The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 29, 1944 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, May 29, 1944
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^AGE-TWO 4""'" BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) . NEJ.^8 'Flic'Rev. and Mrs. Kidd To Entertain Friday Night The Rev. and Mrs. Jfarvey T.i Kidd'ftill hoy'"open house' for friends and members 'pf the congregation of the First Presbyterian Church Friday night at the manse, 103 Koitti Fifth, tnl^rtalntng between the hours of 8 arid 10 o'clock. Membeis of the Auxiliary mid Uicir families arj asked to 'call at "v the. 1 followlng:nours: members of ' Cirdi^s One, and T»o, from 8 to B \ o'clock- members of Circle's Three i and rour, from 9 (o 10 o'clock Friends and. non-circle members (ire United to attend it any tlrhe daring the evening. t * • » Sue Richardson Is Bride Of Harold C. Thompson Jr. Miss Sue Rlcliardson, • daughter of Mi and Mrs B. Richardson, became the bride of Harold Tiic-inus o n. J r.. ron. of: Mr., and Mrs. H. O.. Thompson Sr.; In n ceremony performed .Saturdny night, 11 o'clock, at the First Chinch of (lie Nazarene. The Rev. P. W. Nash, pastor of the chvircli,, read the double ring rites in.: (lie '-, presence ' of a large nuniobr 'of guests'. Pieccding tlie ceremony, Mrs. P. W. Nash gave > program of, Mrs. Bailey Tarpley Jr.,' slsler of the bride, served as matron of iMiior.-.She wore a. dress of brown Hemberg crepe, with ; w)ilte. accessories and n corsage,of white gardenias. The : bride. wore - an . afternoon dress of navy bine sheer, trimmed with touches of wh'ito.. Her liny hat was] of white •' straw, and she wore an orchid:corsage.' Mr. Tarpley,served Mr. Tbomw- son as Ucst man. Immediately following the ceremony,-Mr. and Mrs. Thompson left feu a brief wedding tiip to Memphis, where, they were the .guests of Mr. 1 .'and . Mrs. Fred Cartn an They now. are making their home with Mr Thompson's parents on EastfMalri. Both MI . Thompson and his bride were graduates! Friday night from Blytheville high-school, where both were outstanding In school activities Mrs. Thompson n nirmbei of the student cpuncll and of the ;.-Red- Pepper ; CHib, 1 while 1 Mr Thompson was 'vlct president of the senior class and captoln of the!football team. • « • Mrs.. Hearti Entertains , All members:of the 400 Club attended Uie pnrty given Friday af- ternooVby Mrs. Jerry Henrn at her home .oil Missouri Avenue. A'arieg'atcd sweetpeas decorated the living room, where Liverpool rummy .was played during the afternoon, with high score.prlze won by Mis T J Price and second high by Mrs Lafavette May. Light 'refreshments, were served. • » • ' Halt-Walters Marriage Solemnized Friday Night Announcement was made" today of the marriage of Miss Elise Walters, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Walters of (he Lone Oak community, to Pvt.. James :L. Hart: of Camp Shelby, Miss., son of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Hart of Council. . • Tlie mnrringe was solemnized Friday night, 7 o'clock, at the home of the Rev; S. B. Wilford, with the Kev. Lindley Vowell, pastor of the Dell Methodist Church, officiating, Only attendants were Miss Mau- rinc Hart anil Miss Nannie Lou Hart, sisters of the bridegroom. Mrs Hart nas graduated last year from Dell high school. Private Hart was graduated from the Gosncll school, and hns served imec sears in Alaska and the Aleu tians as a membot of Company "M He and his bride plan to make their home at Camp Shelby, Miss., where he now is stationed. Fred Oliver's Have Son • A son was born Jifay 25 to Sergl. and Mrs. Fred OlWer at the City Hospital in Marysvllle, C&lif., where Sergeant Oliver now