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TWO (ARK.) COUHtER NEWS Society Ateuti Jut* Sheiton, Society Editor Phone 4461 Miss Denham To Be Wed In October Ceremony Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Davis of Steele, MiMourl. *r* toaay »nnounelnf the en»»geinent °' ' helr daughter, Miss Imo»ene Denhtm to Fred Byassee of Little Rock, son of Mr. Edward BruM* and the late Mrs. Byassee «« Murray City, Tennessee. Miu Denham is a graduate of Cooler High School and attended Arkuuu State College, Jonesboro, where she was affiliated with Alpha Gamma DelU Sorority serving a: ccrrMpondfnj secretary. For the past year Miss Denham has Uught school at Oak Ridge, Missouri. Mr. Byassee. Is a graduate of Steel* High School and attended Arkansas Stale College. He served two yeara In the Army In the Paei fie Theatre of. Operations. At present h« Is connected with Brown and Root Construction Company in Little Rock. Plans (or an October wedding will b« announced later. • • • Nu Phi Mu Rushees Feted At Model Meeting A Model Meeting of the Zeta Chapter of Nu Phi Mil. junior affiliate of Beta Sigma Phi, was held last niffht at the home of Mrs. LaRue Hammock, advisor for the chapter In compliment to the rushee*. Miss Eloise Yates of Drcifus .Jewelry and Raymond Morton of Ark- Mo Power presented a technicolor film on 1S47 Rogers Brothers silver plate, concerning the sllverplate work, designs and the methods used in making up Ihe various pieces of silverware. In the business session which was presided over by Miss Jane Shei- ton, plans for the final rush party which will be a "Heels and Hose Party." were made. Various committee reports were nude by committee chairmen and officers. [FaTora of tiny pink plastic nut filled cup» tied with blue silk rib<•• bons were presented each guest following the traditional Nu Phi Mu dismissal ritual. Ura. Hammock, assisted by Mrs. Virginia Besharse, served the assorted party foods from the dining table which was centered with a low crystal bowl containing an arrangement of pink rosebuds, the sorority flower. Potted plants arranged throughout the home completed the ibene. Pathfinders Class Meets For Pot Luck Supper -Twenty-five members of the Pathfinders Cla*s met 'last night at monthly social which was a potluck the Tint Methodist Church for the •upper. ' ;" ' ^Following the supper which was served from tables centered with crystal vases holding arrangements of mixed fall flowers and flanked by autumn leaves and candles in autumn hues. Small crystal vases with ether autumn flowers were placed throughout the entertaining rooms. An election of officers was held with the following being selected; president, Wlnford; Wyatt; vice- president, Mrs. Earl Nail; secretary and treasurer, Mrs: J. C. Droke; corresponding secretary, Mrs. Wagner Adams; Reporter, Mrs. Dale Horn; teacher, Mrs. Alex Shelby with Gleen Ladd selected substitute; Sergeant at arms. Toby Long; song leader, Mrs. Charles Wilson assisted by D. C. Neal. Special guests for the affair were the Rev. and Mrs. Rny Bagley. * * • At The Hospitals Itljtherille Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Edwin Xobinson, City. Louis Roburd. City. Robert Purtle, City. Mrs. Lizzie Carnel, City. Walls Hospital Mrs. Ella R. Phillips, City. Mrs. Ben Craie and baby City J W. rjver. City, "ill Brode, City. ENGAGED— Miss Imogene Den- atn of Slecle, Missouri will become the bride ot rred Byassee In »n October ceremony. Beta Sigma Phi Group Meets In Hammock Home Mrs. LaRue Hammock was hostess -j 26 members and three guests, Miss Louise Loweree, field represen- atlve of international office, Kansas City, Mrs. Helen Sleadman and Miss Mary Ellen Crawford, of Tor- rnnce, Calif., honscguest of Mr. and Mrs. w. O. Reeves, of the Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Wednesday afternoon at her home, 1610 Holly. Mrs, Mary Watson and Mrs. Doris Sister were co-hostesses. In the business session which was presided over by Mrs. Barney Crook a report was given by Mrs, Marilyn Davis of the Ways