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TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, AP1UL 27, 10-16 Ion£ "George Married In 'Ceremony Yesterday Mfes lone George, daughter of Mr. ,a»d Mrs. M. George, beoniiio the fcrlde of Aiirew Moses ol Roan- oke.J Va., yesterday "morning, 1C' o'clock, lu n ceremony at the rcc- toryfot the Church of the Irmracn- )ate>Conce|)lion. Ttle Hev, Paul Bujarskl, assistant ptistjr, officiated. TSe bride's - maid of honor wns her Ulster, Miss Edilli Geoige. und Frmjk Moses, of Ronnoke. wns Ills brother's best man, TliiJjrid.«- wore.a two-piece grey wool* Mangruin model suit with a 1 Mildred Tale Bride Of l.onnie L. Bryant In'n ceremony Thursday nlsihl nt the R. Scott Bnlrd home, Mlsw Mildred Tale, daughter of Thomas M. Tale and New Album 1 , Miss., and the late Mrs. Tate, became the bride of lonuie L. Bryanl Jr., son cf Mv. nud Mrs. !.. L. Bryant, also of New Albany. The Rev. Mr. tyalrd, pastor of Kjrst Christian Churcli. ofllciateil. Miss Tate Is the niece of Mrs. G. W. Moore of BlyUicvllle and n sister, Mi's. Paul Palmer, also resides hero. Miss Mei-lls Monrc served the ihintslone studded bell and mutch- I bride as maid of honor and Kar- Ing piones adorning the coat. Her s i,.y /Ufoid was the bridegroom's smnli' felt hat wns a grey to match bc.st man. other accessories and she pinned -r-i, 0 brUlo wore a suit of blue 1 Q pfirple orchid corsage at her (. r . u . w [th a corsngc of 'deep red shoiider. jrosp bints. Her accessories were in H#r maid of honor wore a dress black. cf rgelon wool crepe with a cor- Mtes Moore's suit was blue Mill sage, of white roses. Her accessories 1 ,, corsage ol rose buds pinned nt v.'cru.ln black.. ' ' I her shoulder .ind black accessories. Tile wedding 1 wns announced last f\ w i,ridc attended school In nielv. 0 o'clock, at a dinner nt Uie N CW Athany nnd now Is employed home of the bride's parents. H0j : ,i (| le ncsoto Station in Memphis. Kast? Kentucky.'" Mr. Bryant was graduated from Tile table was covered with n Hifc'li School in New Albany and mndtria cloth and centered with I attended Mississippi State College Fellowship Luncheon Is Planned Here By Council of Church Women Women of all churches, who have banded here in onjanl/atlon of :, Council of Church Women, will climax their second year's activities Friday with a Fellowship Luncheon meeting at Hotel Noble, In «'!(•• Hi-all.),, of May Fellowship Day. This council, open to women of - r SM l ° IT," ^ l !" 1( i"-","V 11 nnoZec 1, te S W •JR - ^n to bepoputar price. ft ill be rol lowed by a program on ••The Families In Our Town." which ,,, Is being observed ihroiighoitt the ' } Vorkl D " y '" Untied States and In other parts ot They are: Mrs. J, c. Ellis, president; Mrs. a, W. Dillahunty, first vice president: Mrs. J. Louis'Cherry, .second vice president; Mis. W. I. Denton, secretary; Mrs. W. 1,. Green, ti easni'er. Since the Broup was formed lie-re two years a«o, ut l]n; same lime i similar groups organi/ed in other cities an<l towns, several .ins have- heen observe al] church women of CHURCH NEWS •I'FJill'LK ISKAKI. Dr. Alfred Vise, Itablil Woman's (.'Inh Sunday .School. 10 a.m. CUdllCH Ol-' CIIHIST K. W. Slovull, pastor Bible <;liiss. t):OU a.m. M.lining Worship, lu:. r )0 a.m. Kvrniti!; Worship. 