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THURSDAY, JULY 1, 1943 BLYTIIEVULE '(ARK.)' COURIER NEWS $ Moclingcr Jr., Weds In Springfield, Ohio Staff Sorgt, Cornelius Modliiger Jr., and bis bride, tlic former Miss Helen u. 'Ilionipson of Morganfield, Ky., ami Springfield, Ohio, were guests of the bridegroom's parents last night while on a wedding trip.following their marriage Tuesday m Springfield. : They will return here later for another brief visit before the bridegroom j, 0 (, s (0 n(s s t a (| on at Camp. Bowie, Texas, and tlic bride to Springfield, where .she Is employed in secretarial work, His mother, Mrs. Cornelius Mod- Inger, attended the rites, solemnized in the rectory of St. Raphael's Catholic Church with Monsignor Martin M. Varley performing the service at 1 o'clock thai nlghl. The bride, wore"'a frock 'of white crc]3c with white; accessories and her corsage was of orchids. . •.'. She was alUndcd by.Miss Luclle KoeniB of Springfield, who wore, a twn-piccc frock of black and white wilh a corsage of deep pink car- nalions. George Antlritko of Springfield served Sergeant, Modingcr as best man. '"•''. For traveling the bride wore a black silk suit wilh matching accessories and an orchid corsage. The bride is the daughter-of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Thompson of Morganficld. .,*-*•* Supper Party Honors Mis s Johns And! Fiance Elliott Johns - entertained '• last ^Rlil With a supper party hoiiqr- i9f;' his sister Miss Nellie Johns and her fiance, Tech. Sergt. Roy JIayful Brantle}' Jr., whose marriage will occur tomorrow afternoon. : ' •'•':' Tlie 20. present, wlio Included members • of the wedding' party, out of town guests and several intimate friends of Hie bridal couple, went-tO'the ,Rustic Inn at 8:30 o'clock where tables decorated with roses and mixed Summer- flowers had been arranged for a colorful setting. . : . ','.;. Following supper the guests'went to the home of tlie bride-elect where 'an informal evening .was enjoyed. Out of town guests for the affair Included ; Mr. and Mrs. Louise George of Osceola, Miss ' Mamie and Miss Marguerite Kahallcy oif Bay Mfncltc, Ala., Sergeant Brantley's two sisters, Miss Ka liter ir t c Braiitley of Sandersvlllc, Ga.,. and Miss Elizabeth Braiitley of Macon Ga,, who are hou.se guests of Miss Johns coming especially' for. the wedding. " v " : -' '- l - /- •. ,' J Bn'cje Is CompJjjRjentec^ 7- At Bridge Party, .Shower The U. W. .Muliins honie was decorated with mixttl shades of gladioli yesterday afternoon for tiic bridge'party and crystal shower given by Miss Beulah Mulltns, hon- j^ing Mrs. Benjamin Allen Jr.,. a ; i.^jcnt, bride. Mrs. Allert was formerly 'Miss'Nelle Dickinson. After the bridge games', .when prizes were awarded - to Miss La Nelle Smart and Mrs. Allen, '. the guesls went to the dining room whrrc gifts of crystal for the bride were placed on the table". They surrounded a bowl of pink -and white gladioli with streamers "fit •white satin ribbon completing the bridal effect. ' • • ' . ' For refreshments the hosiers served" a 'dessert course and - iced drinks to tlic 12 present who Included the most intimalc friends of Ihc giiest of honor, the bridegroom's mother, Mrs. B. J. Allen Sr., and ine mother of Ihc bride, Sirs. Eugene Dir ilnson. *• * • IMIIDGK- CLUB MKMBKRS GO TO COUNTRY TO PLAY. Mrs. C. C. Lnngslon. entertained members .of Hie Town and Country club .yesterday afternoon at her country home wilh all mem- S^rs present. '"^Thc entertaining rooms, wlicrc the guesb played bridge, were decorated with mixed Summer flowers. High score prize was awarded Popular Utility Dresses Elementary Lesson In How to Keep Cool 'The "utility" dresses iiiclureil aliove, vcll-ilcsigiicd in (lie quid good (aste thai only moneyed ilia)'fail knew in pre-war clays, are now as available lo Uritain's Judy O'Grady as lo Ilic Colonel's Lady. They 'were created by Xornian ll:ulivcll, London's dressmaker to royally, ope of the top-flight ilrsignr.rs called upon by the £Uveriiincnt lo .originate v^rtime "auslcrily" dollies.