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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, MAY 14, 1946 Hoxle, Ark. They were Rosa Stevens, ffforge SUlw'cU, Charles Thompson. Tom Heaton, R. C. cole- man and El wood Scolt. Condition of Mis. William J. Rigney of Excelsior Springs, here with her daughter, Mrs. Gilbert D. Hammock Jr., Is satisfactory Pinner O«rihl •iwart*'*'., bride-eleci at *u MOHMpcnted »t t»o tin tfci* «Mtortfl— » dinner par- Sunday idfW ' «i Hotel Noble ind brwkf ut 8»turd» y .• morning at Hotel Noble cUmaxln* the s* rice <X •oetef »f J«ir» , » ill be a re- M»er tonight »t which Mr and MI*. T W J*»eri«s »UI be hM ind hoctets Tne 14 (vects at the dinner Included Bankers of the Immediate family, Miss Whistle* houseguest B*rt»r» Anderson, of Pittsburgh Pa , pill Watson of Cfcee oil and Leslie Oral ton jf , of Con* ay. I Tt}« )?Mf, wjiere tix five-course dinner ws tened *M centered •with an attractive May-day flower 1 urraotcnjeiit The band painted place card* wre jiicturtj Of bride and bridegroom The hrlde -to-be »as presented glfttflSer ^ ' Mrs; lauise Browatee fUyes Mr? James -ndwell and Mrs. Helen Arm strong Sanders »ere hoctesses a the brekfcjit At the brjdcs ptate wu a rnluia lure wedding scene" and a ininU tiire bride »as placed at each plat' High School press £lub Picks Ann Weed man as Queen for '46 Ann We*dman. daughter of Mr. id Mrs.' Harry "vyeedriian, £m as ciueeh of the' High School J ress Club program tonight at he high school auditorium to conclude the year's actiyjtfe*. Announcement , was maide yesterday in' the 'high hchoot aiwmbl.v ' ' 'hat Miss Wcedrhan ' had elected by the boys of the . been Club for the first time the group has' named a queen. ' ' Miss Alnieda Berry, faculty ad-! viser of the Press Club which 'is made up of boys and girls who write for the school paper "The Chlckasaw," Is In charge of this special project. Members will present twp one- act plays and students of (he English classes will present .special numbers. The prograrn Is to te- gin at ^ o'clock. 'Miss Weednian, a senior, has written for the school paper 'for the past 'three year's, having 'served as reporter, feature writer And assistant editor. With 400 cglumn 'nches to her credit this year, she also has written a number of school skits and playlets. Bits of Personal Jimmie Allen underwent n minor operation loclny at Walls Hospital. Miss HiUoime Jafgers underwent si lomlli'Ctoiny today ul WulLs Hos- following « major alls Hospital, fr-lends litre will operation at l>c Interested to' learn that Miss Eddie Ruth Craig, formerly of Blytlievlll'?, will umtei'tjo a major operation tomorrow nt New Orleans Baptist Hospital, she Is making lier homo In New Orleans with her sister, Mrs. HolX'i 1 '. Matthews, and Mr. Multliew.s. Joe T. Hughes left Sunday niglit l>y plfme jor New York where he School Pupils Arrange tot Exhibits An exhibition by Blytheville grade school students tomorrow afternoon, 1 to 4 o'clock, In the entertaining rooms of First Baptist Church will culminate the book prqject they have carried on during the past year. The public Is Invited. The exhibition will feature books by Ix>ls Lenskl, famous children's books author, who has taken a personal interest In activities of thi> students. ,She has sent photographs of herself and studio, in addition to original Illustrations of her best works. These will be on exhibit along wjlh To Haye Conference There will be a i>re-school