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*AGE TWO Jane Shelton, Society Editor (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Phone 4461 Walters-McMullin Vows ,,„,„,* o*l* mjf • r* MAKRIr>I) Oaid in Morning Leremony YKSTKKDAY In • 10 ijn. ceremony yesterday at the home of Dr. Harvey T. Kidd, Miss Juanlta McMullin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. w. B. McMullin -Mr. and Mrs. Earlc Walters .ire shown at of Blytheville became the bride of , ,, . ., . Earle Walters of Blylhevllle and following tlien Little Rock. 10 a.m. Mr. Walters ts (he son of Mr. marriage and^Mrs. A. L. Walters ol Little yesterday. Airs. Families of the couple attended Walters is the the double ring ceremony. The wedding party gathered In an archway of the home and Mrs. Charlee Smith served as her sister's matron of honor and her only feminine attendant. Mrs. Smith was dressed In a suit of navy blue and pinned at her shoulder carnations of deep pink. She wore accessories of navy blue. former Miss Juanita McMullin, daughter of -Air. and Mrs. W. B. McMullin. Following their Mr. McMullin gave his daughter return from a in marlage and she was dressed in suit of cocoa brown wool. Her at home in Blytheville. Southern fitted hat was of holiday pink and wedding trip, she wore accessories of lizard. Her they will ha wedding flower was sn orchid. W. O. Sicgler served as Mr. Walters best man. A reception followed »t 622 West Main, home of the bride's parents. Mrs. McMullin received the guesU dressed In a brown fp.llle suit for which she had chosen pink'"~ accessories, pinned at her shoulder were pink carnations. The rooms 01 me noine In which the guests were received nnti entertained held bouquets ol yellow roses and pink carnations and overlaying the bride's table was a cloth of lace. The tiered wedding cake, which was topped with the figure* of a bride and groom, form- td the centerpiece. Swirls of fern studded with pink carnations festooned the cake base. Mrs. Max B, Reid served the wedding cake and Mrs. o. Shouyo and Mil. W. H. Etovall presided at the punch bowl, / Mr. *nd Mrs. Walters liter left on i wedding trip to Hot Springs •nrt Little Rock after which they will make their home at 911!i West Walnut. Mr. and Mr», Trnvls Brooks Saturday night entertained with a ca- nasta-thc-wer party at their home on Moultrie Drive. Sevan couples attended the pre- nupti*! party and during the eve- rtlng'l game* Mrs. W. O. Siegler »nd Mr. Brooks won high score. fltoapd high went to the honored couple. They were presented gifts lor the kitchen. The Brooks home, was decorated tn th« hoUdty <chem,e and for the occufan th« bride-elect was drws- td la vault of dark red wool. Thi ^hoiteiik served a dessert eourie and the guests presented the honoree 1 ! with miscellaneous gifts. * • • Anniversary Is Marked With Dinner Party Th» Lloyd Kolwyck home was the •eerie new year's eve of the first weddtng anniversary celebration of Mr. and Mrs. Don Bagby. Dinner was served the guests from the dining table, which held as Its central design scarlet roses set In puffs of mauve maline. The remainder of the evening following dinner was spent Informally. Miss Walker Weds In Church Ceremony CARUTHERSVILLE— Miss Jean Ann W«)ktr, daughter of Mr. «nd Mm. Albsrt Walker became the bride of Cadet ICdnnr H. Preston of Pensacola, ria., son of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil A. Preston of Hartford, Kan., In * Dec. M ceremony. The Rev. Vernon Slsco officiated »t the 4:30 p.m. exchange of vows «t the Ffr.t Baptist Church. Greenery, bows of red satin and baskets of polnsettlai outlined the choir rail. Ml»s Ellli Hayden served as maid of honor and wore a ballerina length gown of pink net over orchid brocaded satin and carried a nosegay of orchid chrysanthemums. Miss Walker was given In marriage by her father and wore a. ba,l- lerlna length gown of white tulle over satin. Her veil of Illusion was trimmed In lace and she carried a pmyer book topped with • white orchid. Cadet Randy Shofrcy of Pensacol» and