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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, JIAUCII 25, 19-16 Zapitol Comment !owland-Hkk s Riles the They Learn American Way of Life '; In « ceremony >est«rday after- oon, a ^o'clock, at the borne; it Re\-»nd, Mrs. E C. \Br 56 We«t Asb. Street, Miss Sari ranees Rowland daughter of Mi nd Mrs. Claude Rowland, became he bride of the Rev. O. C. Hicks f Luxora. The -Rev. Mr. Brown, pastor pf •irst 'Baptist ''Church, read' the oubla rmgVjites" ip t". e prince ,f relatives nneTlnumate friends ol he bride and bridegropm. Forming, a setting! In the living com', !» as en improvised altar of I'hlte floor, 'baskets of gladioli and mi'p' 'dragons 'arranged with' fern. 3 n tlje maiite) .jveve , bouquets of >rida] wreath with greenery. Glow- ng whit e ' candies' in branched Ilpor 'andelabra completed the scene. Miss Leona Miller lighted •' :nndles. • A program' of nuptial music was preserlfed by Mrs. Murray Smart. She played the traditional ''wedding marches and accompanied .M|ss Glenna Rowland, the bride's sls- ler, \vhen she sang, "Because" and "I Love* You Truly. " Miss Rowland is a student at Central College, fto'hway.'" "' Mrs. ; Dorothy Ferguson was hei sifter's matron of honor. She wore a grey suit with black ^accessories and a° corsage' of midget 'blue iris The bride chose a gold suit witl brown- accessories and pinned at her shoulder "a" white purple- throalpd orchid. Gilbert Lynch of Luxora served the Rev. Mr. Hicks as best 1 man- Folleiwlng the wedding, the R«Vand Sirs. Brown entertained with a reception' in the dining room fpr friend* and relatives of the bridal cpuple. Centering- the Uce^' draped table was a ''bowl 'of m lied Spring flowers arid burning white -candles lighted the room. ,'• ,>i . Mrs. Brown was assisted }n serving" by Mrs.' I. R. yanP'alten. Following 'a brief' wedding trip lo'polnts of Tennessee and Mis'sis- sippi/'the Rev. arid" Mri 'Ilicks will return here for a few days. They will then 'go to '• Hirrisbur j. Ark'., to mak e ' their home; while the Rev. Mr! filcks is serving^ as pastor at First -Baptist Church there. • -;- --..-.V '•' ' - • ^ I • J ' i • ; _' I , Needs of"' Children.' Discussed At. Meet ="The Met and T/nrriet Needs of Qur "chUdren-' 'were discussed at the -Woman's Club .Friday afternoon by Mrs. Marvin Crittenden, representative, o£_. th'e _ _Mississlppl County Welfare : Unit: '•'' Also, present was J. L. .Bland Held "supervisor of the State Wel- farej Unit in Li.ttle Rock, who briefly on the plans of the BitsfefiNewsl Mrs. R. I. Haley, who hns l>een mdeigolng treatment lit Blylhevllle Hospital, has Ijeeji removed to hut lome. She is confined lo her l>ed. Mrs. G. S. Barnes, wl)0 was strlck? :;ii 111 Friday night;,- has been removed to a Memphis hospital. Mr. ami Mrs. Wlllinm Morse, o LIUlc Rock, spent the weekend her:, quests of Mr. Morse's parents Mr. and Mrs. Byron Morse. Mrs Morse was formerly Miss. Irene De lony of Little Hock whose marriage to Mr. Morse Feb. 15 was an out standing society event of Little Rock society. ( ' . • . Mr. and Mrs. A. Boyce arid daughter, June, of St. 'Louis, 'are here RB guests of Mrs! Bbyce's father. W, L.' Roper. Mrs. T. B. Lphg und son, Ralph, spcnl the weekend' in Corinth, Miss., as guests of Mrs. Long's mother,' Mrs. A. B. 'Putt. They , German prisoners of war, selected from camps all oyer the country, are being given a final opportunity to learn about American democracy before being relumed to Germany. They learn our history, the meaning and working of our 'Constitution, our two- pariy "system, economic life and other aspects of "the American way." Above, prisoners at Ft. Meaclc, Md., get a history lecture. PTA Board To Meet All members of thp Executive Board of the Junior High School School and Arfcansp^-Stiites Teachers College. Ho how Ms connected went, especially for Mrs. Putt's birthday celebration. Miss