TIIUKSDAY, 'APRIL ffl, UM'.i lUA'THKVlLl.U (AUK.)' COUU1KK Nl<}W8 n the I'earl Harbor alliu'k, 3 l>. HI 11( >t<'l Noble, with Miss C'or» Mr. ami Mrs J W. Bykcs iu«l Lev Oolcmun und Miss Kmlly Ol'UV, leatk-Liulc Marriage Announced Here loday Ot interest here is the wedding of Miss Emma Virginia Little nnd Staff Scrgt. Ulan S, Heath, sou of Mr. and Mrs. W, H. Heath, which is announced today by her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Anthony IJtllc The wedding was solcmni'/.cil Monday nlglit. April '20, at First Methodist Church in Fort Sumncr Now Mexico. The Rev. J. N. Whct- |slonc, piistor, read Hie .service in I? o'clock before a small group o (friends. 1 lielore the entrance of the brida party. Miss Helen Ann Carr of For Simmer, organist played a pro Wain of nuptial music. On either side of the altar, bank ert in greenery, were arranged bus kcts ot white gladioli. The bride wore a black gabai Idinc suil with white blouse an (gloves. Her hla.ek hat had a lac I trim and other accessories also wei lin black. Her corsage was of g.n Idcnias and pink roses. Staft Sergeant and Mrs. Ellin (class, of Fort Simmer, atlende I the couple. Mrs. Class was dresse I In a blue suit with which she wo (white and luggage Ian accessories land a corsage of yellow tulips. 1 Immediately [otlowlug the ccie- Imony, Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Sanders land Staff Sergeant and Mrs. Glass I entertained with a reception at the (ganders home. 1 The bride, youngest daughter of la family long prominent in Bly- 1 theville, attended Christian College, I Columbia, Mo., und University of I Mississippi, Oxford, after gradual- ling from the City High School. She I was a member ot the Delta Delta I Delia social sorority and Sigma lAlpViti Iota, national honorary mu- | sic sorority. Since leaving school she hud been I associated with her father in the I Tom Little Hardware Compam I Staff Sergeant Heath, a graduate lot BlythcVillc High School, tai'in- 1 cd hero until he enlisted in the 1 Army Air Forces in ihe fall of Wedding Announced Idge. In the games, high score as awarded lo Mrs. Potter with fdiul high to Mrs. A. G. Hall. The hostess served a sandwich ml snlail plate with iced drinks ir refreslimciits. Bits of News Mostif P«nouJ Miss Hull Burton will »|)Clicl the i weekend ln.Mom|ihh as RUCSIK of Mr. anil Mrs, i-vcd Corkra.n John Uaudlll returned from Rochester, Minn, yesterday where he went to In' with his fiither, O. Cl. C'aiimll who underwent im opera- lion at the Mayo Clinic, Monday, Mr. Caiulill Is In the Colonial Ilos- pllnl. Hoom OH, HoehfsU'i'. Ills co-million Is very good lint he will remain there for about three weeks. I'olly Anne Altai, daughter ol . and Mrs. Kilward 11. Aiken ol larked Tree. Ark., Is resting wel t Willis Ikvspltal after an enier- ency operation for iu>|«ndlcllls. U H. Heiilsh is alile to be on lilcr having been confined to lib ionic with an Injected iooi. esses. Lodge Will Meet hlokusawba \M\KV No. l'J-1, K A. M-.wlll meet tonight li'JQ <X'k. at the hull in special coin- nlciillon, It was announced to'. Vork will Ue done In the M. M. cjjrce. Social Calendar THUiiSIMY'S EVKNT3 Mrs. A K. lluntley will enlcrlnl Fortnightly Club, Thursday Luncheon Cluli incotln with Mrs.' Russell I'hllllps. Mrs. Walter Pope. will be lo Hie Mid Week Club. Club I-Jluht will inert wllh Mi 11. (;, I'artlow. Mrs. G. O, llubbaul. Mrs. L. U. .Jhamblin