and Means Committee concerning the rush reception. It was announced that the Rainbow Vision Scene would be the theme of the reception. Prospective members were suggested and discussed. A group discussion centering .iround the City Council activities and the responsibility of each chapter, Alpha Alpha and Alpha Delta was held. Plans will be announced later for the Installation banquet Oct. 4 at which time accepted pledges will be imliated. It was announced that all committee members on the reception committee for the rush reception scheduled /or September 29th will be formally dressed, a!) prospective pledges and other members will attend informally. Green potted plants were arranged throughout the entertaining rooms. Following dismissal the hostesses served a dessert course. ' Miss Loweree Hostess To Beta Sigma Phi Council Members of the City Council of Beta Sigma Plil Sorority met Wednesday night at Hotel Noble as guests of Miss Louise Lowrece field representative of the International office, Kansas City, for the (irst meeting since rcorganiza- tion to adopt the revised Constitu- ''onad and make further plans for rush season. In the meeting, which was presided over by Miss Lowerre. Mrs. T. H. Caraway was selected corresponding secretary and Mrs. Frances Gnmmill elected to handle publicity for the Council which Is composed of the two chapters. Alpha Alpha and Alpha Delta. One of the first official acts of Ihe Council will be to assist in sponsoring a rush reception at Hotel Noble September 29 in compliment to the prospective members. The last Indian war in Idaho territory, the Shecpeater war, ended about 10 years ago ' Mrs. Elva Poe Fetes Blytheville Rook Club Mrs. ROM Moore was gu«t with members of Hie Blytheville Rook Club when Mrs. Elva Poe was hostess for the weekly meeting yesterday at her home. Mrs. J. Albert Enderlin won high In the games with Mrs. Moore winning second and Mrs, R. A. Copeland rooko. Fall floral arrangements In antique china and milk glass vases decorted the rooms. Mrs. Poe served a dessert course. • • • Avalon Club Entertained At Max Graham Home Mrs. Gene EHL-5 was hosiers to members of the Avalon Club ytfiter- day afternoon at the home of Mrs. Max Graham. In the sanies Mw. Eddie Ford won high, Mrs. W. J. Cnpples second and Mrs. Bu&s Kettlnger bunco. Giant zinnia. 1 ; and yellow and gold marigolds arranged in tall crystal vases were placed throughout the Graham home. Mrs. Ellis served frosted cokes and c?kc to the members and guest, Mrs. Max Graham. Tenth Birthday Observed With Lawn Party Thursday Gary Hardin observed hU tenth birthday yesterday afternoon with H lawn party at Ihe home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs Allen Hardin. During the afternoon gam«*s were played and* gifts presented to the young- honoree. Following the afternoon's activities the green and white birthday take was served to the guests followed with R hamburger and hot dog supper. j Mrs. Henson Hostess To Thursday Rook Club Mrs. Grover Wren was suest with members of the Thursday Rook Club yesterday when Mrs. Harold Heruson was hostess to the group at her home. The entertaining rooms hi which the games were played were decorated with crystal vases containing copious arrangements of zinnias and marigolds. In the games Mrs. Neville Bl^ke- more won high. Mrs. Grover Wren second and Mrs. Leon Scherer ronkr. •- Mrs. Henson served a, dessert course at the conclusion of the games. GosneH W. S. C. S. Plans For Box Supper Friday I Members of the Oosnell W.S.CJS.' of the Methodist Church met yesterday afternoon with 6 members and two guests, Mrs. F. p. cook and Mrs. Emore Wriilit, tor the meeting held at the home of Mrs. Harold Mcldin. New program outlines were discussed with plans being rnnrte for a box-supper to be held at 8 p.m. Sept.;22 at tile old Hospital building at tKe~alr base behind the Cedars Club.;--— Mrs. Marvin Rast led the dismissal prayer. Mrs. Medlin served refreshments. Bits of News Split on Arms Bill WASHINGTON. Sept. 23. — Senators Fulbright and