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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, November 10, 1947
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ootmma mcwi Phont 4461 Whitworth-Owen Plant Are Announced Today Mrs. Ellis Will Teach Courses MlM Pandorla Whltworlh, whose . . . engagement to Jack Olopton Owen lr> HomP Nl irQlnn was recently announced by her! Ul MC INUfblHg mother, MIR. J. W. •Whitworth, today | Home Nursing courses, to tie made known the plain for her wed- taught by Mrs, Florence G. Kills visiting ' • ot dinif. Instructor, . under spolisor- A^ The ceremony will be loli'innlxed ship of tin Chick'usawba District ^'unday afternoon, Nov. JO, »t 4 ( of American Red Cross will begin o'clock it First Methodist Church. | this week, It WHS announced today The Rev. Allen D. Stewart, pastor, by Mrs. B. A. BIIBK, home nursing will officiate. Miss Wliitworlh, who will be given in marriage by h«r brother, Martin Whitworlh, will have her sister. Mrs. Don V. Cole of Bay St. Louis. Miss., «s her matron oJ nonor. Miss Eu- topla Whltworth, another sister, will be bridesmaid and Susan Cole, of Bay St. Ixmts, will »erve » flower girl. Frank A. Owen of Mempliln will serve his brother as best, man and ushers will be Roland Bishop. James Elslatider of Driver, Fred Stodman and James Owen of Memphis, uro- tiler of the bridegroom-elect. that time, Mrs. A program of nuptial music will be presented by Miss Jo Ann Trleschmann, vocalist, and L. T, Moore Jr., pianist. Tapers will be lighted by Miss Iva Louise Seay and Miss Jane McLeod. Immediately following the ceremony a reception will be given nt | Hotel Noble for members of tlie lamillts and Intimate friends. Many affairs will b* given honoring the young; couple in the three ceks preceding their wedding. Mrs. R. S. Harris, Mrs. Reece 'ooten and Mrs. J. F. Johnson will entertain Thursday night. Nov. 13, with a miscellaneous shower chalrnun for the district. Classes in Blythevllle will be held Tuesdays and Thursdays at 1:30 pm. at First Church of the Nazarene. Ol*sse« »t LMchvIlli will be. held Monday and Friday afternoons at 1:30 p.m. Classes at Dell will be held Tuesdays and Thursdays at 7 p.m. CUssm for colored will be held at Clear Lake colored school Wednesdays and Fridays at 6:30 p.m. Thou not yet registered may do so at the first meeting but nol uft'.T staled, Bits of News Mrs. B. S. Simmons Is spending several weeks In Washington, D, C., with her sister, Mrs. John W. Sity- der, Secretary of the Treasury Snyder and their daughter, MLss Drucie Snyder. Mr. and Mrs. Joe P. I'rlde Jr., arc the parents ot i daughter born Saturday morning at Walls Hospital. Their first child, she has been named Ami Lehman Pride. Mrs. Pride is the former Miss Murun Shaver, daughter of Mr; and Mrs. W. W. Shaver. Mrs. Fred Pieman and Miss .Marguerite Matthews spent the weekend in Tunica, Miss., K.S ot their brother, John E. Matthews and lamily. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ixtn^slon spent Saiurnay in Memphis where they attended the Teune.s.see-O!e Miss iouiball game. Herbert Botiyney ana his I Margaret Truman (Wins Applause | /^v| I l /""j. Herbert Bougney ana his sister, in LJKianOtTia L-ltV Mrs. Hcrbej-i. Brltzlnwff 01 Traverse ! City, Mich., -A'cie the weekend juiest.i OKLAHOMA CITY, Nov. 1C. (UP) I °f Mr. nnd Mrs. Guy Trlfler nnd —Margaret Truman, daughter of Mrs. Trislcr's parents, Mr. and Mrs. the President, was en route to Lit- R. P. Kirshner. Mr. Boucher nnd tie Rock, Ark., today for another Mr.s. Bri:zlnwff formerly lived hew, concert, hopeful that she would | Mi.vs Virginia William. 1 :, a .student :it Hreium College, Giuiie.sville, Co., Kpeiit the weekend here with her parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. Sam H. Williams. She returned Sunday by plftne. PAG* Feed'Em?—Or Eat'Em! Mr*. Jonit Speaker At Lunch«*n in Memphis OSCBOtA, Arlc., Nov. 10,—Mr«. Bsbert JOIIM of CiRwioidJVlllG wns principal «p<wk«r »t lh« nionlhly unchwn mating at tl* LXiiiRh- irr» o* tlin American Revolution, Wllllum Strong Chupler, hflrt Fr|. d*y «t Hotel PMbody In Memphis, otlMKM tor the oeciuiloii were, Mr*, a. M. Harwell, Mi*. O. B. Sca- gtives, Mn. punjt Kelwr, Mrs. J. H. Hook, Mn, I, r. Btta, Mrs. I). H. Blnrkwnod «nrt MlM Adelle Hook. tr& Uuomt UIUM who attended the Dy«u-Hi'y«* wedding !« Memphis Friday were, Mr, mid Mm, D. Fred Taylor. Mr. and Mm. Harold F. Ohlendorf. Mr. and Mrs. Myron T. Nailllng. Mr.s. W. W. Prewltl, Mrs. C. r. •ullenger, Mr*, A, F. ( Mrs. O. r. Bryant, Miss Mary Margaret Lannmn, MlM Jean Speck, - Irale puullry niisers shipped to President Truman and the Hxvl Conservation Committee some 13 crntes of live chickens In prote«t ugalnsi ponltryless Tluirsdny.i. They were turned over to the aolvitlon Army In Washington. Here, Mrs. Ron i,. conpp,- nnrt son Osror w. Cooper, look over the fowl they received at, the Snlvntlon Army nnergmny Home. iN'EA Tolrphoio.) recei\ r e the same^ "very warm reception" she received here. Miss Truman will sing her concert at Little Rock on Wednesday. She received long applause after complimenting Miss Whilworth. her recital yesterday in which she MtSS I V'A I (ill i CM SJilCi IT V* m Et..n.4 -„ ., ™ .. I .. . • Miss Iva Louise Seay, Mrs, Fred Steadman and Miss Ruth Seay will be hostesses at the Seay home Mon. day night, Nov. 17, with a lingerie shower honoring the bride-elect Miss Whitworth will be guest of honor al a shower Wednesday night, Nov. 18. when Mrs. A. O. Hudson and Mr«. Larry Gammeter willen- tertaln. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Owen of Memphis will be host and hostess Saturday, Nov. M, with a luncheon at Hotel Peabody. • Miss Jane McLeod will entertain Tuesday night, Nov. 25, with a shower at her hom«, honoring Miss Whitworth. * • • Degrees Are Given At Sorority Meeting The Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi met Friday afternoon at the Hotel Noble for conferring of degrees. Those who received their ritual .