conference for Sudbury School Friday afternoon, 1:30 o'clock, at the County Health Oflice, 2)8 West Walnut. All mothers who have students planning to enter Sudbury School next Fall are'urged to attend, it was announced. pltal, I'luil Byrum Is undergoing treat-;. v ii] P ment at Blytheville Hospital. I U"' 1 Mr. and Mrs. James C. Hale and ' fntnily of Marlon, Ark., spent the weekend here as guests of Mrs. E. A. Hale, 1115 Clilckasawba. Mr. and Mrs. E. 13. Ferguson have reliirncd from Tipton, Mb., where they formerly lived, after spending u few days there with friends. Mr. find Mrs. J. P. Newell Jr., nul Infant son, J. P. Ill, of Mem- j hos entered a hospital for treat- scenes of Iwok settings. A radio skit ment. Ho was accompanied to f or "Bayou Suzctte" and a ininia- Mcmphi.s by Mrs. Hughes and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Jaggers. Decorations were of rose buds and. An 1 outstanding student; she holtl.s orange blossoms " ' offices in various clubs which OM AJBiftlotJi* juest of-honor »as n part of 'extra-curriculum uctlv- an" electric alarm clock FpUowing the 'ijTeakfast, bridge was 'played fri' the ' tTblpnial "ppo'm. Prtws"w«ri"t to Mrs. par! Brpwnlee. higri, tniJ firs: Mavis Settlemtre, ''"'' " ' '"''" Hits. She has registered nt Texas . • ' r* ' * ' J T ' I ' ' : ''' Lois, Bernice Jonaese Brde of Durvyood Mar; Mias Lois Bemlce Johnese of BlytSeville. "daughter of Mr aiict Mrs'L. B Johnese of cottonwood Point. Mb, bKarne the bride ci Lowel Durwsrd" Marr of Blyihe- ville'in a ceremony Sunday aftei 1 - npon "at c tne" " ' bister-, Mrs W " of "the bride's Scott, 717 Clark, The "Rev Carl Bel lew pastor of QotUmwood BaptKt church offi- '^"'^ltt-£he presence of relatives ' fripnd^ ol ihe Stnte College for Women, Denton. where she plans to jnajor in journiillsin. < For lonlyht's program, the Jlrsi play will .be a ' one-act eomeity, Ann 'Bachelors' League" hy William Ku.s.sell Moore. Taking i>art will be Berlon Hampton, Tommy Sylvc.ster, P. D. Poster and Chester Culdwell. Actors In the drainii "Whlcli Is the Way lo Boston?" by Honakl LdreiiMin, • will be Anlen Feittiison, Mary Morgan, pnn Caltlwell :in;i W. L. Homer. from the admission phis, spent'the weekend here with Mrs. Leslie Hooper, ' 110!) W(-'.st Chlckasswba. Joe McClurc lias arrived honii following ills discharge from the Nnvy at Mlllliigton Separation Center, A veteran of three years servr Ifje, lie was in the submarine service, having made two patrol runs, and was on duty most of the tlmt In the Atliintic. At the time of his discharge, he held the grade of motor machinist's mnte second class, Mr. McCluve, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe McCHne, 1M7 Mrs. Hoy Harper of Caruthers- Mo.. is guest, of her mother. A. M. Butt and family, until Thursday. Mrs. Orneo Adklssmi left today for Birmingham, Ala., to visit relatives. She was accompanied by her sister, Mrs. Burdctte. Clco Thornton or Bernard Albert Brackin, seaman ture stage :,eUiriK will \x presented by pupils of the fifth and sixth grades of Yarbro School. Homes of the Beyer's and Slater's from "Strawberry Girl" and dolls dressed as characters will be exhibited by Central slxtli grade. A display on "Puritan Adventure" aiid a movie on "Farmer Small" will be shown by Ynrb'ro first and second grades. Lange School second grade , seaman! w lll hnve two murals on "Spring Js first class, who is now stationed Here" and "Let's Piny House." ' at