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fAGI FOU*. BLYTHEVTLLK (ARK.)' COURIER NHWg THURSDAY, KOVJCMBBR 9, IMT 111 ft' Phon« 4461 Miw Jemigan To Wed In Evening Ceremony To Wed In Twilight Ceremony varieated Tb» wedding <rf MUs Kamola Jer- BlfaA, daughter ot th« R*v. and Mr*. P. H.-Jemlfftn, to Henry Hill Loo*, son of M. K. Lornt wills be •ol*ennls*d into evening, 6 o'clock si Calvary Baptist Church. Th* J»tT. Mr. Jernigan will officiate In tfce presence ot a large number o* friends and relatives •f th« aouple. •outliam soaUax, palms, and tarns wttPform a background lor floor baskets' hoMlng apecuaen white chrysanthemums, pom pom chrysanthemums, ferns and huckleberry flank*d with wrought iron cantt«la- br». The aisle, down which the wedding party will wslk will be I marked by whit* tapers burning in single candelabra, tied with white satin bows an«$ sprays at pom pom ehrysanlhemums. Mn. Mildred Trail, pianist, will plar "Ava Maria" and "ClRtr De Lime" and the traditions! wedding marches. Freeman Jernigan, brother of the bride, will sing, "O Promise Me" and D'Harlol's "Because". A quartet composed of Mr Jerntgsn. -Wilton Kllbnrn, Bill Michael and Hubert Colsgrovc will «tnp "I Love You Truly" by Bond. Miss Jernlean's maid of honor, Miss Bonnie Jerntgan of Lepanto, cousin of the britle. will woar » brocaded latfetU dress in cameo pink, fashioned with xoalloiiMl sleeves and » chiffon yoke. She will carry a bouquet of orchid chrysanthemums and* pom pom chrysanthemums' lied with orchid ribbons. The bridesmaids. Miss Vernel O'Neal and Miss Ramnna Finland, will wear Identical frocks of nrnun brocaded laffettn with short niitf sleeves «nd very full skirts. Their gloves are of self material, and they will carry «rm bououets of specimen yellow chrysnnthemums and yellow "button pom pom chrysanthemums. Miss Kvelyn Tbinllnson and , John Charles Bright, candcllffhters will wear orchid taffeta dresses VJP/-.I M r p fashioned along the same lines «s wlln mls - r - u ' those of Ihe bridesmaids. They will Wnmiin , oulli «,. bracelet corsages of yellow, ,,;?,".^^met last night at chrvsantbemumj and a hair-do ol button chrysanthemums centered with .a large yellow chrysanthemum. Mnwrlee Jcrnlgan. cousin of the " bride, and flower girl, will wear « dress fashioned with an ice blue fstln bodice and a full net skirt. She will carry a. basket of rose petals. Mr. and Mr*. C. A. Hlndman *p*nt yesterday Ui Memphis, Mr. and Mrs. Jo* Ferguson and family hav* moved into their new horn* at 1108 West Hearn St. They formerly lived on th* Barfleld road. Mrs, Shannon Langley and daughter. Elaine, have returned from Flint, Mich., where they were called because of the Dines* of Mrs. l(*ngley's sister, Mrs, Murray Queen Mary Puts look of Secrecy Over. New Gown LONDON, Nor. Princess Eliafcxth, «, UP— IJke another mem- Daniels, Condition ol Mrs. Daniel* la Improved. . Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Nelson Vil return today, from Dallas, Tex. where they have been attending a Bottlers Convention this week Mr. and Mrs. Newton Whlllj an the parenU of a son born this morn Ing at Blytheville Hospital. Harr: Warren Whitls Is the name Riven to their first child. Mrs. Whitls I m« former Mian Marjori* Warren daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. I. War ren. Mrs. C. B. Mnhon of Jonasboi* returned to her home th«r* yesterday alter sDcndLug R week as guest, of her son, Paul Mahon and Mrs. Mnhon. Mrs. James Barksdale and Mrs. Piuil Mahon spent, today In Jonesboro. Mr. and Mrs. James Robert Rced- er are the purents of a son born last night at Skallcrs Clinic. Their first child he has been named James Robert Recder Jr. Mrs. Recd- ef if the former'Miss Kay Mcllwaln. Condition of William J. Rlgncy, who is a patient at the Veterans Hospital in Exrclsior Springs, Mo., Is very critical? He is the stepfather of Mrs. Gilbert Hammock of Blytheville. and has visited here several limc.s. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Payne. Mr. and Mrs. T, T. Campbell and Misses' Peggy and Mnxine Hipp are spend- liiB today In Memphis. ber of th* royal family has a fashion secret, it developed yesterday., queen Mother Mary |av* designer Norman Kartnell Instruction* to divulge to no on* th* (own she will wear at the wedding ot th* princess two weeks and * day hence, and icl the rumors fall where they may. The energetic old lady of Marl- ooroiiijh House laid down a security blackout on her gown after the British fashion world was electrified by reports that sh* had decided to change to something mor* modern after 40 years of unswerving loyallj to one mode, whether it was 1 style or out. Britons could hardly anvlsage the imperious queen mother in any thing but pastel shades and toque hat for day wear, and heavy broc • de over tight corsets with pear choker for formal war While details of the gown were li the same top-secret category as th princess' wedding raiment, it couli be said that tne queen mother' outfit will be as traditional as a! her other forma! wear. In a worl, of dizzy chance, her people will bej ble to point to one thing; unchanged, i Details of the shoes to be worn ai [ the wedding nlso were restricted. But according lo the designer the bridesmaids have unusually small feet, The 'princess gol Ihe details yrs- terciny of what may be the most valuable wedding gift she will receive—from Burma, a necklace if SB pigeon blood rubles set in gold and in an' ivory csse of exquisite crnrtmanshlp. Burmese officials who sent x com mittee to choose the geins at the Mogok ruby mines said It was "price less." Gen. D'A'ight D. Eisenhower anc his wife sent tiie princes" and Lt Philip Moimtbatlen an ssh traj shaped like n wedding ring. Coming Events Social Calendar 5 FRIDAY Chapter N of p.E.O. Sisterhood neetlng at the home ot Mr*. John CaudlJI, 3 o'clock. World Community Day meeting— 2:30 p.m. at First Methodist Church. World Community I>ay meeting — at the First Methodist Church at 2:30 p.m. Dorcas class First Baptist Church meeting at church Friday aternoon 9:30 p.m. Hostesses Mrs. Frank .Bimmons and Mrs. Arthur Rushing. Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority meeting for Pledg* ritual and ritual of Jewel ceremony at 2:30 p.m. In the Colonial Room of Hotel Noble. CBC club — Mrs R. A. Copeland. Civic Calendar THURSDAY Community Chest Drive FOOTBALL: Paps vs Newport— There Jayceeltes — Club room at 8 p.m FRIDAY Community Chest Drive FOOTBALL: Chicks vs Norll: Little Rock—Here Osceo/o Events Miss Knmoliti Jcvmgim will \iecomc tlio bride ol Henry Hill Long In a ceremony this evening at « o'clock at Culvnry Baptist Clwirch. She Is tHe daughter ol Hie son o( H.E.Lonj. the Rev. and Mrs. p. H. Jernlgan *nrt he Is Lutheran Guild Meets •'irst 1:30 p.m. Hi the home of Mrs. F. O. Flelchel. Mr«. Louis Zeller led the study program and the topic chosen for tills was Christian Education." The hostess servetl relreshmonts. bridegroom,, will h* - . " The white satin ring pillow b e garlanded with white poirnpom chrysanthemum* and showered' with satin ribbons. • The bride, to be given In mur- rlage by her uncle, Dr. L. Howton, of Oeceola, will wear a bridal gown of pure Japanese silk, brought back t Irom China by the bridegroom <m , his return from foreign service/ Th e formal dress Is fashioned with ! a yoke outlined with a deep ruffle of" sell material, and long, full sleeves, caught to the hand with