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PAGE FOUfl J»LYTHEVtLt.B. (ARK£COURrER NEWS Jane SheJto*, Society Editor Miss Nemo Burks, J. P. Hollingsworth Exchonge Vows Tlio glow of c;Uhi?rlral tap. ei-s lighted the snnctuarv of the First Methodist Cliurch Saturday nflernoon for the marriage of Miss Xema Burks and John Perry Holtings- worlli. The Kev. Roy I. Bagley officiated at the 3:30 p.m.'nuptial exchange. Thr bride Is the daughter of Mr and Mrs. Erlriie William Burks of Blytheville. Mr. Hollmpm'orth is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hol- Ilnesn-orth of Varbro. A salfn wrapped fern entwined arch stood Immediately behind the prel delu on which the couple knelt for blessing. AS focal point of Interest was a large satin tied basket filled with white gladioli and set beneath the arch. Palm trees marked the outer edge of (lie platform where the wcddiiiR party gathered while immediately in [rout of cnch tree were huckleberry entwined seven branched candelabra, Form' ing the background for the scene were alternately floor baskets filled with white gladioli and wrought iron* candelabra. Pads of white satin centered with flowing bows marked each basket aim candelabra. White satin puffs designated the family pews. Earl Snider. Jr.. presented the program of nre-nnptlal music as fhe guests assembled. For the entry of the wedding parly Lohengrin's Bnrtal Chorus" was sounded while strains of Mendelssohn's "Wedding.* : March" were heard us the bridal couple and party left the sanctuary . Miss Mary Jo Eaton was vocalist . «nd -prcccdmg_lhe ceremony sang Adjudicator Named for Auditions Love -i oil Truly" by Bond, nnd Always by Berlin. As (he couple knelt, for prayer she sani; "The Lord's Prayer" by Malottc. 'Hushed strains of "Always" were heard during the exchange of vows A brown faille suit worn with brpn-n accessories was chosen by Miss Eaton. At her shoulder was pinned yellow rosebuds set in semicircles of matching mallne AKenrtiims In Yellow, rinV Dressed in a suit of cnnarv yellow sharkskin Miss Rosana Clcvc land preceded (he bride and he . father to ihe allar as matrt of honor. The jacket over the pencil slin - skirt was fitted with a small belt She wore n bonnet shaped whlti floral trimmed hat and glistening wrm* accessories. At her shoulder was pinned chartreuse cypripcrltum orchids. Puffs ?' matching mallne and satin heir the-flowers secure. Matron of honor, Mrs. Roland Warrington, sfater of (he bride chose a summer suit fashioned Ir «"m e ° P L^ k Shrirk5k i". Her close iiHing ivhlte hat was encircled In twisted strands of matchine pink »nd green, niack accessories" completed her attire. A colonial bouquet outlined In palest green scalloped mallne was carried by Mrs. Warrington. Pink- rosebuds Md carnations were coni- form the eente? Jor "the bouquet, A ?f r ±±. n . 1i 0 wed rr awa3? r "om M " n gardenias. Leaving on 'rip later In —nii .Mr. and Mrs. John Pcrrj Hollinj;.swnrth southern the weddi]u, Mrs ' — "- »-^t;inii«, i\ Hollingsworlh changed 10 a"suit lanBcrlnc shantung, she chose Black accessories and completed her ensemble win, th c orchid , ro , bridal bonrtiicl. Upon their return the couple will "e at home nt 815 As h street. Out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Green and son. Jimmy and W. B. McAffce of Memphis Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Sanderson nnd sons and Mrs. Lou paync of Joncs- boro. The bride was escorted io the altar by her father, who gave he? fn marriage. She ehose