The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 24, 1943 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, May 24, 1943
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BL1THBV1LLB '(ARK.): COURIER NEWS Johnson-Fisher 4 Vows Said At First MethodistjChurcK In n floral setting of green and v,!iito, Miss Mary Jowphloe Fisher, daughter of Mrs, E A. Msiier, became Ihe bride of Lieut Junes lilalne Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. n. Johnson, of Memphis, yesterday afternoon., in a • double )mg ceremony at the First Methodist Church Ilie Rev. S. B Wll- ford offlclaled. The bilde, given In marriage by ,iEr brother-in-law, J. Wade Qulnn of Osceola, -wore a two-piece model of dusty rose crepe" with' n lace fitted'. pepliim Jacket and matching gloves completing,the costume. Her accessories were of black. Her only ornament was a green gold lavallcrc set with pearls, a family heirloom ^. from her '..mother. Slie carried an. old lace handkerchief which hits'been-in the family for s number of years.and .which had liecn carried by -a 'skier at her marriage. , Her- shoulder corsage was a, single orchid. Miss Anne Fisher, sister of the bride, was maid of honor. She wore n blue shadow lace. die." willi Hack accessories : and her corsage was of pink rosebuds. , ; Play Wedding Music \ Miss Wyuelle Sliephai-d, soloist, . in a program of nuptial music, fans, "Ah,. Sweet Mystery of Life" by Victor Herbert and "The Sweetest Story Ever, Told" by R. M. Still Is. L.''T. Moore, organist, played "Evensong" by .East Hope .Martin, as the tapers were; lighted by Miss Ruby Huglicy, wearing yellow crepe will! a corsage of white rosebuds, and Miss Kalliletn Baker, who wore an azure blue dress with yellow r'oicbuds as her corsage. , Mr.'-'--Moore also-played Lohen- rin's .Wedding March preceding the ceremony ''with "Penze D'Ainur" during exchange of vows. Arthur N. Swindle Jr., served as best mail. Dr. Fred Child and L. E. Baker were the ushers. Mrs. Johnson was graduated from 'Blytheville High School In 30J) 'rind attended business college at Opelonsa.v. La, Prior to her marriage she was employed at the Blytheville Army Air Field. The bridegroom attended high school at" Whltehaveii, Tenn., and went to Memphis State before en- lering the Army Air Forces from idiicli he' received Ills wings and connnisjsion in February at the Blylhcvllle Army Air Field. Reception Given Immediately following the ceremony, the bride's mother entertained with a reception at her home for the wedding party am out of town guests Following Hi icception the Bride ana bridegroom left for Memphis where they v,ere honored \ylth a dinner parly i last night at Hotel Peabody. For traveling the , bride wore a suit of aqua and white .crash with Glorifying The Apron .!, \ jumper frock V is a very'j, liraclleal \ garment for , marketing ami v other family chores when you don't wunl (u "dress up" yet don't want to look dowdy. Just liow decorative a ' juniper frock ' <aii be Is demonstrated by the new OIK * modeled by screen actress ! Ann Savage in . the plioti) at left.: It's of cotton, : printed'with tiny green and yellow fish \vhi> nrc gaily riding green anil purple waves, The short. ( sleeved blouse , Is at sheer ) while cotton. Bite of News Mostly Personal Mrs. C. H.