McCIellan (D-ArtO again split when the Gen- ate passed the S1.3U.OOO.OOO arms aid bill last titeht. Senator Fulbright voted for the measure: Senator McCleilnn was against it. Girl Scouts, Brownies To Register Saturday All Girl Scouts and Brownies will be required to register at First Mcthpdist Church Saturday at 10 a.m., Mrs. Glenn Ladd, president of the Girl Scouts Lone Troop Association of Blylheville, announce! today. Mrs. Ijidd pointed out that all Scouts who currently hold memberships will be required to re-register and that new members wiU be received during the registration. New Brownies • who are of the minimum age of seven years, should be accompanied by their mothers, Mrs. Ladd stated. Brownie and Girl Scout leaders are still needed Tor many troops and registration will be closed Saturday if the. maximum strength is reached, she said. SUNDAY-LAST DAY FOR YOU TO MAIL YOUR ENTRY FOR THE Clothing From Cotton Bags Contest held in connection with Mi« National Cotton Picking Contest Miss Jean O'Brien of Memphis is visiting here as iuest of Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Fisher. Condition of Mrs'. R. L. Wade who has been Quite ill at her home lor several days is unchanged. Mr. and Mrs. Ed PV»ter are In St. Louts with Mrs. Poster's mother, Mrs. Evelyn Wood, who suffered a broken hip and collar bone In a fall Friday. Mrs Wood Is In a critical condition at DePaul Hospital following an operation Wednesday. Condition of Anne Carter, daughter ot Mr. and Mrs, J. E. Carter who ts a polio patient at St. Vincent's Infirmary, Little Rook Is satisfactory. Miss Elva Neal of Cleveland. Ohio, will arrive today to spend several days as guest of Mr, and Mrs, Fletcher Fisher. : Mrs. Joe Warren of St. Louis has returned to her home after visiting 1'cre as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Cole and family. Mrs. W. C. Higginson, Miss Dorothy HigBinson and Miss Jettye Clnir Huffman are spending today in Memphis. They will remain over- i'-ight and return tomorrow. Mrs. John Boatwrlcht and daughter. Miss Betty Boatwright. of Danevtlle, Va,. arrived this moj-n- Ing to visit with their daughter and sister, ,\frs. Charles Affiiclc, Jr. and Mr. Affllck of Steele, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Vance Alexander of Mcmnhls announce the birth of a daughter last nig'-' at Mcmntiis .Vfethodlst Elospllal. Mrs. Alexander is the former Miss Bettv P'vlltos. Her ni"ther. Mrs. Tlussell Pliillins who is with her will return home tonight. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Bvrks have returned from Donton. Texas, whore tliiv motored their daughter. Miss Biffle Sue Rnrks who enrolled as a s^lor at, Texas State Collect fnr Women. En route h^t... M- ,-^ Mrs. Burks visited in Fort Worth Texas. Mrs. 3. E. Caudel of Coilnqton. Tenn.. is visltinc here as c-i'est it her sister. Mrs. leorwrd Smith. Mr. Smith and family. ComllHnn of Mrs. A. D. Morrison of Lilbourn. Mo,, who underwent n major ooeration at Memn'iis Baptist Kosn'tal Monday is fair. Mrs. Morrison for-ierly lived at Armrrel. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Gary have ^turned frnm St. Louis w*"»re they attended the St. Louis - Brooklyn tames. Guy Burks and Prentls Holder have returned lo Ole Miss. University. Miss., to re.vme th'ir st.'irtlr< Joe H'uhes lefl Mcmnhis by Plane Thursday for New York where he will enter a hospital to undergo a mainr operation. Jr-iin T; Phlllins now stationed In Weisbaden. Germany, hns been nromoted to Maior. Ma'^r !>nd Mr* P^IIHns have been in Germany lor a year. NEAT SIDE CLOSING By Sue Burnett Look neal and pretty while you do your housework In this .slimming house dress that boasts a side closing, colorrul ric-rac trim. The handy shaped pocket can be omitted if you prefer. Pattern No. 8516 is a sew-rite perforated pattern for sizes 34., 36. 