The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 13, 1949 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, August 13, 1949
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TWO BLYTHEVTIXE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS 1ATUKDAY, ATJOTST IS, tf« Socleta Aleuti oM 4461 Miss Parks Plans Afternoon Wedding Marriage of Miss Betty Scholze To John Daniel Wade Announced Mis* Mary Ann Parks will become the bride of Edgar poison Oslin, Jr., of Little Rock in late alter- noon ceremony August 28 at the marriage of their daughter, the tor- First Methodist Church here. I mer Miss Betty Lou Scholze, to Plans for the wedding, announced [John Daniel Wade, son of Mr. and today by the bride-elect, reveal (hat j Mrs. W. E. Wade of Biytheville. the Rev. Roy Bagley, pastor oi the 'Hie wedding was solemnized Aug- church, will unite the couple in double-ring rites at 4 p.m. Miss Parks has asked Miss Marilyn Deen to be her maid of honor. Bridesmaids will be Miss Julia Mr. and Mrs. Otto Scholze of Waldenburg, Ark., announce th« list 28. 1948, but announced only Ann Paisley, or Liltle Rock, a clavmate o[ the bride-elect while at Southern Eeminary In Biiena Vista, Va., and Mi;s Rosemary Johnston. A program of nuptial music will be presented by Mrs. Dalton Fowl- sion, organist, and Miss Jo Ann Tiiesehman, vocalist. Max A. Pavks will Sive hln daughter in marriage and Lynn Bearden of Lcachville, a cousin of Mi.« Parks, will be rmgbearer. Mr. Oslin will have Lloyd L. Lynn. Jr.. of Little Rock as his best man. Ushers will include James N. Paris, brother oi the bride-cltct. and Lewis E. Thompson, it.. Lt. Edmund Smith, and Meyer Marks. all of Little Rock. David Taylor Hyatt. Jr., ot Little Rock, will light Ihe tapers, Following the ceremony a reception for oul-of-town guests, member* of [he wedding party and relatives will honor the couple at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Parks on chickasawba Street. Miss White to Marry Travis Deen This Month The engagement and approaching marriage of Miss Nancy Ann White to Travis S. Deen is announced today by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Howell White. Mr. Deen Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Hershel Deen. Plans for the late August wedding will be announced later. Miss White was graduated from Biytheville High School this year She was a member of Quill and. Scroll. Future Homemakers of America, and the A Capella choir. Tor two years she played on the girl's basketball team. Mr. Deen is also an ahimnus of Biytheville High School, having received hl« diploma In 194J, He was * member of the Future Farmers of America. He Is now employed by Nabert Grocery. recently. The Rev. M. C. Whitten united the couple at his home in Hernani, Mississippi. Both Mr. and Mrs. Wade are students at Arkansas State Teachers College in Conway. They will graduate in June of next year. The couple will arrive in Blytlie- vllJe" today for a short visit with Mr. ajul Mrs, Wade at their home on Davis Street. Mrs. Wade is a graduate of Wal- rtenburg schools and Mr. Wade attended schools In Tupelo. Miss., before moving lo Biytheville. Biytheville Girls Attend Little Rock Rush Party } Two Biytheville girls are In Little Itock today as guest* of the Delta Gamma sorority for its annual «tat*-wlde rush party In the Continental Room of the Marlon Hotel. They are Misses Barbara Monaghan and Mary Ann Smith. Miss Monaghan will be a sophomore at the University of Arkansas this fall and Miss Smith is trariMerrmg to the University after two years at Teraa St*te College for Women In Denton. Motoring the two prospecllve Biembers to the capital city for the affair were actives Virginia Swearengen and Frances Shoilse. rush chairman and vice-president, respectively, of the University chapter; Nancy Partlow, Delta Gamma attending the University of Alabama, and June Hardwick of Osce- oia. a transfer from Oie, Miss. While there Miss Swearengen and Miss Shouse