FOtJK BT,TTHEVIM,E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Society, NewA, Mulliiu, Society Ktlitor f Pho/>« <M(jl Ev«lyn Pigg To Be Married In February l«r. »n<! Mr». John Alfred r\gf ' ol O«ceola *nnounuce the eiignge- »»nt of their daughter. Miss Evelyn J*«n Pigg. to l.t. Guy Newcomb of •lut Mountain, Miss., son of Mr. »nd Mrs. Nolan Newcomb, of Blue Mountain. Mlw Pigs Is the niece of Mrs.. Oror|< Roland Green, and the lite Judge Oreen ol Blythevltle. MlM Plgg wns graduated from C*ceola High,, School, where she WM K membeV of the National Honor Society and Beta Club. She attended I.indenwood College at Kt. CharlM, Ma., and was graduated from Vanderbllt University, where •he WA.I A member of the Pi Beta Phi, She Is » member ot the nnyal Olub nl Memphis, having served as Lftoty of the Realm In the Memphis Cotton Carntvpl. l.t. Newcomb attended fllue Mountain High School and was tradijaiiled from the University of Misstfilppl where he received It Li bachelor of science degree at the ' School of Pharmacy. He recently received hi« commission at Ellington Air Force Bnse, Tex., where he »»• chosen wing colonel ol his e«det class.'He Is presently stationed »t S»n Anionlo, Tex. . Th» marriage will be solemnised . in the afternoon of Feb. 10 at the Methodist Chnrch In O.sceola, JJBTUOTH- Kl) — Misj Evelyn Jean Pig% o! O.sceola is the bride- elect of Ll. Ciiy Newcomb, son of Mr. and Mrs, Nolan Newcomb of Blue Mountain, Miss., it was announced by her parent:), Mr. and -Mrs. Jolni Alfred I'iiig of Osceolii. Tlifc.v will he married in February. Luncheon Given For PEO Chapter Red ro.««' and blue dutch Ms etntcred the luncheon where 20 filtsts were «ated at.the home of Mrs. O. W. Affllck yesterday. , Her guest* Included members of Chapter "D" of the PEO sisterhood. - .Following lunch, Mrs. K. A. Porter presided In the absence ol the president. Mrs. E. B. Gee. The afternoon's program was liven by Mrs. R. F. Kllshncr and Mrs. C. 8. Lemons. Bridge Club Has Afternoon Game Blythevllle Country Olub was the icene yesterday afternoon for a meeting of members of the Town mud Ooumitry Club, when Mrs. A. B. HecM was hostess to the group, All members attended the weekly let-logther. . Winners of the afternoon's bridge inrnrs Included Mrs. James B.'Clnrk flrst place, and Mrs. F. B. Whltner second. Tops In Wardrobe Plans DAR Chapter Has Luncheon-Meet Hostesses for a mretlng of the Cliarlcvoix Chapter of Daughters of Ihe American Revolution, when members met Tuesday at Hotel No- bte were Mrs. George D. Pollock. Jr.) Mrs. P. V. Rutherford, and Miss Cordelia Wllhltc. Decorations for the room in which the three-course luncheon was held (insisted of Inurcl greens and pot- cd plnnU. Mrs. K. B. Woodson presided over the meeting, which was begun with ;>taycr by the chaplain, Mrs. R .C. rtose. Delegates and alternates (or tl.c Stiite Convention In Fayetlcvlle, 'eb. 24-26. when the-Marlon Clmp- er «-lll be host, were elected. They nclliilc Mrs. fe. J..Cine, Mrs. James B. Clark, and Mrs. 6eor«E Pollock, Tr., delegates: and Mrs. W. A. Af- llck. Mrs. J. Louis Cherry. Mis. J. C. Kills. Mrs, O. O. llardaway, Mrs. H. W. Wylle and Mrs. Aubrey Comvay. Alternates lo the National Con- ;|-esi of DAK to be held In Witsli- .ngton, D. C., In April are Mrs. Olark', Mrs. .Wylle. Mrs. Kills, Mrs. Cure, Mrs. Rose and Mrs. Rutherford. Mrs. Woodson gave the press dl- iest report nnd In other business, Mrs, Clark was selected lo write Charlevolx history for the state fllM, A program on historical churches of the South was led by Mrs. E. E. Stevens. 8818 By Sue Burnett The most Important pair In your warm weather wardrobe plans—the »ltm. youthful bare-arm dress that's » daytime companion, plus a new- lookhig collared bolero that combines for a go-everywhere costume. Pattern No. 8918 Is a seiv-rlte perforated pattern in sizes 10, 12. H, 10 IB. M. Size 12, dress 3S yards of 39- Inch Jacket, \\, yards. For l,hl» pattern, send 30c in OO1KS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett. 37,5 qulncy st Chicago 6. 