- 'Uf^ .jewel degree were Miss June Oosnell, Mrs. p. E utley nnd Mrs. Herman Towles. Those receiving the ritual'degree were Mrs. Bernard Allen." Mrs- Geiie Atkinson, Mrs. Richard Becker, Mrs. Richard Day, Mrs. Maurice Luttrell and Mrs Rudolph Vrska. Miss Gosneli was Installed as vice president and Mrs. Becker as recording secretary during the bu- Afciness meeting. » The table was centered with » bouquet of yellow roses, the sorority flower, and refreshment* oC take, fruit, cup and iced drinks *ere terved. » • * Marriage Is Announced Of Miss Joyce Allison Mr. and Mrs. Olan Allison announces the marriage of their daughter, Mis* Joyce Allison to James O'Bannon. son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. O'Bannon. The wedding was solemnized Saturday night at First Presbyterian Church with the Rev. Harvey Kidd, pastor, olllciatlng. The bride wore a blue crepe street length dress with a corsage of white carnations. The couple are making their home in Blythevllle. Osctola Events MONDAY Wc.sleyan Service Guild Meeting, •}n the home of Miss Laura Qlllock, -7:30 p.m. County Sub. District Methodist Youth Fellowship at the church, 7:30 pjn. Royal Ambassadors, first Baptist Church, 7:00 p.m. TUESDAY Rotary club. ]2:lo p.m. ' Deobrah Class, First Baptist ! Church 7:00 p.m. i Bus In ess Women'* Circle of the ! First Presbyterian Church at the home of Miss Marjori« Doyle, 1:30 p.m. i Boy Scouts meet at the Metho- I dist Church, 7:30 p. m . ! WEDNESDAY I Parent-Teacher Association, High ! School, 2:30 p.m. I City Council, City Hall 7:00 p.m. Benefit Bingo, Progressive Club, Community House. 8:00 pm THURSDAY Mid-Week Bridge Club, Mr«. O. sang six programmed numbers and three encores. She tuok 21 curtain calls. At Tlie Hospitals Hl.YTHF.Vll.LF. HOSPITAL ADMITTED: Mrs, J. A. Jamerson. city. Henry Milihorn. city. Mrs. El ma Jones, city. DISMISSED: Mrs. Hal Smith mid baby, city. Mrs. B. J. Neely, Holland, Mo. Mrs. Roy Austin, and baby. city. Amelia Watson, Warden, Mo. Mrs, Harlan Webb and baby, Luxora. Mrs. Iverson Morrts.clly. John Wylle, Roseland. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Portner, Gobler, Mo., a. daughter, yesterday mornhifr. WAI.Lb*HOSI'ITAL DISMISSED: Talltha Smith. Holland, Mn. Allen Eugene Stanley, Rte. 2, city. Evelyn K. Malln, Dell. Pat Edwards, Yarbro. John E. Cohoon. Holland, Mo. Lewis Phillips, city. Mrs. E. w. Freeman and Luxora. . .... Mrs. Earl Brownlee. Deli Kay Morgan. Etowah. Mary Sue Brooks. Etow.nh. Howard Shiely, Steelc, Mo, Leonard Young. Rie. 2, city. Mrs. Charles (turns, Cooler. Mo. Mrs. Charles Howard and baby Luxora. Mrs. George Moody and Caruthersville, Mo. Many Attend Morris Funeral at Parkin Among those who attended funeral services for Mrs. E. G. Morris of Parkin held yesterday afternoon at the Parkin Baptist church wers, J. A. McMuIlin, Mr. and Mrs. W. n McMuIlin and daugnters. Misses Juanlta and Peggy. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lay. James McMuIlin, Mr. nncl Mrs. Alton Jaggers, Mrs. Thomas BoRan, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Van Wli-k- le, Mrs. Ira Lambert, Mr. and Mrs Ira Lambert -Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Barnes all - -- • and Mrs. Leachvill*. Condition of Mis. Hurry Bkuich- ard, \vhu iiiuienveiti. nn 'operation Saturday morning ill. Walls Hospital i.s .s-.lli.sructory today. Here to be with her are her son. Harry