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PA6K BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6, 1949 New Campus Luggage Handy and Tough Phone 4461 E. 0. Adams Married In Jonesboro Ceremony Announcement Is being made to. day of the marriage of Mrs. Mary Viruon of Jonesboro to E .O. Adams in a ceremony performed August 10 at the bride's home in Jonesboro. The Rev. Reese Howard read the single ring ceremony before intimate friends and relatives. White gladioli and palms formed the Improvised altar. Following a reception Mr. and Mrs. Adams left for an eastern wedding trip before returning here about October first to make their home where Mr. Adams lias extensive farming interests. » • • Farewell Party Fetes Mr., Mrs. Thomasson Mr. and Mrs. Harman Taylor and Mr. and Mrs. Farris McCalla were hosts and hostesses. at a dinner party Saturday night to 12 guests in compliment to Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Thomasson who will leave soon lor St. Louis to make their home. A white cloth overlaid the dining table which was centered with a low crystal bowl containing a copious arrangement of garden flowers. Mixed summer flowers were used throughout the home. The guests spent the evening informally. » • • Two Guest Speakers At Meeting Yesterday The Missionary Study Group of the Women's Council of the First Christian Church met yesterday at 2:30 at the home of Mrs. J. C. Ellis with Mrs. J. C. Ellis, Jr., co- hostess. 15 members and two guests, Miss Mary Nunn and Miss Ruth Chang, houseguest of Miss Nunn, attended. Mrs. W. D. Cobb presided over the business session with Mrs. George W. Barham conducting the devotional, "We Rejoice In God Through our Lord Jesus Christ." She concluded the devotional with the reading of the hymn, "Jesus The Very Thought Of The." Mr». Jame» Terry, prgoram chairman, led the discussion of "Our Work Among the Negro Americans." 6h« »M assisted by Mrs. Hadley Hay», and Mrs. Eric Whitley who discussed Negro colleges. Miss Chang discussed Chinese custom a and modes with Miss Nunn discussing her trip to Germany last year. Fallowing the dismissal prayer, the hoatesses served refreshments. Jliss Barbara Ann Mavimi! Mr. and Mrs. Paschal Maynani of Leachville, today announced the engagement of their daughter, Barbara Ann. to Charles Jolliff, Jr., on of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jolliff, "r., of Manila, Arkansas. Miss Maynard, who is a talented Icalist, is a graduate of Leachville ligh School where she was active in dramatics, a member of the school ubllcation staff and was also sel- cted as cheer leader. Mr. Jollift Is a graduate of Manila Ugh School and the University of Arkansas, while alt' iding the nni- •ersity he was outstanding In nth- etics, having been a member of he Razorback basketball team for our years. He is a member of Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity and is now ing as vice president of Miss- ssippi County Alumni Club. Mr. olliff was athletic director at Manla until May when he accepted he position of manager of the isceola Chamber of commerce. Wedding plans wiH be announced ater. Meeting Held At Methodist Church •Hie Womena Society of Christian Seryiw of the First Methodist Church met jesterday at 3 p. m. for a business and program meeting at the church. Mrs. C. A. Cunningham, program chairman, assisted by Mrs. John Poater and Mrs. Paul Jobe conducted » program on "Faith" for the 40 members attending. Mn. Tf. !•• Homer presided over the short business meeting alter •which the hostesses, Mrs. Sally WU«on, Mrs. Foster, Mrs. Jobe, Mrs. Mel Brooks, Br., Mrs. James Dates, Mrs. T. I. Seay, Mrs. James L Guard Mrs. Lendennle Fowler, Mrs. Floyd White, Mrs. Mai Reid, Mrs. Ray Hall and Mn. Elsie Fisk, served refreshments. Mrs. Roy Bagley dismissed the froup with prayer. Six from Lake Street Attend W.S.C.S. Seminar Six representatives of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of the Lake Street Methodist Church were in Marked Tree today attending the fall seminar for the church women of the Jonesboro District of the Methodist Church. The delegates included: Mrs. Billy King, president of the Lake Street W.S.C.S., Mrs. C. T. Shamlin, Mrs Iverson Morris, Mrs. Joe Strickland. Mrs. C M. Baxter and Mrs Linza Harrison- Joyceftes Election Held At Club Thursday The Jaycettes