The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 2, 1943 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, June 2, 1943
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no* TWO BLTTHKVILLE '(ARK.); COURIER NEWS. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2,-1943 Many-Parties To Precede Wedding Of Miss Phillips ,...t» > , TliV'weddlng of Miss Elizabeth Calhou'n Phillips and Second U*ut. Robert Oliver Phillips ol Butler, Penii., to 'be ^solemnized June 12, will .'tolldjj a number of interesting affairs planned. Lieutenant Phillips, night leader in the -Army' Air Forces now sta- tioned,;nt Will Rogers Field, Okla- homaiClty, Okla., expects to arrive two days before the wedding and so will be nble to s attend the final pai tics. Adding interest to the affairs will be-presence of several out-of- town guests who are coming for the rites.- .••• ' Miis'Nclda Majnre of Meridian, Mi=s.,-lo be maid of honor, already is here. Miss Julia Wade Kochtltzky of Columbus, Miss.', who formerly lived here, will arrive Friday,. Joining another bridesmaid, Miss Nancy Ann Hughes, to come home from Memphis • where she is attending Southwestern College for the Summer.' term..,,.. Aft-ivlng liext .Wednesday will be Mrs, Howard Ford of Fort Belvoil, Va.,v cousin of Miss PliUHps nnd wlio'ls to be matipn of honor; nu aimf Mrs. Patty Knight and daughter. Jvlrs. J. M. Hniley of Nnshivlle. Ten*., and Mrs. A. J. Towir of Grosse Point, Mich., to be house- eueift. of Mr. ' and Mrs. Russell Phllji'ps. and Mrs. Otto Kochlit/Jty of oolumbus, Miss,, who Is to visit Mr.'and (Mrs. J. A. Leech. Tlib first ]»rty will be given to niorlpw by Mrs. Bernard Gooch nndiMrs: Charles Crlgger .Jr., aunts of the bride-elect, who -will enter- 'tnlirTVrllli a luncheon and lingerie shower at'the Crigger home . Mrs. O.W.'.-'AHHck' and. daughter, Miss* Mary .Jean Afflick, will be 'hostesses to a luncheon Friday at Hole) Pcdbody, Memphis, when guesjs will be feminine members ol (tie bridal party. •"AJiimchc'on: is to be given Saturday H)y Mrs. S. A. Lynch at her lioinc. Nffct -week's events -will begin Moiiday night when Mrs. p. F. Kirstmer nnd daughter, Miss Nancy Kirsjiner, will have a party at their Win Scholastic Honors Bite of News Mostly Penonal of Highest .scholastic honors In the graduating class ol Blythevllle High School this year were won by 'Miss Gwendolyn Orr, iibovc, (laughter of W. N. Orr, with second highest honors awarded In Lloyd lilmncycr, left,-soil of Mr. nnd Mrs. E. v. ulomcyer. Miss Winifred'Goodrich Is Bride-Of Kentuckian Mrs. tC«iV Shane, Mrs. J. H. Elkihs ilia-Mrs.- T. P. Wright will enteYlaln'-TTuesdsy. at the Shane home witfi-- 1 al ; lunoh'eon.'.'.'•. A-breakfast If to 'be given next Wednesday.' morning •; by, Mrs.. Harry KlrSy nndiMrs. R: 1... Stockelt, at, the Kirby'home. Mr and iMrs.'Harry W. Halnes a supper party Thursday night,.June 10, at their home for-members of the fanily ".• nnciftnit 'of town- guests. "." Mtes Kochtltzky and Miss Hughes ' wiilientcrtnln with a supper parly ' Friciiy night, June 11, i\t the home of J4rs Hughes' pirents, Mr. mxl Mrs^Ross D Hughes, for the final affsgr. e- .* * * KI-feOMHIA CIUB IS ENTERTAINED <" 'tliff M G Goodwin was hostess to Ihc. BI-Monlhiy Club lesler- day^afternoon at her home with all Jnembcrs 'present: TSe enlcrtainin? rooms where Ihctguests were entertained »eic decanted with snapdragons and . reel isplrca. ^ - High score abridge . prize was awarded to -iMrs.