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PAGE POUR BLYTHRVILLE (ARK.> COURIER NEWS oce ty Phone 44(1 Mirror Room Is Setting For Dessert Bridge Party vita. S. M. Regenold entertained •Piwooijnttely 7« guests Monday afternoon with a dessert bridge In Uie Mirror Boom of Noble Hotel complimenting Mrs. E. A. Regenold of Pari*, Tex., »•>» lias been visit lot with Ur. and Mrs. Regenold and Un. J. C, Shapira of Mount Utoion, Pa., who U the housegiie^t of Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey White of Osoeola. The Mirror Rocin was decorated to reumble a garden party. The bridge tables were centered with bud vases of mixed flowers and ba- Dessert Bridge Is Given By Mrs. M. G. Goodwin Mr;. M O. Goodwin was hostess ycstcnisy afternoon at the Rustic inn wl'.h a dessert bridge parly honoring members of the Bi-Monthly Bridge Club and eight other guests. When bridge games were played during the afternoon, Mrs. A. M. Butt won club high. Mrs. S. P. Martin, club second, Mrs. S. E. Tune, guest high and Mrs. Loy Welch, second guest high. The sniRll tables at which the guests were «eated, were centered with small vases of sweetpeu. Bouquets of hydrangeas and snapdra- of white gladioli were arranged throughout tlie room. The prizes wrapped with an pastel 3hades and entwined with ivy and rosebuds 'added to (lie flower de:orations as did the refreshments and tallies. by breath. In each • window were I *ons '» pastel shades were arrang- placed brass containers holding > fa thvughoul Hie room lor the' vine* and greenery. Floor baskets occasion. i Miss Jane Dorroh Is Bride ^ca wid^iJCU W1VII illl H3- \f-\r r\ I VV/'IT y-1 of colored satm ribbon in [ Ul i aul WllJiam Larmean Miss Margaret Jane Dorroh, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles Dorroh of Caruthcrsvllle, Mo., be- In the .afternoon bridge game.;, came the bride of Paul William Mrs. Rodney Banister won firit. Cannean, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. prize, Mrs. Earl Still, second, Mrs.; W, Carmean. also o( Caruthersvllle] William Godwin, third and Mrs. \ In a ceremony solemnized Monday' Max Logan, low. night at the First Baptist Church Miss Betty Sue Croom Weds Orl»n Billy Thorn The wedding of Mts* Hetty Sue Croom, daughter o[ Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Croom of Leaclivllle, to Orlan Billy Thorn, son of Mr. and Mrs. c H. Thorn also ol Leach- vllle wa» solemnized Saturday night at the home of Ihe bride's parents, The Rev. Eugene H. Halt pastor of the Methodist Church, officiated at the double ring ceremony in the Presence of intimate friends and relatives of the couple. The bride wore a while dress with white accessories. Her frock was complemented with a shoulder corsage of pinlc carnations. Mrs. Charles William, »ho wus matron of honor, was the only feminine attendant. She chose for the occasslon, a pink linen dress with white accessories, »nd pinned a corsage of white carnations at her shoulder. Charles Williams seri-ed Mr. Thorn as best man. Immediately following the ceremony, a reception was held. The bride's table was covered with a lace cloth and centered with a three tired wedding cake encircled with greenery and flanked by Bits of News M^&f. Out f.f town guests .who attended; there. The Rev. Floyd V. Brewer J wn 'te tapers burning In crystal included Mrs. J .A. Merrill, Mrs. S. A. Regenold, Mrs. J. H. Grain, Mr.;. W. J. Denton, Mrs. Ralph Robinson, pastor, officiated at the double- i hal der». ring rites. The couple left on a wedding trip Large baskets of white gladioli' bcf °'re returning to Manila to make Mrs. J. O. Cullom, Mrs. J. R. Cul- ! against a background of huckleberry thclr home, where Mr. Thome is k>m and