will attend the wedding of their sorority sister, MLw Beth Neiklrk, and Miss Shouse will serve at the reception follow- Oklahoma Girl Engaged lo David G. Sylvester Mr. ami Mrs. Ben Culver, of Paw- huskn, Olcla., have announced the engagement or [heir daughter, Ml.vs Mary Margaret Culver, lo David Gaincs Sylvester of Blythcville. son of MI. and Mrs. Raleigh Sylvester. The wedding will be an event of September 7 In Ihe First Christian Church in Pawhuska with the Rev. J. E. McCoy, pastor of the church, officiating. Miss Culver has chosen her slstei Miss Betty Nell Culver, as her maid of honor. Candlellghters will be Miss Carolyn Labadie anrl Miss Mary Blanton, both of Pawhuska. Thomas Sylvester will serve his brother as best man. Ushers will be Bill Joe Culver, brother of Miss Culver. Sid Oradsky of Washington, D.C.. Jerry GladsUiln of Little Rock, and Joe Allen of Pawhu.ska. The ushers are all Sigma Clii fraternity brothers of the bridgroom. Miss Culver was graduated from Pau-huska high school with the class of 1942 and received her B.A. degree In social science from Oklahoma A. and M. College In Stillwater In 1946. While there she was active in the YWCA. the Women's Athletic Assoclntion and Pi Epsilon Alpha, honorary religious sorority. For the past two and a state welfare department. Mr. Sylvester was a member of the Biytheville High School graduating class of.1945. He was a member of the Red Razzoo and Beta clubs. He attended Texas A. and M. college in College Station and served 20 months in the Army of the United States. He Is now a senior student in engineering at Oklahoma A. and M. and a member of Sigma Chi. social fraternity. He will continue his studies there In September. Avalon Bunco Club Mrs. John naniel Wade Guests From Wide Area Attend Dessert Bridge Guests Irom, several towns In Mi.--sis.sippi County and Missouri attended 'he dessert bridge given yesterday afternoon In ihe Mirror Rcom of the Noble Hotel by seven^. Mrs. Joe Kochenclerfer, Mrs. Joe Hires, Mrs. Lester Stevens, Mrs. Sani Bowen and Mrs. Russell Bowen, all of Luxora, Mrs. F. L. Gladish of Qsceola and Mrs. Roland Green entertained 28 tables of guests. Recent Bride Showered At L. R. Matthews Home Miscellaneous jlfu were ahower- ed on Mrs. Hlldred Bunch, a recent bride, last night at * party given for her at the home of Mm. L.R. Matthews on North Highway 61. Hostesses were Mrs. Matthews, Mrs. Russell Bunch, Mrs. Clyde Bunch. Mrs. L. T. Bumhatn, Mrs. Paul Abbott and Miss Mary Alice Burtch. Pink roses arranged In « low crystal bowl flanked by triple pink tapers in crystal holders centered the dining table, laid with a lia»d- mad« Chinese linen cloth. Individual white cakes Inscribed "Topia id Hil" were served with punch. Mrs. Russell Bunch presided al the punch bowl, around which more pink roses were garlanded. The honoree's chair was marked with a huge pink and white bawl and she foun<j her gifts afler following a narrow pink ribbon to the room where they were displayed. She pinned to her shoulder a corsage of pink carnations and white tuberoses, gift of her hostesses. In games during the evening, prizes were won by Mrs. Calvin Hollingsworth and Mrs. Starling Bunch. Guests Included the mothers of the newlyweds, Mrs. J. W. Whitworth and Mrs. Nita Bunch. Rehearsal Dinner Given By Mrs. Charles Penn Wedding attendants and out of town guests here for the nupt.ials of Mis.? Julia Ann Woodson and Ma). John S. Hudson were honored last ni^ht at the home of Mrs. | Charles Penn with a dinner preceding the rehearsal. Mrs. Penn served the buffet-style supper from a table centered with a colonial bouquet of crown asters, strck. tuberoses in bridal white interspersed with matine fluffs and chenille hearts. The dining table was illuminated by A quartet of white tapers In cvy.sUl iioMc-rs. Floral anangements in vivid hues were situated in profusion throughout the home. Young Missco Traveler to Study Geography First-hand in Europe While other children will be reading about Venice. Nice, Paris, and BruuelU in georgrapiiy books thU fall, twelve-year old Daneue Portls of Lepanto will actually be visiting those places. Dinette, daughter of Mr. and Mr«. Din r. PortLs, will sail from New York harbor August 1* on a two-month tour of Europe and soon ht names of far-away place* will take their place beside label! of another trip last year to Mexico. 