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BLTfTHEVILLE, (ARK.y COURIER NEWS MONDAY, APRIL 12, 1943 Nedra Berryrhan\Weds W. Crandall Kinhingham Miss Nedra :B«rrymari, daughter of Police Chief ..William,Berrymari and Mrs. Berryman, and Willaid Crandall khmlngliarm-of filythe- v'ile and Cincinnati, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Kinnlngliani, were married ^Friday night Kt First Methodist. Church. Announcement of the wedding was made today by the parents of the Uride. The Rev. S. B. Wllford, pastor, performed the double ring sendee lit 8:30 o'clock. The bride used the colors of sold and lavender for her costume and- flowers. Her dressmaker siilt was of gold wool wilt) which she- wore a blouse of the same shade In c:cpe. Her hat was fashioned of lavender violets,- she wore gloves to match and a lavender orchid corsage. Alligator shoes and purse completed her .outfit. Miss Joyce Summers, inntd of honor, In carrying out. (lie samo theme, wore a suit of lavender wool with black accessories and hen corsage was of. yellow roses. Eergi. James Neblmt of nlythe- ville Army Air Field served the bridegroom as best man. Mi', and Mrs. Kiiinlngham are at Motel Noble for several days before going to Cincinnati, where they will .make their home. The bride, who moved to Blyllic- ville with her family lo'years ago, was an outstanding student in Bly- Uicville High- School from which sbe.was graduated in 1038. During her senior year, she won the largest, number of honors ill the "Who's Who" contest which included such titles as "Means most lo the'School" and "Best citizen.' For'several years slie was. connected with Guard Jewelry Store and for the past, two'years has beeti employed. at'Herrick's. Mr. Klnnlngnam has the resjxm- sible position as pilot on the Mississippi River despite being a young man. After graduating from high school here in 1938, lie became employed on -the river to follow a line' In which he long had been interested. . . • He Is ullot for ( the St. Pmil So- cony Company which operates a .line of: boats from Pittsburgh to New Orleans :nncl -makes his home «l Cincinnati. • » • .IR^SR. P. TV A. MEETING WILL HAVE GUESr SPEAKER W. J. Rnney, deputy sheriff in charge of criminal work In Mississippi CoUnty and whose talks before civic groups since his moving lisre March.l have been widely discussed, will be guest speaker tomorrow afternoon at a meeting o the? Junior-Senior.Parent Teache Association. • > v -. His discussion -will deal with lav, enforcement and the duty of the home ani! school' regarding juvenile supervision. Special music will be presented by Gene'Bartlett;- music director at First Baptist Church, vocalist. This meeting will begin at 3:15 o'clock, ' following an executive board meeting at 2:30 o'clock at uhirh important business will be taken up, it has been annpunced. » * - • SON RORN TUTJRSDAV TO GRADY ELLISEB A^sou.was born to Mr. and Mrs. Graiiy Ellis Thursday at WalLs Hospital. The baby has been named Gary Lyri. Mr. Ellis is with the Navy somewhere in the Pacific war zone. This is their only child. lisoii" FORMER BLYT1IEV1LLE MAN WEDS AT FORT LEWIS, WASH. Announcement Is being made o: the" marriage' of Pvt.CJorm R. Evans of Port Lewis, Wash., son of Mr and Mrs/ Johri W. Evans who livec in Luxora and Blythevllle before moving to Charter r Oak, Mo.,. ant Miss Vera Edith Kay, daughter o Mr. and Mrs. palvin Kay of Tre monlon, Utah. The rites were solemnized March 11 .in the Chapel at.Fort 'Lewis Wash:, with Chaplain Charles T Jordon performing the ceremony. Capl. and Mrs. A. H. Dulmer wer the only attendants. Bride Of Lieutenant Guard Bite of News Mostly Personal Awards-Wright. Wedding Is Solemnized Yesterday CARUTlltfHSVILLK, Mo., April 2.