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. - r PAGE TWO BLYTIIEV1LLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS DpJi.Show Parly Amuses Te,n-Year-01d Guests Donna Dedmaii greeted her dressed, ns n colonial doll IjwIHi'her long blond curls and party f-hpek. when her mother. Mis. R L. |Dedmim. cnteitaincd with n doll I show in honor of her loth birthday Saturday afternoon tit her home; , A ( group of 11 classmates came wilh Ihelr dolls to be judged for first, second and third prizes. Kirs. , George W. Earhiun ilia Mrs. wnrren- Moxley were Judges of the dolls with ribbons awarded 'to Jojn. Meyers cor Ihe prettiest doll, - MUUceiit. Ann. Bradley, second, and Martha Ann Foster, third. Patty Jo Westbrook won first for 'the most comical doll, Mrs. Bar- Iiam for second. Jonn Meyers received "first "for " the largest doll, Millicent Ann Bradley, second, n'ld Kav Lunsford, third. Tlie, hostess won first honors for he smallest .doll, less than an inch ong. Joan Meyers was second and Pally Jo Westbrook. llilrd. Polly .Sue Moore won first for he cutest doll, .jimmie Lee Moore, second, and third went to Kay Lunsfprd. Largest collection' award went to toan Meyers, P.itty Jo Westbrook was second and Donna Dcdma'.i wa£ third. Oldest doll honors wont lo Donna ; Dedinan and dall wiiit-sill won the cutest costume went lo Judy McGall,, whose doll was. dressed ns she-was for Ihe party; second went to iinnn Meyers and third to Patty Jo-Westbrook. The Dedmar. home was decorated |iu dolls of all description with pink and white color theme used. ,Tlie. table, from which ice cream it" cake were served,-had an nr- rnngcment of a flower garden with colored electric light? for Ihe cen- rioil, dressed in pink and white with a basket On her arm. was. In the garden to complete the centerpiece, designed by Jean FJeel- mnn, 15-year-old sister of (he lios- Bavors Of miniature candy suckers--dressed as dolls slood at the >lat£.s. The birthday cake was iced in ...pink with tiny cnruile dolls forming a circle around the top. The doll theme was carried out in fjl of the games with prizes t'o- ing-to Polly Deer for saving the most "drowning dolls," Jimmie Lee Moore won the prize In the word contest and Milliccnl Ann Bradley dressed the cutest doll, given ns n gilt Ho each child. 'Miss. America' Contest Judge Praises '46 Biyiheville Entry The "Miss America Contest" of last Fall, is over but the verdict still is dlsciiESfrt frequently. Miss Vyvyan Donner, fashion director of Fox Moxietone and chair- mail of Hie judges who will scleel the 1341 Maid of Colton in Memphis, was oncer to discuss Hint contest fo)l<,w:nt; her arrival In Memphis for tonight's judging. She said she still was wondering whether Illylheville's Dcbccca McCall should not have been first. Instead of second, when all (he votes were counted. Enthusiastic over Ihe niylhcvlljc Bill'* personality nnd charm, as well as beniity. she said that pcr- .sonalily and cliarm can create an illusion lo miike a girl appear benuliful, jn her opinion. A judge In the Atlantic City contest seven times, (his beauty expert said, "Some can be petite beauties, others Uie athletic typo Hazel On-eli Bride Of Joe D. Iglchearl Mrs. Hnw?l orell Shinii announces Die marriage of her; daughter. Miss. Carolyn Fla/el Or-' . roll, to Joe Donald Iglchearl ot Dell. I The wedding was solemnised Dec. 21 at the Pilgrim Lutheran