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tiro BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COUKIEH NBW8 , JUtY 38, Bocietu iMitv WU«ML Society Editor 9 Phone 461 Mary. Jean Brown Is Bride <A, Local Man Miss Katharine Hudson Married In Candlelight Ceremony at Home Miss' Mary Jeaii Brown, daughter of .Mrs. Stella Smith of Jones- tore, became the- bride Saturday -or John Herman Lane of Blytlie vllle, son of Mr a)id Mrs. Hermaiv Xl<ane, -»t the rectory of the Im', maculate Conception Church. The Rev Ifc nfencls McDavltt official' ed ih the" presence of the families and most Intimate friends of the couple: Vows were exchanged, before an. improvised nltai- of white gladlo'.l and fern in white floor bf.skets; Miss; Ada Marsh of Jonesboro was, the bride's, only attendant, she wore a beige crepe, ensemble with white accessories arid-a white carnation corsage. The bride's dress .was a special ,design ' In white crepe. She wore elbow length gloves and other accessories, in white. Her small white hat was drapad with genuine white sw.eetpeas, aijd.she, carried a hand bouquet of- white gardenias and tuberoses Herijian Bombalaski of Dexler_ Mo., uncle of the-brldenrooiji, served, as' best man. Following, the ceremony a reception was held, at the. homo of the bride'sv aunt and uncle, Mr. , and Mrs. Burks Barker, 42p Kentucky Street; Gladioli,, snapdragons and • sweelpeas were, arranged throughout entertaining rooms; The. three-tiered, wedding coke in pink and yellow was placed on a lace-draped dining table. Pje- , siding'at the punch'bowl were Mrs. C. Mi Abbott and Miss Marsh. Bower Hudson Also assisting in serving were Mrs.' and Mrs. Arris Odeu Tom 'Mabry, Mrs. Cecil Pruetl,; Lawrence Eugene Ganuncler of Bits of News Mrs. Jklike Bombalatki and Herman Bomtalajk!. Mrs The vieddim; of Miss Kntlierine tin. Mrs. Wilson. Henry presided at. ttio Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Johnston and daughter, Miss- Rosemary Johnston, nrc In Birmingham, Ala., vlsKlng friends and relatives. Mnx Harrison, Bob Berryman and Mason Day are spending the wesk at- the Harrison cabin at Norfovk l.ake. , '• Mrs. T. I. Seay and Mrs: Ppr- rest Moore are spending the day in Memphis. Mrs. B. E. Hardln, who received n fractured arm and severe bruises in a fall 10 days a?o In Memphis, has been removed trom : Campbell's Clinic IcTthc home of hei' son, E. E. Havdln Jr.. 243 North Mcl^an, Memphis. Although she is much improved she will remain In. Memphis for treatment until the' end of this week. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Cates had as their guests last week, Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Cates, Mr. and Mrs Ellis MiiEonhall and their son, Davlc, and Miss Inn Mny Ca.tes, all of Oklahoma City. The visitors, who ar- livcd Tuesday, returned Saturday to their homes. Mr. D. A. Gates Is a brother of Mr. \V. C. Cates, and Miss Gates Is his niece. Mrs. W. A. Sttcknion, who has been n patient ut Campbell's Clinic Memphis, for Ihe past several weeks because of a fractured leg, was re moved Saturday lo Ihe home of hci daughter. Mrs. W. A: Hollingswortl Ion the Ynrbro road. 'Her conditloi is much improved, Mr. and Mrs, Carl Blotter of Ca ruthersville were the guests yes terday of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Cate.s Mr. and Mrs. Ebb Sprndley wi leave tomorrow for .a motor, trl to Hugo, Colo., and points of in Lloyd Hocott Honeyed At Birthday Party Lloyd Roland Hocott, son of Mr. nud Mrs. Johnny Hocott celebrated his Hth birthday, yesterday with, .a party-given picnic style by his parents at Walker Park. During the afternoon the guests played several g^'nes Including baseball. Following the dinner, home made Ice cream Was served to the guests. At The HwpUals Blythevllle Party Cprnpliinents Miss Little, Fiance An nl fresco party honoring Miss Frances Little and Dan Hughes Bell °f Memphis, whose marriage ill be solemnized Friday, was glv- i last