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   Blytheville Courier News (Newspaper) - March 20, 1943, Blytheville, Arkansas                                TWO BtYTHEVILLE, COURIER NEWS Miss Beck' Announces Plans For Her Wedding Miss Anltn. Pay Beck will be ncd to Second Lieut. Milton Slav- enwn Thuiston of Tayloisville, K C, Thursday, it was an- nounced today. Th'e wedding plans, now com- pleted, will follow tin Interesting series of affairs'- being given lor trie'bride-elect who will'lie joined here early in the week by her' fiance, now .undergoing .training for combat duly at Eglln Field, Fin. The marriage vows will be ex- changed at First Christian Church with1 the Rev. R. S. the iltfs. Miss- Beck, win will be given In marriage by her father, U. M. Beck, jih's chosen Miss Pearl Cnrt- wight of psceola as lier maid of honor I.ient. Robert P. Fortune, of Bly- theville Aflny Air Fifld, will serve as best man... Mary Adah Robinson find Miss Margaret Jane Acton arc to light the tapers. Ushers will be Lieut, Oscar J. Oude and Lieut. Uobert L. Mac- Jlugh, of Blytheville Army Air Field. A program of music fs to be glytri by L. T. Moore Jr., organist, :md Sergt.' Walter Terry, vocalist. Lieutenant Tiiurslon, son ot Dr. 'and Mrs. Asa Tlnirsloji of Tnylors- ville.-N. C., was n .student officer at Bly.thevijlc Army Ah Field prior to receiving hLs wings. Woman's Dub Meeting Held Al The Rustic Inn The Springtime motif was car- ried out at the "Dutch luncheon of the Woman's .Club members Thursday afternoon at the Rustic Inn when 17 were pres- cut nnd for .which Mrs.. F. G. Heicliel served as hostess. Vases of mixed Spring Flowers were arranged the length of the one long table at which the guests were sealed. Place cards decorated the pastel flowers were used. timing the business, presided over by Mrs; C. G. Redman, presi- dent, a letter ot tlmnks, wns read fibm the Crippled Children's H pital, Pine club members for their donation. Hepprls also were, received Iron members of Ihe War Com'miltec in'which Mrs. Charles Ray Ncw- coihlkrejpprtec! ..that JB books been donated to the 'Victory Book Drive; an'd reportee the donation of 10 volumes o "The World's 1000 Best Poems' These hitler volumes were present .cd by Mrs. Redman'personally, ii the name of the club, to Hie Junto, nigh .-School' library. I. Weds ,'PvL Robert L.Kosmalsk .Mrs. Robert L. KosnmLski, wli v.'is before her marriage Nfarch Miss Virginia .Lee icturne today from whe she. has been with her uridegroa their marilnge, solemnized tncichapel of Camp Livingston, la., There arc two sisters In HnUlmorc who nre looking forward to 'lling the men where to gel every street, corner. They nre boll) studying to be street cnr'molormcn and conductors, ml lake it from them, .street ear crews nre born. Louise and Marjoiie Folder enrolled at :i transit company school cveral weeks ago. They hnd to pass a Miff physical exam to net in, nil the (ilsters from Columbus, S. C., have been learning the tricks the'transportation trade'ever since. One of the most awdling passengers, especially If companlcd with a winning smile. Marjorle and Ionise may be able Uct tlic passengers aboard fast- than men conductors. liut the ils have u hard lime trying (o lough and severe with Ihe ones hu stand still nnd form a boot- eek in the front of Die car. "Move forward please" Is the rst phrase they use lo hurry pco- c along. Next, Mnrjorie and Ixndso ive learned, you try "step to the ar plta.se" if that, doesn't work iey just keep repeating it with orcer and deadlier Intonation. However, says