Church by Ihe Rev. Robert p. \ic- ger. pastor. [ The- bride wore n black wooicn and still others Ihe raving beauty, but none of thorn will gel by if she doesn't have the charm and personality". When Miss Donner is Judging tonight's lieaniies, "Miss Amcrlea Number two" will be on hand lo watch Iliis contest, but. a.s a spectator as s!ie did not allow her name to be enlered. Mis.s McCall will be °n guest nl the finals, escorted liy .J. T. sud- bury. wliose efforts in creating interest here resulted in n "Miss Bly- tlicvllle" contest last Summer in which the 10-year-old beauty was winner before winning the state contest Jiud then the first rnn- ncr-np award in the nalionai competition. When Mis.s Donnec .serves tonight, tills will he Ihe second time siie lias judged a Hlytheville girl. Miss Gall Avis Elch is one of (he 20 girls chosen from photographs ! entered !o try for Ihe finals. Slaudia Andei'sbn Wed fc|R. B.:Wallace Here arid Mrs. W. L. Anderson lannqunce the. marriage of their ghter. Miss Claudia Anderson, son the late Mr. Iduii |(o TR. B. Wallace. |J. Ji. Wallace and WnUace. •Hie wedding was solemnised 3ec, 14.'by. the Rev. Curtis Dow.is, t Jiis home. J>frs. Ralph Caudle was matron f honor and Ralph Caudle served s best man. * The bride wore a grey bustle tylfe suit with biack accessories, Nelson Rockefeller and Edward It. SU'ttjnius. .Jr., among, statesmen: Gruver Whalen and Guv, Earl Warren, in polities; Art , Mooncy :>nd Michael BartlcH from the •.•nto:-- tainment flelci; Joseph Lewis, author, and Richard Killmar, tliea'.- rical producer, for tile arts. At The Hospitals Itlylhevlllc Ilosiiltal Admitted: Kenneth Corey. Manila. L. M. Houston. Dell, ; Dismissed: Mrs. M. O. Gancy, Osceola. William Hutchlnson, city. I.iu-lle Swlfl, city. I .nun Jean Wells, clly. Mrs. It. li. Caj-le and hnby, Lnx- ora. Mrs. w. W. Powers. Manila. Colct Parker, city. Walls Hospital Oismi.ssed: Hnxut Kay. Rt. 1, clly. Mrs. ijlla Bradley. Stcele. Mo. Mr.*, w. G. Peyton, city. Hnlierl lf.a white, clly. W. A. Afflick Jr., city. Mrs. n. N. Lewis and baby, Manila. Memphis iSnptlst Hospital A'lmitled: Mrs. Mary Turner. Wilson. Mrs. T. V. SchooimvfT, Bragg City, MCI. Pi'KKy Grosser. Cnruthersvlllc, Mo. Born lo Mr. and Mrs. O. Oirlcy. Etmvfih. a daughter. Memphis Mrliioilisl Hospital Admitted: Tlie Rev. r. M. sweet, Manila. Horn lo Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ho!Us, llayti. Mo., n son. jArs. Hill Guest Speaker 'For Program oh India Divorces siiit.,with n touch of rose In Uie trimming, nnd a corsage of roses. Osceola Physician To Address PTA's Dr. L. D. Masscy of Osceoln. long ncllvo In the Mississippi Chmtyjby lier niece from Indin. during Medical Society, will be gu?M.| her several years slay there, in speaker Wednesday afternoon lor which she will tell of the customs n Joint meeting of the Ccntrall In .marriages, funerals and other Elementary and Junior High Par-1 such occasions. cut Teacher Association, lo be held' She also will show souvenirs at Ihe junior high auditorium. i brought her from India reflecting When members of First presrjy- lerlau Church gather Wcdnosdiy night, at the church for the .set- olid "Family Nighl" supper and program on India. In the amvml Foreign Missions study, they will hoar n guest speaker. Mrs. James Hill Jr. will r-".vo oxcerpls from a letter written nor He is expected lo discuss public culture in