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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVTLLE (ARK.) COURIER NETTS Pat Mullina, Society Editor Phon* 4461 Bridg Play e League Ends in Tie Members of the Blytheville Duplicate Bridge League played Saturday afternoon at Hotel Noble, when n four-table Howell movement ended in a tie for first and second places. Tic ing for the two places, were Mrs. E, B. Gee and Mrs. a. 0. Councllle, and Mrs. B. A. Lynch and Mrs. Jim Role.non. A six-week's series ended Saturday. Winning first /or I he second consecutive lime was Mrs. Jim Foleson, with second going to Mrs. Frank Orlgsby. third to Mrs. W. D. Chamblin and .fourth to Mrs. Georgia Bailey. The winners .game which was scheduled to' be played at 7:30 tonight at Roy's Log Cabin In Jonesboro has been canceled. 8 Scouts Picked To Serve at Meet Eight curved-bar Girl Scouts from Blythevilte have bocn selected to serve as pages for the Dixie Regional Conference to be held at the University of Tennessee's student center beginning tomorrow. The girl scouts selected were Gall Whllsitt, Patty Scott, Janice John son, Linda Taylor, Betty Lee Oar- rott, Nnncy Hsmuy, Gallyn Stllwell and Mary Kay Crafton. Also attending the three-dny meeting will be Mrs. Glenn Ladd, president of the local council; Mrs. Hugh Whftsilt, vice-president; Mrs. Leonard Johnson, secretary and Mrs. C. E. Graves, Mrs. R. A. Nel- IV.. R. Campbell, Mrs. Jerry Cohen. «on, Mrs. Darrell Lunsford, Mrs. Mrs. W. I. Malln.' Mrs. William "Wyatt and Mrs. John Johnson. "Girl Scouts—a Growing Force for Freedom" is to be the theme for the-meeting. U.D.C. Honors Mrs. Branson Members of the Elliot Fletcher Chapter of the United Daughters of Confederacy honored Mrs. A.'M. R. Branson, an honorary president, »nd one .of the oldest members In point of service to the chapter. A vase of red and white carnations, the chapter flowers and colors were presented to Mrs. Branson on her 801 h birthday, Nov. 3. If You Wear A Half Size / By Sue Burnett You're certain to be delighted wi.h this good looking Jumper and blouse combination that is created particularly for the shorter figure. ' Mr. and Mrs. Fred Shaben, Jr. Miss Carolyn Child.Is Married In Catholic Church Ceremony In a ceremony performed at the [minaculnt6 Conception Catholic Church Saturday morning at 9 o'clock. Miss Carolyn Child of Cincinnati, O.. the daughter ot Dr. and Mrs. Fred R. Child of Blytheville, became the bride of Prcd Shaben, Jr., of Erlanger, Ky. Mr. Shnben is the son of Mr, and Mrs. Fred Shaben, Sr., also of Erlanger. Two baskets of white chrysanthemums tied with while satin, and Interspersed with greenery, stood 'hy the altar rails, and. on the altar stood two Identical baskeU. centered by a white calm covered prie dleu. Forming a complete background from the floral arangetnent, were rows of cathedral tapers burn- Ing In branched candelabra. , Mrs. B R. Cullen. organist, and sister'ot the bride, wore a\blege wool street length dress wlth'V'chiir- trettse orchid pinned at her shoulder. She provided a program of nuptial music during the ceremony. Miss Mnry Ann shnlwn, sister of the groom, wns the bridesmaid, nntl was dressed In a blege tafctta ballerina length (jown with a match- Ing half hat. She carried a colonial bouquet of yellow cnrnatlons Inlc Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Mnry Alice Owen, Manila Mrs. J. J. Pope, Luxora J. L. Deadrick, City Mrs. James O. Alexander, Route three John Scott, city W. A. Ellis, city Mat Scruggs, city Joan.Carter, city Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. C. A. Kinnlngham, Blytheville Jewish Service Held at Temple Members of Congregation of Temple Israel last night dedicated the evening service in memory of Dr. Chaim Wclzmann, first president of the Slate of Israel After the Jewish Hag in the Temple auditorium was lowered to half stall. Dr. Alfred Vise delivered t the life And wear ,he Jumper w^ coSn, | s «^"of Vr£, 'in' l£?'