Newport, R. I., spent the weekend In Philadelphia, Pa., with sister. Mrs. John P. Hoffman, Mr. lipTimuti. and son. Jackie. Ile'lisd not seen her In two years. Seaman Brackin is the son of Mr; and Mrs. Smith Brackin. Dr. and Mrs. J. S. Fleming, of Memphis, spent the weekend here. Mrs.' PIcniliiK, Iloiisl consultant. came over to assist Henton's l^onie of Flov.'crb. :is she frctiuently ^loc:;. hey were guests at Hotel Noble. A special exhibit of Lois bouk.s. arranged by Mrs. Ira tirr.y city librarian, will be shown. AFTER IS YEARS FINDS CONSTIPATION RELIEF Now Fe.ela Like "Old SpU," Thanks to Famous Cereal Lsm equipment. will be used for journa;- couple" 'The Sc<}tt home »as decorated lyielhod/st Women J^egl With Mrs. H. L'LaShot The Womnn's Society of Christian Service of Lake Street Methodist Church met. yesterday afternoon at the home ,q{ Mrs. H. £• LaShot with Mrs. C. M.'Baxter as co-hostess. Mrs. W.' B. Mayp led Ihe piogra "Builders of (he Peace for Tor morrow.'' Mrs. Vance blxsbu discussed "Children an}l th.e 'Peace:" 'Mrs. George Stilwell, yresldait, conducted the business session. Mrs. i'A- Ij. .Reagan dismissed the group | will) prayer. : ' During the social'hour, that fol- daughters born to them Suiulr,;/ Mr johnesp »s best man Thf bride more' a white suit wi y tn a corsage of red and «hlte accessories bn with' rotes and'honeysuckle 'Mrs Scott was her sisters niat^, ron of honor ana'Mr Scott Mrvea L^ the ^^ ^^ I inputs. * I Entertaining rooms of the hcxme rpses wcrc decorated »'i(.h American Beauty roses, blue hydrangeas and :•white madonna lillles il'kKt Ml) have no names. 'TJSr'. and 'Mrs. Hughes are cuts o't three other dang] Main, Ttrcli, plans to enter pcurijiii /Uliintn, ncxl Fall. Prior par- Regina, Rowena nnd Barbara Ann. Ttjey "also hay* two sons,' Hicham and Michael. Mr. Hiigtiea has a twin brother, Rex', <wli6 also lives at Huffman. T J.o , a conaoe of red roses ' Uxs Marr itteiliitd' Arm'orcl High ^chooj and has been eui- ployed her e as has tile bridegroom, who wac graduated from Blythe- Sehool -. . j will make theii honie here a brief redding trip inloj P.'.fst B.ap.ttst Church. Mis. Ruth Bauglv gave r Miss Betty Kincaid WSLS hostess ••'••'-•• ' ' - " Th« 'light to Young •wome eight ' members of """li's rAsscJclation Coming Events WEDNESDAY Mrs. F. E. Bliick to Weil- nesday Bridge Club. rf. Pred' Rutherford entertains Town and Country CluU. 'Miss Eva Williams hostess lo Alhpa Alpha Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi. '••••.' Women's Foreign Missionary Society of the First Church of ihe Nuiarene meeting at the cliurch 2iSO o'clock. THURSDAY C and N Birthday Club meelinB at the ' DoBWOOd clubhouse,' 7:3D p.- m. v, p ' Mrs. H. H. Houchins hostess to Mid-week Bridge Club. Mrs. ttussell Phillips entertains Thursday Lunch Club. Sanders Hostess the ^ c " volipnal and discussed "Home Mission "liook of Today's yf.oftq." The hostess sery'ed refreshrnents. Calvary Baptist Women's r\ L pnaSy Union met yesterday af- UaUghlCr Mit terhobn »ith Mrs Doyle Sanders. T» stsdon l i[as opened i'iUi pram by Mrs Andrew Conley nnd Mrs;Jim England Kad charge of the progr&m', "Home-Missions. JttS'P H Jermgan gaVe the de- votionai Those taking part In tiic program were Mrs' Sanders,' Mrs. Elmer" V«nCkye inii Mrs.' Mabel Liiruford. a Mrj ' Paul Burks dismissed the group wUii'prayer" " . IK ' r » • • ' pi' Three Are Hostesses M^ RuUi Seay, Miss Iva Seay and > lite Margaret Holt were hos- tessa