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TUESDAY, MAY 20, 19-17 BLYTHEV1LLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS PAGE THBEB Emily Wixson, Society Editor Phone 461 Anne Bomalaski Bride Of Chicago Resident Ol Interest here is lhe marriage of Miss Anne Bomahiski of Chicago, fonuerly of Blythcvillc and daughter m&lr. and Mrs. Joe OJomalaski of iJljWcvllle, to Herbert Uudolph, son of Mv.i. Herman Rudolph of Chicago and the Jatc 'Mr. Rudolph The wedding was solemnized 'it St. Pin-lath's Church in Chicago on '.May 3 In the presence of relatives and intimate friends of the bride and bridegroom. The Rev. Father Pynue of at. Parlath's Church officiated. 'P.dins former an ellectivc back I'louml for the arrangements ol white itlndioll and hyacinths. My- rhid Cathedral tapers adorning the alters east a .soft glow over lhe wec'dmg scene. Tiie bride, given in marriage b> •a iriend, Francis Dolnn of Rivei I-'orresl. 111., wore a grey suit stylcc 1 by Liuando with a white hat. Hci oilier accessories weic i:i black am her corsHRu wa s of pink camellias she carried a white Prayer Book. Mrs. -Ralph Can-lie of Hlythcville was her sister's inutvon o! honor She- wore a Jablow Original sui of neutral tail, a hat of brown am white stnlw antf amber-brown alii fator shoes. She worn a corsage o pink carnations and sky blue hya minths and carried a white crysta Rosary. Ed licmalaski ol Mellrosc Park III., brother of the bride, served Mi Kudolph as best :nan. Miss Angelia Saiiman of Chicago, (ircanbt. the Church Choir and Miss Christine Schmidts of Milwaukee. ^Visc.. vccal soloist, presented a iv^ram of niiplial music. Miss Echm^k's saiu; iRoswig's "Ave Maria" Sping the exchange of vows. Mis. Rudolph is connected with Flielps Hodge Copper Products in Ibhicu'jo. Mr. R-udolph is program director of WG-ES radio station in Chicago. Following a wedding trip, thecou- Wed Recently Mrs. Uudoliih. ple will cago. make their hotnc in Chi- Miss Hyett Speaker At Royal Service Meet Mis s Dolly Hyctt, making her home here with her sister, Mrs Ney Hunt, and 'Mr. Hunt, who is a former Baptist Missionary TJnioi worker for the stale of Georgia was guest speaker yesterday aflcr- ncon at lhe Royal Service meeting of the Woman's Missionary Socle ty of First Baptist Church. 'Using the program theme, "A Christians, will bo a -stranger or fl brother?". Miss Hyctt discussed th Japanese and the effect of Chris tiunity in Japan. She told WMb Three Are Hostesses At Baptist YWA Meet Misses Cliffie, Maxine and lier- nlcc Overman were hostesses las' night 'o fellow member, of tin Young Woman's Auxiliary of Firs Baptist Church at the home of the group's leader, Mrs. C. K. Johnson. The second chapter of the YWA iianunl, duties of officer.-, was dk- \issed for the program. The 10 •nembers present included a new nember, Miss Evelyn Cunningham. Refreshments of straw bcivy slioit ake with a beverage were served. Wary Waddle Married lo Oliver Lovelacly Mr. an<i Mrs. Adis Waddle an- louncc the marriage of their daughter, Miss Mary Elizabeth Waddle. Oliver E. Lovelady. son of Mrs- Elizabeth Lovclady of clear Lake. The marriage was solemnized May 15 at the home of the Hcv. D. B. Blcdsoe, associate 'pastor of First Baptist Church. The bride wore n white two-piece Shower Party Honors Vlis s Alexa Williams Miss Lynn Jackson and Miss Vein Goodrich entertained last night at Miss Jackson's home with a surprise shower complimenting Miss Alexa iVilliiims, bride-elect or Robert J. Hopper of Itusscllville. Arrangements