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PAGE TWO _BLYTHEVIU,B. (ARK.) COURIER NEWS ocietu Jane Sheltori, Society Editor f Phone <M61 Miss Trotter's Betrothal Is Made Known Today Heralding a June marriage Is the announcement today of the engagement of Miss Jo Trotter of Blytheville and Roe, daughter of Mr. nnri Mrs, J. T. Trotter of Roc, to Wylic Lawson ol West Memphis, son of Mrs. L. Lawson of West Point, Miss., and the late Mr. Lawson. Miss Trotter is a member of the language department ol Blytheville High School. She was graduated from Roe High School and Is a graduate ol the University of Mis- sourfa, Columbia. She did graduate work at Middle-berry College, Mid- dteberry, Vermont, and is a member ot PM Bela Kappa, scholastic fraternity. A graduate of Forrest City High School, Mr. Lawson attended Memphis Slate College and is a veteran of four years service with the Navy. | He is now connected with Garrison' Rsady Mix Concrete Co. in West I Memphis. 1 Plans for the early summer mar-] riage will be revealed later ' * • ! 3 Tables of Guests Attend Bridal Party Three tables of dessert canasta guests showered linen gifts upon Miss Martha Wrenn, bride-elect of Charles p. Dorrah of Canilhersville, last night at the pre-nuptial party given by Miss Elizabeth Moss and Miss Sue Osment at their home on West Walnut. Set directly beneath an archway or, the entertaining room ivas a bride and groom study. The hostess further suggested the bridal motif in the place cards and table appointments, which were adorned a-ith the bridal scenes. Miss Wrenn's small table for the game, was designated with a inina- lure bridal figure, dressed In a formal gown, her chair was marked with puffs ol white satin. Completing the setting for the affair were white blooms and mixed spring blossoms. Miss Jeanna Arce won high score in the game, with Miss Frai i *s Chumney taking second high honors. A large, "laundry" basket from which pverfolwed gifts for the honoree's new home were presented Miss Wrenn by Woorty Jackson. For the occasion a trousseau frock of printed silk was chosen by the bride-elect. A yellow orchid, R gift, of the hostesses, was pinned at. her shoulder. Special guests for the prc-nuptial event were, Mrs. Earl L. Wrenn of Doddsville, Miss., mother a I the honoree, Mrs. Charles Dorrah ol Caruthersville, mother of Mr. Dnr- rah and Mrs. Paul Carmean, Jr., sister of the groom, [rom Caruthersville. SPORTS TRIO 8329 11-18 Ladies Day Held at Club; Luncheon-Bridge-Canasta A spacious entertaining room at the Country club yesterday was bedecked with spring blooms lor the monthly luncheon-bridge-canasta marking "Ladles Day." Fifty-eight members and guests of the Ladles Auxiliary to the Club attended the r p.m. affair Bed and. white tulips and fields of colorful jonquils were arranged near (he receiving door and about the room. The rustic mantel was topped with white iris interspersed with puffs of maline and surrounded by apple blossoms. Clusters of pansies topped each ol the small tables set up for the affair. Following luncheon, bridge-canasta was played with Mrs. E. J. Cure taking top honors in the bridge game. Mrs. Charles Crlggcr. Jr. second high and Mrs. Dane Fergus of Osceola. third. Mrs. Churchili Buck took first place in canasta. Because it was Friday the 13th a single taiiey was marked with the numerals "13" and distributed with the other tallies. The holder of the marked tallic. Dr. Edna Nics was presented a potted hydrangea. A large number of out-of-tou-n gyo'ts were included in the sues! list r 'Mr- J. M. Williams. Jr.. hearted -Hie committee of arratiBcmenis [or lh? affair. Composing the committee was. Mrs. Ben