Is «lo- tloned. : The baby has been named Harry James Oliver. Mrs. Oliver. Is the former Miss Ruth Parks. Piano, Voice Pupils To Be Presented In Recital MANILA, Ark. — Mrs'. W. Orln Green.will present her pin no and voice pupils In n recital tomorrow night, 8 o'clock, at the Minlla Methodist Church. Pupils appearing on the program Include DorrU steele, Rose Msy Richardson, Dorothy Ann Olrdley, Peggy Gnnter, Joe Denn Pierce; Paul Dean Davis, Betty Borowsky, Peggy Pleeman, Betty Jean Flee-' mn'n. "Joan Perkins,'Willie Cnery, Bivlnn Osborne, Virginia Ostorne, Ot-yille Mnssey, Harold Fleemtm, Bobbie Jean Wagner, Dixie Fayc Kllllan, Bobble Jime Killlan, Mny- thell Young, Bobble Sue UORCVI, it* Dell Downing, Margaret Griffin, Orari Dan Dodd anil Margaret Jackson. Th a public Is Invited to -attend tho affair. To Show WMC Film The motion picture, "Why We Fight", a War Manpower Commlsr slon film, will be shown at 8;30 o'clock tomorrow night at the Lesion hut under the auspices of .he American Legion. The showing of the (Dm will fol- ow the regular business meetlni: of the croup. R«»d Coorfer n w«nt »o». At the Hospital, Blytheville Hospital Admitted- Mrs. Mabel Needliam, city.. Mrs. A. O. Davis, Haytl, Mo. Mrs. H. Perraenler, Lilxorn. Snmuel Clarrctt, city. Born to Mr. and.Mrs. C. \V. Vnnaver, Osceola, a daughter Sal- ui-dny. D!sii)is.?ed— Dewey Jones, Dell. Walk Hospital Admitted- Mrs. W. E. \Vrny, Hnjtl, Ivro. Mrs. Riis.?ell Waldron, caruthers- ville, Mo. j Mrs. F.- P. Scrlhner. Ht. 1, city. Pat Henry, city. John Everett, city. Pnul Davis, city. Dismissed— Jetm Annantrout, city. Mrs. Ellis O. Snipes, city. Mrs. Raymond Bell and bnby city. Memphis Methodist Hospital Admitted- Mrs. W. C. Davis, city. Memphis Baptist Hospital Admitted— W. C. Deeds, Joiner. Mrs. Charles Lutes, city Mrs. Sallle McCleur, Kctser. John P. Newsom, Wilroii. Shirley. Ann Terry, OsceSla. Bits of News Mostly/ Personal Cnpl. atid Mrs. T. J. Price have as their guests, her brother and sister, Billy and Barbara Daniels, of Arcadlq, ha. Mls.5 Era Wright Is ill at her home nt 310 West Wnlnut. tsj Hope .Whltworlh spent the weekend In Driver as the guest of her sister, tars'. Jdmcs Elslander. M. Arlle P. ]laiigh }ins been removed to her home al 220% Don- gnn Avenue, following a serious Illness nt the post hospital. Her condition now Is much Improved. Mr. and;Mj.5. Raymond Jtomisa- vllle and son,-Louis King, of Memphis, nre thu-. guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. llounsa- ville. ... King Matthews, who is with the Wcst^utc Electric Company, mvl who lias been .stiitloned In Stecle- ville, ill,, hnx, been transfen-cd lo Kam;as. He arrived here yesterday eiiroulc [o Ills new Job, having been culled to be with his mother, Mrs, 1'olly Mnllhews, who has been 111 for several weeks al licr home on Hark Street. Condition of Mrs, Matthew' is.unimproved. Mrs. A. S. Hurley, who has spent the iiasl.five weeks licie with lier parents'.'Mi-.-and Mrs.-Knrl Parker, while her husband, Ijlciitenant, Hurley, wa. s on special assignment In San Antonio. Tcnas, returned Friday to her home In Columbus, Miss. She was nctojiipaiiled lo Columbus by her sister, Delores Parker, • who will 'siieiid. the Summer as her eucst. Pfc. Floyd Wllllnms, who Is sla- tloned ul Camp BreeXhirldge, Ky.. wllh the field aftillcry, spent tlie weekend with his pnrents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Williams of Route 2. IJirry MacSpatldcn and Mickey Colemnn of Memplib were the weekend giicsts of Joe Ferguson Jr., imd'his:parents, Mr.-nnU Mrs. FVr- iiUsoiv'Srj'Tliey were accompanied lioine yesterday afternoon by Mr. Ferguson Jr., who'iv!)