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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, May 2, 1949
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MONDAY, MAY 2, BLYTIIF.VTLI.K (AUK.) COUTUEtt NEWS Amelia Saliba, Society Editor 1'ho lie 4-161 Miss Agnes Jane McAdams Weds fc Thomas Browning Miller at Church The First Presbyterian Church was the setting Saturday allernoon al 4 o'clock wlien Miss Agnes Jane McAdams, daug!ucr of Mrs. Paul Due McAdams and Hie late Mr. McAdams, became lite bride o! Thomas Browning Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Edward Miller of Monrite, til one of Ihe outstanding nuptials of the current season. The double HUB ceremony was solemnized by Hie Hev. Harvey T. Kind, pastor, In Ihe presence of a large number of guests, including many from out of town. + A wliitc wrought iron arch eii- twii.ert with sallal greenery and plumesL; formed a beautiful .selling lor the wedding party. Centering Hie arcl, «n.s a sunburst, of wliite gladioli and white snapdragons wilh a background ol misly whit", maline intei>per.sed wilh tiny roses from which lell streamers of white lo the floor. Flared at each side of the arch were satin finished urns tilled wilh white gladioli and flanked by lall cathedral tapers in branched candelabra. The cliancel rail was adorned wilh chancel holders In which were placed white lapers. Floor basket of yieen fern formed the background. The aisle candle.; were Ci-'ught at the pews wilh while -satin bows and long streamers in w-hich were tied sprays of white fcgladioli. Large while .satin bows marked the family ptnv.s. A.-, ihe guests gathered, a pro- grain of nuptial music \vas pmsc-nt- ed by Larry T. Moore, organist and Miss Helma Johnsen of New York Oily, N.Y.. as vocalist. Included in Mr. Moore's selections were ''White Star of Sigma-Nu", "Pastorale", CUidman, "Prayer", Boelman, "Lle- bcstraume," Liszt, "Evening Star Wagner, and "At Dawning", Cadman. The bridal chorus from Lohengrin was used as Ihe processional and Ihe recessional was Mendelssohn's "Wedding March". Soft strains of "Claire de Lune" by DP Bussey, could be heard during the exchanging ol Ihe vows. MIS.S John.sen's selections were "If I Could Tell You" by Firestone "I Lcve Thee" by Grieg ant "Through the Years" by Youmaiu. M : .ss Johnsen chose a smart froci ol Wick floral print with black accessories. She wore a halo of gardenias in her hair. Miss Mctiaiicr Maid of Honor Miss Frances McHansy, who wn Bits of News lony, an informal reception was icld in the social rooms ol the church toi the om ol town Robert Craven of Memphis playod jinno tc'lectiuns during Ihe recep- lon The bridal table, covered with cloth of while Ince, was centered vith a liered wedding ci\ke on nirrorcd placquc encircled wilh 'ellow maline and lilies of Ihe val- ey. Placed at each side of llu able were epergnes tilled with yel- ow snapdragons. White lapers mining in silver holders casl oft glow over the .setting. Arranged Ihronghoul Ihe rooms vere floor baskets filled wilh snow balls and other spring flowers. Those assisting at the receplioi were Mrs, W. H. Pease, Mrs. Blni S. Heath. Mrs. Charles Ci. Bittnei Miss Putlye June Davis. Mrs. Gu_ Trisler, Mrs. Claude Scroggin Batesville. Miss., Miss Nora Simp son, Mrs. E. B. Thomas. Mrs. Grace Wilks. Mrs. R..B. Purvis, Mrs. Henry Humphreys, and Miss Mildred Hnggerman, Mrs. T. H. Caraway was in charce of the bride's book, Take Mountain Trip Following the reception. Ihe couple left on a wedding trip through the Smokey Mountains of Tennessee and North Carolina before returning to Blytheville to make their