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f i Informal Reception Given Miss Robinson Is Honored YOOLJ eotmmi mwi For Mr., Mr«. Dick White I*. and Mrs. Dick Jones Whit* » w«r» honored yesterday when his [ parents, Mr, and Mrs. Floyd A. i WWU, entertained wUh an Infor: mil reception at their" noon on We* A*h . Approximately 300 guesl* called between th« hourj of three snd With Pre-Nuptial Partiej Mis* Csmlll* Robin ion, who ts being complimented at a series of parties prior to her marriage on April 23 to John Wiley Jones of Paragould, ras guest of honor at two affairs during the weekend. Saturday afternoon Mr*. Jumes Hill jr., and Mrs. E. B. Thomas Mis$ Theo Onita Veach Engaged To James Brady six to meet Mrs. White, who priori*" 8 hostess** to 35 guests at the to her marriage March-30, wa* Miss I Hiu nome complimenting Mlw Rob- Nancy Walker Daggett of Marl»nna. ' nson . and Friday night *h« and Guests 'were received before the i nfr ntnce shared honor* when fireplace. A low crystal bowl filled' Mr - » nd Mr « H. H. Trice of Para- wit h white tulips reflected against' (t° u| d entertained with a dinner a -mirror centered the mantle, and P» r ty »t the Klngsway Club In the flreplac* Itself wa* Hanked by . P«agould, potted palnu. | 'The living room and other enter- Vases of red and while tulips and l»ln'ng rooms of the Hill home were spiraea were attractively arranged In the Uvina; room of the home. The refreshment table, covered with culworlc linen embroidery cloth was centered with a striking arrangement of calla lilies Intermingled with ferns and flanked by gay with banquets of red and white i tulips intermingled with spray* of I white spiraea. -. j Miss Jane McAdams presided over the refreshment table which WM ] covered with • lace cloth and cen- '. tered with a striking arrangement ' flowing whit* tapers In crystal can- I ° r yellow tulips and blue lilacs in I delabra. Whlt« tulips In a low cry- iatal bowl and white tapers In cry< at»l candelabra were used on the '- buffet. , Mra, O. B. Wood Jr. ol Luxora •^presided over the guest book. Others » who a*»l»t«d in entertaining were 5 Mra. Harry w Halnes, Mrs. M. A. •B faaiaca, Mra. Marlon William*. Mn. w Kfti Borum, Mr*. Clara Davis, f, Mr*.,O.-A, Curiningh'am, Miss Jane J Bran»ori, Miaa Csmllle Robinson, '•• Mra. Harris Hunt of Manila «nd V: Mra. Harry Jones of piragould. 'S -'**"•, Dick : White chose for the ;,, »ffair a (rack-.of silk print with III? ard';'acc*ssories. and her hostess ':;*««:an afternoon frock of dusty y ro«e wfti black accessories. -;•• .. 4 ,'-.'''"* * * I'Birthclay Parties Given f Honoring Teddy Bailey -i- 1 Teddy Bailey, »on of Mr. and Mrs. a T. J. Bailey, who celebrated his llth -• birthday Saturday,was honored with ;V hre "parties,' s Members of hla class in school and •• their teacher. Mrs. E. T. Fry were ,, gue*U Friday afternoon, when his a mother, entertained at the school. ?,' Refreshments of Ice cream and cake ;] wer»'«i-ved to the guests, a A\hamburger supper was' given M Saturday afternoon at his home If.-fA Hearn Street, During the games -.'.. played, th« priw was won by Jerry a Wwarda. • ^ Mrs. Irene faramore, | Of Near Osceola, Dies *• Fuii«*»a terrice* for Mrr Irene •J Paramore, JS, a widow, who died at i. h«r:hpni«, south of Osceoli, Batur? *»y, after an Hlne« of one year. j trer* conducted at the Garden Point •ft Ckurch, near Osceola.. by the Rev. e> W>T.-Jffatt*. pastor of- trie Garden g Fotnf.Community Church, ytster- § *»y<aft«rnoon; ;i Mri. Paramore who had lived near .Tj-OtpaoU for more than ten years is .'i ninrived bj her -psraaU, Mr. and i\ Mn Tom Cunningham; four sons, rf Oohn Wesley, Dorrell Ocne, James g Tboma* and Larry Kennett Para- 3j more; oh« daughter, Bobbye Joan « Paramore, all of the home; one sis- g ter.rMrs. Belton Wooten, and Ihree £ brothers,'all of Osceola. >! Bwlft Funeral Home was in charge ?