—The marriage of Miss Jemiette VrJrjhl and John Tlploii B<lwards viis .solcinnlKi'd here Su'ulay after- loon al 4 o'clock, the Rev. J. p. faid. pastor of Hie Christian Church, saying the vows In the ii'psenee of :i .small party of rela- .ives nnd friends. The young couple was attended by Miss Mary Elizabeth Edwards, sister of the bridegroom, and Earl Tinslcy. Tin. 1 bride Is the (laughter of Mrs. Clara Wright, of this city, and has for sometime been asso- Mrs. James Guard Leaves For Visit With Parents Wlien the war Is over, an adill- on to the young married .set of Jlythevlllc society will be Mrs. ames Guard, the former Miss Ala Tate Rowan of Oklomi, Miss. Mrs. Guard hns returned In ok- lona. Miss., for a visit with her inrcnts .and Second Lieutenant Duard left yeslcrda'y (or Camp Oranl, 111., where ho is lo be stii- ioneil following his graduation rom Officer Cnndldatc School of he Medical Division of Ihc Army, aflcr having spent several days icrc as guests of Ihe bridegroom's parents. Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Guard. He will he Joined next wccVi by his bride and they will make' their Home Grant. The marriage April 4. at. Okolonn as followed by a 1 brief, .wedding Ip lo Now Orleans' before llicy. ame here. The wedding was .solomni/.ed at he home of the bride's Mr. and Mrs. Young T. parents, Rowan, Jerry Byron Nail Is 111 wil neasles al (he homo of his pnrent Mr. and Mrs. Byron Nail. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hoc an daUKhlei.'i, lietly lx;e and Mai Sue, of Memphis, were Sunday guesls of Mr. and Mrs. K. B. Woodson. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Galons and daughter, Ann, spent the weekend In Motnplis, where they vlslcd relatives. Miss Louise Welch of Memphis spent, the week end here as Kiic.sl of Mrs. Grace Abel tiathy.. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Cookc Jr., of New Orleans spent, Saturday hero with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. K. P. Elomcyer and family. Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Wood of Walnut Rldggc came Saturday, especially lo by with her sister, Mrs. Cookc. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Woolen and dnughlcivi Florence Ann and Marine, of Memphis, spent IIus week end wllh Mrs. Woolen's parents, •Mr. nnd Mrs. Churchill Buck :m<l family. Mrs. F;. P. Hlmwycr spent Saturday In Lllliourn, Mo., attending to business. Miss Nell Harris and Mrs. Frank Whllworlh arc spcndlni? several nys in St. Louis attending to busl- >ss.. . Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Fiiughl and m. ^William, .spent, the week end l Memphis with Mrs. Fauyht'" slur, Mrs. C. If. Farley. Mr. niKl Mrs. Bert Lamb had us :ieir guest for the week end Mr.s. •amb's parents, Mr. and Mrs. \V. B. loot! of Eupora, Miss., and her sls- cr. Mr.s. Lester liowan, (if Hruc'e, llss. Mrs. W. A. Stickmon returned Saturday from Memphis where she ciated with I he Southeast souil Telephone Company here, •/lie bridegroom Is the sou of Mr. and Kdwards of this clly. lie Is employed by Ilifi Fisher lindy works at Memphis. Social Calendar lefore a gathering of Ihc two fam- llcs and a small group of friends. The Rev. George H. Gay, pastor of First liapllst Church, performed he double ring service. Taper.1 were lighted by Miss Molly Guard, sister of the bvldc- jrooin nnd a student al Unlversltj :if Tennessee. Knoxvllle, who accompanied her parents there foi the riles. There was a program of nuptial music by Mrs. D. F. Moore urn Ueiuiis Darnell, vocalist.'