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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS NewA Pat Mil/tins, Society Editor Phone 4461 4 Guests Meet With Club Here Four guests played bridge with members of the La Finesse C]ub at the home of Mrs. Marvin Nunn. Jr., yesterday at R weekly (fame of the club. Guests for the afternoon's activities included Mrs, GcraJd Bio- nieycr, Mrs. R. -E. Grron, Mrs. Hurry A. names, and Mrs. Gar- rnrd Caudtll. A mixture of roses and c A HI fattens were ULied lo tic-corn le the entertaining room air! renter Individual tables, \vlicro she served a dessert course. Mrs. Green Iook h!^h prize of the afternoon, with st^ciitl ffoina to Mrs. Jnck Webb nnd briclyo to Mrs. Blomeyer. Class Mas Dinner And Installation Officers of the Fidolls Civs of the First Bapli't Church \vcre installed at dinner held Tlmr-day niylit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wallace. Special Riiests for the occasion Bits of News ftfaitly Mr, and Mrs. Hamilton Talbot of Heihc.sda, Md., will arrive today to be the guests of her sister, Mrs. K. R. Mason, Mr. Mason, and her mother, Mrs. M. A. Nolan. Miss Ann McDonald Is spending Hie week end In Ponlloc, Miss,, with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crlgger, ciinie UIP liriflp! 111 ' le " >' eslerda J' for p °n Bon, ", LM . C l)llac !>iLnir, On., where he will receive last night of j (ruining. Condition of A. P. Travis, who Is In tiie baptist Hospital, Room 652. Is reported "still critical." Mr. and Mrs. Murray Phillips of Warrlnslon, Mo., will he the week iM A H H I E D —Miss Marian Kutli Hicks of Bit rd a t le lie- Cliff Garner, KOD of Mr. nuci Mrs. K. A. Giii'jicr of Hnuxite. S h e is t h e ilau j?h te'r of Mr. ami M rs. John Jlicks, also of IJm-flelle. The couple will make their homo in cy, Ark. ,-. . dMrB™d.audj Ruth Hicks of Burdette Mrs. Marlon Williams. Mrs. Wai- I c Rri^fa ^(- i~~, , (~\-[{ r~ iaco was assisted by her dauchtcr, ls Dr| cie or tUQe\^e Cliff Garner , Mrs. Henry Wilson of West Memphis. Officers Installed by Mrs. Williams, who used as her theme shoes to be worn in service, were Mrs. Alvin Hardy, president: Mrs. Wado Reeves, membership; Mrs. Wallace. fellowship: Mrs. Thomas Hogan, personal ministry: Mrs. T, w. Jet- feries. stewardship: Mrs. Earl Wnl- ker. secretary; nnd group captains arc Mrs. Francis Wood, /Irs. Irby Hodge, and Mrs. B. T. Huhbard. Mrs. Brown gave the rfevottlonal, "Divine Giiidnnce." Tlio Rev. Brown ottered the. Invocation. Mr. Guests were seated for dinner at a long table, overlaid with a maderla cloth, and decorntcrt with the clnis colors, gold nnd blrcck. Mrs. C. E. Johnson, teacher of the class, gave an Inspirational talk and Mr. Wallace showed a film. Woman's Club Has Guest Speaker A meeting of members of Blythe- vllle Woman's club was held yes- terd«y at th* club, when Jcs.« Taylor gave a talk on "Poll Tax «nd Voting." -JJ. ',W. v Raycter offered th* '-prawilsltir.-teS'f . -e speaker. Freddy Gore and 'Jo Alice McOuire gave reports on their trip to muslo camp. Mnrllyn Dougherty reported on her trip to Old's State. All three were sponsored by the club, Hostesses for the day were Mrs Kay Hall, MM. RH CV Adams. Mrs' George Barhrtm, Mrs. Love Adams, Mrs. J. G. Barnes, Mrs. William Berryman. Mrs. J. Mel Brooks, Mrs. Ophla Blomeyer, Mrs. Gils Eberdt, Mrs. Chnrles Czrechin, Mrs James S. Manley, Mrs. A. G. Hall and Mrs. R, B. Hays. In a business session, plans for the faculty reception to be held Oct. 10 were made. Quests for the afternoon's program were Mrs Hugh Hudson and -'". 0111 So mervale. Trim With Color Contrast in night at the urd Church llluc God. Miss Marinn Ruth Hicks lie crime the brirte of Eugene Cliff Garner of Bauxite, son of Mrs. n. A. Garner of Bauxite. - „, 1I1( . The Rev. Plojd L Ramsey of Pine gladioli 31ljff. Arlc rprtri 1h« R n 111 i.lii.c u macnu ,,r i accessories. Her corsage also was of white roses. Reception at Jlume A reception was held at the home ot (lie bride's parents, where white _i_ .1.. >. . . ..,..