for her from ghC , 05t "" le a Sllit '<"l.foned from white sharkskin. The fitted rte «L h ",lA '> bllt(on lrim »" d tne slim sfcirt flared away to reveal me'/; 0f n'T fl Plnk kid »« " the face _ hat ,va.s of pink straw and bri • re.z e wh ^ te ° rchid set in » rosette and surrounded by bridal ™ es mounted the book. Vied i, -the double backed satin ribbons flowing awav lnto „ pro , uslon ^ s reamers were valley lily. Pllffs of 'h.te mahne dotted the book ', - Mber! Hollingswnrth served his son as best man. Calvin Hollingsworth. brother of (.He groom. Pat Burks brother of the bride and J L. Johnson acted as ushers Reception at Hi, I Hie wedding guests vve re received at a reception at the American Legion Hut immediately following Mrs Burks, mother of the bride selected for the occasion „ dreH with n?\ "' e " hMr m "'P'cn.ented ^Hh pink accessories. Navy blue crepe fashioned the a lernoon gown worn by the mother o tne groom, Mrs. Holllngsworth | h f. cho ^ ""T blue accessories' Both molher 5 pinned purple orchids at their shouMers. fla^H ,^ HS Ol 1vhitc B lafi!oli flanked the lace draped bride's table n-^ri "'^'"Wcti with the tiered wcddvns rake. Tiny pink roses ad- ornr-d ;.he cake and completely en- clrcimg the base were pink carnations set In beds of feathery green- fry. crystal candlesticks' held burning white tapers at either side After Mr. and Mrs. Hollingsworth had cut the first piece of cake with the satin tied knife. Miss Nora Simpson served the guests. Mj« Simpson « nr e a knit frock of pale pink with powder blue accessories A side table held tivm crcenerv encircled punch bouls. Mrs H s Orren of Memphis and Mn 5 La-' vonnt Portlork served the euests punch. Miss Portlock cliosc an afternoon dross of navy b],,e. Mrs Orccn wore a sutt ol navy blue Fn» reception attendants are' each prc- sentr-rt shoulder arrangementj- of Former Residcnl Weds In Alabama Service MOBILE, Ala., April 9. Wj-Jaillcs 6. SaJilm. former adjutant general of Alabama, was married here Saturday night to Miss Ona Mae Clark of Montgomery. The ceremony was at the homc-'of Mrs. Joseph Habeeb. only close friends and relatives of the couple attended. Mr. Snlfba was born in Mt, Lebanon. Syria, and came to this country at the age of nine The family settled nt Blytheville. Ark., He where he was educated. at Montgomery now. Join! Honors Shared At Birthday Parly Barbara Kay Parish. Claudia Leg- sett and Ann Tomllnson shared Joint birthday honors Sunday afternoon at the part.v given In their honor by Mrs. Claude Duncan. Thirty Riicsts attended (lie celc- bratinn marking the third birthdays of the honorees. Mrs. Duncan Is the grandmother of Barbara Kay and Uaiidia and an aunt of Ami. The afternoon was spent Informally in the entertaining room which held spring blossoms. Birthday cake and ice cream were served the guests after which favors of balloons were presented. Pictures were made throughout, the afternoon. Mrs. bcgfiett was assisted by the honoree's mothers. Informal Dance at Club Attended'by 80 Guests Approximately 80 members of the Country Club set attended the informal ladies choice dance Saturday nijtht. The spacious ballroom at I tie club was the scene for the evening's danciuc. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Jeffries, Mr and Mrs. R. A. pnrfer and Mr. and ; Mrs. W .U Hornrr were hosts and hostesses for fhe occasion. Clusters nf spline blossoms topped the mantel and tables ol the room. At The Hospitals Blylhcvllle Hospital Dismissed: Richard Mooring, cilv. Wanda Daniels, Armo'rel. Mrs. Nora Fowler, Steele Mrs. R. V. Oainrs. City Mrs. J. D. .Icfleries, city. Mrs. J. W. Morton and b.ibv Strcle. Walls Hnsp.il.il Dismissed: Mrs. James Gracv, City. Donald Ray l/)n' K . Armorcl Mrs. Molly Childless. Citv Charlcs Phillips, city David Bahn. Ciry. Sandra Wilson. City. Mrs. U Lollcr and babv R! Mrs. n. c. Hoover. City Mre. ,J. E, MrKnlght. Cttv Mrs. Dill Smith. Avmorei' Mrs. Virginia Mayo and babv Mrs. me/ Gray and babv c Mrs. J. ,v. Gloziar. Tyler "'" David Eggcrs, Slccle.' Mrs. Etha Johnson and baby ut •> Dorcas Class Meets at- Church Mrs. S. J. Mi'Dearma;i ,-iiitl Mrs W. O. Maxwell were hostesses Friday afternoon at (he. First Baptist Church lo 13 members of (he Dorms Class for the monthly business and suclal meeting. Spiinfi flowers were set nbout (he entertaining room in which the members were seated Mrs. M. W. Lewis, class president conducted the meeting which opened with )>rnyer nnd a devotional by Mis. Claude Roland. Reports of officers were made nml ^.M In the business portion follow- Prayer by Mrs. Victoria Gilbert adjourned the business discussions A social hour followed. Style Show Theme Is 'Graduation' What the girl high school graduate will be wearinp nc.vt month or graduation ceremonies were modeled Saturday at Montgomery Ward M T e . ^T Br °""' Thc ' mottcls II local high school students, an pcarcd nn » large stage on 111, in.shion floor and in a show window Gladioli and roses adorned (hi stage and window for the occasion Models appearing were. Bcvcrlj ines Doris Bean. Sophie Ann Jean Westbrook. ' ' ' C Art Program D lanned for PTA Mrs. Marvin Nun,,, Jr „.,„ sent a difcnssion and illustrative material for hrr pro s rnm nrc«nta- tion on "ConlcinjMi-ar.v Art" tomorrow afternoon at (he monthly mc-etms of the .senior hish school Parent Teachers Association. Ihe general meeting at 3 p.m. will "" preceded hv an Executive Bo.irrt meeting at. 2:30 p.m.. Mrs . Bulord doting, prc.sldent, announced to- Livesfock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS III April 9. (APi-iUSDAI— Hogs 17nCO: fnuiy active; ISO Ibs up'mostly 1" to IA hietier: lighter wcishts nnd .sows 25 hiph r , : )8n-2.!0 Ibs •>! SO. (55. extreme top 21.7s sparingly- ->lo- 3. citv ' NOTICE Our offices will l, e closed April ]mh, HU,, ,-,„,, !2(h Dr. Milton E. Webb Optometrist Look at the Record PLAY SAFE! For Cleaner Washes! For Cleaner Washdays! For Automatic Washing at it's very best, get a BENDIX Aulfimatic WASHER Isn't H Time You Bought a Bcndix at HUBBARD & HOKE Appliance Co. Mrs. P. T. Baiunan of Newport, Tenn., will be in Blytheville April 23rd through the 26th to hear students at the National Piano Auditions. The auditions will Ixi held In the colonial Room of Hotel Noble. Mrs. Dauman is a Kradua'.r of Sulllns College. Bristol. Va. Slie has altentied Southern Conservntorv of Music. Durham. N.C. and has dene graduate work at Cincinnati Conservatory of Music. She has also taken teacher training courses with John Will/urns, Bernard Wanness, .John Thompson, t.nbunskl, Walter Spry. Bernlce prosl, Maurice numesnil, and Hans Barth. Mrs. Banman has boon Hl=h School Supervisor of Music for tuvnty- flve years and Is state Junior Counselor of the National Federation at Music Clubs In Tennessee. Mrs. Bauman k one of over ISO Judges who are hcarliif: approximately 3n,o<x> young people In over 300 audition renters this spring throughout (lie United states and Cuba. One hundred thirteen piano students from Karle. Joiner, Osccola. Luxora. Parntiould and niyihertlle. Ark. and Holland and Strcle Mo havn registered, for these auditions here In Blythevllle and are now -Mrs. I'. T. Mailman putting t!ie finishing touches on i the three to ten numbers they will ! piny for Mrs. flaiim.in. Regi.iti a-1 lions for this years auditions are closed. SIMPLE DAYTIMER Bits of News ll'loitiu Coming Events Sociol Calendar Mnmluy olr-aners Class of tJie fi!