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FACE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COUKIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, JULY 8, 195S oae P»t MulMns, Society Editor ety itor I * 461 Couple Pledges . Marriage Vows In Osceola OSCEOLA — Miss Sue Weatherford, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Weatherford, became the bride of j seven members, three- new me n- Calvary Baptists Conduct Meetings Mrs. Charles Rlggins, Mrs. F.vle Gcan, Mrs. Adrain Cockran and Mrs. Vernon Boyd were hostesses yesterday afternoon for meetings of the circles Church. Mrs. Riggins Calvary Baptist was hostess to business. Mrs. Eddie Hopper, Mrs. Ford, Mrs. T. C. Bill Hardin, Mrs. Vowell and Mrs. Davis participated on the program. Prayer was offered by Mrs. A. 0. Priest to conclude the meeting. Mrs..Cochran was hostess to 11 Airman Second Class James Glenn I bers and one guest, Mrs. Sally j members of the Edith Montroy Harston, son of Bonnie Harston! Predmore of the Irene Brannum j circle which was opened by pray- und Mrs. Vada Morris, al of Os- ceoln, Sunday. circle prayer at her by Mrs. home. Mark Folloving I er by Mrs. Henry McCain. Busi- Andereon, The Rev. Garland Taylor, pastor Mrs Larry Byrum Presided In rsCa na of "the First Methodist Church of ficiated at the ceremony which was performed at his home. For her marriage, Mrs. Harston wore * white linen two-piece afternoon frock with accessories in navy. She pinned a white carnation corsage at her shoulder. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rhodes of Portagevile were the couple's only attendants. Mrs. Rhodes was dressed in a navy strapless dress with a matching Spencer jacket. She was presented a corsage of pink carnations. The bride is a member of the 1952 graduating class at Osceola High School, and the groom is a member of the 1951 graduating class. He is now serving with the Air Force and is stationed at Tucson, Ariz., where they will mak their home. session. Mrs. Carra PruiU. Mrs. W. C. West. Mrs. Byrum and Mrs. Tom Smalley participated on the program. Mrs. Predmore received a gift. Members of the Edith Rose Weller and Z. T. Rankin Circles held a joint meeting at Mrs. Gcan's 'home with nine members and two attending. Mrs. Jack Vo- offered prayer, after which ness was conducted by Mrs. H. J. Fondren, who also taught the Bible Study. Mrs., J. D. Alken dismissed the group with prayer. Mrs. Boyd was hostess to members of the Ola Lee Circle with two guests attending. Mrs. Jack Attaway gave the opening prayer and Mrs. R. E. Smothers was In charge of the business, after which the Bible Study was conducted as a round-table discussion. Following the benediction by Mrs. Boyd, Mrs. Rona'd Davis conducted Ihc | refreshments were served. Wonderful Foi; Suntime 8455 11-18 Study Group Has Meeting in Home Members of the Study Group of Christian Women's Fellowship of the First Christian Church met at the home of Mrs, J. C. Lowe Monday with Mrs. Albert Taylor hostess and Mrs. H. R. Brandon as co-hostess, Mrs. George Barham called the meeting to order and offered prayer preceding the business .session, in which the well-child clinic was John McHancy, announced that discussed. Mrs. clinic chairman, the Hope Group would sponsor the clinic on July 8 and 22.. The study director, Mrs. James Terry introduced the evening's program chairman, Mrs. Lowe, whose subject was "Program Factory at Work." She was assisted by Mrs. Terry, Mrs. Eric Whitley, Mrs. Freeman Robinson, Mrs. Russell Hays, Mrs. Albert Taylor and Mrs. C. A. Tant. Mrs. Whitley gave tne worship service which was followed by the offering and benediction. Refreshments were served by the hostess. In group count, it was recorded that Faith was represented by :ive, Hope by lour, ,wo members. and Love by NALC Auxiliary Conducts Meeting Mrs. Max Koonce, Jr., entertained members of the Ladies Auxiliary of NALC nt a regular business mect- ng last night when Mrs. Bill Ellis, vice president, presided in the nb- sence of the president, Mrs. Ira flmberL. Following an opening prayer and ilcdfjc by the group in unison, bus- ness was conducted find a social ioiir held later in the evening. Mr.s. Eric Hall is to be hostess to he group on August at her home. By