The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 16, 1943 · Page 1
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, June 16, 1943
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BLY1TOVILLE (ARK.y COURIER Bridal Couple To Arrive , Soon. From Wedding Trip James ' Emerson Crafton will bring his bride, the former Miss Estelle' Gill of Fayetteville and Little Rock, to her new home Saturday or Sunday when they will arrive from Hot Springs where they linve teen honeymooning -since their wedding which . took place Saturday afternoon 'in. Little Rock. This marriage- climaxed a ro- mahce i which started when they were i children and the present bridegroom" tagged • the HHle girl down the street as his sweetheart. ' They were parted but the friendship ties were - renewed in Inter years. : . • ; The couple \ylll live at the bride. groom's ••. home, 913 West Holly, wjjere lie : and 'lite 'mother, Mrs. S. P* Crafton, erected a new home several years ago. In addition to those from here who look i>arl In the rite's, these also went from Blytheville and hifve. returned home: Mrs. Hosco CKtf ion* arid children, Ramona nnd Rosco Evans Craflon, Sue Crafton, Bijtly Lou Tomlinson, Mrs. 1 S. P. Crftfton, Mrs. T. W. Jeffries, Mrs. J./ Frank Tomllnson, Mrs. M. P. Brbwnlee t Jr, A number of the Crafion relatives from .other poin Is present intmded Mrs. Adolph Helnicke at St. Louis, the former Miss Zola Cmfton of Blythevllle; Mrs. R. G. Edwards of New Orleans and her £01,1, Ensign Gerald Edwards of S.U! Diego, Calif., Leo Crafton, Hlldreth Cratton, Mary Josephine Cijifton, Leo Crafton Jr., Leslie Cijitton Jr., Betty Alice Crafton nnd. Miss Hester Llclilyter, all of Conway. The vows were exchanged at 5 - P'cjock ;. 'at the First Mellicxilsl Church by, the Rev. S. K. Burnett of- Hot Springs, assisted by the RcV. Connor -Morehead, pastor. Pink gladioli and white tapers, against-a background of palms and fcnis, decorated the 'cliancel and alfar., : John : Summers, organist, played n 'program of nuptial music with Mrer Purlfoy' Gill, sister-in-law of thj liilde, as soloist. The bride, who was given in marriage by her brother, Purlfoy Gill, wore a -gown of shell pink mqussellne de sol. The full skirt ended in a sweeping train and her veil of illusion fell from a halo of pearls and orange blossoms. She carried a white satin bible on. which rested a white orchid ou.cnded,. in. satin ..streamers knotted with orange blossoms. Her only ornament was a string of pearls. 'v '"' • ' .'•' • Miss {' Mary Ella Ruisell l of Lcw- isvjlle, niece :of the bride, was her only, iiUeni!antsx'fihe : wore • if bouffant gown of Heavenly blue- mar-'' milseUe and carried a/colonial bouquet of pink roses and " blue delphinium from which fell a shower °f;pink. satin. ribbon. Bupert Crafton served his brother;!!* best-man. Ushers were Ros- cot Crafton rand I.eslle Crafton of Cohway, also brothers, M P Brownlee . Jr.'. ''and Richard Becker A reception followed at the home oPMr.-and Mrs. Purlfoy Gil), 3415 Kavanaugh Blvd., for the family and out of town guests Both^the mother of the bride, M IS - Kcron Gill of Little Rock Mr, I ™2 ° f the br| dcgroom, ™\ S- ; P. Crafton, wore gowns or-btae crepe with corsages of white carnations. rncluded in those who assisted at the reception were Mis. Jeffries For traveling the bride wore d sult wlt " ™ and white accessories and her corsage was a white orchid • .«•'.• THREE GUESTS PLAY •W1THG.-N.R CLUB Mrs. H o. Btankenship cntcr- tmned. the a. N. B, Club yesterday afternoon at her home with three ,: Mrs. w. A. Blankenshlp! Bunco was awarded to Mrs. Ber™'d ^"fan. high to Mre . Stella Davis and low to Mrs. Blanken- snip. , .