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PAGE TWO BLYTHEV1LLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, JUNK 2. I'M? Bocietu, Aleutl Royal Portrait Emily Wixsoa, Society Editor 9 Phone 461 43 Pupils to Jake Part .-" In Recjtal Here Tonight 'Students who will participate in the recital to be presented tonignt] at $-30 o'clock in the High .School! Crumby Style Auditorium by the rowlston School, of Music rhythm class, beginners nnj .intermediates, were. announced today. They are'Billy MoDaniels, Minerva Jo Began. I.ucy Caudiil, Janet Young, 'Ami EJIzitotfj B,ailcy. Mnd:i Jaggtrs, Jimmy ' Jaggejrs,. Patricia Ann FvWlstou/RuiSell Wayne Fowl- sto'ii; Maiiha Ann White, -Alvin Huffman III,- John Mark . Stcwan, Eaily McCulehen, Dick Foster, Beth Johnson. La Neal Sudliury, Roger Sudbury, Eva' Lee Graves. Juanita Ferguson. Virginia Leo Hudgens of Stccle, Mo..-.Patsy Caldwell, .'Dora Bernice] Wylic. Martha 'Ann Foster, Miirie Lucius. Patty Sue Fiakes of Steele, Martha Brooks of Steele, Wan Miller, Ann Hindman, Carol Ann Hoit,I decorated with them. Millinery Kay Joie, Jimmy Callens of Steeic,i confection was displayed at Stanley zellner. ..Einily Sue Damon,] bakery convention in Chicago. Winifred Kenwright, Nita Rose Hall,] Patsy CUilwood. P.H Hay..Sue Jote,' Kay Hindman, Elizabeth. Lee Gar- DlytnCVlllc Louplc WCCI ' ' ~ 3tee!e and T ' J ~ ~. . Cookies went to young Edward Neuman's head ns the Harvey, 111,, youngster .modeled a hnt Bits of News of )oft, 'Marie -Michie Betsy Bell. ,'Tomorrow night al 8 o'clock, ad- 'va'nced piano and voice pupils will present ,a recital in ths Jligli Sekool Auditorium.' • . '.Miss Billie Jean Abbott Announces Wedding Plan Miss Billie Jean . announced 'd^te and plans wedding to mho T. name.;. | The. double-ring ceremony will; be, solemnized June 14 :il th'. 1 hohie 'Of her.' parents, Mr. ami Mrs. C. M. Ahbot't, o-i E-.u-tifUl Road, by tlie Rev. E. C. Brown.! pastor of First Baptist Church. Mrs.-Rouald.Creary cf Z.J'cville, Ohio, will be her sister.s inotr.in of honor and L. G: Thompson Jr.. will serve'Mr. Barnes as best man. Tlie bride will be given fci mar-j riage by her father. i | Mlss Luella Barnes, sister ol the bridegroom-elect, will light tapers. A program of nuptial Riiel pre-nuptifil music will be presented, .by Mrs. Charles Aubott, vocalist, who is the fonnnr Miss Virginia Morcland. and L. T. Moors Jr., pianist. * • * Lynn Jackson Honored With Dessert Bridge Mrs. Paul Jobe and Mrs. I. O. Weslb r$<* ?; wejri,~ ;bo»Ji«v» L^Satiir- , ,d»y aftefhooJi/ial/'Uv?; J5iie . honto 'with i-J! dessert," brjdae complimenting: Mjss Lynn JaiikKoivbrine- elect of.'Joe W. McHaney. Gucsts;|were served tt four tables. Centering each was a miniature bridal figure an:l r. oridil scene also decorated the dining room taTpicv White roses were 'uv- 'ranged in' entertaining rooms. Mrs. E.-R. Jackson, mother of tlie bride-elect, and Mr*. Juhn C. McHaney," mother of ihe bridegroom-elect,, were nmon; guest. Mrs. Roy Hny won high score prtee lift;games and Mi-i. H. G. partlow, \bridgo. The guest of honor was presented .a gift of three pieces of crystal in her pattern. But Not for Hubljy Mr. and 'Mrs. A. E. Calilwcll am thelr dimghtei-, Cathie Ann, lelt Saturday for Knoxvllle, where Mr and Mrs. Caldwel) will attend the University ol Tennessee dtuinn Summer terms. ' Mr. Caldwe'll is prhicliml of Blythevillc Junior High Schoul and Mrs. Caldwell Is an Instructor In ihe Home Economics Department. Mrs. Virgil Greene, Mlss Elizabeth Blylhc and Miss Evelyn "Biytlie have returned Iroin Lexington. Ky., where they visited Mrs. Green's daughter. 