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PAGfcTMO CLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Efeily WfxttM, Soetety Editor Phone 461 Kathryn Cleveland Will Wed in September Rites Mr. 1 , arid Mrs. James Monro? Cleveland; *tt Lacled* St., today announced th« engagement and approaching marriage of tlietr daughter, Miss kalliryn Lucille Clevelnnd, to I^ojcl George Porter, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Dewey Porter, 308 Kast D?,yls St. The cercrticiiy wi'.l take place on Monday morning, Sept. S\ at First Baptist CJjttrcli. J^iss Cleveland was graduated from ISlytlieville .H'lfU School and has b^jn "employed lor some time nt; Hie ^'Arkansas-Missouri Power Company. Mr. Porter wsis graduated from high school in Morehouse, Mo., niid is ,a veteran of three and a half juars service In the Marine Air Corps, including duty in the South Pacific Theater. He is now connected', with Planter's Frying Service at the Muh(clpal Airj>ort. i •. ' • • Luncheon Compliments .Visitor From Lonoke Miss SusSn Trimble of Imuoke \vas complimented by her sister aiul \ hostess, Mrs. James -Roy, yesterday \vitli a luncheon at Hotel Noble and Mrs. Parris McCalla and Mrs. Thud Nicol entertained in her honor with an 'informal party this morning -at the McCalla home on West Walnut Street. Attractively arranged roses and gladioli centered the table where the 12 guests were served at Mrs. Hoy's party. . Miss Trimble will return to her hnme tomorrow. Club Eight Members Guests of Mrs. White Will Wed Little Rock Man WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 27, 1947 Bits of N6ws This Is On the Record, Baby Pistol Packer i ToHo * eN *" industry Mis.s Palsy Jane Kcbmsun. liniiuhtcr of Mr. and Mrs. iiuberl Harrison noblmon of Reiser, is the bride-Heel of Joseph Alien Bum-son son of Mr. ami Mrs. Harry Allen ILmerson of Ijtllc Rock. iMrs. Jesse iWiiile was hostess to | "\Vhat-llOt" members of Club Eight last night for their weekly bridge party nt her home on E>st Davis Street. Mrs. Charles,'Langston won high score anti Mrs.'While received second. '.',.'.* ,'•_ . Potte<i-'f!OMt'ers were used for dec- crulmg~the entertaining rconis iuul ' the hostess"serve'd a dessert course. Imogehe Needham Wed To Springdale Resident 5 arly Given For Mary Sue Horryman Miss Miulcl Kiniclscn I'lilt-rtaluci last niylU with :i "wh:ii-not" sbnwcr voin])ti]ni.'iiliii|> All:;;, Mnry Sue 1 Hc'iryninn. bride-fleet of llow- iirtl Grahiun of SU-eli', Mo. Bouquets ot Dimmer !lowers nt- trnctlvcly tlrc-oralcd tlu- ICnuclsi-n home on Cliiclir.snwba Avenue 1 . In the puzzle uumo Miss Jo Ann Shntiks won high prize. Kollowing Die gnnies tlu 1 hostess presented Miss llerryman wilh n "whiu-nol" later filled with novelty pieces nf ylass as gift's from the Announcement was made today of the wedding ol Miss Imogene i china and Needham, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. j guests. ' Martin Needham of Blytheville. lo j Mrs. n. A. Berryman. mother John-'M. Stafford, son of Mr. nifcl ! the brlilc-plect. anil Mrs. U. W. Mrs. J. Stafford of Springdale. T!K- j Miilllns, slsti'r of Mr. Graham, eerejnony took place. Sunday, Aug. j were ainonk guests of Many From Here At (end Horse Shows in Osceola Blythcylllc- people filli-cl n number ol the boxes at lust night's hurst* sllnv.' in OsceoUi in spile of the uvercust shies. 