-,- Qoodwln with secdfld high to Mrs A M Butt fallowing the games the lios- tcssi served IIgilt'. refreshments. The marriage of Miss Winifred Good! luh, daughter of Mrs. E. A. Goodrich and the. late Mr. Ciood- rlch of Ulythevlllc, to John May- rpril Thomas of Knoxvlllc, Tent)., nnd GIlberlsvilUvKy., was solemnized Sunday 9 a. in. at the First Methodist Church of Heldlnnd, Ky., with the licv. Lester U. Ka.son performing the rites in the presence of members of the family nnd close friends. The brlite wore a Rlelie creation of dusty rose trimmed with embroidered rn'gnnxii and imported val lace, with n Richards handmade hat nndishort veil with navy accessories. Her corsage was of white rosebuds niul tiny carnations. Miss Vcra Eliaibclh Goodrich, f-istcr of tile bride, her only attendant, wore white chllton, hand blocked In navy blue print, with a peplum at the line, Hoi corsage was of pink rosebuds nnd while carnations. P. D. Casper served as best man The bride was graduated from Blythevllle High School and attended Henclrlx College, Conwny Ark. For the past two years slit, lias been employed us secretary to the construction .superintendent of Kentucky Dam at Gllbertsvillc. The bridegroom was graduatcc from the Knoxvllle High Schoo nnd has been employed us genera marine foreman al Kentucky Dam for the past .several years. The couple left Immediately for a week in the Smoky Mountains and will reside at Giluerlsvllle, Ky., until the completion, of the Dam. f Arkansas. < i-MIss Constance DenUm, *ho'has attending school at Mldvlllc, Ga., )ia.s arrived to spend a lays with her parents, Mr. few and tlflh with Church al Oklahoma City, the Rev. Paul Galloway of noNoiii:i> VITII liKIIHli: 1'AUTV. llose.s, huby lit'call! and cornflow- '« decorated the entertaining oonis of thp Usrey home last night ,'hcn Miss Mnry Spain Usrey and ,Jrs. T., P. Wright entertained vlth a dessert bridge party hon- rlng Mrs. John lion ISomar and Mrs. Kavanaugh Francis wlio are be guests of their parents here. As the , 20 guests entered, they vcrc .seated at .small lables which lold bud vases filled with rases iiul Imby brenth, nnd were served a dessert with deml tussc and salted nuts. After refreshments were served ,he evening wns spent In playing iridge. . Hlyh score prifce was awarded • to Miss Hetty Lee Mc- Jutchen wltli second high to Mrs. Jiiines Terry. Miss Mae Dlxon mitl Mrs. Conrad Dlever were tea Food Conservation Meeting Planned At Seliool Frkh ay Sttiflents Win Spelling Honors Ii>'Grade School Perfect spelling records for four ycatis, from the third through the sixtji, were made by two Blythe- vill*' girls. They arc June Autry, froin the Lange school, nnd Ann Skejton from Central. Perfect spelling records for 1942194» were made by these children from Central Ward:' Tjjird Grade: Ann Gatens. Fifth Grade:" Patty Bartholomew, Martha Ruth Davis, Jamie Foxj Alede Freeman, Bill Hamll- ton.,Keimeth Hood, Franklin Hunt, Cany Mason, George Reed, Dorothy Rice, Charles Wheeler, Dorothy* Jean Reagan. Fourth Grade: Dick Reid, Donald* Rice, Marvin Ross, Graham Sudmiry, John Wilks nnd June Mil^iorn. Sfath Grade: Lucien Colcnitm, Jimmy Lowe, Don Peterson, Rus- f,cll'Thilllps, Roberta Bracey, Bct- • • ty flell Holland, Ann Skelton and GajFi Garrigan. , Children who attended Lange Scljtol who made iierfcct spelling records were: Third Grade—Bobby OWMIS nnd Marian Stanfleld. Fourth Grade: Betty Nell Tom- linstn Fjlth Grade: Shirley King nnd Mary Jo Eaton. STxth Grade: June Autry. In' Sudbury School honors were grun to the following children loritheir perfect records In spell- ingTIor the year 1942 and 1943. Tjird Grade: Billy Jo Brown- lng£ Bobbie Carolyn Esles and Carolyn Davis. Fourth Grade: la- \entia Crump^ Fifth Grade: Mary Jary Goforth/Freddie Louise Garner,. Betty.. .Sue Lovelace, Helen Martin, Charlene Mullins, PaUy Jx>iT Pope, Nancy Shively, Martha And Sisk, Sarah Ann Smother- maft, Louise Sullivan, Larry Lutz, Clarence Sulton. Sixth Grade: Gajr Nell Crecelius, Joan Lute, Chides Mcpahlc],' Graham Partlow, Jackie Phillips, Luella Alley nndr Mary Jane Haynes. > i 1^ Yarbro district, perfert rec- ordf for 1M2-1M3 In spelling were »a*e by. Ells Ray Swain, Millie AnftVMallory and Barbara Ann Johnson lor third grade. In the • i 10 "!" 