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BLVTHEVILLB (ABK.) COURIER NEW8 WEDNESDAY, JULY Miss tittle Announces Wedding Date; To Marry Memphian Here August I Mr. Bearden M s-s Little will be given inmar-. iMue by Hei lather Mis Robert A. I'oftei, the former Miss Maltha Ann I.\nch, will be her matron of honor. Mr Bell's brother, William F. Bel! also of Memphis, will serve as best man. Tapei'S will be lighted by M ss I Itllc's cousins. Miss Nancy Little of Memphis and Miss Ann Gainer of Greenwood, Miss. Nuptial music will' be .presented bv the bride-elect's aunt. Mrs. J. K. Garner of Greenwood, as organist, and Miss Jane McAdams, vocalist Miss : Little will honor four other friends by. Having them P^" 6 "^ wedding parly to the altar, alley are Mrs. Spencer Alexander, the former Miss Mary Elizabeth Borum: Miss Jane Branson, Mrs. Leonard Oldham the former Miss Virginia Martin, and Mrs. Wallace Hoke Ihc lormer Miss Mildred Lou Hubhard A reception will be given follow- in" the ceremony by Mr. and Mr* Little at their home, 919 West Mnir. St for members of the families and their rhost inlimate friends. Many affairs will be given in Ihe -two weeks before the wedding. Mrs John Ben Bomar of Tnsca- loosa. Ala., and Mrs. Joe P. Pride Jr.. will entertain 1C guests tonight at the home of Mrs. Bomar's parents Dr arid Mrs. L. H. Moore. A luncheon will be given tomorrow by Mrs Freeman Robinson at her home. A morning party Is arranged for Saturday,, when Mrs. James C. Guarc will bs hostess at her home. Miss Little and her Oance will b complimented Sunday night when | Mr and Mrs, William H. Young,! Mr and Mrs. Sanford Shelton and I Mr and Mrs. Elbert Huffman entertain with a supper party. Mrs! Wallace Hoke, and Miss Jane Branson are planning a dessert bridge party Monday night at the home' of Miss Braiison's parents. Mr. and Mrs. U. S.,Branson. Mrs Spencer Alexander and her molher, Mrs. Edgar Borum, will entertain with a bridge luncheon Wednesday, July 23, : at the Borum home. Mrs. J. Farris McCalla and Mrs Thad Nicol have planned a bridge' luncheon for Thursday, July •>•! at'the McCaltn home. A dessert bridge Is to be Riven Friday night. July 25. by Mrs. Sanford Boone and Miss Frances Mc- Haiiey at the home'of. Miss Mc- Hnney's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John C McHaney. A picnic supper is planned by Mr. nnd Mrs. Waller Dny for Miss Little; and Mr. Bell Dessert Bridge Given For Miss Frances Little Gladioli In white nnd varied pink Methodist Women Meet At H. E. LaShot Home The Woman's Society of Chris- linn Service of Hike Street Methodist Church met at the home of Mrs H E. .L'jShol Monday with Mrs. O. *!. .Baxter '35 co-hostess. , Mrs. George M. Slihvell . chairman for the program. Whlci entiVed "Youth Stewardship . She was assisted Ijy Mrs. George Crews. Mis.» iverson Morris, MIS. A 1, Rrsigan, Mrs. C. T. Sham- Hn ii'iid Mrs. W. !». Mayo. Following i'he iirogram .. they had t.ielr regular business session. A sandwich ptate and iced '.Irinks were nerved during til Mr and Mrs. Voile Weavers of Houston, Miss., have arrived to spend a week with Mrs. Weaver's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Morath and family. Mrs. E. G. Snipes and son, Tip, of West Monroe, La., have returned home lifter visiting w|lh her mother, Mrs. II. L. Chambers. Mrs. Emma M. Burney left this Betty Branch Honored At E. B. Chiles Home OSCEOLA, July 16.