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CARK.) COURLEK HEWS • Miss Martin Announces t>ate, Plans, for Wedding J Miss?Virginia Martin- today announced' the dfcte and plans for her jrtddlrift. to Leonard Thomas Old- h*m r ...-••. 1 Tlie < ceremony will be performed •f 11* o'clock oh the morning of March 8 at First Presbyterian Church,with the Rev. H. T. Kidtl, pirtor, officiating. • Miss Jane Branson will be the bridesmaid and Miss Martin's young "niece, Margaret Lou Nelson, wUl serve g^ junior bridesmaid. * Miss June Marie Gosnell, cousin of the tride-elect. will light the Cfindles. Ml$s Martin will be given in' marriage by her brother, Sterling Price Martin. , Wllbert L. oldhaiu, brother of the bridegroom-elect, will be his best man and ushers will be Henry G. Davis, cousin of Miss Martin. Elwood Deen and John c. McHaney HI. , J A program of nuptial music will De presented by Bernard A. Qooch, organist, arid George Hubbard, vocalist Dr. Nease Will Speak r^t Church of Nazarene ,^Dr. Orval J. Nease, former editor of the church school literature of the Church of the Nnznrenc aud prominent educator, will speak tonight, 7:30.. at the First Church of the Nazarene here. y * ~'" "~ >'no-n is louring > /-. -.... a. \- . tjuoit, ijittie Kock, district superintendent of the Ar- ^ansas District, Church of the Nazarene, will -also be present at to- ilght's service. Accompanying them will be the Key. J. W. Hcndrick- spn, pastor of Con way Church of the Nazarene, and the Rev. Harold Kiemel, pastor of the First Church of the Nazarene of North Little Btock. The public is invited, it wns announced by the Rev. L. w. Nas^i, .pastor. :i ',' - : * » * Mrs. Moore Hostess To Sunday School Class Mrs. Forrest Moore was hostess l Monday night at her home on Hlgh- ?ay 18 lo The Friendship Class of First Baptist Church. ff. During the business meeting. Mrs. W. D. Tommy was elected Group One captain and Mrs. Dorolhy Ferguson was elected to succeed Mrs. Clyde Newman, who has moved, ni vice-president. s The devotional, "Hands" was given by Mrs. JJ. L. Evans. 'Refreshments were served the nine members and one guest. Mrs. A. Stevens.' - • • • Birthday Party Honors indra Louise Lipford . "JT Mrs. Charles Lipford entertainca *t her home Monday afternoon ipith a -birthday party honoring her three-year- 61d daughter. Sandra Jiptiise. •' KThe eight children who were guests played games and later were served refreshments of ice Iream and ; cake. Each was presented a fjvor. . ..•'• ' j * « • Lloyd-Russell Rites Will Be Solemnized ; ; Mr. and ', Mrs. J.' A. Lloyd an- jiouncs the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Miss Betty Lloyd, to James Russell. The wedding will be sol- ((mnized March 16. -J;Miss Lloyd was gracTuated from Burdettc High School and is now employed a't Sterling Store. i' Mr. Russell attended Burdette High Sihcol and now is owner and operator ol the 'City Garage. ;.: • • • * History Class to Give Woman's Club Program Mrs. O. E. Quellmalz will prcs-nt students of her American History class at Blythevilie High School in a program tomorrow afternoon 2-30 o'clock, at -the Woman's Club for the 'regular club meeting. Also participating on the -iro- gram will be part of the Boys' Glee Club. • Hostesses for the program ,i,-,d Social session tomorrow will be Mrs Damon McLeod, Mrs. B. A. Bugg' ""' ' P. E. 0. Meeting Held At H. H. Houchins Home Members of Chapter D. p. is. o, Sisterhood,- were entertained yesler- day by Mrs. H. H. Houchins at her home, 1000 West Main, with a buffet luncheon, Mrs. C. P. Uambo presented n program