Sue Burnett A simple .fitted sundress to delight the junior seamstress, topped •with the briefest of boleros. Mixj .soaps. Avoid using sharp Instru- Luxora Resident Entertains Here OSCEOLA—Mrs. Jesse Brown of Luxora entertained yesterday afternoon with a dessert bridge party at the Rustic Inn in Blythevllle honoring her daughter, Mrs. R. L. Myer of St. Louis, and her granddaughter, Mrs. Denver Wilson of Memphis. Mrs. Myer wore » frock of blue tissue faille, which featured a smal cape faced In yellow. Mrs. Wilson was attired in a strapless summer black cotton with Her dress fea- Spencer jacket and she chose white accessories. Daisies tinted green centerea the tables. The guest list Included women from Luxora, Osceola and Roselajid. In the games of bridge that followed a. dessert course, Mrs. A. W. Bowen was high score winner, Mrs. Ray Whitmore second, Mrs, Russell Bowen. third and Miss Margaret Moffett won low. The two honorees were presented gifts. Bits of News p Mr. and Mrs. Qlrdon Howard will leave Wednesday to go to Eockford, 111,, for an extended visit. Coy Twccdle and family, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur I'cntcr and family, all of Dell, spent the week end in Blanchard Springs, Ark. Mrs. Leon Hoskins and son, Dan- DYESS NEWS By MRS. J. L. JACOBS have gone to Brooklyn, N. Y. join Seaman Hoskins, who is serving in the U. S. Navy. Fred L. Nutt, who has been in Korea for the past year has notified his mother, Mrs. Irving Alexandra, of his return to the United States. Sgt. John Haynes and Mrs. Haynes of San Antonio, Tex., spent Personal! John Powell, Miss Carol Rogers, Wayne Lemons, Miss Ann Wood and Miss Carolyn Dobbins of Pontiac, Mich., motored to Dyess for the holidays with relatives. Miss Dobbins will spend a few weeks with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Rogers. Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Nutt and son, David Lee of Pontiac, Mich., arrived Monday for a week's vacation with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Barney Nutt and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Yates. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Huff and children of Pontiac, Mich., spent the holidays here with hifi mother, Mrs Prank Hufff. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hall and children of Macon, Ga., came Friday for the holiday week end to nts, Mr. the past week with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Alexandra, and Mr. Haynes' parents. Miss Joann Hnnnon has gone to!™ 1 u ^' r pa ""f' Ml \ a ", d Mrs Baltimore, Md., to spend the sum-> E "^ "»".<< rr w f T H mer with her sister, Mrs. Tommy i .Mr. and. Mrs. L. C. Warhurst and Pace am Mr Page ' I children of Memphis spent the Page and Mr. rant, weekend here with her mother. Mrs. Hugh Williams, who Is employed! Fral]k Huff In St. Louis, spent the past week j lls .. Kil J )y Waldrip of H(!ndcr . end at his home. E011] T enn., is spending the week A layette shower was given for j w jt n her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ruth Meyers at the eMthiidistj MI-K. J. L. Jacobs. Church Monday night. | Mr. and Mrs. Pat Burfield and Mr. and Mrs. Orvllle Mitchell and family spent the week end in Big Springs, Mo. son. Garey of Helena are spending their vacation here with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Burfield frosty eyelet trim, tured a removable 6-TableHowell Game Conducted A six-table Howell movement was conducted last night lor members of he Country Club Duplicate Bridge League. Mrs. E. B. Gee and Mrs. Eugenia Jenkins took top honors In the ,ames with second going to Bernard Oooch and Mrs. H. C. Sims. Third place was won by Mrs. W. D. Chamblln and Mrs. Russell Phillips and fourth place went to Miss Vivian Taylor and P. D. Foster, Jr. Gold-trimmed dishes won't lose heir gilt If you never use strong Icansers but mild low-alkaline and match your fabrics — then change the items about for a versatile summer wardrobe. Pattern No. 8455 is a sew-rite perforated pattern In sizes 11, 12, 13. H, ments to scrape them. 10, 18. Size 12. dress, 3!, yards of 39- inch; bolero, 1 yard. For this pattern, send 30c In COINS, your name, address, size de-1 tern printed sired, and the PATTERN NUMBER