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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 14, 194S •LTTHETILLl (AUK.)' OOUKTEH NEWS ftewA— MOB Phone 4161 Mary Elizabeth Bujarski To Wed Richard Roberts Mr. and Mrs Paul R. Bujarski Little Rock tod«y announce UIB . igagement of their daughter. MLsi Mary Elizabeth Bujarski, to Richard Robert*, so" o( Mr. and Mrs. Dick IMberCs of this city. Mi« Bujarskl U a graduate from 8t. Mary's of the Mount In Little Rock and U the sister of the Rev. Paul R. Bujarski of the Immaculate Conception Church here. Mr. Robert* was graduated from Blythevllle High School and U veteran of three years service In the Army Air Corps. He Is now attending the St. Louis University School of Commerce and Finance. Miss Whitworth Honored By Mr*. J. W. Raydcr Miw Hope Wliitworlh, bride elect of Elwood Deen, a-as honored last night with the first in a series of parties being planned for her. when Mri. J, W. Hayder complimented her with a silver shower at her home on Hearn Street. Gifus were presented lo the guest of honor by Mrs. Raytler's daughter. Linda, from a basket decorated with pink and white crepe paper. In the contests conducted dining the evening, Mrs. Lewis J. Part- rlge and Mrs. Hcece L. Woolen won prizes. Each guest \vas given a minilure eorsage and refreshments of a des- aert course with coffee were served. Entertaining rooms of the home were attractively decorated with bouquets of pastel snapdragons. Miss Whitworth wore for the occasion, a ballerina skirt with an ^dqua blouse and palamliiD acccss- ^rics. She pinned at her shoulder, a corsage of pink tinted gardenias * friH oi the hostess. Mrs. Anderson Hostess To Demonstration Club Armorel Home Demonstration Club members met yesterday'after- noon at the home of Mrs. W. O. Anderson for a business meeting and a pot luck dinner. During the business meeting, presided over by Mrs. Taft Metzger president, the program for the coming year was planned and also a plan was drawn up to solicit new members from surrounding communities. The meeting time of the club was Ihanged from the second and fourth Tuesday In the month to the first and third Thursday In each month. Mrs. W. L. Smith gave a talk on "January Hints in the Flower Garden," and In the contest conducted i the prlM was won by'Mrs. Metzger. | Engagement Announced Bits of News Condition of Mrs. Howard Oraham of Steele. who underwent « major operation last Thursday >t Wails Hospital, !» slightly Improved. Mrs. Oraham la the former Mls» Marv Sue Berryman. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Harnrlt. Mrif. W. H. Holcomb urn! Mr. and Mm. E. R Smith' of Osceola spent Monday In Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Fied Bean hurl as their cuest yesterday, j. B. Plnklea of Slkeslon. Mo. Mr. Finklea was heir on business. Mr. and Mm. L. s. Hartwig and fon. Tommy h.v. returned from Montgomery, Al«.. where they attended the wending, Sunda'y, of his sister. Miss Mary Ellen HarUog , en mr.n to Ronnie Woodnll. They were ac- by Mr ' CITY COUNCIL (CoiitlmiM from Tug* 1) fire HiuILn stipulation. TIIB meters will use bnth nickel's mid pennies, depending on tho length nf time n motorist wants to park. The orcllnnnrn makes tmnpcr- Inu with or damnglni! of the mclere a vtolnllon of Iho |nw. Inserllons "f "slugs" or other money subsllcutca also In termed violation. Ml-Ceill IVnullj IVnrlilrit The ni-dlnnnrc empowers city po- .tcr lo nlllx tncs In cars found over-parked. Al