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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, May 26, 1952
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f )w BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER (9 . 4 cXteieZu, fullins, Society Editor 9 Pat Mullins, Roxanne Johnson MARRIED Is Married to Marvin E. Mali Mr. and Mrs. Smith Johnson announce the marriage of their daughter. Roxanne, to Marvin Eugene Hall, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Hall of Oklahoma City. Okla., and formerly of Blytheville. The double rlnsr ceremony was 'solemnized at the home of the bride's parents Saturday at 2 p.m. . ,, . , with the Rev. Raymond Krutz r,lt'» I'V 6 I 10 " 1 " ol Kinney. III., uncle of the bride, of- the bride's ficiaiing. parents Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Eugene Hall will be at home in Oklahoma City after an undisclosed weddinp trip. The ceremony Forming the setting for the wedding party were two white baskets ol white gladioli tied with pijf/s of white satin. Arrangements of roses were aho used about the rooms. Servine; her niece as maid of honor and only feminine attendant M-as Miss Maggie Johnson, who w.. i dressed in a sheer navy blue afternoon pown, with which she wore navy arcessories. To complete her costume, she pinned an arrangement. of pink rosebuds at her shoulder. The bride, given In marriage by her father, 'chose for her wedding an original dress fashioned ot sky blue. Imported cotton lace with rhmestone trim. Her small white* hat was sprinkled with tiny sparkling rhinestones. Accessories *'ere of matching shades, and her bridal nosegay was a large white purple throated orchid, i Serving Mr. Hall as best man was Mike Webster. j Mrs. Johnson chose for the mar- ! rlage of her daughter, a navy blue dre,s3 and navy and white accessories. Bhe was presented pink carnations for her shoulder. Reception Is Held Following, the ceremony, a reception was held In (he home of the bride's parent, with Mr. and Mrs. Johnson, host. Centering the lace laid bride's table was a three-tiered wedding cake In white with a miniature bride and groom topping It. Foliage studded with tntervaling white carnations. surrounded the wedding cake and the same floral arrange- Saturday. She is the former -Miss Rox.inne Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Smith Johnson, and his pjironls are Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Hall of Oklahoma City. Attendance List Is Released by Sudbury School A list of 38 pupils has been com- MONDAY, MAY M, 1952 piled and Elementary released by Sudbury School authorities These have maintained perfect at- WSCS Officers Elected in Wilson WILSON — New officers in the Women's Society or Christian Ser-1 vice In (he Wilson Methodist Church j were installed in a ceremony by tho | pastor, the Rev. Sam Watson, yes-; texture of your satin Choose A Fragile Bridal Fragrance To Inspire A Lovely Wedding Day (Bf NKA Service) Memories of your waddine day last forever. The soft, creamy the terday morning during the service, j billowing cloud of white Lice vpll- Mrs. J. F. Mullins succeeded Mrs. j ing . . . the unforgettable strains tendance /or the entire school year.! John Enoch as president. Other of- i of Lohengrin. Fir^t Grade—Ronald Miller, Bill ,fleers installed w?re Mrs, Roy Sto-1 To make this day compololy pcr- Floiixh, Earline Lane. Ann Luckas, z-ough, vice-president; Mrs. 