Mai'jorie, therels ic big comfort. Vou don't have to ecr a street car. You Just follow ie tracks and control the speed. Over In Africa American women driving across trackless desert bring comfort to the soldiers nt ic front. These volunteer Rod Dross work- is have just been granted the rivilcge of driving 1 cars which carry books, maga- ncs, shaving cream, doughnuts, nd just about anything you can link of to our troops. And even though they'll be wear- ig plain grey uniforms with slacks covernlls. the soldiers will robably think they're the best I'csscd and most beautiful women l the world. For they've seen othingi but heavily veiled Tunis- and Arab women for months nil months. Just talking to an American naii Is a big event in tlm soldiers ivcs, says Rita Hume. Ritn's life ins certainly undergone a big vansformatlon in the last Mary tours nlvfli'lds nnd -limps. Al nighl she parks her Kilcheii-on-wheels beside a rnll- road station and serves doughnuts nonths. For recently she viote sports nnd fnslilons columns or a .Scntllc newspaper. Mary Moen, ol Iowa, Is nnolhci tloops moving up Bits of News Mostly Ptnonal Mr. nnd Mis, Joe Rlk'liis have is their guests at their home, HOI West Ash, their daughters, Mrs. J. R. Ountci mid Mrs. H. P. Alls- man of Houston, Texas, and Mrs. J. M. Moore .of Lufkln, Texas. 1M. Thomas Bopn, Malloned at Mitchell Meld, Long fsland, N. y., 'ias arrived lo be wilh Mrs. Bogan and their daughter, born Tues- day morning at Walls .Hospital, The baby has been named Mnncrva Jo for Mrs. Bosun's mother, jhe late Mrs, Manerva Morris, Private uul coffee to 0 the front. Mrs, Ann Gregory may be over 1 hundred years she IlkSs ler doughnuts and coffee as much is the next person, Nor will she :nrn up her nose nt n porterhouse iteak or n heaping plate of spare, and sauerkraut, Mrs. has just cel- ebrated her 100th has Ived through four wars. And she liopes that when this one .lilngs will br: fixed so that "cv- ryone will live well and happily together." The sprightly old lady Is up ut dawn each morning. She's never Inken any except a Icn- spoon ot sherry or whiskey now ami then. She nllributes her good liealth and hiipplness to lots of activity. "I was always doing she snys, looking back on her long past, "busy nil tlio lime." And .In HIOSG years of activity she's seen clvllivation constantly chunking before'her eyes She made own wax cnndlcs. Then she used kerosene lamps, gas light ntid trav- iKilll rail- Bogiin wns met In Memphis Mrs. sister. Mrs. J. finally electricity. She has cled by river ark and canal stage conch and buggy, by roads, automobile and finally plane. She thinks people arc happier now (him they were because their life has become erusiev and they have a higher standard of living. But, slip continues, they'd lie a lot bctler off if ihey could live at u less frantic, tempo, modern generation snys tile gracious grey eyed lady, lives too fast.. Social Calendar where he is stationed. Tile rites were performed by Chaplain Whetsel.. The bride ..wore .a Spring suit of heavenly blue 'woo! with Nnvy blue accessories and her corsage wns of pink ,carnalions. Mrs. JKpsmalski will continue to be employed at Farmers Bank and Trust, Company for the .present with plans to join Private Kos- inalski when lie is permanently .stationed. The bride was .graduated from Biythcville.' High School. She met Private. Kosmnlskl last Summer when he was vistlng in Blytheville from Detroit, Mich., his liomc. The sail of Mr. and Mrs. John K Kosmalskl of that, city, he Ls in the Signal. Corns of the Army. MONDAY'S EVENTS Woman's