The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 28, 1943 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, June 28, 1943
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)" COURIER NEWS MONDAY, JUNE 28, 1943 Barbecue Supper Honors Five Youths 1 Soon.Leaving _ > Ebb Berryman son of • Mr. and Mrs.' Ralph Berry man, entertained 10 boys and • girls Saturday. night nl his country home dri Highway 18 East, honoring; five boys who will leave.this week for the armed forces, and college." : : The group, In the.yard prepared the larbcque chicken served with nil the trimmings topped pff with home ninetc Ice cream and cnke. After supper the guests enjoyed mV-informal evening around the fire with the portable v|clrola playing their favorite records; . .'< , .. The boys honored were: Max 'Harrison nnd Wallace : Smith who are leaving soon for Uttle Rock, where they will be Inducted Into the armed forces; Mason Day who leaves' Thursday ior SewRiiec, Term., where he will, enter University of the'• South for the first phase of the foafy V-12 program and Lloyd Ulomeyer who will leave tonight'for Ithaca, N. Y., where he will enter Cornell University. * * • SON IS HORN FRIDAY TO ROLAND 'WILLIAMS * Mr, and Mrs. Roland .Williams announce the birth of a son Friday morning al Walls Hospital. The baby, who is the second child of the Williams' has been named Charles' Emde for-Miss Minnie Emdc'of Blythevllle nnd St. wuls. Mrs. Williams is the former Miss Mollie McGee. ....•••.• DAUGHTER-IS BORN TO JOE I,. BUCKS A daughter was born last night at Walls Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Joe L. Bticlt. The second child of the Bucks, she has been named Loraine Elizabeth. Mrs. Buck, the' former Miss Esther Dunnwny of Del), is making her-home with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Dunuway while-her husband Is stationed at- Rochester, N. Y., in the Naval Receiving Sta- rtiss Mary Thalmann Wed To Braggadocio Resident CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo., June 28.—The marriage of Miss Mury Thalmann, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. T. T. Thnlmann of Pocalioii- as, 111., to L. E, Blngenhelmer Jr., son of Ml' and Mrs. L. E. Blngcn- hejmer Sr, of Braggadocio, was solemnized June n In St. I/onls, at .he.Cr.nce Methodist Church, with .he R«v. Wllbcrt Dawson offlclat- ng. The young'people are engaged n wnr plant production work in St. Louis. Pascola Couple Weds CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo., June 28.—The wedding of Miss Inen Ir- vln, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Darvin irvln'of Pascoln, Mo,, and Harold Hoiloman, soil of Mr. and Mrs. John Hollomaiv also of Pascola, . was performed In this city with. Justice Walter Duncan officiating. The bride is u graduate nf Wardell High School, and hns been employed In Haytl. The bridegroom, a graduate of Wardell High School, has been employed In war plant production work in SI. Louis. The young couple, will make their home In Gary, Ind., where they will luivc employment. Bits of News Mostly Personal Married In Pcmiscot CARUTHEHSVILU:, Mo., June 28.—Miss Lucille Smith, daughter ' Mr. and Mrs. Edward Smith of oln and Harold Harrington, Lso of Pascolu, were united In larrlage In this city, Justice Wnl- er '.Duncan officiating. Both are jraduates of Dcerlng high school, nd tile bridegroom was recently iven a medical discharge from the \rrny. They will make their home i Gary, Ind., where they will be mployed. (Ion there. He has chief water tender. the rank of Social Calendar TUESDAY'S EVENTS Miss Ivene. Crowder entertaining with a buffet supper and miscellaneous shower honoring Miss Nellie Johns, bride-elect. ' Double G Club will-meet will Mrs. Santord Boone. / Mrs. K. B. Couchman will be hostess to the Octa Bridge Club. Mrs. Alvls Harris entertaining the G. N. B. Club. The 400 Club 1s meeting will Mrs. Pat Brown. Mrs. J. R. Turner of Roseland entertaining with a shower complimenting Mrs. B. J. Allen Jr., a tho-E. R. Dickinson home on Highway Gl South. :. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Elliott Johns entertaining mem bers of bridal party and out-of- town guests at Hotel Noble.;<Mm- plimentmg' his sister, Miss Nellie Johns, bride-elect. Mrs. C. C. Langston entertaining tlic Town: and Country Club. A. D. C. Club meeting with Mrs; Elicit Huffman. Supper party given by Mr. and Mrs. : Loiils George nnd Miss Mamie KahaUey, honoring Miss >)ell|e Johtis,''for members of bridal party and- out-of-town guests, at the ?iye Tipton Sons [n Armed Forces; One In War Work CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo., June 28.—It's "a|l out against the Axis" 'or the faipily of Mr. ami Mrs. J W. Tipton, So., of this city. Five of their six sons are in varlon Branches of the Armed Service one son Is engager) in Army sup ply work; and. one son-in-law is also in the Armed Service. Capt. James W. Tiplon, Sr., thi eldest son, Is stationed at Stm Dl ego, Calif., with the Infantry. Lieut. Thomas M. Tiptpn is.sta tlonetl at Abilciic, Texas, with th Infantry.' Aviation Cadet Joseph R. Tiptoi IE with the Navy ( Air Corps, ,'stn-; tloned at'Corpus Chri.stl,:' f Texas'l: Pvt. /Jack n'. Tipton, with the U. S. Honed Calif., for specialized training. Jack and Joe are twin brothers. Aviation Cadet Billy Tiplon, with the Navy Air Corps, is stationed at Norman, Okla. The sixth son, Henry F. Tipton; is with the Army Supply Depot, Memphis,. Tonn. Pfc. Edward —James, a son-in- law, with the U. S. Army, is tak Ing technical training at Los Angeles, Calif. Chlekasawlw Lodge No. )3i, P. and A, M., will meet tonight fit the Hall in special comimmlcn- lon. There will lie work In the Masters' Degree, It was announced. Woodmen of the World will meet .omorrow night at the Hull, Fifth and Main, at which time there will bo Initiation of thu Peerless Cleaners Class. Miss Minnie Renfrew and Brand- daughter, Miss Virginia Renfrew of Wardell, Mo., was the guest for the weekend of Mrs. Renfrew's sister, Mrs. J. C. Hnrnlsli, and family. Miss, Mary Emily Wilson of Memphis'Is the guest for several days of her mother, Mrs. I!. 11 Wilson. C. G. Redman Jr., Is nl the Y. M. C. A. Hoys Camp. Mammoth Springs, Ark. He will he there six weeks. Earl Walker Jr., has gone to Dc- Iroll, Mich., where he will vlsl or two weeks as the guest iV hi. ousln, Mrs. R. Twceille, and Mr 'wccdle. Mrs. M. Fltzslminons had as he: nest lor Die weekend, her con in, Cadet Charles Duncan Haynes f Mnrfreesboro, Tenn., who Isstu loned al the Ulythcvlllc Army Al Field. Mrs. Donald R. Humphries ha jonc to Chnutniiqiia, N. Y., aflc a visit will) Mr. and Mrs. Hal]) Berrynran nnd family. Mrs. Hum ihries is the former Miss Juli 'helps who was employed at Ih ilythcvlllc Army Air Field prlo to her marriage last Winter. He lusbimd, who lias been stutione at Pocatello, Idaho, will leave soo !or foreign duty. She was accom ccl to Carutlicrsvlllc, Mo., b Mary Sue Bci'ryman, who will re urn Wednesday. The following people were her yesterday afternoon for the fiuicr nl of Dink Portls, Mrs. Dora Weld id Mrs. Bol) Burns and Charles •ggett spent yesterday in Mem- ils as guesli) of relatives. Charles mained for a