The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 29, 1947 · Page 5
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, December 29, 1947
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MONDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1947 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIEK NEWS Society * Phone -1161 Miss Eugenia Crawford Married To Jack Thomas Hale of Armorel Miss Eugenia Crawford, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ivy Winlrecl Crawford, was married at 5 o'clock yesterday afternoon to Jack Thomas Hale, son of Mr. and Mrs. Esco Lawerence Hale of Armorel, In one 01 the outstanding nuptials of me Winter season. The ceremony took place at First Br.ptlst Church here, with t Rev. EX C. Brown, pastor, officiating in the presence of a large number of guests. Southern smllax, huckleberry and salal were banked against the choir loft, on the chancel rail and across the archways leading to the sWe wings of the church to form a background of greenery. Slender white candles In wrought Iron candelabra »nd floor baskets ol stalely white gladioli and mammoth white mums formed a setting of unusual beauty for the wedding party. The bridal aisles were marked with aisle candles caught to the pews with sprays of white pom pon chrysanthemums and fern, tied with white satin ribbons. As the guests gathered, a program of nuptial music was presented by Mrs. C. M. Smart, organist, and Mrs. Farmer England, vocalist. Included In Mrs. Smart's selections were "Vision." Rheinberger, "O Tho 1 ! Sublime Sweet Evening Star," Wagner, and "Traumerei," Schumann. , The "Bridal Chorus" from Lohengrin was used as the processional anrt the recessional was Mendelssohn's "Wedding March." Mrs. England sang "How I Love . Thee," Harriet Ware. "Calm As . the Night," Bohn, and as the wedding benediction, "O Perfect Love,' Joseph Barndy. t Both Mrs. Smart mnd Mrs. England chose smart frocks of black crepe, with Mrs. Smart's dress complemented by a shoulder corsage of yellow roses and Mrs. England wear- grandmother. James Koss of Bolton, Miss., served Mr. Hale as best man, and ushers were J. C. Ellis Jr., Allan Stacy Thad Vance and Thomas Coppedgc of Itta Bena. Miss. Mrs. Crawford, mother of the bride, wore a Jrock of black crepe with a corsage of while gardenias, and Mrs. Hate's gown of black crepo also complemented with a shoulder corsage of gardenias. Mrs. W. S. Crawford of Mariana, aunt of the bride, wore blncx with a corsage of white tulips, and her daughter. Miss Betty Sue Crawford, also ol Mariana, was gowned in aqua crepe wltli a siioulder corsage of camellt-is and Roman hyacinths. Immediately following the ceremony, an informal reception was held at the Crawford home on Missouri Street, when guests were limited to members of the bridal party, Intimate friends nnd out-of-town people here for the wedding. Throughout the reception rooms were tall vases of white gladioli. The bride's table was covered with « hand made cloth of lace anrt Mirror Room Is Selling For Veen-Age Dance Vlvlnn Taylor and Maureen Norris wore hostesses Saturday ntRht, when they entertained with a forma! dance In the Mirror Room of the Hotel Noble, Approximately 151) teen-agers attended this affair winch Is another In the series it dances given during Lite holiday season lor thu younger set. The ballroom was decorated with ho'.ly suspended (rom the chandeliers and papier inachc to I'orin a setting for the dancing. Tlie refreshment table was overlaid with a linen cloth and a huge red sattn bow was plnced In the center with silver tinted magnolia leaves placed down the center of the table. Anniversary Celebrated By Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Mr. and Mrs. Don Flclchcr ol Joiner celebrated (heir 25IU wedding nniilvvrsnry Friday wllli "open house" which iipproxhnati-ly TJ5 friends and relatives aUencU'd. In the receiving line were Mr. and Mrs. Don Fletcher Sr.. Mr. mid Mrs. Don Fletcher Jr., Mr. nnd Mrs. I. O. Wcsttwook Jr.. of BinnlnRlimn, Alu., nnd Mrs. I, O. Weslbrook. The- refreshment