Blancll- arrt Jr., of Plnlndclphia, Pa., and a daughter, Mrs. George Spradlcv of Flint. Mich. Mrs. J. \v. Whilworth and son, Ten. are spending .several days in Bay St. Louis. Miss., as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Don V. Cole and family. Mrs. Cole Is a daughter of Mrs. WhiLworth. " Mr. and Mrs. V. G. Holland. Mr. and Mrs. Sanforcl Hoone, Mr. and Mr.s, Ivonis Applebatmi, Mrs. Anilis Fave Be:k. Miss Mary Adah Robinson. Mr. and Mrs. W. .1. Pollard, Fred Fieeman. Max Logan, E. B. Wcud.sotl, S. E. Webb and Mr. and Mrs. John C. McII:tney were snnon ; ; Blylhi'Ville people in Memphis Saturday lor the Olc Mis.s-Tennc.ssee foolb^ll came. Mrs. J. T. Ashley is -spending -sev- crul diiys in Porlagevillc, Mo., as guest of her daughter. Mrs. John R. iWnll, Mr. Wall and family. Mrs. George Clnrk and Mr. and Mrs. Finnan Dynum spent Siuur- b-hv i dtty "' Mpm l>his. '• '*' \ sirs. Billy Reid was the weekend j guest of Mr. and Mrs. E. n. Reid of Ken tie U, Mo. Sheridan Ashley left yesterday for Little Rock, where he will attend (lie Scottish Rites Reunion. He will return home Tlunsdav. Mr. ;ind Mrs. Harry White ;ind daughter, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Webster nnd Mrs. Artie Mac Bright spent yesterday In Memphis with Walter Webster, who is a patient nt the Methodist Hospital. His condition is satislnclory. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Cook, Miss Bonnie Cook. Mr. and Mrs. E.irl Stabler and c- E Cook spent Friday in Memphis where C. E. Cook consulted his physician. Miss Catherine Westbrook lnul as her weekend guests Miss Mflry Sue Daniels and Miss Mary Sue Meyers both of North Little Rock. Miss Westbrook entertained with baby, .•^dinner party al her home Saturday ni|;ht in their honor. Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles n. Harris of Los Angeles, Calif., will return to Ihcii' home tomorrow after spending several days here as liliesus of Mrs. J. K. Smith nnd Mr, and Mrs. Burn Hikes. Condition of Mrs. J. S. HuLsell wild WHS l:il:en by ainbllhlllce to Mi-lupins Methodist Hospital Saturday afternoon Is much improved. Mr. and Mrs. n, N. Ware of Tal- liilah. La., were tlie weekend guests of Dr. nncl Mrs. H. rj. Sims. The Ware's formerly lived in Blythc- villc where lie wns mamiper of the Chicago Mill nnri Lumber Co. Mr, and Mrs. R. A. atkes nnd Mr. and Mrs. Howard Henderson nud son. of Beutonvllle. Ark., were the weekend quests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Sam Kikes. Mrs. Henderson -is Mr. Sikes' sir.ler. Miss JJontiir cook and Mr. and I Mrs Eurl Stable students nt Ilon- j drix College, Conwny, are spending ! the Fall holidays with their parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. M. E. Cook. i Mr. :iiiq Mrs. Chnrles Lynn S:-u- I coiil ot Hampton, Va., spent Krl- j day here '.vlth her patents, Mr. and Mr.s. W. I. Denton. They were en route home liom a three week wedding triti to C:inlornia and Mexico. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Heevcs went I to Himiboldt, Teitn., ye.sierdav by I plane to visit with Mrs. Reeves'"pur- ; cuts Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Reeves. Mr. and Mrs. William T, Stewart. j reUirned to their homo in Jones! boro yesterday where Mr. Slewing Us a student at Arkansas State Col- Ic".t. Mr.s. fcU>\vart hart 'nei-n lieie • with her pnrciils Mr. nnri Mr.s. u. : H. Ho.t for t\vo weeks. Mr. Stewart, | spent the weekend here and ac! comiinnled her home. I Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Dodcl. shi- i uent.s at Arkansfts Slate College, Jonesboro, .spent the weekend here i svHh Mr.s. Dodd's parents Air. and Mrs. W. O. Reeves. I Wade Reeves Jr. and James Westbrook returned yesterday Irom Hum- bolut, Term., where they hud been since lust Thursday visiting wIMi Watlc'.s yiraiidparentK, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Reeves. Coming Events Social Calendar TUSSDAY Club liight—Mrs. I'aiil Jobe. '1'ue.Mlny Bridge Club—Mrs. Rllcy Jijiu'.s in ^llLnl]|t for luncheon. Tri-Town. BrldBe Club—Mr». Gene Tonford. La Ntievc Bridge Club—Mri. Ben Mac: While. Mentor High School Parenl-Tenon- <sr Ai,.sodaiion ineetliiR at the M-hool nt 3:00 p.m. Executive .Board meets nt 2:30 p.m WEDNKSDAV Town and Country Bridge CJIub— Mis. O. W. McCtitciicn, Wcdnesdny Brldga Chib—Mrs. H.irry Kirby. Alphft Alpha Chapler of Beta Slgmu Phi hnve ritual of Jewel nncl pledge ritual ceremony and dinner at Hotel Noble, 1:30 p.m. THURSDAY Alplui Delta Chapter of Betn Slliinn Hhi meeting with Mrs. Gilbert Hammock at 2:30 p.m. Mrs. l£. S. Harris. Mrs. Rcecn Woolen ami Mrs. J. F. Johnson cn- U-Unhiing with a miscellaneous shower honoring Miss Paiirlorlu Wliitworlh, bride - .elect ot Jack Own. i^'ulelis Sunday School Class of First Baptist Chinch . meeting, 1 \ p.m., with Mrs. Cheste.r''N-.ibeis nnil Mrs. J. L. Nabers at Chester Nabers home ill. 1C26 Wlllllllt Si. Tlaii;Ai.\y Luncheon Clul>~ Mrs. 1 E. B. Gee. i Thursday Ctmlract—Mrs. r. B. Joyner. Jolly Eifclil Chit)—Mrs. Cleo Wren. G. N. B. Club—Mrs. Norvlllc Ostette Club—Mrs. R. C. Rose. Mld-Weck Club—Mrs. H. H. FRIDAY Mrs. R. A. Bcrrymnn nntorlahi- j i:1»; with H parly complimenting MIKS Shirley Bnrhain, bride-elect of Harp. 1 C.B.C. — Mrs. Paul Bymmi. Civic Calendar Monday Junior Chamtrer o( Oontmeicn — 1:30 p.m. Tu«i><1uy Blythevllle Real EsUte Boi meeting at t p.m. at Hotel Noble. Olmrlevolx Clmpter of Daughters of ih« American Revolutton will meet for luneheoii Hi Hotel Nuble with Mi«. olco Lunijsloji nncl Mn. Jiiiue.s B. Chirk us jiosiesses. Lion's olub -- 12:16 p.m. American Legion — 7;:io, American Legion Auxiliary — A:00 p.m. City Council — 7:30 p.m. Klw«ni« club — ia;io pin Sildbiny P.T.A. Fxeeiitlve Hn,ird — 230 p.m. followed by P.T.A. — 3:00 p.m. Tlmrtdnjr Rolnry Club — 12:10 l>i>i. »rl,l.. FOOTBALL Senior there. Junior Hlieh P»f« v* Little Rock here. IMss Junt Willwln, MLss lilnnolii Cleero Mild Miss Mnrjorle Doyle. MlM Marjorlo Mayo it, spctidhiu two weeks iis the mic.U of Captain and Mrs, Ed' Stewart, al Turner- Field, Albany, Ga. Mm. Edith Robertnon of Eattl" Creek. Mich., has been the frucsl of Mrs. J. c. White lor the past two weekn. Mr. tuirt Mvs. Pi'mik \<'Hllmns, Mr und Mrs. R. J. Gllle.ipie, Mrs. nnd Mrs. lion Hutlcr Sr. inn) Mr. nnd