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BLTTHEVILLB (ARK.); COURIER NEWS .-TUESDAY,'.JUNE- Nellie J$ns WH Wed Rof.RayfulBrantley Jr. * ' - - ^ t Ellltttp Johns ann9unc« the «n- gagenifM ttrV* ^ steler f Mlss Nellie .Johns, to Tfcch. Sergt Roy iiayful 'Branttey Jr., of- Blythellle Army Air Field, son of Mr. and Mrs. JjiranUey ST., <H Sandersllle, '•The wedding will be' an interesting' event of the Summer. The bride-elect is the daughter of the'late Mrs, N.'Johns and Mr. Johns, »ho established a firm and erectot* .business property here many years ago After graduating from Blytheville High. School, Miss , Johns 'attended'-Onion' Unlierslty, Jackson, Tcnn ; for three years »here she liccame-a member of-Zeta Tau Al- plm, national social sorority. Scrgennl Brantlcy. who ' was 11cared in SaivderbVllle. was con nected with United Clay Corpora tion until he volunteer^ for Army service three years ago. In the Engineering Division, he \vas stationed at Maxwell Field Ala, before being transefrred to this' city a year ago when the nir base-was activated. •, f • • • LAKB ST. WOMEN PLAN FOR NtW STUDY COURSE. The-'Woman's Society., ol Chris nan Service, Lake Street Metho aist Church, 1 diet yesterday after noon at the church PInu were made at this time lor the new course of study which mil deal with Peace Mrs Bates SUntls was chosen as teacher Mrs. Iverson Morris gave trie devotional tmd "bible,study, topic of which was Worship Through'Si- lence. Prayers were ofT< s rert by Mrs George Crews and Mn Iverson Morris. Mrs.. George SUamlin, a former member who now lives in Port Smith; was a visiior. i * • • SIRS MIL1FR HAS EXECUTIVE; COUNCIL The executive board of the Woman's Council of'the First Christian Church, met yesterday afternoon o>t the home of Mrs V O Miller. Mrs R S Balrd opened the 'cssion with a piayer, after which tlie .president, Mrs J C Ellli piesided oier the business meeting At this time final reports for the year were' given by cominittee heads/! •> Light';. refreshments were served by tlie-hostess. SEVERAL GUESTS >ATTEND THREE .QUADS CLUB PARTY Mrs. 'Clyde Bunch cntertninet Uie>Three' Quads • Club last nigh at her koine when she had guests, Mrs Ruth Henderson Mr Paul Abbott and Miss r Vlrgtni Gaines.' The ''entertaining rooms wher the guests played bunco were dec orated .with' mixed- garden flower Mrs. Turner Kissell was awarde high score prize in tlie games play cd, L'with MLss Gaines bunco and Mrs* C B Klene low The conso Intion prize was given to Miss Melba Poster. AC'the conclusion of the games the ^icstess served a sandwich plate and, cold drinks I »»» f • The Bride Did NOT Wear Orange Blossoms Bits of New* Moid? Perietal lien Kenneth Young, son of Mr. and Mrs. IHiford Young, underwent a lonsillectomy today at Vails Hospital. John Smolherman, who is seriously ill of diabetes, has been le- novcd to lllythevillc Hospital. Tommy Wanlnglon,- who has a Enroulc home she visited at Jacksonville, I'1a., with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Allen who formerly lived Miss Ernestine Halscll, who has been'seriously 111 of an c-yc infcc- lion at Walls. Hospital, Is Improving' and It Is expected thai she will be able to return tomorrow to her homo, Her sister, Mrs. Horace Scrape of Memphis, arrived last week to I)C with her. - '; Mrs Lewis Wilson and daughter, Anna I/)" of Memphis have arrived for a visit with Mrs. Wilson's mother, Mrs- nan Stout, and family. I)r and Mrs, Paul L. Tipton who arc now In Memphis temporarily, will arrive tomorrow for a visit willi Mrs, H. L. Chambers. Their son, Maj. James <L. Tipton, is stationed there. . Nancy nlclmrds, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Richards, who suffered a broken foot when .she fell from a fence at the park last week. Is-Improving and able to bs about on crutches. 