week's visit with cousin, David I/eggclt. Mrs. D. A. Chapin of Willow jrlngs, Mo., arrived Saturday for visit with Mrs. Wynlt Ifenley. Miss illlllc I^ggett has returned om Uttle Rock where she took ic stale hoard examination for IHlllKlClsU. O. W. Moore, Curtis Freeman ul W. A. Hlckcrstaff were In nmmoth Siirlngs, Ark., ycstcr- ay for a pleasure trip. Mr. and Mrs. James Hohnson Memphis spent yesterday with r. and Mrs. U. C. Blackwell of nil old. Corp. Ray Morgan, stationed nl ashvlile, Tenii., Is spending a sev- -day furlough here with his -wife nd parents, Mr. and Mrs. 0. H [organ, Mr. and Mrs. II. R. Schmuck and Irs. W. H. Slovall were to return oclay from Fayetlcvllle. where they lent the weekend with their sons, :aymoml Schmuck and Bill Sto- all, who attended University of rkansas >mphasiz«d, directed the Negro Division of the J<lsslsslppl County Pair which had been highly com- nended by stale leaders, and at lie time of his death was active In .11 civic works which aided the Negroes. It was pointed out by while friends that he had probably done nore toward creating a better understanding between th« white and legro people than any Negro in the county and thatjils d«elre for mem- iers of his race to improve themselves by more education In all flings would Inlluencc those with whom he came In contact. Osceola Minister On Hendrix Staff 'air Exhibit Building Will Be Named In Honor Of L. W. Haraway Mississippi County will honor Lindsay Walter llaraway, 58-year- jld Negro educator and a leader of ils race In this county, by naming the Nefi'O exhibit building of Mississippi County Fair Grounds "Hnr- away Hall", where a wall plaque will be hung, in recognition of,his work among his people. Announcement that the Mississippi County Fair Association hai: voted to honor nHrawny, wlio died Thursday afternoon, was made by Jesse Taylor, an officer of the as- At The Hospitab Blytheville Hospital Admitted- Sarah Harrison, city. Mrs. Olan Allison, city. Mrs. Ausle Young, Dell. Kcba Dilleen Noble, city. Born to Pvt. and Mrs. J. W. Talley, tit. 2, city, a daughter Saturday. Bom to Mr. and Mrs. O. H Hooper, lit. 2, city, a daughter Saturday. Dlssmlssed— Charles Trlmm, city. Mrs. W. E. Barnes, Osceola. James tankersley, city. Stanley Cavasher, city. Mrs. J. R. Fttupatrlck, city. , Mrs. D. P. .Woods, Stcele, Mb. Rose Nell Oldom. city. Wilton Moore, Manila. Mrs. W. R. Mull Ins, Iml)0d(», Ark. llrs, E. W. Devcrcauv and baby, Armorcl. Methodist Baptist Hospital Admitted— 1'reston Otto Ritter, Manila. Mary Alice Rltter, Manila. Aaron L. Eiflln, Joiner. •Harvey Permenter," Joiner. Mrs. H. W. Corbin. CariitlHTS- vills, Mo. Mrs. R. S. Johnson, Dyess. Memphis Methodist Hospital Admitted— Mrs. J. O. Lawhon, Wilson. Walls Hospital Admitted- Myrtle Thomas, Cooler, Mo, Betty Rayder, Manila. , Frances Wilson, Steele, Mo. Mrs. Lee Richardson, city. . Mrs. R. E, Spencer, city. Tina Sue Widner, city. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Eulas Hearst, Steele, Mo., a son, yesterday. Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Joe L Buck, Dell, a daughter, yesterday. Bom to Mr. and Mrs. Loftir CON WAY, Ark., June'2Q.—The tcv. James Upton, pastor of the 'irst Methodist church of Osceola, Ark., Friday was appointed to the Department of Religion nt Hcndrlx College. Dr. J. H. Reynolds, president, said the Rev. Mr. Upton will succeed Dr. Husscll Compton, who oslijned several weeks ago to head ;hc Department of Religion al Hamlln University, St. Paul, Minn. At the closing session' of the Arkansas Pnsloi 1 * 1 School nt Hendrlx at noon Friday, Bishop Charles C. Selccman announced changes In five pastorates of the Norlh Arkansas Conference brought about by ,«•"."