PAGE TWO BLYTHEV1LLE (AKK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, APRIL 17, 104*1 Miss'Mary Jean Af'fiick Is Marrjed SqtOr'day To Lieut. W R. Hartigan Miss Mary Jean Afflick became Die bride of Lieut. William Robert Hartigan of Burlington, Conn., in an impressive ceremony pel-formed Saturday afternoon, 4:30 o'clock, at the home of her parents, Mr. and Jlra. Charles Willis Afflick. The Rqv. E. C. Brown, pastor of Uie First Baptist Church, solemnized the double ring ceremony in the presence of more, than 100 guests. entire lover floor of the home had been thrown open witli the entertaining rooms effectively decorated with'bridal whl(e flowers especially appropriate tor. the occq- sion. Vtisfs of white st<x:k, sweetpens .ind carnations were arranged lj) the icce"ptIon r haU, while the circular si/"- flotvn whlcfi the bride descended \vns'entwined with maldeti- . hair fern arid clusters of white gardenias. The fireplace,in the formal drawing room of the Mount Verriofi homo formed an effective background; for the bridal parly, where nn oil painting of (lie lirlde, over the mantel,' was bordered with maidenhair fern nhd white gardenias. Sevres urns filled; with white; sweetpcas anrt slock 'werf used at either end of the mint?l while tall floor baskets filled with white snapdragons, white car nntions and slock flanked the the dining room were Miss Mftrjqrto Warren, Miss Betty Isaacs, Mrs. Richard Bltind Logan Jr., Mrs, John R. McDoimld, Mrs. Charles Blttner, Mrs. Melvln Necly Young, Mrs. Warren Brown of Helena, nml Mrs. E. B. dee. Vases of mixed Spring flowers were arranged throughout tlie other rooms of the home, with variegated snapdragons used lo feature the decoration of the recreation room Miss Rosetla Posey, daughter of Mr. anil Mrs. Edgar Poscy. formerly of IJlj'tlieville and now of Dell. The tyaby lias not yet been nain- * • • Daughter Born Yesterday Mr.'and Mrs. W. N, Goodrich announce the birth of n daughter Sunday fit their home on North Highway 01. . Tlie baby has Jjcen named Mary Kty. TJic Qoodrlehea have two other daughters arid ihVee sons. illiam W. Edringlon Weds Marguerite Millican OSCEOLA, Ark., Aptll 17.—Mr. and Mrs. J. V Mllllcon of Newport, Avk,, have announced tlie marriage of Iheir daughter, Miss Mnrgucrllc (Margo) Millican, (o Stuff Sofgt. William W. Edrmgton, Mi. and Mrs. J. A. Lcecli. Mr. and Mi's. Ross D. Hughes :md Ml 1 . and Mrs. Russell Phillips. Mrs. Aubrey Comvny, Mrs. A. G. mile, Airs. Byron Morse and Mrs, ol greeted . D. Tanner the guests at Harry Kirby presided over the bride's book. Ueiileiinnt Hnrllgnn nnd Ills bride left Insl night, for Columbus, Ohio, where he will be reassigned for Tlie marriage was solemnized April 6 In the home of the bride's parents, with the Rev. Charles Millican, nwisltmt dean of Union - _ , place TV,in gardenia 'rees were u J j duty The son of W Horton Hnrti- •' " '"-'•" ' """ """- to form a setting of unusual beauty for the cejemoriy Other flooi tnsketj of stock nnii smpdrigoiis weie used on cither tide of the double doors into tlie reception hall while vases of white stock; and'. white. '-carnations we're placed beneath tlie two pier mirrors which stand on either side of the drawing room. Preceding; the ceremony an elaborate program -of prtfrnipUal music was 'given 'by Mrs. Dillon G. Powl«ton pltfnist Slid Tech Sergt Fowl stou \ocallst of New York and Blythmille Army Air Field Included on the program were 'Krst Arabesque", Debussy; "Arietta Grieg Love Poem Grieg "MnylNlglil", Pahngren; "Romance", Sibelius; "Evening Star" from "Tau- hauser", Wagner; "Nocturne", Chopin; ''My Heart At-Thy Sweet Voice", .Saint-Saens;,; "Poem", 'FiMch, nil played by Mrs. Fowlston, Sergeant Fowlston sang Uvo solos, "Calm As The Night", Bohm, and "I Love Thee", G by 3\trs. rowlston, "I Love Thee", Grieg, accompanied The "Bridal Chorus" from Lohengrin by Wagner was used as the pro- cessidnal, while Mrs. Pbwlstoa played "Moonlight Sonata", Beethoven, during the exchange of vows. Following the ceremony Heet- .hovon's "Pur Eilse" and the "An- "dante CantabUe" from the string quartet Opus 11 by Tschalkpwsky were played. ' ( Miss Lynette Tucker, maid of honor and the bride's'only tilten- Slic wore a frock of pastel pink moussoline de sole, fashioned with a basque waist and bouffant floor length:,skirt.. The demure .square Ban oi Burlington, Lieutenant Hnr tlgan recently returned to the United Sintcs after several months combat service. Mrs. Hartigan wore for traveling, a two piece suit, of light green wool, with accessories of a harmonizing brown and n corsage ol orchids. Out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey White and daughter, Anne, of Osccola, Mr. nnrt Mrs,- John MAhnn of Princeton, Ky., Mrs. W. n. Tanner, Mrs. Warren Brown, Mrs. George C. Grncrnfl and Mrs. Hwi-y O, Stephens, all of Helena, Miss Sue Ramey of Memphis, Miss Betty Brooks Isaacs, who is attending University of Arkansas, Ffiyelle- ViUc,, Mr. and Mrs. N. L, Mnyhnll and Miss Bess Berry of Greenville, Miss., and Cadet Lo\ils Lynch, Castle Heights Military Academy, Lebanon, Teiui. * * • Luncheon Given Saturday Honoring Bridal Parly Mrs. Aubrey Conway, Mrs. Harry Kii-by and Mrs. Hoss D. Hughes entertained with Saturday at 1 compliment lo Miss Mary Jean Af- fitck and her finncee, Lieut. Willlnm Robert Hnrtigan of Burlington, Conn., whose marriage wns solemnized that afternoon, Tlie affair, the final In a series of parlies given last ; week honoring the coiiplb,'\Vns attended by mcm- . bcrs ol the bridal party and out- of-town guests In Blylheville for the wedding. 1 Luncheon was served from the dining table, covered with a Vene- 11 buffet, luncheon o'clock, in special ing. The bride wore a wedding- dress of white faille silk, fashioned along princess lines. Her lint was of feathers with a matching veil and she carried n colonial bouquet of |)!nk radlRlnce rosebuds and white carnations. Mrs. C. B. Pipkins of Memphis served as her sister's only attend- ant.Henry Swltt of Osccola wis best; man. Mrs. Edrlngton was graduated from Newport high school and later attended Bule Mountain Cpl- lege at Blue Mountain, Miss. Edrlngion has recently returned from 23 mouths service in the So.nth Pacific with the Army Air Forces. Bits of News Mostly Personal Featured In Class Play neckline.•dniie dress 1 was tiraped'to , Ulm lncc clolh , nnd centered with form:soft tows of self material: She ™. • t ™ 1 5?™ n .L 0 . t ..^.™"^: 'spray of yellow Dutch iris P" s , nwl plllk S . W «IPCBS In a silver hair, and Parried a Spring °°*}: „.,„_',__ : wore. n in her hair, and carried a Spring bouquet of pink snapdragons and Other Spring (lowers were used throughout the entertaining Miss Sue Rfliney of Memphis spent the weekend here with her parents, Mr-.and Mrs. O. W. ftam- ; cy, having come up especially to attend the wedding Saturday afternoon of Miss Mary Jean Afflick to Lieut. William Robert Harligan. .Mrs. J. C. nonch, who was admitted to Walls Hospital yesterday, underwent ,n minor operation there tills morning. The Rev. O. K Kagey of Cockeys- vllle, Md.,- Is spending- the week here as the Buesl of his son, Llent, C!uy Kagey ami Mrs. Kagey. Mrs. Warren. .Brown, Mrs. Oeorgc C. Cracrnft, Mrs. Harry Q.Stephens !