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PACK FOUR BLYTHEVrf-LE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY JUNE 96, 19W Jane Sheltoh, Society Editor Phone 4461 Mildred Mustion Becomes Bride of David Boren Miss Mildred Musllon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mustion, of Luxora, became the bride of David Boren, «m of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Boren, of Dell, In a ceremony performed Monday night In Blythe- vllle at the home of Mr, and Mrs. E. N. Webb, 900 Pecan. The Rev. P. II. Jernigan, minister of Calvary Baptist Church, officiated at .the single ring ceremony performed at 7:30 p.m. fll R. AND MHS. DAVID BOURN were married Monday night in a ceremony por- JVIiVillil.U tlu (,UV I'.l". LI J 1 The living room of the home formed at tile where the nuptial vows were ex- [i;. N. Webb changed, was decorated with gleam- j, o nl ,, |\j,. s ing white gladioli. The floor has- „„,.„,. ';„ M'~ kels marked where the wedding « ole » >*>. . the party stood for the ceremony. Vases former Miss of white carnatfnos were placed Mildred Mus- throughout the home. _ tion jr, r> an( j Mrs. Webb served the bride as matron of honor and only feminine M rs. Boren attendant. A blue chiffon two piece will be at home dress worn with white carnations j n Blytheville. was chosen for the occasion. Carries Bible The bride exchanged vows in a formal wedding gown fashioned of white bridal satin. The full skirt was gathered to a snug bodice which ended In a sweetheart neckline. She fastened a single .strand of park at her throat. Her fingertip veil was held secure with rows + of orange blorsoms. A white Bible topped with clusters of orange blossoms was carried by the bride. Mr. Webb attended the groom as best man. A reception In a dining room of the Razorback was held immediately following the ceremony for the wedding guests. Wedding cake, punch and party foods were served from the bride's table, which was topped with, a bowl of white carnations. White gladioli complete ed the all white scene. Mr. and Mrs. Borch will be at home on Walnut Street in Blytheville. - . • * • Luncheon Compliments •Tri-Town Club, Guests The Trl-Town Club nnd two guests were entertained yesterday with a 1 p.m. luncheon at the Razorback preceding the weekly bridge. Mrs. James C. Guard and Mrs. .Worth Holder were hostesscj to the club and g\(csts, Mrs. E. M. Terry, Jr. and Mrs. Dick J. White. The^ club and guests were seated »t a single long table for the luncheon, with a low bowl ol sweetpeas centering the table. : High score was won by Mrs. Gar- inrd Caudtll. Mrs. James Terry won second high with Mrs. -White winning bridgo. ' • SUN DRESS, JACKET Mrs. McHaffey Honorce At Y. M. Meeting Mrs. Murray McHaffey was the honored guest at the monthly inect- tng of the Y.M. Birthday Club last night at the home of Miss Frances Long, Two guests, Mrs. Buddy Long and Mrs. Hilton Stevenson, met with the 12 members.' The long dining table from v;hEcl\ supper was served, was overlaid with a white cloth and decorated with long runners 01 Ivy and greenery from the dining room's window garden. Vases and bowls of mulU-hued sweetpcns nnd gladioli were placed In the reception and entertaining rooms and throughout the home. A large white birthday cake, completed with pink Icing and holding the club's six c.indles, topped the dining table. A gilt was presented Mrs. McHaffey. In the social hour follow! tig, games were played and the evening was spent informally. A black butcher linen frock, worn with black accessories, was selected by the guest of honor. A corsage of sweetpeas was pinned at her shoulder. Wrs. Sykcs Is, Guest With Dessert Bridge Club Mis. Sain Sykes was suest last night, with members of the TLE Club who met at the home of Mrs. Jinks Scrape for the weekly dessert bridge. High score and also briclgp was won by Mrs. W. J. Cupples. Mrs. W. E. Cherry won second high. The entertaining room of^die Scrape home was decorated wltli summer floral arrangements, » * • rlouseguesls Honored With Surprise Party Mrs. Agnes Dyche and daughter, Martha Ann Dyche, of Kansas City. Mo., houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. i. L. Anderson, were complimented Sunday afternoon with a surprise jirthday dinner at the Mark Anderson home on Clenrlake Road. Twenty-three guests attended the affair. Following dinner, gifts were presented the honorcos, after which the afternoon was spent informally. 