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«*A'CB TWO 1 Emily Wixson, Society Editor BLYTH13VILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Miss ,Viva Dean Hudson Biide of R. C. Winters J£r. and Mrs. Murray Hudson to* day. announced the marriage of their daughter, Miss Viva Dean Hudson, to R. C. Winters,- son of Mn - .and Mrs..Dona P. winters of Richmond.. Calif., formerly of Bly- 1 theville. Tile wedding was soleirm- izjd April 5 in-Richmond ft the hojric of the Rev. E. C. Pershing, who officiatea. The bride wore a pink and black Spring" suit with Mark accessories and, _a corsage of rosebuds. Tl>e iiridegrbo'm's parenls were the couples' attendants. ' Mrs. Winters attended Trumnnny and BljtheMllc schools and wiia erpplojed here Mi Winters wis' uraduated from Blythcville High Sclfoo! and after 19 months Arm*] service, during the war, was employed in •Richnjond. Thev will make their home ill RicJnnond. until this pall, wliei: Mr, Winters will enter college nt ''fln j'ose, State. i • * • Mrs. Ellis Hostess To Octette Members „ Mrs. 5. C. Ellis entertained mem '„ bfcrs of the Octette Club and two > other guests, Mrs. M. A. Isaacs \ and Mrs. Homer Wilson, Thursday n afternoon with a bridge party at her home at Barlield. ' Spring flowers in Impressive arrangements decorated the home. -Mrs. Loy Welch won high score prize In afternoon gamec and second high went lo Mrs. James Hill. 'Refreshments were served. . ' - - •. * * CBC Club Entertained By Mrs. Alvin Hardy Mrs. --Alvin Hardy entertained members of th c OBC Club yesterday afternoon with a rook party. (Mrs. . O. O. E'kins won high score prize and second high went to ; Mrs.; Q&rfielius , Scherer.' Mrs. '. Hardy won rooko. Iiliacs decorated entertaining rooms. The hostess served r'cffcsh- mejits of pie and coffee. WMU County Meet Held In Joiner Sara B. Stilvvell Awarded Trophy In Doll Contest Sara Bob Stihvell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George M. Stihvell. won first place yesterday afternoon for the most outstanding do.l cnteriM in the Y doll contest held ihis wre'r: and sponsored by the Til-Hi-Y group. Sara Bob received a tvoiihy for her entry. A doll belon^m^ 1 to Inn aunt and entered by liin'orci Young placed second and third place wont to Mary Alice Wrolen. Honorable Bits of News Mi. nut! Mrs .1. M. Hniley nnd son, Joe, or Ci.irksville, Tcnn., will arrive within a fi'w ilnys to be the KiK'.sts of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Plilllips iiml funilly, 1000 WPS I Ohickasawbii. They will IK- motoi- cd home l>y Mrs. Phillips, who will KO on lo Nashville. . Mrs John I.ovclncc is in Mom' phis fur an eye operation she was both owned by aunts. 'i iu:coiii|iiinlcd by ln'r daimliti'i 1 . Mr 111 the. largest doll dli'isloii. nisi Bessie Miyton. Also ijoinK to Mcm- place was nwnrded to Tommta Ann P !l| s to In' with lii'r was Davis, second to Ann Golf and third daiichU'r. Mrs. Cinrlaiul Chambei- to Louise Sullivan. I lain "f El Dorado. For the smallest doll, Tommi,- Ann " """ ' Davis was first, Norman Moore, sec- mention went to dolls i-utcred b Jimmle Horner and Hnford Youiij Mr. and Mrs. D. .Simmons left. this mot-Minn (or Helena, llicy will attend the animal S;:rii ,' Deen Wright's rag doll received first :errmonial of Saharu Tc'inple, which ruling and second and third wiinl 11,50!) Sliriiirrs trwii four stares will ond, and Peggy Kllcdsie. tliiirt. Piilti At Church to Marilyn naueliprly aiul Lypdii Kny Maynard. For the olck-sl