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

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 24, 1944
Page 2
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BLYTHBVILLB, (ARK.) CdURtER NEWS WEDNESDAY, MAY 24, 1944 Temple-Kendall Nuptials Solemnised At Fort Smith '•* j 1 '• , The marriage of Miss Mar;.nle Kendall .Qt Fort Smith, Ark, to First Ssrgt, Robert U Temple of Blythevllle. and Camp chaffee Ark, was solemnized Thursday night. May 11, In the chapel of the First MethodUt Church In Port. .Smith. Dr. O. E. Rice, pastor oJ ihc ,;.church, officiated, in the presence •• of.; only, the Immediate families of the: couple. The bride/ who was given in marriage by her brother, Corp Eugene Kendall, \w>re a white lace street-length' dress with white necessaries and a corsage of sweetheart rosebuds. Her'only was her sis ler, Mrs. Tom Norris, who wore n gold colored suit; with black accessories and a corsage , of pink rosebuds';' Pfc. :: Blll Pulman, brother-lri-law of the bride, scrml Sergeant Temple as best man. >. Sergeant .Temple Is the son • of Mr. • and-Mrs. R. F. Temple'of HornerVv'llle;'.Mo:, and lived -In BlylhevihV prior to entering the Army in 1924. He spent four yeais In Alaska,•Including.several 'months at Dutch Sartor, before coming home , on. furlough last December. He has been stationed at Camp Chaffee "since January . Ser'geaWand Mrs, Temple ore making; their home with her sister In Fort'Smith. • • • BirjFiclay Party Is Given M(S. Bertye Snyier was hostess to ntntygues.U last night .when:she en- Ir-rluined witli a birthday party at her) home complimenting Mrs. Ifar&y Stone and Miss Frances Corljw. Ai feature -of the,, refreshment (ab)j was the large whit* birthday cake! hearing, greetings to both girls] and .surrounded with gifts for each, of the honorees G^mes and contest* were plajed for 'several'- hours , before refreshments of ice cream and cake uere scned i • • • La jNeuve Club Members Entertained By Miss Wise Miss Patricia Wise was hostess to inciAbers of K La Neuve Club and Uo guefs Mrs Jack Chamblin and Mis» June workman, when "he entertained last night at her homp on Chickasawba Avenue. Bhdge was played during the evening m the living room, which »as attractively decorated with roses and othftr Spring flowers. Mrs. Chamblin received high score priz| and Mrs WilliamS Q Boyd, secqndihigh. , A' ( dessert course was'served. '« . ; Coming Events •• THTJRSDAY Thursday Luncheon Club meeting witg Mis Russell Phillips Mrs Henry Humphreys enter- tainjng Thursday Contract Club \fcs James Hill Jr, entertaining Woijians Club at 1 o'clock lunch- eoni \*>man's Society oJ Christian Eerfice Yarbro Methodist Church, meeting at church, 2 30 p m EJizelain Sunday School Class rirsj, Baptist Church, meeting at home of Mrs Roy Head, 8pm ' FRIDA'Y CJBC Club meetlnE with Mrs Lendennie Fowler Mrs Jerry Hearn entertaining 100 Club Mrs C C Langston entertaining Friday Luncheon Club Womans society of Christian Serfice Promised Land Methodist Chxjrch meeting at home of Mr, Roy, Mitchell 2 30 p m Business Women Meel Ten members of the Business and Professional Women's Club met Monday night at the home of Mrs. J. G. Barnes on West Ash for a business and social meeting. Miss Ion,, George presided over the business meeting, when routine business was take)) care of. Mrs. Barnes served refreshments during the social hour. Double G Club Members Honored At Bridge Parly Miss Mary Josephine Hall honored members of the Double G Club and two guests, Mrs. Carl E, Bailey Jr., and Mis. E, Robert Smith of Benton, Mo., when she entertained last night at her home on Henra Street. Garden flowers were arranged throughout the entertaining rooms of the house, where bridge was played during the evening. Mrs. Albert - K. Taylor , received ilgh score prize and Miss 'Mary "pain Usrey hud second - hlgli. A sandwich plate with Iced drinks was served. * * • Theater Party Honors Visitor From Chicago Mrs. W, 0. Anthony Sr., of Chicago, hotiseguest of Mrs, George M, Lee, wns guest of honor yesterday nt a theater party - given by Mrs. Hnrry Fritzius. , Twelve of Mrs. Anthony's friends were Invited to attend the nitz Theater, and later went to Bonim's where a long refreshment table had been arranged with vases