. Tho bride, given In marriage' bj her father, • wore a frock of rose beige crepe, and her hat of hca vcnly blue had n shoulder lengll veil of Ihe same color. Siie car ried n white Bible wllh n whit «t:HocMord, near., .Cau'ip 1In|Ut and Okolona wn». rtf mold of honor lent several days with the 'ntterser) family. Mrs. Joe CimuhiBhain of 'Tallapoosa, Mo,, spent the weekend here TUESDAY'S EVENTS Tur.sduv Bridge Club will meet with Mrs. Joe 'lYicschmaun. v Mrs. Herman Hoffman entertain- in!; •)(>[) Club. Double G Club meedng with Mrs. Albert K. Taylor. Mis. II. S, Schniuck wil entertain Octn Club. G. N, B. Club meeting' with Mrs. Albert Hauls. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. R. K. Van llooser enlerlaln- lilj; Three Table. Club. Wednesday Bridge Club meeting wllh Mrs. R. L. Stockett. A. I). C. Club will meet with Mrs. J. Farm McCalla. '• Mrs. Francis Jackson entertaining C. li. C. Club. Wednesday Contract Club meeting v.'itli Mrs. John C. Mcllaney. 1! ami L, Club meeting with Mrs. T. ilii'kmati. Town and country Club meeting with Mrs. C. G. Caudill. Chapter D of P. E. O. Sisterhood will meet for a luncheon 1 o'clock at the home of Mrs. M. O. Usrey, with Mrs. Charles Lemons co-hostess. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Byron Morse entertaining Thursday iLuncheon Club. Triple" Table Club meeting with Mr.s. Charles Gading. Mis. Paul ,Iobe will entertain Club Eight. Mis. G. E. Keck will be hostess State Guardsmen Attend Services At Church Sunday Fifty members of Company K, Arkansas Guard unit here, accepted the Invitation of the Rev. S. li. Wllford and attended First Methodist Church here yesterday for the morning service. The company, headed by three officers, Capt, O. W. Conpsdge First Lieut, William Crawford and Second Lieut. Btnnle He.ssic marched lo the cliurch -from the National Guard armory on Soull! Second street, occupied a specia 1 section in the church audltoriun then inarched back lo lite armor) where the members were dismissed Earlier In the morning th guards wo re served a breakfacl a tho armory by mess personnel n the company. At The Hospitals Walls Ilosiiilal Admitted- Mrs. E. (,. Evans, city. Dismissed— Mr.s. J. I!. Lntshiiw and baby city. Leo Koonce, clly. Mr.s. Cinidy Ellis and baby, city Lyman Nunnery, Holland, Mo. Alfred West, city. Illyllicvilln Hospital Admitted— Mrs. Ada Groom, city. Mrs. T. W. Tnlley, city. C. A. Cunningham, city. Dismissed— Mrs, Dyer Garner and baby, city. Mary Dean Tuniago, Hayti, Mo. O. T. Willinghum, city. II. L. Bradley, city. Mrs. Myrtle Law.son, Osceola. Memphis U'.iptisl Uospitut Admitted- Homer Oclom, Keiscr. Memphis St. Joseph's Hosiplal Admitted— Mi's. Joe Copeland, Caruthersville, Mo. lolhcr, Mrs, Ellis mint, at their ome in Cooler Friday night In lonor of lier .12th .'birthday antil- 'orsary. Thci'e were 11 friends ircsent Including Dlrley Chandler of St. Louis. After various games were played he guest of honor was presented in assortment of gifts after which 'ofreshments of nuts and candles were served. * * • KON IS NAMKD I'AUIi WAYNE OliHMAN'. A son was Iroru to Corp. and Mrs, Paul German at their home ti Steele April 2. The baby, who is their first child, has been named 1'aul Wayne. He arrived on his mother's birthday. Corporal German, who lias not yet seen his son, is with the Army .stationed at San Diego, Cnlif. * t » Sl'lvNCIvIiS Alii; I'AHKNTS OF SON IN WASHINGTON. Announcements have arrived here of the birth of a son to Mr and Mrs. D. W. Spencer of Washington, D. C., on