\nd Mrs. W. B: Tanner, nil of 'Helena, have returned home after attending the Hnitigaii - Aflllck wedding Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Broffn and Mis. Tanner "were the guests of Mrs. Tanner's slater, Mrs. I Ross D. Hushes and Mr. Hughes, while Mrs. Cracraft and : ^rrs. , Stephens vtBllc'd'Mr. and Mrs. J. Coming EveoU TUESDAY Mrs. M. G. Goodwin entertaining BI-Monthly Urldge Cluu. Mrs. chpries • crlggtr Jr., *nt*r-. lainljiig Tuesday Bridge Club. Double a Club meeting with Mrs. Albert K. Tsylpr, Maple orovc Cemetery Association, meeting with Mrs. J. D BarkKlnle, 3:30 i>. m. .Uinge Pnrent Teacher Association meeting'at Bchool for eleetlo.n of offlcera, 3 p. m. WEDNE8DAV Mrs. James n. Clark eriteflamtng Town and Country plub. . . , Mrs. ppul Prj'or entertaining Wednesday contract Club. A. D, o. Club meeting with Mrs. James Terry Mrs. Charles Rose .entertaining Wednesday Bridge Club. > Central Ward Parent-Teacher AsV soelation meeting at school at 3 p.m., preceded by executive board meeting at 2:?o p.m.: THURSDAY Mrs. B. A. Lynch entertaining Mid week Bridge Club. Mrs. H. C. Blankenshlp enler- UiIng O. N. B. qUlb. Club Eight meeting with Mrs. . O. poelz. Mrs. John Foster entertaining Double Four Club. Thursday Contract olub meeting with Mrs. G. E.- Keck. FRIDAY Chapter "N" of P.'E. O. mating with Mrs. Dixie Crawford, 4 p. in. C. B. O. club meeting with Mrs. O. O. Elklns. Mrs. c. P. Tucker entertaining Friday Luncheon Club. At the Hospitals Admitted— Mrs. Agle Mae McBrUSe city. Paul CaldweU Jr., Batesvllle. Mrs, J. C. Roach, city. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Charles McLaln. Luxora, a son yestcvdtvy. Dismissed— Pearl Cumpliell, city. Mrs. E. L, EVahs/city. Mavis Smith, Pprtagevllle, Mo. Mrs. Mahaley, Bryeans city. "• Blyfneviliei Hospital ' Admitted— . ; • Arllmr Bolln, Warden, Mo. Mrs. Curl Dixon, city. ; Born to Mr. and.. Mra. James Tliompson, Rl, -l, city, a, son, Sat iii'flny. Born to Corpl'.'Ena Mrs.. John Ciarlti city, a son Saturday, Dlsiiilisec— Mrs. Olau Wright, city. Henr>' Ward; city. Mrs. O. A. Roiise, city. Mrs. Lola culbertsbn, cily. Memphis MelhoiUHl Hospital Admitted—' • •'• • T. M. Handley, Hayti,Jjlo. Legion Dinner Planned . For 26th-AnniYersbry • Members of tlie American Legion Auxiliary will entertain Dud Cason Post of the Legion tomorrow night 8 o'clock, at the hut !n honor of the .Legion's 28th anniversary. All members of the post haVe been invited lo attend the dinner, for which a program,of-special enler- talnment lias been • arranged. George Moore ami Mary Gray, -who have the leading-roles-to-"Nine Uve.5 of Emily," a play which will be presented, by the Senior class ol Blylheville High School, at 8 o'clock Thursday night,\ April 27, in the high school auditorium. an original model : of softest white Mlss '' min !vlr ?- W nrre " °- Brown moiissellnc de sole, made with a Jr - Mr5 - Q corge C. Cracraft, Mrs. V-neckline and draped 'with a band Hnrr1 ' G - Stephens and Mrs. W. B. of Chantilly lace embroidered wH»i Ta>lller ° r Helena, seed pearls. .The long fitted sleeves „ * : * * . c:i(!ed in points over the hands .while Supper Club Entertained tne very full hooped skirl extended n », , », ... into a sweeping train. iDy i\'ll', and IVirS. names -.