The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 2, 1944 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, June 2, 1944
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FRIPAY, JUNE'S, iO'44' BLYTHEVlLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Pryor-Gading Rites Said ^ At Post Chapel Last Night • The marriage of Mrs. Helen Barnes Gadlng, daughter of Mrs; Q. S. Barnes and Hie late Mr. Barnes, to Sergl. Carl P. Prj'or Jr., of Bly- Ihevllle Army Air field, and lii- dlanapolls, Ind., was soleirmlged last night, 8 o'clock, at the post chapel. Chaplain George C. Mans read Ihe rites In Ihe presence of a large group of friends. L. T. Moore Jr., organist, gave a program of prcnuplinl music, preceding tin! entrance of the bridal parly. Mrs. Olio Scrape served as her sister's only attendant. She wore an afternoon frock of black crep'c, with a llclal print In vivid shades, . and a shoulder corsage of rosebuds. 1 The bride wore a'two piece drees of Dresden blue crepe, fashioned with a short sleeved blouse of soft •white lace. Slie wore a small hat of black straw, and a corsage of i>! rosebuds. Mr. Scrape served Sergennl Pi-; as besl man. . Immediately following the ccrc- , mony, a rccepllon was held at the home of the bride's mother on West Walnul slreet. Vases of stalely while lilies were arranged throughout' the lower floor of the Barnes home, while white rosebuds formed an attractive centerpiece for the refreshment table where punch and an assortment ol party foods were served. ''Mrs. William Crllifleld of Osce- ola'i sister of the bride, presided at the refreshment table, assisted by Mrs.'John Miles Miller. • Sergeant and Mrs. Pryor left later in Hie evening for a wedding trip to St. Louis and Indianapolis before ^reluming lo Blytheville: lo make •jlhelr home while lie is stationed at ' Blytheville Army Air Field. S. S. Class Has Party The .Pathfinder's Class of' First Methodist Church met last night ut the church for the regular business and social meeting of tlie montli. During the business session, which was presided over by the class president, Glenn Ladd, merri- bers voted to buy another War Bond tot the'church building fund. During the social hour games and contests were played under the direction of Mrs. Glenn Ladd, with Mrs. T. J. Bailey winner of the "gUess-what" contest Refreshments were served by Ihe hostesses, Mrs. Leonard Johnson, Mrs. T. J. Bailey, Mrs. Vance Henderson and Mrs. P..A. Escarre. • • , • Sergt. Jack Reed Weds Miss Laverne Pepper Announcement was made today of the marriage of Miss Laverne Pepper of Denver. Colo., lo Sergt Jack Reed of Blytheville, who now is stationed at Herbert Smart Aii Field. Macon, Ga. i Tlie marriage was imfctly solemnized at Macon on May 10, with 1 ^uly a few of the most intimate friends ot the couple present. " Mis. Reed wore fore her weddliig a tailored suit of navy blue with white accessories and an orchid corsage. The bride was graduated fro/. Denver high school and later attended business college in that city. Sergeant Reed, the son of Mrs. Lula Reed and the late W. O. Reed, was born and reared in Blytheville where he atlended the public schools. H e enlisted in tlie Army in August 1939. and