111. Ready for you now—Basic FASHION lor '52. fVH and Winter. Tills new Ijsile is filled with ideas for smart, practical sewing [or B new season; gifi pattern printed inside Ihe boo*. 25c. DOUAR-WlSt? TH£N IT'S MAYTAG FOR YOU1 129.95 Adarm Applionc* Co. Inc. British Empire Theme of Study Members o[ the Deltonlan Chapter of Delphian Society met yesterday morning at Hole! Noble for their semi-monthly program. "British Empire in World Affairs" was the title ol the day's study, which was directed by Mrs J. W. Raydcr. Mrs. Jerry Cohen spoke on "The British Empire and Self Government." and Miss Neal Liickctl's subject was "Post-War Britain. Mrs. J. C. Ixiwe spoke on "nrlt nin Crisis." and Mrs, G. W. Dil- lahmily. Jr.. used as her subject "Relations with the United States." The last part wns given by Mrs. Al- vln Hardy, whose subject was "Imperialism and Il.s Problems." Sudbury PTA Meets at School Mrs. Oillwrl Sinylhe presided at the meeting of Sndbury Parent- Tcnehers Association yesterday at the school. nhontln Eaton, n member ol the speech class at Senior High School, spoke In behalf of the Polio campaign. In preparation for the March ol Dimes Porch Light, campaign. 12 workers volunteered for the Jan 20 activities. A :if(minatlri(f committee, composed of Mrs. John Maycs, Mrs". E, D. Swanner, and MLss Mary Hubbler. was appointed. Mrs. Ocogcr Harlje gave the president's message and Mrs. Mayes gave the devotional. The next meting will IK a founder's day program and Joint meeting of all elementary school. 1 ;. Room count went to Miss Hunter's room and Mrs. D. C. McLean's room. Wednesday Club Holds Meeting Members of the Wednesday Club ;u(ltered at the Country club yesterday nfterrmotl for n luncheon and brlclce games, when two guests Joln- 1 me nibc rn. They Included Mr*. Farrii Mc- HlfjOiuid Mrs. Jesse Taylor. In the afternoon's snme. Mrs. Mc- Civliu'woh high score, and Mrs. P. E. Uluck won second place. Program Is Given For Senior High PTA "b'dncntlpn for the Kxccpllonal Child" WBS Die title of n program presented for members of the Senior High Parcnt-Tenchcrs Association Tuesday, when Mrs. H. C. Bush was In charge of the afternoon's study. Forming the panel lor discussion on the subject were Airs. w. T. Rainwater. Miss Rosa Hardy, Miss Alice Marie Ross. T. E. nowlotl nnd Mrs. j. p, Sweat. Mrs. Rainwater spoke s on the school which is being conducted at Lnngc for exceptional children. Miss Tfoss spoke on children with speech defects, nnrt Mrs. Hardy spoke on what tlie school Is doing for socia development and meeting the needs of all children. Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Modlngcr lelt today [or New Orleans, la., where they were called by (he sudden death of her nephew, Will Hodgson, Jr., who was killed In a irafflc accident there tilts morning. Mr, Hodgson, who was 24, was a frequent visitor In Blythevllle. Mrs. G. V. Daws was removed to Walls Hospital Tuesday nleht for treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. I.auman and children, Jimmy and Maud, arrived yesterday afternoon from Oxnard, Calif., for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Mmlinger and family. Mr. Lauman will leave tomorrow for Brlslol, Teiui., where he Is being transferred, anil where Mrs. I,auman and the children will join him within \ short lime. Kucene Auten left by plane for Phoenix, Ariz., where he has been transferred. Mrs. Auten and daughters, Janet, Genie, Nancy and Hmida. and Miss Etila Smith, Mrs. Alllcn's .sister, will Join him later to make their home. Mr. and Mrs. Vance Owens announce the birth of their first child, a daughter, on Jan. 9 at the Hlytlievllle Hospital. She has been named Deborah Susannc. Mrs Owens was before her marriage Miss LaVernc Hodge. Drs. Carl and Edna Nles were In Memphis yesterday and last evening where they attended the premier showing of "Mlsst.ssipnt Gambler." Mrs. J. Cecil-Lowe attended the Music Teachers Institute conducted yesterday in Memphis by John w Schiuiin of New York. She also' attended a luncheon at Hotel Pea- botly, which wa.s g| ve ,i /- or the teachers and Mr. Scrmum Kenneth Milchell, sun of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Mitchell