The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 30, 1944 · Page 2
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i*AGE TWO BLYTHBViLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Mrs. Gading, To Marry \ Scigt. C. P. Pryof jr. V Announcement was mide .today of Ihe engagement 1 and .approach-' in gmarrlage of Mrs, H*len Birhes Gnding to Sergt C. P. Pr\or Jr, of Dlytheville Army'Air Reid and Indianapolis, Ind. ' The marriage ''will' be": solemnized Thursday night,' 8 o'/clock, at the |Wst chapel, with Chaplain George Marrs performing the rites. A musical, program will be presented .by L: T. Moore; Jr.; organist, Mrs. Otto Scrape Will 'serve as her sister's matron of honor, and Mr. Scrape will be Sergeant'• Fryer's best man , Mrs' Gading, who Is the daughter of- Mrs. G, S. Barnes anci the late Mr. Barnes, his been employed as technician at ihe,.base hospital for the.pasl'sev.eral,months. Sergeant Pryor, wlio ts the son of Mr. nnd Mrs. C. IVPryor Sr.; of Indianapolis,'- Is s with'.the.: medical < division of the 'Army Air Forces, nnd is stationed ,al/~th'e;base-h6s- pital. • • » * Jane Crawford Married In California Ceremony The .marriage of'" Miss Jane Crawford of Torrahce, Calif., formerly of Blytlievllle, to Pvt. r Palmer Nelson of Santa Aim, Calif., has been annouriced.-'by' .her 'parents, Mr. and Mis. 'A. *L. Crawford of Torrance. The' cerercoriy was solemnized May 18 In Long Beach, Calif,, whej! the only attendants were the bride's brother,. Harry Crawford find Mrs. Crawford. Mrs; Nelson was - graduated from Blythevllle high, school In 194!, shortly before'.• the family moved to California to make tlielr home. Private Nelson, wh'b Is the son of Mrs. Lillian Nelson o[ Portland, N. D., Is stationed at Santa Ai)a Air Base. V • .4 Piotestant Women Unite To Form Women's Council •Mrs. James HU1. Jr.. was named president at Ihe newly organized Interdenominational . Couhcel of Church Women at. the fellowship luncheon held by the group yesterday afternoon, 1 o'clock^ at Hotel Noble. Foity-three women, representing five Protestant Churches of the city, attended the^ affair, when churches represented. Included Uie Fust Methodist, Lake Street Methodist, Episcopal, Christian and Mi si Presbyterian. * , Other officers elected af the )neeUug.;.wete Mrs. J. C. Ellis, vice lucsldcnl, Mrs C. M. Gray, secretary. rffidrMrs. J, Louis 'Cherry i treasurer." ' - " ' The deyptioiial was given by Mrs. G W. blllahuiity, who rend scriptural passages pertaining to unity, which was.tbe theme of the meeting. The devotional period was closed wTlh prayer by Mis. Roy Wnlton Mrs. Hill, who had been serving as temporary chairman of the organization, then .introduced the Rev. S B. Wilford, pastor of First Methodist Church and president of the Blytheviue Ministerial Association, who spoke on the needs of an organization of this type, and of the good that could be accomplished by all churches moving forward togethei with Christian attitudes. Mrs Hill told briefly of Dip work that is being done by the national Interdenominational council, which observes three days in each year, the World Day of Prayer, in February, a Fellowship Luncheon in May, and World Community Day, observed on the Friday nearest Armistice Day In November. Mrs.' Hill also appointed a program committee, composed of the presidents of each of the organ Iratlons represented' Mrs. Zal B Harrison, Mrs. \y. U, Green, Mrs. J. C.: Ellis and Mrs. J. D McDowell Plans for financing the council were discussed and will be acted upon later. The Rev. R. S. Balrd, pastor of First Christian Church, was gursfat the meeting Birthday Party Is Given Mrs. Stella Davis entertained 12 children yesterday sfWrnoon complimenting her son, John Wayne Davis, who was celebrating his fifth birthday. The youngsters gathered at the .Pavls home at 6H Pulton Street, tVhore they were served Ice cream ihd cake, before; going to the 'picture show. \Later they were taken to the part/Is for an hour of play, and each child was presented with a inlnta- airplane as a favor, 1 ' ' * Shi) ley Barham To Give Organ Recital Mlsst Shirley Bathsm will be presented \ In an organ recital Thursday night, 8 o'clock, at First Christian 'ci\nrd> by her teacher, Mrs. Dalton fY. Fowlston. ; Miss Sya Grace Joyher "and -Miss Ann Deen will serve as ushers for he affalrj '« which-: the -public Is nvited. > • ..... .•'.