* * S •«<J CLtiB GUESTS ' ' ' " OF MRS JEKKY HEARN All Members were present when h»A f »' eam entrla i n ed members of the 400 Club yesterday afternoon at her home. High .score prize was awarded to Mrs. Hearn with Mrs. Joe McClure winning second. A salad course and iced drinks served for refreshment*. Air Conditioned For Your Comfort! fetter foods, prepared and semd better, In „„ even 72 de- jrces of cool comfort In the Coffee Shop of HOTELI NOBLE : Stopper's Loncbeons ' Daily ;i2 til 2 We Officer, Fiancee Guests Of Miss Ramey,'For Party Second Lieut. Ambrose Eugene Teaford of Camp Robinson arrived late yesterday afternoon to Join his fiance, Miss Marian Tompklns whose wedding will be solemnized BI the Tompkins home at Unrdette They were guests of honor last .light, for a dinner given for 12 of Ihelr most Inliniate friends by Miss Sue Rnincy, nt the Ramey home on the Clear Lake Road. Cherubs holding miniature Iron-,' quets designated the place settings In a striking centerpiece arrangement. While satin streamers from u crystal chandelier to the cherubs added to the bridal theme. The dining table from which tlie four course dinner was served also had for decorations, u crystal bowl filled with pink carnations, snapdragons and baby breath. An Informal evening was enjoyed after the dinner since this was the first time many of tliri friends had gathered • for a long time. The hostess presented the biide- ?lecl with n gift in her chlnu pattern. ' t * • KAV HKKK1CK IMS BIRTHDAY I'ARTV Kny Herriek, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Herrlck, celebrated her fifth birthday yesterday afternoon by entertaining 10 boys and girls with a party nt her home, 1025 West Main Street. The afternoon was spent In playing games and' favors of boomerangs were presented to each guest .by the hostess. Refreshments consisting of birth day cake, ice cream, candy and nuts were served. * » • MISS VIRGINIA MARTIN ENTERTAINS CLUB, GUESTS Miss Virginia Martin entertained :he Double G. Club last, night nt he home of her sister, Mrs, Rupert. "Jrafton, with Mrs. John Phillips, of Little Rock, Mrs. Thad Nicol nnd Mrs. Crafton as guests. Summer flowers decorated the •ooms where the guests played bridge. In the games played, high score prize was awarded to Miss Vfargaret Shaver, with second high .0 Mrs. Albert Taylor. Mrs. t'hll- Ips also was. presented n gift from the hostess. A dessert course and cold drinks were served at the conclusion ot the games. , * * • ENTERTAINS CHILDREN AT BIRIIUAV PARTY Jeanetla Jenn McPnrland entertained 10 children yesterday at her home In honor of her third birthday. The afternoon was spent In playing games and favors o( balloons' were presented to tach'guesUby the hostess!' ' ',,"'•''' Ice cream and birthday cake was served. Out of town guests for this af- fair'were Gale Pag Gibson of Senath, Mo., and Billy Lane Smith of Lllbourn, Mo. • • • MRS. JEESE TAYLOR HAS BRIDGE Cl.Vl; Mrs. Jesse Taylor entertained members ot the Tuesday Bridge Club yesterday afternoon when she had as guests Mrs. Fred McGh.ce and Mrs. Spurgeon Patterson. Summer Ilowcrs were used throughout the entertaining rooms where bridge was played, with Mrs. Dixie Crawford winning high score prize and second high awarded to Mrs. Doyle Henderson. Tlie hostess served a salad plate adn iced drinks at the conclusion of the games. OCX A BRH10E CLUB MEETS YESTERDAY Mrs. Bob Gwynn wns hostess lo he Octa. Bridge Club yesterday fternoon nt her home when she ad as guests Mrs. H. R. Schmuck nd Mrs. T. J. Barnes. Summer (lowers decorated the coins where the were cn- crtalned with Mrs. Schmuck wining the high score prize and Mrs. xl Cook second high. The hostess served a dessert onrse and Iced drinks at the con- luslon of the games. A handkerchief shower was given n honor of Mrs. Guy Rogers, a nember