Mrs. Laiv \Villlni\» II were among Ihose who altended the Arkansas- lileo Kfliue In Houston over the weekend. The Hcv. L. R. Still Jr, loft today for Jloiiiio Ti'rre, Mo,, where lie will conduct ft two wei-ks revival to be. held al. thn Mist Christian Church then-. The Hev. Kill Walters of Hint IlWor, Mo., will conduct Sunday services lierc noxt Sunday In Ills nhscncc. Mr. niwl Mrs. Carey Lawrence ot Oxford, Miss., were weekend guest* o( their parents, tlie llov. and Mrs. John Paul Jone« to th» Rivottt* tlonary war, • Hand Brenndes wero useil by Hip U. S. Miulne.s who served imiltr Ohickn y«. Bnlrxvllle MOSS BRYAN DOLL SALE llrlile Dolls, 3.00 ....... Now S'i.OO All Nation Dolls, H.Ofl. . .Nniv S'i.OO Luvel)' Miutclon l>olls H'ero li.OU A'"" 1 ..................... $1.00 Stuffed Alilmiili SI. 110 to S 1,0(1 .......... it, otf Chllrlreo's Iti.tibll l-'iir .Slipper.* sim t-:i, a. on ......... M,,,,, ji.oo Pig Banks . ..... . ]/ 2 Off THE G3FT 103 Kiist Midn Street SATURDAY, NOVEMBER at the DELTA Located Just South of Oscaola Music by the Blytheville Rhythm Ki Hours 9 'til 1 of Blythevllle and Mr. Fred A. Alexander of C. Bowcn. 2:00 p.m. Kiwanis Club, Eiempntnrv School 7:00 p.m. FRIDAY Two .Table Bridge Club. Mr.s D. Fred Taylor Jr. du« to cold* For fine soothing comfort, rub Vicks VapoRub ~ on your throat aiiclclicsl.Tryltl ng cuiniorc, run VICKS i v VAPORUB '«* FEMALE COMPUINTS Ar« >-RVI troubled by distress cf female functional monthly dlstxirbanccs? DOCK this m*Ve you «\i from pain, feel a™ nervous, resllessT " wcsk—ftt such times? Then DO try Lydla E. 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Perhaps you remember * little stnna ciiufch at twilight . . . the soft, faint chords of die oigan . . . tlie bit li^ht filleted liy sl.imcd gfas« . . . • prelude, * hcgintiin^ ... If yon'ro starting tliat greatest ndvcntttre of nil, nr Iui\e alrcxljr }>egun it, you'll want to .see r'reltuie, to hold it, to chciisli it ahvHj-s. 1'or Piciiule \\a« iu*Je for lujay's liappincst, fur lovely (omurrous. HMll'L S Dial 2231 For Fre* D«HvVy <« -AB nnd Fancy Growri«s Quality Meats GROCERY Fresh Fryers (Iiive or Dressed) Freeman & 201<i West Main Santa Sciysr Shopping Only J| Days until Christmas Credit is Free at JEWELRY STORES It lulu^ only :i Minutes to Open a ('hlukr^e Account .. _____ ,\t> inihscs huitnred on butidu.v at <'i>ntlniLi)iit Sliuvva Kut. mid Sun. llnt-RAlu Nislit Every Night Kxccpl IH SIlOWS Every ))ny Box Of ficc' Opens 1 :'45 Show Sliu-ls 2:00 LIHTKN TO KI,CN 8:00 H.m. I'i:l5 p.m. 1:30 p.m. tlic Koxy I.asl, Time. Today. U'lth Clone Kelly and Murlf M;icl)on:\ltl I'liramintnt Nens :intl Short (.'nitMiiium.i SIiowin^ ICverj'd(\y Also Slnirt Subjects liiUHlR SlmxvliiK Kvery Day f'.ll'llliiriiint Nc\vs :nu7 StiorlS Ciilllimintis Slunvint; 1:15 i).m.-H:00 p.m. Box Office Opens 6:30; Sbmv Sturts G:-I5 Last Time Today Shadow of a with .Tn^cjih CoKcn and Teresa \Vri-lit Fox News and Selci-.tcil Short Tuesday nnd Werinesdny DOU1U.E FKATUKB Follow that .itnl Nancy Kelly ! Dressed to Kill wilh Biisil Knllibonc'* Nigel Bnir«

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