—Mrs. K. B. Chiles of Pecan Point entertained at her home yesterday afternoon with a linen shower complimenting Miss Bolly Branch of Pecan Point, bride-elect of Ector. Ralph Johnson Jr., of Little Hock| The 34 guests were entertained In a selling of mixed Summer flowers. An unusually attractive arrangement of while carnations, feverfew and gypsophila In a silver bowl centered the lace-draped refreshment table. Elfecllvcly carrying out a pink and white color scheme were the pink and white satin ribbons which Lightweight Tractor Will Be Demonstrated Court Ready to Dismiss Four Anti-Violence Cases The public hus been invited by the Delln Implement Company to attend two demonstrations of new, lightweight tractor nl Ihe Herman Mathews faun near ,Yar- «ro. The first of the demonstrations of Ihe four-cylinder machine will be held tomorrow afternoon at 1:30; the second will taxe piace Friday at 9:00 a. m. Known as the "Cub" the tractor will demonstrate Its use with disk harrows .and cultivators. LITTLE ROCK Ark., July 10- iUP)—Dismissal of charges of violating Arkansas' aiiU-vkoicnce law pending ugalnsl four former Little Reck cab drivers ,wos predicted yesterday by Circuit Judge Guf Fulk. The Judge said that the charge: 11 bo dropped at the end of the esent circuit court .term,, """'' >ly in September. The four g charges are J. B. McKinney. ack Jenkins, Howard Wells ouglass Gobi). . . mornliig for an extended visit with e susl)cn(lc d from a crystal ehaii- her son, Rev. George. H lounwllle, N. V. ' Miss Helinu Johnscn ivlnrgery Robinson left . Frenchman's Bayou, where they will , with Miss Robinson's sister, so. cial hour. shades with other effectively nr- rinited mixed garden (lowers formed . n "citing of summer beauty ycster-1 Son Born to Kltkliers day aflcriioon nt the Robert Pierce home in heachville when Mrs. Pierce nnd her mother, Mrs. A. E. Robinson ciilei-tnlncd-. 10 guests, in compliment to Miss Fiances L Itle bride-elect of Ban Hughes Bell of Memphis. Flowers carried out the color scheme of pinl: and white also used in oilier decorations. Centering the A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kilkiier Monday In Klein, 111. He hus been named Kcnnelh Kim 1 They have one oilier child. llccky two. Mrs. KHkiii'r Is Ihe former Miss Sally Cnvushere of Blylheville. white, pink and gold. The individual cakes were in white with pink rosebuds and bridal lal- les were also in thoss; colors. A imUiue feature of the event was a recording of "For You Who Say Do," played curly In ihe niter- noon nnd Inter presented to the bride-lo-he. Miss Little also was presented a round serving tray by her hostesses. In bridge Raines, Mrs. Oscar Fcnd- icr won the hli;h score prize, a bon- visit ...v Mrs George Hammock and Mr. Hammock. They plan to attend the MOAT in Memphis Iwforc returning home. Maureen Norrls. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F. Morris, Is spend- in)! a week, in Birmingham, Ala., as guest of Miss Mary Agnes Hagerty, n former classmate of Maureen's (it St Cecilia Academy, Nashville. < Mr und Mrs. G. H. Morgan unij son Ronnie of St. -Louis, spent the weekend here with Mr. Morgan's sister Mrs. OUio Stanfield. and liunilv The Stnnfields ihave as their" guest also Mrs. Henry Mori nf Oirulhersvillc. Mo., mother of Mrs. Slanficld. Mr. nnd Mrs. E, L. Jackson ol Orlando.. Ka.,. arrived yesterday lo spend this week with Mr. and Mrs. •Parties complimenting Miss Hel- H. G. .Parllow and family : en Jane Beckclhiemer cf Fayete-| , Ml - s . J. c. While' and • daughter vl'le ' W Vi I'ousegucst of Miss M lss Miirylou White, of Moml- Vlri£in!a'willia.-n«. '1-iw-e been rtvcnj,to,,. i,,vc ii-rrive<l to spend _ two tv her hostess n.jd Mtsses Hetty-weeks with Mr. and Mrs Leonard and Julia Ann Woodson. Johnson'and Mu and-Mrs. O. N. Mi<-s Williams entertained Mon- Hawkins. . .- • • dnv. "nlft-hf wit), a sleak dinner on M r. < ml Mrs. Theodore he own of her -home on HoUy| <in(( Mrs. Otis Shepherd went Strc-t Guests were 28 mcnlbcrs sennlh. Mo., yesterday to of Ihe college set. |.lhc -funeral services for'Mrs. T. J. Edsel IIiTbcr escorted the guesl Ehcplmrd. ! Mrs. Edwnr Henderson of. Bnnk- Stumuer ley arrived today to be the guest -.