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BLYTHEVTLLE (AUK.) COURIER NEWS WEDNESDAY, APRIL 16, 1952 Jane Shelton, Society Editor Former Resident, Bette Lu Krutz, Weds In Illinois Her. and Mrs Raymond Krutz. former Blytheville rcsirirnt.' now of Kenny. 111., have announced the marrinec of their rinuahur. fet»> Lu. to John Robert Forbes, eon of] ,. , Mr. and Mrs. James F. Forbes of | ^ ".•.,"'.'", DeWitt.. 111. The double rills ceremony was colemniBcd Easier Sunday in IW Kenny Methodist Church hy the Rev. kruiz and Hev. Ed Pumphrey of Clinton, III The bride, plven in mnrriape by her father, wore rm embroidered or=andy while prwn with km!! sleeves and marquisette yoke. A cap of white flowers held her veil of illusion. White carnations overlaid the white testament she carried to the altar. Miss Shirley Wife, of Maroa, 111. served a.s maid of honor nnri was alt.ircri in nrchid nylon orraiuly ballerina Imolh pown with match- inq chantilly lare Jacket nnd rap Ehe carried a colonial bouquet. The bridesmaids. Miss Brite Wurth, o! Kenny. Miss Pat Hearn. Miss Roxannc Jchnson. and Miss Sue Prevost. all of here, wore nlle cowns. identical In style tn that of ENGAGEMENT AN- NOl'NCKI) — Miss Roxanne Johnson, of .Mrs. Smith .Inlinson, is liPtrothcd to Marvin KIIKPITP Hall, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Hall, of Oklahoma City, former Klythcville rosirtcnts. A May ceremony is planned. Bits of News 1 1 IO t Burdctte Sophomores Havej Who's Who Contest The Sophomore class of Burdette Hl?h School recently conducted a who's who contest, with Shirley Revill taking honors for the most beautiful filrl. Jimmy Epperson was named most handsome boy. Other winners were Mary Tyer, birthday luncheon in honor of Mrs.! was Mrs. B. F. Scott in her home ai'est yirl; Leo Cooper, cutest hoy; Robbj- Yanny, zlrl most likely lo! surcred. Frank Pierce, boy most [graves of Osceola, whose birthdays I devotional and reading of scripture! ~ several days of each j by Mis.s Mary Hubler. Mrs. Vance* John Bruce Wilson, son of Mis. B. B. Wilton, lias entered the University of Tampa. Tampa, Fla., to work toward his master's degree. His wife and daughter, Deborah, left by plane Saturday to join him: likely to succeed; Emma Perkins.! are within to make their home. (best all around girl; Bobby Yancy. i other. Pvt. and Mrs. Tom Taylor left mo.^t studious cirl, James Frank, this morning for Fort Smith to! most studious boy; F.mma Perkins, make their home after spending 10 i best trir! athlete, Russell Eubanks, clays here as Rue.st of Mis, Taylor's , best boy ftthlete: Shirley Beville, mother, Mrs. Mayslll Hawkins and! most popular sir!, franklin Pierce, his parents, Mr, and Mrs. John W. mo«t popular boy; Letha Nash, vut- Taylor. Pvt. Taylor Is stationed at tiest pirl. Jimmy Epperson, wittiest Camp Chaffee and will attend lead- , hoy and Deborah Stanfiekl. best rrship training school. i dres'cd cirl, Russell Etibanks, best (Ire^crl boy. The class is planning a hay ride and wiener roast for next week. Mrs. F.lben Johnson is class .sponsor. Wesleyan Guild Meets, Officers Are Elected In the monthly mectlnpr of the Weslcyan Guild nf the First Methodist Church Monday night, an election was held, and Mrs, W. W. Mrs. R. Ij. Houck was hostess at! Peek was named president for the her country home Wednesday at a I coming year. Hostess for the event T. L. Stanford and Mrs. T. P. Hud- on Hearn. son of Luxora, and Mrs. 5 E, Se- The meeting was opened with a | Henderson hnri charce of the prn- A tlirec act satire, "The Insect Conirriy" is being presented today and tomorrow^ at Arkansas State College, and inrludrci in the cast. is Miss Sue Orshorne of Hlythe- vilie, | Mr. and Mrs. Sipsbert Jieriel are ; ... now nt honie at thnr newly com- i iVllSS pU'trd residence. 