has been stalion- ed at Lowery Field In Denver until Ills recent transfer to Macon, where > he and his bride now arc making their home. Mis<; Cooper Is Bride Of Pfc. James Wilferd, Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Cooper of Klecle hirt'e announced the marriage of their daughter. Miss Georgia Gail cooper, lo Pfc. James M. Wilferd of Holland, Mo., and A?.mip Robinson, Ark. ' 'The marriage was solemnized Saliirday al the home of Ihe Rev. Harvey T. Kidd, paslor of the First Presbyterian Church, who performed the ceremony. Only at- tendanls were Mrs. Alice Todd and Miss Jackie Jonds. The bride wore a dress of navy blue crepe -with white organdy trim. Her accessories were of black. Mrs. Wilferd was gradualed from Holland high school In 1842, where she received many scholastic honors. For the pnst two years she has been employed as a teacher in the school nt Oak Ridge, Mo. Private Wilferd is the son of Mrs. Lula Wllfcrd of Battle Creek, Mich. He returned lo the United States In February after 22 months of service in the Army in the Alculians. Private alid Mrs. Wilferd plan to make llieir home in Little Rock while lie Is stationed there. Series of Parties Given Corriplirneritiiig Mrs. Gore Mrs. w'i W. Gore of Mfna, Ark., who' arrived several days ago tot- a visit wltli her niece. Mrs. Marlon Williams and family, lias been the inspiration for a Series of Interesting eyents planned for her entertainment. Tuesday night Mr. atid Mrs'.- Wll'- Itairis entertained wllli a dinner parly at their honie-at 130d West Malti, when seven couples' were invited for dinner'"and an evening of Informal entertainment. Wednesday Mrs. Uore spent In, Osceola as the guest of Mrs. Jim-i mV Ward, who entertained with a' dinner party anil bridge l)iat night at Her lionic. yjd's Bay nine home Bunco Club Entertained When Mrs. Robert Wecdman entertained members of the G. N. 15. Club last night al her home, she also Included Mrs. W. E. Cherry and Mrs. Norvlllc llumprey as gltests. Bunco was played during the evciilng,, with high score prize won by Mrs. Byron Nail, low by Mrs Harold Meek, and bunco by Mrs. Yesterday Mrs. Clofe again complimented " ' ' Wortlihigton when Mrs. entertained guests at a" luncheon at; her on clilckosawba AVeiiiie., ' Mrs. Jaines Tomphliis cortipil-' meiited Mrs. Gore'last, nielil with a dinner parly for; nine guests ' at' her country borne iil" : tiurdetUv while. Mrs. E. P.- Fry lias' planned' a Iheater party -In-her honor- for this afternoon. -...'• . " Mr. 'and Mrs. R.. K Blaylock will entertain at dinnerTonight for Mrs. Qbi'c, and.she again wlirbe'gUest' of honor when Mrs. W.- C. Gates is hostess at a luncheon at her, hohip tomorrow afternoon. Mrs. Gore plans to return lo her home - Sunday.. *' *' *• VIrs. joyrier Is Hostess Mrs.'P. B. Joyner, entertaining ihe' Tliiiraday contract Club. yes- lertlay afternoon at her home on West Walnut, also was hostess to three guests, Mrs. E. H. Lnncashlr., Mrs. C. R. Wrotcn timl Mrs. Russell Farr. Bridge was played during the afternoon, with high score prize won by Mrs. H. W. Wylic and second lilgli by Mrs. Henry liu ; |ihfey.i Iced drinks were served during the afternoon, as has become the clulom of the cliib for tlie