on Cottey Junior College for Girls, Nevada, Mo,, which Is sponsored by the National P. E. o, Sisterhood. In addition to the 18 members present was an out-of-town guc.st, Mrs. T. S. Clemnions. of Charlotte, N. C., housegucst of her daughter, Mrs. C. W. Affllck. • • • Many Attend Stage Play In Memphis This Week Many Blythevilie people have attended or will attend a later presentation of Ilia singe production "Oklahoma" this week at Ellis Auditorium in Memphis. They include Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Henderson, Mr. and Mrs. Toby Long, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Huffman Jr . Mr] and Mrs. J. w. Adams. Mr. mid Mrs. L. E. Old Jr.. Mr. and Mrs Samuel F. Norris. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Borum, Mrs. D. c. Pafford. Mrs. Raymond Bomnr, Mrs. I. Rosenthal Miss May Dixon, Mrs. C. M. Gray, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. ace and son. E. B. Jr., Mr. and Mrs. w. H. Poise Mi's. Henry Lnyson. Also Mrs. F. E. Black. Mrs. w. J Pollard. Mrs. Marvin Robinson, Mrs ' Pred Child. Mrs. W. D. Chanibliti,' • "-•I Mrs. Louis Applebaiini' "rs. Rodney Bnhlster. Mrs. E L "ale. Mrs,. W. R. Campbell and others. Mrs: Langston Hostess To Bridge Club, Guests Mrs. Cleo Lnngslon entertained yesterday afternoon with n bridge party for members of Town and Bits of News Mrs. J. G. Sudbury had as her guests yesterday • Mrs. Jefferson Sherman and Mrs. J. M. Hughcy of Jonesboro, Mrs. Sherman and Mrs, Hughey accompanied their hu-i- bands, the Rev. Mr. Shcrinim and the Rev. Mr. Hughey. who altended the Jonesburo DisK-lcl Methodist pastors' meeting at the First McLh- odlsl Church here. Condition of Ira Lambert Jr., who underwent a tonstlectomy this week at Kennedy General Hospital In Memphis. Is satisfactory. Mrs. C. C. Stevens Is III at hnr home. 1007 West Main. Condition of Mrs. James Hill Jr, who has been seriously 111, was improved today. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Fendler and son, T. p. Wright, have returned Bridge Club and other Country guests. Other than club members, gr.ests were Mi's, lay Welch. Mrs. Frank Levy of Houston. Texas, housegucst of Mr. ann Mrs. C. Modlnger, and Mrs. w. M. MrKcuzie. Mrs. M:Kcnz!e won high score prize and second high vvenl to Mrs. R. C. Rose in bridge games. SDccorrlUng entertaining rooms were vases of red roses. • • • Lutheran Church Plans Lenten Service Series The first of a series of LeiHcn devotions nt the Pilgrim Lutheran Church will be held tonight,- 1:« o'clock, the Rev. Robert Jaeger, pastor, said today when he announced the schedule for devotions, throughout Lenten season. With ,cach Wednesday nlcht's service to be the study of some character outstanding In his relation to Jesus, tonight's topic will be "Judas the Apostle Who Betrayed Jesus" Schedule for Lenlen services follows: March 5. "Cnlaphns. the Religious Formalist"; March 12, "Peter, the Boaster, Cured"; March 1C "Pilnte, An Easy Way of Quieting One's .Conscience"; March 26 "Bar- abbas, the World's Choice"; April 4, "Two Malefactors and Jesus " The public is Invited to attend all services, the Rev. Mr. Jacccr said. Royal Princess Displays Oomph In Beach Attire By ROBERT FAIIS (United Press Staff Correspondent! PORT ELIZABETH, South Afric-l Feb. 27. (UPl-prineess Elisabeth « a glamor girl when she frolics on the beach in her one piece orange and yellow bathing suit. The royal figure has oomph It u < e-emplitislMd by her demure street dresses. But you can't hide in nigs like that rm the beach. I Investigated the mat^r through binoculars when