of roses decorated :he home and mlnlalurc brides were "nvors. Two tables of guests played biidno ind ntiother table played ,rummy, wllh high score bridge prizo goli'i: to Miss Mary Sue Rowe. and high ' score in rummy games lo Airy. M. O. Webb. Miss Prances IJowen ol Luxora won brldgo. The hoslesscs served a dessert course, * • • YWMS Meeting Held At Nazarene Church The Young Woman's Mlssimiary Society of the First Churcn ol the Naxarcne met last nigh; at Uio church. Mrs. Fred Stcvcnsmv rca-l (lie devotional and Mrs. Hoy While and Mrs. Melba Cobb presented talks on missions. Mrs. A. L.- Mayo led lhe 10 members present in'* prayer and Bits of News Modi? •Miss Frances McDowell and Miss Verna Leu Dailies, of Cuvln Rock, 111., are guesls of Mrs. Delia ttaec of Calumet. They visited in Lake City this weekend. Staff Sei'iil. Charles Cleveland USMC, is visiting his parents. Mr and Mrs. J. M. Cleveland mid lamily, He will lie, on furlough until June SOth when he and n friend will leave (or China. Sci Cleveland was formerly slallcned at Cherry point. N. C. Mr, and Mrs. 1). A. Lynch are spending two weeks In Hot Springs Mrs. J. E. Lunsfoid Is spcndlnt Ihree weeks in Taylorville. Ill guest of her daughter, Mrs. Ooi Honors, Mr. Uogcrs, and family Mr. and Mrs. Rogers are parents of a daughter bom Friday and named P.Uida Lynn, and two other children. Mv. and Mrs. A. R. Herkes o Wasco. Calif., and Mr. and Mrs Roy Sutherland of liurbank, Calif, are guests of Mr. and 'Mrs. 'M. T Moon and Mr. and Mrs. J. Cecl Lowe and latnily for a fcv. r days. Lieut. Coinclr. .John lay Ilishop who went by phine three weeks to assume his duties as 'communlr callous oflicer of Mth Naval Dl.s- I Iricl at pearl Hiirbor, In the Hawaiian Islands, has been joined ~ood Specialist Plans to Visit -ounty in June Miss niaiichc liiindulpli, Extension Food I'lTsm-nllon Sncdiillsl, 1ms been Invllcd (o vlsll Mississippi iounly Home Demonstration Club Council. Miss )<i|iicto!|>h luis Ijcni asked t<> visit In the Western ymii 01 Uic county ns well us In niytne- vllle ami (lie surroimdlnu tcrrllury. Mrs. accrue llunciii v president of I he irrniip, niso iiniumnced Hint Council mniilK'rs im ( | voted to pny the Yiu-liro Club (he rrrulvulcnl of n wur botid for hiivlMB hull the mast rt'lM'twrrtntlvcs nl Council eetiiijjs during the ycnr. Council members plan In meet wlh Mrs. M. i,. swihait of IANI vlllc, June 12, when 1111 nwnrd will be given (or the best lUTitngcincnt of yiircl (lowers. Blythcville Students Will Receive Degrees nlylhcville students 12pl ... P'era Ray McUaler and Henri C. radon, both of Hlylheville, arc candidates for bachelor's degree: at llcmhlx College, Cunway, Hi 1 Mutt L Hilts, president of the col legc. announced today. They an expected to receive tlielr degree, at the college's commencement ex erclses Jane 1. The Hlylheville students are members of a class of 92 seniors who teak dinner nl, the Hustle Inn slv- n by Mrs, O. B. Ma.ssetiulll lor Icl- ow members of n two-lablo bridge lub Following Hie dinner, tho uroup .sscmbli'd at Ihe Mus.si'ii(;lll lionm or bridge names, First prl/e was •wurdi'd to Mrs. 11. K. rhllllps ;Md iecmid [»\'.o went to Mrs. Weluy Young. j „ . Folk Dances to Be Given By Three School Groups Physical Kduonllon rflrls of On- ftl, Hudbnry ami l,un'O ':eho will present a folk dm:0'! tumoruiw aUcrnnim. 4 o'clock, at Ihe Jik'li school liyinnnMiun, Mls-> Alex.i. Wll- liuins .head of live ilepuilmenl, snld today. I'arents of student:: will !