The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 2, 1943 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, July 2, 1943
Page 2
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PAGB;'1WO BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS .FRIDAY, JULY 2, •1943 Wedding Rites Held At Presbyterian Church Rehearsal Supper Given To Honor Bridal Couple Last,' of nil Interesting series at affairs complimenting Uie former Mis.? Nellie Johns mid nny Hay- fill liranlley Jr., their mnr- I'ingo ttot.s iiflONioy;:, was a Mip- |x>r iiiirly'givcn instj nljihl by Mr. anil Mrs. 1/oui.s 1 George of O.s'ooolii nml MLs's Mamie•Kntiullcy of,'liny Mltielle, Alii., nl the Ucoi'ge liome ID Osceolti following the rehearsal. Tiic 20 gupjSls Included members of Hie traMliii; |):irlj', their wives nml liiisbruHls, ami "lit of town guests litre /or Uie riles. Vivid .shmlc.s of MVISiiinmer flowers decorated Ihc lioiise with a p brl(lnl themo ciUTietl out In Uio> (liiiliiB room from where Uie .supper nipiin wns served. H was 'ut tills nffi\h" tlml tlu> brlilnl couple iireswjlecl' llicir ijlfls to member.; of the we.O.dlng imiiy. Out of (own (fiii'.sl. 1 ! ware Miss Marguerite KnliiilleV of Buy Mln- clli.', Mls.s Kntlicrliie Uriintley of Snmlci.svllle, OH,,mid Miss Ell/ii-' Iwlli linintlcy of Mncon,..aa., sis- Icrs of the lii'iilciji'onm. . • "' * * * INKS. IKH.KN KNTKItTAlNS IWHHj'K C'l.llli ANI> CimSTS. Mrs. William Duleii entertained tlie A.D.C.. Club WciUiewtay'ftflor- iiobn'whem .she.liiui, n^ guests, Mrs. Robert, Flynn; Mrs. O'. Tl'.'Burli'er mid Mrs, Clie.ster (Jaliiwell. The , eiiterlnlnliiE room's ..where le guests pliiycd bridge were 'deu- rated tlirouyhonl wflh pink glad- oil'and snnii'dnigoD.i. ' In the bridge |>iimc.s, lilnli''scorc ward • was ^(veii lo Mm. • Jiiiiie.s' •erry wltlv Mrs. Ciitdwell winning iecoiKl lily Mr. and Mrs. !,. H. Williams of ilke.slon, Mo., has been upending wo duys here with Mrs. Williams' nuther, Mrs. W. C. Farmer. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bnrr of Cleveland, Miss., have returned to lielr home after several days here with Mrs. IJarr's mother, Mrs. Hot>- ert l-ovcU. 'J'hey were uctowpimled iere by their daughter, Pntsy and lepliew, linlpti Hair. Mrs. Susie iBelimp left ycslor- Jolin^nnd Tech. Sergt. Roy Rny/ul Branllcy Jr:, of Sandersville, Ga., ami 'Tllylhcville Army Air. Field, was solemnized tills afternoon at First: Presbyterian Church. Thc'Rcv. R. Scott Baircl, minister of first Christian Church, p«r- : formed the double ring nervlce at 5 ' o'clock before a gathering relatives and intimate friends. of \Vhjie E'udioli and cathedral ta- licrs glowing against a background of Jackson \ine and palm? made an effective self Ing for the wedding iparty. Tlia' gladioli she used a lace handkerchief be- Ihc cliancel, where they flanked branched wrought. iron candelabra. Tlie choir loft was banked In the grecngry against the palms. : A program of nuptial music was presented by Bernard Gooch, or- C.neg; and Salut. D'Amur" :is. tlie guests assembled. Elgar, j Koss Stevens, vocalist, sang '"Die I Sweetest Story: Ever. Told" Stulls/ ind I Ixne You iTruly" Bond. Thfff : "Bridal ,Chorus" from Lohengrin, Wagner, wns heard as the wcddiris party entered; strains of Llcbeslraum Liszt, accompanied tlie 'exchanging of the vows, and 'Mendelssohn's "Wedding Marcli" v^s played fort-the recessional, i ' The bi idi, who was given in' nmriage Irj her brother, Elliott Johns, nore i gown of white Chan- I tilly ,!ace mid marquisette over taffeta. The close fitting bodice 'of 1 lice