7-.:ii) j>,m. Mnl-SVi-r!k Ulbh' Class. 7:30 p.m. ciiritcn Sixdi and Walnut Churdi rtitlitjol, E(:30 am, II.,!) Cuiiimunion Service, 11 a.m. Mid-week 7:45 p.m. service, Wednesday, CHURCH Ral "1,7 Mcl.esler, pastor Churcli School, 10 a.m. Mrs. W. A. liollingswortli. superintendent. Mornlni; Worshi]). 11 a.m. .... . n ' s ''» an (Jirangemcnl'of white roses. The prior to entering service. There Ins homi w:is, di'cnrnted with a profu- ! hecamc a member of Sigma Phi Epsl Ion Fraternity. ICaving received his discharge atlcr returning from overseas last month, he served with the Ninth Air Force 28 months In England «» rt Germany. He now Is employed In Sandra LOUR Is leadlna In filontof roses in various shades. THosc present at th e dinner'were immediate rniqlly members at\d oul- of-tqM-n relatives,.. These included Enim Ferris' of Rcia.nokc; Mrs:. ; Ai-- min'ShnKtii-'of l-os Aneelc-s, Calif.: Mr. }md Mrs. Joe Saliba and fani- . Memphis, ily jof Dflthaii, 'Ala.;, Mrs.. Mose' Mr- »»<! Mrs. Bryant ' Sallfta nod Miss Sara Nasser, also I'ldr home in Memphis, of ricthnif; Mfs! G. M. Saliba and ' " ch.iries saiiba, both of i.epanto Sandra Lone, Leads and' Mr. -aiicT Mrs. Eddie SnllUa of •' Wichita Falls. Texas. t llCKCl Sale KaC.C Mr^hnrT"Mrs. Moses left for a' wedding.'iriifjiiimi'dlalely niter Hie dinner: <*"'"•;•-"••>-* -• PqJlBWlnt;" their "return there is lo be ;i formal reception Monday niclrt at Hie home of Hie bride's parobils. ^ • V « Mugheg^Are Honored Apiong the affairs duvlntj the |,asl wecfc was a dtniler party Monday nlglit nt the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Geot-EO'jShR»>ks; complimenting Mr. nndi'Mrs. Wilson HilBhes of St. Jniltes, Mo. : ' • Covered with a lace cloth, the tnbft was centered *'llh roses and bnrolng candles. Uoses and mock orasgc blossonis decorated eiiler- laiiting conrtis. > ( • ,'• Mi-, and f^Irsr Hugtips have no-.v retih-n;d to their home utter visiting Vert w".th his Klstev, Mrs. Shanks vand*(amfiy. aiid'iiiotlicr. Mrs. C. M. Hughes. make included observance ol L-I- and ilic World | community Day and comnnmiiv the world. 1 projects have emphasized Overseas i Mrs. James Hill Jr president t 1 '''' t ' 1 ' lnctllclin B sendlnt; of blanket^ since tllc Broiij) wns formed, is lo bo " lul llos l' 1 '" 1 supplies to France and succeeded In the new council year's makini; of garments for the Phllip- work by otTicers recently elected, pine relief. I'KO.MISi'l) I.ANII .Ml-TlltmiST CIIDKCH H:i>- L. Mel. ester, jiastor Cli'irch School, 10 a.m. Marcir. I Qaitu-s. superintendent. Yrjutli l-'elliiwship, U:30 p.m. Mrs. Felix Hill. s])onsor. Prc:ichitiK service, 7:30 p.m. Miss Piirtle Reviews Book Al Woman's Club lo be presented Mav 3 by Illythcville Choral Society. Students in Hluh School. Junior IliBli School and Grade. Schools are selling tickets. The student wh;i sells liic most tickets will be award ed a 525 War Homi Mrs. Charles Pcnii, president tif the society, announced that several new committees hart been appointed. O. H. Knudscn and Wilson Henry will make up the auditing committee and Hie. enterlainins <-<>rn- mitlee will be composed of Mrs. Ebb Carson and Mrs. Charles L. Wyllu. Nominating committee Is made up of Mrs. Wilson Henry. Mi's. Wyllc and Mrs. Dale Shatter lirlnt'.s. The society is to meet Monday night. N o'clock, at the City Hall Auditorium for rchearsnl. Mrs. Barnes Hostess To Double Four Club Mrs. T. J. Barnes was hostess I Thursday afternoon with a pnrly i 'if- 1 .."'