The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 15, 1944 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, May 15, 1944
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t'AGE TWO J V BLYTHEVILLB (ARK,) COURIER NEWS Adbh-Jerome Wedding To Be Solemnized Friday Miss Margaret Jane Acton, whose engagement to Dr. Newell G, Jerome, recently wa's. 'announced by her. mother, Mrs.'Floyd H, Acton, today made knoivh plans for her marriage. ... Tlie wedding will be solemnized Friday night, 8 o'clock, at First Presbyterian Church, with the Rev. Harvey T. ,Kidd, pastor of the church, performing the double rliig ceremony. Preceding the, ceremony, a program of music will be given by Ross Stevens,' vocalist, and Bernard Gooc'li, organist. The bride, who will be given In marriage b't> Gordon S. Wright of Cariithcrsvilje, Mo., a lonrjlme fr.'cnd of the family, will be attended by Mvs. George/Scott Purycar of Memphis, as -matron', of lipnpr. Bridesmaids .will; be -Miss Mary Adah Robinson and .Miss Tna Jane Heywcod bf'Tulsa,' a cousin of Ihe bride-elect. - ' Dr; Jerome will have as best mnn, :iis brother, Dr. Quenltn Jerome of West Memphis, while Ushers will be Dr. -Portls Turrentlne and Dr. George Cone, both of Osceoln. Mrs. Acton will entertain with a reception at lier home on West Walnut immediately following Ihe wedding. Assisting al the reception will be Mrs..Carl E. Bailey Jr y Mrs. Mclvin Halsell, Mrs. Quentin Jerome of West Memphis and Miss Patricia . Wiscl Miss Font a Jerome of Wilson, sisler of Ihe bridegroom-elect, will • have charge ol the guest book. Club, Guest.Entertained 1 Mrs. Dan Dunkln played cards with, members of the C.B.C. Club, Friday afternion .when Mrs. Ross Moore entertained Ihe group wllh .an afternoon .bridge .party. The Moore home was aUracllve- .Iy arranged with roses nnd peonies lo form H colorful background 'for ' the guests. ' • Mrs, w. S. Lnngdon had lilgh score Tor the afternoon,. with' Mrs. J. p; Smllh, second, and brldgo prize .'wont to Mrs. O. O. Elklns, A dessert course was served. : .-. * -• • Birthday Party Is Given Mrs. Roy Pruitt entertained wllh ,a birthday party Saturday aftcr- - noon in honor of her daughter, Barbara Anne, who was celebrating 'Ker:lSth birthday, Tlie'affair, given, at the Pruitt home !n Pride Subdivision, was''attended by 20 children.. • •• '•-' i • • '. Garlics were plnyed far several hours, before the guest of honor opened her presents. - RefreshmenU of birthday cako ami'an Iced drink were served. MfS.-: •Pruttt-.-was assisted ..In entertaining by Mrs. Cecil Prlesl and Mrs., Pat Greor. ; * • • Initial Club Entertained Tlie presence of on oul-of-town guest added interest to Ihe party given Friday afternoon by Mrs. Fred Boyelt Sr., when slie entertained members of the Initial Club, and lier , daughter-in-law-, • Mrs. Freil Boyott Jr., of Matilln. ' BIMICO was played during the nf- temooh, with bunco prize received by Mrs. Lane'No\yell, high score by Mrs. Boyett Jr.; and low by Mrs. Jnck; Marsh.- -. A sandwich plate with Iced drinks . was ^served. 1 • ; • . \ Spring ' flowers were arranged throughout Ihe entertaining rooms "f the housD. Fraternity's 'Dream Girl' Albert Salibn, ton of Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Salifoa ot, Blyllicvlllc who recently was elected president of Theta XI fraternity at the University of Louisiana, Baton Rouge, presents n bouquet, lo Miss Evelyn Kdmln- ston of Baton nougc, selected as "Dream Olrl of Thela XI." The ceremony was a feature of the fraternity's Pounders Day Banquet, At the Hospitals Walls Hospital Admitted— Mrs. Sam, Guy, Lllboyirn, Mo. Mrs. C, n. Collins, city. " Ruby Nell BDVlHc, Rt. 1 clly Dismissed— Jflckic Thompson, city. Mrs. C. R. Hester, city. Curl cullkoti, city. J. M. Aycock, city. lllylhcville Hosntlnl Admitted— Mi-s. Jnme.s O'Connor, tllckninn. Mrs. M. S. Vales, city. Shelby McCook, city. Getty Joyce Crocker, city. Dismissed— Mrs. Roland • Warriiiglon n7id baby, clly. Eve-relic. EidridBc, city. Carrie Wcalhcrspoon, Armorcl Mra. Alton' rclfcr, city. Meetings . American Legion Auxiliary members ; will meet tomorrow night, 8 o'clock, at the hut for a program meeting. Mrs. Ed B. Cook and Mrs. C. S/Baggett will'cervc as hostesses. Bead courier HAIR? Get Grayvita Vitamins i7?, b '.J?,'.V.r? llir ? in B <o ill natural color. l ,?. AY y ITAVllam1ra ™ Il fc"r,ll*»« amount of and jray (tsir vitamin" (Win 450 Int. units - ,,,; r rolor v GRAYVITA Vitamin are hoa-fitltn- inj. aj I torn your "pennanenl." 