The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 19, 1943 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 19, 1943
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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)] COURIER NEWS MISS BETTE HIW WKD8 KtN.S'ETH LLOVD TCKJNG Mr. and Mrs. 1 J. T.-Hlpi> of thevlller announce th* marriage /of thelr.~4*ught*r, Ml* Belt*'Hipp to Kenneth. Lloyd - Yoiuig,- M £econd > ' 1 class r VW' of*' **r> *nil Mrs, Lloyfl Youhe cf AmarlUo, TM The • nurtlage was 'performed' on. May'6<Bt"th~e home'of Justice of ; Peace.Cossldy,, . They "were attended,'-by Mrs, i ChailesTraZler, Miss Betty Chafin, Jack" Pillow, sesnian 2c, and .Lloyd Capps, ssaman 3c. Mrs. Young, a einlor at Burdette , High'School, will-join her husband et Pensadola, Pl»., whtre.he Is stationed at, the Niral Alt BMf. SON IS BOSV TO ALTON THORNS A sou .was • born, yesterday td : Mr. and Mrs.'Altoft.R. 'niorn; of'&oule l, Bh, theville. The bsbj lias been named J°riy Alton. He Is the third child of Mr and Mrs Thorn HANDKERCHIEF SHOWER GIVEN FOR MHS. PETKRS Tlie Euzellan Sunday School Clftss of the First ^Baptist, Church . met Monday, ritghl-' at- the home- of 'Mrs. Forrest 'Moore.' Afler a short, business session lhe group .surprised -one "of their members, Mrs Frank Peters, with a handkerchief, ehower.- Mrs. Peters Is leaving soon foi Stubenvllle, Oliio, where she. will Jolniher husband who-Is; employed-there. Games were played during the social hour/and a salad plate served at ihc conclusion of the evening. ,*••.*: * MOTT-MILLER BITEK HELD IN CALIFORNIA Word c has_'J>een received here of the marrlkge of Dr John Marshall \fott Jr, to Miss Marion Miller of Sausdlltd, Oallf, which was solemnized at the Presbyteriin Church at Sausalifo on May, 16 at 4 o'clock Iinmedktely following the ceremony the bride's parents entertained several hundred gueits at an outdoor reception Dr . Mott is from. an old family here,'being'the grandaon of Mrs R. s; Mott and nephew of Percy Ho wai graduated from Leland Stanford Tjnlwfetty, after whleh-hc took hia inedlcal Degree from the same school The bridegroom now Is an Interne al Stanford House Hospital They <wlll make their home In San Francisco unlll his Induction Into the Army Medical Corps Dr Mott ia a member of the Kappa Alpha fraternity, founded by Qen Robert E Lee, also of the Southerners Of. Stanford. ANNOUNCE BIRTH OF SON TODAY Mr aiid Mrs Joe.M Humphrey aimouhcVlne birth of a son this morning at their home on 807 East ( Chejjy. This is the third child of the.. Humphreys The baby has jioL'beeh named. MRS L N. MATH1S HONORED WITH BRIDGE LUNCHEON Mrs. W 0 Coles, Mrs Herman Cross and Mrs J D McDowell entertained with a bridge luncheon yesterday afternoon at the Gates home honoring Mrs L N Mathls who'is leaving soon to make her home at Iwnbert, Miss. where Mr. Mathls hat accepted a position in a-bank. A amai^ group of Mrc. Malhla' most- intimate friends were served o two course luncheon from the dining table, which held a centerpiece of rose* and carnations In the bridge game*, high score pa* was awarded to Mrs H W, Holtlnsworth, with second high lo Mrs.,J. Mel Brooks Sr The guest of honor WM also prt«ented Mth a gift * * • BIRTHDAY PARTY GIVEN FOE MARY, LOU McGKEGOR Mrs Earl J^cOregor surprised her daughler with a party Monday af- ten(q6n, became it > was her nth bfrthijay There were 10 boys and girls Invited, lo the home of Marcla Lou McGregor for games and birthday cake,- after which the group was takm to Woods Drug Store for re» fresfim«nt«. MRS. J. FAREI8 McCALLA ENTERTAINS DOUBLE G CLUB Mrs" Spencer Alexander was the Profcrt'abnwd «kin and KK>tbfc with Meiuua, lor- ^ raerly Muican H«4t Pow * MjN 0 Y S "of hHt-raafa irrltattd'K ROXY H1*M Kmr Mfht ' Women in the News Right Philosophy Is Important These Days, Flier's.Oride