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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLB (ASK.)' COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, AP1UL 1C, 19<i7 Society, J\lew£ • Emilv 'Wixson f • I'lioiio -Hit Double Wedding Rites Are Solemdized Here DuHots Back in States; To Spend Summer Here "Miss Ernestine Rogers became Die bride of Virgil Smmcj felt and Miss Mnxine Young the bride 01' Hugh yesterday that Jpnes, all oftplytheville, in a' don- j lcr husband, J Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Neal of Vnr- were notified from New York tlieir daughter :uid __ Mr. «nd Mrs. Ilen>i ble wedding Solemnized April G at ^ rj u not, had arrived back hi the Ihe First Mel.hcdist Church. The stales from Pnrls nml wll , R ,. cntl Rev. Allen O: Stewart, pastor, of- the Summci . j 1Drc te rorc returning ,flciated. | to New York ln tllc p.,,, lo ,,., ftko ,,ltoe church • was de:oracd with lhcll . mllcnt homc m u..i; boskets of Raster, lilies imJ palm Phono -101 Piano Recital Given By Pupils o( Mrs. Lowe Piano .sliuleiils of Mi's. J. C. I,: were presented la.st night in a recital nl the Woman's Club, v,hich more than 100 cuesls attended. Specialties ol the program were two cliirlnet solos by .llmmy Lowe. "Nocturne" by Chopin and "Adante mid I'Hnale" by Cicrshwln. Three numbers were played by Jerry Lowe, John Kubcrl SUivall played one picee and Ronnie \V.i'4- Bits of News Mlss Rosa Schuncrltsch returned Monday nlRht from St. Louis, where she spent 10 days with her sister. IjOtiie Isaacs has returned from it trip to Dallas, Texas, and SI, Louis. He flew from Memphis to Dallas, and then to St. Louis, Mrs. W. O. Reeves and Mrs. K. H. Woodson spent yesterday in Memphis. They were met there by Mrs. Reeves' daughter, Miss Louise Reeves, and Miss Jcnn Crowley, ><A .program of nuptial nntsie was »<« "»»e mm inicr .L-i.um... ., presented by Miss <A B nes Park of Paris. where Mr. DUHo s pare U, Conwav. She played "Ah, Swee; '"'C. They arrived aboard the Mystery ol Li!c" before the cere- Queen Mary and will spciul three moiiy' and "Always" during the ex- weeks in New York before ccmmfT change of vo.vs. She played wed- lo Biylhevllic nnd Ynrbro. ding march from Lohengrin uy Mrs. DuHot is the former Miss Wagner for the processional and Rldora Ncal and was deputy clr- weddlng march from ft Midsvunmor cuit clerk here before, cnlcrii.t; thu : Night's Dream by Mendelssohn lor WACs. She mot and occam.: cn- the recessional. I i'Mr. Shaney'ell's bride is Sue Moore, Jerry Brown an-1 Dalmri Reid also presented two numbers each. Jlmmlc. I.ec Moore played three pieces and Don llrov.'ii, Larry Roid nnd Millie Ann Mullnry pre;en!ed two numbers each. Norm:i Lee Wagstor and Joe Alice McCiiiin; also played two numbers and Join Dettman, one. Ruth Hale piri'senlcd gaged to Mr. DuHot. while servim; thnw ,,[ c( . cs . jj mm y I.owe pivscnl-d snwlin. the in i.i rn ncc and Rm;laiid- Following !t pi;ino number and Wand.i Bit'- '" ISs Mrs. Xal B. Harrison has ns her finest Mrs. Hays Barber of Walnut nidnc. who is here especially for '.he. Arkansas Prcsby.orl.il at First Presbyterian church. Mrs. C. S. Stevens of O.wcola is visiting here ns guest of her