of the club, who with her nisband and small daughter, Mary iOU, are moving to Jonesboro mwit •eek. « • • BIBLE SCHOOL EXERCISES TONIGHT Vacation Bible School exercises vllj be held tonight, 8 o'clock, at Jinge School for the Calvary Bap- Ist Church. Gregory Atkins Is the irincipal of this school. BUSINESS GIHLS CIRCLE MEETS LAST NIGHT The Business Girls Circle ol the First Baptist Church met lasl night at the home of Mrs, U. C. Blanken- shlp with nine mmbtrs and one 'Isltor present. The book entitled "Prayer" was he topic of study for this group during the evening, after which the hostess served a sandwich plale an diced lea. • • • 3AI.VARY W.M.U. MEETS MONDAY Tlie Womcns Missionary Union of the Calvary Baptist Church met Monday night at the home ot Mrs, Raymond Belnap. Leaders for Ihe young peoples group were elected as follows; Mrs. James England, leader of Intermediate Girls Auxiliary; Mrs. Ethel Burks, leader ot Junior Girls Auxiliary; Mrs. Mathilda Cole, leader of Junior Royal Ambassadors; the Rev. George W. Archer, leader of Intermediate Royal Ambassadors; Mrs. Ellen Conlcy, leader of Young Women's Auxiliary. "The 10 present heard Mrs. George Archer teach a portion of the year book after which the group was Morning Party Honors ' Miss Marian Thompkins, Mrs. E. 13. Woodsoii ontcrtnlncd with a bridge paiiy this morning, followed by n luncheon, complimenting Miss Marian Tompkins whose marriage to Second Lieut. Ambrose Eugene Tenfold of Osceola will be solemnized tomorrow afternoon. S u m m e r flowers were used throughout the cnttrlnhijiij; rooms of the hostess' home where three tables of giicit.s player bridge from 10 o'clock until noon when the two course luncheon wns served from small tabli-s centered witli l;iid WISPS of daisies and - roses. There were four lea guests which included tl»! bride-elect's mother, Mrs. c. K Tompkins, Mrs Hays Sulltvnn and Mrs. Jamas' Tnll of llurdctte nnd other out of lown guesls were: Dr. .Ann Tompkins of St. IxjuLs, Mrs. B. A. 'J'ra- ford and Miss Ann Tompkins of O.sceoln, The guest of honor wns presented a gift of clilim In her pattern High score prize, a Ciodoy print wns presented to MKs Marlon' lompkins of Oscculn. n cousin of the Iji-lde-cicct, wlU, second' high Kith towels, awarded to Miss Molly Guard. • * . MAl'LK CiltOVi: OKOUP MKKTS AT WALKKlt HOME Mrs. John Walker wns hostess to 14 members of the Mnjilc Grove • Cemetery Association yesterday afternoon nt her home. During the business session plans were made for tlie continued care of the cemetery during the summer. The hostess served nil Ice course nt the conclusion of the mccilnir * * • JEWISH KOX SUPPER LM)KKLV7Ti:i.Y nULAVKft The box supper, planned bv the. Temple Israel Sisterhood for tonight, 1ms been Indefinitely postponed, It, was announced today. H was to have been held til the Woman's Club. Bits of News Moray Personal Social Calendar THURSDAY'S EVENTS Tlie Double Pour club will meet with Mr5. John Poster. Mrs. Rupert Crafton entertaining Club Eight. Sltccn of the penks in the Great Smoky Mountains of North Carolina and Tennessee are more than COCK) feet high. Hiya, Sun! Fli-tchcr Fisher f.nil Aubrey Conway spent yesterday In Missouri on business. Miss Alice Whltsitt Is in New York where she Is Iniylni; merchandise for her shop. • Miss Lnnelle Smart, nil! Morse and misscll Fan- went to Memphis Monday night where - they were Joined by Miss Knthryn Reid of West Point, Miss., for dancing on the I'laiUnllon Roof of Hotel Pen- body. Mrs. I,. S. Uenlsh wlio Is sixmd- e the Summer at Corning, -Ark., with her parents. Is spending the week here with Mr. llfnlsh. Mrs. Jessie lUdenour of Armorcl Is recuperating at Baptist Hospital In Memphis following :m illness of several days. Her daughter, Mis