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Society, Emily Wlxkn, Society Edhor i etwL Phone 4C1 BMTHEVILLB (ARKJ COURIER NEWS 8* on Ntb •iv Ion tioH dev fell "4 Oni am II * ma he* the, said n to age) Har resf and He all Art? n ! nac M bon Mary Louise Reeves Bride of New York Man Miss Mary Louise Reeves, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wane O. Reeves, became the brid? of Heiiry Joseph Dodd, son of Mr, and.Mrs. ,D. P. Dodd of Yonkers,' N. Y., in n ceremony solemnized at 10 o'clock this morning In the Church of the Immaculate Conception. The Rev. Paul Bujarjkl. assistant pastor, officiated jit :ilie double ring ritc3, said-*1n ihc presence of n large "mnnlfcr of guests. nsc.crating'the church wyrc altar vases filled with white gladioli nnd greenery and white floor baskets of white gladioU iirranRcd .against 'a background of nahns and ferns. A program-, of prc-nwilial m'lsic was prosmtfti h'v_,Mis:>'Helnia Jolm- seu, vocalist,-arid'Sister M. Delores, nr'ranist. Their selectioii.s included" "TVciui^e". D'>'nrdelot. "Avc Murin", Gounod, and "Panis Angelicns." The \veddini; march from -'Lohengdii 11 by Wnener, was used ns the processional, while Mendelssohn's wcd- dmn inarch from "A Midsummer Nisht's Dream" was heard as Hie recessional. _ . : . As Ihn iiridnl coi»)!e knelt on the pric dieit'for Hie exchange of vows. Bister Dftlnres p'.aycd "Clalr (le Lime", D? Buss.y. Rose iwla'is were peatlercd along tho wliiic-carppted aisle down which life wedrtimr party v>assed /rom v.-)ii)r; di'coi'ated arin-baskcls hv Miry iljPe Thro and Clara Lon Gi)bo-,v.. • ' • - • •": . Thn brlrto, given in inarriaRO hv her father, wore an original wed- rtinn "own liv Marie nf antiqiic ivnrv bridal satin in an EiRlitcunlli Cpiilnry design. The elon(^\tc-l fitted l>oriicn waX fastpnecl witb miniature ^.eh'-rovered buttons down the center front,' from the clerical neck, which W!j s finisher) with a turnover f.oll'ar of imported Princess luce. This lace fell over the hnii'i from tlie> petal point ruff nf !'(' |r>-.rt-fiite.d rleovcs that bnltonetl frnn> the .elbw. So r t iiln!>lrrt fold.^ formed the i^>nniers • \vhlnb dranrcl from Llie hipr, and-looftcfl-Inln double bnsllc lyiws. Tl]!' ™then:d skirl, worn over period honns, developed into voluminiout folds extending into n Ion" cathedra! train. ' -Her tiirce-nu-'rler triiilc tier veil was of rnisty Frenrh illusion, hilling fromi a'chou rirclct of dal'i'ty pearlized or.iiiBe blossoms. S'ne carrier! a-wlnte Moire Pravcr Boo'* showered with an Imiicrlnl white orchid and stephanolis and white sa'in rilibons. Miss Maurtie M"dinper, the maid of honor, wore a dress of heavenly blue mproiiiscltc with a decu round neckline anil full sleeves. Tim bouffant skirt v:as gathered with tiny tucks at the waist. \She wore R'crownless picture hat nf horsehair braid wHlva matching blue maline band ami stieamei-5. 'The four bridesimiids wore stresses of identjcfll design of silk starched chiffon over taffeta. The Kinpire fctxfce was inshirred across the front and the neckline Has Church Ceremony Mrs Henry Joseph Dnilil Mrs. Barnes Hostess To Bridge Club, Guests Mrs. G. S. liarnes was hostess Tuesday afternoon with a party for fellow members of a bridge dull and other gucnts. Ulnses and lilies decorated the lioijie for the occiision.