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TUESDAY, JUNE 1, 194S Miss Bujarski Honored With Surprise Shower Bujarski of ewA Phone 4461 Richard Bridge Parly It Given Complimenting Mrs. Pugh Mrs. George jParatl Mrs Eddie' Saliba and Miss Alice Sallba were I £*>:>:;•::•:>:>;>;>;>•>:>;>:>;:•::*:>::*:>:•«;>;>;>•) Roberts of B!vYhiT. , u alt ss Allce Sal ba last night wli v ' * as ' lonwed Ioste5scs l«l night when they Mrs ' W - B - Haan tertaii.e with ertaliied with a bridge part'y at .- J helr ""me complimenting Mrs Clif- ZVL 8 "?,"" «!' d » P ;' eh , ° f Oscco!a ' '" e <°»'>"<- bridge games ^ ral elect and'"M'" ° f " le bl ' ldc 8 r oom| During the Memphis A "" a Haslott of Sclnia Saliba „„., , . . * Mrs. Push, low score. was ii<lrt i?' 1 ?, *'!l lte co!o1 ' scheme I A , Ul ' a ^lve arrangements of mixed «as used m the decorations of the me, rhe buffet was centered wilh an attract! carnation Miss and scheme j m"-aciive ai „ _ Spring flowers were used to decorate the home. of pink h ''- and - n '" g ' flanketi Mrs. Pugh chose for the occasion a black crepe dress with black acccs- ., „, ,, , ----- -j.v... „,>.- sories. She was presented a corsage «'.',, llcre " s ^ uesls ai Mr. and Of white carnations and , gift from ^ 1 ±,? al '" M Crook aild <""'Bl)Wr, a lace cloth and placed in the center £it« a plnk and wnltc umbrella of! crepe pai,cr under which the gifts w^.tti-raiK-ed. The refreshments of i ^..^ ,...^ j..v-iLULcti H corsage of white carnations and a gift from the hostesses. Following the bridge games, refreshments of a salad plate with '""•* drinks were served , Pfft " CCS have arrived home from Holy Angels Academy, Jonesboro, to spend (he Summer here with their parcnli. .Mr. and Mrs. M Morath and family. Mrs. Joe Mcssana and daughter Barbara, of Memphis, spent the Ijcre ns guests of Mr. and Inscribed, "Dick and Mary" added to the attractiveness of the setting. During the cvenlii" games and contests were played with prizes being won by Mrs. Roberts, Mrs Po"tz' e Ma ""'" 8 aad Mrs - G - O. Miss Hujarski wore for the affair a pink butcher linen dress fashioned with a ballerina skirt. Her ncces- i nones were in white antj she pinned : • corsage ot white carnations, a gift from the hostess, at her shoulder. P '' Uitt>S Minnie Lee Jones Stu3io Presenting Piano Recital Piano pupils of Miss 'Minnie Lee Jones will be presented in a recital Thursday night 8 o'clock. In the high school auditorium. Featured among the advance students will be Patricia Jean Utley ot Holland, Mo., playing "Hungarian Rapsody No. H" by Lisrt- Ella Mae Dlxon of Dell, "Rondo Cap- riscioso" by Mendelssohn, and Mona Joy Gaincs. "Prelude" by Rachman- inoff. Other pupiU who will participate are Billy Joe Nelson of Yarbro, Judy Yarbrough and Ginger SL r S rouBh of stcele ' Mo - Jimmy White and Bobby White of Manila- Emma Jo Perkins. Peggy Barnett ' Betty Barnett and Patty Jane McHaffey of Bi.rdette; Virginia Pepper oJ Armorel and Mildred Permen- I M-STzST S2 gSSS j students are from Blytheville: Judy • Burnett, Janet Taylor, Ann Criner Bertha Ann Gaines,, Pat Willin E - Barbara Pruitt. Erby Sue Orcor f,nd Jo Anne Tedlock were hostesses last night with a Gypsy parly at Barbara's home In Sun-Pride Addition. _ Outdoor games were plnyed and i after the games, Clayton Tricce presented a picture show. The young hostesses were assisted in serving refreshments of sandwiches and iced drinks by Mrs C H Orear and Mrs. Otis Cole. An out-of-town guest was Betty Louise Cole of Hickman, Ky. u.-^Y'i "'I? Mr , Si Klu '' WadcHufulil vunt lo Memphis today where they --• — ~ ..-•.. ^.;..t«. . \MU meet his parents, Mr and Mrs Guests were from Osteola, Steelo • Jilc ob Wadcnptuhl of New Orleans' r- .... „,..„.. ... 