WEDNESDAY, SEPTESFBER 14, BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURTEB NEWS Jane Shelton, Society Editor Miss Cain Will Be Wed In October Ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Cain of Blytheville today announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Miss Stella Cain, to Wilson Bohaning, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Bohaning. also of Blytheville. Miss Cain is a graduate of the Gosncll High School and Is employed as deputy county clerk. Mr. Bohaning served for more than four years with the Army Air Forces, was a graduate of the Blytheville High School, and attended the University of Arkansas, where he was vice-president of the Sigma Pi Fraternity, for three years. At present he is Field Scout Execu- ipp'e for the Eastern Arkansas Area "Council of the Boy Scouts of Amcr- Plans for an October wedding will be announced later. First Birthday Observed With Parly Monday Night Mr, and Mrs. J. j. oilliam entertained 12 guests at their home Monday night with a dinner in compliment to the first birthday of their grandson. "Butch" Warren, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Warren. Dinner was served from a din- Ing table which was overlaid with a white cloth and centered with a birthday cake, topped with a single pink candle. , 8 Following dinner 1 gifts wer c presented to the young honoree. Early fall flowers In crystal vases were arranged throughout the home. Osborne-Alston Vows Are Said In Hernando Mr. anri Mrs Bryan osborne of Manila are today announcing the marriage of their daughter, Vivian to H. D. Alston, Jr.. son of Mr' and Mrs. H. D. Alston, Sr., also of Manila. Vows were pledged August 7 at Hernando, Miss. it Attending the bricie as matron of f honor and only attendant was Mrs Max Walters, sister of the bride Mr. Walters attended Mr. Alston as best man. Mrs. Alston is a graduate of the Manila High School and attended the University of South Carolina and university of Tennessee. She was graduated this month from the Baptist Memorial Hospital School of Nursing in Memphis. Mr. Alston graduated from Manila High School and the University of Arkansas where he was a member of Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity Tne young couple will be at home In Fayettville while Mr. Alston Is > student at the University of Ark- insas. LaNueve Club Meets At Wise Home Last Night Mrs. Clarence Webb was hostess to La Nueve Club and three guests Mrs E. M. Terry. Jr., Mrs. Harry' A. Hames and Mrs. Jimmy Lee Brooks last night at Mrs. Webb's psrents' home a t 1033 Chickasawba In the games Mrs. N. G. Jerome wnn high. Mrs. Coleman Stevens second with Mrs. Terry winning •W=h among the guests. W Early fall flowers and roses In Io<v crystal vases decorated the rooms. A dessert course was served. C and N. Birthday Club Fetes Two Members Mrs. p. s. Parker and M rs . M. A- Mldrilclon were hostesses last nisht to members of the C and N, Birthday Club at the Dogwood Ridge Club, house. Mrs. Phillip Applebaum and Mrs. Marvin Lane, honorccs. were presented in addition to their birthday gifts, gifts for their new homes. Mis. Applebaum was presented linens. Mrs. Lane, a coffee table. Party foods were served after which the group spent the evcniiiE informally. Early fall flowers decorated the WILSON NEWS By Mrs. B. F. Boy ten UNCAGED—Miss Stella Cain will become the bride of Wilson Bohaning in an October ceremony. Calvary Y.W.A. Meets At Chandler Home Miss Joy Chandler was hosiess to 10 members of the Y.W.A. Class of the Calvary Baptist Church Monday night at, her home on East Davis. Berna Fondren opened the meeting with prayer. "Later Than You Think" was the