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. I Jerry Cohen, Bi'ide Arrive Here to Reside Mr: snd 'Mis. 1 Jfrry CoVien liavi arrived here to make their horn following thbliv marriage Jan. 2 at New'-Lono'an, Conn. Mrs. Cohei is the former Miss Huddy Horo witz, -daughter > of fir. and, Mrs Morris Horowitz, also of New London. The. "marriage, attended by n • number of guests fn.m distant ponlts. including the parents o the bridegroom, evil, mid Mrs. Samuel Jlmmle Cohen, was solemnized at Lighthouse Inn at 1 o'clock the afternoon; Rabbi Irving H. Perlman, of Congregation Beth E) Temple of Ncrt London, performed the double ring service. The .large room had been arranged with ah altar before s background or white find - green A I'a'n-shapsd retting of greenery interspersed with clusters of white gladioli and carnations, extended into a canojiy, beneath which, the bridal cdiiple pledged' [he vows. A program of nuptial music was preseplcd with Mrs: Celia .Belmaii of .WiUlniantic, Mass., as vocalist. •Mrs. Richard B. Horowitz ol Floral Park, L, ;.,'sister-in-law ol thev bride, 1 was matron of honor. Ship.'.wore a formal frock of aqua crepe 'and carried HP. arm bouquet, of .-pink, snapdragons. .,. The,, bflde, given in manjage by .herAfathe'iv-wore a wedding gown of ivhito, mousscllnc de soie, design•ed fWjtli. a-.bodice of rosepoljit la^e and ."bdutfanr skirt. Her veil ol illusion was shirred to a band ol 'roscpolnt lace v.-hich formed a halo ; She-; carried a white satin Bible . adorned' with n cluster of a white .orchid, itephanotis and salin rib= bon streamers. : Stanley Segan of Philadelphia roommate of th 0 bridegroom at Cornell University, jthaca. N. Y., wsjs his bsst man. Ushers were Dr Paul Handler and Arthur Concors, also classmates of the bridegroom, ancl.Rojcrt Kaplan of Ne-.v London Following tlie ceremony, there was a reception and dinner. Along with . the bridegroom's parents, also nre- ,!>en.were his two grandmothers, • of New Yo:k City, and a mur.oer oljother relatives end friends Air.. Cohen and his .bride went !w at- , "f , . .^-» "'HI til ^ '-JI ItlC ;°:.llomks..qf. .Florida anu Ne llieir-homc- at 511 Delmar. a ho brldo.aitcnded Williams Me- morialjinslilute and was graduated liom Larson -Junior College Nc- Have». conn, where she b^am^;' member of Phi, Thcta Kappa na- •^S-j^&sr'xSi. 1 Bride of Jerry Cohen Bits of News COURIEK JIKWB , Mrs. Gill Hostess Methodist Group V •' Mrs, Lester Dili was hostess yesterday &f(ernoon to the Womsn's ?=aety of Christian Service of DO) Methodist Church. Oilier than members attending. there was Shcpparrt, a guest, Miss Vailima Afrs. jerry Cohen, (lie former Miss Huddy Horowitz, dauclUe,- ot D-- niid Mrs. Morris Horowitz, of New London, Conn. v''^ r nu ? e p,.^!!! nt? !Couple Observes 50th Anniversary V. S. C. S. Program Mrs. O. IS. KiHidscn hud charge f tlie program on "Children of the Vorld—the Negro Race" presenlrd lonelily afternoon at the Woman's ociety of Christian Service of the Tlist Methodist Church meeting nt he church. Assisting Mrs. Knudscn were Mrs. V. H, Campbell and Mrs. John Mils'; 1lllc.iv ' As a part of the program, he Negro ttlee Chili of William li larrison School saiig. • Mrs. Knudscn led In prayer. Hostesses during the social hour vere Mrs Millej-. A!rs. A. o. Hurton, Mrs. H. L. LogRins, Mrs. ll-j- and Green, Mrs. Fred Warivn, Mr* i. H. Orenr. Mrs. B. D. . ~-« ""til tiii; UOiMlllDil Tfni ' ' .-.