Missionary Union, First Bapllst Church, meeting ;in .Circles: Circle C. R. Wiolcn; Ciicle Two, Mrs. J. P. Friend; Cir- cle Mrs. G. V. paws; .elide Circle M. Kc'hrUir, Circle Mrs. T.'R. .Shepherd; Circle Bcvcii, Mrs. Tom W. Jackson. Woman's Missionary Union, Sec- ond Baptist Church, meeting with Miss Mario Harnish, Chicktisawba Avc.. p. in. Woman's Society of Christian Service. First Methodist church, meeting at church, p. in. Woman's Society of Christian Service, Lake Stvcel Methodist, Church, meeting at church, p. m. Three Quads Club meeting with Mrs. William Biaciberry. TUESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Lloyd Stlckmcn entertaining uesday Club. 400 Club meeting with Mrs. Tom labry. Ladies of Lutheran Church mcet- ng at home of Mrs. Robert Biel, :30 p. in. Double G Club meeting wilh Mrs. arris McCalla. Ordei of Easlcrn Star having dutch" supper at Masonic Hall, p. m., In honor of Miss Rnlh Musical S or yice A l; Presbyleriau Church Planned 'Hie special. musical 'program lo he given at '-First Presbyterian' Church tomorrow nlghl will be in the form of n .musical worship service, with Mrs. Dalton C. Fowls-- ton, organist, nnd Staff Sergeant owlston, vocalist, presenting u according to the regular ilirch ritual, For the "Invilnlion to Irs. Powlslon will play nn organ olo. "Third .Eqnnln" Guilmnnt. 'J'hc "Message" will be thrci: VO- al solos presented by Sergeant pwlslon. including "Tomorrow Bnrncs, and daughter, Mrs, Alton Jnggei's, )lc hns n 10-day, furlough. Miss' Pauline Lcc was called to Gates, Twin., last night .because of Hie sei'Joiis of her moth- er. Pvt. Grady .Sims of Jefferson Unrracks, Mo., is the guest of li. W. White for a brief stay.' lie formerly lived nerc. Mr. and Mi's. W. c. Catcs .have gone to Ijittlc Rock for the weckr end where they will be guests of jMrs. Cales' niece. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Segrnves ind Mrs. Segraves' father, 'Iler- iian Cross went to Memphis yes- terday .where Mr. Crpss w.as .nd- milteil ugaln lo Baptist Hospital for treatment. [t He is .slowly re- cuperating -from nn illness with which he was stricken some lime ngo. Mr. and Mrs. Sogrnves re- turned home last night. Mis, Robert E. Lee King, who hns spent Ihe past year nt Chris- tlniisburg, Gainesville, and Cleveland, Miss., arrived last night for an extended visit with her daughter, Mrs. Samuel p. NoiTis, nnd fnmlly. Mr. nnd Mrs. Hugh Nclsor Tompson and son, Morris King who moved to Cleveland, Miss., five months ago, nrrived last night to spend the weekend wilh relative; nnd friends. Their o'her son, Hug! Nelson Jr., who hns been nltend- ing University of Florida, Gaines- ville, returned 19 .Cleveland n midterm to nwnit his call into Ihe Naval Reserve. Mrs. John W. Edwards has re turned from a month's visit will her husband, Corporal Ed wards who Ls .stationed nt the Aloe Armj Air Field, Victoria, Texas. Carl Moody, seninan second das? who is slatloned aboard n ship 01 the Enst coast, arrived Thursday night- for n brief visit wilh rela lives here. Mr. Moody, n formei Courier News carrier boy, has service both East and j Gypsy Smith, evangelist, April 4-J3, much emphasis has been placed on the Dr, Chaslaln fiald, ".We expect H to heller prepare the Training Union members and church membership for Ihe nll-lm-. porlnnt revival.1' Kvjrigdisrn Is Theme "Evangelism" will be the theme for Ihe course of study. With ex- cppllon of Ihe Juniors, every de- partment will study soul winning books. "Bible Heroes" was substi- tuted for the Juniors when the Foul winning book was not avail- able. Gene