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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COUK1ER NEWS WEDNESDAY, JUNE IS, 19-17 Emily Wixson, Society Editor Phone -161 Miss Roe £ntertairis In Honor of Bride-to-be Miss Mary Sue Roe entertained last nlBht with a dessert Ifridga In compliment to Miss Lynn Jackson, bijde-e'ect of Joseph William Me- Hal^ey, at the Roc home OH C)Uck- Avenue. The four tables of guests Included ' tb«, ijuest of honor's houseguesl. ^Mtss Eirt'.ly • Berry of Kansas City. • who'will be her maid of honor. 1 Pink, green and while shade? were used in the color scheme, carried out by bouquets of sweet)i«»s and other garden flowers. In evening games, Mrs. W. C. IHe- glnson won 'lil&li score prize and bridge prize went to Mrs. T. Caraway. Miss Jackson was presented Bill. • • * . . • Mary Frances Fields Bride of Joe W. Coker JI. Announcement was made to day by Mr. and Mrs. J. W Fields of Blytheville of the .marriage o their daughter, Miss Mary Fran. ccs ' Fields of BlylheviUe. am Memphis, to Joe W. Coker o Mr-niphis and New Albany. Miss. The wedding, which I'DS beei kept secret, was solemnized MJ 5 in Marion by the :Kev. A. Vin son ami Mrs. Ooker will make home hi Memphis, where are connected with Ken- Genera] . Hospital. Coker was j;raditstert Ir6m Blylhevillc High* school and a nursing school In Memphis H$ Girls Speak To Auxiliary At Program Meet Representatives to Hie annual iris' Stale In Little Rock were guests last night ul the Aiiier:c'.ui :>eglon Auxiliary meeting at Hut. Mrs. Marvin Lane, president. and Mrs. C. S. Hn«B''tt were hOi- esscs. TJie five girls, who were sponsored by the Auxiliary Olub, notary Club and Club, were Marion Mayes, Billle Jane uodgcrs, Ann Calhev, DH-- olliy Linn and Peggy ViinWinkl Each spoke briefly, tcll'.iic hlglillghts of Girls' State week These included Miss Willie H Unvson, formerly of- Blythevill and foviucr Arkansas Kducatioi Assoclalloo secretary, who spoke Ihe girls, and a program of pii music presented by VViHInn Hacker, president of Ai'knnun Symphonic Orchestra p..isucl'itio: They also sixike of the nddres. made to .them by Gov.'rno: lie; Ijiney when they look represent atlves and senators jilactrs for day and the reception honori", Olrls' Stale officers at whioli Mr! l.aney was hostess. la a business session followin the program, n nominating con Bits of News Mr, and Mrs. W. W. Hrynnl Jr. lave us their honsctiiu'st,, Mrf. '.ryanl's mother, Mrs. A. K. Unl- ard of Madison, W. Va. Mary I>.in Miitlluws of llobhi- iraiidparenls, Mr. nnil Mrs. 11. M. Matthews, fpr u week. Mr. and Mrs. J. 1>. friMii hive as their houseguesl Mrs. Fricnd'.i mother and sister, Mrs. W. H. Brown and Mrs, Melvin K. Oihbs nul sen, William, ol l.ufkln, Texas. Mrs. E. n. Woodsfen and dainjhtcrs, MlW-s IJi'tly a»<l Jujla Ann VVtiotl- Eon, : Mrs. Charles I'enn and son, Charles Jr., and Mrs. Ernest Hoe will Eo tomorrow to Lake Vihtuje to tpjcnd u v;cuk with friends urn; ve- lallces. . 