The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 24, 1944 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 24, 1944
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BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, APRIL 24, 194-1 /fine Wyatt, Is Bride 0. Corp. 'John Berry •• >j« ' ., ' i 7 Lace and Licorice last J' phen^ An»e WTOtt, daught«i of Mrs .J, E.» Wjatt of Pay Ark . became Die, bilde of Mercer perrj of Cl&fks- Mks, »n$ BIythetille Army *'d, in a ceremony performed 'sht. 9 30 o'clock, at St Ste- Episcopal Church The Rev. -P- Smytlie Jr, rector ot the ch ur *". solemnized the rites in t!>e"pr*4e»ce of # large gathering Th e -«ltar wns banked with v,)i!te 011 ! nnd wlilfe gladioli ar- Bold altar vases (he ceremony Mrs. B Fooler, organist, niitl fUl D Holder, vocalist, gave m of preijupUal music Fouler and Mrs Holder wore ',cof sages" of 'white : carnations. The: bride, -who was. given In inar- rjage'by 'her fnlher,,«ore a two piece dress of navy blue, sheer, fashioned with a neckline ^5th touches of )ncc on the blouse and sleeves Her accessories were of na.ty.artd she carried a^vhlte Bible showered with] \vhtto gardenias and BWeetpcas Miss Kntlierlne Wyatt of Fay- ettevlltc, a cousin of the Ibrlde, served as her on')' attendant She wore a frock of pastel blue crepe with bronn accessories and corsage of white gardenias. Gerald : .Berry of -Clarksdale served his brother as best man, \ihlle U w Mulllns was visher Mrs Berry wns graduated from the University of Arkansas, Pay- ettevjlle where she was n ,membpi of Zeta Tan Alpha sororlt> Sift came ,to Blytlie\ille In January as locatlorm] teacher In the local high school Coiporal Beiry, \\l;o is the. son ol Mrs, M«ry Chrestmnti Berry of Clarksdale attended Mississippi Siale College In Clinton, prior to cnlerlnt;' the nrmed /ojcc-s ife is a member of Sigma Pi fraternity Corporal and Mrs Belly plan to mnke! their home here foi the present Included among the ou(-of-tgv,n cuests present for the wedding were Mi and Mrs J E Wyatt, of Fny- ctteville, pnrenU of the brWe flml S TARCHED white lace, crisp as paper doilies, makes this double-brimmDd hat, topped by a fly-', away bow of licorice black cire satin ribbon, designer Nicole tie Paris concocted to give a touch of summer to dark clothes. Gauntlet gloves of j white pique and '. ; matching Jacc double its effectiveness. Mrs Mary Chrestman Berrv mother of the tri Mrs. Morrow Honored At Dinner Party Friday Mrs. Walter. T. Morrow of Johnson city. Term., who spent, the weekend here'as the eues! of .'her sister. Mrs. C. A. Cunningham and Mr Cunningham, wns complimented Friday'night when the 'Cunningham's entertained with n dinner Widge. The 12 guests present were seated at the dining table, where mixed Spring flowers formed n colorful centerpiece. , : ' In tlie bridge games played during the evening, )>!gh score prizes were awarded to Mrs. Aubrey Conway and J. A. Leech. Mrs. Morrow also was presented with n gift. • • • Birthday Party Friday Club Member rs groom • • •. Dinner Party Is Given Honoiing H. G: Paillow Several Blytlieville people nero present, for the dinner piuty gneii Fiiday night In Faiagould when Mr and Mrs H R Partlow entertained In honor of their son, H Cl Partlow, who left this" morning foi serJ \ice -Rith the Navy Dirfnei* was served bullet style from a table arranged In the recreation room ot 'the Partlow home, which ,was decorated throughout vilh mixed Spring flowers-, l FtftjIjgueBts "attended the affaii Coming Event* -w r JUESDAY Mrs J-poy'ie 'Henderion entertaining Tuesda> Bridge Club ! -, Dotibla Q Club meeting *lth Mrs AlberiJC Tayfor La Neuve Cltib meetlnR with Mrs \Vjllinm Q Boyd Mi 1 ^ J. c, Swlggert entertaining G. N. 6, Club , WEDNESDAY Mrs J A Ellis entertaining lown. and Country club Mrs Ba.ker Wilson entertaining Wednesday Bridge Club Wednesday Contract Club meeting >4ilh Mrs Paul Pryor Mrs 'vyiUlam Young entertaining ADC Club Mis -Tim Estes enteitalnlng 400 Club* _ , Chapter"D", P, E o, meeting for Red Cross sewing with Mrs Marlon Williams, 1306 West Main, 930am J THURSDAY Mrs A G Little entertaining Thursday Lunchton Club Mrs Cecil Shane entertaining Mid-Week Club Double, >^oyr Club meeting utth Mrs W/,B .Garrott. Club Eight' meeting with Mrs H. O. Parties'. ' Thursday Contract club meeting kith Mrs.''O. W.