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SATURDAY, JUNE 5, 19<lg BMTHKV1U.E (ARK.) COUItlKR NKWR ocie ** Phone 4161 Blytheville Man to Claim Bride In Double Church Ceremony Today In a double wedding ceremony to be solemni?ed this afternoon. 4 o'clock in the First Baptist Church in Kemigll, Mo.. Miss Noel Ellen Swank will become the bride of Robert Armine nerryman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Armine Derryman of Blytheville, nmi Miss Carol Swank will become the bride of John Jacob Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. R .M. Miller of Kennett. The brides are the daughters of Mrs, Noel E. Swank of Kennetl. The 'f Rev. Owen Sherill. pastor, fill olficiaie ai the double ring Mrcmony before an altar banked with greenery and floor baskets of white gladioli and Shasta daisies flanked by wrought iron candelabra holding while cathedral tapers. Mrs. J. A. Hpinphill of Kenncti, will serve as organist and Mrs. Ben R. Swank of University City. Mo., an aunt of (he brides, will 'be soloist. Shower Party Is Given Honoring Mrs. Green Bits of News Ben Swank Jr.. of St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Swank and daugh- \ i IT, Sally, Mr. and Mrs. Rual Swank Sr., and Ben o f Charleston. Mrs. Gilbert Hazel. Mrs. EUa Eli- i Mr. and Mis. L>en* WeW> led yes- lerdny lor ludln. Cnlif., where they will make iheir home, Mrs. William Orin Oreeii Jr., the 1 Mrs. t>n ROM Sr., l*ft today for tormer Miss Vcrnell O'Ncall was i Hopkuusvillf, K>'.. wiifir t-iie will siw>nd two weoks with her sister, Mi*, b. N. Lnwry and. Mr. Unvry. Ros» Dllliin HuglMMi has arrived home from the University of Texas, Austin, wlieie lie received Ins de- srte in Business Ailniiiiiklriiilon. llo is lhe .soil of Mr. and Mrs, H. U. Hugluvi Sr. Billy Sain Hervynian. son of Mr. honored Thursday night, 7:30 o'clock, when Mrs. Henry Berry com- plimeiued her with a miscellaneous shower at her home. Coming Events Social Calendar 8t. Stephens Kven'|i\( Oiilld will meet »l lh» home n( Mr. S. S, Patterson HI I o'clock. Miss Mavy Frances Niinn com- pllmcnilnt Sara Cirnce Joyiwr and her linnre, Jsck McPhall OhesuuU nf Vi'i'O lleiu'h, Fin., wllh a drcip- In nt Hotel Noble from 8 till 10 o'clock. Business Women's Circle K\... nl (he Kirsl Hnptl.il Olnnvli mert- Ins nl tho home of Mrs. Alvln i,nn« Swank Sr., all j Mrji Green chose for the affalv, \ f 1 ' 0 - Mr - «J' d !» trock of grey and white Russian' PACK mi Shower and Bridge Party Compliments Mist Moore OSCKOl.A, Ark., June 5. Miss Bttly J««» Moor», brldii-elcc'l of Mdl« Fharu gf Birmingham, Ma., w«s »|nln (•omullmenletl Tlmrsclny nlttht when Mlsa June Rlnmils Wll- born mid Mrs. K. . B. Haw n\\er- l«liied U jwbts with > brlcltp unit Hum »liowrr il Ml.u Wlllxmi'» home. In illp bridge BIUUCK |n;iyoil. Mhs M.xire won liluli score. Mlki Vivian Moore ol nivlhi'Vlllo. cousin of (\w licmcii'M, rfrdvKl wwonrt «iul Mtsa MLUY KU/.uljclli Italian nut fur cou- Learns Fast . . . lyman, Mrs. Altlrea Uantlolph, Mrs. i cor( | wllh whl(e nc e ss ories. she Lynn SraitH, Mrs. H, S. Smith and [ Jjcr. i pinned a rose corsage at her .shrnil- Mr. and Mis. Denver Fike all ot