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BLYTHEVILL-R (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1948 oce etu, 9 I'hone -Mfil Mrs. Willie A. Hannah Will Wed Eric W. Hall Mrs. Willie Anderson Hannali, daughter of Mr and Mr.s. L. L. Anriei'son will become the brlrie of Eric W. Hall, son of Mrs. W. R. Fulghani, tonight, 8 o'clock, at the home of tlie brklc-rlect's sister, Mrs. Frank A.shby. Pink begonias against a background of ivy will form ft setting for the double ring ceremony to eb solemnized by tlic Rev. Kay Mo Lcsier, pastor of Promised I.and Methodist Church. Mrs. Hannah will wear a blue gaberdine suit fashioned \\ith th'i ballerina skirt and a l:hu:k strii'A hat '.vuh a shoulder length veil. Her acccsst^ics will b e In black and a corsnne of pink rose buds will be pinned at her shoulder. Mrs. Ashby. who will serve hrr sister as matron a! honor. Is the only feminine attendant. She has chosen for the occasion an aqua . pabcrdino suit with b'.nck accessories. She will \vear a corsage of pink carnations. Mr Ashby will serve Mr. Hall as best 'man. Mrs. Anderson, mother of the bride-elect' will wear a navy blue suit with a white blouse and black accessories. PolowinB the ceremony a reception will be held. The dining table, draped with 3flce cloth, \vill be centered with a three tiered wedding cake B landcd with prcenery and Hanked by white tajicrs burning in crystal candelabra. Mrs. Jimmte Him. Mrs. Sadie Mitchell and Mrs. E. T. Hil>- barci will preside over the table. Jonquil!!, stock and other SpriiiG flowers will be arranged throuehout the entertaining rooms of the home. The couple \vlll leave on a brief wedding trip Immediately following the reception. They later will return here, to make their home at 108 E. Davis. Miss Ruby Nell BcviH Is Wed To Bill Wagnon Mr. and Mrs. Rube Bevlll of Gos- Maple Grove 'Association Has Business Meeting M embers of (he Ma [>' r- (i rovn ncll, today announce ihc 1 marring Cemetery A.sstjt-iutioti and one; mnv of their dnimturr. Miss Kuby NrU [member, Mrs, Vtila Lucius, met ye.-;at the home of Mrs. (j. <.!. Kallba on E. Vine for their regular business meeting. Bovill lo Dill Wagnon, .son of Mr. and Mrs. John A. Wngnon also of Oosucll. The c^rnnoiiy WK.S solemnized, Friday, Fob. 13, al C p.m. -^ [li e lie Hubtcr. Otnltit; the business j,e.s- IminnculntC' conception Church, | fc j oll( pi ans werc , IKU | C for , ho scas . with Die Uc\-. Paul R, Mujai'skl,• HS- | ons u . or fc nl Vn(; cei ]ic'iery. sistnnt pastor, «mcjatini< in lha i KoilowiiiK the mecliiiK, Mrs, SalliKi presence of intimate friends aivl roliUlvcs. Tiie bride wore u .smart brown gnlicnline die.ss \utli brown accr.s- .sorio.s and piimt'<i a. coc.sage of pink carnations at her .shoulder. Miss Ma]-> p Louise Wa^non, .sisitr of the bridegroom, served ns maid of honor. She wore a Rrey wool Mitt with Kroy acces-sorics and a corsage of iiink carnations. Henry Thompson served Mr. Was- non as best, man. Mrs, WaiiHon was graduated horn Gosnell High School and Ior the past, two years ba.s been teaching at Flat Lake School. Mr. Wagnon graduated from Go.s- Bits of News Richard Ware III Wed To Miss Dixie Madden Announcements have bftcn received here ol the marriage of Richard Nathaniel Ware III, ion of Mr. and Mrs. K. N. Ware Jr.. of TalJulali, Lit,, and formerly of Blytheville, to Miss Dixie Madden, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. D Miss Mary Katherlne Reese *f Madden of Arcadia, La. Jonesboio arrived Tuesday loi Tii« wedding was solemnised, spend several days as guesl of Mrs. Sunday, Feu. !5. 