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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 24, 19-19 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE FIVB Phone 4161 Rehearsal Dinner Given By Mr. and Mrs. Royse Members of the wedding party of the marriage tonight of Dorothy Jo Royse and Richard T. Mills were guests last night of Miss Royse's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Royse of Berryville. Preceding the rehearsal, dinner was served in the Colonial Room o( Hotel Noble. Handmade place cards with tiny rosebuds edged in silver marked each guest's place for the candlelight affair. The white linen cloth that overlaid the table was centered with a low bowl •of white stock and asters. White tapers burned in crystal holders. • Following supper the group went UJihe C. L. Nabers' home for re- com Sharpening Pencils to Editing Slytheville Girl to Edit "Reveille," Daily Paper at Louisiana University Green and While Parly Honors Miss Parks Touches o) green and wliile were :'epealed throughout the bridge luncheor yesterday at which M s. Wilson Henry was hostess feting Miss Marv Ann Parks, who will be married Sunday. Dainty handmade tallies and score pads designed with a green ana white wedding bell wilh a tiny <equln clapper were used for Ihe three tibles ol bridge. Emphasizing the green and white scheme was the mantel banked greenery and the same white lace weddin? bells backed by a mirror. Centering this arrangement was miniature brine made to resemble the honoree. Bouquets of white gladioli ?reen vases were used throughoul the entertaining rooms. In the bridge games Miss Joanne Trieschinan won high, and Miss Betty Black, second. Miss Muriel Kmidien and Mrs Max Perks, mother of the bride- elect, were tea guests for the luncheon served at the individual tables. Miss Parks who chose for the occasion A pink linen dress was pre sented a corsage of green astern She was also presented a whit Ana bell with a tiny gold handl from her hostess. * • • Friends Surprise Bride With Household Shower A surprise shower at the home o Mrs. Arthur G. Bahn honored Mrs. Bill McClure, the former Miss Catherine Graham, last night. Co-hostesses with Mrs. Bahn were Mrs. Howard Johnson and Mrs. Max Graham. Household gifts were presented to the recent bride by 22 friends. Nfrs. McCinre's place was marked wllh R huge white bow with streamers. Refreshments were served buffet style from a table covered with a lace cloth, centered with a cut glass bowl holding a profusion of golden marigolds. Summer flowers in various other colors filled the entertaining rooms. In eames played during the evening, prizes were won by Mrs. z. Hawkins and Miss Pearl Lee. Special guests included Mrs. Herbert Graham, Sr., mother of the bride, and Mrs. John McClure, mother of Mr. McClure. Bits of News Coming Events Social Calendar By VYilma D<Mi(las Courier -S'ews Slaff Writer A Blyilievllle girl, whose first Bailor writing was noted while she was n junior high school when she was le only soul brave enough to finish serial story slatted by two lads 1 their own private publication, will x (he big chief on the "Dally Reville", the student publication at ouisiana State University, this ear. Miss Anne Weedman, to be a senor student a! L.S.U. this year, ap- lied for the position of managing ditor. but the publications board ook a look at her application and review ol her past work, threw out he application, and made her ditor. Miss Weiyjmaii first acquainted ic L.S.U. campus with her abili- ies last year, after she transferred Texas Slate College for Worn- I n. Being named the outstanding I ransfer student was a surprise to | o one but Miss Weedman. She had been a junior editor on the "Gum- the university annual; a mem- jer of Thela Sigma Phi, recog- iizing women journalists, and apped for Mortar Board, an organization for outstanding senior women, and her name had constantly been before the student body for tier work in the "Reveille." Her accomplishments at L.S.U. in one year were preceded by a field of activities in Blytheville High School and at T.S.C.W. in Dcnton, where she was enrolled only two weeks before she was selected as a candidate for the freshman class president. During her career at the Texas school she was elected president of Alpha Lambda Delta, honorary freshman women's organization, named