The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 12, 1951 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 12, 1951
Page 5
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THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 1951 Bt,rnfKVn.I,K ( (ARK.) COUR'JER NETTJ FAGS La Prensa Nears End Of 82-Year-Old Career BUENOS AIRES, April 12. Wi— La Prcnsa, unrelenting critic of President Juan 1). peron. nearcd the end today of Its 82-year existence as an independent newspaper. . The Senate, made up entirely ol suporlers of pcroii, appeared certain to follow the chamber of deputies today in noting cxpropiia- l*lion of the newspaper, already elos- ?ed down since January by government-supported moves. The chamber approved expropriation last night, 103 to 1G. ' Senate passape of Hie bill would CARUTHERSVILLE NEWS My .fnyre Douglass — Phone 1M7-W •onri it to pevon for his ?.it; ,ure and a decision whether to reopen the no\v.pp;L!>er as a govei nent oremi or to ]ic]»idiilc it. Peroii last ntehl renewed his attacks on Lft Piensa in n speech he- fore a convention of the Genera Confederation of workers. He -said wnrld capitalistIc control already hart, been ousted from Argentina but "La Frcnsn was a bciichhond left here by i-npitalisju," Peron ,sairt )>e was iniet'csted only iu protecting liberties desired by the Argentine people. \V, S. O* S. Has Luncheon [rook. Privies were won by D. Ben Half Moon News Miss Helen Cummins?; of Dell spent the weekend here as guest of FOR DRESS-UP Miss Ola Kay Tweecile. Miss Carolyn Hill of Bernie, Mn., was a "iiest of her aunt, Mrs. Elgin IJixnri and Mr. Dixrm the past week. Mr. anti Mrs. Arthur pemcr of Dell were Sunday suc.sto of Miami Mrs. R. L.. Haivkin.i. Mr, and Mrs. M. C. Buck are. in Corpus Cliristi. Tex., \vlicrc nicy ai-conipanieti their grandsons, i,arry and Kiuncy Leslier, who had spent the past, two.months liere. Mi-.s. Fred Ciacio, who had been visiting her son. Junior initram and Mrs. 'Inyram has jeturned to hci home in SI. Louis. Mrs. B. F. Gay ami Mrs. C. W. Garrison spent Tuesday in Memphis. Several residents of Ihi? cnmmun- liv were in Blytiieville Tuesday niulit to altcnd the bridal shower i honoring Mrs. James L. Branscum. former Miss Edna Peoples. Tile W omens Society of Christian Service met oir Thursday with n luncheon followed by their business meeting, The bullet slyle luncheon wns held at Ihc Methodist Church with Mrs. Hush Tistadt, Mrs. R. M. Tidwell and Mrs. Port Randolph as hostesses. The business session was held in Parlor A 'and Mrs. J. P. Peterson was named hostess for the next meeting. Supper {Hub Meels Dr. and Mrs. D. D. Pinion were hosts Friday evonlm; at their home I on Kast Gth to die Supper Club A steak supper was server! to the guests followed by several Dairies of lolly, high, Mrs. P. H. Bloincyer, ligh, Mrs. W. L, Cantrell. Sr, low, and John Sawyer, Sr.. low. Mrs, F. H. IMomeyoT scrv'cd at (he punch bowl. The group will meet next with Mrs. W. L. Cantrell, Sr. CaltUvell-nuiiRherly Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Caldwcll are announcing the marriage o[ their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. too>; Wayne H. Cnldwell, which March 23, 1951 at the Hoss Avenue Baptist Church in Hated from Norlli Dallas Hlnh School and attended Southern Methodist University where .she pledged Alpha Delia Pi Sorority. The Rroom is the son of Mr. anrl Mrs. Amzy J. Caldwrll of this city and was graduated from Hip local high school is now a .student at Southern Methodist University where he Is n member of (lie Lamba Chi Alpha Fraternity. The Rev. Homer B. Reynolds ct.n- nuclcd the ceremony and music was! ij-ovldcd by Royal Jennings, organ- Lst, acid. Miss Lola Ruth Marshall, soloist. The bride, Riven in mnriia^e by her father, wore a ballejinn-lenstii gown ol white Impelled m-RAndy designed with a filled bodice and Dallas, Texas. The bride is the former Bells Ruth Dougherty, daughter of Mr. i and Mr.s. " ' "' attended as » guest. wer« won by Mrs. Amy Nell laForxe, high, .and Mrs. Jewel Dowel, liridso. C.,lli.>llr. Girls Uriilsr Clllli MJ-.S. Elaine Tillman was hostess Monday aftenwnn to Ihc Catholic Qlrls Bridge were present, Club. Three guests Mrs. lx?tha Haydca, a deep [leplitm with a deep border deslgtx of dalsic.s. liriilgo. Cluli MIT is Mary C. Collins enlertained Robeit B, Dougherty of \ Monday nvenlnu for her two-lable Mr.s. Irene McCallister and Mrs. .luliiv Cooperman. Pii?.es were to Mrs. McCallister and Mrs. Hetty Neeley. J*rj-son;ils Bishop Ivan U-o Holt of fil. L.ouls is a guest, o( the Rev. and Mrs, Floyd V r . Brower, The Rev. Mr, Brower accompanied Bishop Holt to Memphis. Bishop Holt is wilh the Melhodist Missouri Conference Dr. and Mrs. D. D, Pinion were In Memphis Tuesday on a business trip. Gold valued at more than JtiOi.- 1100.000 was mined in the Atricnn Civil Defense Unit- Set Up in Luxora ilpiiibr-rs nt civil! anti religious Hi'oup.s iti I.uxora have organised a Civil Defense Council and nlecwri Mrs. Charlp.s Frn/lcr a.s rlnuntiiin. 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