5 o'clock at, the II. K. Smith and family. Mrs. Smith will accompany her to Jonesboio today from where they wiJ] go 10 Memphis ior a day or two. nell High School and is now ployed by the Duo Chrome Plant at Ihc Army Air Field. The couple will make their honiu at Gosnell. Mrs. Parks Is Hostess To Sorority Chapter * Mrs. James Nelson Parks was hostess yesterday afternoon at her home to members of the Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta StRiua Phi. The business meeting at which old and new business was discussed, was presided over by the president. Mrs. Gilbert Dee Hammock. The "Women of the Year" tea which will T>e held Feb. 29. at .the T. T. Seay. home, was discussed and all members were urged to attend. A nominating committee was appointed for the selection of officers (or Ihe current year. Those on the committee are Mr.s. F. E. Ullcy, Mrs. II. C, Towles and Mrs. Parks. The hostess served a dcsserl course with hot coffee. Lllis Lnlcrtains Mrs. Laclcl Is Hoslcss To Lone Troop Group The Lone Troop Association of the BlythevHlc Girls Scouts, met last night at the home of Mrs. Glenn Latld with 11 members al-_ tending. This association is composed | » * of all leaders nnd assistant leaders [ iVU'S. of -the Scout groups in Blythevllle. T mvn anr ] r nnn i rv fliiK The main purpose of the mcctine ( l OVv n ana^-Ollim) L-IUU was to plan the "birthdny celcbrnt-, ion," of (he Girl Scouts which wil] j begin March 7 and continue through ' March 14. There wiil be a festival «n \\\t night of March 12, at the hiph school auditorium with the program Including the color and friendship ceremony. Also there will be ohornl readings :^\: :^A^ n.-.r.cmR. Thc "Birthdny Celebration" will close March 14, when the group wi!1 attend worship services nt the First Christian Church as a body. A display of Ihe handicraft of the Girl Scorns for the past year will be on display in one of the local store windows. Refreshments were served by the hostess. Mrs. E. W. Webster has l>ecn Devotional was given by Mrs. Kit!- dismissed from Walls Hospital. Her condition is .satisfactory. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald T. Smith of Gosnell arc the parents o( a son born this morning at the Blythc- vlllc Hospital. Their first child, he I has been named Richard Thomas. Mr.s. Smith is the former Miss Kris Davis. Mr. and Mrs. flay Cole have returned from, Little Rock where Mr. Cole attended to business. They also visited In Russellville. Moss Bryan has returned from a week's buying I rip in the East. Mr.s. Virginia n?ll Brannon of Caruthersville. Mo., visited her aunt, Mrs. Bell Wood, Monday. .Sire came down especially to accompany home her young son, Jack, who had been visiting Mrs. Wood for 1 the past sly. weeks. | Condition of James Edward i Stephens, roil 1 of Mr. and Mis. 1*0 Stephens, is much Improved. He was dismis."ed Monday from the Walls Hospital where he had been seriously 111 for several days Mrs. Roy .Beavers of Monterey Calif., returned to her home Tuesday after spending a month here as Kiresl of her sister, Mr.s, 11. E, Smith and family. Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Raeburn of Albuquerque. N. Mex., are the parents of a daughter born Feb. (I. Their first child, she has been named Judith Karen. Mrs. liae- burn is the former Miss Kathleen Baker of Blythcvilte. Mrs. W. F. McDanicl and son, Hilly, arc in Maiden. Mo., where they are visiting with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Waltrlp. She went especially to sec her father who was recently dismissed from a ol. Louis hospital. ) Condition of Mrs. ctair Miller, who was admitted to Blythcville Hospital yesterday for treatment for pneumonia, is unchanged. Miss ' Diane Cook is undergoing treatment for a severe case of Influenza at Walls Hospital. assisted by her daughter, Mrs. James' Mead, served refreshments of a sal- ntl plate with coffee. Boys Beta Club Mecls With Charles Henderson Charles Ucmlei.sou, .son of Mr. IKK! Mrs. Dolye Henderson wft.s ho.sL last night when lie onU'rUiincd members of the Boys nrta Club oJ the High -School, :\l his homo. The evening u-as spent informally by the group nnd n short business session was conducted by the pi-esl- ]dcnl, Jimmy Henry. I Refreshments were .served by ttic host nss!.sled by his mother. Mrs. Mahon Entertains Club Members, Guest Mrs. Paul Million was hostess at her home yesterday afternoon lo members of the Avnlon Dunco Club nnd one new member, Mrs. Eddie