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f AGf. TWO BLYTIIEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, MAY 12, 1947 -Emily Wixson, Society Editor Miss Wise Announces Weeding Date, Plans M£S Patricia -Wise, oride-elect of Clarence Webb, today ''announced date' and plans far ti'.ij iw.rrlijgo cereijiony. Thfe wedding will oc solemnized at 1 ft): 30 o'clock in the moinliig June, M nt the homo ot Uio brirtc- to-ba's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd V. Wise, 1033 Chickn-sawba Ave. The Rcv.'B. Francis MoDevltt, pastor ol the Ghiirch of the Immaculate Coi.- ception, will officiate. Mis. Hunter Sims Jr., of Memphis will l)e Mtss Wise's matron of honoi and 'Everett Peterson will bo Mr. Webt's best man. Tamers will.be lighted by Mrs Rab'e/t Lowe of Manila nnci John W. Thomas. A 'program of nuptial and rii'e- nuptlal music will be presented by Dr. Jreii Child, vocalist, and his daughter, • Carolyn. ' * . . • Four Are Hostesses With Dancing Party One of Spring's largest social at fairs' for Ihe younger set. in Blylhe ville* was a dance given Snturcia; nlglvt at The Hut by Miss LaVonn Vortioclt, Miss Maureen Hail, Mis- Nancy Hart and Miss Mary Loi Morgan, wlilch more Umn 50 guest attended. .->'--'. ^ The Hut was ; decorated wit streiiuierS 1 ' and braided ropes of I crep& paperln .vivid colors nnd sus- neiiojed balloons.;V- s_-~ — Guests included ' Dick Duerup, Geno LaPont. Orell Harris and Miss - Martha LesterfaU of Porlngiivllle, Mo.,; Dick Stacy, student ut University of Arkansas, Fnyetleville, here* for Mollie^s'-Dny, ami Charles Parker, coacru at CuraweU. Mo., Higli School-, who spe.il Mul'iier's Day^here. ' • Refreshments were sf-rvcri throughout Jhe, evening. . Bly^heville People Wifi. Attend Operas Aj large number, of Blytlieville Will Be Wed Here is Jackson bride - elect o f tl. C. W e n I h e r K Jr., it was annou need today by her imrcnts, Mr. nnd Mr.s. \V. H. Jackson. The wedding will be sol- cm nixed June. in Bits of News Indianian Heads Music at Arkansas State Carl fl. Manor, or the University of indlann music staff, has been iKimcd liead of the nepartmenl of i Music al Arkiinsus Slate College I In Joticsboi-o. He succeeds Dr. Reginald W. Martin, who resigned to > uccu|)i unotlier position. Mr. and Mrs.. W. L. Horncr and \jj.. Manor Is at present working W. I.. Jr., spent yesterday in 0 ,, ],| s i> n rj. degree at the unlvpr? .Vhi.'alley us auests of Mrs. Homer's S ||y ol Indiana and plans to com- nother. Mis. H. K. Smith. ,,],.|,, |,| s W ork by the end of the Crawford, staff Summer. lie received his bachelor- iSumtner Coming Up NEW YORK (Uf) — The New York Commerce and Industry Association lias sent its annual warning to daylight saving time state? that the date for turning clock; ahead an 27. hour this year Is April people , will - attend the operas Verdi's "Aida"' tonight and "Marriage," by Moja'rt, tomorrow night in Memphis at Ellis Auditorium. •Mrs. Rodney L. Banister, Mrs. W. ft. Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Dai- ton fC. Fpwjston .accompanied by Carroll Erans, Mr.- and Mrs. Harry KirSy, Mr. 