-PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEW! FRIDAY, AUGUST S, UM7 PhoM 461 Hart to be We<i; ,n September Ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Harvey I* Hart, an- wunce the approaching- man lose if their daughter. Miss. .Maureen Bart, to Denny C. Wilson, son of ifivand Mrs. Dewey Wilson ol Dell. The wedding will be solemnized Sept.' 21 Miss: Hart was graduated from Dell:High School and for the past two ieats )Wi been employed at toy Elch Chevrolet Co. Mr. Wilson also was graduated from DeU High School and is a veteran of 18 months service in the Air Corps, of which 10 months '.were in the Panama Canal Zone He is now engaged In farming. .* • • • Mk, Mrs. Miller Give . Party for Young People The intermediates of First Meth odist church '.were, entertained la_s night at the Jolm'Mllcs Miller home on Hcarn Street when Mr. and Mw: •Miller gave" a baitoecuo. The lawn of the Miller Hoin wns the setting for the ham biubo cue when' 30 guests gathered fo games" and group singing durin the evening. Guests other than members of the class were Mr. and Mrs. M. C, Webb,. Mrs. Allen D.' Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Whilsllt, Mr. and 'Mrs. Louis Hlckman. Miss Mamie .. Adams and Mrs. \V. H. Jackson. In out-of-town guest was Pat.;y /utledge of Jonesboro, housegtiest of Mr. and Mrs. Hush WhUsitt and daughter. Gail. Betty Frances Arney and Robert Cralton led tlie yro\i|v in gnineJi . singing. t Club Is Entertained By Mrs. K To Wed in September Bits of News Moltttf. Courier News Booklet Gets Wide Attention The GNB Buiico Urtatned last night Club was s c when Mrs. Miss Maureen Hart wil! become the bride of Denny C. Wilson ot ll.ln » ci'iemony i:?\>i.-2l, it wan announced today by her paieius. .'ami Mrs. Hnrvcy L. Ifart. . and Mrs'. 'Rcfcert' Woodman. During the games prices were -won by Mrs- FiUpatvioV:, .hlijh. Mrs. Norville Humphrey, low, x mul Mrs. Boyce Moore, bunco. Eastern Star Officers of Arkansas Honored With Banquet, Luncheon Two Oi'di-r ol the Eastern Slnr . was held at events here this weex. a 'wnniiei i the official Wriliusday ni^ht :it Hotel Noble The hostess served vefreshmrnls a , Kl a ' luncheon yesterday at the of ice cream, cake and cold erages. bev- Dessert Bridge Honors; Bride-elec.t, Miss Roe ]~rittroil'"as her flower, and l«ve iB . i/Utaii-.s EbQi'd?;.Tr.. enlay'S''luncheon. They were istetl by Miss Cora Lee Coiemun nd i\frs. W. D. Cobb. Woman's C;ub. honored Mrs. Myrtle Oalhwiight ol E'l Dorado. \vaitliy in".ind matron o; tin: Arkansas OBS, and other state ol- fleers, ' ' . Dlyliieville. Wilson ana Osceola . . .chapters' Rare the formal "red Mixed bouquets .of garden flowers icsc'' tamvuct, named air t!i> red lormed a setting of Summer beauty ] lfsK e,hosen .by tlie worthy fr.r the dessert bridge anrt kitchen shower given .last ; riiglvl ;n,.complU ment'to Mlss'Mary Sue'?£oe,\brlde- elect, by Mrs.' Rodney L: Baiilster and Mrs. Hunter C. Sims nt the Bunister home on West Main Street. Vases of flowers were arranged throughout enlerlaining rooms and silver bud vases of pink roses centered each of tlie four tables where the 16 guests were seated. The bride- elect's place was marked v:ith a corsage of pink roses. Miss Betty Frances Woodsoii won high score prize in bridge games and second high prize went to Mrs. Charles R. Penn. Guests included Mrs. John E Clouse of Cookeville. Tenti., sister of Miss Roe. Mrs. Ernest Roe. her . molhsr. and Mrs. Marcus Evrard, mother of the bridegroom-elect. Shower Party Given For Mrs. Harry Gray the Masonic Hall for visit of the worthy grand matron. Shu spoke of Ihc history of tlie Order