Mrs. N. B. Ellis a'l of Wil- j w'ith three graduated arches rim- j en B»e<:d In farming, son, Mrs. W. E. M:Math and Mis. lined with white tapers and flunked Godfrey White of Osceola, « • • Mrs. Hays Is Hostess V To Friendship Class " Mrs. Archie Hays was hoslc-ss last night at her home to 14 members of the Friendship Sundjy by wrought iron candelabra formed a beautiful setting for the wedding party. A program of nuptial music was presented by Mrs. Jack Hopke, organist and Miss Jacqueline Roland 1 and Dickie Cunningham, vocalists. Mrs. Milton Ueleke, Cape Glrar- deau ,Mo., cousin of the bride, served School class of the First Baptist' fls matron or honor. Bridesmaids Church and two guests, Mrs. John t were M ' ES Corlnnc McCormack, St. ~ ~ '' Louis, Mo., Miss Myra Bronkie, Buffalo, N. Y., Mrs. L. B. Buchanan and Mrs. Dick Thwcutt. Tapers were lighted by Miss Mildred Buchanan girl. The bride, given In marriage by her father, fore » wedding gown of eggshell slipper satin fashioned with a fitted low cut bodice bordered with a bertha of clinntilly lace em- R. Scott and Mrs. John McDonald. Mrs. Pat Chitmon presided ove? the business meeting during which Mrs. James, Fisher was elected >u serve as class minister and vice- president and Mrs. Leota Burnett as group captain. Mrs. C. E. Evans gave the opening prayer and the monthly reporh were given by Mi*. Mason Marshall. Mrs. Chiton gaye the devotional on the subject of "Church Worship" .., and Mrs. J&mea Lunsford closed the i broldered in seed pearls mul white meeting with prayer. j sequins. The long fitted sleeves, but- Refreshmenls were served bj 1 Ui= to»ed at the wrist and ended in lily Points over the hands. Tin graceful folds of the skirt fell from a bustle back and ended In • long court train. Her fingertip veil ol imported eggshell illusion was attached to a Meniben of the Business Wo- liflra °'*Penrl!zed blossoms and tiny men'i Circle Seven of the First Bap-! Breen leaves. Her only ornament was ti*t Church were enlertained last! R sl "8'e strand of pearls, a gift o! night .at the' home of Mrs. W. E. I tne groom. Wade with a "Gypsy Party" with I eh * carried a white Bible topped " Purple throated orchids show- Royal Service Program He/d by Baptist W.M.S. The Women's Missionary Society of the Number Nine Baptist Church ' met Monday afternoon at the | church fora Royal Service Program. There were 10 members present. The meeting was opened by the president, Mrs. W. E. Rhoads with the group repeating the watchwords. The devotional, taken from Matt-! he\\v was given by Mrs. Raymond ' Whittle «nd prayers were offered by Mr. and Mm. Edwin Jones have completed their new modified Ca--e Cod home at 1525 Holly and nre now residing there. They moved Friday from their former home nt 1710 Hearn, which was sold recently , to Mox Logan. i Mrs. Freda Jllnlon and son Nor• man, of Lansing, Mich., arrived to j spend the Summer here as guests of her sister, Mrs. Russell Wert nnd Dr. Wert. | Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Huntlcy will | leave tomorrow to spend a month In points of interest in Canada, i Mr. and Mrs. R. o. Sheppard of , Paris, Ky., spent the we'okend here as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dewey | Sheppard and family. I W. J. Wumferliclt, Jr., and Rupert Martin Crafton, Jr., nre spending the Summer at Camp Rio Vista, Hardy, with Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Ward. They are serving as office managers there. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nelson will spend the weekend in Kansas City, j Mo. Condition of Mrs. W. W. Berryman, who underwent an appendectomy Sunday morning at the Bly- thevllle Hospital is satisfactory. Mr. and Mrs. Max L. Thomus and family of Evnnsvills, Ind., are spending several days here as guests of Mrs. Thomas' sister, Mrs. George Duvall and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hoe and daughter, Mrs. Joe Evrard will leave for Macon, Ga., Friday where they will spend a week as guests of their daughter and sister, Mrs. J. E. Clause, Dr. Clause and daughter, Marsha. Condition of Mrs. Earl Wilson who fell two weeks ago »nd seriously Injured her leg, is much Improved WEDNESDAY, JUNE 30, 1948 Barefoot Beaut/ By Alice Hart NKA Staff Wriler Less-than-lovely feet can ! bcalltics °" the b <»ch, ^ n pass as ails are and Miss Bcitye Jean Hnmrn. Bettye ! Mrs - H "rshel Rustln and Mrs. Frank Faye Blair, niece of the groom was '""•'• ring bearer and Joan Prost, flower has lew. • • * "Gypsy Party" Is Givea For Baptist Circle Seven Coats. Others who participated on the program were Mrs. Bob SloviU], Mrs. Rustin, Mrs. Wayne Moore. Mrs. Horace Caldwell. Mrs. Tom Dodson, Mrs. Coates and Mrs. Rhoaris. The group was dismissed with Former A Coppe/Jo Choir j MernJbers to Hove Part in Dedication of Auditorium I with her daughter, Mrs. Paul Brawley, who underwent an operation at the Memphis Baptist Hospital. Mr. Ashley was accompanied home by her niece, Paula Brawley, who will spend several days here. Mrs. M. T. Moon will return home tonight from the Memphis Methodist Hospital where she has been undergoing treatment since Monday. Mr. »nd Mrs. J. Farris McCalla nnd Mr. and Mrs. Baker Wilson have left for Rochester, Minn., where they will attend the Mayo Clinic and from there they will go to Northern Minnesota, where they will vacation for several weeks. •Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Rice and son. the nail. Next, dunk your toes In warm soap suds. You'll have better suc- Spread toes with cotton before you polish '' v '"' '•'-••••< mr.ssa.-re from i-i^s !•> ' ••»,, cess in shredding off cuticle, if, speed up drying, after polishing use you 11 scrub nails with a stiff- one of the quic-k-drvi,,g aids devised bristled brush. After soaking, apply for the manicure ' a cuticle-remover, preferably of the j If you want vour feel to be a oily type, and probe with the blunt credit to your spruced-uo toes let end of an orange stick. That done,, the last pedicuring ritual be a cream soak and scrub nails again. massage. And stroke on cream with The important procedure before a hand brush. Dab on cream—from polishing Is to lodge rolls of cotton: toes to knees if you want legs to between toes. This forcible spread- j benefit as well as feel -and don't or iocs while polish dries prevents stop brushing until all the cream individual coats from merging. To i has vanished. Coming Events Social Calendar Wednnday Avalon Bunco Club members being enterlalncd at the home of Mrs. Eddie Ford Jr. Thursday Mis. R. A. Copeland will be host- ev, and Mrs. N. W. Kyle, co-hostess (o members of the past matrons and past pUrons of th Order of Hit lastc-n Siar with a covered dish supr:er at Mrs. Cnpcland's home Thursday Rook Club member) meeting at the' home of Mrs Wendell Eaton Octette club members belne en- lenlained at the home of Mrs LOT Welch. ' Thursday Night club meeting at the home of Mrs. N. w Kyle O. N. B. Club meeting at tile home of Mrs, Norville Humphrey Friday ' Dorcas Sunday school class of the First Baptist Church will have Us monthly business and social meeting at the church at 2:30 p m with Mrs. E. E. Ridings and Mrs] C. L. McWaters as hostesses C. B. C. Club meeting with Mrs Cornelius Scherer Fxecutive Board of the Baptist. Women's Missionary Society will meet al the home of Mrs. w. Marion Williams at 3 o'clock. Alpha Beta Bunco Club being entertained at the home of Mrs Lane