-sl n.-in- sl Church meets at 7:.1o p,m at he home of Mrs. C. L. McWatcrs, Mis. I, L. Hubener hostess at her home for a p.m. meeting of St. rntermcdlnte. he s lnners and senior band members presenting nro- "I™ "t "« "and Mother, meeting at the hljh school nt S p.m Tuesday Friendship N'lpht of the order of the Eastern Star at the Masonic Temple at X p.m. Senior high school PTA meets at the school nt 3 p.m. Executive Board meets at 2:30 p.m. Jn.vce.ltes have 7 p.m. incctine a' the Raxorback. Mrs. Phillips Applebaum and Mrs. Ethel Blackard in charge of arrangements. DAf; has i p.m. luncheon meeting at. Flolp! Noble. Mrs. J C Ellis and .Mrs. Hiram Wylie. hostesses. East Side Garden Club meets . , ? Kn strect Methodist Church at 7:30 p.m. In addition to the regular program will be a display on the modern usage of paint Mrs. Gene Teaford hostess to Tri- lown Club. La Petite has dessert bridge at :ioo ms ai.no-5o; .ino-.iw u,s 202s21.00: inn-no Jbs 30.00-21.00 few at 21.25; I20-MO Ibs 17.00-19.25- 10(1109- "J^ nn " 10 - 25; sows l|0 ° Ib5 rtown 10.2n-ZO.00, few at 2025- hcavi- sows 1B.OO-10.00: stas;s 1400-1650-' boars 12.00-15.00. ' • Catlte I.two, tnh-cs • 70(l . c „ w _ •' t . r "! 1 s t « SO higher: few good steers 3...50-3-I.7R; commercial and qood ™'l crs fl .". ri "»«<! yearllnrjs 31.0034.01): utihly tind commercinl cows ° """*" iuirt " IUcrs the home of Mrs. O. S. Crowd!. Mrs. A. B. Recce entertaining Town and Country Club, Duplicate Bridse Lcamie at the Country Club at 7:30 p.m. Music, Recital of Mrs. Edith Stc- phiirTs pupils at 8 p.m. at the First Methodist church. Fashion Show at Blylheville HI K ii School sponsored by (he Hays Store. Wednesday Mrs. Herman Besharse hostess to Hlcti Two Club. Cm meets at the home of Mrs. W. H. O'Keofc fnr dessert brides Mrs. C. W. Aftlick hostess at" her home for i p.m. luncheon honoring ?^ P !, C , r " D " 'I! PEO Sisterlloori. Delphian Society has 10 am meeting at lintel Nohle. Thursday Suilbury p PA has Fathers' N'rchl at ihe school at 8:00 p.m. Executive Board mcew at 7:so p.m. M : "."«, V T' F McDaniel hostess lo Mld-Week club. Thursday Ronfc entertained at the home of Mrs. Cleo Wren. Mrs. Rill Hawkins entertains with ..osserl bunco honoring Alpha Beta Bunco Club Kibitp.or Club meet.-! with Mrs Harry A. Haines. Thursday Contract meetille at the home of Mrs. Rodney Bannister Duplicate Bridge Leacue mccu'at Hotel Noble at 7:30 p.m. Friday. Ladies Day at Coin-try club 1 p.m. luncheon bridge canasta Mrs. Loy Welch hostess to Friday Contract Club. Saturday Informal srmnrc dance night, at Ihe Counlry club. Dr. and Mrs James C. Guard and Mr. and Mrs' Manin Smjthi Ilosl5 „„,, hostt , Ma5 Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble at 1:30 p.m. Pvt. Jac.lt D. Holmes. Pvt,. Charles Hoy i.utes. Pvt:. j oe Dildine and Pvt. Ellis OunU-r, who are station. e;l nt Camp Gordon, Ga,, were the weekend guest-s of their parents, x Mrs. J. A. Bryant returned this morning from a ten day motor trip with friends through points of Interest In- Texas. They visited San Antonio and Corpus Christ!. Mr. and Mrs. Smith Brack in and son, Smith Taylor and the Rev. and Mrs. Bernard Brackin spent yesterday in Memphis a.s KUCSI.S of their daughter and sister. Mrs. R. L. Topper. Mr. Topper and family Mr. ,, ;K J Mrs. Carl Bryant of Memphis were Sunday guests of Mrs. Bryant's parents. Mr. and Mrs B. s. Slielton. Miw Uiella Barnes, who Is al- tentlin« Ark.im.iA state College. Joncsbmn, was the weekend guest Barnes, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Owens of Metropolis. 