T1HJRSDAY, JUNE 15, 1950 BT.YTHEVrU.E (ARK.V COUTUER NEWS PACT? Benton Grows Fast in State City Leads Area In Hot Springs Census District *>. HOT SPRINGS, June 15. W B<Wtn Is the fnstest growing city In nTe five-county area making up the Hot Springs census district, according to preliminary figures on the 1950 census released today by district supervisor Ben D. Smith. The tentative tabulations give the Saline County scat 6.2G3 residents, an Increase of 2,761. or 80 per cent, over the 3.502 shown by the 1050 census. f Malvcrn, Hot Springs County, Is second In the rate of growth with 8.015 inhabitants, an increase o: 2,7-!5. or 52 per cent, over the 5.290 of the last decennial count. Third largest goes to Hot Springs largest city In the area, for which preliminary figures were releasec Saturday- The 1950 census gives Hot 1 Springs 29,019 residents. This ts an increase of 7,629 or almost 36 per cent, over the 21.370 of 1910. However, the census supervisor announced that 7.500 persons reside 'n areas Immediately adjacent to Hot Portageville News By Mrs. Raymond Toombs Phcmt Z't* KeHim-Tannrr Weddinf Of wide social interest was the vedding of Hellen Kellam, daugh- _er of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Kellam. to Herbert Lee Tanner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tanner. Sunday in the Church of Christ. The bride, given In marriage by her brother, Harold Gene Kellam, Springs, giving the city area a population of over 36.000. Fordyce, Dallas County, has a population of 3,745 compared to 3,42!) in 1Q40. while Sheridan, Grant County, lias 1,883 compared to 1.338 in the last census. All of the cities are the scats of their respective counties. While the urban areas show an increase, two of the counties shm\ a decrease in population since 1940 These are Dallas County with 12,3"i3 against 14,471. and Grant with 9.000 against 10.4TJ. Garland County of vhich Hoi Springs ts the scat, shows lh< greatest overall gain with 46.68' compared to 41,664. Saline Count; is next with_ 23.788 compared b 19,163. while'Hoi Springs Count has 22.096 against 18.91G in 1940. hose a white dotted Swiss with aastiiie waist and a lull gathered kirt and black velvet sash. Miss Mary Lou Luker was maid >I honor. Bridesmaids were Dora Voods, Jerry Lynn Smith. Joan Simmons and Sue Tyson. Sheila Roddick, niece of the groom, and Rcglna Hawkins were flower girls. Buddy Gnwans served as best nan and ushers were Alvln Segfil aiwin Zohncr, Rex Cowans anc Roddy Reeves. Wedding music was furnished the high school's mixed chorus under the direction of Edgar Ailor. The couple lelt for a southern trip following the ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Tanner entertained in their home Saturday with a rehearsal dinner for the bridal oarty, Edgar Allor, Jr., Honored Edgar I Allor, Jr.. Is to receive the Bronze Star mednl for action with the 151st Infantry in the Pacific theater In 1045. Tlie award was nfade under the direction of President Truman and will be made in July. Mr. Ailor is now a captain in Company C, 110th Infantry, Mis- souri National Guard. Social Notes Members of the Town and Country Club were guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Patterson Sunday night. Mrs. Edith Largent. Mrs. H. E. Patterson and Mrs. T. A. Lee won honors Wednesday afternoon when Mrs. Patterson entertained her bridge club. Mrs. Sam La Font entertained Saturday afternoon in honor of her houseguest, Mrs. Harry Dillinger, of East St. Louis. III. predicted. Stale officials expressed ocliel after the raids theer might be $100,000 in (lie machines. Hut when they were emptied, the tolal va- Si 0.521.82. Found in the cash boxes werr ive pounds of slues nnd washers Slot Machines Yield Slugs and Washers WAUKEGAN, III.. June 15. 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