.. ! for members of Double yam Bridge Mrs. Baker -Wilson entertained du\) members 'flf -.VKedneFday - Bridge! "Tllc River Road" by l-Yimols Parkinson Keycs was reviewed by Miss Delia Pili'lU- ycslp'Klny a't the Woman's Club meeting nl the chit) house. This is the story of three (jene- ratlons of families who lived on the "river road" between Balon Houue and New Orleans. Mrs. R. c. Allen played two violin solos, "Adagio PaUictlque" by Benjamin Ciodard. and "Clalr do Lune" by Claud Debussy. Site was nccompanled by Mrs. John CiUtdlll. The Woman's Club liouse was decorated with mixed Sprlns; ftow- Vrs of roses, peonies and Irises. A pink rose bud was placed on euch . icket selllnt; contest fo, the concert , l ^ (|whe11 a tlCsKelt ° <>l "™ was Bits of News Mostly Personal Hcstcsses were Mrs. n, A. BUCK, Mrs. Roy Woods and Miss Cora Lee Coiemau. The next incetlnf Is to be May " 'J4 when Mrs, IS. B. Gee will present I a program on pnelry. Mrs/BafeWils6n : Her Club, Guest ' ers flf -. Clui and '?one""pther s'uest, '. Hatty W. ftaihes. with a luiK nt {ier '. At The Hospital* city. 3, cily. Mrs. When bridge was plnyeri, score prize went to Mrs. Don Edwards and second to Mrs. Ed Cook. Low score prize was awarded Mrs, Joe Hamby. The hostess served n dessert course, v Will Have Recital Spring flowers in cffer.llvc aVrangements.. formed a setting for 'the group and a crystal bowt of roses centered the dining room tablp where'lOnchcon wns served W/ien bridge . was played, high scorb prize went to Mrs. W. H. Mlnynrd sfh'l second to Mrs Harry Iflrby. Mrs. Copeland Hostess TojFvJendly Rook Club Mj's. R. A. Copclnnd was hosics-'i Thwsdn'y-nfterooou to members of Ann Mallory, Jerry Lowe. Paye 'i'cr- the'Friendly Rook Club and three ctntjr'guegts, Mrs- Alex Shelby, Mrs. Grower "wren and Miss Bcndonna Huey. ECuquets o; roses, peonies ami honeysuckle ilecoratcd the home. WJicn rook .was played, high score prizt went to Miv;. Neville, Blake- lllyllirvillr Hospital Admitted: Edna Wilson, city. Martha Rlley, Itoiite 1. Mrs. W. J. Scott, Route Emmctt Davis. Armorel. Leslie Davis. Armorel. Carl I\'ey. Armorel. Mrs. Chester Jmues, CarkUhers- vllie. Mo. Mrs. M. c. Cullison, city. Mrs. Jack Adams. Tomato.. VJorn to Mr. and Mrs. Holland Akins. city, a son this morning. Dismissed: Mrs. "Bud" Worttmm and baby, Manila. Charles Sanders, city. Walls liosiiilal Admitted: Kuin Sv:ufford, Stcele. Mo. Dorothy Lou u-imberl. cily. Kriiestinc Users', city. KIIRVIIC Wardlow. Dell. Dismissed: Willis Jones. Slecle. Mo. Memphis Metlnxtist Hospital Admitted: John Douglas. Osceola. Mrs. Stella Davis and Mrs. Glenn Khiiiuyun spent. Tuesday and Frl- <iay in Memphis on business. Mrs. Bill Hudolph of Maiden, Mo., Ls .'ijii-tHliilj; the weekend here wltli Mr. and Mrs. Clnlr Miller. coi'tjc Wesley Moore 'arrived home ye.slerday morning 10 be with his mother, Mrs. Marguerite Moore, and Brother. Shci-rill. following his tlischarge fi'om the Navy at Shoemaker, Calif. Everett Croslow has returned to lilythevtlle following his release from active duty in the Army. He lins just returned from Japan. Mr. nnd Mrs. K. F. Blomeycr have as their guests Mr. nnd Mr.