1'isli fry Is Given For Union Leaders A fish fry nt the Herbert, Juliai home In the Number Nine community was given last evening honoring the adults and lenders of the Training Union of the Baptist Guests Present Display for Club D. E. Wimberly and Mrs. Mary Lois Jordon, of Ark-Mo Power Company, presented demonstration 1 ; of electrical equipment and wiring for the Lone Oak Home Demonstration Club, Monday afternoon at the Club meeting, Mrs. J. W. FieliU was hostess to the group. The meeting was opened with the devotional given by Mrs. E, B. Davis after which Mrs. Forrest Moore presided over a business session. Mr. Wimberly discussed proper wiring in the home followed by a lemonstraUon from the company's raiter on the uses of electrical ap- ilianc&s by Mrs, Jordon. Following the adjournment, Mrs 'ields served a dessert course. Del I WMU Hears Study Lesson Mrs. Harry '- Cook was hostess Monday nlglil ab her home in Del members of " the Dell Baptist' WMU, who met for a business session and a study lesson from the book, "God's Hurry" by McCall. A devotional was given by Mrs Ed Hardln followed by prayer led by Mrs. A. E. Caklwctl. Mrs. M R. Griffin led in the study course -after Vhich H brie onsiness session was conducted. Mrs. C. A. Smith worded In the closing prayer. Mrs. Cook served refreshments ir ,he social, hour following. Huffman WMU Has Meeting Mrs. Penny Walker, WMU presl dent, presided over the meeting Mrs. Walker led In prayer followed by a brief business session, The Rev. David Me Peak, pp^'"presented n study lesson from book ofGalutians. book out n iau tins. The Rev. Mr. McPcak the meeting with prayer, mstor tli Church, Supper wns served the 38 ^ on the Uuvn of the Julian home af er which the evening was 5pen informally. The Rev. Gene SchulU, pnslo offered the Invocation, 8541 By Sue Burnett As simple and pretty as can be /s this slcevless dress designed for .summer coolness. The matching bolero turns it . uito a wearable street costume. Pattern No. 8541 is a sew-rite perforated pattern in sizes 34. 36. 38, 10, 42, 44, 46' and 48. Size 36, dress, 3 yards of 39-inch; bolero. 1-^ yards; ?i yard contrast. For this pattern, send 25 cents, in COINS, your name, address, size desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett Courier News. 530 South Wells Street. Chicago 7 111. Don't mSss the Spring and Summer FASHION. This latest issue is colorful, Informative,—a complete pattern magazine. Fabric news, fashion tips, a wealth of smart frocks to sew for summer arc all included. 25 cents. ADAMS APPLIANCE CO. Bits of News James Bell of McKeesport, Pa., rmerly of Blylheville, Is spending ;o weeks here as guest of hts mo- ler, Mrs. Bobble Bell. Mr. Bell was ansferrcd from (he Blytheville ontgomery Ward Stoic to the tle- eesport store In November. Mr. ell was a member of the 1940 son- r high school class. Mrs. J. L. Van Hooser and daugli- rs, Delina and Doretla, left thi.s orning for their home in Smith- lie, Tenn. Delma and Dotelta had cut the past five weeks here with icir grandparents, Mr. and Mr.s. E. Neal, Mrs, Van Hooser arrived, sterday to accompany her daugh- rs home. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. O'Stceu ari- ouncc the birth of a daughter, Sat- day nt Walls Hospital. The baby, 10 Is their third child, has been imcd Tommle Marie. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ij, Dimot of cw York City announce the birth a son, Henry L. Duhot. Jr., June in a New York Hospital. Mrs. uhoL Is the former Miss Eldora ?al of Blytheville. Mrs. Duhot. Sr., Paris, France, has spent the past rce wee to In New York City with er son and family. < Mrs. H. E. Smith wns returned ,- ambulance today from Memphis ipllst Hospital, where she undercut surgery several days ago. Mrs. niith was accompanied hnrne b" •?r daughter, Mrs. Arnold Steward ' Little Rock, who has been in [cmphts with tier mother and son, . R. Smith, of Blytheville. Jerry Berry returned yesterday om Prcntis, Miss., where he had sited with his grandmother for i .vcral days. He was accompanied ome bv P. W. Ben-y, Jr.. and cori?e Wnvne Berry nlso of Prens. Paul Berry of Snydcr, Tex., ar- ved yesterday to visit as quests of ir. and Mrs. Berry and son. Lieut. Irene Johnson left this lornlng for