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/?AOT5 TWO RTATITEVrU.K (ARK.) COURIKR NEWS MewA SATURDAY, JANUARY 7, Jane Shelton, Society Kditor Phone 44G3 Miss Crump Is Wed To Billy Lambert Miss Lftvcna Crump, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Cruinii, became (lie bride of Billy Lambert, son ol Mr. and Mrs. Ira Lambert, Sr, of lilylhcvillc, in a ceremony perform cd Dec. 25 at the First Church of the Nazaiene. The Rev. Eioyal Sciuillz, pastor, officiated. Greenery and palms outlined platform where the wedding parly _<tood for the exchange of vows Floor baskets of white gladioli weie placed on either side. Branched candelabra holding lighted white tapers cast a soft siiov over the parly for the evening cere-mom The program of pre-nupli.il music was pre.senteci by Mrs. Ira C. nurs pianist, and Miss Sue McGee. vocalist. Mrs. Gaincs selections included, "Serenade." Widor, and "Church Over The Way." The traditional wedding marchrs were pLcycrt ML=s McGce's selections included '"1 Ixn-e You Truly." Bond, and ••Because," D'Hardelot. Mrs. GainM was "dressed in a green tailored suit with white hat and black acces- soiie.s. Muss McGee chose a tan suit with brown accessories. Each wore an arrangement of carnations. Immediately preceding the cere- money, the tapers were lighted by Mi.-.s Vonita Crump, sister of the bride, and Missr Mary O'Brien. Miss Crump was dressed in bl'.ie and Miss O'Brien white. Rich -rare a semi-circle of red carnations in her hair. Attending ns maid of honor anil only attendant was Miss Chnrlenc Cameron who chose for the occasion n gray suit with an 1ce blue blouse. She wore complementing black accessories and pinned pink carnations nt her shoulder. The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, Mr. Crump, chase for her wedding costume a blue suit, with pink hat and blouse. She wore ulack accessories and carried a white Bible. She pinned pink carnations at her shoulder. Bobby Joe Harper served Mr. Lambert ns best man. Ushers were Virgil McGee of Luxora, Ira Lambert and Ira Gaines of Blythevillc. Mrs. Crnmp, mother of the bride, wore a navy blue gabardine frock with black accessories. Mrs. Lambert, the grooni's mother, selected a black frock with black accessories. Each mother wore shoulder arrangements of white carnations. Mr. and Mrs. Lambert are now at home in Blytheville. Miss McLeoci Speaks At Chapter "N" Meeting Miss Anne McLcod presented a . discussion of Cottey Junior College, , Nevada, Mo., yesterday at the meeting ' of Chapter "N"" of the PEO sisterhood when the gronp conducted a business meeting at the home of Mr&. John Caudill. Mrs. J. W. Adams presided over the meeting at which 14 members were present. Mrs. C. A. Cunningham, who was in charge of the program, introduced Miss McLeod, who discussed the functions and activities of the school. She ts the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Damon McLeod and Is j now a freshman in school. EX<; AGi:n— Mr. and Mrs. Emerson Smith have announced the engagement of their daughter, Iris Elizabeth Smith, to Dr. Riclitmi W Arty, son of Warner Art/, of Flushing. N.y. Wedding date ;s to be announced later. Coming Events Social Calendar Monday Group meelinss of the Women's Council of the First Christian Church will lie held beginning with 1 o'clock potlurk luncheon. Mrs. Johnson Blackwcll hostess to Hie OEO Club. Circles of first Baptist Church meet at 2:30 p.m. Circle One—Mrs. Murray Smart; Circle Two—Mrs. 11. H. Brooks; Circle Three -Mrs. Marvin rtazer; Circle Hour—Mrs. Lloyd Stickmon; Circle Five—Mrs. Jesse Seeman and circle Six—Mrs. Ivy W. Crawford. Lake Street WSCS meets at 2:30 p.m. at the Church. First Presbyterian circles conduct regular meetings. Circle One -Mrs C. S. Corey. 3-17 S. Division at 2'30 Circle Two—Mr.s. W. A. Dobyns. 