'and Mrs. O, R. Penii nndj thcTElfon" Kiriys will attend tonight's opera. The Penn's will be joined by Mr. and Mrs. Allen Hiul- dlesjon of Brinklcy. Al}'. and Mrs. Fowlstcm also will attend .'jKlgaro"! accompanied by Misj Mary* Ami Parks nnd ; : Juajitlv McMullln, and 'Mr. Mrs! Kirby also will attend tomor- | in Little Rock. rowjiiight's opera. Others who will Miss Jackson Engaged To H. C. Weather, Jr. Mr. and Mr.s. W. 11. Jackson announce the eniiiiuement and iip- proachlny mni'riu^e or their duuKh- ter, Miss Ellouse Jackson, In II. C. Weathers, Jr.. son uf Mr. nnd Mrs. H. C Weathers of ncnr Blyllieville. The wedding will be solemnized in June. Plans will be announced Inter. Miss Jackson will yinduuti 1 li'oin TUirdctto High School In Mny. Mr. Weathers was Kt'iuiuuU'd from niythcvllle Illu.li School and Is n veteran of 31 montlus M'lvU'e In 111'' Navy, lie was on duty 2n nitnulis in the Pncllic Thculcr. Will install Officers At Senior PTA Meeting Lieutenant Bcall Weds Atlanta, Ga., Resident OSCEOLA. Ark.. May 12.—Mr. nnd 1 Mrs. Paul Hc'inbi'i'i' of Jasper. Ala., nnounci' the iniirrluyo tjf their daughter. Miss Doris Hembrce, to Lieut. O.B.) Bill Hrall of Osceoln. son of Mrs. Bcltye Nolle Starr of Senior Parcnl-Tencher A.ssoci;i- llon officers tor the school term of 1B47-48 will be installed tomorrow uflmionii at this term's flniil meeting, to lie held at the: liigli school. 3 o'clock. Mothers of eighth grade students, who will become mombcvs next year of the Senior PTA. will lie Honored guests. For the program, W. L. limner Jr., pianist, will present a solo and The ceremony, which was solon:nixed Mny (> at the Covetiant Pres- hyterlnn Cliui'ch in Atlanta, was inn-formed by the ll«v. Herman L. Turner, pji.stqr. The church wns decomted with white Hladoli nnd white Patience i oses. The bride, glvt'n in mnvrlaiie IJ.v Mel- father, won: n .shell-p'.nk slip- liei' ,s»lIn w«!(lli'K nown with Hie bustle back lalllnif into a wide train. Her shell-pink veil of Illusion was fastened to if halo of seed pearls nnd orange blosso'msV The colonial liouiincl' she carried wns accented with pink camellias- Mrs. I. H. Sinltli, the bride's sister, wns her matron of honor. Her I;O\VM was o[ ice-blue satin with n side ppplum and she carried a liovnuu't identical to Hml ot \/ bride. I,lent. Vnnn Savage of Hopewell. J Vn., served Lievifennnl n™ll as" best' man. the ceremony, a i'ccep- Miss Eugenia neinber of the New York Hernld- I'ribue, lias arrived home to spend i two-week vacation with her parents, Col. and Mis. Ivy W. Crawford. Colonel and Mrs. Crawford met her in Memphis Friday. Miss Crawford is a former Blythevillo Courier Nev;s staff member. •Mrs. lltiKli Nelson Thompson »f Cleveland. Mtss., arrived Saturday'Admitted: afternoon to spend two days with Horn her sister, Mrs. Samue! P. Norris, Butler. i ml Mr. 'Morris, and her niollier, day. Mrs. Robert 'K. Lee Kins;. Her u,,,.,, u> Mr. brother, U. Morris King of Clevu- nickiason. city, Innd. Miss., and Miss Payo .Buford tlotlt to Mr . of Ilei'iiumto, Miss., also spcnti the ir] : , M if,;,n, city, weekend here. i,,,, Mrs. Tom A. Little, her daughter, -Miss Prances Little, and son, Tom Little Jr., spent yesterday In TiiF.ealoosu. Alu.. will) Iheii' daughter mid .sister, Mrs. VV. K. Francis md family. . L Charles Parker. Alliictlc director i it Ciirdws'li. Mo., High School. spent Moihef/i Day here. Dick Slucy, student at University of Arkansas. Fayettcvittc, was !it home for Mother's Day. Mr.s. ona Mao Peoples has been removed to her home here at 