-'McOutehen'. Mrs;=>C J_ LiUle entertaining C ^FRIDAY Mrs. W. M. McKenzle entertaining Friday Luncheon Club SKIN IRRITATIONS of PIMPLES ACNE TETTER ECZEMA Clyde Stewart and Mrs. mjjilment- Mrs, . Johimv Jjickintin were cotin t uiii<.-iu- etl Friday nleht with a blrlhday pa»ty elveii at the jiome of Mrs. Ifa'np Nowell when'members!'6f the Inlllnl "Club, of' which' both uro thpinbeiK,' entertnlncd. i Iris and imrelssl dccoratccl the entertainlne. root'ns -of the ,houso, where small tables were for the bunco. games. High score jirlze was won Mrs. Nowell, losv by Mrs. Hlckmaii", and bunco was awarded Mrs. 1 W. S. Enstbiim. - ...' A dessert course.was served • • • Son Is Born Friday Mr. and Mrs. Ullcc Nichols - announce the Myth" ot u.son Friday at Ibelr lionib'brT Clark Street. 'Die bab>, Ihcir tlilrtl chilli, has been named James Travis for an uncle who. is now overseas: , Till; Nichols have two .children, Bobby and Jennie Lynn. Bits of ReWs 'Mostly, Personal Mr. and Mis. Fred Corkran nnd two sons,'Van Frederick and Stc- jilien Sykcs, of Memphis, spent the weekend here as lhc guests of Mrs. Corkran's parents, Mr. and Mifi. J. ^y. Sykcs. Mrs. Corkran Is the former Miss Delia Fiiye Sj>kes. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. Mell Drooks Jr., Don Smart. Charles digger in, and Earl Branlley ot New Orleans, eilesl of Mr. dud Mr.s, Brooks, spent Saturday In Meinphls. Pfc. Johnny Ailktnn left Friday for Fort Lawton, Seattle. Wash., after spending his furious)) here wllli Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Reeves and daughter, Ijoutfi.e Mrs. J. c. Ellis rclurned ye,sUr- day from Memphis where she lias been wWi her mother, Mi*. E. E. Hedge of Otilfport, Miss,, who is a patient at Methodist Hospital. Mrs, Hedge's condition Is uiilcli Improved. Mrs. J. c. Roach Is recuperating at licr home following 1111 opera- lion which she underwent, at Wnlls Hospital lust week. Mrs..,Lillian Moore Phillips of Wilson, Ark., spent the weekend at Armorel as the K«est of her sister. Mrs. E. M. Rcgenold nnd frimlly. J. l«nls Cherry Is In Paris, Ark., where he Is the Kuest of his mother, Mrs. w. R. Cherry, while attending to business. Lieut. Col. and Mrs. Ivy W. Crawford and their daughter, Miss Eugenia Crawford, left this morning for a visit In Mni-lcmmi, Ark., and Clurksdale and Grenada, Miss., where they plan to spend a week with .relatives. Mrs. Crawford ami her daughter will return here next Sunday, while Colonel Crawford will report for duty at Camp Shelby, Miss., following u three weekK furlough. The Rev. Thomas U. Smytlic Jr., nnd his parents, the liev. and Mrs, T. J), Sinythe Si:, of BlulsUorb, Pcnim., will leave tomorrow for Helena where Ihey will spend several day* as lhc guesls of Miss Rebecca Dookhart and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. It. H. Bookhart. Mr. mid Mrs. Fred Carlock left this morning for Cape air.irdetui, Mo., where (hey will make their home. Mr. Cfirloclt, who lias been employed by the Frisco railway here foi- several years, has been transferred to Cape Oirardeau. Mr. and Mrs. Joe' Turnbow and daughlbro, Bonnie Jo and Betty Lou. of Denton. Ark,, spent ' the weekend ns guests of his mother, Mrs, Mollle Turnbow. 'Miss Crete Moody spent-Saturday In Memphis where she .consulted a specialist. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Tnrnbow spent Saturday In Leachville. Mrs. W. H. "Jones-ami/lier-son, Juniors Elect Charles Crigger As Cage Captain Charles CrJggcr ill, young son of Air, and Mrs, Charles' Crigger II,. las been elected captain of the 014 Junior high school basketball quad, and eight letterjrieiv.declar- •d, Miss Warren Foster, coach, has imiounced. Don Huey, lialf-ptnt running nate, was chosen alternate captain. The following have been declared eligible for the coveted junior B'S": Crigger. Huey, Billy, lyayne McFarland,' Billy Hob Elliott, Buddy lalsell, Gerald Reagan, Cecil Brady ml R. A. Friend. The Papooses finished all square n their e i6hl-game schedule, los- ng and winning four. Several Ilke- y potential high school candidates were members of the squad arid nay be heard from in the near fu- nrc. War's rigors fail to faze woman's instinct for.looking her best,.it seems. Lieiil. Margaret Murphy, Army nurse oC Indianapolis. In'd recently arrived on Anzio bcachhend, is'pictured, silling on her Eamlbujj-prolected bed, pulling 'finishing touches to her toilette before retiring'for night. yesterday here with Mrs. Jones' daughter, Mrs. Floyd A.'White and family. They came over especially to' be with Lieut'. Dick While, who lias been spending a brief leave here with his parents before reporting for duty at Yumii, Ariz., and with Cadet John White who returned last night to Kcmpcr Mll- IHnry Academy, Boonville, Mo., after a weekend visit with his parents. Mrs. If. H. Me Adams'and'son, John McAdams, and her two grandchildren, Judy and Pat,'nil of Jonosboro. spt-nt yesterday here as guesls of Mrs. Ijiicy McAdams and her daughter, Miss ' Jane 'Mp- Adnms. Meetings Members of the executive hoard ot the Girl Scouts will meet lo- John Jones of Paragould, spent .night. 1:-I5 o'clock, at the home of Italians Clear Vesuvius-Made 'Cinder Path' „ cuiud) ' Check IttMng-BurnSig the anu**ptic—oaay way with famousBlnckandWhito Omtiuciit Prtmotcs healing/ lessens earning. Use only aa directed Cleawwdaily with Black and Wti[o Skin Soap. As soon as debris find cooled sufficiently, labor gangs were out clearing the roads which the recent •( 'volcanic storm from Mt. Vesuvius had clogged with Us terrific rnin Of'ashcs, dust and cinders. Fig- %j lire nt right auggesta that even.Kalian workers Ivavo' 1 "sidewalk superintendents" who stand liv 'i ' .• ' : '' v; ' • - • . and ; .k'ibitzi\'V--. ;;.i - ; iV " '" ' Mrs. Dick Norton on Kenlucky Avenue. . :•. TJiere will Ije a stated meeting of the Order oi the Eastern Star tomorrow night, 8 o'clock, at the hall. At the Hospitals Walls Hospital Admitted- Lloyd Thomas, city. Mnrthn Clark, city. J. H. Mauley, Rt, 1, city. Robert Hall. Porlngcville, Mo. Lily Ruth Byars, Rt.' 2, city. J. A. Jamison, Rt. l.'.city. Alice sue Graves, Steele, Mo. Born to Stall Sergt. and Mrs. Prultl- Harrison, lit. 1, city, a .son Saturday. •' Dismissed— Donna Lou'Magcc. Dexter, Mo. Kenneth Byars, Rt. 2, city. i'earl Forbus, T>'ler, Mo. Austin M'oorc, Osccola. Mrs. W. C. Mfltighnn,' Luxora. Betty Gall Corts. Rt. 1, city. i Illylheville Hospital Admitted- Mrs. B. C. Barbel'.' Dell. Miss Jeanctle rlake. city. Sam Luni, city.' • Dismissed— Mrs. George Payne, city. Mrs. James Thompson, city. Memphis Mo'.h'bdlsl Hospital Admitted— ' . Delia May Kav, Keiser. Flowers of the coffee tree ex- sided over the meeting j'hlclr \vas' /l opened with a prayer by SIfSyMf-""' mie James, ' >"'^'.j'i'/' •?•', The Bible 'study was given by Mrs, Mose King. Program topic was "Everlasting Klng'dtun In the Land of the Beginning",- with talks given by Mrs, Mai'y Hayncs who siwke on "Palestine", Mrs. Henry Ralph, who discussed "Baptists In .the Near East", 'Mrs. Hazel Ellis, "Facing-the Future In Palestine", and Mrs. Walter Worslcy whose topic was "A Dream for Palestine". vMrs, Scolt closed the meeting with prayer. ", ' ' •' A dessert course was served. ': BOSTON (UP)—Boston's s))rlng slreet cleaning campaien struck a temporary snag when an automatic broom became Ignited as It picked, up a lighted cigarette. The mishap" cost the city $25. - Tulips, narcissi and Iris decorated be country hpijie of Mrs. Albert' Hollingsworlh when she entertained iiembers .of the Yarbro