'Mrs. iRiilph I.. Odley. Dr. Odley '."id family. They were accompanied home by Cadet Martin McAiilllfe. who is a student al Millersbui'g Military Institute at. Millersburg. Ky. • Aubrey II. Boyd left yesterday to Akron. Ohio, where he will sP* 1 "' two weeks on business. He went by plane. Mr. J. H. Adams had as her , guests during the weekend her Mrs. |Ione Uopp of Iilyl\:evilte be- j^ter, 'Mrs. -Barney Wllliuins, Mr. Williams- and their daughters, Jane and Joan, of Ilickmnn. Ky. Jane and Joan remained for mi extended visit with their siiuit. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Ashley Jr., and family of Mouticcllo, have arrived to spend the week with relatives und friends here. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Carney Jr., of Meridian. -Miss., are spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. E. iL. Hale of Armorcl. Mr. and Mrs. Sauv.icl P. Nor- rls. Mrs. Robert E. Lee. King ami Russell Phillips Jr.. have returned from Nashville, \v r hr.-e they spent two days. They were accompanied home by Maureen Norris, student. at Cecilia Academy. While there, Mrs. Kirg was guest of her cousin, Sisler 'Anne Frances, the former Kate Semmes of Osceola, win Is pnn- In Ceremony at Osceola camc the bride of 13. T. Laudon ol Blythevllle and Osceoln in a Iwl- light ceremony Saturday al the home of Mr. mid Mrs. Ed Alder In : Osceolu. , The Rev. L, R. Still, pastor (if 1 First Christina Church oi" OsceL.hr, i officiated al the double ring cere- Abbott today'inony. Forming ft seMlns (or Ihe for her wtit hllng party were tirraniiements of garden flowers, predominated by roses. The bride wore an Elsenberc original dress i:! grey with red accessories and a shoulder corsage of red roses mid gardenias. Her mnid of honor. Mlss Geneva Ashley of Blythevllle. wore u Summer <lress in brown with a corsage of white gardenias. Pat Adrian of Blytheville was Mr. Landon'K best num. Following the ceremony, a recep- Ister of the brld«, served as flower glri. W. O. Prazier 6 erved Mr. Gwyn ^ best main. Groomsmen wen; Tliad 'Kelly, James W .Hill, and William J. Dentpn. \ Following the ceremony a rc-ep- tiun was Riven by the bride's liar-, enls at the Club House in Wilson. Years After Life Underwriters Get Report on Convention The uiythevillc Association of Life Underwriters held its regular meeting in'the Hotel Noble Saturday with Lynn Brown, president of the assofclHtlon presiding. •A report of. the slulc convention' of the F.lfi: Underwriters Association wliicl] was hold hi .MUlc Uoofc May 23 was heard and jjlims'were made lor the election of officers tlie mxt mwtlni; to be held June V8. , The lilyllicville jAssoointion lias as r.iiesLs, several members of tlie .Toncslioro• Association including, L-. It. Ewara'es. .D. 13.' Aycocl:. A. Ij- Cb.'i't;, T/.W, Miller, G. M. Griffi". John ]fiij;cT:i and .Julian Juines. any Trcecc ol Blylheville, wa s ac- cvliletl by .the ussocinlioii us a Leroy Wlldy of Etowah. , Boxer Short Sets for Boys ' Sires 2-7 > The ! TOTSHOP^ SICK WATCH? Presbyterians Plan 1949 Ley men's Convention RX' 'I.: AT, N. C:, June 