1 «r«de,.Jerry HotllngsworUi, I ',Oe«ge p. Kenson, Lucreta Bunch ••^-tntf-Jo»n Whittle. MARTHA NICHOLS HAS BIRTHDAY I'ARTY Martha Niehols, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Nichols, entertained 20 friends last night at her home hi honor of her ninth birthday. . The entertaining rooms were decorated with mixed garden flowers. The evening was spent In playing bingo, when each guest won a prize. The hostess served homemade ice cream and cake. Miss Ann Sticker of Ncttleton. Ark., and Miss Emily Cocke of Jacksonville, Pin., were out-of- town guests. • • • TUESDAY BRIDGE CLUB MEETS YESTERDAY Mrs. Murray Smart was hostess to the Tuesday Bridge Club yes- lerday afternoon at her home. Mixed summer flowers were used throughout the entertaining rooms where the guests played. High score prize wns nwnrdcd to-Mrs. Smart with second high to Mrs. Joe Trieschmann. The hostess served a sandwich plate and coffee at the conclusion of the games. * * • MRS. MAliRY HOSTESS TO CLUB MEMHEKS Mrs. Tom Mabry wns hostess to the 400 Club yesterday afternoon at her home with Mrs. Shields Edwards and Mrs. El wood Scott as guests. The afternoon was spent In playing bridge with high score prize awarded to Mrs. Herman Hoffman and second high lo Mrs. Pat Brown. A sandwich plate with cold drinks was served at the conclusion of the games. Au Important food conservation meeting will be held Friday in the Home Economics Cottage of the Blytheville High Schoul under the sponsorship «f the Consumer Interest and Nutrition Committee. The hours lire from 10 o'clock until a p. m. with one-half hour off tor lunch, Demonstrations will be made on the 'use of a pressure cooker, brining, dehydration, use of water bath nd insect control. Interested people who live In this mt't of the county were urged to Utcml, by .those. In charge. Tlie following will instruct dur- ng the day: Miss Cora Lee Cole- nun, Miss Emily Dale Gray, Miss, "tanilllc lioMnnon, M.lss M/.n'nie Foster, Mrs. Freeman Robln.smi and William Fnught. Charles liuford Young, son Mr. and Mrs. liuford Young, been dismissed frqm Walls. Hospital after having undergone, a ton- slllcetomy, J. M. Fowler, who wns stricken critically ill Monday of a heart attack, Is much Improved today. Ir III heiilth for several months, Ills condition became more serious abou three weeks ago. 'Mr. and Mrs. Roy A. Dean anc son, Hoy Jr., of Galnaivillc, Fla. arrived yesterday, having heen call ed to the bedside of Mr. Dean'. foster father, J. M, Fowler, wl Monday suffered n heart attack 'I hey are guests of Mr. and- Mrs Fowler and Mrs. Dean's sister, Mr* Samuel F. Norrls, mid family. Mr. and Mrs. Wcrt Akin and Miss i' Odie Adkln of Joncsboro are guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Don S. lliilcy. Mr. Akin and -Miss Akin arc brother. and slsler of Mrs. Haley. Mrs. Gllllam Starkcy wns rc- liioved today by ambulance to Humes Hospital in St. Louis, where she will undergo treatment. In ill health for two years. Mrs. Starkey's condition has become more serious. Mrs. E. M. Regcnold mid son, John Etl, arc visiting Mrs. Regenold's sister, Mrs. Tom Phillips and family .of Sherman, Texas. - Mrs. Sarah Lou McCutchen who hits been attending Sophie New* comb Coltc-gc, New Orleans, has arrived home. Miss Evelyn Shlbley arrived yesterday from Brookhaven, Miss., wrerc she lias been attending Whitworth College the past year. She will spend the Summer will) her parents, Mr. and Mra. A. G. Shlb- ley. Mr. and Mrs. W. u. Oarrolt and two children will live in the Hogan house. 