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PAGE FOUR BLYTITEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, JUNE 29, 19BI oce P»t Mullins, Society Editor i Phon* 4461 Layette Shower Compliments Mrs. Holder Mrs. Prentls, Holder, the former Miss Emma Aycock. was compli- ' mented with a layette shower >it the Rustic Inn Friday night, when hostesses were Mrs. Bill Clare. Mrs. J. M. Cleveland. Mrs. Nell Gordon and Miss Frances Damon. Pink painted daisies forming centerpieces for the small tables and blue napkins and placecards provided a pink and blue color scheme. Favors were tiny pink dolls. Mrs. Holder was presented a gift corsage of pink painted daisies. In the games played dnrlnr the evening, Mrs. John Lane and Mrs. L. H. Autry, Jr., received prizes. Dessert with iced tea was served following the evening's activities. Style-Right For Juniors Eula Smith, Don O'Neal Are Wed In n ceremony performed in Phoenix, Ariz., on June 20, Miss ttnln Lee Smith of Phoenix, formerly of Blylhevilli! and the daughter of the late Mr. and Mr.s, George P. Smith of Plylhe.ville, became thft bride of William Don O'Neal of CoDlidjiP. Ariz., formerly of Forrest City und Blythevilli'. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. . and Mr.s. James S. Manly of Bly; tlH'ville. i Nuplinl vows were exchanged at , the home of the bride's sister and ! brother-in-law, Mr. and Mr.s. Wili \\A\f\ Eiipenp Auten, formerly of 1 Blythevilie, at four o'clock in the i jifimioon. The Rev. Jnmes R. Staples, pastor of tin 1 North Phoenix Baptist i Church, officiated. I A background wna formed by two large white candelabra holding while candles, and fLinked by bas- kfts 01 white gladioli. Boiiquf'ts of white asters in a setting of emerald folUiRe were placed about the entertaining rooms. Miss Beverly Brown, pianist, who chose a dress of pink and was given a corsape or gardenias, played before and during the* ceremony, "Always," "Berau.se," "I Love You Truly," and the traditional wedding marches. Mrs. Auten Matron of Honor Mrs. Auten served her sister as matron of honor. She chose a ballerina length dross of pink lace With a gardenia corsage.. Given in marrhi^e by her brother-in-law, Mr. Auten, Mrs. O'Neal chose a ballerina length gown of white net and lace over satin. The lace bodice with high neckline had long loose fitting sleeves, and was attached to a bouffant skirt of white net over satin. Her fingertip veil of French Illusion was attached to a tiara of penrl.s, and she carried a shower bouquet of white carnations, interspersed with red rosebuds. Mr, Manly served his sun as best num. Following thfl exchange of vows, Mrs. William Don O'Neal ^ the couple was honored at a reception at the Auten home. Punch, cake and assorted sandwiches were served from the dining room table, which held a centerpiece of white asters, in a silver bowl, flanked by silver candelabra holding white tapers. Mr.s. Joe Pusateri and Mrs. John E, Casey assisted the hosts In serving and entertaining at the reception. Out-of-town RuesLs were Mr. and Mrs, C. D. Burrows and daughter, Carol Jo of Picacho, Ariz., Mr. and Mrs. John E. Casey of Collidge, Charles Manly of West Memphis, Ted C. Parjccr of Forrest City; Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Sequirie of Glan- datc. Ariz., and James S. Manly of Blythevllle. Following a week's wedding trip In Tucson, they are now making their home at -175 Llndbcrg Street, Collidge, Ariz. For traveling, the bride chose a two-piece suit of black and white checked gingham with white accessories and a white orchid corsage at her shoulder. Baptists Conduct County Meeting LUXORA — Arrangements of summer (lowers decorated the tables for the dinner meeting of the Business Women's Federttlon of the Mississippi County W. M. U. in their Quarterly Rally at the Baptist Church Thursday night. Mr.s. B. H. Jones of Osceola, stale mLssion study chairman of Arkansas W. M. U., spoke to the group of 45, bringing a full report of the recent southern liajitlst. convention In Houston, using posters to Illustrate the organisation and institutions, boards and commissions of the convention. Miss Bmilce Overman