- Guest:; other than club members were Mr.v llt-nnmi Crow. Mrs. 13. F. Gay, Mrs. w. C. Catcs and Mrs. Emma Nolcn. Mrs. .Tohn l-'ealhcrslon won liliih score pri/,? in afternoon Kames, srcond hish went, to Mrs. S. P. Mnrlin and jiuc'st hish prize was awarded Mrs. Crow. The hostess served a salad plate with a beverage, •Mrs. Bowen Entertains Bridge Club, Two Guests Bits of News Recent Bride Don Chamblln arrived home yesterday from University of Arkan- 1 -sas, Fayetteville, to spend the Summer with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Chamblin. I Mrs. I,, o. Bishop'and children ' Ailenc and L. O., of .Bishop, Ala., arrived here yesterday for a brief I ] visit with Mr. and Mrs. W. B.' Mayo. Mrs. Bishop and children: are on a tour, j Mr. and Mrs. H. n. Campbell ; and daughters, Joanne and Jeanne i left today for New York City where Mr. Camp'ocll will conduct Full buying. Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Hammock ••nd T. F Dean returned from Co- I M ,. s . Thomas BOSV.-II umbia, Tenn. They went especial- Fr;incis(: ,, W11S |>p ' r) .,. ly to attend the: conimciwinenl \, i i., ,.,"1..',..','.. ,' who attend •oii'panled tliem home. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Howe of Po- lasi. Mo., are the guests of Mr. incl Mrs. R. A. Gary. Mrs. John W. Tho:na.~>, necnm- lanled by her cousin. .luck Gnoch, if Wulnut RldKC, w!u han been lie j;uest of Mrs. Thomas and her larents. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Isn-ics, i:ive i-onc to Fayetfivlllp, wlicve Mr. Gooch will enroll In the Uni- 'erslty of Arkansas. Mrs. Carmen Cary la visiting in father. Thomas lioswell, here. Iiosv;i:il, and Mro . Mrs. Robert Hester of New York 3ity and Miss Patricia Brewer, student at Hcndrix College. Conway, arc KiicsUs of their sister, Mrs. Coleman Stevens, and Mr. Stevens, ' gi .,„,,,- ....... crinoline and trimmed ^Vith 'Irapunia cording in graduated rtiws from the hips to the hemline. 'fr'.ey wor2 crownless picture hats erf horsehair braid complimenting each dress in 'color with mc.tchingj "~" rnaUrtc bands and bo'.v's and stream- Rudolph ers to the floor. .: Eich feminine attenrlant carried a crcEcqht^garlTind honciuct of rainbow asters with tics of rainbow organdy ribbon. Bridesmaids \vcrc Miss Gene Shinp of'Pine Blufl,-who wore sunset. glo-.v yellow. Miss Mary Sue -Roc;, whose dress was in blush ore-hid, •Miss norths fjnpaii, wearing pink shy nnd Miss Hetty Frances Woodson, wearing sea foam srccn. Flower girls wore dresses made . sifniBr t/> - thnt of Die maid of honor of blue martinisetlc over taffeta. Their bnU-cro\vn hals \vcrc of nvMrrnmj blue. • . . • William Gilbow served Mr. node! OSCEOL.A,; Ark., Jllilc T). 'UP) — Mrs. C. C. Bpwcn w:is hoslcs-i to a twn-tabl! 1 bridge club iiiul hvo oth"r BUests, Mrs. C. C. Danchowcr and Mrs. ifcrl)crt Shippen. Wctlncrdiy Vrska and Miss JnaiiilA McMnllin. Miss Betty Foster was jn charge of the bride's book. The bride's mother wore a drc.si ot £rc\v crepe with hHi-k accessories and a corsape, of Kardenins. Alter the reception. Mr. Dodd and his bride H'lt for a wedding trip to Canada and New Yor!