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• PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, MAY 21, 1M7 Emily Wixson, Society Editor IMione -161 & ip Jackson Honored ftth Briclge' Parties |f Mrs &i!ghl Will Be Wed in June Bits of News ij H. Moore -uid.. Mis. Wtiitt&kcr entertained last at' tlie -Moore home 1020 Main St., with a dessert **ridge honoring Miss Lynn jack- json, bndc-elect of William Jo- —l>h McHnney, who also wfts imnlimcn'tcd yesterday a f (croon when Mrs. Olaienco Wilt iand Mrs. Charles -Bittner 'cnlev- hained with a" dessert brif/^o at Kheir home. 1133 West, Main Si..'. *; Ee\cn tables of guests were entertained at Hie Moore homo, if Jfetllvely decorated in a yei'.ow and white color scheme for Ihe occasion Individual vases of ycl- •low Hea roses centered cscn,'of 'the tables nnd yellow ros?s : centc-rt tlie nrraneemcius of "Spring- lowers .placed ' thruiigh (entertaining rooms Eacli gitesl ,was - presented a small bouo.uet ;of pansies. • t Tlie eucst of honor was pre- Tsented a corsage of yellow roses ~")jy 1'er hostesses and n gift 01 crystal in lier pattern. \ Miss Alc.xa Williams, also n bride-elect, was presented a ft: ft • In ' bridge games, Miss France. Eo\ve,n won high r^core uri?.e Second went to Miss J-.r.ic ,Ura:i 'ton, -tliivd to Mrs. T. H. Cim>wn: and 'traveling prize lo Miss .I'm .Gosiicll, Tea Huesis, Mrs. E. li Jackson mother of the bride-to- be. Mrs. John McHaney. mother of tl\e bridegroom-elect, and Mrs. Jack - MsHaney. drew a i prize which went to Mi's. Jkekson. From out of tcwn Wro Mrs. Harris Hunt nnd MrX Hoberf, JjOwe, both of Manila. ' Mrs. Wilson and her. daughter, Mrs. ! Bittner, cntcrtaine-1 v 12 guests al the bridge pmty yesterday afternoon complimenting ' Mrs'. 'Jackson and MVs. McHnncy. : Mrs'.. I. O. Westbroofc won Jilgli score- prize in nftcrnewn gomes and Mrs. J. C. Ellis Jr., held "ec- onn* J)i£h. : Sprintr bouquets of mixed flowers •attractively dccoriitfd the home" nnd roses centered each .table." . \ Miss Jackson was presented a £ift tff crystal by the hostess. Parents of Daughter - • - - .. Mr, and Mrs. Roland Rounfii- villc. -201 South Lilly at.,' i'J'0 parents of a daughter born yesterday afternoon at Walls Hospital. SI:e .has been named jarace Eiilir.c-.- Mrs. Rounsavillc was fonnar'.y Miss .! Alice Morris of Ahqnippa pa. ;\ • •:• \ •• • • Miss Bowen New Member Of 'College Writer's Club Mrs. liay L. McLestcr Is spendlni; two weeks with her son. Clay Mc- LestiT. Mrs. Mcl-csler and son at KorkFind. 111. Mrs. Clay McLostcr and youni? son liave lust arrived from Liverpool. England aboard the Quren Kli/abctli. Mr. Mcl*ster und his KiiKiish wife were married when he was stationed In England dnrlni! the war. Mrs. Mcl^-ster and !h!' Clay Mcl/'strr family will eome June for a brief visit and go on to mnway for the graduation June I, of Pcr:i Ray Mcl.eslcr from Ilcn- Crime Program On Radio Arouse DAR Membership Picnic for Sixth Grade Pupils to Be May 30th liovolu- Miss Eitnnn frolic Muirers will bffoiiic tlio bride June 27 ol C. Dnncan 01 Kennelt, Mo., if w:is announrrd today by h^r p Mr. and Mrs. rciu'l M:\ur re of Dell. Virginia Stiles Bride Of Rex William Towey Miss Virginia Elizabeth Slite.';. daughter of Mr. an<{ Mrs Maynard : O.' Stiles of Memphis, who made ,he!r home here many years, and irnnddaughlcr of Mr. ami Mrs. W. B. Stiles. 