The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 14, 1944 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, April 14, 1944
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f r •,'•*.•: '^ I''., 3PAGE TWO , . BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 1944 Mary Jean Afflick Is Gu^st Of Honor At Tea Yesterday More Hum JOO gutjts attended the tea given yesterday afternoon l/y Mrs. J A teecli and Mrs A G. Little lionwin'g Miss Mary;Jean AfClick,«whose marriage to Lieut William Robert ^artlgan of Burlington, ,Comi,'will be solpinnted toniorrov afternoon. Qufoti ' were invited-to call at Ihe Leech ijome between the hc-Urs ol i rmd 6 o'clock. Red tulips and blue Iris were arranged In the reception hall where guests were greeted by Mrs. Faimei England and Mrs Harry Kliby. . In ttic receiving line ftltli the two hostesses, uerc Mks Afflick and her mother, Mrs Charles Willis Af/lick, while MM Aybrey Coiittay<siKl Mrs H If Houclilns assisted in the living room Miss" Alfllck wore a corsage of orchids/Mrs; Affllck's flowers frerc tieiicate plntc carnations, Mrs. Little \\ore white gardlnlas, and Mrs Leech chct>e a corsage of Dutch irk. Corsages.of all those who assisted In the entertaining rooms \\eie of orchids or other Spring flowers, * Bronze snapdragons and bronze and yellow tulips were featured in the living room, while vases of mangolds and red tulips decorated (lie sunroom and '-recreation room of the Leech/home/ The ' appointments: of -the refreshment table'we're all In silver, .while the centerpiece of the table was-formed of yellow snapdragons, yellow iris and tulips,' with Dutch I ris used. to 'a dd : a. touch' o f Wile to llib urrangemcnt. Yellow candles in silver candelabra completed the scene. < Mrs. 6yron Morse and Mrs Godfrey White of Osceok, presided over the refreshment table where an nssoitment of party food was served. . Assisting In the dintng room were Mrs. Melvlii Nccly Young, Mrs. Richard Bland Logan Jr., Mrs, Hei'inon Carlton, Miss Prances Little ant} Miss Mnrjorle Warren, wliiie Mrs. Hoss D. Hughes ond Mis J. Louis Cherry (uislsted In entertaining guesis In the recreation room. Among. Die out-of-town guests present were Mrs. Alma Grlssom, !\!rs. J. W. Robbins, Mrs,. P. s. Payne and Miss Alma Dnlilen, all of Steele, Mrs. Godfrey Willie, Mrs. Rose Adams and Mrs. I,, c. B. Young of Osceoln, Mw. Thomas Delta Rambo of Forrest City, Mrs. W. K. Francis of Pine Bluff, houseguest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Liltle, and Mrs. Robert E, Lee King, who Is visiting her daughter, MIS. Samuel P. Norrls and family. • * •. Rebecca Ellis Is Bride Of Staff Sergt. Rayder Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Ellis of Memphis today announced the miuritt£e of their daughter, Miss Hcbc'cca Ellis, to Staff Sergt. Olynder Rayder, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Rayder of Manila. Ark: The marriage was solemnized at. 12 o'clock noon on April 5 at Marlon, Ark., with (tie Rev. L. 0. Tid- ford, pastor ot the 1 First Baptist Church in Marlon, officiating at his home. Immediately following the ceremony, an Informal reception was held at the home of the bride's parents In Memphis and Mrs Rfljdei le trip to Hot Springs. Mrs. Rambo Is Guest At U.D.C. Luncheon Elliott Fletcher chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy entertained with a luncheon yesterday afternoon nt the home of Mrs. S. P. Martin, when Mrs. Thomas Delta Rambo of Forrest City, Arkansas slate president of Ihe U. D. C., was a special guest. Lilacs and other garden flowers decorated the entertaining rooms of the house. Following luncheon, Mrs. Jnmes B. Claris, president, presided over the meeting, when