>e speelul uiu'sls unit the public Is Invited. The folk ilance will 'je « review of .some of Ihe work they have «li»nn In their ]!hysteal edneollon dieses, Miss Williams said, Ilisil School Physical Kduc'iilimi .MwU'uls \vhn arc .supervisor.', of the [jioups mo Oiirothy Hun, Suilbury; Inu Carwile, Central, and l'eyi;y Flectnaii, McHemy. Mitchell Win American Legion Awards t LUtXOltA, Avk., May M.—Mta Wade Mi-Henry, Ircslnrmn, and Hnl)>li Mitchell, senior, Kliulcnls r.t I.iixoru Hlyh School, wcro present- e<t the American I.egloii Awards at liiaduatlni; exercises 'Thursday night. These iiwnnls were "jlven to the KIV and ylil wlio had tho highest ratlni! for the school yiMiv In points of courage, character, service, honor, scholaishlp imd leadership. Other awards pre.sei:tecl at. this (line were the Lombard- liawh Hi'lence Mediil ID Mary Evelyn Martin, n junior, and l.cUcr Awards for scholarship (o Wade Mellcnry, freshman, Timiiny Slanfor.l. Souh- miunx', Millie Peery, .Junior, and Kalph Mitchell, senior. Conkf Mary Jo Nabcrs Will Attend Ward-Bclmont Parks, Evans to Try-out At MOAT Audition i iTCIBDAY,* ' " t|»" ' ' Ml us AnlUV Fay Bec'c hostess to • La Nueve Club. Mrs. J.- -Mell, Brooks rJr., enter- -t twins Ti l-Tovm Clufc ? ** "* " •> ' Mrs. Edlih-H Iteyiibid'J hostess io I V St. Stephen's Episcopal Auxiliary at her home, 7:30 pm ' <~ WEDNESDAY " Mrs. Cleo LaiiBSlori 'hostess.'to Town and Country Bridge • Club. > Mis. W. J. WuiulCrllcVi hostess to Wednesday Bridge Chi!). Mrs. H. B. Richardson hoil/.'Es to III-llo Club. • THURSDAY 20th Century Club iva-tiling at The- . ''."J! Hut for monthly dnnco, 3:30 p.m. Mrs. P. U. Foster hosloji to Thure- day Contract Club. . . .,,^, Mis. C. F. Tucker nostess to Oc- tette Club. FRIDAV Mrs. R.* A. Copeland entertaining "''" CISC Club. Daniel Stafford. mcjvibqrs . regardless .of- .whcr it. was found, Christianity mean the same as in (America. In ^..dkl ^sing her trip to th Orient i|fe experiences of mission ary friends in Jap.in during th war. she told of differences of con central ion camps beaded by Chris . ,_. ,. ...i"..ji 10....."., .T «- vi * j are seeking bachelor's degrees. Klf- present m*pra.ver and the there uv M ,, s . liishop, who went . lccl , additional slu.lenls are ciuidl- dismissal prayer'.vas B ivtn by Mrs. ,, v 1)0a , Tlll , y ,,.„, made their home ( | ft tes for tli c associate of arts dl- with her parenls, Mr. and Mrs. Tom F. Martin of Dell since his return from Annapolis. Allen Rice and Miss GcrnUIIno Triphorn. both students at University of Missouri, Columbia, Mo., were weekend guests of his piircnts, Mr. anil Mrs. Ed Hlce. Max li. Held has gone to Washington, D. C., where he will Guests Complimented With Afternoon Party Mrs. Walter Jackson and Miss Myrtle Putnam of Birmingham, Ala., who have been housef.ue.sls of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Gray and . Tciin,, May Mary Jo Nabers, daniihler of Mr. and Mrs. J. I,. Nailers of 10:« IWal- \ut street, has hecu uc.Lept hi' Ward j l)cliiidul Sulinol for i iNashvillc lor the year KM1-48. Mis.s Nnbers. who will I'.radunte rom •nlythcvlltc llllih School tills print', will enter the College fresh nun. class on Scplciulier Dili, IIW'I. C. M. Gray Jr., were honored S:it-| several Miss days allending 10 business. lirday with an informal afternoon party for 30 Riiests by Miss May Dixon at the home of Mrs. M. O. Usvey, 1037 West Mail). Miss Dixon was assisted by Mrs, XTgrey. -Mrs. Max Usrcy antl Mrs. Jack Oarrigan. | The hoine was atlractively decorated with mixed Sprim; bouquets of