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PAGE FOUK BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.Y COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, JULY 2, 1048 Phone 4461 Engagement Is Announced Miss Iva Louise Seay i To Wed Randall Hawks Mr. find Mrs. Thomu Ivy Seay today announced the engagement of their daufhttr. Mlw Iva Louise 8e*r to Irby Randall Hawks, son of Un. Bertie Hawk*, and G. C. Havkc. Uin Set? was graduated from BlythevUle High School, .here she wa* Senior Queen, a member of the Red Peppera. Garden Club and Glee Club. She attended the University of. Arkarnas ana 13 past president of! the Beta Sisma Phi Sorority. She was one of the two representatives of Blytheville at 1947 Cotton Carnival. Mr. Hawks was also graduated from Blvthevllle High School, where he was a member of the band, Pel- lows Forum and "B" Club. He attended the University ot Arkansas and Hendrlx College. He is now em-' ployed by L. L. Ward Investment Co. s ' Plans for the wedding, to be solemnized in late Summer, will be announced later. » * • Mrs. Greenvvell Honored At Miscellaneous Shower Mrs. Richard Greeinvcll. the former Miss Evelyn Cunnlnghnm was honored Wednesday afternoon when f Mrs. Karl Green, Mrs. Berry Allen | and Mrs. T. B. O'Keefe compli-1 mented her wilh a miscellaneous, shower at the home of Mrs. Green. Included in the M guests attending , was Mrs. Greenwell's mother Mrs. K. F. Cunningham. During the afternoon when con- teats were conducted, prizes were won Mrs. Allen and Mrs. Green-. nounccd today by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ivy Seay. Home Demonstration Club Meets With Mrs. Cassidy Th« Armortl HORH Dtmonatra- tlon lub met ycdenUjr at the home of Mri. Maude Ct.-jldy on East Ash Street for a pot luck lunch aiwl business meeting. There were 15 members and two visitors, Mns. Eirln Mitchell present. and son, Ronnie, Mrs. Taft MeU«er, president, presided during the business session, at which time arrangements for a rest camp were discussed and also the club endorsed the a)d to European Childrenj) Program aa was presented by the 8Ut« Council of Home Demonstration Clubs. Mrs. W. O. Anderson gave the devotional. Mrs Gertrude Hollman, county home demonstration agent, discussed kitchen arrangement! for various types of homes. She also presented a miniature model kitchen for observation. ' • • • RooV P^rtv I s Given |By Mr., Mrs. Duvall Mr. nnd Mrs. George Duvall wcrs host, and hostess last night Bits of News B'Noi B'Rith to Mnt At Ttmpfe On July 6 The rtf ular at tbt »T*al B'Rith that wa* sernduled to b« held C/«w Lafc«, A««c« Schools f* Bigi* Swrnrnw Session fcimmer MUion* of the Clear I-*** *•«« KbooU «U1 becin _______________________ July 13, has been cancelled and will ! Tuesday, July 5, with the R«ece *>>uij id, limit ufvn twnccjieu ftitu wiJi t —*• »*••/ •, »ibi* v»«^ *v*?rvc be held in the recreational rooms P"!* 1 * '» b« trahaported to Clear <., of Temple Israel, July «, at 1:30 p.m. ! k"' °* bu »- " »•« announced to- **•;«:»::«:>;:•;>;»;:,:•»"«••«••«'«••.«•»••»•«•»vt Tnls announcement was made by "•*• Mrs. Martin Worthy aVui Saugh-' Harvey H. LeviUh. . Instructors al clear Lake will be: . _ •" ° . T T, GllHn,~*i.l 1X1..- T -1- »T^ ters, Doris Ellen and Nancy Ann of i Marked Tree, Ark., will arrive to-1 Read Courier New* Want Ads. morrow to spend the weekend here; with Mr. «nd Mrs Loy Welch They M „. A i !en 0 , jo, g^^ Kni 8 , t formerly made their home here. „, Bljtlwvllle 14 « rvlng wlth the „, „.,„ w,. , and ^ S Mr. and Mrs. daughter Mrs. E. , _. _________ _____ Terry, attended | Ar „, lhe p 1( , Theatei: J, T. Simpson, Miss Lola Thompson, and Miss Sunshine Swift, who after the Summer session will return to Blytheville for an assignment In the schools here. The Negro Clear Lake Farm School also will begin Its Summer term Tuesday wilh Rev. Thurman ' Walu" 0 ln T Me P m^s CUO Wedn?"