Says It lakes plenty of nerve lo be the bride of n flying nee. TKcmy-lhice jeat old June Foss hnd only been ninn-led' a month when hci maiine husband .set out for combat duty m the Soul)) p.ifclllc Since then Joe has dealt dcnth Wows to. 28'Jap'planes, 'ire's the cream of our flehlcr pilot crow. ? I ?u Mrs J ' ralrLli McCnlla ast night when she entertained the Double a Club at hei home sunimei floweu, weic used throughput the rooms where the guests : plsyed bi-Mge. In the games played, hlp.h KCOI " to Miss Mnrgartt high uoiiii; was awarded" Sliaver wltli : second :o Mrs. T. p. Wright, BI-MONTHLY. CLUUMKK'i'S WITH MRS. FKATHKKSTOX Mrs. . Mary Feathmton cnler- lulncd ' the Bi-Monthly Club yes- lerdny afternoon with Mrs. V Cl Holland as. guest. . Tlie e'meiiiilnlng rooms where he guests played bridge were decorated with roses and olhi-r Summer flowers. High score prlue was awarded to ilrs. Binma.Nolcn with second hlch o Mrs. J. W.. Adams Sr. Light " refreshments were served at the conclusion of the games * . * • MRS.. GROFFERY WILLOUGIIHV CtEST OF KRIDC.F. CI.DIt Mrs. W. C. Hlggliison eiuerlnlii- :d the: Tuesday Bridge cliili yesterday afternoon, when- she had us icr guest, Mrs. Geoffrey YVilloijgh- ly, of Milwaukee, who is here vlslt- mj her husband, LlDuteiinlil-WII- oughby. Roses and .other,- .Summer, flower.? .•ere used .throughout the enter- where th'o guesls alnhig rooms played bridge. In the games played, high score >rize was awarded to Mrs. Muray Smart, with second high lo Mrs. 'oe Trleschniami. Light refreshments wore served at the conclusion of the games. * * - • OCTA BRIDGE CLUB HAS NEW MEMBER Mrs. Elivood Scott became n new member of the Octa Bridge Club yesterday when they met .with Mrs Victor Stilwell. ";. Mrs'Roy Ren find Mrs. Wilsle 'hlltips, sister of Mrs. btllwcll who s. visiting- here - from Newborn, Tcnn., were guests. , Mixed Spring flowers were' Since then June has lived on hope and reflected glory, she's kept bolh (col on the sroumi In spile of Joe's dangerous missions In Ihe clouds, June feels thai philosophy, Ilko n good diet, Is very important dnr- Ini; wartime, fjlie snys It's helped make Joe the ace he Is today.- For Iji.'ffdos knowing his iibilltlfs, he's nlt;o consln;itly awfirc of his limitations. And that, June says, must lie one. reason he's still alive. , She Kf<'|)s llusy June scorns lo have an excellent philosophy herself. She says she makes a coiislnnt eliort to keep busy nil the time. She's n dietician In n California clinic. "That ivny," she wcplulti.s, "I don't' have time lo sll around and Ihlnk ii|> ill fiorl.s 11! invfiil |)u.s\slbllltle.i." ' She uiul ,;oe met when they were both at school In S'loux Falls. S. ID. Hack In 1021 Lindbergh'came exercise boy who docs plenty o: behlnci-lhe-.scencs work to get raci liorees Into top limning form, She's about the only female ex. erclsc boy In captivity. And Bhe spends her life traveling about the country putting a 10 liorso stable through its dally paces. Morning after morning .she rises with thi sun and pilots ihc high strung (hai-ougJibiods ftrouiul the ~ tl-nck. She didn't lake up her 'job u relieve the manpower shortage She's been mixed nji with; ever since childhood. For her father owned a string of racers In Ireland. Her two brother. 