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t'AGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (AKK.) COURIER NEWS Marjorie Stevens Is Bride Celebrates Of' Capt, William Norton ! The marriage of Miss Mftrjode Eleanor Stevens, daughter of Mr and Mrs.: Ross Stevens, to . Capt. j William, ^Nicolson Norton of Ely the. vllle and Savannah, pa., was solemnized in an impre.ssive ceremony laic yesterday afternoon at First Presbyterian Church. The Rev. Harvey T. Kidd, pastor of the churchi read.the double ring ceremony, in the presence of R large number of guests, Including many .fellow-officers of the brltle- grpom Jiow, stationed nt BlytJieyJlle Army Air Field. .The bridal party., stood before B Mckgrotind formed of 'massed greenery, flanked with floor baskets oft-white gladioli and four tiered candelabra in which White calhcd- jartsoers burned, while aisle posts fiad with white satin bows and sprays of .white gladioli > outlined tlie' aisles ; down which llic bride and her attendants walked. Twin gladioli trees v,eie placed beneath the windows'on'either Elcle of the clffi net]- rail. Preceding- the ceremony, Moore Jr, organist, and Ross Stevens, \ocalht, gave a program of'prenuptial music. Mr. Stevens' selections Included "Because" and "I^Love- You : Truly," while Mr. M»bre plajed "Caprice Ve'nriols" and '"Tis Love" The traditional wedding raarches were used arid ' Liebstraume' 1 was plajed during thf, exchanging of vows, wliile the soil strains of "O Perfect Love" vyere heard as the couple knelt for I i tli Birthday . . > - uicimuint; u[ceiie, nas ueen tne g the musical program, Bill recipient of many informal cour- ' , Hamil{on,, cousin of the bilde, and Dickie i Williams, dressed hi white robes, lighted the tapers. , s Doris Muir and Miss Mar- .gnret Holland .served ns brides.- maids, wearing Identical frocks of faflle a'nd net, fashioned wllh demure round necklines and very bouffant skirts , Tiny ruffles of self material outlined tile skirts and formed the trim of the basque \vaists Miss Mulr, in >ellow, car- iliffl an arm bouquet of blue asters, an;} Miss Holland, wearing blue, carried'a bouquet of yellow ochro- leuca Iris. Miss Vern Elizabeth Goodrich, cousin of the bride, sened. ns maid ofr-honor Her dress, of ashes of roses silk jersey and net was designed^ In similar style, and she carjicd a sheaf of \shitc gladioli Jj-wets and v,hlte carnations. le bride, given in marriage by ^fathei, wore a formal wedding gown of white faille and net over crltolme, to carry out the Colonial '" The bodice of faille extended f. hipHne, ,where the _fuir.h"e i t •skirt \vas Joined with applique TO Tlie leg-o-mutton sleeves "•&$, ln 'ong filled sleeves .it net bifjjoned to Ihe hand HIM fingertip length \ell, with its^short face (ell was attached 1 to-jier head with a band of orange blcjsoms, a,nd she carried a bouquet of,,white orchids, showered with white stcphanotis, and tied with puffs of white malme Capt W. L. Stephens served ns Cagtain Norton's best man, while ushers were Billy J 0 nt^, cousin of - .-. hmehcon washvlU^'icc warn" 1m t0g f, lher served al small tables arranged in Blso • p?csA for U T^lT w"* «Mtt^^ ^ ; • -<"«-- ^ bride, «ho is the Navy ' ^ , avy Lieut w F Cowlej, Lieut D H' Day and Lieut W T Chatlos, all of Blytheyllle Army Air 1-ield. - Immediateli following the cere- niony, Captain Norton and his bride left- for a week's wedding trip bsforj: returning here to make their home For tra\cling Uie bride selected a dress of gold crepe with harmonizing brown accessories, and a shoulder corsage Miss Williams' Is Biide OL William Joseph Shippen Ark < Julv G.