W. u. Wallace of Shrcvcporl, La who came, last'week motored her there. Mrs. Cecil Shane, Mrs T p Wright and T. [>. wrlghl jr' oil yc.slenl.iy l» Memphis Mr. nnd Mrs. lay Welch, Mrs. J U. Biking and Mrs. Charles Wylle went to Memphis Monday and te . turned Tuesday. Charles Ingram who has made ills home with his aunt, Mrs. J H Hlkitis for the past several years went lo Milan, Tenn., last, week to visit his father, from (here he _will go lo Nashville and Ashland 1'cnn, for n visit with other relatives belorc entering the army Second Lieut, and Mrs. John Elevens, who recently returned from their honeymoon and spent several days visiting their parents it Dell, have gone lo Alliance, Nebr., where Lieutenant Stevens is stationed In the Parachute Corps. Mr. and Mrs. Guy' Rodgers and daughter, Mary Lou, arc leaving next week for Jonesboro where they will make their home. Mrs. A. H, Wallace has gone to Memphis for the durntKn. She will be nl the home of her sister, Mrs Lois Dawson, and wilt be employed at the Sc.xton sibre Co., of Memphis. Mrs. Bernard Dougan of Memphis is tho guest for a week of Mr nnd Mrs. H. C. Blnnkcnsnlu' and family. Mrs. Gfrtrutlc C'ook left |nst night for I'ltlsburg, Cnlif., where she will visit her son Corp. Raymond Cook, for a lew weeks. , . First Lieut, Clyde J. Wilson arrived home this, morning to spend n week visiting relatives. Lieutenant Wilson is a test pilot at the Pueblo,-. Colo. Army Air Base. Mrs. yHelen Gadding nnd Mrs. Otto Scrape left for Goodhue, Minn., last night where they will be joined by Mrs. Oadding's two sons who will accompany them home. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Herrlck wlll leave tonight for Colorado Springs, Colo., where they will spend two nnd a half months. They will be accompanied by their children, Kny and Gordon Jr. Mre. Gforge Stillwell is resting well after n major operation performed recently nt the Blythevllle Hospital. Mrs. li. C. Patlon Jr., returned today from n Memphis hospital where she underwent a minor operation. Mrs. Harold Wright underwent an appendectomy at Walls Hospital today. Miss Beatrice Jenkins To Wed Chicago Officer STEFH.K, Mo., June 1C,—Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Jenkins announce the engagement of their daughter, Bcaliice Judy Jenkins, lo Lieut. )!UB)> II. Wolsp of Chicago, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Weisc, Chicago. The wedding will be solemnized in (lie Covenant Presbyterian Church, Blsbce. Ariz., next Saturday with the Rev. Griffith Davis ofiiclatlug. After a short wedding trip Lieutenant Welse and Ills bride will live nt Blsbec. The atmosphere Is only one-half as dense at an alltude of three and one-half miles as It is nt sea level. Read Courier News want sds CHIRLEY PATTERSON, ColwrJ r bia starlet, seems to be giving old Mr. Sun a warm smile of greeting as she models a new Catalina sunsuit of blue and whito striped seersucker. Instead of a! lull skirt, the two-piece outfit has* a very abbreviated divided skirt] .with two targe patch pockets, ^ I DANCE Wednesday Night June IGlh MIDNITE INN Music By Howard Yancey and Ins Rhythm Makers G-picco orchestra 0 p.m. til ? 55c Per Person j For Reservations Cnll !).(.( dislrwj Female Weakness Whkh makes you CRANKY, NERVOUS Lydla E. Plnktian.'