! spend u few days in Memphis wllli them, going down especially to attend n dunce Riven, tonight by Ills fraternity, the Slemn 1'hl Omega". ; I Mrs, Garrurd Caudlll of Steele, Mo.; b speiidliiE severnl days here (is tlie guest of Mrs. Melvin Hateell. Mrs. Ellis G. Snipes Iras been dls- mksetl from- Walls Hospitixl where she has been undergoing Irentmenl for several days. Her condition Is much Improved. Mr. and Mrs. Nell 1 Reed nnd children, Philip, •Qeoree an<| Hath, returned to their home in Hebcr Head Courier News Want Ada IRRITATIONS OP EXTERNAL CAUSE Acno pimple?, cciemn, factory dermatitis, uiunlj)ringworm, totter, nalttlicum buniiw, (blnelchcndii), and ugly |"S out Am. Millions relic™ b,,™. inn nul sorcncsa of tlioso misorica with "iraple homo Irculmont. Goes to work at once. Md, healm K works tho nn ti ao] , ti j way. U« Black and \VhHo Ointment o,,iy M d.rec«xl. lOc. 25e. eOflMica, 2S}Cr l f cucccils. .Money-Luck guarantee. Wt'l in cleansing n vooJ M0 .,. E ,,: ' j^ moua Black anil faito Skin Suip July. Guy Genn's SKATING RINK Now Open For Summer Big Tent Now Located Across From Nu-Way. Laundry Afternoon and Nlt« Sessions Premium Wheat PLUS Fine Milling EQUALS Shibley's Best FLOUR - - - The flour that needs less shortening! Commercial Classes In Shorthand-Bookkeeping-Typinq MRS. L. M. BURNETT^ 9 1010 Hum Dejrw From Accrrilled College SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS SHOP Springs, yesterday, after a vJslt here with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cook and other friends. They came over particularly to be here for the commencement exercises at Blytheville high school Friday night when Philip received his diploma. Ancll Heed, another of the Reed children, also came over for the graduation exercises, but left Saturday afternoon for Little Rock, where he will attend Boy's State as a represent? atli'c from Hcbcr Springs. Joe Alexander Jr., seaman l-c, who Is stationed at Miami, Pla., is spending his leave here with his wife and his parents. Mr. and Mrs Alexander Sr. He will be here until the latter part of this week. Mrs. R. L. Topper of Memphis spent the weekend here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs: Smith llrnckin, and her .sister, Mrs.' John P. Hoffmnn. . . ( Ifcrmnn Peek'of Evansyllle,' Ind formerly of BlylheylUc, Is spending a week here as tlie guest of his mother, Mrs, W.' M. Bartley. and Mi 1 . Barlley. '•••,' • • ; Miss Peggy Whltevof-.ParsgouId, Ark,, will return home .tomorrow lifter spending several days here sif. the guest of her aunt, Mrs H E Bracey and family; Susie Taylor Is visiting- in Dyersburg. Tenn., « s the guest of Mr and Mrs. Cecil Lee. Juanlla Goodman of Memphis Is Ihc guest of her grandmother, Mrs F. D. Smith, and her aunt, Miss Nell Harris. Mrs. Ola Wllliford has returned from Ixingvlew, Texas, where she spent a month with her brother, W. A. McCord and family. Mrs. T. j. Mohan left this af- (ernoon for Rochester, Minn, where she will visit her son, capt Thomas K. Mahan and family. Captain Mohan and his family art in Rochester for several. months while he is taking a special-course In X-ray work ul Maya's Clinic there. Capt. .Dan McLean arrived yes-' tciday to spend a : brief leave here with his parents, Dr. and Mrs. D. C. McLean. Captain, McLean is being transferred from Clovls, N M to -Harvard, Neb.,'where he,is with The Gift Shop Modern and Antlqce Gift] COSMETICS BABY GIFTS GREETING CARDS NOVELTIES, A Gift For Everybody Bldj, Fbone I2M MOSS BRYAN NOTICE Please put paper and trash in covered containers so it will not blow all over the city. Joe Martin Don't Buy—'Another Depression 1 BUY-'MORE WAR BODNS' S^'\A»'-A<mrure'tt ib':"MADEMGISELLE" f/eYi'6/t ShoMjf Ojffords lirwvii KIk Ghillie Tic — as Illustrated, Except I'lnin Toe— LEATHER SOLES W fiWitt -aEwoe^fc..