Summer months. * MidWeek Club Members ' Complimented Yesterday Mrs. R. F. Klrshner and Mrs. 1 B. Gee entertained members of (he Mid-Week Club unfl ' one guest, Mrs. J. H. Elklns..yesterdaj ftfteriiCTn at the Kirshlier hbine on Highway 01 North. Garden folwers were attractively arranged in the Inr'ge living room where a two course luncheon was served at small tables. Bridge was played during ihc afternoon, with high score prize won by Mrs. Aitbrey Conwoy am second high by Mrs.. Harry W Haines. * * + Celebrates Tenth Birthday Mrs. Ralph Nichols entertainec 10 young children yesterday nfler- nooh in honor of her daughter Martha Nichols, who was celebrating her tenth birthday. • The children attended the Rltz Theater and later were- taken to Boium's Drug Store for refreshments of birthday cake' and Ice , . John Tyrone. A sandwich plate wltli lee;l drinks was served! * • * Club, Guests Entertained Miss Frances Little and Mrs. Al- rt K, Taylor were nuests of Mrs. oby Long Wednesday afternoon icn she entertained members ot e A. D. c. Club at her home on avis Avenue. Summer flowers formed n color- 1 background foiv the bridge t;t- es which were arranged in the Ing room. High score prl/e went to Mrs. HOW TO' "KMOW" 1 ASPIRIN Just bo auro to ask for Sti Joseph "Aspirin. There's none .faster, hono a)ranger. Why pay more? World's largea wHcratlOjf. DemandSt. Joseph Aspirin MRS. E. E. STANLEY'S SEWING HOOM NOVV OPEN 6 DAYS WF.ERLY 10 a.m.—IZ nt:; 1 il.m:—S pliti: No Night or Sutiday The Gift Shop Modem and Antlqtie Gift] BAB* GifTS GREETING CARDS NOVELTIES A Gift For Everybody In gram Bid fr. PhoM 22M MOSS BRYAN GUy Ge&n's SKATING RINK Now Open For Sumrtier iiig Tent Now Located Across From' p}u-Way Laundry Afternoon arid Nile Sesatonj SUMMEJR CLASSES in PIANO - ORGAN and VOICE 1—Schedules now being arranged Mrs. DALTON C. FOWLSTON, B.A.* M.B.M, ' Former New York OrgknUt and Teacher Writo Mrs. Foivlslon 1101 Chlckasawba ar Phone 2(H9 SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS, properly designed, are remembered M»ay». Our iJowars are always fresh, and all work U guaranteed to please. Let our expert Designers help you with your floral needs. MJl. Bcrrfea W. Mtrtr Ill Mr* J. M. (Bfafi) WlOiao*, «m«r tMf, nn'iiis Stevenson and .second gh 'lo Mrs./iien Hurpole. A.-'dcsscrl'course was served. • » # 'oiible Four Club Meels flircc sjnesls plnycd bridge willi embers.of Hie UonWe Four club eslercln^ nflertiooh \vlicn Ihcy erd ciitertnliu'd by Mrs. Hoy Ren. Mrs. Victor Slllwcll lind" blub ore among tlie clul) mciiilrcrs, itli Mrs. Tbeoclbre Losan second. I Hun score among the guests wns mull; by Mrs. John Foster. A dessert course wiis served. GiU-sts In addition lo dub mow- jers were Mrs. Foster, Mrs. hay Hall and Mrs. T. J, Barnes. Girl Scout News The Biownto Troop, led bv Mrs, Hubert Grimes and assisted by Mrs, I'oby l«ng. had a "Ply-Up"' ceremony Saturday morning nt (lie Llt- lle House for Brownies • who have become 10 years old and arc eligible lo become Girl Scouts. Tlie iipe ol (he Uimvnles is from seveh to tlO< Members of the troop to VHy'-up" wore Anne Galons, Ann 'Bright Hobble Estes, Wiimlboih mirkley June Norton und Sally Trloschmaii who were- given the Girl