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r FAGB rotm BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, JUNE 10. 1947 <? • 4 '£>Qcietu Emily Wixson, Society Editor W Phone 461 Lynn, Jackson Announces' Plans {or Wedding. Miss Mary' Lynn Jackson,, brlda- elect of Joseph 'William McHaney, today 1 - ahnounsed plans for' the wedding, which will be solemnized (it First Auxiliary Women Meet For Programs, Socials "How Do I Affect Others?" furnished Ihe topic for discussion when various circles of the Woman s Auxiliary of First Presbyterian Clu'rdi Wednesday. June 25, at First niet tills week. Presbyterian Church, f/ j rs willard Pcnsc was hostess The double ring ceremony willj to Circle One at her lioive, 802 Will- take place at four o'clock in the nut St. Mrs. l-oslic Hooper was lead- afternoon with, the .Rev. B. Scott Baird, pastor of First .Christian ' Church, officinUng. Miss Jdcksbn, who will he given in marriage-by lier fatlici-. Mayor Ernest Robert -Jackson; has chosen her cousin. Mrs, Howard 'DeSplin- ter of Annawuna, 111., formerly of : Blytheville, Us her. matron of honor, Miss Emily Berry of Kansas City, Mo., a former roommate of the bridc-elecl fit Uiidenwood College, St. Charles, Mo., will be her miud of honor: .-.-••Bridesmaids Goodrich and 'Higginson. Miss Jettye Claire Huffman and Miss Ita Rogers will light tapers. John Cornelius McKahey will be his son's best irtnri. Groomsmen ' will lie John C. MoHnney'.III and Robert G. McHancy, brothers of the bridegroom-elect, and Charles Bittner. A"program of nuptial and pre- or and Mrs. Herman Cfirlton K: Ihe devotional. Mrs, reuse imd as her eiiesl Mrs. Robert E. \xn K;nt{. Circle Two, with 15 nUrndiiiB. met at tlie home of Mrs. Henry Liiyson. 1309 licarn f5t The pro- tram was led by Mrs. 13H1 Yoim*. Mrs. Walter Day iiiid :v. hfr co- hostess Mrs. W. A. unbyn.-; when eight members of Circle Three met at her home. 1301 Wrt.c, Main St. Mrs. Vcrnon Thomassmi and Mrs .l-'anis McCalin were piwom and devotional chairmen, rnane^i. will be Miss Vera Gucsts included Mrs. .U. M. Gray, Miss Dorothy'-Jean - - Bits of News WSCS. Members Meet At Methodist Church I At The Hospitals [BI.VTIIKVIM.K HOSI-ITAI, NEWS [Admitted: The Woman's Society or Chris-' Mrs. Timothy Sharp, city, llan Service of the First Metho- Miss Eugenia Oeninj, city, dlst Church inet in Joint session James Kelly, city. . yesterday afternoon at Ihe Church ' Dismissed: Mrs. Hugh WhHsitl, president. ] ' r ''°y Ij f c Gec !; cay ' conducted the business session and j Il ' a ° !llnes > clly. Mrs. James I.. Vcihoeff was chah- inan of the program. Her topic was "Children and the Law". Mrs. George Pylc's and Mrs. L. K. Old assisted her on the program. " Mi*. Adolph Hcinicke ha s en tcrrd the Baalist Hospital in Memphis for a check-up and treatment. She plans to return here within two weeks. Mls's Kdnn Lovctt and Miss Annie Lou U>vclt have returned from CicvelaiHi Mls-s., where they went. to attend griidiiullon exercises at Cleveluml Consolidated HiKh School and to visit their sister, -Mrs. Ralph and their Hostesses for Mrs/ Verhoelf; man, Mis. R. C. Owens, Mrs.'Dan Duncun. Mrs. F. B. Smith, Mrs Mel| Brooks, Si 1 ., Mrs. Elina Armstrong, Mrs.' E. L. Jones, Mrs. .1 If. Woodson: Mrs. Arthur Hale, Mrs, Fyles. and Mrs :L. K. Old. Hachahoma Club Guests of Mrs. Harry Bradley The Hnchahoma Bridge Club met yesterday with Mrs. Harry W. Bradley as hostess. There was one visitor present, Mrs, James Rolison. High David Galnes, city. Mrs. W. A. Ward, city. Amos Johnson, city. J. E. Gam), city. Births: Born to Mr. and Mrs. CHibi'it Burr, and Mr. Ban'. children, Patricia Ann and Lm;la. . .