Nashville, Term., served as best man. Ushers were Joe Acuff nob Shands and Wendell Crow. Following the ceremony, a reception was held In the entertaining rooms of the church after which the couple left on a Southern wedding trip. They will be at home In Pensacola. Drop-In at Phillips Home Honors Visitor Approximately 25 member! of the collese sol culled at Ihe Russell Phillips home new year's eve night to attend a holiday celebration and also to greet Miss Anne Albright of Little Rock, who was the boiiscgursl of Russell Phillips. Jr., and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. nusscll Phillips. The entertaining rooms In which the guests were received were decorated In the holiday motif and throughout the evening party foods and Iced drinks were served from a refreshment table. Both Miss Albright and Mr. phll- 5s attend the university of Arkansas. Circles Hear Service Program "Good News for All Who Seek" wns the Roynl Service program given last night for the 12 members of Business Women's Circles Three and Four of Calvary Baptist Church, who met at the church. Mis. H. J. Fondren, Women's Missionary Union president was a guest with the clroles. Clroup singing followed by prayer by Mrs. Jim Ross opened the discussions. Mrs, Hubert Polsgrove presided over the business discussions and Mrs. O. 3. Birmingham directed the program on which Mrs. Henry Berry, Mrs. George Hodge, Mrs. Grave Caldwell, Mrs. Polsgrove, Mrs. Don ^ycock, Mrs. Ellen Conley, Mrs. p H. Jernljtan and Miss Luclnda Cole participated. The evening's devotional, "World .Vide Missions" was given by Mrs Janle Ross. New Skirt In Large Sizes ./t SIZES 8765 By Sue Burnett Just what you've ocen looking for —• » p ell tailored .ikiri destined e.s- epciaily in larger sizej. Economical •nd easy to sen- And so neat In variety of fabrics. For this pattern, send 30o In COINS, your name, address, size desired, and .he PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett. Courier News. 31Z W. Quincy Street, Chicago 6, Pattern No. 8765 Is a se»--rlte perforated pattern in waist sizes 28, JO, 32, 34, 36, 38, 40. Size 30 l',4 yards of 54-Inch. A jolo by Mrs. Bob Colema .11 preceded group singing and prayer by Mrs. Jim Gardner. Coming Events Social Calendar Wednesday Garden Department of the Womans Club has 2:30 p.m. meeting at the club. Thursday Mrs. Harry A. Halnes entertaining Kibitzer Club. Mrs. Don Hnley hostew to Thursday Rook Club. Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. J. F. Scrape hostcM lo TLE Club. Friday Eastern Star has potluck supper meeting at the Masonio Temple on Davis Street followed by 8 p.m. public Installation of officers. Chitpler "N" of PEO lias 2pm meeting at the home of Mrs' Charles Crigper. Jr. WMU Executive Hoard of First Baptist Church has 1 p.m. lunch-->n meeting with .Mrs. H. H. Brooks. Mrs. C. \V. Garrison entertaining Friday Contract Club. Saturday Duplicate Bridge Lca e ue msetj »l Hotel Noble at 1:30 p.m. Squnre dancine at the Country Club beginning at 8pm. At The Hospitals niytheville Hospital James Starrett, City. Roda Bames. C.irmondale. Mo Mrs. J. S. white nnd baby. Steel. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Nathan Robinson and bsby. Mrs. Bessie Davidson, Rt. 3. Ml. Katmal, Alaska, has a blue lake a mile long in its crater. Seaman Apprentice Barbara Cul- Ison left this afternoon tor N'or- olk, Vn., where she Is serving with be WAVES, after having been the loliday guest of her grandmother, Mrs. R. M, Culllson nnd family. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Duran Es- ii'y of Caruthcrsvitle announce he birth of a son, Jan. 1 >t the Community Hospital in Kayti. He las'been named William Charles Iwary and Is the first b«by of IBM or Caruthcrsvilte, Mrs. Esuary is he former Misa Mabel McOhee of Blytheville. Mrs. Cecil Lusk has returned rom Kefser where she had been luce Saturday with her mother. Mrs. Viola Ross, who WM stricken rltlcally 111 Saturday while in Reiser. Mrs. Ross' condition Is re- rarted as slightly Imprvved and he ': at the home of her son, .cRoy Hoss and family tn Reiser. J. Cecil Lowe. Jr., will leave Sun- lay for Washington University, St. mils after having spent the holidays here with his purenu Mr ind Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe. Mr. and Mrs. John S. McDougal if Salt Lake Oity, Utah, Mrs. Mar- 'aret Cresswell of Jackson. Mus., ind Mr. and Mrs. Heathman Cr»word of Greenville, Miss., have re- urned to their homei after having «en the houseEucsts of Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Foster and Mrs. Frances CiammUl, Mr. nnd Mrs. John Burks and rfrtughter, .sajrlcy, Mr. and Mrs Paul Burks, .Mr. and Mrs. Albert Burks and MrsV'R. L. Ashby hav eturhed from Ripley, Tenn.. wher^ hey had attended the funeral of heir undo, s. H. Burks. Russoll Phillips, Jr., and his guest \Ilss Antie Albright of Little Rock, elt today for Ihe University of Ar- iansas. whcie they are students. •Uter having been the holiday guesla of Mr. Phillips' parents. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Phillips, Sr. J. B. Riggs lelt today for Hendrlx College at Conway where he h a student after being the holiday suest of his parents, Mr. and Mr Raymond C. Rlggs. Pic. and Mrs. James D. Baker announce the birth of their first child a daughter, Dec. 23 at Walls Hos. pital. She. has been named Jimmye Frances. Mrs. Baker Is the formei Miss Madge Vastbinder. Pfc. Bnkei left this morning for Fort Mead Md., where he Is serving with the Army after having spent the ho days here with Mrs. Baker ai daughter. Dr. Carl and Erlna Nles had ns their holiday weekend guests Dr. Altla Meade and sister, Miss Helen Mearlo of Aremphl.t nnd Or. Oftrl Mies' nephew. Dr. r>.r! David Nles of Prtershnrp, 111, Miss JoAnn TTiirner of Y«70o City. Miss., left Uxlny for Ole Miss, Oxford whera .ihc u n student after having been the houscRue.it of P. D. Foster. Jr.. and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Foster. Mr. nnd Mrs. Rwucll Phillips hart as their weekend g\ie,sl.s MM. Phillips' sister. Mrs. Patli Knight and grandson. Joe Haily of Selma, Tenn. WEDNESDAY, JANTJART *,: WILSON NEWS Bj MRS. B. F. BOYLES EXCHANGES NUPTIAL VOWS—Mr. and Mrs. Milton Uoyd Ciodlcy. Jr., are shown following their Dec. 28 innrringo In the First Presbyterian Church In Osceola, Mrs. Godley is the former Miss Peggy Jane Driver, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Driver. Mr. and Mrs. Godley will be at home In Oklahoma City. Students who will resume their studies this week after spending the holidays at home are Charles Stan,- difcr. University of Arkansas; John Elli«, University of Tennessee, Knoxville; Bob Amundson, Missouri School of Mines, uolta; Martha Traylor, Mississippi Southern, Hattiesburg; Jim Deer and Sara Elklns. Hendrlx College. Comi'ay; Jimmy Garrett, The citadel. Charleston. S.C.; Ray Wooten, Mississippi State, Starkville; L«well McAfee. Henderson SUte. Arkadelphtn; Bill nynls, Ouachita College, Arkadelphia; Doris standifer, Helen Harnden. Olen Shull, Billy Zook, Arkansas State. Jonisboro, Msry Melody, All Saint's, Vicksburg, Miss.; Marianne and Nancy Crain and Joanne Oul- lom, Oulf Park. GuUport, Miss,, and Jimmy Durham, sewanee Military Academy. Sewanee, Tenn. Capt. and Mrs. Charles Fjslander have returned to their home In Lawton. Okla.. nftcr spending the holidays with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Standifer and their family and Mr. and Mrs. Pete Elslander and their family. Miss Annie Raye Rowland spent the holidays with relatives in Duma*, Ark. Servicemen who were home for the holidays Included Morris Jones of the Navy, who serves aboard the US6 Curtlss; Pfc. Bobby Yale* of the Air Force, stationed at Camp Luna. Las Vegas, N. M.; Pfc. Harold Traylor of the Air Fi-rce, who was en route to Lake Charles, La., from Keesler yield in Biloxi, Miss.; Pfc. Jimmy Powell of the Air Force, stationed in diemphis; Dor.nie McDaniel and Wendell Johnston of the Air Force, stationed at Chanule Field. III.; and Eugene Nixon of the Air Force stationed at Keesler Field, Biloxi, Miss.; Lester Hale Jr.. of the Air Corps stationed at San Antonio. Texas. H. C. Mayo has returned to his home in Pine Bluff following a visit .y-'ith hii sister, Mrs. Benton Garrett and her family. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Coleman had as their holiday guests their son, Lawrence Coleman, and his family of Birmingham, Ala. , Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Lovett spent Christmas Day with his mother, Mrs. Edna Lovett in Bhaw. Miss. They were accompanied home by their sons John nnd Jim who had been visiting their grandmother. Sonny Lynch and son, Joe, and daughter, Carolyn, will return from Corpus Christl, Texas, this week where they visited relatives. Mr. Lynch and Joe went on an annual ] With the Courts Circuit (Civil)! Bertha wheat vs. Lane Nowel, et al, suit to recover S5.000 damages said to have been suffered In an automobile accident, F. E. Hovvcll vs. M. D. Ramsey, suit to recover S15.600 damages said to have been suffered In an automobile accident. Marriage Licenses The following couple yesterday obtained a marriage license at the office of the county clerk, Mrs. Elizabeth Blytha Parker: Earh Walters "and Miss Juanita McMullin, both of Blythevilte. Read Courier News classified Ads deer hunt. Mrs. Qeorse Wilson and Miss LH- lian Wilson had as their guests during the holidays Mr. and Mrs. Edgar A. Daley and Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Davitta of Moorehead Miss. Mr. and Mrs. Frank McDonald and children of Greenville. Miss., were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Stotts last week. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Lee Wilson 111 announce the birth of a son Dec. 29 at a Memphis hospital. Janet Ruth Hale was complimented Thursday evening when her mother, Mrs. Bernice Hale, entertained with a dance at the Club Hoitse. .Mi^s Ethelda Koelz, who was a member.of the .Wilson School faculty last year, visited friends here Sunday. Miss Koelz's home is in Memphis but she teaches at Biloxi, Miss. RELIEF AT LAST For Your COUGH Chronic bronchitis may develop if your cough, chest cold, or acute bronchitis is not treated and you cannot afford to lake a chance with any medicine [ess patent than Creomulsion which goes right lo the seat of the trouble to help loosen and expel germ laden phlegm and aiil nature to soothe and heal raw, lender, inflamed, bronchial membranes. Creomulsion hlends beechwood creosote by special process with other lime tested medicines for coughs. It contains no narcotics. No matter how many medicine* you have tried, Creomulsion is guaranteed to please you or druggist refunds money. Creomulsion 'has stood the tesl of many million! of users. (Adv.) 'RUTH MILLETT Bridge, Not Bubbles, Is Hard on the Nerves RUTH MILLETT, NBA BUM Writer "I have a firm conviction that handed, more nervous women are created Mabel," over the bridge table than over the waah tub." That quote comes from a recent talk by a California diagnostician before a meeting of the American Medical Association. H« may have something there. Certainly there'» nothing relaxing about the afternoon bridge party. The women guest* don't try to put each other at eise or in *«)• way build up each other's egoes. Mrs. A., wearing all her diamonds, alway« has some bit of news to make the other women green with envy. She Is going to do over Ker living room completely, or she Is going on a cruise, or her husband has Just given her some expensive present she pretends to wish he hadn't. Mrs. B., the sharpest player in the crowd, asterts her juperiorlly by playing a crUp, business-like game and raising a lady-like eyebrow every time a player makes what she consider. 