tnble from which assorted party foods wen- served wus covered with a drawn linen cloth, R family heirloom, and was centered with n Ions; crystal bowl lllled with white gladioli, white tulips ui'd New Hairdo's Designed to Match Milady's Hats PACK rtv* ((lto)y whl(c m 1 candelabra. Presiding over the | refreshment table were Mrs. Milton Shelby o( Marked Tree, Mrs. Billy Hoscy ci( Joiner. Mrs. R. :,. Dedmau nnd Mrs. M. Fit7,slmmo\\s of here, Mrs. Ilol) Noble of Jonesboro, Mrs. Tom Fletcher of Pine Bluff. Mrs. I. O. Wesl- brook Jr., of Birmingham. Miss Jean Drtlinnn was in charge of Ihe guest book. leather cut .revival of Irene Castle bob. Hairdo's have ns new a look Aniidle Whistle of Whisllcville. Out-of-town iiiiests who iillciidrd IU1V.-HC 1VI1LSML- Ul VYIUSUCVIIiC. " -".,., l( >,Dl.-> \-,!HJ (llll'lHlrll n.ln "I1,.,snl -. \ I , Chaperones for tlie nffair were, wcre Ml '- nnd Mrs. Wilson Hend of , c ,,,',"' nnl ' 1( '<> m-nled fin- Mr, and Mrs. Harmun Tuylor and Campbell. Mo., Dr, and Mrs. J. I). Bn ' s *' UI 10 "K '" cks '» SWUIIB tills . . _ .•,,•"> — I ^ j U'flV! Ill'llU' Ml><>. lit ,1 n,\.nntl. ,l..n.. A Mr. and Mrs. Samuel F. Norrls. Formal Dance Is Given Al Woman's Clubhouse Miss Mary Ann Parks, Miss Mary Jo Nnoers and Miss Rosemary Johnston, all home from college lor the Christmas vacation, were hostesses _ _ Friday night at a formal dunce. The i lor ami Mr' Gvccn nnd soil of Memphis. Mrs. Helen Durr of Memphis, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Rnylnirn of Milan, Tt'nn., Mr. nnd Mrs. C. I,. l,aiij;ston of Dundee, Miss., Mr. nnd Mrs. Mike Wll- cox of Haragould, Mr. nnd Mrs. Dob Kchols and Mr. and Mrs. Mnrcus Mnrblc of Memphis, Mr. nnrt Mrs. E. F, lilomeycr, Mr. nnd Mrs. Jo " wny: Ornw hair In u smooth drape Criss-crossed itrindi create profile liitfrf si In till* coltlure. over Ihc ears and twist Into » figure eight chignon slightly to one sldo of the back of tho neck. Here's tho criss-cross coif, a more elaborate "profile" hairdo designed by M. Louise, Now York stylist. To iwliig this one, weave front ami side sluiiul.s of hull 1 , parted off-aide, buck throuiih a heavier strnnd brushed down from the top. Curl ends to make. i\ semi-roll over one Comb hold* huge curl In place over tir In asymmetric hilr-do. ear. Hair over the other ear is pulled straight back to meet the crisscrossed strands. A comb anchors th« arrangement In back. Et|imlly spectacular Is an nsym- nu'lrle hntrdo that sweeps all tho hair Rroimd to cue. side. Ends art! curled In one puffy vertical roll over the enr for tills effect nnd held neatly In place with u comb. Other hairdo's are as nostalgic Hair is pulled down In »M*th i drape over eara to balance hat' reminders of the World War I'«r» ns the hnl» they're designed to complement. Reminiscent bt th» Irene Cnstle bob, for example.. U tho feather cut cusual designed by New York hnlr, Lur» de Gel. For the 1041 revival of this oH- tlmcr, linir Is side-parted, shaped to hug the head nnd plncurled around the edges to frame the face. hn i affair, given at (he Woman's Club, was attended by approximately 80 ing waist corsage of vivid red rosebuds. During the musical program tapers were lighted by Mrs. Laura Haggard of Jonesboro, sister of the bridegroom, and Miss Martha Manning of Washington, D. C. They wore Identical dress of velveteen, fashioned witlr a sweetheart neckline, close Jitting bodice atrd flared peplum which formed a bustle at centering the table was a triple- members of the college set, to- tiered wedding cake garlanded with gether with three out-of-town greenery and flanked by white tapers in silver candelabra. Mrs. W. S. Crawford presided at the table, assisted by her daughter. Miss Peggy Bujarskfwas in charge. guests, Miss Jean Williams of Osceola and Misses Wynette Stanfleld and Virginia Bowen, both of Luxora. The. clubhouse was decorated with mistletoe draped from the chande- of the guest book, and the bride's Hers, and with balloons In vivid col- attendants assisted with the entertaining. Mr. and Mrs. Hale left later In the evening for a wedding