was designed with long fitted j .sleeve; and the squate - cut neck trimmed with a frilled edging : to form a yoke'effect. The full, floor ' leniUlf skirt had bands of the lace j[ inserted at Intervals. r- Tho- bridal hend covering was ? a mantilla of matching.lace, caught I to form a lace-edged frill about | the face. \ Her<bridil bouquet was a pnrple- | throated white orchid surrounded I \utli garrtcnhs and stephanotis, showered with tufts of inaline and white •aim nbbon. A diamond cross on a pearl and gold pendant, a gilt of the bridegroom, was the bride's only orna- longlng to 11 friend which, .had been carried by ninny briiles. Her only feminine nltendnnl Miss Mamie Knhalley of Buy Ml- nette, Ala,, wore u companion'frock in pal* pink Chantllly lace and chiffon over inlletn. "The bodice hart a square neckline and short puffed sleeves and the floor length skirt was slilrrci! to tlie, waistline. She carried n bouquet of pink carnations • nnd blue iigaphanphus . ; 'lled with matching satin ribbon ' and wore a cluster of the sunn flowers in • her hair. The bridegroom Imd for his bcs' man, .Master Sergt. Ralph, S. HHS lings'of Lisbon, N. D. Ushers were Slnlf Sergt. Arnoli A, Piickett, ( of KnoxviUc, Tcnn and:.staff': sirgt.' William \F Me Caughey of Portland, Ore., all o whom are .stnlioiied nt Mh'thcvilk Army Air Field. Immediately following the service, the 'bridnl couple received tin best wishes of llieir relatives am friends in the foyer of the church Later, they left for a brief wed ding trip before returning here where they will live at 508 Chicka sawba. For traveling, the bridi wore an original Lettle mode of American Beauty linen, in u two-piece suit, with n large brown mllrin bill mid other acces sories In brown nnd white. He orchid corsage wns In the shade. Other' out of town guests pres ent -at the ceremony were th bridegroom's two sisters, Miss Kalh erine Briintlcy of Snndcrsvlllc, Oa and Miss Elizabeth Biantley Macon, Ga., Miss Marguerite Ka luilley of Bay Minetle, Ala., Mr and Mrs. P. Johns of Lusoia, Mr and Mrs. George of Oscc ola, Miss Rose Baddour of Hughes Ark. Wild horses on Snble Island, N S., arc descendants of a shtploat of French horses wrecked ther centuries ago ho&torinns in Quebc Province believe. The hostess served • lici Iced drinks. sandwiches" MKS. FRANCIS JACKSON IAS C.ll.C Ol-UH All mctnbci's were present when Mrs. Francis Jackson entertained he C.U.C. Club yesterday afternoon nt her home. Summer flowers were used BiU of News Mostly Personal a dinner parly and dancing on the plantation Roof, Hotel Pcubotly. Mr. HfOgi;ins expects to (jo Into service Into IMs invntli. Mr., mid Mrs. Cecil Owens and children, Dclores and Oun, of SI. 1/iuls are the guesLi of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Owens and family for several days. Sam Owens and his brother, Cecil 1 Owens, went to Hlckman, Ky., yesterday to be with their mother, Mrs. Mary Agnes Owens who Is seriously.111. Mrs. Edna Hires, who underwent a minor biwrallon this morning at Walls Hospital, will be confined to her home, 20r West Cherry, for several days. ' Hilly Dclaiig and Jim Smart are spending the week at Maiden, Mo., will) Mrs. DeJxHKi'.s sister, Mrs. Dan Tyler. The liev. James A. Ovorholsor. throughout the enlciialnlut; rooms where bridge was played, with high score prize awraded to Mrs. Paul j Bynim and second high to Mrs. ,T. Jackson. Ilrldgu was won by Mrs. R. C. CopcHind. Homemade ice cream and cake was ..served by the hostess at the conclusion of the games t * • IMUUIITKK IS HORN TO J. I,. THOMPSONS. A