'Substitutes" is a familiar word to this year's wartime bride. She's showered with confetti instead of rice and old shoes; her ring is of palladium rather than platinum, which has been fro/en; rayon substitutes for pure silk satin and banquets of local blooms replace those of now-scarce orange blossoms. So In the spirit of I04;t this lovely bride chooses a simple shower bouquet and headdress of pale yellow and white sweet peas, which carry out the two-toned effect of her gold and palladium wedding and diamond engagement ring set. This gown of warm white rayon .satin has a yoke of triple sheer net joined to the satin with rose petal scallops. Have Family Dinnei 1 Mr. and Mrs. Fred S. Sallba entertained with a family dinner Sunday night at which announcement, of the engagement of their cousin, Miss Nellie Johns, to Tech. Sergt. .R.oy iiayful Brantlcy Jr., was made to relatives present. • The tight- guests were scaled" tit the -dining :ioom table, decorated with pink roses in a low bowl as a centerpiece for the lace cover. • * • DAUGHTER BORN. Mr., and Mrs. Kllierl A. Crowe of Memphis, formerly of here, announce (lie birth of a baby girl The" baby . has been named Rita Kay and is the second child of the Crowes. • • • CLASS TO MEET. The Ladies Bible Class of the First Methodist Church will nice at .the church Friday at 2:lf o'clock. From there they will go to the home of Mrs. E. V. Hill to a business and social meeting. Social Calendar VISITORS -HONORED WltH DINNER PARTY Mfs. J. Parrls McCalla entertained with '•« dinner party last nigrit for 12 rh honor of Mrs. John Ben| Bomar arid Mrs Kavanaugh Francis, who.;, formerly lived here and- are' now -visiting at the home I 'WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS of their parents, Dr. and Mrs. L. Elmwood Cemetery Associatloi H ftlbore ajid_M.r and Mrs Tom I meeting 2:30 p. m. with Mrs. Cc A LiUl£ , v cil Shane. Th» two;course dinner was s«rv- Mrs. Cornelius Modinger enter ed frtnfi three small tables placed tabling, Town and Country Club, in fJietUving'Vobm of the McCalla A.b.b. Club meeting with Mrs. J home.-U'hidi 'was .decorated withU^rris Mcalla. roses and mixed garden flowers Mrs. V. G. Holland will be hos IiJ the bridge games high score U* 88 to Wednesday Contract Club. pri!¥ was awarded to MASS Mildred I THURSDAY'S EVENTS . Lou- Hubbard The guests were presented gifts from the hosier •lylhevillc Man 'Weds At Camp Wallace, Texas HANDKERCHIEF SHOWER HONORS MRS. POWELL. M)-s^J T \Vestbrook entertained \\itli >a handkerchief shower Friday night, complimenting Mrs Ray Eslel'e Gill of Conway. Powell who k moving to Little I Ulc rn>urs(la S' Luncheon Clnb. Mrs. Rupert Crafton entertaining Club Eight . Double Four Club meeting with Mrs. Ira Crawford. Triple Table Club will meet wl'-h Mrs ' Otl ° Scrtl l> e Mrs - A - G - Litllc entertaining CAMP WALLACE, Tex., June 1 —Miss Lorena Marble Kirk, (laugh T Of Mr. and Mrs. Albert I? irk, became the bride of Capl amcs Henry Smith, son ot Mrs ames' P.. Smith of Ulyllievllle irk., in' ii candlelight "certmon liinday evening. May 1C, at Hi 'amp Wallace chapel. Chaplain Hoy M. Price performc lie ceremony. The bride was attended by Mlf lary Louise Stovall of Irving, 'exas, as maid of honor and Miss Vfargjirct I Jerry of DHWSOII, Texas, bridesmaid. Lieut. Donald B. Conroy of Holywood, Calif., served as best man, Lieut. Donald Owen