this country wiich needs sanitation and oilier health con- Christianizing so greatly thai mun- clitlons of Mississippi County. | erous churches are trying to as- Mcclings of the executive boards sist in the work. Adult members of Ihe Presbyter-Inn families will also hear Mrs. L. S.. Hnrl/og review a porlion ol i Uie book ''India At the Threshold" when she will lei! of Ihe women's home life (here. Children, also invited to attend, will have supper with grownups before 'going into a special will be held in separate groups, beginning nt 2:30 o'clock. Lutheran Club Meets For Fellowship Program The Fellowship Club of Pilgrim Lutheran church met Inst night for another evening of fellowship and fun. Weldon ••• Nebel highlighted the evening with a brief talk, revealing little known facts about the early life of Dr. Martin Luther, af- if Mrs. 'e?r whom ntt Lutheran churches are named. Mr. Ncbel has made Ihe study of Luther's life his hobby, and he promises more interesting features in the npxt of his series of talks on Dr. Luther nt the February meothi: lib,' a led, a corsage of roses. She ci>r- lace-trimmed hn'ndkcreuiei f her late maternal grandmother. Her attendant wore an ensemble accessories and of the Fellowship Club add their names to its :if Clue with brown corsage of roses. A~rcception, for immediate ffiin- ies'of the bridal couple and r.uist ntimate friends, followed Ida redding. The bridal couple has returned rom a weddding trip to points of Vlississippi, Alabama, Georgia imft iouth Carolina and now at home n £lytheville. ^- * * * Arkansas To Be Studied At3).A.R. Luncheon Meet "Wonders of the Wonder State" vilL.be studied, tomorrow by me.n- bers- of the Charlevoix Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution, when the group meets nt llotel Noble.:for lunch and a program. Mrs. George Pollock is leader. Hostesses .will, be Mrs. Cliar'e Penn, Mrs.-W. A. Afflick and Mrs E. B. Wondson. , jjptjy Eight Club Meets Mrs. Graver ' Wren entertained .her-Jolly Eight Rook Club Thurs- ipay^afternoon when she served a IfandOTch plate to refresh trie • quests after playing cards. Ij Mrs. Neville •Blakemorc won Guests who will raster are Mr. and Mrs. Louis Zeller, Mrs. George McLeod and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hoffmann. Tlie Rev. Robert P. Jaeger led the social part of Ihe evening with a scries of competitive games. A "self-service buffet lunch" after the games concluded the affair. Nation's Best Dressed Men Selected by Judges NEW YORK, Jan.-" 13. (UP)— Tyrone Power and Adolphe jau were named the best drcsssd men of the screen in a poll rehMsid today by the Mavfair F'islron Guild. Jack Winter, director of the Build. said the 10 best dressed men named by the women ignored the "zcot suit" fashion in men's clothin emphasized "wife fetching " r.;>pi':\). The eight other men named were: igh, the hostess was second hi- ml Mrs. Harold Ilenson receired he rooko award. Jpupper will lie a. .,_,_,.:-,. | _..:hl : cach family takini; sn'of cnolce for Ihe meal to be served at B:45 o'clock and -he program to be concluded at 8:!, 1 ! o'clock, it was announced by Mis. Harvey T. Kidd. Foneign Missions chairman of the Woman's Auxiliary which is sponsoring the programs Ibis month. Divorce decrees granted during Chancery Court session here Friday and filed in the office ol Circuit Cjurl Clerk Harvey Morn:, follow: Carl Pnlmcrtrce