The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 5, 1944 · Page 2
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t'AGE TWO* BLYTHEV1LLE (AUK.) COURIER NEWS ;Dr./Mrs. Harvey H. Orr j Complimented At Parties ) - Dr.-and ifrs. Harvey H. Oir Of • Buffalo," W. Va, huve been guests 5 of honor at several Informal al- Jalrs following their arrival here several days ago for a visit with friends. Saturday night they-, were com- plfmented when Mr. giid Mrs. 0. M. Gray, and Mrs. Alice Womack eiiterialned with an al fresco sup-, per party at the Womack home on ' phlckasawba Avenue. Thirty guests attended Ihe affair, when supper was served on the lawn of the home. Out-of-town guests. In addition to br. and Mrs. Orr were Mr. and Mrs. M. A Perils of Lepanto, Ark. . '' ..;•. : ' ; liast'i.nlgiit,Mr. arid:Mrs. S. E. Vail were • host and hostesses to approximately- 34.'-guests following the services'at First Presbyterian Church when Dr. Orr delivered the sermon, which commemorated the 3fUi anniversary of his ministry, \Vhich he began in Blylhcvllle. I Gay Summer flowers were arranged throughout the lower floor of the Vnil home, with a buffet supper served the guests who call- ifd during the evening. , Mrs. Orr again was guest of honor when members of the Executive Board of the Woman's Auxiliary of the church entertained at a 1 o'clock luncheon this afternoon nt the church. '. •, Great-Grandson' Is Born Announcements have been received here of the birth of ,,a son to Mr. and : Mrs. B,-J. Hunt of Old "j Glory, Texas. The baby as born last I Monday at the Hunt home in Old I Glory. I Mrs. Hunt is the former Miss f I?uth Ellen Dolen, daughter of the s late : Thomas Dolen, and granddaughter or Mr. and Mrs. J w Doleri of Bh'tbeville. • • • ! Luncheon Club Entertained Mis-> Marvin Nunn received high score_ prize, nnd Mrs. Jnmes Hill Jr., :>econd ,hlgh in the bridge games played Friday nlteinoon when Mrs. C P.-Tucker was hostess to mem- Ijers of Die Friday Luncheon Club nt lief country home. Cay Summer floweis deWaled the entertaining rooms of the house, and » two course luncheon was served. * * * i C.B.C. Club Members Meet Mrs..R. A. Copelnnd was hostess to members of the C B C. Club and one guest,, Mrs A. Shelby, when she eiitei tallied Friday tvfteiriooii nt her home, which was bright with Summer flowers. Mrs. Paul Bjrum received high score , prize ;7 in the bridge games ( played during- the ntternoon,.-Mrs; w S Langdon had second high and Mrs Lendennie Fowler received . brldgo prl?£. -A dessert, course was served. 1 * • » Coming Event* ' TUESDAY Eouble G Club meeting with Mrs. J. Farrls McCalln. r,a Neuve club meeting with Mrs W. Q. Boy'd. . Mrs.. • J. P. Nolen entertaining Q. N.- B. Club. Mrs; s. P. Martin entertaining BI-Monthly Club. Wcsleyan Service GiiiW of First Methodist Church having social •neetlng at church, 7 o'clock. WEDNESDAY Friendly Seven Club meetin- with Mrs. O. O. Elklns. Mra..J. Parris McCalla entertaining A. D c. Club. THURSDAY Double Four Club meeting with , Mrs. Ray Hall Mrs G.' E Keck entertaining Thursday Contract Club. THURSDAY .Elliott Fletcher Chapter of U. D. C. meeting,for luncheon, 12:30 p.m at home of Mrs Loy Welch. ' Mrs Mafvin Nunn entertaining FndaJ Luncheon Club. FRIDAY Initial club meeting with Mn. Lane Nowell, 400 Club meeting with Mrs. George Jeanne McCutchen Is Bride Of Lieut. Byron Greenway STEELE. Mo., June 5.—The marriage of Miss Jeanne McCutchen, daughter of Df. and Mrs. P. P. Me^ Ciilchen, to Lieut. Byron Greentfay of the Army Air Force, Salinas, Calif., ivas soleirtnlzed Thursday night, 1:30 o'clock, at the Methodist Church, The Rev. Marvin Nlblack, pastor of the church, read the vows In the presence of a large number of guests. The altar was banked with masses of greenery, flanked with floor baskets of white gladioli and branched candelabra In which cathedral ta- pei's burned. Red rosebuds were used to give a touch of color to the scene. Preceding the ceremony n program of music was given Ijy Mrs, O, T. Coll, organist, and Mrs. Newberry Johnson and Mrs, Pole. Peterson, vocalists. During the musical program, the tapers were, lighted by Miss Jacqueline McCutchen