(. For Iravnlinc. the bride wore a two-piece Summer suit of creamy white with a picture hat of black straw. Her shres mid cordc bajf were uls? in black and she pinned an orchid at hrr shoulder. I Out-of-town guests here for the wdding were Mr. and Mrs. J. •'. Rccve s of Huml]ol(''> Trnu., ^tand- of the bride; Final Events Given Before Wedding Riles Final social events before the wedding this morning of Mis s Man Louise Reeves -to Henry JosepV Dodd were the rehearsal siippci last night nl Hotel Noble and -in afternoon party yesterday yiven by Mrs. flrncst Roc and " daughter, Mis s Mary Sue Roe, when the bride shared honors, with her fem- Iniiic iittciidants. The slipper was snvcn by par- ^nls of tho bridal -couple, Mr. and Mrs. W. O' Reeves and Mr. and "Mrs. D. F. Dodd of Now York, lyiih Mr. and Mrs. Reeves servim; as hosl and hostess. Thp 21 gue.>ls were luembers of the wcddinc party, and inlimale friends of the couple, includini: Bill Crews of Poca- hontns and Miss .Clarice Willbanks of Willford. Effectively arranged snapdragons decorated thp table. Garden llo'.vcrs attractively decorated tlic lion home when Mrs. •Roe nnd her dim^ln.er, who served as a bridesmaid in the- wedding. were hostesses. Decorations nn:l , refreshments carried out a pink and while color scheme. Miss w.'is an out-of-town guest. Vliss Wright Honored At Afternoon Party Baskets of [jlaGoll, roses, t>on- nuets of daisies, snapdvngon!: and nanv other enrdcn ftov/crs ior-n- cd tlie Retting yestcrtiny for one of the prettiest social events of .his season when Mrs. Fred Flec- man, Mrs. Frank "Wlillivcrth and Miss Marguerite Matt^i::\vs enter- liilned with an afternoon party at the Fleeman home in compliment to Miss Erii Wright, 'jri.'lc-elect of Horace Coffer of Trimble, Tenn. The GO guests were snrwd fro" table laid with an Italian cutwork cloth nnd centered with .111 •ffcctivc arrangement 'of pink u.ndi blue cornflowers and marguerites Presiding at this table were Mi's B. S, Simmons of Del] and Mrs B. M Matthews. , j i Dessert Bridge Given For Miss Lynn Jackson Miss Lynn Jackson, brklc-cloul of Joseph William Mcll-nicy. mis complimented yesterday ir!/:nimm with a dessert bridge parly KJK-II by Mrs H. A. Taylor and Mrs. V. O Holland at the Taylor home, 183 West Davis Street. When the three tables ol RIIMIS played bridge, hieli scori pi-l/e went to Mrs. W. C. HUjgluv,,,, ,, )1( | Mrs Paul Jube held second hlgli. Ciuest-s included Mi">. 1C. ft. Jackson, mother of the hrldti-idcct, and Mrs. John C. Mclliinuv. tha bj-idc- Brooin-clcct's mother. An assortment of Sim'.ig (lowers In ctfcclive bouqnuts decorated the Imme. Miss Jackson was presenlcil a yift by her hostesses. * • * Mrs Watson Hostess To 'Bunco Club, At The Hospital* . BM'THEVILM! IJOSFITAL Admitted: : .Wrs. Jimmy Deal, cl'.v. Wrs. J. w. Nccdhatn,' city. Uw^nissed: /J<:ny Welch, city. ' Ti?ai-lnc Holt, Manila. Barbara Brlttoh, city Mr*. Hcrsclicl joliiisi'in, Manl.'u ", WALLS HOSPITAL Dismissed: BDIV', Martin, city. Mrs.' ; Lauren Dunio-il, caruth- crsvillc", '?vlo.' Mrs. ki, K Stntts, Manlli. Mrs. Qhcstcr Holifiekl and baby city. - ' Mrs. aiailysi; Stlnso'i, city. BAP'l'IBT: 'VOSl'JTAJ,, MKMI'KIH Evelyn JjtcDanlel, Blytlievillc. Marriage Licenses The following