-MISS w w.m ms ' Snuehter of Mrs. A. F .Williams ar,d Ihe late Mr \Vil- hams of Oscedla, became the bride of William. Joseph Shippen, son of Mrs E s Shippen of Osceola in a ceremonj performed Wednesday in .Blj theville . - Klven in marriage by her brother, Lieut A P Williams of Lincoln, Neb , wore a model of white crepe, trimmed with lace Her accessories ^ere while and she wore a corsage pf white orchids Miss Jean Williams served as her sister's only attendant She wore a dress of yellow sheer and a corsage of pink carnations Follomnjr a wedding trip to New Orfeans and the Gulf Coast, Mr and Mrs Shippen vill return to psceola to make iheir home, where Lottie Pearl stllwell .celebrated her mil birthday Sunday after noon with a lawn party at thi home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs George Stllwell. The n guests spent several hour playing games and contests, and each child was presented with a favor In the patriotic niotlf, symbolizing the July Fourth holidaj season. After the presents had been op fnod, birthday cake and ice cream were served by the young hostess assisted by her mother. Mrs, Hubler And Datighlei Entertain For Miss Haley Miss Carolyn Haley, whose marriage lo J. Wilson Henry will be solemnized on July 26, again was complimented yesterday when Mrs. Sallle Hubler and her daughter Miss Mary Hubler, entertained wilh a luncheon at their home. The seven guests were seated at the dining table, centered with an arrangement of mixed summer flowers in a crystal bowl. The bridal motif was can-led out in the :iand painted placecards used, with the honoree's place marked with a miniature brldo. Miss Haley was presented with a gift of crystal.In her selected pattern. • *- » Mrs. Seal Is Honored Mrs. T. G. Seal of Tcnnfly.-N. J., who is the houseguest of Mrs. Geraldlne Greene, has been the tesies since her arrival here 'last week for her flrsl visit in Blylhc- ville In six years. The Seal family lived here many years before moving to New Orleans several years ngo aii[| then to New Jersey. Tonight Mrs Paul Orcemvell and Mrs. E. n. Mason will entertain with a dessert bridge at Hotel Noble nnd tomorrow night Mrs, Edgar Borum and Mrs. Samuel P. Morris will be hostesses at a bridge irarty to be given at thc Borum home. . , v Birthday Luncheon Given Because Monday was her birth- Club 28 Has Supper Dance At Woman's Club Monday 'Ihe patriotic motif, symbolic of Ihp Independence Dny holiday, prevailed in the decorations of the Woman's club Monday night when Mr. and Mrs. Russell Fair, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Oooch and Mr. «!)(! Mrs. F. B. Joyner entertained members.of Club 28 for the monthly supper dance. Present also were a large number of guests. A red, white and blue table cloth was used on the refreshment table while small American flags decorated the entire club room. Supper was served ot 8::iO o'clock, nnd members and guests ilanccii until midnight. Quests present, In addition to ,,. ,.,,1.., kj ,j, iiiiiii(.juj L IL members, were Mr. ana Mrs. Hugh WhltsiU, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. McKcmlc, Mr. nn<l Mrs nils- sell Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. James Smolherinan, Mr. and Mrs Dixie Crawford, Mr. and Mrs. Rlley B. 