«.•<: ficoru'c Hamilton fin d I score went lo Mrs. Paul Lloyd uiul UaiiKhK-r, Nancy, nrc in Memphis| low to Mrs. W. H. Hulson. today to c.'onsnlt Mrs. " i.-..-.- ,™-~ „.,.-... nuptial music will be presented by ' Miss Betty Jean Hill, vocalist who •now Is a-student at University of " ; Michigan, Ann -Arbor, before re; ceivins her Master of Music degree June 14, and Mrs. John Cnu- •: dill organist. ' Immediately following the ceremony, a reception will be held at ! the homo of the bride-elect, 1412 ';' IWest Main St.. for members of the , -wedding partv and intimate friends . of the bridal couple. 1 . ' « •» • ; Baptist Women Meet ; For Circle Sessions Regular meetings of five circle • groups of the Woman's Missionary Union of First Baptist Church wrrc held yesterday afternoon nt various members' homes.' Circle One met with Mrs. Clso Langston with Miss Cordelia Wll- hite as co-hostess. Miss Wilhite led the opening prayer for- Hie 18 members and guesb present. Mrs. Ken- 1 dall Berry v taught Jhe lesson and 1 Mrs. M. C. Outlaw gave, the closing , prayer. \' Mrs. Theodore Logan was hostess '•'.to 12 members of Circle Two. Mrs. Jake Huffman gave the opening prayer and Mrs. Logan 'nughl the ' lesson. Mrs. c- E. Johnson led the :- closing prayer. •- Circle Three members, 10 of whom r .were prewnt, met with Mrs. II. L. :.Chambers. Mrs. E. C. Brown led the 1 opening prayer and Mn£ D.- B.. Bledsoc conducted the lesson. ; Mrs. R. G. Cash ted the nine v '••. members of Circle Four who inel \Vlth Mrs. Fred Copcland In pins'.! . and Mrs. Walter Bishop gave Ihe ••lesson. Mrs. Ebb Carson gave the 'closing prayer. ' Circle Six met with Mrs. Floyd Simpson with eight members prc- ,'sent. Mrs.' Tom Jackson led the opening prayer and Mrs. H. H- .Brooks taught the lesson. Mrs. Hugh Musso, and Mrs. G. L. Heyde of Jackson, Mo., sritcr and: houscguest of Mrs. M. F. Day. Hostess to Circle Pour was Mrs. J. E. Carter, 1708 Cu!c>..is:iwba A'.'C. Mrs. 13. C. Bailey VMS leader a:ul visitors were Mrs. Znl Harrison mm Mrs. Harvey Kldd. "I Am My Brother's I'crpor '. was the title of the Business Women's Circle program, with Miss May Dixon as leader. Meeting ni 41'.! Chick- asr.wba, Mrs. Alice Woniack amlj Mrs. R. C. Allen were co-hostesses. | Among thp 15 present w?re i.i«; to!-! lowing visitors: Mrs. Kinn, Mrs. R. I. Thompson, Mrs. H. W. Nichols. Mrs. Dick Webb, and Mrs. .J. }A. Womack of Equality. III., house- iicst of Mrs. Alice Wai:mi:!». Sisters Are Honored With Birthday Party Alice Payc Slouliisns nnd Alinn Mac Stephens, who observed their seventli and sixth blrlnflay;; respectively, WM'C honored Sniuiny by i.hr.lr parenU, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Stephens, with n birthday piuty at their ionic at 503 North Fii'tn fj'. Twelve of their small friends were guests for the oeensiu:i. They attended the show an-l then returned to the Stephens' home to play games. Prizes for excelling In