daughter was born lo Mr. ami Mrs. J. L. Thbmiison Jr., early today .at Wails Hospital. The baby lias not yet been named. Mrs. Thompson, the former Miss Bonlta Bruce, and Mr. Thompson have two sons, J. L. Thompson in, (and Bincc 'Vhomixson. ( ,\. ; . Used to Ups and Downs ' 11BNDRICKS_FIELD, F!a. (UP) — Ascending to gr'ent helghUs and descending rapidly, or gradually, doesn't bother Lt. George A. Svc- reika tif Chicago one bit a.s he trains to become pilot of a Plying Fortress. In private life he operated an elevator. lay for a vlsll will) her son Bill Morris, of Greenville, Miss. .Mrs. L. Q. Naslr has Bone to Uopkhisvllle, Ky., to be with her 'alher, Judge O. H. Anderson, wlio is- critically ill. ! Corp, names Crook of Nashville, Tc-nn., is spt-iiiilng ;m eicht ay fuHoiigh here with his mother, Mrs. 'J. E. Crook and oilier relatives., • . Mrs. jimmy Wlllluins of Mem- ll.s will' arrive tonight, lo spend tin: weekend with her mother, Mrs. J. E.' Crook, and to be with lier Brother, Corp. Harncs Crook, who is here on furlough from his suition in Nashville, Tcnn. Ti. Grace Aboi'mithy has gone to: Wichita Rills, 'I'exa.s, .where .she Will visit friends for several days. Mtss Madclon Norbnry of Ulllc ciyk I.M spending .several days with her cousin, Mrs. Walter • L. Pope ami Mr.-Po))c. Pfc. Ucrt Slidham who has been on maneuvers in Nashville,. Teim.,- ts here ou a-three-day leave with his fnmlly before being-transferred lo a new station. Mrs. A. C. Haley Is ill nt' her home, 2310 Magnetite... Mr.s. A. O. Hudson and daughter, Miss Katheriue Hudson, are spencl- .Inff two weeks in' Hot Springs wit Mrs. Hudson's sister, Mrs E E Simpson, and the Rev. Mr. Slinp- son. , • . , . H. O. McHnffey is serioasly. ill at s home. Mrs. George Stilweil is conviil- scing after a major operation per- Jrmed several weeks ago Mrs. Harold Wright, is Improving fter a short Illness. Mr and Mrs. Claud Scog B lns and 'lighter, Sally Ann, are spending week in Memphis as the guests Mrs. Scorings' parents, Mr. and Irs. Claud Scoggins Sr. While icre tl.ey were complimented with pastor of First i'resbyleiian Church, Is spending llils week in Memphis while conducting nn evangelistic meeting. Mrs. J. Nick'Tomas Jr., and dniigliter;;, Jane and Ann, Memphis lire spending n week liurc as guesls of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Nick Thomas. Mr. Thomas will arrive tonight from Memphis wJicn lie, with Mrs, Thomas will go lo Cenlralia, 111., for the Fourth of July. Tlie children will remain here with their grandparents. Or. and Mrs. W. P. Brewer nml Mr. and Mrs. J. w. Hliouse fire spendlns the weekend with relatives In Sinlthvllle nnd Salem, Ky. Mrs. James A. Overholscr ami daughter Nanuerl spent today in Memphis with tho Rev. Ovwhol- Keeping Up With The Men In Service Lieut. Eugene Bradley, iilythc- villu attorney, has keen promoted to first lieutenant. Lieutenant Bradley has been In service lor n year and Is stationed at Jack.son, S. C. Second Lieut. Howard G. 'Frisby Jr., son ofi Mr. and Mr.s. H. G. l-'rlsby, UI5 Chlckasawba, has completed his traiislllimal training in flying the B-25 bomber, Lieut. Filsby received this training at the fJi Junta, Colu., Army Air Field whore he recently was commissioned in the Army Air Forces iii-;l wits awarded his wings. Lieutenant Frlsby attended Bly- thevllle High .School ami University of Arkansas, where he miijored In chemistry, before being appoint- and John Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. W. R, Crawford nnd daughter, Snndrii. have gone to Hickory Flat. Tenn., to