8he will leave for New York Monday, accompanied by Miss Katie Reddlclc of Memphis, a former leycher of her mother. One of several such tours sponsored by Ihe Brownell Co., the Itinerary of the young traveler will include eight countries and last until October 4. She will travel on Ihe Queen Elizabeth both ways. In England she will dock at Southhimpton and go from there to Holland. Brussels, Luxembourg. Lucerne. Switzerland Strea. Milan. Venice, Florence. Rome, Naples, Sorrento. Sienna, and Rappallo In Italy, concluding in France with Nice, Paris and Cherbourg. Her trip was originally planned with her neighbor in Lepanto. Mrs. . eel her trip. Rather than disappoint dick, paid in full. The trip, by Ihe way. will cost Profusions of red roses, and yel- Ml« Woodson attended the event low anr! white crysanthetmims 111' 1 " a CK Ul vases were reflected in °^"^' ovcr P lnlt taffctil ' Comp !'- lall cry: the mirrored walls of the room and placed in the windows. During the afternoon's games, a leather card table set was presented to Mrs Grant Collar of Ras-sett for hl(?h score Other prizes went to Mi.s Elliott Sartain. Osceoia. a blue boudoir chair; Mrs. Bettye Nell St?rr. Osceoia. table lamp: Mrs. Floyd Rcse. Wilson, and Mr.s. Donald Wertz. Osceoia, sterling silver Osceoia. silver centerpiece tray. Fidel is Class Meets For Covered Dish Supper A covered dish supper at the home of Mrs. E. R. Jackson Thursday night v/as given for the Fidelis Sunday School Class of the First mentm ghcr hairdo wa.s a white sardenia presented by Mrs Reeves 34 guests included Misses Allen. The Wynne Brasfield and Betty Ruth Phillips of Birmingham, Ala.. Miss Jo Antic Edrington, Warren, Ark.; Miss Muriel Stuck, White Plains, N. Y., Mrs. J. B. Simms, Lake Village; John L. Reeves. Memphis; Mrs. Elmer Woodson. and Bits of News DANETTE PORT IS OF LE PANTO Her Mexican tour was tak- . Eva Dalrley. as her companion. But en wlth hcl . mother. Mrs. Portls and Mrs. Dalrley fell ill and had to con- Daneitc's grandmother, Mrs. A. W. will fly to New her hours visiting time permltled Ihe ocean liner witli her. Danette. though, she chose to give y orl[ ci(v Thursday morning to bid the Journey to her sister, Mrs. Red- ner fan voyage and spend the four on about $2000. plus $500 spending " ThV"inevitable 'aues'tTo'n of »,.money, and has been planned for| v ious schoolmates of Danettc's Is " " ! answered thusly: she took private lessons this summer to make up the United for the lime she will "lose" In school five months. The teen-age well-acmiainted States, having visited all but eight | dvirln'g her"Journey! tourist Is already Miss Turk Receives Gifts at Mallory Home Miss Blllie Jean Turk, fiancee of Millard Edds, was again honored last night when Mrs. Leslie Moore, and Mrs. R. V. Mallory gave a shower at the Mallory home. Miss Turk's gifts were presented in the name of the beginners department and intermediate girls' auxiliary of the first Baptist Church, where she is secretary. The 25 guests were teachers in those divisions. Miss Turk's chair was marked with a white satin bow and she was presented a corsage • of white asters. Baptist Church. Mrs. Floyd Simpson and Mrs. Yellow gladioli, white stock, verbenas and tuberoses were arranged . „ , - - , ln » low bowl on the lace-covered = s Martha Woodson. Little Rock; | m »>n table. Two white tapers cast and Mrs. Herman Mattocks. Mis* j * soft glow as refreshments of Sonia Mullocks, Mrs. John S. Hud- P unc h and cake were served by Sr and Miss Oeraldine Phil- ' Mrs - Raymond Zachery and Millie Ann Mallory. who assisted her mother