*Ji H *'"" lEam ", 1 h " e t ° dliy - Oreen ' » nrt hLs »'"«• Theodoshia WalU in Memphis, Wednesdaj Sergeant Allen entered the service Oreen. and Era Shipp as teachers. 8 May 18, 1M«, and after basic Irain- The schools will be in session for Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Gucrin ac- j Ing at Sheppard Field, Tex., snd I two months, it was announced as companied by Mr. and Mrs. C. H. [ Radar School at Scott Weld, III, he • the office of Superintendent W. B. Wallace left last night for Elos- j was sent oversea* with IU« 335lhe ! Nicholson. The schools are in the well, N. M.. where they will vaca-, station Complement squadron on tlon for a month. | Iwo Jima, and was later transfer- Mrs. Irene Brogden and son, Jim- led to tlie 46lh Fighter Wing and my of South Pasadena, Calif., Mrs. 1 Aircraft control and warning squad- J. E. Oanno and son. James andiron. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Walker have re-. Mr. and. Mrs. Richard Pilchard turned from Moon Lake, Miss.,: and son, Rlckle are spending Blytheville District. Two Osceo/o Churches Cancel Sunday Services OSCEOLA, Ark.," July 2— There ill not be any church services where they spent several days at ; week's vacation In Fort Worth, Tex. other than Sunday School at the the flshing lodge of C. M. Brogden , Grady G. Mage« of Carlisle, will ! First Baptist Church becaase of the of Memphis. [arrive tonight to spend the week- r absence of their pastor, the Rav. Vance J. Alexander of Memphis ' end with Mr. and Mrs. T. I. Seay | nosiell J. Clubb who U on his va- Miss Iva Louise Sony's engagement to Irby Randall Hawks Is an- Bouquets of Summer flowers in past out Th of ice cream and cake. Mrs. Greenwcll wore lor the occasion a white pique white accessories. juquels of Summer flowers ">j .. - . nil ei shades .were placed through- j [) e |[ Cupper Club Honored Louncil Meeting Held he hosteMM 0 scrvcd refreshment I With Dinner Dance at Hu'. By Methodist Youths [or the oc- Mr. and Mrs. Merron KoeMcv' A council meeting v,'ns held tesl frock with nnd Mr a»<i Mrs. Raymond Koeh- niglit nl the First Methodist ot Mia Icr were hosts and hostesses, last Mr.thodist Youth Fellowship at 7'30 Street. When rook games were played during the evening, high score prliL 1 wns won by Floyd Duvall. Following the games, refreshments of a sancUvlch plate and iced drinks were served. Mrs. Welch Entertains Octette Club Members Mrs. Loy Welch was hostess al her home yesterday afternoon to members of t*t«""Octette Club. During the afternoon bridge games played, high score was won by Mrs. Edwin Robinson and second high by Mrs. James Hill Jr. Novel arrangements of mixed Spring flowers were arranged in the home. The hostess served a dessert course- the home ol Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Lee JOiy weekend at Norfork Lake. , pastor, the Rev. H. J. 