30 diy 1. KIRBY BROS. DRUG CO. B!j Uievllle, Ark. : Dine In The Beautiful SPANISH COFFEE SHOP Hotel Noble PfcATE nn LUNCHEON DOC Delicious, Home Cooked Meab. A, J. Downing, clly. Memphis Hapllsl Hosilal- Adinitted—. Liicinn Hciulersbi), Osceoln. .1.- Ti. Westmoreiniul, "clly.' Born (o Mr. antl Mrs. R. Oilsiim, Oscpnlii. n (Iniiehlcr. W. Red Cross Worker Named Assistant To Director Here Miss Neva Scarrow arrived at the Blyllieville Army Air Held lu/st week to become assistant to Fred li. Swan, RCH! Crass field vrorker. A imllve of Duraont, Iowa, Miss Bcan'ow was Red Cross slaff aid nt Amnrillo, Texas, Array Air Field, ]>rior lo Inking a recenl training course In Washington to Qualify for her new duties as assistant to the field director. MLss Scarrow'is making her home with Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Vail, 518 West Main. Coming Event* TUESDAY Mrs. Max B. Reid entertaining Tuesday Bridge Club. Mrs. Richard Bland Logim Jr., entertaining La Neuve Club. Double G Club meeting with Prances Little. Mrs. Jesse M. White entertaining Beta Gill Sunday School Class. First Presbyterian Church, nt lier borne, 8 p. m. Uinge Parent Teacher Associa- tion'meeting at school, 3 p. m., pre- ccdert liy executive board meeting. 2:30 p. m. Di-Montlily Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. B. M. Matthews. Maple Grove Cemetery Association meeting with Mrs. Sallle Hul>- ler, 2:30 p. m., with Mrs. A. M. R. Branson tts co-hostess. WEDNESDAV Town and Country Club meeting wlllv Mrs. Cornelius Modlnger. Mrs, Ben Harjwle entertaining A D. C. Club. Central Ward Parent-Teacher Association meeting nt school, 3 p.m., preceded by executive board, 2:30 p.m. Friendly Seven Club meeting with Mrs. Don Edwards. Mrs. Carl E. Bailey and Miss Mary Adah Hobmson entertaining at Hotel Noble complimenting Miss Margaret June Ac'ton, bride-elect, 8 p.m. .THURSDAY Mrs. Melvln Kulsell and Miss Patricia Wise entertaining with breakfast at Hsxlsell home honoring MisVi Margaret Jnne Acton, bride-elect.. Mrs. Aubrey Conwny entertaining Mid-Week Club. Thursday Contract Club meeting with Mrs. O. G. Cmidlll. Mrs. Harold Meek entertaining G. N B. Club. Mrs. M. Emde entertaining C. & N. Birthday 'Club at Dogwood Ridge' Clubhouse, 7:30 p.m. . : Mrs. A. G. Little entertaining Thursday Luncheon Club. ; FRIDAY Chapter "N" P. E, O. meeting with Mrs. Harry Kirby, 4 p.m.' • . Woman's Society of Clirlstlnn Service, First Methodist Church, entertaining with bunquet at the church, C:30 p.m., complimenting Methodist members of the senior class at Bly- thDVllle High School, . 400 Club meeting with Mrs. T. J. Price. Mrs. Edltli McCool entertaining Friday Luncheon Club. Mrs. Jack Marsh entertaining Initial Club. C. H. C. Club meeting with Mrs Lendcnnle Fg_wlcr. SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS, properly designed, are remembered always. Our Bowers are Bl- ways fresh, nnd nil work Is guaranteed to please. Let our .«p«rt designers help you with your floral needs. ^FLOWERSEOP F.T.D. Smfce W« DtUrer Fb. Ill Mrs. J. M. (Mao) Wlllluni, twner QlncM H«I. MALE AHD FEMALE-AGES 21 TO 95 On April 20, [ paid my filing fee and otherwise qualified as a ciuuli- (latc for Cnnnly Treasurer, suhiec'C (o (he Dcmoci-alic Primary August Slh. On Iho same da>- 1 accidt'iilallv fell nnd broke my leg. I have' been in a'body'cast since (hat dale, and ni.v doctor promises me several more weeks of "sweating it out" in I his cast. Tlie time Iliat will be available to me for soliciting your vote and influence will, as you sec, be limited. It will be impossible for me (o see everyone, as much as I would like lo. I am thoroughly familiar with (he duties and responsibilities of County Treasurer. If elected I will give the office my full time and the benefit of mature judgment gained through years of business and official experience. In my four years occupancy of an office handling larger sums of money than that of County Treasurer, my ability to handle public funds with