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BLTTREYILLE (ARXJ OOTJRJCT JfZWf Phoiw 4461 Recent Bride Miu Evelyn StanfielcT* ffarruge l» Announced i Mr. ud Mn. L. O. SUnfield to- la? announce the mirrlig* of their , VU» n-f!yn Stanfield, 10 i Jtekaoa, ton o( Mr. and Mn. )*nm" Jackson at Oo*nell. < The ceremony wu solemnized frrSd»jr night, M»reK M, 7:30, In Os- l*ol«. by Jagtict ot th* Pecce W. P. i Th* brid* won an 1x5 u» gabardine suit with wack accessories, (th* pinned a corsage of white carnation* at her shoulder. ' Mb* Polly Tidwell, who served ft maid o< honor, wor* a (rock ot trey labardine with her acces- ^orie* being tn black. Her corsage j»as of white carnations, i Clarence Chamberlln served Mr. Jackson «« best man. . Mn. Jackson was graduated from pirthevllle High School and la now etnploTKl by the Southwestern Bell Telephone Company here. | Mr. Jackson Is engaged In (arming at Gosnell and they will make their home here In Blytheville. i t-uncrieon Is Given By Mrs, Riley Jones j Vra. Hiley B. Jones wu hoftes* •i her home In Manila yesterday with a lunctieon honoring members of the Tuesday Bridge Club togeth- *r with one guejl, Mis. Bob McKln- non ot Manila. ' Th* individual table.?, at which ^M luncheon was served, were covered with white cloths and center- id with small bouquets ot pink ^pring flowers. I During the afternoon, when bridge games were played, priK-s j night at the A. B. Jaggers home to jrere won by Mrs. Doyle Henderson, j members ot the Alpha Beta Crrnp- pigh and Mrs. IJoyd Stlckmon, se;- i ter of Epsilon Sigma Alpha, ond high. | During the evening when bunco ' EntertaJning rooms ol the home ; games were played, prizes were peld attractive bouquets of lilies jwon by Mrs. Edna Lee Long, high, ~~ J -"-" ~—'-- . . Mrs Jonn CnBrl( , s Bright, low and Miss Mnrjorle Robertson, bunco. Following the games, piano selections were presenter! by Mr*. A. B. Jaggers, and recordings were made ot the selections nnd conversations. Entertaining rooms ol the home] Mrs. Daniel Russell was before her marriage. Saturday. March 21. in the Assembly of God Pn'rsonage, Steele, Mo. Miss Lorenc Hoagen. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Reagan. Sorority Is Entertained At A. B. Jaggers Home Miss Buionne Jaggers and Miss Billy Damon were hostesses last and other Spring flowers. A and lavender color scheme WBS car- tied out in all the decorations, t The hostew was assisted in serving by her mother, Mrs. Walter * Mrs. Webb Entertains La Neuve Club Mempers Bits of News Mrs. E, J. Heaton was dismissed from the Memphis Baptist Hospital yesterday, where she underwent » major operation several days ago. Her condition is satisfactory. Her niece, Mrs. Leo DurMn of St. Louis, who has been there with h«r, accompanied her home. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Zellner and sons, Stanley and Marvin, will attend the opera, La Travinla, by Verdi in Memphis tonight at Bills Auditorium. Mr. and Mrs. Alton B. J>.%-prs •nd children have moved lo their new home incy recently purchased from lx>y Eich at 1010 Holly. They formerly/resided nt 1120 W. Hearn, Rabbi and Mrs. Alfred Vise were In Memphis last night when they attended the opera. Dcr nosenka- valler. by Richard Strauss, at Ellis Auditorium. ... Mr. find Mrs? Frank Scav and children, Brcndn Kny- n nrt Thomas Eugene and Mrs. T. I. Seay are spending lodny in Memphis. Mrs. Cleo Lnngston. Mrs. Cecil Wrolon nnd Mrs. Ann McWtl- llans attended the opera Dcr Ro- scnkavnlter by Richard Strauss in Memphis last night and they re- mtvineri over today where they will attend the opera La Traviata by Verrtl tonight at the Ellis Auditorium. Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Goodman of Steele, Mo, have returned to their home after a month's vacation in Old Mexico. Mr. and Mrs. Dick While returned from their wedding trip yesler- d«y and will make their homo here at 1034 Walnut St. Mrs. White VEDffESDAY, 'AFRIT. T, 194« in Beta Baby Review Sally Blackard James Weathers Sandra Kay Saltb* Sally Blackarrt, three-year-old daufihler of Mr. «nd Mrs. Marshall Blackard; James Owen Weathers, IB-raonth-oI'd ion- of Mr. and MM. John O. Weathers; and three-year-old Sandra Kay Sallbn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edcl[« Saliba, were selected as winner* of the cutest girl, cwe*t boy. and most talented child at. the Beta Sigma PW Baby Review last Friday night In the High School Auditorium. held attractive nrrnngeinenU ol II- lacs and other Spring flowers. Guests for the affair Included new Mrs. Clarence S. Webb was ho»- "^shee*. who are Ml.vi Mauri™ lut night when »he enter- Skelton, Mrs. John Charles Bright Ulned members of trie L* Neuve Rnd Miss Peggy Reed. ' Club «t her homi on North llth I Tne hostesses served a dessert I : During th« bridge games. Miss |M»rjr Adah Robinson won high /K»re and Mlag Anita Fny« Beck, •econrt high. ' Bouqueti ot mixed Spring Jlower» jwere arranged In the entertaining worn* of the home. •; ! A salad eourse wai »»rved bjr thi (course with Iced drinks. Mri. Mrs. Stevens /$ Hostess To Methodist W.S.C.S. Mrs. John Stevens Jr., was hostess at her home yesterday to members of the Women's Society of Chris-t Mr ' Ja £K er s and family, tian Service of the Dell Methodist Condition of C. W. Ramey. the former Miss Nancy Daggctt o( Marianna. Mr. nnd Mrs. Seipbert Jiedel at- i'/-led the opera. Der Rosenkava- l"> ', by Richard Sirauss, held at the Ellis Auditorium in Memphis last night. Condition of Zeph O'Brien, who has been a patient at the Baptist Memorial Hospital In Memphis for the past six weeks sufferii\g from a heart ailment. Is imchanged. Mrs. O'Brien is there with him. Mr. and Mrs. E W. Webster returned last night from Jonesboro. where they attended to business for several days. Morris Corzlne. well-known Memphis musician, who Is now In the orchestra with "Brlganoon" In New York, spent the weekend here with his cousin. Mrs. Alton B. Jaggers, Is Hostess [To Tri-Town Bridge Club Church, tended. Mrs. D. program on the subject of "What Fourteen members »t- Sheppard gave the tt-STU,^ -rJrsss s^"-".-^TM^. «n«mber« o« the ... .„„.. „„ JClub at her home on North llth who is been critically 111 at the Memphis Methodist Haspltal. Is much Improved. Mrs. Raiuey is there with him. Mr. I In the bridge gamei. Mrs. Eugene fTeaford won high score, Mrs. Rus- jell Parr, second and Mrs. J. E. (Stevenson j r ., g ues t prize, t Attractive arrangements of pan- r »lei and lilacs were used In the ^ntertainlng room of the home, j The hostest serred W)ur>% and Mrs. G- D. Brewer of . , ., »., c ., UJ - ivu-s. Biavist IK| ' Mo " rctllrnc<t to tnelr she entertained i Settlcnilre. home Sunday, after spending sev- Tri-Towri Bridge The secretary of spiritual lite tor-' " al rtay « wl ^ h their son, Mr. and mulated prayer groups which willi**"" "'""" "~" meet the first Tuesday in each ! month. Crmlrmcti of these groups Mrs - Shelburne Brewer. Mr ' anri Mrv Santord Boone and i daughter. moved toriny from their are Mrs. R. a. Edwards Jr Mrs i homo al 1034 w - 713 W> Earl Mager.s, Mrs. J. R. Gill and i Mnin Mrs. M. F. Brownlee Sr I Mrs E - L - Hale. Mrs. Jack Hale. • A brief report on the district con- M1 ' M Mo ". v Guard. Mrs. Jerry C~ohcn In Jones- i ntl Miss P °6KS' Dujarski will be In Students Attend La Tr<Wiata At Ellis Auditorium A number ol students of the music class or the Hlytlieville Junior ITish School are attending the opor,-i La Trnvialn by Verdi toniRlH In Mem- Phis. Tlic Btudojils will ,,,,-ikc the trip by bus and iirccccrfiug the opera. Ihey v.-ill have fllnncr at the Clnridge Hotel. For ll^c past several weeks, these students have been making an extensive study of Die operas. Mrs. Farmer £nj>lnnd mul Mrs. L:uiier Rced.