1331 Tlrnrn. They formerly resided on West Ash Westbrook Hostess Baptist 'Y\VA; Guest l.uxnran* Entertain L T . I>. C. Luxora members of the Elliott Fletcher Chapter of the Uniu-d eluding Mrs. C. B, Woods. Sr., Mrs, Elliott Williams, and Mrs. T. F. Hudson, were co-ho^ts to me.mi>ers of that on?ania7.tion at a luncheon Thursday. . Mrs. Hudson acted as croup chairman for the entertainment, which was held at the Hotel Noble in Blytheville. I.uxora Bapllsts Hosts Ninety-seven guests attended the Baptist County Council meeting at | an all day program Friday here at ihe First Baptist Church. Devotionals were led by Mrs. Paul Hayes and Mrs. Harold White. The program consisted of talks by all the which was a discussion Christian education In connection wtih labor and management, Mrs. Peek and Miss Avis Howard, who had recently attended the North Arkansas Conference Guild Week End, pave reports on the meeting. Others elected lo office for the cominp year were. Miss Hubler. vice president; Mrs. Frank Ashby, recording secretary; Mrs. LUton Neely, promotion secretary; Mrs. Cal Gossctt, treasurer. After the meeting, the hostess served refreshments. return Serving as best mm 1 was Bob Humphrey ol Clinton, IU Ushers were Marvin Hall of Oklahcma Cily. Okla.. and Ted Reynolds. Donald Se-islon and Don Reynolds, all of Clinton, For her dnushtcr's wedding. Mrs. Krutr chose an afternoon gown of orchid with pink accessories. Pink rosebuds were pinned at her shoulder. Mrs. Forbes wore a rire-ss of blue with white accessories. She wns presented white carnations. Following the ceremony, a reception was heM. Others out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hearn. Mrs. Jerry Hearn and son.'Mr.?. Smith Johnson, all of Blythcvlllr and Mrs. Ethel Laden of Stecle, Mo. Lone Troop Association Meets; y als °"'" Discusses Plans, Elects Officers Mr. and Mrs. Harold Medlin, 202! ! Mlss Katherine Westbrook en- Pidwards left ihls mormne for • lerlained the Young Women's A!- !co " nt >' pastors present. Miss WadD Phv'mx' Ariz to make (lien 'home.! sociatinn of the First Baptist McHenry of Memphis and Luxora Church at her home Monday nizht >, rendered solo music for the occa- with seven members present and ^sion. Lunch was served tho.=o pres- one I!UPM,. Miss Marion Mayes. j p nl by the combined organizations Mi^s Mayc.s said the openinc °& the local church. prayer and Miss June Buchannon 1 Personals save the devotional, and had, Mrs. Charlie Corkran of Memphis i was the Friday and Saturday suest Mrs. Roy Head, director of the: of Mrs. J. I. Mifflin. oun. closed the meeting with! W. D. Terry of Smackover. Ark.. maX' They wrre accompanied nix by ,J. C, Davis, v.hn home in.^everal v. p eeks. Miss F,li-e L^wis rrtmnrri yestt-r- riay frnm a ueek'nd U:-it in El Paso. Tex., as guest of Pvt. Joe Bates, who is stationed at Fort; charge of the program April 2ftlh has been designated I at, n business meeting as Girl Scout Day in the Boys and j Troop Association. Olrls 1 Week planned for later Ihisj In an election, Mrs month, it was announced last night : \vas re-named AsForl.