a tight cuff. Th»' fashionable pephmi at the hipline, extends In the bncfc Into « full train. Her fingertip Tell of Illusion will full from a bandeau of while sntin, and she will wear an heirloom bracelet- The bridal boHc|«et will be fashioned of lilies of the valley, carnations and gardenias centered with I a white orchid. '-'••• Durwood Long, will servo his; brother as best man and ushers will be Harold Doyle, Jesse Enbanks. Prentlss Jemtgan, brother of the bride, and Santord Torolin- son. v Mrs. Jernlgan, mother of the bride, will wear a blacX drew with a corsage of white carnations and tuberoses at her shoulder. A reception will be held at the home of the bride's parents »t Chlcfcasawbn Avenue Immediately following the ceremony. The home will b« decorated with floor baskets of whll« chrysanthemums, and greenery, and the refreshment table will be centered with » crystal bowl filled with white chrysanthemums. Presiding at the table will 1 be Miss Pandoria Whitworth, Mrs.! L. Howton of Osceola. and Miss ' Betty Lou Atkins, assisted by Mrs. j Grace Haley, Mn. Robert L. Wade [ Reception Compliments ring bearer., The Rev. H. L, RoblSOn The Rev. H. L. Roblson and his mother. Mrs. Mary Roblson, were honored )»st night when 50 guests gathered at their home for a ception. The guests were from the three Methodist Churches which make up the West Blytheville Parish, of which the nev. Roblson Is pastor. Refreshments of iced drinks, ho drinks and assorted party Jood were served. Miss Jernigan Honored By Pandovia Whitwovth 21ub Is Entertained dy Mrs. Cunningham Wednesday Bridge Clnb members •ere entertntned with a bridge uncheon yesterday at the home of Mrs. C. A. Cunnlncham. The centerpiece for the dining room table from which luncheon vas served was a bowl of mixed :hrysiinthenuims. all flowers riec- ti'il the other entertaining rooms of the homo. ' Tti the games played Mrs. F. E. rslnck won hiKh score and Mrs. Charles Rose won second high. • • * . Vlvs. Langslon Hostess To Town And Country Mrs. Clco Langston was hostess yesterday to members of the Town and Country,Club and two jsucsts. Mrs. Loy Welch nml Mis. Walker Baker, entertaining at her home on Main street. Mrs. Cornelius Modinger won high score In the bridge games and Mrs. O. O. Caudill received second high. The home was decorated with bouquets of mixed Pull (lowers and the hostess served refreshments. Couchmans Honored OSCEOLA, Nov. o. ... The Rev. Herschclle Couchman, pastor of Methodist Church, Mrs. Couchman and family were guests of honor last night when the Women's Society of Christian Service entertained with a reception at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Faber White. In Ihe -receiving line were Mrs. White, Mrs. B. F. Planigan, David S. Laney, The, Rev. Mr. Couchman, Mrs. Couchman, Wayne Couchman, Henry Couchman, Mrs. B. J. Slaughter and Mrs. Roland Booth. Assisting' In serving were Mrs. Mclvln Wnt'Bnor, Mrs. David S. Lancy. Mrs. Bruce Colbert and Miss Julia Mne, Morrison. The refreshment table was overlaid with a Ince cloth and the center piece was a-low silver bowl filled \vtth ycliow and white, chrysaiuhe- mums and gypsophclla, flanked with yellow tapers burning in silver candle holders. On either end of the table wci'e silver punch bowls and assorted party foods were served. Throughout the home were bouquets of chrysanthemums and red ! rosebuds in low^vases. 