with the party. The honoree's plate was designated by a satin bow around the lips, all of New Bern, N. C., relatives o! Maj Hudson. Mrs Penr. was assisted by Mrs. B. S. Reeves and Mrs. J. L. Lewi* of Lake Village. ••;'•' Mrs. Broadaway Gives sr Kansas Guest cup attaching rings. double wedding Guests Included Mrs. C. E. Edds and Mrs. C. J. Wilson, mother and sister of Mr. Edds. Mrs. E. F. Shet- Dixie Following Oroville, Calif., Mrs. Morris were co-hostesses. j Mrs. J.L. Broadaway yesterday j Moor « P * s ^« and houseguest Mrs. short business ,es-; invited seven friends to meet her i _ Ha ^ cl .? ran P. en ' Mrs. Lin wood Lewis tlesworth Moor « P * of Plays at Gilbow Home ruiiuwntg a suuri Res-: *>"ii->." o^n.»i n,t,iv..i w intti. .it. i j .. - — sion conducted by Mrs. Ney Hunt,; mother. Mrs. C. L. Butler of Coffee- | """ ""' A1vi " Hu "m»". Jr- be- vlce-presldent. the book "Smile. '. vllle. Kans., at an informal after- ' !K1 " tne departmental officials. Please" was reviewed by Mrs. W. | "oon party. Please" was reviewed by Mrs. Marion Williams. The Jackson home was vividly Mrs. Bill Qllbow was hostess to .decorated with garden flowers. the Avion Bunco chib Thursday aft- ertjoon. Bunco was won by Mrs. Raymond Shamlin witii high prize going (o Mis. Norval Humphrey and low to Mrs. John Mrs. Gilbow served noon party. Each puest was presented a linen guest towel by the hostesses, who . - - served a salad plate. f : ... Mixed summer flowers were attractively r.iranged in the entertaining rooms. Mrs. Butler, who has been here several weeks, will return to her John Arends, who recently S home about, the end ot thij month. course with iced drinks. a dessert in?. The party tomorrow. will return here Lawn Parly Surprises Honoree on Birthday Twelve members of Miss Donna Newcomer Complimented At Dessert Bridge Party Mrs. moved here Irom Charleston, Mo.. I was introduced yesterday at a des- For Nie occasion she decorated j -ier>- bridge given in her honor at her home with numerous bouquets of varicolored gladioli. Mrs. Copeland Hostess To CBC Club and Guests Mrs. R. A. Copeland was hostess lo the CBC Club yesterday afternoon with two guests present. They were Mrs. Roy Head Mrs. J. O. Hucy. Two Birthdays Celebrated With Dinner Party, Gifts A double birthday was the occasion for a dinner party given at Coining Evtrttt Mr. and Mrs. Loy Welch have returned from a week'i visit to Hazle- hurtl Ulaa,, with Mr. Welch'* tia- en, Mra. W. R. Oral* and Mlu Theoda Welch. Mrs. Leslie Barnes and daughter, Barbara; Mr«. Orady God and ion, Gary; Mr>. Mllford Miller. Mri. Willie Reddick and Mri. Delbert Reddick and son, Dennie, spent part of this week with thtlr sister, Mrs H. O. Mou and family, in Boone- vllle, Miss. Mr. and Mrs. James Pinyon announce the birth of a daughter Thursday at Walla Hospital. She lias been named Linda Doris. The Pinyons have another child, James Albert Jr., two years old. Charles McDaniel Is spending the weekend In Memphis as the guest of Eugene Rich and parents. While Ihere he will attend the MOAT production of "The Chocolate Soldier." Miss Mary Ann Parks Is leaving (or Little Rock tomorrow where she will spend a week as the guest of her fiance, Edgar D. Oslin Jr.. and his molher. While there Miss P_arks will he the guest of honor at a number of interesting events. Staff Sgt. Cleo D. Allen has bc:n transferred from Scott Field. III., to Biloxi, Miss. Mrs. Allen, the former Miss Bettye Jean Goforth of here, daughther of Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Goforth. has moved there lo make her home. Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Bugg were in Anna. III., this week to attend the races. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Morton will leave today on a two-week long vacation to Boulder. Colo. Mrs. Essie Davis and Mrs. Harrell Davis spent one day this week | in Memphis. I Mrs. D. G. Moore returned home Handicraft Class Will Meet Monday asters tied with pink and I B. Hollman, home demonstration tion of th ' ^ enrolled „ comD i et - ..IKVmn TUn r~n,a .