home al 1709 Hearn. The bride wore for traveling a slone blue Milatccn dress-maker suit with jeweled buttons. Her accessories were In navy and she pinned a gardenia corsage at her shoulder. Out-of-town guests included Mrs. H. H. McAdams Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Herbert McAdams Jr. and daughters, Judy and Sandra, Mr. and Mrs. Patrick McAdams nnd Patrick Jr., Mrs. S. E. Wilson, Mrs. Harry D. Lane and Mrs. Charles E. Wilson, all of Jonesboro. Mrs. Claude Scroggins Jr. and daughter. Sally of Balesville, Miss., Mrs. Aflenioon Coffee Given \1 E. M. Regenold Home Mrs. E. M. Rfgenold and Mrs. Charles E. Criy^or were hostesses Saturday afternoon when they en- criaincn wilh an afU'rnoon cullee nl the Hcgenold liome on Aimorcl load. The alfalr was intended by ipproxinuucly l-i> guests who called Between the hours of three and live. Miss Marguerite Mallhcws assisted the hostesses in receiving ihe guests as Ihey arrived. Yellow roses m silver vases were Hrranged throughout the living room. Centering (he dining table, from which assorted pnrly foods were .served, was a silver bowl tilled with an nil round lu-rangenient of white stock, yellow iris, pink snapdragons and blue delphiniums. A crescent shaped bouquet of mixed spring flowers which included dutch iris, white stock, gold cnllcndulas with yellow gladioli predominating n-ntm-d the bullet. Tapers in silver holders, easting a soft glow over the selling, flanked Ihe centerpieces. Mrs. Ph|| Robinson and Mrs. J. W. Adams Jr. presided al Ihe table. Others assisting in entertaining nnd i Godwin (..'my and rinuglm*i serving were Mrs. Gene SHU. Mrs. I '»rived Friday nt Mob Gcan Atkinson, Mrs. E. L. Hale and Mis. Hiijjh WhilslU. Oul of low-n guest.s who nltenried included Mrs. Joe Cultom Jr.. Mrs Roy Wilson, Mrs. Bobby Wilson. Mrs. f. E. Cox and Mrs. Phoebe Enix of Mr. and Mis. W. F. Mcl>nnu>l MI S f.sU'i'Uiiy for Hiiltiinoro, Mil., where AH-. MclJnniel will enter Johns Hopkins Hospital lor medical nui'iitlun ami surgery. Hill \Mlllnms. MID o! Mr. and Mrs. W. Marion Wdlliuus and Harry KniT, son of Mr. ami Mrs. KnsM'll O. Fair, were given bids to tilt' honorary business (rateiimy, Al)ilui Knpiw Psi at the University of Arkansas, l-'uyiilteville. This trater- jiity makes two industiiiil loins a yeur and will lti;ue -soon to tour the Southern Arkansas oil tielils. A, F. Dietrich let! loday lor Jonesboro where he will attend l-'cd- eral Couvl as a juror. Mr. and Mrs. Van Ivi'nt of Wax- ahaclue. Tex., wen- the giu-st.s ul Mr. and Mis. Kieil Hecki-r. Mr. , Mrs. Kent were cnroule Co New Orleans, Lii. He was a tornicr student of Mr. lleckiT's Dr. ami Mrs. Keith N. Wisi-i will arrive lodny from Ciirer, .S C lo spent! srveinl days here as gursl: of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. L. Nnbers and other friends. Hr. Wiser was stationed al the Army Airbase hi-rc dining the war. Muster .Sergeant mid Mrs. John Cyiiihiu Ala, ny plane, from Saint Lurin in liie Carribr-an Theater where he was slalioned for nearly three years. They will arrive In niyiln-ville \\Yd- *" PAGE .FIVE Coming Events Social Calendar The Y. W. A. ill ihe Calvary fJap- llst Church will meet at the church at 7 p.m. Miss Opal McDermolt will be hostess to the First Baptist Y. W. A at i piu. 