- Jier veil of misty illusion fell from 11 coronet"of.'seed pearls, banded ' Mr. .nnd "lifts. Harry W. Halnes across the" back of the head with entertained members of the Supser : orange blossoms and swept into a-C!ub and three guesls, IvSr. and Mrs. full train. Her shower bouquet was Godfrey White .of Osceola, .and of white sweetpeas and purple j Mrs. M. O. Usrey. last night at tnolr thrpa)«d white orchids. / ] home on Chlcltasnwba Avenue. Lieut, Charles Blttner, a former The Iwo course dinner ivn's served business associate of the bridegroom <& small InWes arranged In the in Hartford, Conn., who now is sta- tionefl at Biylheviile Army Air Field served Liteutenant Hartigan as best man. ; : Immediately following the wed- liing'ceremony .a reception was held. The long dining table, covered with o cut work linen cloth, was centered with mi arrangement of white sweejpeas and white rosebuds living room, where mixed Spring flowers were used. A large bowl of white stock was arranged in tlie center of the dining table. In the bridge games plnyed during the evening. Mr. and Mrs. R. t. Banister received high score club prize anfl Mrs. White was high among the guests. - . Smvthe Jr., Saturday after a week spent in Little Rock and Helena, Ark, Scrgt. and Mrs. Thomivs E. Tinker arrived yesterday from Shepherd Field, Texas, to spend n 10-dny furlough here as guests of Sergeant Tinker's parents, Mr. ami Mrs. H. E. Tinker. Mrs. J. c. Ellis Is tn Mexnyhis with her mother, who,Is n patient at Methodist Hospital, V4- Mr. and Mrs. 1 J. T. Peterson and children. Carolyn and James, and Mrs. Allen'- Pickard, spent yesterday in Brownsvl!le,--Teiin.,' \vltli Mrs. Ella Solomon, mother of Mrs. Peterson and Mrs. Pickard. Mrs. Solomon, who has been-quite ill for sev- crttl jays, was Improved last night. Church nt .Morrlllon^ follojyejl ^ a supper at Mollier""ix)dge "ori Mount pcllt Vean^wriwe' i t-iie ; deie- es spent the night and where the meetings of Ihc second day were held. Mrs. 7A\ D. Harrison, president of the Women's Auxiliary of Ihe local church, and Mrs. B, C. Allen, n delegate from Blylhcvlllc, nlso have relurhed from the picsyb- (erlal, « mceling of the women of the Presbyterian churches, held Thursday and Friday in Little Rock. Santa' .Ana, Call/.! We spending an | eight" d"a'y" furlough' here as guests of-l^is parents, Mr.-and Mrs. o. E. , Cross' SivSergeant Cross JIBS been transferred to Camp Lee, Va.. Osceola News Staff Sergt. and Mrs. Oltn E. Cross, who have been stationed at Stevens Named Representative For Presbytery Ross Stevens has returned from he was a delegate from the First Presbyterian Church, in Blylheville, and where he was elected as one of two elders from, the Presbytery to attend the general assembly, a meeting ot the Southern Presbyterian Churches to lie held May 25 at Montreal, N. C n ineetimj of the Arkansas Pres-1 Tlie meeting on- April H was bytery held April n anil 12 when'held In the First -Presbyterian Dine In The Beautiful SPANISH COFFEE SHOP Hotel Noble PLATE CO LUNCHEON DOC Delicious, Home Cooked Meals. W/iy Mountain Valley Woter . is recommended for ARTHRITIS—KIDNEY and BLADDER conditions • This natural mineral water from Hot Springs, Arkansas, helps to— 1. Stimulate kidney function 2. Soothe bladder irritation 3. Neutralize uric-acidity '4. Discharge excessive wastes, Crosstown Whiskey Shop 109 S. Division — Blythevllle MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP 1M 8. First Phone 2532 Bring Us Your Beauty Problems By Appointment Corn of nearly all colors of • Ihe rainbow Is grown In some'.parts of America. - The Gift Shop Modem and Antique Gifts COSMETICS BABY GIFTS GREETING CARDS NOVELTIES A GUI for Bvtrybodr Bldfr'.."