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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, May 28, 1943
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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)'. COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, MAY 28, 1943 Traveling Cadet Selection Board [[ere Tomorrow James Crafton Will Wed Little Rock Girl June 12 An announcement of wide In- t-icst In the state Is that of the engagement »nd approaching mar- nnge of Miss Estelle Gill of Mttle Reck to Juntos Emerson Crafton of BlyUicvllle which Is- being matte todav-by Mr.'mid Mrs. Purlfoy Gill of LllUe Rock Mr. Gill Is Hie brivle-elecf's brother. Miss Gill is''the daughter of Mrs Kcrdh Piirifoy' Gill ol Ultlc Rock nnd PayeUeville; and the late Ernest Keener Gjll. air." Orafton is the ton of Mrs. s: P. Crafton and the Into S. P. Oration of Blytheville and Coiiway. , The wedding *ill be solemnized on Saturday, June 12,.at 5 o'clock, in the First Methodist Church of Little Rock, with the Rev. S. K. Burnett,'.of, Ho I Springs, officiating, assisted _i>y the Rev. Connor Moorc- liead. pi^toy. • '-• • Miss Gill attended Little Rook schools, Arkansas Polytechnic College, RusssllvUlc, and William and Mary-CollcEC,,Richmond, Va. She did graduate' work In nursing at Michael Reese Hospital Training School of Nursing, Chicago, Schoo of Health Nursing, William am Mary bollege, . Richmond, Va. A nicstnt slie Is public health nurse with (lie Arkansas State Board o Health.' Mr. 'Crafton attended Conwaj schools; Arkansas Polytechnic Col lego, •Russellvlllc, and State Teach ers College,'Conway. He Is associat cd with' the Crafton Wholesale Grocery Company of Blytheville. [ * » • THURSDAY- IDNCIIEON CIA1B HAS GUESTS YESTERDAY: ' Mrs J A Leech was hostess to the Thursday Luncheon Club yesterday afternoon, when Mrs. Vance I NOTllcet and Mrs. J. H. Kendrlcks ' were guests. ' Hed roses formed the centerpiece I for the dining table where the t guest 1 ; v,eie seued'the two course » luncheon I in life bridge games, high score S prize was. awarded to Mis. E. B t Gee with Mrs. ,-Norfieet, winning f Eecond high. Eat A Hearty Breakfast If You Have Hard Day Of Work Ahead LARA1NE DAY: ccrcuV gives her plenty ot pep. II ncccssniy," Lnrnlne DOUBLE FOUR CLUB MKETS YKSTERDAY. Mrs. V.,p..Henry entcrtnlnccl tlie DoubleI'Four-Club yesterday ntter- noon atiiicr liome, when slie hn< ns 'guests; Mrs 1 :, Roy Hen nnrt Mrs T. H. Barnes The ihome -was decorated will Summer gardeir flowers ami bridg \vns played:during the afternoon. In, high score priz f,'as awarded >.to Mrs. Victor Stil v ell with Mrs Theodore Logn winning second-high. The hostess saved a salnd pint and icccKdrlnks: . ..-. • •/»..-. MRS; SAM BURNS HAS CLUB EIGHT. Club'Eight niet with Mrs. Sn; Burns yesterday a/lerncxin with n members present Pink snapdragons were use lliioug)]put the entertaining rooms where ' the guesls played bridge. In the games played, high score prize was awarded to Mrs. R. B. Stout with second high to Mrs. Graham Sudbury. The hostess served a salad plnte nnrt iced drinks. • • * * ' BUFFET SUPPER, SHOWER HONOR KATIIRYN GILL. Mls!» Robin Qill and Miss Joyce Gill entertained wlUi : a buflel sup- lier niiid crjslnl ihower last night at Dell honoring their cousin, Miss .Knlhryiv.G)U",who will be married June 3 to Lieut. John Madison Stevens Jr. The sinalhtables where.the guests vere »eateti, were decorated with an arrangement of carnations, InrV.spiir and Groses In tones ol pink and -orchid. A i ranged on a mirror plaque or the tlining table, with the tra- ditiomd cake were n miniatun bride and .bridegroom, old fash ipiictl liridal.bouquets of pink car nations with pink lighted taper softly '^Humiliated the scene Scaled., with.'the bride-elect her table- were Miss Laura who will