Cariithcrsville. and Ml. and Mrs. Alvln Howard Graham o( Sleele. Mr. anri Mrs. Max Parks and rtausli- Mrs. Hemphill will play the "Bii- ter ' Miss Mal '- v Auu Parks, Mr. :uid dal Chorus' from Lohengrin as Ihe j Mis - Jam « Nelson Parks. Mr. and processional and Mendelssohn's "Wedding March" as the recessional. Mrs. Swank's numbers will m- Mrs, Curtis Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. I,, (•: Baker and san, Larry, Mr. :>ud Mrs. Baker Wilson and clauylile elude "I Love Thee" by Grieg and i Jall <> < m(1 son ' Bil1 EUlndge. Judge "At Dawning" by Cadman. Other and Mrs. Zal B. Harrison and sons, i nuptial music to tie played will tie ! Todd allti Max and daushlcr, Mr.«. | whcl , 'J'he hostess a.s.si.stf rt hy Mrs. John Charles Bright uncl Mrs. Errjy Hodge served refreshments. Mrs. lilkins Is Hostess To C. B. C. Club Members Mrs. O. O. Elkins was hostess Hi her home yesterday to members ol "Sweetest Story Ever Told," "Lords Prayer," "Because." and "I Love Von Truly." Mrs. Swank will wear for the occasion a pink crepe frock with while accessories and a shoulder I torsatje of white carnations. Mr Hemphill has chosen a powder ultie gown with white accessories and Herschel Cutter, Mi 1 , and Mrs. | Oeorge Bii'liaivi. Mi", and Mrs, Rou.se H9l[>, Mr. Riul Mrs. C. A. Taut, Mr. and Mrs. U. W. Mull ins fltirt Mrs. Ona Gr.'.lmtn, all of BiytlieviHc. Rehearsal Dinner Given Mr. and Mrs. Berryman and Mr. and Airs. Miller entertained last night nt the Steak House in Ken Houqucis of rosfs and snapdragons In pastel shades were arranged throughout the home. The hostess served a salad plate \vilh iced drinks. Business Meeting Held By First Baptist Class The Dorcaa Sunday School clays gowns of white bridal satin, fash- } served at long tables arranged to j ", ""'tj^d. Church met i r .,,o^ ,,.;,v, „ ;,„.,, .,_i , inrm o "T" willi nirilr »nrt wliiie jcsiuur.y auernooil al me cnincll will pin a corsage of white gardenia;, ! nett. Mo., with a rehearsal dinner ai her .shoulder. T« Wear ldentle»l Gowns ! for members of i parties and the two wedding bridc-5, who will be given in i mediate families and out ol town by their C. Redman, will grandfather, C. ' guests. wetr iileiuicat • The three-course* dmncr was 1 toned \vith a nnrquiscite yoke, out- linetl with teed pearls in a floral design. The long piecves will end in orm a "T" with pink and while streamers plami the length of the tables and interspersed wllh pink Contests were conducted during Hie evening and priaes worn won by Mrs. Marie Hurnlsh and Mrs. 1,. F. Hodge. Bouquets of hydrangeas and roses. were arranged throughout the home j "'"> Uls R A - Berrymnn and Hob (or the occiuslon. Mcuiuuds. son ol Mr, and Mrs. Noei 1 McOauiels. IfU this week lor Clmu- Uuq.ua. N. Y.. where Uilly Sam will smciy rudlo line) Bob will lake i dramatics course. Mr. ami Mrs. E. r. Silll. Mr. and Mva. J. A. Leech. Mi, and Mrs. H. W HaniM, Mr and Mrs Unwell Phllh|)s, Jr. and Mrs. Coleinan Bli;- veus, Mr. ami Mrs. E. .M, Reynold and Miss Amu yay ileck ftllended the dan^e which was held lust unlit at tl\e Delia Club in Osccol.i. Jue Sanders and his orchestra played lor the clanci'. Mr. ami