Mrs. Rambo told of this year's program for the organization throughout the state, where special emphasis Is being put on all types of war work. Members voted unanimously lo be In charge of a bingo party to be given April 29 at the U. 3. O. when service men from BAAF will be guests. H was. also voted to send funds to buy testaments for' use of the men-In serylc«-,overscas, Fourteen members were present, as vu'll.'ns one visitor, Mrs. Mflrvln Robinson. Club Eight'Honored At Bridge'Luncheon Mrs. Charles Tjmgfiton entertained members of Club Eight with s luncheon at her home'at Numbed Nine yesterday afternoon, when guests : included her mother, Mrs. Beulah Dukes and her sister, Miss , Barbara- Dukes,. both of Louisville,' iKy. . • ( at the lime bf her marriage was employed at Ihe American Optical Company in Memphis. Sergeant Rajder attended school In BlylheUlle and- Jackson, and pi lor lo entering the Army was engaged in running with his father near Manila. He was recently.rc- turned' from 31 months overseas service and now Is stationed at Camp Shelby, >Miss. Sergeant and Mrs. Hayder are at present the guest of relatives and friends In BlyliiDVille. s • , . which was. centered with , n , h ? U i q -L "5 r^^iT 8 *^ "" B cristal *™\- °" ler 8 P tm , B nowers I J^" "?? h to , lecorate the- living ro ° m .. ° r ; th Following h , . ° r the "BSlon home. ' luncheon, bridge was " , STILL • 'SOPHISTRY'S - QUEEN •85 A MUST color In any shoe wardrobe for Spring. Favored in uafaardine, glistening patent and polished calf. Gay patterns with high heels for dressier costumes. cm) high to Mis. G. O. POelz. Mrs. Nolen Is Hostess Mrs. J. p. Nolen was hostess to members, of the O. N. B. Club and two guests, Mrs Edgar cherry and Mrs. Gene Daley, who she entertained '. Wednesday night' at her home. Polled plants decorated Ihe living room, where tables had been arranged for the bunco games. High score prize went lo Mrs. James : Swlggnrt, bunco to Kirs. Cherry ancl low to MJs. Daley. A sandwich plate with coffee was'served. a • • Recent Bride Honored At Evening Bridge Party Mrs. George W. Dillarmnty Jr., • who V?s' Miss Ruth Parkinson of Memphis prior to her recent marriage lo Sergeant Diliammty, was complimented last night when his sisters, Mrs. A. Hnrrnrirt Taylor, Mrs. O. P. Biubel- and Mrs. J. Farrls Mc- Cnlla, entertained seven tables of guests at a bridge party at the McCalla home, on Holly street. Tulips, Iris, flowering almond and splrea formed a colorful setting for the bridge tables, where Individual corsages of iris marked each place, Mrs. Dillahunly was presented with a corsage of while carnations. High score prize was received by Mrs. L. E. Old, second high by Miss Marjorie Warren, third by Mrs. Spencer Alexander and bridge prize was awarded Mrs. Waller Heard. The guest of honor was presented «tth a china dessert scl. A salad course was served. Among Ihe out-of-town guests present were Mrs. W. K. Francis of Pine Bluff, who is Ihe houseguest of her parcnls, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Little, and Mrs. Walter Heard of Mal- vcrn, who is visiting her parents, I Mr. and Mrs. Uzzell Branson. Mabel Wilson Is Bride Or Staff Sergt. Peterson Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Wilson today announced the marriage of their daughter, Miss Mabel Wilson, to StafT Sergt, Malone Peterson, of Camp Shelby, Miss. The marriage was solemnised Monday afternoon, 2 o'clock, ol tlio courthouse here with B. B. Akin Justicc'of the peace, officiating. The bride wore a two piece suit of pastel blue wool, with a corsage of orchids, Mrs. A. T. Thomas, sister of the bride, served as her only attendant while Staff 'Sergt, Myrla'fT Connie nttended