Camp Gordon, Ga., af- er spending a week here as guest f her mother, Mrs, C. E. Johnson, nd family, tit cut. Johnson came es- eclnlly to be with her broMi°r, CH. enny Johnson, who is visiting here Hh his mother on leave from the tarinn Base nt Oreanside. CaUf. pi. Johnson motored his sister to amp and will visit friends iruAt- anta prior to returning to Blythc- ille. Mrs- Raymond Shamlln, O. A. tou.sh. Norma Jean Roush, Glenda hamlin and Mrs. Buck Rousli and on, Bill, returned Monday ni"hl rom Houston and Galvcston, Tex., nd other points of Interest. While n Houston, they were guests of Mrs. if. R. Harper'and children. Mrs. Jim Berry returned to her lome in Memphis Tuesday after islting here as guest of her mother, firs. Fannie LIntzentch, and family. Mrs. Ottis Roush and children, Sandra and Rhonda, of Nashville, ,re spending several, days as guest if Mrs. Roush's mother, Mrs. Myr!e Rylee, and O.. A. Roush nnd amily, Carol Dowdy, daughter of Mr. and Vfrs. C. S. Dowdy, hns as her hoilsc- uest Mary Jo II and ford of Bates- Ille. Davis Cobb, son of Mr. and Mrs. V. D. Cobb left Tuesday morning or Jonesboro where he will visit as guest of his grandmother, Mrs. W. D. Cobb, Sr. Mrs. O. E. New Shampoo Easy on Budget By ALICIA IIAKT NBA Staff Writer ' A new foamy powder shampoo, > which not only gets hair and scalp i clean but Is also cleansing for ny- * Ion stockings and dark lingerie, Is r a real budget-stretcher. This cleanser Is soaplcsa and comes In lightly scented powder form in a shnkcr top container. For a shampoo, all you need to do Is shake a thimbleful of powder into the pnlm of one hand, wet your hair and lather. The foamy powder will lather freely even in hard water, Bet your hair clean without leaving a slicky film on It. For black, brown, and navy lingerie, thi.s cleanser is fine. It will turn out your slips and nightgowns' streak-free, Us maker claims, and keep (hem from getting a dingy, grayish cast. This cleanser is a good traveler, too. Tuck a spill-proof container 11o i n , double duty .is a n«w into your suitcase and let it do foimy powder shampoo which double-duty for shampoos and for j s euually good for washing rinsing out stockings, unclerthings lingerie and slockinjs. and gloves. Gosiw// Summer School o Open C/osses July 10 Gosnell schools will open a two- lonths summer session July 10, P. ;. Lucius, superintendent, announced today. Classes will be taught In grades rve through 12. Mr. Lucius said, nd the Negro school will be iu- ludcd. ' 21 Attend HD Club Meeting Twenty-one members of the Yarbro Home Demonstration Club, one new member and one visitor met yesterday afternoon at the home or Mrs. Walter Barnes for a business meeting and demonstration by D. E. Wlmbcrly and Mrs. Mary Lois Jordan, of Ark-Mo Power Co.- Mrs. Carry Purcell met as a visitor s-ith the group. Mrs. Prances Mitchell became a member of the club. Group .singing opened the incet- ng followed by a devotional given •y Mrs. E. B. Lloyd. The poem, "Declaration of Inde- lenrence," was read by Mrs. Barnes ollowcd by the discussion led by ,Ir. wimberly. "What Every Wo- nan Should Know About Wiring." Mrs. Jordan discussed "Home Appliances" and gave a demonstra- ion on appliances. In the social hour following the necting adjournment, games were )!ayed and prizes presented Mrs. Paul Abbott, Mrs. Gene McGuire and Mrs. Purcell. Jones and infant laughter, Josephine Carol, have re- urned to their homn in Bute^v 1 ' 1 ! ifter a week's visit here jjs guests )f Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Dowdy and Eimlly. Mrs. L. M. O'Kelly of Tampa Pla., is. visiting here as guest icr sister, Mrs. J. A. Luckett. Condition of C. G. Scherer. who mderwent surgery ten days ago It Memphis Baptist Hospital, Is re ported as much improved. Mrs Scherer is In Memphis with him. Miss Jen nine McGhcc spent the weekend in Memphis with her parents. While there she wns the houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Phillips. Mrs. Agnes Dychc and daughter, Martha Ann Dyche, of Kansas City. Mo., are the housegucsts of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Tommy AVHkcrson Cominq Events Social Calendar Miss Frances Long hostess to Y M. Birthday Club 7 p.m. Wednesday High Two plays at the home of Airs. Herman Besharse. Thursday Dorcnss Sunday School Class 01 Calvary Baptist Church meets al the home