^e" n^e- I morial prayer In Hebrew was re- sweaters, too. Pattern No. 8905 is a sew-rlte per- foraled pattern in sizes H'.i, 16>i. 18'=. 20>i, 2215. 2-IH. size !6'i jumper, 3vi yards of 39-inch; blouse. 2H yar.'s. For this pattern, send 30c in CCIXS. your name, address, size de;-;red, and the PATTERN NUM- BEH to Sue Burnett, Courier News, 375 Quincy St., Chicago 6, III, | Ready tor you now—Basic FASHION for '52. Pall and Winter. This new Issue is filled with ideas lor srrart, practical sewing lor a new season; gilt pattern printed Inside the book, 25c. cited by Ike Miller. The rabbi ended the service with a prayer In memory of the six million Jews who died in Europe from 1935 to 1915. Really "SOCKS" RHEUMATIC, ARTHRITIC PAIN Thousand* arc grateful for the wny the wlicylatc action of C-2223 speeds relief to rheumatic, arthritic, muscle pain. Mnny call it "the old reliable". ..use C-22J3 time and BKain to enjoy moic pleosanl period! of greater comfort I Price of fiist bottle back if not satisfied. Get C-2223. Painful cramps of "Monthly Periods" stopped or amazingly relieved in 3 out of 4 tajei in doctors' own teitil • Women and girls who on the uterus — uiiftout the suffer from those function- «»e o/ pain-acniitnmi, amtu ally-caused cramps, back- The ctrcctivencss or Lvum aches and headaches of Pui*ham's needs no proof to menstruallon — who feel IV'" ml i"^ s °t women >na X"M^dS,*"- P^^SuWKl m "y ouen c bl a lu, 1 f ae rinl "^V/JVau'pfnih *° •' ""'te unnecessarily! through the month EC" it ,--? rfU '£; &F& irH^H™"" ^' SiSfft.!-"'^!^ l»?*ss..?sj«l^"2is mini quite unnecessarllyl Such from whtc . Vegetable Compound gave complete or striking relief rfnj your pertodl Get either Ljdla Ptnkhim's j—.-.f—-- "• «.««».,»„ »\.t>d vjet enner i.yaia I inKcurn 6 ^^^^j^^^l^ from such distress in 3 OUt Compound, or new, impror^d Lvdia /MnWinm' of 4 of the cues teattdl Tiweu^witu »«idcd iron? Sit o Sui/iSi Bits of News Wo*t/y Mr. and Mm. Bruce and daughters, Linda and Brendi and Mrs. Barnett's mother, Mrs. Ethel Sampson, have returned from a visit with their daughter, Mrs. James L. Cooper and Mr. Cooper of Oklahoma city, Okla. James Cecil Lowe, II left this morning for St. Louis, to Washington University School of Medicine after spending the week end here with his family. Miss Allene Wlmberiy of Southwestern University, In Memphis, spent yesterday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Wlmberiy. She was accompanied by her room mate, Miss Frances Teer. Miss Wlmberiy has been recently added lo the annual staff there. Mrs. R. N. Ware of Tallulah, La., formerly of Blytheville is upending the week here as guest of Dr. and Mrs. H. G. Sims, Sr. Mr, and Mrs, Russell Phillips and her sister. Mrs. Pattl Knight of Selmer, Tenn,, returned yesterday from St. Louis, where they spent several days. Mrs. F. E. Black is spending several days in St. Louts with her sisters. Mrs. Roy Harper and Mrs. W. M. Robinson and their families. Mrs. Margaret Kulp of Memphis. Is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Ernest Roe and family, for two weeks. Mr. nnd Mrs. Smith K. Garrelt of Qurdon, former residents of Blytheville, were here yesterday lo be with Mrs. Oarretl's sister. Mrs. O. V. Daws.