PACTFOU* BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Phooc 44S1 Wdurene Hawkins Becomes Bride Of William Brode ""In t candlelight ceremony of beauty tolemnized last night, at 8 o'clock, Mist Waurene Hawkins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Lota Htwfcins, became the bride of William I* Erode of Blytheville and Baltimore, Mti., son of the late Mr. and Mrs. W. L Brode of Baltimore. "The double ring ceremony was read before «n arch of roses in the fjowe garden on the back lawn of the bride's home. White baskets of hydrangeas were placed at each Jlde oj the arch with tall white tipers burning in wrought iron candelabra casting a soft glow over the wedding party. Oscar L. Hays of the. Church of Christ officiated. .Soft music could be heard preceding the ceremony and during t|ie exchanging 01 vows. [Tapers were lighted by Miss Peg- j^y Hawkins, sister of the bride and Ifiss LorKine Ross. Miss Hawkins won a pale pink marquisette for- rpal fashioned with a rounded neckline, tiny sleeve and flared skirl. Miss Ross's sown was similar to that of Miss Hawkins and was of aqua taffeta. Each wore a halo dt flowers in matching colors to their gowns. •The bride, given In marriage by Her father, wore a white formal gbwn of marquisette worn over satin. The tight fitting bodice was fashioned with a V neckline and tiny cap sleeves and the full gathered skirt worn over traditional hoop* wa» festooned in ruffles caught in each scallop by satin bows at intervals around the hemline. Her elbow length gloves of lace extended into a petal point, over the hand and her fingertip veil of Illusion fell from a halo of carnations and baby breath. Her only ornament was a single strand of pearls. She carried a white prayer book topped with a purple throated white orchid from which fell streamers of stain ribbons entwined with tiny •white flowers. Miss Maurene Hawkins, twin sister of the bride was the maid of honor-and only feminine attendant. She chose a soft blue gown of marquisette similar to that of the bride's. Her full skirt, was gathered and worn over hoops and jrtie wore matching elbow length gloves>She curried a nosegay of yellow, pink and white carnations with matching streamers. T. C. Hawkins, serred Mr. Brode a* best man. ^Ushers were James Thompson and'i^eroy Ross. Mr». Hawking 'mother, of 'the bride, wore an'Jowhid eyelet dress with white accessories. Her frock va< complemented with a shoulder nonage of pink carnations. A reception was held in the home following the ceremony. .The dining table, overlaid with a cloth of lace, WM centered with the' three-tiered . •wedding cake, topped with a mlnia- • tore bride and groom standing un- • der a white arch. Mrs. James Thompson and Mrs. Leroy Ross, < staters of the bride, presided at the; •table. Th« couple left on a wedding trip to Garden City, Kans,, before returning to Blytheville to make their home, where he is operator ol the Brode. spraying. For traveling, the bride chose an aqua sharkskin suit with brown and white accessories. She pinned her bridal orchid at her shoulder. Out of town guests here for the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bryant of Memphis, Mr. and Mrs, J. C. Shelton and Mr. and Mrs. Curley Shelton of Caruthersviile, Mo. Missionary Study Group Holds Regular Meeting The missionary study group of the Woman's Council of the First Christian Church met at the home of Mrs. A. R. Wetenkamp yesterday afternoon with 13 members and one visitor, Mrs. Lee Moore of Albuquerque, N. M. present. Mr.s. W. D. Cobb presided as chairman and the devotional \v:'.s given by Mrs. Freeman Robinson. The scripture reading was tfkeii from the 24th chapter of Luke. During the program, under the direction of Mrs. Cobb. a quiz on Our Missionaries of China was held. Those taking Dart on the privr-Mii and their topics were: Mrs. John M-Hsrey "The Crusade in China." Mrs. Eric Whitley. "We Crusade with the Chinese Chnr-h" i-nd Mrs. Cobb, who talked on "Habits of the Chinese." The meeting; closed with the reporting of the benediction, after which refreshments were served by the hostess. Doctor's Wife Discovers Cure "Washday u«d to be Gloom-day," says Mrs. K. A. I-agorio. 