prcscnl. Che ordinance slates thnf (his violation nmy br> satisfied by payment of • sn-rent fine to Che rlly c)crk wllhtn 21 hours of Hie IntiRins. Olherwlsn, llic. motorist will lure n court fine. runtshment o[ » fine tun cxi-cccl- ing $19 or 1ft tiiiyn in jnll, or Imlh, Is provided for by the nrcllnnllci*. Money bmuRhl In by meters will be used for liKilnlcnnnce ami i-epiilr of the devices. Miw Mary .Elizabeth Bujarski's engagement to Richard Rol>er(,\ son of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Roberts, U announced today by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul R. Bujarski of Little Rock. , • '• •*.• '"i • nuvi All fi Woodall who will be. Ihelr guest for a week. Mrs. Paul Lesle the guest Mrs. W. T. Barnrll and family. nr. and Mrs, Dean Atklnscm unrt son, Gean Brooks, moved Yesterday (o the home they recently pm-. Webb at 918 Chlckasawba Ayr Th*v formrrly redded on East Main Mr.v j. L. ferryman of Brazil, i,,d.. is the guest of her sister. Mrs s O. Owens, Mr. Owens and children! Mr nnd Mrs. j. MH] Brooks have as Ihclr guest. Mrs. John Dnrtlry of New Orleans, L» Mrs. A was the guest yesterday of nnd Mrs. George Bui-ham. Miss Jessl, Srlle and Mis.s Nell Harris returned Monday night from Memphl, where they attended to business for two days. Mrs. Jess Horner and Mrs. 3 C O-'Voiw are spending today In Hem- phis Karris Simon, Hlylhrville businessman, cnmc before the Council and told the nldcinirn Ihfil Hie city should "have plcnly of parkins •r of Oscrola \vas meters or none i\t all." He .said hi* " of her sister. I statements reflected the opinion* of '"* ' '" several businessmen. He said lit felt that whether or nnt pniklnR nui trrs were installed, M reels In and near the huslnr.'.s dWrln should be widened to provl<le added parking space , . p. Barnaul of O.sceola Gleaners Class Meets At W. Jefferies Home Mrs. \Vadc Jcffcrics and Mrs. Jim Crafton were hostesses Monday night when they entertained members of the Gleaners Sunday School Class of the First Baptist. Church i and two guests. Mis. rtoscoe Craf- \ ton and Mrs. Donald Fleming, ot j Binsliampion, N. Y., at the Jef- I feries home. j Mrs. C. M. Smart was in charge | of the devotional program and Mrs. 1 James Roy gave the devotional entitled "Facing the Future." During the business meeting presided over by the president. Miss Delia Purtle. reports were given by Mrs E. B. Woodson and Mrs. Ernest Roe. Also plans were made lor the class for the coming year. Games and contests played were under the direction of Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon. A dessert course was served. | Mrs! Holder Entertains I Tri-Town Club, Guests Max B. Reid Speaker At P. T. A. Meeting The Senior High Parent-Teacher A-ssociation met yesterday, 3 o'- ' Mrs. James Lee Brooks and Mrs. clock at the High School with Max i f o y Etchlesoa were guests yester- B. Reid, president of the school day afternoon when Mrs. Worth D. board, as guest speaker. , Holder entertained Tri-Town BridRC The devotional was given by Mrs. ' c| U t, members at her home. Jesse M. White, who chose her sub- j t n (he bridge pame.s played, Mrs. Ject from Scriptures in the Book ot | jamrs Terry won high and Mrs. Niathews. Mrs. Marion Williams ' Brooks, second, read the national presidents mes- , Entertaining rooms ot (lie home sage. L held alractive bouquest of pink Betty Nell Holland played two j gladioli and white carnations. piano selections after which Mis.s Rosa Hardy, principal of