subject of the program with a prayer being offered afler each discussion. Following the dismissal, Ihe hostess served refreshments. Miss Glover Hostess To Calvary G. A. Group The World Missionary G. A. aroup of Calvary Baptis't Church met Monday evening at the hcmc of Miss Bonnie Glover with nine members present. Opening prayer was offered by Mrs. Vcrnon Boyd. counselor for the group. Miss Geneva Hastings presided over the business meeting. Plans for the Season of Prayer were discussed. A discussion of tile election of new officrs was also held. Ati open discussion Bible study was conducted. Sentence prayers dismissed the group. Mrs. LaDrina Glover assisted her daughter in serving. Coming Events Social Calendar Thursday Double p^our Bridge Club meets at home of Mrs. Th-.odore Logan on Country Club Drive at 2 p.m. W. S. C. S. of the Gosnell Methodist Church will meet at the church at 2:30 p.m. Mrs. N. W. Kyle hostess to Thursday Night Club. Mrs. Neville Blakemore hostess to Thursday Rook Club. Mrs. O. O. Elkins hostess to Blytheville Rook Club. Avalon Bunco meets with Mrs Raymond Shamblin. Friday Ladies Bible Class of the First Methodist Church meets at the home of Mrs. Bell Wood, 120 Dougan at 3:30 p.m. Friday Rook club meets with Mrs William Berryman. Mr.s. Lendcnnie Fowler hostess to C. B. C. Club. Executive Board of Lange School will meet at 3 p.m. at the home of Mrs. R. A. Nelson. Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Phil Robinson. Mr and Mrs. Ed Regcnold. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Stevenson, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Olsen and Air. and Mrs Fan-is McCalla hosts and hostesses to Cotillion Club at Legion Hut a 9 p.m. Bits of News Miss Virginia Bowen left today lor Mississippi State College for Women. Columbus, Miss., where she will enroll as a senior. She was motored to West Memphis by her mother, Mrs. Howard Bowen and sister. Miss Evelyn Bowen. Miss Patricia Byars is visiting in DyersbuiK where she Is attending the installation and opening of tlie new Singer Sewing Machine Company. Mr. and I -s. J. E. Carter spent Sunday in Little Rock with their daughter, Ann. who is a polio patient at St. Vincent's Infirmary. Her condition Is satisfactory. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Blankenshlp and tnmjiy have returned from a two months vacation ill North Hay, Ontario, Canada..New York. Nlag- ra Falls. Washington. D.C., and other points of interest. Ed Foster, who has been a patient for five weeks at Kennedy General Hospital, Memphis, has been returned to his home, 716 W. Ash. His condition Is satisfactory. Bobby Dean and Perry Rothrock will leave tomorrow for the University of Mississippi. They will be motored to school by P. C. Rothrock. Mrs. L. A. Berry of Corinth. Miss.. is spending several days here as guest of her daughter. Mrs. J. E. Carter, and Mr. Carter. Natiian Wade and Tommy Hale left today for Mississippi State, Starkville. Miss. Mr. and Mrs. Al Chrontslcr left Sunday for St. Lol'is where Mr. Chioi.ister will be a student at the College of Mortuary Science. Jimmy Lowe will leave tomorrow for St. Louis where he will enroll as a freshman at Washington University. Mrs. J. C. Houston and daughter. Betty Jewell, have returned from several days visit in Clarksdale. Miss., as guest of Mrs. Euclid Wolf and other relatives. Mrs. Marvin Robinson and sister, Mrs Cary Phceney have moved f»om 916 W. Main to Ihe home tlu recently purchased at 1519 w Chickasawba. Mrs. Baker Wilson and Mrs. A II. Boyd returned tills mornin from Summerfield, Tenn., whet they spent several days. Mrs. Albert Hollingsworth an Mrs. Hoy Bablcy spent yesterda ill