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fAOM FOOT BLYTHEVILLB (ARK,)' COURIER &w4, PhoiM 4461 B.rk«, To Wed IB Dtenber Ceremony BarikUB *f •: daufhUr T*nn., wa* ni«h i a number of --^_ dub, B«U Otub, OMa CM aMI v*J*4tctorfen of her Ham Wood OoUtf*. IMlton, Mo., 4k*n *hc wu a mmlm •< tti* nil nwta K**p» •worltjr. Mr. laip wa* tr*4u»t*d fro*> — fchool aad at- •outtMMt Mtoourl i CoU*t*, Cap* lt*V**>4 Arkaauu State O»ll«te at • JOTMtot*. •« wrrtd four r**** In ' MM Amy Air Oarp* anil t* now •Bplojxd at BljtherllV* Motor Co. ' ' • • * FriencWiip Q»»* Meet* Wirfi Mr». P»t Chitmon Tb. »ri»»<*hlp Ola** of th« Firnt BaptM Otaveh n*t )ait night. < ••***•*•, at ttw horn* of Mr*. Put ChrOnoo. for their monthly buel- B*** and aoeial nueting. Tb* boow wu decorated with Full •otren tor the occasion. , Mn. Alto* Hart wa* elected group , t*»UlB two arKt Mr*. Firman By- wMt WM *J*cted reporter during the :Mutate* BMetlng. The devotional WM (iT*n br Mr*. Jimmy Luiuford. •; JMnehaaeBt* **r* **rv*d. ' ' '• * : • * ?Mr». Privitt Becomes •Bride of John Parton ;' Th* wedding of Mrs. Rachel Prt- . ,»«tt at BlythtTille to John Parton . -* M*dford, Ore., wa* solemnized ! emoon *t 4 o'clock. ;Mj S s Jernigan Honored »*ee W. P. Hale of Os- .„,. . Jc , r> officiated at the osceoiaiwitn oeveral t arlies • Cpurthoiue. . | •'. Mn. Llllic. Bunn wan her matron! Miss Kamola Jcrnipan. who lo- -:'9i honor. \ morrow will become the bride of Thef plan t» make their home In i Henry Hill Lone, h»s been complimented with a aeries of parties during the pail two days. Monday night Mrs. Durwood Long wai hosteM at the home of H. E. Long <at Burdett*, with a miscellaneous shower for the bride- elect. Dell Hqlloween Royalty Annie Rose Thrnsher. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mark Thfasher i crowned Grade. School Queen, and Miss Ann McDermolt Bits of News Mr. and Mri. Erwin P./Jone* are Mra. Joe Kvann and Mrs. William MuCjitixhey of niylhevllle. Mr«. li. W. liiuler of ORcoela and C. B. Wood Jr., of Luxora. -, Girl Scout Film Shown At Lions Club Luncheon the parent* pf a *on born Iwt night at th* Memphis MethodUl. Hospital. Their flr«t child, h« has been named. Erwin Patrick Jon/i. Jr. Mr*. Jone* 1* the former Mist Franc** Wall. Condition of Mrs. Or In Alexander, who underwent an appendectomy Monday night at the Blythevllls Hospital, I* satisfactory. Mr. and Mrs. Ro*co Crafton and daughter, Kamona, left today for Houston, Tex,, to tpend aeveral days with Mr. and Mn. r. Franklin Tom!in«on. While there they will attend th* ArkanMi-RIc* football game. Mr. and Mri. Carl T. Ly»te>-of a»lnt, Joiinibuiy, Vermont, have arrived for 'an extended visit with their son, Ted Ly*t*r, Mrs. Lyster, and Mr*. John Bourland. Mrs. ttnma Helen U in Mtmphln today where ahe Is consulting her apeclsllst, Dr. and Mrt. W. D. McClurkin of Naihrllle, T»nn., announce the adoption 6f a daughter Cellx, who was born on Sept. 27. Dr. McClurkin, now a member or Peabody College faculty Nashville, was formerly »u- pcrinie*\dent of Biythevin* public | Mr j. Driver Entertains schools. ! Mrs. Taul ,Iol>e. Mrs. Oraham Sudbury and Mrs. Jerry Scrape are «[X>ndlntf today In Memphis. Mis. E. D. Benl and children of Wilson have arrived to spend Mrt. Terry /* HonerW With Butttt Supper T.IIXORA, NOV. 4 ..... Mr§. K. B. Terry w« honored with a buffet /iijppdr by her children, Mri. R. T. f!all«w, Mrs, C. B, Wood, of -I,ux- ora, Mrs. .1. S. Dllllhunly of lilythevllle and W. D. Terry O f Sinnckover, on her lith blrlbdar