2214 Carolyn St.. from Memphis Baptlsl Hospital, where she underwent an operation She was motored" home bv Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pi'uilt Saturday nnd also accoinpanyliiK her back To Blylheville were her daughter. Miss Mary Agne.s Peoples, and mother, Mr.s. carra Pruitt. Mr. nnd Mrs. George Hubbard airc in Hoi Springs for a course of baths. Mr. anil Mrs. Joe Hoach and daughter. Carole Kay, spent yesterday in Memphis visiting his mo- Summer. of music degree In 1MU and his muster's degree In IU3B at Indiana niul lor the past two years has .served as instructor and critic llii-re. At The Hospital* l;l.\"nii:VU,[,K HOSPITAL Steel Oil Barrel Racks An? BtM T. L MABRY 423 MISSOURI ST. PH. Sfi,'7 her. Mrs. C. M Tndd, Jr.. and Mr. ['odd. Mrs. A P. Burks and Frank Ashby hnve returned from Houston Miss., where Ihcv went bccnnse of the death of their uncle. A. J Hninion. They were accompnnicc home by Billy Harmon, who lalei went to Jonesboro to resume Ills studies nl Arkansas Stale Collcfc Midshipman lloyd a. Bloineyei .son of Edwnrd F. lllomeyer o Blytlieville. had as his guest Cn del Robert P. Draper of Memplii during the visit of 51 cadets fron the u. S. Military Academy nt Wes Point to the Navnl Academy Annapolis, the Navy said today attend ' "Figaro" include Mr. and .Msr. Farmer-England, who will join Mr. aud Mrs. Moritz Olils of Arka- dephia in Memphis^ Mr. and. Mrs. Bernard Gooch, Sirs': Cecil Wroten I Mrs. Ann McWilliams nnd Mrs I Cleo I/mgston. Mrs. Harry W Haines, Mrs: E. B. Lancashire, Mrs John Cnudlll, Mrs. James Guard Jr., Miss; ;;Molly Guard, Mr. nnd Mrs. -Russell Farr. , Miss . Wanda , _Mae GaliiDs will t;lv< . , , .. .. Miss Mrs. i. C. Lowe will ntvc-'ri' report''(ioii was held at the Oftlccr's Club-; iMr. and! of lac recent 1'TA Convention held 'pi{ ( * pride's table wn.s ceixtored with a Ihvoi'-tiei'cd ui'ddlng cake lopped wilh mlniiitui'c flijures of a Navy officer and his WAVK bride. Mrs. ncaVr.,foUowiiig her grndua- tinn from Atlanta High School, entered the Wave Corps. Lieutenant Besill. before entering the Navy Air Corps, was n student at the University of Missouri. Ho WHS n Corsair pilot tlurinsi the war and wns slnt.lc_Mcd \'i months in the To Attend Reception For Carnival Royalty Mr». Betty Phillips «lll attend the reception at Memphis Ciiun- Iry club tomorrow nicht honoring King Hugo Dixon and Queen Hotly Crump of the 1!K1 Mil>iillis Cotton Carnival. The King and Queen official arrival will make tomul'row Barham.'Mr", and Mrs. Wilson Hen-. ^ c \ ry and Mr. and Mrs. Karl Wad- n iglu. enpfuhl, Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Kmul- ' ... sc "' • i: ill Annorel Boys Ir.iiiatec! ~ ~^ : : Into U. oi A. Fraicfi'tity Disappear Fast : BtecUrafctM. Yej. It Is liuc, tliert it - , . hamiltM- molfcatctl .linuit] callrj KLEIIIEX that Jriej up 1,-inlpln aa it &ct* to InoKn nn<l tcntove cVlitad s. TLcr»« \vho ColluM'nl slin - :tioiw. and applietl .K.tMrvx tvhcn nuarraiscu QMLV thtir cle-"ir Mi»k-» Perry Leo Adkinsson, son of . nnu Mrs. U. L, Acikiiissnn, ami \John Eastev Gcrnlri Cassitiy, sou of Mr. and Mrs. 1 George Ca.s-skiy, nil of A r morel. have boon mUiaU'd into Atphu Ganuii[\ Rlio a<;i'lcultxu - al IratiTiii- ty nt University or Arkansas. Fay-. ettcvillc, where t'hpy an- freshmen. Both were graOunlrd from Av- niorel