The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 16, 1947 · Page 1
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, June 16, 1947
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PAGE tWO BLYTHEVILLE (AUK.) COU1UBR NEW8 •YIONDAY, JUNK 10, 'lfl-17 Emily Wiifion, Society EdHor Jean Abbott Married In Afternoon Candlelight' Rites Miss Blllic Jean Abbott, daught t'lKTimcl Mrs. -,C. M. Abbott, be-l '.bncie of !u'uio Thomas; Lynn Jackson Honored With Bridge Luncheon soir.of-Vr: and Mrs. T. .1. e?I 1" - x candlelight, ceremony .o'elock Saturday afternoon at of the bride's parents on 'Hie dqub'lc-riiic rjtc-s were pe>- forrned lisfoie Ihe fireplace by i!ie RJjv. K- 1C. Brown, jjaslor of first Eaptisi "TJie lir«j)laco was banked with lall-b.i£l:etsv-of while pnlms" TliVinh'iHel of white -rpseliiirls antl carnations sprinkled with sttvelpeas and tsVii- Kipliils, A Tjoiiquet of while canift- tious and Sliasll dilsies, jnlcrsper- F.«l with fern-decorated Ihe piano . were liehtetl by Miss nricie-lo-;?e ^_ lu _ J .. Jiu'kson, wliu will be svcil"'ju»"' M to Jusspli Wll- linm McHiinry, »A S honored witii another of tlie many iiiU'restini! .-io- foi- nor Bits of News Mr. unU Mrs. I.oy Welch !::».". K'lunic'tl from a wock'.s slay In llol Klirltig.s. wliilit there, Mr. Welch ul- U'lirUxl an Arkansas-Missouri tiiu- cl-il events bi'int! ijiven for iWinors ccmvtiUlon. wlu-n Mis s Jettyo Clain- Huffman 1 Mrs. A- 11. Witt of HaUs, an,( Miss" llu Rogers ™mtuiiu».l is lht . Bm . sl »I l»-r <lnu R lit« Salurdiiy with n <«»' o'clock l)i'i<l;;e t;. v. Daws, ami family. Mr. Ti'iin •, Mrs nt -.In li ,li ;\\'\ i CilUIIUHy \MI" '' *"" ***.">->. - "... V. l-r.>o.>, ,1.. J f ft± «Vs lun.lieoi, at Hotel Noble. , Mrs. Uaw.s a,,,| dangler. Wilh, lenmLL ».i=>i TjUV[ , e bouquets (if sweetpeas were g|im>, antl [heir htiii.'icuiiest will I!' used as rteromtior.s and, tumoi'i'Ow I" Oiirdon to he vases of uunsh's n-utcied Hie four .small tables. The HUPS I of honor'.; place \vns murk -il with u cursa •,<• "," of swcetpeas mill rosebuds. sistcr of the bride-; tomorrow lo Oinnon to he liif itui'sUs of Mrs. B. K (iiim-lL lilt family, formerly of liljlhevlllf. Coi-ptival \V:iltei- Collier of III? /> I A. F. lias iK'en ti'aiisfcied to .r Mrs. Henry Humphrey won hi ',!> /\|[| S |>ii Alt cinininnul Squadron i LrUlijc'!)"'/.--• and second l'i;:li i AnchoviiBL', Alaska, corporal cim u.>, •"•.?-.• — ••- — ••-- i score Lridce !>n?..' ami secmiu »>.-•" | AnchoniisL', Alaska, corporal t;oiui groom. She \yqvc n ; blue linen drc.,s | ^ M (() Mjss Voru f j n<)( |,.u.|i. hn KC ,. VP , in tlie :1 rmed foil", o with -i low neckline and boutfiiil Mlss JlltkBOI1 was |)n .. s ,., U e ( | gills , t | ,„,,, .skirt. Her corsage was of bluu ^^ , nk( . , |Ju| s((11 _ Jn , GLAMOROUS TAILORING .Guests hichidi'd her moUiPi 1 , Mrs. j r ^ liy Mrs. On'ill delphinium mid blue Kypsojihila. Prc-nupllal music was presented', Charl«s:E;(£bl)nU, vocalist,r ^~ y ; nKjt]10| . (lf u , ( . bl i( |p t ;iu ; ,m- (|il]( . ' M(ss Vl , su ,,. t | ny to visit and from out til town. Mrs. Prank A. Holers Jr.. of Ne.vport. by Mrs. and I,. T. M.6ore,;Jr : .'