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I PAGB TOU» BLYTHEVILLB (ARKJ OOURIEX NEWS Society Phone 4461 ||&s William. Is Wed }To Walter Grissum I Mr. «nd Ure. Robert Williams of KJoinell, today "announce the mar- ,'rfife of their daughter, Mix Mona iBue William* to Walter Grissum, i eon Of .Mr- ojid»Mrs. E. E. Qrlssum ;«f Hermoridale, Mo. j The wedding tfas solemnized Sat- turday, Mar. 20. at the home of the fRev. H. L.'' Robinson, pastor of the 'Oosnell Methodist Church. ', The bride wore a grey suit with •bUc'i accessories and she pinned a v eor»aB« of white gardenias at her • jhoulder. ' . Miss Jackie Chrlstner was maid "w honor. She wore a yellow wool i dress and a corsage of white carna- -tlons. Eugene Grissum served hi* brother as b«st man. ' ; Mrs. orlssum Is a senior «t Gos- nelJ High school and Mr. Grissum attended schools al Holland. Alter couple, ' brief wedding trip, the make their home In Memphis where h« will attend Business School, •' . * » • t - -• , " .•. •'Birthday Dinner Given •At: Cake Street Church A birthday dinner was civen by the Women's Society of Christian Service of .the Lake Street Methodist church at 11:30 yesterday at th« ch'iirch, honoring members o( the; society who celebrated birthdays In' the flrsf three months ot the year. ••• , Honored guests were Mrs. Ivor- ion Mon-i«, Mrt. J. W. Matoney, Mr». Homer Tinker and Mrs. Jtm- , my 'senders, i The Uble at which the dinner i was served, was covered with a i white linen cloth and centered with ;. a low bowl filled with Jonquils. ', The Rev. H. H. Blevlns gave the thanks and Mrs. 0. T. Shnm- '( lln gave the devotional taken from Matthew. Mrs. Shamlln also read * a poem entitled "Mothers Love." j Mrs. George Crews ottered a pray- I «• and Mrs. Morris sang . a eolo ' entitled "dalvary." i Mm. George Skelton gave a re' port on the W.S.C.8. cohierence : that was held in West. Memphis : last week at which she and .Mrs. I George siilH'pirattended. Mrs. Skelton was also. jip_Ppl»ted at this meeting M chairman of the M' gjonary Log. Mrs. Stilwcll presided over 1 Ihe 1 short business meeting and Mrs. p. ! B. Jarrett closed the meeting with • prayer. ' New members attending were ! Mrs. Jimmy Sanders, Mrs. A, B. Birthday Celebrated By Steve Schumacher Bteve Schumacher of Memphis, who ha« been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. a. A. Kindmxn and daughters, Ann and Kay, for the past week, celebrated his sjxtli birthday liere Sunday with a parly at the Hlnriman home on Hrn'rn.Sl. Martha Ellen Williams found the prize In the Easter egg hunt and other games were played during the afternoon with Joy Skallcr winning the prizc.- The refreshment table was centered with a pink and white birthday cake and tiny pink candles. Ice cream and other a-ssoitcd party foods added to the decorations on the table. Entertaining rooms of the home were decorated to carry out tha Easter theme. Mrs. Hindman was assisted in entertaining by her daughters, Ann and Kay. Out of town guests for the occasion were Steve's parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Schumacher, his brother, Davlti, and his grandmother, Mrs. E. Wells, all of Memphis. At The Hospitals Blylhtvllle Dismissed: Mrs. B. D. Lowell. Huffman, Robert Harold Rambo. city. Noel Scott, city. Bobby Jean Walton. Luxoia. Mrs. Wayne Lewis and baby, city. Mrs. W. O. Goblc. city. Mary Loui Louis, Armorel. Lula B. LouU, Armorel. Mrs. Louis J. Partridge Jr., city. Mrs. M. L. Wood, city. Shcran Smith, city. Wallt Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Sara Truitt, Steele, Mo. Mrs. Pcarlle Wright, Steele, Ma. Mrs. Pauline Hollls, Manila. . Lewis and Mrs. C. C. Thompson. • | Program Meeting Isi'HeliJ •By W. S. G. S. At.Chiirch ( The Women's '^Society' of • Ohrls- 1 [ tlsn Service of lite First Methodist | j n Manila O n June