rret Thursday night at the cluti to elect new officers and make plans for the coming club year. Those elected were Mrs. Carl Marshall, president; Mrs. R. A. French, vice-president: Mrs. Cecil Graves, secretary; Mrs. Jack •JRawlings, treasurer. A Board of ''rectors was also selected with Mrs. n] a ir Miller. Mrs H. L. Halsell, Jr., and Mrs. WiMam Wyatt appointed to serve. Mrs. Lester Gibson was elected an honorary member. •vr Re u reslimentK were served by Mrs 11 Blackard, Mrs. Lagronru and Mrs. Bill Crawford. Barbara Ann Maynard To Wed Charles Jolliff lunior Class Election Held Monday at Dell The Junior class of Dell High School met Monday afternoon and elected officers for the coming school year. The following will serve: Miss Jherry Sue Barnes, president; Bibby Simmons, vice-president; sec- etary and treasurer. Miss VVena Vfoody; reporter. Miss Martha Yel- 'crton. The class colors are lavander and *'hite. The class motto Is "Onward." Larry T. Moore is sponsor of the group. Beta Chi Class Meets At Walter Day Home Mrs. Ifa Gray and Mrs. C. M. ray were guests yesterday of the Beta Chi Sunday School class of the First Christian Church when it met at the home of Mrs. Walter Day with Mrs. Hugh Hudson co-hostess. Mrs. Ira Gray reviewed the book, 'They Come Cheaper By The Doren," Gilbrcalh, for the 20 memters present. Mrs. G. A. Whittan and Mrs. Jewel Lott are new members of the class. Gifts were presented to Mrs. Vernon Thoma. c .son who will leave soon o make her home In St. Louts. Fallowing di.smi.ssal the hostesses served refreshments. W. M.U. Meeting Held Yesterday at Church The w. M. U. of the First Baptist liurrh held their rctrular business meeting yesterday the church at 2:30. Mrs. Walter Bishop opened the meeting with prayer. Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon presided over the meeting with reports being filed by officers and committees. "Prove Your Sense of Value, 1 ;" was the topic of the devotion given by Mrs. C. L. McWaters, Sr. Mrs. H. K. Brooks dismissed with prayer. Miss Ross Is Hostess To Calvary Y. W. -A. Miss Lorene Ross was lioste« to 12 members and three jrue.st.s of the Calvary Baplisl Y. w. A. at her home last night. Mrs. W. J. Raw, Mrs. Roy Heart anti Jimmy Wilder were the guests attending. Mrs Heart concluded the serie-s or studies she has been conducting on "In The Direction of Dreams". Mrs. Head was presented gifts from the group In appreciation of the studies. Following the dismissal prayer by Miss Jean Norman the hostc.ss served refreshments. Minnie Lee Jones Music Studio Now Open for Fall Classes IN PIANO REGISTER NOW Studio— 807 Chickasawba Telephone 2<)!H Bits of News Mr. and Mrs. Earl Walker, Jr., of Port age vIllCj and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Walker, Sr., of Bly- ihevllle returned Sunday from a week's vacation in Detroit, Chicago, St. Louis and Canada. While in Detroit they were the gue.sU ot Mr. and Mis, S. B. Walker former residents of Blylhevillc. They nlso visited with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Tweedle there. Condition of M. G. Terrell of Mnrfrcesboro, Arkansas, father of Miss Effie Lee Terrell Is unchanged. Miss Terrell is with him. Miss Anne Wecdman left today for Lafayette, La., ) spend several days with Edward E. Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Bras.selL Miss Wecdman will leave Lafayette Sunday for nalon Rouge where she will pnroll ns a senior at Louisiana State University. Graham Parllow ]cfl Sunday for :he University of Arkansas where iie will "nrnll as fl freshman. Mrs. Bill Browning spent Sunday ,n Holland as guest of her mother, Mrs. Joe f.aJiue. Among the Filylheville people attending the profcs.sloniU football ?ame neLvoen the Washington Red Skins and the Chicago Bears Sunday In Memphis were Dick Shanks, Miss Mickey Meredith and Edwin Weedman. Mr. and Mrs, George Weedman, Mr. ami Mrs. George Weedman, Jr, and Charles Weedman arrived Monday from Three Rivers. Michigan to spend several days as guests of Mr. and Irs. C. G. Weedman an other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Raleigh Sylvester and son. Tommy Sylvester, left Monday for Pawlm-ska, Okla., to attend (he wedding of their son and brnthr Div.'ict Gaines. to Miss Mary Margaret. Culver Wednesday, September 7. Mr. and Mrs. Jes* Horner and 'nmily have returned from Basalt, olorado where they spent the summer at their cottage. They attended the Goethe Bi-Cen Centennial at. Aspin, Colo., where they neard the Minneapolis Symphony, Rubcnsteln and other lists. They also visited on a movie location -here. Mrs. W.