the High School, gave a report of the different projects and work during « half year school term. Mr. Reid discussed the conditions of the schools and ways which would help in getting a new school. Mrs, Cecil I/owe, president, pre,sid- ftd during the short business session. Mrs. Harry J. Fritzius was in charge ol the program and Mrs. C. W, Garrigan. music chairman. The meeting was preceded by an executive meeting at which Mrs. Lowe presided. D. A. R. Are Honored At Hotel With Luncheon Mrs. George D. Pollock Jr.. Mrs. A. M. R. Branson and Mrs, W. T. . Oberst were hostesses yesterday at Whe Holel Noble when they enter- Maincd the Daughters of the American Revolution with a three-course luncheon. Luncheon wa* served In the main dining room at a table draped with i white cloth and centered with seven branched candelabra holding yellow tapcrj and bsnked with purple grapes ind deep green magnolia leaves. Immediately following luncheon, Arthur S. Harrison, Blythevllle attorney, spoke to the "group on the Dumbarton Oalts »nd San Francia- eo Conference*. Mrs. Stevens Hostess To La Neuve Club, Guest Mrs. Ooleman a. Stevens was hostess last night when she entertained members of L» Neuve Club and one guest, Mr«. Harry N. Whitls. at her home. In the bridge game.< played. Mrs. John W. Thomas won high and Miss Anil* Fay Beck, second. Refreshment*, ot « dessert course wer« icrved. BEST-KNOWN He«« trt.f b. Th, S«tt, fef Umbogo end *5S5 ATIC &"' *«"" you tl.irtto feel quirk relief niter the fir'." •PMn'nl. Caution: UK or.lyudircctcil. ASK at tn« alorc for * bottle of C-2223 Refreshment* were served. of a salad cours.: Coming Events Social Calendar Thursday Pathfinders Class o[ the First Methcfiist Church will meet at the Church. 7:30 p. in. for R covered dish supper. Clnh Kii^hl meeting at the home of Mrs R. B. Stout. Octette Chll) meeting with Mri M N. Nimn. Thursday Contract Club Ijolns entertained nt the home of Mrs, Henry Humphreys. i Jolly Eight club meeting at the ' home of Mrs. Clco Wren. Mirt-\*eek Club bcitiR entertainer! at the home of Mrs. Aubrey Conway. Thursday Luncheon Club members meeting at the home i>f Mrs. Russell Plnilips. Friday Past Matrons and Past patrons will have a covered dish supper at 1:30 p. m. at the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Gus Ebprdt. Mrs. Paul Bynim enterlaininfc'- C. B. C. Club members. Chapter N of p. E. O. will meet at the home of Mrs. J. W Adams I at 1 o'clock with Mrs. W. H. Pense as co-hostes-s. Saturday Cottilioii Club members will have j dance at the Legion Hut beginning at 9 o'clock. Ho.sU and hostesses : will be Mr. and Mrs. Elbcrt Huff- I man, Mr. and Mrs. William Lawshc ; and Mr. and Mrs. Rllcy B. Jones Civic Calendar Thnrs<lay Rotary club—12:10 p.m. • W'3. Mr. and Mrs. j. M P ]| H ]nn t. j.. and children returned last i Iglu I ?"? """ '"'"' "" VP 1)<lc " ' lrsiK " il from Columbus. Mis.,., where thcv 1 ? s '" c " 1lm "'- 1 " '«• *»M- A— ' .-.•.... , viilled with relatives for several days. The Rev. Harvey nedford. pnslor of the tlol CpriiiRs Chrl.stinn Church was the overnlRht Riiesi. of Mr. arul Mrs. J. C. Lowe and family. He also said dinl. on (he basis of experience of ihc c-lly with pjukliiK meters, al least five'lline.s as iiuiw should be Installed this lime. Thl'< would menu about 1.001) meter:;. Mr Simon recommended I but a spct'la parking 7.onc lie set up for employes cars which now are narked In from of Ihelr plnce. 