• )O OO OQQ_Q POINTERS ON POINTS Army Air Forces, Is stn- al SUmEoril University, IfYou&ifftrMttntsFrM'^ ^FEMALE WEAKNESS WUdiM«k»YM C rMky f N wrmu V at Euch Utna you. ulfcr trom crnmpi,' backache, dlstma of IrreguUrltles". pol- cdj> of the blues—due o functioDal inbntbly dLEturbances— • . Start at once—try Lydla E. Pint- barn's Vegetable Compouad. It DO' only helps relieve monthly pain bu also accompanying tired, nerrout feelings of this nature. This is ttue to 1U soothing effect on ONE a WOMAN'S HOET iMrovTANT ORGANS. ' FlDkham's Compound Is the bes known medlclae ya\\ can buy that' made especially for vomen. Taten regularly — Plnlham'a Cooipoun helps build up reaiatancc acalnc such symploms. Abo a nne stoniKblG .tonic! Follow label direction!. The German counterpart of the American jeep has been proved in- erlor to our Jeep, since it lilts a op speed o't only 30 miles |>cr hour nd balks at rough terrain that a eep takes in stride at 50. a sister ol St. Ijouls, Byron Bai tholmew or Memphis, Mr. and Mi W. T. Heynqlds, niece and ncphci of Lltlle Rock and a son, Luk E'ortls and Mrs Portls of Jackso Tenn. Mrs. Cornelius Modinger ni her son, Staff Sergt. Cornelh Modlnger Jr., of Canii) Howie, Tex., left ye.slerday for Springfielil, Ohio, where the marriage of Sergeant Modlnger to Miss Helen Thompson of that city will be solemnized tomorrow. Mrs. Modlnger will return • Wednesday. B. P. Klger, who has been under- suing treatment nt Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minn., for the past aev- ral day.s, will return home lllis week. Mrs. W. H. Venn and daughter, J eggy, will return tomorrow from Memphis where they have been the [iiests for a week of Mrs. Kathryu Venn. Mrs. Neely Young, the former Miss Churchill Duck, who has been with Lieutenant Young at Go wen Field, Boise, Idaho, will be witli her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. M Buck, for a month while her husband Ls stationed at Windovc Field, Utah. From there lie will gi to Cellar Rapids, Iowa, where sh will Join him. soclation,.yesterday afternoon at the funeral services. Included in the 1000 white and. Negro friends from Arkansas, Mississippi, Missouri and Tennessee, who attended the services at the St. Paul Baptist church of Armorel, were these oilier while men who paid tribute to Horawny in brief alks: County Judge Roland Green, larcncc H. Wilson, C. E. Crlgger, . Mcll Brooks, Phillip Deer, E. M. Jcgcnokl, George W. Barlmm, Oscar Alexander, R. E. Blaylock, O. A Viiison nnd H. J. Brigman. The Rev. F. II. Green, pastor, vas In charge of the services with burial at Can's Cemetery near the Mississippi County Training School ivhere he had taught since 1926. Others who spoke Included H. C. Rny. E, B. Thompson and P. M. liooiic of Little Koch, of the slate extension department, in addition to assisting ministers and other Negro friends. Announcement that Mississippi County would honor this Negro educator, community leader and church worker met witli wide approval among both races of this county where he had accomplished much for his race. An educator for HI years with a degree of Bachelor of Science In Ajiriciilltirc, lie headed the school at Armorel where vocalional agri- culiure and home economics was Booker, Luxora, a son, this morn- Ing. • ! . i • i Dismissed— i. i^i Prances 111 rasher, Dell. Wiley Young, Dell. W. E. Lott, Rt. 1, city. Leon Privett, city. Mrs. Jack, Hill, city. Ruby Hunter, Cooler, Mo. Mrs. V. A. Brothers und Burdette. Mrs. R. C. city. baby Williams and bab> tSlSKBtUNINGFNAUCeMING ..