mnrringj licenses have been Issued "by the County Clerk's office in.OsceoHt: n. H. Rainbo'., niytliuvilte, am! Martini Ellen Clilsm. Blytheville; Coy Edmalslon, . Afcanpliis IMIU Maxinc Pollard, Jkiemplils; liernicc McMInn, Stcele. aiid'VirKi" Lee Eskew, Huntington, Tchh.; w. H. Pisk I.uxom, mid Edna Cdrrull. Sunny Hill, La.; John B. Adam.;, Joiner and Barbara Faye Bc'nucli, Joiner' Junior Ijcc .Foster, Wilson ami Edna Hport, Wilson; Johnny Spruce Hlythcville, nnd Thr-im.v Woods', Blytheville; William Jordan, Tomato, and Marilyn DcLois PaJmci Tomato; Payl Yarbrou^h, Liuoia' and Betty Sue Walk'.'!-, Liixora; David Lee Smith, OsceoU, and Bessie Faye Jones, Osccon. • Cletus Hurt, Osceoln; aiid Essie Mac Ganey, Osccola; w.''i\ l.an- drum, Osceoki, and Jam; iUipp, Osccola; James W. Holland, Mnric nnd Minnie V. Price, Mane; EanvjU H. Cnrr. Caruthersvilh, and Mud;-'; Irby. Caruthcrsvillc; William u" Hainiiiond, Blytheville. and Bonnie Wheeler Adkins, Blytlicville Willie Middlcton, Kipley. Tenn., and Helen Smith, Hipley. Tcnii '•' •Tteymoml Lautlv, St. Loiils, a'nd Adelc Gilb. St. Louis; Hoinci B Melton, Champaign, 111., and Ava White, Champaign, 111.: James Wcs 1 - itjkrfield, Calumcl Ot.f, 111., and Jielcn MjBistcr, Sb. Louis; Ordie Thompson, Bciilon Harbpr, Mich., and Dorothy Salmons, Bonton Harbor, Mich. THURSDAY, JUNE o, 1017 Mrs. Helen Watso.-i wa s hostess last, nit;lit with a bunco party tor members ot the jji-Ho rjlub, when Mrs. Herman May was also a guc.st. Mrs. Watson held hiRh score in 1 Hatch kokei-- nn.ifinVrV- ,~ =,,>" i s ^ iltoto Mr-f j c ?i "--,r ™t'"-»;r^ Slaleiin J ' - I -,oru; Italph Edward Maiti:i.K.?iim-l! Tlie i.ostess served refreshments.' M "v ^ PaUy Rllth SlGUI " Ke » Louis Brantlcy, Dy?ss, and Liuh cna Johnson, Dyess; James Boy; Noble, Keiser. sind Geneva Prance . ot j Manila. ' afternoon with a part-'. Mrs. Bowen won hUh score for club and Mrs. Shipivn was cucst hiRh. Arrangemt-nls of mixed Bprine flowers in Inw iM)\vh; were usrd as tlecoratiuns in the livlirj and riining rooms, porch carried out a pastel color scheme. Palest pink, blue injcl orchid shades of hydrangeas at- cented thc arrangements. (' Pastel shades wore «lso used fn thc refreshments of canape.!, de^f orated with palntod loscbvitii, which were served with, mints, cookies, punch and other foods.U' "Advice to the bride," w.-i's ijlrarl by the guests as they wrote their 1 advice in the bride's book. ' f Mrs. W. n. Brown was out-of-town guest. Miss Wright was ,'prewini.rsl .'n platter in her china : • • •••".- i i Bealls Are Honored j With Dinner Party .1 OSCEOLA. Ark., Jmie 5.—Mr. arid Mrs. W. E. Beall, guests of Mrs. Mcilye Nolle Starr, were entertained Sunday night with a B n 'clock dinner when Mr. nnd Mrs. Dave Sil- I'crblalt were hostesses to six guests with a four-course dlmici-. On Tuesday night, Mr and Mrs. Butler Jr.. entertained with a dinner for Mr. and Mrs. Bcall when Biiest.s were six of their friends. <Rcud Courier Ne\vs Want Atls Half Moon News Mr., and Mrs. Hugh D. Jones MJsccllancoys gifts were i>rcsent«l liic ccniple. Relieshnienls of iced drinks and fruit cake u-cre served. The Rev. II. L. Robinson and his mollier of Hlylhcville Owiqhc Smitli and Lloyd F.llivoufi of