1 ! are steeple- riders. Her husband'*! a trainer. Rosemary Is right In the ffimlly .swim, niul will mntcli het knowl«l|;e of hol-seflcsh with any masculine expert. Bits of News Mostly Pewonal to town Spirit of 0)i n loin- will] Sl, Louis." liver. "Tin: snys June, Joe hn.s liail n'yen for 1nnos. lie worked around the Sioux Falls airport and then to:>k a C. A. A. course nl college. When wnr came ho Joined Din marines and soon found himself a cnplnln- ami a lop Kinking American hero. "But don't worry about me not vanllng to come home," he wrote June the' other tiny from somewhere In Ihc I'acillc. "That's the Ife I'm flehtlne for now. Ami l! huvc • It Ina—It's not so fur Advlsrs "Servlre Wninrn" Mrs. Edward Kelly knows all about lhe fears and lonBliujs of Iris like "June and thousands of other women with husbands, sons ml sweethearts In (he service. Par her husband Hew in the last wiiv niu-rdwly inisslnB death- In hrec eruck^ups. Today Mrs. Kelly muds out encouragement nnd nci- •lec to literally hundrcd.s or "ser- 'Ice women." l^or she is In charge of two of u Ini'ue New York hotel „,— lt , iluittlo ,,t-n: uiL-u o oe tiroughout the entertaining rooms devoted exclusively to women ' " '- ' nieoUi. Anil nljcnst .llnee, fourths where the guesls plnyed bridge. Mrs. Bob Gwynn -was awnnled :he high score l>rl?,c, with Mrs. Bernard McFarlnnd wlnnlnp second high. ., ;, ; '. ' ••- i.y.'J-.- J .',,., The hostess Bevved a salmi : ()late and cold drinks at the conclusion of the games. , • • • G.N.B. CLUB HAS SHOWER FOR MRS. ALVA HAItRIS Mrs. W. C. Colston entertained members of the G.N.B. club yesterday afternoon with n shower honoring Mrs. Alvls Harris. In' the bunco games, high wore prize was awarded lo Mrs. Stella Davis, bunco-to Mrs. Colston with Mrs. Harris winning the low prize , Oa ^e the social hour, many beautiful and useful girls WC r e presented to Mrs, Ilnrrls. The hostess served a sandwich )late at the conclusion of the ames for refreshments 1 them ire ' mothers, '"wives or fiancees of men in navy Mne or :hakl. "I tell Llirai." soys Mrs. Kelley. 'to-.hold-.lh(>.-lhoiiBMC"'lhnt (heir nen will came home." Kef)) aiy- ng . lo yourself "lie will come ionic" she counsels. For.lhe JJDW- •r of suggestion, she believes, will :vm spun the seas. Like June Foss, Mrs. Kelly .hinks activity, essential to haii|)l- icss, And, shn warns, "never let hat boy : tn Worth Africa or the 'ncinc know yovi arc fretting." Students At Junior High Will Offer Comedy Friday Junior High School seniors will >resenl a comedy Friday night at he Senior High School auditorium. Those participating are: Marilyn ueen Mary LOU Joyner, Jane Nlch- Ison, Mac Williams, John White Thomas Bell, Ruth Scny Freda' Rhodes, Gerald Dlomeyer, Mary tmv Martin and Rosco Crafton -• Bex Office Ojwn. f.K ^ Sb«w Mutt 7:** O««te«»i» Bhl Hi Bkt. u< •••. r- Lwt Time Today "Keifh Brooklyn Bridge' ', U« and Huntt <M**t«i IMrU Kxcrcise ,"Koy" When it comes to 'knowledge of ictivity of the most energetic sort, Rosemary Blnckbnni can give you ill the- answers. Rosemary is a horsewoman. But •he's no daughter of Ihc idle rich who rides to hounds in tmmacu- nk-ly tailored breeches and highs' polished boots. Tor Rosemary Is a hard working Continuouj Shows E«ry Day Box Office Opens 1:4S Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN • »Jn. 1Z:45 p.m. 4:M p Last Time Today 'CAIRO 1 With Jeanellc .\facI)onaUl and Robert Voiins;. M«rch of Time and Short Thursday and Friday: .Ueul. Joe K. lieasley, who k stationed at . Atlanta, with the Navy, is spending his leave here ivlth.his wife and daughter, Molly Joo and other relatives. Mr. mill Mrs. Meyer Grabcr anil son David returned from St. Louis ye.slcrilny, where David underwent a minor operation, Uexil. and Mis. Ifcrmon Carlton arrlveil yesterday from Port Sill, Okla., to spend several dny.s with Mrs. Carltons parents, Mr anil MIS. nay Worthlnglon -and other relatives. Mrs. Je.sse White Mrs. Den Bugg and Mrs. Rives Allen spent today In Memphis. Miss Molly Gunrcl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. b. Guard, will receive her Bachelor of Science de- free June 1, from lhe University eif Tennrssee. Miss Gimrd , will go to Elizabeth, N. j., where she has accepted a position with Uie Standard Oil 'Company as a chehi- 1st. , Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Thom)>son Sr,, ( of