'Over 200 guests attended th'e re- septlon. P. at. O". Girei T«o Honoring Senior Girl* OSCEOLA, Nov. 8. — Chapte 'O" of tlie P. E. O. Sisterhood me yesterday afternoon at the home o Mrs. Godfrey White with Mrs David S. Laney. president, In charg of a brief business session. Following the business meeting tea was held at which the girls the senior class of the OsceoU Hlg School were guests of honor. Th e P.E.O. colors ol yellow mid white were carried out In the decorations of bouquets of .chrysanthemums- t The dinning table was overlaid with a lace cloth and centered with a silver bowl tilled with yellow and white chrysanthemums. Klwanls, p.m. THURSDAY Elementary At The Hospitals BI.VTHEVILLE HOSPITAL ADMITTED: Mrs. Harlan Webb, Luxora. Mrs. Homer Hodge, city. Mrs. C. H. Sanders, Del!. DISMISSED: William D. Harper, city. James Daniel Jr., Armorel. Buddy Stovall, Osceola. BIRTHS: Born to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Whitls, city, a son. this morning. WAM.S HOSPITAL DISMISSED: J. D. Hodge, Leachville. Clyde Talklngton, Steele. Mo. Mrs. Cleatus White and baby, Holland. Mo. Joe Ellen Garner, Rte. 3. city. ST. JOSEPH HOSPITAL, Memphil Dismissed: King Jackson, Manila. We the Women BY RUTH M1IXTT Nt* Staff WrIUr "It i* mor* important that couple b* able to dUcuw over bacon and «tt* than bill ana coo over their torn flake*," *»js a prof/e&sor of sociology at th« U n 1 v • r lit j of Chicago, to 111 ultra tt hii contention that lovt, as th« determining factor in predicting a happy marriage, has been overrated. I f you're married, you hav« probably guessed already that professor isn't. Nobody but » Bachelor would assume that husband* and wtVH either discus* Bach or bill and coo at the breakfast table. In most, homes, the husband reads the morning paper and makes vague noises. Or else he gulps his coffee and hurries with hU HE and toast. There Isn't much expression at either love or companionship at the brea.kfa.st, table in this hurried, worried age. LEFT-OVER PROBLEMS Breakfast is the time when both School at husband and wife come face to Jat» with a new day and old prtbtems. And they [ace the day and the problems alone. • The couples who have a good chance at married happiness aren't the onefi who can talk about Bach at breakfast or bill and coo at each other. They are the ones who can manage to be courteous to each other, whether they feel like 11 or not. and silently shoulder th»lr own problems for ths day. tnatn*tia» eros* do** net ha»« » of a bo* ewutrietor." Vlahlnaky neaped scorn on Argentine Delegate JOM Arc* who last night UmbwUd Russia'* record In the UN. Vlahinskjf charged that Argentina want* to «Ject Russia from he UN. Vlshhiaky apok* after Shawcrost, appealing (or Soviet participation in the proposed "Little Aaaembly, " said Russia wai trying to impose its will on the reat of the world. Livestock N. ST. LOUIS NATIONAL STOCKYARD*), Nov. «. (UP)-Livestock; Hoi* 14,000, salable 11,000; market mostly 7Sc lower than W*j«r , nesday's aver*ge.'Few sows «ar);«]p .' less. Lat« trade slow. Bulk good and choice 1M to 300 Ibs 28.76; several lots 35.»5 to 26; top X. top » 1»0 to 170 Ibs Z4/I5-36»; 130 to ISO Ibs 22.SO-34.50; 100 to 120 Ibs 1».50-21.50; good sows 450 Ibs down 34-26.33 Sizable lot early 45.60. Over 4*0 Ibs Z7.50-23.76. Stags 17.SO-21. Cattle S.500, salable 4,400; calves 2,000, all salible. Supply moderate. Heifers and mixed yearlings steady. and cow* about steady, although canner and cutters cows very draggy. Bulls about steady, but pressure continuing on common and medium kinds. Vealtis steady. Good heifers and mixed yearlings 23.50-25; med- um l«-J2; odd head good cows 18.1.50; common beef cows 13-15.60; lew light weights down to 12.50; isnners and cutters 9.50-12.80. Miss Pnndorla Whltworth compll mcnteci Miss Kamolia Jernignt' bride-elect, with A mLsccllancou shower la.sl night at her home 01 Kentucky Ave. Entertaining rooms of the Whit woith home were decorated ' red roses and large pom pon chrysanthemums In vivid