visit rel.'illvo.s for Hit cd an aviation cadet, - Pvt. Jack u Teague of the Marines is spending his furlough with his parents at Manila. At The Hotphab Baptist Hospital Dismissed— Mrs. W. W. Watson, city. Clyde Howerton, city. Walls Hospital Admitted— . Peggy Privett, city. W. W, Austin, city. Beatrice Ingram, city. Mrs. C. ii, pllworth, city. Mrs. J. W. Cox, Ilermondale, Mo. Mrs. Odis Wilson, Holland, Mo. Charles T. Hamilton, Decatur, III. Horn to Mr. and Mrs, J. L. Thompson Jr., city, a daughter this morning, Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kllburn, city, a daughter this morning. Dismissed— Mrs. Virgil Greene, city. Mrs. W. D. Blaylock, city. Memphis Baptist Hospital Admitted— W. 11. Neighbors, Leachvllle. Memphis St. Joseph's Hospital ' Admitted— • Mrs. Floyd Coleman, Caruthers- aile, Mo. CAKI) OF THANKS We .sincerely thank all of the friends of our loved one, \,, w. Haraway, for llicir kindness during his illness and their sympathy and lloral olrcrlnus at the time of his death. Norma Geneva Haraway, wife Norjnn Rhca McCownn. dtiUKh- ter Mary Lliizene Hnraivay, daughter Dorothy Frances Hciraway, daughter C. C. Haraway, In-other Alma Brown, slslcr Hc.ssle :P. Ivy, sister-in-law ht-$$£il POINTERS ON POINTS MAKHOUR POINTS COUNT get quqlify FOODS! LOOK for brand names of Q unquestioned quality. You c»n » depend on digestible, all-vege- fi , table HumKo . and _ similar I . quality foods. ? flllTEMIHB IS k VIUl f 101 LOfiittu* U cate/u[uj.' Friday Night, July 2 .. . Foil are invited to hear evangelists 0. L. Jaggers and D. C. Of/den, Services at 8:15 o'clock. ». C. OGDEN , EvangelitU Jaf«er$ and Of den play on the strings of a piano in immita- bon of a Swiu Harp—an accampliiHment mastered by only one other man :,ntheworkL fcjj * A H^^tUmf \ The First Assembly I Of God Church Rev. H. E, Simms, Pastor who ihe scr at Church. IK conducting meetings Glenview Presbyterlnn Mr. .anil Mrs. John Mt-Dowcll DANCE Saturday Night 9:30 to 1 O'Clock In the Beautiful Blue Room of the HOTEL NOBLE AIU CONDITION HI) For Cool Comfort! Admission fiCc Per Person Will Be Closed CLOSED ALL DA Y Monday—July 5th Tuesday—July 6th Wednesday—July 7th ... In celebration of Independence Day and lo give our personnel a much needed rest. The New York Store BLYTHEVILLE LAUNDRIES Are Now Asking For The COMPLETE COOPERATION Of Their Customers! Recently Time Magazine said "The laundry business, biggest U. S. service industry, is unable to cope witb war" ... Your Blytheville laundries are asking your cooperation so that they will be able to continue giving first 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. AFTER MONDAY, JULY 5 DO HOT SEND THESE FOR LAUNDRY SERVICE: SOCKS, NAPKINS, HANDKERCHIEFS, *SII,K UNDKRWBAR, HABY CLOTHES (except diapers) . . .» AN1> ALL SMAU, I'lKCKS THAT RRQU1RK HANI) FINISHING. Silk vnderthinfn and many hnnd- ftnUh Item:! nu; tw eo.sllj handled »t home. IMPORTANT HELPS TO US: • Hold your bundle until it contains a minimum of 50c worth of work. • Unbutton shirts and cuffs, unroll sleeves and socks, and turn pockets inside out. • I're-sorl your bundle, grouping articles of the same type together. (*Silk and hand-finish dry cleaning not affected by this notice) mi. - • • BLYTHEVILLE LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANERS NU-tNA LAUNDRY & CLEANERS The Miracle In Permanent Waving! COM) RAY, the nudern, sclen- tlllo wave. No heal—No nia- thines. Drop hi for details, MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP 104 S. 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