The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 10, 1944 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 10, 1944
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PAGE,T\VO BLYTIIEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, APRIL 10, ]9<M Ganri Engaged To W, H. Rutledge , The engagement and approaching 1 marrhge of Miss Christine Gann, Idaughter of Mrs. John •• Oann• of [onesboro, to W. H. Rutledge, also If Jonesboro, was announced yes- ferday. The wedding.will be solemnized iril 21' at First Methodist Church Jonpsboro, with Die Hev. Cecil •Culver, paster of the church, offl- l.itlng Miss Garni was graduated from I Joncsboro High School, where she j received several -honors in music, f She now is secretary.of the Jonesboro Community Concerls Association Mr. ; Rutledgc, the son of Mrs. R. E. Nail of Wichita Prills, Texas, and the late Raymond Rutledge of Tfev- jiort, 'is announcer for radio station KBTM tn Jonosboro. He Is well |KnoKii in Bis'he\illc where his fntli- _ 01 was teared and where his grand- 1 / mother, Mrs. Eiila Rutledge, sllll ••) makes her homo. ' - " " ' . Jano Calclwell Is Bride In Califoinia Ceremony Tlie marriage of Miss Jane I«. Celihvell of Richmond, Calif., Jor- inerlyof Blylhevllle, to O. L; Mc/ call, Jilso of Richmond, was jsol- •^ emiilied last month in Rodeo, Calif. The -Rev. ., James . Corry of the i Rodeo' Comrimriity Church.officiat- ed. ' Miss Jill Young and W. .H. Ballard were the only attendants. " An;informal- reception was held Imniejjtiritely. following the ceremony, before,Mr. and Mrs. McCall left for Richmond'where .they are Diakirjg their home, where he Is einjiloved in the shipyards. * i • « Statfetf.D.0. President Will Be 1 Local Visitor 'V-- Mrs:: Thomas Delta Rfimbo of Forrdst City, state'president, of the Arkansas Division of the United Daughters of the Confederacy will be a '• guest at the meeting of the Elliott .Fletcher' 'Chapter which will oe held Thursday at the home .of Mrs. S. P. Martin. " The affair, a luncheon, will be gin (it 13:30 p. m.. . • * .» Palsy Ban- Complimented ' • V. • ' • - Pnisy Bride Of Soldier Mrs. Car) Klcpck of Camp Dul- ner, N. C,, is (he former Miss Dixie iene Meyers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W.-I. Meyers of Holland, Mo. Private nnd Mrs. Klcpck jvcre married late last, month at First Methodist Church in lllyllievllle. Barr of Cleveland, Miss. v.ho h spencliiie the Easter noil- I eachville Coiinlp Vtfpfl days here as guest, if her grand- Lcdu 'VHlC V-Ollpte W6Q : best man. Mi 1 . Covey, who )>as served 10 years In (he Navy, and his bride came by plane from Detroit for their wedding, the tirlde having made her home there recently. rote! Cfayoso Hobcrt Hood has been removed 'ram Walls Hc.spitul to his home on Highway 18 East, where he Is "ouple From Cooler, Mo. Wed At Osceola Thursday COOTER, Mo. .April 10. — Announcement lias been made of the marriage of Miss Mary Ellen Dennis of Copter and Detroit, Mich., to Pvt. Holly Mack Brown of Cooler and Cnnip nobpris, Cnlif. The ceremony -was solemnized Thursday night In Os'ceola, Ark., with Justice of the Peace W, P. Hale officiating In the presence of a few friends. The bride, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Dennis, is a member of a prominent Pcmlscot County family. She iillendcd Cooler schools and hns for the past few months been employed at Wood- alls Industries In Detroit. Private Brown, who la the son of J. A. Brown and the late Mrs. Brown, also Is n member of a pioneer Pemlscot County family. He was graduated from Cooler High School and prior to entering the Army was associated with his father in farming. He now Is stationed at Camp Roberts, Calif. from an operation JOformcd two weeks ago. Ilts sister, Mrs. .1. L. i'ctcrson of Cop- Mr Hill, 'I'enn., has returned to icr liome after having come to Blylhevllle lo be with him. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Ocnninj! and Iwo dauelilfrs, Elaine and Eugenia, who hnvc been living In Litlle Rock, arrived here aaturday Wednesday Bridge Club, Chapter "D," P. E. O. meeting with Mrs. Ray Worthington and Mrs. Hermon Carlton for luncheon, " o'clock. Mrs. James Stcphenson Jr. entertaining A. D. C. Club. Town and Country Club meeting with Mrs. Q. G. Cuudill. Mrs. Lafayette May entertaining 400 Club. THURSDAY Mrs. Charles Langston entertaining Olub ElEht, Mrs. J. F. Nolen entertaining G. N. B. Club. Mld-Week Club meeting with Mrs. H. H. Houchlus. -Elliott Fletcher Chnjitcr of UilUcd Daughters of the Confederacy meeting for luncheon with Mrs. S, P. Martin, 12:30 p.m. Double Four Club meeting with Mrs. Ed Cook. Mrs. F. B. Joyner entertaining Thursday Contract Club. FRIDAY • Mrs. J. D. Smith entertaining o. B, c. Club. Mrs. Edwin Robinson entertaining Friday Luncheon Club. Bits of News" Mostly Personal ays here as guest if her grandmother, Mrs. R. W. Lovelt, was guest of honor yesterday afternoon at an Easier egg hunt given at the home of Mrs. p. E. Tinker on Division Street. . V, Prizes lor binding ''the most LEAC1IVILLE, Ark., April 10.- Mr. and Mrs. Jettle Dougliis Hodge have announced the marriage of their daughter, Miss Oiim Hodecs to Chief Boatswain's Mule RayinoiK Covey .-of the Nnvy, mn of Mr. nnc Easier eggs were awarded... to .Ooc Mrs. Rone Covoy, al^p pf.'LcMhVlUe Lee CaKlvvcll, Doimld-'-Joe Tinker' I The weddhife was 'solCHiAlffii ' light lo he HIP Ocnnlng's parents, Mr. of nnd Mrsi Mrs. nnd Bllly-;Reid, While Enster bas- March 1'J by the Rev. Boyd E.'EUI- kels.\\vcrc given ns favors to cich of the eight young guests present-. Refresh menu of cookies and Iced ilrinlts were 'served. ; .1 i: Coming Eventi '•*• TUESDAY '•' Tuesday Bridge Club meeting with Mrs.tDixie Crawford. Miss Margaret Shaver entertaining Double G Club. Mrs. Cecil Shane, Mrs. M. O. Us- rcy {ind Mrs. H. W. Wylle entertaining Ciittrlevoix Chniiter of Daughters _of American Revolution, at Hotel : , ! Kob!e for luncheon, l o'clock. Junior Senior Parent Teacher Association meeting nt high school niidHorium, 3:15 p. m. WEDNESDAY Wednesday Contract Club meeting With' Mrs. V. O. Miller. Mrs. Charles Rose entorttilnlng !f you need to 'idgc of Arkndclphln, brother-in- law of Hie bride, nt the home of her parents. Mrs. Porler W. DcJnrnellc served her sister as matron of honor. She wore red crepe with n corsage of white carnations. The bride wore n dress of ncnta crepe, with eyelet embroidery trim, and carried a bouquet of pink rosebuds and sweetpcas. Her only or- nnmcnt was n necklace,'a gift from the bridegroom. Mr. DeJarneUc served Mr. Covey Mis. C. O. Redman will leave to- morrow'for Little Hock where Khe will attend the annual Arkonsns tuberculosis convention. From Little Rock she will go to Hot Spring; for n month where she will take n course of batlis. Mr. and Mrs. R, M, Beck had as their guests yesterday, Mrs. Beck's sister, Mrs. Sena Brandon anil daughter. Loise, of Pmhicah, Ky., her brother, n»y Rcesor, also of Paducnh. and Dr. Jim Dismukcs of Maydcld. Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Allon B. Jagyers and 'Mr. and MIT,. Walter Cox ol Osceoln spent Friday In Joncsboro, Where they attended a banquet given by Ihc National Life and Accident Insurance Company in honor of Mr. CoJi, who is leaving for the Army next week. Dr. and Mrs. Frank Luckett and daughters, Nnncy and La Nello Luckett, of .Helena, were the holi clay weekend guests of his mother, Mrs. J. A. Luckett and his sister, Miss Neal Luckett, at their home hi ;Dell. , Miss Annie Lou Lovctt asd Miss Edna Lovett .spent Friday in Memphis, where .they met their sisler Mre! Ruth Barr-rtild'-'her/young daughter, Pulsy, of Cleveland Miss,, who accompanied them home tor the weekend. Mrs. Ban nud Pntsy. accompanied by Mrs Barr's mother, Mrs. R. W Lovctt will return home !< : tomorow Vcrnon Daws spent the weckcni in Memphis where he attended r banquet in the Blue Room ol M, IIooU and family. Mi'. Oen- ilng will euler (he Army within a 'cw days, and Mrs. Denning ami Ihe children plan to make their :iomc here with her parents while tie Is In service. Jfid: Kocxl returned to MoiHIc- fllo, Ark,, yesterday, after spending a brief leave here with Ills parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Hood and family. He h a Kluclenl at A. & M. College in Monllccllo, under the Navy-S pvogrnin. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. a. Barnes have ns their Biiefls for several days. Mr. nntl Mrs. cordl CoivJno and Mrs. corzlnc's mother, Mrs. snruli Deal, all of Now York. Mr. and Mrs. Corzinc are cnroutc from Kansas City, where he has been with Ihc Kansas clly Philharmonic Orchcslra, lo Columbia S, C., where Mr. Corv.ine will ap- iwar with Ihe Southern Symphony Festival. Mrs. Thomas Bogan and young daughter, Minerva Jo, of New York, hnve arrived lo make tlicli iiomc with 1 Mrs. Dogan's sister, Mis J. G. Barnes and Mr. Barnes while Pfe. Thomas Bouan is 1 h England with tlic Signal Corps. Mr. and Mrs. George Hush um daughter. Miss Constance Bush o Paragould, spent yesterday here ft eucslsr of Mr. Bush's sisler, Mrs. Cecil Shane and family. : Mrs. James Uivcll, Mrs. S. L, Oladlsli, Mrs, W. W. PruUl, Mrs. Davis and Miss Lillian Patterson, of Osceola, spent I^rlday here, liiK come up especially lo al<?ml the Good Friday service* at SI..(Stephen's Episcopal Church,, Mrs. Robert E. U'c King, who was stricken ill several weeks ago while visiting her daughter, Mrs. Thomas W. Miller and family In Kansas Clly, arrived this afternoon to be with lier daughter, Mrs. Samuel F. rni and family. She was ncconi- iianlcci by Mr. and Mrs. Miller and Hielr daughter, Mollie, who will visit here brlelly iK'fore going to Cleveland, Miss., and other points In the South (or a visit. The Millers are making liieii 1 home in Mission, Kans., where Mi 1 , Miller Is one of liic supervisors (or Ihc Hercules Powder Company. Mrs. A. M, Butt and daughter, Mrs. lloy Harper, went to St. Ixmis Thnrsduy to spend the Easier holidays v.'ltli Mrs. Bull's daughter, Mrs. W. M. Robinson and family.- Mrs. Harper returned Uiis morning, while Mrs. Hull remained [or a longer visit wilh her daughter. Miss Maxine Reid returned to Mississippi Slate College for Women. Columbus, yesterday alter a brief visil with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max B. Held and family. BAAF Officers Will Have Stag Party Tuesday Nig/it Officers of Ihc Blytlieviilc Army Air Field, will have n slag parly Tuesday evening at the Officers' Mess. Entertainment will be provided by Pappy Slcwnrt. and His Cow Girls. A buffet supper will follow the show. Directs Campaign The Rev. Edgar Williamson of Lll- (Ic Rock, secretary of Ihe department of religions education of the Arkansas State Coiivejition, who Is director of the Sunday School enlargement campaign at tlio First. Bapttist Church 'tills week. Service? will be held each evening nt'lhe, church under the direction of Ihe \ Rev. Mr. Williamson, who will be ns-| sistcd by a munner of Baptist workers from throughout 1 (he-state., At 'the Hospital; "1 Oi 'fi'iUIr Hospital Admitted- Mrs. G. W. Huff, city; Mrs. W. L. McBridc, city. Dismissed— Mrs. Eel Lawler, Stcele, Mo. Mrs. Leonard O. McMullen, city. Richard Hutchison, Dell. M. L. Hawkins, city. Robert Hood, city. Memphis Baptist Hospital Admitted— D. O. Fiedler. Osceola. Wilford Lu Painter, Osceoln. New Liberty News The Rev.-and Mrs. I/, G. MUler, Mrs. P. O. Anders, Miss Lucille Foiulern, Miss Elizabeth Pierce and Miss Vanita Campbell hnve returned from l.lttlc Rock, Mere they attended the annual Women's Missionary 'Union state convention, Mrs. Anders represented WhlUon community, where her 'husband is pastor, nnd the remainder of the delegates were representatives of the New" Liberty Baptist Church. HEAITHUWS Must Be Recognized It is just as easy to follow right living standards nnd eiijoj- good health as it is to abuse your health. Learn the facts. Sufferers from rectal, colon ami stomach conditions may oblaiii more information on your request. THORNTON & MINOR CLINIC Suite .172, 926 McG«e Kansas Cily 6, Missouri Meetings Tlicre will be a stated meeting of the Order of the Eastern Star at Uic hall tomorrow night, 8 o'clock. A Cub pack meeting will be held tomorrow night, 7:30 o'clock at First Methodist- church. HEADACHE Capudln* rallovat ho, t*»t I>»C4U*« It'l liquid. Ill liiKroalenli art already dls- • olved — ill rvady lo begin easing tha rain. II alia • oothva na,v« 1 nalan du« the ?oln. Ul« only B* HEAD COLD GETS THE AIR 2 dropa in each no«lril open cold-cloeB«iiio»,youbrcnll«< freer quickly. Caulion: Ueo only na directed.