daughter, Mrs. Kogenc Still and family at their home, li:)0 West Chicka- Ejiiscopal Women Meet At E. R. Mason Home OiCtolo NeWS kinds 17 '(to 20; odd head good i cows nrouml Iti to H; common and Miss Marjoric Mayo has returned medium beef cC/.vs 13.50 to 15; Ji'om a three weeks' visit wlih for- tinners and cutlers 10 to 13. Mrs. E. n. Mason and Mrs, •Emma met- classmates In FaycUevillc, r— Nolen were hostesses last night al Searey and Little Hock j „ ., ,, , . ' I lien- home to members of St. M r. and Mrs. H. S. Wooten spent hp y " ,S"? , nl ! °" 11obllc| . t rcsf > ia ™ Stephens Episcopal Auxiliary. several 'days in Mississippi this en a(ldcd ^ tl>0 lo "B llst of " cm:> Group prayer opened the meet- week. considered edible by porcupines. Ing and "lhe Church's Symbolism'' Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ammbb miti' ^ was discussed by Mrs. John 1". family have returned from Ken- p .'»ld:>. I sett, Ark., here they visit'.'d her :"The Siwing \). T. O. eontribu- lather. J. J. Bullard lions, whicli will be forwarded to Mr . ll]ul Mrs D Pl . c( | Tliy ] or the Diocesan treasurer, were given E ,, ellt Tuesday in Memphis. by those present after Miss Jo- Condition of Mrs. Emma Moore, who has been quite 111 al lier home the past six weeks, is improved. Those who are attending the meeting of the Arkansas Picsby- terial at the First Presbyterian Church In Blythcville are Mrs. L. T. Iflwrancc, R. o. Bryan, George Doyle, Bob Cromer, Joe Crcmer, Bill Puller, Harold Ohlcndorf. D. Ohlendorf. J. H. Hoak, Mis* Fayc Henderson and Mis sMarjorie Doyb. H. M. Swift is seriously ill at his home. Ho has been imdergoinfi treatment at Memphis Baptist Hospital. On 'CENTAIN DAYS' Of Morilli? This greiit medk'lni; Is /«»iojj,j lo rcltcvu painful tiisirr.ss iintl lircil. nervous, Irrltuhle fet'lm^s, of such dtiys WllC'Jl lUl'l t<) K'tlliilH IlJlLC- tlotint monthly dlslurhanct-s! IOU f. PlffKHMS < 8®fSS& .scphinc Shibley had given a report oti "United Thank Offering." The hostesses served refreshments after the .closing prayer by Mrs. A. R. Olson. GEO Club Entertained By -Miss Frances Bosven rtaughUir of Mr. and Mrs. J. II. her return to ihe States, Mr. Du- ham, advanced Rogers of Blythcville. L'he wore I[ot j o ] IU ,[( | JC| . |,,, re !m( i ti,,.. s . v ,.i. le Lwi) p | cc . cs pep- married in a ceremony nt ihe Church of the Immaculate Conception. His parents. Monsieur and Madame Desire DuHot. and his two sisters, Mademoiselles Geannella DuHot, who served ai maid cf lionor, and Helenc DuHot, all of Paris. France, were licrj for the wedding. student, .a dress of pastel blue with luin and trimmed in lace. Her crosage was of white carnations sj)d her accessories in blavk. The olf-Uic-facc ,*lack hat had » veil over the face. J'Miss Jiianila Mc'Mullin was her mnid of lionor. She wore a ieil shit trimmed in dark blue with ' matcliing accessories. Her corsage was of while carnations. ^Elnio Janes was M.. Shnncyfelt's West man. He is Ihe son of Mr, and Mrs. H. D. Slicmeyfclt, Hu*rh Jones' bride is Followim; the redlal. refresh - ments were sei-vcd fi-ooi :i lace- drajied table decnrnted with tiprini; j lloweis. Kjxin'i bmumcls oi fin 1 - - sytliia. japonlea, hyadnlhs and bv!