522 South Lake St.. became the briile Saturday night of pet: 'William Towuy ot Mooieheiul. Minn., son ol William Towey. , .The wedding vras solemnised at l.n-Eelle tfapiisl chmi'h by the Rev. D, M. Rcnic-k, pastor. Tall baskets of while gladoli ar- iniigc^ Vlth Southern fmlhx and Slowing fupors formed n background for the wedding parly 1 .' Hotly Jo Sllles.or nlythi'ville and Jane AriayHelotl' p[ "Memphis^lighted tapers!' V "'''•" : ' \ '' . A proiiraii^r niU5lc was presented by Mrs. Wllda Black of Iv(em- pliis, orftnnlBJV\hi«l Maynard Siiles. Jr., of Memphis. Their si'lsclinns included "Because" "I Love. You Truly". "SweetcSt Story Ever Told" Seniors Arc Honovod By Lake Street Clinvcli LXJXOHA, Art:., May 21. — Mb: Virginia Bbwen, daughter of Mr . anrt^Mrs. Howard Bowen and o freshman fit Mississippi state Col- and'"To a Wi'ld^ose." Mrs. Black lege-.for Women, has been pledged R T<; (1 played traditional ncddiiig to Writer's Ciub and has also been" marches. l-ved J'lpkin of fit. I.ouis h visiting s Itiei 1 . Mrs. A. J. Pipkin, for I wo weekrv Mm. UaiKv McFarland of Memis visiting her son, C. L-. Mc- liirl.iiicT, and family. Mi'H. Clrac(^ Adkls-sou has rettirn- r ( ] from nil mint-ham nfter snrncl- ;.e\'eral days with relatives t)lC!?. Mr. anil Mrs. Floyd Davis have , if turned from ironston. Miss.. wlK-ie they accompanied Mrs. r)a- i vis' mother, Mrs. .J. U Holiday. | ' \vlien -slH' returned to her hooi*? here after vlsltini; Here two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Davis visited other ' relatives In ironston and Plieba. Ml«s.. before retmn!n«. They were timnanied home by Miss Eve- Whreler or Houston, cousin or Mr. Davla. Mr. nnd Mrs. P. A. Escarre and children, p. A. Jr.. and Dolores left Monday for prcscolt. where they will mnkc her home. Mr. Esoni-re ami his mother-in-law .Mrs. W. H. rioath .have purchased ncn rYank- liii .store In Prescott. Mr. Escarre will manaec tile store. - Mr. and Mrs. Russell Camp- lH-11 have returned rom v Cli whore I hey ij<indu<-ted Fall buying for Miss Wbitsltl's Slioi). Tlicy were accotnpanietl by Mi';s I3ur- biVi'a Child. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bo^nn nud [lauKhlei'. Naney. leit tliis af'.ei-- nr-nn for Liilk- Hock, where Mr. liosan will, allend U) biisiness a feu- days. Miss Gall Kiel) returned home yesterday from Phoenix. Arix. where she has l-een (he guest, of lie]' fiance. Clarkson Kakin. nnd his mother. Mrs. Uelh Eakin. Miss Eich was met In Memphis by her luirrnls. Mr. and Mrs. Loy Eieli. She came by plane lo Me.mnhis. Mrs T. W. Jeffries aim Mrs. A. F. Henicke have returned from Mnnnhis where Mrs. Henicke consulted her specialist at C.mmbell's Clinic. She will he confined to hei bed at home. 112-1 Hearn St.. for Hip next 10 days, followinir which she. nil! vcluvn t" Memphis for another examination. ^. WASIUNO'I'ON. May 21 The S«tli Annual Con-jivs Dauchti'i-s <tf tic; Am.rn^n tton t':day voted nnniiliii' vsil of ,'J iK.licy r^olujlin liii! a di-mand that radio s'.".vns tut out crime programs. The di-lejiates also |)l-;d','cd themselves l» a watchdog i-.ile to krcp • public libraries