shades. The dining table from which re- IreshmenU were served, was centered with a large cut crystal bowl tilled with Chinese chrysanthemums and yellow pom pom chrysanthemums, flanked by crystal candle holders holding yellow tapers. Mr. Stovall Invited In games played Mrs. Ruth Hold- — , . «:,_*_,_{»„ er was awarded a prl». | '° Joln fraternity The hostess served a dessert courw with iced drinks. C. C. f dwards Dies In Mercedes, Texas Friends were notified this morning that C. C. Edwards who formerly lived here for several years and who v-'as connected with the Frisco Railroad, died nt his home this morninc In Mercedes, Tex. He Is survived by his wife. Osceota Ministers Meet OSCEOLA, Nov. 6. ... The Rev. L. R. Still. par4oi- of First Christian Church was elected president of the Osccoia Ministerial Alliance at a meeting this week. The Rev. L. T. Lawrence was re- clcctert sccretiuy-trcasurer. Plans for the union Thanksgiving services were formulated. It will be held at First Baptist Church with the Rev. Hcrschelle Couchman to be the principal speaker. The Rev. Mr. Still will be in charge of the program. Rental Increase For Chicagoans Fails to Get Okay Westerners Accused Anew By Vishinsky LAKE SUCCESS, N. Y., Nov. < (.UP)— Deputy Foreign Minister An drel Y. Vishinsky charged In th*' United Nations today that the West-1 ern powers were trying to throw Russia "out of the household" of the UN. In an impassioned . plea for compromise, Vishinsky told the UN Assembly's Political Committee that the United States and Great Britain had "given out the order" to keep a Soviet supporter off the UN Security Council when Poland'* MANY NEVER SUSPECT CAUSE OF BACKACHES ThlaOii Treatment CHt«n,j , Brian Happy Relief - 0 Vtnr raff*f«n r«litv« Tu«inr feieVaefc* Qvleklr.oM«tJbc74{KoT«r that the real causa •f Uwir tn»Ut nv V tr«d VUl»s>. Tbc k*ia«rB*rc Nature'* eaief way fff ta>acids Mdwuteoutoftbebloorf. Whra Auar&rr of kid&*rfunction ptrmits ' ' mill. In jour blood. It _ baekatht, rheumaUo of p«» and «D«r8T. s*t- ,UBX, pu0a«M under the t dTulMM. Frequent or A smarting and bumiiiir jws thtr« }• s0BM&!ns: wrons ivith joar KidMrs«r feladfor. 0e»'» w»l(t Aik TO« r irosn'H for B o« n '« Tin*, » •tiHvkat diuntle. v«4d •«cccs«ru]lr -- Doui>air« ot tla* •7M. •ematy pimgn i«nee show , bf BDltU*ns for erer 10 yean. »> -will kel» tk* 11 kldeer tubes fliuk eut poUeneu* T re.rWee4.CetDoeV.rai*. Scout Leaders Named The charter of Blytheville Boy Scout Troop 31 has been renewed and a Troop Committee named Jor the coming year, it wa-s announced today. On the committee are J. V. Dates, chairman, Ross Stevens, James Tcr- rv. Fred SUdman and H. L... H»l- sfjll Jr. Warren Jackson, was reappointed scoutmaster and Joe Mnck Hester assistant scoutmaster. Troop SI hns been sponsored by Dud Cason Post 24 of the Ameri- cni 1 . Legion since 1924 and i.n one of the oldest troops in the state. Rifes Are Held For Coleman Infant Burial services were conducted this afternoon at 1 o'clock for the son born to Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Coleman o( Armorel yesterday afternoon. The baby, who died one hour utter birth at the- home, was burled at Elmwood Cemetery. WASHINGTON. Nov. 6. (UP) — Acting Housing Expediter Tighe E. Woods today rejected a yroposcd 15 per cent rent increase for the Chicago metropolitan area. Woods said the Chicago rtcnt Ad- Uerm ends on Jan. 1. visory Board, which proposed the ; Vishinsky made the charge in re- increase had failed to prove its : jeclinK appeals for Soviet support i of the American "Little UN Awem- case. The proposed increase would haj« boosted ceilings on from 500,000 to 600.000 dwelling units in Cook, Du. Pake, Kane, and Uake counties. Wood* notified