'La who will visit here lor a week ' Mrs. Harry Hcani was dismissed from the Methodist Hospital in Memphis Sunday where she underwent an operation last week. Hci condition is much improved. Mr. and Mrs. H. s. Wilson are the parents of a daughter born Friday at Blytheville Hospital. Their tot child, she hns been nnmeti Myra Jane. Mrs. Wilson is the lor- mcr Miss Cnrlene Wallace. Mrs. Barnes crook will leave to- mofrow lor a two weeks visit in St t«uis,^ Mo., as guest of her sister! Mrs. J. T. Ashley Is spendine'Two" nays in Poi-tagevillc. Mo., as guest (if l-tf*l*'flr,.,f.\.t~- If - ' I»U«.«1V COURIER NEWS Mits Moor* h Honor** With Shower and forty OSCEOLA, Ark., Jlme ,._ T , fist of > series o f pariie, to be Kiycii for Mlw Belly Jean Moore bride-elect of Eddie Pharo 0 , B i°™J w'h'"""• AU - 1 * 1B5 »'v«>l» s t "RIU. when Mrs. Billy J 0 Edrlnglou and Mrs, Dave Silverbralt entertained with a miscellaneous showei- and I »ce tables of bunco .1 Mrs, Fxl . rlngton's home. Miss Vivian Kalrley won hlch score In the bunco Raines, with Miss Morjoi-le Mnyo winning second Mlw M June ell R| i00re ' lo » *«"'« n '" d prize. ' °" 011 The gifts were nmmgccl on the dining table, which wai covered •|m a linen cloth and centered with n crystal howl filled with pink carnations intcrsvwrfcd wilh while slephnnotls and flanked by pink tapers burning in crystal holder. Silver wodriinfr bells were suspended from (he chandeliers. Oilier decorations In (he home were tall vases of hydrangeas In paslcl similes Miss Moore chose for the nf'fnir a white palm beach suit with brown nnd white accessories. She was ive- senlr-d * cor.snge of while cnmat- ons nnd n silver pitcher from the hostesses, Lake Street W.S.C.S. Has Remembrance Services n I* r- 5 y - ° d Portcr ' Joe »"<! Oival Gndc. H. P. Ramcy. John terd" < - Guthric Pen " ^ft yea- MembDrs of the Women's Society ! "'V^'Jir^ai'ihTel'^nnf r o T' several of Christian Service ol the Lake days. sc\eiai Street Methodist Church had spe- . o., as guest of her daughter, Mrs. Job,. R wall Mr. Wall and daughter, Kathy Ma- ,, Gentry, Mary Ann liam, Patsy Fisher, Sue Ledbetter. Pat" Stafford, Billy Haney. Margery Cngle Gena Gaines, Margaret. Kennedy! Bobby Jean Davis, Ann Seay Joyce Buchanan. Patsy Haj-nes, Carolyn Belew, Gary Taylor, PaLsy Crinnr Detores Penny, Glenda Penny. Bon- rae Nell McCormick, Gloria Smith Rosetta Smith. Peggy van Winkle Jean Phillips. Ann Hester. Alice Ledbetter and Melba Fisher. • » « Methodist Delegates Leave For Assembly in Conway Miss Mamie L. Adams. Margery Hale, Beity Jean Thompson Miss Juamta Eberdt and A. J. Book left yesterday morning for Hendrix College, Conway, where they will attend the Conference Youth Assembly which is being held there from May 31 through June 4 They ate repre.sentins the First Methodist Church here. Several courses will be offered SVnnd workshop groups will be organized. The theme for the conference 's "Jesus Way-Our Way" and the theme hymn is "Christ's Life Our Code." The Rev. Roy I. Bagley will be the inspirational speaker. cial memorial services yesterday afternoon at the church In remembrance of the Rev. K. H. Blevins nnd Mrs. A. S. Deen. Mrs. J. \v. Maloney led the program on the subject of "Service of Remembrance" and she was assisted by Mrs. C. T. Shamlin. Mrs. Iverson Morris sang a solo entitled "Hymn of Triumph" and also gave the closing prayer. Mrs. George stihvcll presided over the short business session which followed the program. G. E. 0. Club Entertained By Miss Jettye Huffman Miss Jettye Huffman entertained members of the G- E. o. Bridge Club and one guest, Mrs. W. H..O'Keefe last night at he r home. When bridge games were played during the evening, Mrs. Joseph W McIIaney won high and Mrs. Hay Whittington, bridgo. <?