nnitlelt, new educational director, will be in charge of (he chool, assisted by J. P. Friend, raining Union Dlreclor. The fac- Ity nnd books to be taught arc: cv. L. G. Miller, "Fine Art of xiul B. A. U.; Gene "Winning Others to Young People; Rev. Guy fagee, "Witnessing for. Jn- cimedlales; Mrs, Harold Tilhnan, "Bible Juniors. To (ilvc iM'monstratlur.s The scliopl be .divided inlo our' periods'. Al Ihe members 111 assemble In Ihc main nudl- orium for n 10-mlnule song and myer iierlod before going to the 'rsl 45-tiilnutc class period. At icy will reassemble...in Ihe andl- Marriage Licenses These marriage licenses recently have been issued from the'Blythe ville office of the county com- clerk: Walter Bishop and Miss Beatric McGce, both of Armorel; Will! L-ec' Ray and J. A. Weslon, boll Mo., by Magistrnt Cassidy; John lYanklh Armstrong and Mrs. ifnrthn Cross low, both of Steele. Mo., by Mngls Irate Sylvia Joe Seefo LipsCy of Kcnnell, MO., and Miss Belly Louise Trammel! of Rive Mo., by Magistrate Rslp G. Lawson of Kciser and Miss Loi iic Crump, of Dell, .by the Rev. G Willie E. Dunn am Miss Lillian Hawks, both of Bly- Iheville, by Magistrate T.- Pot- ter, Harold W.. Hpllandsworth of Elylhevlllc nnd ifiss nossle P. Easlman of Handover, 111., by the Hcv. James A. Overholser; C. A. Maglothln of Trumaini and Miss Edilh Powell of Blythevillc by Mag- istrate; Cassidy; Herbert B. Jones nnd Miss Helen Hardy, both of Cardwcll, Mo., by Magistrate Cas- Inyton. Mnple Grove Cemetery Associa- ion mectlnB p.m., with Mis Eallic Ilnbler. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. W. 11. Mlnynrd entertnininr Wednesday Bridge. Club. Wednesday Contract Club meet ng with Mrs. Eugene Dickinson. B and L. Club meeting with Mrs Edgar Cherry. Mrs. Ben Hnrpole cntertainin ADC Club EVENTS Club Eight meeting with Mr. John Cftudlll. Double Four Club meeting wit Mrs. Howard Frlsby. Ttmrsday Contract Club mcel'm with Mr-. Edgar P. Borntn. Mi's. Harry W. Hnines cnterlah ing Mill-Week Club. G. N. Club meeting with Mr Clyde ftldridgc. Mrs. U. Kirshner entertaining Tlwrsday Luncheon Club. Triple Table Club meeting with Mrs. Joe Ramey. omes the Eon" Ambrose, "f ieard a Forest Praying" de- Rose, ml "There Is No Death" O'JIara. For the "Prayer and Meditation" f the service, Mrs. Fowlslon wil lay "Bc.rcpiiusc" Dickinson, coasts. He recently visited his par cuts. Mr. and Mis. B. .W. Moody formerly of. Ulylheville, who ar now living in California.' Mi Moody has been in the Navy fo 10 months. Mrs. W. M. Wood and daugh ters, Margaret Ann and Eiizabctl of I'ontotnc, Miss., are visiting Mi Wood and friends Woo mid Elizabeth arc at (he home o Mr. nnd Mis. L. O. Gill an Margaret Ann .is the guest of ,Car olyn and Mnurecn Nor ris. Baplist Training CHURCH NEWS ClllJitCII OF WE First and Sycamore Slrrels rielclicr Spruce, pasior Sunday School opening exercises, ID Inspiifitlomil service, sermon by the pastor, 11 a.m. N. y. P. S. meeting, Sunday, p.m. Evangelistic service, p.m. Mid-wcel: Prayer Service, Wed- nesday, p.m. Missionary meetings, Wednesday and Friday, Our attendance has been in- creasing each week, both In Sun- day school and preaching scrvics. You nre Invited to worship us In these services. orlum for a demonstration of 'raining Methods. The lass period is scheduled for Mr. Binllelt, assisted by key nembers of Ihc Training Unions, vlll give die following demonstraT ions, (lufine the school: Monday- How-to Elect Officers; 'How to Plan a Program; yVcdncs- address by the Rev. L. G. Miller, pasior of Ihe New liberty Baptist Church; Thursday to