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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COXJHIER NEWS FRIDAY, AUGUST «, 1M4 Society News illm-v Sftr.ietv -Editor * Miss Millie Ann Mallory, Society -Editor Phone 3-4461 Miss Copeland. Edwin Weidman Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Copeland of Osceola announce the marriage of their daughter, Jimmy Anne Copeland, to Edwin McRae Weidman- of Blytheville, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Weidman, July 31. The wedding was solemnized in the pastor's study of the Osceola Methodist Church with the Rev. W. O. Scroggins, Jr., officiating. Mrs. Emmett Jones of Osceola was Mrs. Weidman's matron of honor. She was dressed in pale green cotton organza with white accessories. Her corsage was white carnations. Mrs. Weidman wore as her bridal dress a blue satin organza street length dress. A white orchid was pinned at the shoulder. Mrs. Copeland, mother of the bride was dressed in a gray cotton and she-wore white accessories. She wore a white carnation corsage. Mrs. Weidman was graduated from Osceola High School and has been employed, by the Southwestern Bell Telephone Company for a year. Mr. Weidman is a graduate of Blytheville High School and attended University of Arkansas. He served in the Air Forces for two years. He is now employed by Wright Builders Supply of this city. Mr. and. Mrs. Weidman are residing at 108 West Kentucky. Miscellaneous Shower Given Miss Brownlee Miss Margaret Brownlee, bride- elect of J. W. Shouse, was honored at a miscellaneous shower in the Joiner Methodist Church last night. Hostesses for the affair were Mrs. O. L. Jenkins, Mrs. Bill Ralph, Sr., Mrs. J. W. Brownlee, Mrs. Hubert Seymour, Mrs. Corbit Washington | and Mrs. Faye Haley. The table from which refreshments were served was overlaid with a cutwork cloth and centered with an arrangement of garden flowers i in a cut glass basket. A miniature • bride and groom and candelabra ! holding white tapers were also used Jon the table. Mrs. Haley presided at the table. Miss Brownlee was dressed in a black and gray cotton with black accessories. She was presented a white carnation corsage and silver in her chosen pattern from her hostesses. Mrs. J. W. Shouse, mother of the groom, and Mrs. L. R. Brownlee, mother of the bride, were guests of the group. Masterpoint Game Played by Bridge League Members of the Duplicate Bridge League played a six-table Howell Movement and masterpoint game last night. i Winners in the games were Oscar Hardway and 0. S. Crowell, first place with 62 points and Mrs. I Eugenia Jenkins and Alta Came- iron sec.nd with 59 V* points, j In third place was Mrs. O. W. i McCmchen and Mrs. W. D. Cham- j blin with 59 points and Mrs. Victor I Stilwell and Mrs. Don Edwards were in fourth place with 58 points. Miss Dougherty Complimented At Luncheon Mrs. Harold Davis complimented Miss Marilyn Dougherty, bride- elect of Buell Wilson Stires, with a luncheon Wednesday. The individual tables where the guests were seated" were overlaid with white linen cloths and centered with arrangements of sweet peas. The place cards were made of shells and represented the bridal party. • Miss Dougherty was dressed in a paisley print sundress with red accessories. She was presented with a white- corsage and silver in her chosen pattern by her'hostess. Mrs. L. A. Dougherty, mother of the bride, was a guest of the group. News In Afternoon Teen-Agers Of Country Club To Be Entertaiived A series of dances for the 'teen agers has been planned at the Country Club during this month, prior to school days. The dances will be held each Friday night, beginning at 8:30 o'clock, in the ball room with "juke box" music. In charge of these affairs is the Teen Agers Committee, announced today by Mrs. Samuel P. Norris, president of the Ladies of the Club, which sponsors 'teen age social ac- tivitie in the club. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Adams are chairmen and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Whitsitt, co-chairmen. The will be assisted by junior hosts and hostesses to be appointed by them for each affair. The dances will be for both the high school and college-age members of the club, who may bring guests. On these nights, the club, as usual, will be open to all members and their guests.. Other affairs being planned for the younger sets in the club is a dance during the Thanksgiving holidays and another between Christmas and New Year's Day, with dates to be announced later. Elliott Twins Honored With Birthday Party Marvin and Michael Elliott, twin sons of Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Elliott, were entertained with a luncheon yesterday in honor of their 15th birthday. Following lunch, the afternoon was spent informally with refreshments being served. By Sue Burnett The type of frock you'll find Pattern No. 8145 most becoming for afternoon wear now through afll. Tiny buttons and soft gathers are a nice finish. Pattern No, 8145 is in sizes 12, 14, 16, 18, 20; 40, 42. Size 14, short sleeve, 31/2 yards of 39-inch. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 372 W. Quincy Street, Chicago, ni. Send 25 cents today for your copy of our pattern catalog, B'asic FASHION. The fall and winter & issue is filled, with attractive, easy to sew styles for all ages. At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: James Robert Alexander, city James Ray Cockran, Tomato Mrs. Ben Steepleton, city Chickasawba Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Allen Van Horn and baby, Star City, Ark. Sandra Baughman,, city Mrs. Richard Plumber, Steele Mrs. Leon Wilson and baby, Paragould Coming Events Friday Stitch and Chatter Club meets with Mrs. James Mize'lle at 7:30 p.m. Electrical & Pfumbing Supplies For That Hard to Find Item — See Us. General Hardware And Appliance Co. 109 W. Main Phone 3-4585 PAINTING And RE - MODELING Interior and Exterior All kinds* of floor work—Tile, FUstlc Tile, Bathroom Ttle General Contracting Extra B*OOM, CM P»rt*, trwae- . . wtyft. For CttiMfttos Call DMrint. M* 151) m 4M1 LANDRUM, GUIS and REEVES Bratf*4oelo, M*. BARGAINS -For You- Irrigation Do you hare water m & flitch or bayou while your crop wllti »n<J dies in the field? Then You Need A Shaw & House Porta Pump Big capacity—1500 f»llons pti minute Tractor mounted—fo*» wHereTti TOU can take your tractor. Fool proof—we hare never «e«n one that needed repairs. 7 Incn pump complete ONL/X $315.00 Tht Crop ft Madt SNOW TRACTOR CO. 112 N. Franklin Street Fhon* roplar I-S951 Fhoti* POplar 2-2657 Dinner Is Given | For Members Of I Wedding Party I c? I Miss Wmnibeth Buckley and Robert A. Blodgeit, •who will be married tomorrow at 4 p. m., were complimented, with a dinner-dance at the Country Club last night by Murray Smart and Larry Baker. The dinner was given for members of the wedding party. The long table where the guests were seated was overlaid with a pink and deep rose cloth and centered with two large wedding rings covered with white satin interspersed with pink asters. This arrangement was setting in a large wedding bell which was also interspersed with pink asters. Miss Buckley wore a pale yellow cotton dress with white accessories and was presented a white aster corsage and silver vegetable dish from her hosts. Following dinner, the evening was spent in dancing. To remove butter stain, launder in warm, -soapy water. Home & Farm Supplies WHAT EVER YOU NEED SEE US Over 30,000 items in Stock — If We Don't Have it. . We'll Get It. General Hardware And Appliance Co. 108 W. Main Phone 3-4585 Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 15c & 35c At All Times FRI., & SAT. Double Feature Turn JORY WIMPSOB T ROY ROGERS ;N a nc cntrtj .RI6SER / SMfllfl «Cf«« T/ Serial—Gunfighter No. 4 Cartoon—Thirty Cubes Sun. & Mon. Double Feature 'THE BIG \ HEAT* •1-GlfflNFORD i W.UWIA reran • MeunMr Scartr • IK "ar« • Jwirtli tota So»> n>r h SYXY MCW V>TVOr(v(ir.»cnsTMn«»rm»inr •*«» f t, nowrt «nn«» • sw* IT rwn ow —AND- Paramevnf P/M*nfi Plus—Metro News Bits of News i Mr. and Mrs. Leon Wilson announce the birch of their second I daughter Tuesday night at the' Chickasawba Hospital. The baby, who has been named Phareta Ann, has a sister named Cynthia Arlene. Pvt. Johnny Buchanan, who is stationed at Fort Lewis, Tacoma, Wash., is here on furlough visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Buchanan, and his wife. Mrs. Buchanan will return to Washington with her husband. Mrs. F. D. Smith has returned from Memphis, where she visited her daughter, Mrs. Whit Goodman, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Eose and children have returned from a three-week vacation in Colorado. Lawanda Barnett is visiting relatives in Little Rock and Conway. She will go to Monticello and Dermott where she will spend the remainder of the summer. Mrs. Hazel McWilliams and twins, Marsha and Michael, have returned from Kalamazoo and Fennville, Mich., where they visited relatives. | Mr. and Mrs. Max Isaacs and; four sons, of Little Rock arrived' yesterday to be the guests of Mr. Isaacs' sister, Mrs. Kendall Berry and Mr. Berry. Mr. and Mrs. Will Hodgson of New Orleans, La., will arrive tomorrow morning to be the week end guests of his sister. Mrs. Cornelius Modinger, ST., and Mr. Modinger, and his mother, Mrs. j Joseph Hodgson. Also arriving to-morrow for a week's visit with Mr. | and Mrs. Modinger will be their] son, Hodgson Modinger, of Bristol, Va. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ray Newcomb and daughters, Nancy andj Betty, and Mrs. Charles New-i comb are vacationing in Florida. I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith an-! nounce the birth of a son, Wednesday at Chickasawba Hospital. The baby, who has a sister, Denise Kay, has been named James Robert. Mrs. Smith is the" former Miss Barbara Jean Pryor. Mrs. Josiah Fort of Clarksville, Miss Elkins Complimented With Parties A series of parties complimenting Miss Sara Elkini, bride-elect, were held this week. Mrs. Brian Burkett entertained with a morning party at her home Monday. Out-of-town guests were from Pecan Point, Basaett and Joiner. Mrs. Charles Elkins, mother of the bride, entertained the attendants of the wedding with a luncheon Wednesday. The table where the