Betty Jane Brj'son of Enterprise. Ala., a student at Huht- Ington College, Montgomery, Ala.. Is spending her Spring vacation here as guest of Jlnir.ry Parks, and his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Max Parks. Miss Mary Relchel Is spending a »• days vacation here with her Mr. and Mrs. P. G elchel. from University of Arkan- is, Fayettevllle, where she Is a. BY BOB BRO\VN United Press Staff Correspondent LITTLE ROCK, Ark., Mar. 23 — Gov. Uen Laney thinks he made a wise choice when lie recently appointed II. T. Hnrgls as superlnten dent, oj the Boys' Industrial School n«ar rine liluff. Kargls has new ami enlightened ideas about rehabilitating the boys the 'governor said In a recent press conference, "and I believe he wil do a g"°d job, given a Httlfi time jnd money." lii a reixirL tills meek, Hargis said tliat the school—with 101 in- inale.s seeks to bleak hauius of delinquency, to discover ability in boys and to train them for useful work. lie ' stressed Ills'desire to transform It from a "penal to a training school type" Institution. No employes carry guns, and the mfeftrfalincnl of an inmate by any einployp brings Immediate dismis- mlsal, Harris told the governor. And In return,' Laney said lie Is jolng to siring along with that ype ,,f program. The deadline for payment, of slate ncbme taxes is May 15, says Walter Miixey, flirector of the jncoine. .ax division of the State Revenue Department. lie made the announcement this i-eek because of what he termed (tip general let-down following the closing of filing time —reached during the war, says Ciov. Laney. He suggests that the itate may even increase Its Income through additional profits available in further processing materials produced on farms and In forests and mineral deposits. "Payrolls and profits will do it," the governor sayg. His'sentiments were expressed this week at the public expenditure survey council meeting In Little Rock. Laney pointed to the plant and Industries that have raised the state's income. More than 300 new industries have' b&en established the present: thiings being done by the local unit; to meet needs of children.' toan i- the board meeting, Mrs, R. E. VanHooser, president, said today. Important business matters nr?. lo be discussed during this mcctlni;. she ajded. ' Admitted: Following the board meeting. 2:30 o'clock! there will foe program and business session of the entire organization. ' < t * Jaycees To Entertain The Junior Chamber of Commerce will entertain Wednesday nieiit'wjUi an "open house. 1 ' Quests will 1"? members' wives or dates. Refreshments will be served during the dance Intermission. Makin"g""'vt]> the ''entertainment committee nre "Richard Becker and William Lawshe and dance committee im'embers are Roland Bishop. Joe Bitzpa trick and Marsh&lt Blackarcl OES To Meet Tomorrow The meeting Of the Order of rim Eastern , Star tomorrow night, at the hall, will foe an ini session, it was announce* At The Blylheville •Ilo<ipl{ai She \ftomfed out that some of the greajest needs were medical and explained ways In which the r hea!th situatipn among underprivileged children was being imprpyed. She also discussed juvenile delinquency and its causes, "in the rfirsl > 'place > " 1 8he said, "as has been stated before, it Is not juvenile but parental delinquency." A child [ patterns his life after that of his Hostesses for the aftair \vl!l b liss Cora Lee Colenian, Mrs. H. A Copeland atid Mrs. Marvin Ceil cndcn. parents." "One of the greatest, helps . it meeting the needs of children is the "recreation program here." she I said.; "This helps them to lejirn to . Jive «a useful and purposeful'-life.' Mr. Bland spoke briefly of th youth work planned for the'futur and [pointed "out'-'that it waS'for tunat« .that .there was a count department "Of rpaWic welfare 1 here "There : 'are'"*efy' ferw county units in tne stale," he explained. As. another part of the program vocal selections were presented b •faze/ Matthews Wed 'o Conyyay Resident A. H. Jenkins, city. , Troy Wayne Alley, city. Sue Holmes. Dell. ton !8 h !Mrs L. T. Moore, city. 