-,. V. K. Bolus of Hobnrt. Ind. They avrlvc'd yesterday and plan to remain next week. Mrs. M. C. Cullison lias been admitted to Blytheville Hospital for treatment. Her condition i.s sutisfiictory. Mrs. A. L. Webb nnd Miss Anne Porter Travis, of Osccola, were i:i niytheville Tuesday for the. wcd- dlnt! of Miss Tonmiye Dean Hatcher and Lieut. Robert Pate Taylor. Condition of Mrs. H. L. Halscll Jr., critically ill at, Dlytheville Hospital, remained unchanged today. ASSK-SIHl.V OF GOD C'lUKCH [.. C. Itamsey, pastor Eunrliiy Hehool, 9:45 a.m. Miirning Worship, n a.m. Christ Ambassador services. fi:a p.m. Children's Church, 0:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service. 7:30 p.m. flUST CIIIIISTIAN ( Ill'ltCII | It. S. Unint, pastor Chutrh Sftui()l, < J:-l. r ) a.m. Morning Worship, 10:55 a.m. Christian Youth Fellowship, -t : D.m. Evening Fellowship, with religion:!; motion picture, 7:30 p.m. ] CAI.VAKV HAI'TIST <'IHIIU II J I*. M. .lemiKaii, pastor ! Sunday School. !):45 a.m. j Mdruilli; Worship, 10:55 a.m. lYainiiif; Union. ti::!0 t).m, liieniiiB Worship, 7::(0 .p.m. ST. .MATTHKWS CIIlJKC:iI Kev. I!. 1'raacis McDcvitt, pastor Uev. I'nul Hnj:irslii, assrstunt Sunday Musses. 9 p.m. FLAT LAKK S^K'I'llODIST CIIUKCII Kuy L. Mi l.cslfr, pastor Church School. 10 u'm. Glenn Hunch, superintendent. FUI.I, GOSPEI, TAKCKN'ACI.C M. I). Mubry, pustor Sunday School. 9:40 a.m. Morning Worship. 11 a.m. Voting people, 0:45 p.m. Evening Worship. 7:30 p.m. CHRISTIAN* SCIKVCK KKKVICKS Wnmun's Clubhouse, 1110 \V. Main Probation After Death is tfie subject of the Lesson-Sermon which will be read in all Churches and Societies of the Church of Christ, Scientist, on Sunday. The Ooldon Text is: "Take heed, brethren. Icsl there be in any of you an evil heart of unbeliever, in I depurling from the living God, Hut exhort one another daily, while it j is called today: Icsl any of you be I hardened through the deceltfulnesa | of sin." Hebrews 3:12. 13. ] Among the citations which com! prise, the Lesson-Sermon Is the fol- ' lowing from Die Hlble: "Set your all'ection on things above, not on things on the earth." Colossians 3:2. Pioneers, 6:45 p.m. Evening Services 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, pruyer meeting, 7:30 p.m. Friday, choir rehearsal, 7:30 p.m. LAKE STKKET MKTHOD1ST CfltlKCIl Butes Sturdy, , pastor Church School. 9:50 a.m. Morning Worship, 10:45 a.m.. with the Rev. J. j. Decker of Manila as speaker. Methodist Youth Fellowship. fi:4. r > p.m. Evening Worship. 7:45 p.m., with tlie Rev. Mr. Decker as speaker. • Elastic nylon, newest addition to the growing family of polynmldes. is being iniulc on an experimental scale. Ninety-four out of every 100 women in India are mothers. Landys' Beauty Shop 2(10:! W. Main St. Phone 3990 Liindys Howled Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe's "piano students will be featured in a recital Monday night. 