Mrs. Oroide. Stillwell and daughter, Miss CieorRC Ann Siil- w'uil, Mrs. liiilh Holder and Mrs. Victor Slihvcll were in Slkesion, Mo., to allend the weddlnj; lasi night of Hil!j Jack Hunanr sun nl ton. formerly of Hliihevllle, lo Miss Jean Chapman, daughter of Mr. anti Mr.i. Jess T. (J.iapumn, which wn.s solemnized at the Slkeston Baptist Chinch. The bridegroom is the nephew ot Mr. Stilwcll mul Mrs. Holder. Miss George Ann SI11- wcll remained over with the Hogtuis lor several duys visit. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Dunn owl children, Jimmy and Mary Ann. and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene LMunclim i of Union City. 'Venn., ulll siiemx at 1:45 oVlorlt. solution. Women's Council of Iho l-Hrsl t ''"' B " ( '' i Wfle n "'""K''^ <>» Hid Christian Clmrc-li lo mocl tor » i ||I " 1|1 « '""'i'. «'lileh was ov.-rl.iW missionary slndy >t the home of I W|U| " llv "' cl " th " IMl l '<' 1 >l' - rcd wllli rook games were, played, and white snapdragons. The only light was furnished by fingertip white cathedral tapers which were • placed in nests of paMcl colored ribbons. for a business nnrt social meet- The napkins were bridal napkins i McWaters gave a report on the etched in silver with silver roses i Southern Baptist Convention which in <in« ramcr I was ' lelti ln Memphis recently. Mrs 1 and this was followed by a ]>ray- er by Mrs. McWalers. Mrs. Arthur with placed in one corner. I was held ln Memphis recently. Mrs Corsages of white, gardenias were | J- w - Portlock gave the devotional worn by occasion each bride-elect for the Following the dinner, the group; Rushing closed the meeting • ptayer- went to the church where rehearsal was held. Miss Gertrude Bond's Marriage Is Announce! Bond' to Ben W. Holimon, calla lily points over the hands and the full gathered skirt will extend into a long train. Their veils ol Illusion edged with lace will fall from an orange blossom tiara. Miss Noel Swanlc \vi]l carry an | arm bouquet of while gardenias and j Miss Carol Swfttik's bouquet will uii | of wnile roiCi interspersed with swectpeas and stock. . Miss Noel Swank will have as her maid'of honor, Miss Ellen Schmidt of Jefferson City, Mo., and her sister has chosen as her maid of honor. Miss Rosemary Wiseman, o! Dos Moines. Iowa. , The maids of honor will wear P'dentical gowns of apple green taffeta Ia,shioned with marquisette yoVes an'd bertha l collars. The fit- led bodice will end in galhercd skirts over hoops and Ihey will carry colonial bouquets of painted daisies. '' Candelighters will be Miss Patti Ann Redman and Miss Elaine Redman of Kannetl, and Miss June Kil- patriclc of New Haven, Ind., cousins of the brides. They will wear identical gowns o! pini taffeta fashioned along the same lines as that of the ihalda of honor. They will carry bouqueU of painted daisies Attached lo the candleholders. 