'Illc.' IDnvid Tyrone, city! Dismissed: Mrs. R. I. Huley, city. Mrs. G. S. Barnes, city. Mrs. Leonard need 'nnd bnb> city. Walls Hospital Admitted: Bess Bcatly. Dell. Freda Lambert. Steelc, Mo. Teddy Lee Weaver, steele, M Gerald Kenosliita, Wilson. Mrs. C. \V. Orady Jr.. Hayti. M Mrs. Ed Lawler. Cooter, Mo, Dismissed: Mrs. J. L. May. city. Mrs. Gus Cooper, Cooler. Mo. Oscar Ocnsoro. Manila. M'vs! W. R'. Moore, city. Mrs. Mnry Southard, city. •William Presiiell. Dell. Memphis Baptist Hospital Admitted: Martha Jackson, O.UTOla. Mrs. W. T. Jordan. BrnBgndocta, Mo. John Crosskuo, city. Admitted: Mrs. Bruce Summer. Ifnyli, Mo. for' federal incomes taxes—March' 15. By tlie end of this month, Arkansas will have collected as much money from the sale of auto licenses as was collected during the entire 12 months of the last fiscal year. "'We are only $40,000 away from last year's total, and'should reach It by April -1." said Walter E. Lokey, assistant commissioner. The fiscal year ends July 1. There Is no reason why Arkan- Udeiit.' ••••'-•- . . sns cannot maintain the high John McGin, student at Uulverr lev(!l °' Income—sonic $1,250,000,000 ty of Arkansas," Fayetleville, spent' lie weekend here with his mother. In Arkansas during the past 13 pr 14 months, he said. Conway, Searcy, Batesvllle, New)ort and Pocahontas are building new shoe factories. Walnut nidge ind Arkadelphia are gullding garment factories. One of the larges nylon hosiery plants in the nallor is under construction at Rogers Out. from Little Rock, a Jl.OflO.OOC plunt for the nianufapture of roofing granules Is rising in the sha dow of granite mountain..capacity of the I'ekin Wood Products Co at Helena Is being doubled. Hey nolds Metal Co. has taken a five- year lease from the federal government on the Hurricane Creek plant—the largest alumina plant in the world. A similar deal has been made for the Jones Mill Aluminum plant. The governor pointed out that the most significant establishments in Arkansas, however, arc not the big industries, but t! 1 -? small ones.. .the canning plants, creameries, cheese plants, dehydrators, quick freeze wl frozen foot! lockers -all estab- ishcd by local people. Farms that once knew but one crop— cotton— low are raising spinach, beans and other garden vegetables for commercial canning. These were the factors that raised the state's income from $600.000,000 in 1S40 to $1,250,000,000 last vear, the governor says. And they" are the factors which the Coming Events TUESDAY Junior High School Parent Teacher Association meeting at the ;chool, 3 o'clock, preceded by an executive board meeting at 2:30 >'clock. Special session or Senior PTA it the home of Mrs. Chester Caldwell, 7:30 o'clock. Business Women's Circle of Calvary Baptist Church meeting with Mrs. Dovle McCain. Tuesday Bridge club guests of Mrs. Doyle Henderson. Mrs. J. Fan-is McCnlla hostess to Double G Club. Mrs. Dale Briggs entertains la Nuevc Club. WEDNESDAY Mrs. Harry Kirby hostess to Wednesday Bridge Club. Town and Countiy Club meet- Ing with Mrs. James B. Clark. Cat 'Finds' Diamond INDIANAPOLIS. (UP) — When P. L. Moscly discovered that a carm- and-a-lmlf diamond was missing from his Masonic ring, a frantic search iviis begun. The family cat was found pliiy- ig with it the next day. Irs. 'John p. McQill and family. ,Sergt. James E. Oanno has re- urned to Seattle, Wash., where he •f" stationed, '-aftftf spendhiK a 30- ay furlough l)ere with his mother, wfrs. J. E.