vs. Bessie Lee 'Palmertrce; Hfizel Zolmnr vs. Hob- I erl Kelmar; Edith Mue Garrison I vs. James E. Garrison; Qiiin S Cockrel! vs. Clebiirn D. L. Coekrell; O. G. JolniFon vs. Sulla Johnson: Harold cook vs. Dorothy Cook Albert Phillips vs. Maiie 'L. Hiiil- !lps; Kdilh Slppel vs. Carl Sipacl; B?nrl 13. Wilkinson vs. Eitn Wilkinson; Herscliel Alexander Hatlie Jean Alexander; s. N. Hut- !er vs. Birdie Butler; Nora 73. !!at'.cy vs. James Halley; Murrow Potter vs Corlelln Potter. Harold D. Jaegers vs. Mabel fj JsiBBcrs; Tlielma Liar Johnson vs Frank Johnson; Walter M. Jaskota vs. Mary Jaskola; Katie I). iBullo vs. Fred Bullocks: LeVada Davi« vs. Hugli Davis; Lucille Cliilds vs Angelo Childs; Howard J. Anderson vs. Betty Jane Anderson- Bonnie Strickland vs. Clarence K Strickland; Shirley Hefner vs Howard E. Hefner;" James F wii- son vs. Minnie May Wilson; Tneh mn J.-aiie Bolin Vs. William- Bolin; -Bitty Jo Parmes vs. Cliatfei IJ.: Pannes; James Ford vs. Lcttiffi' Shower .fompliments W. R. Middleton Family Mr. and Mrs. William Russell Middleton and family lost ih?lr home by fire Dee. 28 and so the Dogwood Home Demonstration. Cub planned a shower for lhr>m ] Friday night nt the club house. Many gift.s for "keeping house' were tendered the parents ana MONDAY, JANUARY 13, 19-17 Bits of News Mostly 1?iF Engaged ~*$$ Miss Mary Jo Hall is In St. Louis for .several days on a Spring bujinf: trip for Tlie Tot Shop. M:s. J, K. Garner nnd her el; u^liter-in-law, Mr.s. Gene Oiirner, of Grcc'ii'iVood. Mis.s., spenl Knt- urelay nliihl here: wilh Mr, nnd 'Mis. Tom A Liule mid family. Mrs. C):nnci p is a sister of Mr. Little. Mr. mid Mrs. Odcll Sanders t;f G] (I'MUYood, -Miss., spent Saturday nitjht uilh Mrs. Sanders' mother, Mrs. M. O. U.sioy, and family. 'M:s Liui. Wilson and daughter. Mi;:.s Aiinn Lau Wilson, e>l MCJII- phis spent the weekend here with Mrs. Wilson's mother. -Mrs. IJan Stout, nitd family. I/'jut. Comdi 1 . John Loy Bishop and Mr.s. Uishut), line of Mrinphi.s have returned lo b^ guests of Mrs. I;lsh<;j'.s jKirents, Mr. nnd Mrs'. Tom 1-'. Miirtin, while awaiting Comiriuule.- Hisho|>'.s orders. He ex- lj;cts to be sent to Berkeley, ejalii.. as :n\ instructor. Mrs. Albert Knderlin spent the werki'jul w lt)i friends in Memphis, where she formerly resided. Mrs. Dora Stubljlefield of Hnra- gould, lionit ViemoMstrntion agent of Greene.' County, was guc.st ol Miss Cora Loc CJolcmnii today while attending to [msitie.s.s. | Mr. nnd Mrs. O. N. Hawkins! spent yesterday in Memphis as! aut'sis of their daughter, Mrs. I 1 '.! E. Jours, and Mr. Janes, and tliuir : two sous, Joe Baird and Tommy! Hftukins, j Mr. and Mrs. Frod M:Ghec visit-! ed trlend.s yesterday in C'aruthers-i vil'r, Mo. Mr. i;,,d Mrs. Ebb Spradliiy left yesterday morning to drive to Ho- cliciter. Minn., nhcre Mrs. Sprad- icy will undorijo examination sit Mnyo Clinic. ! Mr.s. j. n. Husband Jr., under- ' wejnl an appendectomy Saturday nt '. WalLs Hospilnl. Mrs. C. L. Moore of Osceola spe:it yesterday here willi her sister. Mrs. c 1 . E. pat ley, of Memphis, who is ill at Waits Hospital. Mrs. c. 13. Paltey of Memphis, slrickon ill while visiting her ;.is- ler. Mrs. R. c. Hose, is improving. She is at Walls Hospital. Mrs. Sam H. Williams is .m- proved aflcr having been ill more than a weeft. Her mother. Mis. C. K. Welch of Memphis, is with her for several days. Two of the notion's most