-«. ».. ._., i *,*HH,TUH varsity School of Denial and On't, Ml ' S ' • Gcor B c L «' Ws- Rny Hall. Rn """- - u - 11 ""•- Clara Davis, Mrs. Campbell. J. L. Ciunn and Mrs. M. C. _. ---j uu .,w u , ui ueniai nnd Onii>r ^e^^^^-fhe^l 1 her «,;(.,*.,„,'.. , 01 ? ? na following ;,,„, Jllnc Webb. T-Scrgt. nobcrt L. nun, arriveo yesterday from Pali-field, Calif., to spend several days here with Mis Holt's parents, Mr. and Kirn. .\i E. Cook and family. Sergeant aim Mrs. Holt nnd their son are making their homo at FalrfleUt while he is stationed at'-Si'ilsnm Army Air Base. Miss Maifha Ann • Bunch, with her aunt. Mrs. A. D. Fielder ancv Mr. Fielder, have gone to Orlando. Fla.. to visit Mrs. Fielder's son, Charles Holmes, and family lor several week*. They Will visit other points In Florida before reutnilny home. Mi'.-i. Mike nomliolfiskl has returned to her • libme in < Dext'srJ Mo., after a successful operati'.n at Baptist Hospital In. Memphis I Mrs. F-iossie Hill, li In Memphis this week to undergo treatment ai a clinic. She WHS motoicd there by her mother, Mrs. A. J. Canadu, and brother, Orovcr Canada/ Edgar Stacy Jr.,'Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Stacy O f Dell, Methodist. Hospital -to -undergo a ' i major operation. His mother Is with : him. - | Condition of Mrs' G. E Keck I who has been 111, Ls much Improv- etl. she Is able to be up. Mrs. Theodore Logon went to Memphis yesterday 1 0 undergo a check-up at a clinic. She plans to be in Memphis several days She was accompanied there by Mrs John Foster, who returned home last night: • Mrs. H. L. L amb returned home last night after spending Sunday I and Monday in 31. LoU !s where she I coii.'.uited her physician. Mrs. Leonard Johnson and and Mrs. Fred McOhee and I'Fcnt yesterday In Memphis. Mrs. R. R. Grctjnway, president, had cliargf of the program and Mrs. n, G. Edwards led the worship service on -Your Master Proclaims." Mrs. Mavis Setllemlrc discussed "Children ol One World." Oecoiallons lo carry out a valen- luic jnolff were used. The hostess served a salad plate. At The Hospitals Mrs. Earl Carter, cltv. Bobby Lou Haller, Dell Born to Mr. and Mrs. G n Eagle, city, a daughter yeslei-lay Earn to Mr. and Mrs. I, ' w Godwin, city, a son yesterday ... IT.™ '« Mr- and Mrs." Lcbarn Mlddleton, city, a daiiRliier ves- lay. ' ' JJismlsscd: Jennie Echols, city Leroy Barber, city. N. J. Whitby, Maiiila. Walls'Hospital • pismlssed: i .. , . . hatyNyta-. & HufUhOU »'' ' «'" Bill Barber, Manila Mrs. Clint Anderson, city William Gaboon, steelei T . WKDNKSDAY, FEBRUARY 1U, 1041 Miss Norm* Joy Wallace |Honor LuXOrQ Wed to Leachyille Man ! n . , r , ^ .,,. . . (Bride-Elect With Of interest In North Mississippi | _ County Is tlie announcement made I VVO by Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wallace' • of Monette of the marriage of their ; LUXC'SA. Ark.. Fib. 12,-Miss daughter Miss Nornia Joy Wnl-( chJsline C.iM'erl, Miss Maxine flu lace, to John Frank Bearden Jr., ; Birry, Miss Emma Lee Kinnimer •son of Mr. and Mrs. John p. Heard- ,110 Miss Gret:hen Barnes enter- en of Leaehville. 1;:iric< j 24 gucsis ln t jie high school Thi; "jreddlnK was solemnized ncmc cconomi:s cottage Friday Feb. 4 at tlie home of the bride- I »'S''t honoilng Miss Billie Lang'•'--, bride-elect ol Leonard F. El- grooin's graiuliiarciits, Hie Key. and Mrs. R, E. L. Bearden, with tile Rev. Mr. Bearden officiating. Only members of • the Immediate families of the couple were present. The bride wore n dressmaker suit of brown wool with accessories In brown and.winter white, Her cor- was of while carnations. The living room was decorated with low crystal bowls of red carnations which, made a pleasant setting for the bridge games. Miss