'Father Is Best Man Ralph Armine Berryman will serve nU son as best man and Ernest F. Smicr of Kennett, will be Mr. Miller's best man. Ushers will b« Gene Swank, brother of the bridac of St. Louis, James Curtis £kagg& of Kennettj Max Harrison of Blytheville and Joseph W. Kilpatrick, CDtuln of the brides of New j lerday Haven, Ind Mrs. Noel E. Swank, nioiher of | guests, Mrs. Chnrles Qulnton and the brides will wear a gown of ; Mrs. Q. T. Sprayberry, at her home green and while sheer crepe with ' on Hearn Street. . white accesioriBt and Mr. Berry- j During the afternoon bunco man's mother has chosen a grey games, Mrs. Marsh won high score. iliK with 13 members and one guest Mrs. John F. Duncan of Mountali View. Mo., attending. niurrow here with Mis. Dunn's " j moihei. Mis. Peurl HUTS. Mrs. 1 Dunn and children will remain for K w eck s visit. which, Mrs. Duncan and Mrs. C. U loiueht lov Washington. U, U., ;md Now York City where Ihey will spend a Iwo we*k's vacalion. Mr. and Mrs. Randolph IMUnn and son, Kaud\, of 1-,'eniurvillc, Miss., are spending several day:; here as gue.sls ol Mrs, H. C. Pat- Ion. Muss Freda gmith left yesterday Refreshments wei. served durliu ' f0 ', OaincsDoro. Tenn.. where sha Iho <:n<-ial hnnr " I Will SpCIld CCVCral WCCtS Wl.l lid' the social hour. _ < ^^^ Mrj R fi ^^ ^ gojj _ Mrs. J. O. Kills Jr. Kxccntlvo Hoard of (he Women's Auxiliary of the Vlrsl 1'rcsbylerlan Church nircllnit ill- the clnuch ul ^::io. C'«, K, O. Club members belns enterlalned nl Ihe home of Mrs. Joesph \v. Mi'Haney. WomiMi's Misslonnry Union of Ihe Flr.sl Uapllsi cimrch meciliiR at lhe church al 2:30 p.m. for a business mcethii:. VOIIIIK Women's Auxlllarv of the Firsi nn|Hl;.i Ohmcii mrrilnv ?.t Hie home of Miss Bernlce Over- ninn nl 7:HU. Women's Soclcly of Chrlsliin ChniTh mcelliiK nl lhe ehuivh nt 3:00 o'clock for a hvishie.ss mcellUK, Wcslcyan C.nlld of Hie Hrsl Mclli- ccllst Church having Spaghetti supper at Iho clnm-h at 7 o'clock. Allcrnocm Guild of Ihi 1 Kplscopal Chureli will mc-ol at 2::lO p.m. nt lhe home of Mrs. Andrew Mo:('s. La Nuevc clul) meeting al the home of Miss Mary Adnh Uobluson at 8:00 p.m. Tuesday Hrtdco Club members meeting nl the home of Mrs. W. 0. HlRginson. Til-Town Club members | al (lie home of Mrs, Halo a. Clwrlevnlx Chapter nl tho naugh- lers of Ihr Aincik';ui Ite-volntlon will meet at lhe llolel Noble [or n luncheon \villi Mrs. Mibrcy Conway. Mrs. Fred Rutherford and Mrs. F. B. Joyner us hostesses, Miss Sura Grace Joynrr wll] uc- come the britlc of Jack McPllall Chcsnult of Vcro Reach, Fin.. In a ceremony In he snlemnlacd «t 4 o'clock nt tin First Presbyterian. Ch.iirr.li. Avalon Bunco members mcfttllig al lhe hntne nf Mrs. 1'nul Mnhnn. Thursday . Oclolta Club meollne nl lhe| home of Mrs. C. F. Tucker. crystal howl nilcd wllli dragons and ilmsln dnisii's. oilier ilccoraticms used In Hie home wcro low bowls of pink carnaliiuis and daisies. The Rursf yf liimoi 1 was luevsrulcd a corsase of plcardy «l»dloli from lhe hn.ste.sfie*. Hhe chosi- for HIP iH'cusliui it fixick nf blur dolled Swiss and whllr. Hi-cc.ssdrlcs. A snlad cnilisc was served nt lh e conclusion nf tlic Klines, Presents Recital CARUTIIim.SVll.!.E, Mo., June S —John Paul, son of Mrs. Kulh Paul anil llw Idle J. A Paul ol Ilils city, "'us iircM'iitcd in a piano ri'cltal here Friday iii K IH, ,lnnt <lh, »i iho high soluiol nndltorluni. • Mr. i'uul. who shciwcil consider- ! able taloiil in both piano and uruau t when in ])| !; h