-/Onir n-I, r-* aOGnt U'lll n\* »( [Tl 1H» (-rtllnfV . h""» the home of Mrs. Rouse Harp. Mrs. Hnrp presented her guest of j The handicraft class, conducted honor with a shoulder corsage of [ twice a month by Mrs. Gertrude ! white '. ~ ~ sreen ribbon. The same colors were i agent, will meet In the county i-arvied out In Ihe three small ta- I agent's olfice in the Court House bles decorated with circles of green j *' 7: 30 Monday, maline scattered with crept myrtle. I Ornamental dollj will be the class In games Mrs. Albert Taylor won ] project. a n( j i high score and Mrs. Newell Jerome' ~ 1 ' Mrs. Arends was also pre- Oiceo/o MYF Course is Completed The Rev. Roy I. Baeley. pastor of the Fust Methodist Church in Bly- thoville. was presented a gift last, j nlfht by the Methodist Youth Fel- I lowship at Osceoia. | As a piTt oi the Fellowships j Youth Week activities, the Rev. Mr. j Ba.eley completed instruction on a ' j study course last night. j Couchman, president of i the fellowship, made the presenta- Mr. and Mrs. Percy Wright on a motor trip .to Indiana and Missouri where he will attend to business In Crawfordsville, Tnrt They will return Tusday. ; Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Gay and granddaughter, Cynthia, returned today after several days In Rlpley and Covington. Tenn. C. O. Redman Jr. returned home yesterday after attending summer school at Arkansas Tech in Russell- vllle. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Sullivan and two sons left yesterday for a ten- day trip to Gary, Ind. Judge and Mrs. Hoy Harper and Lt. Bennett B. Wilson, son of Mrs.! Ml "s. W. M. Robinson of St. Louis are here for the weekend with Mrs. A. M. Butt, mother of Mrs. Harper and Mrs. Robinson. Mis. Harper will remain for several days with her mother. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Moorehead of Russellville were overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. It. E. Old. Mr. Moorehead formerly resided here. Mr. and Mrs A. L. Beeman of Lyons, Miss., will arrive today to spend several days here with their daughter, Mrs. Joe Shanks, Mr. Shanks and family, and niece, Mrs. O ."B. Hunnicutt and Mr. Hunnicutt Holland.;Mo., has been assigned to'of Dell. Mr. and Mrs. Hunnicutt mo- Companjj H. 5th Cavalry Regiment tored to Lyons for them yesterday. M*a<liT Women ol the Tlrst Pr*Bb»t*H»n Church will meet »t 3:30 p.m. at the church. Preceding will b« the executive board meeting at 1:30 p.m. and bualnes meetinfi of the circle* at ? p.m. Circle One of Ihe First Baptist Women'i Missionary Union will meet with Mrs. Joe Widdy. Circle Two of the Pint Baptist Women's Missionary Union will meet with Mrs, C M. Smart, Al 2:30 p.m. the Women's Society of Christian Service of Lake Street Methodist Church will meet at the church. Circle One. First Methodist WAGS., will meet at Mrs. R.A. Porter'* with Mrs. Mary Henley M co-hoateM, at 3 p.m. Circle Two, First Method!^ W.B.C.S, meets with Mrs. Harry Malnes at 3 p.m. Mrs. Hugh WhiUitt hcstess to Ciicle Three, First Methodist WS.C.S., al 10 a.m. Mrs Eitcp Kirby all! have Four at her home at 10 a.m. Circle Five, First Meth W.S.C.S. will 'meet at the home of Mrs. L. E. Old at 10 a.m. Mr.s Harvey Morris will be hostess to Circle Six, First Methodist W S.CJ8., at 10 «.m. Circle One, Women's MUsionm-- Union rf First Baptist Church, will meet at Mrs. Joe Wnddy's. Mrs. C M. Smart will be hastens to Circlt Two of Women's Missionary Union. Mrs Inez Gentry will be hostess to Calvary Baptist W.M.U. Circle One. Thursday Mrs Lester beams will be hostess to the Gosnell W.S.C.S. at the Method'-«t Church at 2:30 p.m. The Thursday Rook Club will meet wiih Mrs Leon Scherer. Ms Rusrsell Wert will entertain the Bly'hevllle Rook Club. Friday Miss Mildred Ann Short will become the bride of Billy Joe Gean at 7 p-ro. at the home of her par T ents on Hesrn, Mrs. Watson and Mrs. . Harold Hoed