Seoul l>li'di>c mid taken up by six Cllr Scouts, Ciwen Littleton, lielly Sear- Irartmgli, Anne Wllford, ' Nancy i Hiinillton. Jackie Esles and Lottli 1 ' Prarl Slilwell. I Giu-sts al Ihe iill'air were Mrs, lildiard Norton and Mis. Ralph McCounell. loaders of the Sudbury Girl Scout troop, Mrs. Cllcnn Ludd. 1 commissioner, Miss lilllle nnrkc, senior scuiil, Mrs. Earl IJucklcy, Mrs. J. A. Galons and Mrs, Joe Trlesch- mnn, mothers of-lln'cu of the "fly- ups." Kcfreshmcnls were served by the Brownie troop. An average- electrle ran^e - contains approximately loo pounds of steel, or about the amounl : required for five unraiul i-llle.s. Bits of NeWs" Mostly, Personal Dr. and Mrs. Jiinu's A. Thompson of l!lrmlnnhiim, Alu., are the eursls of his bi-other, J. L. Thoni|i- soii Jr., and family. Mrs. John Iionit is in Memphis wllli her daughter,. Mrs. 1.. M. r.:u|)<>r, who Ls a palionl al the Mi'lhodlsl H0s|)ltnl tlK-ix 1 , whcra she Is to undergo an oiieinllon, Mr, and Mrs, Lewis C. Updike of Memphis will nrrlvn tomorrow for n clsK with Mrs. Updike's brother, J. b. Tlioui|xson Jr., and family. i Brenila llalley, daughlrr of Mr. and Mr.s, Osciu 1 Hnlluy, Is II) ul Walls Hosiiilal where she Is siiffoilng irom dlphlhci-lti. CondUiou of Mrs. nichard IJlinid IxiiMin Jr., who , Is 111 al Memphis Duptlsl llospllal, Is Ei'onlly improved. Her mother, Mrs, O. W. McCuli'lit'li. Is wllh her, Condition of her Infant sou also Ij sadsfactoiy. Hilly Wilson returned yoslei'diij lo ensile llelulits Military AeniU'inj Li'biinon, Temi.. where lie will ill- lend thi? Slimmer session. A cndel then. 1 during the past school Ic'rm lie hus Ijpen spending a brief vacation here with his parents, Mr. am Mrs. Cliirence Wilson. E. L. Crouch Jr., who is employe! ih a government office In Wash- Inijlon,'D. c;, arrived today for i two weeks vlsll wllli his parents Mr. nnd Mrs. ]•;. I,. Crouch Sr. Mrs. j. Louis cherry Is «i>endlii| fcvernl weeks in Helena us tin Kiiost of hov parents.- > Mrs. J. K Livingston, who un dmveni, a major operation a Memphis liapllst. llospllal several ,'ccks ago, :'wns .'removed Her .omc here yestenltiy. where she is cctipoi'iUlfig. Her colidUlon K vcrV ood. fiir'. Llvlrtg'sl6ft; who lins licch n Mciiiiilila with hcf, bi ! ouglil her ionic. . .. . . Miss fiulli. Barrow and Jliunllc iweiil of 'AlbiWy, On., art the .iiesti of Mr. nno Mrs. L. A. Rob I'son and family at Armorcl, pliici; \Utli a lot large enough j to land on, Seyernl alfllne coinpanles aic pro' tc6tli\|i the hotlcoptet' service. 'the; application for Bl'iu Hieliways 143, 18,135, 25 and «7 from Lepanto to, Hoxle The commission will hold a hearing June u! At the Hospital* ^i'son and family nt Armorcl, (itid ,,,,,,,"' Hosi« illn-i- relallvcs In Dlylhevllle. 