sergeant Peterson as best /nan. Mrs. Peterson attended BlythevUle high school and at the tithe of her marriage WAS n student nurse at Blytheville Hospital. , Sergeant nnd Mrs. Peterson plan to make Ihelr home at Camp Shelby, where he now Is'statloned'followlnj? service in Alaskm; . ••-?» • * • Mrs! Cooley Entertains Mrs. Bay >Hall and Mrs. Paul Pryor were guests ol Mrs; p, E. Coo!ey yesterday afternoon -when she entertained members of the Fortnightly Club for luncheon and an afternoon of bridge. Luncheon was served tt- small tables arranged In the living room, which, was^ga'ily decorated, -with mixed Spring flowers.'. . '•• Miss Opal Pierce Weds 1 Staff Sergeant Owens HOLLAND,-. Mo., AprU: H.—Announcement has been made of the marriage ; of Miss Opal Pierce, daughter of Mrs. Katie Pierce,, to Staff Sergt. Dewey P. Owens of Blytheville Army Air Field. The mnrriage- was solemnized April 1 at First Baptist Cihurch In Blytheville, with the Rev. E. c Brown, pastor of tlie chuVch, reading ttie rites in the. presence" of n few intimate friends. ; The bride wore a two-piece costume suit of navy crepe, fashioned with deep V-neclcltnc and short sleeves. She wore elbow length gloves nnrt n corsage of white gardenias. Mrs. Owens attended Holland high school, and recently has been employed In defeiise work in Michigan. Sergeant Owens, the son of Mrs. D. o. Owens and the late Mr. Owens o( SparlanbUrg, s. C., was graduated from Spartahburg high school prior to entering the Army six years ago. He now is "drill Instructor at BAAF. THE OLD JUDGE SAYS... ] • At the Hospitals Walls .Hospital...". Mrs. E. L. Evans, 'city. Mrs. Hurshcl Ballard, city. Mrs. Von C. Mullen, city. Mrs. Mahaley Bryeans, city. Dismissed— Mrs. J. E. Jones, Steele, Mo. Mrs. W. U McBridD and baby city. . ' . . Ben Lambert, Luxora. ] Blytheville Hospital ; Mrs. c. A. Lantrlp, Dell. Mis. Hubert Thornton, - Rives, Mo. • ,Dismissed— Annie Lee David. Manila. Memphis Methodist Hospital Mrs. O. B. Ritch, city; Mrs. Bculah Dukes and daughter, Miss' Barbara nukes of Louisville, Ky., ( have arrived to be the guests of Mrs, Dukes' daughter, Mrs. Charles Langston and family at Number Nine, Mrs, Von'C. Mullen has been ad- hiltled (o Wfllls Hospital for treat- mem. Mrs, E. C. Rose of Roseland, accompanied by her sister, Miss Pan nle 'Nichols of Osceola, left yesterday for Houston, Texas, for a visit with relatives. Mrs. Dick Webb of Mobile, Ala., is spending a month tsere as the guest of Mr, and Mrs. Frank Webb and family. Mrs. M, O. Hoeggen of Chicago, arrived this afternoon for n two weeks visit with her sisters, Mrs. Frank Webb and family, and Mrs. Eula Rulledge. The Ucv. G. W. Archer of Calyary Baptist church and Ihe, Flev. Homer Holjiiison, pastor of (he Arrnorel Baptist Church, are in Dyess this week where they are conducting a revival meeting, Sergt. and Mrs. G. W. Dillahunly Jr., left today for Dyersburg, Tenn,, where they will be the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Lee. Miss Sarah Moore of West Memphis, arrived this afternoon to spend the weekend witli Miss June Workman. ;• Mrs. W. O. Anderson has returned from a six weeks visit with Mr. and Mrs. Allen J. Anderson and other relatives In Los Angeles, Calif. While away she visited several other points of interest including Hollywood. Enroute home she sloped in Dallas for a brief visit with her sister and her father, S. Jackson, who accompanied " her home for a visit. Sergt. and Mrs. James A. Ix>ng and their son are'spending a .15- day furlough as the guest of Sergeant Long's relatives in .Mebane, Burlington and R'oxboro, N. C. Pvt; Marshall Blackard, who has Men" stationed at Camp Wheeler, Ga., lias arrived to spend a id-day