-> were attractively nrraui?ed cf her sister. Mrs. J. A. Wroten.. :iie tables from which dinner ,, m i mr. \vroten. - • M < served Miss Will'' nw was as-i Ml . alu j Mrs .mines C. White A hv her iwrents. Mr. and _ • ,l dclier to gifts on a table. cooley, all Mrs chiles presented the guest I of honor a linen luncheon cloth, nnd Miss i Another feature of the affair was loday for ^ c presentation of a mudiera ban(|»et cloth arid matching napkins sent by the guest of honor's moth Comlng Events THURSDAY Mrs. Don Haley will entcrto.li His Jolly Eight Club. The Pathfinders Class of Visitor Honored With Parlies er, unable to attend because of illness. The ice course was in pink and white with individual cakes and other party foods also carrying out the color scheme. The guest of honor, who will be honored with numerous parties he- fore her wedding July 21, wore a pink chambray dress with n nail- head-studded yoke, for yesterday's ultnlr. Mrs. E. K. Chiles Jr.. assisted the hostess. Demonstration Club Meet Held at R. E. Davis Home The Lone O.-.:< Home Demonstration Club met Monday afternoon with Mrs. R. B, Davis us hostess. Ten members and 15 visitors were present. Miss Cora Lcc Colcmnn discussct plans for the fair. Refreshments of Ice cream, cake and iced drinks were served . Isaac McKays Parents . .Mr. nnd Mrs. Isaac McKay o! Stci'lc, Mo'., are the parents of 'daughter born yesterday at the Methodist Hospital in Memphis 1 Their first child, she has been named Susie. -Mrs. McKay is the former Miss Mary Revell ol Blythcvilc. Methodist Church will have a cov ered dish supper ntr ihe churcl 7:20 o'clock. FRIDAY Mrs. R. A. Ccpeland hostess t CBC Clu'J. * • Livestock strongest case 'had . collapsed. meanwhile, Attorney General Giiy E Williams has fl'.ed an appeal in supreme court from the order directing Wllhlte's acquittal. * • * * Woman Hank Employe Gets Prison Sentence MEMPHIS. Term.. July IB. (UP) --Mrs. Annie Laurie Newsome, 20. former assistant cashier of the Newborn, Tcnn., State Bank, today faced a two-year sentence in a federal institution for embezzle- and" menl. Mrs. Newsome pleaded guilty tc fifth driver, Ohuck Wilh'.te ••led on a charee of using vio- m;e during a Black and White laij Compjjiv strike last year — ndcd in n directed acquittal. Ami added that he was unwilling to nil taxpayers to the expense of ddil.imial trials .when the states higher 2751 f , I i. j:t Me.iN. I lbs down, 50-21.55. V. m i MS. the t cloth , laid ilowinK the dinner, cards and ipklns ether games were payed. The 'hos- i and U-ss served watermelon later in the cvenins-' mie MLsscs Wocdson . entcrlnln- oci with a bridge luncheon ycstcr- _, , c Hv afternoon at l.helr IIOIIK on For Jimmie Ray Booker chick,.*.** Avenue. Dun." Birthday Pat'ty Given of concord. N. C., left today lo 'return lo Iheir home, accompanied by Mrs. White's parents, Mr. and "Mrs H. C. Thompson, nnd her- brother, William Arthur, whom the I Whites have been visiting. En route to Concord, they will take sightseeing tours to the Hermit- Half Moon News •Mr. -and Mrs. Edward S-nii!l have been in Winfield, AH., th past week visiting their parents. :1 Mr. Fci (Biker and son. Chnrie. Wio have been visiting Mr. 7T- t'c'JIS NATIONAL STOCK YARDS. July 10. 'UP) — ( U3D -l.ivcst.ck: .Ho-js, 95'.0; salable 7520; bcir- rows" nnd ''pills active .all weights n-; pigs. 25 .to mcstly Me lh?li Tuesday's average; lop rejly. 