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F FAGE TWO ELYTHEVTU.F, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS FRIDAY, APRIL 18, 19St Jane Shelton, Society Editor Rosana Cleveland Is to Wed in Mid-Summer Mr. nnd Mrs. J. M, Cleveland announce the engagement of their daughter, Rosana, to Herman H. Storey, Jr. He is (lie* son ot Mr, and Mrs. H. H. Storey. Sr. Miss Cleveland was RradurUert from Blythevillo Hi^h School. \vh rt re she \va.s a member of the Garden Cl',:b, nnd Home Economics Club. She attended Central College, in Co'iwny, nnrt was n member of the ?,.cta Phi social sorority. She i.s now emnlovc'I at the Arkansas Missouri Power Co. Mr. Storey ts a graduate of I>r-ll Hteh School \vlier* 1 he was active in Future Fanner.': of America Club and. participated In pthT extra rnrricubr net in UPS. ne i.s nE,sorl- atrd with H •".''!, Ktor<\ A mlU'Sutnmrr wedding ts plan-T ncd. / '.id-Week Club Has Luncheon Mrs. Flovd W'-ite W?KS piir^t f.1 B bridge liip.ch"r)!i irivp:v y^tr-d-iv at Ihe home of Mrs. C. A. Cun- nl'^nam for the Mid-Werk Cl-'b. The tnble from which the IhrpR- co >l r$e luncheon v*n,s srrvKl was centered with a low bowl ol mixed Hovers, prcclninlnnntly ' columbine and pansies. Tulips and lilac were used in decoration of the other rooms in which they pEavcd. HiRh score prize went to Mrs. H. H. Hourhins nnd second to Mr. Harry W. Halnes. Bits of News i Club I'ight Entertained By Mrs. H. G. Parllow YWA's of Huffman Mel In Hughes Home Mis Marian Ma yes, who is a student nt. Bine Mount it in College, Blue Mountain, Miss., wilt give the response to the welcome address (or the class of 1952 at the an- j \ mm I meeting of Blue Mountain! I College alumnae association when ] | tt meets there May 3. i] Among the 48 Arkansas polytechnic College student*; are listed on j j the Dean's List lor the first nine [ weeks or tho second semester Is Lloyd Koontz of Hiirdetle, Mrs. J,n]a Crnlj? ot Ripley, Tenn., is the hou.se^'uesi of her daughter, Mrs. R. F. Kerhough, (or .several weeks. Mi.ss Laura Hate will leave lo- diiy (or her home on Lone; Island, Neu, York, after having been the K lest of her parents, Mr. arid Mrs. E. L. Hale. I Mrs. Robert I. Thompson and (intighter, Chra Ixjls are spending several weeks as Riicsls of her parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. Nuct Mjissey, of Vtna, Ala, C'hU) Eit;ht was entertained l>y | Miss Pe^y Hushes wa.s hostess Mrs. H. u. I'artlow in her home [ to the Huffman Younjj Women's on Kentucky, Wednesday after-1 Association yesterday, in the home noon, | of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Kegl- Mrs, O. O, Poetii look high ?core nalr! Huyhes. honors with Mrs, K. C. Allen !n j Miss Cora MeDaniel presided over second place. Brid«o u-ent to Mrs.; thp business with 10 members pres- Jess White. Osceolo News IJy BKTTl'K NELL STARK ent. Mi.-us Rncna Hughes of Washington, D. C., was a gue~st. Prayer by Mrs. R. L. Atkinson, counselor or the group, dismissed thf: meeting, Mrs, Wilson Hostess Mrs. Jack Wilson entertained for luncheon Tue.sday at her home when she had her bridge club and ; one gue.st, Mrs. Arch CiiLrhings. Spring W-nivKims were evident throughout, the hou^e. Mrs. Melvin fipeck won hi?h .score and Mrs. Darrell Crane won second. ' Four-Table Club .Meets LUXORA NEWS By MilS. G. C. DRIVER ta Bethenla," Tlie hostess, and outgoing oreati- iKHIonal president, served a salad course after (he social hour. Personals Ijixorans on Memphis