The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 3, 1944 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 3, 1944
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VAG* TWO •LTTHgyiLIJi (ABJLfi POUBIMt HBWB MONDAY, APRIL 3, 1944 Ruth Parkinson Is Bride Of Sergt-. G. W. Dillahunty In a Surprise ceremony psrfonfied , ilday night, 10 o'clocit, c* t)" 1 hoi'" of Justice of the Peace W. P. Halft in: Osceola,«Miss 'Ruth: Parkinson ox Memphis, became Che bride of Sergt George W.-tDlllahuiily of Bljlhe- vllle Mr Hale officiated at the service lii the presence of a few relatives and Intimate friends of the couple, InchJcUng Mrs, 3. Y. Turner; of Memphis, aunt of the bride. I Tlie brid? mre A suit of Italian blue, light weight TOO!, with a yellow Mouse, hat and glove* Her shoes and olher accessories were of a harmonizing" shade of navy | Mrs. DiUabuhty, who Is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Cecil D. Parkinson of Buffalo, N Y, attended Kenmore Hlgli School and Brjant- fetratton Buslnete College In Buffalo, before coining here se^eTal year» a"go to make her home, with her aunt, Mrs Turner and the la'lc Recent Bride Now In Denver Mrs. Eugene Auteri 6i Dcn- icr, Colo was M|ss Jacqueline Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Smith, prior to her marriage to Aviation Cadet Ati- teh Mareli 20. Cadet and SIM. Aulen arc making their home In Denver while liu IS ID train-Ing there, Mr, Cl *****• phis wltruMTB Turner t*o Veafs nmntnrei, ui ueinm, mr ami rare ago where they elnce have jnaaeJJ"* Ml *i n " 11 llnuB , nt " ° r Stcele, their home at the Parkview Hotel ^ v _and L Mr. nnd Ms pigene Hamby and family and Bud Harbin, all ofCamptieir, Mo. Miss Wyatt'Present? MlR«'>Ma*Jor!e Warren and Miss horned Twelve' members were pres- Icnt \ The program ou the'topic of the A member of a plooesr MlwU- slppi County family, Sergeant Dll- lahunty is the son of Mrs George W DIJJahunty and the late Mr. Dillahunty, prominent planter of tnfc »i - t • IIMDDA section Following hla graduation rrOgram On UlNKKA from Blytheville High School, he v enllsle'd in the Army three >ears ng6, and has been stationed in Alta- ka and the Aleutians for the put 31 months, returning to Camp Shelby, Wflss, last week with other members of ,l^e former Blytheville National Guard ynti, Sergeant and Mrs Dillahunty are nt present the guests of his mother and otlier relatives here He will return to Camp 8^*lby in three wek* •for re-'assignment." iMis s Proctor Is Bride Of Sfaff Sergt. Kapter Arm6uncemcnt ha^ maclo of the rrjmTiagc of Miss Ells^ Am on , Proctor to Staff^ Sergt Andrew, Kapter of Blythevlllo Army Air Field, and Youngsfown, Ohio The mprnaga WBS eolemiilzed March 11 at the home of the "Be\ E O Broftn, pastor of First Baptist Church, uho officiated Tbe.bride wore a Spring costume of golil wool with black accessories Sergeant and Mrs Kapter left immediately 1 " following the ceremony Soi'"' ft brief Bedding trip before 'returning to Blylhevllle< to make {heir home ( ' Mrsi Kapter, the daughter Of Mr ami -Mrs". CHnrles Anrori Proctor of Wynne, Ark. -^aSj graduated from V/jiine High' School' and attended Onachita .Colleie, Arkndelphla She now Is employed as a secretary at Post Headquariers-^if,,BA4P,,. John ^Kapler and* the late Mr tertalnlng rooifls ' ' Prizes were awarded Mrs. Ross Moore for high score, Mrs, J. p. Sinllli foi second hlgli and to Mrs. O. O. Elklris for brldgo. A dessert coilfee was served. • * * Mr*. Nunnls Hostess. Narclisl and giant yellow;Jonq,ulls dccomted the living tlie Marvin Nnnn home Frl'day-'.after'r' Harold Numi, who is wllh tlie icnbce.H stationed at Camp Pcavy, Va., will'. arrive''(onighc 'to s|)erid Us Isave here, as the gilcst of hla wc-h(s, Mr. and -Mrs. Marvin Munn. Mrs, Arthur Vance pf Aimor'el a pftUent at Memphis Baptist (!