Butler, Jr.. ol LOsceoIa. Mrs. George Hubbard. Jr "U Luxora l-'FA Entertains With Father-Son Banquet Tho I.uxora Chapter of the Future Farmers of America last night entertained with a Father-Son banquet at the high school, with 73 members, fathers arid guests attending. Set about the school cafeteria In which (he event was held, ivas officers' emblems, Tho long serving tables were topped at intervals with mixed garden {towers. In the after-dinner program, Bonnie Williams and Paul Wolver- lon addressed the group on FPA activities. A musical program was presented by Carroll Jackson and Howard Griffin after which A ,V. Bradley, former vocational teacher, jxike. The Rev. H. L. Robinson, minister of the Methodist Church, concluded the evening's program with the :ilscuss!on, "Father-Son Relations." Bits of News Here Are Short Gowns for Dining, Dancing By Sue Burnett Sare midriff sports set for juniors who like vnrietj' in their play clothes. Easy to make, and fun to wear, this trio takes nicely to crisp cottons In plain or printed tones. Pattern . is a sew-rite perforated pattern in sizes 11 12 13. 14, 1C and IB. Size 12, S7J yards of 35 or 39-inch. For (his pattern, send 25c plus 5^ for first-class mailing, in COINS. your name, address, size desired and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier News. 372 W iiiircy Streei. Chicago B. III. Send 25 cents today for your copy of the Spring and Summer FASHION, our complete pattern magazine. it's colorful, interesting, informative. Smart, easy (o make frocks; decorating dps; gift patterns printed for you. Buffet Dinner Marks Birthday of Joan Malheny A 6 p.m. buffet dinner party last night, celebrated the 18th birthday of Joan Matheny, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Matheny, Relatives and friends of the honoree attended the affair at the home of her par- Mr. and Mis. T. I. Seay and daughter. Ann nre spending the weekend at their cabin nt Lake Norfork. Miss Martha Wrenn has as her weekend sucst i,cr mother. Mrs. Earl L. VVrenn of Doddsville, Miss. j Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Shumate! of Paragould arrived today to be the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Godson. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Horner returned today from Little Rock. While goni Ihey also visited Mrs. Homer's sister. Mrs. R. A. f'ickcns. who Is a patient at Brjoneviilc San- itorium. Mrs Duff Gailher and daughter. Harriet, arrived today from their home in Memphis to be the weekend guests of Mrs. Gaithcr's mother. Mis. John Walden. Mr. Gaither will arrive in Blytheville on Monday with the Cotton Carnival Cmavan from Memphis to accompany them home. Miss Nora Simpson and Miss Rosana Cleveland nre spending the weekend in Little Rock as Quests of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Benton. Barbara Ann I3nhn Is 111 of measles nt her home. 524 N. ISlh. Miss Carolyn Crews and Miss Nell Dnuter are spending todav in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Licfcrmann of Memohls arc weekend house- guests of Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Cooley. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Tucker and Mrs. W. A. Afflick will arrive today frnm Davlnnn Beach, Fla. Mr. anil Mrs. Tucker were vacationing there for some monlhs when Mr. Tucker was stricken Their daughter. Mrs. Afflick went to Daytona to ents on Parkway. Crystal candelabra held lighter! i -ThY white tapers at either side of the ' birthday cake, which centered the serving table. . accompany (hem home. Mr. 