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PAGE TWO BLY'HlKVsLLE (ARK.) COUKIER NEWS MONDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1947 - Soci&tu, 9 Phone 4461 Miss Shoemaker Weds In Osceola Ceremony Birthday Celebrated By Jeanne Ellen Hood The wedding of Miss DtJores Shoemaker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert C. Shoemaker of Osceola, to Eugene Robson, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Robson of Blythe- vi!le, was solemnized Friday afternoon at tlie First Methodist Church In Osceoln. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. W. V. Womack, pastor, be- for an altar banked with tmkets of. white gladioli. A program of nuptial ntusic was presented by Mrs. Gill Mastin, pianist. The bride's maid of honor and only attendant was her sister, Miss Mary Shoemaker of Little.Rock, who wort a Forstmann suit of emerald She pinned' a corsage of brome and Basket Picnic at Church When Jeanne Ellen Hood celebrated her fifth birthday Friday afternoon she was hostess to 20 guests at the home oJ her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hood, 1319 W. Walnut. The lawn was the setting for the I party and Hallowe'en decorations wero carried out. Prizes were a- wnrdctl lo Betty Ounn and June Homer. Favors given to the guests were festive horns and whistles. Refreshment* of birthday cake and ice cream was served. The young hostesses was assisted by her mother. • * * Ladies Guild to Sponsor Episcopal Bishop Visits The Right Rev. R. Blind Mtt- chcll, Bishop of the Episcopal Diocese of Arkansas, is in Biytheviiie today for a brief visit. He will be guest of honor at a dinner party to b« given tonight by Nfr. and Mrs. Fred SaJlba when they entertain members of the Men's Club of St. Stephen's Epls copal Church. The affair will be given at the Sallba home, 101 West Kentucky, Bishop Mitchell also will oftl- elate this afternoon at the baptismal service for James Cunningham McDowell, Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. John D. McDowell. Bits of News Dr. Albert Attyah of Americtu, Oa., who li now stationed at Kennedy General Ho»pit»l In Memphis, wa» the weekend guest of Mr and Mrs. A. O. Shibley and family. Mrs. O. Shonyo returned home MrS. WeUon Nebel, president of the Ladies' Guild of the First Lutheran church, announced today that the church will sponsor a basket picnic for the entire congregation in the church yard Sunday, Nov. 2. This date marks the congregation's observance of Its annual Mission Festival Sunday, and it is customary for the ladles of the church to do something extra in conectlon with the festival. ' The Guild also decided to promote several plans for raising funds with which to dccoratp the altar of the congregation's proposed new chapel tn proper liturgical form. gold chrysanthemums at her shoulder. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a Fall dressmaker's suit of grey gabardine, featuring large cuffed pockets and a slim skirt. Her accessories were in black. She wore a corsage of white pom pom chrysanthemums and tube roses. Jerry Rob*in of Piggolt, orotlier of the brid'Mrco.n was best man. The bride is s graduate of Osce- old High School and Mrs. Bandy'B Sec.etar'.il School. Mr. Robson was gmdu-.i-ji from Blythcvilli: High Scho-il and is a veteran ol World Wir II. He served three years overseas with the Marine Corps. The young couple left for a brief wc<i:tt:i2 trip, afjcr which they will maice their home in Osceola where Mr. Robson is employed by the I Southwestern Bell Telephone Company. Out-of-tosvn guests Included the bridegrooms' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robson, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Roman, both of Blythcville and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Robson of Piggott. * • • First Opera Is Held At School Auditorium i "Barber of Seville" the first opera to be brought to the Biytheviiie Internship Completed High School was shown there this „_. 1J: __ i4__..