and Miss Mildred l.ou lubbard will leave tomorrow, to\ \noxvillc, Teiin., lo visit George Jr.. iind Jack CihmuUUi vho attend (lie University of Ttii- lessee. While there they will intend ai oprn house ol the Sigma Alpha 'Mrs. lioy line. Kpsllon fraternity to which - .Mr. I l-'UHJAY'S EVENTS flubbard mid Mr. Chamblln belong. Tin 1 Pidellt, S. S. Class, Kh This Is a new house recently i>ui'-' Hapllsl Church will hns'C Dut chased ami rqdecoratcd by v tills Supper with Mrs. 0. II. Cartel- fraternity. ': 'o'clock. l.lcut. ij. g.» W. u. McClvirkln I o.ll.C. meeting with Mrs. O and Mrs. McClurkin have been Elklns Double l'\wr Club inccllna wl guests lor several days at the home of Mrs. McClnrkin's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. 1>. Powell of Luxora. Lieutenant MciOliii'klu, former su- .pcuiitcndent of Illylhevlllc schools, Mias been taking a course at Ohio , University and now is being transferred, fie is in Hie Naval lie-serve. Mrs. ,). E. . Itavsley veUuned Tuesday nitiht from Atlanta, where she went lo .spend a few days with Lieutenant Ileasley, stationed there in the Navy. ' Heo Ilea'th, chief petty officer In the U, S, Navy has left for Washington. U. C. for special ruining, after spending 17 days here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W .H. llculh. Mr. Heath was SATUliDAY'S KVKNTS ssQclutioii ot ' American Ui vi'rsity Women mcdina Sntunl 1941. He was originally stationed I at Bakerslield, Calii., and for the past several months has been at I the glider school, Fort Sumiier. * * * MRS. E1.DERT HUFFMAN HAS CLUB', 3 GUESTS Mrs. Ellis Snipes who is visiting j her mother, Mrs. 'H. L. Chambers Mrs. Max Logan and Mrs. Jhmii) lunch, Stevenson were guests of Mrs. El- bcrt Huffman yesterday aftcrnoor when she entertained the A. D. C mn |jy. | Club. Spring flowers were, used through out the entertaining rooms where the guests played bridge. Mrs. J. Farris McCalla wa I awarded the high score prize with | second high to Mrs.-James-Terry. The hostess served a salud plate for refreshments. Bin.,' MKS. EVAN'S HAVE IUNNKK I'AltTV Mrs. E. J. Evans was honor gucsl at a birthday dinner given Tuesday night at the home of Mr. and | Mrs. W. E. Evans, when there were 10 guests present. Dinner was served at the dining table, which had -as a centerpiece, « crystal bowl filled with mixed Spring flowers. Otticr vases I of flowers were used in the living room where games were played and oilier informal entertainment enjoyed during the evening. » * • MRS. POLLARD GUEST AT WEDNESDAY CLUK Mrs. R. L. Stockett entertained | members of the Wednesday Club and one guest, Mrs. W. J .Pollard, yesterday afternoon. The dining table where the guests were served the one-course hmch held a low bowl of mixed, Spring flowers. In the bridge games, liigh score was awarded to Mrs. Charles Rose with second high to Mrs. W. H. Minyard. IIO.YOUS ! I'HKKK VISITORS Mrs. "Colcy" Stevens entertained eight got'st-s for luncheon Monday afternoon in honor of Mrs. Van Wright of Arkadclphia, house guest of her sister, Mrs. Farmer England, Mrs. \V. J. Pollard and Mrs. Robert Porter of Detroit, found' residents of Ulytheville who are visiting their families here. The dining table where tile guests were served the two course lunch, had for a centerpiece a bowl of tulips and narcissi. The afternoon was spent infor- THRKi: TAlll.K CLUK MI:I:TS VI:STEIIDAV The Three Table Club met yesterday afternoon, with Mrs. Floyd Tharpc as hostess. Hie guests were Mrs. T, W. Goforth and Mrs. Norvcl Angel. Spring flowers were used through- cut the rooms where liunco was played. In the Raines, high score was awarded to Mrs. Earl Wilson, Mrs. R. E. Vanhocvier, bunco and Mrs. N. J. 