3500 I.ake Shore Drive, Chicago, "until we tried New Perk Soap. \<w Perk is our permanent cure for the blues and for tli.it old washing problem of grayncss Kvcrything washes apankine clean. white as white can be. Wouldn't be without Perk." Like Mrs. 1-agorio. you'll lind a Perk wash really dazzles your eye*. For Perk contains Armoctl, nrw miracle ingredient that lakes Ri,,yness init, nulslxiMiant neic whitc- ac* in your dothw. Grt Perk today. Miss Slonkard Becomes Bride Of Robert Hundley In a simple but impressive ceremony solemnized Sunday. 3 p.m. Miss Betty Joyce slankarrt, daughter of Mr. and Mis. H. O. Slanlt- ard became the bride of Robert. Lee Hundley, son of the Rev. and Mrs. C. L. Hundley, also of Paragould The double ring ceremony was solemnized at the home of the bride's parents at 2240 Peabody in the presence of Intimate friend.? and relatives of the couple. The Rev. C. li. Hundley officiated. An improvised altnr with a white archway entwined wllh greenery formed the setting for the wedding party. White floor baskets of magnolia blossoms and blue hydrangeas were placed at each side of the arch with arrangements of sweet- peas and other spring flowers in pastel shades being used throughout the home. A prosram of nuptial music was presented by Miss Palsy Miller of Parajrould, pianist and Raymond Hundley, brother of the bridegroom ?s vocalist. Miss MiUcr's selections included the bridal chorus from Lohenarln as the processional and Mendelssohn's "Wedding March" as the recessional. Mr. Hundley's selections were "Always" and "I Love You Truly." Miss Miller chose a Awhile pique dress trimmed in gold with a high nerkline and full skirt. Her accessories were in while. Sislrr Is Maid of Honor Miss Bonita Slnnkard. sister of the bride, was maid of honor and only feminine attendant. Her frock of navy blue crepe was trimmed in nnvy and white polka dot.s at the neckline and also as a trim on the side peplums. The filled bodice featured the tiny cap sleeves and she wore short white gloves. Her white hat WAS of straw and navy blue binding. She pinned a corsage of white carnations at her shoulder. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a white afternoon frock of crepe fashioned with a tilted bodice trimmed in matching apnlitnie at the neckline, and cap sleeves. The skirt featured three rows of tucks at each side and the impressed pleats at the back. Her white straw hat was trimmed with rosebuds across the brim. _ She carired.a white Bible topped with pink and white carnations entermlngled with maline puff.s and greenery from which fell showers of sjitin streamers in matching colors in ."which were tied sprays of greene'ry. ''.,•• The Rev. Eddie Hundley of Paragould. brother of the bridegroom served RS best man. Mrs. Slnnkard, mother of the bririe wore a frcck of light blue silk with navy accessories. Mrs. Hundley, mother of the bridegroom, chose an aqua dress with white ac- .e.=sories. Each pinned a corsage of pink carnations at their sholuder. Reception Is I'clrt Following the ceremony, a reception was held. The bridal table: •as overlaid with a lace cloth and centered wilh a low crystal bowl filled with svveetpeas and roses. At one end of the table was the wedding cnke decorated in yellow and white. Miss Virginia Ward and Miss Florene Ward of Portageville, Mo., presided at the table. After the reception, the couple left on a wedding trip before returning to St. Louis, Mo., to make their home where Mr. Huntley will be in evangelistic work. For Iravel- the bride wore a grey cord suit with white accessories and pinned a corsage of pink and white carnations at her shoulder . Out of town guests here for the wedding