hospital lists this week Include Mrs. C. 1!, Wood, Jr. at Uaptlst Memorial, and Mrs Joe Gentry at Methodist. Mrs. Harold White Is confined (or a short time In the Baptist Hospital at Little Rock. Mr. and Mrs. T. M, CastHo entertained their Bridge Club at their .... ._ „ _.. „. country home Saturday nlcht with Sunday for El Dorado, where h. si dinner party. Guests for tho eve-1 will conduct a week's revival swr- ning were Mr. nnd Mrs. Elbert 1 ices. Huffman of Blythovllle and MM. Lester Stevens ot Luxora. Price* in the games following dinner wer« awarded to Mrs. A. B. Ro*ll« tn4 Mr. Cnstlio. Mrs. Sue M. Brown returned home Sunday night alter n four- month visit with her son, Bowen D.. and family In Stuart, fla. 8h« was accompanied from Memphis by her daughter, Mrs. w. H. Gowen. and family. The Rev. Harold white, pastor of the First Baptist Church. le« nook Club Meets Seventeen members and one (?»est were present at the home of Mr.s. J. I. MiCflln Tuesday night ns the Luxora Book Club held Us annual election meeting. New of- The Fo,,,-Ta W e B H, ta e ch,b ™-i'^"cl"^'^ J±'"1^S' £ I a chSn'suTwr TUC y "' 8ht tcr i I»™ldem, Mrs. Lester Stevents: Mrs. Oilhp.l Smylhc nnd Mrs.] The table where the 16 member:* osccola" ' secretary Blur's ^Edwin and Riipsis were seated was con- . nays: nnd treasurer tereri with a crystal bowl filled 'A'Uh j Stanford, purple iris. j Appointed F.'j)lo\sin^' tho supper, the 'cue.st wrnt. to the home of Mrs. Harry Mrs. Kerbouoh Honored at Party Twenty one guests and Darling Shop personnel were present at the home of Mrs. S. McGregor Wertnes-i day nlcht, when the personnel hon-1 ored their mnnnper. Mrs, R, F. • Kerbough, with a surprise birthday party. ' African violets were predominant In the decoration of the entertaining rooms. A corsage of while carnations wan presented to the honoree. After the hostess served rilnnrr. the evening was spent informally. Mrs. Litln Craig, Mrs. Kcr- bough's mother, was an out of town guest. ENO,U;EMI;NT ANMIVNCKD Mr. and Mrs. j. M. Cleveland nnnmmre tlu- cnMayoment of tht'ir daughter, Rosana, to Herman H. Storey. Jr.. son ol Mr. and Mrs. H. [1. Storey, Sr. They will he wed this .summer. Surprise Shower n Armorcl MD Club Lnlcrtaincd Ycslcrclav Hat Lake HD Club Has 82-Year-Old Guest Mrs. Teenn Edwards of LcachvlUe was giie.it of honor with the F!nt Lake Home DemonstrRtion Club yesterday, Mrs. Edwards was fi2 ye&rs old April 15 but ale her cnke R little late. Mrs. J. W. Mnloney presented the eye opener and Mrs. F. M, Crnlg gave the devotional. Prayer was led by Mrs. W. R. Wootcn. Mrs, D. J. Rogers gave the poem for the month and Mrs. GarretL Abbott riis- cusaed "Around the Yard and Garden In April." In the business session, plans were dlscuwed Tor the May tea •which will be held at the home of Mrs. Leslie Moore. M rs. G cr tnide Hoi im an spoke briefly, GnesU with club were Mr.s. Birdie Richardson and Mrs. Roy Beavers. Junior Fashion First ••M Mrs I. Dick.snn was host ess yrs- Mr. and Mrs. Rny Pniltt were tfitiny at the home of Mrs. N. C. t :: hoM.s in thi'ir home to tipproxl- ' Paltmwi to tlir Arrnnrel Home ! mntrly -10 cues Is last ni r :ht,, who j Doinonstralion Club. Twenty mi'm- hnnnrert Mr. ami Mrs. H, H, O'Nril. j hers and live visitors were present. with FT. 5urprl.sc .shower whose home. ! A ii.s destroyed by fire. [ ti A lace cloth overlaid the table from which pnrly [nods and lend Mrs were served, with n center- Melk piece of iris nnd narcissi, Sprint