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FOUR Sacleti^ AlewA Kullins, Society Editor f Phone 4451 BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COUHIBR NEW» LL. Ward, Jr., Claims Michigan Bride in Memphis Miss Shirley Jean Hall of Detroit, Mich., became the bride of Lloyd L. Ward, Jr., \ug. 9. at (he Mrrton Avenue Christian Church in Memphis ftt two o'clock In the afternoon. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Oraii .Coble, pastor of the church. Mrs. Ward is the daughter of Olin C. Hal! ami Mrs. Alex At. McConvey of Detroit, Mich. Mr. Ward is the son of Mrs. I,, L,. Ward. ST., and the late Mr. Ward. Mrs. Zillmond Voss of Memphis served Mrs. Ward as maid of honor, and was given an orchid, which she pinned at her shoulder. Given In niarriase. by ZiJInirjnd Voss. the bride wore a ballerina It-ngth gown of white nylon tulle over while satin. The full flared skirt was marked by an insert of blue Frtr.ch Lice. She carried a bcv.i- quet of lilies of the valley -surrnmid- ed by baby breath and iruiliuc, with satin streamers cauehc, in French knots and baby brealh, t Barry L. Brooks of Memphis served Mr Ward as best man. Mrs. Ward, mother of the Broom. was.dressed for the marriage oE her son in navy and pinned a iFivendar orchid at her shoulder. The couple is now at home in Blythevllle. Jli ie Blytheville Hospital Wtmlseed: \ Alice Perry; Charleston, Miss. , Mrs. Paul Jobe, City Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. M. C. Martin. Stecic 'Mrs, Calvin C. Smith. City Mrs. .Mack Eagan. City Mrs.-E. 1,. Keith, City It's So Pretty For Giuls Bits of News .il/llt!!li:i) i.v .MESIPHIS—Mr.'aiKl.Mrs. Umd t, Wtirrt. jr., are Ehmvn after their Aug. 0 marriage in Mnniphls. Mrs. Ward was lieiore her marrlfige, Aliss Shirley Jean Hali of Detroit, .Mich. Mr. Ward is Ihe son of Mr*. L. L Ward and the late Mr. Ward. Mrs. L. M. O'Kclley o l Tampa returned to her home after a visit with Mrs. J. A. Luckctl. Miss Marian Mayes. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Mayes, left to- riny 10 begin leaching at, Caruth- ersvllle. S. B. Vail of Clinton. Mo., former ! lilytheville resident, and Courier 1 News employee is spending the Labor Day week end with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hamilton. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wolsey have just returned from a vacation trip tn Canada. Detroit, fit. Louis nnd ! Cape Olrardeaii. ' ! Mi. and Mrs. H. T. Len'is an- ' nounre the birth of their second child, a son. at Walls Hospital today. He has hren named Harold! j Taylor, Jr'. They also have one.' clauBhtcr. Antionetle, who Is nine] I years old. I Cpl. Hurotil M. Hodge arrived in the United Slate.s IAXL Mondav and in Ulythevillc Saturday night to i visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. J. I HnttsK and family, /or the Labor ; Day week end before reporting back • to Camp Chaffer-. I j Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Lowe and sons.! I .Jerry and .limmy. have relumed j i from Nn> fork Lake, where they | spent seveial days. Mrs. Ixiwe spent ' r Hie first part ol the week at the j home of her si.ster. Mrs. W. F. Coo- : j ley. nnd family al Fayeti.eville and met her family at Norfork. j Mrs, M. T. Moon is ii> FnyeMe- \ ville as zucst of her daughter^ Mrs. j \V. F. Cooler and family. 1 j Mr. anrf Mrs. Lowell Oill and ! I daiicbter,. Par.sy. and Palsy Mack. 1 all of Detroit. Mich., visited Mr. 1 Oill's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. O. rttuichll"!