-'., 'v. . to'Mrs. O. W. McCutchen with second high to Mrs. Lnngslon. Liglit refreshments «'crc served. Luxora Sucicty—Personal Anti-Gas 'Nightie' ANNOUNCE BIRTH ' " ' ' ; OF DAUGHTER .'.First Lieut. Edward Worseley and Mrs. Worseley announce the birth of a daughter, (heir first child, born June 58, at Hopkinsville hospital, Hopkinsvlllc, Ky. The baby has been named Marcia Ann, after her maternal'and paternal grandmothers, j Lieut. Clifton Davis, son of Mr. and .Mrs. J. E. Davis, has arrived home for a visit from the South Pacific fighting area. Herbert Schwartz, a former physical educational instructor in Hie Luxora schools, and with the Arkansas State College, Joncsboro, for many, years, was'a guest Sunday afternoon'of Mrs. R. T. Ballew. Mr. Schwartx has been appointed as a physical education director, for the American Red Cross and will report in Washington, D. C., July 17 for foreign duty. S. B. Rozellc, who has been seriously ill al a Memphis hospital, is reported slightly improved. Miss Peggy and Miss Ditsy Sili- man left Tuesday afternoon for a six weeks visit with their father, E. H. Hiliman, at his summer cottage, Roaring Gap. N. C., in the Blue Ridge mountains. Miss Bctly Sue Mifflin arrived home Thursday after a two weeks vocation at Camp Miramechce, Hardy, Ark. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Butler Jr., of Hope, were guests of their son. Reuel W. Butler, ami Mrs. Butler from Tuesday until Saturday. Mrs. Hays Gowan, and children, Sue, and Buddy, of Memphis, are cuests in the homo of Mrs. Cowan's mother, Mrs. Sue Brown for an indefinite visit. Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Eberdt, of Memphis are visiting In the home of Mis. Euerdt's parents, Mr, and Mrs. Joe Hires. Miss Frances Reid Bowen left Thursday for Knoxville, where she will attend the lasl Summer term at University of Tennessee. Miss Ann Cluir Wilkins is visiting with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. H. U. Wilkins, of Jonesboro Ark. Wade McHenry will leave Thursday, for,p months vacation at. Camp Mirainccb.ee, Hardy,,-Ark, , Miss Billy antl Miss Sara Langston left this week for a. six weeks slay at. Camp Dixie, Clayton, Ga. Miss Billy Liingston will be a camp counselor. Mr. nnd Mrs, Charles Corkran have been notified that their son, Lcxle Corkran, lias been niifdc a corporal and has been sc'nt lo Chamitc Field,- 111., where he will lake special training as a iiropcl- lor ins]>eclor. Bits of News Mostly Personal Mr, and Mrs. Paul Wllhelnt uml ton Diehard of St. I-ouls returned to Ilieir home loilay after n visit with their nephew, nan wilhclm, «'lio will leave this Hfteittoori for L'tlle Itock where he will be Inducted Into Die nnncd forces. Mrs. C. L. nickel-staff returned today from Tu)>c!o, .Miss., where she rms bem for two weeks with friends and n-liitlves. B. n. West has gone to Memphis to visit his sister, Mrs. Abboll Kola-, nud oilier relatives, While there he will sec his nepi'ew, Lieut. Sidney Nnveomb, who Is en route to the West Coast where he will lie sliitloncil. Went. Jack Wngncr Jr., who Is now on foreign duly, arrived Sunday to spend a 10-dny leave with Mrs. Wagner and her pnrcnls, Mr. a»d Mrs. E. R. Jones. Lieutenant anil Mrs. Wagner left yesterday