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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)/ COURIER NEWS W«& Eme*t O.'Salners Mi* dat«bter - — - «•> * C*th*rin» Owrton. WUUsm ,-. bride »*£rnejtO aaners,«gf Chicago Stia ' cotway, ' v in a ceremony pei /apodal «' 0 clock "Sunday aT- ' t«rno«n at the ban* of the parerits * > , ', frlmds, and r*la- th«i of , . for ti» Mitttooy. which w»s read, b> tt* toy Unit Wunkett of ' ' Miss Fisher Will Become Bride Of Officer Sunday Mrs E A Ftslie 1 announces the engagement nnd approaching mar- rtage;or her' daugh'ter, Miss Mary Josephine 'FJlsher to Lieut-. Jnmes Blame Johnson of the Army Air Fp]:qC5..spo.of..Mr.'flnd Mrs'. 'j. n. Johnson of Meinplils. ; 11ie wedding will . be. solcmnlml Sunday ' afternoon ,ni Uio First Methodist. Church here. Miss Fishei was, graduated from Hie, BIylhevllIe. Hlali School In V*rt •*• ... ,"— ma improvised before the te^iwindqw of''the ovettgn and hucUcberr; grww-ry Cathedral t»pers In wrought Iron, holder-, nnd I^opf baskets of white gladioli nere f placed,on eacii eWt- A program of nuptial I music was given bj Mrs'D »W GUfaeK, a,gnt of'the "pride. Amotij the selections plajejj «, as JLJebettr»um Kliss Dorothey» Gilbert;, ftX«'<w*l»'s ,cousin sang- 'ShubeH's-> Serenade" The Bifdal Chorus t f rom > LQbengrin was plnycd tot the recessional, r / The bride, who^as given in marriage by lier father, wore a Berjdoi and Hornberger ^model of white Fiemm.corde Her accessories were of ulilfe, and her'arm-bouquet cf snow white rose!, and gardenias was centered with n laiender orchid The bride s ? only' attendant is a 1 ; Jiei sister, Mls»,Gal) OveUon, who ttorea pastel'green frock with white acc c siorles Her corsage »as of pink roses and swtet peat ' Edward fihewmaker of/Paragould serv ed as i best i man* A reception »ss held following th? ceremony when a three-tiered wedding, caliii fonnedJth* center- » i iic r ,,., t anyim, ununn mm M piece for the UceJ dr»ped table, the church yesterday afteinooti (or whlch was decorated with roses and their Royal Service program fe ^ ~, ^ 1 . Mrs Charles Ray NewLOinb. the Mrs 'Blanche Davis aunt of th« piesldent opened the , . 194! ami attended business college at ' Opeluusas, " la She Is tlie daughter of .the late R. A, Fisher and a member pi a prominent pioneer family of this section. Lieutenant Johnson U, a situlii- nte of 'the Wliltehaveri Hiijh School and rcci'iscd hi), wings and commission with the graduating class of the BlylhevUle Aimy Air 1):isc Peb 10 He. now is stationed HI Selinan- Field, Monroe, La.. us a 'pilot for navigation students * . » • SON IS BORN TODAY 10 BI.YTilt.VIUt, COUPIE • lech Sergt and Mrs Sim Johns of Oilando, Pta, announce llie bhlH of a datightei, bom to them this moirtlng at Orlando Hospital. llie baby the couple's fust child. lias been ««med Fi.uikc Nell. Mis Johi^ Ls tilt foimi-r Miss Virginia Cash rhej are Junking their home' in Orlando while Sergeant Johns Is ; stationed at the Orlando' Air Base; • • • FIRST BAPTIST W. M, V MEKTS YESTERDAY. 'I he Woman's Misslonaiy Union of the First noon with 16 members present. » 'Die (opic, "Love Never -Disappear.?", was . discussed by Mrs. George Crews. Prayers were offered by Mrs. Hales sturdy-and Mrs. ivcrfioTi Morris. In. t lie absence of the president, Mrs. w. L. Qreen, the business session Was presided over by Mrs. A. It. Reagan, at which, time leathers wore nppolmed for (lie Vncnflon Bible School which will start Mny Bits of NCWB Mostly Personal bride presided at'the refreshment table the bell High School and attended Freed-H«rd«maa coilfig* at Henderson, Trori. Arkanjs 8Ute College, Jonisboro and Harding College, stew&Aifc , For the <M«t year its Salners ending the group in the repealing of the »ntch word 01 the year and singing the hymn of the year. The topic. wa4, 'Christian Witness Through Learning with Mrs. J* f TTnt-.K.i l.