night by Mr. and Mrs. Wal- T Day at their home on Main trcet. Fourteen guests were pre- ent. The guesLs of honor were pre- enled silver In their pattern by lie host and hostess. • » * ohn Holmes Succeeds 'owe// As Secretary John F. Holmes was lected se- :relary-treasurer of the Blythe- 'Ille Life Underwriters Association nt Its monthly meeting at the iotcl Noble Saturday noon. He will replace Jack Powell, elected at last month's meeting, who :ins moved to California. Caul. Newell E. Taylor, Army chaplain attached to the Fourth Out 1 of lown guests werj Mrs. ' Columbia and St- Louis. Mo., son of-Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gnnimeler of-SI. Louis, was. solemnized ves- * Fern Downs, cousins of the bride Douglas Grimes, and aordcn Mey' Smith' of 'Jonesboro, th-i bride's' terday afternoon at 4 o'clock In n mother, Misses Margean and Billie 1 . candlelight ceremony at the home lot thc bride's parents on Chlck.v t sawba Avenue. The Rev. Allen D. crs, a'll of Memphis; Miss Betty I Stewart, pastor of the First Mothn- ! Jean Ishmael of Jonesboro, Mi.'.dlst Church, officiated at thc dou- l .. and Mrs. Herman Bombalaski and ble ring ceremony, in the presence ?.- Mr, and Mrs. Mike Bombalaski, all of-members of the families and n | ot- Dexter. I few most intimate friends. ' Following the- reception. Mr: and I A . screen of huckleberry, plumn- Mrs. iane left for a, short wedding sns, and coontle ferns, studded rcfrcsliment table, Mrs Don Wilhelm was In charge of the KUPS:. book. Immediately following tlic reception the bride and bridegroom ion for n wedding trip to Michigan and points of Interest In thc North, before going to Chicago where truiy- will make their homo, Mrs. Guu.- meter wore for tniveling a light blue gabardine suit with black accessories. She pinned an orchid at her- shoulder Mrs. Ganr.neter, mother of tli- trip. They, will make, their home w lth white cladloll and asters form- in 1 jep.esboro where Mr, Lane, is a. Cc) a background against white lann student at: Arkansas: State Col- cul - tttms . Bnnd.s of white slipper leae. For traveling the bride-chose sal | u extended from the greenery a two-piece, dress. In lime, with t o -th c ceiling ot-'the deeply rece.is- which she wore white, accessories C d.-windows where they looped to- aiid a. corsage of white -gardenias,, gpthcr and lied with bows of white • - • • [tnInkle satin holding clusters of- while gladioli, greenery and icvor Breaktast Given For Miss Modinger Misi. Maudle Modinger, bride- elect of peter James. Lauman, of New Orleans, La., was guest of honor at a breakfast given Sat- urday'morning. by Mrs. John Moses, few. White greclan urns flanked tht windows nud branched candela^r.i entwined with ;y!lum6sus held glossy while Infers. Thc prle dieu covered with while brocaded .satir. and rested on n sntin altar cloth. A program of nuptial music was uiu.iy iilo4iuii& uv i>n.x owiui i*iu;>L3, , , . _,, „ ,, , mil Miss Josephine Wy and Mrs. rocffnS ' M«. ^IfJr Heni"! pianist. Miss Hill's selections. Included "I Ix>ve Yon Truly", Bond, and "O Promise Me", DelCovcn. A. G^Shtbley at the Shibley home. Rases, periwinkles and sweet William- in a. variety of shades decorated the entertaining rooms 1 I'oitueu nig fjmciiaumig iuviiib , ,, ,, , . , »*_.. Z^&F£$K'^ ?£S duS t!e"Sii!n1 bride-groom were a corsage of orchid king nslf;rs, and Mrs, Hiulsmi vore while be:iuly asters with i- nalinc fluff The bride, .1 |>radun'.e of iJlvthe- FORRESTAL Admitted: Norrls Cecil Lawson, Manila. Mrs. Jewell Grant, city. Georgia Wilklrw, city. Mrs. Dale H: Davis, city. Mrs, Roy Qootlmaii. Manila. Jeltett Louise Hunt, cooler, M Hairy D. Luih. city. Dismissed: Edd Foster, city. Steve Slaten, Holland, Mo. John Perkins, Manila. Mrs. I;. E. Gay, city. Adrlec Middleton, city. Births: Born to Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Gray, city,, a daughter ..yesiirdfi.i'. Born to, Mr, and. Mrs. Olcn McCaslin, city, a son yesterday, Wa'lki