^ S- f r 1 ?, MilCS Jr ' an<1 "a»e"iU.v, Sally of Chicaeo. 11]., returned to ineir home today after spending the past two weeks here ns guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs C w Hamcy. she was accompanied by Eniadel Swearenjen, who will visit her. Mrs. H. s. Swearengen Sr, moored Uiem (o Memphis where they left by plane. Miss Monta Hughes left today for Brighton, Term., where she will spend the Summer with her parents. Mr. and Mr s . j. s. Hushes Rooert Annme Berryman of St LOUIS and Blythevitle. and hh fi- Vacation Bible Schools Report Large .Attendance The Vacation Bible School of the First Methodist Church opened ye.s terciay with an attendance of 1Q-) including the faculty members and students. The classes are two-hour sessions beginning at 8:30 a.m. and ending at 10:30 a.m. There were 41 «-ho atlemfed the school at, the First Christian Church yesterday with three new members enrolling today. Tiiis Is (he tint year the Christian Church lias had a Vacation Bible School. Classes start at 3:00 a.m. nml continue to noon. Weiner Roast Is Given For Intermediate Girls The Intermediate Girls Class of Hie Baptist Chapel met last night it the home of Mrs. Henry Westbrook lor a wolncr roast. There were 10 members and the class sponsor Miss Ruby Brown, present. Various games nm! contests were ilayed during the evening. Milt smooths on '•.; ""THE succeM ol '*• * up depends upon i fch lo I * i . «"~—•• "i*-"ii • lUZZ~ ree .skin oji wlifch | 0 wor | c and a smooth technique oC . iK paint. ; f you shave !C K S, pave ,UK- way for the ra -/or with « a stiibl)Ie-sofleniii K lather. .- : A dry sh»vo too often leaves ,; pin-iwlnt stuhhle. 4 Kor a smooth tcclinlque of :;, (Hitting on liquid stocklnKs ,.' use the mitt niclliod. Fo ,.; thiit, strap », velour powder -j '.; pun to your hnnd ttien iwin- :#, :,- I'liounh. liquid make-up into V •u a siuicer for one replication 3 ,' mid dip i n n ,i (t lo j-j,.,!, • ./•j the slulT. ' Apply milt to lets w \it. vertical toc-to-knco strokes Ihe use of * m ju almo.st Uniform covcr- .. «;i(h no ovcr-lannjiip if you'll wutch whnt '" !• After using mitt " "p lo dry. To .simply moisten it Make-up saturates mid " shave Itiimsivcs Coming Events Social Calendar Wednesday -— —, ,.. , lllu ,„, ,,. f- H ; J - M - dub members being anc-ee. Miss Noel Ellen Swank of., J" 1 "'" 1 ^ at the h ""« °t Mrs Kennett and St. Louis, Mo., were L Crer ' the guests here Sunday of Robert's OM >• r,, , Thursd:l y "<"-»" ( - •>• -• -- - - rcoul - rls : Octette Club mcetlug at the home of Mrs. M. N. Nunn hJ, h "': Sd ?, y Co . n 'ratt Club mem- , . Bouquets of roses, columbine. ers parents. Mr. and Mrs. R. A Berryman. Mr. and Mrs. Berryman and Sober i, accompanied Miss Swank to Kennett late Sunday afternoon and Robert returned to St. Louis yesterday morning. Harold Rand is spending several days in Memphis visiting friends Mr - j , • •-.i-tin[3 Ji juiiiii. Mr nnd Mrs. n. A. Copcland had snapd^ons 'and •^1^'""^ Mrft A^^r. 8 ^ ^.^ arranged throughout I Mary Louise, and Mr. Waicrs" motli' Thursday entertained at the Russell Phillips. Thursday nook Luncheon Club being Mr. Luxora News nnd Mrs. J, s. Olive spent home of Mrs the home fcr the occasion. Refreshments were served. 3 Mississippi County Students Win Awards At Military Institute Three students from Mississippi County attending the Kentucky Military Institute at Lyndon — were among those receiving ho jofoith. Thursday c home club iriembo rs. T. V er. attend a convention' for several days.' He will return home Thursday ic'wc""' 1 lMrS ' Mike Ynl " s ' pent ! Night Club members n ( " -boo, c.ass ^ pltst Clulrch w '» chllrch nl 8 " p.,,,. at the Commencement yesterday. w^k'Tn"™^ 10 '' 6 ' E s P eildl »8 « wees in Hot Springs. O. w. Davis and daughter. Bnb- projrrami ^ le - p - H - Cutler, T. r. Seay Joe I Jonak-.n of Columbia Mo MrV Bill M?