Conduct the Weekly Meetings; to Plan mil Put On a Good Social." An .all-Training Union Social, featuring games, songs, stunts, and refreshments will Jiing- the school to an end Friday light. PIl.fJRIM LUTHERAN CHURCH Uth Walnut Sts. Knberl Kiel, pasior services at a.m. Sermon lopic: Have High Text: Ifeb. 4, Sunday School nt a.m. services nl "Shall I Condemn will' be (he subject. .Our quarterly congregational meeting will be held two weeks from tomorrow, 'April 4th. Everyone invited lo attend the services of our church Visitors in the city arc especially welcome. FIKST MF.TIIODIST CHURCH Co.rner Afcin and Seventh jiev. S. B. Wllford, puslpr V a.m. Church School. U. S Branson, snpt. Mr. Waller Popi will teach -the men's Bible clas. for the next two Sundays. Hi subject will be "Looking Towan a Permanent Peace After Vic sun. Worship service. Pas tor's subject: "wiial It Means t Three Of Four Sons Fii Service; Visit Mother In Manila During the past two weeks, Mrs. June Smith of Manila has been a very happy woman. The reason? Three of four sons in the Aimy have been home on a visit. Seigl. James Smith, stationed with Ihc Coast Artillery al Foil MacAilhui. Calif., arrived March J. unexpectedly, on a 12-day fur- lough. Scarcely was the excitement of his arrival past, when Pfc. Roger Smith Jr., .stationed in Pittsburgh, Pa., with the milllary police, came licme, also very unexpectedly. Pri- vate Smith was on 25-day sick leave following an appendicitis operation. On March 11, Pvt. Jeff L. Smith, a third son, was home, having re- ceijcd tin honorable discharge from thtv. Army because he wns over-the 38 year age ''limit. Private1 Smith, who had been wilh Armored Bat- talion, Camp Young, Calif., will go to .Dearborn, Mich., soon lo work In the Ford bomber plant. The youngest son, Pvt. William A. Smith, is in Hilo. Hawaii, with the Const Artillery. Mrs. Smith has two other sons. John W. Smith of Detroit, and Ralph A. Smith of Tyronza, Ark. Special must will he broaden; fcllpwshi Be n Morning service over KLCN. Youth nieotings. p.m. service, Sci man by the pastor. You nre invit ed to .r.ttend the services of th' c'mrch where n welcome awail you. FJKST CHRISTIAN CHURCH anil Sixth Streets ft. S- Baiid, minister Bible .School, -Morning worship, a. m. TV sermon subject will be, "Piinishe for Being Good." This is the liu a series of sermons on tli Beatitudes. Evening worship, p. m. T! theme of the whole service will h "The Bible, Our Guidebook." Everj one is nskcd to bring hLs Bible, ar various members of the congrcgn lion will participate in the servic You are cordially invited to these services. JUST HtllSJUYTEHIAV CHURCH James A, Overholser, minister Sunday School, a. m. Moiniiiti worship a, m. ennon by Chaplain .Julian A', '.fey, of Ihe Blythcville Anny ir Base. KvvnlnK worship p. Music. special service of msle will be presented by Mrs. oroihy W. Fowlslon and Sgt. Dal- in C. Fowlston, find will consist pf and vocal selections. The ublic is cordially Invited to attend. Midweek Service Medncsady m. Choir relicai.sals: Senior, Wednes- ay p. m.; Junior, Friday m. The church provides the place, and fellowship for the of Cod. Have a part in he Christian enteipriss of Hits cnimiinily by attending church iunday. SliCOXI) HAI'TIST At School (icoi'KL' Archer, pastor Suniiay school, 10 a. in. Morning worship. 11 a. m. "tard) Icre Am I, Send Me" linptist Training Union, 7 p. m. Evening worship, 8 p. m, "The Lord's .Supper" We have Jusl closed n weeks raining in B. T. u., with a good it tendance rarji evening. We wcl- omc the public to each service, mil especially welcome arc the Men in the Armed Forces." 