-1 dai wreath also were ai'i'an^jed throughout Hie clubhouse. Mrs. Russell Bailiam. assisted by Mrs. it. L. Dedman; presided al Ihe labte. Molly Guard of Elizabeth Town, N. J., has nrrlved for n month's visit with her parents, Dr. anil Mrs. J. L Guard. Mrs. A. G Little and Mrs. J. A. Leech spent yesterday in Memphis. Mil., (\,.....A Honored Loy Eich is in-Detroit on busi- 1»1OH> VJUttUI [IUI1UICU ness. Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Knudseu have Bone to Chlcaco on business. Miss Frances fJowcn was hostess Monday night at lier home in Lnx- ora to members of the OEO Club and oilier yuests, Miss Anne Fisli- er and Mrs. Howard N. Moore. The home war; attractively decorated with sprint; flower.s. Miss Alexa Williams won high score prixe in eyenintf bridge Barnes and i>ridj;o went to Miss Jackson. The hostess was assisted by her mother. Opens Nunuay ' "fi; Starts 1:13 Continuous KJ .v. Sit 'nd Him Bargain Night / ••—• N'glit Kicepl Meetings Intenncdiate Fellowship Lynn ! First Methodist Church honored on the R«iv. .junday ,'At La Nucve Club Party I.WSCS Meeting Held the rtaush-! A, I 1 o. . PI ! tcr of Mrs. Lela H. Young. Shej At UlKC OtTCCt LhUlXll wore a white, suit \vith black ac-j re-.'-.rri'-P. a pink blouse and pink: 'Mrs. C. T. Shamlin and Mrs. K. carnation corsage. Her 'While hat-! Eeaslcy were hostesses Monday uf- had a long 1 b'.ack veil which It'll tcrnooi) when the Woman's Society over the shoulders. <"<f Christian Service of Luke Street :«er matron of honor. Mrs. Mon- Methodist Church met at tiiQ tell Oracey, worp a dark ^rue suit! "biirt-h for luncheon. fermicrt in liRht pink with UacKJ Mrs. Oeorge Shamlin of accessories and .a pink cai nation i Smith, a ijuesl. returned thanks Fort corsago. ' L- C. Jones was his brother's best man. The 'bridegroom is the. son of Mr. raid Mrs. N. J. Jones. FollcAving the ceremony, a reception was held at tile home of Mrs. Young) 216 Lilly. Mr. i>nd Mrs. Shaneyfelt have returned frcni a honeymoon trip to points in Alabama. Both couples will make their home in Bly- thevllle. ' f " Dr. Edna Mies Hostess | To BaptistM Group ' - Members 6f BiLilness Women's Circle were ' guests of Dr. Rdna Nies last night for their regular * WE BUY * WE SELL USED, FURNITURE JIMMIEJEDWAftDS j FURNITURE CO. i Phone 2IB! and other prayers were lerl by Mrs Lilly Sisk and the llcv. H. H. Blcv'.ns, pnstor of 'Liikc Street Cimrch. Mrs. lilcvins was in charge of the program "Christian and Race.'" assisted bv lMr;l. Don Lulz Mrs. George Crows dismissed the group with prayer. Mrs. Alford Honored By 0. E. S. Members Members of the icral Order of the Eastern Star entertained Monday ni^lit honoring Mrs. Charles A.':"ord, who recently was nanic'J IMsLricl Grand Leclurur ol the )5lh District of O. E, S. setting lor the affair was the We man's Club, which was decorated attractively with iCprin^ flowers. ^ Tlic 38 mcnvbirs and guests present were served a "covered disli" .supper and later played buncxx Kiyh score bunco prizo, uinong the women went, to Mrs. T. •). Bailey and high among men lo j Mix Parks. Worshipful Master ot the -Masonic Lodge here. 