Birmingham, Aln., are sirencU Ing several days here as (he gutels of their son. J. L. Thoiiipson Jr., and family, J. M. Williams, chief petty officer In the Navy, arrived last, night for a two-day visit with his sister, Mrs. Homer Flslier. Two otter sis- ter.s, Mrs. Carl KiWnson and Mrs. Ruby Dascy will arrive today from Lltlle Hock to see him while on leave. Mrs. Allen Wnlton has relumed from Memphis where she has been vlslllng htr, daughter, Mrs Berry Brooks and faintly. Mrs. Prank Peters will leave .soon for Slubcnsvllle, Ohio, where she will J*ln her. husband who is em ployed there. , Mrs. W. 0. Higeiiison and Mrs. Max field, will go to Columbus, Ml»f., tomorrow, where they will spend several days with their daughters, Miss Dorothy Jean Hlgglusoil' ami Miss Maxlne Reid who have been Attending school there. They will return Sunday accompanied by their'daughters who will remain here for ihc summer. Mrs. W. C. Hlgglngson, Mrs. Marcus uvnird, Mrs. Margaret Flan lilgan and Mrs. Geoffrey WI1-, lolighby of Milwaukee, sjwnl Monday In Memphis, • ' Mrs. W. I/. Phillips,who has been Visiting relatives here has gone to Utlle neck for a weeks visit before returning-lo- her home in El Paso, Texas. Mrs. C..M. Oliver went,lo.Mem- phis Monday where she will spend several days with' relatives. Social Calendar THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. n. !•'. Klrshner 'will be hostess lo ' Thursday Luncheon Club. ' MUl-Week' Club ;wlll meet with Mrs. M. O. Osrey. MIT;. WilHttin.'.LnmljcH- will en- ieiiaiu Triple Table Club. " May Day Breakfast will be held ri. social room of First Methodist Church. Baptist Training Union, 100 per centers will have' a hamburger sup- •Jcr, 8 o'clock, at- Firsl Baptist Church. Mrs. I.ymi Brown -Is - entertaining he Double four Club. •C. and M. Blrihday Club meeting a I .1:30 p. in. with .'Mrs. R. P.- Scrape. -. Blythcvllle Woman's Club meet- hif at club house for a one o'clock- luncheon. . . , FRIDAY'S EVENTS C.B.c. Club meeting'with Mrs. T. . Jackson. Prefers Bonds lo Jail . PASADENA, Cal. (U.P.)—A not nfreriiieiit frcqiiehler of Police Judge Keimelh C. .Newell's court, on charges of Intoxication was sen- cnced to 90 days In jail or the' purchase of' $200 In war bonds. Judge Newell knowing tliat the nan had recently won a damage lilt of $550. The man chose the all, but. after two hours sent out 'or Hie bonds. , At The Hospitals dmltted: Mrs. a. L. lilackard, city. T. a. Sheron, Rt. 3. Mrs. Clarence Blakeley, oily Jimmy Lloyd, city. Osehr Kemp, cily. Born to Second Class Seamnn and Mrs. Homer Council,' city a son, yesterday afternoon. Dismissed: Miss Noi-ina Malls, Hnyll.'Mo Walls Hospital Admitted: '' Mrs. Oanent, Cooler, Mo. Buddy Howard, Lcachvllle ,Ark . Roscoe Sears, cily. Dismissed; , Mrs. Cochran, Steele, Mo. ' Memphis Baptlsl Hospital Admitted: Mrs. H. c. Curtis,-Osceoln: Mrs. Gordon W. Hampton, Blv- tlieville. Mrs. Flnley-Tremntn, Dlytheville. \\£ANEWMAN s/ffce I dlstovered « this amazing way to NEW STRENGTH! M^ «l MT\ i^ s < t TtvFJfc. JB^^" T _ Promote the How of vifal digestive juices in the sfomoch , 2 -Enetiii«y<i«rfc« () y wi ' h . BICH.BEDBLOOPL w«i, rt' - oPBc. uncr- welght, disgcstivo complaints, weak- 7n*tl e J5?. n ^''?.i 3 oPW^t'iB on only a ?? '° "% licnlthy blood vblumc or n f*°'™ cl1 illetstlvc cspaclly of only 50 to COft normal i, severely ImnUicappiA Pt in? ,ii" mpl F r lom(ich digestive Juices FS S rlch> "d-Wood you slioulrt enjoy ohv.l«i"nt 0t OT " bc '" E "' hlch """"M physical n(ncs3 . . . mental alcrtnessl I* you nrc s\iljjcct to Door dlirr^Llnu nr ' ""°" S?BSPU 'fii S'lsl w^s s 1 n 10 a na aooz < a a Co S.S.S.TONIC ••- The Practical Kind She's Hoping For Tlie smart accessory' gifts'"Riiss Graduate wants most! Fashionable and so wearable . . . she'll pri/e (hem all fhru Summer. All budget priced. Smart