for a short visit with his parents at l-'ort Knox. Ky., where his fulher, also mi iinny officer, Is stationed tioned. Morris E. nlchards luis returned to Mobile, Ala., after spendnig two weeks with his mother, Mrs. Grace Richards. C. C. Lnngslon Jr., wenl lo Louisville, Ky., today where he will Join Ills wife and son who have been there with her family for two weeks and who will return with him. 1-oy II. Welch is nl Memphis Bnplisi Hospital where he Is undergoing treatment .Mrs. Welch Is with him, Mrs. Cornelius Modlngcr returned last tilght from Springfield, Ohio, where she attended (he wedding of her 'soil Cornelius Modliiger Jr., to Miss Helen E. Thompson of that city and MorganfieW,- Ky. P. L. Bugler- is undergoing,treatment al Blytlicville Hos[>ltal for a stomach ailment. '-. •••' I'fc. Allen Pickard lefl last night for his-station at Savannah, Ga,, after spending a 10-day 'furlough here with Mrs. Pickard. and his father. W. A. Pickard. Mr.*' Pfcfcard, *ho has been seriously ill a I Walls Hospital for the past two/weeks, Is slightly Improved. ' ' Nimcy Wye Hninllton, d'atiglitor. of Mr. and Mrs. George A. Uamil- lon, Is spending several weeks In Augusta. Ark., where she , Is vislt- inj; relatives. Mrs. Paul L. Tipton Is in Scnalh Mo., with her mother who Is critically ill. Mrs. T. F. Lloyd of Paritgould ins arrived (o be with Mrs'. C. S. Stevens for'-rui' Indefinite time. Mrs. Lloyd ii' the mother of Mrs. Dharlcs Moichcad who formerly lived lierc. Miss May Dlxon, accompanied by Miss Mary Jennings Pa fiord, will go to New Orleans Saturday for a two weeks visit with her brother, M. A.. Becmel and family. Lacking an "old swinnnln 1 hole, hydrant mukcs n good substitute. these luds nnd lassies on New York's lower Kasl Side find flre 'Ihcy tin-nod Ilic hydrant Into n rounttiin by plocinii u barrel over Ihc spoul lo direct slremn upward • A five-pound flntlron contains enough Imii to make four liniul grenades. Read Courier News want uta. Reluctant Riser Keeping Up With The Men In Service Pete. Walker, son of Mr. and Mrs, J. T. Walker of Huffman, was sworn into tlie Navy Air Corps Mcnday in New Orleans. Cartel Walker was graduated from the Armorcl High School this spring wlicrc he was salutalorian of his class. Another son, Lieut. Jimmic Walker, is in the Marine.Air Corps and is stalloncd at San Diego, Calif. Jimmic Lcc Brooks, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Mcll Brooks of Ulythe- ville, hns been promoted to first lieutenant. Llculcnanl Brooks is now stationed at Camp Haan, Calif. Mother hummingbirds lie their youngsters In the nest. One fool of each baby is woven in Ihc wall. Modeling a new Infant respirator for use in event of enemy gas nllocks, Corp. Gaspare Arinl Ijitcs a finger and grins through the transparent pane, as Auxiliary Frtida Scanioji operates the hand compressor. The war-born garment, which Is drawn tight around the bottom when In use, was demonstrated at Edgewood Arsenal, Md, fff* i \iiuiii\ mil Come in ... iliscovcr wliy thousands of active women choose tliis perfect-lilting, smart-cnougli-to-go-anywhcrc footwear. The Family Shoe Store 3U \V. Alain Phone 2342 c^OSS SHOES... FAMOUS FOR OVE* 50 YEAU AS KED «OS$ JHOiS At The Hospitatt Jiljllii'vllle Hospital ' " Admitted— K L. KiiRlfi'. clly. 1/jii'lln Ciiwldy, lit. I, city, , Horn lo Mr. and Mrs. A. ,l' victory, city, u son this mornlnij. - AVnlls Hosiiltiil Admltti'd— Mrs. W. n. iJlnyluclt. 111.. 'J, city. •Mrs. U, A. O'Neill, III. 