'Circle Mechnris Held By Baptist WMS Members M'lie Woman's Missionary HoeiHj i>f First Baptist Church met Monday afternoon in (Jrcle cronps fo'' regular program and Micinl sessions Mrs. Karl Wadciiphihl was lios- (ess and Mrs. Worth Holder, co- hosier, lo n memlKr.j ;>f Circle One. Mrs. Murlun Wtlllams led liu oj)eniHK pra.ver ami Miss C,>rd-lia Wllhit'- nave the devotional. Mrs. Victoria Gilbert yave the clcsiii£ prayer. Mrs. rearl Hires and Mrs. I'lr- inan Bynum wore hosteji.ses at the Hires home on Walnut sirecl to 13 members of Circle Two. Mrs Theodore E.OKtni led thii cprnin^ jiraver, Ihe devotional was e.iven hv Mrs. Calvary Church Women Slave Circle Meetings Circle One of Women's Missionary Society of Calvary Baptist Church met Monday al the home ol Mrs. noy Smith al 1324 Holly St. with 11 members and one visitor, Mrs. Charles Lipford, present. Mrs. Hnrry mirneH u«s in charge of the iirosrain and -Mrs. Smith presides! over the business session. "Community Mission" was dismissed by Mrs. J. C. Cherry. "I Visited A prison" by Mrs. smiUi, I "How sweepest Thou?" by Mrs.] Darrell Limsfor<| and "Cnlhincea 1 . by Mrs. Hubert paltjro've.. "Southern Baptist Women I'ray for Revival' was the subject discussed by MIS. Leland Hodge. Refreshments were served the .quests alter closing prayer by Mrs. Cire.le Two met with Mrs. D. L. Miss Molly Guard of Elizabeth Tu»n, N. J. was a special Biie.st last night when Mrs. James C. Ouan> emertained membtirs of La Nucvc Club al her home on Davis Street. Sjirinj! flowers were used to decorate, entertaining rooms and refreshments were served from a lea table centered with (lowers and Mrs. Gari'ard Caudil! was winner o' hiwh score pri/c and Mrs. Dale S. Brings, secoiifj hi^l 1 The hostess presented the yncsl of honor v\ itli a gift. rs. Reid Entertains Tuesday Bridge Club group of _ mcctiiiR tonight at the church ror a supper parly. noyal Arts Chapter of Masons meeting tonkin at, the hall for work in Mark Master degree. Central Parent-Teacher Association meeting this afternoon, J o'clock, at High School, proceeded, by an Executive Board meeting. \ I.ant Time Today iMiilinec LIIU! Night Mom and Dad Admission 50c lo All Continuous Shown Kvc'i'v 1'ay I!ox Office OJIOIIK 1 :<I5 Show Starts 2:00 LIST1CN TO KI.CN X:00 a.m. 1£:-15 p.m. I:3U p.u. Thursday and Friday Livestock Last Time Tmlay • Biack Angel The \vitli Hull l)l:ryi:-.i AI|]IIL:.S]III'. :,:h- In All Sek-rlf'd Short SnbjiH-l Continuous' Shnwinu Kvcryd.iy nynnm ami Mrs. M. W. Lewis led the- Webster at her home in Pride Sub- closin;; jirayer. The mission study division with II members and one and ST. LOUIS NATIONAL STOCKYARDS. Aoril 16. (UP)—Livestock: 1 Hot's 5,200. salable 5.000; market active. Weights 179 Ibs and up strong to 25c higher than Tu?s- day's average; lighter .weights and sows 25 to 5D: higher. Bulk good and choice 170 to 250 Ibs 24 to 24.55; top 24.25 paid freely. 