'Hiry inducted Dr. :intl Mrs, Newell n. .Ic-rome flnd in a party with Miss Polly Wilson. Miss Etmitie Urugdon mid Miss Liu.iUi- Wliile were Miss of Pine Blulf, Miss Hemietta Nlllin of Llttlt Rock and Miss Jean Hop- uocxl of Kast Prairie. Mr>. Also glimpsed were two young Hlythcvllle B"'ls. Mnnrccu Nerds, daughter of Mr. and Mr;;. Samuel P. Morris, and Vivian Patterson, (laughter of Mrs. S. 17, at .-the First .Methodist Church in Mem with the Rev.".aii\ Vnuglit, -j:astdr,r' officiating. The;bride wore a light blue Summer suit with red accessories and pinned:a corsage of red roses in her fjltS iVlarlill IIoslCSS slioulder. ,.,,;. „ . . „. . Mr?. Stafford attended Blytheville Wjth Dl'ldgC Ullb Mrs. S. P. Mori in entertained at ic-r home on West, Main Street yes- . HigiYS-ihool before becoming manager of >the Western Union nt Menu. Thfey," will make their home in Epringdale, where Mr. Stalford is connected with the Welch Grape Juice -plant. The hostess, assisted by her mother, Mrs. O. R.KnudsL'n, sprvrd' a dessert plait with iced drinks. J arlv Family Reunion Held At fverett Petty Home Tli« -home of Mr. and Mrs. Everett; 'Petty hear Luxora WES Hie setting;; Sunday for a family ro- union., : Guests included n relatives from Memphis and Covtngton, Tenn SteeW,;TMo., Blytheville and Luxora. The" ,;.dlnner was served bulfcl stylei- *'' •• . • • • Two'jAre Hostesses With" Shower' Party A ;sKower party given by Miss I-bimie.Jo Hargett and Mrs C. C. Denton Monday night at the Hargett home on Chickasawba Avenue comcillmented Mrs. Ted C. Lyster Assisting the hostesses were their mothers, Mrs. J. J. Hargctt and Mrs.JO«orge Cross. A *J)ifik arid white color scheme. with..a .touch of lavender, was carried --out in flowers arranged throtigHout the home and in tallies for Bunco games. Winners in the games were Mrs. L. R. Matthews, highs "M.TSr Dick Watson, traveling, and Mi?. Dick Stone, low. Mrs. Lyster was presented a corsage of pink roses. Refreshments of cake and ice cream with cold drinks were served to the 18 guests, who included the guest of honor's mother, Mrs John G. Bourland. ufierr.con wilh a bridge par- ly for feltov: TIK ;nljeis of a club and mother guest, M;-s, Finnic Nolciv Asters and ntlier f.o\vevs \vcre ur- rnnged in e:iteitaiiun« i-noms. Mis. J. AV. Attain-; Si.. \\ou tiiv;h Hob Peterson, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. '!'. Peterson, hus arrived liomc after six weeks reserve training at Hamilton Field. Calif. Mr. end Mrs. Hull! Malion and son, 1'aiti, arc nt :iomc after returning Ironi. i)6!n;.s in Missouri and Arkansas. In Zalina, Mo., ihsy v.ero auesls of her mother, Mrs. C. Ii. IJii'.kfns. who is 111, and In Sjirlnglield, Mo., vlilted a former Army buddy of Mr. -Million, Eddie Myeis, and Mrs. .M)ers.' BefcW re- inrnlng home Diey went to 'Walnut idin', 'B)no and Jonesboro. Mr. and Mrs. ./aeon Smith nnd grandaughtiT. .Shirley Darlene Alsx- BiHli-r of Willow 11111, in., and Mr. flnd Mrs. Warrtio Smith of Chicago were guests cf Mrs Edith Permenter and Mr. and Mrs. Ft o. West for a brief time. Mr. and Mrs. Kd Bomalaski un.l children, l/ireltu Ann and Ta.iinu'. of Melrosc Park, 