socially prominent families will be united May 31 with marriage in Washington, D. C,, of Anne Moen Ilullitt, above, to Nicholas Duke Biddle, according lo engagement iumounced by Miss DulliU's father, Wiliij.m C. Btilillt, former I). S. ambassador lo France and Hussiu. Her fiance is the son fif Cul. Anthony J. Drexc! Uiddle, Jr., imd Mi-s. rVfiiry IJuko Uiddle. of Philadelphia, I'a. Ford. name pos^es- their month-old daughter. Because n o one was at when Ihp fi, c started, all .stalls were lost. The fire, believed to have ori"- inated from a hot water heater destroyed Ihe farm house in the Dogwood community. The Middlclons now arc wilh Mr. Middlcton's parents Mr -mci Mrs. Billy Middleton. Robber Beats Cls-k NASHVILLE. Tenn.. Jan. 13. (UP) —A 28-year-old roabcr who beat an elderly hotel clerk severely and rc^jcrl him of about $80 was in jail ibis morning charged with ro'aliery and assault with intent to murder. mice believed the man; Herbert !t>, is connected ^with recent station robberies also. They ,bt*(l him as saying. "I went 'out to r-et some dough and I made up my mind I was ROing to do it even if I had to kill somebodv to get it," PRESCRIPTIONS Fresh Stock Guamnteed F!«sl t'rle** Kirbv Drug Stores Coming Events TUESDAY Mrs. Melvin Halsell ciiterlalnniB Lc Neuva Bridac Club with siia lietti supper, G:30 p.m. U.A.n. meeting with Mrs. Charles Penn, Mrs. W. A. Affliek and Mrs. E. B. Woodson at Hotel Nnljle, 1 p.m. Senior High PTA meeting 3 ii.m., following executive board meelinc al 2:3(1. p.m. Tuesday Avalon Bunco Clul) meeting with Mrs. R. A. Shainlin. WEDNESDAY Central - Junior iliuh Harem Toucher r 'Association meeting al Jnrior 'High Auditorium, 3 p.m. preceded by sejjarate executive Joan! mcclings at 2:30 p.m. Mrs. Baker L. Wilson entertaining Wednesday Bridge Glut). Family Night Supper and Foreign Study program at First Presbyterian Church, 8:45 p.rm Town and Couulry club being entertained by Mrs. O. W. Mc- Cutchcn. THURSDAY . Mrs. J. o. Hucy entertaining Jolly Eight Club. Octette Club meeting wilh Mrs. Marvin Nnnn. Mrs. Harry W. Haines hostess to Blythcvillc's Baby Headquarters! The.. Tot Shop Midweek Bridge Club. G.N.B. Bunco Club meeting with Mrs. Jtjhn Tyrone. FRIDAY C. B, C. Jiridge euro meeting with Mrs. O. O. Elklns. HEADACHE Cj;>u.Iint (onfjiut *l ipt(iill r from bMi!:thr mil m-jiiljij, FoilOT' jiimion. on |ibil. TOO FAT? Get SUMMER this vitamin candy wny IfavL-n inor*: fkijiU-r. waci'ful lie- urc. Ni> (-xcrciriim;. 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Women from every section «! town, all parts of Cotmly, Southeast Missouri and from oil. so many places have found liiat our exclusive method of reduciiiK gets results. Yon take no medicines, exercise, no massage . . . all we ask is that you relax. Come in today for our series of trcnlmenls . . . feel wc-ll again! CALDWELL BEAUTY SHOP 311 No. Second St. Phone 2592 PRACTICAL . . . and pi-ctly loo! That's what you'll say when yon sue yourself wearing that exclusive Lnzicr smile! Lu/icr facials highlight the many tones in your complexion. Icavina it looking smooth and feeling so good! Come in loilay and try a genuine \,\\7.m- facial. THE BEAUTY CLINIC LET US GIVE YOUR CAR OUR COMPLETE MOTOR DIAGNOSisI WE'LL MAKE THAT CAR OF YOURS PERK RIGHT UP! WE MAKE MOTORS S/HG/ We srtccialuc m mn:o, lunc-up an.I omruul. 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