- Mrs. O. N. Robinson and j j fnmlly. and son Mai Gill and fam- i ily, all cf Cbatla;>oosa. ' ; .. v y,i^*;' -.,.<--,.vn»"" - X THE BRIDE WORE SPOTS-Slrlcken by measles a few hours ticfore her,scheduled wedding, l.ela Teneyck. of Bloomin B Ton Intl., did not let that little catastrophe hold up the ceremony' «Jl° U , S h q . uara " l j, ncd ' the vniced her vows over a • microphone through her bedroom window to the bridegroom, Jerome K Denzcr, and the rest of the wedding party on the lawn below ' Couple Should Heap Praises " Rather Than Belittle Each Other Louis Lynch Is Host at Dinner Louts Lynch was host Saturday night at the Lynch home on the patio for. nn al fresco dinner for nine couples. , Among ihe guests were Li You probably know at least one] couple like the Mortons. You really! like Joe Morion. He's, 5000 company i You like his Mfe, Sue', too. " I And yet, as much as you like them individually, when together | they often make you feel uncom-' fonable. Why is it that either one is so much nicer to have around (ban seeing the two of them together? Because tile Morions, like so ninny married couples, have fallen info the habit of sniping away at each other whenever t h e y have an audience. When Joe starts. Ruth millflt to tell a story, Sue Is sure to interrupt it somewhere to make a crack that- puts Joe in an unfavorable liaht — or say something that, makes her look like the martyred wife. If Sue expresses an "idea .loe immediately takes the opposite view, which, of course, irritates Sue and usually ends in, a heated argument.! The Mortons don't act like part- ! tiers, taut like opponents. They may' love earl] other but, certainly don't 2ive the Impression of liking each ! other. Morions except use them a» a« ««. ample of how a married coupfe should not behave in company. . Make sure that you and yo« husband never appear less attractive as 9 couple than yo« as individuals. /"V»«,,- ' -„ - 7J , And *o "'ey make you tincom- ^jOtninP JlVCntS '•>"»>>'«• A»« spending an even-1 O i In* with the two of them vour I Tot Scatters Money LAPORTE, Irici. IJPt— At the *M of 2. Roberta Van de Veer of U- Porte already has shown signs of being a free spender. Riding with her mother In the family car, Roberta 50! i n(o hcr mother's handbag and scattered Wa out the window. The last, S5 was going out when Mom caught on. But a prolonged search along the road didn't find any pay dirt. fnglishman Likes Pipers IOWA CITY; la. C/Pj—The University of Iowa's all-girl bagpipe band may fail la impress the Scots. but one Englishman says they provided him with a "thoroughly en. fryable experience." William A. Wanlpss. of Plymouth, Ens., wrote Ihe university after the piping lassies, known as the Scottish Highlanders, had appeared (here. Monday Wesleyan Service Guild of the First Methodist Church has 8 p m meeting at the church. ins with the two of them your opinion of bnth is lowered consiri-! erably. | It '.vould be as easy for the Mor-! tons to build ea tenr each other When you buy window shades remember that they should be waterproof and resist liRbt-and-water fading. This Is Important since ths shades are constantly exposed t« sun nnd moisture. Weekly Pedic'ure Gives Toes That Twinkling, Dazzling Look By HIVJTY rjLAKKK AP .Veivsfeiifurrs Beauty t'.dllcir 1. If old polish Is on the nail, loosened cuticle with to'vel or tissue. Cro under Ihe nail with cuticle remover to help loosen dry skin S. Franklin. -.. tha , .. e lanl « where the moisten a piece (if cottnn ivilti nn! I ^ (lrc '" oily polish remover nnd press ill 5. Go over your nails with oily aealnsl the nail for a few seconds, polish remover mice acain to re- U:en wipe down with a single move any trace of oil, which makes the father ot George Manley 'and : Mrs. Holland. I Fontaine Htillls of California ,Is i the Kites! of his mother Mrs Edna Hollis and family. j j nr. nnd Mrs. J. F. Brown-ion have i (returned from a month's vacation in the west, while they visited in . 