The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 1, 1944 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, May 1, 1944
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PA6E TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS MONDAY, MAY 1, 1944 Ellis-Fteinmiller Rites Solemnized Saturday Night '-'>*» ' Nfrs.", John F. Reinmlller an- Tioimm'the'marriage of hei daughter,' Miss June Relnmiller, to James Clinton Ellis Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs J. C Ellis Sr, of Barfleld. Birthday Paily Is Given Barbara Ann Gumow celebrated her fourth birthday Saturday Afternoon when slie was hostess to 19 .ybUng friends at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Gurnow at 617 West Park. 'Ihc children spent several hours The-.'marriage 'was solemnized playing games and contests, and Saturday night, 8:30 o'clock, at i each child was 'presented with n Fiist Methodist Church- \>n\> the' u n . box 0 [ candy as a favor. Rev.'S. B. Wilford, pastor 01 ine After the &\Hs had been opened, Opens Revival church -reading' the double ring ceremony. Mr. and. Mrs. Alfred N. Williams were the only' attendants. The bride wore a Letts' J-* 6 or- 1 .iglnal/tWo-Wece; suit ,of.'white Butc'iier'. linen~trtefm'«r with eyelet embrpldery. Her accessories • were white' and' she wore a corsage of white,'gardenias. Mrs. . Williams mas dressed In powder blue crepe with white accessories < and a corsage ;of white carnations.- r ' Mr,j,Williams served' MivElUs as best 'jnun. • • ,' Mrs,-Ellis", who 1s the daughter of trie late John P. Reluiniller, was grnduated.;ofrom, BlythevUlg , high school»*yind"' attendc'tl, Southeast Missouri State' Teachers College nt'tor. refreshments of Ice crearu smd birthday cake were served, * • * Buffet Supper Honors Rector And Bride-To-Be Members of Calvary Episcopal Church In Osceola entertained with a buffet supper last night at the home of Mrs. James Lovewcll In special compliment to the fiev. Thomas B. Smythc Jr., rector of the church, and his fiancee, Miss Rebeccah Bookhait of ,Helena. Honored also were the Rev. and Mrs. Thomas B.. Sihylhe Sr.,'of Blrdsuoro, pa., parents of the rce- Cape? Girafdeau. -Since (hat time she ti'a's been employed at Barks- 'dale ^Manufacturing "Company. Mr,c Ellis was. graduated from Gulf •• Coast Military 'Academy, Gulfport; Miss., and attended Slls- Eippl Stale'.'College at Slarkvllle. , Following a brief wedding trip, Mr. ifnd" Mrs. Ellis will be at home at Barfleld. where he is engaged in farming with his father. ; Coming Events > f TUESDAY Mrs A. E. Huntley entertaining Bi-Monthly Biidge Club. Double': G'Club meeting'With Miss Mary Spain Usiey: Mrs. Jesse Ta'ylor entertaining Tuesday Bridge Club. Mlss/Eugenia Crawford entertaining LaNeuve Club. Wcjsloyan Service Qulld, First Methodist Church, meeting nt church, 1.30 p. m. • WEDNESDAY Mrs William Dolen entertaining ADC. Club. Wednesday Contract Club meeting with Mrs. W. B. Garrott. Mrs C. C. IjRngslon entertaining Town and country Club. ' Wednesday Bridge club meeting with Mrs. W. J. Wunderllch. Armorel Parent Teacher Association meeting B t school, 2:30 p. in. Sudbiiry Parent Teacher Association will meet at the school, 3 p m,-preceded by executive bonrc , meeting, 2:30 p. m. THURSDAY 1 Mrs Clyde Eldrldge entertaining GNB Club. • • 400, Club meeting with Mrs. Roy • \Voocis. ^ ' Vrs i OJto ' Scrape cntertalntiu, ClublEight. -,v i ' "<• .] ., „ MJd' Week Club meeting wit Mrs"M O. Usrey. . < •: Mrs . J,' r? A. Leech cnlortainin Thursday Luncheon Ciilt). wl»h Mrs. H. W. Wylle. • ." v'J. FRIDAY , vet tray by the 30 members o the church who attended the affair, which preceded the evening service at the church. Out-of-town guests, In addition to the