peonies, nansics and roses in varied shades. | w |lc ™ "'cy nl A bouquet of swcctpcns centered v 'ce.s Sunday Jcau Shipp, Miss clarlco Wilbatiks, Miss Jean Crowluy and Miss Louise Reeves, all students at Arkanas State Collcgt, Jonexboro, spent the weekend here as gucsls of Miss Reeves' parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Reeves. Mr. and Mrs. F. G Rcichel and daughter, Mrs, K M. Terry, Jr., have returned from Tuscaloosa. Ala., (tended memorial, scr- aflcrnoon nl Foster Mr. McLester. son of Rev. and Mrs, Hay L McLester, oxpecle. 1 ) lo complete the rc<|ulrcmcnls for a bachelor of nils degree at lhe close of Ihe present term. Mr Pntlon, who is the son of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Palton. plans to cnni- l>lcle his work toward a bachelor science degree at the cud of the 3ummcr term. Dr. Aubrey G. Walton, pastor of the First Mctlioclist Chure'.i of IJttle Hock, will deliver the li cnlaurealc sermon at the First Me- thocllKt Clmrch of Conwuy at 10:bfl a.m. .lime 1. consrcssimin Wilbur D. Mills will Ijc tile commencement speaker, Mr. McLesler spent tho past weekend here with his parent'!. iy onus- : n jg] 1 f with tian Japanese and those, directed f> , ,^_ _,, suit with black accessories. Her corsage was of pink carnations. A reception was given following the wedding at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Wilburii Lovelady, 40D East Main St. Mr. and Mrs. Lovelady will make their home at 101 West Cherry St. • •*- • Lake Street Church Will Honor Seniors Blythevillc High School seniors or Lake street Methodist Church, their parents, and young people :>f the church will be entertained to- | by non-Christian Japanese. Mrs. R. E. Klaylock, leader, introduced Miss Hyett. 'Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon gave Uic devotional and 'Mrs. 'Harry Fritzins presented a vocal solo. Prayers were icd by A I rs - Walter Bishop and Mrs. Alvin Huffman. Methodist Women Meet For Business, Programs The Women's Society of Christian Service of Fir.ii Mctliodist Church met yesterday in circle groups. Mrs. Mcll Brooks Jr. was hostess to Circle One and Mrs. John Mil, Miller, bo-hostess. The devotional was Riven by Mrs. J. W. Adams .Jr. and the Bible study by Mrs. T. J. Biiiley. Two met in tho homo of r . H. CompbiiU with Mrs FrciY Kmer as co-hostess. Mrs. Albert Hollingsworlh gave the Bible study. Mrs. James L. Vcrho.rll nave (be Bible sludJkfhen Circle Three met wilh Mrs. 17 E. Baker. Chc.lc Four members were gucsta of Mrs. A. M. Bull at her home with Nirs. H. G. Parllow as co- lio.stess. The devotional was given bv Mrs. L. E. Old and the Bible .study by Mrs. Fred Fleeman. Mrs. A. O. Hudson gave tho devotional and Mrs. George Pylcs. Bible sludy when Circle .Five met v,i(h Mrs. R. B. alout. Circle Six met at the home of Mrs. Charles Crigger with Mrs. Lloyd \VhillakcT as co-hostess. Mrs. A. C. Haley gave lhe devotional and Mrs. O. N. Hawkins, lhe Bible study. Ben Beavers Have Son The son born to 'Mr. and Mrs. Ecu Beaver in Tulsa, Okla., last Wednesday ha s been named Ben Thomas. •Mrs. Ccaver is the former Miss supper at 6:30 o'clock in the church social rooms. Tho Woman's Society of Christian Service will be hostess. Final plans for the event were made at a meeting of the WSCS yesterday afternoon at the church. Mrs. W. L. Green gave the devotional and program discussions were presented by Mrs. H. H. Blevins, assisted by Mrs. George Stilwell, Mrs- Don Lutz, Mrs. Iverson Morris, Mrs: George Shanks and Mrs. J. W- Lawler. Following