." Phon« 2454 MOSSBRYAN : i - Born Recently witll white gardening nt one cu:i of ! hw i • .' vinf \i , ' W0 C ' Ut ? IaSS vases 01 wnltc sweetpeas, carnations and "stock: Mrs. William Law-she and Mrs W. A. Afftick, aunt of the biifle, pre- Slciecl over- the refreshment table whi!4 other friends who assisted in the birth of a daughter, on April 14 ' Mrs ' Thurmonrt is the foniicr HOW TO "KNOW" ASPIRIN Just bo sure lo Oil; for St. Joseph /ispirin. There's none faster, none stronger. Why pay more? World's largos I seller al 10#. Demand St Joseph Aspirin. Blytheville's Exclusive HOE STORES Announce Hew Store Hours Starting this coming Wednesday, April 19th, we will close ot noon — 12 o'clock ... We will reopen on Wednesday afternoons the first week in September. ZELLNER'S SUPPER SHOP FLOYD A, WHITE Nu-Wa Cleaning Makes A Big Improvement! Ciono arc Ihc spots on the jacket, the soiled line around the neck, the wrinlilcs in the sklr.;, the dlscourafcd droop. The colors arc clear and bright again, the color crisp and straight, the skirt once more hangs In Its orljjlnil trim fold*, in fad, It looks like new! NJl-WA PHONE 474 BLYTHEVILLE ARK FOR ALL PLYMOUTH, DODGE, DESOTO AND CHRYSLER OWNERS IN ' " ••'•' That car of yours is a mighty fine vehicle, you know. Surely you want to keep it in tip-top shape . . . especially because the average person may not be able to buy a new car for several years. To protect your .in vestment, let the'man who'KNOWS YOUR CM/?— 1 your Plymouth, Dodge/DeSoto or Chrysler dealer— help you care for it. But dealers 1 shops are often filled early in .the. day, so don't wait until the last minute. Phone him ahead of time for an appointment A 'I'll!a Tvsfcr c!«aru away' mud and toail- scum . , . ficlps pre- icrve car's finish, A iJab ol point on fender and 1 body, scars helps prevent ruil ai>d dtUrioia- tion. , A bit of off on tqucnVme door binges or.ether moving parlt )ei- A "breath" ot ttcsh air In tlr« (o keep prtiiuro \miform 3tn|(heo* lice lift. Your Plymouth, Dode«. DC Soto OT Ctvr>-»- J*r dealer hm proipcctj v,-flitinj (or good . s uitd Cors, If you want to »<-n your car yflU Cfln avoid deity and todioin paperwork by JeMi'ng him rtiaVe you a c»ih oETer. WARTIME JOBS with a FUTURE Moil autcmobUft dealer* arc loday ban- *'.!inB «n increased volume of work. Many need additional iVillcd and unskilled help to maintain eiientiii ttansportRTion, If in* . tcrctted ice your ncacby Plymmith, Dodg«, DC Soto or Chryslff dealer. JUNE IN MAJOR BOWK £V£«r fHUIISOAV, 9 P.M.. E,\Y.t, OVtft CBS NHWOXK 1 Drain ami-freeze (savo il possible); flush and tighten cooling system. O Have engine timed for warm weather * driving. , J Remove all. dents and rmt spots. Touch up ;vith paint. A Clean chrome ol all rust. Cover spots wilh clear lacquer. t Wash and polish cor to remove road scum. Wax for protection. j^ Have brake system checked and necei. sary adjustments made. Jf Clean tht uphnlstery and floor mats. install seat covers for protection. g Chock front wheel alignment nnd ro- talc tiies if necessary. Q Lubricate entire car; change engine, transmission, differential lubricant. 1Q Tighten entire'cor. Suggestion to Repair Shops If you fined pam of any kind for Plymouth, Dodge, De Soto or Chri-jlrr cats, MS a <ica!<w who han thai moVc, For Uo Ifuck patti, ice a Do Btaler. UTS All ftACK THE ATTACK-BUY MOftl WAR BONDS Chryrfer Corporation — Parit Division — Factory Sagjneend and Inspected Parts foi PLYMOUTH- DODGE DE SOTO • CHRYSLER TRUCKS O'Steen's Studio 105 W. 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