'Couchman Wilson III. Martha and Ralph Nichols Jr., | but lhe Youlh Fellowship will meet, Mrs. .lume.s B. Clark spent yes- ! are spending a week in Chatta- , r.t 6:H5 p.m., at the First Pre^by- icrday In Osceolii as guest of Mrs. H. Joplln Hale and her sister, Mrs. J. C. Gilllson of Lake Village, who Bridge Luncheon Given Honoring Miss Robinson First In a series of parties complimenting Miss M'iry Adah Robin- con, biide-elect of Oben Bryan Mlley was given yesterday urtien Miss Molly Guard entertained with a bridge luncheon at he rhome, 121 Davis. A while »nd green color scheme was used In the decorations of the night when they entertained mem- tiev.s o[ the Dell Supper Cltil) and a large number of gucsls with a dinner tlnnce i\V A^- Legion Hut. The Fourth of Jniy llicme was carried out in nlj tile decorations Is visiting there. Miss Lela Beck will arrive today from Miami, Pla., to speud the Summer here with her parents, Mr. noo:;a. Tc'im., as guests of their lerian Church, aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Scott. Mrs, J. C. Droke was dismissed' i v,onli[Hious Shows Kvery Day Box Office Opens l:tS Shaw Slarts 2:00 LISTEN TO Ki,CN :M a.m. 12:45 p.m. «:3t r .m. Friday Shoii Subjects Continuo'is ShowiiiR Kvery Day yesterday from the Blylheville Hos- pltal where she underwent a minor j J operation several days ago. Her con- i home. Luncheon was served at j o! each table. The main taulc was p.m. Charles McDanirls. vice-president wns in charge of the business meeting during which program plam lor the Sunday morning anci ^veninp, services were worked out lor Juls . ntso decided myrtle, shastn daisies ami pcriwlii- ' that on July 0. the groun would 1 kle being nrrnngcd In the ballroom , '-icct to work on the MeUiodlst | and oiher rooms of the Hni.. The long tables were covered with white linen cloths and a red runner of crepe paper and miniature flags were placed down the length with bouquets of zlrmlns, crepe' an<l August. H was Lutheran Missionary To Africa to Speak Here The Rev. Vcrnon Koepcr, former Lutheran Missionary to Africa, who is now working in the Ne^ro Mission at Memphis, wlli be guest speaker at Ihe Women's CUib speaker of the First Lutheran Church Sunday, when he speaks at the Women's Club on West Main, bridge tables, which were centered with a bridal nosegay. The dlnlnp table was centered with a miniature doll dressed in a white satin bridal gown and ilanked by white tapers "burning in silver holders. Mis. Cecil BrtuiBon won high score In the afternoon bridge and Mrs. Russell Haynes nd high. chose for the oc- iilk shantung dress ,ories. Her (rock hted with a shouldei lie and green carnn- .; ttons. ". iThe hoooree wa* presented a gilt '; bf the hostess. , ^ :An out ol town guest was Mi's. •14 J*ank Edrtagton ot Osceola. v Thursday Rook Club ^ IVleets With Mrs. Eaton "J! 'Mrs. Wendell Eaton was hostess V yesterday afternoon at her home to " members of the Thursday Rook Club. When rook games were ploye' held on (he church lawn. :enterert with A large cvystnl bowl 'illeil wilh reii roses and flunked >y blue lapcrs burning in crystal candelabra. Red and blue creTi: -,nper streamers were nrraneetl In Q M R Club he ballroom lo form a festive set- ' ' : 8 p.m. The Rev. Koejwr will lecture on | experiences while in Africa. He i and Mrs. R. M. Beck Sally McCutchen Scnnlon 1st spending a month's vacation In ' Cleveland, O.. with her father, Jack i Scanlon. \ Mrs. Gertrude DufTcl and Miss Sue Collins left today for Monroe, La., to be with Mrs. DufTal's brother, J. Willis Hall, who is seriously ill. They plan to be gone two weeks. Mrs. Jack. SalUm and son, Jack Jr.. and daughter, Barbara Jean, have returned home from two weeks visit in Detroit. Mich., Toledo. O.. and Fort Madison, Iowa. They were accompanied home by Mary Ann. Doris and Jackie Roshtd of Port Marilson. i Mr. and Mrs. L. c. Smith and' daughter, Mary Lee of Dale. Ind., arrived yesterday to he the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Logan. Mr. and Mrs. Loy welch will be in Memphis tonight where they will attend the "Great WalU" at the MOAT. Clco D. Allen, son of Mr, and Mrs. THE CURTAIN SHOP Mrs. N. J- Humphrey Hendrix College, Conway, to spend • • ( > hone 815 1()8 ^ First the Fourth of July holidays here i J with his mother, Mrs. Bertie Hawks.l ...