2. <UP> --'I'.Mis tnr a mhiniuolii So'uthwide ])ie:i'r; convention of I're.sbylcnan lujmen in 1119 were foping discussed tcday as the fjouthern Presbyterian General Assembly resumed its six-day convention program. D--. II. K Riwsel of 'Montgomery A!a., chairman oi a stnndiiiK coiri- mitlce on men's work, said the men's convention would uc hell 1 in one of the Soulh's largest citier and that 10,000 men were expect to attend. Atlanta, -Memphis, and New Or- ieans were mentioned as possibli locations. King Paul 1 of Greece and Queen Frederilta are shown in their latest portrait, taken in the royal palace in Athens. The lung wears uniform of a. Greek infa'nlr.v general, with mourning band _ lor his brother, the late King George II, whom he succeeded. Miss Ruth McAfee Weds Joe B. Gwyn of Wilson tion was held ut the Alder home. Mrs. Richard Fergusa.1 of Osceolu clpal of the school. and Mrs. Oliver Keener of Blythe-' Mr. and Mrs. Thomus vllle assislcil lh> hostess, and son, Thomas Bell Bell and Fire Damages Mss Ruth McAfee of Wilson and Joe Brown Gwyn of Ojceola were married Monday in the First Mclli-! ,' ilol , ,. : , rc ,,di'd from a Juliet cap cl odlsl Church of Wilson and today, jn lls j, m , nccrnluulrt! with dainty The full, skirt, poised over am! hoops, was. entirely covered willi graduated flounces of net, outlined with ruffle.'; of mousseiiue, extending into :i wide circular train. Her veil ol 1 imported Bridal illu- rirc In the rear seat of a belonging to an umdeiHlfiwl taffeta t f;ro partially damaged scat c ' n '' J Saturtlay niglil, at the June 6 is the third anniversary ol D-Day. when the Allies poured across the English Chan- • nel to land in Normandy Then all southern England was one vast ar£?nnl Three years later, 'there is much to remind the siglitsec-i of how the island was' crammed with supplies and munitions of every kind Typical relic is this gun park, inspected by tv.'o schoolboys nt Sloujih. Buckinghamshire. , ; Igin of the The was but was believed to from a cigarette. u-idctei mined have staiU-d ca Nc- cush. corner Dir.aitwi-.y aild Ash streets. Or- * WE BUY : • * WE SELL i USED FURNITURE JiMMIE EDWARDS FURNITURE CO. SI 3 E. Main Phone 24*7 :i HAVE IT FIXED : ^ by EXPERTS | !*! • ' •, ' '»' >| Watch and Jewelry re- :*: !•! pairs by men who know >; X bow...at low cost tq you. v J ALL WOKK GIJAUANTKKO >• VlRuaedia.te Delivery un All \Vorkv ! GUARDS I Ihe couple was honeymooning in Colorado. They will visit Arizona j before returning lo Wilson After a brief wcd.lln^ trip, Mr. Mrs. II. E. Fisher, left yesterday | they will mnkr: their home, and Mrs. LnnUoii will be at home for New York City, when: th-.-y ,j, Irs owyn is the daughter of Mr. at 2008 Ohickasawba Av-r w ill spend two weeks. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. 11. Oftkes o! Blythsvlllc and was graduated from Blytheville Iliyh School. She is owner ond operator of lone's Beauiv Shoppc. Mr. and Mrs. Paid Motion and Ma. and Mrs. O. B. Gcan were in Halls, Tenli., yesterday for n family reunion of the Mahon family, held, at the home of Mr. 1 = Mr. Liuulon who attended schools 1 nnd Mrs. Robert Gilmim. Mr. and here and is u veteran of servlcu in Mrs. Mahon were accompanied by the Navy during the war, is niana^r his parents, Mr. and Mr.i. C. B. of the City Electric Cimipnny in Mahon of Jonesboro. v/!io joined ;.