111., will leave tomorrow to return to their home after having been lh^ guests lite past 10 days ol Mr. uiul Mrs. Joo Bomalaski and lamily. Mrs. Joe B»m- i,laski will accompany them to M«l- ro.se for a visit. . O. W. Dilliihunty has returned to her home nt SOI Norlh Sixth St.. ultcr spending .six weeks at points in Colorado and I,nw- mire. Kuns. Mr. mill Mrs. liruce Barliam uf Mvinplils arc parents of a daughter born last night at the Baptist Hospital in Memphis She has been named Anna Lee. Mr.-Barliam lived in Blytheville many years nnd is the son or Mr. and Mrs. George W. Durham. 1308 Hearn St. H. K. Harnelt is .spending a week in Billon Rouge. La. He went down especially for the wedding of Ins granddaughter. Miss Ann Burnett. Jenn Smith. Pesgy Brntcher. Pnu- line Hiimscy. Pauline Smith, Juan- Ita Davis, Mr. and Mr.s. James Hea- tjaii. Mr. and Mrs. L. Eiinoore and the i'.ev. L. C. Ramsey attended a Young People's Rally of the Assembly of God Church Friday night at Dyess. Mrs. Ike Miller wa.s in Memphis yesterday to consult her eye doctor 'Mr. and Mis. John McNair aiv visiting at several points in Mississippi tins wt-ek. Mrs. LJUI.S Applebaum and inoiht'r are spending a brief visit in Mem- pliis with relalives . Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Nuylor and iimity of West Memphis are spending a few tiays here as (rueslx oi Mr. urul -Mrs. Chester Burnliam and family. Mrs. S. D. MLGhce and children and -Mr.s. Liicibii Qaines left this morning lor Prescott, Ark., and Baton Rouge, La., where they will spend finbin Morgan, I), country's youngest disc lu 1 t-5 di'-cussLS i <ili«l platler ivilh l>:iby Mary Hondo at record |jluyprs' natio:i:il conven tiou in Chicago. Uobin has a J5-minule SjturcJny program uii or Nov.' York station. la Mi Hs \\t-M' B.UIIO Luncheon Parly Given Mrs. Tail MetJi '.or V/LS hostess to eight member.; of tin- Armcm'l Home Demonstration Club >ester- y for a "dutch" luiH'hecm. vlrs. Bill;- Uo:inhnnt of llelcnu and Mr.s. II. K. \Vcir of Bright, Tcnn., were out-of-town quests and Mrs. Max Watson attended for the first time a.s a iiu:ml:er. , The contest, prizes were won bv Mrs. T. R. Wats-ni and Mr.s. l):m- aham. The lly a:naiiil:i. im;;,t de.ully ninshrocin on earth, is nst-d in .some countries for nK>.i;in< r : an intfixicat- S. Patterson, who were housegucsts during the two shows of Ann White and li?r parents. Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey White, nt their jilinitaiton home on Highway GV Sovil}i. Tlieir hostess was one of Ihe {-iris sfler.ted to present ribbuus and trophies lo winners last ni^hl. Attending Moiulay nis;ht in addi tj(m to tiuise named were Mr. am 1 Mrs. rreeman Robinson. Mr. am ; Mrs. ,1. Fan-is McCalla and datlgh- Icr. Jennie Wren; Mrs. J. M. CiiHespie and grandson, Adam Taylor. tllc> Jimmy Edwards; Mr • and Mrs. Phillips Robinson and ! their youn^ lictise^uests, Betsy and Hill cglesby or iiittle Rock and Gail wliitsitl; Miss Delia ptirtle; ihe Jiinmie Siiuitliermons in a parly witli Mr. and Mis. JoeTrieschnnuin: Miss Marynerite Matlhcws of Attnorel and her hoiiseenest, MIKS Hob Williams of Owcnsbmu. Ky. a week. Wanda Kcrfoot of Pooahontas is spending 111-? v:eek here as giiest of MOIUI Juy paines and Mr^ aad Mrs. Russelr-Ciaints. >, ' '^V > "''''.' C. S. BiigBCtt, who has faeeji ill'it Kennedy Cienem] Hcspital tor some time, 1ms been dismissed and is at hi.s home here at 5i)a We.st Uiiick- usa\vba Ave. He] - e as tlie sae.