trip to points of interest along the Gulf Coast before returning here where they will make their home on their plantation near Blythevllle. For traveling the bride wore a dressmaker suit of black faille with gold embroidery at the neckline and cuffs. Her black hat was ornamented In the. back. Th» long fitted sleeves, gold with a black veil, and she ended with tiny cuffs at the wrist! wore a shoulder corsage of white, and the very full skirts extended to " " the floor. Mrs. Haggard's gown was of cocoa brown and Miss Manning's of aqua, and each wore bandeaux of tiny yellow pon pon chrysanthemums and white Roman hyacinths across the back of the hair. Mrs. j. Frank Snellgrove Jr., ol Jonesboro. was matron of honor, and Miss Molly Guard served as maid of honor. •, • - • Their dresses, of'identical design, had sweetheart necklines with short cap sleeves and close fitting bodices. The full skirts gathered in. the back for a miniature bustle effect. Mrs. Snellgrove wore gold velveteen and Miss Guard chose lime peel velveteen, and each carried an arm bouquet of giant bronze chrysanthemums tied with chartreuse ribbons. They wore baloes of tiny yellow pom pon chrystnathemums with puffs of mallne in the hair. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a formal wedding dress of white embroidered silk eyelet. The fitted bodice of the gown was fashioned with a high neckline and closed to the waistline in the back with tiny satin covered buttons. The long, fitted sleeves ended in calla lily points over the hands, and' a fashionable peplum used over the very full swirt, cascaded into a flared train at the back of the gown. She wore a two tiered fingertip length veil of misty white illusion which fell from a satin and embroidered organdy Dutch halo. Her bridal bouquet was of white Im orchids. Out-of-town people here for the wedding included Mr. and Mrs. Frank Snellgrove Jr., of Jonesboro, Miss Martha Manning of Washington, D. C., Mrs. W. S. Crawford, Miss Betty Sue Crawford, W. S. Crawford Jr., ana Mr. and Mrs. Ed Conner Jr., all of Mariana, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hulen III of West Memphis, Gus Cunningham of Clift,- onville, Miss., James Ross "of Starksville, Miss.. Thomas Coppedge of Itta Bena, Miss., Mr. and Mrs. Howard Stuck and Miss Connie stuck, all of Marked Tree, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Trowbridge of St. Louis, and Ernest McDaniel of Little Rock. Rehearsal Dinner Party Given By Mrs. Wroten Mrs. Cecil F. Wroten entertained lass night in the main dining room of Hotel Noble with a rehearsal dinner for the Hagan-Seibert wedding party and members of the two families. The wedding ceremony was solemnized at 10 o'clock this morning at the Church of the Immaculate Conception. The three-course dinner was served at T-shaped tables centered with a beautiful arrangement of white gladioli interspersed with greenery in a low crystal bowl, flanked by white tapers, burning in crystal candelabra. Antique bud vases holding red roses were placed down the center of the tables at intervals. Miss Hagan chose for the occn- Hnncy, all of Ulythcvillc. Bits of News and white satin ribbons. The exquisite platinum band used In the single ring ceremony was an heirloom, having orginally belonged to the bridegroom's great-great- • one "y« lnths wiln » drape effect with matching v,™,.,,, .—: * brown accessories. Out-of-town guests who attended were John Siebert and daughter, Carolyn, of St. Elmo, 111., and Mrs. Paul Murphy of Memphis. Half-Pint of Scotch ors hanging low from the celling to form a setting for the dancers. The refreshment table, covered with a lace cloth, held as a centerpiece red tapers burning in crystal candelabra arranged on a mirrored i plaque and banked with greenery. • Refreshments of party foods were served with punch. Miss Parks received will. Max Harrison, Miss Nabers with Oscar Elliott and Miss Johnston with Mac Williams. Chaperones were the parents of the young hostesses. Mr. nnd Mrs. Max Parks, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Nabers and Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Johnston, together with Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Bennett. Rehearsal Supper Given At W. M. Williams Home Final in the affairs which were given in compliment to the former Miss Eugenia Crawford and Jack Thomas Hale prior to their marriage yesterday afternoon at First Baptist Church was the rehearsal supper Riven Saturday night. The party was at tlie Mation Williams home with Mrs. Williams and Mrs. Floyd A. White "serving as co-hostesses. Tlie table, from which supper was served buffet style, was draped with a lace cloth with an attractive Christmas centerpiece flanked by white tapers burning in crystal candelabra. Favors of a corsage made from assoiU'd colored jnmdrops in the center of a white doily nnd tied with white ribbons were presented to the guests. During the evening, various party games and contests were played. The ccupie presented gifts to .he members o£ their wedding par !•>'• Tile honoree chose for tlie occa- .lon a deep red satin cocktail length dress with Dlack accessories. Included among the 26 guests iresent was Miss Nancy Daggett of \farianna, houseguest of Dick White and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd 'A. White. At The Hospitals Blythevitle Hospital Dismissed: Don Langley. clly. Mrs. A. J. Lewis and baby. Ma- 1 nila. Junior Meacham, city. Mrs. A. A. Dowdy, Osceola. Joe Mitchell, city. Mrs. Harlan Summers, Dell. Mrs. Harold Hcndrix and baby, Osceola. Jerry Lynn Hall, Luxora. L. N. Jones. Cooler, Mo. Walls Hospital dismissed: Lonnie Keely, Burdclte. Mrs. Mardella Hon and baby, city. Mrs. John Cohoon, Holland, Mo. Mrs. Cecil Crawford and baby city. Mrs. Bertha Prenliss, Dyess. Miss Nora Bell Smith, Hornersville. Mo. . « verrision ol the Highland fhng was ptrtorroed on lh<- de, K o .the wueen Mary as ihe ship docked in New York roi;,-year- old,ne Ko« and hei thr«-year-old brother Michael, who came from London to make Los Angeles their new Home, are .he »uisu. They loo. &»«,»-vurrrj bappy-aUmi Uit whole thing. Coming Events Social Calendar Turstlay Mis.s Hosnnn Cleveland nnd Mrs. J. II. Heiiion complimenting MIM. Dene Webb with a miscellaneous ihnwer. Mr.5. Graham Sudbury hostess to 3lub 8 members nt her home. U'rillU 1 sclny Mrs. Cico Langslon entertaining Town and Country club at her home. Osceola Newt Mr, and Mrs. J. L. Oiascoc and daughter, Lilllc, hnvo rutiirned from Flnl ntvcr, Mo., where they spent the Chrislmns. holldnys. Mrs, Carrie Mae Graves of Helena spent the holidays with her son, Robert M. Graves nnd family. Mr, and Mrs. Jack Bradley anil son, Siiimnli;, aio spending several days In Greenville, Ml*s., ns guests of irlends and relatives. Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Harwell and Miss Nell Khodei spent Christmas till after 12. Club 28 will hnvc New Year's Eve dnnce, fl o'clock in the Mirror Room Thursday Mrs. Clco Liingston entertaining Oclctlt Club members. Mrs. R. A. Copeland entertaining C. B. c. Club members at her home. Friday Mrs. Cecil Robison and son, "Sonny," Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe Hlnes Wolters and son, "Dusty" nnd Mrs. Louise Ynrbro were tlie holiday guests of her daughter, Mrs. L. F. May, Mr. Mav and family of Caraway. Condition of Mr. May, who lias been seriously ill for several weeks, is much improved. Mr. and Mrs. Paul'Bllby are the parents o[ a son born December 25 at their home on Carolyn SI, Their first child, he has been named Ronnie Paul. Charles Aflllck Jr. left yesterday for a brief visit with friends in Danville and Ronoakc, Va. Among ihe out-of-town guests in the home of Mrs. T. L. Cassidy and Miss Cecil Cassidy during the Christmas holidays were, Mr. and Mrs. James L. Cnssidy of Cooler, Mo. and sons. Mitchell Cnssidy, a student of University of Illinois, Urbana. and Tom Cassidy of Memphis, their daughters. Miss' Hazel Casoidy ol Wardell. Mo. and Beth Cnssidy of Cooler, Mo.. Mr. and Mr.s. Fay Brewer of Docring, Mo. and son, James R. Pnniell, stu- I stallnllon nf r.tllccrs of the Onlc dent at