High School' Pacific Thi-atct. since his return from oversells, he lias'been n jet propelled plane instructor at the Allnnta Air Slalion. l' T ollowiii(: n \vedilili; Irip in New York city :'>n<t New Jrfi'soy. Lieulon- ant aiiti Mrs. Ucnll will return to O:;cco]a for t\vo \vtu'ks hefore lie enters Memphis slatu College. Parents of Daughter irby Bras, Ding, Ste^arU Drug »nt1 ' The chntghtcr barn to Mrs Fi'ed von Hnfp nf Mr- nnd Mi'inplii.s Fraternity Treasurer John William Enslcy, son of Mr nnd Mr.s. J. 11. Unsley of llurdotte hns been elected treasurer of Zet: 'l'a\i Zota fraternity nt Aiknnsa; P.tnte College. Jonesboro, \vhei't> hi is a fi'cshmnn. He will ns.suine ofiire his .sopho more \-ear. Mr. Eiuslcy is n vi'teran LEPS WORK TOGETHER Wljeri_ygii go about thai siirini lioiise-clcamitsr— tlie'tiest idea is to tackle it onr ; room at a timi>. Sti.'letjs.start out with the living room. While you're cleaning the floors and the i>;iint — let us handle the slip covers, the viij;,-? and the drapes. -You'll find that we'll ho finished just about the same time you are—and then EVERYTHING in the room will spnrkto with spnns freshness!' And that's the way to work yrur way throiigli the whole house-plotting us work with you on bedspreads, blankets, lampshades, rugs, drapes and curtains. You'll make your home a brighter place in which to live-—and be pleased with the dependable workmanship and real economy \ve make available by working with you. Certified Cold Fur Slorc^e Blytheville Steam Laundry 1 '-. Yow Inspection Invittd ",- Phones 418—^119 to Mr. and Mis. Jlihmls lit. 1, a daughter, Salur- and Mrs. Leroy n son, yesterday, and Mrs. James a son, this morn- Mr.s. Hurry Harris, Manila, llattie Mae Love, city. Hurry Rambo, city. Homiie SmiUi, city. Floyd cnrtr'r, Steete, Mo. W I. Jones, Cooler, Mo. Mr.s. Stella Davis, city. I miisc Coflee. Hayll, Mo. Mr.s. Iluu Hnrdill, Dell. fiulord llaynes. cily. Mrs. Lester Lamb. Manila. WAI.l.S IIOSl'ITAI. Lavonne Chitmon, Route Leon Sullivan, Oseeoln. J. H. Carroll. Holland, Mo. Carlos llevlll, Route 1. Mr.s city. Mi's Mis. Mr.s. city. IIAl'TIST HOSriTAI,, Jlsmisscd: James Woodie Martin, Gsceola. K. L. Hale. Armorel. MiC'l'llOr.lST IIOSl'ITAI, M.smissed: Ilcrtnan Weyanl. Osccola. Drys Plan New Attack HE'NTON. Art:.. Mlly 12. (UP) — The l-.ist sli'onshold of liquor in ttri'sts bofivccn Little Rock nn< xuik^nn on Highwny 67 wns iifi cic-r fire to<l:>y as wets prcparui f^i' u loc:\l option litjuor olcctini In Suline county. C. C. Coulter. sii]Kriiiteiulcnt the Arl:»i\!)ns Anti-Sfiloou League is. lUdirii! Huline County minister vvltli their cain'pnigii to dry up tlic tdiinty. W. II. Jnckson, county s-hool stHKMiiUondent, Is chnirman or ttic tlrys. Boxer Short Sets for Boys Sizes 2-7 The TOT SHOP * WE BUY * WE SELL USED FURNITURE J1MMIE EDWARDS FURNITURE CO. 313 E. Main Phune 2481 Listen to Showers of Blessings Over KLCN Tomorrow Morning nt 8:30 a.m. Sponsored i:y Church of The Nuzarenc Continuous Shows Every Day Hux Office Opens 1: i Show Starts 2:0(1 LISTEN TO Kl.CN 8:00 a.ia. 12:15 p.m. 4:39 O.D.. *i £ra 38-S2 YEARS OLD-DO YOU SUffERTHfSi FUNNY MLINGS? due la this functional 'middle-age' cause? 