Osceola as guests of Mrs. Hershe Coucinnan. Betty Laura Porter, one month old-daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloy G. Porter was returned to Fayette ville by plane yesterday from Mem phis Methodist Hospital where sh has been a patient for several day., Mr. Porter is an engineering stu dent at the University of Arkansas Mrs. Porter is the former Mis. Katharine Cleveland. Charles I,. Sea cord. Jr.. arrive, last night from Atlanta, Ga., wher he received his master's degree froir Georgia Tech. He and Mrs. Sea cord and daughter will leave in scv eral days for their new home i Port Worth, Texas. Mrs. Seacort and daughter had been spendin several weeks here as guests of Mr: W. I. Denton and family. Miss Fonta Jerome has returnee to her home in Wilson after week's visit here 'as guest of and Mrs. N. G. Jerome and family Miss Jerome is a student at Mem Phis State. ess Miss Huffman Host To G.E.O. Club Guest Mr=. w. H. O'Kccfe was guest wi:ji members of the G.E.O. Club •vheti tiicy met Monday night at the home of Miss Jcttve clair Huft- man. In the games Miss Vera Goodrich non high with Miss Dorothy Higginson winning brid^o. Assorted summer flowers decorated the home. Miss Huffman served a dessert course. • » • V At The Hospitals Pl.vlhcvilcl Hospital Mrs. Barney Henson. Cooler. *'«• J. R. Bailey, Cootcr. D />vid Earl Datlcy, Stecle. *'rs. Charles Aftlick. Jr., Stecle Walls Hospital Dismissed: Civic Calendar Thursday Rotary Club, Hotel Noble—12:10 p.m. Friday Football: Clucks vs. Paragould 8 p.m. Here. • Box OrTict Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 Opens Sundili 1:W: Starts 1:15 Conlinuous Shows Sat * Son Barsain Night liven Viuht Exccpl Saltlrdaj KO passes honored on Sunda; it Roxj Theatre f.ast Time Today Melody Time A Disney Ftalure Cartoon Also Shnrl Subject* Thursday & Friday BETTE DAVIS « -WARNER B ROS :N«^ic t « WOTER MEETING • ••••l» t •!..,..,....,. ™.>-'.'li%! 1 ^ r - Jl "« ^VTS (TO ^^VJ^:^<ws;^yJ™u"sxr Selected Short Subject Federation of Malaya Seeking a New Flag ' SINGAPORE —wi— Designs ar invited for a flag for the Federa tlon of Malaya. The colors should be yellow, red white and blue and the desigi should be as simple as possible Such symbols as a kris (curvec knife), a tiger or a crescent may be incorporated. The general design should be symbolic of the Fetlera t'on a nd the unity of the nine states and two settlements. RITZ THIATRE BY REFRIGERATION Continuous Shows Hox orfii-e Opens 1 :45 Show Star-Is 2:(in p.m . . LISTKN TO KI.CN «:3« p.ai Ijisl rime Today Whiplash with Dane Clark and Alexis Smith Selected Short Suiijcct.1 (.'oniinuous Showing Kveryrfaj Thurj-day & Knrlav CURKGABLE AtEXISSMI, Paramount News S. Shorts Continucn; Showing Efervda} The Ritz Theatre hji « Cry-Room "•here mothers wi(h frellim; ttabfa "an Me and hear the show In omfort 646 Pupils Enrolled During First Week In Wilson Schools Phillip J. Deer, superintendent of Wilson School, announced that 646 enrolled the first week of school with more students expected to enroll later. The largest enrollment was In the elementary grades with 36 In the kindergarten and 390 In the first six grades. Student Council Meets The Student Council of Wilson High School met Friday with Patricia Campbell, president, presiding. Plans were made for the school year of 1049-50. Bridge Cluh Meets The Wilson Bridge club met Monday night with Mrs. J. V. Hob- ertson as hostess. In games played Miss Lillian Wilson won high and Mrs. J. J. Biissey received second high. Mrs. Joe Gwyn received low and Mrs. Wallace Thompson the b-nso prijc. Refreshments of ire cream and cake were served by the hostess. Locals Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Summers