n. [ Church met yesterday at the church I j, Irs . John Bcar dcn of i for a study course and pot luck J5nve the p ,- O gram on "Our Com- Missco Baptist Women Meet at Leachville ( The fourth quarterly banquet .and business meeting of the Mississippi County Baptist Business Women's Federation, met Thursday night, Mar. 18. nt Hie Lcachvillp High School home-economics, cot- tsBC. Mrs. Ivan n. VimPatlon. president ol the federation, presided during the business meeting. A nominal- Bits of News Dick Williams, »on of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Williams will leave Apr. 3 for Memphis, where he will lake an examination to enter Yale Unverslty, New Haven, Conn. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Roush and daughters, Sandra Kay and Rhonda Gay of Nashville, Tcnn., spent the weekend here with Mr. Roush's lather, O. A.' Roush and family and Mrs. Roush's mother. Mrs. Myrtle Rylce and family. Miss Iva Seay, Miss Sara Grace Joyncr and Mrs. Rouse Harp are spending today in Memphis. Mrs. Willie Rlddick and sons, Bilty and Jackie, and Mrs, C. Smith and son, of Strcle, Mo., and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Foley and son. Jimmy, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Nlliord -Miller Sunday nifilit. Condition of Judge Rolaitd Green, who underwent a major operation Saturday al Memphis Methodist Hospital, Ls satisfactory. Mrs. Green Is with him. Mr. and Jwrs. J. M. Williams had as their weekend guests, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Busby and .Mr. and Mrs. Tracy Phyler ol Memphis. Mrs. W. A. Affllck and son, Bill Jr. are spending today in Memphis. Mr. aiid Mrs. C. A. Hindman hart as their guests ove rtlie weekend her mother, Mrs. E. Wells and her sister. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Schumacher and son, David, all of Memphis. 6teve Schumacher, their son, wflo ha.« been visiting here for the past week accompanied them home yesterday. Among those who are in Memphis to attend the opera. "Song of Norway' 1 at EllU Auditorium tonight are Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Haines, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Gee, Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Lynch and Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Kirby. Mrs. George Stilwcll spent Saturday in Joncsuoro with her daughter, Miss George Ann Stllwcll, who Is .1 student al Arkansas State College there. Pery Lcc Adklnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Adkisson of Armorel, who Is a student at the University of Arkansas, has been elected as business manager for the agriculture magazine, the Arkansas Agrlcul- ing committee composed of Mrs. urist John Wells o^Lcsichvillc^Mrs^Lo-l O ut of town people here yesterday for the funeral of Mrs. O. B. reiie Austin of Manila, Mrs. E. H. Mann of Osccola, Mrs. Thelma Atkins of the First Baptist church here and Miss Mildred Franks of Calvary Baptist Church, were appointed for the purpose of nominating officers for Ihe year 1048-49. They will make their report at the next quarterly meeting, which will nt the first Baptist church Lciichville I luncheon. I melioration Year." Histories of Mrs. L. E. Old , was In charge of; somn of lll(! outstanding songs i the program and presented .the first: wh!ch llav( . hecn ,, s( , d Rs ycar sonBS I chapter uf life. book., "Committed (or the W.M.U/S were given by vat Unto Us" by Charles: LaMott. oth-JHous mcmhers O f the Leaclivitle | ers who jiarttclpatcd on the pro-1 circle. Musical numbers were pre- Bpone who died Saturday of injuries received when struck by a truck in front of her home Friday night were Mr. and Mrs. Cleatus Boone nn<i son of Albcrniare. N. C., 'Clayton' Doone of Carl6, ; I1I., Mr: and Mrs. Walter Boone and son of Elazabethtown, Ky., Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Boone