of Oconono- vac, WIs., Lieut. Earl E. Emery of (ochcslcr, N. Y., and Lieut. Hugh \rchcr of Crest-wood, N. Y., were .ishers. Patsy Heard of Houston, Texas, was flower girl. The bride, who was given In marriage by her father, wore a gown of white mnrinilscltR and lace fashioned with long sleeves, lilted bodice and full ruffled skirt. A short veil fell from the halo ol lace She carried a single white orchid A reception was held immediately following the ceremony at officers' headquarters at Camp Wallace. After the reception, the couple left on a short wedding trip to ttlc Rock. Ark. The bride was Graduated iron Texas State College for Women where she served as president o he roundtablc organi/ation. Slv is at present a member of Hie fac nlty at Ball High School. Calves ton, Texas. icg injury received in a football iccidenl novel-til years ago, Is ut Walls Hospital where he is to be placed In a cast. ' Mrs. \yillliiin Crawford, formerly of Honolulu, and who 1ms been with her parents, Mr. and Mis. W. L. Phillips of Hermondale, Mo., since the Pearl Harbor attack, has gone to Hot .Springs, Mont., to .visit Miss Katherlnc Seat, also of Honolulu. Mrs. Crawford was before her man-Inge, Miss Evelyn Phillips of Biylheville; Miss Mary Blackstonc, n student muse at Harris Hospital,: Port. Worth, Texas Is visiting for tluee weeks at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Blflckslonc. Mrs. Ida -Thompson of St. Louis is spending two weeks ut y the homo of bor uncle, Mr. and Mrs. J. H.- Humphreys and faniily. ' Mrs. liaker Wllsbii left yesler- :iay for Fayctlevllle, where she will jciul several weeks with her soli Illy Eldridgc who attends the nivcrsitj ot Arkansas. Mrs. Samuel P. Norrls has re- ji-iicd from Rochester, Minn., 'here she went two weeks ago for n examination at Mixyo Clinic. Oliver and Earl Pride CopiKdge lave recovered from an illness of hickcn pox. Mrs. Otto Bradbcrry, Mrs. Gene Jradbeuy an<l children, Diane and I'ommie, of Roseland, arc expected (i return within a few days from Rochester, Minn., where they have spent several weeks whille Tommie Bradberry was at St. Mary's Hos- liital for treatment. He now is believed to be fully recovered. Warrant Officer and Mrs, Joe Yates left this morning for their home In Homestead,, Flu., after spending n 14-day furlough with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Hodge motored them to Memphis. Miss nose Lynn Yalcs Is spending a week's vacation with friends and relatives in Dexter and Advance, Mo. Mis. Raymond Cobble is ill al her home at 425 East Kentucky. Mr. and Mrs. Newton Tharpe and children of Fort Worth, Texas, left for their home yesterday after spending several days here with ' relatives following 'the funeral of Mr. TImrpe's brother, the late Floyd Tharpc. Mrs. T. J. Bailey and children Two Yarbrn Groups To Sponsor Program Both the Yarbro school and home demonstration club will prol- 11 from an entertainment, plan; for which were announced .tocia> by the W'o sponsoring groups. '- Proceeds from "an evening of filn". lo be held Thursday night 8:15 o'clock, at the . school auditorium, Mill, bo divided among the two groups, Two one-act plays "Sparkin" and "Oh, Doctor", which won flist prizes In the recent play Tournament, will be among the presentations. • In Hollywood 11V IMiSKINi: JOHNSON I/ou Co.stello look a pull on a cigar, punched the pillow of the lo.spilal bed he has not left in 12 weeks and admitted yesterday that ic's teen a "g-g-g-good hoy" but .hat it will be some time before lie returns to Hie camera or the microphone. Dr. Victor Kovner, who has been .reatlng