1X . , and Mrs. Tarrls MiCMl.a me- 1 Dismissed: At The Hospital* BI.VTHKVH.I.K ilOSl'ITAI, WALLS Admltled: Roseniarie Alexander, Steclc, Mo, Mrs. I.onnle White, Sti-olc. Wayne Tluimpson, Curulliersvllle Mo. •Mrs, Jlincr Mills, Steele. . Marshal! aenlry, city, •Mrs. U K. Holt, Manila. Mis. IXlsur •Boruin, clly. plsinissed: Mrs, S. H. ncbstock, Armore). Mrs, riilbcrl Ilruy/ii anil hair, SWfle. Churlcs Wfilden, (felenri. J'utsy Kuy Costlier, Manila, Births: Born lo Mr. and Mr.-;. Chnrb; T.anjjslon, city, a daughter ye;lcr-; day. -I Born lo Mr. and Mrs. Kdkion Kre:-h, clly, n' son yostcrdfiy. I Born I:-, licv. iind Mrs. R. C.' Pore. Huffman, n son lasl night. Born lo 'Mr. nnil Mrs. Carl Dnn- ran, city, a s°n this morning. Dismissed: li. E. Champion, Canithersvlllo, Mrs. M. I,. Padgett and baby. Porlngcvllln. Mrs. T. I,. Edwards aiul baby, Manila. nick nnvls. Roule 3. cilv. Kenny Davis. Route 3. oily. Clrover Whittle, -Huute 1. city. Mrs. John MrHufloy, noute 3 city. IIATTIRT HOSPITAL, MEMPHIS Bridge Party Given To Honor bride-elect Btythevitle Medic Student To Get Degree Monday Mr. their boti nedy mlttcc for ne.xl yenr'.s officers wei .selected. Committee nicmbc:s named were Mrs. lingfc,Ml, Mrs. J. M. Cleveland and Mrs. Ben Chine, officers will !ie elected i-.t the next meeting. Refreshments were served. La Nueye Clvib Guests OfiMi's. Melvin Halsell Mrs. M«lvl» Halsell enleiuimed members of Iji Nueve Bridge club last night Bud four other ,;uests. Mrs Hugh Whitsilt. Mrs. K. M. Ten? Jr.. Mrs. Russell Fan- and Mrs'. Cecil Branson. Airs. Whitsitt, won hi|;h and Mrs. Betty Thomis. second In bridge games. lArs. Ben Jfac White became n new member. The club will meet every other week through the Sum- j mef months. Attractive arrangements of hy- drtfngeas, gardenias and mixrd Summer flowers were used In ert- terialning ropms. A dessert course was served Auxiliary Enlcrtaiuecl Wilh Supper, Program 'Auxiliary Entertained Hpt Mi' tored to Memphis yesl onlay to niet-l Mrs. McCalla's cousin, Ms'-;. Herhi'iV Davis of Ellwuucl City, Pa., who \viil spend a wcejt with lii.'iii. Mrs. 11. Ci. Parllov,' has returned hoini! from Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. 11. R. Campbell und . family have i'ctunu.'d Irom a iv.'o j weeks buying trip lo N.':w York City and » visit will) frie Hnrbor. They re-timr.-d and Nlattura Pulls. Mrs. C. L. Tiininons of St. Peter. Minn., Is lu're to tie with .'icr brother, Dr. .1. M. Walls, who has been seriously ill. His condition was Improved today. She and her children, 'Ann and Dunne, are hoiiseuuesls of (mother hrothei lici 1 ?, H. C. Walls .and Mr;;. Walls. By Church Congregatio Members of the Young Woman's M : T/»arhrv Honored Aiixillsry 'of Calvary Baptist Cliuivii 11" „, lt - c | ul ^ > ' luno1 V" I were entertained Monday night with a fried chicken supper by Miss Ka- niolla Jernluan. I Following the supper, p. program 'on racial problems was presented Oy Miss I.uclndu Cole, assisted by Miss . Vnnnye Whltely, Miss Atkins. Miss I Jean Norman. Miss Mary Artier. Peeples. Mrs. Mildred Trail ami Miss , Evelyn Tomliii. The 14 present Included a new i member. Miss pceules. and a guest, ivirs. Bculah Lloyd, Mrs. II. A. 