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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Phone 4461' Miu Campbell Is Wed To Cleatus Leo Kimes Miss Lyola Jean .Campbell of SealUe, Wash,, dauehlcr of Mrs. Jean Campbell of Las Vcgn« 'Nov. and.. Staff sergeant Cleatus Leo (Jack) Kimes of Setttle, son of Mrs- Same Kimes of Blj- thevllle, were wed In a' ceremony •olemnlzd Sunday, March 28, at th First Methodist church In! Seattle. .The pastor of the church officiated at the double ring rites In the' presence of Intimate friends and relatives of. the young couple. Mrs. Kimes wore a blue gabcr- • dine suit, withvialenclaga accessories. She pinned an orchid corsage at her shoulder. ;MIss Gladys Williams of Seattle, i*rved as maid of honor. She chose * jrey gaberdine suit, with black accessories. 'Her corsage was of whit* gardenias. Muter Sergeant Ray McCall aerved Mr.; Kimes as best man. A reception was held at the home of Mrs. George Williams following the ceremony. . Mr. Kimes was graduated from Blytheville. High School and has •erved seven years with the United states Army. Mr. Kimes .is now being transferred overseas and Mrs. Kimes is accompanlng him. » • * P. E. 0. Sisterhood Meets At W. I. Denton Residence Members of Chapter D, P. E. O. Sisterhood met yesterday at the home or Mrs. .W. I. Denlon on W. Main, with Mrs. A. B. Falr- . field as co-hostess. There were 18 members present. : Following the two course luncheon, which was served at individual tables, Mrs. E. R. Lancashire, pre- aldent, presided during a brief business session. .Mrs. "William Lawshe was in charge of 'the 'program and discussed, "Women In Fashion." The home was decorated with attractive arrangements of roses la/various colors, iris and othcr Spring flowers Recent Bride Business Women's Circle Meets With Mrs. Bel knap ;The Business Women's Circle of tlie Calvary Baptist Church met yesterday at the home of Mrs. Raymond Belknap for the regular business and prayer meeting. Mrs. Henry Berry presided during the business session, at which time various reports were given...Devotional was given by Mrs. Belknap and pmyers were oftsred by Mrs. Leland Hodge nnd Mfs. : -Lee .Jewell. -••' : ' •j,!""''"' , Refreshments were served by the hostess during the social hour. Mrs. Foster Entertains Town and Country Club Mrs. P. D. poster was hostess yesterday when she entertained members of the Town and Country Club at her home on West Main St. During the afternoon bridge games, Mrs, Cornelius Modingcr won high score and Mrs. Foster, second high. . • Roses and peonies were arranged throughout the home. Refreshments" were served by the hostess. lYoung Adults Have Parly At Rupert Crafton Home • A lawn party was held last night by members of the young adult rfass of the First Christian Church at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rup. ert Crafton at 6:30 p. m. James Terry ij teacher of the class. Mrs. Charles L. Craig was before her marriage April 10, at the Her- nondo, Miss.. Methodist Church, Miss Aldecn la Rue of Blytlicvllle. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ira La Rue of Steele, Mo. Mrs. Thompson Hostess To Demonstration Club Mrs, Robert Thompson was hostess at her home yesterday to IV members of the Yarbro Home Demonstration Club. The meeting was opened with the group singing "America" and was followed by Mrs. Walter Barnes giving the devotional. The poem "You Arc Not Old" was given by Mrs. Thompson and roll call was answered by each member giving some type of helpful Mrs. Spencer Bunch gave a report on the council meeting that was held nt the Flat Lake Club Saturday, and she also gave a demonstration on how to make stands for wash tubs. Each member of the club brought a bouquet of Spring flowers which were ujdgcd for their arrangement and won parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Saliba. * • . * Mrs. Jones Is Hostess To Bunco