and classrooms "freed from false and in.iidious dot-- trliies and interpretation-;." | Their stands were set forth in resolutions on issues nnt;inj; :':':jin edueiiiiui) lo Communism. They asked that I he radio crime Ihrlllef be banned "for tiie sake of our American yonth ami future safety of our country." The resolution complimented radio stations on "[-onslructive pro^i-am.s" and called for more of them. In the resolution on classrooms and libraries, the ilcU-galns warnc'l that careless interpretation'; or de- liberali- misrcpre.sr-'ntiition t»l Aint f- ican history and gov^n-inonl, either in books or talks, can fcfrvo as "Ono uf the most suofl-> :mcl d tn- Kerous iiM'thods of ijJiDlaiili'i ; ['I'''' and unAmerican ideas" in youthful minds. The i-(jni;rc.ss voted 1 U) bark rnrr.- snres fur "just -nnd ad.-iinate com- pensaltou" fur teachers. H also iv- nfflrmi'd ils opposition In hxli-ral aid to education or .uiy l^^islulio:! which would shift ^cfirui conlu>' from tin- Mate.-; lo the fodtnal government. : The promotion picnic for t-ixlli Kradc students of Lange, Cciuval, Sudbnry and yarbro .sclno's 'A 'll. i he held next 'rv.e.«!iiv. Miv 27. :it (UP)— walker Park of the | It W3 s ':\niiriunc"l fj<md-v 'hat ' -Ule I)i(: | owin ,, ic w(J(lU , h! , d . !]K , K( | 1IV| Miiy ;, 0 •;•],,- Osceo/o News N5rs. F.. J.Kii'uy of myi.j'.ialW'.'.K'.i, J-'la.. will arrive tynioi-r:jv; lor :i visit with Mrs. I'. J. Sonnn.";. Mls.s Margaret Phillrwi 1 uf Chicago Is visiting her sist-." 1 , i 1 /^'.-:. n. W. Goldrek-k, and fainil/ fists w. c :. Mr. and Mr:;. Curti; V.'i'! 1 .:!^; of Ilt:< Ilena, Miss., spoil', a bi'i?: \\ it with Mrs. Williams' mother. Mrs.' H. J. Uvcnsteln. and family. whllJ en route to tlieJr home. | 11. J. Hale is a palie.i; in the )3a]i- tist ifospital in Memphis, where he is nnder^oinu treaiineiii. | U. C. liryan, Mrs. Dill DillarJ and i Mrs, Maurice Hi|;t;ins ot M'-'inphi>| liavc roturiu'd from l,::iini;l!Hi, N'cl), win re Mi'. Dryan alt;r tlvcl to busi- IIL'SS. ' . Mrs. GtoiT.e Cone acramp uiled • Dr. Com- to Llltle Rjc-lc, whore he | is attt'iidin); a me:'tnv; of ;:K' Arkansas Stato Dental A'.s i::iali in. Mr:;. Kutli Swansey ii.is r::.i:nrd lo her home after a w:-e'K's vl.»it 1 with friends and relative^ in East Prairie. Mo, Mir,. Alma Morrison lias none t > Jackson. Miss., to bo tliu v,\\'-'^ of I her sisters, Mi';;. W.-(,. Lovvo, and' I.It'.s. H. C. I''cl>;us->n. j Do y ou suffer MONTHLY This great medicine 13 famous to relieve pain, nervous cilsiruss unit wt'iik, cranky, 'draKKCd out' ( t.vl- Ings, of Miuh tlitys— vmeiL'iliie to female fmiciloniil monthly tllsuir- Also {liio stomiu'htc tunic I •. \\ Bivtheville IJIiil: Hchool soniol'.s of I..aV:c KlriM't "'.'fll.oiiist Church., their mothers and ;.-ouni: people uf | the' church were entertained last,! nipbl wiLh an ini'onmd party «l. ] the churc-h bv tin- Woman's Society r.f Christian Si'rvlcc. ip.u'ty fL-ocls were ' .'.erved fi'oni LI table dranod with a lare cloth over rrcrn and ecnlcrcci .vith u bowl of yellcv.v rosebuds and burnini: yel- iovv l/npsrs. Siniill hov<|iwts of roses nl.so [lecoralod siivall lables and baskcls nf pconios wove arranged in the mom. .S'.