. pianist. Mrs. Abbott sanfe Sduibert's "Ave Maria mid "3*-e*tesi ; SLory Ever Told 1 b\ Ftuttsl -Mr. -Moore played "Always" iJaiTdr'"Serenade" by S:li.i- J«tV.?on, Mr.s. John C. Mo-, ][oii ( .yeult of Uell, went lo Clal'ks- b«t. i4 s Ihe nfVch fn____ i:iir, was' heard and ' Mendelssohn'-"' wedding march from "A Mid-Sum- r*r Night's Dream" was played for life The bride, given In marrinRe liy her father, wore a Margaret New- nVaiT oVIglnnl of white sheer crep; |Mrs. Thomas Hostess wi'^.Willi Rehearsal Supper While reual lilies, wiil'.i- carnations and while daisies with other flow<?rs forim'.'l a selling of Slimmer beauty for ih.e llnal social-event before the \.Yclclln>: Saturday of Miss Pauii'ia Wise to Olarencc S. Webb when M nVaiT oVIglnnl of white sheer crep-. ol . lrl , ncc g \vebb when M 1 :;;. John The dress hail a low. soft, neck with „, T[ , om . ls eiitc'itallied with n le- ni binding above Ihe buslUnc a ,,<,.„.,.„, |)al . ty Friday niniu at the bligle h?ad einbroitli'iy. 1 lie SKIU j lonu . o[ ], cr | )iu enl.s, Mr. nnd Mrs. u'as fashioned wilh the new harem drape and the same embroidery. Her large picture hat, by Eilwnvd Payne, was of mnltne flufff wil.ii vjliite flowers nccentunlinn the dip o( the brim. She wore white elbow- Wr-pth lice gloves, 'she carried A shower bouquet of al purplc-'.hroatcd while orchid wilh white rosebuds, jsypsophila and Iflif-s of the valley. .Mrs Ronald H. Geary of Zane- ville Ohio. M'H S her sister's matron of honor. She chose a two-piece afiua alpara crepe dvcss with three- quarler length slctivcs ft»d R bustle b*ck. She wove a Oise hat of blae.v Elrav.' with liny brim nnd 'plnK rpstbuds extending down Ihe hack. Her accessories were In white. She earned n nosegay of pink rosebuds irttr-rsnersed wilh pink Rypsophila and streamers ol pink satin ribbon. -I,. O. Tliomuson Jr., served" Mr. Barnes a s best man. 'immediately followinc the ccre- niony. Mr. ontl Mrs. Ab'aott ente:'- tiined with n reception. M. A. Isaacs, 520 Wqst Mala St. Oni'sls were meinliers uf the wett- dinr; parly and out. of town uu'ovts. Mr. and Mrs. Tjloyd II. Wise of TIIS- [•alousa, Mr. ami Mrs. IV. H. Wise ol Chicago, Mrs. N. .1. lAiCiilillner of Sylvania. Ohio, Mrs. Al. O. Unt^en of Chic»i;o. Mr. and Mr 1 ;. Bsi.vllj Tiland and Mr.s. ArUvi.- llnv.Si! »f Memphis, Mrs. W. IX Wehl) of Mo- ! bile. Ala., and Mrs. Nell Ilcnsler tj? Illaomlii^ton, 111. tiihuncitiK' the bridal setline were the Summer flowers in pales: pink shades dccoialliii; the living IO-JMI antl ylowiny tapers. DhdHK room tlecorati in;; were all In while. Tlie table was laid wilh an Imported linen itlet embrnideivd cloth. Dinner Party Given By Mr., Mrs. Mitchell Mr. nnd Mr.s. Jeff Mitchell were •a win. n ^>"'""- host , UK i Hostess yesterday at their 4coSrthe 0 bn1]ef e l,i^<":i-^!., on North ^ivkiin Sired lo rlrm The three-tiered wetldinR 27 (; ne sls with a chicken dinner eft" was toi)i)--d «Uh miniature. The dinner was served bn[f=', ffcurc.i of a bride arid bridegroom [ style. sfciiding beneath an arch of .silver, Out of town K uests for tlie oc- vXddlng bel's Gladioli and maiden ciwion were Mrs. Sallie Barrel!, rtrr. "ncircled the cuke. b. O. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Ev- ''Miss Eloise Barnes and Mrs. L. O. L'rclt Jennings and family, T)l'ir,nir>-ou Jr.. cresldcd at this table Mr. and Mr.s. Jack Stewart pjid Mrs. Gilbert Hammock family, all of Memphis. in eharre of Ihe'guest book. | . ... ;Tlie bride's mother wore an aqua ctress of Baharma mesh with a. \vhlle gardenia corsa;;e and Mrs. Barnes wor; n blue embroidered and nnd a pinh'sarrtenia Parents of Daughter Mr. nnd Mrs. K. L. Young are parents of a daughter born Satnr- • morning nt Blythcvllle Hospital. crepe dress' will ccrsaRc. •Following the reception. Mr. and S | lp 1)n3 llcnn named Carolyn June. Mrs. Barnes left for a wedding trip. Mr nll(1 Mrs . Young nlso are TJiey will return here lo make their DIlls of u snn> liome at 509 Dclmar St. i M rs . Younrj :For traveling. Mrs. Barnes wore U( . Uy a navy blue.. two-piece crepe dre.vs) will 1 - .'Hatching accessories. She l>i'-i- is my, two. the former Hipp, daughter of 1 Mr.s. J. T. Hipp. ried a while orchid at her shoulder. : Out of town guests other than J}rs. S. L. Crow of Fort Smith. and son. Sam Louise Bixzell Becomes Bride of Lindbetg Taylor M. A. Beeman and other ri'laliv.i. Harry Weeiimaii accompanied 1J- Siinnums and Mrs. Frank .Slminnis In Joncsboro yesterday to attend fiini-rul serviti's for Vlliss Simiuons, wlm (lied l-'riday mornhit;. Misses until and Iva Keay have as their limiseKiiesl lor the next two weeks Miss Bobbie Perry "' Houlka. MlJa. Mr. and Mrs. .1. E. llalsell have i-i-luriir : ,i from l.lUle «<wk. where Mr.s. Ilalsrll has benii for the p-i',1 jimntli wilh t'tielr d.iuehter. Mrs W. Ii. Phillips, who is tecnperatini' Ironl nn injury received a month nuo in an aiiLomobilt' riccidenl Mis. PhilliD'i returned wilh parents t,i be with them until she j recovers. ' Mr. and Mrs. William M. Ilan- 1 istisr spent (lie weekend in O-iL'eol.i ! with Mr. Uaiilster's parents, Mr. land Mrs. l ; 're,| Hanisler. and fam- j ily. Mrs. Frank Greer. duiighter. Se- Iwyn. »f Ulythevllle mid Mrs. Lester Greer of polls Cauip, Miss., re- lurnetl Saturday from an extended trip thruiicli the linst. TlTey visited relalives in iiurlford and Sulfluid. Conn. They returnee! via New York C.'ity i>nd Washington where they spent a few days. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Shcllon and family and Mr. and Mrs. i K. fihelton visited relalives in Dj/.'s- biiri; durliiB Ihe weekend. Mr. and Mis. U. W. Mullins and tnmlly had as weekend yxiests Mr. Mullin's duugltlcr, Mrs. carl Evans. and -son. Carl Jr.. of Memphis. Mrs. E R. Lancashire and sons. Kobetl and Jim. leU Saturday foi" Oberlin, Ohio. I" visit relatives. While (here. Mrs. Lancashire w-ill nllrntl the 25th Anniversary of her | Abde: clars at Olierlin Colk'i;e. Hen Lan- | HTC. cashire, who has been atlendlin: , Cberlin Colleur. will accompany them home. Mrs Clnv Moore of Memphis was a weekend visitor of her daughter. Mrs- .1. Ii. GMnn, and family, Mrs. N. J. Humphrey spent Saturday in Memphis. Miss 1'olly Stewart is spcndinR a few days at