'N. R. Bits of News l Newfoundland where he stationed with the Air Fowlston School To Have Recital I Leona McBHde, Marsha Lou Wll- .son. Second Grade — Charles Cronk, Bobby Wamble. Mary Helen Oakley, Jimmy Mayes, Vicky Quails, Barbara Cable. Cherry Cooper. Third Grade — Johnnie Dale Blacky?!!, Robert Samuel Howell, ] Robert Perry Oakley, Theresa Dale Jones, Fourth Grade—W. D. Crocker. Jr, Linda Enrline Hanna, Buddy Harris, Sara Lou Snow, Fifth Grade—Travis James Marshall, Dana Davis, Jimmy Folcy. Hrintia McClanahan. Linda McClanahan, Linda Lou Cullnm. Sixth Grade—David Moody, Bet- typ Collier, Helen FoJJoivay. Lovetta Me Adams, Shirley Kinnlnmonth. Danny Bratcher, Davirt Crump, Bobby Richardson, Anne Olnckwell.' Betty Lou Clouse, Mella Saliba. In addition to the above names, 26 others had perfect attendance (or the second semester* First Graf IP—Jeanne Lou Gown. Second Grade —Mickey Johnson, Charles Caklwell, Peggy Lynn Haynps, Marilyn McWiUinnis, Mnr- ilre Wells. Janet Williams. Third Grade — Hersrhcll BP.S- harsfi, Marshall Larkin, Martha Kirk sey. Fourth Grade — Harry Halsfend, Andy Stan- Ellis, Jr., promotion secretary; Mrs. Gerald While-side, recording secretary; Mrs. Kva Kertin, treasurer; Mrs. Hudson Wren, Christian social relations-local church work; Airs. AJtna Harnden, spiritual life: Mrs, Russia Perry, student work; Mrs. Gilbert Wiley, supplies: Mrs. Elstner D. Reall, missionary eeUi- ment placed also around (he } large crystal punch bowl. Flanking the table nt both sides, were lighted white tapers In crystal candelabra. Mrs. Mike Webster, Mrs. Jerry H«am, and Mrs. Raymond Krutv., nunts o} the bride, assisted at the reception. Each was presented A fardenln corsage. Out-of-town guests Included the Rev. and Mrs. Raymond Knit?, and •on of Kenny, III., and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Forbes of Clinton. III. After the reception, the couple departed on an undisclosed wedding trip, the bride wearing a dress of yellow printed silk and, complet- menting her .trousseau /rock, a yel- IOT linen Jacket. She pinner) the orchid at her shoulder. The couple will be Oklahoma City, Okla. at home in Latest In Datfe Wear Lt. Co]- And Mrs. K. L. Webb. Jr., and family, of Waco, Tex., are the guest.* of Dr. and Mrs. MiUon Wnbb and Mrs. F, K. Webb. They are <-n route to wHI be Force. Mrs. Johnny Felilz returned home yesterday after spending six weeks! in Dunktin County Memorial Hospital Jn Kennetl ivhcre she under- , went surgery. Mrs. L. P. Davis of! KennetL, a sister-ln-J^w, nccompa- i ntcd her home, Mr. nnd Mrs. WIIIJR Dlllworlh of Waco, Tex., are visiting Mr. anrl Mrs. C. A. Kinninghnm. The Kin- igham's met them In Little Rock Saturday. Dr. anrt Mrs. Jnrk Webb are lending this week in St. l-ouls. HR Is Inking an advanced post graduate course In treatment of ailer- f r. and Mrs. E. B. Jones of Me.n- Ls .spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs, H. C. Buck. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Buck and daughter of Corpus Christ!, Tex.. nre visiting relatives In Blythevllle and Poplar Bluff, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Porter and Miss Amelln Porter of Winflelrt, Ala,, and Joann Wilttneier of One- cm tn, Ala., nre the gupsts of Mr, and Mrs. R. A. Porter nnd family. Mr. and Mrs. Henry O. Davis and son, Brnn, of Dosnalofi, caHf.. are the guest- 1 ; ot . Henry S. Davis and Mr. nnd Mrs, U. S. Branson. Mr- And Mrs. C. F. Tucker left-i Memphis by plane for Denver City. Tex., where they will spent t«"o weeks with Dr. and Mrs. C. R. Branson anrt Lynn. Mrs. VancK Alexander, Jr.. and son, Michael, of Memphis, will fvr- rive today for a brief visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Phillips/ Mrs. Robc-rl HeMer nf Now York City will arrive tomorrow to be the guests of her sister, Mrs. Colenian Stevens, and family. Mr. and Mrs, A, H. Bnyd bad as their purses during last week Mrs. Boyd's mother. Mrs \V. A. Demp- s.v. Mrs. J. rx'Turnham, Mrs. O. B. Burrow, Mrs. Gene Rose and E. T. Dempse.y .nil of Memphis. They came especially lor the prartuation of T-ln'.vell Hoyd. Mrs. \Varie H. Ewnrt left Friday for her home in Kosr-jtisro, Mis?: She has hec^n the gue.M- nf her mother. Mrs, A M. R. Branson. Mr. nnd Mrs. G. G Hubbard and Mr. anrt Mrs. A. K. Hnnlley rfturn- rd home vesterday from a vacation at Xorfork Lake. Fowlston Schmi! of hold piano recitals tonight and tomorrow night at 7:30 at the high school auditorium. Beginners and Intermediate students will play to- nlfjht and advanced students to- cation; Mrs. De\vey •A'ork; Mrs. Wallace Stotts. Jacohs, atnre and publication; Mrs. Icy RhUies. status of. worn on. vouth liter- Bent- Mrs. J.N. Day Honoree at Party Mrs, Joe Freeman was hostess Frlriny for a drop-in party honnrinc Mrs. J. N. Day, yho recently moved to Dallas Tex., and is visiting Mrs. T. H. Caraway. The party V.-RS sponsored by the Alpha Delta Chapter of Br>tJi RIK- ma Phi Find the members piT-ienl- ed gifts to the honoree, Yarbro Baptists Meet in Home feet, you will want to pampr-r your ' 5ktn until it is as satin smooth as your pown; brush your hair until it gleams as H never has done before. | As Important as your bridal gown I and the make-up you choose for | the wedding is (be fra«rat\ce you ! will -Aear. An invisible accessory, i fragrance works its ma^'ic for you in a subtle way by umtersonnp the white of your #own, accenti»j? the ' frapilr, feminine air nf your en- I scmbte. I Plan a trousseau nf fn^rrmre-— I perfume, eau de toilette, dusting powder, bath softener, snchet po\v- ' dor and liquid skin sachet. Each plavs a role in the final picture you ! wjl) present on-your \rfflrJinp- tiny. 1 To make the most of your fra- errmce, here are a few tricks for you , to try. Spray your eh am illy lace i hankie with a delicately srentcd toilet water. There is one surh fragile fragrance that will be the per! fret romnr\ninn for your tiMe tick. i Its lin^erin« yet riofirnre srrnt will i nrtd to ih** whisper, "What a beau- Then you might like To make a mail sachet of the same scent and : pin it (o your stp. Th? fracrsnce j v.'jll rise and wrap ynn in nn '"Pfnr- Spray your delicate bridaJ hniikie with a ioilet water that was inspired bv the well- known beauty of rlnntilly U c «. ^cttnble aura. If you fool that fragrance does not sfcm to "stay" with you, try a liquid skin sachet. This unusual fragrance medium te particularly long-lasting because of it, 1 ? sachet feature bers. night, Both program swill several four-piano num- Students