Chicago Board Chairman John J. Ryan that "since your recommendation does Jipt cpnr tain any 'substantiating evidence or data as required by the (housing and rent) act, it must be disapproved." Woods pointed out that hw disapproval does not prohibit any future recommendation that U properly substantiated. Sends Scent Signals bly" plan which is slated for emphatic approval later today In spit* of the Russian threat of boycott. Vishlnsky attacked what he called "flamboyant appeals" lor Russian "cooperation" with the majority in the UN and said the appeals were like "the caresses of a boa constrictor extended to a rabbit." "We are being thrown out of this household," he shouted with a -wava of his arms. "The UN charter is being violated and we hear appeals: 'Why don't you cooperate? 1 "You want to hold us close, perhaps close enough to suffocate us— Paramount News amt ^*.*or Continuous Showing 1:15 p.m.-lltjb p.m. Box OInee opens 6:30| Show Starts 8-.44 . Thursday and Friday Jerome Kern's like a boa constrictor extending ca The collared peccary carries a [Besses to a rabbit, musk glanti on its back and use* "But," he snapped with a look at it for sending signals. The scent! British Delegate Sir Hartley Shaw- is noticeable at great distances, i cross, "I am not a rabbit and Shaw- •n TFCHNICOLOR Aba Short Subject* Bill Stoval! from Blytheville. who is B student at the University of Arkansas has been invited to Join ;hc Blue Key. national honor frn- teinit> alonp with 16 other bi5<= Jr., und Mrs. Jsmes Germany. Mr. and Mrs. Long will leave immediately after the reception for . a brief wedding trip. Mrs. Uing i it was announced today, will wear for traveling a brown | Mr. Stova'.l Li the son of Mr. and suit with dark green accessories Mrs. W. H. Stnvall and is a senior and pin an orchid at her shoulder. I nl th" University. Rain - Sleet - or Snow! THE WASHERETTE It now equipped to jriv* you bad weather service. W« nar» juit installed a big commercial hot air tumblEr dryer that will completely dry up to three Renrlix loads of ctothw rendy to iron in Approximately thirty minute*, and the cost Is only 20c. That'j all you pay —on« Ttiachin* load or three. Just 20< •^ ,ff Catherine McLeod, Republic •!•*» for kcr 1948 crvii* wardrobe. TW tw«-picc« cotton outfit iit 4e- I for comFert »• w«H a4 {»h- Jutt think, kdlw, your entire week'i laundry can now b« wm«hed, dried »nd ready to iron all in one day Rain or Shine! THE WASHERETH Automatic Self-Service Laundry Phone 966 Main at Division Ready For Anything? c&w. CLEANERS Phon. 3747 It's a smart Idea—liring ready for anythiiifr, nnytime. And part and parcel of It In the regularized cleaning of your clothes. You can't Vi* "ready for anything" in i barrel, you know, go don't let soiled cloth- inj pile up at horn*. Send little each week to C. * W. ROB ROY tailors a shirt to ptrf««- tion! Not* the collar, that you can wear open or closed. And f««l that toft, smooth SAKANA , . . th« rayon broadcloth that looks like a mil* lion, and washes like a dream. all Popular Color* — Tan, Brown, Bfu*v Gray and Beige *!,« • t» II Tra. m M SatnrdaT No |ias*«* honored on Sunday at ContinnMS Shnwi Sat. and Sun. Barfiln Nlfht ETcrjr Nilkt Except Continuous Shown Every Day Box Office Opens 1:15 Show Starts 2:00 4f LISTEN TO KLCN ' r.:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. th« Rox? Thursday and Friday POWMOKIUI \JMEWYMANJ Pick Up and Delivery Service SOO South Division JIEDEL'S Coming to th* GEM THEATRE Blyth«vill«, Ark. t*t»r*»y tut Swilay Valley of Fear wHh J«hnny Mack Brown Corf* Shawn Sat. 12:30 to tl:.W Cent, Shewini 8»nday l:3«-litM Ad«Hs !Se, Tai IneL

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