Club, Guest Mrs. H. A. Jones was hostess yesterday when she entertained members of the Friendly Eight Club and one guest, Mxs. Jesse Cain, at her home on E. Kentucky. In the afternoon games, Mrs, Clyde Eldddge won high score, Mrs Gene Ellis, bunco and Mrs. Jack Matheany, low score. Vases of roses, peonies and othcr , flowers, were used In the beauty. Mrs. Bob Copcland first for her roses centerpiece, Mrs. Dave and a Abbott. first on peonies and iris and second on roses, Mrs. Thompson, second on Iris nnd Mrs. L. R. Matthews second on centerpiece. A prize or a potted plant was presented to each winner by Mrs. Spencer Bunch, who is president of the club, when games were. Mrs. Aubrey Chapman, Mrs. Albert Holllngsworth nnd Mrs. Copeland won prizes. The hostess served R - salad ,])!ate with iced drinks. Mrs. Boyett Entertains B, H. I. M. Club, Guest Mrs. Fred Boyett Jr., was hostess at her home yesterday to members of B. II. I. M. Club and one guest, Mrs. clco Travis. Dhring the nflcnioon. when rook fames were played. Mrs. Leon Scherer won high and Mrs. George Saliba Jr., second. Bouquets of roses and other mixed Spring flowers were arranged throughout.the home. A salad plate with iced drinks were served by. the hostess. Mrs. Wilson Entertains • Club Members, Guests Mrs. Henry Humphreys. Mrs. R. D. Hughes and Mrs. E. J. Cure were guests yesterday when Mrs. Baker Wilson entertained members of the Wednesday Bridge Club at her home. When bridge grimes were played during the afternoon, prizes vrere won by Mrs. Humphreys, high and mixed lome. The hostess served a sandwich plate with iced drinks, • • * Mrs. Damon Entertains B. R. C. Club, Guest Mrs. Bob Harris was guest yesterday with members of the B. R, C Olub, when Mrs. Earl Damon enler- alncd at her home on W. Kentucky Mrs. Hva poe, won high score durhir; (he rook games, Mrs. R. A. Copeland, second high and Mrs. F, Rector, rooko. The home was decorated with wuquets ot roses, Iris, honeysuckle End othcr Spring flowers. Each guest was presented a miniature corsage tied with ysllow and green was served by . GRADUATES lonfftan . H jSSiV ^^ <ro Vi.bO.Witbuuei walches irom $39.75 « It Takes Only 3 Minute, fo Open a Charge Account Filzpalrick Jewelers 122 W. Main ' - Phone 2728 Stores In Memphis, Osceola, Paragould, SikesCon Mrs. McGregor Hostess To Avalon Bunco Club Avalon Bunco Club members met yesterday at (he; home of Mrs. Speck McGregor on Enst Dlugan St. Mra. Raymond Shlmlln won high score in the afternoon bunco games, Mrs. Eddie Ford Jr., bunco and Mrs. McGregor, low score. Attractive arrangements of roses In various colors, wygellas and other Spring Jlowers were used to decorate the home. The hostess served a dessert course with Iced tea. Sandra Saliba Honored With Birthday Party Sandra Kay Saliba celebrated her third birthday yesterday afternoon with a party at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Saliba. Approximately 40 children attended the lawn party. During the afternoon, moving pictures and photographs were nmdc of Ihe group and various games were played, after which refrcsh- nents of Ice cream and cake were icrvcd. Assisting Mrs. Saliba were Mrs. Bits of News John Lindsey (Dutch) Smotlier- raan Is spending a week is guest of his aunt and uncle, >Mr and Mrs. Elmer Lludsey In J>arsgo"uld, Mrs. M«rgaret Crcccllus has returned home from Walnut, Miss., where she visited her parents, she was accompanied home lj v her son, James, who had been visiting there for several days, Mj'>- C. O. Graves of "Blythcville, is 111 nl the home of her daughter Mrs. Joe Applebaum In Osccola. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ra?.er of Newport, have returned to their home lifter spending^ several days here with Mr. «nd Mrs Marvin Hazcr. Mrs. C. R. Graves accompanied by C. O. Graves were in Osceola last night where they visited Mrs c O Graves, who is ill at the home of THTJKSnAY, APRIL 29, 1948 Coming Events Social Calendar Thursday Alpha Alpha chapter of Beta Sigma I'M will hold its annual Founders Day Banquet in the Colonial Room of the Hole) Noble at 7:30 p.m. Friday The Ladie,s Bible Class of the First Methodist. Church will have a Covered Dish Supper at Die church at 6:30 p. m. The Ladies Bible Class of the First Methodist Church will have a Covered Dish Supper at the church at 6:3o p.m. Mis. Paul Bj'rum entertaining members of the C. 13. C. Club at her home. Friday Bridge Club being entertained at the home of Mrs. Toby Lons. Mrs. Jack Marsh eiitcrUIninE members of Alpha Bctn Bunco Club. Alpha Delta Chapter ol Beta Sigma Phi will meet at the Colonial Room of the Hotel Noble st 2:30 p.m. for the Pledge Ritual and Ritual of Jewels Degree. Miss Joyner Is Chosen To Represent Sorority Miss Mary Lou Joyaer, daughter of Mr. und Mrs. P. B. Joyner, has been chosen to represent DelU Gamma Sorority In the animal beauty contest at Die University it Arkansas Friday night. Each sorority and organized house on the campus was allowed one contestant, who will be Judged on beauty and charm. Selection of "Miss university of Arkansas" will climax the annual Gacbale celebration. Miss Joyner, a freshman at the University, was chosen as "Miss Blythevlllc" last summer for the Youth Week" Observed At Armorel Church "Youth Week" Is being observed this week by youths of the Armorel Baptist Churnh with a Youth Re- vjval. 'Frank Aitktns Is ati'ig »s pastor; Charles May, sunday shool superintendent; Gene Pierce, training union dlretor, Norma Alsup, general secretary and church clerk, Glenda Garner, choir director, Betty Pcnnfnglon, pianist. a:id the Rev. Homer Adkins, pastor of the church, Is -Hiving as evangelist, A Youth choir has been organ- led during this meeting. Civic Calendar Friday Concert tonight at 8 o'clock in the her daughter. Condition of Arthur Nabors, who was dismissed from the Walls Hospital yesterday is improved. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Black left yes- high school ^auditorium' tcrday for St. Louis, where Mr Black will consult a specialist Mrs. Ola Wltllford. accompanie< by her daughter. Mrs. Cornelius Schcrer are In Slccle, Mo., today where Mrs. Wllllford will consult her dentist. A. Saliba ami Mrs. George Pavati ; ,, J ' w ' Tomli "son has return- Out or town guests were Mrs Fa- , fr , om Sa " Dle S«. El Centre, Los vatl and daughter, Ruth, of El Paso i 1£ ,f, . otncr " ol " ts of interest Texas, who are visiting with her !' CRn { on)i a. where she had spent parenu, Dr. and Mrs J A Sallha "* ""> ' our ™»"™- ribbon, A desser^ course •he hcstess. Mrs. Hay Is Hostess To Demonstration Club The Dogwood Home Dcmonstrat- on Club met yesterday at the Dogwood clubhouse with Mrs. D. S. Hay as hostess. There were 18 nembers and two new members Mrs. Edythe Epperson and Mrs. Willie Lucas, present. Devotional was given by Mrs iay. who also read a poem en- Itled, "Mother." Mrs. J. T. Hipp, Mrs. Charles Rose, s«<nnii high. The two-course luncheon was erved at the dining room table which was centered with a novel arrangement of roses and daisies In low bowl. . C W. Ramey was dismissed yesterday from tlm Methodist Hospital in Memphis, where he has been A patient for several weeks. His condition Is much improved. 'Mrs Ramey accompanied him home. Mrs. aeorge Moore returned to her home yesterday In Roswcll N Mexico, after a weeks visit with her daughter Mrs. Erslcy Alford and Mr. and Mrs. John Moore and fam- Mrs E. T. l,nn B don of Osccola visited here with Wends and relatives yesterday Mrs.