UHsy Silllrnan was given high score prize and traveling priz?. Mrs. John Ford Mrs. eBardcn was graduated j i verelvur a crystal egg plale for low -. _ „,, ,.n.i fciuuu.iicrw from Monette High School and now is a student at Arkansas Slate Col- she Is mu- lege, Jonpsboro where Jorlne I,, niuslc. Mrs. Bearden was graduated Leaehville ana vcas graduated irom Baylor School in Chattanooga. Csceola. Term., where i ie received scliolas- ' tic and athletic honors. He later attended Hendrlx College, Conway, and no»- l s a studerit n t Arkansas State College, ills major is In agriculture. guests. The bride-elect was pre- a silver vegetable dish. etn 'Ballew, second 'o White, and Afrs. Dane The brklcfjromn had measles just Hirec days after, he married Miss Mary .Maude I.emonds f>0 years aim which proves that measles nuy wreck n honeymoon but have iw effect on the marriage. t4/-.»i_ Mr. and Mr s . McHafie.v arc still I "'*« Luncheon, Shower Mr sou Bride-elect Honored .The-'bridegroom". i, In lain i ™«lfed nianys;ho- H-v,riV. 1. nofs ' Valedictorian of liia •Hieh^'lf , Class fro "' B'-rtl.eville High School, he was awarded Aval on Club Guests Of.Mrs. Paul Mahon . . . married and celebrated ini-ir Oolden Wedding anniversary n-i, in ill. their home on route' Jlnx't- near Illythovlllc, when CO rrl,i>in-'- ind friends were t'litcrtaincd witli a flmncr party and other frierd- '•vci-e guests, at an informal r ec"p- tion In the afternoon. Pour generations of the Mc:Hafley family were prcacnWor the occasion. Prom out ot town were Mr McHaftey's sisters. Mrs. C K Smlt.ii nnd Mrs. EI.'H. McCorfl. both c- = Boonevlllc, Mi's. T. A-.' Dflworlli, her , — - - .-••., (muyhler, Mrs. J. w. Fugler .,, J( | white carnation corsage Jon. T. Newton Dihvorth, and' Mis ! Mls ^ M «ssey was presented a Dihvorth, of Memphis; Mr. and Mi's! | sll , v f'" b °J. 1 : 1> on dish by" the hostess. OSCEOLA. Ark., Feb. 12 -Mrs O. E. Massengiii entertained Miss Clmrlinc Mnsscy 'nicsdny with a three-comsc luncheon at herho-ne on West Hale Avenue. She Is 'lie brlile-cJccl of VV. W. Watson III The eight guests were seated nt the dining room table where slivr candle holders with white candles were used to decorate the lab'c An all-white centerpiece of carnations and moline 'was used aim at Miss Massey's place was a . Mrs'. Paul yesterday afte Marion was hostess , .- -—«~i,_ iiu \uis awarded a •"«•»"=•««> "m-rnoon to members ol ,,pi! n -, -Mu'len scholarship-to Cor- tnc Avnlon uuricc. club and one vm-sjtj. for four years. Up- Bucst, Mrs. C. T. Shamlin, at her iduation in 1943 nf(er home on West Kentucky. ; half years, hn rerpii'/i-i In cames. hlirh «r«vn ncivo u-nc 1 X It rr --^"tl'i.l.1, ..*...,,!,., imN.p '«,-"If 1 * 8 <la»Shters. Mrs. J d "'' s - jWnidham of Booncvllle; Mrs Mc' lMls 'HafTey's sister, Miss Daisy I em •""In. and her cousins. Mrs . on his graon n 1943 nf( •I'ree and a half years. j lc receive" l«e Fuentst Medal for Ihcliig c« accunitnalive averase in his college : ^o,k Graduating In civil engineering, ho was n. member of phi Kjp- pa._Pni, nntional scholastic Doi-or society, Tan Epsilon Phi fraternity nnti Chi Epsilon, national honorary society, in ciyil eiLSj;r.ecrin B . CommissIoneLi n, the United States Naval Reserve", he served three and a half years with the 'Atlantic Fleet, having been in charge of the maintenance of the was a lieutenant 'Air Corps. He „.