8 o'clock. :it First Metllodist Church. Participating will bo Miss Mm-y Sue Berryman. Ruth Hale, Hetty Powell. Ann Powell. Don Drown. Ann Wilford. Winulii IBiirham. Jo Alice McOnire. Jimmy Lowe. Millie rell and Julia Johnson. Methodist Women Meet Coming Events MONDAY Yoiing Women's Associiilion of First Baptist Church having supper at the homi- or Mis.s Doris Adah. Rose Street. 7:30 p.m. Woman's Missionary Society of j Calvary Baptist Church mectini; I at th e church for mission study. 2:30 o'clock. Mrs. j. nines Woltevs hostess i.<> C1EO Club. Ulythevilli' Choral Society meeting at the City Hull. 8 o'clock. TUESDAY Mrs. Lloyd Slickmon hostess to fruesdny Bridge Club. Miss PcKgy White hostess to La Nucve Club. FlltST CHURCH Ol' Till: NA/AKKNK ]•'. W. Xasb, p:islor Sunday School. «:J5 a.m. Morning Worship. 11 a.m. Yonm; l^t-ople:; niei'tiiiLi, (i::iO p.m. Fvatifsclistic services, 7:30 p.m. FIRST I-KKSBYTI'RIAN CIIUKCII Harvey T. Kidtl, pastor Sunday Sellout, 5:40 LL.IU. Church Services, 11 a.m. ilialifis 6SS Liquid or ToklcU ucl as a mild Laxative and 901 at Cold Miseries internally , 6S6 Nose J>rop* or Salve begins lo relieve stljtiiuess und couqhing AT ONCf ninlcc-s it cusici lo breathe. V Wcuk* C.-cat and wotka 1«» , 1| i | H^"«rT i "' 1 """""• FIRST BAPTIST ClllUtCII I). C. Itrown, pastiir Sunday School, 0:40 a.m. Morning Worship, 10:55 a.m. | Baptist chapel members will attend services. Training Union, G::!0 p.m. Evenini: Worship, 7::io p.m. CHURCH or mi-: IMMACULATE COPCKPTION Rev. B. Francis McD.-viH. pastor Kev. Paul Hujarski, assibtaat pastor Sunday Masses, 7:30 und 10:30 a.m. Weekday Masses. 8 p.m. Novella to Our Sorrowful Mother. Friday. 7 p.m. FISRT METHODIST CliUKCII K. B. H'llfonl, pastor Church school, Lt:45 a.m. Morning Worship. 10:55 a.m. Tntermediate Fellowship, [1:30 p.m. Evening Worship. 7:30 p.m. PAIR I and 2 day Service on any make of rrwlel Reliable PHONE 2642 We Call for and Deliver Fred Cnllihan Bleclrical Appliance Co. Authorised Motorola Radio Bali's and Service 106 So. First St. ATTENTION LADIES Cash Paid for Men's, Women's and Children's Used Clothing and Shoes. 415 W. Ash St. CAltl) OF THANKS I We would like to expn-.ss to our many friends our deepest appreciation for their kindness to tis during our recent sorrow. Your Ithouehllulness will lony be remem- moii 1 . second to. Mrs. Gi'over Wren ' bcrod. amC rooko to Mrs. E. B. chitwood. i Mrs. C. C. Eiigan ' refreshments } Mr. &•. Mrs. M. C. . I *s Family. Children The Woman's Society of Christian Service of Gosnell Methodist Church met Wednesday night at the church. Mrs Charles Hyde uave the devotional and Mi\s. Mervin Cook led m prayers. Following a brief business session, the group was dismissed with prayer. Mrs. Earl Stabler was a (mcst. Until 1301, truck and at Colgate University. •N. Y.. included still. < and wheelbarrow races. field days Hamilton, j;^, barrel Natural Aid fur Rheumatism Arthritis Neuritis nnn't neglect what may seem to be a trivfil ache or pain and allow n serious aihnent to develop. Make the palatable Mountain Valley Mineral Water yuur "ounce of prevention" ai;ainst stiffened joints, slabbing nerves or aching muscles. I'lionc for a case today. UOUNTAIN VALLEY : MINERAL WATER ^-, From Hot Springs. jVrk. CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP Main & Division, r.lythr.vtllc. Ark. ANNOUNCING! The Opening of the BEAUTY NOOK Individual Hair Styling, Facials and Shampoos )V,'i Office Opens !:< Show Starts 2:90 MHTEN -i'O KLCN » »«.