school here, lias re- I rrnlly Ki-«ilii»ti>rl from ihe New ; York City Con.servalory of Music, i His rpcitnl, .s|nui.sorcd by 1he Ca- ruUiersviHo Music study Club, consisted ol ifi tiuiiihi-rs. Al The 1'iospitals Itlythrdllr HlwplUl Dismissed: Palricla , IMWVPIIC*. cilly. Olarenceiie Heliiu. oily. Randolph I*e, Ijlllmiun, Mo. Wall* llospllal WetheWomtn By EuU UUM4 Nf A HUM Writar • fn a {M>ycholocU di earned up by tfnnl land tried out on.ntMi u | students, thi prDfeMor* w«r« Mr. prised in (Lnd that in r«p*»Un| Ijie "sasisip' 1 given them, UM women tended to emphuli* the put* (hitl vwr« derogatory U thdr «wm x. Thai really shouldn't hmv* mir- prlted th« prolewon, or U)> else. Women have a unlqut lcnhiK to goulp. If It't 10 a woman, tin Item «( gouip in one eaj and out the othu. Qiit, when tt'i deroiatory, R in Ihe memory Itidiflnlltly, wbef* 11 (an be dragged up and Iciith at any lutyre date. Oh, That Mr«. KvJUl "Mrs. Jones Smith," Amit repeals thoughtfully when Junes Hi\iiiK's name U rr*n "Isn't flie the Mr«. Jones Smith whe divorced her husband and th*n murricd her chauffeurT YM, ,1'm Miro fhe't Die one. It hiratijtil nine or 10 jeurs »ro, but I r»m»»r bn very well Mrs. Whlte't telllnc me a)l about It," And so U joe*. Women'a nUn* Jim work that way. Without any cKorl at all. Itioy can cutalotue Hny bi>. ol gossip lhat puts »noth»r •.vnmnn in t bad light. nut they are very v»gue about the complimentary things they hem alxnil another woman. Th»lr luci'Ui! filing system Just to»M into tho di*cmd Hiiything that Mintlin- w.iinnn Innk MM. Mre. .1, 13, lloneycutt and buby. Fit. :i. city. Mrs. G. M, Whistle. BlncV Ouk. Marguei-iie Hlnylock, lit. 2. city. Clarence Lee Flowern. Rt. 1. elty. Mrs. H, R. Hicks and baby, bux- ora. Mary l/ni anriiell, city. James Oarnctt. ull.y. Mnry Sue Dower. Manila. Dorothy EaBnn, (illy. BHS Attendance Records List 66 The marriage of Miss Geinui-ie .... . . . Bond, daughter of Mrs. Laura Bond i Vty j {-|-j ]\JQ of union city, Tenn.. and Holly I Springs. Miss., and the lat« R- H. I Students of Blytheville High ble and .son. Thursday Night Olnli members being eiUerlallied nl the home of Mrs. Don Haley. Thursday Hook Club members Mrs. H. Q. Towlcs ««d children, j meetlns; at Ihe home of Mrs. T. W, . of School who had a perfect attendance Lana Kay and Larry lell yesterday lor Nonvalk, Oiliu to visit with her moihev and other relatives. They were accompanied to Memphis by Mr. To.vles. Bftibara AL>n ainilh will leavfi tonight lor Milwaukee. Wise., where Mrs ' Velia Holimon of 'winona.j "cord lor the 1947-« school year: Mic will Sl nnd s(.vcrol week's v,»ca- Miss., was announced today by her ! follow: | tlo » with her sister, Mrs. Ray Pas- molher | Ft&gy Jo Freeman, Bobby "White, j C" 1 "- Mr - « ! «soltl and children. The wedding was solemnized I Edward Pipkin. J w. Booker. Rsy' Mr - a '"l Mrs. VV. W. Watson are May 15 in Hernando, Miss., at the [ Buchanan, Jerry Phillips, Marian'in Kenncti, Mo., today where U-.cy home of lhe Bev. M. C. Whitlcn, Mayes, Dorothy Wright. Kathryn i will attend lhe wedding Ihis at- pastor of the Baptist Ohiirch there. '• Mrs. Holiman is Home Demonstration Agent