'Humphrey was: low. A sandwich plate and cold drink; were .served at the conclusion of the gullies. JIItlDGE 1'AK't'V GIVEN AT I.AN'GSTOX HOME Mrs. C. C. Langslou and Mrs. Cecil NYroten entertained yesterday afternoon with a bridge party at the Lt'.ngstoh liome, in honor of" Mrs. M. I. Hclmulh, of Belleville, Texas, house guest of her sister, Mrs. P. L. Engler. Spring flowers were used throughout the entertaining rooms where the guests played bridge. Mrs. Loy Fll/i'.US CLASS TO HAVE SUri'KK Fidclis Sunday School Class o! . tile First Baptist Church .'will niccl ; I tomorrow night at the -home o Mrsi'rG. Rr-Carter, 1 129'.-Eit.s6 D* for a pol-luck supper. A prograo and business meeting will follow. Welch was presented the high score prize, Mrs. Lloyd Stick mon second. Mrs. Rodney JJanistcr, cnt prize and the guest of honor \as presented a gilt. Home made ice cream and cake was served for refreshments at the conclusion of the afternoon. MliS. 11ATTIK POTTEIl iiNTERTAINS CLDB All members were - present whci Mr.s. Hattlc Potter'-entertained Hi Wednesday Contract Club ycstci day -afternoon. Spring flowers Were used throii] the rooms where the guests playc New nwltr-inm. ' Cream Deodorant safely Stops Perspiration 1. Ones lint rotfJtcsscs or men's shins- Docs not itriutc skin. 2. No wiili tig to <lty. CanbeuitJ 3. lusiauity stnj'speupir.uioM for 1 10 3 days. Prevents cn!or. , 4. A j>iuc, whiic, Ktcasclcss, SlainlcK VJimllJtlg CICAin. 5. Awaitlcil Approv-i! Seal of Ainciionluiiluueof Ijuiulcr- ini; fitr !>cing Inrmlcjs 10 fabric. H ft NOW SHE SHOPS GASH AND CARRY Without Painful Backichi Many milfrii-it ri'liwo iificftluft hackud* ulcVlj, IIULV tlkov illtf^vi-r (tint- (lib rf»l ItoyouMiete. aqr « . lnln u (l:i IVhni ili iicli> im^t |ionj»b jm rikr vf klilury ftmrtlnji ntilrr i'[ Mtlnry funrt!oji if nnltn :iUrr In \vii\M\\ \\\ your hl.i^l, it !lf^l!!'?'' a'JS 0 ' 1 ""'i'V" 1 ^"' T "'''^''^ "'' lirntlnt-lion ntnl lllldiuM, ]'uH|iunt or polity your U1riL>>n or liljiiMi-r. Duti'l wuUI Ank ynui 1 iliu^uinl (<>r J)ouik'> ,lc, iwctl ulirri'MfnlLj- by niiltioiifi for over yv-.vi.. Tl«-y »| v « l,r, w w trllrl niut \vi!l \\t\ v CUB xrniui fiuiii >-uiirli|[>iKl. C!el Doini • rillt. Su'fcillc,iH So.ip will fU-jnsc ytnu .s|;m ilionni^lily Jiut J5 s<> [nirc .UK! iniltl ilini Ic tijitttf wiili cvi'ii sensitive coiiipicxions. Coinplcic tlc.in* lincss wiili L,., ,^. v allow all your niiur.il-he. .ippc.u, Hcvoail tli.u, no : "niMie you bcau(ifuS", SWEETHEART TOILET SOAP >•''' SOUP THU uneis WITH YOUR SKIH The Miracle In Permanent Waving! COM) KAY, (tie miHlvrn, selcn- Hllc wai - e. No heal—No nia- (•lilile-s. l>|-(ip Lit fur details. MARGARET'S HKAUTY SIIOI' 1UI S. I-'irst I'lmni- ARRID DON"' RINSE-PON'T TINT. ray Hair? Get "Gray vita 'IV.il:-. li;- l.'l.llillif RliRU/inooil llllli-«riiy hnii- viliuuin uis<.'-.»';i.Ty.C;di:iKrii I'unlo- Ihcnnle. tiliowed 111!'