Saturday at the home of Mra. Wood. Th» rtlnlniE l»l>l* covered with n hand embroidered linen cloth, w»« centered with a birthday cake holding 86 candle*, flunked by cryslal candle holderi with white candled. Krindchlldren attending were TTEDVESDAT, NOVEMBER 8, INT Coming Events Social Calendar THURSDAY OcUtU — Mra. Edwin HobUon. ON. B. - Mn. Loulj Z«ll«r. Jolly »ht _ Mr,, j, 0 . Huey , Thuraday Luncheon - Mrs. R. D. Hu^hea Sr. Thursday Contract W. wylle. Mid-Week - H. ner. Mn. W. L. Hor- FRIDAY . Chapter N of P.B.o. Si»t«rhood meeting at the home of Mr* John Caudlll, J o'clock. World Community Day meeting— 2:30 p.m. at First Methodist Church. Wprld Community Day meeting — at the First Methodist Church at 2:JO p.m. Dorcas clau First Baptist Church meeting at church Friday at*rnoon 2:30 p.m. Hostesses Mrs. Frank Simmon* and Mrs. Arthur Rushing. Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta n.^.iw u*ua unapier or Beta Members of the Uons Club saw Sigma Phi Sorority meeting for a film entitled "The Girl Scout i Pledge ritual and ritual of Jewel Leader" at their weekly meeting : ceremony at 2:30 p.m. In the Co- Vf>ill*>rriftv urinn ait 1 Vi* UA!-*.* »T-I_I_ Innrfll T)fwm f.r Tjr n »»i &?.t.i_ yeMerday "oon at the Hotel Noble. Mrs. Glenn O. Ladd, president of thf Lone Troop Association, a Girl Scout organization, wu a gupsl. Other guests Included L. C. B Young of CKceola and Glenn O. Ladd of Blytheville. i With Supper and Bridge lonial Room or Hotel Noble. CBC club — land. Mr». R. A. Cop*- Osceo/a f rent* At The Hospitals BLYTHEVILLI HOIP1TAL Admitted: Jame* D»nlel Jr., Armore!. Mra. W. w. D«vl», eity/ Mri. Rucl A«h«r, CooUr, Mo. Births: Born to Mr. and Mn. T. >. Turner, Manila, a daughter thti morning Born to Mr. and Mr*. Harold Smith, city, a (Uurfittr, Uik morning. WALLS HOSPITAL Dlamlated: ^Waynt Barkjdale, Caruth«ml!l«,' Mri. Bill McGuIrk and baby, Hope i Mn. C. E. WhiU arid baby, "' land, Mo. BAPTIST HOSPITAL, Dlsmls*ed: t Hiram Prldy. Kelser. HOSPITAI * iteers, *M; a few conslfnmenU at low to average medium atwra, »li,40-»M. Bulls opened drajny and practically nothing don« on cow*. Bull* and vealert, *Uadr. Medium to good HUM«t bulb, »!«•« 17.90} good and ctwice VMlcra, *2*.-«3Q H. J. Hale, O*ceola. Livestock sevcr.il days with her parent*, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Cooley. Mrs. Jesse White nad Mrs. Charles Lnngston f>re In Memphis today. Crlef petty Officer Quy Trlsler of Mllllngton, Tenn., Is spending the weekend here with Mrs. Trisler and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Klrshner. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Allen are amending the day in Memphis on business. Mrs. Henry Young and .son, Tom- OSCEOLA, Nov. 5.— Mrs. Spencer Driver was hostess to four tables of club members and seven guests ! WEDNESDAY I Methodist .Reception. 8 to 10 P m. at the home of Mr and Mr* Faber White. THURSDAY , • KIwanis, Elementary School at » 2 *«-»«. ; 7S; few, P.m. Civic Calendar of Mr. and Mrs. I. D. McDcrmotl, was crowned High School Queen at | niv ' lcft yesterday for Springfield, Ihe 13th Annual Halloween Carnival Friday night at Doll Hi R n School ?