-Pnlmer-nnd-chlklren, 'ntrlcia and Caroline of Memphis visited relative.'; here last week. Mrs. Palmer Is the former' Ml/is Selmn . Jfnrdln of Dell. Mrs.'Thomas Powell and son Ray, will leave for Little Hock June 1 where she will Join Mr. Powell'who Ls witli Die Ol'A find makes> his lieadijiiiirlers there. , ; . Mrs. Mary Klliel Simmons-, returning this .morning from Meni- pliis where, altc* sik'iit the weekend is lliii guest of Mr, and airs.,'a. .W. Hose and Miss Odette Ulansoh. Miss liclly Mo&s'of Davenport, Iowa arrived yesterday to attend Jtc grnduallon exercises of her fiance, Gilbert Darin of the iJlythc- vllle Army Air Field. Mrs. Virgil lioyd and son, .Toil), eft yesterday for I'anama City, Kin., where they will Join Mr. lioyd who i.s employed In the ship yards there. . ' i Mrs. George; Sill well Is 111 nt her home on Kentucky Avenue. Mrs. Cliivls- Mciluffcy who has been 111 for some time} is Improving. Mis. Olco Pope Is 111 nt-her'home on Dougan Street. ; .; . Mrs. J. A. Sallba and daughter,' Miss Ruth • Sallba will leave lombr- rov/ for Union. Honge,' La., where they will attend graduation exercises Monday of Mrs. Saliba's daughter, Alice. A 1 son, Albert,.who attends college there will come'to' lythcville Krlrtny to spend a 'week tfore rclunilng for Ihe Summer cssion. black accessories. After n short honeymoon they will make their home at Momoe, La., where Lieutenant Johnson is stationed as a flying officer The out-of-town guests were Mr and Mrs J. B. Johnson of Memphis,, parents of the bridegroom; Mrs. A. 3 Cole, also of Memphis, sister of tile bridegroom- Mi, nnd Mrs Ed L cjulmi Mrs J H Lovewell, Mrs. Sue ciaj Hiighey, Mr. and Mrs. Wade Qiunn and,sons, Wade Jr.,,and Ed Lawton fof Osceoia. PARTY COMl'MMKNTS MRh. JACK HKOOKS Mrs, /Iliad Nico! entertained with a dessert bridge at her home Friday afternoon, honoring Mrs. Jack,Brooks, who will leave soon for St. Louis, where the Brooks fnihlly will reside. Pink roses were used throughout Ihe entertaining rooms where tlio guests plByed bridge after refreshments were served. High score prize, Defense Stamps, was ' awarded lo Mrs. Max Ix>gan with second high lo Afr.s. J. Pitri'ls McCalla. . .' The guest of honor was also.prc- senleit a'glfl from llic hostess. ENTERTAINS F.IC.IIT WITH DINNGK, llltlDCK Mrs. Joe P. I'ride Jr., eiilerlalned eight of her friends for n dinner >arty ami bridge, Wednesday night \t Ihe home of Mr, and Mrs,' Jj)C "> Pride Si-., where t>liii,'.'.ts...ina\iluii ter lioiiic ' jviiile her husband-', )s ;crving .wllh Ihe Navy. { The small labjrs where Ihe juesls were served,'were centered vlth bud vases of roses. Clnrden lowers were used throughout- 1 the Kill Mosquitoes Spray room with ^. Bee Brand Insect Spray.' 15' minutes l»t»r, sweep them up. Kills fliw, b«d bugs, too. S*cty, our Bec'traill vcre served uunch and cookies from lace-ciraped taljlc which held a cenlerplccc of In a crystal liowl. Other garden (lowers were used throughout the club room [or dccorallons. Miss Mnry Josephine Ilnll, slslcr of llic honorcsi, and Mrs. Snnford itooiie nsslslert. the host and hoslcss Social Calendar TUESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Mn'x IB. Held enlortnining the T.iestlny Contract Club. Double a Club mcoliiiB with Miss InrgnrcL Shaver. Mrs. Guy Rogers will be hostess lo the Octn Bridge Club. O.N.I!. Club will meet with Mrs. Harold Meek. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. M. S. Yates entertaining ilhe'; •IQD Club. . t. >'.-.. . , A'D.C. club- 'meeting with Sirs. Jimmy Stevenson. Airs. J. F. Lenll will be hostess to the Town and Country'Club. Temple Israel Sisterhood meeting, H o'clock, willi 'Mrs. Waltci cutei'lalnlng rooms.for decorations.Inoscntlinl. In the bridge games, high score) p. E. O. sisterhood will was awarded to Mrs. Albert | Wednesday, 10 u. in., at (lie Rc< Taylor with second liiyh to -Miss Mildred ! Lou llitbliard. Miss Mary Spain Usvcy .was nwanic<l the traveling prize. • * * DANCINCI' VAKTY 1IONOKS .BEN MALL Mr. ami Mrs. A. Ci. Hall entertained with n dancing party