-niors' pinrcs were mafKOrl wiL>. ' -- ...... -miniature diploma:; lied with n\v-i . icon ri'rtoi, and Hi'.mnatlon cap:;. : f rone MotjefS tligaqccl A dr?.Mi'iecl ponies w«vc present- , j" o K cnnctt Mo., Mart cd cao.h senior by \frs. J. \V.i Malonev. The H r v. J T I!. Blcvins, churc'i pastor, uiio als:n v.a* a t;i;~st. fiavo Honior Smith HonorccJ At Class Dinner Party HoriH-r A. Smith Jr., member t,f the vi'afltiatin^ cia. 1 ;; at Holland. Mo.. Hisil) School, was lionore.l when liis parents. Mr. and ; Mr.:. Homer S.nitti miri bi-ollier. Bobby. entert.'iiu'd Sunday with a dinner jjiorty at their country home in South Holland following baccalati- •cate M'rvice for tlir cluss. The home was decorated in flow- >rs carryinu out class colors, The able romcrpicce v:as n lur«e cal-:e n^cribed with "congratulations." Following the party, they attended a .fiinior American Leglnn baseball j;:nno at, Hlylheville Army Air FicUl. Tlie Kiicst of honor is a nomb^r ol the learn. Gue:;t:; imiiutlcd Ann WarLn, M-ntlia Dale Hickson and Dennis Cientrv of ni;,llievUlc, Mr. liiul Mrs. Ij-llhcrn Dnimaiond und daue,ht'.n'. Shirley, ol Jackson. Trim., Mr. and Mrs. bda B. Smith and family Dallas. Trans 'and Mr. nnd Mrs. E. lj. Smith of Stcele. Announcing < SUMMER CLASSES ?<'.: SO - HARMONY - BAWD and PSE-BAND INSTRUM.EHTS iCt.M-1 Wodenpfuhl'BME LSU Kcr! S-l. Wcdenpfuhl BME LSU Phone 2932 Address 811 Hearn Register Now Mr.G. Boxer Short Sets for Boys Sizes 2-7 The TOT SHOP to the circulation staff "The,Spectator." :* WE BUY * WE SEL.L USED FURNITURE J1MMIE EDWARDS FURNITURE CO. 313 -E. Main Phone 2487 j presented. :'. !n'i"f wcvi'oni and K:ilhry;i K'r!:ert':Oii rcrpon.se. Tlie .bride wore a'forinnl t;own of cgeshcll satin trimiucd \\lth scoa pearls. The leg-O-imitlon sloovi-s came' lo ; a calla pfjlnl over tin- hands rind the flnger' T tlp veil was Of roscpoint lace. Mrs Ricliard Massamore f.f Memphis was the brltljj's matron lof honor" Her dress, which had a bouffant skirt, was In aciua. Her I other attendants were Miss Ni-ll I Holland, Miss Anna Mae Morgan nnd Mrs. Cleatus Gulp, who wore cotton colonial-styled drcssc.;. They carried Colonial bouquets similar to that carried by the matron of honor. Thomas Towcv oi'Morohead. brother of the bridegroom, wns his best tnnn. Ushers were. CU-atns CulP- Rlcliard Massamore and Nonnnn ;This-Store will be closed Monday, May 2.6 Mr. niul Mrs Earl Magcrs of Dell announce the engagement, o.( lUrir danu'hter. Miss Emma Irene Makers, lo Curtis O. Duncan.'son of Xfr. niut Mrs. Elmo Duncan of Kennel t. Mo. 'The wedding will lake place at Ihe home of tlie bride's parents June 2. Miss Magcrs \vas grnduated from noil High School and attendee! Arkansas State Teachers nt Comvay her freshman yenr (n!!ei;e She now Is a student at Arkansas State Colleirc. Jonesboro. where she is chaplain o[ Delta Het.i Clii Sorotily. Mr. Duncan \viss graduated '.rom Kennetl Hirili School, lie served ' four years in the Nfii'y and no'.v is :\tiendiii'_' Arhansn's Slate l.inn ^ ft. A^issco Schoolmen Plan 'Ladies Niyht' Progr«;» Ladies night will be observed -it the Mississippi County Superintendents and Cj'incipals As?ociutio:i's final mectillii of the year lo be held at the Bunlcfto High School tonight at CiSO. Phillip I-X'i-r. ixiiinly scliool supervisor. ann.iunc:-cl l-jtlay. W. B, Nicholson. snp-i'int,'ii,-l?nt. c:f HlythovillL- schools, \v : ll preside over a short business .';e.ss;on. after v.'hich inember.s and ^nost.: \vill bo i-ntert^ineu 1 with a fnn program. I.'j said. Mrs. -Reynolds Hostess To Episcopnl Auxiliary Mrs: Kdhh H. ncyncilds was toss last ni;:h1 tn Kt. BlepV ICpisropal An>.i)i;u-y at It" on llearn r ;t. Auxiliary pravt 1 !