«-------------••----- dltion is much Improved. Randall Hawks arived today from HOW YOU WILL BENEFIT BY READING THE CmiSllAN SCItNCE MONITOR. y<KJ .,» i^ ^,«if on. ,< I peisons fn youf community on world offoirs when twi"«fbr(d-wid« doify* l**HX>l*< r'«autafly. . . - t vi«»^oirils a fuller, nch«i understondir>9 of todoy'i vittrt its cxclusivt fcotixes on homtfnoking, «(KtcQ' iodio. sports. mws—PLUS help (ion. bu«in»s«, iMolcr, music. lulxerilM «•• >•/ thli >M<>*I "*•*• —1 monHt f«? ¥1 tU. 5. (uodsl ' PB-5 Th« Christian Science Publishing Society One, Norwcy Street. Boston 15. Mos;.. U. S. A. Enclosed ts SI, 'or which precise send me Th* Chtisrioft (Science Monitor for one month Serial "Tex Granger" No. II and Short \ Continuous ShowhiR Saturdmy 13:30—11:30 Sunday and Monday dry monthly publication. Also activities was ln th e province of Nigeria from and }-roJect^ \yere outlined lor lhe | 1937 to j 943 and accumulated num- | erous relics and has prepared an ex- remainder of the year. Following lhe adjonrumcnt of the i hibltlon of some of them unioue meetiniJ. a rrcrealiounl hour was i pieces of his collection. This dKolav , „,. . ,, (Meet With Mrs, Humphrey ' J Guests attending Included Miss Martha Frances 'Stevens. Hilliarcl ' Mrs, Paul Briley. Mrs. James Jnckson of Fnyctteville, Mr. and Deal, Mrs, Wcldon Neljel and- Mrs. Mrs. John Stevens Jr., Dr. and Paul Mnhon were guests last night Prank Scott, Mrs Mavlg Set- when Mrs. N. J. Humphrey enter- tlcmlre. clem Whistle Jr., Mr and tnincd members ot the G N. B. Club at her home. I Is being shown in the Leafs Paint i Store windows this week. The Rev. Mr. Koeocr hns traveled throughout the United States since his return from Africa giving his lecture on mission work. He has given this lecture 250 times In 30 states. He closes his lecture with a question period. j He Is socaklng here during the ' absence of the Lutheran pastor, the Rev. Robert Jne^cr. Since the present Lutheran Church is being torn Mrs. Allon Griffin. Mr. and Mrs. Tull Johnson of Joiner, Mr. and Mrs- Rupert Crnfton of Blytheville, Mr. and Mrs, Lee Coon, Mr. and Mrs. Noble Gill, Mr. and Mrs. Buford \ OV- Jarrett o[ BragR City, Mo., Mrs.: AUrtictlvc arrangements ot iln- , tn [„„•,„,. n ,i«lons will be taken Helen Sandr-rs, Jac'cie Johnson 'of ,, lns „„,, other Spring flowers wcr» g missions Hill be taken. Cnruthevsville and Mr. and Mrs. La- arranged throughout tile home lor ' | down so the new Lutheran Chapel When bunco was played, prizes' construction work can be started, were won by Mrs. Deal, bunco, Mrs.! tne meeting Is t»lr.g held In the Mahon, high and Mrs. Louts Zeller,' women's Chtb. At the close of the service an offering to be directed Marr Wiiixmrn. Lawn Parlv Is Given At R. A. Copcland Home , . [lu .., during the afternoon Mrs. L^on |K.V\I Scherer won Wgh score, Mrs. Neville Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Copelnnd wore host nml hostess nnd Mrs. N. W. e wns co-hosVr-ss to lite Blakemore, second and Mrs. Dale Horn 1 , rooko. Mixed Summer flowers were arranged throughout the home. A salad cojrse. v;ith~lci'd drUiis was ser.xd. • • « Mrs. Bogan Is Hostess To B. R. C. Club, Guest Mrs. Harry Bogan was hostoss yesterday when she entcrtn.ncd rnembers ot the B. R. C. Club nnd 'one guest, Mrs. Freda HInton of f Lansing, Mich. During the rook games, Mrs. Floyd Rector won high score, Mrs. Earl Darrton, second high and Mrs. J. A. Enderlin, rooko. I the Bouquets of mixed Summer How- Burks Barker. ers were arranged in the home. | Vases of pink hydrangeas The hostess served a dessert other mixed Howevs were use course. j the home. ntinir. were served. ninte with iced drinks ' r 11 n f *. ^ • | Mrs. Bryan Entertains ' Four Table Bridge Club Matrons nnrt Pssst, Patron. 