honesty, efficiency and courtesy to all, has been proven. This is not a plea for sympathy, but 1 do earnestly ask you to consider my fjuiilifiealions for this important office, and under the cir- ctimstances (o permit me to dispense \yith the formality of personally soliciting your vole and influence. Vote for me on your knowledge of my ability, integrity and proven willingness to accommodate everyone in so far as the legal limits of the office will permit. I promise yo!) 1 will ever be grateful und you will never be sorry, ,eel) STOUT FOR COUNTY TREASURER THE MAN FOR THE PLACE Bits of News •JUtostly, Personal Mrs. Frank McDonnell and daughter, Prances, of Columbia, Mo., arrived yesterday for a visit with Mrs. McDonnell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Ebcrdl. Mrs. B. O. Gray and daughter Mrs Russell T. Kurtz, and her youne son, Teddy, arrived today for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. I, M. Kurtz and family. Pvt. Russell Kurtz, a son of Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Kurlx, ii/)w is stationed al Camp Clalborne, La. Condition of Mrs, J. W, Wrjgir, who Is seriously 111 at Walls Hospital, was .slightly Improved ilii.,- morning. Mrs, C. W. /iffllck left yesterday afternoon for -a visit of several days with friends in Helena, Ark. She went with Mr. and Mrs. W. 13. Tanner of Helena, who were returning home after a weekend visit here with Mrs. Tanner's mother, Mrs. T. J. Mahan. M. S. Yatc.s and Cecil Wroten spent yesterday in Hot Springs. • Mvs. Ray Mann and two chll- drcti of Dundee, Miss., spent yesterday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Blomeycr and family. itrs. Howard Johnson returned this morning to State Sanitarium, Ark., after a three weeks visit here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Kurtz and family, and her son, Ronald Johnson. Mrs. and Mrs. W. B, Stiles had as their guests Sunday, their son B. J. Stiles, Miss Louise Morgan Miss Virginia Stiles and Junior Stttes, all of Memphis. Mrs. S. C. Smith of Fulton, Mo., and Mrs. A. C. Smith of McGredie. Mo., returned ta their homes today after a week's visit with their brother, H. H. Houclilns and Mrs. Houcliins. Mr. and Mrs. Chnrles L. onler anil Mrs. Dick Webb returned this morning to theiv home in Mobile, Aln.. after a visit here with relatives and friends. Mrs. Webb has been here for a month, while Mr and Mrs. Ctaier spent last week here. v Mrs. Roy Brantley Is convalescing at her home on Chickasawba Avenue, following an operation she underwent several weeks ago al the |)ost hospital. •'Mrs. Ruby Quattlebamn ofBeebe, Ark., has arrived for a visit with her daughter, Mrs. M. S. Yates "mel family, she came especially to 'JTo relieve distress of MONTHLY*\ Female Weakness Lrtla E. Plnkhnm's Vegetable Compound Is made especially /or women to help relieve periodic pala with .weak, nervous, Uue feelings—<luc to functional monthly disturbances Taken regulnrly-H helps build up realBtance against Euch symptoms Follow label directions. MONDAY, MAY 15, 1944 be with the Yat«s .children while MM. Vates Is In Clythevllle Hospital, where she underwent n ma- Jar operation this morning. Mr. and Mis. Clifford Jqyner and son. Robb, of Union City, Tcnh., have returned home after a brief visit with Mrs. Joyiser's brother, Frank whitworlh and Mrs. whit- worth. They came over especially lo be with Mrs, Robert E. l^cc King, who Is visiting here as the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Samuel P. Nor- rls and family. Mrs. H. T. Kldd of Memphis was the weekend guest of her son, Ihe Rev. Harvey T. Kldd and Mrs. Kldd. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Wilson ann. daughter, Mfss Anna Lou Wilson, o( Memphis, spent yesterday here with their parents, Dr, and Mrs. C. E, Wilson, and Mrs. Dan Stout. Mr. and Mrs. Tom A. Little hud as their weekend guests, thi'ir daughter, Mrs. W. K. Francis and son, Kavanaugh, of Pine Bluff, ami their son, Pvt. Tom A. Little Jr., who Is with the Army Air Forces-, stationed at Keesler Field, Miss, Mrs. Prank Whitworth spent today In Memphis.. Mayor and Mrs. E. R. Jackson have returned from St. Charles, Mo., where they went Saturday, accompanied by Mrs. Howard De- Splinter, to attend the 2Cth May Day Festival