-Ganno, and other rplar ives and. friends. Miss Virginia Williams will leave ' ' ' lo return to Hemlcrson- C., wliere sjie Is a senior governor thinks hold up the 'state's inconie In years to come. TO EASE MISERY OF CHILD'S COLD RUBONUICKS ' TVAPORUB ance Corporation representative for his territory with headquarters in Blylhevlllc. They have taken apartment at SOS West Main. ""Thonias H. Coppnge is attending o business this week in St. Louis for First National Bank. Mrs. J. P. ^fewell and son, .7. P.: Jr., of Memphis, are visiting Mrs. Newcll's mother, Mrs. Leslie Hoop- D. C. Paffortl has gone to Little Rock to attend to Business of First National Bank for several days. Mrs. Pat ford accompanied him. Mrs. T. P. Fox has returned from Memphis where she has been because of Mr. Fox's illness. His condition Is 'unimproved. at Fassltern School, after spcnd- ng her Spring vacation with her in rente, Mr. and Mrs. Sam II Wllliapis, oiyi fanilly. Bob McIIaney is spending a few days Spring vacation with his parents. Mr. and Mrs/John McHancy and family. He Is a student a University of ^rknpsas, Fnyette vilic. ' ' Mrs. Ray Worthinglon under went a tnajor pperation this morn r in'ir al Memi)his Baptist Hospital. With her are_ Mr. Worthingtpn and their dtiiighter, Mrs. Kermon Carl ton. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Dpbspn of S])iinKiield. Mo., have arrived here. . to make their home. Mr. Dobson Aspirin, Hvorlcl's l.argest seller at 10c. is Ilin new General Motors Accep- SavempreoatlielOOtabletbottlo35c. QUALITY WHEN 4 QUALITY CQVNTS ]a asairqd when you buy St. Joseph "Aspirin. Unexcelleii'iii stftftBth — purity and quality. AUvaysdcpcnuablo and economical. Demand St. Joseph Announcement has been nmdc of he marriage of Miss Hazel Matthews of Osceola, to LeRoy .Sunuucr.'K son of Mr. and Mrs. J. L Summers of Conway. The ceremony was performed Saturday. March 16. nt the home of the Rev. E. K.' Sewell, who oilicinted. Mls-i Geraldine Listen of Osceola served as ihe bride's attendant. Mrs. Summers,' daughter of Mrs. W. T. Matthews of Greenbrier. Ark., attended Wooster High School in Faulkner County and Arkansas St Teachers College, Conway. She has taught Home Economics in Arkansas Hlgli schools and was serving as Miss', Rosemary Johnston and Har- j assistant teacher trainer at Arknn- ry Fair. They were accompanied I sas State Teachers College before Meetings B:\iul mothers meeting tomorrow afternoon. '1 o'clork, in the lunch room of the Hiyh School hnilcUug. by Mrs. Russell Farr. Mfs. Russell Barium was in charge of the program;' Decorations in the Woman's Clubhouse carried out the Easter motif jvith' Easter designs and arrangements of Spring flowers. Hostesses for the occasion 'were Mrs.' J. D. Barksdale, Mrs. Charles Newcomb Holland. and Mrs. V: G. going to Little I^ock where con nected with ipr three ' Even in the dnys of ancient Rome there were surgeons who specialized ill removing cuturacts 'rom hunirvn evc.s. The rutabnyn is culled ix "Swctle" in England. War Departme:i Before coming to . Osceola in November as South Mississippi County Home Dcmonstra- tioft agent, she was assistant agent. at Forrest City. The bridegroom received ji dis- cha.rge from the Army in Octobtr after three' and a half years service. lie attended Conway Higii rrvi Ifhe By John Slajner ;; Will be Presented by the Blytheville Choral Society Under the Direction of Mrs. Dallou C. Fowlslon ^ itrs. Murray Smart, Organist : SUNDAY, APRIL 14 at .4 p. rn. in the ; First Baptist Church - " NO ADMISSION CHARGE £ This Adyertisenipnt Sponsored hy I MEADS HELPS BUILD UP RESISTANCE against MONTHLY PAIN It's aA Young Spring for the Stork Set . . . and We Have BEAUTIFUL CLOTHES for Your Bouncing Bqbyl You'll find Everything h; Baby Needs . . . Cute I little 'presses, Organdy Pinafpres, Sox, Bootees, Weale.r Jackets, etc . . . Things Baby will need right through the new season.