130 to 150 Ibs 20.50 to 2250; 109 to 120-ib pigs 17.50 to 20; good 270 to 500-lu sows 20 to 21.25; low 31.50; heivier weights 19 to 20; most stags 17 to 19; few 19.SO. Cattle 3.000, all salable; calves 1,000. all salable; decreased receipts of cattle finding improved action and opening trade developed strength in prices. Some spots WAITER PIDGKlH-JUSEAaYSOS Two special guests. Mrs. Joe Orr of College Station, Texas, and Mrs. A. E. Henry, played bridge shar| , )y higher on stcer s and butch-| with the Tuesday Bndj;e Chit) yes-1 ( , r j, c(lrlingS] About 20 loads „, . steers offered with cows making up slightly better than 20 per ceiil Circle Eight Meeting Held at Rodgers Home Circle Eight of the Woman's Missionary Society of First Baptist, Church met Monday night, al the home of Mrs. W. J. llodscrs for a Royal Service program and dl*cu~- sion. Mrs. W. F. King led discussions. Mrs. R. w. Wooten and Mrs Charles Evans led prayers. Rulrc&h- ments were served. meeting at her home, '.vhnn Mi:-s Pearl Lee, president. condiu".?-i .ti,e session. It was \'oled to fcdtTaU: villi the State oi-guni/.ation of Bii.iii-,r:.r 'r) circles ol Baptist Churches. Want to Keep Healthy Artie's Beauty Shop 313 Norlh. Second Slrccl 1'l SERVICE IS RtAl PROJECTION norotiorv because h«ol domaga dcilroyt natural oifi in Ihe pelt. "Ctrrtficd" fTiEani proleuicn egoinn by molFi, dompn«ii ( *C*rlilitd" rr.eofii prolectlon cgainitloit by fir* or ihcft. *C«rtifi*d" mean properly CONTROUEO Itrr.peratuft and rtjylalcd riumtdily. Biyfheville Steam Laundry-Cleaners |)iogi'am was an exiiimnutio:i '.U.scwsion of the bonk "Shining I-ike r. Star." Seven members of Circl'J Three were quests of Mrs. .1. T, \Veslbio:ik. Mrs. C. W. Airiick li-d the devoilonn], based on Ihe 2'.irr\ I'.snliii and prjiyeis were given by Mrs. H. L. Chambers and Mrs. D. H. Blcdsoe. Mrs. Charlcii Pcnn was hostess lo I'2 nieinbers of Circle Four. M'-s ,13-n Crnfton unve the devotional ard \ivavers were led by Mrs. Pe.nu, Mrs. I R. 'w. Woolen nnil Mrs.-Ebl' Car-1 son. They also had a mission study examination. ' Mr.-.. A. 13. Wilt of Halls. Tcnu..' houseglle::t. of the G. V. Da',v:; farn-' lly. was a guest when Mrs. D.-.w:, was hostess to Circle Five. Mrs. C. L. Crouch gave the devotional and prayers were led by Mrs. Roy Head and Mrs. W. K. Buchanan. A letter from Mrs. Sclma Maxwell, H'.ipiist missionary in Maulmcin, Burma, written to Mrs. Daws, was reud to the group. Ei}?ht members of Circle Six were quests at the home of Mr:;. C. S. Lemons. Mrs. I.'.emons taught the lesson and prayers were ^iveu bv Mrs. Tom Jackson and Mrs. II. H. Brooks. Hcfrci-hnient!; were served at each meeting. visitor, Mrs. I. L. Martin, iirescnt. , Mrs. Jim England, circle chair- . onil hisjh to Mrs. L. E. Old. man, presided at the business scs- | The hostess served a sion after opening prayer by Mrs. course. Fate Bratton. , The Bible study was given by Mrs. P. H. Jeriilgan. Closing prayer was led by Mrs. England. lerday when Mrs. Max B. Held was hostess at her home. Sprim; flower." we:e used in the cnlertainiiiR rooms. I ycailing lype steers 2426- odd In games lu;;h score prize wenl mc dium to average good steers to, Mrs. Charles Crigacr and sec- 1S50 to 23 GQOt , heifcrs a]R , mixe{i of otal count.' Two loads top good - lots salad yearlings around 21 to 23; medium Coming Events Literary Club Meeting Held at Dean Home OSCEALA, Ark.. April Hi.