cenls. to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 372 \V. Qulncy St.. Chicago B, III. Don't miss the new Ba.slc FASHION for '53, spring and summer. It's a complete sprint; sewing guide for smart, practical wardrobes; gift pat- inside the book. 25 lub Entertained In Castlio Home Mrs. Garth Castlio entertained nt her home last night for members of the Octave Club and two gtiestfi, including her mother, Mrs. Com Meliza, and Mrs. Eunice Young. After the hostess served a salad course with iced drinks, the group played samba, with Mr.s. Leon Denning winning first place. Second went to Mrs. Young. A brightly colored bouquet ot zinnias was placed on the mantel and other summer flowers were used at Intervals in the entertaining rooms. Curtiss Widncr, Willie Richard- and the R ? v - atlt * Mrs - Carl Appling. son, Lewis Ingram, Jr., and family Mr - and Mrs - Lester Jacobs and have gone to St. Louis where they will be employed. Frank Gay HI, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. F- Gay of Memphis, is visiting In the home of his grandmother, Mrs. B. F. Gay, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Mosley spent the week end with friends and rela- tiv.es at Million Ridge. Mr. and, Mrs. R. B. Stout and sons, Ray and Dannie of Henderson, Tenn., spent the week emd here with their eon, William and family. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Pratcher and daughter. Denetrice, Mrs. Lizzie Pratcher, and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Langdon left Monday for Kanka- kec, 111,, where they are employed. Charles Jacobs of Henderson, daughter, Mary Ann of Little Rock | Tenn, spent Wednesday^with^ hi have arrived here for a ten-day visit with Mr. Stout's mother, Mrs. Dan G. Stout. Bill Hrabovsky and son, Tommie, have just returned home from a | week with the Lloyd Roberts fami- grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J, L. Jacobs. M&s Patricia Ivey of Benton Harbor, Mich., spent several days last two-week vacation in Pittsburg, Pa., where they were the guests of friends and relatives. Mr. and Mvs. H. G. Partlow and daughter. Pat, have returned from Little Rock after spending several days there where Mr. Partlow attended an American Legion meet- ly. She left Wednesday lor Memphis to visit her aunt, Mrs. Virginia Williams and family before returning home. Mr, and Mrs. Roy Jones and children, Kathy and Judy of Henderson, Tenn., spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Mr. and Mrs. Bussel C. Farr M] . gnd Mrs Jack OaUin of and Mrs T H. Haynes left today clarksvi ,, Ten s t tne [ourtn will fpend^vera? days " *»* Mr.. Relcla Biggs. Ann P SmHh of Osceola Is the Mta Alice Holland spent the week guest of her aunt, Mrs. Rodney L. I <™< "> Luxora as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence lAicas. Miss Llllie Mae Neal spent the week end in Lepanto a,s guest of her sister, Mrs. Sammie Fortenberry and Mr. Portenberry. Mrs. Ethel Precis of Whitton and Mrs. Louise Singleton and children Gloria and Don of Marked Tree were guests Wednesday afternoon of.Mras. Lula Mae Jacobs. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Holland and children, Carol and Roger of Gar- Lake. Ind., where they will vaca- l! > nf l T.ex., arrived Friday night .Ion for several weeks.' for a lwo weeks visit with their par- Banister, and Mr. Banister. Carmen Carey will leave Friday tor Memphis where she will join [rlends for a vacation In California and Mexico. She expects to be rone two weeks. Miss Ethelyn Fletcher of Osceola has returned to her home after spending several days as guest of Mr. aind Mrs. Bernard Gooch. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Logan and Mrs, Otis Sheppard left today for Toledo, O., and Mnnltou .lon Dr. and Mrs. Lawerence Edwards of Crassctt, Ark., returned 1 home after visiting Mrs. Edwards' parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Carey through the fourth of July holidays. Dr. Edwards has recently completed his internship at a San Antonio, Tex., hospital. WE HAVE DRASTICALLY CUT OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF MEN'S SUMMER SHOES IN NYLON MESH AND VENTILATED STYLES. SO, HURRY IN AND TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS SPECIAL CLEARANCE SALE. SALE INCLUDES FOLLOWING COLOR COMBINATIONS: Blue with Blue Tan with Tan Tan with Natural Black and White Values to $13.95 NOW FAMILY SHOE STORE 1312 W. Maini Phone 2342! Coming Events Wednesday High Two Bridge Club has meet- Ing with Mrs. Forrest Moore. Club Eight is to be entertained cuts. Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Holland and Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Hicks of by Mrs. Otto Scrape. Thursday Mrs. C. E. Johnson is hostess to members of Fidelis Class of the First Baptist Church at 7:30 p.m. at her home on Walker. Women's Missionary Union's Executive Board of the First Baptist Church has 1 p. in. luncheon meeting with Mrs. E. L. Hale. Friday Mrs. Harvey Dorris is hostess to members of Stitch and Chatter Ravendcn Sprlngi. Mrs. Fred Dallas and Mrs, Vernon Butler went to Blytheville to visit Mrs. A. D. Priest who Was ill, Billy Johnston returned Thursday from Michigan City, Ind., where he has been employed. John Wallace and Hugh Bean left Monday night lor Pontiac, Mich. Mrs. Irene Guyton and son, Neal of Texarkana accompanied Bob Ramsey to Dyess Frday for the holidays to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Summers. Mrs. Ramsey and daughter returned home after a three week visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Summers. Terrell Powell and S. Linton left Wednesday for Pontiac, Mich.. Bobby Yates of Pontiac, Mich , arrived home Friday for the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Yates. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Hinson and children, Linda and Garey Guy of Henderson, Tenn., spent the Week end here with her brother. William Jacobs and family. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Jones of Michigan, Ind., -spent several days last week with Mr. and Mrs. Raymond BlackwelL Luther Peek and son. Garland left Thursday for Benton Harbor, Mich., where he will be employed, and will visit Mr. and Mrs. Jess Wilson. Miss Ollis Faye Harris left for Memphis the past week, where she has accepted a position. Miss Eloisc Hall left Monday for Blylheville, where she is employed. Cpl. Jimmie Smith returned for the holidays from Camp Brecke.n- ridge, Ky., where he received his discharge. Miss Glenda Williams of Memphis, spent the holidays here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Williams. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Humble of Forrest City spent the week end in Dyess with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Warner Hargraves and son, Wayne returned home Sunday after spending a weeks va OSCEOLA NEWS By Betty* Nelle Sfarr Social Mm. Billy Silverblat was complimented Tuesday night at a layette shower and bridge party when Mrs. Bill Joe Edringlon, Mrs. R. D. Mears and Mrs. Jim Hyatt entertained at the home of Mrs. Mears. The hostesses served lime parfaits and cake to their guests. Winning high score was Mrs. Bill Beall while second high was won by Mrs. Ambrose Teafbrd. Mrs. Zeke Pollard was hostess to . her bridge club Friday. Playing with 1 the members were Mrs. Jimmie Easley of Joiner and Mrs. Billy Prazier High score Winers were Mi*. W. V. Alexander and Mrs. Margaret Segraves. The hostess served a des- Box Office Opens 7:15 Show Starts 7:30 p.m. Admission 14c & 39c At Al) Times WED & THURS Double Feature V • WAGNER. HUSSEV —PLUS- JACK LONDON'S Tbtinftrlng St«ry ] arman Summer Shoes Reduced! Over 200 Prs.—Broken Sires 7.95 Nylon Mesh — Moc and U-Wing Styles - - - Hi-Style Shoes - - - Representing the Greatest Savings we have ever offered In Jarman Shoes. FRIfNDLY SHOf STOHl cation in South Arkansas. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Tanker and son, Billy of Wilson, Ark., visited Mrs. Luther Peek Sunday. Pvt. Jimmie Allen of Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., spent the week end here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Allen. ' Miss Wanda Lee and Paul Morris of Walnut Ridge visited in the Raymond Blackwell home last week. sert course. Personals Mr. and Mrs. Fred George of Luxora announce the birth of a daughter born Sunday afternoon al ths Methodist Hospital in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Applebaum and daughters. 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