doll, (i,.;t, place went to Juanlta Fergiison for a GIT- man doll more than 100 veai's old, second place to i doll entvrrd by Charles McDanlel which iirwi \>i- longed to his jjruiulmollicr for 71 years and third place lo Ciall Whlt- sitt for a doll more than M years old. The dolls were exhibited' din-iiig the afternoon. They Includ?.! many from other countries. A prn:{r:im! presented by the Tri-Hi-Y croup. made up of high school p.irls. wan Iheir version of "The Wciulin; of the Painted Doll" in pantomino. Pnrtiei])!iling were Dorothy Him, narrator; June SI ires, atvniiipaniil; Louise Sullivan, bride: Putty Uar- Iholomew, bridegroom; .loan Lui.'., bridesmaid; Sara Boh Sllhvpli. ilciw- m-girl; Cailyu Sue Stilwoll, (rain- bearer; Pnige Ralcliff, Moai-lier; Oleta Bailey, Red Rlillu,; Tlru:l; Dona Bohannon, Jumping -lack: P.it Hay, Duster Brown; Murcl.-i Mc- Orcgor and Belly Reid, dollies in follies. and Clauricc Maxwell, mother. President of Ihe group is Dorothy Linn and Juno Stlres was program cha'.rman. Hy EPSIK K1NARD NEA F.-isliiini Mitor YOH I. (MI A) _ d-os ed b ' in liout ti-i clitioniil white, aiul l>ii_alt OLII in color this Colored crepe sugared with hand-embroidery and lace mak tacquts mid coats for daddy darling. Dresses in bon bon shades of pinl-:. blue- and maize- make locidlers look good enough to set teeth lo. r Yolande these tr.ls (jrown-ttp styling boluc \ .11 limes pulled Ue\L or pouch pockets Dotted swiss, batiste, sheer handkerchief lawn is turned into confections w i t h hand-embroidery p n i n I hc-m-slilchiny md corded piping. Color, however, yields lo ti-adi tionnl while for christen in*; dresses. Created in, two. lenc.llis dress rales heirloom impor tnncc- by combining sheerest ba liste or organdy u-ith finesl hand work. its lu.\ui-y look is enhanced by (Uiaiity lace ;md Ion:; ribbon streamers SATURDAY, APRIL, 20, 194Y attend. :."r.s. Cln.r'i 1 ?, I.:in<;':tcm and .so l Chiirle:;, n-turm-il thi:; rmiriiin from Mi-mptiis, whore the 1 tern th« i.nst four days. Wlii c then', they consulted n special! t, for Churlo.s. Mrs. Floyd llnriilsoii is ill of .\ severe cokl and toiidncd to her Intne at U02 West Ash fH. Dr. 'E(ln:i Nios bus rctiimed from Memphis, win-re .she lias hfpn Hi p:ist two duys. Miss Jean Antiuntruiit of lion Ion. Texas, is thu miesl of her Dili- cuts. Mr. mid Mrs. c:iy.!<: Avn-.a:i li-oul. Mrs. O. Shonyo and lu-r hous kjueKl, Mrs. Violet Donijla.i of Wlr.s low, Ariz., have ipturncd frtxn Plor- Ula. where they spent Hirer' on a Vacalion U'tp. They v-ojit irom Miami to K«y West inul loured in- ttn'osiing spots ilu'iiiitiluitit I-loii:! Mrs. Shonyo ami Mrs. D-')iic.la>: |)l:'.n to make u Iri]) to C-.U ; .'..jrni.! in early ^tay. We the Women day of May, 1947, offer for sale thc following described personal properly on the prcmlses'of Ihi? homestead formerly occupied by the deceased G. C. Wcdlcy at 405 North Sixth Street. 'Die purchaser ai said sale shall be required to pay cash lor same and Immediately remove same from said premises. PROPERTV One 1SH1 Chevioiet Two-Door Sedan. One 1047 Hi Ton Chevrolet Truck. One Lot of Tin Roofing. One Case (Six-Cut) Combine. One Poison Machine. One Two-Piece Living Room Suite. One End Table. One Cane Bottom Hockliu Chair. One Cabinet. Radio. One. Wool RUB. One Nine-Piece Dininc Room Suite. - One Oil Heater fncw). One Four-Piece Room Suite. Three Extra Chairs. i One Butane (Gas) Cook Stove and Water Heater. One General Motors nefi igeralor. One Washing Machine. One Pom- Piece licdrcom Sulle (Mattresses and Springs). Two Iron l!ed Steads with Mat- Iresses nnd Springs. One Chc.st of Drawers. One Dresser. Three Linoleum Hugs. G. w. BARIIAM Actmi'iir.trntor. 