- who is ill. Mrs. Daws' mother. Mrs. A. B. Witt of Halls, Tcnn.. is also here with her. Miss Annette Whistle of Southern Methodist University was pledged to Klrkos. a campus honorary society for outstanding women. A Junior journalism major. Miss Whistle Is a member of the Delta Gamma, social -sorority at SMU. She Is n student publishing board, reprcsen- lativc. a member of the Gamma Alpha Chi. advertising fraternity, nnd Thctn Sigma Phi, Journalism fra- lernity. spcrsed with mallne and satin. Miss Snru child was her sister's iwld of honor, and wore n gown In .dentlcal de.sign to that of Miss Shaben, In nn.ua color. She also 1 wore an Identical half hat. Her I colonial bouquet was formed of pink' carnations, 'lite bride entered on the arm of. , .._,.., her lather, and was wearing a wallz B " ests aUcnd(:(l <hc drop-In party MOKDAT, WOT. W, IMt Coming Events Band Monday Mothers meet at Junior ' High 'Auditorium' at 7:30 p.m. Winners bridge game bejlru at 7:M. p.m. *t Ray'» Log c»bln In Jonesboro. Newcomrr« Club has 8 p.m. dinner at Hotel Noble. Retervitlonj may be made by calling 8897. Young Women's Auxiliary As»o- claflonal Quarterly meeting is held at Manila at 7:30 p.m. with inalalla- tion service. Wesleyan Service meeting at Pint Methodist Church meet* at 7:30 p.m. Women's Missionary Union of the First Church has 1 p.m. luncheon with buslnesj se.«!on and Royal Service -program at 2 p.m. Lake Street Methodist Church has weekly meeting. Senior High PTA has feeling at the audlorlum at 3 p.m. preceded by 2:30 p.m. meeting of the executive board. Mrs. Cecil Kelly is hosle*» to members of the Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma for a Ritual of Jewels and Pledge Ritual at 7:30 at Ho^el. Yarbro Home Demonstration Club meets. Country Club Duplicate Bridge League plays firat game in six weelu scries. S^ Charlevoix Chapter of Daughteri of American Revolution his 1 p.m. luncheon with Mrs. E. J. Cure. Mrs. J, C. Ellis nnd Mrs. E. B. Woodson at Hotel Noble. Junior Auxiliary has 9:45 a.m. meeting at Blytheville Country Club. Mrs. Rlley B. Jones is hostess to Tuesday Bridge Club. Trl-Town Bridge club meets with Mrs. Newton Whltis. Mrs. p. E. Utley entertains members of the La Petite Club. BSW Samba Club meets with Mrs. Q. H. "White. Wednesday Sudbury PTA meets at 3 p.m. at school preceded by 2:30 p.m. executive hoard meeting. Mrs. L. E. Old is hostess to members of the Wednesday Club. Club Eight meets with Mrs. Otto Scrapes. Dogwood Home Demonstration . C. Lowe's Celebrate Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. James Cecil Lowe celebrated their 25lh wedding anniversary yesterday. when 110 length ot traditional white. Lace formed the filled bodice, with long, ily point sleeves, and 'featuring a ow sweetheart neckline. The bouffant skirt was overlaid In layers of while not. Atop the prayer* book she carried, was n shower boun.net formed of a white orchid surrounded by slephanolls nnd white carnation, with knee length streamers flowing away from the arrangement. Her Hngertlp veil of French Illu- sioln wns held In place by a lacy pearl tlarn. Serving his brother ns best man was jack Shaben, and Edwin Bach served as usher. Purple crepe nylon was the mother of the bride's choice for her .daughter's marriage. The matching jacket she her was (rimmed in pink, and pinned ptnk_- carnations at _shoulder. Her, hat was of matching purple, arid 'other accessories were black. Mrs. Shaben, Sr., wore a tenl blue dress nnd hut lo match, with black accessories, and pinned orchid at her shoulder. a purple given at their home from 2:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. The refreshment table was overlaid in cutwork linen cloth, with a center floral arrangement of 25 American Beauty roses tied with silver, a gift of Or. and Mix. D. W. Eadcs of St. Louis. Flanking the arrangement were two three-branched silver candelabra. a gift of their sons. Jame.