were Miss Lilly Hundley, missionary in China, the Rev. and Mrs. C. L. Hundley, the Rev. Eddie Hundley of Paragould: Misses Virginia and Florence W r ard. Portageville, Raymond. Neoma. Fern, Wesley and Linda sue Hundley, also of Paragould. Executive Board Meets At Presbyterian Church The Executive Board of Ihc Women of the First Presbyterian Church met yesterday at the church for their regular meeting. Mrs. Ross Steven? .president, presided at the meeting. The devotional was given by Mrs. C. P. Rambo after which the group discussed the combining of the erecutive board, circles and general meetings whtch will meet on the third Monday during July and August. The group was dismissed uMh grayer Bits of News Continuous Shows Ko\ Office Opens ! :45 Show Starls 2:00 LISTKN TO KLCN »:UO a.m. 12:45 p.m. «:3» p. m I'uesday anct Wednesday Selected Short Subject Conlinnnus Showing Kveryilaj. A. G. Little was removed yesterday afternoon by ambulance to Memphis Methodist Hospital, where lie will undergo treatment. Mr. Little is in Memphis with him. Dan and Chester Caldwell Jr., have arrived home from Duke University, Durham, N, C., to be the guests or their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Caldwell. Miss Emadel Swearengen returned to Payetteville Sunday with her brother, Herbert N. Swearengen Jr., who spent several days here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Swearengen Sr. She will spend two weeks there as guest of Mr. and Mrs. Swearengen Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Melton Beasley and children, Janetle and Jamelia returned to their home In Gary, ind., Sunday after having spent a week here as guest of Mrs. Beasley's sister, Mrs. Alt Moore and Mr. Moore and other relatives. Mr. and Mi's. Lee Moore of Albuquerque. N.M.. are the guests of Mr, and Mrs. J. E. Green. They plan to be here for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Joe K. Waddy had as their' guests for several days, Mrs. Russell Davis and daughter, Virginia of Hay city, Mich., who returned yesterday enroute to California and Mrs. Waddy's sister, Mrs. Charles McClard, Mr. McClard and children. Kent and Charlotte of Kansas City, Mo., who returned to their home today. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Herndon and daughter, Karen of Santa Anna, Calif., were guests Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Baugh. Edward Lee Pipkin left for St. Louis, Mo., where he will be employed for the summer with Peavtey Ice Cream Company. While there IB will be the guest of his brother, Fred Pipkin. Perry Lee Aclklsson student at University of Arkansas, Payettcville, spent several days here with his parents before leaving (or Jones- 3oro where he will attend the summer session at Arkansas State. He will return to the University in the Fall. McKinley Cameron spent the weekend in Blytheville v.'ith relat- ves and also went to Benton, Mo., to accompany home Mrs. Cameron and daughter, Phyllis Jean who lave spent the past week visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Summers. Mr. Cameron is attending the dlesel training school ~n Memphis. Miss Molly Guard arrived from San Francisco, Calif., for an indefinite visit here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James L. Guard. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ferguson and daughter. Arden have as their guest s Miss Mary Catherine Keel of Newport, and Miss Mary Lou Shanncr of Buffalo. N.Y. Miss Arden spent ieveral days in Newport as guest of Miss Keel. .' Mrs. Earl Koontz of Kansas City Mo., has arrived to spend several days here as guest of her sister, Miss Ellen Bryan, and her brother, Moss Bryan. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Nichols and son, Steve, of Armorel. left today for a two weeks vacation in washing- ton, D. C,, and other points East. While gone Mr. Nichols will be a delegate to the Rotary International Convention at New York City. June 16-20. He will represent the Luxora Rotary Club, of which he was president last year. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hoff and son. Bill, of Little Rock, are spending several days with friends in Blytheville. They formerly made their home her where Mr. Hoff was connected with Southwestern Bell Telephone Company. Construction of the original prison at Sing Sing was started in 1825, and the first cell block was completed in 1830. Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:flfl Opens Sunday 1:M: Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat A- Sun Bargain Night Evert \'ishl Except Saturday N'o passes honored on Sonda? al Roxj Theatre Tuesday and Wednesday (DOUBLK FKATURKI PACHD WITH rm • Or IARLT "THE .BELLS OF SAN, FERNANDO; KfTN GUIID rtOOUCTION'i YOUNG-MITCMUM. RYAN Kitchen Designs Are Studied by Ark-Mo Employes A two-day training course on "how to design a modern kitchen," Is being conducted by the Ark-Mo Power Company for their district sales supervisors and home economists at the Noble Hotel. The classes, held yesterday and today, are under the supervision of M. E. Laniilne and Tom Mitchell, kitchen designing experts from the Wesllnghouse Electric and Manufacturing Company, Mansfield. Ohio. On completion of the course, the power company's home economists and sales supervisors will be qualified to render a "kitchen planning service" which will be made available to all of Ark-Mo's electric customers. Diplomas for those satisfactorily completing the course will be pie- sented this afternoon by Joe T Hughes, personnel director of the company. Ark-Mo employees attending the elass from the Blytheville urea are; Mildred Hagerman, Mary Lois Pearson, Bernard J aggers, Tom Miller and Ramon Morton. Comina Events Social Calendar Tuesday The Alpha Beta Chapter of Epsilon Sigma Alpha will meet at the home of Miss Butone Jaggers at 8 p.m. with Miss Blllle Damon as co-hostess. The B W. C. Number 7 of the First Baptist Church wi" meet with Dr. F.dna Nles at 7:30 p.m. The American Legion Auxiliary will meet at the Hut at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Family Night at the First Methodist Church with covered dish supper at 6:30 p.m. Thursday The Fidellis Class of the First Baptist Church will meet at the home of Mrs. Paul Byrum at 7 p.m. for pot luck supper. Mrs. Al- vln Hardy and Mrs. J. E. McFall will be co-hostesses. The Elliott Fletcher Chapter of the U.D.C. will meet at the home of Mrs. j. D. Barksdale for 12:30 luncheon. The Wesleyan Service Guild or the Promised.' Land Methodist Church will meet at the home of Mrs. Herbert Mitchell. Mrs. W. H. Pease will entertain the Thursday Luncheoi Club. Mrs. Don Haley will be hostess to the Thursday Night Club. Double Four Bridge Club will be entertained at the home of Mrs Lynn Brown. The Gosnell W. S. C. s. will meet at (he church at 2:30 p.m. Mrs. Gene Ellis will be hostess to the Avalon Bunco Club. The Thursday Rook Club will be' entertained at the home 01 Mrs. Harold Hinson. Friday The C. B. C. Club will be entertained at. the home of Mrs. J. D. Smith. TUESDAY, JUNE 7, 1949 Saucy Straws in the San VIEW YORK—<NZA>— Fashion takes over Anfto-U.S. n- 111 lations by making matches between hats of Bahamian straw and wardrobes of American cotton. To find unusual textures and colors of natural straw, hat- designer Mary E. Good fellow went to the Bahamas for "silver top palmetto and brown cocoanuL The results are a new M.E.G. collection of fay color-spiced rollers, sombreros cloches and sailors in neutral shades of straw which can to anywhere this summer that a cotton dress or a cotton suit can CO.