<5spHal,. *here stie Will probably lUid^go an operation., Mr. Vanoe Is With hcK - Girl . Cliiriske, Setly of/leer 2-p with the Seabces. and who lins '•'-'-n statloiied 6n A(tU island since .t-Ju'iy,-arrived yesterday..for a visit vjlth his parents, Mr.' and Mrs. D. tianke. \ iic will be i^iere for Winnie Virgil iTumei were hoe- noon w | len Mrs. Nunn enl»rialh«d lestes to membeis of the AA.UW | members 'of the Friday tunchebri meeting Saturday afternoon v,hen OJub and one wcs ( Mre . Wa)tcr they ™tertalnc^_atthc_ Warren CaU , Si }or ) unc i,pon nnd on afternoon of bridge. Following the two. course lunch-. eon, served at small tables In the - .. _-,.,- . ^, , Nations (Relief and He- , lvlng room b w was , , lth habllitallon Admlnlstmi on • v,as high score prize aTjafded to Mrs. '^ *"* "^ ^ *" ^ School, who 8poke t on the the'me, and laler led ri round-table dls- cuEsIon of (ho subjedt. Mrs B A Lynch, president nf Uic orgariliiatlo'ii, pr'eslded over'the business session,-nnd appointed n nominating committee compof pd of daughter yestorclay at Walls Hos- MJas' Monta Hughes,' Mrs, Fred pltal. The lirvCy hns not yet been Daughter Bom Yesterday Pvt. and MrB^ Clyde Biuich of Ynrbro announce the birth of a Fleemah and : Miss Effic 'Led Tcr- nrirried draw up i\ list' of.' ( officers for election at thn next meeting During the social hour ri dessert, course;,was served. v They also 5 linve n son, James Marvin', who is'two. Mrs Bunch IS the former M0>s Marvin Emmix Lloyd, daughter of Mr.'nnd Mrs". E. B Llovd of Yarbio I »' ' ' Paren|sO{ Daughter Frank Huffmans Have Spn Mr and Mrs Prank Huffman of j • Steele arc the parents of a s6n - Mi arid Mrs Noal H Short an- boni jestertlny lit Memphis Metli- nounce Ihe'bliHi of a daughter >cs- odlst Hospltil The baby, their ECC- tcrday at thelf homo In the Pride one! child, has been named Frank Subdivision The baby, their first Jackson Huffman Jr child, lias not yet been named. They have n daughter, Rebecca, Mrs. Short "is the former MLss who'Is Mrs. HulTman is the:forirttr Miss Dora Copjiedge of BlythcvtMe. » • + C.B.G. Ck\b Enteitained > Daisy KiUIngswtirth. Oi^ly distilled water Is pure enough to be used la ah automo- .tjiif, bittery. , t , , KapterTf YoungBtown attended ««. n. A. Copelnnd was hosier ^ • i MONEY CiM'T BUY YoungsWn College and l\as with to members of the C B C Club Frl- n >>pirin'fnslw aotmtr,. mofo, dciicmlnbto th« Republic Steel Corp there be- S 1 ^ afternoon, entertaining nl hci than wmiirie jiiirc'St.. •JoMiiU-Aspinii. fore eilterlnff the Armv ' nolnc norlil'a Inrgost eollcr-ut IO/. .Why liny rore entering tne Army ; decorated'the en- niotrl Big 100 tablet alze.fur only. 3«. th« Republic fore entering the Army Retu'rVietl So.Wier Is Honored At Reunion A family reunion was held ye«- terday^at the home of Mrs Sallie Ford »>«5 MTB Datsy Ford, in honor of -Pvt Maxet Ford, «m of Uie formofj Tfho has arrived home on furiough after spending more than two jest's in Alaska and the Aleu- ^tlans-wlth other members of the former Company "M". Out-of-town guests atlending the all day affair ^ere 5Ir. and Mrs Wlli Hodge and daughter Pauline Hodge, and Ed Hodgej all of Marie, «S 'Mr x and Mrs DeWltt Ford and son larr> ff of Holland, Mo, YouWomenWhoSufferFrom HOT PUSHES CHIIUFIEUNGS If yoii~ Uie BO many women between the ages ot 38 ana 52—suffer from hot Bashes, jreajc, venous Irritable reelings, are a bit-blue at times—duo to thfe functional middle oge period peculiar to women—try Lydla B PlnUmm's Vepfeble Compouod io i-clleve siich,Bymptbnls '-" /_ Tatcii regularly—HAVham's Compound