The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 21, 1943 · Page 2
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fAQsTWO BLYTHE7ILLE, (ARK.1 COURIER Miss Eddie Ruth Craig Weds Grover Lee Canada Mr" and Mrs E. A. Craig an- iioinjfc ilie marriage of their daughter. Miss Eddie Ruth Craig, irf Grover l*e Canada. SlieVes were I performed Saturday- nlgl it by Justice of Peaee.T. b. Cassidy. , Jfrs. Canada was graduated from the Blytheville High School .In 1941 and for-, the • post year . ..has been employed at. the ;. Fisher Aircraft Corporation in Memphis. . Mr'.. Canada, who Is the son of Mr. and 'Mrs, A: J. Canada of ,319 North Fifth street, was graduated .Irpm Elythevllle High (School In 1928. lie wns employed at Phillips Motor a»d Ijoy Eich Chevrolet , .until re- «Jitly. He lioir Is.. working at' the Sub-depot at the Blytheville Army All- Field. Mr. nnd Mrs:'; Canada will live here • '' ''"'• • ' L'uA' WAYNE CELEB RATES BIRTHDAY jBilly' Wayne Miller, son 'of Mr. and Mrs.. Eclair Miller celebrated hfs eighth birthday Sunday' with n, parly for 18 of his friends. Curing the afternoon games were played and balloons given as fav- 01B. . -. '.' • . '.• ^Sandwiches,- birthday -cak« . and ic* cream were served by Mrs. Miller for refreshments. WIN.TWO .HONORS AT G tORC, IA T SCHOOL Sam .Phillips- McKonxIc, son of Mr .and Mrs. W. M. McKciwle who recently, reestablished a home heie aftei Hying in Montgomery, Ala , for a number of ycais, lias been awarded two honors recently .it University of Georgia, Athens. In spite.of a former ruling that only upper classmen of students selected for'the'Gridiron, nn honorary national: society made up of students' and .men whose work In their chosen fields have been outstanding/ ho was chosen for membership lit this group while a freshman. ' .",-. f the ; 17 chosen, 13 were students at,the university. , He also has been chosen from Plii Delta Theta to represent this fraternity: In- the council of the school. Mr. Mckciufe k ii law studou. .' " '•-»•.* » MRS; BROWN. HOSTESS TO OPI'A BKinr.K CLUB • The Oc'tft ''Bridge Club was entertained , yesterday by Mrs. Lynn Brown at. the home of Mrs. A. E. floury, .with Mi's. -Carl coachman .the only guest. , In'the bridge gflines, high score was 'awarded to Mrs, Lynn Brown, with second high to Mrs. Bernard McFarland. : The .hostess served n dessert course at .the conclusion of the games. . Easter Ulies, beautiful potted 'pluits at many kinds. Azalea*, Hydrangea, Begonias, made-up-boxes of assorted plants. Coraajea of Gardenias, Roses, Orchids, Carnations and Violets. PLACE YOUR ORDERS EARLY and don't be disappointed—Join tlic Easier Parade with flowers. I'lunls Grown In Our Own Greenhou-ses. OPEN EVENINGS JDN'TIt SUNDAY Heaton's Home Of l< lowers 200 Davis \\c. Phone 54D HK1IHJK PARTY HONORS MKS. KOIIKKT 1'OKTEK Mrs. U. A. Lynch entertained members of the Double a Clulj last night, in honor to her daughter, Mrs. Robert Porter, H former member who Is visiting here from Detroit. Other guests for Oils affair were; Miss Mildred l,ou Hubbnrd, Miss Nancy Klrshner, Miss Mnr- jorie Warren and Mrs. Bpcnccr le.vjtmii 1 ! 1 , Miss Hubliard was awarded high score prize in the bridge games wltli second high to Miss Kirshner. At the conclusion of the games the hostess served n salad plate with cold drinks, •100 CLUB MKF.TS WITH SlltS. IvSTKS Mr.s. Tim Esle.s wns hostess-to the -loo Club yesterday with all members present. Bridge was played during Hit afternoon with prizes going to Mrs. William Koch for high and Mrs. Lafayette May second high, A dessert course was served Tor refreshments. * * • MAPLE <JHOVK OFFICER); IIUKI.KCTKI) YESTERDAY All officers licrvhig the Maple Drove Cemetery Association will be retained for another year, it was decided at u meeting yesterday