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SATURDAY, MARCH 12, in 19 B!,YTIIEV1T.T,E 'ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE Amelia Saliba, Society Kditor Miss Anne Owen Is Wed |To John E. Harrison' The First Methodist Church (n JcmMlxn-o wns Ihe setting March 5 )(or tlic wcdtiiug of Miss Anne Eliza- I hcth Owen, daughter o( Mr. <u>d I Mrs. Roy n. Owen ol Liixora, tc 'John E.'Harrison, son of Mr. and [ Mrs. W. O. Harrison of Blytheville White Iloor baskets o( white glad- I ioii flanked by tall white tapers ii branched candelabra against a back ground of greenery formed the set j ling for the wedding party. A program of initial music was presented by Mrs. H. E. Noth of | Jonesboro. organist, and Miss Barbara Collins of Hurrisbury. soloist. Miss Collins' selections included "" lave You Truly" and "Because." The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, wore a moss preen gabardine suit with gray accessories. Her frock was complemented with a white orchid corsage. Miss Frances Ro7velle. maid o honor and the only feminine at tendant, wore a winter white suit with navy accessories and pinned a lavender orchid at her shoulder. W. O. Harrison Jr. served his brother is best man and groomsmen were Roy R. Owen Jr, and CliH Ratten. Mr.s. George Oreb of Blytheville entertained with a reception In (he Recently Married the ceremony. The bride's lable was covered wllh « clear marquesette cloth with ap- pllqued flowers over a black clolll, and centered with the three-tiered wedding cake encircled with sweet- peas. Miss Helen Gann presided at the bride's hook with Mrs. D. B. Aycock of Joncshoro. Miss Chloe Goodloe, Miss Patsy Richardson and Miss Barbara Collins, assisting In serving. Immediately following the ceremony, the couple left on a short wedding trip before returning to Jonesboro to make their home, where Mr. Harrison is attending Arkansas State. Mrs. Earl McCall Walker was before her marriage March 6 in Po Pine Room at Hotel Noble follow- lBBevi |i ei M(ss prances Louise Bass, daughter of Mrs. Hester r. Unas Portageville and Amos Bass of St. Louis. Mo. Mr. Walker is Hie son Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Farl Walker or Blytheville. Mrs. Moore Entertains C. B. C. Club and Guest Informal Supper Dance Is Given At Legion Hut Mr. and Mrs. Marcas Evrard, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Caldwell and Mr. and. Mr.s. Fred Fleeman were hosts and hostesses Thursday night when they entertained Club 28 members and guests with an informal Supper Dance at the Hut. The supper table was covered with a white cloth and centered with a low bowl of gladioli encircled with greenery and flanked by green tapers in silver holder. Green shamrocks were scattered on the table adding to the attractiveness of the decorations. Guests who attended included Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Goodman, Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Grain, Mr. and Mrs. James Roy, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Young, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Wetenkamp. Mr. and Mrs. Mike. Yates, Mr. and Mr.s. .1. R. Marr. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Dale S. Briggs. Ernest Roe, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Montandon, Mr. and Mrs. Riiey Jones, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Wilson, Mr. ami Mrs. Arthur Vance, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Godwin, Mi', and Mrs. Elbert Huffman. Mr. and Mrs. John Caudill and Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Johnston. Mrs. Ross Moore was hostess yesterday when she entertained the j. B. C. Club and one. guest, Mrs. J. G. Smith at her home, 1113 West Ash. Jonquils and japonicas in crys- il vases were arranged in the home. During the rook gamas. Mrs. Lendcnnie Fowler received hign score, O. O. Elkins. rooko. The hosless served refreshments Lf a dessert course with coffee. Coming Events Social Calendar Monday Combined group meeting of Woman's Council of the First j Memphis. Christian Church will meet at the home ot Mrs. C. A. Tant with Mrs. Dale Briggs if. co-hostess at 2:30 p.m. The W. S. C. S. nf the First ! Methodist church will meet at Ihe Mrs. Smith second and Mrs. j c | u]rc h. 2:30 p.m., lor a program meet ing. The W. M. U. of the First Baptist Church will meet in circle groups as follows; circle One, Mrs. Llovd Stickmon; Circle Two. Mrs. C. L. McWaters Jr.; Circle Three. Mr.s. Don Haley; circle Four. Mrs. H. H. Brooks: circle Five. Mr.s. I Harry Bogan; Circle Six, Mrs. Jim Bits of News Mostly Pe*i<uta,l frs. J, W. Tomllnson has return- home alter a visit o( lour ntlis with relatives at points ol crest lu California, liss Hoscmtiry Johnston, who Is indent at BIrmliiifhnm Smithprit llcee, Birmingham. Ala., will «re todny lo spend '.he wecki-nt re with her parents, Mr. nnt W. S. Johnston. Mrs, Eudora Karris Urooks ha, turned lo lllylhcvllle from Chl- ;o, 111-, to mnke her home. Mrs, ooks has complclcil her course advanced hair slylmn nt ihc ,Riie lleauty Academy In Cli!r:ii;n, d will be an operator In Hue's cauly Shoppe. Miss Mary Jo Nnur-rs, whu «t- mls War'd-Hi-lmont -School In asliville. Term,, will s|H'ml tlic eekcud here as Riicst o( lien [yarns, Mr. and Mrs. J. L., Nalifis. Lieut. Dick Wilson who is sln- oned at Ki-oll Air Force llasc, Belleville, 111., and his 8"esl. Miss Carllnr Lawless ol St. Louis. Mo., re spending the weekend here as uesl or his mother, Mrs. 11. B. Vilsoi). Mrs. Wilson will also havn s her Kuesi, another sim. Jolin Imce .Wilson who is coach iu the j\ke City Srhool. Miss Jo Ann Shrinks, Muilcnl mrse at the Methodist Uosiiilal In Memphis, will arrive toil y to spend :he weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shanks and her brothers, Dick nnd Joe Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Nmm arc spending a weeks vacation in Dallas and Houston, Tex. Mrs. Gladys Baker has returned from Pocaho'ntas where she attended the lun'.ral services lor her aunt. Mrs. \V. E. Quick o( Charleston, Mo., ami formerly ot roca- lionlas. Mrs. Kendall Berry nnd Miss V Goodrich arc spending totlny CANCK.K UHIVK TO Ol'KIS Honor Roll List Is Announced For Junior High The Junior HfRh School honor roll fot the (list six week* of ihc sei/ond semester w»s announced lo- day by omivr Stevens, pvliurlpAl •Stmlouls In Ihe seventh itnuk>, Listed on (he honor roll If.si on 1 : Hobby Jo ..lley. Kvclyn Hiuvrii. Palsy OiiUtwell, Miuy Kny CiufUm. Junntla Ferguson, MnrJoHe DIUI eity, Hetly Diwlclsoiij Mnrlhti D.VIT, Cl.vdell Klchrrtfic. Hccky Kngli ha Aim OftiiiPs, nelly Loe Onr- Loulsp Ootf, Bobby Ann GIC*KH oyi-e Ann Hull, Annie- Louise H;imt- ey. Hobby Lee Hill. Niiwy Holll :nLtil Ann Molt, Lonia II outer, ihln Pen illusion, Belly .Johnon. Rnndnl Johnson, Ni\oinl .loners. shirloy l.ovehuly, Miulc Lucius. lurry