guests were seated was overlaid with an imported hand woven lace cloth and centered with an arrangement of pink petunias flanked with crystal candelabra holding pink tapers. Miss Elkins wore a black cotton dress figured with pink rosebuds. She completed her outfit with black patent accessories. Mrs. Elkins was dressed in pink eyelet. Divorcee Should Watch Her Step Around Her Married Friends Plastic pails, good for soap and water or picnic drinks, are noiseless, won't corrode, rust or peel, are lightweight and have their own pour spouts. Tenn., is the guest of her mother, Mrs. T. J. Mahan. Miss Joan Trieschmann and Harry Farr are in Batesville today to) attend the White River Water! Carnival. They will sing tonight! at the beauty pageant. Miss Emily . Damon will accompany them. Jane Wilson, who is attending Southwestern College in Memphis, and Guy Joyner, Virginia Brooks and Har Boyd of Memphis will be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Baker Wilson and Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Knappenberger this week end. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Thompson and children of Tampa, Fla., are the guests of Mr. Thompson's mother, Mrs. Zoa Thompson, and other relatives. Miss Beverly Smith of Duncan. Miss., is the guest of William Braxton Gill and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hardin, this week end. Miss Smith and Mr. Gill are students at Baylor University, Waco, Tex. A young divorcee complains in her letter to this column that in the years since she received her divorce she has come to feel almost an ouUider in her town, where once she and her husband belonged to a group of friendly, sociable young couples. "It seems as though now that I'm a divorcee, all the wives are afraid of me." she says. They may be at that. But if they are there is a good chance that the divorcee, herself, is to blame. The young woman who suddenly finds herself without a man of her own sometimes starts acting very coy around other women's men. She is always asking their advice, or their help—or piling the admiration on a little uhick, telling them how lucky their wives are, how understanding the husbands are, etc. Most of the divorcees who antagonize wives by such coy behavior aren't bent on husband stealing. They are just trying to prove to themselves that they are still attractive to men. But that doesn't make any difference to the wives. They don't like it, anyhow. The way to put a stop to it is to forget to invite the divorcee to the next party, and then the next, and so on. The divorcee who wants to maintain her friendship has to bend over backwards to make it clear that it is the wives who are her special friends, not their husbands. She can do this by dressing con- servatively, paying more attention to the women than to the men, and by spending her flattery where it will do her some good—on the wives rather than on the husbands. Dinah Shore recently offered this advice to the feminine stars of television: "You have to be careful. Don't dress as if you were out to get some other woman's husband." That's a piece of advice any young divorcee might well tape onto her mirror, only it should be made to read, "Don't dress or act as if you were out to get some other woman's husband." LV THE CHANCERY COURT, CHICKS A WB A DISTRICT, MISSISSIPPI COUNTY, ARKANSAS The First National Bank of Lake Providence; Hugh L. Kennedy, Trustee; and Warren Baldwin, Trustee, Pltfs. vs. No. 12745 Edward Mitchell; Elsi May Miller Mitchell, Mary Sue Besharse; and Homer Besharse, Dfts.i WARNING ORDER The defendants, Edward Mitchell, Elsi May Miller Mitchell, Mary Sue Besharse and Homer Besharse, are hereby warned to appear within 30 days in the court named in the caption herof and answer the complaint of the plaintiffs named in said caption. Dated this 4th day of August, 1954. GERALDINE LISTON, Clerk By OPAL DOYLE, D. C. Reid and Surge, Attys. for Pltf. J. W. Steinsiek, Atty. ad Litem 8/6-13-20-27 OPENS 6:45 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN OR SHINE! 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SMASHED J N MIAMI J COLUMBIA PICTURES presents BW SULLIVAN • Lute Jkbtim Be • unions PARAMOUNT NEWS & SELECTED SHORTS PEO Sisterhood Entertains With Drop-In Here Members of Chapter N of PEO Sisterhood entertained with tn informal dropan at the home of Mrs. Harry Kirby yesterday afternoon complimenting Miss Charlen* Pierce, recipient of the Educational PEO Scholarship. The table from which party foods were served was centered with ar- epergne holding white periwinlt- le. Mrs. Chester Caldwell poured punch from a large silver tureen, and Mrs. Riley Jones and Mrs. Harry A. Haines assisted at tbt table. Guests of the group were Mrs. Willard Pease of Atlanta-, Oa., * former member and Mrs. Harold Eggensperger. Leather is a highlight of the Chicago Furniture Market, with 80 per cent of furniture manufacturer! featuring it in sofa beds, tables, chairs and desks. Leading colon art turquoise, yellow, pale pink, watermelon, blue, gold, cantaloupe, st* green, raspberry and bamboo. 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