« ,\ * ut unc '^Mb JW- "**9 014*4 ICrat has been tefcntog at Dell in the Mi Sajnrrs received his degree /ram Hardjng Coltefe and is em- plosed as' »-che(nl«t iivthe Marsh ~ ' ' ~ ' 'near Conway, C?rduance r > PUnt shere. For prln , wore, a mod*l with ,^, — , ,..™. „.„. matching brown 'and 'green accessories and U •houldtr corsage 'of orchids ** " "• > ll» f fs f MEXICAN* tabti FOR AlTXItJARY :*ARTY. The Woman's Aiulllary of the First PrttbStertih chutch met Monday arttrtooa 1 in 'the social soca rooms t o{, t^ifhgrch Jot Its Birth- =-^,— _— > --- May 31 year* ago UK} this, eyent Is annually 'observed by inakjhg gifts to some aftlectpt ails«Jpnary objective which jt.pStolljjM^niBts women end chlldteniot hoine and foreign lands, «^t«n as presenting a program sfjgJMft to tfi»t need This y«r Oik. ,proj««t *aS, "Lit ' . , , - erature (Por^MecifcO'' This program was to thargft oI,'Mrs J W Mc- GI11, how th* need , , * lor literature was "dUcovered by foremost^ihurch Jeaders, ifho have , e been lnU|eri£O fpr a conference The need was emphasized from the \iewpomt of tour groups; children, missionaries ministers and efangtHsU These were given by Mrs E A Rice, Mrs Leslie Hooper and Mrs hunty To rectrve the gilts O W Dilla- a Mexi- . of; Mansfield, ^[o. •- ••". B**K u m*:Ai- can bowl was provided by Mrs H H Houcbins, who described a native game called 'plnata In w . n ,« h Parents place gifts for their • - ^^,^ ms children and those present placed ent with prn>ci P Hardln In cliarge The i opening nnd devd- —«--~™D t'mwT^ri mm UC VU- Uonal »as siven by Mr-, M, c Outlaw) Mrs William Buryman gp\e » talk on 'The Powei of Education 1 The topic of the Inlk by Mrs Walter Bishop v.ns "Witness of clirlstlan Schooli and Ba'p- :lst Colleges" A prayer wns ; ofTej-ed by Mrs H H Brooks In closing, the leadci, Mrs iardln gave the benediction with Mrs Muriay Smart accompanyijk' her on the plnno Mrs Alviu HufTman closed the meeting with pVajer * * • • LIEUTENANT CADE WEDS BOSTON GIRL ',r ' Lieut B Venion Cade, son ot Mr and Mrs William B Cnde of Memphis,, formerly ot here, was married on Feb ID to ; Mlts DorLj Va, Miss Nellie Johns returned yos- lerduy from a 15-day ivislt In Norfolk and Virginia Bcauh, Vu., where she was I lit guest of her brother, 1'etty Officer Steven Johns, who is stationed ttl the Norfolk Navul Air Station. Miss Mary'Jo Hull lias returned from Riverside, Calif., where she hiis been spending several weeks as the guest of .her sister, Mrs. James Brooks und LiciitciViint Uiooks. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. W, Benll and Mrs. '['. L,. Phillips silent Simdny at the home of Miss Bess Hall and Mrs. W. Ci. Wicklmin who., had a family .dinner Sunday, complimenting . their nephew,-Ben Hall who'left for IJltle Rock, Monday lo join the armct! forces.' Pvt. and. Mrs., James Lunsford are 'spendliig a ' 10-clny furlough ncre with relatives Private Lunsford ,1s stalloncd nl Camp Btitner, Durham. N. C. • -. . Mrs. CljoiJey Adams, Miss ftfary Lou Adanis, Mrs, J. A, Hogers and (luuijhter ' Mary of Mncoh, Miss., spent' the weekend here, as guests of Mr, and Mrs. T; P. Jackson.- Mrs. \\: A. Blckei-ataff spsnt today In Memphis. RiuseH'CnnipbGll will leave tonight for New York City whero he will-attend^to business. Mrs. John Wulden underwent,. n tonslllectomy nl the Huljeiier Cllhlu (oday. ... ' : . . -. .. . , , ; , . Mrs. James R. 