Noncll. Civic Calendar Wednesday Kiwanis Club, Hotel" Noble—12'10 p.m. Thursday Rotary Club, Hotel Noble_i2-10 p.m. Chamber of commerce Board of Directors—2:' p.m. Allen have returned home from • West Plains, Mo., where they visited Former members, as well as mem- i with Mrs. Rico's mother Mrs E bers of the Blythevllle High School's N. Laird ' . -. . three rue*U, Mrs. Howard Matting . ley. Mr* Paul Human and daugh- «ed-wllh flur-d'amonr and sleph- ter, Susan attending. anotls. Dr. Edaa- Nies presided over the I B1 " Bobbins of Stcele, Mo., served business meeting and Mrs. Otis' Mr ' Carmean as best man and Bheppard gave the mission study. • Game*, and contests were conduct*d during the evening by Mrs. Herman Walls. Those who were awarded prizes for having the best costumes were Misi Ruby Brown and Dr. Nies. The hostess was assisted in serving refreshments picnic . style by her daughter. Miss Carolyn Wade. » » « Dinner Party Is Given Honoring Thomas Family Mr». Max L. Thomas and family, of Evansville, Ind., who are the ushers included Frank Dorroh and I.« Dorroh. brothers of the bride, Jim Clemmons, of Frankfort. Ind. and Dick Hopkloa. ot Mount Pleasant, Tcnn. Immediately following the wedding a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents. Those who attended from Bly- Iheville were Mrs. Belle Wood and Dr. Edna Nies. • t • Bingo Party Is Given Honoring Tommy Hartzog Pat Bartlow was hostess last night guests here of Mrs. Thomas' sister, I wh en she entertained with a party Mrs. oeorge Duvall and family were | honoring Tommy . Hartzog, who. guests of honor last night when witl1 hls parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Mr. au1 Mrs. Silas B. Nations complimented them with a dinner party «t their home in Haytl. Mo. The, dining room table at which the 13 guests were seated, was draped with a lace cloth and was centered with « large bouquet of rose.? In * r.rystal bowl Following the dinner the guests were entertained with a theatre party, there. . Thoi? who attended from Biythe- ••nlle war Mr. and Mrs. Duvall" and lamiiy. • * • Mrs. McDonald Is Hosless To Tri-Town Club, Guesls Mrs. Jack Thomas H.ile. Miss Mclly Guard. Mrs. Di:k White ai.,1 Mrs. Robert Scott were guests yesterday when Mrs. John R. M-Don- aid entertained members of the Tri-Town Bridge Club at the Rustr . Inn. iS. Off to Newport for Store Competition Mits Lonnie Johnson of Bassett, "Miss Osceoln of 1918" left this morning for Newport, where she will participate in the beauty millest today nnd tomorrow. She was accompanied there by Miss Wanda Pope and Mi«s Sara -i-v . Lnngston, alienates., Billy Nichpl- a cnppclla choir for the 1947-48 accompanied home "bv °Mrs"''LII'TCI' ' SO - M nmi Mrs ' Bva Por>1; Tarver, who school term will meet at 7:30 tonight! who will remain here for'an'In-'I chapcrone. definite visit. . I They will DO joined there this afternoon .by a group O f the Osceola In Hie First Msthodist Church to' practice for the selections, to be given Sunday when the American Legion's new memorial auditorium on North Second Street Is dedicated. Mrs. Wilson Henry is director of the choir. One of the numbers to be presented Sunday Is the "Battle Hymn of the Republic." Texas Minister Accepts Pastorate at Immanuel The Rev. Ericlc C. Hecksher, of Orandfall, Tex., has arrived here to accept the position M pastor of the immanuel Baptl* Church. He J . a i' cees and also other bonders . '" Osccc>l! > who were unable to e this morning. Worth D. Holder and Charles Blttner, former Army pilots of Bly- thevllle, returned lust night from Memphis where they had participated In a week's reserve training program at the Army Air Base MlSS Maloch Is program at the Army Air Base there. Both