-who Is music iJistnictor at junior high school, conducted the studv. Those who are attending aro Carol Ann Bailey, Sophie Bright, Donald Brown. Wayne Biirnham, Bobuie Jean Bvrti, Rupert Crnftoh; Marilyn Dii'.igliTcfy, nhonda Enton, Johnny Hnlsell. Bcnnie Hnys. Beverly Jones, Carlcen Kenley, Charles Xlnning- ham, Johnny Logins. Sandra Long, Millie Ann Mallory, Jo Alice Mc- Gulre, Murlha Nichols. Jan Raydor, Shirley She))p,nj-d. Oporge Skellon. Kny Smith. Emnclcl Swenrcngen, Joe Walls. Mnry Sue Wntklns, Mciie Joe Whittle. June Wilson Will whllner, Bill Wunderlicii Hcai-d Wylie. Stanley Zrllncr. Frb- .=.1^ Ore«r, Susie Crnfton an d Jimmy Ciilhertson. They were accoinpnnicd bv Mr and Mrs. w. B. Nicholson, Mrs. Otis Sheppard, Mis. j. W . Rayder and linuBhter Linda. Mrs. George Skelton and Mrs. Lnnler Reid. Also seven students from Blytheville Elemejiinry Schools will also attend the opera and will be guests of the Memphis League at a dinner at the Claridge tonight before the opera. These students were winners in the Junior League contest "Let's Learn Music," which was conducted recently. Those who are attending are Bobby Lancaster, Ola B. Mauley, Bar, bara Orlffin. Aimle Louise Handlcy, : all of Ynrbro School, and Danny I Cobb. Patsy c.'.ldn-c]J. and -Kenneth Alley, nil of Centrnl School ' w CI J? P ^" M f ° r " lis eroup vvcre ,W H. Wyatt. Miss Minnie Foster ; Miss Alice Mario Ross. Air. and Mrs ™ C ° bb an<1 Mrs ' L " lia " Frnnk ; This is the third year that stu- denu from Blythevtlle Elementary •Schools have participated in the i broadcasts sponsored by the Memphis Junior League. Coming Events Social Calendar Thurtdar Mid-Wc-ck Club meelinf? at the home of Mrs. c. A. Cunningham. Friendly Eight Club being entertained at, the home of Mis. Jack Malhrny. Club Eight meeting »t tlie'home of Mrs. Paul Jobe. Thursday Luncheon Club being entertained at the home of Mrs. Russell Phillips. Thursday Night Club meeting .it the home nl'Mrs. W. A. Stlckmon. Thursday Contract Club b?lng entertained at the home of Mrs, Q E. Keck. Jolly Eight Club meeting at the home of Mrs, Harold Henson. Mrs. Gertie Hawks will be hostess to members of the Fjdelis Class of the First Baptist, church at her home for a covered dish dinner at 7:00 p.m. Mrs. Caudill and Mrs. L. R. Rice are co-hostesses, Friday C. B. C. Club being entertained at the home of Mrs. O. O. Elkfns. Alpha Beta Bunco Club meeting at the home of Mrs. Paul Wallace. Friday Bridge Club members meeting at the home of Mrs. Monroe Grain, Woman's Club having "Bring A Dish Luncheon'.' at the clubhouse At 1 o'clock, Saturday Mrs. James Hill Jr., and Mrs, E. B. Thomns entertaining at the Hill home complimenting Miss Camille Robinson, bride-elect at 3:30 p. m. Civic Calendar Thursday Rotar v chib—12:10 p.m. Cfochet Work Tb Be Exhibited InMissco Fair • Mtai 0«rtrutl. Bond, Miwiwfppl County Horn* Demon»tr»tion Agent, hu «nnounc«l that »n entirely new booih will b* »dd«d to the North- *w Ark«n»«* District Pair, Mhed- ule< Jor th« latter p«rt of next 8ep«mb*r, in Blytheville. A.«old loving cup wll b« present- so f» th« «r«t'prl« winner, »nd she willb« eligible to compel* In'the nation*! content being sponsored by th«] National Needlecruft Bureau ol jc*w York. Akcorting to information received fn Mlu Bond't office only two othfr Ark»ns«* groups, Ashdown and MagoolU plan to enter con- ten^er« for the champion crochet- Ing ;.ltle. Southern Baptists Obterve Youth Week Tfie church** of the Southern Bar list Convention arc observing the ( week of April 4 through 11 as Yovth Week, featuring the Youth of rach church In special programs and phra»es of the, church'a &ct- j Tbnight 1:15, the Young people of tie First Baptist Church will be in charge ol the mid-week prayer meeting. Special music and a period of piayer will mark this service. Following this program, the young Former Blytheyille Man He/d or* Check Charge W. L,. Seagraves of St, Louis, formerly of Blythei'llle, waived prellm- Innrjr hearing In Municipal Court thU morning on charge of forgery »nd was ordered to await Circuit Court action, Bond