1'lltST DAl'TIST CHURCH Walnut aiul Kightii O. .1. CJiasUUn, imslcr Sunday: Bible School, Philip J. Deer iupl. moniing worship. lie to choir. Sermon, "The Lord's Supper" liastor. Baptist Training Onion, ,J P. Friend, director. evening v.'crship. or PcrLsli." Wednesday: Officers and Teachers meet- ing. Mid-week, prayer service. Choir rehearsal. CHRISTIAN SCIKNCK SKKVICKS Woman's Clubhouse W. Main "Mailer" Is subjecl of Ihe Leli son-Sermon which will be read hv all chuichcs" ami Societies of the Church of Christ, Scientist; Sun- day. The Golden Texl is: "It Is the spirit that the flash piofltelh nothing." John Among the cilalions which com- prise Ihe Lesson-Sermon is the following from Ihe Bible: "No man can serve two masters: for either >c will hale Ihe one, and love he olhcr; or else he will hold lo he one, and despise the other. Ye cannot serve God and mammon." Matlhew The Lesson-Sermon also includes .eh' following passages fi'om Ihc Christian Science Icxlbook, "Science and Health wilh Key lo Ihe Mary -Baker Ed- :ly: "The liiree great' verities pf Spirit, omnipotence, omnipresence, omniscience Spirit possessing power, filling all space, constitut- ing all Science contradict. ever, the belief thai matter be actual." p. 100. II I Continuous Shows Every Day Box pffice Opens Show Starts LISTEN TO KLCN a.m. p.m. pjn. Saturday Mulford's' Uwdercovar Man BAl'TIST CHAPEI, Lilly Street Sunday: Bible School, Russell Baugh, Supt. Baptist -Training Union, George Ingram, director. Ic.rcpimsc" Dickinson, 1 T I'rcacliijii; to the Birds" UjllOII WJII and "Clair dc Lime" Kara- Herl-. 'Jlie "Scvlptnrc" will be brought :i song by Sergeant Fowlslon A'ho vlll use the scriptural pnssngcs milled will Saith the "Bill Who Mny Abide the Day of His "For Behold, Darkness Shall Cover the mil "Why Do the Nations so -Por- ously Rage from Han- lel's Mrs. Fowlston will play Handel's 'Second Organ Concerlo" for the 'Benediction and Closing pnrl of .lie program, Both the organ nnd vocal num- ncrs cover a wide variety expect- ed lo interest nil music lovers lo which the public is invited. School on Monday The annual Spring Training School for the Paptlst Training Union of the First "Baptist Church will open Monday night, and con- tinue through Friday, Dr. O. J. Chastain, pastor, .announced.- Wilh advance enrollment report- ed unusually heavy and interest in the Unions increasing, indica- lions point to one of tlie (jre.ale.si. schools In the history .of tho church. The enrollment is expected lo exceed tile 200 .mark. "Just preceding the Spring At The Hoipitals Rlythcvillc Hospital Donald Gene Burris, nt. 1, city Walls Hnsiiilal Mrs. Kntc Bunch, fit. 1, city. Auric Henry, city. '.Mrs. Gossie Scotl, Steelc, Mo. ,.ancy Virginia Trinuie, city. .Mrs. Jack Saliba, city. Mrs. Eugene Osborn, city. Memphis Baptist Hospital Herman Cross, city. Richard Dickinson, Osceoln. C. A. Rogers, Osccola. LAKE STREET MF.TIIODIST ,1. .CHURCH .r llates Sturdy, pasior Clnirchi School, m..Iyeif son Morris, Supt. Morning worship, "Sufficient pastor's ject. Junior fellowship, 0 p. in. Intermediate fellowship, p. in. Evening p. m. Children of pastor's subject. Prayer meeting Wednesday, in. "Paul Before the raster's subject. Everyona is cordially invited lo come and worship in all L of our icrviccs. n. in. sub- CIKIROII OF JMMACUI.ATE CONCEITION The Hcv. J. J. Thompson 'file Kev. Amos II. Endcrlin Sunday Musses at n. m. and a. m. Holy Hour for boys in service, to p. m. Novenn in honor of our Sorrow- ing