games wont to Patricia Willinghnm and J. B. Fisher Jr. Refreshments of c.iku and ice cream were served. • Hamilton's eye specialist. They will be accompanied by Mrs. C. W. Rainey, woo will visit her daughter, Mrs. Al Gray. •Mr. mid Mrs. Russell Gaines were in Charter Oak. Mo., over the weekend visiting Mrs. Galnes' father, Mr. N. H. Garner. Johnny Logins, aori'ol Mr. ai'd Mrs. R. L. Loggins, Is .it home nftar undergoing a tonsilcct.MViy at the Kyc, Kar, Nose and .Throat Hospital in Memphis. His condition is satisfactory. Mrs. Leonard Johnson and daughter. Beth, have gone lo Gull I/ikc, Mich., lo be the guests or thrir cousA In and aunt, Mrs. O. W. Stephenson, and Mr. Stcplwnson, at thel" Summer home on the Ui'-.e. Mrs. C. W. Rainey and niece, Emadel Swearcngcn, are in Memphis as guests of Mrs. Rnmey's daughter Mrs. Al Gray, the former Miss Sue Kamey.- Mrs. J.. A. Womaik of Equality 111.. Is visiting here ivit'ri her sister Mrs. Alice Womack. Mrs. Jesst White 'and daughter, Martha Ann line! Mrs. R. C. Allen, will mote them to Equality Wednesday, wher Mrs. Alice Womack will spend tlv Summer. They will stop en route ii St. Louis to visit Mr. and Mis Raymond 'Fowler. Mri. Alien, wl •Utencl to business while in St. Lou! Mr. and Mrs. W. VI. Wohl and son, Theodore, have returned from Evansville, In<l., wheic they visited relatives of Mr. Wihl. the meeting were: B , stecle, Mo., a son yeeter- Mrs. Ral])h Berry- d ,, y j WAM.S HOSPITAL Dismissed: Mrs. Carl Fossey, routo 3, city. Mrs. J. D. Givens, route 1, cily. Pesse Sanders, Tylc'-, Mo. M. O. Willingham, route 3, city. Mrs. .Ii. L. Burllson, Stoele. H. C. Matthews, rout 1 : 1, cily. Mrs. Fred Vaughn and baby Cooler, Mo. BAPTIST HOSPITAL, MI'MI'lllS Uisniissed: Mrs. W. B. I^owe, Lepanto. John Crosno, city. MKTIIOmST HOSPITAL, MK.Ml'HIS Dismissed: Mrs. R. C. Adams, Joiner.. Young Baptist Women Meet With Mis s Wade The Young Women':' Auxiliary of First Baptisl Church met at vhe hr.mc of Miss Carolyi Wado Mon- 'day night with IS nieinl«;rs present. Another guest other lli'.ir. members was Miss Polly Stewart. The topic for disntssif.p v;as "Official Duties of Members." Morj definite plans were mum: for the breakfast which will he given .ImiD 22. Refreshments were served follow- g the meeting. * • * hurch Class Party iven at Deal Home W. f. Beof/s Honored With Al Fresco Supper OSCEOLA, June 10.—Mr. an! and Mrs. Joe Shippen ontertalncd a club Sunday with an :il ficsco sup|x;r at their home or. Semmes Avenue honoring Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Beall. Guesls other than club members were Miss Betty Gwnltnoy and Bill Watson, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Joe Edringlon, Mrs. Jerry Edward and Clem Whistle. of JoUier. "The dining "table "was laid wl!-> a lace cloth and centered with a crystal bowl filled with red roses. Arrangements of mixed Summer flowers were used throughout entertaining rooms. The entertaining rooms were decorated with crystal bowls filled with panslcs and other [lowers Refreshments of sandwiches and rtiil punch were served. • • » our Generations Attend 'arty for One-yeav-Old Four 'jjeiicralibns of one family: vere present yesterday aflunnum when Patricia Jean Woile.''