'Clnrk spent tnclay In Memphiii. where she consulted lier specialist. Mrs. Jamie Fox 'rind i Mrs. Garth Ciistilo returned -Siiturday from Memphis where Uhey spent several days last week. Bobby Peterson Is 'visiting his aunt, Mrs. Everett Rogeis of Para- gould'tlils week. , Mr. and Mrs.. Prnnkllii Horton and children, Frank and Maty Ghnrlliiij-- of Hope, Ark.,' arrived Saturday-night for a visit with Mr. nnd . Mrs.- Mrirlon Wllllnms und family. Mr. Horton will leave In a few .days but Mrs. Hortbii, who is Mrs, Williams' sister, will remain lor n'iloiiger x "vislt.Y,' \ Miss ~ "' "-" - Local Students To Attend Boys State AI Little Rock .Plans are being made for a-number of Hlythevllle boy.s lo attend Hoys Stsile next month where they will learn how to become good citizens at a special school sponsored annually by the American Legion of Arkansas as a part of a nation-wide plnn to leach today's youth of the responsibilities they will hove tomorrow. To be held June 6-12 for the fourth year,,it Ls expected thai, 16 will go from Blythevllle thin year, .nst year, there-'were eight who mended from BIylhevllIe In ihi> 150 there. In the past, the local civic clubs, Rotary, Uojw mid Klwunis and the stationed at , Fbrt George Mend Md METHODIST CIRCLES MN »IAV BREAKFAST Wlien the Woman's Society' ot Christian Service of the First Methodist Church mi t In circles yesterday afternoon the mnlii topic was the May bieakfast Relreshiiients seie servtd at each of the /meetings and the president's message ai read Circle One met Kith Mrs Eugene Dickinson, with a members present The devotional was given by Mrs W I Dcntou Ui e Bible study bj Mrs H w Wjhe Mrs. B A Lynch disnil&sed the meeting with pra.yer.- Circle Two met v\lth Mrs. A E Huntley, with Mrs. E. A. GoodricT! OB' co-hostess. Mrs. E. M. Buriiey wns the only , ., guest Th" Bible study was given by Mrs O W Dnnielson and -Mrs dismissed the 12 pres- P E ----- — • •••«*« Lttwv ^tcoclIL UUll glfU hi & bo»l at the close of the- program. Mrs F B Joyner played stlec- ttons of Sfta«an nuislc preceding the social hour , The auditorium was made at- Mexlc™ An Inverted Mexican hat fllled with red and^yellow flowers flanked fay candelabra, of red, white and green candle* f orm«l the centerpiece for the tea table wiiere Ame«a SaUia, dujsaed In native Mexican ccetume, poured tea. small cakes decorated iu brown and yellow, in which were placed tiny Mexican flags, were served. A prolusion of pottery, rugs nowsrs and other mementos were added to the attractive setting Mrs. S, A. Hale, chairman of. social. activities, was assisted by Mrs Zal B Harrison, Mrs. H. H. Hou , . . . - ffd Mrs. L. D. Chamblta for thl» aflstr. There were 37 present >. • • - • THREE QUADS CLUB HAS FOVK GCEST?. " M "iM»e Smith was, bonus, to the Ttt»* Qiaiit Clast hut night when the; had as eu«ts. Mrs' R^B-W". Va. Didtto' Burto«; Mrs. Ruth Henteson ind Mrs. W B. N&tty, » ' '; ' ' la th« bOMO gwnw, hi^, K0 5"* "S"** to Mr.- *mmy T« r . 