1 the Grand Canyon. Los Angeles,; New Tuition Plan &»t For Korean Veterans NEW YORK UPJ — A special deferred payment Dlan for veterans of ihe Korean war and for other veterans entitled to educational By Sue Burnett This adorable (wo part outfit Is certain to delight evevy six-to-fourteen miss. And practical, too—the, dress can be worn as a jumper or sundress; with jacket added, it has a say groa-n-up nir. Pattern No. 8832 is a ,=ew-rite perforated pattern in si?.es 6. R, 10, 12, H years. Size 8 dress, '2 yards of 39- Inch; jacket, I 1 - yards. For this pattern, spud 3()c 111 COINS, your name. *dd:^>. si/e dciired, and the PATTED N NUMBER to Sue Bimint. Coirj-r Xews. 315 Quincy Si.. Chicago 6. II! Ready for you nrw--Ba>ic FASHION for o2. Fail anc< \V:-.i.:v. This new dsue Is filled with Mras !or smart, practical ;ewi:i; fw s new 2, P^llc your toe nails str across with nn emery board, scissors lo cut your nails it they are exceedingly lonp, but hike care not to cut thrnl too clnsr. Never file or cut your nails away at the corners- just shape slightly oval at the lip. 3. Soak your feel in \Mirm waiter and scrub them with a snft brush, then dry fee.l. thoroughly. •1. Apply oily ciitic-lo remover with an orangrwonrt stick wrapped lightly with cotton. Work senl.ly nrmmrl the cuticle pushing it hack away from the nail. sTnrtinc: from thr- base of the nail nt the center ami working tip and out. Wipe away i pnlish. De careful to use but vcrv lltllc pnlish nn the bnr-h sn that II. J will not run bark on the cuticle or 1 arnuiid the sides of the nail, j 6. After the polish is dry. vou may i apply a cuticle softener 'to help , n cut.irle and keep' nails from M«ssasc your !eel and ankles I with hand cream to help keep your i Pkin smooth nnd snft. ! Use a nay polish for summer "Pink spnncle" with fuchsia and HTnc tones nr a "rnttnn cnnriy" with wca urccn arc shades for the young f .inrl care-free compallied home by Mrs, J. F. '• Brmvnson. Jr.. of Tuscon. Ariz., tor 'a brief vacation. ] Miss .Joyce Cavasherp of St. Louis' spent the ii'eek end (vith her par- j ents. Mr .and Mrs. Lee Cavashere.! and relatives and friends. ( Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wa?ner and Mr. and Mrs. K. A. WaRtier, nil of, Brinkley. spent the holiday week end with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wsc- ; ner and family. The three men are. brothers. ers College, according to Dr. Mil. ton C. Del Manzo, college provost. They may have up to Iwo-thirds Under the deferred payment plan. if the year's tuition for a veteran is ,5600. he pays J2CO in cash and Ihe balance in installments starl- mc six months after he leaves college. Masonic Temple. - ' | First Methodist Women's Society '• of Christian Service lias 3 p.m. bus'- i mess session and program meetin- at'the church. Business Women's Circle of Trin- , ity Baptist Church has 1130 p.m ] meeting with Mrs. , Bob Webb on [ Cherry Street, | Circles One and Two of Trlniiv' meet at 2:3D p.m. for B business session. • Tuesday ] _ Mrs. I. M. McHaffey is hostess at ! i:3f) p.m. lo membeu of the Y. M Birthday Club. Junior Auxiliary has recular meeting with luncheon at the Rustic Inn. Country Club is scene of Dupli- j cate Bririee League game. j Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Sig- i ma Phi meetfi with Mrs. Elmer Norman. Mrs. Blake Polly is co-hosiess. | But they have fallen into the) hfhit of belittling each other Instead nf trying to nnke each other !nok good. You can't do anything about the bers of CIB. • Thursday Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi executive board meets at home, of Mrs. T. A. Folder at 7:30 p in. D'.iplicnte Bridge League plays at Ihe Hotel Noble. Mrs. Eu<?enc Brown is hostess to Thursday Rook Club. Friday PTA School of Information 1= to be held at First Methodist Church at 9 a.m. Saturday Duplicate has afternoon game at, '.he Hotel Noble. AYertnesday, Sept, 10 Delioninii Chapter of Delphian. Society has meeting at Hotel Noble at. in a.m. There Are Two Sides To Every Picture, Junior Speaks Mincl . visited Mrs. Widner's parents. Mr. j niid Mrs. Herbert Mullins. and fam- J "'• ; The condition nf Dr. D, C. Me- | l«an wno Is a pal.enl al vv,u, By T»,WII> TAVLOR • MAKKH AP Nr.wsfc.iturcs Writer There me l\vn sides lo every picture—the parents' side nnd Junior's side. Ttie Irmiblc is that all too often parents are sr> interested In their side Hint they fail t« reall/n thi'y Tiiiike mlstukrs, too, says trie National Kimlrrcni h>n Association's Helen OrcTj Oreeti. Here's what Junior and his friends say In conversation, according In lier: "J wish Mnm and Dan would listen to me.. Thi'v don't really hear a lot. of thincs I (ell them. Often I stop tiilkuv-T ami keep the news about school 'n everything to my self. "Thrn. be. -ucr, 'tint. Uu\v (cupel f'ni gro^'in^.up f don't like to be critlri7eri n 1 liont of folks. I'll pay ntlentlou utiri romeinhpr, if they!!l uatt until ',\e'ie alcuie "I like prf irinios wnr:i only Uie fiifutiy ;*rc .cnutif! \V!un ontqrirrs are prcHUii i' m'i:<---. me [rel hke a m:ui tn i;e calied by mv ic:'l name. :nriiu of my nv.n :n>l in do my mvn '•.vricriri;:. O"ir 'e^cli'M 'ev!s us, -1 .ve 1-srn by <lf'Ln=! p "Anofh*T ;hir,-. with me at all. I have Ideas! ]fd be wnntierful if parent? treated us more, like they do bio; folks . '•IJari's as bud us Mother. He's nl- . way.s ton busy t o C o fishing or hunl: inc. nr lo pi ay i n u nr bowl u . ith : ; me. Siuiirllmcs I led as t( he were i (hints N)i;etJier, we'd be better i I friends. . j "The other day Uar! al ,d I -.vent i into a shoe slnre: he wanted to I talk business with nur nelrhbnr. Mr ' i Pntter. Mr. Pntler said. 'Doesn't Tort ' I ^vant snme new shors? T hafe snrne Imnies!' nn/1 snict. 'Yes.' T have *' • tmlc in rny sncftf I to!(t them. Dnri i replied. 'Shm-ks. Ih'ifs sillv; take ' ; off lour -.line.-.' [ look off my rtirht . r-hm; and there « as n big hnle. Next ! , !n us sat two pretty cirls. it would ; hnve been fine If Dur) had answer • erl. "We'll rnnic ill later and try nn the shof.^!'. parents should put '. . ';:r:n r]\e. in our plives. fd like it i! Mother ;ind ll.id : '.MniM I'onrrl UK- nulv onrc whrn I've : : marie ;i mistake .ind not keep talk- j n: : -- :ilmnt jr. n.Tii ,-rklnm ineutmns ! ' ;i ::MliiiiL T (be r-crond time, but Mnni : tnui?^ up .