'ones, Dr. ami Mrs. Don' Smith, '-lent. and Mrs. Charles maker Mr. nijil Mrs. J. C. Shoup, Mr. mil Mrs. Joo Jjiigliav, nnd Mrs Nelson Campany, • • • "lub Eight Entertained When Mrs. R. B. Stout ctiter- alned members of club Eight ycs- - erilay nftcrnc.on at the home of vfrs. H. O. Pnrllow. she also was lostess to two Kiiest--;, Mrs. • John niiillll nnd Mrs. Rupert Crafton ennios played during the afternoon vent lo Mrs. Charles Lnngslonnnd econd high to Mrs. Graham siid- bnry. Iced drinks were served during he afternoon, while Summer flow Bits'of News Mostly Personal IJcut. E. v. Wilson of Charleston, S. O., is spending a 10-day leave iiei'e with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Wilson of Route 2. Pvl. Alice Pheeney of Ihe WAC, stationed nl Macon, Gn., has av>- lived to spend lier furlough here with her sister-in-law, Mrs. Carey Woodbiirn Pheeney. / I.icut. E. Leon Stafford, who recently has completed n course In applied tactics at Ihe Army Air Force School at Orlando, Pla , is spending a 10-day leave here wllh Ills parcnls, Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Stafford, cnroute to his new station at Camp Hnhn, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. J, J. Moore Si 1 ., and Mr.,and Mrs. J. J. Moore Jr., spent Tuesday In Gadsden, Tcnu., is guests of Mrs. Sprngglns and Mrs, Lynn, sisters of Mr. Moore Sr. n. B. Hodge Jr., is spending Ills week In Lirxora as the gucs of his grandparents, Mr. nnd Mrs THURSDAY, JULY C, 1944 Wee-Woisted Weskits S. E, Austin. Clnlrc Recn White of Paragould Ark., will return home tomorrow afler spending a week here as thc Bue.st of Billy and Roberta Bracej High score prize lii' Uie"brl<jgc'j""' 1 _ thcl1 ' Parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. B. A. Lynch left last, night for Detroit, Mich., where she will visit her daughter, Mrs. Robert I'prter ami Captain Porter. Mrs. C. O. Redman left today for Little Rock, where she will attend Ihe state board meeting of the Arkansas Federation of Women's Clubs, she will serve for two years as state chairman of recrea- us lit. vivid were used to leraratc the entertaining rooms of he house. * * • + Birthday Parties Given Mclia Faye Sallbn, daughter of Ir. and Mrs. Fred Sallbn, cele- rated her fourth birthday with wo ptirtles yesterday. During the afternoon she was ostcss 16 18 youngsters for nn nf- criioon party nt thc home of her parents, when games were ployed for several hours, with each of the } out of baskets filled with candy, nnci the birthday cake with a patriotic ic- '•ig. After lunch, the miscellaneous assortment of gifts for Rnmonn which hart been arranged on the dining table, were opened. Club, Guests Entertained Two guesls, Miss Marjorie Warren imd Mrs. Stephen Tlmrslon of Eglin Field, Fla.. housegiiest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. M.. Beck lilayert bridge with members of La Ncnvc Club Tuesday night when Mrs. John H. McDonald was hostess to the group at her home on Missouri Avenue. Garden flowers decorated the living room of the home, where thr small tables were arranged for the games. Miss Warren received high scort prize, while Mrs. Neely M. Younp and Mrs. William Q. Buyd received high and second high respectively, among club members. A salad course was served. Mrs. Louis Trowbridge of St. Louis was a tea guest. • • • Picnic Supper Is Given Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Jeffries. Mr. ana Mrs. Rupert Crafton am Mr, and Mis. Kosco Crafton cn- lertained last night at th c Jeffries home with -a picnic supper In special compliment to Mr. anc Mrs. Attolphe