-uion chair Mrs. R. V. Hall To Speak At Two PTA Sessions Mrs. H. V. Hall of Texarkana Parent-Teachers tional chairman spiritual education. Association na- of character and be guosl Mrs. Proctor Is Guest Speaker Mrs. A. B. Witt of Halls. Tenn,.! Kroup. is the housesuest of her riauqhtcr,: prayer. '": Mrs. G. V. Daws and family. She; In a social hour following the came especially for the marriage i meeting, the hostess served refresh: of her grandson, Vernnn Daws, ments. of the Lone; which will be in Little Rock Sun-j Glenn l,.-,rldi" ilw . A . B lankensl,ip has been re- ! ^ fC( ' Guests Meet moved to the home of his son. H.! Wltll Baptist ClVclcs ;vas the holiday weekend guest of; Half Moon WSCS Has Regular Program The Women's Society of Christian Service of Half Moon Methodist Church met Monday nisht in the home of Mrs, W. R. Lichtfoot I for, their recvilar program. Mrs. Le- I roy Mitchell was a visitor at the ; meeting. I Mrs. B. F. Gay had charge of j the procram. "Brotherhood in the I World of Work." Mrs. R. L. Haw- Coming Events Thursday Mississippi County Home Economists Club has 7:30 p. m. meeting at hich school Home Economics Cottaee, C. and M. Birthday Club has 7 p. m. meeting al Dog«"«cd ,Club house, with Mrs. Jim Lutes, hostess. East Arliansas Presbytery ol women meet at First Presbyterian Church at 1 p.m. Mrs H W. Wylifi hostws to Thursday Contract Club. * La Nueve meets with Mrs.'R. E, I Green. Mrs. Cecil Uhn hostess to Alpha Beta Bunco Club. Mrs. C. A. Cunningham entertaining Mid-Week Club. Thursday Rook Club meets with Mrs C. G Scherer. Friday Zela Chapter of DelU Kappa. Gamma having joint 6:30 p. m. dinner meeting with Alpha Ze-ta Chapter of DKG at Wilson . East Arkansas Presbytery of women meet at First Presbyterian Church at 9 a.m. Chapter "N" of PEO has 1 p.m. luncheon meeting at home of Mrs. J. W. Adams. LaFinesse meets In the home ot Mrs. Everett Peterson at 1:30 p.m. Executive Board of Woman's Club has 2 p.m. meeting at cluh followed by 2:30 p.m. general session. Saturday Duplicate Bridge T/esgne plays at Hotel Noble at 1:15 p.m. speaker on t«"O occasions tn South Mississippi County this week. One of these meetings will be held at the Wilson Baptist Church Thursday night at 7:30 p.m. Mrs.J Hull will speak on "Our School—: Our Community's Future." The na-. tional president's menage will be presented, and R social hour will follow. Mrs. Hall will he guest speaker at the Mississippi County PTA Council's all-day meeting at Joiner Fridav. The meeting will be held at the Methodist Church. Installation of new oficers will climax the meeting. In a Joint mpetlnn ot the American Legion Auxiliary and Leclrm- aires laAt night at the Hut. Mrs Bess Prort or nf Li 11 le Rock \v,i s Bucst speaker. Precnrilng the Joint Rpslon. separate mnetincR were held. Mrs M, A. Middtcton presided over the worn- j en. Colors were advanced by Mrs.' Louis Keller, .sarenruit, nt arms. Pledge of Altrplnnce ' and preamble were repoat^d by the group. Prayer by Mrs. Ine/. Gentry dismissed them. Tn the men's meeting, the discussions WRS on the Fifth District meeting xvhkh !s to hr held In Jon- csboro Sunday, R, A. Fralny. active district commander; Andrew Mr- Curry, department commander; and Joe L. Hearn. past commander; will attend the meetinc;. Mr. Hearn will be the speaker of the afternoon. Men who plan to RO will meet at the Hut at 10 a.m. Sunday. Folowing thf rlo^e of the. meet- ip, refreshment-, \vpre sei'vod hy he women with Mrs. F. Brogden nri Mrs. Paul Mahon chairmen f the food co mm it tec. ma "- I c. Blankenship on Krnturky Rtrfet The Girl Sronls Iinvr brrn In-; a f tpr hnvlnir been a patient at Mrm- viteri by the Rot;ii-y Chih to assist j pnlK Baptist Hospital for n monih. with Boys and Girls Wrok and -.vill [ Hfs condition is retried as im- have displays at Mir Little House - proved. oprn to the punlir that day from: MI- R ,' orville Elkins. Jr.. and 9 a.m. till 4:30 p.m. | daughters, Teresa and Lvnn, are It was decided thai, the Girl Prnut: gnpsU O f Mrs. Elkin's parents. Mr. Court of Awards will be hrld May! anc ] Mrs. G. V. DaT.'S. and Mrs. O. 2^ n - o. Elkins and family. Other r>fi< r-rs rp-namrri hv the •—_ Asorlatlnn were- ^!