'j. oily. Horn lo Heii',1, and Mis. Wlllliim lli-illluinton, city, n son lust nlnhl. Horn lo Mr. anil Mrs. lluiold I'nrker, city, u son yeslcrclny. l.sinlMi'd— .John Husk-in AlltcliGll. lit a. city. Mrs, Joe I,, lluck nnd bnby. Dell. Vtrglnln Wlicelnr, ulty. Mrs. Hulas lli'iirsl. nnd Imbv Sli'de, Mo. Mruijilils ItxpUst Ilitsiiltiil Admlllcd— Itlll Uiivls, Dell. U. F. Osborn, ciiruthc'i-svlllc, Mo. I.oy II. Welch, city. \V. A. Jenkins. Stcele. Mo. iMcmi'lil.s Mi'lhinMst l[us|iltiif Admitted— llnyuioiid lloll, ally. .John U lUnniill, jolnin-. Simimm ISurnetl, .loini'r. NOTICK OF SETTLEMENT OF ADMINISTRATORS. GUAKD- MNS ANIt CURATORS. Notice Is hereby given that settlements have been filed and will be subject to confirmation al tin- July 2, 1943 term of the Chancery Court for the chickasawba District of Mississippi Comity, Arkansas i:i Ihc following matters, to-wlt: Annual Settlements-Arthur Ashabranner, Administrator of M. S. N. Ashabranner, Estate. Final Scttlement^W. H. Slovall, Administrator of Arlic L Mclntosh Estate. Final S c 111 c in c n I—Percy A. Wright, Administrator of Catherine Terry, Estate. All parties Interested in the above matters will hereby lake notice that selUejncnta arc on file hi the County and Probalc Clerk's Oflicc and are subject lo inspection by any interested parties. Dated this the 25th day of June, 1943. T. W. POTTER. County ,% i'robatc Clerk. By Elizabeth Blylhc, Deputy Clerk. 6-26-43 Champagne is one of the nlitet of wines, and has been the artlslo- crat of the family for more than five centuries. In ; plaintive pose nnd voice, Irving Berlin sings his fumed World,War. 1 song, "Oh, How i Hale to Get Up in (lib Morn- ingi"'in the new soldier movie, "This Is tho Army." LOSE WEIGHT |THE "AYDS" WAY i 2.25 FOR A MONTH'S SUPPLY Get filimtncr tlic cnsy AYDS way! 100 persons lost 11 lo 20 11)3. oach in a month under tlin direction of Dr. Samuel lillis. Phone! KIKBV nitos. DKIK; STOKI: Main ;ind Hroadwuy Blytlicvlllr, Ark. 7/ome Coming Day' Sunday, July 4th We will observe the Fourth al Promised Lund Methodist Church with "HOME COMING" services slarltnp; Snlunt.iy nUlil :il B P. M. Our guost spcflker will bo Hie Rev. S, fi. Wllford, |ms- tor of Ihe Firsl Methodist Church, Blylhevillc. Snnriiiy morning Church School ill 10 A. M. Mr. Mnrcu.s GaliMVi. .superinlciirlciil. All old members and members who have moved nwny, help to bring back the spirit of Ihc limes past by being in your old classes. Our District 'Superlnlentlcnl. the Rev. J, Albert Oatlin of Jonesboro. will preach at the II o'clock hour. Dinner on the ground, nl noon for everyone. In the nltrr- noo!i llwie will be singing and nossllily one or two short tal!:<;. The day will close with preaching service nl 8 P. M. Our BUI'S'- speaker will be the Hcv. Lulhcr Wilson, (inslor of HIP Mcllio- tllsl Church at Dell. Ml former members and friends and all nrc.scnl members and friends of the church In the surrounding communities arc Invited to be with us. Conic and bring your basket. Meet your old friends nnd acquaintances, make new friends and rnjciy the clay. PROMISED LAND METHODIST CHURCH Rev. and Mrs. 1). G. Hindman, Pastors WAItNIN'G OltDKIt IN TUB O!!ANCI!ll\ COtlRT OP CUIC;KAHA\VIIA DISTHICT oi ; MISSISSII'I'I COUNTY, AH- KANHAS. hujims W. hnnsford, I'lnlntlir, vs. No. ftaSG l.oulsc , UiDiiford, DL'/oinliiiit. The defendant l.oul.so 0. Latin- ford l,s hereby warned lo upp n-llhln thirty dny., ,|ii || 1( > coiirl mimed • In (ho eupUon hereof n)i< answer thu complnlnt of the ulnln- tlir 'I'liomiis W. Unuford. " '-. UlltMl lilts I (luy Of JiuiC, 10M HARVEY -MORllia, Clerk H.v Doris Mnlr, D.. C, rcrcy A, Wrlfjlil, Ally, for I'ltf. Oluiide !