Ford Jr. together with one guest, Dorothy Blnckwell. During the afternoon when bunco wns played. Mr.s. Hill Clilbcnv won high, Mrs. Haskcll lilaukenslup, low and Mrs. Fred Davis, bunco. A dessert course with hot coffee was served for refreshments. Dinner Party Given I 1 or Mrs. Roy Gaines Mrs John E claim nnd Mrs. Charles Oalncs were hostesses last night at the homo ol the luticr svhen they honored Mrs. Roy Giilnes with a dinner parly. Dinner WHS scnTd from a lnljle covered with a white linen cloth Fir.st Mcthoulsi Church in Arcadia, with the Rev. Duninn E, Douglas, pa.stor, olflLlatiiif! at the double ring rites. Ttic cliurch was decorated with jitnilax, floor baskets of white Kiiulioli, htui'k, candytuft aim ferns, with white tapers burning In branched cathedral caiutclabra, A program of prc- nuptial i music; was pie.si-Jittd by Miss Pauline Marshall, orgar.ist. Mr.s. Clino Strong of Monroe, La. f tnatroji pt honor, wore a pink ga- berdine Milt witlj brown accessories. Mr.s. Herbert Cat hey served as bridesmaid xveariug a beige .suit with brown ncce.s.'iories. They carried identical bouquets of old fashioned nosegays. Tlic iMific, uivej) i» marriage by her tat hrr, wore an original suit of winter white gaberdine with brown acccj-sonc-s. ik-r hat was fashioned, of pink Mi'iiw vvitli rose veiling j forming ;t haJo and she carried a white Bible topped with white or- ' chtds. valley lilies and white .satin .su 'earners. Richai'ii N. Waro Jr., served his .son a A b'-'M in;ui. Groomsmen were, Cline Siumx of Monroe and Her- bcrl Cat Key, cousin of the bride. Harold Talberi «nd Kenneth Deas, cousin of Hie bi'idc were ushers. Follo^'iiit; the ceremony a reception wa.s held at the home of the brides parent. Mrs. \','p.re is a graduate of Ar- caciia High Svliool, Louisiana Polytechnic institute in Ruston, and did grarfimte work at New York University, .specializing in radio, j She is a member of Phi Mu sorority, Pi Kappa Beta and Pi Epsilon fraternities. At the time of her marriage -sl'.e was employed with radio st tit ion KN'OE as script writer nnd fashion commentator. Mr. \Viur* i.> a graduate of Mississippi MiViUiy Academy and al- leiKletl tlic University of Arizona and Ihe Utmcr.iity of Arkansius. He .sewed in Hie United States Army Air Forto.s lor thvce years. Alter .< brief wedding trip they will mum to Monroe, where they \vill make their home. At The Hospitals rSlytlicvlllr Hospital Dismissed: Terry Sue Rouimllle, Maiden. Mo. Mrs. JosLo Boswell, Cooler, Mo. Walls llo.Millal Dismissed; Mrs. A, B. Truck and baby, Armorel. J. I,. Wallace. Osceola. Mrs. Charles Wicker, city. Mrs. Hcrm»n Davis ruiU baby, city. Coming Events Social Calendar Friday Mrs. O. O. Elkiru entertaining members o( C. B- C. Club. Saturday Th« Cotillion Club will have its regular dance, at the Legion Hut with Mr. nnd Mrs. R, M. Logan, Mr. and Mr.s. J. Karris McCalla, and Mr. and Mrs. Wlllarrf Pease as hosts and hostesses. Mrs. C. A. Cunningham will be hostess at her home at 1 o'clock to members of Ciiapter N, P. E. O. Sisterhood with Mrs. Alvin Huffman Jr., zs co-hostess. Sunday. Mrs. J. F. Meadows, who has spent several months with her son, It. F. Meadows, returned to her home in Ncsbltt, Miss.. Sunday. Mr. Meadows motored her home. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Long have returned home after spending two ' weeks with relatives In Florida. i Miss Evelyn Williams of Forrest | City, was the weekend guest of Mr. i and Mrs. Curt Williams. j Mr. nnd Mrs. Carl Gibson and son and Mr. and Mrs, Sonny Fondren i visited Mrs. Gibson's parents of! Trenton, Tenn., Sunday. I | So minute are the tobacco seeds that a thimbleful - will furnish enough plants icr an aero ol ground. * Civic Calendar WAKNING OKDKK In (h? Cluinccry Court. C'hick- asauba District, .Mississippi County, Arkansas. Daniel Gnyman .......... Plaintiff, vs. No. 10,402 Mary Guyman .......... Defendant. Tlic defendant, Mary Guyman is hereby warned lo appear within thirty days In the court named in \ Ihe caption hereof and answer the | complaint of the plaintiff Daniel Guyman. ; Daied tins 19 day of February i 11)48. } Harvey Morris, Clerk. 