!; Jlrst birthday waX observed with :i psiiiy at the home of her oarent:;. Mi. rmd Mrs. Ira Welters, 403 North Fifth 31. Other than her mother were her iiiaternnl grnndnioth'j.', Mrs. John Foster, and nihtcrnnl Ri-ent-Erand- molher. Mrs. Alice Foster. Gathering at the homy to play games were 16 children. They wen: seized re'iL-shments of ice cream nnd birthday cake. • • * Six Are Hostesses With Dance for 100 Club 61 was the iceii<; of n dance last night given by MHS TOdnr. Lee Ford. Miss Bjllle Damon, Miss Mnv\ Cnin, Miss Wiuula McBride. M]ss Hclma Johnson, and M;i-s Btitoi'oe JaEgers. More than 100 guests nttondcd Ilic affair. Those from out o;' tov.-n included Andy Wilder rf Memphis p.nd Miss Patricia Qlazue.v of Hot Houseguest Honored By Miss Nancy Burr OSCEOLA, June 10.—Mis s Nancy Burr entertained 24 members of the younger group at Ihe home of her grandmother, M| p s. Jake Threll- kill, Saturday afternoon in honor of her houseguost, Miss Pat Overby Event* THURSDAY Elliott Fletcher of United Daughters of the Confederacy meeting with Mrs. Marcus Evrard, with Mrs. W. M. McKeniie as assistant hostess. Mrs. Grovcr Wren will entertain Jolly Eight Club. Miss Ethel Eberdt hostess to Seekers Class of First Methodist Church. Mrs. J. c. Frazier hostess GNB Club. Students Give Program At First M. B. Church Methodist Student Day was cll- miixed Sunday night at the evening service with a program presented .by young people of the church and mombcrf of the Board of Education. Theme for the program was "Building the Church of Tomorrow." Participants explained how the Methodist Scholarship Fund was available to Melhodist young people who otherwise were unable to attend collepc. Miss Mamie Adams acted chairman and others who took part on the program were; Cal Go.ssett 'Ruth Seay, Betty Harbcr, Sonriv Ltickmann, Heard Wylie, Nancy Hamilton, Kay Smith, Sandra Long, Cecil Graves Jr., Emmadale swear- engcn, Jackie Lackmann, U. S. Branson. Mrs. 'Mel Brooks Jr., Henrv 'Arney, P. D. Foster Jr., and M. C. Webb. non-stop Spectators ; Out-of-town Guests ; Arrive For Wedding BYiends and relatives from oil . of town began arriving hero yesterday for the wedding of Miss '• Patricia Wise to Clarence S. Webb ; which will be solemnised Salnr day. .'• Mrs. W. D. Webb of Mobile . Ala, arrived yesterday and Mis '; N. J. Lochbihler b£' Sylvanis, Ohio '; ^nd her mother, Mrs. M. O. Hog gen of Chicago, will arrive ;, morrow. Lloyd H. Wiso, brolhc ! , of the bride-elect, Mrs. Wise an * their daughter, Judy Patric-iu, ; Tuscaloosa\ Ala., have arrived fo t the event and JTrs. Nell Hensle \ of Bloomington, 111., will arrh ; Thursday. Among the final parties to ' given this week for the popula - bride-to-be is a kit.V.ie'1 show , tomorrow morning .it which Mi / Hunter C. Sims Jr., cf Mcmph . and Biytheville, will bo liosless. Mrs. Alfor'd Will Make Official Visit Here Mrs. C. W. Alford, district deputy grand leclurer of the 15th District of Order of the Ens tern Star, wil! make her official visit tonight to (Biytheville Chapter of OES, *hich will honor her with a banquet at Hotel -Noble. The banquet will begin at 6:30 o'clock: and Mrs. Alford, who has made official visits to numerous chapters recently, will appear officially at S : o'clock. All Eastern Star members are invited to attend, it was announced. ' • . The lass of xmsored let las< Irs. Vernal