• •* tr» arrangements. g .Burial was in the Garden Point j^-Ctinetery, near Oeceola. a low crystal bowl flanked by yellow tapers burning In four branched silver Candelabra, The silver service and the assorted party foods served added to the attractiveness of the tnble. The Kiiest of hnnor was presented her gifts from an Improvised altar placed In front of the fireplace. Miss Robinson *ore a black snd white printed silk dress with black accessories. The table at which dinner was served at the Klng.sway Club held a centerpiece of plnlc carnation and white stock in a low crystal bowl, flanked by pink and while tapers burning In crystal candelabra. Placecards were miniature silver baskets with the handles bearing the names of the guests who included Mr. and Mrs. Maurice CR- they. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wtl- bourn, Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Wll- bourn. Mr. and Mrs. William Trice and Mr. and Mrs. William Johnson. Miss Robinson chose lor the occasion a smart black crepe dress fashioned with a yellow design and a very full'skirt. Her accessories were In black. Sub-District Meeting To Be Held in Wilson Methodist Youths will meet tonight In Wilson for a jiub-dlstricl meeting at 1:30.o'clock. The Wilson Methodist Church wll be Ihe setting for the candlelight Installation service and all officers will take part In the service. The Rev Cljarles Lewis, district director of Methodist youths will deliver the charge to the officers. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Veach of Lost Cane, today announce ihe engagement of their daughter, Miss Tlico Onita Veach to James Donald Brady of Lost Cane, .son of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Brady of Etowah. Plans for the uerfoing, which will be solemnized May 30, will be announced later. Miss Veach was graduated from Manila High School and attended Arkansas State In Jonesboro. She'Is now teaching at the Lost Cane School. Mr. Brady attended Manila Hii;!i School and h a veteran of three years service In the Navy during World War IT. Ho is owner and operator ol Biady's General Merchandise Store at Lost Cane. Naval Reserve Officer Returns from New Orleans Oscar Fendlcr. Blylheville attorney, returned late yesterday from New Orleans, La., where he had spent the past two weeks in train- Ing with the Naval Reserve, Mr. Fendler holds a commission as lieutenant commander In Ihe Naval Reserve. He took his two- weeks training in the Legal Division office of the Eighth Naval District Headquarters in New Orleans. Osceola News Miss r-anhl^Nliliols was dismissed from Baptist Hospital In Memphis last night, where she had been a patient for several days. Her condition Is much Improved. Charles Coleman. who has been a patient at the Baptist Hospital In! Memphis for several days, will return to the home of his son, Charles . Coleman.and family today. I Condition of Mayor Ben F. Butler,' who underwent, a major operation i at the Memphis Hospital recently I Is satisfactory. I Mrs. T. T. Clinton, mother of! Wilson. More than 40 pupils made the trip. Achievement awards were won by Elmer Mceoy, first, In high schoo'i Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stone of Dell, are tht parents of a son born April ». it their home. Their first child, he hw been named Charles Kent. Mrs. s>oat i» the former Miss Margaret Heath. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Banister spent yesterday in Osceola as guests of Mr. Banisters parents, Mr. »nd Mrs. Fred Banister and family. Misses Peggy »nrt Frances Morath returned yesterday to Holy Angels Academy in Jonesboro after spending two weeks here with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Morath. Mrs. Herman MOWBAY, a-nm; Coming Events Social Calendar Women 'i Auxiliary of tha Pint Pre«byt«rlan Church will m*et to Circle Group* circle On* will m«et tithe home of MM. R. L. Baniat«r; Circle Two will meet with Mr«. ROM Steven*; circle Three will