Heinicke of St. Louis, who are spending sevcra? days here as guests of Mrs. S. P Crafton and other relatives. Mrs Heinicke, the former Miss Zola Crafton, is a sister of Mrs. Jeffries and Rupert and Hosco Crafton. Supper nas served picnic style on the lawn of the Jeffries home *ml the guests, who included members of the Crafton family and few Inlimatc friends, silent the eve i *t V ',; "-, — ":*••: "viiit, «. he TS in the insurance business. TO RUIN DRESSES ; AND LOSE FRIENDS tragic how some girls lose their v friends and rum thtir druses bc- ' Clus t of pcnpi»cion odor and suins. And there's no ocusc for it It's tasy ' tj<sne<it««s, it's w{rlo save friends. . * u « Atrii, the new (Kim dec^or- art th« helps keep yout armpits dry ' ^d temONes the odor from perspira- t n . OT ^ md IS " fe "J <ftf<nd»ble for * thc4fji«tejsoas. J 2. Pmcntsimdtt.armodot. Helps ^ stop pcrspiution safely. . 3. A pure, wlutc, antiseptic, siiin- less vanishing cream. 1 4. No \uiiing to dry. On be used light after shaving. - 5. Awarded Approval Scsl of Amer^ lean Instiiute of Laundering — harmltis to fabric. Use Arn'd regularly. ; Am'd is .the largest selling deodorant Sold at »H stores selling toilet goods — 39c and. 59c.» Jar, (Plat ro>) Last night Mr. and Mrs. Snliba entertained with a family dinner nt the Rustic Inn for Melia Fnye, to comulelc a memorable lilrthdny. * • • J. T. Victory's Have Son Corp. and Mrs. J. T. Victory m> Ihe parents of a son, born Tuesday In Dodson, Mont The baby, their first child, has been nflm- ?d J. T. Jr. Corporal Victory, (lie son of Mrs Inez Byrrt of Blylhevlllc. is a former outstanding football star on he BlyihEvllle high school team. He now is serving with the Army Vfcdlcal Corps somewhere in Australia. tion under the War Service" gram. Pro- Mr. and Mrs. John Thomas of Gilberlsvllle, Ky., arrived yesterday afternoon for n brief visit here ns guests or her mother, Mrs. E. A. Goodrich, nn ( ] other relatives. Mr. nnd Mrs. Tliomns came particularly to attend the marriage of her cousin, Miss Marjorie Stevens, to Capt. William N. Norton, which was solemnized Intc yesterday af- Icinoon nt First " Presbyterian Church. Miss Carolyn Haley and her fiance, J. Wilson Henry, will attend the performance of "May- lime" at the MOAT In Memphis lonight as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Farmer England. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Isaacs have as their gnrsts for seve-al days, Mrs. Isaacs' young niece and neph- iw, Peggy an d Jl(clc Gooch ot W[U _ nutfJldge. Ark. Miss Mary Spain Usrey is visiting ((From _Lord.aiid_Taylor,,New Yor!w> jT^HE" Irim"liltlc~v7e7kit7v/iiich'puts the;stylc'slamp^6f the'suifon i *• two-piece cotton dresses and mokes the American girl look lohg- JJegged and wee-waisted, is stealing style honors this summer. Fash- non firsts are thc two shown above, v/ilh sleeves bobbed short neck- I lines lowered and frosty while trimming giving them a cool-iK- i mint look. • The one at the left is of crisp brown and white seer-' sucker with self fabric ruching edged in white. Embroidered: .(white daisies bloom on the collar and skirt of the gray'butcher linen <at th.e ri£ht._'' ;aaJMaj£i*iw-^—_r=rsrurrr.-.,:. ~ — :^- r ™~.