and sons of Murray, Ky , Mr. and-Mrs. Alvln'Kowerl of Rock Island III., Dr. and Mrs. Howard Boone of Memphis, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Boone of Louisville, Ky., and Mr. ami Mrs. David Boone and daughter of New Orleans, La. tram were Mrs. H. W. Wylie. Mrs. j smtco by'Belly Steed and Shirley | Boptfjt W.M.S. Meets i H. N. Whitis. Mrs.' R. B. Stout, ] Ncwsom." A trio composed of mem- ] Mrs. u E. Baker and Mrs. William i D ers of the Leachville Y.W.A.'s pre- i Wyatt. . • • jsented several numbers also. The program wu.'followed by «n j Mrs. J. D. Wilkins of Leachville ; executive board meeting. ! gave the devotional on the subject .Luncheon was served nt small; or "What Hrwe You New For .tables covered with white cloths i Easier?" Dr. Edna Nles of Blythc- ( and centered with an-Rttractive ar-jvillc, advisor for the federation. I rangement of jonquils. Other.mixed i discussed with the group plans for , Spring flowers were used in the; attending the second state business ; decorating of the room: i Miss Huffman Is Hostess j To G. E. 0. Bridge Club | Miss Jellye Huffman was hostess j list night at- her home to members I of the G. E- O. Brlrtge Club, ; During the'evening when bridge games were played. Mrs. Joseph W. women's circle banquet which will be held at the Firsl Baptist cliurch in Little Rock. April M. Guests Included the Rev. P. H. Jernigan or Blythevilie. . WiilinghamAwarded Certificate of Honor 1 Coming Events , Social Calendar Wednesday Chapter D, P.E.O. Sislerhood meeting with Mr*. B. A. Lynch and Mri, Robert A. Porter. B. K. I. M. club being entertained at the home of Mr*,. Paul Chamber*. Town *nd Country Club meeting «t th« home or Mrs. O. W. Mccutchen. Wednesday Bridge Club bemc entertained at the home of Mri. Monroe Grain, Avalon Bunco Club meeting at the home of Mrs. Raymond Sham- lln. * Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Big- ma Phi having Informal "Rush Party" at the home of Mrs. R. B. Purvis at 3:00 p.m. The Lange and Central Parent, Teachers Association will meet Wednesday afternoon, 2:30, In the auditorium at Lange School, for its final lesson and study course. An interesting program ha* been planned. Thursday Phebean Sunday School Class of (lie First Baptist Church will have Iheir \ regular monthly meeting Thursday, 7:30 p.m., nt the home ot Mrs. Theodore Logan. Mrs. Byron Morse entertaining memb'crs of the Thursday Luncheon Club. Jolly Eight Club members being entertained al the home of Mrs. Nevlll Blnkemore. Thursday Contract Club meeting at the home of Mrs. E. R. Lancashire. Club Eighl meeting at the home of Mrs. Jesse M. White. Krtda.r Ladles of the First Christian Church will have prayer services at the church at 2:30 p. m. The public- is Invited to attend. Woman'.* Club meeting at 2:30 p.m. at the club house. Mrs. Ebb Reynolds entertaining members of Alpha Beta Bunco Club. Mrs, James Roy entertaining members of the Friday Bridge Ciub at her home. TUESDAY, MARCH 28,1948 Civic Calendar Tuesday American Legion—8:00 p.m. Wednesday KIwanis Club—12:10 p.m. Thursday Rotary Club—12:10 p.m. Chamber of Commerce Bonrd ot Directors—2:30 p.m. Friday Jnyccette Stunt Nlght-;B:00 p.m. Student Council Meets At Keiser High School The Kclser High School student council met Mar. "16 In the Home Economics Cottage for a business nieet'ng. Reports from various committees were - given and plans were made for trie Federation meeting which will be held In Hot> Springs, April 29 and 30. Geneva Bruce. Tommy Parish, Nannie Sue Crews and Donald Crews were elected as representatives to attend the meeting. They will be necoinpa inert there by Miss Martha Kay stone, who, is their sponsor. We the Women /'The male «nlmal simply ha* to play the ittrrlng role or th« mir- rlag* will ilip," ujn in expert oa family