-™" '"'' "-'?"' W " h her ^ au ejl ter - rhey were crowned by Noble Gill. ^-Monthly Club Meets 'With Mn. FeatKerstone nMr». John Ttalharatoce enter- .HinM memb*n of trie Bl-Monthly «h* mirtt tcm gue*U, Mn. w. O. C»tM, Mrt. Mary Henley and Mri. atom* NMm, jMterday afternoon i at h»r.r(om*. I» brtdjr* (mm** played Mrs. M. O. Good win held high and Mri. 8. • ». Martin awood hl«h. Mn. Nolen WM awarded gUMt prl«e. ' wu dtcofated with and other Fall Th* hoaUa* MrVed rtfreihments •f a Mndwlch plal« with ic4d drteks. •; , Kirthday F'arty Qiven -For Johanna Wilson .iohann* -Wltaon. daughter of Mr. •aid Mn. Olyd* . Wann, celebraUd IHT 4th binbtey at hw home y»«- terday by mating ]» of her young »ri«a«a. ont for a p«iy. MtMhmMii* »f Ic« cream and •**• w*f« aerMd to th« young iu**t« and **eh nealnd a favor. " . , * • • Sorority Has Meeting I 4 * ' r\ • -ror business, Program **•» Martha Lou , Burke* and Miss A)*a«. ! c»ta were ho»te*»es last ntghfc •* HC«i •urkes' horn* to members •f S*e Alpha Beta Chapter of qpalluu Sigma Alpha Sorority for *«*r r«fUlar bualnea* meeting. •Th* main «ent of the evening . wa« a quis program with «ll m em- ^ Mr* parUclpatlnn. " :P" r * n « "» business meeting It WM «*ctd*d that the ChapUr would MM, a, turkey rafHe for the coming hotel*.? . entertaining rooms of the home ware decorated with rose*, chry- aanthemumi and other Fall flow- eri Mn. William Ru.vKll Middlcton wu awarded a prlte when, games wert played, and. the hoste**' served refreshmenU of a desert course with cofiae. ; Mls> Ramona England was hos- teu yesterday • with a Informal morning party/al the home of her ' Mrs. Guard Entertains Club Members, Guests Mrs. .hi rues Itoy, Mrs. James f.oc llronks iltnl MIR jMolvin llnlsoll were quests yoslerday iifternoon when Mrs. .lanlos t:. Ciiard etilor- lained niciiiliLTs of Trl-'l'own RrldKe Club at tier home. The gold color sHiome usod was carried out In Dm clirysanttic- miima whleh decoi'uied (tin euter- Inhilng rooms anil Kls o In the tallies and pri7.e.^. Mrs. UiiRsell Hiiynns Knrr von htnh scorn and Mrs. CJarmril Oini- <lill won second high |r, ih^ SIHIVF rlayed. The hostess aervnrl « dnssert rourse with- drinks. Miss Wilhelm Speaks At Sorority Meeting Mrs. .loe Rstcs and family. They plan to return by TAI AnReles, Calif., and Clovls, New Mexico, to visit relatives. Condition of Mrs. D. L. Harris, Henrietta. Okla., mother of Mr*, nay lj. McLester Is very serious. Mrs. McLester Ls with her and the Rev. McLester and sons left this morning for Henrietta. The R«v. and Mrs. E. C. Brown spent yesterday In Little Rock. Mrs. W. C. Higsiiiison and Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Naah" spent yesterday In Memphis. last night with a supper at Cra- mflr's Cafe, followed by bridge games at the Driver home. The guests Included Miss Blanche Cleere, Mrs. W. E. Johnson, Mrs. W. W. Prultt Sr., Mrs. E. A. Hook, ST. LOUIS NATIONAL STOCK- YAKDB, Nov. S. (UP) (USDA) — LlVMtOck;. Hogi fl,000; aalablc 7.500; active generally 26c to Me higher than Tueiday'a average. Bulk of good and choice 1M to 300 lb*. »2«.so- top, »i«.7s for several toads. Very few early, »3«.2S. i« to IN Ibs. *25.50-$J8.50; 130 to ISO lb*., »J3- .25-125.25; 100 to 110 Ibs., »»15- $».5S; good »ows, «0-lb*. down, Mrs. A. W. Bowen Mrs. R. L. Nail-I There ling and Miss Ad'elle Hook. WEDNESDAY Community Chest Drive KIwanis Club—12:10 p.m THURSDAY Community Chest Drive Rotary Club—12:lo p.m. FOOTBALL: Pups vs Newport Cattle 7,300; salable, 5,500; calve*. 2.00fl; all salable. Supply of cat- j tie moderate, but demand rather slow. Opening trade on steera barely ateady. One load top (ood Mrs. E. A. Hook won high score and Mrs. A. W. Bowen won second. Mrs. John W. Eddngton received -consolation prlae. The home was decorated with chrysanthemums and other Fall flowers in varied shades. Mrs. Allen Entertains Members Of Club Eight 1 Mrs. R. O. Allen was hostess last night at her home on Chlcka- . Eight. Avenue to members of Club Progressive Club Meets | At Home Of Mrs. Bragg OSCEOLA. Nov. 5.