of .Promised Land, was admitted to Walls Hospital todny with Influenza. Mr. and Mrs. John Hoskins Mitchell and Mr. and Mrs. OcraW Lee Mann and infant daughter left for Los Angeles. Calif., where they will make their home. rirl Scouts Hold • Election'Meeting Members of Girl Seoul Troop Two met at the Little House In Walker Park on Tuesday afternoon U> elect, otflceri. They Include Dolphla Mat Cole, president; Carol Beavers, vice president; Julia Ann Jordan, .secretary; Sylvia, Larfd, treasurer; Becky Utley, reporter; Sara lx>u Snow, program chairman, and Barbara Bradley, Teresa Circgor and Cecilia Henderson, clean-up committee. Gosnell FrA~Has • Meeting at School . Members of Gosnell Parent- Teachers Association met Tuesday afternoon for a business meeting presided over by Mrs. Ruby Crawford In Ihe absence of Mrs. n. L Maxwell, Miss Minnie Poster was in charge of the program, "Exceptional Children," on wlilcli Mrs. E. H. McMurray of the North Mississippi County Health Council spoke. • Mrs. Scrapes Is Hostess to Club Mr 5 _I.oy welch w«, n B uKi 0 ; Mrs OUo Rcrnpcs yesterday when she ciiterinlncd with n hi Itie'c iwrtv for members of Club Right ' Winners ol 11,0 bridge conducted were Mrs. Scrapes, first place. Mrs O. O. Poelz. second place, and Mrs. Charles Langston, brldso. The hostess served refreshments nllrmg the nftcrnaon, dog perspires through Its Bile, on the nose, and through parts of 1I 3 piiws THURSDAY, JAlf. 15, Coming Eivnts Thurtdijr Mrs. Russell Riales hostess at Timka Bunco Club Holds Meeting Here Mrs. Glen Harrington wa.5 hostes.1 lo all the members or Timka Bunco Club Tuesday evening, when a semimonthly meeting was held. A dessert course with coffee was served during the evening. . ™, .„. „„-. a na mrs Melvin in me bunco games. Mrs. Carroll Halscll, Mr. and Mrs. James Guard ijirKin won first place, Airs. Ho\v- "'"* x '~ ~"" J " ~ 7 p.m. to O. and N. Birthday Club. Bupllcat* Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble. Mrs. J. A. Leech entertains Thursday Club, i Thursday Contract. Club entertained by Mrs. Edgar Borum. Mrs. Randall Hawks Is hostess to members ol the GEO Club. Mrs. Harry W. Halnes entertains members of the Mid-Week Club at the Country Club. •Friday Mississippi County Council at PTA's has meeting at Keiser School at 9:30 a.m. Ladies Bible Class has 2:30 p.m. meeting at First Methodist Church for business and social. Hostesses are Mrs. W. II. Heath, Mrs. N. W. Kyle, Mrs. Joe Scruggs. Mrs. Sally Hubler and Mrs. J. L. Lewis. Chapter "N" of PEO has I p.m luncheon with Mrs. W. I,. Homer. Mr. and Mrs. .Russell C. Farr sre hosts for a 7:30 p.m. business meeting of Club 28. Mrs. George D. Pollock, Jr.. en tertainj members of Friday Con tract Club. Stitch and Chatter Club meets with Airs. Leon Davis at 7:30 p.m. Saturday Cotillion Club has S p.m. meeting at Hotel Noble with Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Fendler, Mr. and Mrs. B B Goodman. . . . . and Mrs. Melvin , o« ard Beshnrse won bunco prize aiii Mrs. Joe Miller won low. Sorority Holds Program Meeting Mrs. joe Freeman was hostess to o/ Beta Sigma Phi, Tuesday evening members of the Alpha Delia Chapter when a program on hair styles and I Jewelry was given by Mrs T H Caraway and Mrs. J. p. Elchieson. Following a business session, a social hour was observed and re- freshmenU were served. ahd Mr. and Mrs. Walter Day en tertalnlng. About 28',000 U. S. Navy personnel are in travel status at all times, according to estimates. Fast HtMHCH[ Relief MOVtO gllUQHS OF TIMES BY MILLIONS Of PEOPLE Blyltievllle Hospital Dismissed .James Ed Beavers, city Lima Kay Penn, City Howard Caldwell, city Mrs. -Henry Neal, Holland Jackie Richardson. Citv Walj Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Meal McCormlck and babv City Mrs. Cecil Brittaln and baby. Cilv Mrs: Ludle Johnson, City Mrs. Dorothy Crawford, Hermondale Annie B. Jones. City KIDNEYS MUST REMOVE EXCESS WASTE Nagginff backache, IMS of p«p andenercr. headaches and dizziness may be due to slowdown of kidney function. 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