'flic H. W. „', No. B of the First Uiiplist Chinch will meet In the home of Mrs. 11. |,. Rosamond nl 1:15 pin. Mis.sco Kub-Dislrirt Council mecl- init nl Ihe First Mellmriisl Church at 7:31) p.m. Mrs Fred Stenriman will he hostess lo thr \\Vsleyail Service Oulld lit her home, 1501 W. Walnul nt 8 pin. - B. W. C. No. 7 d[ the First lisl Chinch will meet with Knclii Nies. r>r nesday to be guests of his parent.s Mr. nud Mrs. J. W. Gay mid his j Wilson. Mrs. li;l| McM»th of Os- | brolhei-. Marion Day. reola. and Mrs. Cockrell, of Chicago \ Mi'- '" ll1 Mis. W. W. Nebh-tt anil Illinois. ' Mr. and Mrs. James Neblelt and soils, Jinlinic and Robert o[ Moruan City, Miss., were the puesls yesterday of Mr. and Mrs. It. Ci. Partlow and Mi', and Mis. H. K. Keblclt. Joe Carney and Gnthery Penn spcnt llle wpckcn<t '" - st ' ri "' s - M »" 5 a Rucst ol Mr - '""' Mrf - C1 » IK|11 Informal Party Is Given At J. L. Lewis Residence Mr. and Mrs. J. I,. Lewis entertained with a familv partv nt llicii-i home Friday evening, 'ill EasL ] Kuciteunons. They also visited wil h ere. Her the maid of honor, was the only ] Thomas R. Pinckney and Mrs. feminine attendant. She wore a I H. R. Rowe of Little Rock, Mr. gown of blue marquisette and faille taffeta fashioned with an illnsion yoke onlliiied by fl deep cameo fold ot taffeta. The full skirt was gathered at thfc back to form n bustle effect. She carried a colonial bouquet in a yellow holder which was formed of Claudius Pernet rosc-s. pink carnations and blue bachelor buttons Davis, honoring Ihelr nieces. Misses I Mi ' s - Joc Carney, who is i Peggy Jean and Patsy Joan Whistle I nt Iie i' n!vl ; tis . Hospital Ih and Mrs. R. J. Dodson and son, Joe Bob of Camden, Miss Edna Mae Bradley of Shreveport, La.. Richard Schneider, Mounds City, 111: Andy Hord, Lubbock, Tex., Mr. nnd Mrs. Hershel Carler, Monlicello, Mr. and Mrs. Boyce Miller ami children. Black Oak. Miss Helma Johnson. New York City. N.Y.. Mrs. Dewey Roddy and Miss Colleen Leachville. Mrs. Jeltye ente.rmingled with blue mallne puffs j Bogle - , „ and tied with gold satin knee length j Driver. Mrs. Dw.ghl N. Blackwood morning al 8 p. m, .streamers. She wore a hairdo of yel- »"d Mrs. Donald C. Werlz of Osce- week. low carnations and blue bachelor button?. The bride, given in marriage by her cousin, H. H. McAdams Jr. of j Jonesboro, wore a mid-Victorian \ -wedding gown of white slipper bri- ! rial satin and imported lace, an: original by Madame Emily. The close fitted bodice. was fashioned with a portrait neckline and a yoke of illusion which was outlined by a ruffle of chantilly lace and the tiehi fitting sleeves forming at the elbow ended into calla lily point.s over the hand. The very full skirt worn ovr Victorian hoops and extending into a long train, featured fabulous ruffles of lace slartin? from hsndmade salin bows in Ihe front and being festooned around Ihe complete train. Scallops of lace were cauirhi at Intervals with handmade s.-iti" bon-5. Her fingertip veil ot Illusion fell from a bandeau of satin rcscttes. Her bridal bouquet featured a semi-circle effect al the lop outlin- 9'eA with white carnations. A cascade of while roses: and while satin leave* and a profusion of lilies of ola, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Davis, Newort. Mrs. Corine Fowler, and Mrs. M. O. Hoegpean of SI. Louis, Mo.. Mrs. Archibald Calching. Basselt, Miss Mary Outlaw. Reclor. S. B. Robinson. Liberty. Miss.. Mrs. Waller W. l.angfoid, Mrs. Louis H. Conely. Mrs. G. A. Tucker and Mrs. W.W. Langford of Sikeston. Mo.. William Hightower, Lewisberg, Tenn.. Robert Craven. Mrs. C. n. Layman, Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Benle. Mrs. Simpson Tale. Miss Sugar Tate, John R. Walker, Elizabeth Walker, Mr. and Mrs. George Wilson. Miss Mildred Wilkcrsou and William Wesche. all of Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Edward Miller, Mrs. James Blankenship, James Blankenship, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Spencer, Mrs. Bell