/-. h.iJ posilivc evi- ilfii'-c uf ilio ri'lmii of some l:nir Now ilnuiwmds n« <.illAV\ 11 A—10 ]i;X"i-('"liiiiiiil'iiiilolli('iii!le;jffM • viUiuiin Hi. Onlir (JIlAVVI'j'A ii-«v, M-dny sii|i|ily, *l.5p. 100 duja, $1-00. ' i'hunr, wrilu .KlltllV HKOS. l!U«i CO. lihUicvillc, Arkansas '.E.O. MAKE UANDAGKS j Chapter D of the P.KO. Sisterhood met yesterday morning at the surgical dressing room where they made bandages until 1 o'clock, after which they went to the home of Mrs. Marion Williams where they were served a two course luncheon. Spring flowers were used throughout, the entertaining rooms where the business meetinij was held following the luncheon. Guests were; Mrs. C. H. Nelson, mother of Mrs. Williams, and Mrs. Dixie Crawford. Saturday is America's mbst famous sport shoe reports for duty VA&MCN3 Ita. * AmtrW» un<holl»fl9<d ihoa volvi 'fff* Ornpus sensations for yc.irs . . . now they're the favorites with sm.ut, young canteen workers, volunteer nurses, active.women in and out of_uniform. Just Received! New Shipment of LUGGAGE Make Your Selection Early! "^ And We've Really Snagged a Bumper Crop, Mister! It doi'Mii'l lake much in liic wiiy of immu.v lo' H i\l<>lli«r know yon i-unium- hi'v . . . for (he snmlltsl Jj;in miikes iltslimrus. ilisiipiiunr mid hriiiKH you, home iifjain! Thoujili >'<>" i'im'1 K^l n fui'lniiKli or leave .,, . yiui «ui,ex»i liow nuiili filie nu'iins (n you hy rcniciuberiinf her on'iMolhur's ; l)ny. The Family Shoe Store 312 W. Main Phone 23*12 Here they are—"tops" in the "slraw vote"—cool as mint julep and twice as effective! May they be the only "shadows on your brow" from now until Fall! I.nvely New llnyooii CYNTHIA* SUPS 1.29 If yon bve frou-frou, lace and frills or if yon like plain, simply tailored styles—you'll Iind the slip of your choice at. Penney's! Kmmlh rayon crepe or will rayon satin some cleverly cut, on the bias—others I" fo " r K or c stialBla cut styles with double yoke. All si/.cs. Snirtrt New HANDBAGS • 98c to 1.59 Liny nuvolly fabrics or simulated leathers In the season's IjesV styles! .Sleek ?port types, soil pouches for casual costumes, iiml novelty styles for dresiy wear! lirliihl colors that look like spring! Sheer Cotl"ii HANDKERCHIEFS, • - - • - llcnrl-tt'ixrmhvs handkerchiefs .•;" ..giant bln.ssfims strewn ,. o\\ . r , .sheerest batiste in delightful', colors In check with everything • she'll wear Mils conilnij spring! ,, Present her with several—soslic can tuck one In her |iockcW- Ilaunl another from her l>ag^ ( A Wide Selection From 2 25 ABO • to *T * 'Others From 1.09 m^ \ Joe Isaacs, Inc. In mijthevillc Since 1902 WOMEN'S GOWNS Of I.ovcly Ilaynn Salin 1.98 Flattering gowns of smooth rayon satin . . . cut to (It lo perfection! Wide skirted . . . nt- (crl waists and ,-in assortment of necklines she'll Iind Intriguing! All dainty with fine laces, embroideries or neat little ribbon bowst Tea rose or hlue. Sizes 34 lo 40. l.iivcly I-'nII-I-'asliioncil RAYON HOSIERY 79c SpriiiK brgel« thoughts of nciv fashions . . . fresli wardrobes . . , and an Important part of the picture Is careful planning of your accessories! New rayons come first . . . ! the lovely full-fashioned hosiery in cvrry-day service weights or thrlllingly beautiful chllToiis Jor best! Daintily k'nlbrolilcr'cd!_ NECKWEAR Give new life lo your milling wardrobe with lovely lace.-crisp nifllcd organdy or'rayph "sheer, collars! -.;',• -i See our selection of, clever styles, isc-me with matching 'cuffs!, and fflect several to give';.lasl.years dresses a fresh sprinst IOO'K! .»• SHOP EARLY For Gifts Tlml Musi He . Mailed!
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