the comedian since he was stricken with rheumatic- fever early In March, nodded his head. "A very good patient," said 13r. Kovner. In Ills first Interview Mnce his Illness, the chubby half of the Bud Abbott and Lou Costello comedy team—the nation's theater box office champions—Invited me lo his bedside in his San Fernando Valley home yesterday to settle a lot of rumors. No. Lou Costello lias not been smuggled out of Hollywood to Saianc Lake or to tlie Mayo Brothers' clinic. His legs arc not . ... c paralyzed. He will not be crip- \ u small public address system passed. The severe pain has gone. Jomplcle recovery is only a matter of lime. Meanwhile, Urn energetic Costello will have to remain in bed, upsetting a million dollars' worth of picture and radio contracts. "Hut at least we won't starve," says I.ou. Under a Lloyds of London insurance policy which costs him $'_'(;00 a year, Costello will collect $1250 a week for 104 weeks, or until he returns to work. "And," says he, "there's no Income tax on Uic p.iyinents. "How do I keep from going nuts?" Co.stello puffed on his cigar, his fifth in 12.weeks (normally he smokes from 15 to 20 a day) and looked out the big window beside his Ijed to the back yard where two of his three children,, G-yciir- old Patricia Ann tind 4-year-old Carole I.ou, were glaring ut C!l cli otbcr, lists clenched, about to mix it up over possession of a doll "Listen," said Lou, switching ' on At The Hospitals Walls Hospital Admitted—. Tuinmlc- Warringon. city. , Ben Kenneth Young, city. Howard Caldivell, city. Dismissed— Patricia Man Hurley, city. Flora Ellen . Twilh, city. ' lilyilievHle Hospital Admitted— Gene Higglns,.ciiy, Mrs. Agnes Ellison, city. Mrs. G. C. "Howcilon, O.sceola. i John Smothcrman, linrtietd. Dismissed— c Mrs. Jack Blair, city. pled for life, Hi: lias not lost so much weight, lie could, double for the Thin Man. He's lost only 15 pounds and on him It looks good. 'Costello," said Dr. Victor Kovner, "Is on the road to recovery. It's only a matter of time. And that, of course,. we eanuol prc- ilct." "I'll he out of bed by mldsiun- ner," said Costello. "Ur.' Kovner las done a swell job. It's all up o me now. "And I can do it. I've icon a y-K-B-g-good boy." fi<> IllltTIIDAY I'ltliSKNT The comedy star was stricken with rheumatic fever on his birth- ay last March C. it slarlcd in Ills loft leg, which became stilt but not paraly/.cd. 'The pain," said Costello, "was like a thousand toothaches." Then il left his left leg and went lo his right. For several weeks it, jumped from legs lo arms and hands, anil back to legs. It slill does, but the crisis has he- .side-his bed. "All right, ail right —break it up," the Coslello voice boomed out Into tlie back yard Mrs. Lou, dozing in a swing beside the swimming pool, almost fell Inlo the water. Patricia Ann and Carole Lou looked tip, •run for cover. "Kee." chuckled Lou, "keeping the kids out of tumble kceiw me busy. I can talk lo any room hi the limi.sc, lo.nny place on Hie grounds." When he isn't walchlng over the kids, Ixm rends all the newspapers, listens to Hie radio, has his h<>d wheeled into a .small theater beside Ills bedroom xvheve he runs IB -111.111. prints of all the latent movies. Dr. Kovner permits only a few visitors—Partner Hud Abbott; their writer, John Grant, and old friend Ann Corlo. There's tons of mall; too, from all over the world, all wishing htm a speedy recovery.