New HANDBAGS 2.9f> up I.fathers, fabrics, straws . . . In all (he bright new colors for Summer. ; -Lace Trimmed SUPS , $2 up Bta'uUfuUy ilef.iiieiT ;n white and tearosf. Tailored styles Dainty New HANKIES 35c to 12 Whites, pastels, multi-colors. Many with luce and fmbrold- «ry. A truly licaiitlful selection. Costume JEWELRY H up To lUtter htr vanity! Pracli- cil because Ihrse \tkcts tn- aMe her to t'l <hc roont out of fvfry oalfll. AT SO Wcic " lerall y hundreds of othet' suggestions. . . v SlK , rrs sk | r(s il|)d slftc)cs __ S h eer new hosiery— cool Summer robes— summer gowiis and pajamas— new Summer forinsls ... to nnme Just a few. Conle In, we'll help yon mnkc your selection, ' ' "See What's New- At •WKDNESDAY, MAY 19,. 1943 Mrs. Cody Eaton Named President Of LahgcP.T.A. Officers lor lite new year wore 'Wlslled- yesterday afternoon when Unge School l>areia Teachers Association met for their final sel- , Mrs. . President vice gram, m. tha Iwtl W. B. The was when * as ,, "'« Miss by Indlaas ed I es, s Peared stage .lie r in tne For peared one and A Mrs. Prize, the Cody Eaton will act ai t Mrs. ,w. it. Mayo first president, Mrs. Oeoree In second vice president, Mrs . Walls, treasurer; Mra. Mar- Martin, treasurer; Miss Ellya- HaUtead, historian and Mra Mayo, reporter. auditorium of the school packed yesterday afternoon a play "I Am An American" , P '' ese ' lted by nil Ihe children ' K'hool,- under Hie direction s MJargaret Dunmlrc, assist- Miss Martha Martin.- aas, Negroes, cowboys, nurs- oldiers, Waves and VVAACs au- ut different times on the to slug .songs pertaining to own nationality and station "American" way of life the grand finale they ap- as a {/roiij) and sane- m c lionis, "i A m An American" the "Star Spnnglcd Unimpj-" prize of $1 was presented 'to E. E. Hunlln - for lh e door , with Mlss'-Dimmlrc wlnninK dollar for ihe • most mothers BUY ASPIRIN emand St. Joseph Aspirii, i Linda Anne Aurand is only foiir jnnd a half years old, but she fills : Ihe uniform of a WAAC as well ;as any auxiliary. She's contem- !;>liitine o recruiting career at the >Chicago office of hcr'dad, Maj.- Cen. H. S. Aurand of the Sixth Service Command. D. A. R. Candidate To B e Guest At Grider Meeting Mrs. Julius young Tnlniadgc of Athens, Ga.. southern candidate for president general nf Hie National Society Daughters of the American Kevolutton will be honor guest of the William Strong Chapter and Shawnee District of the Arkansas Daughters of American Revolution on June ^ at Grider Memorial Park, Grider, it has been.announced. Several. residents of Mississippi County are members of the William Strong chapter. Fifteen fully .equipped soldiers can be carried by one of our gild.' ers; They are built of wood and other noh-slrateglc materials. The Miracle In Permanent Waving! COLD RAY, the modern, lltk- wave. No heat — No n chines, Drop in for deUlls. MARGARET'S BEAtlTY SHOP 104 S. First Wione 253J BINGO with Farm Products As I'ri/eH 8 ]}. m. Thurs., May 2(1 Legion Hut Sponsored by County Council of Home Demonstration Clubs A Opening of Memorial Park Cemetery Choice Lots Available For Information Call Holt Funeral Home Phone. 571 Congratulations Class of'43 We're all mighty pvoud lo sec you Kvown-up—and 'grnrttiating! Clear-eyed and courageous, you're rc;idy lo face today's problems— ready, lo plan Die fuliire. - . And whalcver your plans—business career or home life—we want lo continue lo serve you. We've been the family slore for years—and we're «oiu^ lo continue to make . y every ell'orl lo continue to serve yonwilh (|iialily and value. Thisycar we're SIIJJKCSI ing PRACTICAL, WEAR- ABI.K gifts for Imy and tjirl ft'radtiates—it's Ihe,. spirit of Hie times. . . And we Imve the beuulifui' st'letlions .lo show you. JIEDEL'S

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