at Llndenwooc! Col- lege. Miss Mary Lynn Jackson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jackson, and B junior at the college, wet honored by < being named to serve as maid of honor to the May Day queen at the festivities. Mrs. Howard DeSplln^cr. left Saturday for St. Charles, Mo., and from there for Aimwan, 111., where she will visit her husband's family. Mrs. 0. R. Collins has been ud- mlttcd to Walts Hospital for treatment. Carl Cullison has been dismissed from Walls Hospital where he has i>?cn undergoing treatment. Era Wright spent the week end In Osccola as Ihe guest of her brother, Ira Wright and family. Mrs. P. H. Acton and her daughter, Miss Margaret Jane AcUin, spent today in Memphis. E. L. Jones, his daughter, Mrs. Peggy Wagner and her Infant daughter, Jackie, spent yesterday in Memphis with Miss Marilyn Jones, who is (mite ill at Baptist Hospital, following mi operation which she underwent last week. Mrs. Jones Is remaining In Memphis with her daughter. HOW TO "KNOW" ASPIRIN Just lw euro to' ask for St. Joseph Aspirin, There's nono faster, ':>ono stronger. Why jrny more? World s largest eclter uiUlf. DwuajjdBt. JoseyljAspirin. Chew some HOTCHU—sure to please. FUR STORAGE Don't Wait Too Long. Store Early For Certain Protection and Better Attention Safeguard Your Investment- When jnn bought your fur coat you made a sound investment, one that should bring ynn pleasure and service for years to come. Now, like all other consumer goods, if given the proper care, It will respond according lo the way you treat it. On the other hand, it you are careless, your coat will wear out, perhaps years before it ordinarily would. The best form of insurance for the longer life of your coat is cold storage. NU-WA PHONE «4 BtYTHEVItLE.ARK. IW« It what Chairman DonoU M. Ne/Wfl toyt about tht paptr thorlagti 25 WAR PLANTS CLOSED! As we go to press, about 25 mills making war product* out of paper h«v» had to close down. Are we going to let them itay closed?. Or shall wa open them again with a community drive to save waste paper ... and keep right on saving it? You know the answer/ We MUST iwing those 25 doors wide with the biggelt *va- lanche of old b'oxes, corrugated paper, cartons, bags, newspapers and magazines, that this city has ever leenl We MUSTVorganize our friencU... our children... everybody who has a loved one in the Armed Forces . > . everyone who wants this war to end toon ... in victoryl Get going right away on that paper traill A BUNDLE A WEEK SOME BOY'S LIFE SAVE! <>kt< Nmptptrl: Fold them M*f>i!n«i fiat (the «ar the papu Tie them la bundl bor Klli clitm) and til «bOut 18 locket hl«b. iocbalijli ** riatiea thtm om »nd tit thimlnbundle««bog«ll tnchtt U«fa,«« Paper (Wr«pp»r., Cnveltpei, itt.h Flinen ud p«ck down to m bor ot bundle, •o thai It cu t» ourltd. U.S. Victory WASTE PAPER Campaign SAV AtUHOUIWtll War Production Board calls for big drive to save WASTE PAPER WORRY,WORRY,WQRRY ^HEADACHE! lit Intf enough to worry, wllhout tutlnlui from ho.N nchf, lo». Take Capudlnc (o relieve Ihc naln end l B«VM unset ty the l:aln. udhio I] iumfcl — no w. tor It lo cJisioli'c, betor after tifcln*. U.-o'only « r«Uj. lOc, soc. COc. CAPUDINE MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP 104 8. First Phono 2532 Bring t/s Your Beauty Problems Evtnlnri By Appolntnttnt The Gift Shop Modern and Anlique Gifts COSMETICS ISABV GIFTS GREETING CARDS NOVELTIES A Gift For Everybody Ingram Bid?. Plume JU54 MOSS BRYAN ^^***m^^mmm*am*amej*B3n*BK3mm I IE/ Continuous Showi Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 1:00 «.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Last Time Today 'What A Woman' H'ilh Kosalind Russell arid Brian Ahcrne Parataount News and Shorts Tuesday & Wednesday Special—Paramount Short Subject '"MEMPHIS BELLE"ROXY Uatlnees Sat. & Snn. Only Oftia etch night 6:30; Starts 6:49 Openj Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Bat. mid San. »rfaln Night Every Night Eicejrt Saturday. No ftsiei honored on Socdnj at the Boiy. ( Last Time Today 'Union Pacific' with .Incl McCrcii and Barbara Stanwyck fox News and Sclcclcil Rliorl. Tuesday & Wednesday A MYSTERY |HIT YOU'LL NEVER FOR- H- [€''-,

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