- And of coin-so there are the usual letters with home remedies for rheumatic fever. One fellow told him' to wear steel ring—guaranteed that 11 would/eliminate all the poison. A woman In Nebraska lold him to put a potato in his pocket. "If you don't have a pocket," she wrote, "just pin the iwtuto to your pajamas." But the topper was a letter from a guy in Oregon who wrote: "Slice two dozen onions into a quart of .scotch. Then dig a hole in your' back yard and dump in the scotch and oninns. Six days later cat a tcaspoonful of dirt from the hole and you'll be cured." Lou Coslcllo hasn't .succumbed to any home remedies but he is following his 'doctor's orders. As he says, "I've been a g-B-B-g- E-good boy." News Of WAACs, WAVES and SPARS Alls. Inez T. Holmes of Route 2 and Aux. Georgia p. Holmes. Route 1; Blylhcvllle, were gradualcd May 22 from the administrative school of ,lhe second WAAC Iraining ceu- ler al Dnytona Bench, Pla. :Aux. Helen Laster, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Laster of Tyler, Mo., has just been assigned to 'work on Hie line in the Army Air Forces at Williams Field, Chandler, Ariz. She will-drive, fill nnd service refueling trucks which deliver oil and gas to planes on (lie Held. Auxiliary Laster was formerly a beauty operator and S!il«E clerk. She.waS a student at Ooiiler. High, Cooler, .Mo., where she won the record of being tl.iL best girl athlete and was captair have been called lo Jackson, Miss., |of the basketball learn. " the serious illness of FRIDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Fred Bcnn will entertain the C. B. C. Club. Mrs. T. W. Jcffcries and Mrs. J. Tie 12 present spent the evening playing bunco, with prizes being nwaYded to, Mr. T W Jeffries for lowland, Mrs. R E. Van Hooser Frank Tomlinso » entertaining will winmng the travelling and ^ Kh aJ«JdgeUmclicoii In honor of Miss prizes ' ' — After the gifts were presenled to tfce honors, the hostess served home wade ice cream and cake » * •• • • W. M. U. MEETS AT.BURSK HOME. The Women's Missionary Union of the Calvary - Baptist Church meL,J#4. night at Uie home of Mrs,-Ethel Burks with 10 members and-three yisitors present. After "the"" business was taken car^ of the missionary lesson was laught by Mrs G, W. Archer. The topfc wa»,.-How to organize and conduct*. ,« ^ Woman's Missionary Caiitnin Smith is n Rraduale o the University of AHibamn, wher he was a member of Tlietn 01 friaternity. l ] rior to joining IV Army, he was secretary-treasure 'of tlie Southern States Construe tion Co., and the Pnllcx Oil nn Gas Co., both of Houston. because of her father. II. A. Rlcknrd. I Lloyd Ulomeycr wont to New Or- nns Sunday where he will take physical examination for the avy. Miss Lynnelte Tucker, daughter ' Mr. and f,frs. C. F. Tucker, who as been n student at "Ole Miss" ils year, went to Memphis yestcr- :ty where she will be a maid of onor in the wedding of n former Dominate, Miss Norma Monoghan, •hasc wedding to . Albert Mcllin \very Jr., will be solemnized tomorrow night at 8 o'clock al Mad- sou Heights Methodist Church. ,'Iiss 'nicker, with another maid if honor complimented the bride- o-be with a luncheon today at iotcl Pcabody. Mr. and Mrs. Ii. F. Parks of Memphis spent tho weekend here vith Mr. Parks' mother, Mrs. C. E. *arks, before Mr. Parks leaves 'or the Navy. Dr. E. C. Budd, comity health director, lins gone by plane to Sn- .icla, Colo., because of the critical iilne.ss of his father, Edward Budd. Lieut, and Mrs. E. H. Davis are the gitcst.s of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Richards en route to thcr station in Greenville, S. C. Mrs. Harvey Morris returned Sunday from West Palm Beach, Fla., where she .spent several weeks with her .son, Harvey Morris, seaman 2c of the U. S. Coast Guard. Women