„ „ , XMKl when . discharged lasts Summer 'A- partner with his 'father in the engineering and contracting [irr.i *,i • Cohert Company, the head office is located in Biythcvillc. Mrs.JameslWjr7~ Elected DAR Regent Mrs. James Hill Jr., was elected regent of the Chahrlevoix Chapter Daughters of tlie American Revolution, at a luncheon meeting yesterday at Hotel Noble when Mrs A M R. Branson, Mrs. p. B. Joyner and Miss Cordelia Wilhite were hostesses. Other officers to serve are Mrs Oeorge D. Pollock, vice regent; Mrs E. B. Woodson, recording secretary- Mrs. Charles Penn. corresponding secretary; Mrs. J. Louis Cherry treasurer; Mrs. Aubrey Conway custodian;-Mrs. C. F. Tucker, registrar and Mrs. W. T. Oberst, librarian- Mrs. A. G. Little, historian. .Of fleers'will be installed In a ceremony in May. Mrs. Joyner, retiring regent presided during the business session when officers were elected and plain made for delegates to attend the State Conference Feb. 27 and March 1 In Et Dorado. Mrs. R. C. Rose presented ttv- program on "Noted Sons of Arkansas." She discussed Arkansans who have become famous In variou fields. Valentine decorations in kcepir.-* vith the season-were used at th« luncheon. An. attractive arrangement of Spring flowers centered th: table. Favors presented each gues were_ unique crochet sewing kit shaped as hats containing need les, pins, thimbles and other sew ing equipment, which were mad' by. Mrs. Branson.. Club Is Entertained J*l« vera Goodrich was hostes. Monday night to the GEO Club and mother guest, Mrs. Richar Norton. In evening bridge games, high •core prize was awarded Ml&s boro- Iny Je«n Higginjon »nd bridge went (o Mrs J C. Ellis Jr. i Refreshments \vere served. . gaiiies, h'lgh score' prfee was awarded Mrs. A. C. Dlnncharcl. bunco went to Mrs. Gcorpc Diivnll nnd. low to Mrs. shamlin. Mrs. Pcn-y J s Wed To Ben D. Hamner " Mrs. Clara Perry and Ben D. Hamner were married in a ceremony Monday night, 8:30 o'clock. in the study of the Ticv. E. C. Brown, prislor of First Baptist "hurch, who officiated. Only immediate members of their unities were present. They in- ludcd Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hamner f Osccola and Mr. and Mrs Blaixl B erry of Lillle Rock. After the ceremony, Mr. and Irs. Hamner left [or n month's cdduig trip, following which they .'ill return to make their home oil innorcl Road. . s. rs. ciie Oanl nnd son, Murray, of Corinm M'ss., and the Rev. Homer Lemo ,ds "i"! fniiilly. of Keimett, Mo The afternoon's entertainment was begun with an Introduction "by S ' S ° f honors ' "'""Khter. Mrs The Rev. L G Miller New Liberty 'rta .' ' Sliippcn complimented . ..— i.L.^.^y wilh a miscellaneous I shower Monday night. The mantel was decorated with a delicate shade of pink flowers I -r, J. T. Hipp. pastor or 1 led a . Mr. Lemonds ' Church Circle Meets OSCEOLA. Ark.. Feb. 12— Circle "f "/ ' hc I 7 '"! Baptist church net Monday afternoon with M, S . Dwight Black-wood an Mrs Clarence Dean presided .1. the business session. Mrs. jettie Dnvrr *f briefly ami Mrs. J. J. Rooms d the devotional. -ours 0 hoslcss Mrvcd a dessert and (he Kev. H K 'T 1 '- At "'"""•• thc « "• V' IJk ' v!lls . Pastor of Lake Str Mcthod,sl Church, M1 ,vc the ln s and fern. In the dining room tall . silver candle holders white candles were used at each mid ol the lace draped table, in the center. pink carnations ami while snapdragons were arranged in n silver bowl. Four tables of of pitch were bridge and played ijy OTIC tlie ration. "holographs were made of th-: j celebration. ' / ,' rge of the program was in and Mrs %4$tea *&»• 'tt, «VU ^ttAatlUw •H^ttm^Ji '$• 'vo/^vutinw ««WMH ANO OTUMUtC I Rosas Are Rod Iris Are Blue Heaton's Will Send the Valentine Flowers tor You. here in Blytheville or Anywhere! Cut Flowers Pot Plants X^^Corsages Dish Gardens Colorful Window Gardens — Spring Bouquets Valentine's Day Is Friday Better call us now and give us your order for Girl Friend, Wife or Mother Phone 549 HEATON'S "S? f FLOWERS the pilch . game, was served. . f™™ '" "" c '' jurse Coming Events THURSDAY Mrs. Byron Mor,so hostess to Thursday Luncheon Clitb. Octette Club meeting wiih Mrs G. F. Tucker. 