meeb at the home of Mm. Bill Young at 3:M p.m. Circle Four will meet with Mrs. B. C. Bailey with Mrs. J. B. Fisher as co-hostess »t »:00 p.m. and the Business Women's Circle will meet with Mrs. Ebb Spr»dl«y at 8:00 p.m. Sub-district meeting of Methodist Youtl> Fellowship 7:30 p.m. at Wilson, Ark. TttMtUy Methodist fellowship »spper for .senior* and young people it 1:00 p.m. Holt and Infant I High School p. T. A will meet daughter, Margaret Ann. returned I at 3 o'clock with Mlu Mamie U yesterday from the Memphis Methodist Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Hoff iiava one other child, a son named Bill. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Morath and children, returned home Friday Ironi Rhlnelantj, Tex., where they attended the wedding of their son. Paul, to MLss Mary Ann Becker. Another son. Scrgt. Samuel Morath, who has befii stationed a McDlll i Mrs - L. E. Old. Adams, youth director of the Kr*t Methodist Church a* guest speaker. This win be preceeded by an exe- cu(lve board meeting at 2:30. La Mieve Club being entertained at the home of Mrs. Ben Mac White. Tri-Town Bridge Club meeting at the home of Mrs. Worth D. Holder. Tuesday . Bridge Club memben being entertained at tht home of Field, Fla., nlso attended the wcd- 0.1113 and returned home with his parents to spend a week before being transferred to California. Mrs. D. C. McLean spent the weekend In Memphis as guest of her daughter, Mrs. Paul Jones and Mr. Jones. Among the out-of-town people here Saturday for the funeral of Mr.s. C. A. Duvall, who riled Thursday at her home West of Highly - er, were Alvln Snyder of Chicago. III., Mrs. Inei Duvall. Miss Edn.i Mosley and Clifford Mosley. all af St. Louts, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. Fred Spc.irs and children of Wilson. Mrs. Ida Nolen and Mrs. Ben Gardner of Lafe. Ark.. Mr. and Mrs. William Rilet of Manila, and Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Battles and family of Holland, Mo. Mr. 'and Mrs. Ney Hunt have a,s their guests for several days, their daushtcrs-in-law, Mrs. Bill Hunt of Amarillo. Tex., and Mrs. James Hunt of Camthersville, Mo. Mrs. Bill Hunt will spend 10 days here B. n. C. Club meeting at the home ol Mrs. Albert Enderlin. Chnrlevoix Chapter D. A. R. meeting at the Hotel Noble for a 1 o'clock luncheon with -*frs. A. G. Little and Mrs. J L, Cherry as ho«- tesses. Miss Delia Purtle will revle* the book "The Bishop's Mantle" by Agnes Turnbow. Members of the eastern Star will meet at the Hall at 8:00 p. m. for a special program. Werine*day Sudbury P. T. A. will have "Fa- iliers Night" at the school at 8 o'clock preceeded by a board meeting at 7:30. Chapter D, P.E.O., meeting at the home of Mrs. E. B. Gee for a one o'clock luncheon. Avalon Bunco Club being mter- Inined at the home of Mrs. Paul Mahon. B. H. I. M. Club meeting at th« home of Mrs. George Saliba Jr. •* •* : »h* horn* it lira. J. O. Huey. . '•'Mwter. CU*» of First Metho- <U«t Chureh, covered. dish supper at 7:10 pjn, YM»UO« church school clinic for BIytJMVill. and UlaaUaippl County Are* to bt held* Firat Methodist Church from 10:00 «.m. to I p.m. Mr«. n. J. Anderson entertaining memben of the Alpha Beta Bunco Club" at th« home of Mrs. L»n« No well on E. Kentucky. C.B.C. Club being entertained at the homa of Mm. R. A. Copeland. Friday Bridge Club members meeting it the home of Mr«. Jamw C. Guard. „ Civic CaUndar Menda,. Junior Chamber of Commerce— 7:00 p.m. Tiusday Lion'a club— 12:15 p.m. High School PTA Executive Board —2:30 pjn. followed by PTA meet- Ing 3:00 p.m. American 'Legion— 4:00 pm City Council— 8:00 p.m. Kiwanas Club— 13:10 p.m. Sudbury PTA Executive Board— 3:30 pm. Followed b v PTA— 3:00 p.m. Thunday Rotary Club— 12:10 p.m. Friday Olee Club Con«rU-8:00 p.m. Thursday entertained Thursday Luncheon Club being at the horns of Mrs. and Mrs. James Hunt will return j nass Hughes on Main St. to her home tomorrow. '• Town