entertained in honor of their husbands, both of whose birthdays occurred yesterday. The three-course dinner and candle-lighted birthday cakes were served from a table covered with a lace cloth. Later the two men opened gifts presented them by the guests anrt their wives. Mixed flowers brightened the en- (ertaining rooms. Lieutenant Completet Communications Training B. B Wilson, 1504 Hearn Street, graduated this week from the Air Force Communication School at Scott Air Force Base. III., where he has ben .since recalled to active duly about a year ago. He «~jr; his wings in March, 1945. and then was assigned to the Air Transport Command in Michigan. Assigned to Japan Cpl. -William L. Kelly, formerly of Takejama, Japan. He was trained at Cjmp Barkley. Tex. Con rier News Want Ads. Canadian production of nickel had risen to more than 130,000 tons by 194«. SCIENCE BRIEFS Marpopct Mitchell Renortcd Better k y Atlanta Hospital ATLANTA. Aug. U CAP) —_^hospital bulletin today noted t'4j| Margaret Mitchell, who wrote of a. lost cause in "Gone With the Wind." WB.S showing signs of winning her own. During the nifrht. the hospital reported. MLss Mitchell aroused momentarily from the semi-coma into which she lapsed after being struck by a speeding car Thursday night. SKe WKX able to ask loi and drink a glass,-bf water and observe that 'he "hurt all over," before relaps- Ine into-'unconsciqusness. ; Meanwh'lle, a natioYi heart«rte<S by her tale of great courage was sending along its wishes for a speedy recovery. Like hundreds of others who found the Iron gallantry of that Civil War romance to their liking. President Truman wired, "hope you are better .won " The hospital reported her temperature had stabilized and that she was "slightly improved. 1 ' A cubic foot of irirtlum weighs 1,306 pounds, or almost twice al much as a cubic foot or lead. ! second. Gladioli and rases decorated the! scmed »'l ll; »- 8 |tl home. 1 M r - RU ^ Mrs. Arends arrived here Prizes were won by Mrs. O. O. recently an;l arrnmaklng their home Elkins. Mrs. Lcndennie Fowler and; temporarily on Walnut Street. She Mrs. Huey i is the former Miss Lucille Harp, Bohannin'i'hVih'«hwl'e«dui«nS , Y™' Oapcllllld acrvc(l a »^:dai, R hter ot Mr. and Mr.s. H. U class attended a surprise birthday v p ' party in her honor last night onj the lawn of Mrs. Charles McDaniel'* home on Davis Street. Miss Bohannon was celebrating her 18th birthday anr! her friends presented her with gifts. The dining table where the Rifts were Arrayed was centered with a floral arrangement in rainbow hues A. decorated ^"ith pink rosebuds designated Miss Bohannon's place. She wore a pink sunback dress with matching bolero for the parly. AmoriR the guestx was Bob Seaton, formerly of West Memphis, who recently came to BlytheviHe to make his home. Afr.s. McDaniel was assisted In planning the party by Mrs. J. M. Bohsnnon, molher of the guest of honor. Miss Woodson's Hostesses Invited to Coke Party Returning a compliment, Mrs. Ellis B. Woodson entertained with ' an Informal party this morning for; persons who honored her daughter, i Mi.^s Julia Woodson, with pre-nup-' tia) parties. j Miss Woodson will be married at five p m. today to Maj. John S. Hudson of Warner Robins, Oa.,; and New Bern, N.C. The occasion allowed the guests to meet out of town guests here for the wedding and to view the »1its of Miss Woodson. ; Mrs. Woodson and Miss Bettf' Woodson served Iced drinks and] a.wned parly foods. j • Out of town guests were those preatnt for the rehearsal supper la«t night, Including Mrs. John Samuel Hudson, Sr., and Mrs. Her• man -E. Mattocks of New Bern, N.C.. mother and sister ot M»J. Hudson. I'm Free Of Washday Worries! WITH NU-WA'S ROUGH DRY BUNDLE 10 e Jutt Flatwnrk Finished Wearing Apparel Slarched Shirts Finished I2c extra Pants Finished 20c exfra TELEPHONE 4474 Nu-Wa Laundry-Cleaners Six Service Truck* We Give Eagle Stamp* ed the couise. 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