->lK of Mr. nnd -Mrs. Raggett are Mrs. Flank Charles and daughter, Carolyn of Washington, D. C. Alabaman is Honored By Mrs. C. A. Davis OSCUOLA. Aug. VI. — Mrs. Frank Crittenden of Sehna. Ala., who is the hoiLU'Kiiesl of her mother. Mr.s. Charles F. Hale, was honored yesterday afternoon when Mrs. C. A. Davis entertained 12 quests with Lridge party at her home. lfj(j Collide si. In gunics Mrs. W. W. Prewltt won high score and Mrs. Wade Q-.iinn cut foi- consolation. Mr.s. Crittenden was presented a gift. Arraiiiicincnls of garden I lowers were decorations. An Iced course was served following the games. Coming Events THURSDAY Phelwnn Sunday School Class of First Baptist Church meeting with Mis. Fletcher Kin^ for w'lltermclon party. Mrs. John Tyrone will (ess to ONB Club. Mr.s. J. O. Huey v.'ill entertain the Jolly Eight Club. FRIDAY First Methodist Church will givo party complimenting members of college set at home of Miss Ethel Mae Eberdt. WALNUT RIDGE, Ark.. Alia 27 (UP)—Residenls of Walnui iVutMc- are looking foi ward to a new i n ! dustry In their town today, follow mg the slgiilng of a 10-yenr |KI< ;( . with a St. Louis garment linn v ' r . terday. The nrin will operate in'ih'., JVfiW commtinity factory buildin K whieh v/lll be completed in some four months. . (Um-loting pui-se for ]>relly policewomen is now standard eipnpmnnl on Detroit force. Marjoric I'leining makes quick draw. Livestock Miss Eugenia Crawford Visits With Home Folk Miss Eu^en:.-, Crawiord, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ivy W. Criiv.-- lord of Blytluivilla and secretary to Congressjiuin E. (J. GatJiin^s, will bj in West Mi-muliis. liie Cia'.li- ings' home town, to work until Congress convenes next y,"ar. Hc'jMTSPlUntivi' nnd Mrs. Cl:!things nnd. their dnui;hU:r. 'rolki-. came io tiioir WI-M Moinphi 1 , hoim- when the session v;:is conchuied eai'lior l/lijs month. M;.ss Orawfortl. who \vas a men!-- bcr of tiie N'ew York Herald Tri- Ijtino stuff before becoming Mr. (!.Uhi:r;s' .sec-iclary ihi.s Smnmer. li.rniL'ily v.a:; a member ol the C\?uri(M- Mt\v.s I'ditoiia! .sluft". Etowah News Tin Rev. iLmmii Cruss nnd Mrs. Cross, acciiinpanied by Miss Ruth Harris nnd Frances and Jewel Wallace, attended ;i banquet at be ho-;- 1 Blytheville Calvary Church Friday night as guests of the BlylhuviHe Biipil.sl. delegation. Norman Clay spent Monday in Memphis. •Mlrs. Leona Blaylock and duugii- er. Wc.ssie Mae, of Memphis spent the weekend with Mr. and Mr.s. Wood row Blaylcck and Mr. and High School Parent-Teacher As- ^ociation will sponsor High School dance at The Hut. ; CBC Club will meet wilh Mrs. A, A. IT.irdy. Mr.s. Norman Clay. Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Cook and children, Oliver nnd Mildred, spent KT. LOUIS NATIONAL STOCK- YAfiDS. Alls. -i'L lUPl (USDAJ — I logs C,3U(); salable C.OOO; staush- tcr bairo\vs and gilts 25c lower than Tuesday's nvcmge; lop 27.50; Liilk i«(,--j.i(j Ibs. 27.25-27.50; predominant share af.26; 250-270 Ibs. 2C.W,-27.