1 ! of the Order of tlie Easlcrn Stnr, when Lhcy entcrtiiiuert with si Uiwn party last nl'zht n( the Copelanri home on N. Franklin Street. There were 15 members and fonr visitors present. Supper wns served bufTrt style from a long table covered with n \vhlte linen cloth nnd centered with | an nrrntiKemenl of pinks in a low' bowl. j Following the supper, the yroup' wont into the home where- a short business session was •conducted by Mrs. Geon;R Ilnrhnin, president. During the remainder of the e\'e- nins, rook games were j^tvyed with Gus Eberdt winning high score for the men nnrl Mrs. Love Adatn.s for Al The Hospitals lihth.-vlllc HospiUt Dismissed: _ Shelby Jean Lyle, Dell. Siinunc Huglies. F!t. 1. city. Mrs. Clovls Fowler, Steclc. Mo. R»ie WilliamX, HI. 2, city. Ado!ph Harris, city. Mrs. Thclma May, citv. Walls Hospital Dismissed: E.ii-1 Stone, Dell. Mrs. J. W. Nortiicutt. Siecle. ,\fo. Mrs. James McOaughcy, Rt. 2 ciiy. M.iry Sirvciuon. cily. Kutc Wallace, p.t. i, city. If You Heed S^oes---This Is Your Opportunity to Buy Good Ones CLEARANCE All Summer Footwear Sale Through OSCEOLA, Ark,, July 2.—Mrs. R. VC. Bryim was hostess yester- ilny to Pour-Table Bridge Club at ier home. urhiw the afternoon games, Mrs. t H. Love well won first score with I Mrs. S. L. Glncilsh winning brtdgo' prize nnd Mrs. J- H. Hook, low ore. , Attnictivc arrangements of Sum- ' mcr 11 o\vcrs in crystal bowls were \i-scd to decorate Oie home. | T\\e hostess served a ricssert course. I Some At Less Than Holf-Price Must Make Room for Hew Shoes July 10th. — AM Sa | c$ Cash and Final Paramount News and Short Cont. Showing Sunday 1:15 til 11:» I.tap Year Falls to Click FORT WORTH, Tex. (UP)—This may be Leap Year but it didn't take hcve. Mnrrlnge licenses issued so lar are considerably off Irom the same period last year. . Rooko wns won by Mrs. nnd \ in FOR A WSTY FOURTH What a Housewife Oyghl fo Know... MOTHS GET HUNGRY IN THE SUMMER SO ... Don't Store Those Soiled Blankets and Quilts T,c( us wash, fluff dry, fold and wrap llicm for summer sloraj*e. And it's so economical, loo! One large (or Iwo small) bliinkcls or quills for as little as— 45* THE WASHERETTE Main al Division Phone 96fi These 1'rices (;«<xl Only Thui.-rlay, Friday & Saturday 61 CLUB July Celebration DANCE July 3rd & 5th Hours 9 'W. Music By Francis Baron & His Orchestra "Donees are being held July 3rd and 5th du* to the fact that July 4th falls on Sunday Call 944 for Reservations Admission Per Couple. Stag M.50 $1.00 Odell Campbell, owner & operated Box Office Opcm «:3» Show St.rU 6H5 Opens Sunday 1:00; Startt 1:111 Continuous Shows Sit. t SMU Bargain Mfilil Every Nilht Except Satmrdaj N» !>•»«• honored on Roxj Tlualr* Last Time Today (DOUBLE FEATURE) Dangerous •\/ \9 Years wilh William Halo)) Cloak and Dagger with T.ili Palmer and Gary Cooper Saturday STARRm BUSNtlTE WHIRLWIND RAIDERS ^ Continuous Shows Saturday 11:00 a.m.—11:30 p.m. Serial "Dick Tracy Kclums" No. A and Short Sunday and Munday (DOUBLE FEATURE) MERTONOF THE MOVIES Howling hH from M-G-M frank MORGAN OOK «CC • Nil ... es CiKi'ti tnt-xn tt'tst KUC*t f -XKI* (T «> C H^ Oi.' r * »'i;t,j fr» iD*!> I »•*•> Cont. Showing Sunday 1:30 to tl;0«

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