•: An organ pupil of Mrs. Ftowlston ? or the past year and a half, -Miss Barham al4o Is outsjanifnjj In ilgh schoolV activities, where -. she recently was Winner 'of the-hl.story nexial presentied by the DlA.B.. Immediately^ following the' recital, Mrs. Fowlslom will .entertain .with a reception at\ her home: at: 1101 Chlckasawbs Avenue, 'honoring ,-her ' pupil. Th e program Khlch will be presented-by Mtss Varham-Is divided into three groupM.' with ihe^ first group to Include '^Toccata and Fugue in D Minor," ilach. The second jump,,made up ar\ three compositions .will be; 1 "Evensong," ''Pasta- rale" arid "Claire cu> -Lime," -while :he third will be trie "Suite Goth- 1 Ique," - BdeUmhh. \ , • ; ' At th* Blydievllle Ho.Vpllal Admitted— ^ Mrs. Torn Pleemah, city. Mrs. Lola Baker, city.' Mai-y Prances Bufo'rd.' I.uxora. O. D. Wyntt, city. '. DlsnUssed— Mrs. Fred Needham, city. Walls Hospital Admitted- -, WDllsih H. Crawford, Holland, Mo Mrs. Paul Strain, Steele, Mo. Mrs. Carlton Mlxon, Steele, Mo. Mrs. O. G. Anderson, city • Taylor Turner, Steele, Mo Mrs. L. E. Old, city. Born to Corp. and .Mrs. Ivle Spann, city, a daughter yesterday Dismissed— Stanley Nelson, city. John Everett, city. Memphis Baptist Hospital AdmltUd— •;• ••'•.-:• '. George Hudson, oily. Jimmy Capps, Osceola. 'Kip' s Guardn the Casli 1 ' : LYNN, Mass. (DPI—A seelhg-eye og nnd his blind masler nre now peratlng a thriving new lunch Yo^' subconsciously move your eyelid^ every s lx seconds. For GOOD cooking and Healthful cooking use a HumKo containt no «nirn«l f»t. It ii • pur», dainty, «H-v«g«t*!)le »hoH OT . ing that cooh bsHtr and U better for you. For your diqoiW, tali*, ute HumKo, the Dainty Cooking F«t," Afo points required! outlier .uncli. business named "kip's e serves tlie food, while Is clog Batches .thfe cash register Leachville Youth CAMP. MATTHEWS, San Diego, Calif.—Marine Pvt, Edgar Alvls Hodges, age, 18, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Hodges, Leachville, Ark., uses a special' training device to study correct nligniiieiit of the sights of his seml-aiitoinntlc ride. Ho Is undergoing intensive marksmanship training as part of his "bqot camp" course at this Marine Corps rllle Instruction camp. U.S. Marine Corps Photo. Bits 0f News 1 f L Personal Mr. nnd Mrs. H. T. Blythe and son, Billy, of Memphis, were the guests Sunday of Mr. Blythe's mother, Mrs. John Blythe, and his sister, Mrs. Prank Geer anrj family. John Willie has arrived home from Keriiper Military Academy, Bobnville, Mo., to spend the Summer here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd A. White. Lieut. John Harp, who received his; wings and commission In the Army Air Forces at George Field; III., last week, is spending a 18- day leave here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Hflrp. He will report ,011. June 10, to Barksdale Field, Shreveport, .Ln. ..Miss Liynnette Tucker will leave Sunday for Oxford, Miss., where she 'will -attend the Summer session at the Diversity there. A student there for the past year, Miss Tucker has been spending several days here with her parents, Mr. arid Mrs. C. P. Tucker, between semesters. Mrs. Emma Nolen has been confined to her home for the past several days because of an eye infection. Miss Betty Jean Hill left this af- ternoon for New York where she' will slitdy voice tor K\X weeks, From' New York Miss Hill will go 'to Blue Hills, Maine, where she will attend the master class of P6yl» 1'MJah for four weeks. Sh« returned last week from Mississippi state College for Women, Columbus, where she has completed her third year of college work. Paul Davis underwent an appendectomy yesterday morning "at Walls Hospital. Miss Willie Nebhut spent the weekend In Memphis as the guest of her sister, Mrs. S. B. Bond and family, Mrs. Virgil Boyd will leave tomorrow morning for Los Angeles, Calif., where she will Join her husband, who is attending a radio school In Los Angeles In connection with his duties with the Navy. Mrs. D. L. Coyd returned yesterday from Flint, Mich., where she wns the guest for two weeks of her daughter, Mrs. Robert' Fnrrlngton, and family. Mrs. O. M. Morgan returned yesterday from a weekend visit in Poplar Blulf with her sister, Mrs. Ester Richardson, nnd family. She was accompanied home by her six-yenr- olc! nephew, Garry Richardson, who will spend the Summer here with Mr. and Mrs. Morgan. Pat Henry, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, A. E. Henry, underwent a tonsillectomy yesterday at Walls Hospital. Her condition today was very good. Mrs. S. P. Orafton ' has returned from a five weeks visit with relatives at New Oil, Greenville, Fort Worth and Dallas, Texas. Mrs. William Dolen will return the last of the week after s three weeks trip to Pocatello, Idaho, and Kansas city, where she was the guest of relatives. Mrs. Luther Lemond of Trenton, Tenn., Is spending this week here as the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Ben Hnrnole, and family. Mr. and Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe and sons, Jlmmle and Jerry, and Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Moon spent Sunday In Dexter, Mo,, as guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Banictt and daughter BJlllc Marie. Mrs. George R. Crockett and her sister, Mrs, Tom Bailey of Kansas City, have returned to Mrs. Crockett'.-; home in Caruthersvllle, JHo., after n visit here as guests of Mrs. Ray Worthlngton and Mrs. T. J. Mahan, Mrs. Earl Rogers has returned from Orange, Texas, where she visited hei- husband, who is employed there. Mrs. Rogers was in Texas for two weeks. Mrs. Edith Vest and son, James, will leave tomorrow for Tucson, Ariz., where they wilt spend several weeks with her sister, Mrs. W B Daugherty. ' Mrs. C. B. Kbne Js spending this week In Anniston Ind., as the guest of relatives. Sergt. Ralph Davis has returned lo liis station nt, Merldnn, Miss., after spending a week here with Ills TUESDAY, MAY 30,1944 Pftreiits, Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Davis. His .slflw, Miss Mary Frances Da- vli, also has returned to her'home In Battle Creek, Mich., following a Visit here with her parents and her brother. Miss Davis l s employed Jn » defense plant In Battle Creek. Mrs. Hunter c. Sims returned to her home here Friday where she will be while captain slms is over, seas. Tile- Sims have been Jn Battle creek, Mich., for tho past several months, where lie was stationed , prior to going to England for service with the Medical Corps of tile Army. Mrs. Sims was accompanied here by her mother.'Mrs C. H. Rich of Moscow, Tenn., who will be her.giiesl for an indefinite visit, and they will he joined the latter part, of the week by Hunter C. Sims, Jr., wlio lias been attending university of Tennessee, Knox- vllle, for the past year. , Miss Dorothy Walker and Miss Leonn Ford spent the weekend in Sikeslon, Mo., as the guests or relative of Mi.is Ford. Dr. and Mrs. Newell a. Jerome relumed last night from a 10-day wedding trip, which they spent at Spring Mill Inn, Mitchell, Ind. They will make their home on Highway 01 South. Mr.s. Jerome Is the former Mtss Margaret Jane Acton. ten, D. 0. Two years ijiter, came affiliated with' thfe'.i ton Post, Washington',;'£>'.' C,, was employed by that newspaper until he returned to Blytheville eight months ago. lie has been employed at Acton Printing Shop, Miss Denfon Honored At Georgia State College Miss Constance Denton has been elected president of the Town Girls Club st the Georgia State College lor Women at Mllledgevllle, Oa. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs W I. Denton of Blytheville, Miss Denton makes her home with her sister, Mrs. Ethel Fairfleld, who teaches in- the Pcabody Laboratory School at Mllledgeville: A former student nt Blythevllle high school, Miss Denton attended Peabody Laboratory School on the GSCW campus, has made the Dean's list, a scholastic distinction at OSCW, has been a Member-of the famous A Capella choir and of the Ma tli Chib. She was vice president or the Town Girls club before her recent election to its highest office. There are more than VCO species of trees growing In North America above-the nio Grande river " Women's RAYON HOSE 51 CUAGE (Very Sheer) Seconds . . . Limit 2 Pairs 72' 95' -J2 GUAGE (In Several Shades) Q4 C & 1 Ai Fine thread. Sheerer lhan most -15 gunge01 I.UI -15 GUAGE (Semi Sheer In Sevcrnl Shades 42 GUAGE (Extra Long) xra ong 1 Ao Several Shndes in sires 9Vi, 10, & 10'/, .... l.llO RAYON MESH HOSE WHITE RAYON HOSE 1.18 1.22 & 1.32 94' A^ Large selection of Misses & Womens 'ANKLETS in Rayon or Cotton— Fine or Heavy Rib. The Family Shoe Store 312W.M»!n Phone 2342 Local Man Buys Interest In Tennessee Newspaper Dave Spencer, win started lib newspaper career 21 years ago-as an apprentice in the composing room of the Courier News, Is now co-owner of a county weekly The Dyer County (Tom.) Herald, which will have Us first edition , under the new management June 15. Mr. Spencer's partner Is o. M Douglass, who has owned the paper tor trie last two years. Offices or the publication are located In Dyersburg. Following the serving- of a two- year apprenticeship with the Courier News, Mr. Spencer was employed on the Steele Enterprise from 1925 until 1931, when he accepted a-portion'with the Govern- nient Printing Oflice In Wahing- Mother'sFfiehil helps 6r/nj*ease and comfort to expectant mothers. M OTHER'S Pin END, ail exquisitely pre- paretl emollient, Is useful In nit condl- _ _ _^___ tlons where a blnnd, mild anodvne massage medium In skin lubrication Is <Je- Blred. One condition in which women lor nioie than 10 years have used It Is an application for massaging the body dur- •l;?,'™* 111 "!??