--The Osceola Senior Progressive Club met yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Braxton Bragg, with Mrs. p. O. Gwyn, president, in charge of the meeting and Mrs. J. L. Glascoe. progrom chairman. Principal speaker was Miss Eva George o Luxora, who gave a resume of her three month trip to Syria. All department chairmen gave reports and the Building and Finance Committee submitted plans and specifications for the New Progressive Club House. Mrs. Gwyn introduced Mrs. Vernon Aston, president of the recently organized Junior Progressive I Club, who reported- that they had their charter and had . . ••trcahmecu wen urved. Entertaining rooms of the hewi \vcre attractively decorated w' I Fall flowers. The hostess served refreshments o[ K sandwich plate with Iced drinks parents, Mr. 'and Mrs. Jim England, honoring Miss Jernlgan. | Mt.w Luna B. Wilhelm was the The home WM decorated with guest speaker at last night's nieel- plni and whit* chrysanthemums Ing of the Alpha Chapter of the and the dining room table, from . Beta Sigma Phi sorority. Her sub-• n I T r • i which the refreshments were serv- Ject wfl.s "Speech". , \_lUO Is Lntertamed ed. waft pentered with * rMnlktnre Shp nmnTine>.,...i +i,~t . ' n K* /-.i ' « V t i i Mrs. Uarence Webb ed, was centered with a miniature bride and brldeamkld. Refreshment* of open faced sand private and public life.with a plcas- i\«ii»nmeni« 01 open laceu saiiu- i".>"i.t n«iu ijuunu inc.\viui a pjcns- rlches, mixed nuts and Iced drinks j '"K a "tl correct manner of speaking. r«re aerved. | Mrs. Dick Watson, president, was Mrs. Bernard P. Graham was a w«e aerved. | Mrs. Dick Watson, president, was ^"^w^'n, "f? ^r"' ^"' ,Th* ho*te«, who wa, assisted 1» charge of the business meeting "««• Webb entertained La Nenve In serving by her mother and by ""1 Miss Betty Boyd inlrortuced ! C1 " b mcmbers at lier hom « Miss Betty Lou Atkins, presented tne speaker. MUs Jernlgan with crystal In her I . Plnns for lh c pledge ritual and pattern. ' ritual of Jewel ceremony, to IK held A.rehearaal dinner was held last i p|° cV [ cd12 " l Holcl Mobl «.'«'crc com- nltht at Ihe home of Mr. and Mrs. Don Haley with Mrs. Ted King. Mr, T. A. Bell. Mrs. Ed Cook and^Mrs. J. D. Bmlth as eo.hos- The dining table was covered „ „ . '•""owing meeting. » W ' lh Ml ' S ' social VlrR " ce ine ninmg tame was covered rlth a brocaded satin cloth »nd Mrs Tavlor Rn< entered with a iVrysUl bowl -,--'"•'""" filled with dahlias, baby i.iters and i lo I UCsday Bridce Club chrysanthemums, carrying out a j ° orchid and white color scheme, i Mrs. Jesse Taylor entertained Member of the wedding party and i members of Tuesday Bridge club Mrs. L. Howerton of Oweola, were and one other guest Mrs R. c guests. ~ ' . In the games played Mrs. Anita Fay Beck won high score prize and Mrs. Melvin Hslsell, lecon'd high. The home was decorated with chrysanthemums and roses, and a dessert course with drinks vt\ served. horn? on West Main St. Mr*. Doyle Henderson won high and Mrs. R, c. Farr won second high In Ihe games played. " Chrysanthemums decorated the entertnlnlng rooms of ,the Taylor home. . The hostess servdi refreshments were, Mrs. Herschcl Couchman, an honorary member, Mrs. Joe Apple- bauni, Mrs. Leslie Speck. Mrs. p. H. Stevenson, Mrs. Searcy Mears and Mrs. Chester Danehower. Hosier..'