-nnictliitlB I did a year : frnrn the Rlylheville Hospital today. Her condition Is reported irn- prn'ved. Mr. nnd Mrs. A. O. Uitle ]iav» relumed trim n (wo months' var.il J. A. Leech Is spending the day family. Box Office Opens 7:00 Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Admission 9c & 30* At All Times LAST TIMES TONITK Double Feature ' in Little Rock on business. B ^ ^ ^ X,rT 0"° "hen we K Tn "tem p hi= ,„ play hrirt(! e in the'winners ame at Hotel Peabodv Among others' nlavine b the P(! , lx , d f Me after If happened, tt makes me • Jumpy as popcorn, when I'm al- | ready sorry and trying Iwrrt to be I good, anyway. i "There are times when Mum and Dud eel off by themselves lo talk over family problems, n makes me feel as though I rlirln'l bi-lmn to them. I like to be In nn thincs. If , Dad's business isn't sonri. I'd like i to know It. f could do without that I new coal. Honest! If Mp m j.-; tired.' I «-lsh she'rt say so. and I'd be mnre! helpful and kind of quiet; hut she i usually hurt looks worried and a lit- ' tic cross. j "I wish Mom and Dad would ' treat me mnre like they rin some, nf tlipir grownup friends; dmnc things : together is sure swell!" " i Woods Drug C'V? ' f-c 5 ? Vl* " .1 ; ~ f/^ . \e WHAT'S THE BEST PEN TO BUY? <^ STAFFER'S If (Thin Mor)»!) j| AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION QlarnngB Ann SHERIDAN M m John LUND -M ,.*'««nt ittti-ccu LAST TIME TODAY SHORTS,- Pig o Boo Rugged Rqngsrs Parnmount News I.ocalrd on a rliolrp |«i. this nnusually altr.irlivc home c.in be bwtht [ or nn i, S'ltin.OO down. «illi balance on liberal ni,\ terms. One of the luu bedrooms Is pine panelled with hunt-In bonk shelves, Nice oak floors, comfortable screen- 1 ,! porch nrT llvin? room, 3nrl of lop FJIA cotislruc- tlon throughout. Shown by appointment only. E.M. TERRY Phone 2381 or 2134 , . .'5TJJ '-\r~ \&*f {•^kJm O|icn l:0n p.m. Slum Sljr 3l Dusk. J Shows Every M LAST TIME TODAY ANDREWS CADU BAIENBA CUUDE RAINS —^^ r S^>i'i i ST*rvrr-. *i ^-rlN PHItIP D01N SHORTS: "Tor With Star" | 'Fafr Haired Hare' TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY Hiree Giris 1 Pasts Hide the Same Reckless Mis-step! , r ..i.",eg^ r i5^K5V.?i*SS«S«w«-^*.^.- ^^ «*«3a». Warner Bros'. j -H ill ?« " tfr* &-~~ il^tef**' I tlEANORlWR' PATRICIA NHL- RUIH ROMJSN ' A UNITEO'STATES PICTURES PSOLV" CARTOON «, COMEDY" with lelf.oHiuilin c |i p . _ hordsil p,n in orld lo lo,o» Sheoffer's *+ SheaFfar's TH" trim, ilrm jlylinp, (or bsnuly and w .V Staffer's TH 1 icnl UK QpM point, i oily ground j n 14 vril.np ,lyl»!l , *4 Shear's TIC plnce lo >.>(, S%ol!er'> fW ond cornporo Irotur. for leoiure (STORE NAME) RITZ GUESTS Air. and Sirs. John Arends and family Mr. and Mrs- B, N. NorlhciiH Miss .luanila Overman Mr. and Mrs. Knland \Vnrrington and family TUESDAY & WEDNESDAY * * COLUMBIA PtCTUMS p,es«nls * A COBIIELIIflLDE'T[liEiiA WRIGHT CALIFORNIA CONQUES w '- KMT* ELYSE KNOX MM WILSOrt tOHH^HUBBMlft f\ "1'ii* 1 ''"'. -•*• t *^!i.i'' 1 " :•' • "j**^*' V-"^ 5 " 1 '\y^** Also .Melro News TUES - \VKI> . THURS W « M wT ~ff T? •& ^*-^J_ v / •& »«*!• f »» Krs« >i IMC IK E. KtMl • ?ro*JSrt In SIM X«TTW>K • OifKteJ h 1C* UNOEKS Shorts: "Snooze Reel"; "West Point Today" 2 Admitted For The Price of L » DOUBLE FEATURE RITZ GUESTS Miss Cliffic Overman Mr. and Mrs. \V. 1C. Hodtrcs and family Mr. and Mrs. Harold I,. Honrl Mr- and Mrs. Gene Ellis WOODS DRUQ Rlylheville - PLANTERS- EXPERT SPRAY PAINTING 0 Melal Roofs • Houses * Farm Buildings Experienced! Reasonable! Call or Write For Free Estimates Phone 215W ROYAL WEAVER Sfeele Mo. Detective Story Hits _A StAURT 5«./elt»«. Also Cartfton

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