the 20-year-old Princess and King George went swimming at Hnmewood Beach alongside the parked royal train A large section of the beach was roped off for the family's use. The Princess in her gay swim suit and white bathing cap plunged expertly Into the Indian o<-enif swam hard and then rode the break.' crs back to shore. "" .Tii B in, imvu reiurncci "• was clear when she ran un lh,. home from New Orleans, whore they I >*»<* that she could catch nny m- » have been the past two weeks. En | eye, even if she weren't next In linn route home, they were guests In I for a throne. Curvaceous was th* Alexandria, La., of Dr. Den Pendler' w °«'and family. There was more evidence lnt=r Mrs. Version Williams, the former'Bare legged, she held her skii'-K Miss Louise Simon, her sister, Miss Rbm '« her knees and waded In sin, Mnbel Simon, and Miss Margaret. lo w water, laughing at her father Heath of Puducnl), Ky.. w|, o has u » « surfboard. Decidedly Hoi \, been the guest of friends here- wood, the royal legs spent Tuesday in Memphis. ' The King swam with expert ur-irv Lloyd Wise underwent n major lo °- After his plunge |,f- stoodi n V operation yesterday at St. Joseph I'he water's edge, neatly'put. on o-p.t.il in Memphis. Mrs. Wise ' ~'''~' - •• • ....u tnar daughter, Miss Patricia Wise, iis-e with him. Mrs. w. H. Mlnyard is ill and confined to her home. 818 Wes' Ash Mr. asiri Mrs. E. D. Ferguson are In Rnytown. Mo., where they were called because^ of the critical Illness of her brother-in-law, Wilson Stanton, formerly of Blythevilie. Mrs. Louis HIekman nnd son We the Women Studebaker's Land Cruiser Shown in City THURSDAY, KEBKUAHY 27, 10-17 1(1' KU'J'II MILLKTT NEA Slaff Wrili-r Ali,-[. Hi.'e Cook, well-known New Ycrk consultant on personal proS- Icm.s, has one set rule for Die woman who K having difiieulty m one or more family, relationships. Her formula is divided into three Slcjii. one of those "think l!;t problem through," "decirjc what to do," and carry out your plan" programs. But it is what she has to say ol the first step Uiat women should pay particular attention to. Hbe says: "Admit you have a problem— simply that. Your family isn't pcr- secuUiig you; you aren't a martyr. Jud^'isii! from the letters I re- ceh-e Irom women who are having family troubles that i.s the plucc where many women who never solve their problems bog down. They don'i sec that what, they have is a prcblcm lo solve. USUALLY l'l,AV MAItTYIl . Instead they nil their letters with isuc-h phs-ascs as there; "My mother-in-law hi,s always resented me," "My hii.-oanrt thinks only of hnn- The first public .showing ol liv new 1947 Stiidcbaker Land Cruiser here was announced tod.iy by Hie Clmmblln Sales Co., located ::>. Kailroad and Ash streets. Available only us a four-duo.-- re- dan, the Land Cruiser In appearance Is a longer wheelba.se version of the Studebakcr Commander. Conforming with a Ircnd expected to become more pronounced In future cars, passenger scats and engine in the Land C'ruisrr have been moved lorwarci in a redistribution of \veic;lir. Tills change was made to briss-j about better cliassis balance asul a lower center of gravity. PasseiiRer coinpartmcnts have been lowered and extended to the former fr-iid-r boundaries. Front scats arc live feel in v.-Uith. Tile l.and Cruiser's tin-vrd .me- pieee windshield was designed to Livestock ST. LOUIS NATIONAL STOCK- VArtlJJ, l-'i.j. 27. (UP) Livestock: Megs: 105:0, salable 8.500; market i«.'livc, uneven; weights 170 las ii)) and sows S3; to 50j tower than I jistt'iday'.s average; iij-hted weij-.htsi 5Ce to $1 lower; bulk good and choice 170 lo 2!0 Ihs 28.25 lo 2t.M); tep 23.!.0; itjj to 3CO IDS 27.15 to 2..a.'i; no to Uo ;:j 3 mostly t'i to 2-1/.3; lew -5; inu to 12U-b pii;.