•«VE IITIEt FU TAKE BSE (JsH HumKo for every cooking purpose. Save butter for. 'table use. In this way you will I strttcli your points and get , Duality cooking. SHORTENING IS A NTH fail Conuwt It c rfr. Upton's apijoinliiieiil to the ollcge staff. BLshoj) Sclccman announced the ppolnlment of the Rev. Etti'l Cru- ens of Mftrlaiiim, Ark., to sliced! the Kev. Mr. Upton at Oscco- a. Read Courier News w»nt «d». The Catallna Is a twin-motored high-wing flying boat that take off from land or water. . ROXY I If Cwtinoooi Shows Etery Day : Box Office Opens 1:41 Show Starts 2:09 LISTEN TO KLCN :N MO. 12:45 p.m. 4:3* ».n. Nlffat Every Nlfht Saturday. Box Office Opens C:43 Show Starts 1:0» Ctotlnntiu ghowi Bat. »ni SIB. Last Time T<id:iy 'The Sea Wolf witli Kihvard f>. RnWnson Fox News and Short Special Businessmen's Luncheon Served Daily From !2 'til 2 Hotel Noble Coffee Shop IT'S COOI, BECAUSE IT'S AIR CONDITIONED! . . . C'nnie just us you'arc— in shir I sleeves for' comfort. Tuesday & Wednesday Poromount f>its*nti , , HENRY ALDRICH FOR PRESIDENT Selected Shorts Time Today 'Something to Shout About 1 Hh Don Am f chc and Janel Blair 'aramount News & Short Subjetli Tuesday & Wednesday THE PERFECT BODYGUARD^ ...fOR ANY GUYI ALBERT-SHIRLEY Selected Shorts NOTICE to 17 Year Old Boys and WAVE Applicants See Robert E. Harrell at Navy Recruiling office nnd secure pass for maliriee Wednesday, Thurs- tiay or Friday, June 30, July 1-2, to see "Stand By for Action" with Koljert Taylor, Brian Donlevy and Charles Luugliton. Tickets may also be gotten at Floyd A. White' Shoe Store.' George home in Osceola. Club Eight will meet, will Otto Scrape. C)MESE glamorous enscm- > bles echo, in the rhythm of ^ their design, the song in ji. every bride's he*rt. Of rue- ; ural or white, GRANAT tern- .- »• pered gold.theyhold til the JB charm and distinction she gL expects in the rings which will foreyer symbolize her engagement and wedding. ^~ Price ~ ! Other .Wedding Sets, 18.50 to $450 The Miracle In Permanent Waving! COLD RAT, the nrtdtrn, Mien tlflc wave. No heat—No chines. Drop in for details. MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP 1M B. First Ph«e »32 AMERICA GOfS WITH BLYTHEVILLE LAUNDRIES Are Now Asking For The COMPLETE COOPERATION Of Their Customers! Recently Time Magazine said "The laun jry business, biggest U. S. service industry, is unable to cope with war" ... Your Blytheville laundries are asking your cooperation so that they will be able to continue giving {irst class basic service... Our service is far ahead of that being given in other war affected areas—and we want to keep it that way... You can help us, and thereby help yourselves. Pat 6'Bryant Jewelry Store rmt-cou coMf ANY, IONO IMAHD an, N. r. _ HANCMIUD lOTTUti IVpsi-Cola Bottling Co. of BlyUifvlllt AFTER MONDAY, JULY 5 DO HOT SEND THESE FOR LAUNDRY SERVICE: SOCKS, NAPKINS, HANDKERCHIEFS, *SII-K UNDBRWKAK, BABY CLOTHES (except <li:i- ptrs) . . .* AND AM, SMALL PIECES THAT REQUIRE HANI) FINISHING. Silk unilerlhings niul many liand- tlnlsli ilcnis may be easily handled at home. IMPORTANT HELPS TO US: • Hold your bundle until it contains a minimum of 50c worth of work. • Unbutton shirts ;<ud cuffs, unroll sleeves and socks, and (urn pockets inside out. • 1're-sorl your bundle, grouping articles of the same type together. («Silk and hand-finish dry cleaning not affected by this notice) DLYTHEVILLE LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANERS NU-WA LAUNDRY & CLEANERS

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