^s. Huch Whitsitt, vice c-hairman; Mrs. Loanard Jnhn-; son. secretary, and Mrs. Co.idy Eaton, treasurer. Farewell Party , Ql The enlcrtninlne ronm* of Clear Duplicate Bridge Croup Has 10-Table Movement The Country Club Duplicate Bridce Group met last night for a ten-table. Mitchell Movement. North and south winnr-rs were Mrs. Russnl! Phillips and Mrs. E. B. Gee, first; Mrs, Harry Haines Three Business and Fr Church hoste?. 1 ; nt her home for the gram session. Mrs. H his mother, family. College students Easier holidays here the devotional. Others Mrs. S. B. Terry, and spending the; Buck, and Mrs. Lightfoot. Mrs. C. with their s w. Garripan cave two chapters of taking part on the program were Mrs. O. M. Mitchell, Mrs. A, C. iiesu mnt last nlcht with Ch Wnmni's Circles Three ? f r of ralvarv Wfinti-t r ot Calvarj Baptist parents included Tommy Stanford their study. "We Americans North and Harold Hill of the University of Arkansas, Miss \Vade McHenry of Southwestern, Memphis, Misses Christine Johnson and Wilma Layne kansas State Teachers, James L. Edwards of Oklahoma A, fc M., and George Standford of Arkansas and South". A brief bu sine ss discussion wa»^ presided over by Mrs. Mitchell. Fol«* lowing the program, the hostess served refreshment*. Mr. nnd Mrs, Lop an Rnzelle had .... their houseguests over the v.-eek- J. Fondien. Women's end Mr. and Mrs. .John Randolph Missionary Union president, Mrs.' Clarence Rhoda and Mrs. Burly Sla.yton were guests. of Mayfleld. Ky.. and Miss Frances Following group singing and ami prayer by Mrs. Fondren. Mrs. Hubert Polssrove presided over the session in which officers' reports were hertrd. Rozclle of Memphis. Mrs. Maxine McHaney and son. Jim Garner eave the devo- Mrs tional and the meeting was adjourned with sentence prayers. The hostess served refreshments. Tommy, ol Memphis were the week- | end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Brown. Mi.ss Betty Mifllin of Vanndale was the weekend guest of her mother, Mrs. J. I. Miffun. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Mackey and daughter visited relatives in Marshall, Ark., over the week end. Today's Big Difference In automatic washers— Lake Bnpti.st Church were the set- anri Frank Nelson, second; and Hnr- for n ffiro\vell parly last nl^hti r >' Haines and Bernard Conch, third. " ""' ""' ' ^"' ; "' "" """ honoring Mrs. D. J. Hod^e. who is, leavinc soon for Fort Smith to i nnrt make her homo. Mrs, A. P. Burks and Mrs. J. E. Cox wore hostesses for the even') blooms were set about the and West winners were Mr. | Mrs. Dick Ixigan of Charles-! ton, Mo., first: Mrs, Foy Etchiesnn | and Mrs. Frank Gri»sby, second; < and Mrs. George Wi^gs, third. i Color For Trim _ayette Shower Given at Church room in which the aucst-s spent '.he j ~ : eveninc In parly cames. Mrs. Jess! Simpson and Mrs. rUchnrri Haynfs were prize winners. Farewell notes were written by eru-h truest to he placed In a memory bnok ./. ; !a.tcr presented Mrs. Hodpe. \vhff-^fiSO"~was showered with plfts by thferZiT guests attending. The hostesses served refreshments. Tn the recreation room of the Lake Street, Methodist Chnrrh. last i jicht, Mrs. Jimmy Strickland was j lonored with a layette shower. Approximately -ir> ciirsT-s were present and Mrs Bnb MrHaney. Mrs. HcniF-r Tinkrr, Mr-. Hc-nry arnett. and Mrs. Billy Kinc were Razorback Scene Of Canasta Party Mrs. Ray Swincy arid Mrs. ,lne Warrrn enlrrtninrd the EpsUnn ma Alplin last, nicht at the Razor- iptrssp.