of roses, daisies and larkspur. A dessert course was scrml. About 30,000 cubic miles of rain water fall upon (lie lam! surfaces of the earth annually. Some 100,000 persons meet death rom nccldenla) causes every year, according too recent calculations. Back to Hie Land Tnx problems arc- lorgollen for the moment as Secretary of the Treasury Henry Morgonthau examines a grape vine on his Wiccopee, N. Y., farm. The secretary says he did all right last year, selling the product of his 15-acre grape arbor at $1.10 a bosket. (Perfect Qi^t for CO-ED, CAREER GIRL or ARMY BRIDE White Rose Powder Blue Pink Red .T.rA RIO. Ml PUT. OfF. | : . COTTON ".CHENILLE.SCUFFS | As advertised irTMac/emoisel/e w n ir -^HO T O Q/ Seniors Plan Program For Class Night Plans for senior doss night to be held tomorrow nlglit, 8 o'clock, al l 'io. lllglj. school auditorium, were announced today. The Invocation will be astel Die Rev. Bates Sturdy, pnstor of Lnku Sljeel Methodist Church. This will be followed by a play- pngcant, "Tlie Graduation Gown, 1 with the time of the piny 50 years from now, the place, grnndmother's attic, nnd the characters of grandmother and granddaughter portrayed by i Prances Sue Bright nnd June' Martin Gosnell, respectively. Members of the senior class will be included in the poeennt cast, which will Include the following specialty numbers: -Scenes from the class piny, "Nine Lives or Emily", with Emily to 1» played by Nancy McGIII; Emily's father, Oswald Ralney; Emily's vivacious sister, Mary Gray; Emily's nance, George Moore. Soloists in the pagennl wll) be Virginia Moreland and Helma Johnsen, baton twirling will be done by June Castlio, the poem, "IT", by Kipling, will be rend by Mnry Tucker Moore, and the poem, "I Go Fishing", by Richards Powell, will be read by Frances Sue Bright. Tap dancing will be done by Waulene Hawkins. The public Is Invited to attend the program, Cor which there is no nd- mlsslon charge. At the Hospitalj Blylhevllle Hospital Admitted- Mrs. Walton Sharp, Hnytl, Mo. Mrs. William .•Manuel, Osceola, Joyce She)ton, Dell. Tonmyijie 'Lane. city. Dismissed— . William'Mae Gee, city. Wall. 1 ! Hospital Admitted- Born to Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bell, city, a son, night. Dismissed-Mrs. OlHe Wilson. Steelc, Mo. Louise Mliiyard, city. . • Memphis Baptist Hospital Admitted- Mabel Hnm'lelt. Stecle, Mo. ' Memphis Methodist Hospital .. Admitted— ' • Mrs. J. W. Stallings, city. Meetings There \vifl be a stated meeting of chickasawba. Uidge No. 134, p. & A. M. , tomorrow night, 7:30 o'clock, at; Die hall. The Master's :legree will Vje'iconferred,'|t was announced today' by' 1 ' Dewey Gentry, worshipful inaster. .' Bits of News .iMosjtly; personal Amazing Way for "RUN-DOWN"people to gef Nw VITALITY..PEP! .-Promote the flow of I vitol digestive juices .in the stomach ^ 2 -Energize your body wi«h . RICH, RED BLOOD! rpHESE two important steps may * jiclp you to overcome the dlscom- orts or embarrassment of sour stomach, Jerky nerves, loss of appetite, underweight, digestive complaints weakness, poor complexion! who Is operating on only ft - — .-,„ healthy blood volume or a. itomacri digestive capacity of only so "ormal K severely handicapped nrmil,. stomach digestive julcej CH. RED-BLOOD you should 1 j°J' l] } nt "me or \vell-bclnK which de- c-tea physical fitness . . . menial alert- .," £?t u ^« sub le cl to poor digestion or suspect deficient red-blood as the untie •ompUc«lt>° U y " **" "° orBam ° Tonic may be Just what svu°n°"rj iu it 'our designed (1| to promote the VITAL DIGESTIVE JUICES In "--*• and (2| tobulld-up BLOOD uhea dcllclcnt. Build Sturdy Health ">d Help America Win SSgW.&fi^^ h SS iVihi? i. cm Btld scientific research v.i^U'JS?'""''.'rth'f? why so L 3 Bow Mrs. Van Moore and children Barbara Lois mid Van Jr., of Cull- mon, Ala.,"ar'e'vlsltlfig here as the Biiests of Mrs. Moore's parents, Mr and Mrs. D. G. Gracy and other relatives. Mrs. Eugene Hood, Mrs. Charles C. Barnes, Mrs. Clyde Wilson, Miss Mabel Hogan nnd MJss Jessie Srlte spent today In Memphis. Mrs, VV. F. Brewer will return tomorrow /ran Enid, Okla., where she has spent the past two weeks with relatives. Mrs. Holll.s L. Moody and children, David nnd Sarah 1/ou, have returned froin Little Rock where they spent the weekend with Pvl, Ilollls Moody, who Is stationed there. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Horner spent yesterday In Marlon, Ky., where they attended the funeral of a friend. Mrs. Jack O'Kecfe IB recuperating nt the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Burns on Chicka- suwba Avenue, following an illness at Memphis Baptist Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Berryman and; children, Mary Sue and Blllie Sam, and Mrs. L, E. Baker and son Larry, spent the weekend In Memphis. vMrs. Woodrow Fisher and two children, Ronnie and Nita, of Jef- fersonvllle, Ind., will arrive tomorrow ' for,, a visit with Mrs. Fisher's parents, Mr. and Mrs. James T. Brackln and other relatives. They are coming particularly to attend the . graduation exercises Friday night, when Mis.? Francella Fisher will i-ecelve her diploma. Mrs. Etta Berrymim of Caruthersville, Mo., will arrive tonight to attend the junior high graduation exercises to be held tomorrow at Haley Field, when her grandson, Billy Sam Berryman, will receive his diploma. Lieut. Gwendolyn Fisher of the Army Nurses Corps, stationed at Sliaw Field, Sumler, S. C., will arrive tomorrow night to visit her sls- .ers, Miss Wanda Pislier and Miss PranccHa Fisher, and U) attend her stitert graduation from Blythevllle high school. Mrs. H. K. Smith and Miss Mamie Lyons ot Whealley, Ark., arrived today to be the guests of Mrs. Smith's daughter, Mrs. w, U Horner and family. They came especially to attend graduation exercises for the Junior high school, when Mrs. Smith'.* grandson, William L, Horner, will graduate Into high school. Mrs. Annette Engler returned last jilgbt from Belleville, Texas, where she spent several days with her elster, Mrs. M. I. Helmuth and other relatives. Mrs. •-Engler made the trip by plane. . Jerry Bensberg of Camden, Ark., will arrive tomorrow to attend senior high school graduation exercises as the guest of Miss Prancella Fisher, Miss Jeanne and Miss Doris Slandefer of Marie, Ark., will arrive lomorrow to be the weekend guests of Miss Virginia Swcarmgen and her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Swearlngen Sr. Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Hall and family have as Ihelr guest, Mrs. Hull's sister, Mis. J. A. Hoimdlree of Pine Bluff. . Mrs, E. Robert Smith of Benton, Mo., _b visiting here as the guest of Mrs, James Lee Brooks and Miss Mary Josephine Hall. Mrs. J, FarrJ* McCalla nnd daughter, Jennie Wren, will go to Rlpley, Tenn., tomorrow to spend several days there with Mrs Herbert Davis. Mrs. James Lee Brooks, Miss -larv Josephine Hall, Mrs. E. Robert Smith of Ben ton, Mo., and Miss Lorene Oldhnm, spent today in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. S. K. Garrett and daughter, Mary Ella, of Leach- vlllc, spent Monday with Mrs. Gar- rctt's sister. Mrs. G. V. Daws and family. Mr. nnd Mrs. Garrett and Mary Ella are leaving this week for San Marcus, Texas, for a visit with his parents, the Rev. nnd Mrs. J, P. Garrett. Award Goes To Miss Hill COLUMBUS. Miss., May 24. — 3elty Jean Hill of Blythevllle has leen named winner of the Betty ~lay-Kudzo award established (his •ear at Mississippi State College, Columbus, Miss., by Miss Hary Harrison clay, Monroe, La. The award, a War Bond, Is a memorial to Miss Jlay's aunt, who was a member of he first music faculty of I. I. and \ now M. S. C. W. Miss Hill recently completed her urrior year at the school where he Is majoring in voice and piano. She is the daughter of Dr. and Irs. E. V. Hill. Ticklish Job ".\ l>u>/ct$mw HEALTH KODAK .FILMS Jft Developed and Finished THREE DAY SERVICE Guaranteed Work . . , Reasonable Prices O'STEEN'S %TUD10 105 W. Main Screen songstress Lucille Ball doesn't ordinarily wear an os- tricli-phimcd hat to lunch; But it's a ticklish Job to dolt and don the huge topper seen - in photo above, so she wears it constantly until day's work'is done. Before the Invention of wheels Die ancients dragged their beloii"-' Ings on sledges made from forked trees. • THE " cftt Ins ' 1 irritated akin tlirilla to (lie touch of Mcxsuna, soothing, rucdi- !-' alc< l I'OWllw. For rool- ing relief, get Meisunu. 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