Deal. young Married First Baplkt Women's Church, by Mrs. night at K. C. Brown, the homo of It was the regular monthly bus- less and social mortini;. Gaines ere played under the direction of Irs. Tommie Tinker. A sandwich plate ourse were served. dessert. Miss Frances Shouse returned home, vesterday from University of Arkansas, 'Payeltevillc, where she is a student, to be with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Shouse. Mr\ Jake Huffman ana Misst •Luna B. Wilhelm sjrent Die weekend in Memphis ns guests of Mrs. Huffman's daughter, Mrs. L'lgic Brown, and family. Mrs. Hill Harding is much improved .after. having been ijl at •her home for several days. Miss Jane Shclton has arrived home from Hardin College, Scarcy. lo spend Ihe Summer months with her parents. Mr. and Mrs, W. T. Shclton. Miss Mildred Chambers has returned from the University of Ark-! nnsns. Faycttevillc, to spend the Summer with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. w. C. Shearin, 1123 West Ash St. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Atkinson are vacationing with relatives in Tyler and Dallas, Texas, and in Los Angeles. Thcv plan to be away a month. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Austin, of •Montro.se will arrive today for :x visit with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Wroten. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Bcilmrsc have as their guests her sisr,o:*, Mrs. Fred Sandifur of Norman. Okla., «nd Mrs. Alvin Conner of Outhrit-. Okla. Springs. WMU Circles Hove Meets OSCEOLA, June 10.—The Woman's Missionary Union of First Baptist Church met in circle groups Monday. Circle One met with Mrs. Jake Threilkill with 14 members and two the lesson. Mrs id conducted blic program wore Mr* visitors present. Mrs. C. E. Dean, chairman, hrc- sided with the business and Mrs. Ed Williams led the lesson. D. H. miackwood devotional. Others on the prosrum were Mris J. J. Roberts and Miss Nancy Burr social hour followed the meet- R. :' Mrs. A. E. Tliorne was hostess''- ircle Two with 20 members pro cut. Mrs. Thome, chairman, pre- ded and Mrs. Searcy Moars hart liarge of the program. Mrs. I. S, lUrton gave the devotional. Others on the program were Mrs. V. T. Mann. Mrs. Frank \Vil- nms, Mrs. n. J. Gillespie and <Irs. A. F. 'Glnscoe. •Teed punch and cookies were ervcd. * ! ¥l jl 725 Pupils Enrolled In Vacation Classes When a two-week Vacation Bible School opened yesterday morning si First Baptist Church, 125 students were present. The Rev. D. B. 'Blcdsoc, principal, said that it was not too late to enroll and that classes were opc-n to all children between th ages of four and 1G. The Beginners' department, he pointed out, is for children four aim five year s old; the Primary, lor those six, seven and eight; Junior, nine through 12, and Intermediate, 13 through 1C. Beginners and Primary pupils are dismisse dat 10:30 a.m. and Intermediate, !3 through 16. Beginners and Primary pupils are dismissed at 10:30 a.m. ami Intermediates and Juniors at II a.m. Classes include mission stories anil recreation periods. New in look and line . . . yef with the same faitUful quality you love in all Vitality Shoes. Lend special flavor to your cos- tunic with Vitality Spectators. Everybody loves 'Em *««; QUIENS, f&! fMi «f ti-"- J '^' • Sunsuitr. Visit The TOT 9.95 Spectator White Doeskin Amber Alligator trim AAAA to B 'arents of Daughter. Mr. nncl Mre. E. C. Barnes >,f Vhitchavcn, Tcnn,, ,iro parents of a daughter born ycslcrd'w at the Methodist Hospital in Memphis. She is their first chiltl. Mrs. Barnes is the former Miss Ann Autcii, daughter of Warren Jackson. Rifes for Infant * Funeral services for Infant Gilmore, who was born dead tills morning to Mr. and Mrs. Leon Gilmore will be held this afternoon at Wilkens Cemelery. The child is survived by his par- cnls. Ihrce brothers, Jerome. Ed- mmul TSarl and Jerry Wayne, and two sisters. Sara Ann and Mao Huth. Cobb Funeral Home was I 1 ' charge. * Announcing the Opening oi the New E.B.C CLUB Dud Cason Legion Post Members to Meet Tonight Dud Cason post 24 of the America]! Legion will hold its weekly nu'Ctmy at 8 o'clock tonight in the Legion Hut. Sting Pump Low Heel tan & white 7.95 Good Usecf Furniture Is Found at JIMMIE EDWARDS FURNITURE 313 E. Main ,2m Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show gUarts 2 '.00 ' LISTEN TO KI.CN -.00 a.m. 12:45 p.m 4:30 p.m | Tuesday-anti Wednesday. VIVIEN LEIGH _, Queen of Enticement... f 'J ., VIVltH - Cl'MIOC LEIGH'-RAIN Vi Moss Bryan Presents Gifts of Distinction For rtie June Bride the Perfect Wedding Gift Should Reflect (•dividual Selection THE GIFT SHOP 103 East ty'rn Street Largest in .the South Seating Capacity 500 Highway 18 Biytheville Spec/of June 77 Johnny Long and his 10-Piccc Band with ANITA NANCE Singer 9 'til \ From Adams' RECORD BAR We've everything fro it rluimba lo RiKolc'.lo; fron jive lo La Juivc; children's records and hard - to - fiiv records of every type. II" yen don't find 'what, y-ai want, we'll get, it for you. Here Are This Week's I Hits: nxighn Monroe — Moonlight an Roses Vaync King—Smoke Oots in Yov Eyes rtio Shn\v—Moong!'t\v Billy Wllllmns—My Aclob" H:iricnd Glenn Miller—In ihc Mood pike Jones—Lovt- in HUioni irskiue Hawkins—Hiuvk^ Hnonlc Three Suns—Pee O! My Heart , 'erry Conio—Chi-U.iba. Chi-Bnba The Parr Brother-;—Smith in My Soul oluiny Tyler—Preigl.l Tvnin Boocic Sons of Die Ploiims—My Best to You Jim Glllum—Whkkev Head Buddies Memphis Jimmy—D.IItinit Lil Green—My Mcl!o\v Man Make Reservations at Club E. B. Chitwood Do You Want to Be "MISS AMERICA"! RCA VICTOR RECORDS ADAMS APPLIANCE Co. J. W. Adams, Mgr. Phone 2011 213-M AV. M»l« This is YOUR chance for travel and adventure. Enter this contest to select "Miss Biytheville" and YOU may win a trip to Atlantic City and a chance to be chosen "Miss AMERICA." *' RULES ARE: You must be unmarried and between the ages of 18 and 28. Age limits for "Miss Junior Biytheville" are three to six years. Fill Out and Mail Today! Box Office Opens at ":OD p.m. Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Opens Sunday l:M:JSlnrts 1:15 Continuous Shows SW. and Sun 1 Bargain Night Every Niglil lixc Saturday No passes honored on Sunday 'a the Koxy. Tuesday and'Wednesday DOUBLF. FEATURE Jaycce Beauty Contest Box 707 Biytheville, Ark. Please enter me in the "Miss Biytheville" ^"Miss Junior Biytheville" (check which) beauty contest to be held in Biytheville High School Stadium June 18 at 7:30 p.m. Name Address Telephone No.

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