'nicker . . had been a patient at Halifax ITos- Potted plants were set about the room In which the remainder of the evening following dinner was spent informally. " r ' i Spring Blooms Sel About Home for Club iYIeeling Snapdragons and Dutch iris were set about an entertaining ronm at he home of Mrs. Loy welch on West Walnut yesterday, for the af- •ernoon of bridge of the Friday 'ontract Club and one guest. Mrs. Cecil Shane. Mrs. W. p. McD.inio] won litah «rore, Mrs. Welch, second high and Mrs. George D. Pollock, Jr., bridge n the game. Mrs. Welch served refreshments during the game. At nitals Bl.vllicvillc Hospital Dismissed: John W Frazier. Jr.. City. Wilbur Stewart, city. Mrs. J w. -Stalling*, city. Mrs. Busier Pack. Carulheisvillc ! Airs. J, H. Fisher. Mrs. Elbcrt Huffman, Mrs. C. M. Gray, and Mrs. G. W. Dillahunty have returned BV GAII.E DUGAS NKA Staff Writer NEW YORK—(NEA1—The short dance dress, gaining In popularity for spring and summer, may be formal or informal. It has. without a doubt, a longer and more varied life than the formal gown, it's pretty, easy to wear and suitable for many occasions. Further, many short dance dresses are now convertablcs. They come equlped with little ruffled capes that can also be worn as aprons, with their own matching dusters, with brief boleros or with attached stoles. Thus, the length of their stay in n wardrobe is automatically lengthened. may be in two layers of colored or- gandy—charireuse over turquoise, for example. It may also be in matched layers. That is, pale bule cotton lace is layered over nylon tulle. Colors are frequently refreshing. Thus, an orange velvet belt may appear as accent on navy-and- white silk organdy, or sugar plum, a deep red-violet, may be used as concrast for chalk white. Complete, careful attention to detail and graceful lines mark the new short evening dresses designed by Eisenberg. One of these dresses (left, is pure silk. Chamllly lace is set into the full, flatterins skirt Irs. Marvin Nuntl, Jr.. Mrs. Colenan Stevens. Mrs. E. M. Terry, Jr.. Mrs. Fred Stc.i(iin.in, Mrs Hubert Reymore.and Mrs. J. C. Ellis, Jr. from Batcsville where they attended the two day meeting of the East Arkansas Presbyterlal. Mrs. Damon McLeod is spending the weekend in Memphis as guest of her daughter. Mrs. Warren Price and familv. Mrs Belle Wood had as_her Friday guests, her cousin. Mrs. Harold Meek ami son. Billy of Earle, Thursdny eucsts of Mrs. Wood were. Mrs. Charles Dnrroh. Miss Nellie Leo Dorrnh. Mrs. W. P. Cnrmcan, Jr.. and son. Paul, nil of C.inithcrsi-flle , Wednesday guests of Mrs. Wood ; were. Mrs. Waller Holly and daugh- : tcr. Mrs, Havs Smith of Cooler V Miss Bob Williams of Owrn'sboro ] Ky., is visiting here as finest of Mrs ! Fred Fireman and sister. Miss Marguerite Matthews. Miss Williams Is a former faculty member at Armorel HlRh School. Condition of Mrs. Tllllrmall Glenson, who is ill at her Immc on N Highway 61, is reported as improved. Condition of Richard Godwin. In- '' fant son of Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Godwin, who underwent surgerv | veslerday tuornintr at Memphis | Methodist. lt-si>ilal is reported as satisfactory. Mr. Godwin returned In Blvlhcvilb last night. Mrs. Ond- win and Mrs J. s. Godwin remained • with Richard. Coming Events Social Calendar Snmla y Tea In honor of Mrs. J. C. Droke 'Woman of the Year' 3 to 5 pm. at Hotel Noble. Monday First Methodist Church "circles meet—Circle One, Mrs. Loyd Whittaker; Circle Two. Mrs. F. E. Black- Circle Three, Mrs. Jack Robinson; Circle Four, Mrs. Paul Jobe; Circle Five. Mrs. Byron Moore. Mrs. A. H. Boycl co-hostess; circle Six, John Miles Miller home, Mrs. L. O. Glacier and .Mrs. Cecil Kelly, hostess. Mrs. James Rogers entertaining CEO. Lake Street Womens \VSCS