Women's Society of :Christiaii Service Thursday in*tin all day meeting, when each number brought a covered: dish. ' Members wovke.d on a quill during the morning session. In the afternoon Mrs. J. P. Hamey gave the devotional on the topic "Ascending Songs of China." Mrs. E!?.a Wheeler presented an Interesting program on "Social Evangelistic Work in China," assisted by Mrs. Henry Young and Miss Ullie Bunch. Mrs. Hollingsworth, president, pre- skle'd over Die business session during wlilch n silver offering: was l:tken. Miss LIHIc.Bunch received a prize given by Mr.?. Henry Young in n comic contest. The next meeting will be held at tlio church. C/e«i; Lake News The Women's Missionary Union of clear L-ak'c< mot .for K Royal Service program yesterday, afternoon with 14 members and three visitors present. Mrs. I,, o.. Scott, president, pre- NURSE LOSES FA1 SAFELY AYDS WAY <if t ilimm tr wlAtaixtrclft. Eat etarclies, potatpei. gravy, jusl cul down. AYDS plan ti t--iJc, st/isible, easier. No «cr. cite. No drugs. No laxatives.; . . trail with the Avda I'lao under che'dliettfoa ot PI. Von llooyei. Kwort U bttotc a Nmry Pubdc. Wicioua AYDS before each 'meal dull* tin' ppclite. Yet you yet v'namina, tninerata ts- inlial nutrients in Ayds. Start tlis Ayd9 wa> i lose weight now. LarccHrc bos only S2.25-- J day supply. Money liaijr GUARANTEE k ' - •" nude a little known fragrance all ™ don't i:« remits, just phone their own. KIKBY BROS. DKDG STORES Dine In The Beautiful i SPANISH COFFEE S W [H^tel Noble PKATE LUJfCHEON I>elic!ous, Home Cooked ' ' " Meab. I'M SAVING Kep, what HOTOHU lias,be- come: fepsi-Cofa Company, Long Island City, ff. Y. Franchiscd Bottler: Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. of Blytheyille All over the country wives and sweethearts • are collecting waste paper. They understand that out fighting men desperately need this critical war material. They are making a weekly habit of saving old newspapers, boxes, wrappings. They are not burning or destroying waste paper •*- they are sending it to make ot wrap more than 700,000 different war articles used by our armies.';. Do your part along with these patriotic womeo. Get your clubs, civic and church groups behind this movement. Collect waste paper-bundle it-and turn it in... and help shorten the warl • ''' !.'..' •H,,$ WASTE PAPER CAMPAIGN GENTLE HANDLING PAYS Careless handling ot garments during lhc cleaning process can liernmtcnlly damage llieni and shorten their lives. We ireat every garment with a great deal of cart, sponging spots, lakjne measurement and, when it's finally pressed, adjusllnj; il on Us lunger am) pinning It just so, loprcrcnt stretching. NUWAlAUNDRY^lfANERS PHONE 474 — - BLYTHEVILLE,ARK. ' wonRY,1 iiche, loo. T»Xo Cuimdlne 1 relieve He pafii and ««th, . TimwupMlly Ui e pain. Cup- / udl09 Is liquid — no waHiwi for It to dissolve, before orl oltfr laklnc. Use only rj ill- 1 ?<xM. 10c, 30c. Cllc ' HEAR "REPORT TO THE jvei'y week this New- Time 9:30 P, M. WEDNESDAY CBS Net Work Don't Miss H! ARK-MO POWKU CO. The Gift Shop Modern ana Antique Gifts COSMETICS BABY GIFTS GREETING CARDS NOVELTIES A Gift Far Everybody ' Ingram Bldg. Phone 235t MOSS BRYAN Contlnnous Showi Every Day %x Office Opens 1:45 'Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN P:qg I.E. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p Last Time Today 'Standing Room Only' mill I'aulclfe Goildanl ami Fred MacMurray Paramount News anil Selected Sliorts. Tuesday Matlnew Sat. & San. Only ewh night 6:30; Starts 6:45 Opths Snnday 1:00; Starts 1:15 Continuous SHown Sat. »nd San, B»r|«in Night.Every Night Except ' • " ' Saturday. No pirat* honored on Sanitj ftt Iha K«y. Last Time Today 'Palm Beach Story' Avilh Clauilctlc Colbert and D •'Amechc Fox News and Selcclcrt Sliorl Subjects ' Tuesday; & Wednesday' TraitorWithin 7 nltli Donald Berry and .lean Tinker Selected Short Subject

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