April 2. This If their fifth child. They formerly lived here where Mr. Spencer wa.s foreman at the Stecte Enterprise. He is the son of L. c. Spencer * • • DAIiriHTKit BOMN. A daughter was born to Pvt. and Mrs. HanoJd Burns at the home if Mrs. Burns' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Wagster, of Oak tidge Tuesday. The baby lias not ten named. Tho father has not seen the ba- >y as he Is with the Army bin xpecls lo come home as soon as 10 can get a furlough. Mrs. Burns Is the former Miss Alllne Wagstcr. • * t Mr.s. Marion Wright underwent a major operation at Hie I'rcsncll lospital at Kemiett Thursday and s getting along as well as can bo. 'Xpccteil. Mr. Wrisht, Mrs. Qulnccj Davis and Mrs. Tom Bums spent] Thursday wllh her and Mrs. Burns | s remaining at the hospital mull! !•>• mother is out of danger. ! ' Mrs. L. A. Hopper, who lias been seriously ill at her home at Tyler, is much improved. Aviation Cadet Lee Ycager who has been stationed at Nashville, Teun., has been tian.sfcrred to Maxwell Field, Ala., for hl:> pic- flight training. NO ASPIRIN can do more fur you, v:o why pay more? Wurld'slargeslscllmillOff.HIStahlclsHy, 100 for only 35f. Gel St. Joseph Aspirin. lo ThuvsUny Contract Club. Steele-Cooter Society—Personal and George Hale Jr., of .Slkeslou, Mo., served his cousin as best man. In (he reception which followed, several friends of (he bride assisted. Cotillion Club Dances Saturday Night At Hut Members of Ihc Cotillion Club ctuniecf to their childhood days Saturday night when they entcr- nlncd with a "kid party" at the Legion Hut. Hosis and hostesses for tills af- alr were: Mr. and Mrs. Tluul col, Mr. and Mrs. Fddlc ricgcn- old and Mr. and Mrs. lilllips Rob- Games were played during Ihc evening with prir.es awarded lo all vho parllclpated. Refreshments of Light Vote At Steele STE13U5. Mo., April 12.—In the City of Steele election last week, (hi! hglilcst vole ever lo be polled hen: wus \\\ bolh the city and school election. Aldermen elected were'. Bill Shlcl- ly for n two-year term in Ward One and Shirley Smllli lor a two- year term In Ward Tft'O and E. II. Walson (or a one-year Icnn also in Ward. Two. In' the school election Bill George incl • Thclbcrt Bishop, were elected 'or a three-year term. as the guest of her mother, Mrs. Josle Kiinble. Lieut, and Mrs. Zdauowic/ of Blylheville Army Air Field will eavc April I!) lor New York City to spend 10-day leave with their •invents. Miss Belly Jane Wlieally will re-, turn to her home in Jonesboio tomorrow after spending the weekend here as the guest of Miss Eunice Aiiten. Miss Autrti spent last week in .lonesboro. Mrs. I. O. Wcstbrook of Memphis (spent a few hours Katurady with he vsisler, Mrs. M. Pitaiim- mons. She was accompanied by Mrs. I. O. Westbrouk .Jr., of..loin-' er, Ark. C. A. Cunningham, who was ad- mitled to Blylhevtllc IKispilul Saturday after becoming ill > of pncti- iiionin. today Is much Improved. Mr. and Mrs. Alton B. .JagKCis ami Mrs. J. C. Evans and two children left lids morning fnr Tyn- dnll Field. Panama City. Ha., where Mrs. Evans nnd chlltlren will join iajitaln Evans who -IK now nla- lioned there. Mr. and Mrs. ..luggers will letiiain in Horula for about 10 days before returning home by train. O. c. Gauskc is convalescing from a serious illness. Ho is at his home on Chlckasawba Avenut af- Wotnan's Club meeting wil] Mrs. J. A. Salilia at Snllbu home with Mr.s. J. o. Barksdale as co- hoslc.ss. Mrs. Theodore Logan entertaining Double Four Club. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon and Mrs. Mnrrnv Smart entertaining Chap- tor N—!'