-' t-iOttiMFftv TOQ/ the Army Air Forces. Mrs, McLean remained In Oklahoma city for n ylsll with relative.* there. Lieut, and Mrs. H. F. Harwell, who have been stationed at Rivers- side, Calif., arrived yesterday for a visit with' hls"s!ster, Mrs, Baker Wilson and family, cnrouic lo their new post,at.Fort Bennlug, Ga. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Wunderllch and son, Bimle, were called to Springfield, Mo., yesterday by the death of ' Mr. WunderHch's sbter- in-law, Mrs., Raymond Wunderllch. Mrs. G. G. Travis nnd sons, Guy Stewart and Sidney Reid, of Steele, Mo,, and Mrs, I. B| Stewart, left Friday for Wlnslowe, Ariz., for an Indefinite visit with Mrs. Stewart's daughters, Mrs. Frank Daniels and Mrs. Bennett Bernard. Mrs. Charles Lutes underwent a major operation at Memphis Baptist Hospital this morning. Mrs. Liilc.s lias been 111 for some time. State Leaders To Speak At Missionary Meeting "Be Ye Steadfast" will be th| general theme for the Northeast District meeting of the Women's Missionary Unions to be held tomorrow at First Baptist Church In Blytlievlllc. The meeting, which will begin at 9:30 o'clock, will present several outstanding leaders, among whom will be Mrs. 0. H. Ray. executive secretary of the state Women's Missionay Union, who will speak on the subject, "Always Abounding", and Ms. C. R, Pngh of the Bottoms Baptist Ophaimge, Montlcello, who will speak on "When Our Labor Is Not In Vnln". The Rev. E. C. Brown, pastor of First Baptist Church, will speak on the subject, "Our Unmoveable Missionary Orders". MONDAY, MAY 29, 1944 Cooling Eventi TUESDAY La Neuve Club meeting with Mrs. M. N. Young. MJss Margaret Shaver entertaining Double G Club. WEDNESDAY Mrs, T. H. Hatfield entertaining Friendly Seven club. Town and Country Club meeting with Mrs. R, C. Rose. Club tight will meet with Mrs. Paul Jobe. THURSDAY Mrs. W. L. Homer entertaining Mid Week club. Thursday Contract Club meeting with Mrs. F. B. Joyner. Mrs. Robert Weedman chtartaln- Cl. N. B. Club. FRIDAY Friday Luncheon club meeting with Mrs. W. M. McKenzlc. Reception at Presbyterian Manse for members of the church and friends of the congregation, 8 to 10 D. m. Mrs. R. A. Copeland entertaining c. B.- c;i;Q)ub. initial Club \rieettng with Mrs, Cecil Graves, Mrs. Tom Mabry entertaining 400 Club, A London oyster opener opens 10 a, minute and has been doing [so lo^f t the last 25 years. Meetings The Lone Troop Association of Girl Scouts will meet tonight, 8 o'elpck, at i;jr lio.iie of Mrs, Hugh Whltsitt. Wanted! Men and Women Who Are Hard of Hearing To make this simple, no risk ht&noj t«t If you are temporarily deafened, bothered by ringing buzzEnjf head noicea due to hardened or coagulated wax (cerumen), try th« Ourine Home Method tent that »o many Bay liaa enable J them to bear well again. You must liear belter after making thl» tiopk test or you get your money b*ck it oac*. Ask about Ourine Ear Drop* todny *t Stewart's and drug stores everywhere. GRAY HAIR? Get Grayvita Vitamins . gray hair i» Klurrrnij lo ils lutraal color.! uRAiyiTAVitaminscontainlliesaiiie amount of "inti guy luir vitamin" U'lus 400 Inl. units j BJ) as twltd by a leading houwfccciiing inana- line. Of those (estcd, SS% liati return of fuir color. GRAYVITA Vitamins are non-fallen- ins, "n'* >wn your "ixvifuncnt." 'JQday lupply SI. 50; 100 ibyj, SI.OO. Plwue KIKBV BROS. IWUG CO. ' Blytheville, Ark. HOTCUU'.s lusty as cuu be— (Jhcw a slick and you'll agree. BENLAMEY your next GOVERNOR """ t, '<»y.4> ••'«-,''' •> f-, HJ^! r • t * All Arkansas Is RaHying To The Only Farmer, Bus iness-man Candidte And His Program of Better Business Government ° f ''"' Ccrl;ti " V ' C '° rr :l!lCa<1 is support of Hie FAR!