furlough here with Mrs. Blnekard, their, two children, and his mother, Jtrs. Idell Blackard. Private Blackard is being transferred to Tort Meade, Md. Lieut, and Mrs. Charles Bitlner have moved; from their apartment nt SOS Cliickosawlja Avenue lo the W. K. Francis home at 001 Holly. Miss Lynettc Tucker who is a' student .at University of' Mississippi, Oxford, arrived this afternoon- to spend the weekend as the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. o. F. Tucker, Miss Tucker will serve as mnld of honor In Miss .Mary Jean Affllek's v/eridtng lo Lieut, William Robert Hartlgan tomorrow afternoon. Mrs. Fred I'uster ol St. Louis is the guest of her sister, Mrs Marshall Blackard and family. More than 40 per cent of TVA power Is used In war, production. Park Will Be Open—or Will It? "NEWCASTLE,' Wyo;-"(U.P.r- Ifeltostone National Park, famed tourist'sightseeing spot In Wyoming, will operate again this year;. 1 . according to Acting Superintends I cut Fred Johnston. Hotels and lodges . will- be closed, however, j Johnston added. Visitors will have I to provide their own transportation j to the park, since there will be no bus service. There also will lie no guide service. . , GIVE HEAD COLDS THE AIR Just 2 drops I n each nostril t-youbfcatho freer ulmoet mBlaiitly. Cautid»:'iUso .oalyti directed. D cm ,,i ( | PUIHBO NOSE 8SMS HOTCllU is the Bum! Let's rush out und set us some. Blythevilje's Exclusive SHOE STORES Announce New Store Hours Starting this coming Wednesday, April 19th, we will close at noon — 12 o'clock ... We will reopen on Wednesday afternoons the first week in September. ZELLNER'S SLIPPER SHOP FLOYD A. WHITE O'Steen's Studio 105 W. 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Percy Wright, Atty. ad Lltem. 4flU-21-28-5!5 D A N C E .TV.V Thursday — Friday — And Saturday Nights 9:30 to 1 O'clock In the Beautiful Blue Room of the HOTEL NOTICE Effective April 17fh Due to Shortage of Meat-1; CAMP MOULTRiE?!f RlLl* • . i ..•' ' \ - .'•'-.'-. will open at 5 P.M. and serve until 12 midnight. ' We Will Be Closed All Day On Friday OFFICE AND ROOM,S OPEN AS USUAL ---Thank You. The Gift Shop Modem and Anllqna Gilts COSMETICS BABY GIFTS GREETING CARDS NOVELTIES A Gift For F-verybody Inrram Blfljp. Phone MOSS BRYAN "Quite a slack of newspapers I left you yesterday, Judge. Aren't goin' in the newspaper business,are you?" "No, I just enjoy reading different papers so my nephew George sends them to me whenever he takes a business trip. I got a big kick out of some he sent me from several counties whert they Kill'hatt prohibition. Particularly from some headlines that read' Drunk DrivingArrestsRise', 'Bootleggers must post Ceiling Prices'. 'Federal Agents seize'Trick 1 Liquor Truck'. Doesn't that go to prove, Joe, that prohibition noes not prohibit? "I watched conditions pretty carefully during our 13 years of prohibition.In this country. The only thing I could see we got out of it was booilei liquor instead of Icgnl the worst crime and corruption this country has ever known." Why Mountain Valley Water fa recommended fftf ARTHRITIS—KIDNEY and BLADDER conditions • This natural mineral water (ram Hot Springs, Arkansas, help* to— 1. Stimulate kidney function 2. Soothe bladder Irritation 3. Neutralize urk-actdlty 4. Discharge excessive wastes. Crosstown Whiskey Shop 109 B. Division — BljthevUle MARGARET'S BEAUTY RBOP 1M B. Pint Phone 2532 Bring Us Your Beauty Problems Krenbm Admission 66c Per Person You need your car for war transportation r don't let radiator trouble put it out of service! Let your Esso Dealer Q check the radiator now for signs of winter wear-find and fix hidden damage. 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