^ 1 T. J. In Birmingham, Ala., as the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Brooks Flowers and family. Drs. Carl and Edna Nles had as thr-ii guests over the weekend Di- Alba Mcnde am! her sister, Miss Meafle, tx^h O f M. ej j.,;|,i s . Bnlley, who is employed in Memphis, is visiting his wife and family here for two weeks. Mrs. Con !.'i?ell, Mrs. Edna Witwer, Miss Mjxi-ie Witwer and Miss Helen Hitter, nil of Mishawakn, no., who nave been visiting here h.wigh the hthdays as giusLs of Krt Dan ato.15, left Kslcrday for Memphis wlure they will spend a >rief lime before returning to their 11 me. Mr. nnd Mrs Ralph Berryman and "amlly had as their guests over he holidays, Mr. and Mrs Lvnn SmlHi and Mrs. Etta Berrynmn," all of CamthersviHc, . Mo. Mrs. Berry- nan was accompanied home by her grandson, Billy Sam Berryman. who pent yesterday in Caruthersvilie Tith her; returning' home last night Q- N- Hawkins and daughter, Mrs \niant Daughter Dies E;iizal)cth Ann Dln|r. infant laughter of Sergt. and Mrs. John \1. Blair, died at 10 o'clock last night it the Blythevllle Army Air Field Hospital. Shu uas the only child of Blair's. Sergeant Blair, who Viwerly stMici.cd nt thc BA.\i -tjw stationed in Nebraska. Mrs. -mir Is tin former Miss Wylodcmi Sanies of Blvtheiiilc. Services were lo be hold nt 4 •) clock this afternoon at Efnuvood Cemetery with Chnplnin Grove Marrs otricintlng. Cobb Funoral Home was In ci >f nrrangcments. Leonard Johnson, together- with Beth Johnson and Ohnrles Ed Jones or Memphis, left yesterday afternoon for Morrilton, Ark., where they were called by the death of R A Baiid, father of Mrs. Hawkins, who died at his home there yesterday They Joined Mrs. Hawkins who has been In Morrilton with her father for the past several weeks. Misses Anna Huth mid Agnes Hnslett have returned to their home In Memphis nfter spending the holidays here with their cousins, Misses Genevleve and Geneva Hagen. Mr. and .Mrs. Cecil Lowe and son Jerry, spent the holidays in Memphis and RiBley, Tenn., having accompanied Mrs. Lowe's sister Mrs W. F. Copley and two children, David and Carol, to Memphis on their return trip to their home in Siloam Springs, Ark., after a visit here with Mrs. Cooley's parents, Mr and Mrs. M. T. Moon. Mrs. B, B. Wilson has returned home after a visit in Memphis with her daughter, Miss Mary Emily Wilson. While away, Mrs. Wilson and Miss Wilson also visited In Olive Hill, Tenn., and Adamsville, Tcnn. Garland Glllemvater Sr., is confined lo his home because of a recurrence of an atlnck of blood polsionlng. Billy Sam Berryman. Billy Bracey, Junior Moore, David Moore, Charles Leggett, Charles Phillips, i?lchard Lm», Edwin Halsiead, Jack Elliott and Owen Harrison have returned from Cedar Valley Boy Scout camp near Hardy, Ark., where they spent a week. Jimmy Lowe; Louella Alley, Joyce Keeling, Dan Wallace, Charles Wheeler, Martha Taylor and Patsy Ohitwood, accompanied by Jean Scui'lock of Osceola, are spending this week nt Perncliffe Lake, Ferndale, Ark., where they attended a Christian Youth Fellowship camp. The children were accompanied to Jonesboro Monday by J. Cecil Lowe and the Rev. R. S. Balrd, where they were met by a special bus which conveyed them to eamn. At the Hospital* lilyllici-ille ffpsiiKal Dismissed— Ray Buiin, city. Walls Hospital Admitted- Mrs. Helen cochran, Steele, Mo. George Todd, Steele, Mo. Mrs. J. H. Harris, Caruthers- vilie, Mo. Mrs. Kotert Henderson, Dell. Dismissed — Olctidell Costlier, Leachville. nlc on church lawn C:30 p, in. Mrs. Ross Moore entertaining C.B.C. Club, Initial Club meeting with Mrs. Claud Stewart. Rescuers Abandon Hope For 64 Entrapped Miners BELLAIRE, Ohio, July G (U,P.) —Mine thafts of the burning Bellaire, Ohio, coal mine are being sealed after