uloonis were used t.hr mi ghoul the Co-hnst.s wrre Mrs, Irby Hod.Ri\ Mrs. Lclnnd Hodge, Mrs. Roy Tlea- ver.s, Mrs. Alma Austin, and Mis. J. C. Briglil. The evening \viis spent infoi-mal- ly- Mrs. Emde Is I louorcc Of Birthday Club Buusl was Mrs. T, A. Patt v mem hers of the club are Adrian Russell, Mrs. W. T. ;tT, Jr., nnd Mrs. Edward I M. Terry sjvont several clays this week In fJttle Rock. They went especially for the Pa rent-Teachers A oi'iatinn convention. Mrs. Carl Wallace has rr-'iu'nod fron San Diego. Calif, where she j Driver for bridge, visited her .son, Son man Aiiprenticc Dan Wallace find Mrs. Wallace. i Emadale Swenrejwn. Jfun Rhel- trin, Fruina Borowsky. Mrs. Joy Shelton Ertcns and Pewrjy /uc'hry were, hi Jnne.slHiro I:ist nU;ht for the production "The Insect Comedy." Mrs. Florence Gardenia of Memphis is the house guest of Mrs. Ruy- immd Stringer. The niythenlle slaff of Interstate Life and Accident Insurance Co. WHS in Jrjimsljriro yesterday for the 25th annlverstny bnntiuet of the Jone.sboro Life Underwriters Asso- ein t ion. Those in a t tendnnce vrere Mi\ and Mrs. R. Z, Broadway, Robert Purtle, Myrtle Sexton, B. L. Walden and Mr. and Mr.s. C. R. Mc- Garrlty. Mls.s Bvrlyn Jcnji Pim-t, Cotton Cni-Jiivnl lady of the realm from O.s- ccola. will atienr! the Crown and Scepter coronation at Ellis Auditorium and the Crown tind Sceptor fiall nt the Pealxirty on .Saturday . She will Ixj 'accompanied by her parcnt.s, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. PiKH, nnrt her aunt, Mrs. George nolnuri Green of tilythevlllc. Mrs. B. A. Lynch spent the week end \\\ Searcy with Mrs. R. L. Gar- Mrs. T. L. committee chairmen W-TO' Mrs. A. B. Rozelle. Historian, Mrs. Charles Howard and Mrs. A.I li. Bradley of Osccoia. Scrapbook. I Arrangements of doe wood, tulips, nnrl Mrs. John Th',veatt. Librarian, and iris were used throughout ^IP ; Mi's. Stanford, chalrmrm of this Driver home. | year's proeram and Imstcss com- Gucsts included Mrs. Claude j mfttec announced the reviewers and Lloyd. Mrs. W. E. Hunt and Mrs. j the hostesses for the forthcoming U]i Mrs. the rjffln A |jothick lunch followed .songs of ciaco. led hy Mrs. C. C. Elliot. Mrs. Met/nor snng n solo nnd a (Irvnttonal WHH yivcn by Mrs. Harry Lawtfiii, Prnyct 1 by Mrs. w. I-. Smith preceded the business svhich wns presided over by Mrs. Snm Hannon. Aprlt 2J3 was the cifiy set for a fish fry. Sunshine friends exchanijed j^ifts nnd Mi's. W. O. Anderson won door PIUL-. Onmo prize was won by Mrs. Siirn Ilnnely. The l)OR«-nod Cluh liouse was thci Mrrtmg \vns ndjmmicd and Mrs. scene of the C nnd N Birthdivy Olrib \ W. K. Fxhnnnson dismissed with potluek Mrs. mooting yesterday, for hinch. Guest of honor M. EnulP. Tho rooms of the club \vero der- oraterl with sprlnp flmvprs and Mrs. Emde received n corsayn of caniel- lln. 1 ! from the liosies,s, Mrs. Jisn Lutes, Guests with tho club were Miss Eli7iibeth Lutes. Mrs. Tfnskln Mtt- chell, Mrs. Florence Oardeniu of Memphis, nnd Mrs, Ed Hunch. The afternoon was spent hi pluy- inc lumen with high gofnc to Mrs. PhiHp Applr-bruun. low to Mrs. II. Mitchell, EUKL bunco to Mrs. Bunch. prayer. Ihursday Contact Club Met Wiih Mrs. Wylie Mrs, Scherer Hostess To Ihursdny Rook Club Mrs. C. O. 8cherer was hostr.ss to t>ic Thnrsdny Rook Club yesterday. Finn tine Dnlrh iris, and lilie. 