and Country Club Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mahon spent the weekend In Memphis as guests of Mr. Million's sister, Mrs. Robert Hawkins. Mr. Hawkins and family. Mr. Mahon attended the Detroit Tigers and the Memphis Chicks .. being entertained at the home of Mrs. baseball game there Saturday. They t w. McCutchen, Cornelius Modlnger. Mld-Weck Club meeting at the home of Mrs. W. L. Horner. Thursday Contract Club bein* entertained at Ihe home of Mrs. O. Thursday Night Club meeting at the home of Mrs. Burks Barter. Jolly Eight club being entertarn- were accompanied there by Mrs. Clnrcnce Gean and daughters. Rebecca Ruth and Eunice, who visited her brother, Ottio B. Oilman and family. Mr »nd Mrs. Peler Bcrtzyjc and: to Paragould yesterday, where they grandson, Jimmy Anderson of Ra-i visited other relatives, cine, Wis.. have arrived to spend | Dr. and Mrs. p. L. Tipton and a week with their daughter and j son. Lieutenant Colonel Dick Tip- aunt. Mrs. Bill Godwin and Mr. j ton of Montgomery, Ala., will be G 9f wln ' . , ' ! 'he guests tomorrow of Mrs. H. L. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Wllbourn of j Chambers and other friends and At The Hospitals BlytherlHe HoaplUl 'Mr*. Hugh Parish and baby, elty. Privett twins, city. Mrs. Claude Cooper, city. Mr*. W. A, Champion. Dell. IJnda Sharpe. city. '-" Walls Hospttal Dismissed: «, •JW- John w - Phillips, Veteran, {i Xousuiff Quarters. 3 'Mrs. Robert Price, Manila. ']$•• Mrs. : Hubert Suva, city. *| --Mr*.-Jesse Eiibanks. city. i» MTM;Ethel Long, Manila. ti • ' —^— • — 'Si * * Fashions * * , Jesse Clinton of here, suffered stroke «l the home of her daughter j Mrs. John B. Wilson, In Jnlner Friday. Her condition Is satiated- 1 ory. Condition of Mrs. W. B. Planning- | g«n. who has been seriously 111 nt i her hom« for several days of pneu- monls, Is much Improved. To Appear In Recital James L. Patty, son of Rev. and Mrs 8. O. Patty of Wilson, Ark. will be presented in a pisno recital at the Methodist Church of Uixora. at 3:00 p.m. Sunday. Mr. Patty is connected with the Department of Music of Arkansas State College- in Jonewboro and is « graduate of Hcntirix College at Conn-ay. His father U pextor of the Methodist Church in Wilson. C»pa«r«il<iTe<J sh'p. shown shore ai pictured in the April isnue of G*a< H<MWk«iiT m»»iine en- arf«a» tnltrttM hoaw chests. It's •II raym sstin. banded double in frsiai.t. . Six* » to 4Z; abont Si. Missca Training School Participates in Rally The Mississippi County Trainln;; School for Nceroes closed Friday to attend the 30th School Rally 'and Field Meet of Negro Schools at Poiiti^l Announcements The Courier Ner» h«* been! authorized to announce the follow-! Ing candidates, subject lo the' Democratic primaries, July » and August. 3: COp-TV TREASURER ! Prank Whitworth COUNTY COURT CLERK Elizabeth Blythe KOR CORONER E. M. HOLT FOR COUNTY ASSESSOR Herbert T. Shipper. *TATE REPRESENTATIVE L. H. Autry Leslie N. "Dukie" Speck for County Judge Roland Green 'or Circuit Court Clerk Harvey Morris AT KIRBY'S THIS WEEK Therma-Jugs - $2.95 Soft Ball, official $2.25 Tennis Balls 3 for $2.25 Bubble Bath • 11b. 59c Tartan, Sun Tan - 59tf Merton Silver Polish 50tf Thermos Bottles Dt $2.39 Kirbv Liver Pills - - 25l Electric Fans • $4.95 UD Baseball, official-$2.50 Shower Caos Polaroid Sun Glasses - - $2.69 Flight Lina Sun Glasses - - S2.49 UD DE-ROACHER* Guaranlwd killer for Roaches, Water Bugs, Anls, Silver Fish, Spirters, etc. Pint 85c; Quart .