Saturday night with a hay- ride honoring a group of friends In ifee High School graduafinfclass. The fD |u«ts went to tht Mississippi ; tUver' al Ba'rlield for iheir picnjc supper. Ckaperone, v«re Mr. and Mrs Frank" 8eay, Mr; and Mrs. Forrest MooVe ''anfl Huey. ^ M 1 [Named Mr. and Mrs. T. O The naugriter born to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ray of Huffman last Thursday has been named Rebecca Jean. ' = Thev are nlsp i>arents of a son, Billy Mack. Mrs. Ray is the former Miss Alma Jo Brown'of Cpbttr.'Mo. ' '_' '"•'*' • Blylheytlle QES Host Blytheville Chapter of the Oi'dei of the Eastern Star will be h'osi tonight 'at the hall, 8 'o'clock, to Qsc.eola. and W/ison Chapters! in "observance' of "Cfciigatipi flight," th'e program will be pi "Our Obligation" with Mrs. Mar' vin Crlttenden In charge. Name These Twins Know good nnnies for twi girts? jf so, contact Mr. and Mr Reg Hughes at Huffman. *ri;p meetiiiit with Mrs Keck hostess to Octette Club Marvin Nunn. Mrs. O. E. Thursday Contract Club. 'GNB • Club meetlnt! W. C. Colsloii. Friendly Rook Club guests ol Mrs. Neville Blakcmorc. Entre NOUS Cluu meeting will Mrs. William Berrjrinnn. Mrs. Ebb Reynolds liostess to Alpha Beta Bunco Club. Methodist seniors entertainer K'llh Imichcnn nt social vooni, Fl'rsi Mclliodlst Church. FRIDAY Mrs. Paul KlmUrouBh hostess t' BC Club. 'Junior Fellowship of First Metli odlst Church meeting at the cluircl' 3:45 o'clock. Mrs. Chester Cnlilwcll will li hostess to members of Chapter N P. E. O. Sisterhood, at the horn of Mrs. Eiloii W.' Kirby, (506 Cliick asawba, 2 o'clock. to cnleriiiB service, he attended Hundi'lx College, Conway. Mr. ami Mrs. M. A. Isaacs had ns their giies'Li during the wcekencl, A. R. Thorn and daughter, Miss Jane Thorii,' of Memphis. The 'is- ;iacs, the!]- tlaughtcr, Mrs. John W. Thomas, Mrs. Isaacs' father, J. E. Gooch, niid their hpuseguests spent Sunday In Jonesbbro. Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Lemons accompanied by Mr. and Mi's, Al- vln Huffman Jr., were among Blytheville people who attend th<- Uotat'y convention at Hot Springs Willie there, they tieard the author Lloyd C. Douglas, speak. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Caldwel nnd Mi 1 , and Mrs. Fred Fleemai ent to Memphis today for th 1 otton Carnival. MI-. mid Mrs. John E. Matthew Timlcii, Miss., and family, spen ic weekend here with his parenU r. anil Mrs. B. M. Matthews, an mily, aiid her father, C .J. Littlt [so a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Matt ews \\-as her sister, Mrs. Fran! jll of Memphis. Mrs. Earl Koontz of Fulton, Mo rrlved Sunday to be the " glie.s f her brother aiid sister. Mos iryan nnd Miss Ellen Bryan. Several Blythevlllc men left, yd, erday for a squin'Cl hunt ne. THE BEAUTY CUNTC Margaret Deen Smith, Owner (n(ram Rldf. Phone 3274 Al The Hospitals Walls Hospital dmltted: Maili.ic Stnlnm, HI. 1. city. Mrs. II. M. Blown. CootiT, Mil. Jimmio Allen, city. W. Goodman, city. Butonne Jagecrs. city. dismiss t'd: Alvis Harris Jr.. city. Bcrnicp Holsclaw, Manila. Donald 'I'ramitH'l, I_epanto. Ulylheville Hos|iilul Admitted: "" ' Mrs. Hnrbert Martin, Dell. Paul Uyriim, city. Mrs. Roy French, city. A. D. Sims, city. Bom lo Mr. and Mrs. M. Cdiilcy. Luxoia. a daughter ycsti :lay (\riLM - iHKin. Meml'lu:; St. .Tnsr|>h Hospital Admitted: Helen Smith. Wilson. Memphis Hosifilal Admilted: William McClcllan, Holland. Mo. Will Be Fpnv/y Night/ Tomorrow