5, U '« w ^JSi* ore t* 116 to *s. W. H Bttdhtfty, un. Burton won U* bunco. prte and Mrs. Don EdwartU the conspUUon. The ho*t«M tervtd a dessert course with lc*d~drinlo for re ' ' Circle Three met at the home of Mrs. Roland Green with 13 pre.s- :nt. Mrs. J. O. Sudsbury gave the devotional and there wns one bnby lie membership presented to Mar- ;aret Lou-Nelson, daughter of Mrs. Hirp was hastes* to Circle Four, with 14 members present. The Bible study was given by Mrs. W. u Craflon and Mrs. O. G Redman rend nh original poem in r of the president, Mrs James Jr., who was a guest at this meeting. Circle Five mel with Mrs. Gean Atkinson. Tli ere were 10 present to o^f M «- O. N. .Hawkins give tlic Bible study and Mrs. Kirby the devotional. The group wns dismissed with prayer by Mrs. B N Hill ™ , '^ W- H 7>lylor entertained oircie Six. with nine members pres- em. The Bible study w « s gi^n by Mrs. Charles Crigger and the Lord's Prayer was slid In unison for dismissal. ' will -• arrive "eat, N. C., , — — — ~^.., attending •fchool. Ein-oiite home .she \vlli stop in Memphis for a visit .with her nunt,. MJ-.S. . Ernest iBall and, Mr. Ball : who is superintendent of schools. there. Miss McCiil) is the daughter of Mr. and Mis. K M MUOall, Mr. and Mrs. B. 'J. Allen have gone to Blloxl ,Mlss., for two weeks of rest nnd recreation. Mr. nnd Mrs. B. T. Worthy were in Memphis Sunday where liiey visited Mrs. Worthy's sister, Mrs. J. II. Smart Jr., who is In the Bnptlst Hospital. Mrs. Joe ICucter nnd Mrs. Terrj Ltme left Inst night for Snglnnw, Mich., lo nltencl llie funernl of their grandmother, Mrs. Joseph Tnschner. Mrs, E. P. Hnrdin spent Sunday n Memphis, Social Calendar WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS .Mr.s. William Koch entertaining 400 Club at home of Mrs. William Yales. 'A. D". C. Club mfetliiK with Mrs. Wllllmn Dolen. Mrs. Kugene,DlckiiLson enteilnln- J)g Ilio Wednp«lny -Contract Club. Town anj Country' Club will inett with Mrs, O. W. McCutchen; Past Matrons and Patrons' Club will meet, 8 p.m., with Mrs. Rnl- 'Kh Sylvester.. : THURSDAY'S EVENTS ' Mrs, E. F. Khshner v/IJl be hostess to Thursday Luncheon Mld-Week Club will meet with Mrs. M, O. Usrey. Mrs. William Lambert will entertain Triple Table Club. Mny Day Breakfast will be held n social room of First Methodist Church. Bapttst. Training Union, 100'per enters will liave a hamburger sup•*''• « o'c'ock, at First Baptbl Church. Mrs. Lynn Brown Is cntrrtnlnlne :he Double- Four Chib .0 and M. Dlrlliduy club meeting at 7:30 p. m. with Mrs. R, • r' Scrape. Blytlievllle Woman's Club meet- ng HI club imiiso for. a one o'clock luncheon. FRIDAY'S EVENTS ..C.B.C. club meeting with Mrs, T ^ Jackson. MethodiiU To Serye May Breakfast Thursday ,'Thc long time custom of u May Breakfast has been nmde possible by a tietf ruling of the ration board. "The Woman's'Society of Chrfc- tlati Service will again serve to the people of Blythevllle this an- tlclJMtcd event, next Thursday morning In Hie social rooms of the Church. ,,''.' fte new rlilliig allou's for (he serving of-food for benefit affairs, so .-'again lh<? same menu as of other years will appear on your plate. .Proceeds from the tickets which sell from 60 cents, will go lo Die Church funds. Mrs. James Hill Jr., iind Mr.s, W. C. Hljiglnion are general chairman for this ; affair.-Those assisting iii-c; Mi-s. Henry Humpheys, who will havC'CharKe of the kitchen, the purchasing committee will consist of Mr.s, C. S. Stevens, Mrs. Roland Green 'and Mrs. John Feathetstone. -Mrs. M. G. Goodwin will Imve charge of tickets, with the dining room committee composed of; Mrs, Charles Wyllc, Mrs. R B. Illnck, Mrs. Max Reid. Mr.s. Marcus Kvrnrd and Mrs Hugh Whilsllt. At The Hospitals Walk ilospifal Admitted^ •Mis. j. E. Thrasher, Lcflclivlllo. '.vlrs. Kale Fllppo,-Route 3. Mr;;. Turner Cousins, Dell. Born to Mr .tind Mr.s. C.