$1.50 Strongest ever made, double action "1068" and Pyrethrium. ' u"'ri'/ C ,V" a " d Cco ! lom - Vl hrin S .vour I'RESCRIPTIONS to us. Guaranteed best prices. \\e fill all prcsi'i-iptmns from all dncfors with the freshest drugs. Save with safety. See ymir doctor—Mien see us. ICE CREAM Pint - VANILLA—25e Other flavors 30e BINGO Ugion Hut-Wed. April 14,8 p.m. ••ntfit Sisterhood of Temple Israel Adm. 50< CLOSE PLAY BUT HE'S "SAFE"! . . . and ynu'll he safe ioo, with ihe splil second timing we givp your car! Our check for spring goes Into every vital mechanical ranvcmcnl to assure unexcelled performance. (>ivc us your car today for * SAFE and SOUND automotive check! We Cater to Truckers! LEE MOTOR SALES 30S £. Main OLDSMOBILE—GMC TRUCKS Phon* 2056 Southerners Open Parley On Civil Rights ATLANTA. Ga... April 12. (UP) — Southern Democratic leaders met here today to sound a concerted rebel yell against civil rights leglt- iatlon, but Miui&slppi'a representative said, he would only listen, until he decides If the yells ar« In the light key. J. O. Emmerich of McGmb, I4i»s., emphasized he w« only a "ltot«ning deltgate." Emmerich, who represent! the chairman ol the Miuiuippl Democratic Executive Commltt*«, told reporter*, "I want to know what this meeting IK about before I «ay anything." W. P. Baskin, South Carolina state chairman, called the session to discuss »ay« and mean* of com- batting President Truman's proposals for an FEPC, anti-segregation on interstate trains and buses, and federal anti-lynching and anti-poll tax legiilatton. Baskin said he personally want* to keep the fight within the party. Gov. Fielding Wright and other ML«isiippi leaders favor revolting from the Democratic Party if their demands ale not net. The Mlsslssippians have scheduled a state right conference in Jaclcson for May 10. (ONE'S Beauty Shop 111 N«rth Jnd it. OFEN EVENINGS kf APPOINTMENT Operator*: Fay«n Porter Marie McLeod Kodery MlMred B«me« 31« Tired Kidneys Often Bring Sleepless Nights nutUr to rvuin Jn jourtjood, Uck»ch«, , nj Bum, te* pjtn.. TOM of p«p «nd «n««j, s*t- tine up nlihtt, «w«]lin t . p u m n «i under lh« «y«. hr&dachcc and diidaisi. Fr«qu«nt M •e&nty pu£ag» wilh »martin« and burnlna Moi.t!mMihow« there l.iomethina nron» with riur klrfn«r« or bladder. Jon' t wilt I A«lt jour dm nrUt f ar Dow't) rilll, a lUmuUat diuretic, used •ucceeifullv by million* for over 60 years. Dotn'a ti*« hippy relief and will help Lh« IS mllei of kidney tubea nuih out poiMaous«ut«froia Four blood. CM Dotn'i PiHj. DRESSES By Sutanne Marie Xtr»'t th» "N«w Look" for 81s hi organdy, pique and ehambray. They're dressy but easy to keep elean, kx>Wn8 good always! 1 to Si. '3.95 «x Alien Knit for Little Boyi POLO SHIRTS $1.45 up Better Homes * Garden BABY BOOK - - $2.75 las of Life BABY BOOK - - $1.98 THE TOT SHOP Mra. Maurice (Shirley) Sanders 110 South Second St. Phone 2308 lj«-.-===-.v.-== F= jYou Are Cordially \lnyited to Visit | The | Accessory Shopj J F«minin« Apparel | j Mabel-Hogan Jessie Srlte ' i Hotel Noble Bide. ! ! Blythevillc, Ark. ! Continuous Show« ' Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN M a.m. 12:45 p.m. t:M p.m. SAI/IN6 WATS! Last Time Today A Double Life with with Ronald Colman Ronald Caiman »on ,the Academy Award lor the best artlnr. by any I m«l» ictor for his i acting hi this j pteture. • : I Paramuunt Nen and Snort* Continuous Showinj Every Day Tuesday and Wednesday "My (OflltitlKt wouldn't let me throw oiit even i drop of used fats when 1 know they're} still needed so bidly. Why, today's, *hortage of fats and oils is still • very lerious, our government saygj 1 rtdly gtt a ki«k out of seeing how much extra fat 1 can ««v« ... by melting down trimmings, skimming gravies, and scraping pans. 1 re-use it, certainly! But there's always something left to makS laving worth while! "Hovt yw tvff , to think that usexl fats are the only kitchen waste that can be turned into cash? That's a good point to remembej in these daya .of higher food costs." TURMlN Box Offtoe Opens 6:31 Show Starts «:M Opens Sunday 1:00; SUrli 1:15 Continuous Shows Sit. A- Sun. Bargain Night Every NMtht Except Saturday No pa;aes honored on Sunday at Roxy Theatre Time Today Partners in Time with Lnm 'n' Abntr r« N>w» and Srlect*,! Short Tuesday and Wednesday DOUBLE FEATURE

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