1 , iui» r*««t «itr*M t( MONTHLY t FEMALE COMPLAIN1S Are you troubled by distress of foinnle functional periodic dlsturb- tuu'cs? Doc§ tills innkc you suircr from pain, feel 50 urrvouj, tired— at eucli lluu'3? Tlien DO try Lydl* E. Pinfcliam's Vegetable Compound to reHcvo such Bymptoms. PLnichnm's has a grand sooihlnR CJTect on on* o/ tioi'init's most important organt! lYDIH.PINKIttM'$«iS' _^ m Claude F. Cooper, Atty. for PHI. Ed B. Cook. Alty. ad lilcm. -- Mr.s. J. C. Ellis was hostess ycs- lerduy lo members of the Town and Country Club lit her home. During the bridpe games played, Mrs. O. \V. McCuichcii won high score and Mi;s. Ellis, second high. Attractive arrangements of glad- loll decorated the entertaining rooms of the home. Refreshments were served by the hostess. ! Study Meeting Is Held I By Presbyterian Women and centered with a birthday cake !!>(-, a..,|, I holding burning candles. ' _ S ! . Buc ' f ' s Entertaining rooms of the home "ere decorated with bouquets of blooming potted plants. | Thc Womcn . s Sodet or c , ( •11,1. ,,,,o = ( or h onor was present- • • onus To Methodist W.S.C.S. Chiunber 7:00 p.m. Friday of Commerce Bauqud etft.i by the 15 nt- Youth Fellowship Meets tian Service of the Half Moon Methodist Church met Tuesday night al Die home of Mrs. H. C. Buck with nine members present. MM. Orville Mitchell save the At OrvH/e Mitchell Home j ffi-\TSi ^^TiSc. \v" Gairigan. who is the study leader. Each member gave a report on the project they had taken, after which the group was dismissed by repcat- Methodist Youth Fellowship mem- Ijofs from Gosnell. Lone Oak and Halt Moon, met Monday night a'. the home of Mr. and Mrs. OmH [Mitchell, with 35 member. 1 ; present. 1 Thc Women's Auxiliary of the | 'First Presbyterian Church met last' ; im:lu at the church for their pot-I i luck supper and the secotici of a I 'series of the study of the book of! ing the. Lord's Prayer in unison. Durliig the social hour I lie hostess served refreshment.? of cake .ami coffee. i ' Dinner Parly Is Given By Mrs. Carl Marshall Mrs. Carl Marshall entertained last night ivith a dinner party at her home. Nintcen member:; anci one guest. Mrs. Eunice Young attended. Guests ol honor for the affair were Mrs. Harry Lutes and Mrs. M. A. Middle ton, •who were celebrating their birthdays. Dinner war, served buffet slylc from the dining room table which was covered with a hand embrort- creri linen cloth, centered with a low crystal bowl filled with tulips and hyacinths. Mr.s. Roy Walton led the group In Ihe singing of a hymn, with Mrs. C. M. Gray ns accompanist. The worship meeting was under the |i| leadership of Mrs. Ross Slevcns. spiritual life secreiary. A pot luck slipper was served buffet style from n long table covered with a white linen cloth and centered with a low pottery bowl filled with pink gladioli nnd greenery. purchasing a movie projector to help in the work they are doin^:. Following ihc meeting a social hour was held al which time Hie hostess served refreshments. Rabbi Vise Will Speak During "Americanism and Brotherhood Week," Dr. Alfred Wise. lanprnu'nt.s lor the .supper which preceded Lhe lecture. Mrs. Bowen Entertains Two Table Bridge Club OSCEOL'A. Ark.. Feb. 19.— Mrs C- C. Bowen was ho.ste.ss yesterday \vhcn she entertained the Two Table Bi'idpc Club m embers and two guests. Mr.s. Emm it Dunn and Mrs. L. E. Webber, at her home on North Pearl St. During the games played. Mrs. \V. \V. WaUon Jr. .._won high score and Mr.s. Palmer Stan ton, second high. , Assorted p a i ty foods were sc r v - cd by the hostess. Osceola Events Thursday Kiwanis Club meeting at the elementary school at T:00 p.m. New Liberty Hews M]-. and Mrs. James Middle ton and daughter, and Mr. and Itfrs. Wlljlnm Russell Middletoii and children, visited Mr. and Mrs. Doug Davis of Horn Lake, Mississippi, convalescing at, her homo. Mr, and Mrs. H. C. Buck spent. the