-.- • "-helps keep the sUln «ort and pliable . . . thus avoiding un- neceisary discomfort due to dryneM and tightness. It refreshes ana tones the jkln. An Idtal massage application for the numh tlngline or burning sensations of the skin... for the tired back Mother's Friend 0 , ighly praued by uapra.'many : i!oetflrV nn'd iraca. Juat ask any dniuslst for Motfcer't rjMiil— Ihc skin lubricant. Try H totiiflbt Event* Friendly' Seven Club; Town and Country club meeting with Mrs. R. C. Rose. Club Eight will meet with Mrs. Paul Jobe. A. D. C. Club meeting with Mrs. Toby Long. THURSDAY Mrs. W. L. Horner entertaining Mid Week Club. Thursday Contact club meeting with Mrs. F. B. Joyner. Mrs. Robert Weedman enlertain- G. N. B. Club. Pathfinder Ciass of First Methodist Church having social meet- Ing at church, 8 p. m. Mrs. Roy Rca entertaining Double Four Club. FRIDAY Friday Luncheon Club meeting with Mrs. W. M. McKenzle. Reception at Presbyterian Manse for members of the church nnd friends of the congregation, 8 to 10 p. in, Mrs. B. A. Copelaml entertaining C. B. C. Club. Initial Club meeting with Mrs. Cecil Graves. Mrs. Tom Mabry entertaining 400 CJub. l-adies mule Class of First Meth- Have Fan & Refrigerator Motors Cleaned For Summer. j New Location 116Nlst J. T. (Charlie) Stalcnp Phone 2993 or 2598 WKag) [Sloney Cannot [Buy: A seputation (or square-dealing cannot be * .. ^--». ^- -.- .• *. »• ~ * t boughfwlth money. It can only be earned by many yean o I consistent performance earned our leputatlon by always selling oui i * - -. •. ^j i j diamonds on the basis of tacts ... by giving f', ' * J* .evcfy_cmtomef^3ound value for his money. ><4aur: Ir Takes Just 3 Minutes to Open A Charge Account FITZPATRICK Jewelry Store Announcement It has always been the policy of The Farmers Bank & Trust Company to render every possible service to customers at as low a service charge as possible in keeping with safe and conservative banking. The government has recently issued new rates for the issuing of money- orders at an enormous increase in price. We are giving you herewith the;old and new postal rates together with our charges for the same type of service. Our banks contrib ute to alI classes of taxes and every community enterprise. We feel that all banking transactions should go through the banking channels, therefore we are inviting your attention to the following comparison. Postnl Money Order Rates Our rale for Hnnk Money Orders or Cashier's Checks niii $ .01 to ? 2.50 6c 2.51 to 5.01 to 10.01 to 20.01 to 40.01 to 60.01 to 80.01 to 5.00 10.00 20.00 40.00 60.00. 80.00 . 8c .lie 13c 15c . 18c 20c 100.00. ....... .22c Amounts in excess of $100.00 . New lOc 14c 19c 22c 25c 30c 34c 37c lOc lOc lOc lOc lOc lOc ,.:. ... IOC lOc lOc per hundred The maximum amount for which the Post Office will issue any one Money Order is $100.00, whereas we issue them for any amount and you have no application to fill out. The Farmers Bank & Trust Co. MJS odlst Church meeting at home of Mrs. O. N. Hawkins, with Mrs John Foster as co-hostess, 7:30 p m ; Dorcas Class, first Baptist Church' having business meeting nt ehtircli 2:30 p. m. MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP i« B. First Phone 2532 Bring Us Your Beauty Problems Evening By Appointment Continuous Shows Eyery Day Bor Office Opens 1 :45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCH .«L 12:45 p.m. 4: pra/ Tuesday Selected Shori: Siibjecls Wednesday Thursday and Friday Vis *^ * V M. •-• ^xps^lSC' '• ••' Farimounl News & March of Time ROXY Httbim Sat. & San. Only Opens racli nighi 0:45; starts 7 Opens Snnday 1:00; Starti 1:15 Continuous Shows Sal. and Son, »r*tn Night Every Night Except Saturday. No PUK* honored on HnrHay at the Roiy. Tuesday & Wednesday

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