rescuers nbandonea hope for C4 entrapped workers. The miners, given up for dead, were caught five miles within Ihe burning shaft. Officials say the scaling Is necessary lo put out the fire before It destroys the entire mine. Coming Events FRIDAY Women's Society of Christian Service, Promised Land Methodist Church, meeting at church, 2:30 p.m. , Dorcns Sunday School class F ' r -st Baptist Church having pic- Sooilieh«alrailiv,i)hM«x!anQ, olio help prevenl II. Ideal for dlaperraih,Sovc irclarge sizes MEXSffll SOOIIIIMG MIDICAUO POWDER BOOST An Old Blyrhevilfe Boy James C. Tor Prosecuting Attorney Qualified anil Fxpcrlimcccl Extra FLAVOR -no extra points . sum BACON MEMPHIS PACKING CO. AUNT SJISSIE and the POLKS /"felpi Nature Rtbne MONTHLY-*. FEMALE PAIN You who luffcr such p&ln with tired, nfnrpui, "dragged out" fccllncs— all SUD to functional pcrlodtc dls- vuroanccs—start at once—try Lydla B. 1 Inkham's Vegetable Compound to rciicvo such symptoms. Made especially tor women—(1 belja nu- s^fesassir 1110 ' 0111 * LYDIAE-PINKHAH'SclS,^ DANCE Thursday — Friday — And Saturday Nights 9:30 to 1 O'Clock In the Beautiful Blue Room of the HOTEL NOBLE Admission 65c Incl. Tax The roasters of this leading selling brand of Coffee & Chicory...\Vm. B. Reily&Co. Inc., extend to you this invitation' Take home a can of Luzianne.. use the entire contents If you are not satisfied in every respect your money W |[J be refunded . . . This guarantee appears on every can. CONTRACT COULD PEPPER READ Yes sir, seems like every woman in town is headin 1 for his store an' that wonderful FREE offer. Folks heard that when you buy a pound can of that grand new Royal Bskin' Powder, you get 'another full-pound can without payin' a penny morel An' everybody is just rushin' to get in on itl It's too good a chance to miss. For new Royal gives thc lightest, tenderest, beat tastin' biscuits an' muffins an' com bread you ever baked. You just try it an' see. Make a bceline for your grocer. Buy one can, get another FKEEI 9 W^^^ ^^ * w — ^ on grand new low-cost •**VUrM I S,A.S.PHOSPHATE ROYAL BAKING POWDER BUY I Jib. lib. ?£* > your grocer's lili offir 4ati ncl < » mnlnl»pl. Costs only 11/3 as much as old ROYAL contains no Cream pf Tartar WEDDING FLOWERS Our expert florists will handle decorations for weddings, parties and other occasions. Call us fov nn estimate. ™iFLOWERSHOP F.T.D. ScrriM We Deliver Anywhere Ph. 491 'Airs. J. M. (Mae) Williams, owner Glencoc Bldg. HOTEL NOBLE —featuring the piano music of Miss Cornelia Adair of Boston, Mass, REQUEST PROGRAMS during luncheon and dinner. The Gift Shop Modem ana Antique GUIs COSMETICS BABY GIFTS { Creeling Cards Novelties A OIK For Kverybody Injnm Bldf. Phone 2254 MOSS BRYAN MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP 1M 8. FlrH I Phone 2532 1 Bring Us Your Beauty Problems By Appointment Continuous Shows Erery Day Boi Office Opens l:4!r Show Starts 2:00 '•X- LISTEN TO KLl'.N •:«*».». 12:15 p.m. 1:J| pjn , Thursday and Friday ltf««n f Jay by Dalian Tium&o by Fro<f«Tkk HoiKH Drcnnan i" Bll»d«l by VICTOR FIEMIS'O ^f_ ..Prddocld ty EVERETT RISKIH -•* Paramount News and Sclccloil Short Subject ROXY Mtllnws Sit. & Sun. Only Opens each night 6:45; starts 7 Opens Sunday IiOO; Start* I:1S OnUcnoiu Shows S»t. »ni Son. «»rn!n Nljht Etery Nltlit Excepl Saturday, N* )«IM* honored on Bnc*»j K< (be R«ry. Thursday and Friday THE SCREEN'S GREAT DRAMA CF DEFIANCE! Waller ' Kent Una - . 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