-= h ^ Cri . eeer ' son of Mr - and Hafding, Mrs. Chester Bur'nham and Mrs. c. E crigger o f Blytheville re- f on > "anny, arc ceived the Hodgin Tennis Trophy which is presented to the outstanding member of the tennis team John p.egciiold. son of Mr and Alpha Beta Bunco Club the weekend with their son. 'nob Olive, and Mrs. Olive In Hughes, ML<s Eva Cooke returned Monnay from n visit with her sisters, Mrs. Stella Vollmcr and Mrs. John .. HcfKn. i n Memphis. She was accompnnled home by Mrs. Hcflln «ho stayed lor n visit for several rtnys wllh her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. c. Cookc. Miss Virginia Jlnwen, n student l Mlssisr.!;M,l state College for Vvomcn, Columuus, Miss will cn- Icr Mississippi stnle Collcne Stark- ylllc, for the summer months. She s the dniiBhlcr of Mr. and Mrs Howard Boivcn. Mrs Rny Olive left Sunday for Arkansas State College. Jonesboro where she will attend the Summer terms. Mrs. olive Is n first B , w |e teacher In Luxora Grmlc School Mrs. Ixjgnn Kozclle nnd dnughtcr Miss Dorothy nowJie, motnrcd to Mississippi state college, Colum- Diis. Miss., Sunday for Mrs. Ro- zccs daiiBhlcr, M| ss Frances Ko- zclle, who Is a student Ilicre R. "• - Shower Party Is Given Honoring Mrs. Paul Hays LUXORA, Ark.. June l~Mcmbcrs of the Husiness Women's Circle of Iho Luxora IJupll.st Church wern Biiests lout night. wi , cn Mra A |3 Hill nni) Mo. Ancel Montgomery' compllmctilert Mrs. Paul Hays with chNrch" "' tbC SOCl111 room5 OI lhc A color scheme of pink nnd blue was carried out in the table decorations of low bowls of pink and blue t'nrden flowers. ho'st S " ltl< ' PllltC Wfts • sm ' c<l ''J' "«-' quc-slluu arc not letlml. but nro used In conjunction with deadly 8 , ls e!, since they cause Iho victim to tear off his gns inn.sk nml so expose himself to certain death iNOW! Deiully Kxposnre Two of the clelit KllsPa ln USI , nt He o,,d of World war I will ,,ene- trale any K as mask. The i, vo /„ Don't forget the Big lot FOUNTAINS! Everywhere! ! C. Langston nnd daughter ' being »"••'• Leonard Klllson, Mrs. Ellison * and Miss Dolly Ooswlcfc left Saiur- "* rfilv. tn,- \lrlllj .,,._., _ .. ^".<" «..|«j,i ania uiinco Club beinc wonai'd Klllson, Mrs Ell son entertained at the home of Mr ,\ mtl Mlss " ol| i' Ooswlcfc left S*i«r- Jack Marsh. Mrs day for William Wood Co!lo G e Fnl- ' * • '?"• Mo - "'licre they will attend trlf* cm rln lit 1*1,1 ,,r ».»_ r Civic Calendar ^riork hunting and fishing* Hills, Taylors Entertain 45 With Picnic Sunday «..,... t » uwannuy, son ol Mr. and 1 Mr. and Mrs. Harrv Tavin, n ^ Mrs j A. Qwaltney of Osceola was Mr. and Mrs. Fell" Hill enterMh, 5 ctected to the Student Honor Coun-' 45 relatives and friend, wih ™-£m W8S 1C °"' y me;nb «r of the: Picnic at Walker Park Sunday aftor .opaomore class named to receive '• noon »unaa> altcr- :his hinor. , — ..^^^.. u .u. ov/ii vi jvjr. ana Mrs. E. M. Regenoid of Armorel received the "neatest cadet nwnrd" Charles Gwaltney, son of Mr and Tuesday American Legion Auxiliary—en m American Lcplon—g p. m . Wednesday Klwanas Club, Hotel Noble—12' • 10 p.m. Thursday- Rotary Club, Hotel Noble—12:10 Osceola events of FOUNTAINS! Everywhere! ' Mrs. Loveless Hostess To Demonstration Club The Shady Grove Home Demonstration Club met Friday at the Lake rrance. Calif., Mrs. .nil of Church, 7:00 p.m. - aby of I Mid-Weck Prayer *ScrvIi Elmer Fair- [ Baptist Church, 7:45 p. m . h« . \ • ^""er j--air- r>apn<a unurch 7-^ hear ot Chicago, Mrs. w. M. Corner! Methodist Choir' and two children of Ottawa m, '' vnoir Firsl • ....o. iv. o. tAJVfJL'SS WlCrt Subject of the progran^wns^t^ble' e 9' Ort Auxiliary Plans H5,?!;~ ^^u^srs^ sr,- &^ fr =;^£5i s b?rv j r s ^-- --- •" - less assisted by her dauphtrr MrV ' \< B ' O '»r K f l at 7:3 ° 1)l11 '- ton '8hl, Russell Files ' ' '; • J - Humphrey, announced today. RITZ THEATRE BLYTHEVILLE, ARKANSAS FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 4fh r 9.