guests of honor, included ic Right Rrjv. n.. Bland Mitchell 'Little Rock, Episcopal Bishop of rkansas, Hip 1 Itev. Prank E. Wal- ors, rector 0' St. John's Church In clcna, Mrs. H. H. Bookhart of "nlcna, and Mrs. James Countess IV of Elaine, Ark, The Rev. J. G. Cothran of Louis- Education Movement for Kentuck) nt First Baptist Church here. Roses, peonies and cornflowers were effectively arranged throughout the entertaining rooms of the Lovewcll home, where small tables were arranged for the guests. Miss Booklinrt nnd the Rev. Mr Rev. Gale Dunn, director of miisl Smytlie were presented with n sll- and education at First Baptls Til Church in Pine Bluff. Ark,, Is ell reeling the music for the service which began yesterday morning and 'which will be held twice daily Bits of News Bride's Cake Is Homemade nt 10:15 a. and 7:30 p. m. The Central College Sextette of Cohwny, Ark., will be featured In special -music at the services tonight, to which the public Is Invited, according to nnnounccment mndc by the Rev. E. C. Brown, istor of the church. Juc/c Meharg Loses Hand n Accident Early Today Buck Moharu, 50-yenr-old Blylhc- 'lllc resident, lost his right hand yhi'ii it bccninc entangled In t\ .plqcc 'f farm machinery In a hay field icar Dcerlng Mo., about 2:30 o'clock his morning. Following the arci- lent, Mr. Melinrg was brought .lo Wnlls Hospital where his hand was imipulatccl nt the wrist. His condl- lon wns described as fair this nornlng. The accident is understood to iinvo occurred when Mr. Mchavg's jinnd became caught In the feedci )f a tailing machine. He wns til- :emplh]g to clean the feeder whlcl misbecome clogged with hay In tin process of feeding the baler. Mr. Meharg was employed will Snhtiy's Alfalfa Feed Mill Inc., lo catecl near Slcc-lc, Mo. , Ward Receives Degree LEXINGTON, Va., May 1—Llayi Liilhei' Wnrrt, Jr, of B01 Wes Main Street, niythcvlllc, Ark Saturday received the bachelor o science In commerce degree n Washington ami Lee University 195th commencement exercises. At the Hospitals / Walls Hospital dmUtetl— '.» W. W. Johnson, city. Nancy Jane Robinson, StcDle, Mo. Mrs. R. I,. Trimble, 111. 1, city. Horn to Corp. and Mrs. Mark R. fitctiBll, CavutUcrsvlllc, • Mo., a laughter, yesterday. lilylhcvillc Hospital \dmilted— Mnvtiiu Ann Holland. Armorel. Mrs. Middle Wilson, city. Olan Botkln, city. A. F. Stewnrt, city. Idclla Carter, city. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Horace Mc- Ctillough, Hcrniandale, Mo., n daughter'yoslcrday. , : ' Dismissed— .lennneUe Flake, city. Sam Lum, city. L; L. Beardcn, city. Mrs. L. A. Hnrdln nnd baby, Armorel. R, B. Stout, city, : Mrs. Frcil Cnrlock O f Cape Glr- rdeau, Mo., v,lll return there to IOITOW nfter a brief visit here. Mrs. Thomas E, Tinker anil Mis. Marguerite Graham spent Friday h Memphis where they accompanlei Sergeant Tinker, was was onrouU' o Salt I^nke City, Utah, following a furlough spent here with his p!Vr nUs, Mrs. Tinker plans to make he ionic here with her parents. .Mr wl Mrs. II. E. Graham, while he iiisbnml is on foreign duly. Stnlf Sergt. Myron N. Coney hn •eturned to his post ,U Camp Sliclby Miss., after »pt>ntlliig a 20-day fur- ough here with his parents, Mr, nnd Mrs. E. G, Lovell. . Mrs. R. M. fleck.left yesterday for Pndiicnh, Ky., where she will visit liar sister, Mrs. Xenu Brandon for several days. She will then go lo Detroit for n month's visit will) her son and daughter, Kay Beck and Miss Lela Beck. lx;wls Glen Shcpard, seaman 2-o aviation melalsmllh, son of Mr. am! Mrs. G. K Shcpard of San Diego, Ciillf., formerly'Of Blylhevllle, hcis l>cen called homo from his post,In Washington, D. C., because of thq serious Illness ol his father. • Mrs. Melvina Henson returned Saturday lo her