Hospital Dismisses: Mrs, R. A. Cannon, Holland. Mrs, T; o. Hawkins arm'baby, Sleelc. Mo. Marvin. Steward, Manila. Mrs. David WliUflelO, Btcclo, Mrs. Qucntiji Carver Kennett Mo. Ka^tlst Hospital, Memphis Dismissed: Mrs. Oru Cioba) Osceoln. vices. John I.. Sullivan, acting Secretary of Navy, is expected to get Ihu •• post of Secretary of Navy. W. Continued from Pzee I Stuart Symington, assistant Secre- (onuiiued from Page 1. Ury of W(n . Jm Ail ,; w ni probably Force Commanders. • be named. Secretary for Air.. Gen. \\. A. Vandegrift, Marine Kenneth C. Royal, Secretary of Corps Commander, called on every Wnr.is expected lo be the next Marine to "carry out not only the Secretary of the Army. :clter tut the spirit of unifica- '.-... tion," He had consistently- battled ajanisl the legislation before Con-.' gress: The Army Air Forces locked forward, to Air Force Day, Aug. 1:1 with the autonomy they have long fought near realization. 'But. Gen. Cjirl Spaatz, AAP Chief, called on ail field cominundcis in sveld toflotlicv" the Ihre'e ser- Coming Events ' • TUESDAY Mrs. C. V. Sebaugli and Mrs Dale Briggs- will honor bride- cleit. Miss Mary Sue Roe with shower. " Calvary Baptist YWA meeting at the church at a:30 p.m. Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office' Opens 1:45 ' Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 8:00 a.m. 12;« p.m 4:30 pin- Box Office Opens at 1:00 p.nx Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Opens Sunday I'M; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. and Son. Barsaki Night Every Night Elccpl. Saturday No passes honored on Sandal al the Ron. Last Time Today Mrs. tcrest along the West Const; Juanltn Goodman of Memphis visiting her grandmother, Mrs. F. U Smith,, for this week. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Lynch visited their niece, Mrs. Arnold Pry- tock In St. Louis for a. few days this week. Can-oil Thomas, of Little Rock, arrived this morning to,spend several days with E. H. Ford,. Mrs. Malcolm Vonderau and son, diaries Perry Pr., returne.d:loday lo their home.Ill-Helena after spending several days here with Mrs. Von- dorau's daughter, Mrs. John F. Fields and Mr. Fields, aiul;Mr.' and Mrs. C. W. Afflick, Miss Sammlo J. Doss of. Beebe arrived yesterday to spend several vllle High • Si'iool. aUe ric;» lieu- ' days with Mr. and Mrs. Sa.rn.uel P drlx College, r:oi>way, T.JXIS Slate Norris mid daughter, Maureen Nor- College for Women, D«mto-,i, r.nd ris. Miss Doss will lie a senior nt University of. Missouri, co'.imihiit. the University of Ark., Fayetteville where she '.v.is a member of Alpha UVis fall. Delta PI so-jnty. Mr. ,ilis-tau. ,r...... , .,. ,, „, „,.,.,. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rosentha.. »., Oani:n .••••:!• v.n.5 formerly S are-spending n few days hi St;iX>ulS student, nt UiV.vji •'•>.;. 'I Missi-nrl, They were motored UieiVby. Mrs where he was :i membev : Alphu Rosenthal's sister, Miss Ethel: Mef» Mrs. Kenneth Young motored to St. Louis yesterday where 'they at- t club ' Ei ,. • tended the Cardinal-Boston base K ball e^me. Mr. and Mrs. G. V. Daws and family had as their guests for Ihe weekend Mrs. Daws' mother, Me?. A. B. Witt, Halls. Tenn., nnd Mrs. T. 'L. Jones and Mrs. Ruth Jaync of Los Angeles, Calif.- Mrs. Jayne ir, here . for- the purpose of doins research on 'the genealogy, of the Palmer family, of which Mrs. Daws an member. Grovcr Ashley and son, John fidiael, Mrs. W. W. McNeil) and Irs. J.' T. Ashley are in Memphis oslaji visiting Mrs. Grover Ashley. .•ho is a patient at Baptist Hos- ital. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Banister of Ojccola spent yesterday with their on, 'William. M. Banister .and Mrs Sinister. Dr. and Mrs.- Thomas B.. Allisor ml son, Toni, of Chicago. III., arc visiting Dr. Allison's father, J. P A-'.'ison and, family. Mrs. Guy Trjslcr arrived Salur lay to spend, several days with he father. IR. F. Kirshner. Mrs. Trisle is enroute to her home in Corpu Cliristi. fTcxas, after having spen several weeks in Fraiikfort. Mich Mrs. Bell Gilbo"* hostess to Av- 1 i.'