'Hnbhavd, rlly. Vliss Hudson Hostess With Luncheon Shower Miss Katharine llu<lr<;i t-nl^rtniii- ed yesterday ul l»;r l.ouu* ;il 90IJ Chickasawba Ave., with :i hmcru-un nnil linen shower <:<>:ii|>llnu>uttii,; riS Cnrolyo Nelle it!iade> of O:<- ceola. hridc-eleel of James Mitchell. •Guest:; were l',i of Mi:;s Rhode::' Osewjlu friends, anil i special gue.-.t was tin; bridf-cluci s nioUicr. Mir.. Joe Hliudes Si'. She arid (he E;ih^,t, of honor were iireseiil^d Ciinmiun OiClLOt.A, June JB-Miss Eli'/a- icth IMIIoiiu and Mrs. John Allen vere h<jslc.s.';e':> to five tables ol nidge a"<-'st.s when they entcrtain- d iit the home of Miss Balloitc n honor of Miss Carolyn KeT> Rhodes, v, hose marriage to James K. Mitchell will take place next 'iatniday. In bridge games. Miss June /ihoads welborn was winner of biyh . s core pri//?, Mrs. Phil JJnr'iS held second liiijh and Mr.s. J. A. I'l^f!. low. 'Ihe liiiistof honor was presents.I fiiicr in her ].:tlfrrn by the lios- I I'SKr-s. A i;iidul theme of pink «•!'! v/hiu^ \\ : u A carried oul iu Hie talie; Mill the ieetl course served. ! ArraiiKcmcnls of Kweetpeus and i.i::.lurlhi!ii:i ill V'ow buwls decorat- oil enter!ained rotjms thiMUgluml. Mrs. I'lill Harks of Bedford, V.i,. ;jt:d -Mrs. Thomas Berry of Tusc-.i- luiifii, Ala., weiv out of town Riiesls. Newcomer Is Honored With Ocsaert Bridge Julia .Swint, who recentlv moved hi. tv '.vilh lier parents. Mr. :in f l Mr::. VI. U. Stt'illk, from O:ik l?i(lB'-'. 'J t-tin., was ,c()Ui|,liincnte<l Mantlay; nlli-rnnon '.then He-It v Iloll-.ind en-' I jiitinetl with a dessert brid'i^ tiarty al llu: lioine of hc-r mother, Mrs. A. li. Holland, Slfi West A;il Tlie three tables of quests in- chidi-d Mli'v U:m Matthews of !!;>:;- tn-.oliville, Miss., \vho is the honse- vu-.st of lu-r !',riiiui];arents, Mr. ::lid«Ml'.s. li. Ai. Mutthcsvs. Whi'n tlie jjroiip played bridge, hit:)> score prl7.:> went to Susie Crallon. Jem Dedman ar^sisted Hie hos- William Hal Morse, son of Mr. and Mrs, Uyron Morse. ll(i ,'iist Kentucky' Ave., will Coclor of Medicine University of Arkansas School of Medicine in commencement ex- Qsceofa Legionnaires To Nominate Officers erelr.es Monday in Littlj Rock. His parents will KO to I,htl? Rock Saturday for commencement activities before attending lh? exercises Monday. Mr. Morse will asstimo duties as an interne July 1 at St. Mary's Hospital in Minneapolis, Mint). J-fe and Mrs. Morse will accompany his parents back here lor n vHl the remainder of June. Mr, Morse received his l premedical .schooling al the University of Aryans::::. P.iyiltovllle. Us. a t'favy veteran. OSCEOLA, June -18. — Members of the Mack Grider I'osc ISO of receive his the American Legion, will me?i at from the Legion Hut tonight for tlie purpose of nomhiatiiM officers to be elected July 2, Fred Taylor, commander, announced lod.iy. CARD OP THANKS We wish to express our sincere appreciation to all our friends, and neighbors >,iho have 'been so kind and thoughtful during our iVcnl misfortune of having our home destroyed uy lire. Mr. iiiul Mrs. Dallas M'tchoU For Your' Children's Summer SunsuJts Visit The TOT SHQfe Osccola News Mr. and .Mrs. F.lllott Sarlain had as weekend quests Mrs. .Sartain's mother, Mrs. ,s. !'