- j the dccora- , ., end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Gooch, Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Henson announce the birth of a son, Thursday at the Blylfieville Hospital. He has been named Lyman Kcl- ton. Mrs. Henson Is (he former Miss Virginia Pepper. Dill Nunnalee has gone to Fort Bermlng. On. His wife, the former Miss Mary Frances Gaines and ilnuijrUcr. Deborah, will join him !n'.~r. Mr. and Mrs. T. I. Seay are In Memphis today for the football same between Tennessee and Mississippi, ami to attend the wed- SATURDAY, SEPT. 27, 19SI TO GHADUATR — Miss Bobbie Dutton oj Manila is one ol 104 students at University of Tennessee Medical units in Memphis, who will be graduated at commencement exercises there Monday night. Miss Dutton, (laughter of Mr. and Mrs. Minor Williams of Manila, will receive a certificate of graduate in nursing. She Is a graduate of Manila High School, and \vill be at John G:isU>n Hospital in Memphis. She was a member of the student council. ........,.,...,,,,!, ,ii,(i xw illlclHl lllc \VCU- ding of Miss Helen Sony, daughter I/) I (\f]n /If of Mr. and Mrs. J. I. E = ay. to | Kntll fFiifetl- WtHinm On mi -it thn T.-~.,.., t • . , prm .., Bluff. Ark., read the B p.m. Htes (Ions. A white wedding cake center Lill " ! ' w before a ar B e RnthcrluB of friends Jed the bride's table and was fKk- n WMU and relatives. Mrs. Garner is the ed by low bowl, of wle blossoms Jcan ' S h ' c , rn °'H^: aml M »- J " h " ?"-*"«?'«— M« o.t S B°ut- s to"?* , - - . at the Eevrgreen, Presbyterian Church, nnd the rc-\ ,~^ / n i ccption at Nineteenth Century UOn t DQDV the John Ed Reuenold, student at University ot Arkansas at Fay- ettevillc, is Hie wee! of his wife, and p.irci Mrs, Eddie Rcgcnold. Mrs. Charles Ray Newcomb. Mrs, c. E. Johnson, accompanied by Mrs. Ft. H. Jones ot Carson Lake, will leave Monday to attend Conference al Mt. Petit i of Burdcue A white wrought Iran arch, entwined with greenery and centered with a white satin prie dleu, was Dunked by stately while baskets of white gladioli and tern. White ca- IhedraV tapers burned In white wrought Iron candelabra, lltiws of white satin marked the pews In the bride's aisle. . Miss Sybil Quails, pianist, and Miss Bonnie Hicks, sister of the bride nnd vocalist, presented a pro- ernm of nuptial mltslc. Miss Hicks sang "You Belong to Me," and "Because." Miss Quails and Miss Hicks wore waltz length gowns of net over taffeta in pink and rose. They were given white iind blue carnations. Attending the bride were Miss Morgaretl* Ann Butler, Miss La .y*rn ^oberU/MnKiiLi...Jones, rria- ,..--, Jffm>rioj;'»nd'fflan)i'- Jones « flower girl, who wore forms] gowns of simitar design, in- varied pastel colors. The bridesmaids wore powder blue, matron of honor was gowned in pastel yellow, nmi i\ x flower girl wore pale pink. Mrs. Jones carried an arm bouquet of red roses, while bridesmaids and flower girls, curried shower bouquets of white and blue carnations. Ilrlilc Wean Net A Tnffcla A pure white grnm of net over tatfeta was chosen by the bride, who was given in marriage by her father. The fiitccl bodice'with leg- o-nmtton sleeves, was buttoned lo the high round neckline wilh a. row of tiny self "covered buttons. Her bouffant skirt extended Into a full cathedral train. Her veil of matching ne t was held in place by a while taffeta half hat The white .satin Bible she carried was topped by a single white or- . Icr poured punch. Olit-of-iown (jucsU Included the Rev. a. W. Hodges of LHtle Rock. Mrs. M. C. Luallen nnd family of Cherry Valley, the Rev. and Mre. J. D. Walters of Forrest City, the Rev. and Mrs. L. L. Dailey o! Cherry Volley, Mr. ami Mrs. Herman Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Dickson of Memphis. Mr, and Mrs. William Marshall of MoneUc, Jhmny Ray nnd the Rev. D. D. Froud of Dlylhevllle, Miss Mary Ann Griffin ot Steelc, Mrs. Hilton Stephenson of Stecle. Silver gray talfeta was the bride's choice for her wedding trip. . Lewis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Linwood