.on Bunco Club Mrs. Graham Sudbury hostess ' WEDNESDAY L.. O. Nasl., Mrs. I C. where he was Sigmn I'hl m . inembe nrlty. Hi- Eorvcrt ers of Eudpra.. three years Hi im Army, inrl several inontl',-; ovev.s.L'.is. Out-of-town Riiestj here lo \vcdrtlng Inc'.'.uh' i, Mr. n):il Mr. and.Mrs. Harry. Lovltch have returned from a two weeks visit h California. W-vs. Ed Uunch. Mous-pe Beaharsc, Joe Walter GiimV'.c'.er' of it. Lo:iis, J. Lintzenich. Rudolph Lambert nni p. Fleming Df T.iiti'J Hork, Warren Bell of S',. Lou|-> in a blue Cambridge bowl. The- guest of honor's place was white-with: a miniature bridal figure seated "in It. Gifts" hi heir china and crystal patterns, were • presented to Slodinger by her hostesses. Miss Out-of-town guests included Miss Herbert's "Ah Sweet Mystery ol Life". The traditional wedding marches \vcre used as processional and recessional. Miss Hill's frock was an aqua crepe formal and she wore a corsage of fushl gladioli each centered with n pcruvian lily Mrs. Henry wore a pink formal with a covs. 1 .;;.: Intermediates Sponsor Overseas Shoe Drive Marjorie Gustation, Maywood, 111.; [Of. purple king asters and green ana houseguest of Miss Gail Eich, and' Miss 'Jacqueline Dufhilo, New Oi{leans, La., houseguest of the Mo- dingers* ' ~ . Any old shoes to give away? A shoo drive for overseas relief is being sponsored this week by the , . . an:! Edwin Wcedman spent Sunday ir SI. Louis where they attended th Cnrdinal-Boston baseball game. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Shibley nni Misses Geneva and Joscphln Shibley returned today from Vlcks burg, Miss. Mrs. Carlos Gable nnd Miss Iron rmvls have returned from Hot Hlgglnson and Miss Dorothy Jean | Jlgeinson will honor Miss Mary , e Roe with a dinner party. Mrs. Robert A. Porter and her j nothcr, Mrs B. A. Lynch will entertain with a. breakfast parly ' it the Lynch home; compliment- i ng Miss Frances Little. \ THURSDAY Jolly Eight Club meeting with Mrs. Nevlll Blakemore, Party complimenting Miss Prances Little io.be given, by Mr. and Mrs. Blan Heath. FRIDAY Mrs. Paul Byrum hostess to members of the CBC Club. Time Today SUCKER... OITSMT? POWELL-WILLIAMS HOODLUM SAINT «1* ANGUA MhlES LtWJS UttSBUftY•GLEASOH•STQME Fox News and Seleoied Sliort Continuous 8howlnf>; Sunday 1:15-11:00 Paramount News anil Shorts Continuous SUowiing Everyday Tuesday and Wednesday DOUHLE FEATURE P Jewels © Miss. Kamniie. OLIAYSVILLE, . Pa. Good. (UP) . chicken owned: by the <H. J. Kemp family, .hitherto .called "Mr. Sam," proved her femininity by laying an egg sin by three inches. H weighed. more than three-quarters of a pound. She is iio\v called "Miss j Stiiumie." ; with her .mother, Mrs. Kirshne and brother, Bobby, who are :lheir. Summer home. jj.-.jCondition of Mrs. G. O. Poetz ijyhi) has Been ' critically ill at Baptist Hospital in unchanged today. Memphis, :s 'Army Headquarters at Fort Sam Houston, Texas, spoke to the Association, on Universal Military training. I v Tech. Sergt. Ollie Grisham of the Ulytheville. Army Recruiting Sta-J tion and-Scrgt. Willard Killabrew I also were guests at the meeting. A UIIIVERSAt.REIEK! Selectert Short Subjects Continuous Showing Every I)ay Directed by EUGENE FORDE- Produced by . SCL M. WUlUZEt PRODUCTIONS; INC. L A 2Otii Century-Fox Release KATINA PAX1NOU • PETER LORRE VICTOR FRANCEN-GEO. COUtOURIS DIRl:jI[D BV HERUHH SHUHLIN - PRODUCED BY RODCRT 6UCKNER,' MUSIC BY fKtiHl WAXUAN - from ] rowl bj Gilhjm Ctrrnt Springs where they attended the Arkansas Assembly of Ood camp Miss Hook Hostess To Giub. and-Gu.es Is OSCEOLA, Jllly, 28.