St- Loni.'j, were guests for a brief time of it L-,. Hawkins. Counl ( ( Buck of Corpus Chnsti. Texas, clime hv plane Sunday to visit h| s grandmother. Mrs. John Buck, and other relatives to; the Summer. Mrs. C. B. coker of Pettns. Texas, daughter of Franlcford. Hid., who have been visilini; their parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Tom Widncr. have returned home. Mrs, w. H. Liphftoot. Mary nnd Hugh, visited In Dudley, Mo.. Sun- dfry with Mrs. Howard Hirinnd tauiily. Mrs. Mill is Mrs. Light- foul's daughter . ., r.ctt, Mo. Divorces The tallowing divorce suit-j have been filed in the O.>o:ola Diblnct of Mississippi County Chancery Court: O/clla Jones vs. Alonroc Jones- Ellen Louise Coogau vs. Charles Thomas Coogiin; EMhcr \V. Owens vs. William Earl Owen-;. Lloyd Per- mcntcr vs. Malciie Pcrmcnter; Jim Ross vs. Mary Ross; and Emogcnc Jerniean Smith vs. Johnny Smith. No new riecrees were listed. llio faculty of Osceola Illgli School for the past year. He will leave this week for Chapel Hill. Coming Events THURSDAY The Ladles Bible Class of First Methodist Church will meet for business and social session, 7;3<? p.m. at the church Mrs. p. E. Cooley and Mrs. A. E. Huntlcy will be hostesses. FRIDAY Mrs. Paul Byrum hostess to CBC Club. Too Late to Classify for Rent r.lnx .ill,,. For Your Children's Summer Sunsuits Visit The TOT SHOP For Sole Grocery store, we'l locjilctl i n fllississippi County. Owner is moving and will si'll l)iiil(tin^, stuck itntl fixtures. Business will pay for itself in less than one year. Owner will fipnncc part of purchase price. This is a large l)»ii<!inK, in a good town, and there are livinjr quarters in the rear. Rooks can be inspected. If you are interested in owning your own business, contact me. and 1 will go into full details. 5-Itoom house, block of town. Ideal location. Only S.'!,000. 51,000 down, balance on easy monthly j)a3'menfs. J. K. STEVENSO^A- Noble Gill Agency 6 V) ok 8 M, H. .hirrctl. Nurlh •lynl |ii>rlal>l» tyiicvvrilrr t lilifin. I'luittn ^09 L irsl clnss (il5-l.ll-* 1011 Coiitiniintis Hliu\ys Every Dnv Box Office Opciis 1 :45 Show S(;irt!; 2:(l() LISTEN TO K1.CN 8:00 a.m. 12:15 p.in 4:30 p.m. Thursday and I-'ritlity £iM^\!~'..^^?~-?*rx; i * WARNERS' "THE TIME THE PLACE , JACKCAKSH ; , 1 -srrm . ^u^j MTHAViatfe^aii: — = ------ -"'"^-.^rfr^^ i'! 1 »it-M[«.io ; jD5 -rT '»£. Ui3 •<' OAvib''GUrLf.6 ~-s;-"--'' :: Selected Short Subjects Continuous Shuu'Ing Everyday I'ower nf thc I'cn SOUTH BEND, Ind., (UP>—Tha Bcneral belief that a iioatoflicc pen is a highly undesirable It'.-iu seems wronu. Postmaster Frank rj. Kettriiig said the country lost money each year because thlcvco carry away the scratching pens everyone complains about. ""-j."•> ••«•• >i.i. ,.»i, «•-"•«••»j jj/upjuc rji {iif> uruii'" Mi'S tvi'irtii ; i as bcsl man and ushers were WaOo O'Neal' of Trenton. Ky.. aunt nf Reeves Jr.. nurlpph Viskj. William,,,,,, bl . it | C . Miss M . lrtir , Orai , Pal . Stcmjr. and- John 'Druci- Wilson. t,.,son of Trcnlon- Miss Dorothy AlUr boys, were Edtiie Slemac.l Wmilrn of Oicnolu; Miss Clarice Willbanfcs of Willford; Bin Crews nf porahonlas, Mr, and Mrs. C P. McSwain of Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. w. R, Fliripln of Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jlayncs ot Honiersville.. Mo., and Miss Ann 'I'hrnwcr of Hornersvillc. Jin 1 my.. Duvall, Jb'imy Gudd.