. llardin of Brookland, ami her sisier, iMn. C. L. Murphy and yoiini; daunhicr. nutty, of Memphis. Mrs. ,J. I,. Glatcoe and Mr:;. E. S. fihippen have ifilurr.ed from a weeks visit in [/ike Geneva. Wise. 1 Mi.s. l-:d Simmons and children ' K'K Tnc.«iay to spfnd several days witli rehiiiyes in Friendship, Twin. I Mrs. I 1 . J. Semmes has a.; her 1 giiL'.s:.-i this '.icek her smis. Mr. J. M. I Semmes ami Mrs. Homines of Baton lloiigi:. La., and r, J. Semmts of Whilin;;, Ind , and granddiiUBhltr:;. Mrs. Thomas Berry of Toiscaloosa. A!.v. and Mis.s Mary Ell/.abctli Sein- j mi's of Memjjhis. I Mrs. Roberl nines, who has been iiouscguest of her sister, Mrs. Searcy Mears, tlie past t'.vo weeks, kft Tuesday lor Buoneville. Mr. and Mrs. Mears accomnanied her to Memphis. Collie Lowrnnce, E<1 WUIiamr, and Snow Wilson left Tuesday for North Carolina to attend camp tor iwo months. Their parents accompanied them to Memphis. ; Miss HICK Henderson left by pln'.ie 'yesterday lor Pittsburgh, IV, where .she will be met by Miss Grace Johi'.son of Mew Castle, ]'a. They wi.i spend lwo"~wceks at a hunting lodge. Miss Henderson anil Miss Johnson are classmales in smart Hall, Stunton, Va. BEWARE OF PIN-WORMS Medical reports reveal t>iat nn aniaiinir nuoiU-T of children and adults are victims of Fin-Wflrms. Watch for the warnlnir signs, especially the embarrassini;, iiayuinK rectal itch* After centuries of I'iii-Worm diatreaa & leally tlTeclive way to deal \vith them has W,i Odtabli-li,-,] through JAYNE'S P-W. the nt-w Pin-Worm treatmt>nL developed in the laboratories of Dr. I). Jayne & Son. The small, easy-to-lnke f-W tutlcti KLVO *alisfacticia or your laoiiey back- Ko why take cliancca on I'tu-Worma t If you stia- X>e*:t tbia u;rly infection, aak your dru^Ut for P-W MnJ fotluw thi> Jin'-liii.Mi. It'o eftay to rememl.tr; P-W for Pin-Wurma I . Cnl flowers aocciUjd dt-t'orali-d the lianu 1 . by Business; For Program, Sotial The Business Wotnen's Circle Eight of First Baptist Church mcl Monday night at the home of Mrs. Vesta Roweu.' Olher than '< Ihe nine members present were two euesis, Mr?. Ted Kiug and '.MLss Venls DavU. Opcninf! • prayer was given by Mrs. VI. J. Rogers. Mrs'. B. W- Wont.- nn-gave the devotional and Mrs. Charles Evans taught mission study. The meeting was closed w'Ui f- praycr by Mrs. I. R. VanPatten. Refreshments were served. • • '" » Mrs. Guard Hostess To Tri-Tovvn Meml>ers Mrs. Clouse Hostess Witli Aflernoou Piirty Mrs. John Clouse Rtiterlijinci, Avalon Club yesterday iitlornooi B'ti her home on Cleur Ltike noad. •JJigh score prize went lo Mrs. Hiviiiond Chaniblln, buneo lo Mr» 11% P. Halford and Mrs. Hnskell won low. Mrs. Mildred' Trail, director o! music al Calvury Baptist church toi Ihi! past year who left todny foi Clilcnyo in sillily Hits Smniner al Iciigo C'onsevvatorp o[ 'Muskr. w.is honored lust nic.ht by members of Ihe church with a .social nt the chnrch. The K''0up Joined In conRreg.i- tionnl singiiiR and e. music pro- Krnm included duets and (|\t-ivtettfis. R.efreshmenU of lemonade anil cookies were 1 served on the churcli lawn. The p.uest of honor was presented gifts. 