of Blythe- vllle, vice-president of the county federation, presided In the absence of Mrs. L. H. Goodson of Manila. Miss Francps Ixing, Blythevllle, acted a* secretary in the absence of Mrs Jesse Eubanks. Mrs. E C Skeene of Luxora gave the devotional, followed by a solo sung by Miss Tommie Jo Olive. During the business session a cash gift was voted toward the. college expenses of a French-Indian girl from south Louisiana, whose scholarship Is being provided by the Arkansas Federation of Business Women's Circles of W. M. U. Calvary Baptist. Church In Blytheville will be hosts to the Quarterly Rally in September. Coming Events 898/1 u, 11.20 I" By Sue Burnett Just as young and pretty as can be—and versatile, too. A daytime or datetime frock featuring the popular Empire waistline, full skirt, colorful trim and a dashing bow tie. Pattern No. 8987 is a sew-rite perforated pattern in sizes 11, 12. 13, 14. 36, 18, 20. Size 12, 4 yards of 39-iiicli. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, address, size dc- i fiired, and the PATTERN NUMHliRj to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 312 W. Qulncy St.. Chicago G, 111. Don't miss the new Basic FASHION for '63, spring and summer. It's a complete spring sewing guide for smart, practical \vnrdrobes; Rift p.il- tern printed inside (he book. 23 cents. Osceola Class Has Breakfast OSCEOLA — Mrs. R. H. Jomv teacher of (he Glcnners Class of the Baptist Church, wns liostess lo the class at a breakfast In her country home on Carson Lake Thursday morning for their monthly business and social meeting. Baskets and Jnvcllncirs filled with hydrangeas decorated the living room and porches, with smaller arrangements of roses on the tables. Mrs, C. E Lynch gave the devotional after which reports were given by the various officzrs. Mrs. Roy Dllliirrl, class president, discussed the class rating on the standard of cxcrllcncr and attached stars for all points gained the pnst month. In addition lo the members present, guests included the Rev. P. P. Herring and Mrs Herring, and Mrs. W. B. Thorning Sr., of Houston, Texas, housoguosl o[ Mr. and Mrs. Jones, OPENS 7:00 EACH NIGHT SHOW STARTS AT DUSK 2 SHOWS EVERY NITE! RAIN or SHINE! w — »_«•«»»---_»---»» — »-•.*>•.•• — m«i«i-«««».™ — «««»ini»ii ADMISSION SOc CHILDREN UNDER 12 FRKE WITH PARENTS LAST TIMES Comedy TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY Double Feature Resident Weds !n Hernando Mifis Vergcnia Brown of Fredricktown, Mo., became the bride of Alvin W. Toland In Hernando, Miss., Saturday afternoon. Mr. Tolanct is the son of Mr. und Mrs. B. C. Har- vi.son of Blytheville. For her wedding the bride wore n pale blue nylon dress with uhile accessories and a corsage or orchids. The groom's mother, who accompanied them, wore a navy blue sheer j dress with white accessories, nnd pinned a corsage of red roses a'- her shoulder. j The rnuplr will reside In Frert- ricktown, where the groom i., rm- ployecl at llu: Chemical Construction • Company. Masterpoint Game Conducted A rrmsterpnint pame was conduct- { ed for members of Blytheville Dup-' llcate Bridge Lonifue Saturday aft-1 ernoon at Hotel Noble when they! plnyed an eight-table Howell move-; ment. i Next Thursday's session will he a masterpoint game and Saturday's game will not be played because of fourth of July celebrations. Mrs. W. A. Afflick and O. S. Crowell took the afternoon's top honors, with second place going to Mr*, j Harry W. Haines and Mrs. Matt' Monaghan, and third to Mrs. Rvis- sell Phillips and Mrs. Jim Roieson. Mrs. George Wlggs and Mrs. F. E. Black were the winners of fourth place, and Mrs. O. W. Coppedge and Mr.s. C. C. Councille were winners; of fifth place. Mrs. Walters Is Hostess to Club Mrs. J. Max Walters was hostess Friday evening at her home to mnm- bers of tiie Vcndredi Bridge Club and guests, Mrs. Richard Osborne. nnd Mrs. H. D. Alston,, of Little Rock, who Is visiting in Manila. Bouquets of bachelor buttons were on each of the card tables and n dessert course wns served preceding the games of bridge. Winners were Mrs. Hank Dodd, first place, Mrs. Alston, second place, and Mrs. Dick Shanks, bridge. Guests In the home of Mrs. Letha ; Mick for the past week have been ; Mr. and Mrs. J. U. Mick of Sleele, the Rev. and Mrs. Jack B. Mick and William L. Mick of Chicago, and Jerry S. .Mick of Houston, Tex., all sons of Mrs. Mick, and her daugh- i ter and family. Mr. and Mre. Don i Leasley of PlaUsmouth, Neb. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Robinson have had as their guests for tile past .several weeks, their daughters, Mrs. Winfied Miller and Mrs. W. A. Stt'gall, and her four fions of Shreve- pnrt. La. Mr. Slegall arrived this wr-rrk end to take them home. They wore accompanied by their yuung- er sister, Rose Robinson, who will j visit them several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Jones have' hart as their guests for the month of June their granddaughters, Marso and Mary Lou Thornlng, and their grandmother, Mre. W. B, Thornlng, Sr., all of Houston, Tex. Miss Kay Crafton is visiting in Dallas, Tex., with her aunt, Mrs.: Uornice Gentry, who has been here j as the houseguest of her brother, vv. j L. Crafton. and Mrs. Crafton for the past week .They left yesterday. Bill Crafton, son ol Mr. and Mrs. I W. L. Oration who has finished his j training In Millington as an aviation electronics technician, has been sent to Corpus Christi to a.ssiime duties with the Naval Air Station there. Seaman Apprentice Robert Crafton, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Crafton, is stationed at Treasure; Islan. San Francisco, where he is in communications school and is a member of the Treasure Island Chorus. Mr. and Mrs. Rube Carson and children of Baton Rouge, La., are the guests of Mrs. Carson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Garth Castik). Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Frednckson and daughter, Jan, are visiting his parents in Grand Island, Neb. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Roe had as their weekend guests, her son. Kenneth Taylor, Mrs. Taylor and son, Kenneth, Jr., ail of Memphis. Mrs. Baitey Tarpley and infant daughter, Shellie Ann, have been taken home from the Walls Hospi-! tal. j Mr. and Mrs. Fred S. Saliba will! leave Wednesday for a conveution j in Houston, Tex. Their children, I Melia Faye and Linda Kaye, will go to Florence. Ala., to be the guests of their aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Saliba. Mifi.s Virginia A. Davis has been removed from the Blytheville Hos-! pital and her condition is reported i improved. She underwent surgery; Mre. J. L. Westbroolc, Jr., li ho«t- ess to members of the N. N. Bridge Club. Country Club Duplicate Bridge League has meeting at the club. Wednesday Beginner's Duplicate Bridge League has weekly meeting at the Rustic Inn. Thursday Blythevllle Duplicate Bridge League has meeting at Hotel Noble.} Friday Mrs. Hank Dodd entertains members of tlie Vendrecli Bridge Club. OSCEOLA NEWS By Bttty* Nell* Starr At the Hospitals lilylheville Hospital Dismissed: Miss Virginia Davis, City Mrs. Ellis Gunter, City Mrs. C M. McDonald, Luxora Nowell Driver, City Mrs. Andrew Caldwell and baby, City Walls Hospital Dismissed: Larry Driskill, City Mrs. S. P. Martin, City Mrs. George Newman, Osceola Henry Hall, City James Payne, City Mrs. Bailey Tarpley and baby. City Rex Hughes, City Mrs. Evelyn Kelley, Osceola. Marriage Licenses \ The following couples have obtained marriage licenses in the of- 'fice of the County Clerk, Mrs. Elizabeth Blythe Parker: James Spencer Selby and Miss Georgia Dean Layton, both of; LcauhviUe. John Essary and Miss Mary ECath- ryn Choate, both of Blythevllle. Marion Lester Williams and Miss Dorothy Rice, both of Holland, Mo". . Billy Joe Fleeman of Manila and Miss Rebecca Irene Johnson of East St. Louis, 111. J. R. Brown of Dyess and Miss Sue Goodman of Joiner. Elgene Hamilton of BiylUeville and Miss Annie Margaret Stout of Luxora. Luther Webb and Miss Mary j Frances Harris, both of Cairo, 111. Parties for an Alabama visitor, Miss Katherine HargU, who li visiting her cousins, Mrs. Joe Cromer and Mrs. Charlie Lowrance, continued throughout the week. Saturday, Miss Nancy Uzzelle entertained in her honor with a luncheon »t the University