- Ypu'ye Been Asking For Them I hfow They're Here A Large Stock of Curity Diapers Greeting Cards Adults' and Children's CELLU WIPES Famous Cleansing Tissue MM ft Fhw StMMKWc TMfcl K. piBkhua*! VectUbl* coa- pcund con KOU Ui«o Jmt monthly pain whea caiued by tuniU* ftiBctlonAl monthly dl&turbfncw. It *l>o relieve* ve«i, tired, nernoi. crinky feelings — ot rich daj»— when du* to thli cause. Plnkham'i Compound hu ft toothing effect on obi ot woman's xxiott import&nt organs, Taken thruout the month — Pt&k- bam's Compound helps build up n- •IsUince against such distress. H'i aUo a very cffecUye elomachlp lonio. "" Thwuiris UTM ThMumX •I Girit M< WMM« There sre no op!»tcs In Plnkham'i Compound. It'5 made from Mother Nn- lurc's own wholesome roots and herb* plus VlUmln BI. It HELPS NATUII. Thousands upon thousands of «rom- en have reported remarkable bcneflU. If you suffer like this—wt urge you to give Pinkhim't Compound it fair and iicncsl trial. Buy It »t any drugstore. Ana 1 if Ypg're Expecting . . . We Can Supply Your Layette TH1 TOT SHOP 1 Owned and Operated by MARY JO HALL VCOITAKU COMPOUND For Youf Redcjing Pleasure . A KiiSendid selection of "BEST SR for both adulls and chifdren for available through our new wile LENDING LIBRARY New IHK>^S arc being 'added constantly. Come in and lirowsc around . . . make your own selections. Our rental charge is very modest. BOOK SHOP Frances Boone Owne^l & operated by MRS. FRANCES BQONE .Both Shops-105 So. 2nd St. THE BEAUTY CLINIC Marjaret Deen Smith, Owner | Phone 3274 "Kidney Trouble Is REAL Trouble" remarked a customer, 'put it troubles me less ns I drink the soothing Mountain Valley Mineral Water from Hot Springs, Ark." Let us send a case to you today! MOUNTAIN VALLEY MINERAL WATER from Hot Sprints, Ark. CRpSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP Main & Division, Bljtheville. Ark. A Spring Hat is a Tonic for .Milady! A Now Lamp. A gaily colored Vase — Coffee Table Accessories — Figurines or some rare AiiLk'jucK will give a real lift lo your lioine. It's Smart (o Shop at The Gift Shop MOJ)KI(N Moss - ANTIQUE Bryan 103 E. Main Phone 2254 Radios Repaired Auto - Electric We Pick Up and Delivel Just Received! F/ectric Phonographs With Automatic Record Changer. 12 Ten Inch Records. Ten 32 Inch Records. $49.95 CITY RADIO REPAIR 324 Kust Main Plume 2107 Our THREE Expert Watchmakers ContinnoKi Snow* Every D»y Box Office Opens 1:41 Show Sisris 2:60 LISTEN TO KLCN 12:45 p.m. t:5» Cqn Give You QUICK SERVICE Too Young to Our Watch Repair Department staffed with three Experienced Watchmakers qnd we're ready to giye you Quick Service on Ypyr WATCH REPAIRING. They're familiar with all makes. with Joini Leslie :incl anil UohcrL HiUton Paramount News & Selected Shorls For Prompt Service Bring Your Watch to PAT O'BRYANT JEWELER Main at Second St. Telephone 2308 Where Your Flowers Are—You Are! One call to us will arrange to have your remembrances sent, not just once, but month after month. Ask about this plan. ™sJFLOWER SHOP r.TJ>. Surtcc We Dtltrer Anywhere Fh.Ol Kb*. I. M. (M»e) WlUbuitt, •wntr GkncM Bldf. FOR 5AIE! 16 Ga(. Corrugated Steel Culverts in 16" Lengths with Connecting Hands. They're Lighter than Concrete, Easier Install and Will Last a Lifetime. to CALL OR WRITE— LEE WILSON & CO. Phon« 18 Wilson, Ark. Matinees Sat. & Sun. Only Box Office Opens 6:30; Show Start* 6:45 f. M. Each Kvrninl Opens Sunday 1:M; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. and Son. Bargain Night Every Nlfht Except Saturday. No.pcsan honored *n B»od*T M the Roxy. Last Time Today Barbary Coast Gent with \Vallace Ilccry anil liinnic Barnes Fox News and Selected Short Continuous showinc 1:15 11:00\ Tuesday and Wednesday TlOtUU.F. FKATVIIE A CU Y^> NAMED JOE it uli.ni toft I be ttit lo >Y«{> his «•«» BORIS KARLOFF FOR RENT,... Frozen Food Lockers Equipped to Cure Your Hams, Bacon, Shoulders, Sausage A Complete jVI«at Curing and Storing Service FROZEN FOODS Phone 2602 Main at 21st Street A W»--«r Pro Kl'.t-.e i aicuco conn; i ECKDNO EWiKK i WkDHIEDITE CHOICKHl • WtiilUi Hu_ • «»in 0'nai • ijstra OK Mmw t» mam. twiiz OnSd*

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