ol MID F.nr.t- ern Star and plans for Its work In the future. Officers were selected to nerve for the meeting from the three [hostess chapters and various members of these groups (iresente.l r.n iidcnda in Mrs. Giilhwrighl's honor. A program of music was prcsent- Mrs. cd by 'Mrs. Cobb and Mrs. George Mrs. Qua '%,ee, pianist, lor. the -10 guests at i's at ,ycs- lycslerday's luncheon. Mr.s. ' Cobb and "When sang "ir-'iile Moon' Love ts Kind." Mrs Alfonl made .prescnlalion: the Blytheville chap- Mrs. Harry Gray, who was Miss Mary Wright before her marriage last week, was complimented last night with a miscellaneous shower given by Mrs. Dick Watson and Mis. Prank. Grigsby at the Watson home on Cherry Street. The 15 guests played bunco during the evening with prizes going to Miss Kathryn Cleveland, bunco. Miss Clara Ruble and Mrs. William H. Hutson, high, and Mrs. Gray low. Attractive bouquets of siii.uner flowers decorated the home Tor the • occasion. " Refreshments of rt sandwich plate with iced drinks were served. Mrs. Wven Entertains Jolly Eight Members Mrs. Grover Wrea" was hostess yesterday afternoon to members of lli», Jolly Eight Club. . Mrs. Richard Pricliard won high score prize, Mrs. Wren held second high nnd rooko went io Mrs 'Cleo Wren. A salad'plate and cold drinks . were .served..'..-. . Recent Bride Honored With Afternoon Party |;=.Mrs. Chester Caldweli enUn-tain- -,ed yesterday with an infornia.l af- :'lerr.oon party honoring Mrs.'Latry : GamirieteTr", Wfao. ^ras _ before her recent marriige*' ifiss Kalharme I. Hudson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I 'A- O- Hudson.• ;-• -•., • •'£•",-The^' guests" were served iced '^drinks and party foods from the 'dining- table, overlaid with a linen cloth -and centered 'with a hand- painted china boWl~ of pin'* roses. .In the living room mixed Sum nver liowers were attractively arranged. -•- ,'Sfy^Reic* . Mts». Bonnie Siiarpe or Mlain : i Beach,f'Fti:, visited her mothe | Mrs, Kla sharpe, and amlly las |'.w««k.; Miss Sharpe is a sent '•v<tawudess of National _ Airline ^flying^to'Kev prlein,-New Yor 'And fttvana, .Ciiba...She ' former ' her' home In' Blytheville. of. I he iniiFic comuiiit.'e or the and chapter; Mrs. Maurto Ocv- bitt of Gilnioi^, grant! ropvcr.pnt- .itive, nnd Mr.s. Charles \~>. Alford ol Blylhcvillc. deputy BI-III,| lecturer of Ihe 15IVi district. Mis. Dorris liiirkcll ol Joiner served ns toaslmistrcss at HK> ban- qncl. which 11 member.-: and quests ntlcndcd, and the involution \vas given by B. l.loy.l. Mrs. Alford presented the. vvclcnuu- :itl- dress and Mrs. Olive Williams of the Wilson chapter led "^et-ac- qv.uir.tctl" son^s. Mr.s. Ho'JiAa •.ta v( -' a itoKst to the Brand mm ion. to whom Mrs. Cobb .suns -Only a Rose." She NVSK Accompanied by Mrs. Frank. Gwyn of Osceola. iA ton"; I lo the distiiuvii.il'Cd guests was given by Mrs. Vclmn Jcrrv, worthy .matron of the W11-. son/chapter, nnd Mrs. Vise if'Wtl- Eon g-AVC 'the rcssponse. Other features of Die prOiJn'iii were the sonr., "The One Rose". ,by Mrs. Olive Williams' fivo-yc.ir- loid daughter, who wore :t co.