'Bulk no to 240 las '.".Ol-ai.fO: 250 to E80 "OS 25,'T5- '7 CO- noiro 300 Ibs at 25.00; 13'J to l.W Ibs. 15 00^2650; ICO to 121 11) pigs 22.00-74.CO; sows mostly ivtcaUy but dull and late undev- t;-!!u weak. 21.15 top en some 350- bulk 360 'to 45n Ibs. 19..Heaver sows 17.CO-19.00. Cnttlc 4SI03:- MlalVe 3^00: calves SCO. all n!'lnble. .Strictly sood and lioice steers nctlve. unevenly with most deals up 50: cr more. > ,o,ver gra<tes rjther s'o.w; few a'.cs Kleady. No of.' ion nn •Heifers p.i"l im'xed year Ings; nskini; mev-ailv hlgilier. rows opened ;U< dy I- rlrong; bulls and veal- >rs r'ndv. fTliree loads average I;-!- n'-.-ice midium weiRht steers '(!01- fe™ loads 2900: several lci<i; 1-.-3 CTOdes 75.75-2800; few ancd.ium flO.fO-24.25; good I'.-^'y • 17.03-18.00; ,<-omn\an and -p-dli)-" beef cows 14.SO-ir>.7ft: camir.s rnd cutters 10.50-13.75; few ijccrt bfM bulls 17.50-17.75. Miss Virainii v i ii)*v •">(! Miss Miry France 'honoring Jnnm.e «ay ^.^ IQW [n s • B'Vcn by his P" 1 - "••• A parly Eooker W:LJ b .— ~, Mf nnd Mis. W. iW. Booker yesterday afternoon in obseiwance ot his 13!h birthday. The 15 Eucsls spent the after- neon playliia games In wli.oli -..-,„ - were nwnrded to Sonny . -h Mice 'Hnins and Lots riams. 1 fi F;ivors were presented to eaoh guest. iirtlulav cake ond ice cream re^..v" low in " gomes , Miss Beckl- 'hlemcr received guest man. iA profusion -of mixed garden y.-n-ven were used for decoration throughout the entertaining room.",. ago in Nashville. Term.. Chimney Rock in North Carolina and Lake won high Lnre, N. C. They also plan to.spend 'Nunn re- n r nw days at Wrightsville' Beach, N. C ; . '•'•"••. The Rev/Bernard A. Brapkin and the Rev'/ Howard Stamens were wcckciid'guests of their parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Smith Brackln and ~~~ . to their Peep'es. e in hnve re-turn Equili-,. dson is visit-1 Box Office Opens :vt 1:03 p.m. Show Starts 1:15 p.m. Opens Sunday 1:M; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sal. and Suii. Bargain Niglit Every Night Except Saturday No passes honored on Sunday •« lUe Roxy Continuous Shows Every Hay Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KI.CN 8:6« a.m. 12:45 p.m 4:J» p.m. Last Time Today DOUBLE FEATURE Strange Journey with Paul "Kelly and Osa Massen Joe Palooka, Champ with .lue Kirkwood and Elyse Knn-t Last Time Today 13 Rue Madeleine with James Caeney and Annabfll:l Selected Short Subjects Continuous Showiing Everyday Thursday and Friday Porents ot Daughter Mr. nnd Mrs. Jr.ck Robertson, who me residing in Fayetieville. while he is a student at the Uni- Thursday iiMr. John Nehers of Mom phis his sister. Mrs W »nt Monday R. Ligh'tfoot been named Jane Ann. the former and sister. Mra. KCHL-IU.OII,- .^ "•- T '"""" , family. Constance Adams ot Little Roc 1^ ANDERSON HALE-JOHNTODNEY JAGGER UNITED STATES PICTURES fC« WARNERS Paramount News anil Shorts for Sunday night, July 27. Mrs! Robert A. Porter, and her n Members Guests 01 Mrs. Mahon at Party . and N5r.S( jBurt .Pavisgii, .-.Theji ! Sedalli.f tif/t,\ ter, Mrs.- Everett, Collier. mothei, Mrs. B. A. Lynch, will entertain with a breakfast party Wednesday. July 30, at the Lynch home Final affair before the wedding will fio- a party given by Miss Little's sister, Mrs. Blan S. Healh, and Mr. Heath. . : ''• ' Among plans not yet-completed arc those of Hamilton E. Little of Memphis, uncle oJ the bride-elect, and his daughter. Miss Nancy Little, who will entertain 1 with a dinner party In Memphis, and a party to be given by Miss Little's grandmother, Mrs. A. G. Little, upon her return from Battle Creek. Mich. First of the parties for Miss Little was given Monday night when Mrs. l^onard Oldham and her mother, Mrs. S. P. Martin, entertained 11 guests wllh a dessert bridge party at the Martin home, followed by a bridg* party for 16 guests yesterdas afternoon at Leachyllle when Mrs Robert Pierce entertained at her home^with her mother. Mrs. A. K Robinson. Shower Party Honors Visitor From