Linn. Fnuu'ls Hose, Marilyn vloy, ciullyn Klllwpll, Umlu I'tiylor. Kltthlh Krnile .stuclenl.s km hide: Nornnui Hi ntrher, Linda Mniu'li. llin old CLinlets. Chnrlo.s Colrinnn, Marilyn nmigeily. KU'ntior l)ny, i*t'^ny tilhner, l juiru lie in by, liow- n ui lltKnUuson, Ciu'lcnn K en ley Johnny l/>KHhu\ Hftndrn LOUR. Shirley Un'oluco, Jo Alice MaC'HiLie. Bonnie Nt'lle MfCormlrk, Johnny O'Urkn. Buddy Phillies, Kny Stnllh. Mm I ha HhJilpy Slni|»si>n, Niiiu-y Klovnll. The will c K^Hiiife! t'wnrrr ol April, tlir ronnol Tor lli* morti limn n mill, i voluii- 1i:or vorWr* Mt-re ileinKnrtl \>j fn^li- ion million) in, Adrinn •ml 1 ,\\j Dii.hr. The ynir-rmmil uniform hj Adrian U n lniUir«-il, onr-pirrr «lrrn of l-lnr anil white rottnii recverortf. Schools Band Mothers Hold Regular Meeting The bund mothers nT the Junior and senior bish school rnrt at llic Wndc, Mni'y Sun Wat kins, Woltlniiin, llcurd \Vylle Stanley /.ellner. Ho/fond News WE, THE WOMEN 70-Ycor-O/d Man Kills Himself in Capitol as Protest to World's State WASHINGTON. Miuch l'2. (fl 1 )— A frnll, V0-ye.ar-ol(t ninn shot himself lo dcftth hi R SenntR corridor ycfiterdny In Ihc en pi lor* third "gun Incident" In two yenrs. Slender, RI iiy-hnlred Thornns C. Wlllbms of Buffalo, N. Y., died ft* he In y .slumped on Hie. niarblt! Fight Is Right Word, Girls; It's a Rough Rut to Dodge lly Kulli MillcU NKA SlHff Wrlli-r Mr. and Mrs, Kcnnle Joe Harris d Infant .son, Bennle Joe, Jr., ovcd Sunday to Cape Girardeau 101 c Mr, Harris will attend th« ntc Teachers College for a se- c.ster, He Is mujorlnic tn history, Mr. iind Mr.s. Bill Elevens and t;, Bill Jr., of Pai'Rgoutd, Ark,, and nnd Mrs, Gerald Wheeler of ylhcvillf! were guests of Mr. and rs. Jack Rdwnrds Saturday and in day. Thf condition of Mrs. SCotl Utley ho lives west of Holland, is Kllght- inprovcd. She has been under lical cure Ihc past several lonlh.s, Nnt Nunnery and son and daugh- r, Ilaye nnd Natalie were in Mcm- jhis Tuesday nifchl to sec their wife nd mother who Is much Improved L Methodist Hospital following «. or operation last week. Accom- ylnjj them were. Mr, nnd Mrs, 'Irul! IHU-y, Mrs. Nunnery f wlll be blu to return home sometime over MJK. Annie Cohoon and dauijii- i'. Helen, are In Flint, Mich,, wllh ilr. and Mrs. Kred Kills where they will romitin til>oul three weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Byron Holly and son u»l diiiiKhlcr, Joe Byron and Nancy, | inti Mi's, l-'ern Colctnan were iu Memphis Hulurday where Joe Byron reiTlvi'd inedleal attention. C. C. Adiuns tliovc to Cnue (3i- ndcm] l^rlduy for his wife and i \ Join) \vi\n an 1 atiendina school IlicLi 1 . 'i'licy rcniiilnetl liere for tilt \vi'ek-rnd. retumlnK hack lo Cape early Mondny. Mrs. John Anlblll of Rlsco, Mo., came Tuesduy tci he with her niolli- er, Mis. .Sum Workman, wlio Is 111 nl her home Iieic. Home Economics Cottage Thursday j r|oor /,,.,,' ou , slrtc lllc ,,„„»',. Kn \\ ct y. Mrs. Fendler Is Hostess To Friday Club Members Mrs. Oscar Fendler was hostess yesterday when she entertained the • ftnn Friday Club members at her home, ^ ilULUn 1114 West Ash. In the afternoon bridge games, j high .score wns won by Mrs. Moni«* Grain, with Mrs. Fenriler receiving second high and Mrs. R. A. Porter, bridgo. Vases of jonquils were used to decorate the home. A dessert cour.se was served by Ihe hostess- Miss Maxine Copeland Weds Steve Berewiski COOTER. Mo., March 12.