help* build up resista'nce against fiich distress. It also has what Doctors call a stoiMchic tonic effect! Thousands upon thousands of Tjoraen^-rfch'wid poor alike—have reported -.benefits, Here's a product ttiat Kztps NiTtr.r and Uutti the kind to haj. Follow label dlredUoru, Welt vxtrOi trying! LYDlAE, Since '38, a million and more Boxes ofHOTCHll —what a More! Bits of News Mostly Personal several weeks with her daughter,' Mrs. Kiiiiford Shclton nnd family. Anqlher guest in thc.Shellon home, Is Mr. Bhellon's mother. Mrs. tiuy i Kliolton of Jonesboro. J. A. O'Bryant ttiid his niece, Miss , Ally;io Hughes, spent yesterday In Memphis with Mrs. 0, E. Thomas, wfio Is « patient at Methodist Hospital. 'Corp. Louis '"Buddy" Dark of the Marine Corps, who lias been in foreign service for the past two years, ; Is spending a three weeks' leave hern as the guest of his sister, Mrs. Marshall Biackard, and oilier relatives. His mother, Mrs. J. R. Graves, and Mr. Graves, and Ills sisters. Mrs. Freddy Puster.anu MISS Lena May Dark, .1)1 of St. Louis, nnd his father, n. M. Dnrk and Mrs. Dark of Paragould, spent yesterday here, having come especially to be with him. Charles Lemons Is ill of pneumonia at his home on North Tenth, ; Mr. and Mrs. B. M'. Dark of Paia- gould spent yesterday here ns the guests of his sister, Mrs. O. W. Mc- cutchcn, and farnlly. Miss Pauline Lee returned home yesterday afternoon from Memphis where she went Saturday with Mrs. 0. E. Thomas, wlio was removed to Methodist Hospital for treatment. Mis. Thomas' condition yesterday w&s Improved. Here Have ~ Chahc'eTo In 1 Marine Stnff.-Sorgt. •Hnrrell 'Davis,- wlio i_ stationed: at "Cainp, Campbell, Ky.,fc4pen(Iihg a; : 12-day furlough here wlUr.'lil? wife, and mother, Mrs'. Essie: payls and .family. , Mrs.,Esther Browning 'of Cblum- biis, Ohio, sperit th'e weekend h'ere iw tlie guest of.'her niece, Mrs, Qrnce Abirhathy. Mrs. Growling was "enrp'iUe home '.'niter a visit in PenBacolni-Fla. . ; Mrs. Joe'Orr of College' Station, '«xas, : is the guest of. her parents, Mr. ami Mpt. ;fe; L Haley nn<l her'sisters, Ivirs, iturray Smart nnd family, nnd Mr. and Xiis. Lloyd,: Stlctanph. Mrs. Chester Woods • and daughter, Margaret, of "Detroit, are the giicsls' of • Mrs; Woods' ; molher, Mi s. Snllle Ford: .'-ff : : :'::.-:.• -Mfs. H,' B. .Wilson arid daughter, laity,- of Anderson,Mnd.,' are the guests of- Mrs. Wilson's sister, Mrs.: E. R..Luhc(ishire atid family.•'•='. '•'.-' diaries' R. Mobre.'whb is stationed at Qulf jiort, Miss., .*!th tlie Senbecs, will - arrive tomorrow .morning to spend n 15-ilay furlough here with Ills parents, Mr. nndvMrs. W.' K. Moore. Mr.?, I. I?. Johnson Is In: Rochester Minn whore she Is with her lister Mrs Ivnn P Wysc of Memphis, who Is a patient at MayolOllnic (here. Mrs. • W. M. Johnson of • Dallas Tcxns. has. aimed for a visit, of BINGO PARtY April 6th, 8 P.M. LEGION HUT Admission 35c FARM PRODUCTS FOR PRIZES fipoiiMreVS by Blythivllle Junior Chamber o( Commerce REPARATION \ -.^Tfo NEW IMPROVED A*D: ., MINERAL.' Vta&A 0£ MEDICINE LESS POTENT MEDICINES If you or any member of your family ic •ulfering from a delicienoy of B-Complei Vitamins and Min«r»l», we want you to - Uy V-T. ' This new and Improved vitamin and mineral tonic contains in each 8 ounce bottlo M rauch Vitamin Bi Thiamin Chloride as is found in 200 pints ot fresh raw milk ar.d in about 1280 cakes of moist Biowers YeasL Science has found by,iescaich thai the body needs vitamins and minerals. Lack o( these vital Supplements may causo Ion of appetite, nervousness, lack of pep • ajid vigor and olher symptoms of poor Health unless corrected by the proper diet.coritalnirig the necessaty vitamins and