serve her sister as mai of honor, Miss Martha France Staens^sisUr of, the .Lieutenai Stevens, and Miis Connie Wallaci both bridesmaids. Out-gf-lown guests were- Mis. Edith George, Miss lone George, Miss Ruth Henderson, and Mrs James Stevenson, all of' Blylhcvllle! Ify ALICIA I1AKT NKA Stuff Writer For tbe girl who has a hard duy ' wort ahead of her, a sulistnn- al breakfast is the best wny to 'gin the day. Food Is fuel, and fuel Is iu> im- ortnnt in keeping bodies working fflcienlJy ns It, is in keeping the •heels of a production plant (ioin^. H you've found yourself fueling red and dull-headed around ll;so i the morntiiK, more than likely t's because you swallowed a siniil! lass of orange juice nnd uulrgecl n up of ccilfee for brenkfiist instead f allowing nt least IS minutes to nl more substantial fare. "Some sort of cereal and milk s n breakfast, 'must' for me," says Laraine Day, the young .slur of China Caravan" and one of tin: nost energetic young ladies In Ilol- ywooil. "H hns ,a way of sticking lo the Bit* of News Mostly Pertonal Miss Kathleen HIIBW of Sink ;>rlngs, Miss., Is spending scvcra duys here as the guest of her slstei rfr. V. G. Holland and family. Mr: und Mrs. II. <1. Frlsby an ovliiR to Memphis where Mr. Frls jy has accepted a position. Mrs. Arthur Vance of Armorel I /Islllng her son, Arthur T. Vance seaman 2c, who has completed hi wot training at San Diego, Cal., and Is now stationed nt Columbia, Mo., in a dlcscl engine school. limchtlmc says. l''or those of you who have "never liked cereal niul never will," the slur suggests ymi may llnd It more imlntuble served with a lilt of honey, preserves or fresh fruit. will make the commencement ad- at the high school tonight. Mrs. Lanler Reed will leave tomorrow for Untile Creek, Mich:, to Join her husband, who is employed there. Miss Jcnn Davis of Little Rock Is visiting her mint, Miss Anabol Urynnt. Aubrey Coinvny and Charles Af- fllck siicnt yesterday In Memphis. Charles Affllck Jr., Ross Dillon Hitches Jr., and Ihirris Hunt will return tomorrow from lioonville, IVlo., where they have been attending Ksrniicr Military Academy for ic past year. J. A. Uech is in Little Rock this Tck where he Is attending to busl- ;ss. Miss Urllc Whlt-sitt of Joncsboro .spending a week with her sis- Facilities ol the U. S. Naval Re- or Ml o Tend,Son State cruttlng Bub^atlo,, nt BlythevUte rr^S^'K S M^ffiWt^SH. S^^^rDVIuM »J-onng caaet Selection Bonrct , •ibs and giving me plenty of pep .0 keep right on working 'throui;h MISS NAllKliS HAS PARTY I,AST NICIIT. Miss Mary Jo Nabers entertained 24 of, her friends last nlglil at her home for a "dron In" parly utter Hie Junior High [Miuhmllou. Miss Nabers' mother, Mrs. ,J. Nabers, served punch, cookies a sandwiches from a lacc-tlrnpecl tn- blc which held u.s ii ccntcrjilecc. u crystal bowl of mixed .spring flowers. She was assisted in serving by Mrs. K B. Joyncr. Later in the evening ilin gnrsl.s ent, to the home of Mary T.ou oyner where they spent the evcn- ig informally in dancing and .aylug games. IKS. 3. F, LKNTI AS HKIDOK CM!!! Roses were used throughout the i\tei turning vooms ot the J. P. Disabled Veterans Need Your Uclj)--- Buy A Ked Poppy Popples In tribute to America's inttlc (lend of two wars will be v'orn In Ulylhcvlllo on .Sntiinluy; .lay 2S, Mrs. Ed Conk, president if Dud Casun Unit of the American Legion Auxiliary announced oday. The poppies tills year will honor llic men who .have given their lives in MIC present conflict, us well ns .hose who fell mnonj; the popples of Kruncc nnd Belgium 25 yenu ngo, she said. The money contributed for the flowers will be used for the weflare of victims of both wai's und their families. The Eimt Cnson Unit of the Auxiliary Is making extensive preparations for the observance of Poppj Day here, under the