—Miss Maxine Copeland of SI. Louis. Mo., and formerly of Cooler, daughter of Mrs. Fannie Coprland of Cooler, became the bride of Steve Berewiski of St. Louis this morning in the Civil Courts Building there. The single-ring ceremony was solemnized ill the presence of intimate friends and relatives of the couple. Mrs. Lora Mae Bynum, of St. Louis, who was her sister's matron of honor, was the only feminine attendant. Freddie Hagcdorn. also of St. Louis, served Mr. Berewiski as best man. Mrs. Berewiski was foniier postmistress at Huffman. Ark., before moving lo St. Louis to make her home. The couple will reside in St. Louis. Steak Supper Is Given By Mrs. Philomine Linz Mrs. Philomine Llnz was hostess when she entertained with a steak supper last night at camp Monl- trie. r Guests Included Mrs. Norman Bunch, Mrs. Annabel Fill and Mrs. E. O. Ambrose, who are with the Health Unit in Blytheviile and Mrs. Henry Mcdlin, Mrs. Lagronne Whit- tic and Mrs. Bee Bunch t who are .".\ the Delta Plantation Survey office. Stee/e-Cootcr News Dr. and Mrs. John Cailahnn have returned after several days visit in St. Louis. Mrs. U>is McCann and daughter of Cnnalou visited relatives here Monday. Mrs. Claude Haxel spent last weekend in Memphis with her son, Claude Hazel, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Hadley Limbniigh and children of Kennctt spent Sunday here with Mr. and Mrs. A. W Jordan. Mr. and Mrs. Therman Ashcrafl and daughters spent la.st weekend in Cape Girardeau. Read Courier News Wan! Ads. At The Hospitals Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. B. L. Tate, Luxor a. Virginia Taylor. Hornersville. Mo. Bonnie Lee Taylor, HorncrjviHc, Mo. Mrs. Lorene Cooper, Luxora. The Y. w. A. of Ihe First Baptist will meet, in the home of Miss Maxine Hill. The Business Women's Circle Bight of First Baptist will meet In the home of Mra. Nell Gordon. St. Stephen's Woman's Auxiliary i will meet al Hotel Noble with Mrs. Gresley nnd Mrs. Payne as co- hostesses at 2:30 p.m. The W. S. C. S. oC the Lake Street Methodist Church will meet at the home of Mrs. C. M. Baxter. 212 East Kentucky at 2:30 p.m. Mrs. H. E. LashoL will be co-hostess. Tucsilay The Business Women's Circle Seven of the First Baptist Church will meet with Dr. Edna Nies. Club Eight will be entertained at the home of Mrs, Jess White. Mrs. Hunter Sims Jr. will be hos- ess to the La Nueve Club. Mrs. Jesse Tnylor will entertain :he Tuesday Bridge Club. The La Petite Club will be entertained at the home of Mrs. J. P Montandon. Mr.s. James C. Guard will be hostess to the Trl-Town BridRc Club. The Gosnell Bnptist W. M. U. will meet at the church, 7:30 p.m. Alpha Beta chapter of Epsilon Sigma Alpha are having an Invitational dance at Lonnie's Club at 8:30 p.m. Wfjttitpsrtay Mrs, Roland WarrlnRton will entertain the L. E. W. Chfo members at her home. Thursday Mr.s, R. A. Copeland will be hostess lo the Blytbevillc Rook Club. Mrs. John Clousc will entertain the Avalon Bunco Club. The G. N. B. club will be entertained at Ihe home of Mrs. Byron nlgllt Mrs. T. J. Bailey, president of the chib, presented W. n. Nicholson, superintendent of schools, as the Klte-st speaker. Mr. Nicholson outlined the plans for the summer bond program, and discussed (lie Influence ot music In the home and community. Robert A. Upsconib, band director, presented a report, on the pro- | mess nnri development of the band. | i He called attention lo the co-opcr- 1 ntion being given the band by the community and civic orgnnlnallons, nnd ciled Ihe action taken by the Kiwanis Club In |>resenting ttie bnnn with a new Instrument. The business session included a discussion ol the band trips lo be aken this spring, plans for llic ialid banquet, and expansion ol he band activities . Refreshments were served nt Ihn close or the meeting by Mrs. Bailey and Mrs. Jerry Hcarn. 