1301 W. Main at 2:30. Circle Three- Mrs. E. R. Lancashire, 1037 Chickasawba, 2:30. Circle Pour—Mrs. Oor- don Harris, at the church at 8 p.m. Circle five In the Pastor's study at 8 p.m. WSCS of the First Methodist Church meets for I o'clock lunch- eon.in charge of Circle Two. Mrs. Harry W. Hainrs circle chairman Mrs. Hardy Enlerlains CBCCJtib, One Guest Mrs. J. n. Smith was gue.st with 'He cac eliib wiien the groii]) met yesterday at the home of Mrs. Alvln Potted plants decrirated the rooms in which rook was played Winning hish score was Mrs o o Elkln.s. srccomi high Mi-s. p.^i m,' nmi and rooko. Mr.s. C. S. Dowd'y Dunne; Uic afternoon Mrs. Hardy •>enect pie and coffee. H iclay Club, Guest Meets Wilh Mrs. Oscar Fendler, Mrs. Oscar Fendler entertained members of the Kriclay club and one Bll r.«t. Mi's. Frpri Plecman yesterday for Die weekly mceliiu; Preceding the bridge game' Mrs Pcndler served a dessert course In the game Mrs. Harmon Taylor von liictli. Mrs. .lames C. Guard second high ami Mrs. James bridgo. Roy Mrs. Foci/. Hostess To Friday Contract Club Mrs. (i. O. Poctz was hostess yesterday to tlie Kr:ctny Contract Club and one guest. C.uest for the meet- ill!.' was Mrs. Charles Langston. the afternoon bridge game Lan<;.sUm won high, Mrs second high and Mrs. Loy Welch briclso. Immediately following (he game Mrs. Poctz served a sandwich plate. Ill Mrs. Poetz and Mrs. W. chairman. I. Denton program Tuesday Mrs. Lloyd Sticknipn entertains Tuesday Bridge Club. La Petite meets with Mrs W p McDaniel. Tri-Town complimented by Mrs. Gene Teafortl. Mrs. N. n. Jerome entertains La. Nueve. High School PTA Sxecuth-c Hoard neeting at 2:30 p.m. General mcet- ng at 3 p.m. Jayceettes meet In Club room at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Delphian Society meets at Hotel Noble at 10:00 a.m. Club Eight entertained by Mrs G. o. Poclz. Mrs. E. J. cure hostess to Wednesday club. Mrs. Aubrey Conway hostess to Chapter -D" of PEO sisterhood with a 1 o'clock luncheon. Thursday Mrs. O. O. Elkins hostess to Bly- thevillc Rook Club. Thursday Night club meets with Mrs. J. A. Saliba. Avalon Bunco Club entertained by Mrs. Hugh Gentry. Mrs. Harold Illusion hostess Thursday Rook Club. Octette Club plays at the n. C. Rose home at lioscland. Mrs (Mlbrey Conwav entertains Mid-Week club. , Thursday Club meets with Mr.s ' E B. Gee. Mr.s. Kcl B. Cook hostess to Double Four Bridge club. j l-'ridav Mrs. Lemlennic Fowler hostess to [ CP.C Club. . Friday Contract meets with Mrs. ; George Pollack, Jr. : Bits of News Mr. and Mrs. Joe T. Payne of Tenn., left todav for CARUTHERSVILLE NEWS Hy Joan Dougliiss I'linlo by O'Slecn MAltHTi:i> lUXTlNTLV—Me. and Mrs. Hilly Lambert are shown immediately following their wedding Dec. 25. They were married in the First Church of the Hpznrenf! In Blytheville. They arc now at home In Blythcvillc. Record Sum Contributed By Baptists A total of S70.770.51 was raised during 191!) for all phases of the church program at the First Baptist Church, according to the financial report for the year. The funds represent the largest amount to lie raised by the church in one year, and it was pointed out in the report that it was about forr ami a half times the S1H.OOO collected by the church six ycar.s ago, when the Rev. K. O. Brown began his pastorale in Blytheville. Vile funds included $62/155.05 as subscribed to the church budget. .. - • -- —.. ..*. j and S24.6fl-l.73 of the amount was inclr home after spending several 1 paid from the budget Into the days here as guest of Mr. and j Church BuilciinK fund. The report Dyersburg, Mrs. R. w. Blue and family.' Mrs. George Pylcs is spending some time in St. Louis as guc.st of Mrs. Roy Harper ami Mr. Tlarp- er. Mrs. pylcs returned to St. Louis with Mrs. Harper who bad been in Blythevillc for several we-?ks due to the illness and death ot her mother. Mrs. A. M. Butt. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Price of Memphis announce the birth of n (laughter yesterday at the Methodist Hospital. The baby, who is their third child, has not been named. Mr. and Mrs. Price have two sons MTS. Price is the former Miss Landls McLeocI of lilylheville. Her mother, Mrs. Method, is with her. Carol Bailey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Bailey, lias returned from Memphis where she visited as guest of her uncle. C. E. Rickard atiri family, while in Memphis she also showed thac 513.927.05 was received through operation of a Special Gifts Building fund for 37 Sundays. This makes the tolal building fund S38,022.08 for the year. During the entire building campaign, S105.817.51 has been raised. Tlie 1950 budget will allocate S32.8!G.!)5 lor the building fund. S41.220 for the operations and missions budget, and a provision for the special gifts fund to continue for 52 more Svndays, which would make the tolal budget SIOO.OC6.95. Two Health Records Are Set in Arkansas Cotton Hotel niicl other holiday LITTLE ROCK, Jan. 7— M'l-Two att,'nded a nainbow dance'at Kin" i Alka " 3as health records—one bad ". and on.? good—were set in 1949. An all-time high number of ]n>lio cases—989—was listed by the State Health Department. The unofficial polio death toll was 44. But it was the first year in which not a case of smallpox was reported in the staU?. activities. Miss Anne M t.cod is visiting in Memphis'a s guest of her sister. Mrs. Warren Price. Mr. E'rice and fam- liy. "Miss McLecid will leave for N'evada. Mo., for Cottey Junior Col- 1'gc. Saturday where she will continue her studies. The United States' standard mile A clay tablet unearthed in ruins at sea Is fi.080.27 feel, while British.! L'OO miles north of the site a! French and Ocrman versions range | Babylon and now preserved at Har- from two shorter. Inches to four red vard University, the oldest map is believed to be in the world. K/IK J{;CI[1 f/lt .\ H (10 Ll IHTll Mr. and Mrs. Kmusim Smith are announcing the cngagemetit of their daughter, Miss Iris L'li/alwth, '6 Dr. Richard W. Art* of that that city. Miss Smith Is a graduate of the local school and completed her nurse's training at the St. Louis City Hospital School for Nurses. She later attended Lakeside School for Anesthesia at the University of Cleveland, Ohio She is at present employed at Wilson Memorial Hospital, Johnson Cily, New York. Dr. Art?, was graduated from Columbia College and Columbia Col- l"ge of Physic-inns and Surgeons. Columbia University. During the war he v\ ns a captain in the Army Medical Corps. While in the service he served in F.uropc, Dr. Ariz is now .sen'iMt; as resident surgeon at Wilson Memorial Hospital in Johnson city. N'. Y. No definite date has been pet for the wedding and plans will be announced later. Music Club Has .Meeting The members of the Music Club were entertained Monday evening at tlie home of Mrs. Charles Dorroh- A routine business meeting was conducted. Mrs. jack Tipton presented a program on the art of ballet. Mrs. Tipton demonstrated the various positions of the dance. The hostess serv:d refreshments of ice cream am] cookies to the 15 members present. Methodist Circles Meet Circle one of the Woman's Society of Christian Service met on Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. p. W. Cnleman. Mrs Ora Wallace was co-hostess. Twenty members attended. There was one visitor, Mrs. Jeff Swift of St'. [/mis Tlie devotional was given by Mrs John Sawyrr. Jr. Mrs. Helen Baker presented the program, which was a book revirw about conditions in Japan. A regular business meeting was held with the president, Mrs. Carl Baskin. presiding. The hostess served a salad plate with coffee. The members of the Circle Two of the Womans Society of Christian Service held their meeting Monday evening at the Methodist church. Mi.ss Minnie McGill was in charge of the devotional and the program "Missionary Work in Japan." was given by Miss Botha! Mallourc Mrs. R. L. Ward, Jr., presided over the business meeting. At the close of the meeting refreshments of coffee and cake were served in the basement of the church. Mrs. Mnry Jean Haskins ent-r- tained the members of Circle Two of the Wesleyan Service Guild at their regular business meeting on Monday evening. She w-a-s assisted by Miss jcanctte Hamra. During trie bus-n ess . session the group discussed several project.