Lewis has been taken back to the Baptist Hospital In Memphis. He Is in Room 315. His firfindmother. Mrs. Roy Head is wilh him. and her mother, Mis Ida McMichne], who is also a patient at the Baptist Hospital. Miss Iva Lou Langcton of Dycss has begun her freshman year at Hurtling College at Searcy. Valedictorian of her graduating class at Dyess High School, she i.s the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James C. Langdon. Among Mississippi County students, attending Blue Mountain College, who have Joiner] societies She wore her white orchid at her I are Mlss Cnrol y> 1 Lynch of Wilson, shoulder, and complemented her! who has J°' nct l the Eunomlnn Society; Miss Jjanita Austin of Ty- aj _ Father; Children ^ Can't Enjoy Home Has earning a living for a family become such a toujh, nerve-wraek- Job that it Is n wife's duty lo protect her breadwinner from the noise and demands and healthy exuberance of their children? That's the question poseci By a reader's letter. She writes: "My husband says he Rulli Slillelt -, i 00 exhausted at the end of the day to put up wilh the noise raid confusion of children. So at his request I have been giving the children their dinner before he gets hone from work and putting them to bed before we have our dinner together. "On Saturday afternoon he gets away from the children by playing dress with bright red accessories. They will make their home In Searcy. chid, surrounded Bcanly rosebuds. by American . Serving his brother as best man was Ix-cn Garner, mid ushers were and Holllce Johnson of Osceola James Quails of Burdette. Mrs. Hicks chose for the marriage of her daughter, a dress In deep plum shade Kith complement- in!! accessories. She pinned white roses at her shoulder. The mother Club Has Party In Dorris Home Mrs. Thomas Dorris ivs* hostess last night to members of her club. Stitch and Chatter, for a party and business meeting at her home. Wlttv.roscs and snapdragons pre- domimithyg™ doral arrangements, the hostess. served dessert course after party games were played. -Mrs. Wesley Thomas, Mrs. Frank Perkins. Mrs. James Mtzzcll and Mrs. Hnrold Eubanks won game prizes. Plans for a Halloween party were discussed during a business session. Bride Is Honored At Shower Here Mrs. Albert Smothers, Ihe former Miss Virginia Everett, was honored with a miscellaneous shower at the Woman's Club here Thursday night, by the employees of Rice Stlx Factory, member's ot Local 598 of Amalgamated Cloth- Ing Workers of America. Mrs. L.iuna Everett, mother of the recent bride, Is president of Local 698. roran. who hns joined the Euzelian Society, and Miss Mary Sue Holt, of Manila, wVio has Joined the Mo- denlan Society. New Diplomatic Set-Up Made by Canada-U.S. OTTAWA. Canada W)—Canada's external affairs department will r-s- tahlish a division to concentrate entirely on relations with the United States and the rest o.' J'.ie western hemisphere Tiie American nnd Par Eastern division which has existed for some years Is being split into two pnrts. This development climaxes one of the largest reshuffling of higher- level diplomats and officials the department has had In some yeiirs. Christopher c. Ebcrts. 39, native of Montreal »nd one-time Rhodes scholar, leaves the cabinet secretariat to head the new Aiifcritn,, division, embracing the United States, Central and South America Don't ever use ammonia in the soap and water solution you prepare for cleaning your costume Jewelry, This rule nlso includes all jewelry that Is gold or silver plated. ay golf. And on Sunday I nm under a constant strain trying lo keep them quiet while he reads, listens to the radio or naps. "T'-i< kind of setup may make life more pleasant for my hnsband, but It Is netting to be a strain on me. And Ihe kids might as well not have a father, for all they see of him." In trying to make things easy on the breadwinner. It is possible to shield him too much from the stresses nnd strains of family livtns Crrtainly when a wife starts shielding him from his own children she is pampering him