. E .O. Sisterhood with luncheon at Stickmon home, 12 o'clock. MAKI.VN HUNT HONORED. Miss Marlyn Hunt was guest- (i lonor at a party given by hei SUGGESTED BY unKo RE-USE YOUR SHORTENING Retain the melted shortening from your fryings, and use for additional fryings. HumKo, in this way, gives you double and triple service. f- If You Suffer Distress FionT\ FEMALE WEAKNESS Which Makes You Cranky, Nervous If nt such limes you, suffer from cramps, 4 backache, distress of "irregularities", periods of (he blues—duo to functional monthly disturbances— Sttirt at once— try Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, it-uot only helps relieve monthly path-hut nlso accompanying tired, ncrs'ous feeling or this nnturc. Tills fs due to Its soothing effect on ONE OP WOMAN'S MOST IMPORTANT OIKIAMS, Plnfermm's Compound Is the best known medicine you can buy that's made especially- for women. Taken rcgulArly — Pinkham's Compound helps build up K?!>ls.tauc« aEalusl such symptoms. Alsoftfinestomachlc .tonlcl Follow label directions. Chronic Ailments Affect Health FKEK HOOK On Constipation And Colon Troubles A new. illustrated -Id-page book on Fistula, Rectal Abscess. Piles and other rectal and colon disorders is now FREE to all sufferers. T-rrrrnnnmm-i DOUBLE FOUR CLUB HAS TWO GUESTS Mrs. A.. E. • Henry entertained Double Four. Club Thursday afternoon at her home, when Mrs. Bob Gwynn and Mrs. Elwood Scotl were guests. • , . In the bridge games, high score was awarded to Mrs. Theodore Logan with second high lo Mrs. Vic- .tor-Stilwell. Tlie hostess served a salad plate with cold drinks with refreshments wpcorn, candy and iced drinks were served. ' Guests included Mr. and Mrs. FYceman Robinson, Lieut and Mrs. William Koch, Miss' Frances Ltltlo and' Ilichard Jlecker, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Vance, Mr. and Mrs.' Ira Crawford, Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Graber, Mr. and Mrs, Joe Trlcschmniin, Miss Virginia Martin and J. T Sudbury, Mr. and Mrs.' Kempcr BrouGhlon, Miss Mary Spain Usrey and Sergt. Gilbert Hammock of TJIS Vegas, Nev.. Sergt. Bill Buttrcy, Scrgt. Johnny Long ami Second Lieut. j. Benson. The lakes and streams of Pennsylvania contain 160 varieties of fish. ' ! • and Mrs. -Milton Lone Oak News tor linvlng liccn n pnlienl a(. niv- thcvlllc Hospital. 0. E. S. Will Meet Woodmen Will Meet Women of Lltllc Bivcr Bnplist Church niol Moiulny nflernoon tor their rcBiilnr business inceUng niul lirogr;nu. Mrs. C. Lewis opened the meclini; with prayer. The study wns taught by Mr.s. M. E. Boiir- lnn ( | niKr wliicli Mrs,.!liilel(. Mor- gnn discussed Ilic topic "How Mny We Know Tlmt We Have Passed (rom DeiUh tiUo Lite?" This 8i»u» Is orderhiB tracts to send the boys in service. Plnns for two more quilts were made to he plnced in Hie frames Moiulny. rs. 'I. A. Bonrlnml dismissed Ilic up with prayer. There will be a. slated nicetin;! of the Order <>( Eastern Stnr. Tuesday night, 8 o'clock, Masonic Hnlls. PSORIASIS RELIEVE THE ITCHING Id in removing st:;iUs niul n'liove tlin riling of 1'aoriasis I lie !inli!