! for the meeting were Mrs. Bragg, Mrs. A. P. Glascoe, Mrs. R. C. Bryan, Mrs. J. B. Bllnn, Mrs. Guy Butler. Mrs. R. w. Butler. Mrs. Rube Boyce, Mrs, V. C. Colbert. Mrs. Vernon Day, and Mrs. i ' Cox. Jayceettes — Club room at 8 o.m FRIDAY , Community Chest Drive i FOOTBALL: Chicks vs Norlh Little Rock—Here To Have Chicken Dinner The annual chicken dinner sponsored by the Womans Society of Christian Service of the Lake Street Methodist Church will be held tonight beginning at 6:30 p.m,, at the Legion Hut. N« passe* honored on Sunday at. I'ontinueiu Shows Sat and Sun. Barfala Nljht Every Night Except Continuous Show* / Every Day 1 Box Office Opens 1:45 ) Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN »:*» aua. iziw p.m. 4:J» «.«. the Roir Last Time Today Private Affairs of Bel Ami i with Ge*rie Sander. an« 1 Ani*la Lanabary ' Selected Shorts <:«nlln«»»« Showing Every Bay Thorsday and Friday UHOKMOKHli \JWBWYMAH* Meetings Blylhevllle Chaptnr 1 I 7 of Arm Mason will meet tonight 7: SO at the hall for conferring of Roval Arch degrees. -WEAK-IS NERVOUS cranky 'e»*ry month'? Are jou troubled by dlstrBsl of rem«!» functional periodic dlsturtj- ?i" C 5 s7 t,P? es . thl ' tn * ke 5™ '«! «0 tlrea. niBh-stning, nervous —at such tlraw? Then »o try Lydla E. Plhk- ham. Vegetable Compound to relieve such lymptomal Plnlchim'8 Com- ppuml U made especially /or women It Rlso has whdt Doctors call a Momnchlc tonic effect! Any drugstore Paramount News and Shorts Continuous Showing 1:15 p.m.-11:00 p.m. Box Office Opens «:3»; Show Starts «:«5 Last Time Today DOUBLE FEATURE BIG TOWN with Phillip Reed and Hillary Brooks Scared to Death n-lth Bela I.ujjusi & Joyce Campion Thursday and Friday lerome Kern's Also Short Subjects Paramount- N'ewx. Also Short* ConliniMa* Coming to the GEM THEATRE Blyth.vilU, Ark. Saturday and Sunday > Valley of Fear with Jehnnj Mack Brown : Cont'd Show* 3»t. 12:3* to 11:» Cont. Showinc Sunday 1:30-11 : Admlsaion AdnlU 35c. Tax Incl. Re.id courier News Want Ads. fprftstriesfme that taste dee-vine! try ——' ' HuMKo ._ THE (Dainty COOKING FAT 3ls Wonderful! A ton •( gold k worth nearly t&OO.OOO. Rain - Sleet • or Snow! THE WASHERETTE *» »»w *xiuipped to »iv« yon b«d weather **TTic«. W« fc»T« ju»i hi*UU«d a big commerciivl hot »ir tumbler "T«r th»t will eompletely ciry up to three Benrlix Made of elothec reAdy to iron in approximately thirty ' i "'» t « a ' »»^ th« eo«t U only 20c. Th«f* »11 yo \] rmr ehln« kmd or thr**. Just Farr, yesterday afternoon at her of a salad plate 20* think, ladi«B, your «itire week's laundry can *ww M wMn«4, dn*<j and ready to iron all in on. day Rain or Shine! THE WASHERETTE Automatic S«lf-S«rvkt Laundry M«l*» at Division ffi V •*• „ Don't mill these fine baby buys in our *tor«: Imported PKilippin* Embroid«r«d {Fine Batiste) * Morning Dresses, 6 mos. to 1 Yr. $3 95 * infant Batiste Slips $225 1™'°* c«« ; ; $ 3 ; 50 Bobby Suits, 1 to 3 sixes $4.95 * Dresses, 6 mos. to 1 yr. $3.95 and $5.95 'Dr.ss Bibs .................... $T 50 lit(l« to keep them properly dressed when you shop here. Everything for baby', fall into winter, wardrobe , tip-lop values yo>u'l[ find hard to match. Com* in today! We Feature i Layettes, Let- Us Help Yours! THE TOT SHOP MARY JO HALL 104 South First Str*.t , phon« 2308 dancing drape Soft-moving curves lias this romancing rayon crcpc tulip print. Drap«> sliirrol from your slionldcr* (tagliuc glide along witli you. Shown in Junior Ba/.aar. the NEW YORK Store

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