The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 22, 1945 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, February 22, 1945
Page 5
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HI.YTHEVILLB COU1UEU NEWS Coining Events FRIDAY Iinlial Club iiicctiiiE with Mrs Jack Mnrsh. Woman's Club meeting with Mrs George Lee, 1 |>. in. I'nst Matrons and I'nlroiis Club meeting with Mr, anil Mrs. a us i Eberdt. Bridge Club Rnlcvtainec! Mrs. K. C. Rose entertained members of the Town and Country Club yesterday afternoon at her home at Ro.<d«ml, when she also included Mrs. Edwin Robinson and Mrs, O. E. Keck nmoii" her guests. " UglU refreshments were served during the bridae s'ame.s. in which Mrs. O. W. .McCutclieii rcrtivc-u high score pri/e and Mrs c C Inngston .second high. Bridge Club Enlertained All niembci.s of t)i c Tiiettmi Hrldgt- Club attended the parti, Piven Tuesday afternoon by Mrs Lloyd Stickmcn. who uiitert.-iiiiei «t her home on West Walmi Street. High score prize for the after noon games went to Mrs lilley B Jones, with second high won' bj Mrs. Doyle Henderson. A salnd course was served, Bridge Luncheon Is Given Members of (he Wednesday nridgc Club, together with one guest, Mrs Marvin Robinson, were entertaincc yesterday afternoon Ijy Mrs. Charles Hose nt her home at Rowland. A low how! of Dutch iris and pink carnations formed an attractive centerpiece for Ihe dining table, where a two course luncheon was served Bridge later was played in Hie living room, where vases of tulips and jonquils formed a colorful set- ling for the names. High score prize went to Mrs. W. H. Minyard and second high to Mrs. P. E. rjlack • * * Ullcv-Tcrvy Nuptials Are Meld At Smackover UIXORA, Ark., Feb. 22—Miss Sarah Jane Terry, daughter of Mr and Mrs. W. D. Terry, of Smackover, Ark., been me the bride of Di Eucl IJtley, Sunday marnin» Feb. 18. at ihi! First Baptist Church, Smackover. Tile wedding vows wore solemnized in the presence of a large gathering <>f relatives and friend; with the Rev. Ralph H. Rcasor reading the double ring ceremony before an altar carrying floor baskets of white gladioli against a background of Southern..smilax. A program of nuptial music "was given by Mrs. C. H. Wood, aunt of the bride, of Liixora. Ark. The traditional wcddi-'.s marches were used with l!iu strains of "Are Maria" heard throughout the- ceremony The candles were lighted by u, e bride's only sister. Martha Claire Terry and her cousin, Betty Sue Minim' of Liixora. wearing frocks in complementary shades of rose and aqua. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore an original Eisenberg model of ice blue, crepe with side drapes: Her only ornament \vas n gold heart nixl chain given to her by her father when she was six months old. She carried the white silk embroidered handkerchief used by her maternal grandmother nt her wedding 5S years ago. Her cor- Matinccs Sat. & Sun. Only Opens each night 6:45; starts 7 Opens Sunday 1:00; St.irls 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. anil Sun. Bargain Xiflil livery Night Except Saturday. No passes honored on Sunday at the Koxy. Thursday and Friday Follow the «ilh The liasl Side Kills Selected Short Subjects Continuous Shows Every Day ]iox Office