to appear on tonight's program will be Joyce Gnine.s, Mi- nervn Jo Bogun, Mnrlha Frances Are.nds, Jane Torry. Patty Fowlston, . , Sara Lindqtiist, Alice IJnriouist, Mike Terry, Hording Cure, Edwin Cure, Kenneth Slantey. IJnda Rayder. Nan Miller. Martha Hart,, Kay .lobe, and Dora Berniee Wyllc of Blyfhevilie and Reggie Kcllcms of St^-cle. Mo. -Students to appear on iomor- row night's program will be: Sue Jo be nnd Emily Sue Damon of BJ.vthevlIle, Judy Cohoon of Holland. Mo., Mne Berl Bevilt and Billy Lutos of Burdcttc, and Jimmy Cnl- lens and Donald Michie of. Steelc Mo. Practice awards for fhp yenr. certificates and bins for the' National Ptnno Auditions, nnd the annual piano srholar.ship will be given outj nt the close • of tomorrow night's progi am, V/illiam Kinnlnmonth ley, Charlotte Lewis Fifth Grade—Jerry Lynn Adams, [royal service program. Wayne Lovelace, Donna B^sharse, To begin the progi-ar *. , ... Carlos Barne-s, James Oarnett, sang a .song and Mrs Musir^ will I Gerald Larkin. John Moves. Tom' my Saliba. Sarah Lou Boyett, pat- HP Sue Queen. Sixth Grade — Norma Hanriley. Imo^ean Reese, Those having perfect attendance for (he last, six weeks nnly. amounted to Jfi4 In addition to" the above mentioned. First Grade — Jimmy Fiounfclter, Jack Holt, Hoane Logan. Joe VnURhn Stewart. Owen HaUord, Kay Hnlstcnd. Judy Ridings, 'Mnry Mrs. T. T. Campb?!! was h to members of the Vai'bro Bnptist . 'omen's Circle Friday nigh't at her \ //7 / f]f)f) ff ime for their regiilar meeting nnrl;/X/rr/i I I Iftlcll — Cominv Events O Tuesday MLS. Herman Txirner Epsllon Sigma Alphn with Mrs, Hnrnld Eubunks co-hostess. Mrs. MaX' : TJsrcy ie hOAt*wj to La Petite CJub.."V Alpha Delta Chapter nf Beta Sigma Phi -has 7:30 p.m. rtcssert canasta at Rustic Inn with Mrs. C. L. Kolly hostess. Varbro Home Demonstration Club meets in their Club- . , Bfth Stage. Loy Lee. Daniel Lew. Michael Thompson, Larry Wilson, Barbara Brackin. Helen Haynes, Chaiicne. Reese. Billy Arrinpton, James Ed Beavers. Larry Garrison. Don Quthrio. Alvtn Lane III, Kenneth Ashmore. .lohtiny Brock. Tommy McCandless, Harry Waldrup, Hobby Zaricor, jean Anrterson. Beverley Jean Davis, Paula Hawkins. Patty Larkin. Jacfcie Vowell, Molly Waldrup. Second Grade — Sandra Ann Davis. Betty Sue Guthrie, Margie byn- ette Pierce. Tommy Clark. Jerry Henson, Jerry Lertbetter. Carl Martin Love, William Mcclanahan, Donna Boswell. Barbara ' Collier, Ronnie Etchleson, Betsy Harrell. Becky Henderson, Marlyn Mor- rlson, Connie Snmpsoji. Blllv Gates John Caldwell, Dave Holder, Travis Nichols, Tommy Smith. Harold Lonzo Hood, Larry Lovelace, Douglas McKnIght, Patsy Brackin, Jan Brown. Joan Eatmon, Mary Ann _ U'ambfe, James Lloyd Bo\ven. Ronis hostess toinle Thompson. June Cochran. Bet- Growing Youngsters' Desire • r~ \ \ _i i /-*. hor independence Is Quite Natural led the prayer, Mrs. Jack Emery pave a devotional anri sentence prayers closed the meeting. me^ to C hTr Pb g"cs t r rVetl ""^ , ^'"'^ * ^™ nd hmnlh " : "Ml'! isn't lor, ri.penrtent on ym,-th»l menus w her guests. /i/ici-n-ycBr-old dauehter seems al- ; she Is busy riqurinB oul thinss .or - - | most like a stranger to her Esther j herself and establishing her own bara Jean Webster. Wendi?]] Pat I ""?., me ' , . . ! individuality. Chllman, Carolyn Joyce Eatmon ' , . wc asl: hcr a d ' rcd 1"f 5 t'<"i i She'll come back to you in time. PHI.];, Annette Turner, JerrM Ann I she " v ?