Friday night at tlic Woman's Club, complimenting their'son, Ben Hall, who Iclt this afternoon for UUlc. Hock where lie will join the armed forces. The guests for this affair which Included the Thursday Supper Club and several of the most intimate friends of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hall, /fOU WOMEN WHO SUFFER FROM v HOT HASHES If you suiter from liot IhRhcs. dizziness, distress of "IrreijulftrlUcs", nre wcnk, nervous—(Hictotlieluiictlotml "rolrttilc-nEc" pcrtal In n Konmu's lire— try Ly<l!:\ K. l'ln!:linm's Vegetable Compound. It's liclpnl thousands upon thousands of \vnnien to relieve Eiieh nnnoylne symptoms. Follow label (llrocllcms. Plnkhain's ComiwtiiKl ts irorlU IryfuyJ Take Care ol Your Precious Furs! Take rare of the fuV coal you've got because you may not, ; know »hen jou'll be able to get another! Small women protet the beauty,,?! their lurs by milling them in Nu-Wa storage till 'next year. In our vaults It is abso- ^luttly »Ie from moths; the low temperature kceiw the ; 'eklns pliable. Glazing brings back ils oricinal beauty. " "- ' Nli-WA "P°NE;- m \NEIS 6LYTHEVILLE ARK •oss bandage room ,for surgica cssing work until 1 o'clock, whei ey will go to the home of Mrs ilircy , Con way for hmcli am .session. Mrs. A. G, Hall enlertalninB lln 'ednesdny CoptracL Club. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Thursday Luncheon Club meet B with Mrs. .1. A. Leech. Triple Table Club will meet will rs. W. IV Nally. Mrs. J. F. Ixnili eulcrtaining tin imrsday Contract Club. FRIDAY'S EVENTS C.H.C. Club meeting with Mrs aid Byriim. Since Pearl Harbor the fnrmci Wood County, Okla., have ship cd out more than' 72 freight cai ill of scrap. Pniitothenlc acid, of the vilami complex, is cxsc'nllal lo the noi al Krowlh and development oung pigs. trills Cherry and Mrs. Tloss , lluglic.s .siwnt yeslcrday In Mem- ,Mrs. (Harry Khby and Mrs. A. G. Itlle went: lo Memphis yesterday flerntion where they attended .a iano recital given by Mrs. Little's rnnddhitghlcr, Miss Nancy Little, ho attends St. Mary's school. She s a .student of Miss Elizabeth Joslcy and was pre.wntcd by the chool at Ihe Memphis College of Mrs. Maury Wadiey of Earlc, rk., Is spending lite week here s llic fjucsl of.her mother, Mrs. '. J. Crowder and her sislcr, Ilxs Irene Crowder. Also here for he week is T. J. Crowder, uUor- icy of Joncsboro. Mrs. S. I J . Craflon, Mrs. T. W. 'cffrles, Mrs. T. P. Tonilliisoii and tanghler, I3ctty Lou and Jim Higli Schoolers : Should Have Fun While They Can Hy KD'l'fl MH.I.KTT The lilgli scliool kids had been worried for weeks. H looked as though there wasn't lo be any Junior-Senior .dance. And the Junior - Senior't, the social iiigii- S|wt of the year. It Is even more than that. Kids look forward to jjolng to It from the time Iliey arc freshmen, until their first time actually arrives, the spring of their Junior year. ' Finally the principal overrode the protest of" a "group of pa'reiiU thai a Junior-Senior dance wouldn't'-, be patriotic- nnd gave the go ahead sign. So-the high schoolcrti had their big moment. '.-'. Most o( tlie boys at the dance would soon be In uniform and the girls looked forward lo Jobs, or nurses' training or college streamlined to three-years with most, of tlic fun cut out. So they reiilly needed that Junior-Senior dance. After ' all, they they are just kids and yd the boys are facing military service niid the girls are imvliif; a pretty insecure time ol it themselves. .Why can't parents see that youngsters ought to have some fun —and (hat If possible they should still be able lo count on the important lilgli-llclits of their lives. If it Is necessary to have dances for soldiers, isn't It just us necessary to have dunces for teenage boys.and girls? We kiio«- that juvenile delinquency is rising fast and steadily. Why encourage it by taking nil the fun out of'the lives of high scliool children?. OUt HKI'ORK TIIEIK TIME .As one 17-year-old puts it: "Our generation sure got it in the neck. Just' when we were old enough for drivers' licenses—there wasn't any gas of tires for as. 