'Mrs. Gsorge Cunningham hustes<; to GNB Club. Mrs. Neville Blakemore host<•$<•• to Jolly Eight ciua. FRIDAY . CEC Orb meeting with Coinelius Scherer. eiioteii ;).itlern, Prlscilla. Out of town gucsvs were Mrs. L. O. Todd of Aususta, Da. Miss Geoi- zetle Haik of New Orleans, La., Mr.s. K M. calverL of Marked 1 Ti-oe Mi-3. Chester Danehower ol Miss Langstor: was Honored again Saturday afternoon by Mrs. B. W. Nlihnh of Arsnorel," Mrs. T. L. Str:nrorrt. Mrs. Tom Callis and Mrs. T. D. Wiltons of Luxora wlicn they cnierlaincd 32 guests at a dessert r.iirige in the Mirror Room at lite Noble Hotel. At Hie end ol the games Mrs. Grunt. CDll»r held high score. Miss E.'j.ma Lee ICinnimer .second high; Mrs. Mavis Sattelmeyer, third high and Mrs. A. B. Rozolle, low rcore. The li(ii:oree was given a i^ashua blanket, Cut of town guests were Mrs. P. Thompson and Mrs. Arthur Vance ol Annorel, Mrs. Fred' Fleeman and Mrs. prank Whitworth of Blythcvillc, Mrs. Gerald Edwards nnd M:s, Mavis Sattelmeyer of Manila. Mrs. 'Edward Teadford of Os-jeoli: and Mrs. Grant Collar ol Joiner. A VALENTINE That Means Beauty A Valentine's gift that is definitely unexcelled Is the famous ' ESKA COLD WAVE. Eska is the No. 1 cold wave of America and the reason is quite simple. Eska is giver, after a test curl is taken,, thus ;,i^ Miring you of the best wave evc-r! Not onjy that but Eska lasts longer than ordinary waves . . . up to three times Vs. long, savin;; you money and time. . Eska V. ; ' Exclusively at The BEAUTY CLINIC «« 1st Nat'l Bank BlirJg. Phone 3274 Malcolm Page O'N3al. grandson ol Mr. and Mrs. O, rl, Forrest, '11 with the measles. Conttntinn.s Slides ^ Kvcry Day ^ IJox Office Opcas . 1 :-\5 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KI.CN 8:00 a.m. p.m. . 4:30 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday Sqn-Quenfin with LawroiH'C 'l'iornf>' Selected Short Subjects Continuous Showing Kvcryitay Thursday anil Friday I/! STOLEN III' BRENNAN-RU66LES. Paramount News Also Shorls Contfnuoiu Showing Everyday ; Coming to the Rita ] Feb. 18, 19, 20 and 21 i'The-JoIson'Story" (In Teclinioolur) S(ari'in»- Larry Parks From Kirby's . . . Where All Your Needs Are Found .. For Him . . * . Seaforth Sets -. S2toS7 Hair Dressing Deodorant 10c each -•-"•---««..»...... Heart Box Candy S1.75 For Her i i Perfume-toilet, water i j Cologne-Bath powder in J Tobu - Lucien Lelong - Eliza! beth Arden - Lentheric - Coty ! ! Evening in Paris ! i i i Billfolds I by Amnity Enger Kress Hallmark Valentines 5c to Sl.OO Sheaffer Fountain Pens KIRBY DRUG STORES Main of 2nd — Broadway — Division Blytheville, Ark. Bui OITice OjiL-ns-6:45 Opens Sunday 1:00; SUirts 1:1S Continuous Shows Sat. anil Sun. 1 Bargain Niglil Every Nicht £xcrpl Saturday. No passes honored on Sunday ;il tllf! Itttxy.' Tuesday nnd Wedncsttiiy HOL'BLfi FEATURE Step by Step with Lawrence Ticruey and Ann Jeffreys Danger ^ Woman with Brclldn Joyce and Don I'oricr Thurs. & Friday DOUBLE FEATURE ALICE FAYE DANA ANDREWS LINDA DARNELL • ••* --;---ra FALLEU ANGEL A 2O* CiNTURY-FOX HCIUSE IACX H SWRMU «via MilliHAJili •. R!CmSO fOSAM . ClADOETTECOlBERr-DONAMKHE

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