- opened the meeting. <Un'it:" ( \vhieli Mr:.. E. tnents." Mrs. I-rank .1. i':ii( i; Ud tiie ttiMinssal imi.voi. Mrs. Lewis Spoi'tiello bcr-aine a ncinber of Ihe i-r:;an'x \ii-m at asl nijiht.'s nieelijis:. Kt-[i't: : i:'.ne'its • \veit 1 .served. 1 , ., _ " Tnp to Hot Springs rn &i" s0 i r;±n,i ...M,^'Arranged /or Seniors or 'he ijridc. Mi', and Mis. Towev ! left for a wedding trln tn the \Vcst. I ! UXOHA. Ail:.. May 21. — The They will mnkc their home in fienior Class 01 Uixora His" Morehend. (=rhe..-,l i s spendinf, ten days in Hot Springs. Irom whore Ihev will on .sight-seeing tours of the State. lr Those making the trip are Mrs. CottCRfi non . is .Williamson Dew. 'Miss Betty 0 Sue Wnlkcr, Miss Katliloen P.eid. Miss ''Ann Owen, Miss Noil Gray, i!is s Cliarlenc Garner, Miss BilUe Dew. Miss Jimmie Lee Garrison. J. T. Conner, Thomas 'Joh-ison, Ralp^i Miti-licH and Fred Hoiwis. Col- Too Late to Classify Wanted To Buy ,< r-6 White suede combined >vith brown calfskin. A beautiful D'Orsay topline, lace- Hke perforations that resemble giant stitch- :ng... wall toes ...medium high heels... you take it from there. Same Pattern — Open Toe $7.95 Mot Molhs Is the Greatest Enemy Certified Cold Storage Send us your woolens, too! The cost of storage is so slight you cannot afford to be w.ithouV this protection Absolute Protection . . . Wo Invite Your Inspection. Blytheville Steam Laundry IMioncs -US—11!) apple blossom deodorants by helena rubinslein APflE BLOSSOM DEODORANT CRSAM ... Silky, gentle, snfc ...for your underarms, the soles of your feel. Big 2 oz. jar. S/icdal, . OU BtOSSOM DEODORANT COLOONE.. . neicJiiMtiil itc- odorant ... to smooth all over your boily nfler yonr balfi. Keeps yon dainly all day. ! Vs oz - c, 1.00. ROTHROCK Drug Co. 205 West Main St. Phone 451 Moss Brycm Presents The Unusual Gift For v Both Boys and Girls at Graduation THE GIFT SHOP 10J5 East Main Street ContiniKius Shows Every Hay l!ox Office Opens i :45 LISTEN TO KI.CN 8:90 a.m. J2:45 p.m 4:30 p.m. Lasl Tim* Today Swell Guy willi Sonny Tufts anil Ann Blylh Selccled Short Sliii.jccis .Conlin_uous Showing Tveryday' Thursdav Cnntmunus ShnwiinK Kveryday Selected Short Subjects Gifts 'I ho graduate di'sovves a vovy special g\((. I'i'oni our vrry special soloo- • • ti'oii ("lir.oso I'nim a HUKC Solevlion of \Valchcs and ItinKK . . • Kor_ :'• Most Appropriate (iilt GUARD'S llox Office Opens at G:30? Ol>ens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:15; Coniinuous Kiinws Sat. and Sun. reaiii Niglil Every Night Except Hatiiniay. Xo passes hnnnrcd un Sunday at Hie Koxy. Last Time Today I1OUBI.K FEATURE Secret of 'Whistler ,iili Itirhnnl l)i\ ami Loslifc Hrook^ Black Market Babies ivitli Kalllb MiiiR:yn A- .Jayni: lla/arrt Sclcc-lcd Shnri Snb'jvrls Thursday and Friday "^^V

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