'fhby Al liv,, (l ~,, vill be MM W 10 days. Olydo-Robinson, clly. Mi's, cdrl 13. Jlnllcy Ji'., Mrs, 8 G. Mrs - l ' : " 1 ' 1 , lio »Py. Stcclc, 'i-yor and Mr*) U a. Hce.s loll this ilurniiiy for polnls In Floi'ldu wlier,, hey will spond 10 days. Albert, Salibn.. sou of Or. aiiil Mrs, J. A. Sullba, Is spendltin a wok here with his parents before eluriilrig to Loiilslana Slate Unl- •crslty, B'aloll Roilije, where )u> vlll alleml thb Hummur sesulon. He a. junior In the engineering school. Clyde noblifeoh Is umlrVKoIng IreiUinenl at.' Walls Hospital, lie •ir.ibflbly will bo ronflnwl lo the lospltal for .several days. John Tyrone left yeslerdny for I.lttle Hock, where, hiv will allend to bkulnoM fot' a week. Mrs. Ola Wlllford and hor son, ,). W. Wlllford, left last nltlil fur I'alterson, N, J., where Mrs. Willford will spend .several Weeks wltli her dnuBliter. Mrs. u<on Scherev aiiil family, and, where Mr. Wlll- ford will be ' employed In delensi work. - , Mo Mrs. llursliell Dallardj city. Mrs, Roy SiWth.'city. James Munuel, Osccola. Uremia U'O Bailey, clly. Dismissed— HoUblc Lyiili Morrlf!, cily.. Mrs, Carltoh Mlxin, Sleclc, Mo. Blyllicvlllc ilo.sultal dmltled- Mrs. Cnllli 1 Moore, clly, Dismissed-- . Totiiiiile John Lainbeii, city. Kinlo Dell Cherry, clly, Memphis Methuillst Hus|ilbl Mrs, clinrlcs .Cillbcii. Wilson. Mm. L, M. Coopoi', clly. Wou/d Proyidc Helicopter Taxi SorVicc In Arkansas ' t.I'lTliK- DOCK," Jmic" a.'(UI') Application' for , a hellcontcr lax' service by t 'Uio.'Norlh LItlle Uock Trunspnltalloh Company Is mule (ulvlsi'inenl by the Arkinisiis Cor poratlon .Cpminl^lon, Principal owner of llic newlj fornied coiiipa'ny, Frederick U. An dcrs of nelrolt; Mich;, says the roi liiiny would have sub depots In 2 linger cities but would operate lo MARGARET'S BEAUTY fJBOP 1** 8. rtn4 Phont2532 Bring lit Your Beauty Ptobtimt Carrier Seeks Permit Ll'ITLlI HOCK. Juno 3. — D Jasey, ojieriitor of the Llllio Illvcl tiiBcs ut Upiinlo, Thursday ap )lled lo the Corporation Commission for authority lo lease n por-. lion of (lie certificate- previously Issued lo GITIII Southi'i'ii Coaches, lo operate a motor tnuispoiiiilloh line In Arkansas. Homes be would operate over' Include Highways M and 40. Osccola to Wnlilciilnirit; Highway 17, from tilt' Junction of 77 mid -10 lo Miinlln, Have Fan & Refrigerator Motors Cleaned For Summer. KeWLocatiort116N1it J. T. (Ch.rlie) Stalcap PhoiM Z9JJ 6r2S«! SKIN IRRITATIONS of PIMPLES ACNE TETTER ECZEMA Chtck Itching—Burning tlio iinllHO|iti«—CJisy \s'ny wlihriinuiiiKlllni'kiiiHlWIilli! Olhlint'nl. Pniiiloti-rtlioiiliiitf, lo/WMia flcan luf;. l/eo oiily nn dlixi'U'il. Cli<«UMl llnlly wllll Continaou Showi Every D»y . Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts ,2:00 - LI8TKN TO KLON Mam. lilts pm. 4iS* | Last Tlmfe Today 'Riding High 1 : Hllh Dorothy I amour and Dick I'imell .Iriunuiint News & Match of Time • Saturday WILL.AM BOYD •4V: U: Serial:' "/Ytiiskan Mystery" Noi',7: uiiil Short Subject' Con. Showing Snl'day 1:00 to il;fe . Sunday and Monday I'.irAmourti New* dnd Short' Continuous Showing Sun. l:lS id I ROXY Matinees Sat. A SOD. Only V i Opens .each night 6:45; starts ."!> Opens Kunitsj 1:00; Hl»rt» 1:1S - Contlnaotu shows Sat. and Sin. Rargabk Nl(lit Evtrr Nltht Eu«p4 Sllurdiy. No pane* honortd on Snntay |U the tieij. Last Time Today 'Doughboys in Ireland' wllli Kenny Baker and JeiT Doilhell Selected Short Subjects Saturday IRPD CAMUW •X FUZZY KNIGHT Serial, "iiccrel Service ih Africa* and Short. Con, Showing Sat'day 1:00 toll:S« Sunday and Monday Fox News .and rararaounl .Sh'ort' "MEMPHIS BELIE" CoutbiiHHU Showing Sun. 1:15 (4 U

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