weekend In Senath, Mo. us guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Hiu'k and Family. Condition of T. Alexandra, who has been ill for several \veeks, is unchanged. FAMILY SIZE 25* - L> N?X DEODORANT Woods Drug Store BlythcvllLc, Ark. MtlFLI-ACTIOfi Jmcll iip .1 SiPTOL COIDS Gives you instant relief to a jtlutT- t'ti-up he-ail-cnli! and cough, throat irritation ami hoarseness due lo a cold, Siplol loosens \he phlesm in Ihe nasal uml bronclal tract, ftiid ninkcs brcathinp easier and chccVis excessive couching. UET SI PTO L ™ >AY Half M6on News • Mrs. Hugh D. Jones, who has been a patient In Walls Hospital Is Note: SHOP OWNERS CLUB MEMBERS HOME OWNERS THE KIWANIS CLUB Has Available a T-imiled Number of 3'x.V American Flags. Get Yours Now for "Americanism Week" ONLY $2. While They Last! Jesse White Siqn Shop Has -Yours Hurry! Continuous Shows Every Day liox Office" Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 8:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4;30 p." Thursday & Friday Brute Force with Uurl Lancaster and and Charles Bickfonl Paramount Newa; Also Shorts Box Office Opens 6:30 Show Starts 6:45 Opens Sunday 1:00; Slarti 1:13 Continuous Shows Sat. & Sun. Bargain Night Every Night Except Saturday No passes honored on Sunday at Roxy Theatrfj Thursday and Friday DOUBLE FEATURE Mrs. Pollard Is Hoslcss To Bridge Club, Guests Mrs. Pollard was ho.ilc.vi rabbi of Temple Israel, will deliver two addresses. He will speak at Sabbath services at Temple Israel. Friday night at 8:00 o'clock with "Courage. Brethren" ns hi-s subject. Dr. Vise will b c speaker at the Brotherhood service to be held at First Methodist Church iri Tara-' Igoukl. Sunday, Feb. 22 at 4 p.m. His subject there will be "Our Fiillh Tn American Brotherhood." The services in ParagonM will be conducted Jointly by Protestant ministers of Paragould. — .MEMPHIS, March 3-4-.VS Following dinner, ivmnny was i yesterday when she entertained I played with the prize being won by \ members of. the Wednesday Bridge Mr.s. Walter Lutes. | Club and tlnoe SUPS'.S. Mrs. Henry Gifts were presented to tlic cucsts of honor from the members atteud- Humplircjs. Mrs". W. D. Chambiin and Mrs. Monroe Crain with were attractively decorated with i bouquets of mixed Spring flowers. ing. Entertaining rooms of the home ! lusichcon at her home on W. Main. Tlio dnim- table, at which lunch- ton \ias .vrvcd, held as a renter- piece an attractive arrangement of tulips and Joliqtiiis in a crysl.'l bowl. Olher Spring flourr.s u c-re ar- raided throtigliout the nitrriaining roouu of the homo. Followme ttie hn:c]ieon. bridge wa.s piaycri with Mrs. Chambiin •.vinni]i B Inch score and Mr.s. Hum- plniys, second liigh. Mr.s. Kbb Sp>adley. Mrs A P Dietrich. Miss May Dlxoii and Mr-. B. L, Euhank.s were in rhaicc of ar- Delintcd Cotton Seed (Actual Size) I NIGHTf. AM) MAT! VKK Till'liSH • MATINKES AND SATURDAY THE PUlirZER PRIZE PUY ,, Harvey -. 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Saturday Special ALL SALES FINAL ALL SALES CASH $5 BROKEN LOTS OF NEW SHOES Display On Racks—Values to $12 Kl;>cl< and Drown Gabardine 1'urnps Patent Sandals Heels S ON SHOE S S Tan C'alT 1'tinius lilack Calf Micli and New Heels 75c Value Men's U. S. Navy Shorts $2 Value Men's Leather iWork Gloves Pair All Sizes 100 PAIR Men's Dress Slacks Regular $7.50 to $8.75 Sale Price $3.98 pr Men's Oxfords $7.50 Value in Tan Calfskin or Tan Kid Leather. All widths. $5.95 PIANOS New and Used Music Instruments Repairs & Supplies Sheet Music Records Radio Repairs BROOKS MUSIC STORE 107 K. Main 1'hnoe Sl'i Men's Work Shoes Navy, Worth $7.00 R«g, $4.00 Men's Knee Boots Sizes 9 to 12 only $2.50 All Sizes Men's Work Shoes Greatly Reduced! I. Rosenthal Inc. 226 West Main Street Phone 2562 Local & Long Distance Hauling Moving a Specialty Any lime — Anywhere Any Place Buck Meharg 401 E. Main St. Phones: Day 4677 2980) V I Steel Oil Barrel Racks Any Size T. L MASRY 423 MISSOURI ST. Til. 3623

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