leadership of Mi's. Cnak mill Mrs. II. L. I'l'nlscV Unit Poppy Chalnmin. The llltli red flowers of remembrance wil be available lo everyone in llic city offered by volunteer worker? from the Auxiliary who will be (ti the streets throughout the duy. The flowers, made of crepe pa per in replica of the wild Klunders :ioppy, have been ordered from [••ort Hoots where disabled veterans manufactured them under direction of the Arkansas Ocarlmcnt of the Auxiliary. Poppy milking has kept the bunds ol hundreds of these unfortunate men nsclully cmploy- er, Miss Alice Whitsltt, A. G. Little bus returned from dein|>hls where he spent several ays in a hospital undergoing realmc-nl. Maiviii Howell, a ministerial Indent ai Harding College, Scar:y, Ark.. Is spendinn a few days vllh Ills parents »t Manila. Miss Elsie Dull Benn, a sludeut t Freeci-Iiardcman College, licn- lei'son, Tcnn., lias arrived to spend lie Summer holidays with her 'amlly at Manila. Mis. H. N. Sweaiengcn and bro- tier, Carl Hass. of'l.epanto, went ,n Memphis yesterday 1 lo lie with their fattier. H. S. I3ass of Le- panlo, who underwent an operation under the direction of Lieut. Sam. Hbckcr on Saturday, May 29. ; Lievit. commnndcv L. C. Priest,-' man, Officer, In Charge, of the' Naval Aviation Cadet Selection Board In New Orleans has advised Chief, Horrcll that Lieut. Hockcr will Interview, conduct flight aptitude and preliminary physical examinations for seventeen year old high school seniors or graduates through June 2nd. The temporary Cadet SelectloTf Hoard requires Hint applicants for the tests have a scholastic standing In the uper one-half of the male enrollment of their class. Those who are approved as'a result of these examinations are sent to the New Orleans .Naval Aviation Cadet Selection Hoard for a final physical lest. Successful applicants arc Immediately sworn In <u> Apprentice Seaiiicn, Class V-5 and are returned home for orders to active duty at one of the nation's Naval Plighl Preparatory,School, The receipt of these 'initial orders includes u des- gnallon as Aviation cadet and the »y« then enter upon the most «x- cnsivc training program the Navy ins yet given. It Includes a thorough course in all the practical rcqUlrc- ncnts of ground work, body building ami flight training. This program covers a period of illhlly more than 18 months and Dcglns with Ihe assignment of Avlalloti Cadets to Naval Flight Preparatory School. The Cadets are graduated with commissions as Ensigns In the Naval Re.serve or as Second Lieutenants In the Marine Corps Reserve. They arc awarded "Navy wings" and receive an Initial salary of $240 per month, Miss Marilyn Dcen Is Awarded Honors Highest scholastic honors In tlie graduating class of the Junior High School went to Miss Marilyn Deeu, daughter of Mrs. George Smith, who won both the English award, given by the Woman's Club ami ic Social Science Medal prescnt- d annually by tlie Dud Cason 'ost, American Legion. Thomas Dell, son of Mr. ami Jrs, T. A. Dell, won the mathc- latlcs award. This cash gift also vas presented by the Woman's lub. The Woman's Club cash award as presented by Mrs. C. G. Red- nan, president of the organl'/.a- ion, with the Social Science Medal presented by the principal of ho school, L. C. Sanders. 