111., were Sunday frucils of Mrs Pearl I'.ircs. Mr. Owens Is a nephew of Mrs. Hires'. They were ejirimt; to their home from Mem!)'•'-. Fred Porter. Billy Lane. Howard Hire* and Vernon Bnyd are in \Va- (er Valley, Miss., today to attend the fimor.il service of'H. c. Hoi- combe. Blytheville resident who died yesterday in Memphis Methodist Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Walker Sr «-ere in Little Rock this weekend as the guest of their daughter. Mrs J. n. nenlon and Mr. Drnton. While there Mr. Walter attended the As- scciattona! Mechanical Contractors of Arkansas two day convention at Hotel LaFayctte. K a raid Woods and E. W. Kiibv ol Blytheville will attend the 69th held April 16-S at the Hotel Marlon m Little Rock. Mr. Kirby is a member of the Ark.-msns Trade Relations Committee and Mr. Woods is chairman of District 15 and on the. MONDAT, APRIL g, 8439 12-42 By Sue Burnett At welcome as a May mornlne 1^ this charmingly young dress ~inr General daytime wear that's so easv '° sew. cut all in one piece with drawstring at. ,hj waistline' Whv j turned lost nielil from Linie Rock and Conn-ay where they had ticen since Wednesday. wtin e in Little Rock they attended a Wholesale Orocers' convention, u, Conwav they were the guests of relatives ' Pvt. Thomas Sylvester and his Kliest. Pvt. Vernon Wilson of Birmingham. Ala., were the weekend wests of Pvt. Sylvester's parents. Mi', and Mrs. Raleigh Sylvester Both Pvt. Sylvester and Pvl. \\<i\, on are stationed at Camp ChafTce. Ark Mr and Mrs. u. W, Hasan and daiiRlucr. Rita Mne nt shebbona Jll.. were Ihe weekend guests of Mr' and Mrs. Hollis Moody ami Mr and Mrs. Herman Mays. They .were en route to their home afler a toi;r Jhrmigh Mississippi, Alabama and Louisiana. Miss Mary Jr> Eaton, who Is a student at Hendrix college. Conwav. P.ltlerj, No. H39 , s sew-rite I'MToralert pattern in s ize s 12 H '«. 13. 20; 40 and 42. Size 14' 4"' yawls ot 39-inch. ,, P ° r ! his »»^™. ««<! 25c plus 3L for firsj-clas.s mniliij.?. in COINS •™'' r " aillR ' address. si M desired! S rl ' PA ' rrR RN NUMBER to Sue Binnecl. Courier News. .172 W Quincy Strcc;. Chicago 6 111 qu'mv SP ""* ailtl s »'n'n'«' FAS«IO,\ contains <a pages of new styles: special features; fabric news- American Designer Originals- gift pah-crns printed inside the book. P°» I miss it-send 25 cents today. was the weekend guest of her nar- e u tSl r'r a " d Mrs ' Coad >' Eatl >"Miss Eaton came especially for the marnase of Miss Nema Burks nnd John P. Hollingsworth. Saturday for winch she '.var, vocalist Condition of Mrs, J. c. Burr, who n»s Iwen a patient at University Hospital in Little Rock for the past ten days, is reported as satisfactory She underwent surgery Friday. Slie is In Room .105. Mr. and Mrs. p nll | Mahon wcrB the weekend guests of Mr. Mahon's sister Mrs. Robert. Hawkins, and family at their hime i,, Memphis. Mrs. J. A. Pomroy has returned ONLY $209.95 For This great 1951SHELVADOR! Never before such roominess in a refrigerator —such convenience — at such low cost! Crrvstry'. pirli»iv<t WorVuvrr Orsicn PHI! lu-ico as much IIKK! »'hri<! you w.