Spencer. Mrs. C. A. Nelson, Mrs. Linza Harrison, Mr. and Mrs. Witclier and daughter, Carol, Mrs. Will childress, Mrs. Kirb Reubush and Mrs. Edna Reu- bnsh, all of Monelle. Give Rehearsal Dinner Mr. and Mrs, R. B. Purvis, Mr. and Mrs. Thad H. Caraway and of Steele. Mo., who were celebrating their eighth birthday, and also llieir nepiiew, Don Brinno of Dell, who was celebrating his sixteenth I birthday. Approximately 40 guest.s attended the affair. Guesls other than Ihe member.; o( the families were Mr. and Mis. Tom F. Martin of Dell and Dr. Genii Adkinson. Refreshment were served buffet style from Ihe dining table which was centered with an arrangement of spring /lowers in a low crystal bowl. The evening was spent informally by the guests. Revival Being Conducted At Calvary Baptist Church Revival services being conducted at the Calvary Baptist Church by Ihe Rev. J. T. Spurlln of Hnyto. Mo., will continue this week with services being lir-ld at 10 o'clock each each day this The al tendance at Ihe services yesterday was the largest on record with thpce services being conducted at one time in order to take care of the crowd which attended, services were conducted in the auditorium with R public speaking address in the church basement and the junior department. condition is improved. Mrs. E. J. Cole lofl Thursday for San Antonio, Tex., where slip \ will be the guest of her dancbler, Mrs. J. W. Tarin and Mr. Tarin. She plans lo bo gone two weeks, Mrs. Cole was motored to Memphis by Mr. and Mis. John Lynn Plunkett and Donald Cole. Misses Belly Woodsnn and Donna Wunderhi'li. daughlers of Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Woodson nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. W. J. Wunderllch of Blytheville, received bids to Lnmbdn Tun honorary English fraternity at Ihe University of Arkansas. Fayettevllle ] Mrs. Robert Hawkins nnd Mrs, I Howard Canlthers and daughter of Memphis, were the guests Friday i of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mahon. They j vere accompanied home by Mrs. •Inwkins' daughter, Charleene, who las been visiting with Mr. and ' Mrs. Mnhon for the pasl Week. ( N'rs. 1. 11. f'oleman will entertain I'KJ la Pclilc "Itib. MJ.V I,, a. Old will be hostess (o the Tuesday nrldiic club. Club Kighl will lie entertained «l the home ot Mis. (.,tt< Rirr»ix>. Mrs. Newel Jeiome will be hostess to the 1-a Nueve Club. Tri-Town Iirldnc club will meet nt the home ot Mrs. James C i Ciminl. 1 The Y. M. H. chlb will he enler- liilned by Mrs. Murray MellnlTey ul I lie home n! her mollier, Mis fi Clod, at 7::l(l pni. 'Die Al|ihfi Alpha C'lmplcr of lieta -Sigma I'lil will meet In the clubrooms for a business meeting First Methiidlst Church Board of Kdncallnn MeeihiR at 7:30 ]i in.: Worker's Conterence meeting at 7:30 Civic Calendar Monday Junior Chamber of Commerce Board ol Directors— 7:30 p.m, Tllrnlny Lions Club, Hotel Noble. ,W:15 p. m. American p.m. American Legion —8 p.m. Service Auxiliary To Affiliate With National Unit Tilythcvllle's ilrwiy oignnl/cd Junior Service Auxiliary \iiesi-nlod Its pi'lHiim for membership yestetdiiy at (lie executive board meeting of Hie Nnlional Association of Junior •\ii\l|[:n ies in Memphis, yeslerday. The Illylhevtlle chnpU'r, formed few wei'ks ago. was one of Ihe three auxiliaries to hi' ine.sentcd petition for tiu'mher.shtp ID Hie nn- lionnl association yesleidny. The llnee chapters inusl nnw si-rvc a prolnihnn period ot one nnd one hnlt to Iwo years beton- In-ing ml- initlod to active membership. Mrs. Oscar I'Viuller. Mi*" W. II, IVase nnd Mrs, Momoe Crnln