^5; several loads 280-320 • ll-v 24.50-21!; 1GO-180 Ibs. 20.27.25; I I3U-150 Ibs. 23.25-25.50; Sows llll- Uvenly 25e to $1 lower; bulk 450 I His. down 21.SO-:3.50. I Cattle -l.OOi;; salable S.OtJO; calve.s ' 1,400 all salable; steers and heifers active and unevenly higher with cows fully steady; good demand for (aimer and cutter grades; billl-i oi.ontd steady; vcalers 50c higher; teceii/i.s coinpiise about 12 loads of .steers; 3 loads Oklahoma grasser:, ; approxinialely 50 per cent cows; choice yearlings and long yearling steers. 20.50; good steers around 25.50-27.00; good heifers and mixe.l I yearlings, 24.50-2U.OO: some choice ; higher; medium. 17.50-23.00; common, 1300-lfi.50; tanners and cutters, 10.75-1X00. Get Welcome Relief From Stomach Gas; Sour Food Taste Do you feel bloated and miserable after t^very mcnl? II so. here la how you may rid yourself ol this nervotis distress Thousands have found it the way to be veil, cheerful and happy again. Everytlme food enters the stomach a : vKul urustrlc Juice must flow normally to break-up certain food particles- el.se the food mny ferment. Sour food, acid Indigestion and gas frequently cause a mor- fC'v <lav t ; last week in Ron nth I b ' ti - toucli y. fretful, peex-ish. nervous !•_•> M.ijft KIAI- v\(.ir^ in o^iiLtLii.. i rr ,, 1r iin,, T , i,«,_ n t a ;, T ,,.»i»« ,,—,__ •„!,. Mavcr Mr.s. E. R. Jackson were llicre with iheir daughter iitui sun-ln-law. Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe Bill McHaacy. and hi.s parents. Mr. and Mrs. John C. McHaney; Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Nash and their house-guest. Mary Virginia Nash, of Greenwood, Miss^ and Ramona Clarion, were in n parly wilh Hit 1 W. C. lliCKinson.s ami Iheir daughter. Miss Dorothy Jean riln and Miss Vcr:i Goodricli. Also there were Mr. and Mrs. .1. R. Marr. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry e. Viviiit: 'imlor and Mr. mid Mrs j British Draw Funds From U. S. Treasury WASHINGTON. Aug. 27. (UP) — Britain has withdrawn another rM50.OCO.OgO of the S:).750.CO'J,000 U. S. loan extended a little more than n yeur ago. treasury figures disclosed today. The latest withdrawal left Britain only $550,000,000 to cull on. This will be reduced another $150,000.000 on Atig. 23. when Britain makes a linal withdrawal until her present dollar crisis hail been rrsolvcd. At The Hospitals HI,YTHKVIM.F HOSl'IT.U, Dorothy StiiiifieUl. cily. Jerry Don Nuil, Huyti, Mo. Dismissed: .Tallies A.>3ici-aft, Cootcr, M:r norothy Rumho, city. Wa\no La\ r elacc. city. Key Lovelace, city. Mr.s. Jnvrll Gnuil nnd baby. citv. WALLS HOSi'lTAL 'Mrs. r. R. Joyner ;.nct haby, city. Mis. Luwrence Edwards and baby, ML*;; Robert Jack.son. Stcele. Mo. P»'««v Piyue, CTVUtberf.vi'Je. Mo. lV\rTIST >IOSriTAL, Mrmphis DJMm.ssfrd: Sally Travis, O.sccola. Read Courier News Wuit Ads. Meetings ClUckasawba Lodge 134, ¥. and A. M., win mMt In special communication .at the hall tonight for work in the *". C. degree, by order of the Worsjijpful Master, Max Parks. MOSS BRYAN PRESENTS . N*wty Acquired Modern and Antique From Hit Recent .'