30 minutes after firing a shot through his chest. A letter lie curried, addressed to the Associated Press, said the net was a protest aguhist "pork barrel politicians" an t ] others res|x>nslblc for the world's lack of progress "morally, ethically, nnd pnllllcnlly." He R|SO expressed "pain" at "the Ri'ccd. selfishness, clecfll and do\vn- | right Ignornncc of some trade? un[ ton bosses, tile .selfishness and ob- 1 lusenes.s of some swollen proflt.s- ! seeking employers, the apathy of some cleigyinen." I Tlie rambling letter, one of two found In his pocket, protested specifically against lawmakers who vote pensions only lo get votes, with no real desire to aid the veterans. Williams was himself a veteran of World War I. Nail. Mrs. Dale Home will be hostess to the Thursday RO'/. Club. Mrs. Henry Humphreys will entertain the Thursday Contract Club. The T. N. Club will meet at the home ol Mrs. Gene Dickinson. I Mrs. A. O. Litlle will entertain members of the Thursday Club. ; Tlie Mid-Week Club will meet «t the home of Mrs. J. Louis Cherry. The IMthMtlders Class of (he First Methodist Church will have Ihelr social meelinj (it Ihe church, 7:30 p.m. Friday Mrs. James C. Guard will entertain Ihc Friday Club members. Mrs. Lendennle Fowler will he hostess to the C. B. C. Club. Co-Op Gets RE A Loan WASHINGTON, March 12. </I'j_ The nurnl Electrification Admlms- | trodon hn.s approved a loan of <90o [000 lo Ihe Carroll Electric Co-Op- rratlvp, Berryvllle. Ark. A jnoup of college girls recently interviewed by n New York World- Telenrnm rciwrier admitted mnr- Inpe wn.s I heir number oiii' tvmbl- ,loii but. nil dcirlnied they were RO- to fight flgnlnsl ever slipping Into the "bridge plnyhig, u>"den cHib rut." Well, nirls, H's going lo be n long, ud Hunt- il mny be fnlrly .simple nt tirs! lo slerr clear ot the clubwoman routine, especially If you hivve n Job during [be first yuixr or Iwo of your niiirrlert life. Hut every year the fJRlU will get toucher, As you nnd your hu.sbtind .-•ellie down to Luke; your pliter In your community all sorts of ptc.s- snrrs u 1U be brought Eo l>cnr. For in.stuiice, Iherc are all threw nuxUlnrles mnrlc up nf women who hnvr nolhlng In common extienl, thiil their hLinhnndft have scvme- tliln^ in commoti. And. UioiLKh you umy huve .sworn never to Jo1]> n bridge club, there'll come a tiny when you oblige i friend by ElllSnx In for an abscn member of her club. First, thing yon know you'll be ».skcd U> Join and you won't be able to plend Unit yoi don't know how |o play bridge. Bui tlir Worst Is Vet t« Onm, <Jlrit Or you'll Ilnd yourself lonely h some .strange cily and you'll ilUcovc. thni. the only way to meet olhc women, now Hint, the neighbor^ cnll hn* pone out ot style, l.s lo Jolt .sojne kind of club nr orKanlznUon LnncllnutA Ai'\\fx R goofl mnny wo men Into Ihe "bridge plivylng. garden club rut." V^lHl mivy even get ambitious for \our huslnxnd and wonder If per- Imps Ihe prominent clubwomen aren't belter prc.is-ngent.