as a sophomore councilor. and was vice-president of the journalism club. And— she had a grade point average that rubbed noses with the perfect mark— 2.5 out of a possible three. In Texas she was associated -with tile Texas High School Press Association, worked for the College News Bureau, was radio editor for the Daily Lasso, and was on the Freshman Writers' Program, an annual event, recognizing creative writing. The Daedalian, a literary quarterly, also published frequent articles with the familiar "Anne Weedman" by-line. In high school it was the same old story— president of this— vice president of that . . . active in ev- . . erything. There was the Red Pep- Miss Anne AVcedman t • * per presidency, llw National Honor Society, the Quill and Scroll, Beta Club, the student council for four years, and her work on the "Chickasaw," She was winner in the Scholastic .Magazine's annual state contest for feature writing, too. Perhaps Miss Weedman owes her decision to lake up writing seriously to Max B. Reid, president of the Blytheville School Board, who presented his son, Jere. with a miniature printing press for Christmas years ago. It was in the publication that Jere and Don Ohamblin had to call for help in unravelling an ending, or at least another in stallment for their serial story Anne came to the rescue and won a free subscription to the paper she was the only entrant. In 1916 she graduated, 'and atte giving Blytheville a taste of hei tal 1 ents she started in Texas, finishei that in two years, and then hit Lou isiana. If time holds out—and i should (she's only 21> she'll prob ably give the other 45 states some thing to talk about. During her summer vacation sh has been everything from vice presi dent of sharpening pencils and emp lying waste baskets to society edi tor at the Blytheville Courier New and while in Baton Rouge sh worked part time as a reporter fo the State Times. She is Ihe daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Weedman. 116 E. Davis. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wills have as their houseguesl lor several day.s Mrs. Walls' cousin, Mrs. Corma Melville, of Memphis. Mrs. lelville, formerly of Chicago, was warded the Certificate of Honor y Songwriters and Poets ol 1948 Mrs. J. S. Di/is, ,'r., who has een seriously 111 at "lytheville iospital tor two ^'eeks has been etnoved to her home, Her condl- ion Is slightly improved. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Brode arrived asl night from Lincoln, III., where hey have spent two months In Ilinois. Garden City, Oklahoma, nd other points of interest. Mind .Mrs. Brode will be at home t 603 Main. Mrs. Brode Ls the ormer Miss Manrene '' wkhv Mrs. W. J. Pollard left today for .lemphis where she will visit Mrs. A. M. Butt who is a patient at .lethodist Hospitn' there, Leo Ocnntng of Helena Is the guest of his sons,- W. R. Oenmng and family, and Leon Denning and "amily. Condition of \tttle Harriet Jeat 3nxter who is a polio patient at BaWisI Hospital in Little Rock is sl-fihtly improved. She Is the dnugh- of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Baxter of Paraqoi'ld. formerly r' Blytheville. Her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C M. Baxter, reside in Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Beacham and daughter. Vivian, of Chicago ire several week-- here as the puesLs of Mr. Beacham'.; sister, Mrs. Charley Lutes, Mr. Lutei and family. Condition of M. L. Hawkins, who was removed to Walls Hospital last night, is satisfactory. George Gis who has been a patient for several days at Walls Hospital, has been removed to the Dr. Fred Child home, on Main Mr. nish's condition is much Improved. Among the Blytheville people in Kcimett yesterday 'or fie funeral of Mrs. J. W. Banister, tnotlier of R. L. Banister, were C. V. Scbntigh. \v L. Horn^r an d ,jn nl «,; v. OiUe Mr and Mrs. P. E. Coolev left yealcrdny for Russellville. Ark., to spend several days as the guests of their son. the Rev. W. P. Cooley and family. Mr. and Mrs. Herbet Burnett and son Doiialc;. returned Friday from MUa Dorothy Jo Royse wilt become the bride of Richard T. Mills tonight at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Nabers. Thursday Call Meeting of Nu Phi Mu Sorority at 7:30 p.m. al the home of Miss Joyce Damon to ditcuss rush season. Executive