---The Osccola Literary Club met in the home of Mrs. C. K. Dean on H^ie Avenue yesterday afternoon wiih Mrs. John Edringjton. Mr.i. J->e Rhodes Jr.. Mrs. B. E. Moor-; mid Mrs. Ruth Swansey as co-hostcss- cs. Mrs. George Edrington rcviewd; "Hie Miracle of the Helis' byi Ru.vicll Janay. | | A salad course was .served tlie^ 16 members present. Mrs. THURSDAY O^car Fendler cntcrlainii];i members of .Mid-'Wcck Club aivl their husbands. 1 VRIDAY • Chapter N. P. E. O. Sisterhood, ml'ctinc: jit file home of Mrs. C. M. Sjjiart with Mrs. Smart and Mrs. Lloyd stieknum us hostess. Open Door Sunday Scliool Class of First Methodist Church will. lrlr „, liave .sur.Ti.~r at home of Mrs. Cal HJt) t>- -^na. B! Ciossctt at Biirdetle. Shipment of Bassinettes Just in Out-of-Town Girosf .honored With Party CECBOI.A. Matlclino i -T . Ark.. 15.-Mr3. John w. Edrineton were hostesses last Tuesday night at the home of Mrs. Campbell uith a bridge p:u!y roniplirnentinj; Mrs. j. l.awrnue McCord of Atlanta. Ga.. houto- ! finest of Mr. and Mrs. Myi'ou 'f.! Nailling. ' When the tliree tallies or guests played bridge. first pri^c \v:i.' : i awarded to ^^rs. Donald Weit;:. and second lo Mrs. C. F. Mal>\ I The guest of honor was presented a gift, i .Atlractivc Spring bouquets riec- ; At The Hospitals ! \ j KI.YTHKVIU.I.; HOSIMTAI, Admitted: Mrs. nichard Davenport, Cooler, Mo. Virgil Vox, veil. George F. caudle, city. Marjorie Johnson. Luxora WALLS IIOSI'lTAI. Dismissed: 'Mrs. Arnold F. Walter and baby, city. John Hughes, CamthcrsviUe, Mo. •Mrs. A. L. Dylcs and baby. city. Betty Kite Mills, Hoiitc 1. city. THt -':•-"" TOT SHOP Phone 2308 HARD-TO-GET ITEMS Steel Scissors Postal Scales—Lock Bu\e« Small Filing Cabinets Speed O'Prinl Duplicators Stationery Norcrosa Greeting Cards SAMUEL F. NORR1S Printing—Office Supplies I'ZZ North Second Campbell anil Mrs. orated the homo. Nationwide... Displayed by a nationwide network of dealers, the CMC emblem in rcco^ni/.cc! by llioiinands of truck u»cr* as A "suro sign" of llic bcsl in service, parts ami c ^ tnicnL. Aa a CMC bcii<lqiiarlerR, we offer truck transport . this nrca a threefold Rcrviec: I. CMC *'Ariiiy \Vorkhorfic"-powereil IriickK. 2. CMC ^ciiviinc p.^rts and accessories. 3. CMC scietitific Preventive Maintenance for all makes mid models. \\ r e'rc truck ppccialUts, equipped lo handle every service nnd cqviipmcnL need. Sec its for "loads 1 * of pulling power and performance! \tAAC Trmo Pay men I Flan Aiiuroi You of tho lowatl Ayoj/ob/o Rolot Lee Motor Sales, inc. 307-309 E. Main Blyrhevillc, Ark AND NO REGRETS/ Be Ready for State Police Checkup! Bring Your Car to Us . . Complete Brake Re- <t»i ^ lining Job - only ^) I A. This Week Only! HERE'S WHAT WE DO: 1. Inspect, rlcLin :uwl rrp;ick wlircl br;irings. 2. Inspcrt liyilranlic system. 3. Turn dnmi.s if ^rorct^ or out nf round, (r.xlr.i Charpc). 1. Kclinr shoes wilh factory siiccificalion lining. 5. Ailjusl Ur;ilic Shoes lo secure full pedal. 6. Give you a 30-day free hr.-ikc ;ifljustment service. Tlionc JV17D For Appointmcal Still £ Young Motor Co. A HURR-y ADVANTAGE VALUES AT ['hone 31 LINCOLN MEIICIIRY. SALES AND SERVICE IMionc 3179 iCAN BE SHOWN TO SEGREGATED AUDIENCES ONLY 1 . ~ WOMENJDNLY at 2 and 7 P.M."' I POORS OPEN AT 1&6P. M. -j- TICHETS OM SALE AT 7:3f) 50c To All Last Time Today ROXY Matinee and

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