Stnte College. Jonesboro, "' the Flnstem Star nnd th Ths Methodist Church will have ln Memphis as guests or Dr. and \viitclmlght services at the church Mr!i ' Mn| l°>'y Harwell nud family. nt 11 o'clock and lasting Mal '» Ktiy-Harwell returned with them for a weeks visit with her grandparents. Mr. mul Mrs. S. L. Oliuiish will leave today for jovcral weks va- cutlun on the Gulf Coast and In Now Orleans, La. Mrs. Joe Rhodes Sr. has had a« Siicsljf, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Rhodes ami children of Hammond, Iiul., and her son, Frank Rhodes, a slu- of Hotel Noble. Mrs. Maurice Luttrcll entertain-; <1<ml - m Hondrlx College nl Conway. Ing members of the Alplm Delln 1 Mr - " n<1 Mls - Joc Applcbnum left Clmptcr of lictn Sigma Phi at her home 312 Enst Davis. Civic Calendar Monday Junior Chnmber of Commerce. Bonrd of Directors meeting—7:30 p.m. Tuesday Uon's Club—12:15 p.m. Legion—8:00 p.m. Wednesday Kiwnnls Club—12; 10 p.m. Thursday New Venr's Dny. Meeting There will be a public joint In- Raymond Brewer and sons. James Raymond and Michael of Mcmpl Ills, Masons.. at the Masonic Hall Tuesday night, nl 7:30 p, m. Sup- Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Cassldy and son. | r> DT will te served afterwards to Ihc Masons and their wives nnd to tho Eastern Star women nnd tlicir husbands. Tom of Wardell, Mo. and Mr. and Mrs. Parker Cassidy and son. Bob, of Catron, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Parker and sons. Cnrl and Johnny of El Centro. ; ns guests of her slsler, Mrs, W. I, Fuller nml Mr. Fuller. They were accompanied home bv Mrs i -in and family. They also visited other ; drum's mother. Mrs. " Cnlif., have returned home after visiting his sister, • Mrs. H. K. Dccn Ben Sign,, Blytheville. nlul S''i'«lso", Benn'ic Fields. yesterday for Kansas City. Mo. lor a week's visit. Mrs. Mnry Clay Hughey and mother, Mrs. J. H, Lovcwell. had as guests, their daughter nnd granddaughter. Mr. and Mrs. J. Lan Williams and son of Jonesboro and Mr. nnd Mrs. Thad Felton nnd dnugh- tcr, Suzanne of Goose- Creek, Tex. as. They returned to their homes yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Hunt »re spending several weeks In Florida Naming. Corrle of Crawfordsvllle and Wal- j IKCO Williams of Marks, Miss., were then RUfsts Sunday. Ed Wllllnms, Snow Wilson III. William Unrd Edrlnuton and Henry James Swllt spent the weekend In Stultgnrt 011 a duck hunt. Miss Nancy Uiuelle, Frank Wil- lanu, Miss I'ntricla Danehower and Jerry Wlscmnn will attend Iho Skyway at Hotel Penlxxly tonight. Mrs. J.. c. Slaughter is ill at the liome ol hfr daughter, Mrs. Hcr- ch*lle Couchman. Her condition Is Improved. Mr. and Mris. C. A. Bell ol Memphis were the • housogucsts of Mr, and Mrs. Herbert Shlppen for the holiday season. Mr. «nd Mrs. a. H. Smclscr ol Jacksonville, Fla., wero tlic guc.t'.x of the Rev and Mrs. L, R, 81111 J lor several days. They were enroulc to Scdalln, Mo. tor-tho holidays. Mrs. Mona Moore and Miss Georgia Amiable will be dclcgnto.i from the First Methodist Church to the Youth Conference in Cleveland, to be held D«c, 30-Jnn. 2. Miss I.lllic Terry and Miss Irene Hen In of Jackson, Miss., arc the Rucsts for .several days o£ Mr. nn<i Mrs, George Balloue and lamlly MtsB Terry anrt Mrs. Bnllouc aro sisters. The Rev. and Mrs. Russell J Olubb were guests ol relatives i Ijlltle Rock over the holidays. Miss Betsy Covington, who is < student at Vanderbllt University, I: the holiday guest of her mother Mrs. Myron T. Nallling and Mr Irill Period Advanced For Company M of ANG Tho regular drill-meeting of raem- «rs ol Company M, 153rd Infantry, Arkansas National Guard will be icld ut the Armory at 1:30 tomor- ow night instead of Wednesday night, it was announced today by 3npU James 11. Recdcr, commanding officer. call to the Chamber of Commere* will bring Santa to the door. He'i also available tor afternoon tea* and pnrtlcs — if transportation to provided. Box Office Opens 6:U Show Start* «:4S Opens Sunday 1:00; Starta 1:11 Continuous Shows Sat. & Bus. Rarcaln Night Kvfry Nlfht