sion. Mrs. group with a brief business ses- Morrls dismissed the prayer. Calvary Church Women Have Business Meeting Circles. One and Two of Calvary Baptist Church met at the church yesterday 'afternoon for a brief business session . and missionary study. Mrs. I>. H. Jcrnigan gave the opening prayer. Mrs. Darrell Lunsford conducted the business session, during which plans were made to honor the church's seniors in Blythevillc High School. Mrs. Jim England was appointed chairman of a committee to make plans for the event. She will be assisted by Mrs. Raymond Bclknap and Mrs. B. L Vastbindcr. For the study, the second chap- .cr of the Mission Study book, 'Stewardship in Life of Women", ivas taught by Mrs. Dec Webster. Mrs. Duncan dismissed the "group Hi prayer. the lace-draped table from which refreshments were served. * » * Program, Social Meet Observe 25th Birthday The 2[Hh anniversary of the Presbyterian Auxiliary was celebrated by members of Auxili.v.-y of First Baptist Church here with a program and social meer.'m.; yesterday afternoon in the socl.il rooms of the church. Mrs. W. A. Dobyns was the program leader, assisted by Mrs. Huiih Hudson and Mrs. Erwin P. Jones. Program lopic was "Brolhers or Bombs." H was followed v.ith a birthday offering for mission:; in the Orient. The gift will be used in women's and children's work with 50 per cent to go to Chin.', and H5 I>er cent each to Japan ind Korea Mrs. C. M. Gray, president, conducted a brief business session. During the social iiour, I he 3G members present were served refreshments of fruit punch and birthday cake from a table centered with a boiicuiel of Dutch 'irises, daisies and other flowers. Mrs. Harvey Kidd and Mrs. Willard Pease presided at lhe I able. Bride-elect, Fiance Honored With Dinner LUXORA. Ark., May 20.—Mr. ;and Mrs. Philip George nnd their daughter, Miss Evn George, linn- brcd Miss Edna George and her fiance, Sam. Rilchey of Birmingham, Ala., at a dinner party in their home. The reception rooms were dcc- oralecl in arrangements of roses Aiidltoiium honoring [iliimni ol the University of Alabama who lost their lives in World War Two. The late i,lent. Maurice P. Reichcl, sou of Mr. and Mrs. Hclchel, attended the University of Alabama prior to entering the armed forces. Son Born to Caseys Mr. nnd Mis. Edward Cnscy of Wuoduury. Tcnn. are parents of n son born Friday at the Good Sn- mitaritnn Hospital in woodl)i\v. He is their first child. Mrs. Casey Is the former Miss Juanitn Nelil, dauBhtcr of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Neal of Yarbro. Dinner Party Given > By Mrs. Masscngill OSCEOLA, Ark., Miiy 20. —OS ccola piirtles lust week included it Mary Ann Parks and Carroll Kv- ans, voice students ol Fowlslon .School of Music, will try bill for the Memphis Open Air Theater Mondiiy at Hole! Clarldije. Mary Ann. daughter of Mr. and Mrs Max Parks, Is ix Hlylheville High School Senior and Carroll'Kv- aiis. son of Mr. and Mrs, Charles Hvans, n Junior. Thev will be accompanied to Memphis by Dalton C. Fowlslon, MOAT Audl'lluiis will be held Mon- by dny, Tuesday and Wednesday. H Is, Currier News Wunt Adds Gladishcs Entertain Club With Dinner Party jgygfa THESE BETTER BEANS Mrs. McCants Presented Life Membership in PTA OSCKOb;\, Ark., May 20—^ McC'ants. member of Oseeola School futility, has been presenleil a life membership in the Arkansas Division of tin; Parcnl-Ti.'aclHT Association by members of the O;- ccola ,PTA. which held Its Ilnal ineeling oi this .school lerm last Thursday at the high M-hool. Mrs. 