Arkansas Stale Col- leKe in jonrsboro as ituest of he- brolhers. Bryant Stewart and William T. Kuw.u-l. and Mrs. William |T. Plewart. She was motored Ihe':" yesterday by her parents,' Mr. at « Mrs. II. P. slewarl. They were n! c - n accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Hoisers of Osccola Steve Bfluniiaehcr of Memphl- Ss a summer guest of his cousin.;. Ann and Kay Ilindman. While her; he will also visit his mint im! uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Wlllinm Roles, who recently moved here (rain Memphis. •Harold Strickland of Memphis week-end Pei-fecl for Sunday lunchenn the club, * country wedding, or u day in town 13 liiis beautifully tailored cotton <lrc£:, with clialk ctripci on dark ch^nibray to Bup- ply [jlnmoiir. It come* in wine, preen, ilalu grey and brown. The higti, opened crcx^n liannct worn with it J3 trimmed v/iili petticoat ruffld or imported v/luto or^a-.idy. At The Hospital* i Mi-YTHEVIUiE HOSPITAI, ' [imitted: nun jones, Leachvllle. Mrs. Glenn Jones. Cooler. Mo. Mrs. Hot) I). Ilardin, Dell. Henny Hays. elly. diaries Wiilden, Helena. Dismissed: C. M. Waller, Carutliersvllle, Mo Mrs. J. H. Freeman and baby, Ity- Mrs. John M. Cogijlns, city. .1. Ii. (.iooc-h, elty. Mr.s. I,. H. Trusiy. I.eachville. Mrs Roy Goodman. Manila. Mrs. Hnltic Clook, Hleeli-. Mo. llilli,. I/iid.s:.' (iaines, ci'.y. Mr.-. Donald I.i'i: and baby, i-ity. Ilii'ki-ll Vaui;lin, llrat;i< (;ity. Ulrlhs: Horn to Mr. and "Mrs. (.;,••>:;;> J''ord, city, u son .Saturday. WAI.I.K HOSl'ri'AI, Jlsmlssed: Mrs. li. M. Beek. city. Mrs. ii Ii. Mi Cain. city. ,1 I), Ciri'. Uonli- 2, rily. Mrs. I), li . Wuindoin. Hleele. Mrs. Knmk Clllssun. HcnatJi. Mrs. MIIN Walson. Armorel, Mrs. R H. Hlnyloek, i-il.V. llersliel Blrjni;las. Manila. Mrs. K. D. Ilowrll, Kli-elc. HAl'TIS'P UOSIM'I'Ali, Mfinpll,. 1 ! .1. M. Krvln, city. Mrs A. T. lleinirke. i-ily. ^!a(•k Mi'filothen, city. MYF Elccls Ofliccts; Commission Chairmen Manila News Pfc. Calvin Scott. arrived here last week to ..i;ent! a furlough witn his parents. Mr. and Mr.s. W. M. t. rrivate Scott iia s been sta- tioiie<l on Okinawa for several months. H. L. IJlackwood of San Dieuo, Cal., Is soendina a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. 'Ht>!> TJluekwood. Mr and Mr.s. Ira Harris and children have left for a two weeks u"K in Grant's Pass. Ore. Mr. and Mrs. E. C, Vice-mail and daughters, .Misses Pe&iay and Betty Jean IHeern'm have left for a lour in the West. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Pankey and dtuifhlur, Miss Alma Pankey. and son. Carcl Pankey. of Walervliel. Mich lire swndinii two weeks here v.ilh Mrs. 'ifenry WrlKlit and Mrs. liichai-d Jt)lilf a:-.,l. families. Caleb Sniltli of 1/awreneelmr.J. 'h -,.-.. has -.ri-ived for a visit with his sLslir. Mr.s. Dora Berry. Mr. !"•'! Mi's. Waller llolsclaw and chiMren hav.-- Icli. '..if a visit wii'i relatives In Oklahoma. M,-. and Mrs. Charles ri!i,| Mr. and M-;. D. H. U) their lit K:isl nranije, N. J. nfter with ?/l" s'lMl Mrs Ohnrlev ::nd Mr- and Mrs. W. W. Fowler. | Mr. sin,' M-- T -*• is T'w^cndt nnd .':on. V/oodv. have left for R '.i-jf ,i- M'-iinhis. Lakr 1 Pro\'iden'jJi :-.l •' V '. T,-. - ' -I f.'nl. M.