and baby spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W l[ Summers . in Faycttcvllle. Miss Martina Hyde spent the weekend with her family in Mem- Phis. Sunday. Miss Hyde' visited little Jimmy Hodge, who Is a patient at Baptist Hospital. Charles Gilbert, formerly nf Wilson, but now of Greencastle [lid., Is recovering from an operation performed last week at st Mary's Hospital In Rochester Minn. While in Wilson. Mr Gllbeit was manager of the Wilson Dairy Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Hodge had as tholr weekend guests Mr. and Mr.s. Bud Harbin. Ed [lodge, Miss Rubye Nell Baker. Mr. and Mrs Eusene Hanvey all of Camnbell, Mo ind their daughter, Mrs. Allen White, and Mr.,White of Memphis Mr. and Mrs. w. A. Williams had is their guests jast week their sisters and slsieriln-lnn, Mrs. Giiv Matthews. Mrs. Jewel Houser and Mrs Fred Nicholas all of Cape irardeau. Mo. Mrs. Floyd neeje spent last week w.(h relatives In Memphis Mrs. Lillian Wilson and Dr. Ehlou J-alrley were in Memphis. Sunday where they met her sisters, Mrs' Kandolph Davitts and Mr. Davltl,' Daii ^ rS ' E<fg!lr A ' Dalley Rlld Mr Mr. and Mrs. Buford Bovles. Jr visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs Tom Cook in Brinkley Sunday Mrs. N. B. Ellis and son. John, were in Memphis Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Slolt.s and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bowles snem the weekend with Mr. and Mrs Doyle arner In Tunica. Miss Misses Carolyn Plemmons »nd Irene Edison of Terrell tnd Jimmy Adkins of Marked Tret visited Mr. »nd Mrs. Buford Boyles, Jr., Sunday evening. Wilson students who huve left or are pl»nn!ng on leaving soon to continue their holier education include: Cluudta Campbell. Charles SUndifer, Sue Tyler and Leon Ray, to Arkansas ! tale at Jonesboro- Mary Ryils «nd Bennle Goble, to the Methodist Hospital School of Nursing at Memphis: Lesler Hnti Jr., Vanderblll University at Nashville; John Ellis Elslander, University of Arkansas; Charles Harnden University of Mo., Columbia; Martha Muncy. Ouachtta College. Arka- delphla; John Ellis, University of Tenn., Knovllle; Fonta Mae Jerome, William-Wood College, Fulton, Mo. Those attending prep-sc+.oo! Include Collie Lowrance, Webb School at Bell Buckle. Tcnn,, Mary Ann »nd Nancy Craln. Ward-Belmont, Nashville at Nashville an I Baker Springfield. Bayler School for Boys at Chattanooga, Tenn. famous General Gets New Army Position WASHINGTON, Sept. 14. (API — MaJ. Gen. Anthony C. McAuliffe. who said "nuts" to a German demand .for surrender r.l naslogne. was taliped today to be chief of the army chemical corps. President Truman sent the nomination of the 51-year-old officer to the Senate. If the Senate approves. McAuliffe will succeed MaJ. Gen. Alden H. Wallt who was .suspenled from the job last July after his name cropped up in the Senate's "five per- center" Investigation. Waitt. 56. was restored to active duty last week but immediately retired. Mr. Truman also sent to the Senate the nomination of Staiiton Griffis to be ambassador to Argentina. Lives-rock Medical Society Members and Wives Hear Maiden Minister at Banquet The Ret-. Harold Nance, pastor o(» tnc Hwt Methodist Chua'ali In Maiden. Mo., spoke to the members and guests of the Mississippi County Medical Society last night at Hie Fha Annual Ladles Night Banquet, conducted at the Hotel Noble. The Rev, Mr. Nance, keeping his speech i u „ || 8n i, a ll( | entertaining vein, spoke on the subject. "Worry—A Luxury I Can't Afford." . Preceding the address by the Rev. : Mr. Nance, Luther Southward of Memphis, presented a brief program of magic. i