-;ltiire in a rose design, nnd '.he song, i "Love Brint'.s u Utl'c Gilt ol Rcses". by Mrs. Aciclc Williinns. Place cards, programs and decorations a : .so carried cut t'.ie "red rose" theme. Followini! the banquet, a meeting ty bec< _ lArrniusemcnts ol roses, mangolds zinnias and other SiimmtT Mowers were effective dccoriv'-ions for Ihe event. The grand officers uio'-oreil to Joncstoro yeslcrrtivy al'lenioon for their official visit to the ehantci there. At The Hospitals BUVTHEVIILE HOSPITAL Admitted: Mrs. Gladys Tucker, Cooler, Mo. Belly Carver, Stecle, Mo. Dismissed-. Marlln Lee Boyell, Armorcl. Mrs. James U. Hubuard and 'm- by. Knst' prairie, Mo. Glln Harrison, city. WALLS HOSPITAL Dismissed: Mrs. E. ,W. Harder, Rives, ifo. Mrs. Plorcnco Powell. Steele. BAPTIST HOSPITAL. Memphis Dismissed: Mrs. C. W. Bowles, Wilson. Mrs. Joe Ramoy. city. Mrs. G. G. AsMoy, city. METHOLMST HOSPITAL. Memplli Dismissed • Tvlrs C. A. Duvall, Luxoi'n W. J. Driver, osccola. J. Wiseman. Wilson. Mr. and Mi's On'lll lioncyciilt of Pell and Joe sluinks. Jr., left 1,0- diiy for I.yon, Miss., where they \\lll visit Mr. and Mrs. A. I.-. Herman. They will then go to Waterproof., La., A here they will spend •i few days [is jiiit'Sts of Mrs. lloncy- ciilt's brother, Mitchell Units an-l Mrs.'»u».s. Miss Nancy Parllow has rclurncil oiu a llnee weeks vacation spent Hli Mr. and Mrs. B. L. .Jackson 1:1 ylona Bench mid St. Pelcrshur^. Isi. Mi"s Dob Wlllluins of. Owens- oro Ky. is Uie liouseguesl ot 1r. and MIS. n M. Matthews -Mid aughter. Miss Margaret Matthews, >r several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Fred 1'lecirmn arc r pending K) <l:'.ys in Minnesota and " tiler Northern states. Mis.s Miirii;ir<-[ Mullhews and Miss Dob Williams hiivc spent the past days in Mountain Home as gucsis of Dr. W. M Owens. V H. Bird left lhl» inoniliiB for illiu Rock, wherj \\f. will a'.lend \ in AKoney meeting at Ihc General Anii-ru-an Life [|.;,ur:i.iu;e Co. Iff will return i»>A Wcil'«-«4ay. Mr. and Mrs. Charles S. Lemons inve returned home from the snn- lUirlum ut Untile c;reok, Midi.. where they spent lliree. weeks. Miss Minnie Nine Dark, who became III white here ns the guest ot her sister. Mrs. Marshall Dlackard, nnd family, has returned to her home in SI. Louis, accompanied by Mrs Hlackard. While In HI. Louis. Mrs Ubckurd will attend funeral services for her grandfather, Mi- Moss, who died shorlly before, hei arrival. Mr. mid Mr.s, P. A. Rogers am daughter. Maebi'lh, will spend Ihc weekend hi Newport ns guests their son nnd brother. Frank Rogers, and Mrs. Rogers. Mr and Mrs. Ewt-ll Weinbevts m«l daiigiiler, Evelyn, of Paris, Tenn., will spend Ihe weekend here as guest of Mr. Weinbcrg's sister, Mrs. Walter Rosentlinl. nnd Mr. Roscn- tlial. Mr. and Mrs. Lorcn 1,. llognn and daughter. Karen .Io, of Louisville, Ky.. will arrive Sunday to spend II) days with her mother, Mrs. John Buchanan. Mr. and Mrs. Uoy.'l "Mickey" Armsliong .Jr.. will leave Saturday light for New York City, where Ihey will visit his- p'.irenls. Mr •nul Mrs. Iloyil Arinsaoii[; Sr.. uf Brooklyn, for two weeks They also •lun lo visit friemls void relatives on Long Island nnd Stolen Island. Sue stanfield has returned from Bleele. Mo., where s'ne was guest of her cousins, lili/.ibelh and I,oi: Smilh for a few days. Mrs. Love B. Admns is in Kcllcy- ville, 111., where she was called because of the death of her brother^ K. A. pittmnii. Mr. Pildnan 'dien j Wednesdny morning. [ Mr. nnd Mrs. T. 1. .Seay are in Memphis today on business. ' Miss Lillian Shaver nnd Mrs. Wilson Henry spent Wednesday in Manila as guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. V. B. Osbornc. They/ were joined there! by Mrs. Brown Sanderson of Jones- ' boro and Pine Bluff nnd Miss Ruth Lee of Lcnchville. Jhrinite. Henry is in Colorado Springs, Colo., this week visiting Mr. Hiul Mrs. Russell Bnrham and daughter. Miss Wanda Bui-hum. Mr.s. G. O. Poet/, who has been seriously ill in the Baptisl Ilospitnl in Memphis for some time, was resting well today. Miss Virginia Swearellgnn niul Irs. James Barksdnle and daiif-lit.er, liirlcy. spent yesterday in Mcin- iliis. Mrs. C. W. Knmey, Mrs. George lamilton and claughler. Iniullton, are in Memphis •The i:nmphlet. Writing Churcli News, published by Ihe Coiirlt i Ne.