mineialx. . VITAMIN B,LIQUID B COMPLEX' [LtyER EXTRACT ^ MALT • IRON • CALCIUM -COPPER • MANGANESE BQRUM'S, DRUGS 205 W. Main Phone 451 At TW Huwtafa Blytlieville Hospital Admitted— . Mrs. Coy .Cook, Dell. Born to Mr. anil Mrs. Russell Carter, city, n daughter yesterday Dismissed— Mrs. Ernie ' Mldcileion, Burdetle Walls Hospital • Admllted-^ Mra. O. B. Samford, Holland, Mo. Margaret Green, Luxorn. Mrs. Mae'Greer, city.' Boni to'.Lieut, and; Mrs. B. M. Buck, city, a son this : morning. Bom to Pvt, and - Mrs. Clyde Bunch, Yrifbro. a dniigliter yesterday. • Bom to Sergt. nnd Mrs. Paul Cumbers, city, a son • yesterday. Dismissed— • ' ',yjtrs. I,e'wls Garner, .city ' -Mrs. n. E. L.'Shith, Steele Mo ;>Pulton Ellis, city. .p.'Iiiiby Ix>c Nash, city. ; '•Memphis Melhoilisl llosnlial Admitted- Mrs. G. E. Thomas, city. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Prank Huffman. Slcele, Jfo. r a son Memphis Baptist Hosnltal Admitted— Mrs. Orn Nell Cooper. Avmorel. Mrs. Arthur Vance, Armorel. GIVE HEAD ICOLDS THE AIR 2 drops in cacli, open up both jiosfrils to Iftt you brtalho freer. Cuutian: Ut'c only na dirctititii Try PENETRO NOSE DROPS Prayer for Easter Hardest of ail, dear -Lore!, to\ bear Is that . my boy .on SOKS far shore Should wburided:?/e, and I not iftere --(Always I was there before.) • fyt -jo.iicorts sfse r.dt^-.'atas my p?ace, ^nis,inpiiy,'svitttodo ,, All /ie'siMcfs. Oh, by Thy ', Lefhitn feel my presence, too! M OTHERS of -America, you can make him fee! your presence in .a.yery real way. You can help supply the very medicines that may save his life! One tablespoon of used fat alone rnakes enough sulfa'dlarine ointment to treat 35 wounded men! So save every precious drop of u*ed fats (in any kind of tin can, riot glass). When s can is full, take jt to yora- bntcher; he will 'give you 2 Wee red. points And 4#''for every pound. Start todayt Apprmrd 1} IfPB and Of A. faid'jor by indii Easter flowers! For East«r ,wc would suggest (hat you place your order early. Telegraph orders must be In by Tlmrs- day (o Insure deliver}'. We will apprcclale Blyllicvllto cl(i- wns calling early and placltif (lieir orders for— Wrsn Hii Tl!>als S In <'l'"'ling potted Kastcr I.llics, Yellow calls Lilies and Hydrangeas) and Corsages . . . Give us time SUJ -PYIV 1 don ' 1 ^ dlswiolntca. AVc will have Orchid, Gardenia, bwccl Teas, Roses ami Carnadon corsagw. .• Visit Our Greenhouse and Flower Shop HEATON'S Home of Flowers Davi« at Franklin Phone 549 Include S(riff. Sergt. ";M. o. like, Jf., and Women's Ktserve Scfgt, Marilyn Strock.- ' Plaris; riaye bep'n made tor. e's- abllshlng an Inlofmatlori ofllce in lie City Hall. 'Local girls, Between !0 and .35,-are Invited' (o ' vlsli -hers 'li'iid leorii of the oppcVtUn)- les being 'offered women who eri- Isl now. Office' hours will be 9 to 5 daily, wt • those - WprWn unable to 'visit lie information office during, work- ng lioiirs may call and an appointment will .be made for them. Applicants eligible for "enlistment Lieut, Ardlla Mor^un I to.. timJiJ,j3j,Mfj)M Qprp.s iVWlSlV? Reserve should not have children ti'nacf l 'tri'd"figc'6f 18. Wives of Marines under the .rank of Warrant Officer are now being accepted. > Coming Events TUESDAY ' ' Double G Club meeting with Mrs, J. RUT Is McCalla. Wesleyan Service Guild, First Methodist church, meeting a6 church, 1:30 p. m., Mrs. Algie Blsh- in nnd Mrs. Jack Biship, hostesses. WEDNESDAY Wednesday contract Club meeting with Mrs. A. G. Hall.- . ; Mrs. Tom Afsbry entertaining 400 Club. Mis. W. H. Minyard entertaining:. Wednesday Bridge Club. i Town and Country Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Fred Rutherford. Initial .Club Miiectlng with Mrs. Ebb Reynolds. .,-. f . . Mrs. J. Farrls McCalla entertaining AJD.C.