38, 40, 42, 44, 46 and 48. Sizes 36, 3=1 yards of 35-inch. For this pattern, send 25 cents, In COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER lo Sue Burnett, Courier News, 530 South Wells Street, Chicago 7, 111. The Pall and Winter FASHION Is a complete guide in planning a wearable [all wardrobe. New-excit- ing-informntlve. Free pattern printed inside the book. £5 cents. Osceola News State Asked to C/ose Confederate Home; All Ot Veterans Now Gone LlTTI.F: ROCK, Sent. 33. M>j—A proposal that the state discontinue ooeratine the Arkansas Confederate Soldiers Home will be placed on Governor McMath's de.sk for his action. Howard Gladden, arimmlstratii'e assistant to McMath. made this announcement last nicht. after the institution's Board of Control recommended the house be: dissolved. In its place, the board sujt^ested.- the state should build > sinele convalescent center to care for all the strife's needy persons. The home now houses 45 widows and daughters of Confederate veterans. There are no veterans at the institrtion. Digestive Airt? Wine has an appreciable medicinal value when consumed in reasonable ammmt. Some wines have definite therapeutic use, besides being an aid to digestion. R1TZ THEATRf -BY REFRIGERATION Sunday and Monday 250 in PRIZES You may enter any gnrment or article made entirely from cotton bags. And the winners not only receive rash prizes, but Mie garments will l>« modeled at the CoKon Picking Contest on October 7th. So acl rijrhl now! Write for details and entry blank- to "Clothinjr From Codon Bags Contest, P.O. Box 618, Blytheville. Entries rniisf b« postmarked not later than Sunday, Sept. 25 Sponsored by the Blytheville Junior Chamber of Commerce mm m - m G« • MEOTI DOU ijmiiHfiM mm-mi mm THE GREAT SINNER' Directed b) ROBERT SIOOMAK • Product* by GOTTFRIED REINHAROT A MtTKO.GOt.OWrN.MAnH SHVW ANNIV»RSA»Y HCTUM Scritn Mr, * LXnta F»*n <frf C Paramount Newt and S«ltct«d Short* ContinuoMi Showing Sunday 1:15-11:00 airs. J. H. Lovewell waa hostess with a dessert bridge for four tablet of guest* and members yesterday at her home on Hale Avenue with five guests, Mrs. Charles Sulllger, Mr«, Charles F. Hale, Mrs. Harry Driver, Mrs. Spencer Driver and Mry. Myron Naming, attending the affair. In the (tames Mrs. S. L. Gladish received the club prize, Mrs. Sullinger guest prize and Mrs. H. J. Hale bingo prlM. Till vases and low crystal bowls containing copious arrangements of garden flowers, roses and marigold decorated the entertaining rooms. Loyalty Day Dinner Held At Presbyterian Church The annual !x>aylty Day Conrrre- gaifonal Day Dinner of the First Presbyterian Church was held Wednesday night at the Church with 135 member. 1 ; present. Mrs W. A. Dobyns was in charge of the arangements. The Beginners Department under the direction of Mrs, J. Farris M c Calla and Miss Donna Johnson s»i>-, "J<"us Lives Me." Mr.s. Eddie Salibri directed the Primary and Junior Department.? in several selections. Dinner was served from long ta- ble.s overlaid with white cloths and. centered at Intervals with low crystal vases containing copious arrangements of dahlias entwined with trailing ivy. The hiih school (rio composed of Miss Vivian Taylor. Miss Mary Auten and Miss Mary Jo Eaton presented » selection. Included in the after dinner speeches «-we "Loyally to The Women of The Church" Mi-.». Erwin Jones, "Loyalty To The Choir" L. T. Moore Jr., and "Loyalty In Our Giving" Hcrmon Carlton. The Hev. Han-cy T. KicJd is minister of the congregation. Wets Win in Contest Of Greene County Vote PARAGOULD. Ar':., Sept. 23. (ip, —Greene County "drys" plan to appeal to circuit court a ruling they Jo.st 1 - a comityu Me local option election. Official returns of the March 31 election showed the drys won by margin of 78 over advocates for the legal sale of alcoholic beverages. The wets contested the election. At it hearing yesterday' county Judge Harvel Farrell announced he found 231 illegal votes • st in the election. A recount showed the results as 1.986 votes for legal sate*' 1.069 against. He ruled the wet< won the election. Oeorne M. Duller, attorney representing the drys. said he would appeal to the circuit court. Fire Vs. Blltt I Fire losses in the United States' m 1346 