^s nncJ written by a member Jf the jjspcr's editorial statf. is at- trni-tiun allentlon in Die publishing Held and acclaim amon^ ic- liijiuus leaders. ••Kvcryone responsible lor 'writing church news' should havy one ol Ihese pamphlels". Acc:'>rdln;; lo E. T. Wayland. editor of the Ar- kaiiKus McU:odlst In LW.Ie RiX'k, while C. K. Bryant, of Nashville Ten"., director of publicity fiir the Executive Committee of the K'liith- nil iHaplist Conven'ion. suggeste;! Ilii;-. liio p.impli.vt ml^;i', lie n:ed for distribution to Die HO.WQ pi - tors for this denomination. •Ro'-.ert U. Brown ol rJcv: York City, editor of Editor nnd PubDsh- ;,'_-r, -.1 pi'.b'.lcation for ne'.vspJ executives, exprcssefl tJic belifl tha'. editors over the nation will imd interest in the. paniphiet and Ihr efforts of the Co'irier New to obtain more church news. Die pamphlet- was written to cn- nrnne leaders with churen.sclioJl [ind civic organizations and otlui clubs to submit reports ••>« '.' LII i6tivities which are of ,~jner:i| in- ercst in the city and Itmmshmit sij-.pl County. at his home. Is much improved. The nev, Mnuiicc B;. Ncwbk'Ue and Mrs. Npwblello of Memphis and Mrs. N.'M. Qowan of Klpk'y, Teim. ,huve been gitesl-s o:' Mr. and Mrs. John niclv.ird.saii the past week. John .Nebus of Memphis visited his sister, Mrs. W. R. this week. sourlans lo .successfully pass the Missouri bar exams, it was ieain- (1 here yesterday. There were 74 applicants. Tlie other per.'.on Iran Kcuihoa.st Missouri was M;i!L":ry liOtl Adamson of Bernie. Mo. Ml'. K!eni|> moved 10 Canilhorsville in May, this year. Committee Member On Hand for Meeting, But He's a Day Late I A member ol the Citi7.cn School Unilding Association, fnc., almost attended a meeting of that group this week. He came info the Chamber ol Commerce office yesterday, sat do-Aii, took of:' his hat nml looked at his watch. "Looks like I'm a little early," he said lo Worth Holder, secretary rf the Chamber of Commerce. Mr. Holder looked at his watch. "No .sir," he replied. "You're about n day late." The Associalion met Wednesday. The member hud been out of town and. when he read an announcement of the meeting on his return, lidn't *.otice I he day named for he session. mi Contimuuis Shows Every Dny Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO Kl.CN 8:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m «:3» P«. Livestock ST. LOUIS NATIONAL, STOCKYARDS. Alllf. 8. (UP) (USDA) — Livestock: flogs 5.2CO salable 5.000; steady market with Thursday. Top $2800 sparingly- Cooil and choice 100 to 2SO His. largely at one price. Also paying up to $28 for some 540 Ibs. and over. Bull 250 lo "2Vt! Ibs. 27.00-27.75; some 2BO lo 300 Ibs. 2C 00-20.50; load 315 Ibs. 25.25: 130 150 Ibs. 25.50-'27,00; '00 to 120 Ibs. 22.50-24.50; sows, largely 18.0023.00 Ciittle 2.700; salable 1,500; calves .000. nil salable. General undertone weak with spots showing further irn'sular declines in clean up tr A few medium heifers around 17.0010.01); with common kind 13,00-lU.OO; lil!hl flitter offered around 10.7311.50; few good cows offered and demand limited, common and medium kinds also finding restricted Inquiry wilh canners and cutter oifer'nigs Ttii* ln-cc-y beach con! of vvMte cotton tjv/elinij i» a (jrioiity ilnni eillior for liallisra or for court en- lliusinl'.j, and ii'» A n'lt'.y ajditinii lo £[!)' cutrimer wnrdrohe. The w*;»rer — ai if you hadn't noticed! — is Faiili Domergue-, raveia-liaivcil £Crcon benuly who i» onfs of llouf* ord HuKltos' «cri;eii