lor North Mississippi County and will continue her work here for an indefinite time. Mr. Hoilmon is engaged in farming In Winona, Misa. Mrs. Marsh Is Hostess To Bunco Club, Guests EUna Rutli Freeman. Rich-) lernoon o! Mrs. Watson's nieces. ard Lum, Louella Alley, jnckie Plill-i Noel Ellen and Carol Swank, lips, Don Peterson, C. G. Redman, i Mr. and Mrs. Cecil l-owe and Dorothy Him. Juanita Eberdt, ina ! sons. Jerry and Jimmy and Miss Oarwile, Patsy Rulh Haynes, Mar- Betty Ann HarDer will spent tomor- Iha Traylor, Dorothy Rice, Howard row in Memphis. They will su es- 1 Robinson. Cal Oossett, Hill Bar- pecially la meel Mr. Lowe's niotli- Goforlh. Elliott Fletcher Chapter nf tho United Daughters of Hie Confederacy meeting at the home ol Mr», Loy Welch al 13:30 p.m. FrWajr C. B, C. Club members will meet al lhe home of Mr.s R. A. Copelaud for a pol-luck dinner. Alpha Beta Biiiico Club being en- Icilaincd nl the home of Mrs, Fled McGregor-. I Club to Be Built Over Japanese Corpses MANILA IUP>— The . new »20fl- Mfl Manila Elks Cluh will sit on a (iimuiftllon of concrete and cnipstn. The bodies o( an esUmntcd 2(10 .Inpanesc InCnntryincil are burled V,':lli n hot I|«K in her rii;ht liiiild Hid an Ice nrcnm bar in her left hiindi Isiibel V.iclicr looks like n typical Amorii'.in jjirl llv« mln- ulc* aflcr her arrival (l"0(Ti Fuiiu'C. The nine'-yciU-oUl Pnrl- licnne wns ilown in this country ',o niiiicar on a radio program. Remote Control Makes Baby Sitting fmy SHANKS V1U.AC1E, N. Y. (UP) —Majnr J. I,. Wonii. nf Senllle, Wash., who \r. suirtylnii nt Columbia University Teachers' College to lake over a ohnln of radio slatlons In .Inpim, hns devlpoil n radio baby stticr which wimbles hhn in cnm for sevdi-al Infants while nlUliiK at home. A sensitive nilornpluniD is plncnd by each child's crib and Is connected wtlh an aimilHIiT Inbolcd wilh the baby's name in Wood's. iNOW! I I at FOUNTAINS! home. under ruble In the, basement of the fornier chihhnuta ut Hie cnncr piowrly- of Dcwey Hmilfvnrd and L.uilela ' Olive. The new club is unlim u[, near each Tnlt'rnphoitn «' » clnck placed dieok whether it h of ocmonl," said Ilin Manila Elks Prcsldcnl, W.H. I'hll- llHs. "H wintlil Inke « good sU Civic Calencjor Mu n (lar \ J Junior ChambDi' of Commerce—\i 1:00 p.m. i NVhou a baby cries, Wotid J i tu the s|iol with (be necessary j oliaugo of dlnpcrs. drink of wnlnr to do Is simply lo imur the m whn ^" c < sc "'">' Bill fll" ' on top of them. "We've decided lhal HID months lo pry Ihose bodies and all that Junk out nf Uiere." ..mtinunus Show* I?ox Office Opens \ ;4» Show SitSFU 2-.00 LISTEN T() ».<•. 12i«J p.m. nelt Fowler, Thomas Prince, EXi- Bene Shephard, Charles Pritchard, Billy Gene Mann and Sue McQee. Those who had s perfect attendance for the second semester are J. B. Riggs, Freddie Smith. Donald Rice. -- er, Mrs. D. A. Low* of Millinglon, Tenn.. who will visit with them for a week, and Miss Wand.i Barham ot Colorado Springs. Coin. who..V]ll also visit with her cousia, Miss Lore IK: O|dhnm for sevcinl rlny.s. 