relation*. At this point wonitn ma? well ask: "Well, why doetn't ht to ahead nd play the slarrtnj rol«?" If H'i so important for Papa to •tar in the drama of family lilt, why hu he relinquished ao many of the right* ot the atar to Mama? Once he wa* the family'* aole breadwinner. That In itself gave him the leading role In the family. But every year more and more married women take Job*. Once 11 was Papa who made the family's big decisions. Now he either puts half the responsibility for making decision! on Mama'* shoulders, or he lets her tell him what the family is going to do. Fa pa. Better Get Bu«y Once Pspa laid down the law when It came to what the kidi could and couid not do, and wa* the disciplinarian when the kid* didn't toe the mark. Mama now haa the say-so on bringing up the children It loots » though Papa 1* only too willing to let Mama take over many of the responsibilities that were once hi.% and then complain that he's no longer the star. He shouldn't expect to play a minor role in family life and get star billing- if he "simply hu to play the starring role"—as Ihs psychologist claims—then he'd better jet busy and play it. 2 Hurt in Explosion NASHVILLE, Tenn., Mar 33 (UP) —Two men were suffering from minor injuries today, the result of an air conditioning unit explosion In a restaurant here yesterday. The men were Lee Maples, 2* Wedding Coke Towers Over Them Maxie Bournslein, who claims to be the smallest taxi-cab driver in liie nation, has to clinib on the table to cut his \veddinfi cake. The 36-year-old, 3G-inch-tall taxi driver married Hilda Schuckman in St. Louis. The new Mrs. Bournslein is only 34 inches tal\. and John Moore, 23. The explosion _._ ln st - Louis. The new Mrs. Bournslein is only 34 inchc; also blew » large metal tank thr-!------..--.------.-.._....._-__.__.__..._. ough » brick chimney Into an ad- iplnlng store. Road Funds Allocated LITTLE ROCK, March 23. (UP) — The 10 highway maintenance Jis- Iricts of Arkansas, today held the promise of an additional $363,000 for the remainder of the fiscal year. Highway Director J. c. Baker said the Increase was made because of the heavy damage, done to the roads during'the freezes and thaws early this year. The money \vlll be taken from funds the department had earmarked for new construction. With Mrs. Howard King , The Women's Missionary Society of the Number Nine Baptist Church met yesterday at the home of Mrs Howard King. , The program was opened with the group repeating the watchword tor the year. Mrs. King gave Ihe devotional taken from Psalms and Deuteronomy. During the program. Mrs. Raymond Whittle spoke on the subject, "Home Sweet Home." after Kliich Mrs. Herahel Bustin talked on "Influence of the Home". Other talks were given by Mrs. Bob Stovall. who subject was "Building a Christian Home" and Mrs, Everett Rhodes, who chose "The Home ANNOUNCEMENT There will be a candlelight service at the First Christian Church at 7:30 p. m. Thursday night. The public is cordially invited to attend To Address Graduates MORRILTON, Ark., March 13. (UP)—Associate Justice Ed P. Me- ' Faddin of the Arkansas Supreme Court has been chosen ai the commencement speaker at Arkansas A. and M. College here May 24. The baccalaureate sermon will be given by the Rev. Reginald D. Washington, pastor of the First Baptist Church of Mojitioello on May 23. Ex-Mayor's Mother Dies NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark. March 23. (UP)—Funeral services were planned today for Mrs. John B. Sprick, 73, the mother of former mayor of Little Roclc Dan T. Sprick, who died at her home yesterday. She was a member of the Presbyterian church of Lonoke mid past president of Riverside Parent- Teacher Association of North Little Hock. Mrs. Velda WIlliiiRham. who Is a j and Mission" a.i her subject.. \ r - r * i i •!