Ojiens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KI.CN- l:00 a.m. li:K p.m. 1:30 p.m. TluirsrlKy <S I-'riday Selected Short Subjccls sage was of orchids. Accessories were in Nnvy blue. Mrs. Robert P. Hobitison, matron of honor, wore imlurul tan cre])e with brown accessories. Her corsage was of gardenias. Armnnd Connell nttemleil Dr. ut- ley as best nun. Ushers were N. T. Rutlcdec mid J. Thomas Doclson, Immedlntely following the ceremony, a wedding breakfast ;vns held In Hie home of Mr. and Mrs J. Thoinns Dodson, The bride's tnble, overlaid wllli a Venetian band made cloth, carried as » centerpiece a Ihrec-llered wedding enke, topjied with a miniature bride nml groom, plnced on a mirror plaque encircled with white carnation and fern. Festoons of silver wedding bells, held by large white taffeta bows, were at the four corners of the table. The couple left in the afternoon for Dallas, Texas, where they will make their home. Ont-of-loivn guests at (he wedding were: Mrs, S. B. Terry, grandmother of the bride. Mrs n T Ballcw, Mrs. J. I. Mifllin. Mrs C 13 Wood. Miss Betty Sue Mlftlln, all of Luxora; Mrs. Joseph S. Dllhi- hunty, of Blythcvillc, Mrs, Mary Bird, of Little Rock; Miss Mary Louise McDaiiicls, of Prcscotl, Ark. Bits of News Mostly Persona! Susan Huffman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Huffman, is visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Dolen, in Memphis. Hugh Tluirmim Atkins, who has just completed his boot training at Great Lakes Naval Training Station, arrived today to spend his leave with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Harnish and family He spent last night In Marlon with his father, Thurman Atkins. Mickey and Richard Shclton, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Shclton, arc recuperating nt-their home after having Ixilh been ill with bronchial pneumonia. II. E. Graham^Sr., is spending his vacation with relatives in Charleston, Mo. Don Brown, sen of the Rev. and Mrs. E. C. Brown, is ill with mumps at the family home on West Ash Street. Mrs. c. R. Pcnn fa ill at her home on Hcarn street, while her son, Charles Jr., is able to be up after having also been ill for several days. Miss Ethel Ooodncr returned last night from O'den, Ark., where "she was'called 10'days-ago by the ill-new of her mother. Jim Saliba of Florence. Ala., ir' 'pending several days her with his' brother Fred Salibn anil family, and his sister, Mtss Sehua Saltba Formerly of Ulythcvllle, Mr. Saliba now ts connected with the adjutant general's office in Florence. Mrs. J, H. Himinhhrev, her tin-lighter, Mrs. c. M. Oliver, mid her •'on, N. j. Humphrey, have returned Iwo dnys while Mrs. J. H. Humphrey was .undergoing examination at n clinic. Mason Day Jr.. student nl Tu . lane Unlvmlly. New Oilcans, under the Navy V-12 program, ,, r . lived today to spend a 10-day leave with his parents Mr. „,** Mrs. Mason Day, n ,,,i llis \ )mlhn . nlk'i- Uiiy n,,,! M,.,. U;1 j, BID Jonlz and j,| s roommate on Cox of Oregon, will arrive iturdny momiiiK from I'nrilue Mi'.!!™ 1 ' 8 i V "I""' 0 thffy nre ••""'Ifnls Ji^'i ,- v Vl2 l»'"!i'-am. Id s end a five-day leave here will, Jontt "-nJc". ' - Mr ' """ Mrs - Wo '"' 1 iJ'i "'* I r l l. JV Mr ail<l S|I ' S - Kobevt Jotit/. of Memphis, who will be here for (lie weekend. .