took refresher courses in various phases of "ground school" instruction along \vlth the reserve flight training, Mr. Holder said M n yvl 'SCe//aneoU5 Meeting, Picnic Held By Demonstration Club OSCtOLLA. Ark.. June 30-Miss Ann Maloch brkle-elect of John Andrew Edrington was honored last nieht when Miss Martha Jane Bunn complimented her with mais- cellaneous shower at her home. Twenty-four guests attended the a- 'ffalr. which is the first In the | Lions Club Gets Report On Phone improvements i E. F. Forrest, district supervisor of the Southwestern Hell Telephone Company from Jonesboro, explained the telephone system of Arkansas to Lions Club members and guests -?.t the luncheon meeting in the Hotel Noble yesterday. | Mr. Forrest made a comparison i • 1'honp between the present system and the ! E system in operation in Blythevillc -----before the war in order to show the ' improvements being advanced the telephone company. The Lions Club voted to assume partial financial obligation for sending Miss Bobbye Faye Michael to the National Homcmakers Con- • ference at Kansas City. Miss Mich- jael was one of the four girls out of i ll.COO in Arkansas to win the Hame- mnkers award. ' Guests of the club were Jerry Foe, W. B. Nicholson, and Bill Williams Sr. The sun shines hottest on ice- ?overcd mountain peaks. THE CURTAIN SHOP Mrs. N. .J. Humphrey 108 So. First \^<jntinuuus Shows Every Da y Boy Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KI,CN )8:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. «:S| , „. by ----- . ------- — —t^,,., ui.u.^i.. nc . [ iirtu. WHICH Jl trip Firct in fV,^ succeeds the Rev. A. M. Houston, i The Mississippi County Council I series of parties to be given for her Home Dmumstration Club met Sat- i Prior to her marriage The dining room table from which assorted party foods were served who plans to enter mission study work near Blytheville. The Rev. Mr. Hecksher received his degree from the Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary In Fort Worth, Tex. "He was pastor of the First Baptist Church in Grand- i serve ' w»s overlaid with a lace cloth and fall. Hartzog, will leave soon to make Tex. their home In Slkcston, Mo Eighteen of Tommys closest friends and his mother attended the affair which was held at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. F'arllow on Kentucky Street. During the evening, bingo was played with Larry linker winning' the prize for the boy who bingocd ' the most and for the girls, the prize : went to Dolores Penny, jimmic Lee ! Moore won Ihe traveling prize and • Shirley Alley the consolation prize. ' Following the games, the guest of ' honor was presented a gift by his I hostess and gifts from his friends, i Attractive bouquets of gladioli and pansics were arranged through- ' out the home. 1 Miss Nanry Partlow assisted her mother in serving the refreshments, i Mrs Hecksher will teach in the ..„„.„„,„„„ plal:< , Gomel School. She Is * graduate silver pattern by the of Mary Hardln-Baylor. In Bclton, J Firemen Make Run Firemen were called to the "Spain Bottoms" area on Noith - unlay at the Bit Lake Park for a picnic lunch and meeting. Approximately SO members attended. Plans were discussed for the vest wa s centered with a low crystal cfinp during the business session, i •»*'! filed with mixed Summer Mrs. Gertrude Bond Holiman. 'lowers. county home demonstration agent, As M 'ss Maloch entered the home was presented a place setting in her "> th « strains of the the Weddin" March" the 24 guests formed a receiving line t o congratulate her Miss Maloch wore for the occasion grey and pink linen suit with Street (his morning when a N'e gro wo man smclled smoke In her house and reported a fire. No fire was found, however, and the smoke was white accessories. MIs s Bunn was.assisted in serving flnd entertaining by her mother. During the afternoon bridge | Di , m i , games played. Mrs. James C. Guard Mrs w B won high. Mrs. James Terry, «.