Fxcept Saturday No passes honored on Sunday a Roxy Theatri as guests ol irlcnds and relatives. Mr. nnd Mrs. G. B. Scagraves have t\s houscgucsts. their daughter, Mrs. W. C. Oilman and Mr. oilman of DcLand, Florida, and son, Mr. and Mrs. Basil Scagravcs anil children of Stuttgart, Ark. Mrs. Betty nines of Boonevllle is the guest oi her sister, Mrs. Searcy Mears. Mrs. Harris Parks of Unioij City. Tcnn. Is visiting with her sSsler, Mrs. Harry Driver nnd family. Mr. and Mrs. Jnim-s Mitchell will arrive Tuesday for several days visit with her mother, Mrs. Joe Rhodes Sr. and other rclatlcs. Mr nnd Mrs. B. Frank Wllllnms had as guests Saturday Franklin Robinson nnd daughter, Virginia, and Mr. nnd Mrs. E. D. Robinson j nnd Miss Patsy Bradley of Clnrks- Mr aml Mrs - Mali °» C. Smith nnrl dale. Miss. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence .,, .., . ' — i r 1 "^. nun. luLuiucu 10 tJlclr I ill with pneumonia at Walls Hos- \ after spending the holidav, pital. Her condition is satisfactory.! w ith t h |, u . mother Mrs JF' Mr. and Mrs. Hays Spradley, Mrs. ' ' ' ' ' Ebb Spradley. Miss Pauline Sprnd- ley. Joan Freeman and Mrs. Sally here Mr , nnd Mrs M c j Memphis were the weekend g ' guests of her sister. Mrs. J. H. Me- homo Tuesday. „, ... Mr . ail(i Mrs. W. ir. pease spent They will return ] (nc wcckc nd in Gunnlson, Miss, a^ I!< " < " 1 "" 1 """ Ralph Wilson, who Is a student at Vnndcrbllt University, Is the guest ol his mother, Mrs, Emmltt Wilson over the holidays. Misu Evelyn Jcnn Plgg Is spending thn Clirhtmas holidays hero with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Plgg. Miss PlgR is a student at Llndeawood College, Charleston, Mo. ' Miss Jo Ann Lnncy, who Is a student »t vv h U m o r e College, Brookhaven, Miss., nnd Dnvid 8. Lnncy Jr., who Is a student at Western Military Academy, Alton, III., mo .spend]UK the holidays here with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. David S. Lancy Sr. Sanlx Mmle Available RUNTINGTON, Ind. (UPJ—51ml- in children who can't get downtown to sue Snntn Clnus visited by him at their homes. A Last Time Today Two Guys from Milwaukee Dennis Morgan and Joae LnU* Fox Neva and Detected Abort Tuesday and Wednesday Phillips Robinson left yesterday ; fields for Little Rock where ho will attend a of Mr. nnd Mrs. Scott War- ., ,. . Mclbn Joy Smith of Ilarrlsburg, a meeting on Veterans Training at: Ar1t ._ rcUjrr , c( | to ncr , lomc yc5tcr . the State Department of Education.; day after spending several days He will return home Wednesday, j as guests of Lottie Pearl stilwell Mr. and Mrs. Snm Lnndruin spent ' ancl her parents, Mr. and Mrs the holidays in Birmingham. Aln., > George Stilwell. little one catches A t bedtime rub warming, soothing Vicks VapoRub on throat, chest and back. VapoRub's special relief- bringing action starts to work Instantly to soothe irritation, ease coughing, relieve muscular soreness and tightness. And then — even while child sleeps— VapoRub keeps right on working to bring relief. Remember, it's the best- known home remedy you can useto relieve distress of colds. Try 111 W ^ ***=fc|IL jj^i -f "He says it's the only FAIU way ... he wouldn't have a chance \vi(h me usirt' my gun from HUNBAKO HARDWARE COMPANY!" Half-price Sale! MKE-A-YEAR jPECIAL CROSBY BERGMAN inlEOM'ttKY'S Wind and Weather Lotion 50* MOW FOR A HMI1ID ,IMI buy the *1 iii« for only IUY THE 52 SI2E FOI ON1Y »1 c'l prlc« ptvt lax Guards against chapping Q Sootlics skin toughness Perfect ns foundation base jllcltif protect jAm /rom head to heels BUY NOW ANL> SAVE! Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office" Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN' TO KLCN 8:00 a.m. l.!:4J p.m. 1:3» p.m. (he Rosy Lasl Time Today Trouble With Women vilth Ray Mllland and Teresa Wright Paramnunl News and Short Tuesday and Wednesday Miracle of 34th Street Maureen O'llara Also Short Subject] WOOD'S DRUG STORE 221 W. Main Phone 507 •"^^•^»* ^^^f^f^f^ ^^H Coming to the GEM THEATRE Blytheville, Ark.' 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