> 1!:*S ii.m. ' >: SlllllriiilV Serial: "Koyal Mrtimtcd" No. 10 and Short f'ont'd Shows Sat. \'>:M In 11:30 j?lln with cake'. y/elcome to the Closing Services -k::;,:..;:. ;' ' of the L YOUTH REVIVAL --•:': .':;/•-. ' Services \ Salii'rifay, 7:30 i). m. \ Sermon :< "\\Tiat I Sco In Jesua." Cundav t ' \ • Sunday School 0 : .JO a . ni. ; '.Morning Worship I0:o, r i a. m. i Sermon: "Unchangeable God." ' .-TraniiiiK Union 'iTiIJO p. m. • v Sermon: "Thou Wonderful Christ." ^Special Music: Mr.' Ralph Churchill will sing "The ;Lond's Prayer by Malotte. t i ' ' PREACHING WITH A PURPOSE 1 , SING/NG THAT INSPIRES 1 1- J '/ . U Arkansas Hour Each Sunday, 5:30 p.m. p. m. • > KLCN for LUZIERS Fine Cosmetics Call :Miss Francis Jones riione 2186 ur 3633 Read Courier News Want My Regular Deliveries Have Been Completed IStMHave Available * few bushels of HigH Germinating PIONEER Hybrid SEED CORN lo Popular Varieties CALL OK S» Mrs. Howard Bowen Luxora, Ark. I'htmc 1-K-ll These varieties on sale at llio following stores: CalitMcll-Malian Store llwj. 61 South rri-sUn Ramcy Store S»ndj- Ridge \V. M. T»jlor Store Keller Wallace Miller'" Storr Jotner THE BEAUTY CUNIC Minaret llcen Smith, Owner ) Infram BU{. Phone 3274 We Specialize in Fresh Fruits and Vegetables Seed and Plants Wholesale or Retail Blytheville Curb Market 130 E. Main Phone 973 Helen Laster and Isabel Farbus For Your Appointment 111 N. First DIAL 894 If is no longer necessary fo buy a new suit for graduation. Our expert cleaners will make that old surt look like new It's a luxurious treat, so bring it in today. The difference will amaic you. Dial 418 - Our Driver Will Call STEAM lAUNDflY Where Youi Flowers Ar« — You Are! One call to us will arrange to have your remembrances sent, not just once, but month after month. Ask about this plan. ^FLOWER SHOP Ph. 481 . Service We D«Urer Anywhere Mn. i. M. (Mae) William*, owner Gleneve Bldf. USED CARS WANTED We will pay you the full OPA Ceiling plus your extra equipment. Ff you arc KO'nK t" keep your present car let us give you ;in estimate on reconditioning your motor, body and painting. Credit terms can be arranged. Tires, Tubes and auto and home radios for sale. Lee Motor Sales, Inc. Oldsmohilo East Main St. CMC Trucks 1'h one f>19 utmit i MB MUM 01* ISViififf • GtisOT • MMN Paramount News and Selected Short .Hi Continuous shcmlng 1:15-11:0tf BONDED AND INSURED 24-Hour TAXI SERVICE CALL 968 Matlneco Bat. A San. Only I nni Office Opens 6:30; Show BUrtl 6:45 .V. M. Each Evening | t)p«ns Sniiila; \-9ti; SUrto 1:15 Cnntlnnoas Shr.in Sat. »nd 8«m. ar K »ln M s hl KvfrT Nljhl E»w*« honored »Q Mie ROIT. Rallrmd Stn«l Bill Wunderlich — Rear Robinson'i Drag Stare ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING Let us figure your total contract includ ing labor. Service and Repair on wiring and accessories. Appliance Repair. WALPOLE ELECTRIC CO. 110 So. S«c. Phone 3371 Saturday Lawless Empire uilh Charles Slarrctl Serial: ".Iiiur.lc Haiders" No. 14' and Short Conl'il Shows Sal. 12:30 to 11:30 Sunday and Monday Abbott and Costello In Society with Abbott and Coittllo Fox \ew.s and Selected Short C«ntl*B««

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