- ;•' Rhf rid i--. spendini' a ; ,„.. ...-,.v f.ivlmic,! 1 . with hi-, molh- »lr-. r;>m-!!c Sliedd. Sr. ^ar]-,] F -'Hi IM stali'nied at War Coming Events TUESDAY Mrs. Loy Welch hostess !< letlc club, 2 o'clock. Ti'i-Town Bridge Club will • mi- this 12 day of Jim'.-, 1 Kliz ','••- i ' (Scull N'ii My coinnii.ssion exim-'. 11 ; r.ieet, U. S. AmbassaJar Calls will) Mrs. James C. Guard. Tuesday Oft Pope ff'lfS IT. RotilZ Bridge Club mectiiii; svilh Mrs. !• ' E. Old as hostess. WEDNESDAY Mrs. W. Marion Williams and Mrs. I,. D. Chamblin will be lios- VATICAN' Cl'l V, ,1-IL-.' li;. Pope Pins ret-uvi'd U. !•'. A dor James C. Dunn in t i.':-i'. ,t'- dlc-tii'-e hutinv. '^(J tninu'i": i-ii!ri tesses with an informal party fro:n i —4 to C o'clock complimentim; Mis.; Lynn Jackson, bride-elect, THURSDAY Guy G a IT If; an will be 1° members of the Junior Miss Club. Mrs. J. c, Frazlcr will entertain GNU Club. Navy Seeks Enlistments For Aviation Reserves nolnnd Evelyn Clara Goodrum Wed to Troy Kinningham Miss KiTlyn Clni'a GoodruiM, (liUU;UU'r of Mr.s. .1. Ross Goodriun imrl Hip laic Mr. Goodrum. became the brldi- of Troy I-]. Khminylmm, son ol I hi- late Mr. ami Mis. W. .). ICmiiiniilium of Slcelo, Mo., In n cpiemony Jinu 1 H at tlio home 1 ot the bride's mother. | .John Ivoi'Mm, former pastor o^ 1 tlu» llimtinsidon Church of Christ. t the double rinp; rites. The bride wore a dres s of magnolia Slimmer nvpe with whiti: aeeessni-ies and carried a bonqnel of red roses. 'Her iniii'l of hono.r was her cousin. Miss Doris Goodrum. She wore an lutnit dress with white acces- saries and eiriied an arm of pink carnations. .lames fiMilrum, brother of the| p mm Missouri C bride, was Mr. Kitminijham s besl' man. Hor-liim of offlren llu; tmsiiu-ss .'iCSsion of Ille weekly ; iiU'dlng of the Methodist YJjuth I-Vllmv.slii|> lasl ni-ihl at Ille rluirc!). ' The oiliciTK. In serve during tin- .s'.amniT, itii.'luti*' Ihe foHtnvinu: l v " Seay, president: .If) Ann Ttieseh- maim. rii:o-i;residonl : r-.laiv M::ru:ui. fiteietary; jiliii Margery Hale, tien- Mirer. (;ominission chriirinan will he as follow.-,: Anne Wcedman. piiljlie'ly: Hail^ira Ciilhson. world fi ieniiship: Kulh Seay. AOrshi]): I". 1). Foster, coininnnity yervice; and ('al C'Cis- wll. rei'realion Nancy I'artlow and Jiu-k noriK 1 ]- ai'e lo aHerniUe as pinnist mid Jiintny Henry wjll serve- as .S'JIH: lender. Hurini; the worship wlli'ih followed Ihe election. William Wvatt. as yuest Kpeaker, ])i'es(nited the de- MHirjnal S[iec:i:*l unests were 'I'he lii^v. Ali"n D. Stewart, pastor, and Miss Hobbie perry of Ilonlkii, Misr... hmise^lK'St of thf Misses He;iy. U. Howard. D. Sturm, public information officer of the Naval Air Station of Memphis, Limr-nuc- cd today that an extensive drive to obtain 200 additional etuoll-.-e-i in the civilian Naval Air !{<••"'"',•,',' serve for the Mempiiis ftalion "li'iti wolll<! l)CBin Jllly '' I . ., ... I He stated that s:;o of the :.!