11 jon're In your "40's" and this functional 'middle-age' period peculiar to womcm is causing you to tuffcr from hot flashes, nervous Irritability and weak, tired, ?UEh- ttrung feelinus-then do try Lydta E.Pinkham's Vegetable Compound to relieve such symptoms. Tills grenl medicine is /unions for this! Taken i'eijularly -Plnkham's Compound helps build up resistance against such 'middle-age' distress. Thousands have reported benefit! It's also a grand sto- machic tonic. Worth trying. L~~U.'A VEGETABLE *UltJttO COMPOUND Take Long Stroll Looking for Pretty Rocks Coming Events LITTLE ROCK. Mnv'ia. nip;_ Three Ptllnski HeU'.hU youngsters . 'AVe back at hon.ie tou.ty—unr.wa'ie Mrs.*T*r<^ the conlmolton irtty unused by wnnderini: away from home ycstcr- dav. ^' The trio. 'l-ye:ir-nld S.un Brewe,^ 4-yejir-old Millie Philii.j.i anil yenr-olit Louise Hrewef. were located by deputy sheriffs in the woods after n five-hour search y?slerdny They hnd wandered o!T to lo'jl: ioi pretty rocks and were t'.vo inilos TUESDAY •fcs; A.' G. "limic and ,ouls Cherry hostesses for -'Char Evoi.x Chapters DaiiffhU^rs of tl ninicnn Revolnlion for luneluto le^Mnjr. 1 p.m. Ciub Ei»ht meeting with Mr.s. G. O. Poctz. Mrs. Snnford Boone CDtcrtninlng Double G Club. WEDNESDAY last Monday lias been named Jen nie Lee. Mrs Von Hofe is the former Mis Marsiiiovite Perry of Blylheville »n ^•as » le;icher in Mississippi County Erhnols before BOJIIK into nurse's lraininc x at the Baptist Ifospltal in Memphis. She and Mr. Von Hofe are also parents of n son. Fred Perry, four. Blytlieville High School seniors. Julia Ann Woodson, Dan Cald- vcll and Bill Williams will be honored with n piny parly at Ihe Uus- ;pll C Fnrr home. 1120 West Wtl- nit. 4 to 7 p-in. Mrs. C. F». Lemons and Mrs. C. S. Stevens hosl esses tn Chapter D, P. K. O. Sisterhood. 1 p.m., at. L°'i'ons home. Mr.s. R. C. Rose of Roseland hostess to Town and country Bridge Club. - ••""• udburv Parent-Tearhcr Assnt:i- alion Mill have re»ldn/ meelin^ at school, 3 p.m.. nrccecdcd by executive board mectin'g, 2:30 pin. Wednesday BrldBC Club will entertained bv Mrs. R. C. Rose. THURSDAY Mrs. W. H. Wvllc hostess Thursday Contract Club. Octette Club entertained by Mrs. Clea Ixtnoston. Mrs. Cecil Shane. Mrs. Helen wren entertained ."II- l.v Eight Club. /roin home when found. They tli'J not reali/e Ihey were lo.il. he to deling CT>]ISV" theme. Colorful iiypsy decorations entertainers in f;vpsy costumes wil enhance the festive atmosphere. A simi'aL' program will be pre seated tomori'ow ni^hl. 7:30 o'clock for schorjl and junior high schoo students. Proceeds from ticket, sales will b used to send a representative frou Blytlieville Tii-Hi-Y to the Nation YMCA-YWCA convenlion Grindell Cor.cge. Iowa. Blythevill wns selei'ted lo send Arkansas' on girl ivpresenlnlive to the convei (ion. , • Y Programs to Feature "The Wondering Gypsy" Tonight's entertainment nt 3 o'clock for adult.s at the Y. sixm- sored by the Tri-Hi-Y. will feature cypsy scenes c.irryiuj; out a "Wnn- Want to Keep Healthy? Tjvku tiirkMi ImlliH] Tliosc >-atha kn.nvn ili«,< \v.nKI *iv.-r liir thoir lir;ittfifnl otia)iiii>s nrc now nv^ilablc 1 .M ILT,- in IllMliovill^. -li lt.ii] { < :tf,f 311 North Second Street I.UHl Time Today My Darling Clementine Henry l-'oiulii a ml 3,nuUi Dimicll \iitJi AI;irx iiros. 1'uniinuiiut News; Alstj Siiorls Ount'll. Sliuws Sun. l:ITi-11:1)0 Tuesday WARDERS' S^perratura! 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