who suffer SIMPLE If lack of-bloou-lron makes you pale weaX. "droBBCd out"—try Lydla Pink liam's TABLEIS—one of tho test am, tiutciest home ways to help build n| red blood to get more strength nm promote n more vigorous bloodstream— In EucH coses. Plnkham's Tablets nr one ot tho greatest blootl-lron tonic, you can Vmyl Follow Inbel directions Leachville News C. L.. Smith, \vlio for n. number years h'is spent each Snimnei t n distant vacation point, will e nearer home .this year. Because of war conditions he III not travel far but is to spend irce montlu: at lX\sare, Ark., where e will hunt and fish. Before the war, Mr. Smith hac [lent several Summers in Nov: cotia and on his boat "Mona" rnisinj; in the New ngland wat rs. along with visits in Canadr nil New York. Last Summer, be spent thrc iionlhs in Minnesota and Canada WORRY, WORflY, WORRY ///^HEADACHE! I t'B tad tnou i?h to worry, ithout BUlTerinv from head- :h*. too. Tafca Capudln* to lieve Uio pain uuil.GuoLha ner vea uyaut by tbc puln. Cap- udinu ia Jiiiuid — no wailing for it to ilis&ulvc, before or after taking. Use only es ill- CAPUDINE BINGO PARTY Catholic Hall Tliursiluy, June 3, 8 p. m. Itciirlit of Allai- Society ADMISSION 35c Mother's Friend tteJpn bring ease and comfort to expectant mothers. M OTHER'S FRIEND, on exquisitely prepared emollient. Is iiKclul hi all condl- _ tlons wlicre u bland, mild anodyne mas- ER&U medium In skin lubrlcntlon ts desired. One condition In which women for more than 70 yenrs have used It is an application for massaging the body during pregnancy ... It helps keep the skin soft flTid pliable. ..thus avoiding unnecessary discomfort due to tlrynesa and tightness. It refreshes and tones the skin. An Ideal massage application for t lie numb, tingling or burning sensations of the shin., .tor the tired back: muscles or crrirhp-llhc pains tiv'tne tees'.' Quickly absorbed. Delightful to use. Mother's Friend Save Pats To LICK The AXIS! 'High ly prnlscil by users, many iluctora and . Just nsfc :my druggist for Mollitr'e d— tljti skin lubrkant. Try it tomtit Announcing Opening of Memorial Park Cemetery Choice Lots Available For Information Call Holt Funeral Home Phone 571 HtUtVE BED SORES Ktw, Bootlio chnfo. Form medicated com of protection liclwccnalcinumiclmfingbed- clollics with Meieana, formerly Mexican Heat Powder. Tfce American Legion Auxiliary will' have »" business meeting at 8 e^clock tonight at Jh»" Hut. Miracle In - *"_ Permanent Waving! BAT, «M N* h««t— N* ; :: BBAUTT SHOP SWELL TASTE EXTRA MILDNESS CAMELS HAVE 601 WHAT IT TAKES! IN THE ARMY they say: "GENERAL'S CAR* for t for expert gunner for credit (as opposed to cash) for the favorite cigarette with men in the Army Bargains /NTHCSCRVICe The favorite cigaretle with men in ihe Army, Navy, Marines, and Quit Gu.ml i> Camel. (Bucd on actual salcj tcconl> ia POM Eicb»fli« and Cimteu.) amcl National Wide Sheets Sizes 63x99 - - - 81x99 - - - 81x108 Limit 2 To A Customer The Quantity Is Very Limited-Come Early! Doors Open 8:30, A. M. No Phone Orders— No Layaways Bake Better With No Shortening With SHIBLEYS Best Flour -r-It's Oven Tested ^^l^^i^^B^H^^^^^^^^^^^«^— I II A Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 OSTEN TO KLON 9:00 a.m. 1Z:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Bartaln THEY SCRAM HHEH YOU V 'Tuesday & Wednesday Young and Willing with William Hnlilrn anil Susan Ilayward Sflecteil Sliorts ROXY Every Nleht Except Saturday. Fox Oflicc Opens 6:45 Show Klarts 7:00 C'«ntlnnotu Shows Sat. and Som. Tuesday & Wednesday

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