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yooi BLYTHEVrLLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Phone <M61 Miss Cameron Becomes Bride of John Palmer The wedding of Miss Doris Leo Cameron to John M. Palmer was sol- ,«nnized this afternoon «t I o'clock •t th« First Church of the Nn/.a«n«. Miss Cameron is the daughter of Mr.-and Mrs. Clyd* Cameron »nd Mr.-Palmer is the son of John M. Palmer. The Rev, Daniel Stafford, pastor, officiated at the double ring ceremony in the presence of friends and relatives. 'The bride wore, a median grey tult with black, accessories find .pinned a corsage of pink rosebuds at her shoulder. Miss Betty Defoor, cousin of the bride, was her maid of honor. She wore a light grey suit and n cor- i*ge of pint carnations. Burl Wilson served Mr. Palmer M be.it man. •; Following • brief wedding trip, the couple will mtke their home In Blytheville. • • • Mrs. Gray Is Speaker At P. T. A. Meeting Mrs. Ira Gray, city librarian, was principal speaker at the, meeting of the Senior High Parent-Toucher Association yesterday afternoon at the High School. Mrs. Gray chose "Book Week" as her subject. She said that books (hould not only have recognition on Book Week but all year around. The two ways of reading are for pleasure and Information and wisdom is obtained by reading books, according to Mrs. Gray, who also •aid that parents should not only buy books for their children on special occasions, but every time they go into a store where good books arc sold. It a child is intcr- «ted In something like football •nd doesn't like (o read fiction then buy him a book on football and gradually ho will come to read other' books as well. Mrs. Euln McDowell, county 11- bflrian, was also a guest at tue meeting. She presented a picture show entitled "It's All Yours." The high school quartet composed of Jimmy Henry, Carroll Evans, C. G. Redman Jr., and R. C. Allen Jr. sang "Sleep" and "Hawaiian War Chant" and n solo "Goodbye" was presented by Carroll Evans. Mrs. Jesse M. White gave the, devotional and Mrs. R. C. Allen gave' the treasurer's report. A message written by the National Parent- Teacher president was read by Miss Molly Guard and a report of the dance Committee was Riven by Mrs. Garth Castlio. Mri, Mitt Mouoghan, . secretary, read the minutes of tho last meeting and Mrs. Cecil Lowe, president, dismissed the meeting. The room count prize went to the senior class. Mrs. Teaford Hostess | To Club Members, Guests ' Mrs. Mclvln Halsell, Mrs."James L. Brooks and Mrs. Prank' Turck were guests yesterday afternoon when Mrs. Gene TealoKUentcrlalncd members of the Tri-Town Bridge Club at her home. Entertaining rooms of the home were attractively decorated .with chrysanthemums in vivid shades. In the bridge games played Mrs. Brooks won high score and Mrs. Halsell, second. The hostess served refreshments of a dessert course. • « * Robert Reeder Jr. Honored With Shower James Robert Rccdcr Jr., was the center of attraction last night. when 15 friends of his mother, Mrs. Robert Rccd«r. gathered tit their home at the Veterans Housing Quarters with well-wishes and gifts for the week-old baby. Mrs. L. G. Thomphon Jr., hostess for the occasion, served refresh- ' Club Is Entertained By Mrs. Riley Jones Mrs. Rlley B. Jones was hostess yesterday afternoon to members of the Tuesday Bridge club and one guest Mrs. A. R. Wetcnkamp, with a two-course luncheon at her home In Manila. In the bridge ({aim's played Mrs. U E. Oltl won high seats and Mis. Lloyd Stlckmon won second. The Individual tables at whfch th e luncheon was served, were centered with small vases filled with chrysanthemums In vivid shades. Entertaining rooms of the Jones' home were decorated with Fall flowers, and the place cards nitl other decorations carried out the Autumn motif. Party Compliments Lydia Jo Sudbury A playhouse, ullh decorations carrying out an Armistice nnd Thanksgiving theme, was the setting for a parly yesterday atlcr- noun when Lydia Jo Sudbury, daughter of Mr. and Mrs Harold Sudbury, celebrated her sixth birthday. The 15 giiesUs- enjoyed various games throughout the afternoon and each received favors. The hostess' sister, I.aNoal Sudbury, nnd sherry Sparks served refreshments of Ice cream and