—EPSIE KINARD, NCA Fadtlu Editor. Millinery stars in the collection ol Bahamian straws styled for wear with American summer cottons are the hats pictured. Neutral-toned "silver top palmetto straw makes the rippled cloche which the picnicker wears (above). The brown and white dotted band encircling; the crown drapes easily over the brim. The (toiler's sunshade (iop right) of pale beige cocounut straw is brightened by a boldly-striped tie silk band. Western-styled sombrero (center rifht) of palmetto straw lies under the chin with a red cord which also rings the crown, luterwoven light and dark cocoanut straw forms interesting patlern for roller (bottom right) which has striped cotton band around crown. Miss Overman Hostess To First Baptist Y.W.4. Mi f s Cliffie Overman was hostess last night to members of the Young Women's Auxiliary of the First Baptist Church. There were 13 members and three visitors attending. Mrs. Russell Baugh taught the nission book entitled. "Faith. Triumphant in the Philippines." Mi.ss Marion Mays offered the clos- "ng prayer. During the social hour, refreshments were served by the hostess. New York state has a population if 14,000.000. Royal Service Program Held by Armorel W.M.U. The Women's Missionary Union of the Armorel Baptist Church met yesterday at the church for a Royal Service Program. The meeting was opened with prayer by Mrs. 5. H. Rebstock. after which Mrs. w. L. Smith gave the devotional, A Youth Quiz was held during the program under the direction of Mrs. Henry Berry. Those who participated on the program and their title were. Mrs. Ted Faught. W.M.u. Ladies, Barbara Faught, Sunbeams. Peggy Bourland. G.A. Girl. Jackie Auten. R. A. Boy. Dclean Beard. Y.W.A.'s. Mrs. N: C. Patterson, training union and ! Marvin and Michael Elliott, gav* the steps of the Fl.A. organization \ A brief talk was civcn by Mrs. W ! O. Auten and closing meditation I by Mrs. C. C. Elliott. The program was dismissed with i prayer by Mrs. Arthur Berry followed by a brief business session. Mrs. Frank Mays offered the closing prayer for the meeting. McMath Cancels Trip To Discuss 'Bypass' LITTLE HOSK, June 7. M>)_ Governor McMath postponed a scheduled trip to West Memphis today. The governor was to confer with persons protesting a proposed route of a new approach to tile Memphis bridge which would bypass West Memphis. He said yesterday hell be unable to make the trip until after President Truman's visit here this weekend. Next Saturday is President's Day in Arkansas. Governor' Mc- Malh so proclaimed It yesterday' In honor of President Truman, who'll be in Little Rock then. Al fhe Hospitals Blylheville Hospital Dismissed: Milton Childs, Steele, Mo May Oakley.- city. Walla Hospital Dismissed: Sherry Garrett. Luxora. Mrs. Arnold Steward, city. Mrs. John Hamra and babv. Mal- rien. Mo. Mrs. Troy Scruggs, Rosebud, Ark. S.S.S. Family Favorite for Over 70 Years WELCOME RELIEF t From Your Run-Down WARNING ORDER In the Chancery Court, Chicka- sawbi District, Mississippi County Arkansas. Vivian Gray Plaintiff, vs. No. 10.899 Eugene Gray Defendant. The defendant Eugene Gray (s hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named In the caption hereof and -.nswer the complaint of the plaintiff Vivian Gray. Dated this 26 (Jay of May 1949 HARVEY MORRIS, Clerk By Pit Morton. D C Holland Ac Taylor. Attys. fbi Pltf Percy Wright. AUy. ad litem 5!2'/-Sj3-10-n WARNING ORDER The defendant. Ray McWilliams is heveby warned to appear in the Chancery Court for the Chiclta- sawba District of Mississippi County. Arkansas within thirty days and answer the complaint of the plaintiff. Hazel McWilliams. filed against him in said court. Case No. 10.U10, and upon his failure so to do, s*id complaint will be taken as confessed. Witness my hand a s clerk of said court and the seal thereof this 6th day of June, 1949. HARVEY MORRIS, Clerk By Betty Ball, D.C. Reid and Roy, attys. for plaintiff. y Oscar Fendler, ally, ad litem. 