-30 A.M. E!G ADMISSION CARTOON SHOW FOR THE KIDS meet n i the Edrl "6ton Thursday Philathl.in Class meeting the graduation of Mr LanE&ioirs daughter, Miss Sara Langston, who will accompany them home Mr. and Mrs. Russell Dowen of Luxorn. and Mrs. R. w. nmlcr ot Osceoln, attended the alumni banquet of the University of Arkansas at the Hotel Noble in BljthevJllc ! Friday night. At The Hospitals Rlytlievllle Hospital Dismissed: H. T. Henderson, Dell. Walls Hosnital Dismissed: Luther Bc.irdcn, city. Mrs. H. s. Jordon/city ». C. Hall, city. Linda Kay Banncs, city. — 3P*"* *PI«J ^lu BrNGO PARTY WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2 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 Two Hours of Your Favorite Cartoon Character, Do na i d Duck .. T!)e Tft , kjng Mngpi( , 5 You Will Receive Free T Sack of Popcorn and 1 Comic Book STOP ITCtflMG * DISCOMFORT JONICHT • ' irig °mcVlir™to l n'of a"" c . onifclrl - . GRAY e 's""o"lN fMfNT Do you suffer distress fronTZ^ ±FEMAl WIAKIi With its Nervous, Highstrung Feelings? lr< "' M «l by distress Plnkham's Compound Is u.-h^t poclora mil » ultrlne reditl« if SM",S'^, sootf ; 1ng crri: « "n «>« oi uoman s ino.st Lmport.int orenni: Monthly Female Pains Pinkhim's Compoimd is v f ,-j ^«''l'= to relieve monthly ah? 5 ' h cac! «<:l>c. bjckncho —xhcn due to tcmalc (imr^ Honnl monthly disturbances" TOHIV-OIVE iJPSTICK for only Think of it! .'«m c P"««l».«in B lc lipstick! -H one for y^clt and sc ' era l m^for g','^ 7i«y" "7"-'».,V,.0,,e" /.,>,,,VA-, »• gtomoroij, ro.or combination, t • U lr ,lc,, Parly-Mi,!,,; ght , ,. ,. • CuniraLand-MidniBhl .......... • • - -fej fcfr.fcm • Has,,I,crrj--|.- limi1 , k V ........... for 7''' ! ;™; f •> v .............. ...for (Inrliskin WOODS Presbytwrions Face Problem of Uniting Bronchos ~.»i*n, Q4 JUJA9 Weary Presbyterian d« southwlde convention close of their tix-fer day with on* at tt»' Iroverslal Issue* ot the to be decided. I* 1 * Program Coounltt«4 'or today the knotty Drobl<_ union of the Southern bnjneh the church. The luu* wa* ed to brine contldenbl* an from the convention floor. One Southern »roup 1* at.,, opjwsed to the mercer on mrouaat of charget that the Nor3>4rn bunt h l> "too llber«l" In 'ti' rrmr«5i of the absolute divinity at CbrS. The merger IMU« followed a*tl tlcment of another thorny pnfc. lem—«• movement to get the Southerners to pull out ot the Federal Council of Churchet at Christ ta America. The conventSon voted JT4 to 108 to stay m the Council The vote followed two hour* tt debate during which the opposition chnrged that (lie councU U"Oom- numlstio In trend, pacifist la atti- Oimonents of the council >1» charged It wns "evasive when )' comes to believing in the divinity of Christ." , ' INOW! jot FOUNTAINS: • Kverywherel _.. .. .ontinuons Shows Kvery. Day Box 'Office Opens 1:4f . Show Starts 2:00 LISMN TO KLON M »..«- 12:4S p.m. 4-M . Tuesday noUBLE FEATUBI The Challenge with Turn Conirtjr «nd J>n« vtri«»ii| Caged Fury with Rlchirii with Rlchirii and Sheila Ry zn Continuous Showln Er Wednesday Friday Box Office Opens S:3t Show Starts 6:45 Oiicn, Sunday 1:00; surtj 1:IS Continuous Shows Sat & Son. Bargain Night Every Nighl Except Saturday, o passes honored on Suidaj • Tuesday and Wednesrfar f>()l!BLr FfcATURE DRUG 22] West Main STORE Phone 507 AJexanders

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