home near Jonesboro following n visit here with her granddaughter, Mrs. Thomas Boswell and Mr. Boswell. Mrs, Donald Aycock and son, Don Jr., and Mrs. J. E. Parrls and children, Charles. Damon, Dan, Chris-; Cine ami Margaret, spent yesterday In Parayould as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Williams and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Prank Grccr nnd nng daughter, spent the weekend Potts Camp, Miss., with relatives. Mrs. John H. McDonald left this ternoon for Columbus, Ohio, where i; will visit Captain McDonald, .10 Is imilerBOliig special training ere. . . . Miss Lafctra May .and Aviation •ulet Joe Hlnes Wolters Jr., of thq . S, Navy, left Saturday after ha'v- ,g spent last week here as guests '. her parents, Mr. ami Mrs. La- nyetle May. Miss May retiirnci Memphis to resume her work as student technician at Melhodisi ospllal, anil Mr. Wolters returnee ) his home in Jackson, Mo., to .leiul two days with his parents! fr. nnd Mre.'J; H. Wolters Sr. be ore going to Minneapolis to begirt Is primary training as a navigator Mrs. Cornelius Modinger Jr.. wh as been making an 'extended vlsi ere with Mr. nnd Mrs. Modlnge r., and family,. left yesterday fo home :in^ Morgan field, BY GAYNOK MADDOX | NKA Slaff Writer Here's a glorious bride's cake .an maleur cake baker can make. Bake the'layers a day ahead and frost It on the wedding morning. Bride's While Wedding Cake (Three Layer) Five cups sifted cake flour, 4 teaspoons baking powder, Hi teaspoons suit, 1 cup fortified margarine, 4 cups sugar, % tablespoon vanilla, 2 clips milk, 10 egg whites.- Mix and sift flour, baking powder and salt. Cream shortening un til soft and smooth, and gradually add sugar, creaming until very fluffy; add vanilla. Add flour alternately with-mill;, beating until smooth after each addition; fold In thoroughly the stlffy beaten cg6 whites. Turn Into three greasec layer pans of different sizes—12 Inch, 9 Inch, 0 Inch pans, filling each about half full, nnd bake In moderate oven (350 .degrees F.) foi 30 to 40 minutes. When cool, nut layers together, pyramid style, will even minute frosting, Seven Minute Frosllng Two egg whites 1% cups sugar, dash of salt,. 2 marsh mallows, cut small, 1-3 cup water, 2 teaspoons '.Ighl corn syrup 1 teaspoon vanilla. The marshmallows make frosting very easy to spread. Make two batches, separately. Use the first to put the layers together. Make- a second and frost over the top and sides. (These two batches ^ ' each give you a little extra'frosting that can be used to frost 8 to 10 small extra cup cakes.) Beat together egg whites, sugar, salt, water nnd com syrup In 'lop l>art of double boiler; place over boiling water and continue beating with rotary beater about seven minutes, of until frosting thickens and holds 1U shape when dropped from beater. Remove from boiling water, add flavoring and marshmallows. Continue marshmallows are beating melted until and frosting is stiff enough to spread. Illness Is Fatal To W.-R. James; Rites-Tomorrow Funeral services for William Rile v James, who died at 1:20 o'clock yesterday afternoon, will be held nt 2:30 o'clock tomorrow afternoon Receives Discharge Sherll Bradshaw received a mcd Icnl discharge from the Nnvy 01 April 21 Mr. • Bradshaw, who received hi training ,'ln Ban Diego, Calif.,- wa .in service in the South Pacifi .until the lime of his discharge. • 0. P. A Release (May 1st - May 20tK) Children's Low-Priced • ,•.