6.7-H-2I-2B The South Pole is on a plateau nearly 10.000 feet high. TIRED FEELING STRAIGHT TO WORK ^•i^—™_ WHltl THISI TKOUHIS IfOIH Starts to Work at Once Helps K»ep You Feeling Better Recently a woman wrote: "/ tooi five bottles of SSS this ytir. Hive cease/ess energy. My husband rates SSS every year. He feels it is better to keep his blood in good health than to try repairing it." An appetizing portion of SSS Tonic before meals does wonders for the blood. This famous medicine builds-up low blood «tr«igth in men, women and children who have non-organic limplc or nutritional anemia. So why wait I SSS Tonic helps Nature work /liter when extra help ii needed. Mlllim of km*! SoU! Get a bottle of SSS Tonic in the bin red bo» from your drug store. Family tizt • »2.00; Regular »ize: »1.2i. . ~ ^ w w 1^=^ •- i'j. tWSTW TONICS licl/is build STURDY HEALTH DOCTORS'TESTS PROVE; when you enerqize your body with RICH, RED BLOO9 SSS Tonic goes right to work to build-up your blood itrengtk . . . builds-up starved, weak blood to renew energy and pea Medical authorities, by hlooJ analyses on case subjects, lak. ing SSS Tonic, itiU the folJ lowing concluiioni: I ". . .Laboratory studies show, tnat lor increasing red-blood-i cells and for making the cells rich in coloring matter SSS Tome was definitely greater than Liver and Iron . . ." Orttr T.iH Showed stomach gastric discomfort relieved, »nd I that food was more quickly j ACID INDIGESTION Tips For Tired Eyes 1. Hold reading matter about 14 Inches irom lace. 2. Avoid reading In poor "ght. J. Afttr driving, exposure to dust or wind or when eyes are overworked, bathe them wllh Latoptllt. Quickly somh« inflamed, sore, burning. Itch- mp and grunulaied eyelids or money refunded. ThouR*nd» praise It. 30 years success. Oet Lavoptik today At all drug stores, Monthly Meeting H«U By C pit copal Auxiliary The Woman's Auxiliary of St Stephen's Episcopal Church convened last nl«ht at 8 o'clock for their monthly meeting at tht church. Mrs. O. O Hardaway presided at the meeting in the absence of the president, Mrs. J. F. Fields. Mrs. ueroy Huddleston opened the meeting with a devotional period, including the National Woman's Auxiliary Prayer. During the bu*U ness session, plan* for the new year, which begins In July, were discussed. A report from the budget nom*. mlttee was heard and a budge* adopted for the new year. Olficers for Wie new year were elected with Mn, Huddleston » president. Other officers to serve with her are Mrs. J. P. Fields, vice-president, Mrs. John W, Blythe, recording secretary and Mrs. Kate Turck, treasurer. The constitution committee jave their report and other business waa discussed. The Rev. W. J. Fltzhugh, priest in charge, who had been present to guide in formulating the new year's program, pronounced the benediction. Bob Blodgett Elected Senator at Boys State Bob Blod'jcU. son of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Blodgett of 1916 Hearn, was one of the Blytheville boys who attended Boys State in Little Rock last week and was also elected a Senator. He was a member of the group who met in the Senate Chamber Thursday and later had lunch at the State Capitol. He was sponsored by the American Legion. Ritz Pictures Showing At Roxy Matinee Except On Saturday & Sunday Until farther notice, tht pictures at the Riti Theater will be ihora in the afternoon at the Roxy. The KIU i> closed In Uu afternoon (o permit us to Install the new refrigeration air-conditioning system ... an improvement that will make joor summer movie-going a real pleasure. The box office at the Rili for the present will open al S:W p.m. $ 1OFF ON' ANY POLL PARROTT WHITE DRESS SHOES for Children or Misses. These are NOT just odds and ends, btit OUK ENTIRE STOCK OF POLL PARROTT WHITE DRESS SLIPPERS are included. Shown are two of the many styles offered. We have a complete stock of sixes and widths. STAR BRAND I GROUP CHILDREN'S STAR BRAND DRESS SLIPPERS, SIZKS 2 TO 8 VALUKS TO 55.98, NOW SMOft to* '«,»OT» *HD Oltii ' TO GIVE YOU V REAL VAlUf< 1 GROUP SIZKS FROM S'/j TO 12 VALUES TO $4.19, NOW I GROUP SIZES 121/, TO 3 VALUES TO 4.09, NOW .. ZOO E. MAIN ST.
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