too much. Rather than whisk the children out ol sight when Papa turns In th= drive, a woman would be wiser to see lo It that the children are reasonably quiet—if the father is tired out—and that they eat at the family table with thctr parents so long as they behave themselves. Setting aside one or two evenings a week when the parents have, a quiet dinner after the children are in bed is a good Idea. But It shouldn't be an every-nlght routine. Even though they may work him! to enrn (he 'imily's living, men shouldn't have to be babied to the extent that their children can't enjoy natural family living. Read Courier News Classified Ads Children old enough to use a bl- i| . --- i rycJe must know and obey commun-:'[ of the groom was ity i ra ff lc regulations. || 8845 By Sue Burnett Here Is an nttrartivn davtimc dress that buttons down the front Is a real time-saver when it comes to upkeep. Bands of bright color are used for collar, sleeve and pocket trim. . Pattern No. 8845 Is a sew-rtte perforated pattern in sizes 12 H ie 18 20; 40, 42. Size H. 4'; yards'of'39- inch; -H yard contra-st. Fur this pattern, send 30c In COINS, your name, address, size do- sired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnt.", Courier News 375 Qulncy St., Chicago 6, 111. Ready for you now—Basic FASHION for '42, Pall end Winter. This new Issue Is filled with ideas for smart, practical sewing for a new season; gift pattern printed Inside the book, 25c. NOTICE Quarferfy payments of Sanitary or Garbage Fees are due October 1st. It is necessary that these fees be paid so this service may be efficiently carried on. Please co-operara by paying promptly to: CITY CLERK, in City Hall City of Blytheville Phone 2282 For Service Closed today, Sept. 29 In observance of the religious holiday BEE HIVE STORE FEINBERG 7 S NEW YORK STORE MESS'S JIEDEL'S LANSKY'S ZELLNER'S OSCEOLA NEWS By Bellye Ne!!e Starr Wlch Club Meets Mrs. Ely Driver entertained her four table pitch club Wednesday afternoon for dessert followed by pitch. Pink and red roses were combined with cosmos to form the Jloral decoration In Mre. Driver's home. Mrs. Spencer Driver was high score winner and Mrs. Dick Cromer won low. Bridge Cluh Meets Mrs. Dwight Blackwood was hostess to her four-table bridge club Coming Events Monday Business Women's circle of Trinity Baptist Church has a business se.s-.iion at the home of Mrs R w Woolen at 638 Lake. Mrs. C. S. Lemons !s hostess to members of the executive board of the Women's Missionary Union of the First Baptist Church with a 1 p.m. luncheon. Miss Millie Anne Mallory Is hostess to members of the Young Women's Ausilliu-y of the First Baptist Church. Tuesday American Legion Auxiliary has semi-monthly meeting at the hut Mrs. Q. H. White Is hostess to members of the BSW Samba club. N. N. Bridge Club Ls being entertained by Miss Shirley Barksdale. Duplicate Bridge League plavs at Country Club. Wednesday Garden Club has 2:30 pjn. meeting at the Woman's Club. Mrs. Bernard Jasgcrs is hostess to members of Hiyh Two Bridge Club at the Razorbnck Drive-In Mrs. Jesse M. White ts entertain- it)!? members of Club Eight. Mrs. Lewis Henderson is hostess to members of CIB. Thursday Mrs. Louis Cherry is hostess for the first meeting of the season of Mid-Week Club. Mrs. Lynn Hughes entertnim members ol La Nueve Club at her home. Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel Noble. Mrs. Gilbert Smythe Is hostess to members of the TLE. Thursday Rook Club meets nt the home of Mrs. \\'. B. .Mayo. Mrs. J. w. Mclianey" entertains members of OKO Club. Friday Mrs. Whitney Morgan, Jr has La Finesse club. Saturday Afternoon game Duplicate Briri"e League held at, Hotel Noble Thursday afternoon. A desserl course was served upon the arrival of the guests. Fall blooming flowers were used. In the entertaining rooms. Mrs. Charlie Hale won the guest prize while Mrs. Spencer Driver wsu> awarded high club prize. Low score went to Mrs. w. C. Mason. Mrs. J. L. Ward won brldgo. Iced drinks were passed during the afternoon. Mrs. Aloore