< ,'- Several Hundred Pair To Choose From i , .. • • . • . ; RATION $4.60 i FREE I "-" Shop Early For Best Selection s t ALL SALES F/NAL The Family Shoe Store *' 312 W. Main Phone 23-12 IF AND li you c-t any member of your family is suffering from a deficiency of B-Complox Vitamins and Minerals, we want you lo try V-T. This new and improved vitamir! and mineral tonic contains in each 3 ounco bottle as much Vitamin BI Thiamin Chloride as U found in 200 pints of fresh raw milk and in about 1280 cakes of racist Brcwcre Yeast. Science has round by research that the body needs vitamins and minerals. Lack of these vital supplements may causa lo&s of appetite, nervousness, lack oE pep and vigor and other symptoms of poor health unless corrected by the proper diet containing the necessary vitamins and mineral*. VfTAMIN B, LIQUID B COMPLEX | LIVER EXTRACT • MALT • IRON • CALCIUM • COPPER • MANGANESE BORUM S DRUGS 205 W. Main Phone 451 where she will be with her.parents, Mr. and Mrs. J, E. Thompson while Staff Sergeant Modlnger is In lorclgn service. Mr. nnd Mia. Joe Humphrey mill children, Shirley Ann, John Wnync nnd Jimmy Derm spent the cekend in' Memphis with Mrs. luinphrey's sister, Mrs. Lilian! Inron and Mr. Hiirou, and in llplcy. Tenn., with her parents, Ir. and Mrs. John Stewart. Mrs. R. .b. Wade Is convalescing I her home on West Walnut, fol- owlnu an operation which she un- lervvent recently at Memphis BIIIJ- Ist Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Gerrod and ilr. nnd Mrs. S. C. Lnngston of viarinnna, • spent yesterday here vlth Mrs. nnd Mrs. G. E. Gillen- vnler nh'd 'family. Kiwanions Back Montgome ry Wa rd On Labor Issue A resolution approving (he action taken by Montgomery Ward and Company In their dispute with the government was adopted by the Kl- wanls club in a special meeting Thursday night. A copy of the resolution lias been sent to the Chicago mall order firm, which was taken over by t the Government after Ward's declined to extend an expired contract with a CIO union. Other copies were sent to each senator from Arkansas and to Representative E. C. Gainings. The resolution contended that the action taken b v Montgomery W?rd was in .support of the conpany.'s constitutional rights, which It said were violated. "The Imposition of President Roosevelt.and the War Labor Board, through use of the United States Army, was in direct violation of constitutional authority." the resolution stated. The United States Is now able to produce 1,050,000 tons of alumlnuru a year, seven times the 1939 -'capacity. ' v ' it the Assembly of God Church, with the Rev. II. E. Slmms, pas-. ,or, officiating. He will be assisted >y the Rev. Bates Sturdy, 'pastor of Lake Street Methodist Church, and Hie Rev. Clifford Thacker, pastor of Full Gospel Tabernacle. Burial will be made In Maple Grove Cemetery. < Mr. James had been' In, ill health for three years as result of a bone disease. 'He was 37. . He leaves his wife, Mrs. Verlle James; one daughter, Elise James; three sons, Max B. James, J. T. James, and Sonny Boy James; four sisters, Mrs. Zcttie Terrell of Philadelphia, Pa,, Mrs. Flossie Johnson of Pine Bluff, Mrs. Opal Llndsey and Mrs. Helen Ward of West Helena. Cobb Funeral Home Is In charge of arrangements.' All members of the Girl Scouts and Brownie troops will IK guests at the Rltz Theater tonight. All girls should l» at the front of the theater »t t o'clock, leaders pointed out, MONEY CAN'T BUY aspirin* fnelcr-aclinK, • more (kpcndriViIo tliaii Bouuiiio P«ro St. JoEQpli Aaplrin, world's [nrgest Eollcr nl W. Why [ray inure? Bin 100 tablet sizo for only itSf. • • '' The Gift Shop Modern and Antique Gifts COSMETICS BABY GIFTS GREETING'CARDS NOVELTIES V i A Gift For Everybody InjranvBliig. ' Phone 2Z54 MOSS BRYAN Read Courier News Want Ads Meetings ^To relfere distress of MONTHLV^ Female Weakness Lydla E. rinkham's Vegetable Compound Is made especially for women to Jiclp relieve periodic palu with wcau, nervous, blue reelings—<lue to fuac-tloiml moulhly disturbances Taken regularly—It helps bulM up resistance agaliist such symptoms. Follow label directions. To My Friends and Customers: I have plenty of city property listed for ssilc . . . Let me handle your realty problems. I am no longer connected with the Torn Little Realty Company. H. C. CAMPBELL, Realtor 120 S. Second Phone 44G REPARATION \ " ^Tht NtW IMPROVE D LESS POTEUT MEDICINES _ Pepsi-Coin Company, tons Island City, IV. V. 