifter He Keeping Up With The Men In Service Blyllitvlllcy friends have heard of tlie pi-oftiotlon ot Kirk T, Mosley, former Mississippi county Health .miil director, to the riink of major: Major Mosley is now stationed In ihu durgcon general's offici> in Washington, D. c., where Mrs. Mosley and three children plan to join, him-shortly. A rapid promotion lu Ihe Nnvy lias been won by Wnlson li Stark 3C, husband of Mre. R c. Stnrk of Dell, who was advanced to the pelly officer rating of avintlon ordnnuci! man, third class upon 'srndualion from tlie service school .'I lliuj Naval Triilnlng StiUion Great I^kiis, ill. He mvalls n.ssign- meiil to. nn advnnccd service sclfool for further trnliilni; or lo active duty at sea or ashore. You have to pluck alioul 3.800 leathers when you pick a 25-potmd turkey. Nevada enacted a pension law for Its aged on Mnreli a, 192.1. '• FRIDAY; APRIL 9, 1943 Fdrev^ellito.U". Under a lingo Chinese banner Mine. Chinm; Kai-shek, makes' a (arcwcjl uddress lo America in tbn Hnllvwn'nrl bowl. 1 TOPS FOR YOUR HAIR Hiiinolh It, nil.l liiBl'rit —sttyln, nflli fraKrrtiit dr^sslin;—tinlyy-^ MmEXHAUSTIDN/^/s ./Headache Uon'tlot Jicadacho i!uuM« (hen &f rnin take CaiJiidine. U iiuickly lirJiii:^ relief, Eoolhoj ncrvca njise-t l>y the i-nin. It Is .„, " (Uiil— alrunilf <lis5o!vc<J— nil f/L :«!y to net—nil rruily lo 'ini; com Tor L TJso only aa tH- ' L|. JCe. 30c, COe. mmm/i// A BEST KNOWN MEDICINE made especially to relieve 'PERIODIC' FEMALE PAIN And Its Weak, Cranky, Nervous Feelings— Tnke hccil It son. like sn many women nncl Blrls, Imvc any or all or these Ejmptoms: Do you oti aucli . Uftya sillier crnmp.i.hrailactics Irack- acnc, wcftk, llcrrotis reclines distress o[ "Irrcgulftrltic5"_cluo to , Juuclltmnl monthly illsUlrbnnces? Ihcn stnrt «{ oiici:—try Lyillu E Plnfchnnn Venctiiblc Compound. Pliikliiini's Cniiiiiomitl Is EO Jicln- lul to relieve such distress bemuse, of Its BOUtlltnB clTect on our or WOMAN'S MOST IIIPORTANT OHn«NS Inteli rcBlilnrly lliruout the moutli j.—It licltnliitlhlti]) rests Innccnmlnst .aucli sjmiitoMis. .Thousands uimii Ihousfinds or women report benefits! Tlierc nrc'no harmrnl oplntes In PitiKlmm's Conipomul—H coiilnlns nature's own roues [mil herljs (fortl- llcd with Vltnmln U,). Also n line, slonwclilc tanlcl Tollaw label (11- icctigus. Worth J-ydla E. Pinkham's VEGETABLE COMPOUND , IN MEMORY III loving memory' of denr wife and mollier, who passed away one year ago today. Her absence has called loneliness io our hearts, Brought sadness Into our home. But God always does tilings well. We can not say and will not say, That slie Is dead—she is just away. With a fair smile, and a wave of Iiand, She has wandered into an unknown land. I'hliiklng of all (he sweet memories, we must say— . . She has gone for a sweet rest to .stay. Virginia Whatlcy, 9, daughter 'Max colcirmn W ha Hey 8, son V. II. Wiintlcy, liusbivnd. An fmjioilanf/ Announcement Concerning FOOD RAT I ON'I NO!; Although it is unlikely thai the new Government program of rationing vvlll mean actual hunger tor us at home—It may mean Hint many will siilfcr from a VITAMIN DEFICIENCY caused' by unbalanced mea Is — unless their diet Ls supplemented w-illi concentrated vitamins. If you will stop jit our store, we will be happy to recommend the vitamins which ivlll b.Uinceyoiir daily requirements. Wood's Drug Store AUK. Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KI.CN 9:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4;30 p.m. I,:ist Time Today Commandos Strike at Dawn with PAH! Mimi and ,\min I.ce 'aramnunl News & Short Subjects Saturiiay Behind the 8 Sail vyilh Ibc Kilx Bros, anrl Carol HrNcc. .Serial, "Perils (if Nyoka" 1 & .'Short' C'oiilinuniis Sliovving Sat. 1 (o 11:30 Sunday & Monday 8 Married a Witch will! I'reiJiin -March and .Veronica ... : . i.tiltc. J'iirnmoiiiU \c«-s * Kckcled Shorts .One tyiM of anesthetic Is a n- Plicd by injection Into the blood stream. AT FIPST SION OF A USE 666 .TABLETS, s/kivt ROXY Bargain Night Every Night Except Snlunlay. Box Office Opens G:<l!> Sliinv Stjiit.v 7:00 Contlnuom Shows Kat. and Ran. Lyst Time-Today Paris Galling w'lli Klizaljcdi Hoigner ami Itundiilpli Si'iitl. Scleelnl Slinrls Saturday South Santa Fe vvflh Itny Hojjeis ii'ml (icorgc Hays Scri:il/"()vcrlunil Mull" i\n. 9, unil Slioii. Cnti. Hhouing Sal'ilay 1:1)0 lo 11:30 Suncfay and Monday, ^v!' .•, . CROSBY -mm : BBUW tmm DONLEVY- HE GCHESTER^ I'ox News anil Selected Shorts 70 BMSrmE WORMS 8/&SCST HMY0BAGS / A roaring, raging hurricane seldom hits harder than 100 miles an hour. But at .Wright Field, Ohio, Air Force ciijt. raxn n7ii/> tip an almost unbelievable 400-mile wind — to help improve Ameri. can military planes. Two forty-foot fans, weighing nearly • million pounds, put the "hurry" in this hurricane, tunnel. They're driven ' fcy'a huge 125-tori electric motor. They permit tcils of large-scale plane models •t speeds up to 400 miles an hour. 'America's iteek fighters and burly bombers arc {aster, $a\tr, more Jctutty i fo (he enemy, because America lias the vortd't biggest wind ttinneli - and the , vorlil't biggfit supply of electric f over. In fact] electric potter is basic to practically all war production. It turns the machines that turn out tanks, planes and guns. It welds the steel stains of fast- building ships. It flishd the utgent words of war by ait an<2 by wire. War Has brought shortages of many materials, but.there has been plenty of electric power for war production. The electric companies under business management, supplying about seven-eighths o/ all Americans eleflrie paver, had a BIG job to do — and did it! They've produced billions more ItZo- watt-hours each of the last three years. They've been able to do it became ihey kaov hov from long expeaence — tad because, business men in this country are still free to roll up their sleeves and put their ideas and plans to work. Let's keep thi» freedom after' our whirlwind has dusted 6S Adolf, Tojct and Bcnito! HEAK Reddy's War News Station KLCN—900 Kcs. 12:45 Noon^Each Doy Ar^Ma Power

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