Hostess The home of Mrs. B. E. Moore was the scene of nn informal afternoon party Wednesday given for the weeks. Mrs. C. E. Sullenger ' returned from a week's visit (n Willow Springs, Mo., as guest of her sis- ter-ln-law, Mrs. John Sullenjer. She was accompanied by Mrs'. Charles SuUenger of Little Hock. Mr. anil Mrs. David Ovraltne'y announce the birth o( thetr firjt child, a son, Thursday morning gt the Bantlst Hospital In MemphU. Mrs. Gwaltney Is the former Miej Betty Nell Bobbins. Mrs. Jack Hook left Tuesday for , nussellvllle. where she will join 'her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Brirger, who will attend a bankers convention being held In Atlantic City. N. J, They wiU spend a few (lays In New York before returning home In two weeks. Mr. nnd Mrs. Horace Moore re- lumed to (heir home on Coron* ,--., .. ..........i.tj glvcll lur LIIU iilllltn IA1 IJIL'H IIUIJ1C Ull VJUIUI1A members of the Bethany and LLL|L:\ke Monday alter a week's staj Sunday School Classes of the Hap- In St. Louis on a pleasure trip. Wed- tlst Church. ncsday night, the Moorns entertain- Thtrty young people who were lie- «<1 with a family dinner In honor Ins promoted to upper classes at-' of Mrs. Monrc's twin brother, Capt. tended the affair. Party foods and,! A. K. Hook, who is leaving for Ja- punch were served from the lace- j l>«u. Ho will report Oct. 1 and will covered dining (able whlrh held '•" "— '" " "'- —"- —' remerpleco of blue aecratum a golden marigolds. Personals Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Driver left by automobile Friday for Saglsnw, Okla.. where they will visit. Mis. Driver's sister. Mrs. Carnall Wheeler. They expect to be cone two be there 18 mouth;. His wife and small son, A. E., Jr., will reside (n Memphis during his absence. Mrs. J. H. Lovcivell and Mrs. Kat« Hnlc' were Memphis visitors Wednesday. Clyde Buchanan, who underwent surgery In Memphis, returned horn* Sunday and Is able lo be out. Open 1:00 p.m. Show Starts at Dusk: 2 Shows Every NIsht SAT. ONLY! DOUBLE FEATURE ™jjMK\& Scrinl: The Orugon Trail & Car iron IMt FIlfAAiCLCS SUNDAY & MONDAY -P!us Shorts"Little Motch Girl" "Pastry Ranis' pi*«i HARD, FAST) BEAUTIFUL! u IDA LUHiHO piatgcutx STIUIX \CLAIRE TREVOR • Blythevllle Hospit,^ . Dismissed: '••'. ' . ... H. R. Mosley, City Choose plastic-coated nursery wallpaper that you can clean in a jiffy with n soapy sponge or cloth. Box Office Opens 7:00 Show Starts 7:15 p.m. Admission 9c & 30c Ai At) Times SATURDAY Double Feature AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION SATURDAY ONLY.' Double Feature Serial: JJIsick Hawk and Cartoon SUNDAY AND MONDAY Here are the answers to your LOVE QUESTIONS I M-G-M meriily pr«*enli YOU FOR JV*J s , P s EIER WORD cTi eiEEi * GIG YOMG sicnr 101 SCUCT n ir t r wnirsM ROBERTS KIKM t, 001 WEIS rntsot t,, HSNRT B 1'lua I'aramminl News & Selected Shorts "No I'els Allowed" _ "Water, Every Hare" —"Pigskin I'alooka"— R1TZ GUESTS Mr. anil Mis. I.ouis Garner .Vr. and Sirs. Adtdph Heinicke Mrs. S. T. tlanlin and sons Mr. and .Mrs. R. F. Kirshner COMING SOON TO THE R1TZ WHERE'S CHARLEY in technicolor with Ray „„ [THE HIG SKY with Kirk Douglas ami Eli/.ahe'lhThrealt Also Serial: I STORY OF WILL ROGERS in Technicolor with "Zombies of Stratosphere" i RodRcrs Jr. and Jane Wyrnnn I'lus Cartoon ONK MINUTE TO 2KRO wilh Robert Mitchum SUN -MON Double Feature Dm ANDREWS CARL* 8AUKDA! CLAUDE RA1HS —I'lus— , MMO/f KOfTfOffy ua «f*5 J FOR SALE Bc.iuliful brick home on Highway 61 North In Country Club Drive Addilbn. This home has 3 cMra l.irjc bedrooms, larje closets in each; large Hvlnc room with Fireplace, dlninf room. New t;cncv:\ kilchcn. one and onc-h.llf bath's, ulililj room, l.irsc screened In front porch. Servant's house with K»s heat. Rarnge and outdoor storage. This home has new roof »nr! in top condition. Can't be duplicated tor twice the selling price. K\tra lar»e lot. choice ncljhborhood. Triced (or quick sale. SEE OR CALL JOHNNY MARR Phone 2596

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