* VcECtnhlc Coin- inmiid ta made especially /or uornen to relieve periodic pain with weak, nervous, blue fec'ilngs—due to functional monthly disturbances. Taken regularly — Plnfcham's Compound helps build up resistance ngalnst Eucli symptoms. Follow lihcl directions. Thousands benefited I ROXY Bar pin NtrM Every Night EXMJ* Saturday. HOT Office Opens 6:41 Show Starts 1:00 C«nl1nooa» Shown gat. *n< 8nn Last Time Today 'Youth On Parade' with John Jlulilnnl ft Martha O'Drlsfnll ^ .Selected Shorts Thursday and Friday County Baptist Group To Hear Memphis Speaker The Mississippi County Hapllsl AsmcUUIoiinl Training Union rally will be held Friday,. Juno 25, at 8 o'clock :it Uic New Liberty Church on Highway Dl south of lilythc- vJUe. The principal address will be made by J. w. Overtoil of HelJmie Dnptlst Clitircli of Memphis. Ills subject will be "The layman on Hie Job." other prominent Baptist workers will be on the program, it was announced by m- clen E. Colcman, association!!! director, and 11 large crowd is expected to attend from all over the county. The Rev. u G. Miller is pastor of the host church nnd is pastor advisor of the AsEoclntloiul H. T. U. ••WEDNESDAY/;JUtfE"16, 1943 Buffet SumKjrAs'Father's Day Fete »*?r.y«»>'"m^—^~*—— - — J Quebec, Canada, has more churches than any other city on the American continent, in proportion tc its sire and popul.iUon. Match-Lace Smartness Ginjtr waffles and vanilla custard sauce make a tasty main dish foi- the Father's Day buffet supper. •BY- CiAYNOIt MADDOX iVEA Staff Writer Sunday. June 20th, will l )e p,,. thcr's Day. Ask some'of his friends to a buffet supper. Have cold cuts potato salad, watercress sand' wlclics, nnd. for a special Father's Day treat, hot ginger waffles with vanilla 'custard sauce made on Die spot. - Vitaminized m.-irgarlnc is used j n the recipes In place of butter because a- C an be substituted nutri- tionally for butter, and c.osL-; less in money and ration points. This valuable food-wilhout the cxln vitamin A-was Invented duflm' the Fi-rinco-j'i-iissiaii war when Napoleon lit offered n pr| M for . a fat lo use in place of butter, which was scarce. C.lngcr Waffles lfi-8 Waffles) Two cups enriched flour, 3-4 lea- spoon baking powder, 1-2 teaspoon Kilt. 2 teaspoons ginger,'.3 «>g yolks, i cup molasses, 1-2 cup sour milk, 1-3 cup melted margarine, 2 egg.whites beaten stiff. Sift the flour, baking powder, salt and ginger together several mix it well. In another bowl mix the egg yolks, molasses' and sour milk. Add this to the flour .gradually and beat until smooth. Add the melted margarine and fold In the stiff egg whlves. Vanilla Custard Siuce One egg, dash of salt, 3-4 cup milk, 1-4 teaspoon vanilla. Combine the egg, slightly beaten, and the salt in Die top of a double boiler, stir In the milk and place over the bottom section which has been filled with boll- Ing water.- Cook the mixture utilil It coals the spoon, stirring constantly. Remove from the fire and add the vanilla. Serve four tables- jjoons on top of each waffle. At The Hospitab Walls Hospital Admitted- Mrs. C. A. Ifovey, city. Mrs. Orvillc Chancellor, Steele, Mo. Mclba Chnrline Hensley, Steele, Mo. , . ' James • Perry Martin, Holland, Mo. , '. .... Buford. Huynes, Rt. 2, city. Mrs. Jess- 1 Pranks, Rt. 2, city. Dismissed— ' Marie . Lindsey, Steele, Mo. .Etta Pay'Gray, city. .Mrs. Mac Hefner, cily. Mrs. I'. • Gaiidtanlo and baby city. ' v ' Klythevllle Hospital Admitted— Emits. Melaxis, city. Mrs. R. W. Warren, city. Dismissed— Mrs.- Frank Westall and baby, city. - Snakes generate u temperature cipial to tluit of . their surround-' 26* Selected Shorts IRY mntchm.alcs in white starched lace ,ire the hat and corsage pictured above, seen at a recent New York fashion showing of Lily Daclio's midsummer collection. Ideal lor giving a clorlc outfit that coo! summery touch,; the ensemble is a tribute lo tliei popularity of matching hats and' accessories, which promises to carry over into Iall.<"~ ' ~- The Miracle In Permanent Waving! COLD TIAV, Ihe mMlfrri, scientific wave. No heat—No machines. Drop in for details. MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP 104 S. 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