of.Mem- phis, a cousin of the bride, nml Miss Marilynn Windsor of Little Rock, a classmate. Both girls wore street-length frocks of white crepe, with shoulder corsages of white rosebuds. Mrs. Bert Wells served as her sister's matron of honor, wearing a dress of coral Imported linen with n corsage of white gardenias. Virginia Lee Hudgens, young cousin of the bride, served as Junior bridesmaid. She wore a quaint floor- length dress of taffeta, and carried a colonial bouquet. The bilcie, given In marriage by her father,; wore a dress of Imported linen In Dresden blue, with a tiny hat of nn\'y blue. Her other accessories were In navy, nnd she carried an orchid on a white prayer book. Stanley Greenwny of Stcele, brother of the bridegroom, served as best mim, while ushers were Pmil McCutchen, n student at Gulf Coast Military Academy, Oulfport, Miss., brother of the bride, and Tom Ray Fritkes of Steele. Immediately following Llie ccre-i motiy, Dr. and Mrs. McOuUhcn en- tertnlncd with a reception at their home. Mixed Summer flowers were arranged throughout the house, while the lace draped refreshment table was centered with a tiered wedding cake, Hanked wllh slender white tapers In crystal candelabra.- Mrs. J. H. McCutchen of Memphis w<xs in charge of the refreshment table,, assisted .by Mrs. Mildred Hudgens of Carulhersvllle and Mrs. Knrbert Hudgens of Steele, Lieutenant and .Mrs. Greenway left Friday night' for Snllnns, Calif., where they will make their home while he Is stationed there as a P-38 pilot., .';.. Mrs. Greenway was graduated from^Lccle hlfjh school and-attended Gulf Park College, Gulfport, Miss., during the post ycnr. Lieutenant Greenway, who Is the ion 'of Barney Greenwny of Hot Springs, Ark., and the late Mrs. rcemvay, was graduated from Jteele high school and attended a nisiness college In Memphis. He ater was employed in Memphis prior to entering' Ihe Army H months ago. Among the out-of-town guests nerc for the wedding were several of .lie bride's classmates at Gulf Park College, Including Miss Anne Berry- lill and Miss Jerry Yeargln, both of Jackson, Term., Miss Mnrlhn Ann Derossltc of Forrest City, Ark. Miss Grace Webb of Memphis, and Mtss Jackie Faust of Benton, Ky Mrs. Jamas L. Hart of Camp Slielby, Miss., Is the former Miss EJIse Walters, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jo e Walters of Blythevllle. Private nnd Mrs. Walters were married May 26 at First Methodist Church. Bride of Soldier At the Hospital} Wall* Hospital Admitted- Mrs. D. M.' Beckett. Cooler, Mo. Mrs. E.-B. Bridge*, city. Oscar Bailey Jr,, city. Mrs; E. A. Moore, city. C. P. Henderson, Holland, Mo. Mrs. I/loyd Tliomns, city. • Will i Davis.'Cooter. Dismissed— Mrs. Elmer Davis, city. Taylor Turner. Oobler, Mo, Mrs. Robert Rice, Stcele, Mo. Dtilln s Banks, city. Blythcvillc, Hospital Admitted— Jackie Baldrldge, city. J. O. Kolwyck, city. Dismissed— Sandra Lou Maness, Tenn. • Mrs. H. Perm enter, Lnxora. Memphis l)ii;>llst Hospital Admitted— J. H. On thing.?, Liixorn. Mrs. Paul Harrison, Joiner. J. E. itaell, Pecun Point. Memphis St. Joseph's lllspH:il Admitted— Kirby, Van Atisdall, Carutiiers vllle, Mo. Rlpley Meetings Members of all troops of the Bly- llieville Girl Scouts will be entertained at the lilt'/. Thenter tonight, 7 o'clock. Bandage Room Closes The Red Cross Surgical Dressing Room will be closed temporarilj until Ihc arrival of this month'; allotment of bandage material, Mrs. B. A..Lynch, chairman, said today The Courier News-will announce Ihc drttn of the reopening of the room. Hale. C. B. C. Club meeting with Mrs J. D. Smith. f t t» rcllcie fiitrm of MOKTM.Y*\ Female Weakness trdlo E. PInthBm's Vegetable Compound ts mado especially tor women to help relievo pcilMio pain with WM)C, nervous, blue reelings—duo to functional monthlj disturbances Taken rcsularlr—lt Ijslpa bultd up resistance osSinst such symptoms Follow label iHrecUons ; Now Open MARTIN'S CAFE ,' Specializing 1 In ; Delicious Steak Dinners ; Real Southern Barbecue Sandwiches—Cold Drinks JJEER ON TAP AND IN BOTTLES JOHN FOSTER, Manager lu «' Mai " ; SUMMER CLASSES In PIANO - ORGAN and VOICE I—Schedules now l*ing arranged