exceeded by almost 25 peri cent the damage done by the Ger- I man incendiary blitz on England during mo and 1941. »} ««tfc HUktt. NEA SUlf Write, Surefire Tests Prove That Your Marriage Is Cemented A marriage Is safely through the* dangerous years when— She can hew him pay another woman a pretty compliment without seeing green. He knows when "Yes, Dear" is the wisest answer. er. ep. 23 r/p, rtin \ i She isn't hurt if he doesn't notice b«n>w f and~g i™ 50 To new dress wjthout a little prompt- than Thursday's Taberag He doesn't have to explain why '° 25, he's 20 minutes late lo dinner. choice 200-250 Ibs 197-; •> She has given up trying to re- mostly 20.00. with few ->oo' Ibs form him rm m. own to 1950- extrVmp fn, He dcesn't mind when she brings 20.35 /or one load; 260-300 Ite the name of an ol 19-75 1- - up the name of an old admirer. <= h - knows when to keep quiet one snows wnen u> Keep quiet "is io.va-18.75: 100-130 II and let him blow off steam at supply M.oo-16.50; K0 ort SfUlle mijior allnnvan/>* Itl5 rjn\ui* trt *n ._ __ He can announce that he's going on a week-end fishing trip without her wondering If he Is tired of her. She no longer worries about the •jnc uu IUIIBCI w vi 1IC3 HUOIU I I1C - ..... '^•• 1 iUlll CUUrri girls in his office. hulls 50 lower: medium He Is resigned- to what seems 15.50-17.50- cutter and to him her unbusini f 13-50-15.00 1.00 htnlier 2700-32.00: com- . .°"4"e f nce e i sSh AWmi Sa 'c g ree S - reilms win Falls. Idaho.'" 15 "^ Mar He is resigned- to what seems '».™-ii.so; cutter to him her unbusinesslike way of '3-50-15.00 vealers handling matters. R°ocl and choice 2700-3200- She tactfully reminds him of Im- mon ailtl medium 15,00-2500 portant dates, such as her birth- — ' day, their wedding anniversary, several days in advance. He doesn't fell hurt if she leaves him for a couple of weeks to go he. me to Moth--. They can quarrel at breakfast and greet each other that evening with sheepish grins that are a signal that each is forgiven and no reconciliation scene needs to be staged. When a marriage finally settles down to this it may not be terribly exciting—but you can pretty sure its going to last a lifetime. Agri Department Asked To Increase Support Price on Cottonseed WASHINGTON. Sept. 23. OT — Rep. Oathings (D-Ark> led a group of 19 congressmen Into a meeting with Agrlculinre Department officials here today to talk over a plan for boosting prices on cottonseed. The lawmakers want to assure farmers a S49.50 return on their cotton seed and are meeting with agriculture department officials to ieek ways to make the government's m-ice support for cotton seed work. The wore), meander, comes from ne winding Meander river of western Asia Minor. Unusiiai Gifl? Distinctive Curlams See Them at the Linen & Curtain Shop Phone g, 5 Il's sensational! Manford'i new "whisper plaid" r casual. .. smartly styled with cuffed sleeves, notched collar and diagonal cuffed hipline. Fashioned of fine quality woven rayon in exquisite muted plaids. Size* 10 to 20. The New York Store NATIONAL STOCKYARDS HI : Sept. 23 r/p, rtiVni \ ii • «. '• ' b ~ ™ no -250 and 180-190 Ibs 19."od-~i 100-130 Ibs' ln"ligl')1 n » 40 ° n'en' Continuous Shows Bo* Office Opens 1:45 Show Slarts 2:00 K:00 a.m. 1^:45 p.m 4:30 o LISTEN' TO KLCN Last Tims Today Once More, My Darling with Roberl MuntcomrrT and Ann Blyth Paramount News & Short Continuous Shnwing Kver.r Day Saturday Stampede * with Joan Leslie and James Craig Serial "Batman and Robin" No. IS and Short Cont. SJionfus: Sal. K:3t-ll:3l Office Opens S:45 Show Starts 7:WI Opens Sunday 1:UO; Slarts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sal. & Sun. Bargain Nieht Every Night Except Saturday No passes honored im Sundaj at Roxy Theatre Last Time Tonight Command Decision wilh Cl;irk Onhle ami Jnhn Ilndiak Selected Short Subjects .\ Scrhil "Rockctmcn" No. 6 and Shnrt t.untinumis Shnwnii. Sal l:i::w-lj:3« Sunday & Monday ntnt M*>I> MARSHALL-CRISP JOE PALOOKf r* WINNER TAKE Air c

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