= Refreshments of fudge and cold drinks wore served. The next meeting will be January 1C at the home of Mrs. Louise Xcely. Miss Frances Neely will serve as co-!:ostcss. Key fluli Has Mccliiu; The local chapter of the Key Club met Monday evening at the Presbyterian Church. A routine business meeling was conducted by the president. JaniTS Churchill. The initiation nf new IKTS -,\hich was to take place that that evening was noHr.nned until ir.embfrs which was to take nmcc tru: following evening. During i*:.- mceiing th? b'lys were pie.-cmcd with their official Key Club pins. The next meeting will be January Washing coal reduces Ihe sulfur content, making It suitable for colc- Parklnson. His brother. Harold who attends Arkansas state College a? Jon^boi,, Ark., also r( ™S £ , Taylor, and Miss aoSg drove to Memphis. Tcnn w"d'« day evening to attend the Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo Mr. and Mrs. Robert' (Bud) Pierce returned to Starkville, Miss Tues day. where he is a slu ,i' i ,1 Mississippi a slu ,i i , College after slat* er spending the holidays with relates here and in cape tateoneg c;ou>t:x WKDOING ANNIVKIISAKY—Mr. and MI-S. Joseph peii- liiuii-r Mill celebrate tiieir golden wedding anniversaiy Jan. 9. They plan a qint-i celebration at their home at 1027 chickasawba with their three j childien and families who will be here for the occasion. Locals Mrs. Ola Hob l»sc was among lho.se 111,111 this city attending the [Hrloimance of the Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo in Memphis on Wed- nesdav evening. Mrs. List is an instructor rif ballet and tap dancing in Carllthersville. Mr. and Mrs. B if. Hanira and family attended a wedding reception of Albeit Hamra and his bride in Scnath, Mo., on Sunday. Pr;itik and l.ev> Dorroli, Mike Cunningham, and Joe Mulr returned to Columbia, Mn. p Tuesday after spending tlie holidays with their respective parents. All the boys are students at the University of Missouri. Mr.s. Paul Vrook j :r and daughters spent several days last week in Kemon, Tcnn., visiting in the home of Mi-s. Hooker's sisters, Mr and Mrs. Laura Barnes, and Mr. and Mrs. R. I). Johnson. Among those attending the Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo were: Mrs. K. W. Hawkins and daughters, Harriett and Julie, Miss Jackie Coker. and Miss Jill Calihan while there they met Miss Helen Coker, a music student at Southwestern and Miss Jacki-2's sister, and attended the performance together. Mrs. H. n. Plgmon motored to Columbia. Mo., Wednesday, to take her daughter, Marjorie. a student (Fellhauers To [Observe Golden iWedding Day I January 9, 1900, was a big day in j I the life of Miss Anna Marie Oisick ! j - She became the bride of Joseph ! j Pellhauer in a church ceremony' i performed in Nacomas, III. I And now here to help their par- i ems celebrate that day b! fifty j years ago when they began their 1 married life together will be their three children. Mrs. George P'en- wick, Mr. Fenwick, and family of St. Louis, Lester J. Fellhaucr and family of Little Rock and Mrs. Dave Salomone and family of Ottawa, 111. A quiet celebration -s planned for the observance of this day which culminated a childhood romance. Mr. and Mrs. Fellhauer and family plan to attend services at the Church of the Immaculate Conception and to spend the day hit reminiscing and family reunion. SAVE MONEY GUARANTEED SHOE REPAIR H-flLTCRS MJHLITY SHO€ SHOI IZI W. M« IN ST. at Christian College there. Oliver F'arkinson. a student at Missouri University, returned to j school Tuesday evening after spending the Christmas holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. toi 1 At [" o lilithcvillc- Hnspitnl Di- missed: T H, o..b'«-ne. I.cnchville. i Mrs. Guy Bomlancl arid b.iljv j Manna. - Uismi.-.-r Ml'". Walls Hospital Milton and baby. : F -1 FHis n ml baby. Rt 2 ' Gccirec Cunningham. Car- mon. lUircictte City. By Sue Burnr-lt i:c..lined lor ex'.:-;, • :" ji;i:i"r MIK- i; U f, ci; - otl | }] j n _ i |.'I inpli.ie -ici-ent .uio a Imirh ol i,:c« 9. n u 13. 14. 15. 1C :,]„! jj, H IX ,, u . r-hurl' sli'fvo, 3'i yaiilx o[ 3n-i[ U -li For tliis |)3!ti-!