Mra. DALTON C. FOWLSTON, B.A,, M.S.ML Former New York Orfanlst and Teacher Write Mrs. Fo»ls(on n W chickasa*b» or PHone 2M9 SENTIMENTS EXPRKSED WITH FLOWERS, FLOWER SHOP Bits of ReWS 'Mostly Eiersonal Mrs. C. S. Stevens returned to er home In Oseeoln lust niglit fol wing n brief visit here with hei on, Colemnn Stevens and Mrs. Stevens. Mrs. Floyd Holcomh of Lawrence, <ans., Ls spending three weeks here s Kiiest of her sister, Mrs, Glenn Ladd and family. Pfc. Daniel J. Walker arrived Sat- irday for a 15-day furlough here with his mother, Mrs. Pear) Walkr and his sister, Mrs. Dave Orlf- infr. Private Walker Is stationed nl Miiroc, Calif., with the Army Air Forces. Mr. and Mrs. c. P. Tucker have as their guests this week, Mrs. Tucker's sister, Mrs. M. li. Cocke ami her young grandson, Jimmy Vllllams, both of Memphis. The Rev. William Saloom, a raduate of Mercer University, Macon, Ga., and now a student at .oulsvlllc Seminary, Ixniisvllle, Ky., is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. A. Shlbley and family. The Rev. vlr. Saloom Is enroule to his home n Maeon to spend Ills Summer wliday. The Delta Delta Delta Club will neet tonight at 8 o'clock ot the ionic of Mrs. M. N. Younf nt 1011 rVest Ifenrn. Lieut. Dick White, who has been at Tucson. Ark., with the Army Air Forces, Is spending a brlsf cave here with his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Floyd White, cnroute lo -tncoln, Nebi'., for reassignment. Mrs. Beatrice Doswell will len\'e this afternoon to spend several lays In Hot Springs. Miss Irene Crowcler Is sp'.-nd'.ng i month's vacation in GnlrasvUIe,- Pl:i., as the guest of her brother, 3apt. Ardcn B. Crowder and family. Her niece, Evelyn Jane Hatcher Is In Hot Springs with her irahdmothcr, Mrs. Ben Green, vhlle her aunt Is .away. Mrs. Polly Matthews, who has jeen critically ill at her home on Park Street, for the past several :lnys, was unimproved today. Mrs. A. R. HaberRorn, the former Miss Elizabeth Baxter, who itts llee:i making her home at Marksvllle, Lit., white Lieutenant [iaberkow was stationed at nearby Burksdale Field, has arrived here to be with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. c. M. Baxter, while her hiis- Ijand is on overseas duty. Mi's. Robert E. Lee Kinff, who hns spent the pnst two months here with her claiifhter, Mrs. Samuel P. Norris and family, left lust n|ght for Cleveland. Miss., for nn extended visit with her daughter, Mrs. Hugh Nelson Thompson and family, and her son, R. Morris MONDAY, JUNK 6, 19<I4 Moves Up ,... ,. .... ,. Vice-Adml. Auljrey W. Fitch, above, recently returned from four years In the Pacilic, ha:; been oppoinlcd deputy chief of naval operations for olr. The post Is Important because it provides the naval air arm with representation on the Navy's top command. Kin? and family. Mrs. E. M. Eaton went to Memphis Saturday to consult her specialist. She plans to be thevc for 10 days. Mrs. J. J. Lcdbettcr of Tucmn, Ariz., arrived Saturday for an extended visit here with her sisters, Mrs. John Durham and Mrs, C. M. Baxter, nnd their families. Mrs. Ledbetter formerly lived In Dlythe- vllle. Morris King Thompson of Cleveland, Miss., spent the weekend here with Gerald Blomcycr and his parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. p. Blomeyer. * Loy B. Eich nnd son, Loy Allen Elch, returned Sfilurdny night froi.i Bueyrus, Ohio,, where they weve called by the death of i\fr. Elm's Mother, Mrs. Anna Eich, who died there Monday. Corp. Marlon Gray, who Is stationed at Klngman Air Field, Klngtmnn, Ariz., arrived Saturday morning to spend his 15-day furlough here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C, M. Gray, ' Mr. nnrt is.v.v, M. A, .PartIs,of Lepnntp, Ark., were the weokcYi'.t wests'of Mr. and Mrs. K. A Hale. I'vt, Cliarlos R. Moore, who is .stationed at Gulfport, Miss., Is spending a brief furlough here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs, Ross Moore. Mrs. Fred McGhee has returned from a five week's vacation spent In MaryvUle, Tenn., where she was the guest of Mr. McGhce'B family, and In Arcadia, La., visl!