1 ; nnd lulip.s were used in decoration of the rooms used for gfitnes. Mrs. Clro Wren took hlch score honors, with .second fU'inii to Mrs. N%'villr Hhikemorc. and rooko to Mrs. C. C5. Srlierer. Mrs. Hnrry Bofjan \\RS a cnest with the club. Mr. and Mrs. J, Louis Cherry are In Paris with Mr. Cherry's mother. The Rev. nnri Mrs. Hnrnld Thotnp- sou and Miss Lucy Thomixson have roturucd home from St, I/niis after attending the Preachrr.s' Convention of the Church of the NaMirenc. They were accompanied home by Mrs. John Walker, who had been visiting in Hammond, Ind. Miss Rocna Hughes of Washington, D. c., is the fcuest. of her parents, Mr. 'and Mrs, Reginold Hughes. ' Jii m e.s Roln ]id ox ford bus returned to Jacksonville. Fla.; where ho will he stationed. FTe has lie-en visiting his parents here, Mr. and j Mrs. Jnmes Oxford. He and his! mother spent n few clays in Terrc Haute. Ind.. and were no com pan- led home by Sherry Hiiyes, grand- dauRhter of Mr.s. Oxford. Mrs. H. C. Bush will leave (odny Elcctni Pt-rrin. Mr.s. Driver won hi^h sccro, Mr.i. J. H. Lovrweli second anrt Mrs. Hcttye Melle Starr von hrid^o. Sfc Memphis IM;iy Amone; O^eeolans who atlende-fl the matinee of "The Moon I.s Blue," in Memphis Wednesday worn Mr.s. Eearcy Menr.s. Mrs. R^y Cox. Mr.i. Jettie Driver. Mrs. J. H. Honk Horace Mnnre, Mrs. Bcb Gillcspie. • Mr.s. Frank Willinnis, Mrs. E. H, Ri- | ley. Mr.s. Arthur Rogers. Mrs. H. E i Phillips. Mrs. Herbert Hobbs. Mrs. I sainn Joe Crome. Mrs. Charlie Lnwrance,; J'J'JJ Mr.s. Allen So^riives, Mrs. Jasper. V( ,^ 1S ' Thompson, and Misses Julia Mneju-Ms. Morrison, Mnrjirie Dnyle. Oeral- rinio Listen nnd Johnny Hill Skinner. l'iTsun;iIs Mr.s. Hob Cronicr is spendina a month with her clnnchtcr. Mrs. Bill Fulter in Lnurcl. Mfcs. Mr. nnd Mr.s. Frank McDonald and family spent the Easier holidays vilh* Mrs. GPOIHIR Doyle and Miss Mnrjorie Doyle. The McDon- Hlris. nn\v Ilviins in Clarkesclale. Misjs., nre former rrsidentfl. Mrs. Kd Cbi^enhal! nnrt Miss Mary Elizabeth fiallenu left Thursday tnoi'itms; for a week's stay in New Orleans in HiloxL Dr. and Mrs. .Joe FJui'he.-i are in Little Rnck thf.s week where Dr. Tlughe.s is tvttending the Arkansas Optcmetric Afsnclatlon nicetinu. Mrs. Donaki Knpin of Kansas City. Mo., arrived Monday for n visit v;!th Mr. and Mrs. Joe Apple- bntim and family. year. Mrs. Ralph Wilson of O.sceola, the Riiost reviewer, presented an interesting summary on "The Road SPECIAL KKPflKSKNTATIVE S 1,800 anmi.il salary am] Inren- mmission to mm, age IK, io siipfl.T] salps work in Ulvthe- i nnr Ksi.ito Cnnirn] I'ian Spc- Sevon-wepks lMining hi home srlmol ai ITanfnj-cl, Conn., u-itli anrj p\p rnses p.iltl as pan of (raining (irn^rnni; nnisl be a ^p^i»]^nt o( Itlythcvlllc mlnimiini nf 2 y«Mis, ratp lop scores on imr aptitude icils. and eivc pvlrtcncp nf SLICCPSS In fnrnuT ore»pat Jon, Cn]1rp;p rtopn-n pre- fcrroil. State qiialiCf rations .ind ictp- phone nimihrr In firs! leltrr In: I'AMPHEI.L A: VINKVARII. GKN. AT.TS. AKTNA IJFK INSUItANTK COMPAXV Wntlncr Itlrli;., I.ltlle Hock, Arkansas Ii\ n mod hip of the Tlinrsd.iy Contract Club ycsli-vcliiy nt the home of Mr.s. H. W. Wylie. three cu<\sl.s \ were pre.seiu: Mrs. C. W. Gnrrlcan,' Mrs. Mutt Monn^hnn, and Mrs. Sain NniTis. Mixrd sjn'in:: blnr»ms were usrjd | «'» Club, throughout the nUottiuninp; 1x103ns. Hiuh ,srorr \V,TS won by Mrs. Mrs. Norris won liiiih n'orr hon-s CVcil liliu. ]ow went to Mrs. M ors nnd Mrs. Matt Mcina^hun totik ! \V, Trnntham, and bnnro \\ent tr second pliue. ' Mrs. Goor^in West, Alpha Beta Bunco Club Mccls With Miss Lewis Mis.s Fllsc Ijpwis wns hostess yesterday to the Alpha F3e(n liun- At the Hospitals Illylllcvlllr Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. Grovrr Rniiibn. Cily: \\-.