< :0 to li\ soon' 270 to 50a-;'o sows i42> to 25.50; heavier weights 2J.50 to 24; stags 18 to 20. Cattle: a 503, salable 2,500; calve-; 1.00C. nil salable; r.bout 20 loads 01 suvi's bifcreci with cows makin; i;p around 20 per cent of light sup-, ply o; calile. Cjicniug trade moderately active and fully steady on I sill classes. Several loads averare' good medium weight steers 24; oue loan socd yearlini; steers 2! - >5- a lew mc-Gimn steers W.50; good" hei- luy i-.nd mixed yearlings lar-'clv around 23 tu 22.53; medium kino's 1G io ia50; good cows tpuin'^y at 15,50 to 10. ° Boys' and Girls' New Spring Clothes on display at THE TOT SHOP 105 S.'2ml. Phono 2:508 Jimmy, are spending the week hi Malvcrn as guests of her parents and other relatives and friends They will be joined this weekend by Mr. lilckmnn, who will motor them home after they spend n brief visit with liis relatives in Hot Springs. Mrs. O. Gnnskc spent yesterday in Memphis as guest of her sister, Mrs. John H. Timsil. Condition of Mrs. Quincy Alcv- nndcr. who Is ill at Blythevilie Hos- pilal. Is improved. Dell Church Women Have Program Meeting "Christian and Race" was the study topic when the Women's Society of Christian Sen-ice of th« Methodist Church of Dell met Tuesday with Mrs. Noble Gill. Mrs Mavis Seltlemlre was lead-r of the program. Plans were made to serve a chicken dinner at the club house, tl- date to be set Inter. Proceeds of the dinner will be used to purchase furnishings for (he parsonage A dessert course was served the II members present. Meetings Regu'.ar meeting of the Chickasawba Lodge. 134, F k,id AM tonight, 7:30 o'clock, at the ban' ° ( Max Parks .«-°rshiptni Mrs. Bragg Hostess To Bridge Club Members OSCEOLA, Ark.. Fcb 27—Mrs Braxton • Bragg entertained members of a bridge club Tuesday night at her home on Eliuibcth' Street x'lth a Welsh rarebit supper Spring Jloivcrs arrnrigcd,' W'th greeneiy in low silver bowls decorated the living and dining rooms Other than c iub members Mrs Fayc -Henderson was a guest. At The Hospitals tll.VTIIEVlLLE HOSriTAL Horn to Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Wil- scn, city, a son yesterday. Dismissed: Owen W. Rogers, city. WALLS HOSPITAL Dismissed: William Cahoon, steele, Mo. Mrs. charl es Dunkin, city. Mrs. Margaret Jones, Caruthers- villc. Mo. Robert Lynn Rambo. city. Johnny L. RUSS. Route 1. city. TtAI'TIST HOSriTAL, MEMPIUS Admitted: \ Ernest Pruitl. Leachville. Carol Elizabeth Scott, Manila Virginia Johnson. Bljthcville ' .M'LEMORE CLINIC, MEMPHIS. C. W. Byrum, joiner. long shirt, puficd off his „„„„ ;».•. put on a pair of shorts Queen Elizabeth ami Princess laughed, nnd tossed a soccer bail back and forth on the sands but dldn t swim. self, never of me," "My 15-year-olu provide over-all visibintv" i-'i-b- daughter is so head-strong I have budy colors and two shades'iif imnti no control over her us. all." , elolh upholstery are .rd,' in These women all look on them- this model a^.nl.ib,. ,n selves as victim.