meets at the church at 2:30 p.m. Mrs. Jim Lum hostess at her home at 8 p.m. to members of We.s- leyan Service Guild of the First Methodist Church. Tuesday Manlecrove Cemetery' A=,=ocia- tion meets at the home of Mrs. James R. Meade, 117 Broadwav 2;3o p.m. American Legion Auxiliary meets at the Hut at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. W. L. Homer hostess io Circle Seven of First Methods'. Church at 1:30 p.m. La Petite meets with Mrs. Neal Gesell. Annual meeting of the Tuberculosis Association at the O^ceola Methodist Church at. 7:30 p.m. Dinner meeting opened to public, with reservations being made at the Btythevllle TB office. Country club Duplicate Bridge League meets at the club at 7-30 p.m. - v 'rs, James C. Guard hostess to Tri-Town Club. Mrs. Murray Smart entertainine Tuesday Bridge. Wednesday Central PTA meets at the .school at 3 p.m. for final meetmz of ;he current school year. Executive - .• Board convenes at 2:30 p. m . i tlon Board Mrs. T. E. Drusmand enicnaininz i Twin Table Club. 8-50 Club meets uiih Mrs J C On vis. Mrs. Graham Sud'ourv lywie" to Club Eight. Mrs. Baker Turner entertami-i- TLE Club. C1B meets for desert bridre =1 the honie of Mrs- ?.o«n I. Thoaio- -., wide and sQuare and looks right, with cap sleeves. Blnck velvet encircles the waist. Pure silk pin tuck organza (right! in navy over pink silk makes another of these dresses. The neckline is a deep, wide V. Solid orgnnza crescents band a billowing skirt. WSB Corrals Salaries Of Hollywood Actors WASHINGTON, April 14. W<— Wage stabilization officials have tossed a loop on the salaries of Hollywood film aclors A government ruling, it was learned today, puts salaried movie folk temporarily under "merit" provisions of wage controls much like [hose recently applied to baseball players. The ruiijjr; indicated the government is planning separate controls j for salaries workers as contrasted with wage earners. The directive was written by the staff of the presently inactive Wage Stabiliza- son. Wednesday Club mffi Country Grub. Mrs. L. S hostess. IX THE PROBATE COURT, CHICKASAlVfi.l UISTKrCT -MISSISSIPPI COUNTY. ARKANSAS LN" THE .MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF No. 2028 AMOS M. HILTON, deceased -NOTICE Last known address of decedent: ' ' old. . I G'.encoe i'.otei, Blytheville, Ark. | Dite o! fieath: April 6, 195!. • The undersigned was appointed _____ ____ . ] administrator of the estate of the Mr*. E. J. Ciir= hos:ess to Tr!ur = - ' Ebc >Te-n2med decedent on the nth clay Club. "" * 'GST of April. 1951. Mrs. W. F. McDsnitl ho"f5= to i Ai! Persons having claims a??Inst Mid-Week Club. " '• ::-.; estate must exhibit them, duly Alpha Beta anno: piiyj ai tr. s ! ";i:~iep, to the undersigned with- home of Mrs, C. 3. Slrse. j in six months from the date of the Mrs. Ales CuiUs hos:«s to :hf j !ir " publication of this notice or Kibitzer Club. the =ba!l be forev Kibitzer Club. """ j thsjr shall be forever barred 'and Mrs. Edgir p. Bwrai ec:enaJn- j precluded from any benefit in the SHE: Thursday Contract. ' e-=:2K. ^Thuraday Rooi plays z; the hom» f This notice first published H day " "" jof April. 1951. to i Georee M. Lee. Administrator { !2I1 W. Ash, Blytheville, *-' i Arkansas ! Reid and Roy, attorneys Lynch - " "" of Mrs. Grover \Vren. Mrs. Ben MEC V.'m'.f holies? ijz iVueve. Duplicate Bridge Leazue pl=-.