-" •'.: ....11. »». iijn ^ T inui^. t irt m, Vi |IU IA ft I «,^-?! lcy wo 'V hlgh nlld Mrs - R «y Social Science teacher at Blythe- WhiUliigton. bridge. , villc Junior High .<=x;hool has been , Entertaining rooms of the home awarded a Quiz Kid Certificate of , were attractively decorated with Honor. Spring flowers. ; Butonne Jamw s»iu In her letter „,'.", ~i" — s ..v..,^,..,. ouiuiiiie jamc* s«iu in ner letter T_, r! .,, r nf , n , a „ ,j ; Tne-hnsless served a dessert, saying that Mrs. willlnKham was - . . * *' ard ' i Cour5c - the teacher who had Influenced her i "' mnst In her school studies. This makes Mrs. Wllllngham ell- ainle for the title of the Best "The Finest Gift for Everyone Russell Stover Hollingsworth *»•« Boxed Sweet, WOODS DRUG STORE 221 Wesf Main Phone 507 Enjoy the finest in Food at these new REDUCED PRICES Plate Lunch 50c Regular Dinner 85c Still the Same High Quality Food! 60FF HOTEL COFFEE SHOP REGISTER YOUR BABY TODAY in Beta's Baby Review Mail This Enfry Blank With $T to P. O. Box 437, i Blythevilie I'ai-cnls" Nnme , Phone Circle Meetings Held By Methodist W.S.C.S. OSCEOLA, Ark., March 23—Th« Woman's Society ol Christ fan Service of the Mcthodisl Church met In circle groups yesterday afternoon with 16 members present. Circle One met In the home ol Miss Nettie Grey and Mrs. Mary Spann, with Mrs. Ruth Swansey aj co-hostess. Mrs. Spann gave the devotional and Mrs. Bryan Mention, chairman, conducted the business session. Mrs. John W. Edrington was hostess to Circle Two with 14 members and one guest, Mis. W. p. Samse, present. Co-hostesses included Mra. George Abrey, chairman, Mrs. Martin and-Mri. lima Bandy. Mrs. O. M. Harwell was In charge ol th« program and gave the devotional. Mrs. Bruce Colbert directed the cn^ lerlainment during the social hou'M Circle Three met in the home <!r Mrs. E. H. Burns for a 1 o'clock luncheon with n members and two guests, Mrs. H. -J. Couclunan and Mrs. N. R. Gillespie, present. Mrs. George nalloue acted as co-liosteis. Mr.s. Eugene Sliancfclt. chairman, presided during the business meeting and Mrs. Tnl Tongate gave the devotional. Others who took part on the program were Mrs. Burn* and Mrs. M, L. Waggoner. Mrs. Balloue was in charge of the entertainment. Baby's N;ime . . Address If Talen, what? Entered by . .. . (Plcnse Sign) Regis!ra I ion Jjlank Covers Adm. for one iiarent. April 2, High School Auditorium ,1 , Rottirock Drug Store 205 West Main St. Phone 4451 SEASONABLE DRESSES Reduced P/*N n/ Over O VJ •% Reg. 9.98-10.98 - - - NOW $4 Reg. 12.88-13.98 - - - NOW $5 SKIRTS Reg. 4.98-Now ^2.00 ...but my new • KOOTIRS o r« cu i»r 1 Red, Green, Brown & White, Solid White ,.,ond this California buckle' pump It just right for business or iport wear. N«w height wedge for eomforl and styl« and mad* in California colon...19 pliaiinj la th« eye...hand lasted.. $7,98 nationally o d v • r! 11 • DIAL J362 202 W. MAIN CHOP Blytheuille, Rrhansas Continuous Shows livery Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCX 8:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday Pi rates of Monterey with MarU Mnnlei'and R6<J Cameron . Selecled Short Subjects Continuous Show ins Everyday COMING SOON TO THE RITZ ARNELLO AFFAIR with John Ho- rtiak A Frances Gifford 4te FOXES OF HARROW with Rex Harrison & Maureen O'Hara THE tJNSUSrKCTF,f> with Claud* Raines & Joan Caulficld HIGH WAM, wifh Robert Taylor . and Audrey Totter THUNDER IN THE VALLEY with Tessy Ann Garner and Lon McPallisler. \ Ulllcu Upens Show Starts 6:45 Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. A Sun. B*rgain Nijhl Every Nijht Except .Saturday No phases honored »n Suntfoy M • Roxy Theatr* ™ Tuesday and Wednesday DOUBLE FEATURE X A UNIVKSAt MCTUfit «« JHOMAS GOME2 • GALE SONDERGMRO RAY COLLINS • ERNEST TRUE* JEROUK COWAH

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