1 ; of business nil dir long. Ktit Ordinance l:\lalneil During discussion of thn orctlimnc. terming bus linns public utllllle.. Mayor Jacksnn snid Hint Ibis wa a iirellllihiary onllnnnce which ha< to be passed before n ftniichlse cnut. be xrnntcri. It was the first Ilin bus lines here hnvp been emergency clause wns voted to mnke the ordinance effective hn j That's I.nl.s of Walklnr PROVIOENCE, R. f. (UP)_., 0 . .-eph H. Eldritigc. 70, of Providence Is retiring after « yours as a letter i carrier. He estimates he has trav- jelerl 81.000 miies in that time to , deliver mail. At The Hospitals niyllirrillp Hcispitiil Dismissed: Larry Glen Lute. Mnnlbi. James L, Cflssuly, Cooler, Mo. Larry Hell. NeLlierhinds, Mo. L. 1.'. lil-own. Steel, Mo. \Vnlls U,.S|,H:,] Dismi.s.seil: Floyd Lnncnsler Jr., Steel. Janoel smith, city. fnnrt »2n,0lf).5«, tho monthly buduet, report «hiA\ed, Firo Chtet Roy Hcud re|1orted Mrs. Criggcr Hostess To Bridge Club, Mrs. c. E. Crlgger Jr. was hostess yesterday when she entertained members of the Tuesday Bridge Club and one guest. Mrs. Hugh \Vhitsitt, at her home on W. Walnut During the bridge games played. Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon won high score and Mrs. I. E. Old, second. Entertaining rooms of the home were decorated with attractive arrangements of chrysanthemums. A salad plat e was served by the hostess. Proved Best by Test... f • >r,, I*- try HunKo i^^OT^"^ ftainty COOKING FAT Jfsl&mderful! Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1 :I5 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KICN 8:00 «.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. the Boxy L*st Time Today LURED with Gfor« Sanders and I.iieille Ball Alxn Shnrl Sub^rtY Conlinuous Shnwinjr F.vcry Day Box Office. Opens 6:30 Show Starts 6:45 Openj Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:15 Conlinunus Shows Sal. A Sun. Bargain Niirht Every Night Except Saturday No passes honored on Sunday a Roiy The»tr» Thursday & Friday RHEUMATIC ACHES-PAINS MUSmplE The RQMA/VCf of ROSY R1DGI Last Time Today Spellbound with Jnjrld Bcrfman »nd Gregory Prck Also Short Subject* Thursday & Friday Dorryl f Zonucl IRENE OONNE REK HARRISON LINDA DARNELL ANNA AND THI: KING OF SIAM l-ittlrt k T lot) CIOMWIU ^ ••••— id i, IOUISD H;KIB» , r ^ Al.vi Shnri Subject* the VOGUE SHOP Proudly Presents Its Second Annual i Price Sale Everything Now at Hall-Price! SUITS COATS DRESSES SKIRTS BLOUSES Robes Raincoats Sport Jackets All Millinery 1 Mok« Your Dollar* Count at tht VOGUE Price the Vogue Shop 2014 Main St. Phone 2906 mediately after IWS.SSKC. 474.30; city hospilal, M 302 81' city Rueh nn emeiRency clause wns In- park. $.'i.033iU. The general 'fund cried In the ordinance levying • contained $33,15.2.70 nnd thn street Her.o license fee tor house inov- " ' ng firms. Violation of Die ordlnnnco a misdemeanor nnd will brlni; nca running from Ji. r > lo Jinn. The resolution falling for liability nsurfincn on all clly-owend vehicle:; ind personal cars driven by city employes on clly lni.slne.ss was of- ered by AHIermai\ .Inn o. Me- luney. It culls f.n- liability Insurance of Mo.tioi) and MO.dlHI nnd property '11111111:0 cov-ciilKo of Ift.flOO. The aldeiiuen nlso discussed drain- tie problems on We.st Ash Stret-l inrt Rnuib Highway in. Mnyor .luck- .011 sunLji\-.led Hint an ennincor he 'tnpluycd lo survey (bcso ondltltms unit vcporl to thn Council, A repiesenlnllvfl of the R. "Xlcnnliinniii! Co. of l.lllle HOCK ivns given iieimlslon by I lie Council o conduct rnl-exleniilniiilnd work n stri>rls, alleys mid public buildups nl no 1-o.st. to ihe i-Hy. Ki-VPiiiiivt Top SVMHin Ili^-enur-s rei-elvet] by the (HM-niK Dfi'i'inbrr loliilcd Wi, oin- ol llic lop llnnrcs lor I he jw.sl year, nnrl e\pendiline,s duinin that month nnuninipil to $l'J r '- l 7l S3. Dcrrniber, tiowci'vcr. gi'nei'rtll n-lnss a hliih rc<-ei|it fiBuve hi>raiiso if pil\-tleK' > liccn.se fees paid by 11101- chunl. 