'Mrs. Jack Marsh was hostess yes-j "'"• Billy Edwards. Hlanley In-j Mrs q o A | cxapf ier apit son, when she entertained lhe | *"""• f' r °" a ^J' 6 Goodrich, char-1 returned from Wc-sl Memphis, La.. • lene Tart. Sara Harrison. Reba 'Alpha Beta Bunco Club and *•*'<> !„"',. . ,r r>v. A _1 n - /^i.U.t.k.1 ml^' UI,llilLJ J. O. Droke, Jim Deer I3enny Byrum, Mary Traylor Betty Ami Harber, Jackie Estes, Patsy Cliltwood, Eetly Arney, Fredrich I-ickmaim, Bob Damon, Ezclj Wilson, Louise Turner, Opal yesterday where they had .spent a week as guests o( Mr. and Mrs. E. Lion's Club, Hotel Noble—12:15 p.m. American Legion—8:00 pm. City Council —8:00 p.m. Wednesday Kiw.TtiBis Club, Hold Nobl*~12;10 p.m. Thur.siluy TioMry Olnb. Hotel Noble—12:10 p.m. Farewell Party Given G. Snipes and family. The.- were • ^n^ W i!!Ti, e ,t nc?e w W ( BY Miss Ehis* Wright grandmother. Mr.s. H. L- Chambers, j and other iclatives. Attend Services qt The First Church of thi Nararen* Corner Flrxl »nfl Syoamore Streets SUNDAY 11 a. m. ".toll's Secret of Success" 7:15 p.m. "I)aii E cr of Heintf Spiritually Deceived" __ SPK.CIAI, SINCilNfi Daniel Stafford, Minister deep pur- | Mrs. Quinton low score Dance Is Given Kennett. Tile dining room table will be overlaid with a lace cloth and will i . . hold two double tiered wedding'{• or Dell ollppcr Llub cakes banked with gieeuery and 1 white shasta daisies. Mrs. Alviu ! Mr. and Mrs. Bill Turner and Mr. Howard Graham ol Siocle. sisler ot ' and Mrs. Herman Kecler vcre hosts Mr. Berryman, and Mrs. J. D. Faulkner of Kennett. will serve the 60 Pupils Attend Daily Bible School at Yarbro About 80 pupils Daily Vacalion altended the In the Yarbro and hostesses Thursday night when ducted this week ,., lllt; ,„,„,„ Ihey entertained the Dell Supper Methodist Church, it was announced and Miss Ellen Schmidt and Miss Club members and gucsls with a yesterday by ihe Rev L McLeslcr brother, Harvey Morris. 1138 West Hearn Street, and Mrs. Morris. Miss Morris has been I" the Navy Tor more than 18 years and now is stationed in Cherry Point, North Carolina, where she is in charge of lhe dispensary in lhe Marine. Hospiial In that city. : Miss Mary Ann smith and her rani:cd throughout the home An out of town guest was Seaman Charles Warren of the Naval Base in San Diego, Calif. RcfresrnneiU.s of cookies and iced drinks were served. Sprayed by l'Une Rosemary Wiseman, lhe They will be assisted Alice Comslock. Pillsjurtf, Kan Miss Kathleen Grnocr, Prmcelown. Ino... ,wi-ss Jcrene Eilenberger, Jefferson City, Mo.. Miss Doris Bower. Herman, Mo.. Mis. Jack Meridilh, Wall Lake, MlL'.i.. and Mrs. Frank Crail, Cardwell, Mo. Aiier liie reception lhe Iwo couples will leave on wedding nips, ai- ler which Mr. and Mrs. Berryman .dinner dance at the Legion liut.' |m t or . MJSS A1|(:e Marle R • by Mi.ss. Approxlrantely 60 gueslj attended director of the school --- and instructors included Mrs. Albert Holllnsworlli: JOE Freeman. Mrs John Johnson. Mrs. Calvin Hollinsworth, Mrs. Gene McGuirt, and Mrs Paul The result* of th* school will be the affaii Flower at rangcmciits of pink hydrangeas, snapdragons, larkspur and other Summer flowars in paste! shades centered Ihe dinner tab- Abbott, le and were also used to decorate the rooms. Pink tapers burning in | reviewed Sunday