." Eastern Trip TK OFT SHOP ORIGINAL DESIGN BY Alo., :is "iie.sts or Jumns Knr! and L(!slic Harris. The condition (if Rusty May. .son t)f Mr. nnd Mrs. Clay May who rc- CL'nUy Miflcrcd. a skull tnu-UuT in a fall, is much improved. M r. and M r.s. O. IT, AC I to re n nd d:t light or, Nolle, of Marked Tree visited in the home ol Mi - . and Mrs, Norinan Clay this week. They came especially to be with Mrs. Cleora Chrismond, who is ill at tiie hoiiiu of her daughter. Mrs. Clay. Gsceo/o News Mr. and Mrs, Harry Miller arc parent:; oJ a daughter horn yesterday niovning at Tuvreiv.inc Ciiiii'j. t- has bucn named Lui:y Hoonr, Mr.s. "Miller i.s (he health niif.sc for South Mississippi County. , , oss of appetite, underweight. p. -weakness. - ' .— / ' " l '*. condition, l : restless sleep. . . . | To get real relief you must increase i the flow of this vital gastric Juice. Medl- ! cal authorities, in independent lafaora- i tory tests on human stomachs, have by ; positive proof slmwn that SSS Tonic Is j amazingly effective in Increasing this [ flow wlien It Is too Jtttle or scanty due L to a non-organic stomach disturbance i This l.s due to the SSS Tonic formula which contains special and potent act 1: vatlng Ingredients. • Also, sas Tonic helps build-up non! or»,TiiIc. weak, watery blood In iiutrl- . tlonal nnemla— so with a good flow of ; this gastric digestive Juice, plus richred- i blood you should eat better, sleep better ; fee! better, work better, play better. r Avoid punishing yourself with over\ dotes of soda and other alKalizers to ; counteract ^as and bloating when what [ you so dearJy need Is SSS Tonic to help ' you digest food for body strength and [ repair.^ )oii't waitl Join the host of ; iiriopy people SSS Tonic has helped ! Mllltnns of bottles sold. Get a bottle of SSS Tonic from your drujf store today onic helps Build Sturdy Health. advertised in MADEMOISELLE 1003 THE EDYTHE SHOPPE 319 W. Main Phone 2861 Bi'own Calf TO CIIOO- CHOOSE FOR COLLEGE ED CROSS SHOES AMEItlCVS UMCMAIUNSIO 5HO< VAlUt Gay ami palli\'anliug lilllr shoes... \\illi a strictly "know nry way about llie campus'' air. They'ro Golil Ooss (]ualily down lo earli lusl fturily sli>cli . . . ami tliey fil like nolliing else in lliis world lint a Golil (lied) Cross Shoe. FAMILY SHOE STORE 312 W. Main St. SCREEN Most sixes now K. C. Itobinsrm DOORS in stuck. Mir. ('o. Medical Test Proved This Great to Relieve MCNW.Y make- you sulU-r p;aii. fi-cl so JUT- voiu. rcatlesa, v«-uH— ai bllfli lliiiusy Tlit-n uo iry Lyclln l.;. ham':) v<.-t;ft«bl(- fv i'l- Shipment of Bassinettes Just Arrived! TOT SHOP 110 Sn. 2nd St. •Phone 2308 Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show SUarts 2:00 LISTEN TO KI.CN 8:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m 1:30 p Tuesday and Wednesday Undercover Maisie wllh Ann Snthern and Hurry Xelsnn EXTRA! EXTRA! HOME TOWN MOVIES Continuous Sliowiing F.vnr.vclay Thursday ,and Friday Carnival in Costa Rica with Dick Unymcs and Ccs:ir KIMIHTO Paramount Xcivs and Short Continuous Slid wins rvcry 1>ay Box Office Opens at 1:03 p.m. Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Optiw Sunday 1:90; StarH 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. and Sun. Bmrrmta Night Ever? Night Excttil Salnnlay N» pauca honored on Snnday »• the Koiy. Last Time To<l»T BANJO wilh Cliaryn MiilTrll Krlrotnl Slior( Siil»|rcts Thnrsd.iv and I'ridnv Selected Short Subjects

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