Memphis ' Mrs- R. E. Davis, Mrs. J. W. Fields and Mrs. T. O Hues' were hostesses Monday night with a miscellaneous shower complimenting Mrs Joe Coke-- of Memphis, formerly of Dlytlie- ville. The affnir was given at the Davis home. Gladioli and oilier Summer (lowers decorated the entcilainlnt rooms. Iced drinks, cuke and cream wer served for refreshments. I. Mehon. • , Guests other .Minn monitors woie Mrs HIV H-sold of Milwaukee s;.. Mrs. -Frfcd McGregor and t Nc-rnnwi Speck. Bunco went to M-K. C. amblin and Wt>.l\ Ho Mrs. if-iy- cnd, Shnmlin. Mrs. Pred Mc- -caor received low. Mrs C T. ShanvKin .was nre- nted.a birthday gift by members the'c'.ub. Refrrshmcnts of Ice crc.im, cake ul punch were served. Donald Aycock, Jr. Celebrates Bivtlulay Mrs. Donald Aycock cntcrtaine 25 guests Saturday afternoon wit n birthday party honoring her so Donald Aycock Jr.. who was fo ycnrs old. Refreshment of birthday ca and ice cream were served and f vors were presented each guest FINAL CLEARANCE Monday-.^piislit'' for , where Ihey will'-hold ri two}* revival. Mr. and Mrs. Ebb Spradley nnrtl Mr. nnd Mrs. Hays Spradley - re- tnrned home Sunduv froin St. Louis 1 and Fredericktown, Mo. Accoinpany- ini; ihein home were Mrs. R. M. Chandler and daughter, Joan, of Ifugo. Colo. They plan to spend a week here. JIEDEL atti Wright Honored Fatti Df.n Wright celebrated er lO'.h birVhdnv yesterday at a. xirly siven by her motlier. Mrs. lorold'Wrighl. In games Ih-vl were pliycd. prizes were won by KeVy Jones and D^lor^s .Adams. Ttnfrf-.hmen's of icake Ice cream ond Iced drinks were served lo Iho 12 guests present. Tan and White Rhapsody, Charm Step, Mode Art Clinton Guest Honored Ana'ccl Pi-aser of Clinton, voun? h"useguest of Mr. and Mrs. John Pill was complimented yesterday uflcrncon when 'hcv hostess en- Urllined with a theater l»rty. The micrt of 'honor and liei , voung friwKis went lo the drub-, store for refreshments fo.. owing j Ihe movie. | At The Hospitals BLYTIIEVIUE HOSPITAL ' Admitted; Mrs. :Levirt Stribling, Cnctor, Mo. Mrs. Pinisi; Lucis, city. Mrs. Nick Wright, city. Dismissed: Jbhnny -Hogan city. M.. A. Hnsc-11, city. Birthsi , 'Born to Mr. and Mrs. Amos I Randc'ph. Hnyii, Mo., a son yes-] •terday. i iF.orn to Mr. and Mrs. Alfred! Baurcll. Stcete. Mo.. « 'daughter] jcsterdnv. WALLS HOSPITAL Dismissed: Mrs. Virgie Clark. Manila. U. H. Thomliuson. Steele. Mrs. Cecil ComieV. city. Mrs. F.va Crowe, city. Mrs. J. B. Ferguson. cUy. Miss Mary Eu? White, city. -I.,ais Cole, Elcele. B:\PTI8T HOSPITAL. Mrjnphls Dismissed: Mrs. J. R. -Buck. city. PKICE 3 Days Only All Sales Final 55 Nylon Hose, Very Sheer $1 pr. Officers Installed At Auxiliary Meeting .New officers ot the •Amrrica-i 'bezion Auxiliarv of Diul Oaspn Po't were livstaVed list wKrtit uy Mrs C. S. Baggctl, Fifth District president. Installed were Mrs. W. J. Hurr,- ul>rcv .president: Mrs. H. I*. «al^•11, 'first vice president: Mrs. Ben Chine, secoixl vice urcsidmt; Mre- Essie P<-rua«. sccrelnry nnd Ireas- r-r- Mrs.' Mirvln tine, hls'.orian: »rs V,. R. Crouch, chaplain, and Irs. Ed Cook, sergcniil-at-nnns llcs'.ciscs were Mrs. Bacgetl Irs. Cook and Mrs. (Humphrey. (Limit 2 Prs.) W » I iH •. July Clearance 20% Discount On AH Lamps THE GIFT SHOP 103 East Slain Street Starts Thursday, July 17th ALL SUMMER DRESSES including Carol King, Martha Manning, Seventeen, Tony Carson and Other Nationally Known Lines $22.50 - - - Now $11.25 $1195 - - $17.95 - - - Now $8.95 $10.95 Now $6.48 Now $5,48 $14.95 - - - Now $7.48 $7.95 - - - Now $3.98 Junior Sizes 7-17. Regulars 10-50-Also Half Sizes All Children's Sheer Dresses Sunsuits & Playsuits Price Ladies Shorts Values to $3.98 $1.49 Ladies Slack Suits Values to 10.95 $3.98

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