afternoon nl the home of Mrs. J. W. Durham. Those I'ceiccten were: nits. Vf. M Crowe, of Huffman, president; Mrs. Bnlly Hublej-, vice -president and Mrs. E. P. .Blomeyer, secretary and treasurer. . • ' Mrs. Dick Webb of Mobile, Ala., a former member, who is visiting at the home of Mr. nnd Mrs.Frank Webb was a uuest. At the conclusion of the meeting :he hostess served a dessert plate for refreshments. Social Calendar «.N.M. cim: HAS CHEST fOIt MEETING The G. N. n. Club met with Mrs II. C. Hlnnken-sJilj) yesterday afternoon with Mrs. Hobcrt- Wecd- nmn the only gne.st. liunco was awarded to Mrs. Weedman, high to Mrs. Jimmy Terrell and Mrs. W. C. Colston low. The Raster motif was carried out In the tallies and refreshment plntc which consisted of n salad and Iced lea. it* .MRS. lill-KY J!. JONES IIAK imincK ci.ifn Mre. Jiiley B. Jones entertained the Tuesday Bridge Club yesterday aftcniocm with all members present. Spring flowers were used throughout the eittertnlnlng rooms where the (iiicsts played bridge. In the games, iilqh score wan awarded to Mr*. Moyd Stlckmon antl second high to Mrs. Doylo Henderson. Tlic hostess nerved a snlnd plate for rcfre.s-liinoiil.i. LOS A^GEIJJ.'J (UP)--The Ix)s Angeles Chamber of commerce has undertaken to equip the Second Filipino Tnfantry Regiment now stationed nl cnmp Mend with 4,600 two-foot bolo knives at a cost of 522,500. The regiment hopes to fight In the Philippines and figures that Hie bolo knives will he equally fls useful to them us their G'arand rilles. , ,.. BUY ASPIRIN that can do more for you than St. Joseph Aspirin. Why | )a y more? World's laiccst seller at lOc. Demand Si. Joseph Aspirin THURSDAY'S EVENTS Club Eight meeting with Mrs. C. C. Langston Jr. Mrs. Russell Phillips entertaining Thursday Luncheon Club. Mid-Week club meeting with Mrs. B. A, Lynch. Mrs. G. E. Keck will entertain Thursday Contract Club. Mrs. Dick Watson entertaining Triple Table Club. Mrs. Edgar P. Borum and Mrs! Spencer Alexander having bridge raity in compliment to Mrs. W. jr. I'ollard and Mrs. Robert Porter of Detroit, Mich. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Ross Moore will entertain C. B. C. Club. Mrs. Bud Lutes will be hostess to the C and N Birthday Club 7 !>.. m. at her' home PRETTIER THAN EVER THIS EASTER... *,:, , To Bolster Your Morale in Wartime! ^ rcmberg is concentrating on huts prettier than ever this season, because in wartime every woman needs the tonic that only a Rlamorous hat can give! And ... regardless of >vhctiicr you prefer bits of sentimental nonsense or creations of irrcsistablc beauty . . . you'll lind llu-m all at rein berg's! • ^ Priced From 1.99 to 4.99 feinberg's Fashion Shop njvmmrTr- — • --..--. - •• " " Ph. 2221 CAPE GIRARDEAU Smart New EASTER FROCKS ... By Evelyn Alden And Loina Leeds 95 Wonderful navies w i f h fresh lingerie trim—IKnrcr h r i f h I prints—cnclianfiiif* dirndls, jerseys, 'day anil nitp suit dresses'! You'll love the whole collection! Hundreds of Other Spring Dresses 5.99 to 19.95 FEINBERG'S Fashion Shop WEDNESDAY,-APRIL 21, 1943 Evangelist Weds Senior Class Plans To Present Plays The senior class of Blylhcvillc High School will soon present as Us annual dramatic production two one-act plays, "When Boy Friends Meet" and "While We Sleep." Majority of the casts have already been chosen and rehearsals start Immediately, It wax announced. The following committees have been appointed: business manager Gregory Atkins; tickets, nny Urown' chairman, Jackie Smith; adcrllslnij' Mason Day, chairman, L. E Staf- Mrs. Donald Cole wns before lier marriage April 4, Miss Vcra Tindell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. R, Tinilcll of joplln, Mo. Mrs. Cole, who has been an evangelist for the past five years, has conducted several evangelistic nieelincs near Cfiruilier.sville.