'Following completion of her Summer similes. Mrs. Trail will resume work at Ihe church and in delte. Dell. Armorel and Number 1 Nine schools. Y Activities fcaturn Giimes, Arts and Crafts Gamp.", and arto mid criifUs m'<- fiialmej in the acllvitie^ of lln- Hlytlicvtlle Y phtyuroiiml at Walker Park. The dally playisronnil is n(>w olficially open, llarbara Ciilli^nni ]iliiyf;roiuul diri j t;to\', announced today. 1'luy Hours ni'c from 8:30 im- til 11:30 a in. Those in the^ first through tlu 1 third (irnde have been asked to it- tend on Monday. Wednesday an'l Friday, and the fourth through sixth grade [;roups t(j altciul or. Tuesday. Thursday, ami Saturday. AnifiiiK tlie fames .supervised n.rfl horseshoes, softball, badtji^iitoii; iiiit^ (jther •.-povtn. 1 Thor.e waltin: simie ijther •.-povtn. Thor.e 'Bur- ; swimmin),' Ics^lons 'may ptite. Miss uullison said. i OsceoJatis Attend Rites • I arty Given \ For t h c Rcv . c. £. Welch. ; talttd course e served as he house wai ow. ,-, rv 1 I /^ r- and =jld thinks t'Of UOllblc LiS, (jllCSts refreshments. refreshments. decoi'i'.U'fl wlih The Tri-Town Bridge Club met yesterday at the home pf M.S. James C. Guard. ' Mrs. Gene Teaford \vbn llrst and Mrs. Russell Ptirr >\oii second in 'arternoon gnmes. Arrangements of hydroiiesus I'.ntl other Summer flowers ctccomied enTerla : n!ng rooms, Refreshments of Iced rliinko and cafce were served. joiiquets of hydrangeas an.! mixed Summer flowers. 3 IVji's. Old Entertains Mrs. L. E. Old was hosic.;; yesterday lo tlie Tuesday Bridge Club at her home on M:iui street. A guest othnr thnn t'no ,'iicm- hers of Ihe club was ?J.rs. Mom'oi- Crane. HiKh score bridge pri/e went to -Mrs. Lloyd Stlcianr.-.i i-.nd ^rrs. Old won .second Uli?ti. Hydraugens »i>d :>ilxe-d .Summer flowers decorated Ihi! home. Icetl drinks were served. Business Women Meet With Mrs. Vesta Rowen Mrs. Thnil Nlool eiue'itained Ihe Double G Bridge Club jestenlay af- Among those from Osceoia went lo Mcmulu.s Knturday a noon for luneiai services of the tcrnoon nt her home* on Walnut! R ''v. C. E. Welch were Mr. and Mr,\ Street. I A. J. Florida. George Florida. 1-II-, Guests other than ,ncmbr-r.> were'' linn H. Ayies, Mr. and Mrs. n 1!. Mr:;. Herbert Davis, liniisc'-'iiesl. of .lours. Mrs. -Lillian VVellliorn. Mrs. Mi-, and Mrs. Furris Mi.Call>. .MIE. baker Wllnon. 'Mrs. Hn:n,o>i '1'ny'i;, Mrs. Vernon Tlioma:^.ni aiul NJrs. Toby LOUR. i\ gift wns nrosenti'.l fLASHCS? ! Women la your r 40'«'—this great medicine is famous to relieve hoi flashes, nervous tension—when due to the functional 'inlckllD-p.ee' period |«cu^ liar to women. Worth trylnyt Dr. Edna Nies was hostess last night to members of the Buslnes Women's Circle of First Uaptlsl Church nnd two other quests, •Hilton Stevenson and Mrs. C. L Timmons of SI. Peter. Minn, housegucsl of Mr. mid Mrs. K. C Walls. Dr. Nies had charge of the devotional and Mrs. Herman Sliep- partl taught the iasl two eluioters of the mission study book. "ShlnliiG Like the Stars." Refreshments were served and tlie meeting was concluded willi prayer. i lO Ml'E. Davis. High nmong the KU,V>I.? went lo Mrs. Harmon Taylor. IfUih among members went to Miss Frances I.It- tie, and second high to Mrs. Nkol. Cold drinks were scivcii