=, Cecil. II, nnd Jerry Marvin. The table Was set entlrelx of f.ll^alndl- vldual cakes topped with silver bells were served, with coffee and tea. Mrs. W. F. Cooley of Fayetteville, a eister of Mrs. Lowe, who had been the maid of honor. Mrs. Jesse Taylor, who had played the piano, and Mrs. Charles Wyllo," vocalist, in their wedding, presided at the table. The couple vvas married at Mrs. Lowe's parent's home on Walnut. Street. Mr. and Mrs. M, T. Moon. Others serving at the table were aunts of Mre. Loive, Mrs. 'Bhomas McGarrity of Memphis, Mrs. Paul Luster of osceola, Mrs. W. T. Bar- nctt of Blytheville. and Mrs. C. A. Tant. Jimmy Lee Moore. Patty Scott, Peggy Taylor, Jo Alice McGuire. Lo- •ctla Enrls of Steele, Sherry Sparks, and Amy and Mable Crook of Bur- dclte. They received silver sweater nns, in the shapes of musical in- trumcntfi. The Lowes' sons each played, and James Cecil. II, sang during the iftcrnoon. At 4 p.m. the couple's wedding hour, he sang, the original wedding music. "At Dawning." and "I Love You-Truly," and played "To a Wild Rose." Mrs. Lowe wore for the occasion, a silver smoke taffeta dress with Following the ceremony, a wedding breakfast was held nt the E" 0 " w as given a silver pin. In the Rustic Inn, when the bride's par-'""'" cuts were host for members of the bridal party nntl families. The table was centered with a three tiered cake decorated wtlh pink rose buds, and surrounded by , pink rose buds. After an undisclosed wedding trip, the couple will make their home in Erlanger, Ky., where he hns business interests. For travel, the bride wore brown fnlllc suit with beige trim. Her small otf-the-tnce hat was brown, ns were her other accessories, and she pinned the white orchid nt her shoulder. Send for this valuable book ...it's FREE! "26 REASONS WHY the GEORGE S. MAY COMPANY can help you ..." GEORGE S.AVw COMPANY Ou*vni l 01, I, Ion CrHO,. i, HI. E.lcblt.n.d 191] living room, the original music, pictures. and the bride's book were displayed along with the gifts for the couple, which were on the buffet in front of a long mirror. Seen on the mantel was a gift from Mr. Lowe, an anniversary clock by Heko. Music was played during the afternoon by students of Mrs. Lowe. Included were La Neal Sudbury, SaferCough Relief FOR CHILDREN For coughs .imi acute bronchilis dcic lo colds you can row gel Crcomulsion specially prepared for Children in a new pink and blue package and be sure: (1) Your child will like it. (2) It contains only safe, proven ingredients. (3) It contains no narcotics lo disturb nature's processes. (4) It will aid nature to soothe and hc.il r.w, tender, inflamed throat and bronchi.il membranes, thus relieving the cough and promoting rest and sleep. Ask for Creomulsion fnr Children in the pink and blue package CREOMULSION FOR CHILDREN t«ritm Coughi, Chen Coldi. Acut« Bronchim 1 for Quick Relief of ASTHMA and HAY FEVER T«$t«<f, Proved, Accepted and Used by Thousands! Ailh«noNcfnn'i polcntcd ntbullter and effcctiv* Solulion "A" Inhalant qivei quick reliel, or your money back! KIRBY DRUG STORES JOE ATKIN MACHINE WORKS »«• • HM»WMM • mnamm •» BLYTHEVILLE, ARKANSAS PHONES: Day 3142; Night 6153 tied with silver ribbon at her shoulder. Other oiit-of-to\vn guests were Mrs. Harvey Jeffries of Memphis, Mr. and Mrs.'C. E. Crook of Bur- dctte, Mr, 'and Mrs. Frank Brown and Mr. and Mrs. Chet Brown of iteele. IMI Box Office Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. At All Times Admission He & 39c LAST TIMES TONITE Double Feature Also Metro News TUES - WED - THURS Double Feature ,r-vf^f - SMI? wras-fctei cm ! StBHIWHte!»rm«IK1!l Club haj Ml their club. Chapter "D" of PBO hu 1 pjn. luncheon at the home of Mrs. J. A. Leech. Deltonlan Chapter of Delphian Society has 10 a.m. met tint at Hotel Noble. Thursday Pidelae Clasi of Pint Baptist Church has 1,30 p.m. butiness and •oclal meeting with Mr». Alvin Hardy. Mrs. Newton Whitli entertains members of La Nuev«. Mid-Week Club meets tt the home of Mrs. H. H. Houchlns. Thursday Club meeU with