\ BB»cic • fcK, BIJSINKSS-MAN calululnlc for (Sovcrnor . . . from every xcflion of the State ) I »l, l . T ! C1lre "' 1 of " 1C (iracs ' • ' l)>e pi ' nplc :lrc <1cl crmi "t'' 'o'slcer clear of (he politicicins and put a RhAf, business man al the head nt the Stale's lar< business. HEN LANKV is (haf man! It «s significant that BKN LANKY bears Ihe unqualified slamp ,,f approval of his own community. A Few of the Hundreds of CAMDEN Voters Endorsing BEN LANEY ALFUED W. ROSE—Editor Caniden News W. E. PRYOR—Chevrolet Dealer J. R. PUR] FOY—Southwestern Transportation Co. D. W. HARRELL—Harrcll-llnynie Insurance Agency R. J. FRIZZELL—Scc.-Trens. Uiwbcr Local No. 425 WALLACE HURLEY—Owner, Hurley Printing Co. BRUCE STREETT—Attorney OAKLAND HURT—Cashier. Citizen National Bank HOMER L. ANDKRSON—County Superintendent JAMES H. RUMPH—Circuit Clerk O. E. WESTFALL—Municipal Judge H. C. KENNERLY. M. D.—Comity Health Officer Q. R. Haynlc—County Judge J. H. YEAGER—County Clerk HOWARD EAST-011 Business H. K. MASON—Attorney C. M. SIZELAND—Ford Dealer WM. E. S1LHMAN—Sllllman Insurance Agency E. F. JUDD—Mgr.. Coca-Cola Bottling Co. G. S. RUMPH—Real Estate W. J. RISINGER—Mayor City of Camden S. E. PACE—County Treasurer HERJrfAN COOK—Oimchita Grocer Co. MAURICE CAWTHON—Chief of Police J. EA.a,A.UGHAN—Attorney LAWRENCE E. WILSON—Attorney B. T. FOOKS—Pros., Chamber of Commerce A; Grape tie Company C. E. PARKER—Camden Monument Works 0. C. ADAMS—Farmer J. B. JAMESON, SI. D—Physician and Surgeon JOHN L. DEDMAN-Dist. Supt. M. E. Church R. B. THORNTON—Mgr., Dr. Pepper Bottling! Co. i'. J. LEWIS—Agent, St. Louis Sovithweslert,' Railway MRS. LEROY SHARP—Pres. Cleveland Ave. P.-T. A. DK. N. C. SAVERS—Dentist W. R. POOI.E—Mgr., Ouachila R. E. A. C. M. MARTIN—City Attorney R. H. SHADDOCK—Supt., Fairview School C. P. McCASKILLr—Principal. Fairvlew School K W. WIHTESIDE—Supl. Camden Schools J. L. HOLT—Principal Camden Htgh School A. W. TANNER—Pastor of Assembly of God Church W. J. MAY—Mgr,. Ritcliie Grocery Co. CHESTER JOHNSON—Secy. Central Trades Council MATT ROTHERT—Scc.-Tows. C-.unden Furniture Co. C. A. CLIFF—Pres., Ciunden Credit Bureau KENNETH L. SPORE—Pastor, First Methodist Church MRS. PAUL C. REISELT—Pres., Garden Club MRS. FRANK RUSSELL—Pres., Center Street P.-T. A. MRS. BEN KING—Pres. of B. & P. W. W. A. DANIEL—Pres., Rockwell Manufacturing Co. J- D. REYNOLDS—Oil Properties J. W. COAN—Cashier, Merchants ife Planters Bank DR. B. G. RUSSELL-Optomctrlst S. A. THOMPSON, M.D.—Physician and Surgeon H. H, WILSON, D.D.S.-Dcntlst HALTOM BEARDEN—Fanner '• MARVIN RUSSELL—Farmer BEN LANKY CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE;' MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP 1M 8. First Phone 2532 Bring Us Your Beauty Problems Evenings By Appointment Have Fan & Refrigerator Motors Cleaned For Summer. New Location 116 N 1st J. T. (Charlie) Stalcup Phone 2993 or 2538 ^••••••"•^^^"••^•^••••B III/ Continuous Show* Every Day | Bor Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KI.CN I:M a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:3* pjn. Last Time Today 'Rationing' with Wallace Beery anil Slarjoric Sfain Paramount News anil Selecletl Short Subjects Tuesday ROXY Matinees Bat. & Sun. Only Opens each night G:I5; starts 7 Opeoa Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:15 ' Contlnnons Show] Sat. mint Sun. S*rj;atn Night Ercry Nlgbt Kictpt Baturday. No iMie* honored on Soniiy at •he Boxy. Last Time Today 'Souls At Sea' with Gary Cooper and OCOTRC R.ift Fox fCcus and Short Tuesday & Wednesday

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