- ing her iiarcnts, Mr. and Mrs. E. U. Van Hooscr. Out-of-town people who came (luring the weekend because of the funeral services for James Bennett Norris which were held yesterday afternoon.'were Mr. and Mrs. Lcland Morris of Water Valley, Miss,, Dave Palmer of Corinth Miss., Mrs. D. M, Palmer Sr.' nii<l Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Palmer of Memphis, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Nelson Thompson of Cleveland, Miss., Mr. nnd Mrs. Leonard W. Holt Sr, and Mrs. Leonard, W. Holt Jr., and (laughter. Slierly Lee all of East St. Louis, ill. Mr. nnd Mrs. Bert N. Lamli and (heir son and daughter, licit Jr,, and Jean, spent yesterday in Memphis as the guesls 'of Mr. Lamb's brother. E. W. Lamb ;md Mrs. Lamb. Deri Jr., and Jean left last night lor Eupora, Miss., where they will visit their grandparents, after which they will visit other relatives In Mobile, Aln.. and Pon- sacola, Fin. Mr. and Mrs. Lamb were acconipnnied home last night by Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Lamb who were (heir guests for a brief visit. Oscar Bnlley Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Bailey Sr., Is at Walls Hospital, where he Ls undergoing treatment for diphtheria. His condition, nnd thnt of his sister. Brciuln Lee, who also Is confined to the hospital ivilh diphtheria, was very good this morning. Miss Aime Croak, daughter of Mrs. J. E. Crook, a student nt Texas State College for Women, Denton, is spending her between semester vacation on a ranch ut Jacksboi'o, Texas, as the guest of a classmate. Thomas Chancellor of Dumas, Ark., was the weekend guest of ills sister, Mrs. Gus Eberdt and family. Mrs. O. N. Hawkins was called to Morjillcn, Ark., Saturday because of the illness of her father. She was Joined In • Memphis by her daughter, Mrs. F. B. Jones, who went to Morrllton with her. Mrs. Gene Reagan and son, Gene, Jr., spent yesterday in Memphis with her mother, who is a patient at Methodist Hospital. Mr, and Mrs, O. O. Stlres and children spent yesterday in Memphis. 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Used as directed, Puit.v whitens g»j//y-wiih aamtltil action. Safer than iciferior bleaches or extra rubbing. Linens last hnyil. AT YOUR GJOCEC'S ., Pllr.fr. HAS COMIB011I0 ACTIOI1-GENTLC TO COITON5 AND LINEN! Housewives! Storekeepers! WASTE PAPER URGENTLY NEEDED Clip this and paste it in your window! U.S. Victory WASTE PAPER Campaign Mo., spent the weekend here with his wife nnd daughter, who nro visiting Mr. nnd Mrs Gus Ebcrdt and fnmily. Once Fat! Now Has a Model's Figure "I lost 32 Ibs. wear size 14 again" Btllf Rr/nMs, BiooUyn Once 155 Ibi., Misj Reynold) lost weteht weekly vvilli AVDS Vllamtn Candy Reducing Plan. Now sh« has a model's figure. Your experience may or may not be the same but Iry thig easier reducing pfan. Pint llax Mutt Show Results or money back. No exercise. No laxatives. NodtUES. Kat plenty. You don't cut oul mealj, iwialot'^. t-tc., ^-^- {,1 you juit cut tlteni dowvi, S/mt'lf y when you enjoy delicloiii AYl)S bftcrc meall. Only J'J.25 (or 30 days' tujiply. Vlioiic.wtltc KIItBY ISUOS. DHUG STOUES MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP IM 8. FlMt Phone 2532 Bring Us Your Beauty Problems Evenfnjs By Appotntmtnl Hav'e Fan & Refrigerator Motors Cleaned For Summer. New Location 116 N 1st J. T. (Charlie) Stalcap Phone Z993 or 2598 fiuy Gean's SKATING RINK Now Open For Summer 13ig Ten! Now Located Across From Nti-Wiiy Laundry Affernnon and Nile Sessions The Gift Shop Modern nnd Antique Girts COSMETICS BABY GIFTS GREETING CARDS NOVELTIES A Gift For Everybody Inpram Bldg. Phone 2254 MOSS BRYAN '* CoHtinaons Shows Every Day , EOT Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KtCN fe 1:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. i:34 pjn, ™ Last Time Today 'Cry Havoc' willi Ann Solhcrn and Margaret Siillir.ii) Paramount News and Slmrl Tuesday & Wednesday Also, Wall Disney's Cartoon Feature "VfCTOllV THRU AIR POWKU" ROXY MsOnets Sat. & San, Onlr Opens each night KM; starts 1 Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:15 Cmtinaous Shows Sat. and Sim. **rraln Nlfht Every NlRht Exrejrt Biturrtay. 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