* D&maml PENETRO NOSE DROPS The Gifh Shop Modern and COSMKTICS »n([iic {",'ifts HA1JY GIFTS GREETING CARDS NOVELTIES A Gift For Everybody Ingram lllilg.' " Phone 2251 MOSS BRYAN ; Fepsi-Cutn Company, 1,0ns Island City, N. Y. Franchisee] Bolder! I'epsi-Cola Botfline Co. of Blytheville : Htre'i wny le wtittm cottons and lliwnft solaly [, <*-•>._ ,!. ! 1. INHRIOU iLMCHis sometimes L'O this to cotconsand linens beuusc t their action is unconlrcftti/. ' 2. PLAIN WAJHINO means Iocs more iff rutting to £ct tilings wliilf. This \ also is very liardon fabrics. 3. WITH runt, you can avoitlbolhilangers.Uscd as dirccieJ, Purex whitens £™//)<-with tonlrollctl action. Safer than inferior bleacliesoreKtra rubbing. Linens hst langtst. PUREX PUIIIX MAS CON1ROILIO ACTION- CtNlLE TO COITONI AND LININS Al YOU3 CROCK'S Dine In The Beautiful SPANISH COFFEE SHOP Hotel Noble 55c PLATE LUNCHEON Delicious, Home Cooked Meals. DBI000! Here's One of the Best Home Ways! You Blrls who suffer from staple ane- tnlaprwholosesomucliduTlngmonUi- ly periods tfiat jou are pale, [eel tired weal:, "draEGed out"— because you lack precious Wood-Iron — start today — try L7d!a Plnkham's TABLETS. PlnVham's TaMets Is one of the greatest blood-Iron tonics you can buy to help build up red blood to give mora strength and encrjy— in such ewes. Tafcen as directed— Plnkhmn's Tnb- 3cte ol tao 6«[ home ways to get precious iron Into the blood Just try them for 30 days— then see IT jou. too,, don't remartoDly beneat. Follow label directions. Flnkham's Tablets are, well.tcortfi I bold the xmiulcst chewing gum." the Oft omen o, THE COLORS! 's TMICTS Mountain Valley Water Is recommended for ARTHRITIS— KIDHEY and BLADDER conditions » This natural mineral water from Hot'Springs, Arkansas, helps to— 1: Stimulate kidney function 2. soothe bladder irritation 3. Neutralize urlc-acldlty • f. Discharge excessive wastes. Crosstown Whiskey Shop 109 S. Division — Blylheville MARGARET'S ; BEAUTY RHOP : 1M 8. First ; Phone 2532 - Bring Us Your Beauty Problems Br Used Fords and Chevrolet* We.have for Immediate sale 25 l.ilc model Fords .and Clicvrolcls —cars known to esccll In lowest operation costs. Cars'from the East with no j;rc:il mileage nnd with appearance of new cars. 1941 FORD "Super Deluxe" TUDOR SEDAN. This beautiful Black car, large and roomy, has Radio, Heater, 5 excellent Tires and has been driven less than 8,000 miles. 1941 CHEVROLET "Special Deluxe" SPORT SEDAN. Has Radio and Heater, A-1 Tires, 2- Tone Color, shows scarcely no wear, looks and runs like a brand new car. 1941 .MERCURY "5-Pass." SEDAN-COUPE. This fine Black car {in storage almost 2 years) has 5 perfect White Sidewall Tires, Radio and Heater and is excellent in every way. Our Buaratilee protects you against buying a car \vllh defective motor or mechanical defects, TRADE-INS ACCEPTED. TERMS AVAILABLE. COME IN TODAY. SEE Our OTHER FINE CARS PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. Tet 453 Walnnl at 5th I I I / Continuous Showi Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 12:45 p.m. 4:30 pjn. 1:00 a.m. I^ast Time Today 'Happy Land 7 with Hoii Amcche anil Frances Pee Paramount News Selecffd Short Subjects Tuesday & Wednesday Share the trials and triumphs, enjoy the heritage of Victory that's been the history of the Marines for 168 years! Help these liberty- loving sons keep the faith, as they always have . . . Speed them to the spot where they ' are needed the most! Free a Marine to fight. Visit the Woman's Reserve Headquarters in the Arkansas State Police Office, City Hall, today or Tuesday. - U.S.Marine Corps Women's Reserve This Advcttisement Contributed By & WAREHOUSE CO. "March of Time" Selected short subjects. ROXY Matinees Sat. & Sun. Only Opera each night 6:30; Start* 6:4S Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. and Sim, Barfata Night Every Niffht Except Saturday. No paswa honored on Sunday at the Roiy. Last Time Today 'Hello Frisco Hello' with Alice Fayc ami Jack Oakic Fox News Selected Short Subject Tuesday & Wednesday \.iwf STOWotw ; * SOIVHR CM my] •lid tOK Kt'l twin KlT!Sj BHUCE mum • KIT mm rt tvn

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