\\l-; Unspilal IJi.siniKscdr Mrs. J. W. Pcnrson. City Wlllnrd Artalr, Hrrmonrtnlc. Mn Coming Events Frlilny Zcta Chapter of Delta Knpp Duplicate Bridge League plays at Hotel N'oble at 1:15 p.m. Cotillion Club hns 9 p. m. dance in Mirror Room of Hotel Noble preceded by 8:30 p. in. "UUPmess scs- Mon. Ho?is atid hostesses will be Mr. nnd Mrs. Toler Buchanan, Mr. 11 nd Mr.s. I. R. Colemao, Ntr. and Mrs. Monroe Grain, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. P:. ,1. Cure nnd Mr. and Mr.s. E. M. Terry, Jr. ti- L il) !882> -, \ 11.18 '. \ S^r*u^. ^»i-^. ^^^_ V . By Sue Burnett : LJ f! Prettiest date dress nf thp sense n —and so new and smart ivith g«y DUttons to Itni.sh the .'iliinted line on the bodice, a tiny bo-Aiie at the neckline, cool brief sleeves. Pattern No. 8822 is a sew-r;to perforated pal tern in sizes 11, 12. 13. 14. 16, 18. Size 12, v> yards ol 33- Inch. For this pattern, send 30c in COINS, your name, adcirrss, j.;z<; desired, and the PATTERN NUMBER to Sue Burnett, Courier N'e\vs, 315 Quincy St.. Chlcaso 6. 111. Basic FASHION for '52 Is filled with ideas to make, your clothr.s budget go further — lime-saving «nd economical designs that are] ., .... , easy to sew. Gift pattern printed Kemp WhlSCnhunt inside. 25 cents. j Ada permanent comlorl ancJ gccJ laoki to your fccmt ^ttlt SLA7S-O-WOOD awnincn. Tailored Io lil iW dctign ol your houic; tr^ty are tailing ai the fine wood ol which tKcyVc mfdc. N'o rattle, no binglng^ no "cp't and downs" — (of iKcy arc built inlo your home to ilay. Without obligation, our deii^net will giv* you an eitfmatc fcr tncsc custom built awning*. PEione for tSii free service. mill*Will " <s/ EXCLUSIVE FRANCHISE DEALER 2329 Birch St. Dial 3409 FOR summsR Box Office Opens 6:45 SftoW^Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission 3c & 30e At All Times LAST TIMES TONITE "The Big Cage" with CLYDE BEATTY, the Greatest Trainer oC Wild Animal All Times! Carloon & Comedy SAT. ONLY Double Feature 4.95 A slinc Hint's fashionrd of air-cnntlitii-:ctl lacy mesh and :i hijih platform liccl pori-hcd on 11 di)\\ n-suft fnam rulibcr cushion. There's n lacy Icnf over (he vnnip. While mesh willi while leather trim. Onlv Kelley's "Your Friendly Shoe Store" FORTY THIEVES 'V*<^ wiutAM BOYD ' •'-.. ' s,ay,r,,,£u*i, Radar .Man Serial & Cartoon SUX.-MON. Double Feature Open 6:3(1 p.m. — Show Starts at Dusk 2 Shows Every Night! LAST TIMES-TON1TE! FIRST IN BLYTHEVILLE RUN * FEIUBERG-StATOM •• —Pius- Co rtoon & Comedy SATURDAY ONLY! DOUBLE FEATURE PASSAGE SUN.-MON.: First Showing in Blytheville off OF S iio" sirr.7cAlilIT£os THAT STORMEO THEIR LIVES! SbelleyWINIERS-iliGhariCONTE Stephen PLUS 2 CARTOONS & COMEDY Adults: 50c — Children Under 12: Free Free Pony Rides, Slides & Swings LAST TIMES TODAY! DON'T MISSI —PLUS— Paramount Newt Cartoon Novelty Reel Ritz Guests to See "Pride of St. Louis" Mr. X- Mrs. .Jimmie Smothcrmnn & Family Air. & Airs. Rock Saliha & Family SATURDAY ONLY! Mk< r-** Double Feature "CAVE OF THE OUTLAWS" Filmed in Carlsbad Caverns Starring MncDonald Cnrcv & Alexis Smith Captain Video Serial and Cartoon SUNDAY & MONDAY ^•-L iMiSMTiCMLFICICRI —ri.rs— MEN o? STEEL! ra WOMAN of FLESH! rnramounl News, CiMrloon & Novelty Reel Also Mclio News Riti Guests to See "Steel Town" Mr. & Mrs. R. A. Nelson and Family Miss Clara Htihle O Miss Alice 1'riest