--: of someone's ihoiii'htle.'isnr'ss, rcsrntnieiil,, dislike.' or dl.sin|crest. And they take of two attitudes: Either they play ihe martyr and suffer, or they will fight back ni the persoi with whom thry are having trouble. Oorause so many u-omcn lal down on (lie first step toward lss-_ solution of any Personal prcblem jisany niarriages that could be saved end in divorce, many wosnei one will \vhn could j;ct along poaccaou with their in-laws fight bitter:' with them through the years, an many mothers fail to have am control ovc:- their children. Osceo/o News Mrs. Munrice Silvcrfield and son L.onel, have returned home nicer spending a week with Mrs Silverfield's daughter, Mr.?. Jackie Hit- Misses Frances and Patricia' Danehower. daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Chester Danehower, who attend Saint Cecelia 'Academy In Nasliville. Tenn,, spent the weekend with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Hale Jackson had as their guest the past weekend Mrs. Harris p.uton ol Memphis Mr. and -Mrs. Charles Coleman, accompanied by Mr. anc( Mr- Charles Rose of Roseland. are spending a week in New Orleans. Mrs. B. Prank Williams Mrs Searcy Mcars and Mrs. B;B Gilles- Pic attended '.'Cklahonm" Wednes* dny afternoon in Memphis. ' ^ Weuralai r Half Moon News Mr. and .Mrs. John Richardson are ir. Memphis with Mrs. Willie Richardson, who is a patient in St. Joseph's Hospital, Mr. and Mrs. Orvillc Milchell and lamily arc visituiR in Kol oprin^s Gus Ebcrt. layleader ol First MelhodiU Church of Blythevilie. was sucst speaker at Half Moon Church Sunday night. The condition ol T. Alexander is in-proved. • SICK WATCH? HAVE IT FIXED by EXPERTS Watch and Jewelry re- P«i« by men who know how...at low cost to you. ALL WORK GUARANTEED GUARD'S The Hotel Noble \ NEW CHEF GOOD root)! is happy to announce a new chef in charge of our kitchen. You'll find new. better foods than ever . . . served in quiet comfort in our immaculately clean dining room. alt prices to fit any Pocketbook Pleasingly Served! SEAFOOD Plate Lunch 50c Up or Table de Hole A-la Carte Search Continues For Trace of B-29 Lost in Alaska FORT RICHARDSON, Alaska Feb. 27. CUP i—Twenty-one Army and Navy pilots continued the search over storm-swept North Alaska today for a B-29 Superfortress with 11 crewmen aboard that hns been missing since Monday. The plane was last heard from flyins over the North Bruin Pass area, 100 miles Northeast of Naknek on the ice-choked Bristol Bay II had taken off from ISImendorf Field at Foil Richardson with enoiih gas for an 11-hour night. Budapest is on both sides of tin- Danube river! Buda is on one side and Pest on the other. -,, TYPEWRITERS ? We ne ncni taking orders for , Royal Typewriters for dcliv- I ery anywhere in Mississippi County. Call or write us. SAMUEL F. NORRIS ' ,': Printing— Odlco Supplies !• l^a N'ortll .Scconil ******?^^ £osy walling ... £oiy living in RWrHM STEPs. So loshion rigrit, ycl so comloiiable lor TSres Invisible Rhyihm Treads cushion your loot at three poinls lor e.lro walking pleasure. Como in lod a/ Qn d lind jiul Ihs RHYTHM STE? lor ]n !!!;irk iMnslic 2-Tune I5rn\vn Comedian lack Waives Share in Estate CHICAGO, Pel). 27. i UP i— Comr--• dian Jack Benny today waived his! shan- i,, his father's 5:17,ino o.s<at<- As a result th ? oiitire estate wi't (fo to Benny's sbier, M ,s. Florence ! renrihrl, Ciiicufjo. | Benny's action was disi-hise;! in toiirt yesterday at a lu-arhrj ,,ii the' will or h, s falhc-r, Ma y[ ,,. Kubelsky IX . In icmcmbriiiu-c of Mary na- bcih Henley, who passed away one year ayo today. , i I cannot say and t will not s'iy lli.il the is dead, she is just away With a cheery smile and a wave of the hand, she has wandered into sir, unknown ! :l iu|, i cft , ls droamln; be i-w very fair it needs must :nce she lingers lliere. Grandmother, Mrs. jess e Province Father. Charles P. Henley Brother, Charles Jr.. of Jonesboro. and other relatives. 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