1 ; a stupid play. Mrs. C., always first with a bit of news, can be sure to tell at least two tidbits that make all the women present feel uneasy. YOUR CLAWS ARE SHOWING, LADIES Lots of compliments are passed around—but some of them are left- Cowtofni 2 fnfredtarfi Otf»n Prttcrfbctf by Doctor* 'l O-tg», with rut uircjlat* teller, thit w4t ccrrFoK la Iheuundt. h'l "lodlltd •' — ' -leV oi 0-22U, FOR RENT Typewriters & Adding Machines New & Late Model Machines—Low Rote* We bujr us«d ofllcc machines & furniture. Johnson Office Equipment Co. SATxBS—SERVICE 112 S. Broadway—Phone .1420 BOOKKEEPER WANTED! An experienced bookkeeper lo keep set of automotive books and manage general office. Present bookkeeper leaving next month for Bermuda. This is a fine job for the person «'ho can qualify. Contact Tom Little, Jr. at Hlylhcville Motor Co. No phone calls, please. Best-Known For Chest Colds Brings relief 2 ways at once. 1 Modtrn mothers know you can't, beat Vlcks VapoRub for miseries of colds. The moment you rub It on throat, chest and back VapoRub starts right to work 2 ways at once . .. And It keeps up this special penetrating - stimulating action for hours. It cases muscular soreness and. tightness and brings warming, comforting relief ercii while you sleep. IF THERE'S MUCH COUCHING Off STUFFINESS... • . get deep-ncdon relief in seconds with VapoRub In steam— 2 heaping spoonluta of Vleks VapoRtib In vaporizer or bowl of boiling water ns directed In package. Every slncjle brealh relieves upper bronchial congestion and spasms! Coconut Tree Toppfen PENANG, Malaya (AP)-A Malay woman and her four children narrowly escaped death in a vil-1 Sec m Vur tree 19S2 St. Joseph lage near here recently when a co- Calendar and Weather Chart. Also conut tree, Its roots undermined by, has historical dates, weather data, heavy rains, toppled over and crash- : planting chart, 'I^h-pi •%•••• into their kitchen. They were sleep- Ing, other facts, GetEDk C rnLC, "You're looking » well, makes Mabel feel guilty . ing but a few feet awny. at any drug counter! Save $ 2 50 ! Helena Rubinstein's Estr'ogenic Hormone Offer for Younger-Looking Skin ISTHOGENIC HORMONC CRUM ngular/f l.M f STROOENIC HORMONE OIL . -valia 1M 6°° value-both for 3?.°, No wonder millions of women anxiously await thu great once- a-yearbeauty event 1 You save almost 50% on Helena Rubinstein'« famous beauty preparations containing Estrogenic Hormones— nature's own "youth" substances. Use them to help retard sigm of dryine and aging skin See how muchyounzer, fresher, firmer your face, neck, throat look when you use Helena Rubinstein Hormone Twins daily— the cream 31 night, oil during the day. ROTHROCK DRUG CO. TO YOUR CLOTHES YOUR CLOTHES LAST LONGER . .. KKP THAT "SHOWCASE" LOOK Send us your finest fabrics, your costliest linens with worry. . .we will return them to you .gently hut thoroughly laundered.. .and pressed per- fcctly by our skilled operators. , BLY1HEVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY & CLEANERS PHONE 4418 —. ... unv .> iunijvj let, I guiiiry when she eats the .rich de««k the hostes* offers. "That's H good-looking drew, Martha. Do you know who has on» Jttft like It?" Many others »r«n'» «ven meant to sound sincere. Underneath it all, l s the fierc. tiesire o: each player to be the afternoon's winner. But even the winner may not get to leave the party reeling too pleased with herself. • some woman is almost sure to remind her that she held unbe- levably good cards all afternoon, Aprw, women aren't at their best it bridge parties. Each woman b on her guan' ly be called , and that can hard- relaxing. FEEL AWFUL? DUE TO COLD MISERIES^ 666 . give; fast symptomatic RELIEF Listen to KLCN' at 10:10 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. daily for our program announcements Box Office Phone Z752 Office Phone 6998 Bon Office Opera at 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 p.m. Continuous Showing Everyday Last Times Today Selected Short Subjects Thursday & Friday The foitroyal... JhtCasl... The Drama of Ihe Year! JORVWAID and NOSMAN KRASNA JANEWYMAN ,-n THE BLUE VEIL • •••••••••••»•••• ««v& • Paramount News & Shorts Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Tuos-Wed. ' Also Selected Shorts Thursday & Frida> «&'.- MlA " OH "* > ?? l *V*.xTr m\ — • BORltf" • ^•,™raiUQAYJ Also Selected Shorts

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