1 ; dtjrinil thrtt monlli for the .ling yci\r, ji.st month's icrrlpts nVso in- c-luileil $:l!l.ini]',lS In counly milll^r. linned o\'ci to I be clly iVc, '.] uv SlirilH nnrl enllc-etor Wlllliim ller- ryinan In st'tllotuniu [or ifie inunlcl- pn! fl\c-nilil nd \ l »liivenl ln\ nnd M-imll Imiul ictircincnt levy, I'ityinem.s ot pviviU-^c liniiM- l.-i-s diiniii-, IJi't-ciubn Inongbt in $:i.KO'/.- 75. lte\t i nni's liom uuld nnd vehU'U 1 lii-rn.sc' uniiiiinKMl t" $Bi;« \Oille )ici|ii-e llne.s netted lln- clly Sli.(il)0,(i-t, Aii- jiort rcMils m-coutitrd lor $1.800 nn<l siiinlalioii it-viMiues tolc\led $1.702.- S() Hiilkling pi-iniil lees toliilcil $130.25. Kxin'iutiluK's by clcpiulmciit.i lucUKicci: .Sliecl. $2,-l'J1.111; Police. $2.- 3M.B5; .SiHiltiil>, $I.B".ll.'lfl; Fire, $1.7-12 32; Airport. $l..|. r >ti.l{]; gcneiol nnd icdiiiinLsli'iil iv<\ Jj,-I0r>.n; S. r ».:>7S fen liupi-nvi-nu'llls Money .spi-nt leer c-npilnl nnprov"- mi'lils totiileil «.'>.. r >7H !H>. ol Ibis. M.- CHO IUt wics piiltiril piiymetit lor tin; Irullic liHbt.s Ihe c-tly luc.s cm cirdcr. Mnyor JiU-kion .-inlil thc.-i<> ttcre bl>- ini; ]>iiiil for :is iiorlkiiis nf (lu> \vs- tr-in weri' (U'luci-ed. Till id luinl:: on huncl l.li'c, [U \sc-i L> $77.31!I.'I4. M:iyor .huksoii cciinmenl- ecl dmiiiK UK- Council inc-i-tlng thiil Ihis wn.s tltc- lnnic.sl, iimoiuit o[ nuiney I lie dly liad *^i-r hail oil hand. Til* 1 thvcc .sinking funds amimnl.- ed In the lollnwliui: clly hull. S'J.- thnl 38 ilr« c*ll» w«r« iniwered during Dtcombor. Fifteen were caused by oil cook itom »nd IS were grass Jlrc«, he uld. TVie fire loss for December totaled $5,01S »nd the fire bill wnn »1,120, he said. HUGE SAVINGS IN THIS GREAT JANUARY SAVE ON COTTONS AND RAYONS FOR SPRING YARDS AND YARDS OF FRESH NEW PRINTED PERCALE . . . lclr;il for linnscilrc-wi, cliiMrpn's tn|;s! !Vli;;liifnl |uinlril ijcsi^n-i in ivH.^hliisI f.ulurs. ;!T) in. wide. 49^ SAVE NOW ON REGULAR 69e FINE CARDED DRESS CHAMBRAY Colcrfiil l\vo.color nni] multicolor' htiijir* iiucl Foliil fi.-istels. Gn.ii-.'ui- tc(-d \ia-h,il'li\ 36 in. wide. NASHUA'S FINE QUALITY INDIAN HEAD WHITE COTTON Il;is ii pcriiiaiirnl finish.! Sanforize'! • Uicli colors, [laslcls. .. .79e Yd. REGULAR 98e LINEN-LIKE PRINTED BUTCHER RAYON . . i Smart rrmrjli Icxtnrccl rayon ntir! coilan f:tliric. (ir.iTifl cotlrriifiu of cu'i\ I'l.-.ilinn juinls. 36 in. wide. 88 Yd 36 IN. WIDTH SOLID COLOR BUTCHER RAYON REG. 79e l« sew into cr i?- f 5]"firl5 nppar nis soliii colors! t.iflnrcfl tuncs in REG. 1.19 PETALDOWN PRINTS REDUCED FOR THIS SALE . . . Snfl r;iyon crepe for (enimina rlir-rrs .iti'l Moir.'Os. Paslcl anil Hark gruiiml prims. 36 in. wiillli. |09 GALEY AND LORD'S CRISP CHECKED RAYON TAFFETA . . . 1 \i-liian-i i^Iit ru5l!i]i£ r.iyon taffeta! /s* and K* clirck?. Brown, rc.K green, black, blue. 39 in. 79 C / ^Yd. AT WARDS YOU PAY LESS FOR TWILL-WEAVE RAYON SERGE Firmly Kovru f.iln'tc with a subtle twill icxlure. FXirk, mnJuiin an<1 n.istcl shades, \\idth ol) in. 89 C USE WARDS MONTHLY PAYMENT PIAN

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