wa« s«t «t «00. Seagraves. v,-no was formerly employed »t the Coffee Cup Cafe here, la alleged to have forged a 120 check on Betty Connell, operator of the cafe. The check was drawn a- g»ln»t the First National Bank and made payable to J. D. Smith. Seagrave* wa* irrejled In St. Loulj Monday and *a» returned here people will engage in a choir rehearsal under the direction of Miss Billle Jean Turk, church secretary and soprano solist. This rehearsal Is preparatory to special music to be rendered by these young people 111 the morning worship services at the church Sunday, Apr. 11. Climactic to the week's emphasis, special features of the program will Include a message on "Youth' 1 by the Rev. E. C. Brown, pastor, at the Sunday Morning •Worship Hour. ical ind popular numbers. Other schools, at which they will appear, are Manila High School, Burdette High School »nd Wilson , High School. Remember ROTHROCK'S For PRESCRIPTIONS Phone 4451 yesterday by Deputy Sheriff Holland Aiken and State Policeman O, E. Montgomery. Firei In the United States tak> 10,000 lives and bum 40,000 peo., pie iiou-fatally. in tin course ol an average year. . GrMt to Idim MONTHLY FEMALE PUNS Ar» you troutolc-d br dUtrew of female functional monthly disturbance*? DOM this make you suffer tjQRi pain, f«<1 so nervous, weak, h)gh-*irung—«t such times? Then »o try Lydla E. Plnkhana'5 Vegetabl* Compound to relieve mch symptoms! In & recent medical t*st this proved remarkably helpful to women troubled thla way. Any drugstore- Don't Forget the Big BINGO PARTY Wednesday, April 7th, 8:30 p.m. AMERICAN LEGION HUT Prizes Valued Not Less Than $5 All Proceeds Will Go For Building School in Blytheville Sponsored by the Ladies of the Catholic Church paplist Girls Auxiliary iHa* Meeting At Church The Intermediate GlrU Auxiliary »f the First Baptist ohurch met jMonday at trie-church tor the regular meeting, There were six mem- jbers »nd their counselor,, Mrs. Shd- jburne Brewer, present. ( Following the business meeting, (presided over by Beverly Jones, [president, th« group were guest* p! the Junior Girls Auxiliary (or * program and a social hour. ference which was held I boro'April 1 was given bj dessert Ctlll . Mrs Sneppar(1 dlsmissed"'the ; ntlcnd Ule oncra ' group with prayer. """ " ™ Tlie hostess served cour.se. I Crop dusting by airplane Is ex- ,tenslvely carried on In cotton fields ol the south. M cr »P n '' tonight, wncrc they . ; Vpr 'li nt »'« Ellis Auriitorhim. will by a dessert 1 Mr - and ««• L : Grnble and Arkania, Women Writers i flee* Little Rock Woman vts 0( ,'son, Freddie of Kanknkee. 111., [the guests of her mother, Mrs. R. C. LITTLE ROCK, April 7. (UPl- ', A Little Rock w/ninnn yesterday was i Arkansas 5 0( i nmoand Au.usta n,Houston. MISS., spent T ' T ' Sca >' " lui '"""V- Medical Society Plans Meeting in Qsceola «^T?1? M |f sls - 5i PPl County Medlcn) .-.ot;lctj W ilt hold its monthly meet- High School. Dr. Robert Rattm''^ Man,i a will present a paper during the program. At The Hospitals Rlylheville' Hospital ! Dismissed: Mrs. Mcrline Woods. Cfosnell. •Everett Ray Little, city. Margaret Louise Austin, city.' Mrs, 'A. S. Culpe. Holland, Mo. Walls H,;splla! Dismissed: Mrs. Edward Hayburn. Hayti. Mo. Mrs. Willie Williams and baby. Stccle. Mo. Mrs. Violet Harrington, Hermon- rtale. Mo. State Co/fege Choir Will Perform at High School The Arkansas state College Choir, of Jonesboro, which is making four appearances in high schools in Mississippi County, will perform In the Blythcville High School Auditorium tomorrow, at 11:15 a.m. The forty-voice organization, under the direction of Dr. H. c. Manor, will present a program of nine numbers. Includinc religious, class- Profit! Wirh -HOT- POPCORN - "». • V> - • MACHINES Own » STABLE Independent Business Distributor Contracts are rapidly being let in every county. Call or wrife our Factory Represenlative, Mr. J,. A. 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