piv- si-lllrd lilythevflle's petlttim. The nntionnl assoclnlUm wns or- Knnl/.ed eight .vi'nvs ago. hns n incllve, four pinvlsionnl, nud eluht petitioning chnpiers in (lie tjniLih. Those In Alknnsns BIT: Montlcello, Wnrmi, Norlll Mtlln JJoi'k, Helena and Ulylhevllle. The nssoclallnn has ndoplcd Hie slud.v and Inipiovciuent nf stnte Inws dealing with dependent and delinquent children ns « nuilonul project. Luxoro Newt Mrs. Kci/rlk Is HoKlrM The iJoiible llrldges Homo Ue- numsliallon Club met Monday at Ihe hiime of Mis, S. H, no/Me, wilh Mrs. lx5Rnn Rozcllc assisting as co-hostess. Group singing and (ho devotional preceded Ihe loll call, which was nnswered by members present iiiimlnit the! "Favorite Hook." Program events Included n debaln on "Democracy In Our Home Com- j immlly", and n film on slip covers, shown by Miss Helen Wells. Coun- ly Hobc Deimiustinllon ngenl. The, hostesses ser.ed a salad course al Hie eoncluslon of I ho program. The May Hireling of Mir Club will be In the home ol Mrs. H. jV, Rod- gi'i-s. l.MMirtt ll.iok Chili Mrrls The l.uxora Hook club met Tuesday nliihl al the home ol Mrs. M. C. JMrndows. »llh Mrs. Alice! MonlRomery as hostess. There were nlneleeti nieiiilmrs present, ami four visllois, Misses (irelehen Bares, Kinnin }ff Kciuuimer, and Christ Inc. CaUeil. ami Mrs, Tye Adnnl.s. A blnck fare skll wns given by [our new members, Mrs. A. I). Bindley, Mrs. I,ester Stijvens, Mrs. Auten Chltwood, nmld Mrs. G. C. Driver, Jr., as part of their official Initiation. V A business meeting wit h«W, after which newly elected oHlc«ri for the forthcoming year were installed, Mr.;. Aiiten chllwood wn Installed as president, succMdlnl Mrs. A. B. RoMlle; Mrs. Cl«r» Mllflln, as vice-president, Mr«. Wht steed, as secretary; and Mia Eva Cookc, as treasurer. Mm. John Thweatt gave a r«vl«ir on "Cheaper by the Dozen", by Frank n. Gllbrcth, Jr., and Ernw- tlnc o. Corey, after which a salad course was served by the Corrosion-resistant stainless >te«l drums now are used lo ship acld« and other chemicals In solid or U- nuld torm. Legion Auxiliary— B Handicraft Club to Meet 'he Handicraft Club will meet lontKhl, 7 o'cliH'k. at Ihe Cnimty Agents' Olflee in Hie Court lions,.. I was announced lodny by Mis. Omar Stevens, chairman. Crayon drawing on innlerlalx will lie dr- ulstraled. Special i instructions will be given on hooked rugs and nick toweling. PRESCRIPTIONS Fresh Slnck Guarmili'cil 1'ricm Kirby Drug Stores ; Save { t 'I'iinv • .MiincvJ Labor i J Plant Sinkers j ACID-DELINTED I Cotton Seed ! L. K. ASHCRAFT CO. i Chcrrj & Kallroad. I'll one 140.-! J DOLLAR'S To DouchnuTs (ta>« lfc« vvlu UT US FURNISH ESriMATf NO OBLIGATIONS DEAL'S PAINT STORE picture mother in a soms, flanked by white tapers In silver candelabra. A minature bride and groom marked the places of the couple. Arranged throughout the living room were vases of roses and gladioli. Out-of-town guesls who attended were Mr. and Mrs. Herbert McAdams Jr. of Jonesboro. Miss Helma Johnson of New York City. William Hightower of Lewisberg. Tenn.. William Wcsche and James Blankenship of Monette, Mr. and Mrs. nob Dodson and son Joe Bob of Camden and Miss Edna Mae Bradley of Shreveport. La. At The Hosuitais ^ Hlylbevillc Hnspltal Dismissed: Mrs. Robert Perkins, city. Mrs, E. B. Jarrctl, Hornersville. Mo. Mrs. Clyde Tinner, city. Mrs. L. G. Thompson Jr. and baby, city. Joe Faulkner, city. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Gayluah McMillan, Rt. 1, city. Clarence McCormick. nt. 1, city. Billy O'Krech, Rl. 3. city. Mrs. J. A. I.ucketl. Dell. Ted Holiint;er. Luxora. Mrs. H. n. Eddington and baby, city. Mrs. Arnold Steward, city. Mrs. Kenneth Hal], Siecle, Mo. the vslley termed Ihe lower part of her bouquet. Centering Ihe bouquet was a cluster of gardenias collared with v-.hilf satin leaves. Tennessean Is Best Man William Marks Highlower of Lewisbure;. Tenn.. served Mr. Miller as best man. Ushers were William Wcsche Jr. of Memphis. Alex Perry Jr. of Tunica, Miss., Jimmy Blan- keniihiy, of Monette and Cecil Evans of Springs. Pla. Mrs. McAdams, mother of th bride. v:ore a srey dress with navy I blue accessories and a corsage of j parden'as and Mrs. Miller, mother : ol the bridegroom, chaie a navy blue jicket dress with matching ac- ces'irie.'. and also complemented with a corsaae of gardenias. Immediately following the cere- Give GIFTS THAT LAST \ for ! Mother's Day j i lAn unusual gift which instanlly '«,bo«s your deep appreciation . . L . and a RifL lUiicH hrars the mark of your own Rood Usle. There arc countless suRRcslions lirre at llic Gift Shop ... in every price range . - . ami p.ich ric- .signetl (o please Die most dis- criminalinR laslc. Disttnctlvc pifl-wr.ippfnff service is yours at .no extra clinrRc. Come in thi- vrech. THE GIFT SHOP Moss Bryan 103 East Main Street Grace Wilks enlerlained with the rehearsal dinner for the members ot the wedding party and out of town guests at the Purvis-Wilks residence Friday evening. The bridal table was overlaid with a maderia cloth and centered with an all white centerpiece of gladioli, lilies of Ihe valley and orange bios- Continuous Shows Box Ortite Opens 1 :45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN 'CO KI.C.V 8:00 a.m. H:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m I,asl Time Today An Act of Violence wHh Van Hodm and Robert K.van Continuous Sheming Kvrrvriay Paramount. News A Selccl«d Short.* Tuesday Only Continuous Slioivinij F.vcrydaj Selected Short half price sale! TUSSY CREAM DEODORANT big jar on lltl* ile- 11 f ul-t o-usc Eornnl^ ll l>,in- pin. odiir, rficrVs per^piralioti moisture, gives lonpr.r Listing prolcc- linn. hrapranl T\L55v Di^oiior^nt if urnlU lo skin ami rlorhing. Sli;;. rr^.un) MiHiolh nil llic \s*\ hil i-- gone! WOODS DRUG STORE Blylheville Ito\ Oflirc' Opens li:45 Show Starls 7:00 Opriis Suluhiy l-.tlfl: Slarls 1:lf, Cnnfiiuioiis Slunss Sal. A- Sun. Hargaiti .N'ifilil r-;vnr.v Night fcxeeril Saturday No passes hunorrtl on Sunday at Jioxy Tlicalrc Last Time Today Albuquerque Fox witb Randolph Srntt anil Harliara Krillnn .Moviclonc \eivs & tihorl Tuesday and Wednesday BeClllllflJRENl on Mother's Day-May FASHION FOR MOTHHR .. .will, lit* ur«» of tti* vumnicr t«»liinn piopoillcm-(ill»rt ... wuicn m«an< ln« c«n ptit It on • nd waar it without cortly, Mr«*o«n« alt«»Hon«. SUMMfK-.TKIMMER "ILLUSION •1111 — A feminine classic of lovely washable col ton Broml- c'dolh with pearl luilfons nn bnl- Itin di>« n-fronl . . . Huiinv Hliie, lilossom J'inh, Tcntlril Giccn. Si/.cs: )(i'/i 51 2(> — styles an exclusive floral design in washaMe Hales i-nllnn Halislc to Hafler (he slightly fnllei- figure. Slenderizing rows of lacy inserts from shovil- tlerlo hemline. I'lowcr i'ink. Hlue Iris, Spring Lilac. Si/.cs: 1S'/i-2.|'/j. $10.95 •II1 fi — Crisp, washablt cotton Dan River Cord- spun fashions a one- piece chess wilh a two- piei-e look. I,arge pockets minimize the silhouette. H Ui c, Black, Aqua, liruwn. Sizes l-l'/ 2 -20'/j. $8.95 S12-I—A wen cable, washable two-piece dress of Knd-and-Knd Chambray trimmed in cows of multi-tucks and embroidery. Full K«i'e skirt lends a soft flare. Brown, Grey, Green. Sizes tf>'/i-22'/i". $10.95 JIEDEL'S

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