- ;.• ... ;•. ^ f •.'•;•: -) 1 !.' ••&" /i; --!tj :.",,: tueift'. here '-SaWtlay, ;-\'nnd ;hls nelct;' Marilyn Gale M.-,hon of East Prairie. Mo., who spent i):c week here us the Mahon's guest. Marilyn dale accompanied her (•randparents boclc to Jonesbovo fO1 ' * brief visit. Mrs - °- W.- Ramey and neice, Mlss Virginia Swearengen, went to Mrs. Humphrey Hostess To GNB Members, Guesls J. R tl.elr at the Three guests played bunco 'with members of GNB .Club Thursday it when MI'S. Korvillc Hum- plkfey u-as hostess lo the croup .Memphis today to be with with u party at >i«»- home. They JBlankenship of ' Monetl<>, wic .Mi-s • Claurtc I'.rllcy, Mrs.,'«ncle, who is seriously ill Alvin iJnnu and Mrs. Her man .'Methodist, Hospital Ihii-o. ^y n l] s ' Mrs. Lawrence Edwards of Mnn- Oarden flowers decorated en- tlcello has returned to her hwnu terfaining rooms of the home. after visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. Zeller won bunco prira :Mra. R. A. Cary, and sister, C.ir- iiv eames, high went to Mrs. '«en, here for two weeks. Herman - Walls and low to Mrs. John Tyrone. The hostess served n sandwich itatc. ' ' Coming Events MONDAY Missionary Study Group of Woman's Council of Fir-st Christian Church meeting with Mrs. J. C. Ellis at her home at arfield, 2:31) p.m. ' ' TUESDAY Cradle Roll of First Baptist Church meeting with Mrs. Albert Enderlin, 1101 Chtckasawba St.. '^ p.m. St. Stephen's Episcopal Auxiliary meeting with Mrs. A R. Olsen, 7:30 p.ni. Mrs. E. M. Terry, Jr. will entertain Double G Club members. Mrs. W. C. Hlgglnson hostess to Tuesday Bridge Club. riano and voice recital at High School by Fowlston School of Mn- ic students, 8 p.m. WEDNESDAY Mrs. R. C. Rose will be hostess o the Town and Country Bridge Club at.Roseland. Mrs. V. G. Holland and Mrs. HA .Tnylor entertaining with .afternoon p'arty complimenting Miss Lynn Jackson, brlde-elecl of Joe W. McHaney. and Mrs. Tony J. McAfee of Wilson, and the grootn is the son ol Mr. and 'Mrs. Frank O. Gwyn. The rites were performed by the Rev. E. G. Kact/el, pastor of the Methodist. Church in Wilson, and the vows were read before an alt-.ir banked with Rreenery and decorated with floor baskets of white gladioli. Tuners in wrought iron "cnn- dlebras'cast a glow 6verHhe;. ding scene. . ' i The bride Is n graduate. o6 I Wilson Hleli School and was em- I ployed bv the Delta Products Com. pany in Wilson. The f;rooiu. a 1 duate of the Hot Sprinjs Hi^li Scliool. now is cashier of th" Wilson Bank.- Miss Mary E. Symoncls, orcanis!, i;ave p. program of nuptial music for the ceremony as tapers, were liuhtcd by Miss Jean Speck "I T-'ri-nchmnn'.; >Bayou and Mary Murgnrcl Lannum of Oscnola. Mrs. M. W. Driver sang "At Dawninjj". and "Because." * Tlie bride wa s given iu marriage by her lather. She wore a Joel original wedding sown, fashioned a Little Rock resident for 50 years with a closely molded torso of silk mid was head of the Terry Dairy; net with deep |K>rtrait yoke, ovit- Compnny at the time of his death.' lined with a wide ruffle of nious- He is survived by his wife, one selinc dc sole. The sleeves tupercd daughter and one son. I to calla ( lily points nl the wrists. spiays of orange blossoms. She carried a \vhite prayer book, tor.psd with P. white tirchlci and tied with reami'i'S ol stcpbanotis. Mrs. Joe A. Evans, Jr. of Mt. Sterling, Ky., served ns her sister's mutron-oi-lionor. Bridesmaids were Miss Ruth Morgan. Miss Marie Wilson and Mls s Lillian Wilson. 