-.- I «= -•-• -'-^' ond, Mr s . James Lee Brooks con- wlation, and Mrs. Gea n Te'aford, : DTlugO. A dessert course was served. Al The Hospitals r.lytheville Hospital r , V "' K " Miss Brinn Complimenled 'At Miscellaneous Sho\ver Mn. otto Bradberry, Mrs W E Potter. Mrs. A. L. Whistle and Mrs' O. W. Crawford were hostesses Friday night when they compl:- 5!!"* d . -M'fs Bonnie Brinn, bride- etect of Billy Leslie phi!!ir,-, -f,-;^ * Bt 'he home During the evening• various party (•»*» irere cot.ducted and prizes •«re woo by Mr«.. June* Tidwell •ad Mrs. J. R. oil). Trie boctoKt *erved refreshments ff punch and c*ke. Ifltcn. Holland, Mo . Manila. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. M D. Gibson. Chcwchase Mrs. Lula Sliarpe. Keiser. THE (Dainty , COOHINC, FAT CANDIES I «Mr« r n yt*vi//e at A^OODS DRUG STORE Dr. J. J. Webb Accepts Position in Knoxville Dr. J. w. Webb has accepted a surgical residency nt the Knoxville General Hospital at Knoxville, Tenn., In diseases of the eye. This residency will qualify Dr. Webb lor the American Board of Ophthalmology of which there are approximately 1500 members in the United i States. Dr Webb left this mc-mtng , and will be gone for one year. "Pardon my Burp P.MtheBELL-ANSliWfUforHEARTBURN" Wjj en ei rcw siojuacli arid rs uvs painful, nifforafr* ItiHRaj. four stomach ITU] heart li urn riiKtoriiumaily - the Ia5r(.tt-af|[tii; tniUdneo Knn^n for BEU-ANS for Acid Indigestion 25 ,< WalchYour Tims . . . tn have your w;itch clenncd. The n^cc to have it dune is here. Why? Because the use of genuine p:irts makes our service dependable. F'afr Jeweler Jlnin & 2nd St. Wednesday & Thursday yelected Short Subjects Continuous Showing Every Daj RECORDS Carolina Moon Perry Como Judaline Tommy Dorsey Lonely Charlie Spivak H Im Elected..The Three Suns Rainbows End.. .Freddie Martin Love of My Life.... Atli« Shaw Racing With the Moon Vaughn Monroe I Lov c You Truly, Wayne King Ml Always Be in lave With You ................ ... Sammy Kay Somebody Else— Not Me ....... .................... Phil Harris Speaking of Angels.. Tex Bencke Rock Me, Mamma .............. ................ Arthur Crudup ''ell > Woman ..... Johnny Tyler Don't Feel Sorry for Me ....... .................. Pte Wee King Shenandoah Waltz ............. ............... Clurlie Monroe ADAMS APPLIANCE Company, Inc. J. \V. Adams, Mgr. 208 \V. Main Phone 2071 ALL July 1st throuh M 10 Must Clear Out All Summer Footwear and Broken Lots — To Make Room For New Fall Shoes! Prices Quoted Include Federal fix: o5 So!e Price $3.00 Children's Slippers ' t *°of .'I 6 P " Ce $7>QD ^ C0 ' 6 ' 25 & ^ Sale P, $4.c 5 /.95 & 8.,5 Sa!e Price $6.00 5>0 0, 5.50 & 5.75, Sale Pr. 3.95 Pasfels Sof<e p »ce $10.03 All Platform Sandals . .$3.00 All Sales Cash All Sales Final Hosiery Special! ODDS AND ENDS Displayed on Rack .... Seam/ess Ny/oru 2 Pair for $ A 50 A I Soc „ ~ »• SHOES all Colors Except White 3 Pairs $.400 (6 Pair Limit) I Box Office Opens 6:31 Show Starts 6:45 Opens Sunday 1:00; SUrlt IMS Continuous Shows Sat. & Sun. Bargain Night Every Night Except Saturday No parses honored on SuatU; at Roxj Theatre Last Time Today (DOUBLE FEATURE) Return of Monte Cristo with Louis Hay ward and Barbara Britton Crime Doctor's Gamble with Warner Baxtrr Continuous Showing Every Daj Thursday & Friday (IHHiBI.B FEATURE) v \ s-w Xj[ VVITHOUT PARALLEL " Gaiy Cooper DAGGER;' ... l '- Continaotis Showing Kvcry Day

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