Molher, Friday, p. m. Weekday Masses at 'a., in. and a n. in. OSCHOLA 1'KNTF.COSTAL East Hale Slreet The Kev. T. L. Lewis, Sundny School, a. Morning worship 11 a. m. Sunday evening evangelistic ser- vices, p. m. Tho public is cordially invited to itU'ml these services and to wor- ship with us. Dragon flies, contiary lo popu- lar belief, do not doctor snakes, [nor do they sew the lips of chil- Itfrpn. Keeping Up With The Men In Service sidy. Sergt. Chafes P. Prazicr and Miss Eva Chafin, both of Blythe- by Magistrate w. p. Hale; Lotlls 'vy. Hnriis; of Madison, Neb., and Miss Oiace Rulli Gray of by the Rev. James A Overholser; Lieut. Melvin Neely "young of Lexington, Va., and Miss Chuichill M. Buck Jr., of Blythe- by Chaplalii Juliaii A'. Llnd- scy; Edgar D. Davis and Mrs. bra KillabVew, both, of JJlytheville; J. Caldwell and Miss Louise both of Blythevllle, Magistrate Cassidy; Dan Frederick Stoncrs of Little Rock and Mrs Evelyn Stowers of Blythevllle, b> Magistrate Casstdy; H. T. Palmer of, Blyrt.eville and Miss Helen Tac- jebCTry of Senath, Mo, by Magis- trate Cawidy. Virgil A. Brrchecn of TAibbock, Texas, nnd Miw Bciilah' J. Siebei'K pf Cape pirardeau. Mo., by (he Kev. O. J. Chastain; Sergt. Wal- lace Welch of Midlothian. III., and Miss Glcnnell Ross of Cam- den, Ark., by Magistrate Cassidy; John nomanchnk Jr.. of liyndora. 'cnn., and Miss Anna Ricclle Shrutn of Marble Hill, Mo., bv "Magistrate Cassidy; Tom W. Browii of Va., and Miss Mary Jutcheiis of Whltlcy, We.sL Va., by he Itev. James A. Ovcrholscr; st Sergt. Jack W. Krick and Miss flaorr.i M. Moore, both of Miami, ria., by Chaplain Julian A. Llnrt- scy; Edward Berry Dyer and Miss Wanda Slaiulford. both of Blythc- ville, by Magistrate Cassidy. Rheumatic heart disease is said to occur more frequently among fair-haired people than among dark-haired Charles A. Wood Jr.. son of Mrs. Wood Sr., who is stationed at the flexible gunnery school at Tyn- dall Field, Panama City. Fin., was graduated from Ihc school March 1G, nnd promoted to the rank of sergeant. Sergeant Wood's wife nd daughter, pally, are making heir home In Blythovilli' for the present. Sergt. clcll Castleman. who Ir, stationed somewhere in Canada, ias been home for a visit..wUh iis .parents, Mr. and Mis. "J. E. Jastleman of Tyronza.' Avk.. for- nerly of Manila. Sergeant Castle- nan's twin brother, Pvt Ell Castle- nan, Is stationed at St. Peters- burn, Fla. The popular names for military aircraft have been officially recog- nlztd by the Anriy and Navy. Negro Soldier In Airica Surprised At Few Negroes A Biythcville Negro soldier is now serving In North Africa, according lo n Idler received by his parents Loyd and Anna Lcc Macklin. The Sergt. Anible Mack- lin, who volunuercd for service in 10-11, was graduated from Harrison School, and writes that his greal- cst surprise wns not finding him- self In North Africa, bill, to find .that .there was snow there .and s ou send out your laundry. I.cl us do H Ihe scientific way thai linens and clolhins looking bcllrr longer. FOR HETTER LAUNDRY DUAUC FOR BKTTJBIJ rnUnC 10 DRY-CLEANING STEAM LAUNDRY f-Ljy, OIMI Zoir.ti EfV Daectei by CHARLES LAKONF Aswcato Reducer, BERNARD W. BURTON A UNIVERSAL PICTURE Paramount News anil Short BOXY Bargain Every NSjhl Kxcept Show Every Night Box Office Opens SUOTVS Sat. and Saturday RUSSELL HAYDEN I Cltf Serial "Overland Mail" Selected Shcrls. Cent. Showing Saliir. (o Sunday and Monday 'Week End In Havana' wilh Alice ray and John Payne Fox News and Sliorls Continuous shelving Sun. 2 fo   

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