4i2B-S!J IN MEMORIAM , In loving memory of our beloved wife and daughter, who passed away April 27, 1940. Beyond the suivset. O glad reunion with our dear loved ones who've gone before, in that fair home land we'll know no parting, beyond the sunset for evermore. H.'L. Halsell, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. E. II. Deatte Mr. mid Mrs- H. L. Ilnlsell. Sr, Boxer Short Sefs for Boys Sires 2-7 The TOT SHOP I^aith is "• more' than believing, the Rev. L. o. Miller, pastor of , New Liberty. Baptist Church, told 88,-members of 'Mississippi 'County Women's Missionary Union at the second TjuftrteHyinieetlV that 1 and tisj CnurcY?. i y i - - i 1 . The Rev. Mi-. Miller said faith was not only thinking beneving;"lt was- doing. Members'- ot~ the New Liberty' WMU were in..charge of .the pro. gropi, with the: devotional topic "What, Is' This Faith 1 .' 1 ' us tha theme. Mrs. Clyde Webb cave th.e devotional. Mrs. S. L. McNnir. also or - New Liberty, was program leader. Pillowing the Rev. Mr. message, a luncheon was served. in the afternoon businesa session, Mrs. Orrln Hunt of Number Nirte -Baptist' church," president of the! county orgahi/atjon, .was '-. in charge. A nominating committee selected to nominate officer candidates was made up"of Mrs. R N Pox of Manila, Mrs. A. F. Glascoe of Osceola, \irs. Ebb Carson of Blytheville, Mrs. D.~C. Keltner of EeH and Mrs. D. W. Younc o' Cole Rfdge. , : "•• " A playlet prcsentefa !n thc afternoon jjy Ne^ r Liberty women was entitliU , "Tithe or Not. to Tithe" and Mrs. Miller's closing medita- BY HUTU [MIM.F.TT NKA SLiff -Writer '•[ know he shouldn't be listcnin;' !o all those ^itli'str p.oii.lms said the mother of an 8-year-old. •iiut after "" -,vhat can paicnt, do? 11 , Tliey c.in turn tlie radio off with a fli:k of< tiio wrist. '1 h \t s all there is lo il ; Ami Uifcy rli'n* « yiccd' i .to give J m- ior his own rucllo. so ho can i;o to hi.s room, close !lic doer, and li.;- Rnfli i\lillr<l i ten to Hanpstci- talk :in<i violent ] murder by Ihe hour. AS for tti," l MONDAY- | livini! room r.idio, Ihev cortain'.y Miss Jetlyc Clan- Huffman hos- can exert' a little i-ontroi over that. less to OEO Club. I rrhej- tell Junior hew much Woman's Missionary Society 'il spending money he can have. They The dainty snrquc. upper left, in petal pink rrone has a tiny collar cdccd in point lurcnie nnd lonnril cnrcled pipiiiK which also bands (he elbow length sleeves. Kxquisilc handwork adds to thi charm of tin- toddler's dress, tipper rifiht. of line paste] Iriindkercliief lawn. Dress has pulTed slcex .-s mid liny nnncli pocket. White orgartdy christenIIIK ili-i-ss, lower left, is frosted with hand tin- bii,iiifii inn) touches of lace on slccvrs and bodice. Salin streamers fall from nccUlinu to hern. WMS to Present Program i The Woman's Missionary Society of .C!ear Lake Baptist Church will present a program for lh p church tomorrow anil plans for Ihe pr-j- scntallon were made Thiirsdny afternoon at a Royal Service meeting at the home of Mrs. J. T. Simpson, , , I •! Following the program. Ihe ciijji'. members -present had a business session'. ' ' ; Coming Events i, Lutheran Hour To Be Devoted To Anniversary observance of the lOOlli an- Drcw Cuunty Votes For l>?ijal Sale df Liquor forenoon nnd six (G:flO) o'clock in the afternoon on the tw-'H'Ui (!2th> Listen to Showers of Blessings Over KLCN Tomorrow Morning at 8:30 a.m, Sponsored by Cluircli of The Niizfircne Dr. W. C. Grice Veterinarian BACK at Dell, Ark. 25. tion ^^jas "He Took It Upon' Hira- sehi^vMrs..., Harry. Ray president of-' Blythevil.o J vl ?