« ue - !f r tr 5' <° ?et her to; You may even hurry that time oy Undn Jo Cordell ' Linda I c , alltlcie m me Ehp shil> -' 1 »«'»>'. She | cutting your (juestions to a mini- Harr'ls. ''---•• ! <locsl scem lo want to ; ' Lovi Davis, Rebecca Karris. Gav l.ea Howser f Eugenia Oennine Linda Ann Smltb. Donna Fnv ty Lou Mathcnla, Brendn Richardson, Paulhift Strecter. 4 Third Oracle —Jonathan Ahbntf", D.inny Cooper. Harley Crump, Larry Cnmmings. Larry Ksrgett. Ira Gene Lambert. Jftmps Young. Terry Mnllins. Dorothy June Crcascy, Nancy Clippies, Sandra Dougherty, MargarPt Garcia, Wanda PaJmer. Ray. Marilyn Jones. Sally Jo Kinp, Mayrine Palmer. Joyce Thrallklil. Larry Burge.soii. H.irold Coleman, j Beverly Smythe. Kay Thompson, J Billy Hatch. Glen Wamble, Marvin Waddle. Billcy Lou Wcedman. Carolyn Wcstall. Carl Eldridge, Columbus Elmore, Larry Wayne skel ton. Raymond Waidrup. Fourth Grade — Charles Cobb. Jerry Coleman, Ronald ' Frazier. Robert Lovelace. GernJd Masley, Billy Nelson. OeorRe Webb. Freddie White. Carolyn Calfee. Cecelia Henderson, Nlkkt Hooper. Nancv Milltgan. Sarah Lou Moody. Henryka Peksa, Mnr.v Ellen Thompson.) Betty Jean Thompson. Richard Barnes. Ardpn Collier. Buddy Haney. Hnroid Pulley. Pegsy Pickens, Margie Ray. Montell BridRc\vater. Kenneth Skelton, Joe Harold Wicker, t.inria Boswell. ^ifth Grade — James Barksdalc, Billy Garner. Jerry GiHes, Dc- wayne AUtler, Jimmy Pulley. Jerry Tyrone, Joyce HaUord. Melba Honeycutt. Rayodcene Hooper. Marie Kelly, Mary Evelyn Knapp. Lydia Joe Sudhury, Michael Calfee, Nor- tnan Plowefs. Jlinmy Font;, Jr., Thoma.s Garcia. Bene Sevaner, Da- vici Thrallkill. Carolyn Cordell, Betty Gowcn. Anita Lovelady, Sixth Grade—Gene Austin, Morris Hecknell, Horace Becknell. Tay- ''This,, \vnrrips us a great deal. It must he our fault, hut I honestly ran't figure out how we have failed her. We close toi mum. lettinc her understand that j you are there ir she needs you but of i that 'you aren't noing to try to force confidences. And above all don't act hurl be» cause she p.wms to prefer the companionship ot her "crowd" to youp company. That l.s right and natural, and parents ' should never mak* their children feet Ruilly for their perfectly normal reactions. Open 0:30 Show Starts • t Dusk. ^ Slums Kvcry Nlffht LAST TIMES TONITE Firs! Showing in Rlylhpville OROUCHO MARX • MARIE WILSON WILLIAM BENDIX w.ih UON DrfOBE^GErJE tOCKHAHT 2 Carloons & Corned v TUES.-WBI). Hollar a Car! Kring a Car Kiill for a Dnllar! CLIFT -TAYLOR «« WINTERS. GEORGE STEMS' Pr^xt«n d ol A PUCE E\ 1HE i Pictm Also Cartoon & Comedy Mrs. Perkins Entertains Glub have always been [ friday Mr.e. Frank Perkins vas hostess to mpmbers or the interested in ev- Stitch and Chatter Club, when she j crytbin.ET she bad 35 her gucsi, Mrs. Richard does. We try to i Svnin. be tolerant, of'her I The group played card games dur-' friends. We aren't more j in? the evening. Mrs. Terry Pre- than other parents in 'her | vost. Mrs. Swnin and Mrs. F 1 . A. ?j"oup. Yet she seems to be growing ] Davis were winners in the games. away from us. What, can we do?" Mrs. Perkins served Not much at this point. It sounds 'plate and iced drinks. as though your daughter Is just be- ! ~ ........... -----------ginning