during the Church crystal holders were placed at m- , School hour and several exhlbils tervals the length of the tables, prepared during lhe week will be . grandmother j! today by pi Calif., where they w : lll spend Spraying of California fruit or- Mrs. J. F. Smith left cliards olieu in done by means of ~" ' ' "" Angeles,; airplanes. While flying at low altitudes, they lay down a barrage month us guests of Mrs. Smith's [ of jras, which exterminates the son, Wallace Smith Bnci family.! insects. They will also visit in Dallas. Gal- — vcslon, and Houston, Tex., before' returning home. tables. , Guests who attended were Mr. and ! shown. will return to St. Louis, where ihey i Lee Coon, Mr. and Mrs. Noble Gill, nil: make then- home, and Mr. and I Mr. and Mrs George Hodge, Mr. ! Mr.s. Miller will go to Columbia, Mo., ! and Mrs. Ova Hoiieycull. Mrs. He- i Youn" Peoole Will to live. len Sanders. Dallas Brownlec. Mrs. i . "» " f . " ' Many Guests Attend Mavis Settlemire. Clem Whistle i At Presbyterian Church Mr 5 . ucrryman will wear lor Uav- | Jr.. Miss Nora Simpson, Klmcr Slone • elling, a pink palm beach suit with! Miss Mary Trances Bowman of, white accessories and will pin a i corsagt of white gardenias at her shoulder. Mrs. Miller has chosen a fl^own and white suit with bro\vn Tnci white accessories. She will we.u- a cordage ol while rose buds. Out ol lown gucsls who will attend are Mr. and Mrs. J. VV. Kll- palrick and children, Joe and Jane ol New Haven, Ind., Mrs. Veruon Caro, Cardnell. Mo., Mr. and Mrs. 'Hie young people of the Presby- Monette, Cecil Metcalf nnd Mr. and j lerlan, Christian and Episcopal Mrs. W. D. Howard, who are new, Churches will meet at the Pres| bylcrian Church Sunday »t 6:30 members of the cltlb. am. for a supper nnd discussion on the subject. "A Christian and His Recreation." • Th« Rev. Lester n. Slrubhar.! pastor nf the First Christian j Church, will conduct tht discussion ' group for the juniors, Todd Haru- .son will conduct the intermediates : class and the Rev. Harvey T. Kldd,' pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, will lead the discussion group for high school and college students. [{emcmher Kolhrock's for PRESCRIPTIONS PHONE 4451 I NOW! MALOHE Plaster and FOUNTAINS!! Stucco Phone 2029 It's Not Too Late for SAFE FUR AND WOOLEN STORAGE Nu-Wa Laundry Cleaners 220 North Second Street Phone 4474-4475 HEAR ALL tHAfS ON YOUR PHONOOi.»»H NEEDLE Economy On Stage in Person ROXY THEATRE Trail to San Antone with O«n« Srri.il "Tr\ (lr:inir font. Shnwi Sn. U a,m..'ll;M »JB. Sunday and Monday Monday, June 7 Plus Picture Program Matinee 1:30 p.m. Night 6:45 pm. Special Midnight Show with Complete Chang* of Program Adults 61 c Children 25? Nt^u; AIM Short* Cnnt, Showing Sunday 1:15 to 11:* Box Office Opuu Show SUrt> <:4S Open^i Sunday I:M; SUrU 1:11 Continuous Shows Hat A Su. Ba i K.I in Nhjht K*frj Mjht Kxcept Salordij No parses hnnored on Saaday M Roxy Thcatr* I , S»tariUy Dead Line I v with Sunset Canon Serial "Dick Tracy R«t«r»i" N«. 4 and Short | Con I. Slumhi! SalunU; U:N-11:M SUNDAY Kox MovteUne N«n *•* Continued Showir*

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