'If Vou Suffer Distress Front's At The Hospitals Willis Admitted: Miss Marie Parsley, clly. Miss Ernestine Hnlsell, city. Miss Flora Ellen Twiller, elty. Miss Ginger Carol Sims, city. Mrs. Tluninau Gentry, city. Horn to Sergt. and Mrs. E. 0. Ambrose, city, a daughter, yesterday afternoon. Born lo Mr. ami Mrs. Loul.s Lunsford, Luxora, a son, Hits morning. Born lo Mr. and Mrs. C, D. Bennett, city, a daughter, this morn- Ing. Dismissed: Mrs. Robert Williams and baby, Arhiorel. Mr.s. Alvln Webster and at Memphis BnuUsl Hospital. Mr Bass is resllng very well. The; were accompanied by Mrs. J. 13 Pettlle. Mrs, E. M. McCall relumed fron Memphis yesterday where she spen several days consulting a specialist city. lslR Walters, nt. 3. Marie Davis, city. lUyUievillc Hospital Mrfi. Wilton Evans, Osccola. Dismissed: Jimmy Lloyd, city. Mrs. Bin Kins and baby, city. III/ Continnons Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:41 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KI.CN 9:00 i.m. 12:45 4:30 p.m. Last Time Today 'They Got Me Covered' with Bob Hope and Dorothy In moil r Paramount News anil Sport Short -FEMALE WEAKNESS Which Makes You Cranky. Nervous If at such times j/ou suffer from crumps, 1 backache, distress ol "Irregularities", periods of the blurs—due to functional monthly disturbances— Start at once—try Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, It not only helps relieve monthly pain but also acconipftnylny tired, nervous feelings of tills nature. This Is due to Its soothing effect on ONE or WOMAN'S MOST IMPOHTANT ORGANS. Plnklmm's Compound Is the best known medicine you can buy that's made especially for women. Taken regularly — Plnklmm's Compound helps bulUl up resistance against such symptoms, Also mine stomachic .tonlcl Follow label directions. MONDAY IS THE LAST DAY SUGAR STAMP 12 IS GOOD! • U you havo enough granulated sugar on hand, why not uee the remaining No. 11 sugar B la nips belonging to each member of y->ur family lor cartons of same of these variety-making DOMINO sugars: Granulaf?d Old Fashioned Brown. Confeeilontn XXXX Tablets Superfine YOU'LL CALL SATURDAY ial "J'crils of Nyolia" No, K anil 1 Selected Slmrls, Cont. Showing Salur. 1:00 to 11:30. Sunday & Monday '"I AM TONDELAYO!" hit on the screen* Kill Roaches Sift inlo every crock, crevice and runway where ronches are found. When toadies clean their feet, thuy taste powder — niul die. Complete directions for ils snfe , use on every p n c Ic n R o ! Sorry, our Bee Brand Insect Powder curtailed for >| duration. ^ Announcing Opening of Memorial Park Cemetery Choice Lots Available ,/ For Information Call Holt Funeral Home Phone 571 The world-famed Hcdy's most cxcittntg rolct ed during Ihe winter and spring, helping them enti home yesterday afternoon, •hen Mrs. Lent! was hostess lo the Pi'"' lllllll ' s 'huredny Contract Club for the liaWlltalion. inal meeting of the year. Guests for tlie nftnir were Mrs. puss the long hos- nUling In their re- L. Engler, Mrs. Walker JJaker, nd Afrs. H. I.. Wylie. Mrs. O. Camllll was awarded he high score prize, with second in Ihc More Ameirenns than eve 1 ]' before lire expected to wear puppies nnd Miss, A. Cutcliff of Amory' Mrs. Bertha Gill, Mrs. Russell Gill and Mrs Robert Priest presided at the refreshment table. DANCE • Satirday ! Nijht • •>- w 9$0 to 1 O'clock In the Beautiful BlieRooro .< of the ghl fit the Rustic Inn honorln " n Bevcrs, superintendent o gineerlng. who is being Irans- rcrt lo Texas. The 30 guests were cntciinincd th a toast and sirccch given by E. Clark, junior administrative sistant at Ihe sub-depot, after ilch they nttcmicd a dance at ic Woman's Club where 150 pco- e (fenced to music by Carl Yany's orchestra from Memphis. IBLE Per Pcnim this year as a personal Iribule lo those w]ui liavc 1 been killed, and lo aid the disabled, their families and Ihe families of the dead, it was ligh to Mrs. P. U. .loyncr in llic Pointed out. sridgc games. Negroes also will sell poppies in At the conclusion of Ihe party lls <lrivc he hostess served light, rcfrcsh- nents. TAlll.i: CUM GUESTS OF MHS. NAU.Y. Mrs. W. B. Nally enterlained the Triple Table club last night at her home with all members present. In the bridge games, high score prize was awarded to Mrs. Nnlly with second high to Mrs. Sam Sikes. 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