-;. j bark with a ranasta party. Mixed sprm? bVxmis were u^rd ' MIFS Alma Cain took hich ?rore throuchout the rpcrrniinn rooms m j honors nnd Mrs. Herman Turner which tramps were nl.iyrd and cift-s.] \">n low. opened. Tho,",c \nnnnm iiiizrs In I The hpstrssrs scrvfd a salad pinle Hie jramrs wrre Mrs H E. LaShot. i and Irrd drinks. Mrs, C. M. Rnxtei, and Mrs. Strirk- LAST Tl^lKS TODAY OX1JWSW piCTU«?£S c Thursday & Friday DON'T MISS! 2 BIG DAYS ONLY! Freciric MarcK s Also Cnrlnnn S: Comedy Party foncls served by \.Y\e ul irrc! drinks wrre i Bridge Club Meets at Hotel LunrhpfMi .it Hoirl Nnhlf follow- | Circle Eight Has Mcelmg in Lee Home Businp5.s Women's Circle Eicht. of the Fir-r Baptist, Church last nisht u-,1,1 pnioriainrrt at Ihe new hnme of Mis.i Prarl Lee and Mi.ss Jewel I Lrp. 13^3 Hearn, Mrs S P. Lrp and Mrs E. M. RI'IV, GUESTS .Mr.it .Mrs.,lamps Andcrsnn ^Ir. S: Mrs. Garth Cnstilo Ljlincnpf>n H\ HOI rj .\nntf IOLIOW- j -'"^ >^ * • i-^ t* HIHI .nr,> r,. AI. fri by an aftrrnonn o^ playmc i Eamn wrrp cuo?i-s with (he nine bridge hnci-r yrMrrday marked the [ r )rrlp mrmbrrs for tho arsr-ion. wreklv session "f Ln Petiic Club, j which wn.<; i-onrturtod by Mrs. Thel- Mrs. M. O Usrry Ird rhp scares j 111fl A5k:n.- and oprnerl with pray- In the affrrnnnn'5 bridcp „ „. . second hich went to Mrs. J. F ! Mmitmirlrn. Mis. Arthur Vance and ; Mrs. Phillip- Robinson took brtcico • honor.-;. 1 Alpha Alpha Chapter Is Entertained md i er by Mi^ Minmr Fcstrr. A rirvoruinnl by Mrs. Atkins ,ind M:s.s Jowol r,ec- oprnrcl tlie Royal Porvirc program. "Knw;iiifin.^ nf' Amrrir.ms. Tro." Prcerasn parrir- s;n nf.i VM-^rp M iss PP;II 1 I.cn. Mi.-=. Ri"M>v Brown. Miss Minnie Bi'O'.vn. Mr.". Jn-m TVTOJIP niui Mrs. Ma-ir- ico LiiMyrll Thrv rarh wrre PIT- of Sprinc | Mrs. J. \V. McHanpy was hn--' Cirelp i<: ivrr a<'jouvnrrf thr mcr i ics.^ a! hor home last nichi to nipni- in~ n*''-'r «'hi -h the ho:-to,-; ; rs serv t her?. n( the Alpha Alpha rhaptrr i H e;;-i ^iisr.fnr.*, i nf Rrra Sicma Phi. with Mr>. lynu« '. Box Off ice Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:00 p.m. Admission i'c Sc 30c At All Times In a b';smr>5: mrrtin?, rcp-TV- fr^m [ hf rcrnvdme >prrrtary a n d ^ ttpaf-ui PI urre pjvrn. 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I.yrtla rLnkhsn\'s C^m- pound unA Tnhle:?; pax f- rc'.lt f trf>n\ finch (1^irr?s , m fiS^r ftiirt Fi'1% (Tf itpcctUrtv i of tJir ca.'es ICfittd. Cijir, • ptcte or ttr\kiny rellefl •A-hAt. it lias <1nno for o?ri mt y--"i know whal It will rto Tnr :r Tn'.! haven't «\rr7lrn'-'ci ;n olirii brines at surrt tsrr.f*,! M-nihrr dr.v hus pnv-^rt. tr? —1'i.rs— Cartoon & Comedy DAN DA LEV as the gal who caught his Sunday pitch! i Richard Hylton • Richard Crenna • Hugh Sanders James Brown • Leo T Cleary • r,^* Jules SCHERMER Harmon JONES-^ Herman J. MANKIEWICZ'KGUYTROSPER CINIURY-fOX Till HS.-KKI. "The Big Cage" wilh C1.VI1K BKATTY. HIP (ircnlrsl \VilH Anininl Trainer of All Times! Cnr'.onn & C'nmocly PLUS: PARAMOUNT NEWS CARTOON & NOVELTX REEL RITZ GUESTS: Mr. and Mrs. Jimmie Smotriermon & Farnily Mr. & Mrs. Rock Soliba & Family

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