„„• Ii0 " ls Grecno, IM. Ujllv Wilson and Pvt. nob Mlnylock left this mommi; for Camp Ord, Calif., after spending lllcil . , B . (|nv , '_ lough here with the,,- t ' mn ^ "n?nhi Kla n? c'lf colm> . Ictt ' (1 tll( ' ii: . ic'-e they have been since th'eir mductioji last October Mrs. Arthur Vance' of Armorel has returned home after elirhl weeks spent In Ai| ami . n ,, „.„;.' she visited her son. Thad Vam-e elty officer 3-c in the Navy, who "is been In a Naval h 0 .s, )Un i \,, cr ° r. Vance now ha:; been trans' tared to a hospital at Key West" n,e n n't. '" '' C '* lnHlef * oi »« '«at- Heni-rt Wvlie. daughter of M, iul Mrs. H. W. Wylle. is able t, be out again after having been i! for- the past four d.-.vs at the fan, uy home on West Main street Lieut. Col. Gordon c. Wclshon has returned from St. Loiii.s, wlicr he spent the weekend with hi daughter. Miss Mary Wclshon; who is attending Lindcnwood col legc at St. Charles. U B. nuke;-, anprenticc seaman who is convalescing at the Nnva Hospital In Memphis aftci- a year- overseas service, silent Sa(urda\ here with friends. Mr. Haker for' merly was employed al Blythevilh Army Air Field. Lieut. George Syat is in Sai Antonio, Texas, where he is Ink ing a special course of instruction BlytheYille Marine Returns From Pacific Pfc. Buster Victory Jr.. of the Marine Corps, has arrived in tin United Slates after 13 months spen in the South Pacific, according ti a message received by his brother Mrs. fnez Byrd of • Blythcvillc. His brother, J. T. Victory, is stationed at Camp Stoncman, Calif Lnxora Society—Personal New Spring Sweaters Just Arrived PRICES RANGE 95 » to / Hright New Colors to sparkle with shirls and slacks. Slipovers in long, short and sleeveless styles • . . ribbed, coai-slylc cardigans in long and short sleeves . . . Sloppy Joes, too ... Colors and weaves (6 compliment any outfit— they're all 100'.,' wools, loo. Have yours now! Joe Isaacs, Inc Fair Dealings Since 7902 si:uvu:i: Mrs. W. K. Ik'iid was lo ii' Women's Surioly of Chrktlim ^t-rvlce »t IUT hoim; on 'Uicsday nftcriioon. Eleven members were ])i'csciit. Mrs. T. Loin Sltmfonl was a Riu'ht. T)n> progrnin topic, '•Aiiicrlcitn In- ilii'lis." led by Mrs. K. U. iJogiui. wn.s Intruiluceil Ijy Mrs. Klmcr I mil w 10 i;nve n rreiiine of -Jlitj Indian Chief." iiiteriiri'tnlion of (lie 23r«l I'.salni. Mrs-. Wnller llninlley told of Ihe "Mission Seliools for (lie In- uiinis." "llehold, i iinv L . set Bc- liirc 'Mice An Ojieii Dooi-" wiis reviewed by Mrs. W. E. Head. MI'KS Florence ' lUisli presided. During n .socinl-fellowslii)) lioiir, n fiilnd course was served. U1XOIIA UOTAitV Cl.llli The Lusora Roliu-y club ivns nil- (iresKed ni Dieir •l > lnir.s(lny ulijlit mcclhiH by (lie ii,, v . Unuilcy Alll- son. of KOI-I. Worth. TCXIIS. The Kcv. Allison has lipcii cngnged In a revival service at the Luxova 13;i|)tlsl Cliurch for (lie p; 10 days, • « Mrs. ,1. A. McCiuiKhey mid diuigli- fc-i 1 , Mi«s Helen McCuuelwy. ot Klnmnih Falls. Ore., were weekend Biicsls of her sis(cr-in-linv, Mvs. Louis Spaun. nnd her daughter, Mrs. H. 0. Price. Rend Courier News Wnnt Ads. Club Captains At Reece Give Project Reports * '''ft'tliiR of the Rnn Ml clit " * Held 'IMculiiy, with Bl ' ou " ' by nni'i'"' '? 