1010 Chlckasawba, formerlj occupied by the Thomas Powells. Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Bond ami young son. "Sammy", of Memplilr were (he week end guests of Mrs, Bond's sister, Miss Willie Nebhnt, and other relatives. Mi-, and Mrs. B. F. Brogdmi and Sergt. and Mrs. Kenneth liarnette went lo Mississippi today and later will go to Ohio to s|>ciul their vacation. Steve Brooks Jr., and Billle Schmuck went, to Fnyettevillc, Ark., today where they will attend the Summer se.sslon of the Univcrs: Mrs. W. I. Denton licfore returning o her school for Ihe Summer session. Miss Virginia Williams, daughter of Mr. and Mis. Sam Williams, 'etiiriieil to her home lost night after attending Fasslfern School for iris, Ilcnders'onvllle, N. 0. this year. Miss Williams has been ac- ,lve In many phases of- school life at Fiisslfern 'this session, having been a member of the Lambc Delta Sorority, the Riding Club, the Junior Glee club and the "Varsity" Softball team. Louis Lynch and. Billy. Wilson, students at Castle Heights Military Academy, Lebanon, Tenn,, arrived Monday night to sirend the Summer with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. : A. Lynch and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wilson. 4 (Miss Kmlly Cockc of Jacksonville, Fla., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. iMurvin Nnnn. Mrs. E. A,, Ooodrlch, Miss Vern Elizabeth Goodrich and brother, Bobby, went to Rcldland, Ky., Sunday where they attended the wed- dl»(t of their daughter and sister, Miss Winifred Goodrich to John Mayford Thomas of GlllieiUivllle, Ky. -. Ensl;!n Butler Barksdalc, .stationed nt Norfolk. Va., Is spending n 10-day leave here .with his mother, Mrs. J. D. Barksdnle and other relatives. The condition of Mrs. J. H. Smart Jr., who Is 111 in Memphis Baptist Hospital is much Improved. W. 11. McMullin who was stricken with n heart attack last Saturday is Improving rapidly at Bly- thevllle Hospital. Forrest city, Ark., oiriclnllng. Miss Tlirclkcld was (jraduated from Classen Ulsh School, wliero the was a member of Merry Mnhls Club. Hl»! later nHendcd Christian College, Columbia, Mo., and Oklahoma City University where she was a member of Pill Tlieta Kappa, national scholastic fraternity. Major Harwell attended t h c Webb School, liell iiucktc, Twin,; Vanderbllt University, Nashville, where he was a member.of Phi Delta Than Fraternity, and Tulanc University, New Orleans, from where he received bis degree from the school of medicine. He was member of Nil Slgnifi Nil, medical fraternity there. Ills Internship was served al the Methodist Hospital, Memphis, after which he WiiK house physician before enlisting In the Army Medical Corps. He Is now flight surgeon in the Army Air Forces mi' stationed nt the Hnsic • Plyin School, Maiden, Mo. Mn Miss Tlireikeld Is Wed To Mai. Carl M. Harwell OSCHOLA, June 2.—Announcement has betn made of the marriage of Mls-i Mary Thrclkeld of Oklahoma City to MaJ. Carl Mai- lory Harwell of Memphis, son of 'Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Harwell of Osceola. The marriage took place Saturday at the Crown Heights Chris- At The Hospitals r.lyllirville Hospital Admitted- Anna Normnn, Luxora. Percy Long, Burdette. Dismissed— Gene licajinn, city. Walls Hospital Admitted- Mrs, Ivory Caldwcll, Steele, Marie Lindsay,'Steele, Mo. Dismissed— L. E. Hlgglns, city. Miss Ernestine Ilalsoll, city. Patricia Ann Hurley, city. Buster, Osceola. Charles Buford Young, city. Ben Kenneth Young-, city. Mrnvjihis Baptist Hospital Admitted— ' Mrs. Will Ingram, Luxora. K. W. Chapman, city. Mrs. R-. W. Corbin, Caruthcrs vlllc. Mo. Memphis Melhmlist Hospital Admitted- Mrs. Robert A. Jones, Carulhers vllle. Mo. •sity BINGO PARTY Catholic Hall Thursday, June 3, 8 p. m llt'iif-nt of Altar Society ADMISSION 35c Social Calendar THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Rupert Crafton entertaining Club Eight . Double Pour Club meeting with Mrs. Ira Crawford. Triple Table Club will meet wl'.h Mrs. Otto Scrape. Mrs. A. O. Little entertaining Estellc Oill of comvay. the Thursday Luncheon Club. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Fred Bean will entertain the C. B. C. Club. Mrs. T. W. Jefferies and Mrs. J. Prank Tomlinson entertaining with a bridge luncheon in honor of Miss Mrs. T. H. Haynes entertaining ic Dorcas Sunday School Class Ylday -2:'JO p. in. al her home, itli Mrs. H. L. Chambers co-hos- css. The Miracle In Permanent Waving! COI.D KAY, the mwlcrn, scientific wave. No heal—No machines. Drop In for details. MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP 1M S. First phone Z5B European lioniiin Catholics runner about 1(15.000.000. To Be Openly Enviedl Among our extensive collection of engagement and wedding ring ensembles are many which prove, again, that beauty is not a matter of cost alone. It is, rather, a combination of many factors which, must be carefully weighed I and balanced, one against the other. Perfection being such a rate quality we know you will enjoy seeing our Graiiat "Ramona" series ensembles in Tempcied Goldi $18 5 °-nd Up To $450 SPECIAL SHOPPERS' LUNCHEON 55c Wholesome food, dcllclously prepared. FITS!) vegetables daily—best meat cuts. Hotel Noble Coffee Shop Announcing Opening of Memorial Park Cemetery Choice Lots Available For Information Call Funeral Home Phone 571 The prunus blossom, symbol of spring and of joy. It the motif of this pattern. Lightly embossed and painted In soft blue it is appealing in its simplicity. You may use it correctly for all occasions. 70 PUCE SiRVICE FOR 4 rEOFlt 4 Di«n>r Hotel 4 food o«d hntor hat.» 4 Salad Ptattl 4 T*o<i»ps and Saucwt $56.84 , ADDITIONS AYAimilf F«OM OPEN STOCK 01 her Spoilc S(ar(cr Sets From 21.65 up. A Hcaiilifnl Selection Of GIFT WARE For Weddings And Other Occasions Chas. S. Lemons Home Furnishings Moderately Priced i ir/ Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:41 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 9:H a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Last Time Today Young and Willing with William llolilcn ami Susan Selected Shnrts Thursday and Friday / >0e«e&{/i TRACY Keeper of theFlame »'* RICHARD WHORF MARGARET WYCHERIY FORREST TUCKER FRANK CRAVEN HORACE McNALLY PERCY K1LBRIDE Paramount News &' Selected Short ROXY Bargain Night Every Night Excel* Saturday. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 Ccntlngau Shorn Sat. u« 8u. Last Time Today 'APE MAN' V> *::• 2M P8 ^ Geqrfrtoul; ,«"V'>',"iV' il '•*<:/ allenes We hiivc boon advised by Hie Georgetown Galleries (hill Ihcy will discontinue the nianufacllire of these sniles until such time MS they can obtain materials 11) Keep their factories running for sustained periods. Therefore it will he necessary for us to sell this furniture in complete sets only. Solid Mahogany Suites 5-Piece SUITE Consisting of— Vanity—as pictured at. left Chest as sbown he- low, except without Chest Toilet ' Low Poster Bed as shown below Duncan Phyfe Night Stand Complete Suite $ 257 55 SUITE as Pictured Below 254 50 4-Piece surri Dresser, ns pictured right Ili-rnster Itccl as shown below Chest as pictured in abovt suitr except without Chest Toilft Night stand as shown below. Pat O'Bryant Jewelry Store with Hcla l.iigosi and Wallace Fori Sclfcttn Shorls Introducing LOIS ANDREWS 4 "Of«f«" Sfc our complete showing of Mahogany Suitps at moderate prices. 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