to assert her independence ! as a person. Perhaps she (eels no i need, to be pals with her parents at j this point because sharing secrets : with friends of her o',vn aee is, at 1 ! the moment, far more important : than sharing them with you. i .TUST A P«ASE • •-• ' I OF GROWING UP '. Donf let that hurt you. It is Just! a phase ot growing up. And so ion,; i as you feel sure that you are ,m- j rier.standin? and tolerant, you real- ! sandwich lor Francis. Glynn Jnrratt. John Dale Howard. Nelson. David Country Ch|b Duplicate BrielRe M " ry u P ton - P g ' or '-'' Wadklns. Bar-1 Miner, Carolyn Fulgham. Leapue Club. has meeting nt Country At l be Hospitals By Sue Burnett Here's your favorite (or dates all j summer lone- -a handsome, strnply j slylen frork thai gofs tojetlicr like a charm. Anri fot K ftrikir.e effect, i use p. colorful stripe joins this way i and that. Paltrrn N'o F3K is s -cw-nte perforated pr,l!ern '.n sir.cs 12 14 16 ' IS. 20. 40, «. Size J4, J'., vard< of i 38-inch. For this pst'frn. st-nd 3t)c in COINS, your name, address ^we dp- sired, anrt the PATTERN N'tJM- ' BER to Sup Burnett. Courier Xevvs, 375 Quinoy St.. Chicago 6. 111. Basic FASHION tor 'A2 is filled »-ith ideas 10 make your clothe; budget BO further—time-savuig and f>ronomiCAi drains lha; are easy to sew. Gift pattern printed insirie, 25 cents. Bl.vthrvillc Hosp rint^wd; K r v L n \ V i m br rl v . c i t v. flir XVholcy. DrU. ip N'ril, Cootrr. pvrlt Cuff. rtfy. Rorx?i ! Lr f Rnhinsitn. Walls lln<=ril P. K. Ki5?rll. rity Mr,-*. Minnip> Wo Robert Hr\m;irk, I Mis \v. L. Tntp J. R. Lamhorl. Mrs p;lbert Johnson Is hostess to Hijth T\vo Bridge Club. Delphian Society ha.i 10 a.m. meeting »t Hotel Noble. - Mijfi Luclla Barnes Is hostess to CtB Cl^opter "D" of PRO has a 1 p.m. luncheon In the home nt Mrs. Wil- linm Lnu-she with Mrs. \V. I. Denton co-hostess. Thursday Mrs. Clarence Webb enlertntns members of La Nueve. Ms. Leon Sherer is to 'nieinbers of Tlinr.sriay Rook Clnb. nuplicate Briripe Lcapue play* its weekly pamcs, j Club F.isht members RUOSI.S of' Mrs. R. C. Allen. Fritl-iy ^Trs Fyon Davis is ho,^1e^.s !o Suich anci Chattel' nt 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Everett Peterson is hostess at 1:30 p.m. to I.a Finnese. , ly have nothinz to be afraid of. In that case, she will come to you i if she really needs your help. j Meanwhile, r* thankful that she FINA FOAM . . . the NrwlT- ^l\I)rvelon«d Bubble Bath for Fine !™TI JFahrlu, Rn(s >mj -jMj^iiRoOTBl} ' ' , f^,,ij r laial jspeedT foam •=^-;~.-g|^ cl| . aiiint joh ARKANSAS TAINT & GLASS CO. IDS F.. Main Phone ZTO AIR CONDITIONED BY REFRIGERATION ind baby. city. A'Lirringe Licenses Tlif folliiTvinc roiiplrs ohtainrci ni.-ii riasi* Iiccn«f5 Satin-day nt HIP onire of l IIP county court (*levk. Mrs. Khrflboth Blvthc Parker: DoHmci \Vftyno SlUnM.S of Blythp- villf ai^rt Miss Mary Alma Hunt ot Minor Lilly of Biyihpvillf anrt Miss Bflrkrmryrv n( Rrrtnr. Jamrp Nail Porkins of ' Blythrvillr and ^Tl^5 Ntartha ITPITP Wlxon of [ M.irvm F Hnll r>T Oklahoma City j anri Nti^A Roxaiinc of M-G-M LAST TIMES TODAY —Plus- Paramount News Cartoon Novelty Reel Ritz Guests .•\lr. & .Mrs. Billy Roone & Family Mr. & i\lrs. Harold Thompson & Family at trie popular p^ic* iS« miilioris pay! 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