cake. » • • Mrs. Jobe Entertains Club Eight Members- Mrs. Paul Job c entertained members or club Eight yesterday afternoon at her home. In the bridge games played Mrs. Jesse -M. Willie won high score and Mrs. Graham Sudbury. second. Pall flowers 'were arranged throughout the entertaining rooms of the home. The hostess served refreshments of a dessert course with coffee. • » • Miss McLeod Is Wed To Warren G. Price Mr. and Mrs- Damon McLeod today announce the marriage of their daughter Miss Landls McLeod to Warren G. Price, sou of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Price or Memphis. Tlie wedding wns solemnized Nov 7 at Hcrnando, Miss, by the Rev. H. B. Vlnson. Their attendants were Mrs. Nell Oaw.sou, Thomas Eldrklge, Miss Merle Holly and Robert Ovcrlm, all of Memphis. 4 Mrs. Price ^s the former owner Of tho Lhndy's Beauty Shop iKre-lh Blythevllle nnd Mr. Price is coii- ncclcd with the Commercial Appeal in Memphis. They are making their home'lyt 366 Carroll Street In Memphis. I Altar Society Fo'r Business Meets Session The Catholic Allar Society met Mondhy at the School Hall tor a business meeting with 15 members present. The Rev. Paul Bujarski opened and closed the meeting with prayer. During the business session all booth chairmen for the Christmas Bazaar to be held Dec. 3, at the Legion Hut were nskcd to tie present each Monday for the meettmr. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Anna Rice. R. A. Friend Elected Speech Club President R. A. Friend has been elected president ol the- Speech Club at Blythevllle HlRh School. Others elected to serve with him are Miss Peggy Barker, secretary and treasurer; Miss Kathcrlnc Wcstbrook. social chairman; and Miss Evelyn Hatcher, reporter. Sponsor for the group Is Miss Betty Boyd. ZELLNER'S Coming Events Social Calendar THUllSDAY Club 28 meeting Thursday night. Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sterna phi meeting with Mrs. Gilbert Hammock at 2:30 pin. Mrs. R. 3. Harris, Mrs. Recco Woolen ami Mrs. J. F. Johnson entertaining; with a miscellaneous shower honoring Miss p»ndori» Wliilworth, bride - elect of Jack Owen, Fidells Sunday School Class of First Baptist Church meeting, 7 p.m., with Mrs. Chester Nabers and Mrs. J. L. Nabers at Chester Nabers home at 1026 Walnut St, Thursday Luncheon Club—Mrs. E. li. Cicc. Thursday Contract—Mrs. F. B. Joyner. Jolly Eisjhl Club—Mrs. cleo Wrnn. G. N. B. Olub—Mrs. Norvillc Humphrey. v Octette Club—Mrs. R. C. Hose* Mkl-Weck Club—Mrs. H. H. lloiichins. FRIDAY Women's Club Executive Board meeting for Luncheon at club house al 1 p.m. followed by program at 2:30 p.m. . Mrs.'R. A. Hcrryman entertain-' Ing with n party complimenting Miss Shirley Barham, hrlde-clccl of Rouse Harp. C.B.O. — Mrs. Paul Byuum. Civic Calendar Thursday Rotary Club — 12:10 p.m. Friday FOOTBALL: Senior High Chicks vs. Batcsville there. Junior High Pnps vs Little Rock here. Osceo/o f vents THURSDAY Mid-Week Bridge Club, Mrs. 0. C. Bowen, 2:00 p.m. Ktwanls Club, Elementary School,' 7:00 p.m. FRIDAY Two Table Bridge Club, Mrs. D. Fred Taylor Jr, Livestock ST. LOUIS NATIONAL STOCKYARDS, Nov. 12 <UPJ—(USDAl — Livestock: Hogs 11,700 salable 10.909; weights 180 Ibs. up 26 lo mostly 50c lower than Tuesday's average or 25c higher than Monday. Lighter weights 25 to 60c under Tuesday, but steady with Monday; sows steady to 25c under Tuesday, or 50c above Monday. Bulk good and cholco 180 to 300 Ibs. 25.25; several loads 25.35-25.50- top 25.50. 100 lo 180 Ibs. 24.a5-25.25; 130 to 160 Ibs. 22-24; 100 to 120 Ibs. If)..' 21; sows 450 Ibs, down 23.75-25- over 460 Ibs. 22.25-23.50. Cattle 6,000; salable 5,000; 'calves 2,500; , nil salable. Modest supply ot Bits of News Misses Eva and Helen Williams of West Memphis spent several days here this .week as jjuesU'i of Miss Irene Crowder. Mrs. J. n. Williams and son, floimlc. are spending the week In Memphis as uucsl.', of her mother, Mrs. M. BiKEon and family. Mrs. Max Koenlgslmrx of Denver, Colo., spent Monday with her brother, Walter Rosemhal and Mrs. Hoscnthnl, who motored to Memphis Sunday, to meet her. Mrs. Fiske Miles and daughter of Chicago, III., arrived loday for a visit with her parents, Mr. »nd Mrs, C. W. Raincy. Mr. ami Mrs. Jack Hclmkc of New York, N. Y., spent loday with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rosenlhal. Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Allen left yesterday morning lor an extended vl.ilt in Albuquergue, N. M. En route they will stop In Hot Springs, Ark for a visit with Mrs. Aliens' parents, Mr. ami Mrs. B. B. Nally until Friday. Mrs. John Tabor, who has been .visiting her sister; Mrs. W. F. Brewer and Dr. Brewer, returned yesterday to her home in Dallas, Tex. Mr. and Mrs. Jlnimlc Sanders ami iliuighlcr, Maty Lou, Jell Saturday for Atlantic City, N. J. where Mr Sanders will attend a Bottlers Convention. They will then i;o to New York City before returning home In two .weeks. Mr. and Mrs. .E. Harbcr and daughter, Belly, spent the weekend In Paragould with Mrs. E. H. Barnett and family. Mr. and Mrs. E. B, Thomas have returned after spending several days hi St. Louis-. .Miss Cclcstla Swank attended a family reunion In Poplar Bluff, Mo., over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. u G, Thompson Jr., spent several days this week In cxien RS guests of her mother, Mrs. O. F, Clpoctncr. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Vrska. and daughter, Amelia, and Mrs. yrska's mother, Mrs! Cornelius Modlnger, spcnt.today.lri Memphis where they consulted a- specialist about the 'baby. Mrs. Jack 15. McMUVhi., the former LovctU Whltehcad of Manila, now Is a resident of Oklahoma City avl rsldcs ct 2212 Southwest Twenty-fourth Street. Mrs. M. O. Usrey left yesterday for Greenwood, Miss., where she plans to spend several weeks with her daughter Mrs. Odcll Sanders and Mr. Sanders. Among the Blytheville people who attended the funeral for Harry Jop- linc Hale in Osceola this afternoon were, -Mrs. James B. Clark, Mrs. Q. W. Dlllahunty, Sheriff William Berryman, Hnrvcy Mortis, and Miss Elizabeth Blythc. .: • , •"• Mrs. a. W. Dlllahunty, Mrs. Waller Driver of Osceola, and Mrs. J. F. Rowland spent yesterday 'In" P»ra- goul.rt as guests of Mrs. Frank Potter cattle Includes about 30 loads of steers, with receipts rushing approximately 40 per cent cows. All classes meeting active Inquiry at GIFTS VALUES follow me to PAT 0' BRYANT . '7S Diamond engagement ring;,l4K gold mount ' Ladies' lovely "limrjr.icc- ablc"17-Jcwc! Bcnms. Diamond Sei I.ockcis or Crosses. Carmen expansion bracelet. PAT 0' BRYANT JEWELER Main at Second Phono 3261 "Y" Club Will Sponior Playlet at School '•Hawaiian P»r«(ils« ' Kite", a pliylct, will b« sponsored-by the Senior Til-HI-y, Nov. 24 and 26, at the High School Auditorium It was announced today by Miss Alice Sallba, .sponsor. The play will be of the same order of the "Wandcrln' Gypsy " whfcli was presented last year and will feature selected talent trom the High School, under the direction of Mrs, Eddie Sallba Part or the proceeds of the pro- Brain will go to the World Youth Fund, Miss Ballba stated. Committee chairmen who have! been appointed by June Stlrc.s, president, arc Nancy Damon, program- Mary Dowdy, decorations; Uonna Bohannlng. food; Prances Dowdy publicity, and Mary Jo ROM, tick- els Schools Will Haye Daily Radio Programs The Blythevllle School District has begun sponsoring a radio program each afternoon from 2-30 to 3 o'clock over KLCN. This program is both educational and entertaining nnd l.i put on especially (or parents of school children. It was announced today by -Miss Betty Boj r d, director. At The Hospitals UI.V11IKV1LLK HOSPITAL Admitted: Jean Smith, Horncrsvillc, Mo. Mr.s. Joel E. Gilliland, city. Mrs. Mlttle Wilson, city. Dismissed: Mrs. Orln Alexander, city. , Walter Lee Bell. Dell. Mrs. Harry N. Whitls and baby, city. , Mrs. Dick. Burns, city. Harry C. Scatterday. city. Births: Born to Mr. and Mrs. Olan Faughl, city, a son yesterday. Born to Mr. and Mrs. J. w. Lawler, city, a daughter yesterday. Born to Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Rambo, city, a son last night. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Bail Redden, Cooler, Mo., a son yesterday. WALLS HOSPITAL Dismissed: H. Bctti, City. Mrs. C. L. Whittle, Roseland. Dickie Green, Hi. 1, City. Tommy Harrison, City. Bonny Wllklus, Steel, Mo. Mona Sue Talklngton, Hayll. Mo. Methodist HosplUl, Memphis Birlhs: Born lo Mr. and Mrs. H. O. For- resler, Osceola, a son. Ruth Milled Tuesday's advance or 25 lo 30c higher than Monday. Several loads and lots of good to top good steers 25.5030; with medium kinds 23-24; good heifers and mixed yearlings 24-2S, with medium kinds around 1650-4.V Good cows 16.50-17.50; common and medium beef cows 13-15.50; canncr- and cutters 9.50-12.50. We the Women BY RUTH MILLETT NBA Staff Writer 'Our apartments and houses arc so compactly planned there is no room in the family group for dependent old parents, except the living room couch where they are ill the wa>,' says a New York woman In a money-raising appeal for n home and hospital for the aged. She is right, of course. And there' arc plenty of oilier draw- hacks In the modern trend toward cramped, compact little houses. TJhrrro's no room for Papa or the children In the efficient little kitchen, so Mama spends just (is little time In it as possible. The compact little house has discarded the dinning room as so much waste space. When a family sits down lo a meal In the little dream house, a Kate-leg table h:-.s to be set up in the living room and dinner is hurried. The neat little Iwo-Dctlroom hoiise looks adequate to the couple with only one of tivo children. But it doesn't allow for growth. NO DEN FOR I»AI) And, of course the campact little houses don't offer any place where a member of the family can get off by himself. So, at niglit Papa yells. "For the last, lime, will you be quiet!" at the kids and, in the daytime, Mama keeps telling WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1947 Installation Service Held at U. D. C. Meeting OSCEOLA, Nov. 11, _ The Dr. I James Franklin Da vies Chapter of United Daughters of Confederacy met yesterday afternoon for installation or officers, at, Ihe home ol Mrs. j. H. Hook and Miss Adele Hook. Mrs. Alma Harnden was Installed ! as president and others who will I serve with her are Mrs. J w Miller, first vice president; Mrs.'John W. Edrington, second vice president; Mrs. Charle.s LcsUvlch secretary; Mrs. Tom Willltt, treasurer- Mrs. Bryan Burkett, historian- Mrs- Ella Harrison, registrar. Mrs. Eurkelt of Bassett, retiring president, was principal speaker using as her topic "The Day For Remembrance". Hostesses for the occasion were Mrs. Harry Matlock, Mrs. j. H. Love-well, Mrs. Margaret Barblcrsi Mrs. Dan Hamner, Mrs. John Whltestde, Mrs. John W. EdrliiE- lon, and Mrs. S. L. Gladlsh. the Hall. By order of Mix Parks worshipful master. ' Olivet Commandery No. 20 will meet tonight at 7:30 o'clock »t the Masonic HalJ. Meeting Chlckasawba Lodge 134 F and A M will meet In regular communication 7:30 p.m. Thursday night at them. "No, you can't play In the house." There's no room for the old folks In the space-saving little house. And there's not enough room for the young folks, either. Paramount News ana snorU Continuous Shoving- 1:15 p.m.-U:0» p.m. Box Office Open* 6:30; Show Starts 6:15 I-nst Time Today DOUBLE FEATURE Follow that Woman »ith William Oargan and Nancy Ktlly Dressed to Kill wilh Basil Ralhbonc * Nicel Bruce Thursday Friday ... ITI immaculately beautiful pitttrn: i pliin, graceful shift crowned wiin silver foliage. A plicc retting of six No passes honored on Sunday at Continuous Shows Sal. and Sun. Barfain Night Every Nlth> Except Cimtinuous Shows livery Day I!ox Office Opens 1:15 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN S:00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. the Roxy Last Time Today The Fabulous Dorseys with Jimmy »nd Tommy Dorsey and Janet Blair Also Short Subjects Cmilinuous Showing Every Day and Short Coming to the GEM THEATRE Blytheville, Ark. Saturday and Sunday Whirlwind Horsemen with Ken SlaynarS Cont'd Shows Sat. 12:30 to 11:30 Cont. Showing Sunday 1:30-11:9* Admission Adults 23c, Tax Incl. lINOADArWLlCQRNEl WILDE Dr.-ecttd by «*%* , 01 Kuigthorrt! |( LANGAN-RICHARD HAYDN -JESSICATANDY ANNE REVERE-10HN RUSSELL ^: v >* OITO PREMIER Prod-jced by ? WILLIAM PERLBERG from WM No**) ty Kathleen Winsor Ritz Theatre, Blytheville, Ark: 2 Days Only Thursday and Friday CONTINUOUS SHOWING Starting at 2 P.M. Malinee Prices—Acinils 75c. Tax Inc.; Night Prices — Adults 51.'20, Tax Inc.; Children 55c,'Tax Inc. Children 55c, Tax Inc.

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