__ R _.j Officers Are Elected For Burdette Class Thomas Holder was elected president of the Burdettc freshma class fit a recent meeting, when the class met to discuss social activities for the con-ing holidays. Other officers elected to serve during the coming year were Carolyn Wise,'vice president; Veletn Pierce, secretary; James Clark, treasurer; and Veleta Pierce, reporter. Miss Frances Bright Is sponsor of the group. afternoon, sponsored by the Music Department of the school. The opera, under the direction of Louis Gardella, was brought liere by arrangements witli "United Artist of Grand Opera and is one of the outstanding assemblies which will be held at the school auditorium this year. Another outstanding program will be offered tomorrow when Nelson Sabin, famous American baritone, will appear here. Mr. Sabln will present a popular program o£ Americas favorite songs. The public is Invited to attend this program, which will be held at 2:30 pjn. * * * Party Compliments Dwayne Lee Tinker Dwnyne lee Tinker, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Tinker, who wns one year old Saturday was given a birthday parly at the home of his grandmother, Mrs. H. E. Tinker, to celebrate the occasion. The 22 guesls enjoyed playing during the afternoon and the hostesses served refreshments of ice cream and birthday cake. The home was decorated In a Halloween motif. * * * Football Fans See Texas-Arkansas Game By Miss Maxine Reid Miss Maxine Reid, who has Just completed her internship in the University Hospitals in Oklahoma City. Okla.. lias arrived lo spend a three week vacation with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Max B. Reid and family. A graduate of Mississippi State College for Women. Columbus. Miss., Miss Reid has bera in hospital training for the past year and has new received her degree as an Accredited Dietitian. She will return Nov. 10 lo Oklahoma City where she 1ms joined ,the University Hospital stnfl. Coming Events Social Calendar TUESDAY American Ixglon Auxiliary—At the Hut at 8 p.m. for a business meeting. Trl-Town Bride? Club — Mrs. James C. Guard. Alpha Alpha Chapter, Beta Blgma Pill sorority—at the club room, City Hall, with Misses Cutopla and Pan- dorla Whltworth hostesses. La Nueva Club—Mrs. Anita Fay Beck: Club Eight—Mrs. Graham Sudbury. Tuesday Bridge Club—Mrs. Doyle Henderson. WEDNESDAY Chapter D, P. E. O. Sisterhood- Mrs. C. PJ Stevens and Mrs. O. S. Lemons at Stevens home al Grlder, Town and Country Club—Mrs. J. C. Ellis Sr. THURSDAY Thursday Contract Club—Mrs. E. R. Lancaslilre. Jolly Eight Club—Mrs. Willford Mays. Thursday Luncheon Club—Mrs. Byron Morse. Octette Club—Mrs. Marvin Nunn. Mid-Weck Club—Mrs. A. Conway. FRIDAY C. B. O. Club — MM. A. A. Hardy hostess at the home ol Mrs. Lendennte Fowler. Women's Club Meeting at 2:30 p.m. at the Club House preceded by executive board meeting at 2 p.m. yesterday from Memphl* where last* Births- week she underwent an eye operation. Mr. »nd Mrs. B. A. Lynch h»d as their guest* over the weekend their son, Ixmls Lynch, and three of his Sigma Alpha Epsllon fraternity brothers, Dick Wooten of Hot Springs, Sum McGlll of Camden and Jim Black of Huntsvllle, Ala. They were here especially to attend' the Texas-Arkansas football game In Memphis. Pfc. .Willie H. Jones, «on of Mr nd Mrs. Wilburn Jones of Rt. 1 Biytheviiie. Is new serving with the' 2Wth Engineer Construction Battalion at Osaka, Japan, the Army said today. Mrs. T. J. Barnes returned Satur- At Tbt HoiprUb BI.VTJIEVII.I.E HOSPITAL Admitted: Bob Dallas, Huffman. Mrs. O. M, Buck, city. H. T, Deskln, cltjr. Frank McCullum, Paseola, M Mrs. Mary Cash, Armor«i> Bill jolllff. Manila. Dismissed: N M. Jolllff, Leachvill*. Mrs. Ma« Evrard city. Kenneth Rich, city. Haywood Mlxon, city. Mrs. Ltllie Sisk, city. Georgia Williams, city. and Mn. Rafalli i daughter, today. HOSPITAL day from Wagner, okla., where she I Births: was called a week ago because of Born lo Mr, the critical Illness of her brother Driver, Osceola, E. O. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Olsen and son, Born to Mr. Aqueros city, WALLS Dismissed: Mrs. Authur Wolford, Leachville. D. W. Bennett, Luxora. Mrs. Hershel Kaiser and baby, Hayti, Mo, Mrs. Paul Hay and baby, Armorel, Mrs. John Woods, Steele, Mo. BAPTIST HOSPITAL, Mtmnhla Dismissed: Mrs. B, F. George, Manila. Mrs. William Haynes city. METHODIST HOSPITAL, Memphis Dismissed: v Mrs. W. E. Cable, city. J. C. Cullum, Wilson. We the Women BY RUTH MILLETT NEA staff WrtUr Are you making a Uby »itter out of Grandmat Judging from the number of letters I've had from older women during the pa-st few years, a lot uf young man led couplei would have to answer "yes" to t h »t question. Here IE a part of a typical letter: and Mrs. i son. fans were in Memphis Saturday to witness the Arkansas and Texas football game. They inclilded: J. T. Sudbury, Billy Wilson E. n Smith, Herbert \vhtte. Bill' Bytd/ Charley Lutes, Mr. and Mrs. j" V. Gates, Mr. and Mrs. F. E Atkinson_ Miss Hclma Johnscn, Miss Olive Alexander, Miss Marjoric Robinson. Miss Nancy Harl, Miss Ha Rogers, Miss Jetlye Hummrm Miss Dorothy Jean Higginson, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Scruggs, Mr and Mrs. A. G. Hall, Miss Mnvy Jo HaJl. Mr. and Mrs. Jno. C. Mc- Ba/iey. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mc- H&ney, the Rev. and Mrs E. C. Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Calclwell Chris Tompkins. Don Chamblin! Edsel Harber, Billy Eldridgc, Philip J. Deer and son, Jim, Harry Carter Parr, Mr. and Mrs. o. W Young^ People to Hold Rally at Forrest City The First Methodist Church will have approximately 25 delegates] to attend the Youth Rally which 1 will be held in Forrest City. Saturday night, Octf. 25. This is an annual affair which always coincides with the North Arkansas Annual Conference. The program will be presented by the following young people: Miss Snc Osment, of Jonesboro. conference president of the Methodist Youth Fellowship, will preside, speakers will be Miss Martha Love, of Jonesboro, Miss Ruth Seny of Biytheviiie. Benny Jordan of Jonesboro, and Sam Auslam or Springdale. The speakers will present the challenge of full time service In the church and part time service In the local church. Special music will be furnished by (he Hcndrix ColleRc Choir and the Forrest City Methodist Church choir. g The theme of the Rally is "Christ Above All" which is the MYF motto and the theme of the Cleveland Conference which will be held In December. Civic Calendar MONDAY Junior chamber of Commerce Board of Directors—7:30 p.m. American Legion— efi.m. WEDNESDAY Klwanis Club—12:10 p.m. Lange P.T.A. 3:00 p.m., preceded by Executive Board—2:30 p.m. THURSDAY Rotary Club eiub—I2:io pjn. FRIDAY • - _..fi6riicfs «£$&&»,, Osceola; Events MONDAY Junior Progressive Club—American Legion Hut, 8 p. m. TUESDAY Rotary Club. 12:10 p. m. Literary Club. Mrs. A. M. Rogers, Victoria, 2:30 p. m. Boy scouts. Elementary School, 7:30 p. m. Blylhevllle Jaycees vs. Osceola Jaycees Donkey Softball game, Haley Field, B p. m. WEDNESDAY Two Table Club—Mrs. Searcy Mcars. THURSDAY Artie, spent yesterday In Memphis Miss Vcra Goodrich Is able to be out after having been sick with a severe cold for several days. M!*s Marilyn Deen, Miss Mary Lou Joyner. Jim Smart, Frank Nicholson »nd Rosco crafton. students at the University of Arkansas, returned to school tsyeerday after having spent the weekend at home with their parents. While here Ihey attended the game Saturday In Memphis. Jo« Roach is In Lansing, Mich., where he is spending a wtek u guest of , Mr. »nd Mrs. H. B. Church. ' * Miss Louclla Barnes and Miss Ann Galloway both students atilhe University of Arkansas, arrived Friday night to spend the weekend with Miss Barnes' parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Barnes. They also attended the game in Memphis Saturday. Mrs. C. M. Buck who has been ill for several days wa* removed yesterday morning to the Biythe- viiie Hospital. Her daughters Mrs. William Venn and Mrs. Max Wooten both of Memphis arrived yesterday to be with her and Mrs. .Venn returned home today. Mrs. Buck's condition ia improved. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Jones returned yesterday to their home In Fay- cttevilte, N. C. after having sr»nt the past two weeks here as guests of their daughter Mrs. Edmond R Belote and family. They were ac- compi^hled home by their two grandchildren, Edmond Jr, and Kathy, who will spend the winter , months with them. Mrs, Ella Payne will return this afternoon from MemrJhjs where the spent the weekend *th relative*. ' Mr^*n<mjft».j. : ^pfcrt, «ubener retum«\J to.'ttttSe Rock ftoday/afi tcr having been the "guests' of th'eir , son Dr. L. F. Htlbener. and family, and Dr. t*. L, Hubener. They were accompanied home by their grandson "Bo." who will spend two weeks with them. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Belot* returned home last night from Memphis where they spent the weekend' with their daughter Rene' Jane' who Is a patient at the Isolation Hospital. Her condition Is improved. j MJ-s.' William Haynes returned ' home yesterday from Memphis : Baptist Hospital where she had j Livestock ST. LOUIS NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, Oct. W. (UP) (USDA) — Livestock: . Hogs: receipt* 14,700; aalable 13,MO; mostly steady to J5c lower than average Friday, later lales at decline. Good and choice 180 to 300 Ibr., $28.75 to mostly, »29- top $29. Lat« sales $28.75. 180 to 170 !bs., $27.75-$28.50; 130 to 180 Iba, X $26.25-127.50; 100 to 130-lb pigs '< $222S-$2V50: good 370 to WO Ib. sows, $27. »Jg; few, $28.24 Heavier weights, $25.50-$26.7S. Stags, mostly »r» and mixed yearling* opened mostly steady. Cannjr and cutter tows 'opened steady, wilh close oj, lii-st week from J10.2S to $13, but little done on beef type anhnalj. Bulls and vealere, steady, with active Inoulry on bulls: a few good fcinri offered. Soy Bean Hauling _ ,. •!*» (cntril hauling !»'anjwhtre, anytime. $ Phone 3757 sj f»r prompt service. Kiwanis Club—Elementary School, 7 p. m. i Coppcdgc, .Councilic, Patton. Mr. and Mrs. c. and Mr and Mrs. E. Osceola News Mrs. Ijiura Rogers left Saturday for a two week visit In Detroit with friends and relatives. Miss Jackie Little had as her guest this week her grandmother, Mrs. Mamie Uttle of El Dorido. Mrs. Pearl Conwuy was the weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. R, O. Barnes in Blythcville. Miss Mary Young of Utlle Rock was houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. Billy Ayres last week. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Owen Owyn and son, William Ward, of New Orleans arrived yesterday for & short visit with Mr. Gwyn's parents. Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Qwyn. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Driver are been a patient since Oct. 2. Her condition is much improved. Mr. Haynes went down in the ambulance to accompany her home. Herman Bishop of Tupelo, Miss., spent the weekend here with his brother Walter Bishop and Mrs. Bishop. He came especially to see his brother who has been seriously ill for th« past several weeks. Mr. Blshop'i condition \t satis- Mrs. Cecil Lowe aws returnee from North Uttle Rock, where she attended funeral services Frldn. for R. H. Barliam, father of Russell B arh am of Colorado Springs Colo., formerly of Biytheviiie. She was met in Memphis yesterday by Mr. Lowe and sons, Jimmy and Jerry. They visited Mr. Lowe's sister, Mrs. A. E. Sargent and Mr Sargent, before returning home. factory. Mrs. Jesse Horner and her two daughters Jimmy and June, together with Jeanne Ellen Hood, were In Memphis Saturday for the Skating Vanities of 19«. Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Morisette and Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Smith of Edinburg, Texas, were the weekend guests of Air. and Mrs. Leonard Smith. They were joined here by Mr. and Mrs. Ed Williams who will accompany them on a pheasant hunt in South Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wood cf Clarksvllle. Ark., were weekend guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Hugh Wheat. Mr. and Mrs. William Banister spent the weekend In Osceola as guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs, Fred Banister. Billy Eldglclge, a student at the University of Arkansas spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. anr Mrs. Baker Wilson. Rosco Crnftou Jr. accompanied by Gilbert Smith of Mt. Ida, both students at the University of Arkansas were the weekend guests ol Mr. and Mrs. Rosco Crafton Sr. Mrs. Lillle Sisk was removed to her home today at 209 W. Kentucky from the Blythcville Hospita where she has been undergoing treatment for several days for a broken wrist. Her condition is Improved. -Mr. ^nd Mrs. Herbert Swearcn gen Jr., were guests in Mempni yesterday of his aunt, Mrs. G. B Gilmore, and Mr. Gilmore. Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Lynch Jr of St. Louis, spent yesterday a guests of his parents, Mr. am Mrs. B. A. Lynch Sr. They flew her e In their plane. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kirby hai as their guests over the woekend Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wilboume o Cape Gtrardeau, Mo., Mr ani Mrs. Joe E. Wilbourne of Para gould and Mr. and Mrs, William Hutchinson of Cleveland, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Graham wife have a lot of K«lh Mllleit frl «»ds and like to go out and, against my will, I've been eelcted as chief baby sitter. "Sometimes they telephone ahead and ask me if I'll keep the children while they play golf, go olf for a week-end or get together with a crowd of their friends for an evening. But often they just drive by and say airily, 'How about keeping the kids for us?' and I'm stuck. "I don't like to refuse them, out since they have money for recreation it seems to me they should put some of It aside to pay a baby sitter when they want to go out, instead of imposing on me " GRANDMA IS RIGHT The fed-up Grandmother is right, of course. No young couple has a right to make an unwilling baby sitter out of Grandma. When it baby sitter is needed. Grandma seems to be the Number One candidate. She doesn't charge by the hour, with extra rates for after midnight. What Grandma ought to do, of course, is to announce at the birth of her first grandchild: "I'm delighted to be a Grandmother, but 1 lon't ever intend to become a baby itter." Cattle receipts 10,000; salable 8,., ,., I °°°: calves: 2,000, all salable Re^My son and his ce | pt « running liberally to ateen and cows. About 80 loads of steerj included with cows making up approximately 21 per cent of supplies. Moderately active Inquiry for steers but buying interests bidding unevenly lower and little done. Helf- Would Honor Al Smith NEW YORK (UP)—The Idlewild Airport would be renamed the Aired E. Smith Field If authorities ollow the suggestion of James J. lyons, borough president of the Bronx. Not Done With Mirror* BOSTON (UP)—Andy Stinis. sky writer, says the average sky signature measures 16 miles in length, Also, the sky sign does not stand on end as it appears from the ground, ! but Is written horizontally across the sky. | I 4 1 Moss Bryan j • i • Invliex you to come in and J J view the larjje display of j i Christmas Gift i i i i i | Suggestions j I I J Gifts for men, women and chil- ] I dren are more glorious than ever, j ! Place Your Order Now For i \ Personally* Christmas arda ' The Gift Shop 103 East Main Street YOU WOMEN WHO SUFFER HOT FLASHES tin FEEL CHILLY- Here's Good Mews! 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L. t Nailing attended the executive Board of Mississippi Tuberculosis Association meeting Friday m B'v- thevllle of Steele, spent the weekend guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R A. Berryman, and his sister, Mrs. U. W.' Mulllns and family. Mrs. Arthur Vance returned home -last night from Memphis where she spent the weekend. She attended the Skating Vanities there Saturday. Mr. and idrs. Jessee Stltt attended the football gams between Universities of Arkansas and Texas and also the circus In Memphis Saturday. Charles Hall of Jonesboro, formerly of Biytheviiie, spent today here as guest of Mr. and Mrs. John D. McDowell and family. Dick and John White and Miss Nancy Daggett of Mnrlanna. all students at the University of Arkansas, were the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd White. WOOD'S DRUG STORE [P 221 W. 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