-H. ILirt.i- fleid, flunlette, a son, tills niornlni;. Dlsmbsed— Stflilicii Shaver Cllden,-Cunilh- ersvllle. Mo. Donald Samples. Hnyli, Mo. , ' .Memphis Baptist H.isiiitul Admitted— • ' • ; E. W. Bliisslngame,. Monette. t Meni|ililfi Methodist Kus|iitul Admitted— • Mr.s. Verna Shcrblne, O.sceola. More than one-half of the water used In London comes from the River Thames. Dud Cason post ol American Legion have sent boys—juniors In high school—for thLs free .summer school and camp life. • All .students are selected by the school with those to go from Bly- thevllle not yet named. Among the activities arc the election of city,. county and state officers with ruling of these groups carried out just as they are done by. adults; along with the study of a session of legislature at which bills nre nrgued und oilier legal matters taken up. Q ub New* Note* ' YAKBliO CLUI! MliJi'i'S WITH MRS.' BUNCH. • Mrs. Spencer, Bunch eiileilalned the ,-Ynfbio Home Demonstration Club at her home on May 11, when a Mother's Day program was presented. The 14 members and one visitor, Mrs. J. N. Johnson, answered roll l by giving n Mother's Day quo- tallon. Mrs. Dave Abbott gave the devotional after wtileli Mrs. O, O Elkins read a poem, "Mother's Day.." The hostess road :<, |HX>m, "The Farmer's' Son." A letter from a boy Iji .wi-vice written lo his' mother was read by Mrs. 0. T. Oracey, "A Mother's Prayer" was given' »y Mr.s. Ernest French and "My Mollier" was rend by Mrs. Piml Abbott. iiVJug the business hour thi> president, Mrs. Lee Stiles, re|x)rt- til the purchase of a $2fi War Bond, 'me "piny totivnamcnt" and bingo party were discussed, The hostess served home mude cream and cake for refresh-' mcnts durinif Hie social hour. The next 'meeting will-be held Tuesday, May 2ft, at (lift home of Mr.s. Eka Wheeler. - , •When the Dogwood fii<| ge Home Oeinonslralioii Club .met Wednesday at the club Ilmi.w, (he 11 meinbci-K reported splendid gardens with canniiii; or greww, ..spinach peas,, stmwberrics und asparagas In progress. Plans were made at this meeting for the minimi wash dress re- vne at the club on June 23, when prizes will be given for the best dress.'First prize will be material for a house dress. .Dress forms iire being made for -several people now and all members are urged to be present for tills inl terestlng demonstration. Hostesses (or this affair were; Mrs. .1. A. Payne and Mrs. D. Gar- rctt. The devotional was offered by Mrs. E. A. Craig. All members are urged lo bring their "Better Homes" report at the next meeting which will be held on June a with .Mrs. E; A. Craig as hostess. Hoirell, lhat five local youths were enlisted in the U. S. Naval Reserve as apprentice seamen. They were Mux Odes Webb, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Odes Webb, 300 S. 17th Street, Tommle Wilburn Davis, son of Mr. and Mrs. U I), Dabbs; Benjamin •Worthlngton White, son of Mr. and Mrs B B White, all of Blytheville, ana Julias Allen Hamilton and John Ken-! neth Kelr.sey of Rives. Mo. •, These young men all are II years old and were sent to Little Rock for final enlistment. Thev will be sent to one of the Nava'l Training Centers where they will receive their training. After this first training period they may be sent to a technical training station and become petty officers The Navy needs many more young men in this age group all men enlisted will hav« an opportunity to learn a trade as the Navy will .send all men that can qualify to a trade school. When their training has been completed they will hold (lie rank of petty officer, the lowest grades pay 178 per month. Community Service Corpi Members Will Not Meet The weekly meeting of the Com- millllty Service Corps Girls has been cancelled and will not be held . tonight, according to announcement by MUs Gcncvlevc Whnlcn, USO director of ivomen's activities. ft| J-kn, £L BF ECTGROOMI MOROLINE "• HAIB TnMl HAIR TONIC . met al t . Charles Parilow. There were eight present. Mrs. E. B." stout gave the devotional and Bible study " r which tJu group wa B dtsmlii- Tim prayer by Mrs. Prentice Sjnlth. • > « UKE STREW GROOP MEETS YESTERDAY Woman's Society of Christian Servlte of the Lake Street Methodist Church, met yesterday after- «ooth'.' chaf,.: Fora BED , m ™' c ' it «l coat or protection rf i °?" 