night will be family n igl 11 at Fit £ t Clt i n ti Clui re J i, uill all families of the chiircli inject to ntlcncl, it has been announced. Each family is to bring food for the supper, it v,*as announced. There will be movie for 'entertainment. I Mrs. C- A. Taut will bo in charge (jf the social hour. Given up hope of finding ]i»slin£ relict* from constipation? Then read this sincere unsolicited letter: "I sufTv'ml frorn constipation f°' - l? y<-nrjf. It t'ul FO tad I'hnd'to rain- JVnin bu^intii. Nothing" I Iru-U tjuve in- jimth relief until I tefun tiiUnc ICvUovfi'-l AI!-Mj'tiii tvtry <Ifty. In out month J \vvn cmjii.k-U-ly iTiniliir 1 , iiiul I foci iia wcli ai.-l vicious'(is J <JM In my twenties." WlLH-im J. AnJc'-fiun, K-a, Sliawnec, Okluhom:i. You, loo, may ?icviv have lo Inko another harsh luxalivc for consti- patiou duu to hick of bulk in the ttiel, if you ical one ounce of KL'llogg's ALL-BRAN every day, and drink plenty of water. Do this every day lor ten days, und if not cuiiitflcttly satisfied, send empty cur to u to the Kellogg Company, linltlc; Creek, Michigan. You will yet double your money buck! ALL-BRAN is not a iiufjjativn. It's a wholesome cereal providing gentle bulk helpful to normal lir> iition. Kat it as u cereal or i:i mullins every day. Get ALL-BRAN at your grocer's. Miule by Keller's of Battle Creek u'ntl Oinuluu M, Rend Courier News Want Ads. Landys' Beauty Shop ^ 20()i5 W. Muin St. Phone 3990 Liiiulys llowlcll FRESH PRESSED DAILY FRYERS CUT UP Buy the entire Fowl or Just the Fieces You \V:mt Ask Us for Our FRES1I Infertile Yard KKSS. Garden-Fresh Produce Received Daily We Stock a Wide Variety of Pickles, Olives, Jams, Jellies Cuts All Green All White SPEARS and Spears ASPARAGUS The Variety Grocery—Come and See Pickard's Gro. & Market Phone 20-13 10J4 Chickasmvlia Ave. ABOUT CAR HY EXPERT MECHANICS For All Makes of Cars Our complete service includes . .. Motor Tune-Up, Motor Overhauling, l!r;ike Adjustment and ro-lininpr. Kleclrical Kepairing, Hniliator Repairs, anil Oil Change. \ Don't Wail! We will pay you the lop cash price for your car. Drive in today. (Jet ^he rash. We Are Approved Blytheville Dealers DESOTO - PLYMOUTH and PACKARD CARS and carry a complete stock of Genuine Chrysler and Packard Parts SEYMORE MOTOR SALES H. SEYMORE-i-OwiMsr , Corner Franklin & Walnut Phone 886 or 353$ Reveals EXTRA LUSTRp immediately DARA SHAMPOO No matter liow ilull your hair miglu he, it will gleam wiili natural beauty . . . when n is OAKA clean. Don't wait . . . j-ivt your tsulr die six beauty benefits---finnid only in DARA. r Alio ovailabla in three family ''!«< : ' »5c 1.50 2.50 DARA instantly produces a rich, bubbling lather in any kind of water. Unlike soap, DARA never leaves a dulling 6Im. Unlike soap, pARA never requires a 'special rinse. DARA removes all loose dandruff — r'S^ 1 a w a >'DARA leaves hair soft .and manageable—» right afier shampuomg. c DARA reveals all the glorious natural lustre. Get Ycvr DAtA of oiy druf or rfejterfocflt store. COTTON FARMERS We have .just received some material and can take orders for about 50 Weed Burners for May delivery. You can cultivate and burn weeds in one operation. Just the Tractor Driver. Two and four-row. We are bonded and licensed in Arkansas, Louisiana and Mississippi. We use only certified welders on manifold welding. See or telephone (P)ione 732) us, Clarksdale, Mississippi. 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