-int it-in front, in sight, in reach! No stooping clrnr to the HOOT. Frccrer com- p^rtmcnt holds up lo 22 pounds. T*vo "pop-cut" ire mho tr.iv-s. Pla;tir chill Iray for mrntv Rlcclrosavrr Unil is backed by a fivr-ytni WiirrnTily. Cnnio in nnd sre til 11 sre.it Shelvattor Re- frigpialors for 195!! rw MSJCNS ARE COWING i-~ $4 NOW- $4 WEEKLY Dick Osborne Furniture Co. 126 Easf Main Phone 3221 HEMORRHOIDS (PILES) Pakistan Hat Ot Are* amt KARACHI fAP)— While lt> in. dian neighbor pleads for food, Pak- Ulan stlj! has a surplus of both rfc« and wheat, official sources here r»- port. An economic deadlock over th« question of exchange rates— Pakistan refused to devalue its ciirron- cy when India Joined other soft currency countries in a downward revision in 1049-has halted lr»d« between the two neighbors. Official sources said about, 300 000 Ions of rice In Ihe Pakistan province of Bind will tw surplus In tb'« s crop year 1050-51. Most, of this «rlt" i I be consumed In east Pakistan and In Ceylon, of » similar quantity d»- clared surplus in 1549-50 about 50,000 tons are still in Karachlt awaft- ine disposal. Approximately 175,000 tons- nt surplus wheat ha.s been repotted from Punjab, most of it from har- vesl* which under normal conditions would be sold to Indl*. Sleep LOJJ Is Major Cause of Accident! CHICAGO (Ap)-An extra hour of sleep may mean the difference between » traffic accident anrt * safe trip, says Dr. W. A. Esgert. chief psychologist for the Kemper nsurance Group, Dr. Eggert has shown In a survey hat a driver who sleeps seven )onr,s or less n night is inviting rouble. On the other hand, hrs re- Mreh imiicnles that (he accident rce driver averages eight hours or nore sleep per night. His findings vere. based on a year-long study of ndustrial drivers. For convenience In caring for •our clothes, try having a drop-leaf ronlnp board installed on your clo- et door. There will be no excuse hen for not attending lo rumples pon the sj>ot. her home In Memphis aXtcr pending a week here as guest of er sister. Mrs. E. M, Eaton, who as been ill. MIS. Eaton's condt- ion Is rejwrtcd as Improved. Mrs. E. R. Mnson and Mrs. Harry .'. Haines were In Columbus. Miss.. 11s weekend where they attended ic Pilgrimage. They left Blythe- ille Friday morning. Mr.-and Mrs. R. c.~ Colclnan hava s their guest their son. Seaman •obby Coleman. who Is serving with ie Navy at San Diego. Calif. WE REPAIR Radios, refrigerators, frcezern. rangts, crashers, imall appll mcfs. All work guaranteed. ADAMS APPLIANCE CO, "fittle angel" sun dress Sweetest dress this side of Heaven! In ever-crisp Bate* pico!.iy with laccy angel wing ruffles, puff- Out skirt. Matlcte.xcd to "grove" as she grows. 2 to 6 (with panties att.iclicd) 7.95 7 to 14, 10.95 Whitsitt's LaBelle Shop Listen to KLCN af 10:10 a.m. and ,,.„„ , nr'r ' V ^ r ° 1 "" ' )ro K ram announcements fex Office Opens nt I:l5-Show Starts 2-00 PM Bos Office Phone 2752 _ Office Phone ' CONTINUOUS SHOWING Bud 9 Abbon Lou Coirello rr "Meet fhe Invisible Man "(In Nancy Guild & Adele Jergens Also I'Hramounl News & -Selected Shorts " Tuesday & Wednesday MORGAN Raton Pass" iisl Times Tndav KKM tfjlt.ltl Canyon . c..-,IECHIttCOlOII Also Selected Short Subjects — __ Box Office Opens 6:30 Show Sfqrts * m •- p.m. -^"""•i—— Tuesday' * Wednesday DOUBLE'FEATURE ' Metro News Selected Shorts toulsa mm (tfli —PLUS— 'SEVEN DOORS TO DEATH" n-ilh Chuck Chandler

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