'ranchisMf'BoiilerS Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. of BlytheviJle How to get twice as many Free Red Points! CUP THIS check list now. Pin it up in your kitchen nnd save fats from al/ these suggested sources. You'll turn in twice as much—nnd get yourself twice as •mbhy'frce red points! Used fats nre urgently needed for battlefield medicines, munitions and for other vital purposes'. Help yourself—and help our boys overseas, too! * < SAVE all bits of fat you trim from.meat. Once n week I melt them down. 2 SWAPE pans before washing them. No grease is too I black to be of use. j O SKIM stews, soups, and gravies while they cook. After* wards, chill them and scoop off the fat. I X SAVE water in which you cook hot dogs, sausages, and ham. Chill, ond scoop off the fat. I C SAVE fat scraps left on plates. Melt them down with * the meat trimmings. 1 C KEEP the can (any tin can will do) on the back of the stove where it's handy. When can is full, take it to your | butcher and get 2 free red points and 4tf for every pound. I Start today! ky OP/1, WTA, aid VPJ5. Paid jo, by Inquiry Have Your REFRIGERATORS, WASHERS AND RADIOS Overhauled and Repaired For the Hot Months Ahead! We have three expert repair men: FRANCIS THAXTON, with 13 years experience as a . refrigeration service engineer on commercial, domestic and air conditioning units. HERBERT GRAHAM, with 23 years experience servicing washers and gasoline engines. WESLEY (Pig) ANGEL, with 10 years experience in radio and electronics. Guaranteed Work! Reasonable Prices! HARDAWAY APPLIANCE COMPANY 0. 0. Hardaway — J. W. Adams •?08 W. Main Phone 2071 One Moth Can Ruin Your Coat! MOTHPROOF VAULJS Some ants smell with their feet. COLD STORAGE A SAFE WAY A HEALTHY WAY THE ONLY WAY Don't take chances with lli.1t prized possession, your fur cont. The only s ire way you can safeguard it from all harm Is to vise storage. Ojlr scientifically controlled vaults are set at just tlie right temperature to keep your fur coal lustrous and healthy. AVOID RISK NU-WA PHONE .«4 MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP 104. 8. First Phone 2532 Bring Us Your Beauty Problems Ry Appointment Mother's Day Sunday, May 74th Send her your PHOTOGRAPH! A gift she'll treasure O'Steen's Studio 105 W. Main I I 1 Continuous Show* Every Day Bor Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 00 «.m_ 12:45 p.m. 4:30 tun. n order that all children vill have a cluincc to see SNOW WHITE & 7 DWARFS we are having special matrices at (he Roxy Theatre as veil as the Ritx Theatre 'uesday and Wednesday on his picture. Starts 1:15 p. m. tegular Roxy program at nights Tuesday and Wednesday. . .,.-' ' , ; Last Time Today 'GUNG HO' with Randolph Scott anil Alan Curtis. Paramount News and Selected Short Subjects Tuesday & Wednesday if ..t«lllIUIW HB»H»IOF|[TI»lS.IIl. Selected Short Subjects ROXY M»tin«s Sat. & Snn. Only Open* each night 6:30; Starts 6: (9 Opens Sunday 1:M; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. »nd Snn, Bargain Night Every Night Exrep , Saturday. No puM* honored on Sunday at the Boxy. Lust Time Today 'Forest Rangers 7 with Frcil MacMurrny and Taulcttc GodiUird -, — BLYTHEVILLE, ARK. For News nnd Selected Sliorl Subject*

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