-n ,5|. ]u i 25 c{ ,|,t s _ Continuous Shows !ln\ Office Opens 1:45 Show Sl;irls 2:00 01i ^.m r.':1i p.m. 4:30 p.m I.ISTKN TO KLCN Saturday * "i IMJ> |j.i;u,ii .send 25 ecu's ill COINK. \<K,f name ndri'cs* si/e /"* I /*"< S^s;;?i hu ^ T K;^. : Cjrand Canyon 530 South Wells Sticel Chicien i' "'"' liir]l;lrcl Ar| e" 'I. Chicaqa 7 jn. Don't miss- tiie new FASHION. .The Full and Winter Issue will de- llnht you wilh iu up-to-the-minute, easy to mr<ke frocks for alt the i faintly. l-~ne ciit i>;u,,'rn p:intcdi- Inslde the book. 25 cents. i M Mily Hclli lln-lus Scri.il: "\Vilcl Hill Hirkok" No. 15 ?.nil Short Keservc District No. 8 State No. 81-105 Itcporl of Condition of The Farmers Bank & Trust Company of nivlhcvillc. Arkansas [il :i Slate iMiikiiif; tiislilutinn ins liuvs »f this Slult ami a I'ublishocl in ivcforilaiifr vil Ihr dnst: of business Dcccmhcr 31, 19 in. rcanizcil and opcraling undi-r the l>,ink- mrtnljer ,,r (lie Federal Reserve System. i;i|| niaile by Hie Slain ll:inkii, B An- lluirilies and by the !'fderal Keservc Hank of Ihis llislrict. A S S K T S Cash, balances with other tanks, including reserve balance. and cash items in jivoecss of collection ............... S 2.237.330. 13 United States Government oblic,a;ion.s, ilircct and Biuir- anlercl ............................................. 5,1'jn.l.io.oo Olili^ations of States and puliui:,,! sulKiivi.sions ........... S8.ono.OD Corporate .stocks nuchuling St-xOUO.OO stock of Federal Reserve bank i ....................................... 15.000.Ctl Loans and disconnls (iuc'iidiiiK S3.lfM.72 overdrafts I ...... 3,7i;9.e(ir>.3.i Bunk premises owned Siio.ouo.do. fiuniliue nnd flxuircs SI C0.001 .01) Assc-ts of Insurance Department ......................... 3.X943.7J O' lier a.vsels ............................................ i ( } Q TOTAL ASSETS S1 l,306,3fiO 21 1.1 A n i L i T 11: s Demand deposits of individuals, naitncrships. and corporations s s,190,2an.-17 Time deposit.". <n individuals, partnerships, and corporations Deposils o! United -States Government (including postal .savings) Deposits of Slates and political subdivisions Deposits of banks Oilier deposits n-ertiliod and officers' checks etc) TOTAL DKPOsriS S10.M2.030.33 Liabilities of Insurance 1): partment Other liabilities . 1,054.839.79 39.637.50 371.-1IO.CI 58I.232.C7 261,5002!! 35.913.13 IC2.47 inot itirhiriinfr siitxiidinated TOTAL LIADILITIES obliBiitions sllcmn In (A 1' 1 1 A 1. A C<: O I! NTS Capital' ....................... ........................ -Surplus ................................................ Undivided protils ....................................... Hcservcs land velireinciu account lor piefcncd capital) S10.5'i8.13li. r1 3 200,000.00 -lOO.OOO.OO 10S.223.68 20.000.00 TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUMS. 728.223.68 TOTAL LIAHII.ITIUS •This bank's capital * .i Common stock «nli Assets pledged or ass-sue other purposes Loans as shown alhive are I, R. L. Hanistrr. caslii, that the nbuve stau-nunt :s Rlnle of Arkansas. County Sworn to and suli^eiilio (Scn '' , , My conituissiou exp AM) CAPITAL ACCOUNTS. . .Sll.30li.360.SI ir^iM.s i>(: (,>;al p,u value of S200.000.00. M i: M O K A N 1) A d hi secure liabilities and for s 125 000 00 after deduction cif reserves of.. llk«.5ti ;• of (he ii!x)i-e-nanied bank, hereby cerliry ;i»e ;<> thf l)est of my knowledge -incl belief. R L. Ii.ini.strr, Cashier Correct- -Attest: B. A. Lynch F. R Warren J. L. Chnrry, Directors of Mississippi, ss: d beloie me tliis Bill day of January. 1050. K. R. liiyar,, Noturv Public. rs Marc-h 2.1. lOnl. DESIGNED FOR YOUR HOME The simple disnit>- of this vin- usually tine Corner CKin^ Cave with its clean cui line* will appeal to lionic owners of dii- crjtnin.ning ustc. Appealing. too, ij ihc Aicr.tctiv* price whuh brinps quality \vitliin tlie teach of (he nuxlcst new home or tr nitxlclmg Uvutgcl—an oimt.ind ing Morc-for-ihc-Moncy Value. BUILDERS SUPPLY CO., Inc. \V. H. "Bill" Pe.ise .1. 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