-.'Olub. Sudbury Parent Teacher Association meeting at school, 3 pjri,, pre' Meetings Royal Arch Masons will meet tomorrow night, 7:30 o'clock nt the hall. A business meeting'will be held, after ivlilcJt (lie Royal Arch degree - will. lie conferred It was announced by naleigh Sylvester. All troojis of the Blytheville Girl Scouts will attend the Rlu Theater tonight as guests of the management, |t was announced today by troop leaders. Girls win mcet , In front of the theater nt 7 o'clock The-Delia Delta Delta Club will rneet tonight, 8 o'clock, at tl, e Homo of Mi's. R. B. Stout. Peliolctim Mli/ltilfK'at/ Arriving In Blythpyllle Tuesday ceded by executive board meeting, nflefnbon for q week's visit will be 2:30 p. m. a. U. S. Marine Corps . W,orrieri's —...---... teerye recruiting 'party, .Headed )y' Lieut. Ardlia ivtbrgary the^party THURSDAY Mrs. Sam Burns ' entertaining Club Eiglit. Mid Week Club meeting with Mrs. Harry W. Hnlnfs. , . ; Mrs. Heni-y Humphreys cntcrlalri- Ing Tliursday Contfacl Club. G.N.B. Club meeting with Mrs.. Byrori Null. FJouble Pour Olub meeting with Mrs. Victor Sllllwf?)). Mrs. Ross Hughes entertainlrig Thursday Luncheon Club. FRIDAY Mrs. Paul Byrurn entertaining C. B. C. Club. Dorcas Class, First Baptist Church, having luncheon at church, 12:30 p.m. / THOUSMDS ASSORTED HEAVitS .'.*"•'' CHICKS*!*! 0 A Seniorional Value! We Guo.anl** Hto> r *i*edi (foiiriref 7 Nolrg)Mjfw> S*i\ii Cb«ck w Monry Qtttft FOR PROMPT OELIVfRY ICVEOHIVERY GUARANTEED 6 MR 100 ATLAS S45.00 pir MM W. toy •CHICK CO. S OVIR 20 rtXfii lDept..8-.\R, SI. Louis. ~Fo The Voters Of the Second Ward: As it is impossible for me to make a personal -coll on each arid ev6ry one, 1 fake this method of asking for your vote and support. Sincerely, Candidate /or Alderman ^ of the Second Ward. , Meat Cured-Any Day In the Year in our MODERN CURING ROOM '•'•'• •'•'*.• i *./i ^ • ' Frozen Food Lockers For Rent Don't let your meats and vegetables spoil— Use our quick freeze and curing method- Save everything and don't worry about ration points. FROZEN Main at 27st Streets Telephone 24 (Full line Birds Eye Frosted Foods) PLEASE RETURH EMPTY BEVERAGE BOTTLES TO YOUR DEALER To be able to sei-ve you bettor, your dealer needs empty beverage bottles. There are plenty of bottles IF they are kept moving. Won't'y.bu 'please return empty bottlea to your dealer at once for your deposit oy, better still, for credit on full bottles of your favorite beverage. ; Royal Crolm BotlUnff Co. Dr. Pepper Bottling Co. ola Bottling Co, Midwest Dairy Prodntls Co. C«c».C«U SottUns Co. . . Dbrw Move MnfoKtit'J QUlifty, Soothes <lJapc'f rasfa, fl[iK, rcnipej and uJnur bunu, an(l ttie Lily tti[>1u eiie oiJy iu<. Dine In The Beautiful SPANISH COFFEE SHOP Hotel Noble PtATE mrj LUNCHEON OOC 'DeKcious, Home Cooked Meals. Continuous Show* Every Day Box Office Opens' 1:45 Show Starts 2-.00 LISTEN TO KI.CN I:M «.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Last Time Today The Heat' wl(h iVi.i'e IVest anil Victor Moore Paramount News Selected' Short Subject Hoppy Loffil Happy Rcrnnnte! Hoppy Tunes! TED LEWIS i and his Orchestra S&A COLUMBIA PICTURE;' 'Selected Short Subject ROXY . Madntes Sat. & Sun. Only Opens each night 6:30; £tarti 6:41 Opens Sunday 1:M; Starts 1:15 Continnnu Shows Sat. and Sun, BarfaJa Night 'Every Night Eicep* " - Satorday. No pane* honored on Sunday at the Roxy. Last Time Today 'Nobody's irtth (rtafy Ltc and Gladys pcorge Fox News Selected short subjects. Tuesday & Wednesday HEATHER ANGEl MERRICK • XMPH BYI10 A 20lh Cenlufy-Fsi fltlin. ' Selected Short Subjects

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