'Just when we were ready for dating—Iliey started telling us it.wasn't, patriotic to, have dances in wartime. And Just when we were thinking of pairing off and "going. steady" the • boys i'tarlcd being drafted." The youngsters aren't having much fun. Many of them avc assuming adult responsibilities, while they still need the fun and society and silliness that .belongs to youth.' Many a 15-year-old girl .now. does Ihe family cooking and looks lifter a couple o[ younger children while New, Simple Home Dehydrator Costs Less Than $10 To Build IONDAY, MAY 24, 1943 In airplane engines. Pvt. Paul p. Loriln, son of Mr, and Mrs. B. F. Loflln, Is now stationed a^ Camp Barktey, Texas, in (lie Medical corps. By BKITV MacDONAI.D NKA Kiaff (.'vrrr.sjMjiKleitt WASHINGTON.-SVnlcli for the new, tested Deparlinciil ol Agriculture oven-drying method of de- iiydratlng liaaie-Ktown fruits and vegetables, soon to be announced. Also simplified Is the homemade top-of-the-stove dryer'which agriculture economists approved for 'ust year's canning program. The :>cw dryer will cost less Hum $10 to construct, and the parts required u-ill be. mostly..of. wood, and non-critical. NKW FAT I'OKAHILA Very soon now industrial users of fats, such as butter, shortening, oleomargarine, may obtain added allotments In areas where populations have' substantially in- crcfisod—largely in defense centers. All Ol'A ruling Is already In effect for increased suijnr allotments for industrial users In such areas. A formula lias been worked out lo Insure, fair distribution in these areas. OIHIH 'N' KNIJS A new type plastic, made from corn stalks, wheat straws, flux slitves and other farm wastes ho-s been approved by the Department of Agriculture and can lie used to replace metal for many purposes . . . Men's sweater styles will soon be reduced by WTO, and colors will be limited until after Hie war . . . Army blankets, esiwclnlly for hospital use, will be longer than the Jjj-fnoh length .siwclfled for civilians . . . To stimulate additional production, celling prices on raw and processed watnr-fovi'l feathers and down, used to nmke sleeping bags for the Army, were , l 10 per cent and 7 1-2 nor cent respectively . . . There's ueoii n boost in production of radio batteries to a rate of «5,000 monthly Wl'B announces, to help farmers in iion-eleclriricd arc.™ who (Inland on, radius for dully war and fowl program news. MIND YOUR MANNERS er mother and dad both work in cfensc plants. - Tiiey need some fun—and If they mi have harmless fun, they'll looking for some that Isn't armless. spent, the weekend .itlle liock and Conway. in At The Hospitals . Walls Hospital Ailinltlrd— , . ,', Mrs. .1. T. Taylor, city. '.Mrs. J. 11. McDowell, city. Shirley Hipp, clly. Uiintcc (Jrisey, Sleele, Mo. Elsie Walters, city. Mrs. Alvin Webster, city. Bob Gwynn, city. Mrs. A. M. Kliinok, city. Dismissed— Mrs. s. A. Morris and baby, Osec- ola. J. D. iLymi, St. Louis, Mo. Mrs. V. M. Uristcr and baby city. Mrs. Robert Ulcl and baby, clly. Airs. George Ingrnm, (illy. _ l>,[.vllu-vil[i' Iliispilal Admitted- John Claines, city. Horn to Mr. tuul Mrs. stoki Uaktridge, lit. 3, a daughter, bon yeslcrday morning. Dismissed— 'Mrs. John McDuffy, city. Hilly F.dwurd Nash, Luxorn. Memphis Mvlhoilist