Apnrrxliitcly 47 attendee! the at- • fair last night, and three ladies re- | ceived bouquets in recognition of i the contributions of their doctor- | hustjands to the society and the j Mississippi County Communities. Mrs. T. p. Hudson, wife of the late Dr. Hudson of Luxora, and Mrs. p. Don Smith, Sr., wife of the late Dr. Smith, were special Kucsts and received tributes for their husbands, both of whom were past presidents of the society. Mrs. F. B. utley, wife of (lie present president of the society, was also presented a bouquect. during the club's esctce mfor Dr. utley. Each of the ladies was presented a corsage of red roses at the banquet. Dr. jcic Uea.sley was chairman of the affair, and acted as ma.stcr of ceremonies last night. He was assisted in planning the banquet by Dr. L. D. Musscy of Osceola and Dr. Eldon Fnirley of Wilson. The doctors will meet in Biy- theville, the second Tuesday in October for a regularly scheduled meeting. Holes In Swiss cheese are formed by gasses that result from fermentation. PAGE FIVE . New York »nd Pennsylvanli h»T» a greater number of Reprmntt- tives In the House of Representatives than any other itat*f . At the age of 78 t Buprem* Court Justice may retfr* on fuB pay. NATIONAL STOCKYARDS 111 Sept. H. (AP)-(USDA)—HOBS 10000; barrows nnd gilts 75 to j.do lower than yesterday's average; sows 25 to 50 lower: bulk good and choice 200-250 Ibs 21.25-50; few loads 2160; practical top; half load early 2I.1S: odd lots 260-300 Ibs 20.00-21 25; 180-190 Ibs 20 50-21.OG; few 21 25; HO-170 Ibs 1850-20.25: 100-130 Ibs scarce, few 15.50-18.00; good sows 400 Ibs down 18.00-19.50; heavier weights mostly 15.50-18.HO; few do'.vn to 15.00; slags 11.50-14.50. Cattle 4.300: calves 1,500; one load mostly choice yearling type steer.s early .31.00; good medium weight steers 29 00; few medium sters 23.002500; these fully steady; two loads cutter and common western grass sleers 16.00; good heifers and mixed yearlings 25.00-21.50; common and medium 17.00-24.00- cows lully stea- Committee is Appointed To Nominate 'Y' Director Eight additional members or Ih nominating committee for the Blj theville "Y" were appointed tod.i by J. W. Adams, "Y" president, t serve with four members of 111 board who were selected earlle thiji wrck. The el s ht selected today Include Jimmic Sanders. O. E. Knudsei Prank Nelson, Wnltcr Rosentiia Ben Henderson. Worth Holder. A S. Harrison and Charles Hlttucr. They will serve with James Ten j committee chairman; Herman Carl ton, Mrs. Glenn Ladd and Jamc T. Vcihoff. The "Y" constitiitlo specified that the nominating com mittcc shall be composed of foil board members and eight mem bers at large of the "Y". The clcc lion will he held In November an six directors are to be elected. There are mi estimated 300,00 miles of city streets in the Unite States. dy; common and medium beef cows 14 25-1525; calmer and cutter cow 11.50-14.CO; bulls unchanged; me dlum and good 16.00-18.25; cilttc: and common bulls 14.00-15.50- veal ers steady to 1.00 higher; good am choice 27.flfl-;i3.00; common and me diuni 17.CO-26.CO. Refresh... Add Zest To The Hour /fsk/or il either way. . . both trade-marks mean ll,e iame thing. • OITUB UNDI« AUTKomY er TNI coc*.coi* co*r*NY IT Coc«-Cola Bottling Co. of Blytheville Minnie Lee Jones Music Studio Now Open for Fail Classes IN PIANO REGISTER NOW Sludio—807 Chickasawba Telephone 2994 YOUR TRUMP SUIT bids high... in tu)o colors! FmFiion doublet m* opp*ol o! thii BffMy Roi* "Glamour* lurt by giving i? not on*...but two 'OHM! Slim M « column, with lit fitt«d, buttonid jack»» and ihealh skirt, it't a imoothi* you'll lev*. 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