- Aubrey Canwny Is ill at her home on West Main St. Mrs. Alford Gray and son, Todd Jr., returned Sunday to (heir home In Conway, A rk., after spending the past three weeks with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. c. W. Ramey Mrs. R. F. Dcde of Cape Girardeau Mo., is visiting her daughter. Mrs. W. W. N^hnl and family here for several days. Mrs. Clymoiilh Walking left to- Sn , r1 f P 1 rSO " s ' Teml -' whcre s " c will visit her mother, Mrs I n Goodman for several days Lieutenant and Mrs. Delmar j Ashbury O f Washington, D c arc "; 5 ° f a dil "Shter "born at Waller Reed Hospital there. She has been named Mardel Louise Lieutenant Ashbury received »• .? - gs Bnd """mission at the Blytheville Air Base in 1943 He was «" "~or here for a ycar.Vu?- H)g which time Mrs. Ashbury was a teacher at the Lange School Mr and Mr s . s . L. Benlsh of Corning Ark... and Mr. and Mrs. John- rL, , r £ Cre ov " nl *ht Buests last night of Mr. add Mrs. R. c A u cn Condition of Mrs. J. o. Sudbury who has returned home from the Memphis Eye. Ear and Nose Hospital where she underwent an eve operation two weeks ago, is rn uch improved. president, presided during a brief business session. Mrs. Gertrude Bond, county home demonstration, agent, gave a' report on the county council mcet- ng held Saturday at Plat Luke. She also discussed furniture nrran K e- mcnt. Following Ihe meeting, refreshments were served by the hostess. Osccola Events Thursday Club 17 being entertained at the lionio of Mis s Elizabeth Balloue at, 7:00 p.m. Khvanis Club members meeting at the Grade School at 7:00 p.m. I'riday High School Band Concert—8:00 p.m. Special Services to Be Held at Temple Israel Special memorial services will be :ie!d Friday night at 8 o'clock at Temple Israel to mark the conclusion day of the Passover week. Dr. Alfred Vise, rabbi of Temple Israel will deliver a memorial ser- non and~1n a special ceremony he vill dedicate the new altar curtain, which has been donated to the Temple by Morris Silverficld of At The Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. H. c. Forsythe and baby, Tyler, Mo. Sue Benson, Portagevllle, Mo. A. N. Williams, city. Mrs. H. C. Gilmore, Steele, Mo. P. A, Dyer, city Walls Hospital Dismissed: Edith Dildine, Hornersvllle. Mo. ,Mrs. Vernon Morgan and baby, Caruthersvillc. Mo. Mrs. E. c. Williams, city. Mrs. J. li. Collie and baby, Luxora E. R. Lancashire, city. Langston Ashford, city. G. H. Harris, city. Buried Sealed Burial customs of the Igorot tribe, Luzon. Is to place the dead in n sitting position until the body Is dried, anrt then into a cave or grave. Osceola. in memory of his parents. A social hour will follow the services. Miss Alma Evelyn Hunt's Marriage Is Announced .OSCEOLA, Ark., Apr. 29—Announcement is made today of the marriage of, Miss Alma Evelyn Hurst of Osceola, daughter of W. C. Hurst and the late Mrs. Hurst of Memphis, to James Arthur Mills of Osceolfl, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Mills of Oxford, Miss. The .ceremony was solemnized Thursday, November 27, at the home of the bridegroom's parents in Ox- iord. Mrs. Mill? was graduated from A Memphis High School and is a graduate of Memphis Slate College. She taught for two years In Brownsville. Tenn., before coming to Osceolii. where she is the Spanish and Latin teacher at the high school. Mr. Mills Is a graduate of Oxford High School and served in ihe United States Navy during World War II. He Ls now engaged in business in Osceola, where they will make their home. "Blue Whale Unit" An old whaling Industry phrase, the "blue whale unit," is the yardstick of the catch. By It a blue Mention doughnuts; and you think of coffee Famous Doubles Mention Dry Cleaning and you think of C. & W. Cleaners I,ik« doughnuts and coffee our name goes wilh qualify cleaning. Our constant effort (o give careful attention to each garment means a growing number of satisfied users. Call us today and let us give your clothes the expert treatment they need. Phone 4343 for Pickup and Delivery Service 300 S. Division Moss Bryan Is Display ing Mother's Day Gifts Select a personal or a permanent gift from our new Spring collection of beautiful nnd lasting gifts. 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