Wade ». lle])ler, Driver. Mrs. J. A. Jeffries, Carutliers ville, Mo. Memphis ISaplist Hospital Mrs. Mildred Caglc Ilrown, Oscc ola. A. G. Little, Blylhcvllle. Mrs. U. II. •Morgan, Dell. Lou Savage, Frenchman's Iltiyou WORKING thro the Night While others slcqpj Frisco men orilcr that coal, •oii, minerals, cotton, grains, lumber and other r.ivv matc- ri.ils may get to the war factories on time ... in onlcr that (lie 2'i-hmir shifts at the plants can keep up <heir production records. Tltcn, in turn, Frisco Faster Freights transport vital finishcJ products on their way to our armed forces and allies. It is a great job for a great railroad. WORKING FOR LESS In I94i American railroiili J t |iv, e«J ihe ttrratcit volume of Ittrght In hUtprv »nJ JfJ It for an tv«r*ie revenue 1\>wer lt»n al iny'time In ih* pait 24 V**f»-l^»nlnnonntnt far liauUnii » ion of fttiiihl one milt, When Did YOH I.a,t Buy a War lie^f ONE OF AMERICA'S RAILROADS-All UNITED FOR VICTORY Test your knowledge of correct social usage by answerinn '• the following questions, then checking against the nulhoi-i- lativc answers below: 1. Should you over criticize ' the housekeeping of a woman in whose home you have been a guest?. 2. Should you criticize the food served you In another's home? 3. Should u hostess encourage her guests to gossip? 4. .Should you ask a woman how much she pays !.Kr maid? 5. When your hostess has told yon beforehand that she lias an appointment later In the afternoon, should you leave In plenty of time for her to keep it? What would you do if— You are In a group who start, gossiping nboul and criticizing a good friend of yours— (a) Stand up for your friend? (b) Keep still? (c) Join lu the criticism? Aiisivors 1. No. 2. No. 3. , No. 5. Yes. Better "What Would You Do" olution—(a). News Of WAACs, WAVES and SPARS Aux. Gertrude E. Allen of Join- r, Ark., lias completed training ti tlic? Motor Transport. School of ic First Woman's Auxiliary corps 'raining Center at Fort Des loines, Iowa. Aux. Bertha Ellen Stoy of Bly- licvlllc was-a member of the Wo- nan's Army Auxiliary Corps unit I'hich left Fort DCS Moines, In. or duty with the Army nt Clare Vllch. Wins Commission Frank Hays Walker of Blythevilli vas commissioned » second lieu email in the Army on May ID a r orl Benning, Ga., upon Tul completion of the OHicer Can :lidate Course at Ihe. Infantr School. Lieut. Walker enlisted in tin Army on Nov. 18, 1SJ27 and scrvci with the Sfllli ns well ns the 33911 Infantry. Before entering the Army Lieu tenant Walker attended cchool Yarbro. Ho was n sergeant bcfor going to Oltlccr Candidate Schoo several months ago. Keeping Up With The Men In Service ' =^ r Corp. Glenn R. Harrington, son of Mrs. Vena (Harrington, has been In India the past, H months'with the armed forces. Cor]). Hlmer Rodgers, son of Miami Mrs. W. H. Rogers oM.cnch- ville, has graduated from the Amij Air Forces Tcchniciil frrnlnlnK Command School of ihe Packard'Motor Car Company, Detroit, where he has completed a course of instruction SKIN ERUPTIONS <"*•••• W <»twiullvauudr> REUEVE ITCH WC PROMOTE HEALING Easo Horcneas—burning with imtiiwplie lllack aiicl WJiito OJiidJii'Ht. UiMjouty us directed.'Cleanse'wit u UlackuiuJ WliitoSkmKoap. BUCK *d WHITE OWIMENT 'ITGGESTED BY HunKo PLAN BALANCED MENUS Avoid meals top - heavy with baked and iried loads. Consult nutritional guides in planning healthful, well-balanced menus, assuring salislying y e I wholesome food every day in the week. The Miracle In Permanent Waving! COLD HAY, the modern, scltn- tillc wave. No heat —No machines. Drop in for details. MARGARET'S 11EAUTY SHOP 104 S. 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