-, ' Irnfnr'dialcly ' following th c ccre- tiiciiy. Mr. an'ci Mrs. Reeves cnlrr- .lained wjlh a rcccptipn at thpir home.- 1400 Wc-st Ash ,St. .*. 'Baskets of white sladinli were PTtangcd. in,»lho" living room aiul bowls of pardeh flo«-er s were placed ' throughout the home. The refreshment • tnb!e was cen- lerra with a silver howl holriin,' -F.sth'cr Reid daisies, snapdragons, aH^uos and Jerns in bridal wliiSc, flanked by i-lowinr;.while'tapcr s -in silver holders. The three-tiered wwldin.c c,i);e wa.-, encircled with adinntiim fern and bclmonl p.ardcnias. Garlands o[ ferns linked the groupings. PrcsiOins in the dining room wore MUs Irene Magers of Dell. Mrs ing a song of fores Suck lovely shoes 4o buy; Sure fo catch your eye MOSS Bryan Presents of Distinction For the Wommy soys it's Ihe cause it's a Hallmark Card Perfect Wedding Gift Should Reflect Individual Selection Osceo/a Teacher Awarded University Scholarship Mitchell Johns has b<:o>i awarded a scholarship at Unlvcrsnv of North Carolina. Chapel Hill, where lie will do graduate work in history and English. Mr. Johns has been a member of SAVE IO* on Dreft See Coupon; Page ^ . Good Used Furniture Is Found at JIMMIE EDWARDS FURNITURE CO. 313 E. Main, Phon« Z487 np JLHE most sensible idea since the invention of doors i» the Slats-o-wood door hood. The s«a8gc<r c d arrangement of slats h scientifically designed to repel rain, sno«-, and direct glare. Thus, in summer your Slats-o-wood door hood is a sunbonnet, in winter a raincoat. In inclement weather the year round, doorways and halls are kept much neater. Probably die nicest part about Slats-o-wood is that you have your choice of many, many styles, designs, colors, and trims. You can add matching window hoods and porch canopies anytime, to make your home a symphony of color and line. Siatvo-wood are permanently anchored to any building material; will maintain their attractive appearance for the life of your home. Budget plan available. Please phone us today for free literature, and an estimate if you wish. You will be imtkr no obligation, of course. Watch for Our Kew Location DEAL'S PAINT AND WALLPAPEK STORE "Your Wallpaper S«y/e Cenfer" 104 So. 1st p hone 4 Box Office Opens at "i:M p.m. , Show Ktarts 7:1.1 ii.m. Opens Sunday 1:'JO: Starts l:lr> Continuous .Slums Sill, and Sun. Bargain Nigh I Every N'ight lixccpt Saturday No passes titmorcd OIL Sunday ax the Boxy, Thursday :u«l 1'riitaj- Meet Thai London Beauty Who Made A Career Out. Of Love! Selected Short Subjects COMING TO Tilt; KIT/ Thurs., Fri. June 12-13 Limited Ilmja^im-nl \ * of the best pictures I've ever seen in my life' 1 ' "The BEST Our Lives" HYRNft LOY • FKTDRIC MARCH DANA ANDREWS • TERESA WRIGHT VI?.Gl«iA MAYO 'KOAGY CARMICHAEtflf :;• DI>«'«JI, ^^ ' •'--.- WILLIAM WYLtR V; :. Strtt-Ffc, by ROBtRT E. SKdvVOOD ' ' itd ly KKO ITcJ.-o Pkfuin Shows at 2:00 r,:SO S:00 1 vVdmissioii ^laliiicr-: Adults .75; Children nOc- Tax Incl. Admission .\i")it: Artnlls 1.20; cliililrcn IiOc Tax Incl.

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