—Miss Adelle Hook • v,.as, hostess to her four table ,club at- her home on West Johnson Street v r iday. night wi!h a 'buffet supper. , Seven guests were present, including Miss. Betty Am Whitworth of Gerfnantown, Tenn. Mrs T. W. Mcp'onngiin of Manila, .Philippine Islands, Mrs E. A. Hook of Memphis, Mrs. Monroe Maxwell, Miss Marjorie Doyle, Mrs. , Harry Matlock and Mrs Richard Pruitt. First prize went, to Miss. Doyle second to Miss Lucy Morrison and Miss Whitworth won bridge Picardy and yellow gladioli were pink feverfew. Tapers were lighted by Golda Rinks, who wore a floor length' dress of cell blue chiffon, with a cluster of maii'.e filamelias and blue feverfew in her hair. Miss Marilyn Long of Little Rock, a former classmate of thc bride nt Texas State College for Women, Denton, was maid of honor. Miss Long wore a formal fiock of palricia pink, fashioned with a drop shoulder effect at the neckline, and a very bouffant skirl. She carried an unusual fan shaped arrangement of pink asters centered with a rubriim lily against a background of ceil blue mnline. In her hair she wore a tiara ol pink pompom chrysanthemums and blue aslers. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore n wedding gown of regal ivory. salin with sweetheart neckline and Icg-o-inutlon Intermediate Dcvmrtmunt of First mcc Ung. While there they also vi- Mcthodist Church, whose young sitc[1 w jth Miss Gladys Henson, membors are hoping for the full superintendent of the National cooperation of citizens of Blytlie- children's Home, ville. I Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Sawyer nnd Any persons having siloes which) .-••.-•--- ,, tliey would be willing to donate may Dopartment will has a shocshitic <M">or brJng them to the church, party to clean the shoes and pack =•"•= " sleeves ending in lily points over the hand. Tiny satin covered buttons extended to thc waistline of Used 'to decorate the entcrtnir.mg the close fitting bodice, which was I joined to thc very full ! twin bands of corded j See Us for Complete Layettes FOR BABY! Club. Entertained: By Mrs. Massey OSCEOLA, July 28. — Mrs. L .D, Massey entertained members of a two tabte.club at her home on Semmes Avenue Friday afternoon. Also a guest was Mrs, R. B. Cox, Mrs. .IJoyd Ggdley received high score and Mrs. H. E. Phillips received second.. A profusion of red-roses and white tube roses decorated the ciHcrialn- mg rooms. Ieed-_drlnks were served during the games. iii/ Afternoon. Party Honors .Houseguest Mis*. G*il Eteh Was hostess at an afternoon party Saturday honoring her. houtegue*t, MlK. Marjorle ~ t»f««j. of- Maywood, ni. The . Etch home WM decorated with toouqueU of hydrangea* and roaev, Party food and ksed drtnk* were skirt w sntin scallops. The skirt extended into a semi-train in the back. Her [Inger- tip length veil of white illusion fell from a narrow band of white tube roses set in tiny rosettes of satin. She carried a white prayer book oppcd wilh a purple lipped orchid nestled in a puff ot maltn-j nnd satin, and showered with while .ubc roses. Robert Costello of St. Louis -,v.\s best man and Jimmy Henry, a cousin of the bride, and ushc'r. The wedding was followed by reception In the home. A throe tiered wedding cake was circled with white gardenias and ferns set ill poinsettias bowc O ( white Be sure you get the best ... do your buying at our exclusive shop! O<*-<>Mown piMta Included Mta HoU> MOCCMI ot- Wltoon, Mm/ Leonard AndkWB'M* Mn, Uoyd Fior- m*n, feoifc'oMtortuui*. Hedfcal Test Prored TWs , Creat to Refim MONTHLY muupims At» you troubled by dlstnM o« f»> ?t* le '"nctlonal monthly dtaturb- }52? ? I ?* <! * thl " malt « TOU Butler • ? aln> ft * 1 «° nervoul, weak, * ucl1 "me.? Then, . B f .Compound to relieve «uch tw«l In a neent medtcml urn tht FINAL YOU WANT THE BEST ... Also 1 Toys Books Baby Gifts Dresses THE TOT SHOP 110 So. Swcond St. Phone 2308 Black White Tan Blue Green Red MEN'S, WOMEN'S & CHILDREN'S Out They Go At — $100 Pair Sandals Pumps Straps Ties High, Medium and Low Heels Women's & Children's ANKLETS 5 Pairs Values to 39c Small LUGGAGE Fed. Tax Incl. $1.95 Value $100 FAMILY SHOE STORE

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