finds. Attorneys Licensed (;AHUTHK'.iSVIl.I_E, Mo., A..K. «. —H[iy:nond A. Klemp ot this city, was one oi two Southeast Mis- Lnst Time Ttxluy Manila News Mrs. George Oxford and ilnugh- ters. Owen nnd Dean of lloswell.l N. M. have arrivetl to «.p«nd a few week!; with Mrs. Trm Riiyden. They will also visit fri.r.d.; nnd relatives in Pnrngould. Half Moon Hews •P. b. Hawkins and il.iU!;li'.er. Louise. ;in-i granddaughter. Maviie, of Chuksville. Tenn.. are visions I-is ciother. R. L. Hawkir Mr.s. Hawkins, and other relatives this we(k. ' Mrs. Coy Tweedre iinii children I visited several (lavs this u - : ee>. in i .Manila with Iic.r sister. Mrs. M.i- vi.s Neul. and Mr. Ncal. Join*. Knnnon. who has been ill Do Yen Suffcr JKstress Of ^ ^FEMALE COMPLAINTS . With Uncomfort- v able Fullness? Am you troubled by f\ distress of I(jm»U 1 J fun et'&r. til monthly / aiciurbv.icts? Dots /; this itii\Y,». you suffer / / from Y^ 1 '". ^' el so /-. J \vfLiK-ut such times? Then DO try Lvdlrt U. 1'Inkhnin's Vegetable Corn- poLiiitl to rolit:*'^ uueh symptomsl i- . In n rcrcut meillcM test PliiWiftm's '?> ] ComimunU proved rtniflrkuhly helpful Kl to women troubled this way. It's whut Doctors cull n. uiL-rlue sedative. It I»a3 ;i t;mnd soothing effect on one of it'O.Ti- aii's most Important organs. Taken rc-aulnrly — PlukhunTs Compound helps build up resistance to such distress. Als>o B ^reut stomachic tonic! LYDIA E. PINKHAM'S e PECK JANE WYMAN Selected Shnrl Sulijecls Cniitiiiuuus Showing Kvcry Day Saturday Serial "Jack Armstrong No. JI and Cartoon Ciml'd Shows Sal. 1^:30 to 11:30 Sunday nnil Monday .Tf^lu PrwlilctiCos I«. pi«seo|s ' ROBINSON LOX M C CALIU$TER raramounl Ncxvs and Shorts Continuous 8tunrlnK SIM. 1:1$ t« U Nancy today Mis. Al Gray. Mr. Gray and nfant son, Alfred Jr. Now Open The Accessory Shop Located Hotel Noble Bldg. Hosiery By Holeproof and Will-Dc-Lainc Slips By Alberts, Inc. Bras By Form Maid and Sho Form Bags By Rambler And Many Other Nationally Advertised Lines Mabel Hogan & Jesse Srite, Owners Jesse Srite, Mgr. From Adams' RECORD BAR Tommy Oorscy —I'M Cellini! Son- tlnu'iitnl Over Yon. The Three Stms—Twilight Tiiiu- Vaughn Monroe—Ivy. Glenn Miller Rtardusl. Eddif Arnold- 1 11 H«Ul Von In Mv Heart. Dr. Chiylon -Anscl.s In llarh'in. Count li;ij.n" One O'clock Uont-io. Artie Sh:iw--Tralft<' .lain. Krcddie Marl in—Piano I'oilrail Hcnny Goocluian—SiiiK. ^ins:. Sim: To ni in y Dorscy—Who. Pcriy Conio—Surrender. Wayne King:—Alice IMiu. 1 Gown. Bclty Hulton—Sewing Macliinr. Spade Cooley—BORB'S Hoo«ti<. RCA VICTOR RECORDS Very Dressy Black Suede Strap Genuine Gray Reptile Trim AAAAtoB $10.95 COMING SOON TO THE R!TZ \ug. 14-15 "Stallion Hoad" with Ronald Itcuguii * Alc.vis Smith Aug. 17-1S "Shocking Miss Filgriia" \villi Bctly Grablc and IVick Ilayities Alii;. 21, 'fi, 23 "Sea of Grass' wilh Spencer Tracy & Katlicrine Heplmrn. "The Hucksters"'wilti Clark Gallic, Deborah Kerr & Ava Canlnfr New Shade Amber Brown Polished Calf Sling Pump AAAAtoB $10.95 Box Office Opens at 7:0i) p.m. Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Opens' Sunday 1:90; Starts 1:1& Continuous Shows Sat. and Sun. Banaln Night Everj Night Eicepl Sat aril ay No pasiea honored on SnndaT »• the Roiy New Styles Arriving Laily! ctea if ma< to \lHevitMy enhance yout Icau L»st Time Tod»r ADAMS APPLIANCE Co. J. \V. Adams, MRT. rhone Z011 206-0* W. Main Stilurday North of the Border with Russell Ilnydrn Serial "Chick Curler No. IS and Cartoon C'ont'd Shows Sat. 1Z:30 to 11:3 Sunday and Monday Fox News & SPlcclcil Short Subj«cU c'onl'd ijhuws bun.
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