-! c SC.^M'*'"'number oi repiesen- tetiyes. at the meeting, led the benediction prayer. CaruthersYille Girl Tp Cnlvary Baptist Church meeting in ciri'le group.s Circle One meeting with Mrs. J. L. Wnllncc. Ciivlc Two pith Mrs. Dixie Morris; Circle Three with Mrs. Harry M-ilzius; Circle Four with '.Mrs. SlieLjurML 1 .Brewer; Circle-Fii- c with Mrs. T. H. I Hayncs and Circle Six with Mm. Cey Hunt. Mrs. R. W. Woolen will bs hos- ess to Business Women, Circle Eight, of First Bfplist Church. TUESDAY 'Mrs. C. T. Shamlin hostess to Avalon Bunco Club. 'Mrs. Dixie Crawford of Jones- bbro, formerly of Blytheville. will entertain members of Tuesday Bridge Club at her home in Jonesboro. ' WEDNESDAY Mrs. p. O. Caudlll will entertain Town tm'cl CovintrV Club. -Mrs. w. J. ; Pollaru ciiU'rlaiiiini: Wednesciay Bridge Club. THURSDAY Mrs. Wilson will entertain Oc- tette Club. Mrs. W. B. Tanner will eiitertnin Thursday Luncheon Club. Jolly Eight Ciiib will be guests ol Mrs. T. W. Ooforth. lell him we he is old cnr.tiRh t drive Uir family car. They see thiu he i;oes In school. RADIO 1IAU TIIE-.U L'.CKKl) But liit> r.ulio ]v.i,-; j:ai-u]its lic'::t'.-l. They think that thc Vholi. sibilily lies with those who write ^ had been made of the; engagement and approach- w g r "*? iaEe or Mls s kalherlne Magee,,.daughter of Mr. and Mrs Donald v. Magee of Caruthersville to James Hall Tankersley of Paducah, Ky. Date and plans for the wedding will be announced later. Courier News Want Ads Mrs. Lendennie Fowler hc;>trsi to CBC Club. MONTTCELT.O, Ark.. April iUI > i--V.'itli only six precincts un- repottecl, the votei.s of Drew County apparently have approved con- nlvcrsary Iciniirrow of the Missouri I tln '"' tl ^'"^ salc of 'i<l»or. A local 'fcyuod Lutheran Church, John W.! °l' l!a " election was held yesterday htiii.kcu. D. D., president of the M V't" the vote m 1!) out of 25 prc- M-ssvsirJ Synod Lutheran Olixiroh;'""«?. . . will'rtcliver -'h Centennial message I r!lr : o'-lin""'". Oosnrver# srtul Hie. over tin: nationwide facilities ot • ?,Vj cl: l".reoinct s would not. change Col!i;niua Bro;uli:l.sling System on t!:e "Clitn-.-li or the Air" program, tho Kcv. Robert Jaeger, paster of Pi'-'rim Liiilliernn Church here, said Idda'y. Tlic broadcast wil: originate in St. Louis tram slalion I«IO-x! M3V'PHT3. Tenn.. April '.'.R (UPI iron U to i):M a.m. - I — w. A. Collidgc. Helena. Ark., w-vs '1I: L . Inleniatiuiial LutiicranSIO'.ir,' elected president of thc Mississippi EpjnsuiTii ;jy laymen of Ihe rele- Valley Intri ior Cotton Compress" & unittni; Missouri Synod, largest :a- Cotton Warehouse Association ;•', dio mission in the world, will also the croup's meelhu: here yesterday. | renier its is.-oijruin nraund tlie Ci'n-i The meetini; was told that fire icsiioii-ju-piii.il i-i-.i-;ralicn. I In.-.scs in southern cotton comprcs- 'Pre.siilcnt, Harry 3. Truman join-1 •'cs and vvarc'hiniscs were reduced the vote in 10 out of 2 to C84 in favor of leg«! f , ,r!lr! of-linuor. Ocsprver.