•'. Cooper, Ally. n<l Ijltem. Mom tlmn IJ1.000 mllcw of holes wen- drilled by American oilmen ilnt'lnj; in-ti, _ . • r I'lltsburiih, I'n., Is colder Ihni iponlmucn, Dr-immrk, In Uu mourn of Febnmry. • , ' The Miracle In Permanent Waving! COM) KAY, Ihe nudcm, Mlen- ttllr wave. No lient—No machines. Droii in for rieUll.i. . MARGARET'S BKAUTY SHOP >M S. Flrsl Phone ZIJZ inspection Dates' \ • ','•<• Up 'ToJIotorists MotoilsUs iriusl keep up with, their i&pccllon dales on tires, . J. _ Truck' llres are to -be Inspect*^ very two'months or -6000' miles;- •••* • •hlch ever comes; first; passenger;,- nr Ures anist be liispccted- every---' bree months If owners h»ve- ( 'G r ' •ir<ls; every four inonilis'lf'h 1 itVe"B'' -~~ i rds, n 11 d every!' B! x "(no'n ttis jj' naw *, A" cards, it', has been aniiourieed.'-'v Grailuil* In HUrkout ' " '""" KAMMONO. Hid. :':tU.'l?.).~Thp.__ 51 seniors al George Rogers Clark " 'l«h school claimed they were the, Iral class In the country'to''grad- „ luted in a blackout. The 'alfrl 'sif-- • lal, Bounded when diplomas were icing htimlcil out, bill the"5Chopr* ''its • iii'cparcd for.. Ilic'.blacKwl,..!," Hack-curtains were drawn and all' iRhts extinguished txcept, a few «<t uml blue foolllghls ' on.Ore ' f nge, nnd the - program, went on. "• - ••> WARNING OHDfK • Miiry Glass Smith Li .warned to ppcar In (ho chancery Coml lor ' ho-Chlckasftwlia District iof-Mis- ' Isslppl Counly, Arkansas; within hlrty days from tho 'dale Weof'' ' o answer a complaint fllc'd uualnst'••' icr by Horbcrt (jiinllh. . ..;':• ; Haled Ihls. lal n'ay of Jime."lWi".?* . JfAllVKY MOIUUS; Clcrku . Uy Doris Mnir, Deputy.',-.:.' lend .fs Uvi'iird, ' ' - • '.;•'" Allys. for Pltff.- ... .,;"''. ; , Waller I,, ^opc, Ally, nd Utcih.'.'!' . HEADACHE^ • • CipuJIn*, whlcK H!IO »oolhM n*r'»M ui'Klby iu i>"!n. C«adln«H HwM. No w«lllni M I~C ' ^luolvs liotura or «ft«r Uk- r.«Uj i SKIN ERUPTIONS • .••• w __(«i«m.ii» «^r V.' : RELIEVE ITCHING PROMOTE HEALING l.rn.lly c^iirf Kn:i& ^orou6h^^-]JtjrhTd^'" with linllk'nlio Illack «ud Wl.lto Olntirtb'rit: l/«b otilV . BUCK mt mnt OWTMENT Contitmoui Showi • ; : "Every ' . • • .;.-,',.-.( Bo» Office Opens 1:41 •.-,-„ Sh»w Starts 2:OI' : ' '" ' LISTEN TO"KLCN'' >•--','• *.m. 12:45 pjn. • 4:3* p.a. Thursday & .Friday;;, . FOR THE BOYS WHO ARE FAR AWAY! AS a triljiiic lo llic -1,512 Penney employees in our -i X lighting forces, we .ire devoting die month of July 10 selling die War liomls of our Country. 1' or our licriris, anil your hearts, arc constantly wit Ii llicsc lioys. 'I li.il is why every I'cnney associate is so willingly mobilized in tliis great campaign. Tocl.y Sgt-.Tcx Klnusof ihc llutcliinson, Kansas, store, decorated for shooting down two Japanese planes olFKisica, fs in the (In'ck of things in tticAIcu- ti:tns. Buy n liond nnd help him annihilate more JapsI Today Sgt. Mnlcolm l.npan of I. nraniic, Wyoming, ? 1'lyii'g I'onres.? gunner, is thoiighl to he ;< prisoner in Germany after the famous April raid on the Renault works in Paris. Duy a Uond, and carry on, for him, where he left ofFI Yes, Kuy a liond no'.e—lo liclp yoiiroxn stvttlhearl or your son, your iitphctv or your ntis/itor to coiitf inarching home again. Last July your purchases of War Bonds at Penney's knocked sky-higli our (uioia froni the Treasury. Let's lirai that record — back our boys with (very dollar v>t can spare— buy Bonds al Putney's »ow.' TIMOR UUCHTOH raramoum News and Spor} ,Short Buy Ah Extra '$! lii War Stamps In July!, l!el|> Finish the - '•••'." Aircraft Curried - v SHANGRI-LA! 130,000,0(10 . ..' : . Americans Arc II!'-.' ; Roxr Bartitn Nijht Ever; Nljbl Exwt Saturday. " . Boj Office Optnj S:U > Show Starts 7:M Ctntlnoon 8h*wi 8*1. inn «•«. Thursday and Friday GKXGE A UNIVERSAL PICTURE

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