1 ! owlll « cnptntiis giive n 1 ": Hobby woodnrd, pig cap urn. reported eight In Ills croup •»m " Slallln « s . l«°*> "»d cooker iipitn, reported one; llellv .ten rnn ! 1RS> );iU '' lcnl »K '"Hi Cnillllll T, i'\ n> '' ( '" <>rt «' ««»•: Hiwi Pot four ' y cn|>tul "' ''''I' 01111 Miss Cora iff Colemau, horn < emonstratlon «s«,|, gBW '„ „„„ o Wiatlon on making pot Hue, »'« on making biscuits. Keith III! «"'y county a«cnt, discussed ill taskelbnll tournumcnt, '•oil)' noiv members «'"«•» !u|<lc <> the club, Joyce Hundley, illlll Hundley. Jimlor nnyiws and FT,,,, Allen Hood At The Hospitals Ulyllicvlll,- llos|)llill Admitted: Mrs. Leonard Campbell, city Allcen Clark, city. fanner lirlnkley, city. licbecca Jackson Rl.' 2, city Dismissed: Mrs. Alice Kdtiislon, Sleek'. Me Sandra Lone, city. Walls llos|i!(al Admitted: Mrs. AuUlon Smith. Ulboun Mo. Mrs. W. M. McGhec, city. Dismissed: Mollle Jo licaslcy. city. Mrs. John West, city,' Mrs. Graver Johnson anil bubs l.u.vorji. Memphis St. Joseph 1I»S||U;>I Adiuitted: Joe Diinkln. Cniulhersvllle Mo. CIALS 1—White Canton Flannel 2—Cotton Crepe 3—Coton Chambray 4— Muslin Sheets 5—Genuine Irish Linen Double Damask 20-inch Napkins 6—Genuine Bates Percale Pillow Cases 7—Genuine Curity Cheese Cloth 8—White Netting for Kitchen and Bedroom Curtains 9—Beautiful Patterns in Rare Washable SpWn-Raybh • • 10—Genuine Bates Bedspreads 1 I—One Lot White Tea Aprons U~ Complete Assortment Ric- rac y Bias Tape, Laces, Etc. 13—Shelf Oil Cloth 14—Bed Ticking 15—Blue Denim EXTRA SPECIAL! Soft, dainty LONG CLOTH for making boby things ... In two grades. Many oilier "h;ml4o-gel-itenis", sucli ;is 7- sciHsoi-H, boljby pins, airmail envelopes, ntvc Ls, lace.s and (rimming*, receiving- Wankots bwuiliful blouses, slips, all clastic band panties, children's while eutlon lrninin«- pants, baby from nainsook to satin, bnautilul little and big girl'* dresses, eotton mid rayon frocks, boys' long .sleeve sport slm-ts, boys' slack suits, table cloths, feather pillows, m«lal funnels, steel wool, cntlon balls, knife and fork scls, flowered water sets with tea glasses, large glass timiblers. Where else can you find so many scarce items under one roof? And these listed are by no means all—our store is packed full of useful and high class merchandise. Come in and buy all of your household needs. Store Opens Saturday Mornings At 8:30 — Closes 10 P, M. DRY GOODS, NOTIONS and GIFT GOODS 2020 W. Main Phone 949 Temperatures Atlanta ., AllRHKtll .. . Dlriiilnitliani , Charleston .. Cliarlolli) .. C'hullnnoofii , Chicago .. . Clnclniiiitl .. Denver .. Detroit Jacksonville , Tallahassee Kansas C'lly . MiH'on Memphis .. Mlacnl Montgomery . New Orleaks Now York ... Ban Antonio Savannah .. Tampa ,. Wa.shhujlon Dallas Houston ,. Jachson LIMJe l?i>ck , Slircveporl ,. high low .. til -19 01 ia . 'II ,'C!) . 5!) . '15 . (II . :u . KB . ("I . Ill . 70 . 711 , :(7 , tit) . us . KO . lit) Blythcvillc Suitor Is Honor Graduate U. S. NAVAI, Allt STATION Jiieksimvllto. tin., i.vb. 'J| _.sea-' man Mi-si Class William oilti 6|>aclh. Ulylhevllle, Aik., who | s irntiilnir <o hecume a U. S. Naval AlK'ivwmiin, tiriidualcd Ibis week as one of 10 honor students In his rlnss ,,j (!,<. Nllv ,,, Alr C1 , |lmn , s hehool here, it was announced. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Kdwln 1! Kpiiclh, lli ( . IB-yenr-olil Ijlticjuckct previously completed a nt aviation school at Norina». Okln. lie will next ,, m ,, Ull , (tuns In Navy aircraft al Jaeksou- •'i 11 !"!! rl«lH week* of oper- TAGK PIV1 atlonal Irnlnlnu, alter ivhlcli he rccclvo hls " lrci ' cwmiln ' s Siinclli wa.T congrnlululwl nl Bnulunllon by Commander E K Dolm-k, coiiimaiidlnt; officer of llic uunners school, tor lils Jionbr Kvartcs and marksmanship with aerial weapons. lie enlisted In the Navy May 22, IlJ'lJ, Kites Held For Infant Of Local Army Couple Mary Ann Kdml.slcr, daughter of Wf. and Mrs. tJale UdmLstcr, died yesterday afternoon at Blyllicvllle Army Air Field, six hour-, after blith, l-'mieral servlec.s were held this morning at Handy nidge Cemetery by the Hov. 1,. o. Milter, tmstnr of till! New Liberty Church, Condition of the mother, tlm former Miss Miiry oicmi Uodgets of New Liberty comnnmlly, was belieml saltsfuclory t<xliiy, The baby's father, wlioso home Is In Mount Vernon, Ohio, Is Malloned at Iltythevllle Army Air Held. The family residence is nt 522 South 'Lak6. ' \ Besides liei j>aients,'the toby Is *« 1 ' 1vlvc <V,'by B year-old brother, «alc ffobeit Kthnbltr, ' CcW> 'iMucial ilotnc ww In Wilson Man Killed ;: In European Battle rrc./Ira W. Biggs, hujband of Mis. l-'ola ni eg , of Wilson, has ueen killed In tho European thca- ler, the War Depailment has announced. Just Buck Prom Eastern Markets —New Shipments'of ' ' ANTIQUES AND GIFTS Are Arriving Dally—Como In And'Sec Thcml -ii.- ; . The Gift Shop Modern * Antique Olfti MOSS BRYAN B I N G 0 AMERICAN LEGION HUT THURSDAY, FEE: 22--S P. M. PRIZES: Chickens and Other'Food! ,''...,. Admission—35c Sponsored By American Legion Auxiliary Serve America NOW NURSES NEEDED to care /or our wounded! Surely, lunsinr; our wounded back to life and happiness is tlic finest service a girl cnn give her coutilry. Mnny more nurses are urgently needed now . . . ;islc youv local Red Cross today, ;il)oul eligibility. See America Later ARTER Highways will be Happy —bus trips Greyhound's nll-imporlanl'job today is moving manpower—men and women in ' uniform, war workers, millions of essential travelers.' 'Bii't Greyhound ii also, planning ^real ' filings for you iri the pobt-war days and tours on a brand ricw scale of comfort and enjoyment. ' GREYHOUND 10!) N. Dili Greyhound Lines Phone .Ml A LARGE SELECTION OF STATIONERY New Tangce Cake Makeup 1 All ' Shades WHITE & COLORS , - Pursin Ideal tftgl Spring Tonic 6 * Se Ihiilled and sur- prhed o! the beautiful diHerente. looks dnik «, . in Ihc slick. Blends lo (fgfgt.*, a brillinnf nolujol fone. ^-*^^t' , Slays on longer, wilh- ' oul rfiying lips. Ver/ Bottles PERMANENT 79' Qnc-A-Day Multi VITAMINS 60 Capsules CompMe wilh sotna In'grediiTili bud by Ji«avty (hops on CQilly coM wavsi' IONG-IASJINGI -. POND'S SPECIAL Cofd Cream With /AJ FREE Box Face Powder "Uf Everything for Baby! Johnson & Johnson Sots . 50c to 1.79 Cradle Gems ; 1.98 NesHo Boby Hair Treatment. . . . 98c S DRUG STORE Quality Products—Reasonable Prices 221 W. Main y/e Deliver Phone :5Q7,

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