^ 1 F V.reoinct.s woukl jihe outcome. Voters in the city of iMonti:rl]o. however, dlsnpprovrrr the sale of ;ic/iior by one vote. | Name Helena Man Irom mulcrfoot. So parents let him uuiii iiiitu-i 1001. t-io i>arrnis el nun;:, ' , , : •• J hav 0 « radio and ilien romrlaln lh !" ou!il1 " 1|; l 1 "'-'-'"'^ "> the Gos- b-cnuse ;;:«ncjnd v doesn't do s oiur- r ""'- ;:l! :lis:> '" '"':"»!: children tiling obaut "those a.vful i'rnl;ram.s lu :;(: .l"' 1 "'' 1 ! 1 ; 1 ^ v:hii;h make every <'Vc]iing." chnmpicn todny. Tho lln.vwund Cmmlv yonnpslor wr,n the i:li:nnpiou.ship from a fie'.di if -lo I'irls anil seven Uoys la-U 1 lii'ht. Site will rnmpcte in I hi: I National S|n-lliiiR Hri- Finals in i Wn.sliin^ton ^fay 1$. j Lena Poole. Pontnlor Count-'. Miss.. \va.- seronil; liettv Lou To-' •">r. itidaelv. Tenn.. was 'third; and Marilvn Gliiscow. 13. Krniu-tt. Mo . was fonrlli. Olennu Claude SiKs'jy. i IJerler. Ark., was named Arkans-!.i! lor go;>,t citizenship. M:r,- Ciodciin-J liuuo to iilcs.s unu- enflciivors." In tin- Matter nf thc iMatc. of O. C'. AVailicy. Dcrcasril. NOTK'K Notice is lierehy given Dial I will as administrator nf the E;,la:« nf G. C. Wadlt'y. deceased. 'o?Lwicn Ih hours of leu HO:fiOi o'clock in thr Brownsville Girl Wins Mid-South Spelling Bee MEMPHIS, Tenn:. A-ril 2B (UP) —Emily ilann High," 13-year-old eighth-grade pupil of Anderson Grammar Schoool. Brownsville. Tenn.. was the .mid-soulli .s;)clhii!: Panamo Hqfs Cleaned & Reblocked The Jolins Shop .03 \V. Alain High School Auditorium Tuesday, April 29th, 8 p.m. Admission 35c and 50c SERVICE HEAL PROJECTION Blytheville Steam Laundry-Cleaners Phone 418 Duo-Therm Fuel Oil Heaters 50,000 RTU Duo-Therm heaters arc now in stock and ready for immediate delivery. These beautiful heaters are of walnut'brown finish . . . designed especially for the two to four room apartment or home. This is your chance to huy that heater you need. See it on tlisphty in our store. ADAMS APPLIANCE CO. j. w. ADAMS; M gr . 208 West Main Rhone 2071 CREAM DEODORANT Generous $ 1 size jar For limited time only Try this fomoiis cosmetic deodorant once null yoiiMI usn il nlways! Prolr.cla ac.iinst pcr^piralion odor nml checks perspiration moisture. Guards your personal ch.irm pffectively, raithfully. Unusually gentle lo your skin and your rlolhes. Surrounds you with n deli- ealc fragrance. Stays nioisl and creamy. longer. Gel yours now ami save half! Get Other Tussy Products at Our Store Too! OD'S DRUG STORE 22T West Main Phone 507 Wont to Keep Healthy? Tnkit Inrkhli L.itli^I Tlu-t-c- l.allis knuivn Ih,- wcii-lil .,vi-r fur llii'ir lil.lllllflll qimlilii* :nv ,:.... „-.':. i I, bl- 10 J-ull rifhl ll.'fi! ill ISlylln-villi'. Artie's Beauty Shop :ii:i N'urlli ^o.-niul .Stj-.-i-i I'Jinii^ ^ri') * WE BUY * WE SELL USED FURNITURE JIMMIE EDWARDS FURNITURE CO. 313 E. Main Phone Continuous Shows Every Day Hox Office Opens 1 :45 Show Starlw 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 8:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 P.O.. SATURDAY Singin' in the Com with Judy Canov.i Serial "Son «f C.uardsmau" No. ami Selected Short Cont'd Shows Sat. 12:30-11:311 Sunday and Monday Paramount News ai'll Shorts Cpniinuous ^liow Sun. 1:1^-11:00 Box Office Opens at 6:30 Opens Snnday '•«>.; starts 1:15 Conllnnous Si ,v > S-U . n <) Sim. Bargain Nlghl f »»— Ni g i,t Except Sat.irjiMr lfc '*• "•"* honored on ^anday at Ihe Ilosy. Saturday Haunted Mine ttitli Johnny Mack lirimn &' Serial: "Mysterious Mr. M" Nn. !1 anil -Shorts Co' 'd SNOW? Sat. I2:3(V.VSO Sundny nnd Monday Jesse James with Tyrone Power and Xanty Kelly Cont'd. Shnws Son. l:l. r .-ll:(Ki Fo\ News * Sclecled Short Subject

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