- Mo., where she is well known. The first child born in an airplane was delivered to Mrs T. W. Evans flying over Miami, Pla, In 1929. foid, Paivln Walker, Ernestine Halsell, Billy Jean Smith, Barbara Child; stage flats, U E. Stafford, chairman, Parvln Walker, Bert Dugan, Dick Wilson; stage props, Gail Elch, chairman, James England. Noma Honchln, Helen Man- gruni. OARH OF THANKS We wish to publicly express, our appreciation to everyone who was .so kind lo us during the Illness and tlealh of airy H. Wright. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Wright liunicr Wngni. Elephants have a n - pound l>rain. You Women Who Suffer From HOT FLASHES *,.„ CHILLY FEELINGS . One hundred, eighteen different .taxes fire levied on the oil industry in the United States. During 38 to 52 Years • of Age! If 2/o»-like so many \vomen between the ages of 38 and 52- suffer from h«t flashes weak tired, dizzy, nervous feelings, distress of "Irregularities", are blue at times-due to the functional middle age period in a woman's life-start at once—try Lydla E Phikliam's Vegetable Compound'. 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Now,'when your dollars can keep the production lines'huuimiiijr iSow, when your Hollars can buy the tanks and guns and planes and ships our soldiers need to fight a winning war. Now, while there are still ten minutes before midnight. Your country is asking you to fend your dollars in greater amount than ever before. U is asking for 13 billions of dollars extra this month • -:. * ]<J » lU «»ns for the weapons of war to make sure that il is our .side which dictates the peace. If we do not win, the money you fail to lend now will be worse than useless to you. If we win, as W c must, the money you lend now will be returned with interest ... for you lo spend on the Rood things of life - . . for you to enjoy in a free and safe world. So dig down, Americans. Answer the challenge by buying- War IMUI securities (his month with every idle dollar you have except what vou need for the barest necessities of life. Don't wait for the War Loan Volunteer. Beat (he guy by going to your bank, investment dealer, broker, Post Office, or bond booth today. Have your money in your list . . .Mhc fet that can deliver the knockout blow to the Axis. Hut hurry . For it is ten minutes to midnight . . . «ar The hour that can strike tiie knell of doom—or the Messed song- of freedom. h Your dollars can call the tune. THEY GIVE THEIR LIVES... YOU LEND YOUR MONEY CHAS. S. LEMONS "Home Furnishings Moderately Priced" A Sermon To Challenge You! BY R. SCOTT BAIRD, B.D. "An Inescapable Question" Tonight 7:45 O'clock-The FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH On College Honor Roll Miss. Siillie Mothl* who attends Judson College, Marlon, Ala has been named to tlie college • honor roll for the fourth quarter Membership on Die Judson honor roll entitles the student to special .social ami currlcular privileges. •Miss Mathis, a freshman ihci'e It the daughter of Mr ami Mrs L'N Mathis of Blythevillc ' ' RHEUMATIC PUN tlni j«l Ipcll jour Oij_6(l ilt«, 11 n," Don't put off getting C-2223 to relieve pain of muscular rheumatism and other rheumatic pains. Caution • Use only as directed. First bottle purchase price kick if not satisfied COc mid $1.00. Today, buy C-2223 The Miracle In Permanent Waving! C'OI.I) ItAV, the modern, scien- (illc wive. ,V U heat—No machines. Drop In fo; details. , MARGARETS HBAU'J'Y SHOP JO-i S. First Wionc; Continuous Shows Every Day Bos Office Opena 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 ' .•- LISTEN TO KLCN ):00 «.m. 12:45 p.m, 4:30 p.m. J<as( Time Today Afreet of Chance' with Burgess Meredith and Cluiic Tm-or. 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