Mrs. Russell Phllllpi.' Mrs. F. B. Joyner Is hostess to members of the Thursday Contract Mrs. J. P 1 . Scrapes has meeting of the TLE Club. ' Mrs, Harold Davlj Is hostess to members of the OEO Club. Thursday-Rook Club is entertained by Mrs. T. O, Huey. Duplicate Bridge League begins a Thursday night six-weeks serie*. Meeting ts Held in Home Members of the Mary Martha Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Church met Friday at the home of Mrs. W. Marlon Williams. with Mrs. H. E, Blaylock as co- hostess. Eight members and two xuczts attended the meeting, which preceded a covered dish dinner. Mrs. C. L. McWaters, Sr., gave a devotional on "Faith." Read Courier News Classified Ads. failed to r»-li COLD MISERIES YOU OWE II TO YOURSttf TO FRY 666-ITS DIFfERENT 666 UOUIO-TABim by Felix Carney Years ago we used to love to sit down to our radio set and see how many far-away stations we could hear. That i cajie collar^and pinned an orchidj^obby is what is ^mown as "DX-ing." Well, now we have a champion television DX-er. He is Leslie Conley, a.Pueblo, Colorado, dairyman, who reports receiving more than 20 distant TV stations, including some in Mexico and Cuba. He tuned in the national political conventions over stations at Detroit and Atlanta, each approximately 1200 miles from Putblo'. He repeatedly get stations in Florida, Louisiana, Tennessee, Alabama, Texas and a host of other states. He lives at an altitude of 4,000 feet — perhaps one of the reasons for his successful DX-ing. But he can't get Dfcnver — the closest station to him and only a few miles away. A nearby mountain peak is in the way! From hitcher and yon: the British government is telecasting closed-circuit educational programs to 12 schools in an experiment to determine the effectiveness of teaching by television . . . TV revenues of over 5235 million in 1951 more than doubled the 1950 billings ... we note that many of our nation's colleges and universities are now giving various courses in television — both technical and aocial- ogical. Our thought for the day: We have read so much about the bad effects of smoking that we have decided to give up reading! . . . Along the same line, we hope that you have read tnough about the merits of owning- a television set that you will stop reading about owning one and actually buy one. Now is really the time to get one . . . with all the big shows back again for another fine season of entertainment. Come in now why don't you and let us show you the new G.E. TELEVISION at BLYT.fEVTLLE SALES CO. 100 E. Main Street . . Phone: 3616. O-POUZO A soothing oinlmcnt for (he relief of the ilolilng, Irrlu- tion and soreness of simple burns, chapped hands, hiv«, poison oak, eczcw.i and ath- ' lete's fool. Sold on > mcnej batk juarantee »l ill leading rlrof counters. Ask for O-POI- 7.0 today! Gentle Reminder To Forgetful Husband Helps "It there anything a wife can do," a reader asks, "when her husband grows careless about all the small courtesies a woman has a right to expect from a man!" And then she lists some of those "small courtesies" her husband no longer bothers to perform for her. Opening car doors for her; seating her at the dinner table, tak- ins the trouble to let her know changes In his plans that will afefct her; wearing hl» coat to the dinner table and so on. There was quite a list of them— and all are actually small courtesies, as she admitted. But when the man she loves stops bothering about them, they aren't small at all. It makes her feel taken for granted, more Like a paid housekeeper than n loved and cherished woman. And that Isn't good for any marriage. Why not tell the husband that? Not in anger and not In a nagging Ruth Mlllett FREE BOOK-On Rectal Troubles Why. 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