Meeting of Sudbury PTA at George Stllwell home. 112 W. Davis, at » ; oo p.m. Hhebean Sujiday School Class ol the First Baptist Church will meet at 7:30 p m. today for a politick aupper and business meeting at the church. Men's Christian Brotherhood of Ihe Lake Slreel Methodist Church will meet at 7:30 p.m. at the church. Mrs. T. W. Goforth is hosless to the Thursday Rook Club. Gosnell Women's Society of Christian Service will meet at noon at the church for a polluck luncheon. Mrs. Eddie ford will entertain the Avalon Bunco Club. Friday Wonder C'-ss of Lake Slreel Melhodist Church will have fried chicken supper at Church at 7:00 p.m. Miss Edilh George, Mrs. Andrew J. Moses and Mrs. Fred S. Saliba will entertain members of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church and, their families, at the Cedars Club. 8 p m. * WE, THE WOMEN it By Ku(h Mlllett, NEA Staff Writer Burdening Marriage With Dull Social Life Dangerous River Picnic Is Given By Young People's Class Miss Belly Jo Jones was guest of the Young People's Class of Lake . Street Methodist Church last night ivhen it had a river picnic at Barfield. The 17 members and guest spent the evening roasting wieners, marshmallows and in informal entertainment. They were accompanied by Jimmy Sanders and Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Sanders. P.T.A. Executive Board Receives Appointments Mrs. Joe Ferguson was hostess yesterday to 12 members of the Executive Board of the Junior High School Parent-Teachers Association at her home on Heain. Materials for the planned year's work were distributed to each chairman. The following will be chairmen of the various committees for the coming school year. Mrs. T. I. Sony, membership; Mis. R. E. Van Hooser. home room; Mrs. J. W. Adams, Jr.. program; Mrs. Harold Sudbury, finance; Mrs. C. L. Mc- Walers, devotional: Mrs. Eugene Still, library; Mrs. R. L- Dcdman and Mrs. W. C. Colston, hospitality; Mrs. W. D. Cobb. music;; Mrs Oliver Coppedge. treasury; and Mrs. Hugh Whitsitt, publicity. The regular meetings of the Junior High PTA will be held the fourth Tuesday of each month in the Junior High School auditorium. Following each meeting will be a "get acquainted hour for teachers anri parents.. Refreshments were served by tile hostess following the business session. Plans for Style Show Completed by Auxiliary Plans for Hie fait fashion show to be September 9 were completed yesterday at H special meeting of Ihe Junior Service Auxiliary. Mrs Oscar Fendler, president, received reports of the various committees at the meeting and submitted them for the approval of the 19 membeis present. The Auxiliary's style revue will be P, three \veck's vacation in Michi-. ga:i, Ohio Niagara Falls and Chicago. W. S. Langdon. who has been undergoing treatment for several days at Blytheville Hospital, lias been returned to his home. His condition is .nichk.nsea. Miss Virginia Swearengen, Miss Frances Shoirse, Miss Nancy PArt- low and Mrs. Mavis Whislle S;ttle- mire ao-ompanied by Miss Barbara Mcnaghan and Miss Mary Ann Smith, rushee.s of Delta Gamma Sorority, attended a rush party in Paragou'd Tuesday. The party, a dessert brings, was held at the home of Mrs Robert Preston Blami. Mrs Befsie Alley, accompanied by hei daughter. Miss Louella Alley. is spending a week in Austin, Trx. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Burnett and son. Donald, spent the week-end in Covlngton. Tenn. as -.he guests of Mr. Burndl's mother. Mrs. H. A. Burnett Miss Frances Carson and Mrs. Finley Carton have returned from Little Rock where they S|>enl ihe week visittnp Glen Carson who is a poi'o p.-.tieiu in St. Vincent's Infirmary. His condition is greatly improved. Herbert Burnett and H. P. Willingham spent Tuesday in Seaicy en business Mrs. Max Koenigsbiirg of Denver. Colo., arrived this morning to visit her brother. Walter Rosenthal. anil Mrs. Rosenthal for several days. Condition of Mrs. J. D. Swift, who has been critically ill in Walls Hospital for severa'l days. Is much improved. Mrs. Swift is still a patient at Walls Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Walls and given ;n conjunction with local merchants at the Hotel Noble Mrs. S. E. Tune and Mrs. R. A. Nelson are direclor and co-director, respectively. Funds from the event will help promote child welfare projects of the organization. children returned Monday from Little Rock where they spent the week-end as the guests of Mr. Walls' brother. S. P. Lee. While In Little Rock Mr. Walls attended Ihe Arkansas Pest Control Association meeting at Holcl Marion. Mrs. T. I. Seay and daughter. Anne, Mrs. Forrest Moore and daughter Sandra left today for a week's vacation in Houlka and Houston. Miss. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Rodgers returned today from Chicago where they spent two weeks aa the' guest of their daughter. Mr*. Jack Mitchell. Mr. Mitchell and infant daughter. Jacqueline. Mr. and Mrs. Smith Brackln anc son. Smith, have returned from a ten day visit In Chicago where they were the guests of their daughter Mrs. John P. Hoffman, Mr. Hoffman and son, Jackie. They were accompanied to Chicago by their son, the Re.v. Bernard Brackin who plans to enter a theological seminary there this fall. Do we have to spend another^, evening with the Browns?" Mr. Smith asks irritably. Mrs. Smith scarcely hears her husband's protest. She's heard them often It doesn't sink in any I more. I And so the Browns atid the Smiths get together for another mutually boring evening. Why? well, because Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Brown arc socially lazy. Tlie couples have known e^ich other for .several years. The only effort it takes for them to be- together is for the husbands to brace lliemselves for anolhcr one of "those evenings." And Ihcy had ;i liltle In common once, even If it was nothing more than thai boih couples were newcomers and kimw- I«B each other gave them both a feeling of belonging just a litllc. B » I that's dangerous business, burdening a marriage with friends who nfen't in any way stimulalmg, entertaining, or fun to be with. A smart wife doesn't shrug off icr husband's protect. She knu.is t for what il is a danger signal. Wife Slionl.l Gd Itusy It's a signal that she Is hilling doxvn on her Job of making llicir •oc-ial life give'them something, instead of being n burden to them. If her husband is bored with tile Hi-owns, w h y i n the woi Id ihould Mis. Smith Inflict them on him week after week? Maybe she rmi't, off-hnnd Ihlnk of any couples he does enjoy. Bui '( she can't, then she should yet busy broadening <k \eir social circle. A tot of women seem to have a greater tolerance for boring people and boring evenings Ihnn Ihelr hus- b.inds have. But that's not good. It's dan crous. Just because the wife doesn't mind suffering her time on dull people and wasted evenings, i t doesn't mean she ought lo subject her husband to them if he isn't cmially tolerant. If Ihe Browns bore him, then Hie wife ought lo look around for n couple lo lake tlieir place, n couple who won't be boring. A married 'couple needs Ihe slim- ulalion-of interesting friends. And If the wife doesn't realize that, In lime her husband may not only find Ihe Drowns dull company—but his wife as well. Cuban Army Has Shake-up in Top Ranks of Brass HAVANA, G'nba. All". 24. Itl'i — President Cailos i'rli) Socarnib early today deposed Ma], Gen. Genovovo Perez nanicrn as chief of Ihe nrniy and named Gen. Rupcrlo Cabrera 1 to replace him. All official nniK'- •~>ment said Dalucra was removed for "acts of indl.-cipline coniiniUc<l by a general of (lie army. Dai -•- ' had been considered a ".slronR man" among military leaders here. Tile president announced the shift in the high command lo a Kroup of ranking officers and soldiers assembled to meet with him at the Colombia mlliinry camp. Later, he returned lo Ihe presidential palace accompanied by a proup of nrniy officers anil Ksund a statement nbnnt the events of the lie said "disagreements" had ar Ren between Cien. Pere? Diimera and himself "ronocmins (lie way in whli-li the cliief of state should he obeyed " lie .said Ihe xeiieral had erected "a barrier which 1 Imd beKim to notice was difficult for me to sm- mnimi. 