% for tht-lr husbands limn you are for yours. Or xonielHxIy will decide you are Just, the pei.son to help out wllli a ctvlo program nnd (list Ihlng you know you'ie heading a committee, If II is ever discovered llml you'ro a hard worker, tlir tight will be over. You'll be on every committee that comes along. Hut Ihe greatest pressure of all will come when your children start o school, nelonxlng to Ihe PTA Is inly the beginning. When you said yon were going to FICiliT the "bridge playinn, garden club rut," girls ,you chine tlic right wo i d. If you manage lo escape it, you'll have lo light, for the feminine world ts nrgnnlBcd lo Ihc teeth null if the gnrdrn club dor.su't get you the elilld study club will. School Is Dedicated .STEKLK. Mo.—nedlcntlon of the new guide .school building which wiirt ri'ccittly completed were held Kundny ulterttoou in the school iiL.siuin uiul wns attended by M'vornl hundred out ol Lown visitors us well n.s local clll/ens. Or. W. W. 1'iirker.of SlaleTeach- oi.s Cdlk'Kt' In Cnpe Glrardeftii, .siKike. I'Vunk Iluffinnn, president of Ihr fit cole sclinol Ixmvcl Introduced former .school Iwai'd members, also the inc.^c'nt members. Supt. O. T. Coll KIIVC n repovl on the Improvements of Ihe prose it I school sys- m .since II wn.n consolidated sev- nl yi'iii'.s n^o. Mil mage Licenses The following couples obtain marriHgc licenses at the office 0 Miss Flllr.nbeth Hlylhe, county clerk yesterday: Alvln Claslon Tnylor of Blytlic vllle and Miss Betty Jo Mooncy o Dell. J. D. Henson and Miss Alma Jea llaller of Manila. Harold J. Wilson ami Mrs. Eve lyn Maruelli. Ixilh of St. Louh. Mo I'hnae 9(ifi THE WASHERETTE AUTOMATIC LAUNDRY Main *t Division at Crnsstown Dale 19-19 S-T-R-E-T-C-H that D-O-L-L-A-R Weekly Budget vs. High Cost of Living Mr?. Averace Housewife 1313 Budget Street Re: Blytheville, Arkansas Dear Madam: What you can save by using our service now. will help you buy those exlras'you want. That new dress or hat. Or maybe new household furnishings. Then too. it could be that vacation you can't afford Yet with a little cleverness you can mnlte one dollar equal two. It takes so llltle effort to put your daily washables Into some convenient container and drop it by our way Yon go oul most every day anyway, so why not make that time pay. And another thing. Those clothes will be ready for you in 45 lo 90 minutes, or 11 dried, in two or three hours. Yes, (his is a new service. Your clothes are washed in I wo separate wash waters. The first being warm soapy water, nnd the second either warm or hot soapy water as yon desire. Then follows three separate warm water rinses, 33 gals., of water arc nsctl in Ihc process for each machine load. You can place the clothes in the machines, or we will rio it for you at no cxlra cosl. We also furnish the soap, bleach and bluing free ITS ALL FOR THE PRICE OF - toad up lo nine pounds In r. s. Kisurc (lie cosl per pound. You can really save. 35c per machine "each machine. AND you can dry those clothes for only the price of lOc per machine load. (MRS. THELMA MATHfcNEY) is our new manager. Yours truly, The Wnshorctle. L*f Us Rebuild Your Chevrolet Car... Make it New Again For "S»ti*fitlion A11- Ways" let ui U*e jour Chav rolet C^ t and complete^ Tt build it 1A« [\e«. Easy Budget Terms Pay a« You Ride Brand NEW (not icbuilO MOTOR NEW MODERN COLOR PAINT JOB NEW SEAT COVERS. NEW TIRES. NEW BATTERY. NEW BRAKE LININGS. Drive a car thai you are proud of. 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