-t a; Hotel Noble at 7:30 pm. Siturday Duplicate Bricise Lezfut pla-r= ti Hotel at 1:30 p.m. Blytheville, Arkansas 414-21 Read Courier News Classified Ads Where Christ and ChrisHans Meet" CHURCH OF CHRIST OUR CROWDS DEMAND TWO SERVICES SUNDAY! • SERMONS • Suiidny Morning "Hindrances to I'rosross" Snndiiy Kvcninir "Hcview of Why Io liaptfzc liy Sprinkling." KLCN 12:15-12:30 Daily Everybody Welcome Early Service 8:45 Sonir Leader— James Thompson Second Service 10:50 Snug Leader— \V. T. Sheltom CHURCH of CHRIST Main ot Highway 61 ( S.ircfi/fl . \r/M f rib f ll to Hi lie ^ oiti-tcr I leu/i This messnge serves Io announce onr new agcnl in your city. Mr. Harold Siler of the SiJer's Drug Store is ready (o help you with any questions or problems you might have In regard to subscribing Io Ihe Courier News. You may contact him in person or call No. 4. You are requested to make your payment (o him at (he drug store (if possible) on the first of each month—he will handle all collections. Blytheville Courier News Three Blytheville Women to Scout Talent for MOAT Three Blytheville women have been appointed "talent, scouts" for the 1951 Memphis Open Air Theater season. They are Mrs, W. J. Pollard, Mrs. Dalton Fowlston and Mrs. Elton Kirby, who were named by Rodney Babcr, MOAT President, to assist in selection of singers and dancers from the Blytheville are who want to be auditioned for parts in the six MOAT shows to be produced this season. The 1951 MOAT season begins July 9 with presentation of "The Three Musketeers." In announcing the appointments, Mr. Baber said: "The Memphis Open Alt Theater Is fcr nil of the people of the Mid- South area. i\tuch of our talent comes from communities surrounding Memphis and we want only the best that we can get for the 1951 MOAT season." Mr. Baber also announced that in order to enable Blytheville residents to obtain better seats for MOAT shows, a "box office" was being opened at Owens Drug store, where season tickets or tickets to individual shows can be obtained and re.servatioiis made. SATURDAY, APRIL 14, Lcachville Senior Wins 4-Yeor Navy ROTC Scholarship A Leaclivllle High School senior has been awarded a four-yeir Naval Reserve Officers Training Corns scholarship, It was announced yesterday by the Navy. He Is Mykm L. Buck, aon of Mr. and Mrs. John Buck. Candidate* for these scholarships must be accepted by the NROTC college or university of their own choice, »n<J Mylon has elected to attend th« University of Missouri at Coliimlite. He has been accepted by the i.jjp) lege and will begin his work there this fall. Son of the Leachville Junio High track coach, Mylon himself 1* * member of the senior high track team, specializing in the discus and shot put. A 200-poumler. he also Is a member of the Lcachville basketball squad, A total of 22 Arkansans received NROTC scholarships. Including James D. Wright, son of Mr. and Mrs., Ira Wright of Osceola. Tlie Yalu river, boundary between Korea and Manchuria, has a 12- foot channel as far as Aiituns- Slnniju. NOTICE After April 15th, Our Telephone Number Will Be 2095 Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co. 312 W. Ash Listen (o KLCN at 10:10 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. daily for our program announcements. Box Office Phone 2752 — Office Phone 6998 Box Office Openi at 1:45—Show Starts 2:00 E'.M. CONTINUOUS SHOWING EVERYDAY Saturday A Uafnftd Ir.ttnttiioitf (vi Serial: "Kit Carson" No. » Also Selected Shorts Conf. Showin? Sat. 12:30-11:30 Sunday & Monday "ThelSlh letter" Linda Darnell • Charles JJoy»r Michel Ronnie, Constance Smith • 20 Minute Short of GENERAL M'ARTHUR Highlights of his life up to and including his dismissal by President Truman. A Box Office Opens 6:30 Show Starts 6:45 p.m. Saturday Sunday & Monday DOUBLE FEATURE 'Ptrllt of th« Jungl." Xn, S Also Selected Short Subject* tttt nut WIlLltM BEHDIX -w. rt, Metro N«wt Conllminti* Showin

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