1 rtelermined. In an order to |)iil an end lo the sllnnt.inn which 1 had observed, to relieve Gen. Perez Damcia of liL» command." Two Calvary Circlet Have Regular Meetings Mrs. Al Smolhers was • .guest of Circle Three of the Calvary i;a|)tist Buslnc.'S Women's Circl« when it met last night at lh« home of Mrs. Jim Ross. Opening Prayer was offered followed by (he sfni;l"B of "Whit A Friend." Mrs. Ross gave Ihe devotional. Mrs. Mary Lyons and Mrs. Hll- berl I'alsgrove prescnled Ihe program. ^refreshments were served by the hostess. A Royal Service Program was presented lo Circle Four of Calvary liaplist Business Women's Circle last night when they met at the home of Mrs. Lsrry Bynim. One new member, Mrs. C. W. Hudson, was present In •'ddilion lo tire K' old members. Mrs. J. D. Wlrtner presided over the brslne.ss session. Mrs. E, E, Smith offered prayer. PraRrain chairman, Mrs. Bill Shanks, presenter! the "loyal Service Program with Mr:' Charles I.iptord. Mrs. victor SVilson, Mrs. J. i), Wlrtner. Mrs. Mark Anderson, Mrs. Henry Bunncll taking ill part, Mr.s. Marie Martin dismissed. Follosving dismissal the hostess served refreshments. R1TZ THiATRi BY'(REFRIGERATION Clark Gets Appointment WASHINGTON, Aug. 24. rAP) — Gen. Marl: W. Clark, one of Ihe lop generals in ihe last war. is the new chief of Army field forces. Army Secretary Gray announced today that Clark, now Sixth Army commander at San Francisco. Calil., will succceri Gen. Jacob Dever.s who is rcllrine in September alter years or active duty. Black Hill!) Tin Only 250 pounds of (in were yielded by mines In the Black Hills of South Dakota di'rinK ]!134. Exclusive of Alaska, which produced eight long tons, these mines nrc the only other American-owned tin deposits worked. Lichen Is a combfnalion of alga and fungus yrov;iug in pailncr- ship. Knx OfTiiT OJUTIS U:<t5 Show Starts 7:011 Olicns Sunday 1:1)0; Slurls 1:15 Continuous Shows S:il ,V Sun Karcaln Ntiihi KVITJ \'i B ril Kxcepl Salnriliiy No passes honnrril im Sumhij at Knx) Thi-alre Lrtsl I'iniu loday The Big Punch with Wuync Mnrris :inrl Lois Maxwell Selcelcil Short Thursrfiiv & a» i w .VtVvss Utsyfe m .-""^jfmmf Selected Short Sulijcct.i ('lint unions Shows iio<i (Hike Open? 1 :45 Show Sliirls 2:11(1 SHU) a.m l':ir, p.m 4:1» » LISTEN TO KI.CN Wednesday irfjliiv R Friday JUDY GARLAND VAN JOHN IN THE GOOD OLD SUMMERTIME „ Technicolor! ; 2 GOOD ou S.?.'«les"SSKttL-SWING 8'fflCmH « win i amm mm OunUi by Profctri kr ROBERT 1. LEONARD • JOE PASTERNAK Wntttn lei III! Serin b; *IB(«I HKCKETT. FBAIICIS GOODPICH ,r,l HAH TORS frcm 1 Screen Flit bj SAMSOH KAPHAfLSOH I Jnd i P| j( br MIKIOS l»Silo A MEIRO-GOLOWYN M«VE* NCTUM Sclccird Short Subjects Continuous Showing Every Dmy Fifth Daughter Born To John House Family Like Father Dionue. John House » Blytheville can now boast of five Pinters too. Unlike Father Dion.. liowever. Mr. House's dajighters were born at different limes. Mr. and Mrs. House announce the Dii-th of their firth daughter Friday at the home of an uncle. Tom Boswell at 5(iC East cherry. She has been named Georgia Hhea. Both Morther and Daughter Mrs. J. mmibtr five arc doing "nicely." Base. At The Hospitals Blylbcville Hospilal Dismissed: Charles Chism. Hornersville, Mo Mrs. Ernest parson, Portabcville Mo. Mrs. Cllffotd Smith and babv City. Walls Hospilal Dismissed: Mrs. L. C. Laurence and baby ceola. Rillie Jean Hughes, Armorcl. Mis. Lucille Bowman auri babi Osceola. George Gish. W. Halt and baby, Ail The Rockie Smith School of Dancing \ Announces Fall Registration Wed. & Thurs., Aug. 24-25 2 to 5 p.m. New Location Phone Highway 61 N. 4473 Enrollment Limited When you buy children's shoei ...buy Ihe best...Buy WEATHER BIRDS. WEATHER-BIRDS cost less actually because they're made of finer leathers, scientifically fashioned for better fit and longer wear And the Ihe price is much less than you'd expect to pay for inferior brands. According to Style & Size SCHOOL SHOES FOR BOYS AND GIKIS Heuers Shoe Store 421 West Main Phone 3549 Holidays Last Longer... fn , napifc Whelhec ft'i a day ot the beach, or a picnic in Ihe country, or a gct-foge'her wilh the folks — your next holiday will be o time fo store up memories in snapshot!. For bcsl results, load your camera wilh Kodak Film, and bring the exposed rolls fo us for expert developing and prinling. Kodak Duaf/ex Camera, Kodct lens — Anyone can moke good snapshols righl from !he sfarf with Ihis smarf, inexpensive reflex-type camera, It has many distinctive features including a large brilliant, reflecting finder, fixed- focus lens, and butlt-in synchronized flash using accessory Flasholder. Takes Kodak 620 Films. Negatives, 2 V« x 2 '/* inches. Flasholder, $3.33, including Fedora! Tax. GUARD'S JEWELRY STORE

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