Club in Memphis. Saturday night, she shared honors with a Memphis girl, at a dinner party at the Peabody, when Charlie Lowrance, Jr., entertained. Wednesday, Mrs. Bill Joe Denton, Miss Mary Ann and Nancy Grain entertained at the Denton home with a buffel luncheon. Friday, Mrs. Allan Segraves entertained the visitor with a buffet supper at her country home. Miss Ann White complimented Miss Hargls with a luncheon at the 60 Club Wednesday. Personals Mrs. Ann Edrington, former re- j ceptionist at radio station KOSE has accepted a position witli station WNCk in New London, Conn., where her husband, John A. Edrington, is stationed with the Navy aboard the USS Congor. Mrs. Ralph Wilson will begin Monday with the Osceola radio station as receptionist. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Williams and j son, Ed, and Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Owens are in St. Louis attending ball games. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wilson were in Forrest City Friday attending] the finals at the Miss Arkansas! beauty pageant. Dane Fergus was a visitor in Little Rock Thursday and Friday. G. B. Segraves is 111 at his home on Keiser Avenue. Jack Uzzelle of Basset is a pa- tient in the Baptist HospIUl la Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Oillmaii and daughter, Jane, arrived in Memphli Thursday and was met by Mrs. Oill- raon's brother, Alian Segraves Th» GiUmans have been living In Franc* lor the pact nine months, where Mr. Gillman took a special training course. They will remain in Osceola during the summer with Mrj, Gillman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Basil Segraves. Hays Store Phone 2001 We Ueliter High Quality Low Prices Wayne Feeds Layer Mash Layer PcIIeti Egg Pellets Chick Starter Grower Mash Scratch Feed Sugarlne 16% aDIry Wayne 16% Dairy 32% Dairy Feed . . Calf Starter Pellets Pig & Sow Meal... Pig & Sow Pellets. 35% Hog Balancer. 40% Hog Sup'lmnt Pork Maker .. Horse Feed .. Rabbit Pellet! Dog Food WR Shorts .. Polished Chops 109 Ibl. 4.JS 100 Ibs. 4.99 100 Ibs. 5.39 100 Ibs. 5.69 100 Ibl. 5.39 100 Ibs. 4.30 100 Ibl. 3.69 100 Ibi. 4.49 100 Ibi. 5.39 100 Ibs. 5.79 100 !tn. 5.33 100 Ibl. 5.49 100 lb». 5.99 100 Ibs. 6.39 100 Ibl. 4.79 100 Ibs. 4.39 100 Ibs. 5.99 100 Ibs. 8.99 100 Ibl. 3.61 100 Ibl. 4.19 Rend Courier News Classified Ads. Gay 20 x s Club Is Entertained Mr. and Mr.s. H. C. Blnnkrnship enlert;unrd nt their home with a lawn party nt 309 East Ky Avenue SaUirtUvy evening for members of; the Gay 20's Club. j The 30 members who attended; were served barbecued hamburgers ] and hot dogs and other party loods.! They were invited later in (he; evening to the Moose Club for danc- | ing. there 10 days ago. Dr. and Mrs. Louis F. Hubener and family have as their guests, Mrs. Hubener's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Harbort of Ocala, Fla., who will spend several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Thompson. Sr., had a.s their guests for the week end their son, Hal R. Thompson of Texas City. Tex., and Miss Mary Beth Mills of Carthace, Miss. Mr. and Mrs. George Hubbnrd, Sr., and George Hubbard, Jr.. returned home yesterday from Chi- cjuyn where they spent several days on business. Announcement Office in Ingram Building is closed — Equipment is being moved to new office at 313 N. 2nd Street (across from American Legion Auditorium). New office will be open Monday July 6. Dr. F. Don Smith AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION Listen lo KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4 p.m. for Ritz & ROIJ Program Announcements, 11 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. for Starvuc. LAST TIMES TODAY Paramount News and Selected Shorts COLLAR A CARLO/ —PLUS— The Best Family Reference Work Available is: WORLD BOOK ENCYCLOPEDIA Parents: The time to answer their questions is the time they are asked. Can you do it easily? Do you have an up-to-date, pictorial set lo refer to? They soon learn to look up their own answers with WORLD HOOK. Order it now to give them confidence! Bill Patton A. A. 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