^Lconard Smith of Annur- el left last night for Southington, Conn., to visit her daughter, Mrs. [rvin Mitchell, Mr. Mitchell and family. Mrs. Mitchell Is the former MLss Imogene Smith. Billy Williams and Harry C. Farr eft Saturday lor the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville. R. C. Allen left Tuesday for Vanderbilt at Nashville where he will enroll as a freshman. He was motored to school by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Allen. j Marion Randolph Smith. Charles' Crigger and Gordon Hammock Izft j Sunday for Fayetteville where they will attend the University of Ark- aasas. -'-George Green, James Vest, Bruce .ayson, Mac Williams and Frank *icholson attended the Washington t Skins and Chicago Bears football game Sunday in Memphis. Mrs. H. C. Patton. Sr, is spending several weeks in Texas and Okla- Fall JuEfcage for the college pirl to tote back lo school incorjn>ra(es brand new ideas: So that she can roll her own, a trunk (upper left) carries its own retractable wheels in the base. An automatic tilt-mirror makes the cosmetic case (lower left) a workable make-up box enroute. The worn b*c- ^afe room treatment won't bruise the three-niece luggage .set of the rirl friyhn. The moulded fl»«f .iber construction Is dent proof and practically indestructible. By MAK.IOHIR SCILKK.V signs in lngga^ make their debut XKA Staff '.Vritrr in time for tiie school girl and The girl going back Lo school can 'other travelers to ukc off this fall swing luggage of moulded fibfr that's almost indestructible or roll her suitcase through, the travel rush 011 it °wn two wheels. 'lTic.se and other inventive dc- hom a as gue.'I of relatives atid friends. Gordon Russell left today for Louisiana Slate University at nnton Rouge where he will enroll as a senior. Mr, and Mrs. Paul D. Foster and Pai 1 1 D. Foster. Jr.. and Lou Schar- baneau of Hattic-sburg, Miss., spent Sunday in Memphis wVere they attended the Washington Red Skins and Chicago Bears football came. Mr. and Mrs. V. F. Tittle of Towney, Ala., and Mr. and Mrs. Carl D'Eplro of Jnneau. Alaska, have returned to their homes after having been the guest? for several days f^f Mr. and Mrs. B. K. Tittle who live -t the air base. Mr. and Mrs. Tittle visited In Aln.skn for several days and were accompanied to Blytheville by Mr. and Mrs. D'Eoiro for a visty here. Mr. D'Epiro is tl^e director of national parks Jn Alaska. j with fewer fours for the face of their new suit c;i * f s • MonhteU plastic gla.ss fiber, which won its tag of indestructibility during the war, mufces inntched luggage sets: hat box ami three cases of graduated .sixes. Finished hi antique tan or black, these cases are, not only .smart but are resh' I it to scuff ins, scratching and denting, plastic fiber glass is also rot and mildew-proof and is nb!e to withstand all extremes of climate. In the "roil-your-own" department arc trunks and large portable cases which are treated to a pafr of retractable wheels at one end. These lock into position for mobility. A large suitcase-on wheels has two tiny fold-away arms that opeti out so i hat smaller pieces can hitch n ride, The Ituly tiv.velers who has had to crane, stretch or turn acrobat in order in see herself in _ her travel-case mirror will welcome the en>el device in an overnight bag that tilts her looking-glass to suit her convenience. The mirror automatically -siips back under the lid when trie train case snaps shut. The R1TZ TH1AT8I BY REFRIGERATION Mrs ' B A lynch Mrs H H ' ba " (ts ? !r &P° rts a variety of colors Hoiich'ins,' Mrs. E. B. Gee. anrt Mrs" j and " l "^ s ranging from rawhide E. R. Lnnchashire left Sundav j ni»ht for Chicago where they will ; snphDnioi-p. Mr. and Mrs. Williams attend the Supreme Convention of [ will return today from FayeUcville. the P.E.O. Sisterhood. Mrs. R. P. MKs Delores Parker, who has Kirshner will join them there nnd : been in Battle Creek, Mich., for will be one of the principal speakers [ the si'iinner as guest of her sister, Mrs Alfred S. Hurley, Mr. Hurley and family, has returned home. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Brov.n of of the convention. Miss Barbara Mona«rhnn left Sat- urady for the UniversHy of Arknn- _. .. __ sas where she will be a sophomore, j JVns;tcola. Fhi., left today for (heir Miss Monaghan nrconipnnicri Mr ! home after having spent several nnd Mrs. Marion Williams and son. j days here as guests of Mr. and Bill Williams, who will also be a' Mrs. T. I. Seay and family. Continuous Shows Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 1:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m 4:30 p m LISTEN TO KI.CN I'uesriity and Wednesday Selected Short Subjects Continuous Showing Every Uaj The Kill Theatre has • Crj-Koom where mothers with freltlnp babies can see and he»r Ihe show In comfort. Bo< Office Opcn< 6:45 Show SUrta 7:00 Opens Sundij I:H; SUrd 1:15 Continuous Show* Sat A San Bargain Night Ererj Night Kxctpt Saturday No passes honored on Sunday at Koxj Theatre Tuesday & Wednesday jp«3«-~* 5elec<«t Short Subjects For Fall's Sport Duds . . . Pussyfoot . Dudes by Brown-Tan-Green AAA to B 98 Sure as sliootm' fashion in this crepe sole shoe ... closed at the side with a bright, shining buckle . . . saddle stitched for ;m extra western touch. Available ill sage green, oxblood red and saddle tan. DIAL 3362 ::: w. MAIN Blytheuille, flrknnsas Coming Events Social Miss Lorene Has will b« hostess to Calvary V. W. A. at her home, 1105 Vine at 7:30 p.m. Wesleyan Guild of the First Methodist Church will meet at the Fred stedinon home, 1501 Walnut at 8 p.m. Band mothers of all three units of the band will meet at the High School auditorium at E p.m. Tuesday Alpha Alpha chapter of Beta Sigma Phi will have a business meeting at the club room at 7:30 p.m. . Y. M. Birthday Club will meet at 7 p.m. with Mrs. Tollie Peterson hostess. Wednesdiy Foreign Missionary Society of the Nazarene Church will meet at church building at 2 p.m. Thursday Mrs. J. Merrill -Jontz will be hostess to the Double Four at her, home, 11CS Chickasawba at 2 p.m. Nu Phi Mu rush party at home of Miss Jane Shcllon, 1520 Walnut at 8 p.m. Mrs. George Saliba, Jr. hostess to Thursday Rook Club. Avalon Bunco Club meets with Mrs. Bu. c s Kittingcr hostess, Udells Class of First Baptist Church will meet at 7 p.m. for steak supper with Dr. Edna Nies hostess. Mrs. Roy Woods and Mrs. C. S. Baggctt 'will be co-hostesses. Elliott Fletcher Chapter of the New York Man Named Head of Bar Association ST. LOUIS. Sept. 8. (AP> - The new president of the American Bar Association for the coming year will be Harold J. Gallagher ol New ¥ork City. Gallagher was the only nomine* this morning at a caucus of state delegates of the association's house of delegates. The house will elect him formally tomorrow. He replaces Philip j. Wickser or Buffalo. N.Y., who died Aug. H. \Vlctacr was nominated last Jan. uary to succeed flrnnk E. Holman of Seattle, the retiring president. The only other new officer to be elected tomorrow Is the treasurer The only nominee (s Harold H Bredell of Indianapolis, who will be the first lawyer from Indiana to hold a major office In the A.B.A. An estimated 4.COO members of the association are attending the group's five-day convention here, • The next convention will be helt in Washington beginning Sept IS 1950. ' ' Mike Hohtnzollern Michael I, of Romania. Is a member of the Sigmnringen branch of the former Imperial family of Germany. His name would be Michael Hohenzolle'rn as a private citizen. U.D.C. will meet at 819 W. Ash lor a 12:30 luncheon with Mrs. I. o Wcstbrook hostess. to tweedy canvas. An inside cosmetic case Is lined with taffeta. The fall outlook of luggage Is also brightened considerably by color. Ensembles of leather cases, and plastic-coated cases go into as many high-fashion shades as the clothes to which they can be'mat- ched. At The Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Dixie Morris, City. Chester Lee Garrctt. Dell. Walls Hospital Dismissed: -Mary Jane Freeman, Air Base. Mrs. Frances Griggs, Steete Mrs. Wade Channel and baby, Holland. Bobby Jean Dent, Steele. O. R. Gillilaud. Cooler. Mrs. Robert. Walker and baby, city. Undefeated Warriors Alexander the Great (died 323 B.C.). Julius Caesar (assassinated •II B.C.). and the Duke of Wellington (died 1852) never were defeated in battle. 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