of Mrs. James Rambo 1610 \V. Sycamore. Phebean Sunday School Class o First Baptist Church has monthl; meeting with weiner roast at rive: at 7 p.m. Kibitzer Club meets with Mrs Robert McIIaney. Mrs. cleo Langston hostess tc Octette Club. Thursday Rook plays at home o Mrs. N. H. Slakebore. Friday Mrs. J. O. Huey hostess lo Luck 1 Rook Club. Ladies Bible Class of First Meth odist Church meets at 3 p.m. at th home of Mrs. R. I. Bagley. Hos tesses are Mrs. A. I,. Hunter. Mrs Paul Cooley. and Mrs. A. E. Hunt ley. Miss Westb rook Hostess to YWA Miss Kathcrtne Westb rook was hostess at her horneUo members of the YWA of the First' Baptist Church Monday night. Miss Edna Pceples was a guest with the seven members. A brief business session was conducted with plans for the state YWA hbusepai ty discussed. A devotional was presented by M'ss Lounell Overman after which the meeting was closed with prayer, Mtss Westbrook served refreshments in the social hour following. of Scarcy arc visiting In Blytheville with Mr. and Mrs. S. L, Cochran and family. Mrs. Maggie Ames of Oxnard, Calif., is visiting Mrs. Mary Reese. Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Deal of Dell announce the birth of a daughter, Nancy Susan, Saturday niglil at Walls Hospital. She is their second child. They have B son, David, aged three. Mrs. Bob Grimes of Lexington, S.C., formerly of Blytheville, Is visiting friends in Blytheville. hoice sows 400 Ibs down 16,25-17.25- ew 17.50; good 410-500 Ibs 14/150; heavier weights 13,75-14,75; tags 10.50-12.50. Cattle 1700; calves 1000; inquiry ctive on opening rounds with rices strong to unevenly higher on teers, heifers and cows; bulls teady; vealers 1.00 lower and slow; f ew loads medium and good steers 28.00-29.50; medium and good hell- era and mixed yearlings 27.759.00; choice 775 lb mixed yearlings 0.75; good cows 21.00-22.50; common and medium cows 18.00-20.50; Banners and cutters 14.50-18.00; nedlum and good.bulls 22.00-23.00; cutter and common bulls 19.00-21.00; good and choice vealers 27.00-31.00; common and medium 20.00-26.00. At The Hospitals Blytheville Hotpital Dismissed: Mrs. Ray Beard, Rt. 2 ' ' . Mrs. George Brown, Haytl Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Charles Praier, Luxora •• Mrs. James Edrmgton, Luxora Jerry Wayne Ray, City Johnny Tomliiison, City Mrs. Harry Sutton and baby, City Mrs. Clarence Watson and baby,^ Luxora f Mrs. W, P. Hrabovsky and baby. City . , • • ' * Mrs. Carlos Deal and baby, Dell ' Mrs. Russel Wilder, Luxora. The United tSates uses about U pounds of manganese for every ton of steel produced. ting B Fiery Smart 11%i of minor ur»n Quick use of this soothing ointment gives wonderful relief. Kecpit handy. RESINOL Livestock NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, 111., June 28— (IP) —(USD A)-Hogs 8000; barrows nnd gilts strong to .25 higher than Tuesday's average; sows .25 to .50 higher; bulk good and choice 180-240 Ibs 20.15-20.85; top 20.85; 250-270 Ibs 20.00-20.50; few 270-300 Ibs 10.00-20.25; around '.ISO Ibs 17.75; 140-110 Ibs 18.50-20.25; 100-130 Ibs 14.75 17.75; good and AVAILABLE • OftDEft NOW! RIGID FRAMI & TRUSS-CLEAR STEEL • ALUMINUM BUILDINGS ly trcctcd — in of weeks - to meet Quickly Instead of urgent demand* for on-the- farm grain storage. After grain is marketed, your Butler Building giv« you jrear-round u» 11 implement or livestock •helter, for hay storage, mznjr other farm purposes. Set u» today for full information on th»e sturdy longlife buildiogl. A MODUCT or CAPACITIES tor tatter MMinp *>• Wide x 100- Long 18,450 BUSHELS By iboring mp 5 feet •loflg tides and cadi. 13,000 BUSHELS On th« floor twit bout •boring) MANUrACTURIN* COMPANY C. A. TANT CONST. CO. Authorized Dealei For Butler Steel Buildings General Contracting P.O. Box 83 Phone 6896 Blytheville,, Ark. WHATEVER YOUR COOKING PURPOSED YOU'LL FIND UNSURPASSED / ALL VEGETABLE When You Want Your Clothes To Look Their Best — Coll BLYTHEVILLE LAUNDRY-CLEANERS re IR CONDITIONS •islen to KI.CN nl 10:10 a.m. j\uri 4:00 p,m. Daily for our pro- Brnni announcements. Box Office Opens at 1 :-*5 Show Starts 2:00 p.m. Last Time Today Selected Short Subjects Thursday £ Friday SAMUBL GOl.nWYN prttcnt. DAN.UNDRF.»S-S11SAN HMARD ~\\\ FOOLISH HFVRT r-aramnunl News .V Selected Short Subjects Conl. 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