7 ; Announcing Opening of Memorial Park Cemetery 1 Choice Lots Available t , ' Plsr Infomation Call Soli Funeral Home :"-, , »*fc _ ^ • v_ 571 The Miracle In Permanent Waving! COI,D RAY, the modern, scientific wave. No heat—No machines. Drop in for detail*. MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP 1M S. First Phone 2SJ2 BINGO with Farm Products As Prizes 8 p. m. Thurs., May 20 Legion Hut Sponsored by County Council of Home Demonstration Clubs Five More Youths Navy Volunteers It wns announced today by the local Nsivy . recruiter, Robert E, TUESDAY, MAY 18, 1943 Fond Preparation Meeting Scheduled OECEOLA, Ark., May 18 _ A' training meeting for nil women in 1 Oxcoola und nearby territory in' the preparation of food lor frozen 1 lockers, the preparation and canning of foods will lie held at Osce- ohi High School' ill 2 o'clock Wednesday afternoon'-It is announced by Miss tne/ Kincnkl, home demonstration agent for thus section' of the county. . Miss Klnenld advised women not to lidng fniit.s .or vegetables to the meeting as sho will provide these In advance. Another meeting in around three weeks will demonstrate deliydratin« and brining of fruits and veeeta" Mcs. Miss Kincaid is being assisted in akhig preparations for tile meeting by the Rev. James S. Upton, pastor of the Methodist Church and Mrs. A. O. -Brlckey, who has accepted Die chairmanship' of the American Department of the Osceola Progressive Club "for next ONE OF THE GREATEST WOOO-MMH* YOU CAN BUY! You gi rtsvbb suffer from simple anemia or, who lose so much during monthly periods you feel tired,' .weak, "dragged out' 1 —due to low bipod Iron—try Lydla Plokham's TABLM*—one of the best anrl t}u(ckcst home ways to help build 1 up red blood, to get more, strength—lu Ejjcb casf'3. Oet Plnkham'a Tablets today/ Follow label Uliectlou?. A New, Enriched f •• jtajp^'-v •:.; M.'*M ' kv i 1 ":*i^ j of Bread ••-: - ••.-.. . ' ! . . ,'V •.." '-. Blytheyille's NEW Bakery!) Ask For "HART'S'' By Name At Your Grocers. . . I have purchaied (he business and equipment of the BlythevlUe Bakery at 106 E. Main. .-. Today we »™ busy paint-,' Irtf, remorttllnff, • and Installing new equipment.,. W»tch for (he announcement—we'll Invite you all la for a avlslt whfn we'r* done! I.. S. HAUTZOG • Identify the golden brown loaf with the flaky crust by the bright red-white-and-blue wrapper ... Your precer has it... Every loaf contains the energy and nerve vitamins recommended by the U. S. Government as best for your family's welfare. A taste-trial of this new enriched bread will "sell" your whole family on Hart's ... It's the perfect, one-pound, family size. '• . '•"''•, i HART'S BAKERY Blytheville, Ark: season. The public is Invited Including any men who are Interested in (he subject, It was announced. Clear Lake News Clear-fjke School will hold graduation .exercises on Thursday iiij-ui with a community dinner on Friday /light at the school'house. The ifticnU and friends will bring food for this affair and en- ioy games nnd other entortnln- neiil dining (lie evening. 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