- 'lotted 1000 officers anil iu?n ot gn- Naval Air Reserve for ill--' Memphis Naval Air Station had already been enrolled :i»d that ihc. I drive will end when Ih/ elnull- nient has reached the allottid 1COO. The Naval Air Reserve offers education, recreation mui spceialixed | training "linn- - c -'mitli will — —. ,. r . , n-m.r l-rm of school at Wil- 'lUi'hficd non-veterans --. :is(l!ill Sehool in Greenbrier.l ">e "Bes of " and 40 Miss A)et::i Ilntton lelt Tluirs- -"""d•' for T.iukey. Va.. after a visit it.h her nnrenls, Mr. and Mrs. :-,v,!d Ilntton Mi-.. O'livc Mik" and Mrs. Elmer ThrHkelil have left for a two wefr:s \-isit in FHnl, Michigan. For Yotif Ch:!di'cr/:> Summer J, Visii- The TOT' SHOP to veterans (if all •iltend the i branches of Hie .sei\'ice, and tn w ,l'qualified Listen to Showers of BSessisiqs Over KLCN Tomorrov/ iV.crning b.-lw I.t. SLinni NOTICE Notice is hereby ,iiv:-ji thai Iht- undersigned will within the li;.ic fl^ed by law a])])ly to the f'ommis- sioner of Ilevenues -if i!ie SUMe ot Arkansas for a permit lo sell brer ul retail at Rt. 3. Hox 310. Oscjola, Mississippi Counly. The undersigned states thai he is a citiv.en of Arkansas, of ^mul character, that he nn.s neur !,eet. convicted of a felony or other c !h,".e Involving moral turiiitucl -.•: that po license to sell beer by the undersigned has been revoked within five years last past; and that the imdei- sit;ne<l has never been LOII\ ieted of violating tlie laws of tiiis stale, < i 1 any oilier stale, relating l-i t'ne Snbscrilied uiul Manila Girl Graduates |^li5s Borosvsky was Rradnati from Blytheville High School in diiui ii-in. The bride was graduated Tlnnllnrdon Hi«ii S-hool. •'. aTitrf T- •^-^ ——• ; Freed-llardcinan Colled: and at- Blkle School Begins 1 ended Abilene Christ'mn C:)llct!0 m Abilene, Texas, and Ilardin l-'ol- Senrey. Mr. Kinn'msham was graduated from Chester County IliBh School, Henderson. Tenn.. antl altende.l Vreed-nardeman ColH'::«i He served two years in the Merchant Marine. A number of out-of-town guests were in Steele for Ihe wedding. O^ceofo New* Mr. and Mrs. C, J. Lowrauc* and Mr. and Mrs. Hale .laol:s:jn altend- "d the O!iver-DonaU!.-;:> i weddinj in f*!-^-!!!!- Salnrdiiy. Mrs. li. n. Mcennch. Mrs. Helen Rnuldvr, ,lerry Swift of Awrwi. Ind., Ir-ft for their home Saturday efter spendini; several days as guests of Miss Kimna Cox, Mrs. Ellon Evans, aunt of Miss Cux. accompanied th;m to hr-r lining in Lafayette, Ind. Joe AnpU'bamn left Snndav to r . . ,. .. spend » bri-.-f visit with his ,noth»r. of •"«»»'l'c h n uor.s. Mrs. Annie Applebauin, in Yozao City. Miss. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Richards of St. Louis are sucsts of Mr. Richard s sisl-T. Mr.s. C. n. Driver, and family. Mr. and Mrs. J. Lan Williams p.iid small son. J. Lan II. were weekend miesls of their paren:s, -Mv. and Mrs. Frank Williams, and Mrs. Mary Clay ling hey. Mrs. Sam Coble arrived home Saturday from Ari/ona, ;Vh.u-e she had spent the past four months. She was accompanied honx; by her sister, Mr.s. J. A. Moran. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Florida weie to arrive home today U-om San Antonio, where they have, been vaca- l;i,!.:ny for several mimtiis. Cliy May. swo'-n to hefor;' Cunlimiims Slmws Iv.i-rv i);ty Itox Office Opens 1 :^!f) Klmw Sl:irts U:(!0 I.ISTKN' TO Kl.CN S:W> a.m. 12:-I5 |i.m 4-.30 p.m. Time .{To Publish New Digest '. | FAYETTEVILLE, Ark.. J'.llle 10. At Church in Manila n Bible School be!;n at Ihe Haplisl CMmrc-h :n ; <u|>| _ The Bolj , K Moi ,., n Cu of ,.,. * ' j dianapolis has been awavded a con,.,„, I li-ar.-t to publish Arkaii^es' icviscd statutes. The work will make u;j 10 volumes, aecofdint', to Dean Hobe:c A. Lellar. chairman of tii-i Aikansas Good Used Furniture is Found at JSMMIE EDWARDS FURNITURE CO. will] Lorella V-iti;i:; ami David Sivcii I'arainonut New-; Srlct-ti'il Short S"!ijecls Tucsrtsiy ;tii(l Wcdncsdny Manila for beginner, primary juniftr sriidenls. ClasM's \\-jll inclnde Jlible storir 1 liund\\oik nnd recreational ac'iv ifes. 313 E. Main I'hrme Miss a iv! Fa-a Wright Becomes Bride of Tennessean JMiEs Era Wright wtis married lo Horace Coifcr of Trimble. Tenn.. ift n ceremony Saltirrtnv aflernoon aj 5:3C o'crock at First. Presbyterian Church. •The Rev. Harvey T. Kidd. paslor. ojficiatcd al the single r\ng rites lu the presence '-of a few of the bride's intimate friends of this city and'an aunt. Mrs. William Brown o£ Manila • The bride wore an Eisenberg ori- Binall dress in a paliniiiio shade \^ith gardenias and lilies of the val- l»y in her hair. Her accessories \wcre in brown. •Her maid of honor. Miss Mablc ijoganjuore a Summer dress of dtis- ly rose with a shoulder corsage of pnrdcnias nnd Ktephanotis. Her accessories were in matching pink ajid blue. •Carl Judd served the bridegroom a% be!t man. * PollpM.'intr the ceremony. Miss Ho- pan enterlained with a rcrenlion lionorinE Mr. and Mrs. Coffer at Iter apartment in the Ingrant ljuilding. • After a wedding trip to Yellowstone Park nnd other points of in- l^rest In Colorado, Mr. and Mrs Goffer «lll make their home >" Trimble. •MY. nnd Mrs. .luuius Itoell have] visited lieic over the announced Ihe maniase of» their, \vltli his brother, Carl Strickland, daughter. Miss T/)nise Hi?.v.cll, lo:nnd family. Lindbere Taylor, .sou ol Mr. onill Mr. aim M'' s - nichai-d nay have 'Mrs. A. Ci'. Taylor, sill of Steel Mo, returned from llol Splines. Ark 1 where he atlruded Hie Arkansas- \ierfin-m'.'d Missouri Ginuers Cldnvention. ! Mrs Roy Freeman or Trenton. Tenn . spent Sunday with her sis- trr-in-law. Mrs. J. 11. Hawkins. Rnss lluches Sr.. went to llou.<- May Irom Steele Hi;'h School, ton, Texas by plane to be wilh hir. where Mr. Taylor also e.nuhutc.l. ,-ou. now Jr.. over Father's Bay- He is now engari-d in farmim:. ' Ross Jr.. is allendiii}; the Snnimcr The ceremony wa:; June 1 in PoRgotL. Mr. and Mr.s. Jessie Kimell the couple's attendants. Mrs. Taylor \va. ; pradunlcd session of the University of Houston. Houston, Texas. Mrs. Cthn stanfield and family -have relnrned from a week';: .'a/ j in St. Lonis, \vhore they visiled I reliHvfi anil friends. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Cnldwrll and sons. D.m and Chester Jr., : e- tnrneil Friday from a two weeks trip to Durham. Norlh Carolina and Washington, n. C. Chester -Jr., student at Duke University. Durban-, is home for the Summer. Mrs. ,1. U. Freeman a'ul ininnl son, Johnny Clark. '.ifl\v b"en le- moved lo Iheir home on N«n,.i Hii;h- j w-.iv ni from Hlvtlievilie Hospital. | Mr. J. !,. Thomp.wi ami son. Bruee. avi- lu Bii-niinK'nrni. Ala., to.r a few days, where Mi 1 . Thor.ii'puii will attend lo business. Mrs. Jim Tumpkins. dnn^Mcr, Mary Ann. and mollu-r. Mis. J. P. O'S'eaU. will rcturo l"H)oviOiV f.'oin Ciulfporl, Miss, where Miolored Mvs. Totn\ikin:i' yoniv: sr,n. Jim. He will attend I in- u Hnnmii-r camp "f C'lUld-o'isi Mil;- iury Academy. Meetings Mrs. Herman Walpali- yhl :U her htune tri Uu hor.s. Slaliltes Revision Commission. Other members of ihe. group are t\tty. Gen. Guy 13. WillMms, Charlts lo-jW. Nnrloii of Forrest City, Cecil vi.l Nclv.h-1 Warm 1 !- of Fort Smith and Paul ij-»]it's of Texarkana. The MASON Lottons and linens an cosily now- PROPER (HACKING Wilt MAKI THEM1AST FAR LONGER The British rail a 'windscreen." Hardware Mutual Insurance Company of Minnesota •_ large Dividend Ravings - -Low Net Cost Protection • For Service £4«S W. L TAMKE t.' D*Tte Si., T. O. Itffi 431 Ark. To My Friends and Clients: I urn now in biisiiioss for myself with offices in the now lo"atHiii of Deal's Paint Store :it 10'.1 Kast Main Street. Payroll and Income Tax Service Bookkeeping and Secretarial Service LARRY KNEAS Public Accountant and Auditor 109 East Main Street Res. Phone 3715 Office Phone 469 TRAY Selected Shnrl Subjrets CiinLiiiinnis Sln>\viint; I.vcryday Highly poiisi.ctl a:si aluminum v/itli o beautiful bended edge 1.95 Don't bleach the J with uncontrolled bleaches An uiiconirolle'.l blc.ich.iliat varies in sucngili, injy cause j'ou 10 oi'trble.t(b your cottons ami linens. This cvsHlues f.\Viric thtca<ls. 'they we.ikcn anil soon Jrjv one. Tor n festive tnblo ... to enhance that olvso-good look of n juicy roast, slcak or louder fowl. Removable straight Rrnmcd hardwood cculcr, surrounded by praci'ful (jrnvy well, keeps knife sharp... keeps moat \vann. Attrnct\vc C*,»v sowing hors d'oouvrcs, too. It'^ Ni(i<(o for you, if you play host at informal suppers or formal dinners! Thy perfect fj'fr for weddings,, nnnivers.uioii — fur all occasions. You'll want one, too. PAT O'BRYAKT JEWELER Main at Second Phone 3261 with ContrDUed-Action Purcxl Every bottle of Pure* li-is (lie s-ittic stien^th, sinic correct bleaching action. UscJ as dirt-c;cj, Purcx nevtr ovctblc.ichcs. Il proviJes Conrrollcd Action bccjusc it's [iu- rifie*! and ;ubi]t?cd by tlie InlrjTll Process, txthniit witli Puicx. Cottons antl Imens come onl fresh, staiti-ftec an*l snowy. t'.<"y lo use!... no li.inler on iliings ilun ordinary washing. At tdtir £></ttr'i. till CONISOUEO.ACTION 8VEACH aiMTH TO LINENS • THE PU1EX -KAUrr SAW ;'j lilt tfmflt, uiftJ- trii va) 19 a H:litilii;ftitkit{k- tn int.! ftitfjrvovi. Purifies ji'tl an./ ' ' TIOI el f Jtorfh .Ijlaktt lilt Opens Snmlmy 1:00 uMis Shn\vs wilh Ju;in Crawford -'tix NIMVS «V ScliH'U- jinrt Wcdnosdny BuiGKrc 7», HIV- (SKtiS ,'f" Ki'TK KC^iN "^ANDKURBM!

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