dii-lni; the. evening am! a de'.s-*r: followed gamer- Bouquets of Bummer garden llow- fr.s weve arranged itL/nclive)y In the home for Ihe occasion. Patton Son Named The son born lo Mr. and Mrs W D. Patton of clovis, N. Mex . June 10 In a lilovls hospital, lias been named William Lurry. Mrs. Patton Is the former Miss Slella Evans of nlythcville. William tjirry is their first child. W. C. Mason. Miss Emily Mar.oll, Mrs. J. L. Williams, and Mrs. Frank Williams. Others from Norlhrast Arkansas Included Mr. and Mi's. S:\iu Williams of Blylhevllle. Mr. anil Mrs. .J. B Strickland, ilrs Osrur n^rksdale and Mrs. A. C. Bennett of West Memphis. Coming Events THUnSDAY Mrs. l.oy Welch hostess lo ' (cite Club, 2 o'clock. Gay G.irrif;an will be hostess lo members of the Junior Miu", Club. Mrs. J. C. Pra7.ier will enlcrtaii GNB Club. fiUhfinder's Class of First Mc'.i'O- dist Church meeting al the churcli 7:30 p.m. for social. FUIDAV Mrs Londennii' TVuvler hostess to cue Club. RUG CLEANING! A NEWER, BETTER SERVICE BY PEERLESS! Gives Blyfheville HOUSEWIVES The Cleaning They Want! GUARANTEED! ^- Prompt Service •k Complete Resiling -k Low Cost if Belter Work No need lo send 'those ru l!ir: clcniung -Iticy nucd . an for inunediutc and Vou'll find (hal \vc (lo gn out of l:o\vn for . t . sond them to exiicil uUcntion. Ijcllor ivork inrtcli aioiv economically. And, loo, yoti'll ciis- -ovev new lit'u in those old rugs Ihvoutrh E'ltOHER CIJrANING. // You Live Out of Town: J vour rugrt.vhx Railway Express ov J • ^ri-ij,')il to l-'EliKLESS 'er.KANRUS.. ; i lilylhuville, ArkaiiHiis. We'll clean those • i :ugs til low-cost rales and have lliem i i back in a jiffy. \Ve t'n J/iienl, loo! o'j roship- J SSCLEA 416 So. Fronklin St. Phone 2433 H.ubbard Hardware Co. WwtMqin Phone 2015 WHAT DOES YOUR MIRROR SAY? 1. lively! I,ot u rlo! F|>cnil UK swrop coifl'iiro You'll our ,'~lio)'. rvoryoiu 1 . give you a face-ninlohini/ haiv- snninicr cool with ;i gi:»(ln up- Ilia) will hrinjj cniniilimcnls lYoni find just .the style you want SPECIAL! Reg. 5,50 Machine Waves Cold Waves - - - - l.tt a Singer ex- jK'it put your machine in first class ninninfj order. Reasonable diari'.cs. Hctim.uc furnished in aiKaiice. SINGER SEWING CENTER •114 W. Main SI. Co'nUruiotis Shows Kvt-vy Day Jfox Office' Opens 1 : Show Shirts 2:(lfl LISTEN TO Kl.CN 8:00 a.m. 12:ir> p.m 4:3 p.m. Time Todajr Return of Monte Cristo \villi Louis II;iy\vii(I and Selected Sl^ort Subjects tiiuiuus Sliuwiiiig Kveryday Thursday anri Friday - only $3.50 - $7.50 up I'aramoniit News am! Selecti-d Short Subjects Continuous Showing liverjrtlay I!ox Office Opens :il Show Starts 7:IT> :03 p.m. p.m. Opens Sunday 1:30: ''HN I: 1S Cunlinunus Shows Sat. Lind Sun. Bargain Night Kvtvv Night Except Saluril:iy Nn passes Eioiiorcd on Sunday at (he Kosy Today * * BEAUTY FORM REDUCING ELKCTRIC VIBRATOR MASSAGE TURKISH BATHS Boston Blcsckie and the Low ttilli C'hestrr Morris ami Tmilv Marsluill Susie Steps Out with David llrure WE FEATURE HOUSE OF SHAW COSMETICS MTIE'S BEAUTY SHOP 313 N. 2nd St.—Gussic Bean, Mgr. Phone 3302 Selccttrt Shorl Sublets

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