1 iiey wore identical (jrowns of wlii'-e cushion dot marquisette over tal- fetn. Wttle Miss Sandra Sue 'McAfee, Are You Tormented By ' P E RIO DIC' FEMALE PAIN With Its Nervous Cranky, Weak Feelings? Then listen-T,ydta E. PInkham'B Vegetable Compound is famous to relieve cramps, headache, backache and those nervous, rest)es ( s tired feelings, of such days—when due to female functional monthly disturbances. A particularly fine thing about Ptnkham's Compound Is that — tak.cn regularly—this great medicine helps build up resistance against such symptom';. Just see If you, too, don't remarkably bene- fil. Also a great stomachic tonic! VEGETABLE COMPOUND Continuous Sliov/K Every Day Box Office Opens 1:if> Show Phut:; 2:00 LISTEN' TO, KI.CX 8:00 a.m. ; 12:15- p.m '4:30 p.m. First • • v t.\ Critics saw her in the new French play. "My Friend's Wife," and predicted a great future (or f Jacqueline,. Pierreux. But her husband will never know, for Jacqueline forbids him lo see her in the role of "the other womam** in ''exciting"* clothes Ifke^ffown ihe wears, above. Rites Planned for Little Rock Dairy Co. Head LTTT-Lt: ROOK, Ark., June 2. (UP)—-Funeral arrangements ure ^eing completed today for H. T* (Will) Terry, UUlc Rock business man who died at his capital city home yesterday. He was 60 years old. I Born near Cabot, Terry had been ] ANNOUNCING Classes in Piano i < - • . Minnie Lee Jones, Studio •' Reasonable Hates Enroll Now Refreshing Massage by our experienced attendant . . . will invigorate your whole body, increase the circulation and rid you of loose, ugly tat! Try it! Phew* 2994 or Write -; Miss Jones •07 Chkkatcwba BlythevilU, Ark. Massage For Health! THE BEAUTY CLINIC 1st National Bank Bldg. Phone 3274 VENETIAN BLINDS Last Time Tod:iy Temptation with Merle Oberoil CJco. Paramount News; Alsn Slioils (Joiii'd. tihHwa riun.- l:l. r i-ll:UU Titcstiav THf til/, SJORY to ZB eatt ' MADU } UK A O'CONNOR • DORIS M [3 KICK * »tt.i i, I:U1M 1 FtElsmi - i.ui M r., r f , - r,inuj|-i h^r UVKJ L JrUU - rrK« M B, to « r^ ratr.it I, ULJ iin Continuous Shimiing Kveryilay Here at last! The modem Venetian Blind with all the beaut)' you've admired in conventional blinds... and more. For Flexalum is made of a special aluminum alloy — so flexible it bends to accommodate your brush as you whisk the dnst away. So lovely, its satin-smooth plastic finish blends with every decorative setting, resists weather stains and soil, rlcxilum is rust-proof, warp-proof, will not crack, chip or peel. Criitom mjde in our oit-n workihop to fit your U'inttotri to it "T." Bring in lour jKt.;tnrcm?nli rotljjr. Discoier for younelj hou- little ibii ntu> window be.ility com. Box Office Opens at ; jff p.ni. Show Starts 7:l!> p.m. Opens Sunday 1:30; .Starts l:lf> Continnnus Shows Kat. and Sun. Bargain Night Kvery Night lixcept Saluril-.iy No passes honored on Snmlay at the Ko\y. Laat Time Toda? What Next, Cpl. Hargrove? with Robert Walker. FOT News & Selected Short Subject Tuesday and Wednesday Ruts Morgan's music makes (overs'dreams come true! FURNITURE COMPANY JIMMIE EDWARDS 301 Knst Main SI. Phone 2487 .See Jimmie First. Face of Marble with John Carr.nlini! and Clandia DraKb

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