'McCmits l s velliing nttw having taiuiht school a total ol 37 years, ol which 21 years were Oseeola schools. At the meeting, lhe High School Glee Club presented a program The boys quartet, miido up of David Clules, KUuilcy Jones. Join 1 Griffin and Tommy llanister.present- cd a selection; June Rose Roberts pianist, gave a nolo and Ann Malnck a reading. Mis-s Myra Jean Ober- inlller and Miss Lucy Morrlsor playe<| a piano duct. OSCKOLA. Ark.. May 20.—Mr. nml Mrs. li. I,. Cllndlsh nilerlftlii- ol the Klyllievllle. Luxoru. Osceola Club with a dinner Friday ill their home In Gladlsh 8'ib Mvl.slon. Mixed Spring {lowers were at,|_{(['actively- arrungetl In the ciiter- alnlng rooms In which tho four .allies of chil) membevs und lhri'« ithei- ijue.sls, Mr. anil Mr:i. Hoy L. and Miss Lydia McDowell, louse ijuest ot Mr. and Mm. H. C. J&& <*»«$ *ep ****s> Hryun, were sealed. Guest high score went to Mrs. Ware, while Mrs. D .11. Dlnch- vvood received club hly,h sc.oie tor women and Itussell liowen cliili high for men. Burdcttc Second Grade Has Picnic Hero Today Pupils of the second wau.: nf Iliu- detto School were entertained here today with a picnic at (he homo, of their teacher, Mrs. Karen Wood. The students came to lilythcvlllo on the train for their ii'i'i-duy affair Boxer Short Sets for Boys Sixes 2-7 The TOT SHOP * WE BUY * WE SELL USED FURNITURE JIMMIE EDWARDS FURNITURE CO. Phone 2487 and mixed Spring flowers. In the dinitu; room, the overlaid with nn Italian cut-work cloth, was centered with a crysUI bowl of red roses with pcon'.cs, flanked with crystal candle containing red candles. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Ferns Ril- chey, Eddie Faro and Sam Rit- Chey of Birmingham; Mr. am Mrs. William George. Mr. an Mrs. Fred George nnd G. A George Jr., of Luxora; Dr. and Mrs. Saliba and Miss Alira Saliba. ol Blythevillc; Mr. and Mrs. Louis George '<vnd Mr. and Mrs. \Vil!i;u;i Elias of Osecola. CLUB 61 (Formerly MidriUc .Inn) TUF.S. AND FRIDAY <Ahc.sl™ Nights OPEN NIGHTLY FOR DANCING Under New Manage- ' menh Call 944 for reservations. Couples and Parties ONLY.' Owned & Operated bj Gcorfrc Fnrd and W. A. "Ked" Bic);crsta(t Bessie L. Chism of Blytlievilc, daughter of Mrs. Elizabeth Chism. HAS EARNED A BULOVA I 1 " rom ADAMS' Record Bor Yovu- calls for "tops" in fine graduation cards. Of course that means Hallmark Graduation Cards from I D Hi: I ITS LfflLCT^BL'CTl IWTTT Til. tfl'M Mm M D R EIF L T S Continuous"Shows-----.-- Kvcry Day IJox Office Opens 1:45 '.' Show Slin'ts 2:00 LISTEN TO KI.CN 8:00 a.m. 12:'I5 p.m 4:30 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday Selected Short Subjects Continuous Showing Brown & White Spectator Size 4-10 Widths AAA-B llnx Office Opens at 6:30 Opens Sumlay l;30; Starts 1;15 Conlinuptis Shows Sat. and Syn. l):irgaiu Night Kvcvy Xijht Except Tuesday and Wednesday DOUBLE FEATURE FAMILY SHOE STORE 312 West Main St. Spike .lones—Cliloe Spike .loiics—Laura Terry t'omo—Surrender Terry C-i>ino—rrisoTirr of Ij>vc Terry Como—Kcntuchy I'rcddifi M;irtin—*o;vvc Me a Dream Freddie M:irlm—Mo tin Faced, Starry Kyed VaiiRhii Mdiiroc— IVA ' 11 me Vaughn Monroe—Itcwnrc, My Heart VaiiRhn Mnnrttc—1>rc:uns Arc Dime n I)o7.cn Krskine llnwkins—Afd'r Hours Krskinc T1:i\vkii]*> Al <;..odm;in—Uuilolf Friml odics Saminyc Kays—Slcplicn Foster Favorilcs David Rose—A Col-: Turtcr Kc- vic\v RCAV ICTOR RECORDS ADAMS APPLIANCE Co. J. W. Adams, Mgr. Thone 2071 2M-08 W. Main

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