-'o|ilii: slim- kiting way vvitli liltick anil \\}n\c. intment. Usu only jis dirctEct]. Daily ransewilliDlackamlWIiitoKkiiif-oap. Rowland News iwsis of Mr. nnii Mrs. Floyd RCL'tor enjoyed liorse-back riding oWibelng served a fish dinner at, tlieir home in Uoselund. Tlie nffair wns ill honor of Fred oyKllB's birthday. EDITORS WARN ABOUT LINENS HudRe Takes 'Basic' KNOLLWOOD FIELD, N. C. (UP) Don Budge, holder of halfti- dozcn world tennis titles, is taking a '11-day conditioning period at the Shrppard Field, Tex., Basic Training Center, (lie public relations of(ice of the air force technical training command here, disclosed. Read Courier News want ads. Woodmen of World lodge *'M meet for lodge and drill Tuesday ilyht 1 o'clock, at Hall on Fifth and Main streets. In 1911, there were 4,200 accidental deaths on the farms of the United States. RHEUMATIC PAIN Kild nil Spoil tw Dir—8ll lf»r M li» Don't put off getting C-2223 to relieve iinin of muscular rheumatism nnd oilier rlicunialic pnins. Ciuition: Use - oaly us directed. First boltle purchase price ln\cl< if not satisfied. 60C mid $1.00. Today, buy C-2223 BINGO WEDNESDAY April 14, 8 P.M. 'American Legion Hut SPECIAL PRIZE 15 Lb. Ham Only 35c Sp*n**ncl Bj CteMtr «f CMMMTCC FEET-Knees-FEET We arc reluming (o your city at Hotel Glcuroc. I'ool ami knf« sufferrrs aro Invited to Wo our new modern method for rclitf of CORNS, BUNIONS, CAI.I.OUSKS, TOflU CIRCULATION AND ARCH TROUIJI.K. Although inir work is different from the regular chiropo<llst wo arc sure you will be delighted wllli tbl<i most mortem metliod. Endorsed By Government Certificate We do not recommend or srll shoes, medicine or surgery. Our modem method sets to (he cause and eliminates continued treatments. No charges made for an Interview, ami all work Is reasonably priced. .Should your knees nr twl be giving you troublCj make it a point lo see us! Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday at Glencoe Hotel LYLE'S KNEE and FOOT SERVICE From Memphis An Important Announcement Concerning FOOT) RATIONING! iMlhuuGh It is unlikely that the new Government program of ra- !ioniiiK will mean aeliml hunger for us al homc—il. mny mean Hint ninny will suiter from ti VITAMIN DEFICIENCY caused by unbalanced me a Is —unless their diet, is supplemented with concentrated vitamins. If you will ston at our store, we will be linpiiy to recommend the vitamins which will balance your daily requirements. Wood's Drug Store UI.YTIIKVK.Ui, ARK. PURiX hoi ConlroLltd Atli«n — Gentle teliitenl CONSERVE THOSE VOUNOWHAVf! 1. Wash u'idi minimum milling anil niiicliinc zigLtnlioti. 2. AMiilen safely willi I'lirexjonly :: blcacb nnilni ylnlrafil I'roccss, Used ,<4 lifc<imrl Us<i it, loo, to clean :'.t and disinfectkilcliai nndtialEi. ' AT rOUR GSOtER'S PUREX DISIHFtCTANI'CiEANSEB-BlEACH Learn the dangers of delay; also corrective Irealmenl for lliesc ajl- nienls and associated condiljoiis. Wi lie today a . card will do—lo ""'i&rnton 'Si Minor Clinic, ^Sjiile 472, 92fi.McGce St.,' Kansas "City, Mo. v-.l FREE! FREE! Hear an Authority on Diseases of livestock AT HO XY THRATRB TUESDAY, APRIL 13TH, 2 P. M. PREVENTION, DIAGNOSIS, TREATMENT All Diseases' of Livestock ONE HOUR LECTURE ONE HOUR MOTION PICTURES , . TWO HOURS QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS This unusual npimiiimily (o hear nn ontslanding ex- iwrl on ymir livrstoi'k problems is brought lo ymi tlic efforts of m STORE ,I.K, mu) tim MIO-SOTITIT SF.RUM co. For Light, Fluffu BISCUITS Insist On SHIBLEY'S Best Flour Your Grocer Has It! WAR BONDS & STAMPS Are Your Best Buy! III/ 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. -1:30 p.m. Last Time Today 'I Married a Witch' \vith Fredrtc M I'aTaninunt News A- Kclected Shorts Tu€S»i«y & Wednesday Lovrs Snowy Linens - SENDVOURSTONU-WA! ricasc ilclurn SPAKE IIANGRKS. Nu-\Va washes linens lo a spiirkly wliilc . . . You can Irusl us with yttnr fincsl! Slake 'em last— launder them oflcn! Nll-WA PHONE 474 BLYTHEVILLE,ARK. ROXY Bargain Night Every. NlgM Except Salurdav. 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