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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, July 1, 1949
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K.YTHEVnLM! (ARK.) COUHIT5W NEWS FRIDAY, JTJT.T I, 1S4I Soctefo AlewA •«h* SftJilM, Sodrty Editor / Ph*n« 44«1 Blytheville Man Claims Bride In Senatobia Church Ceremony Th« Methodtol Church in 8«ii»to4>i», Miss., »»s Hit teltlng y«l«cuy • rtemoon at * o'clock, whtn MiH Jane Sh«ddan, duuijhter of Mr. and Mrs. William A. Sheddan of JS«natobla, b«c*mc the bride of George QrlndelJ Hubb«rd, »on at Mr. «nd Mr«. George Claines Hubbard of Blyttiewlie, In a wedding of wide interest in the Trl-SbUe.v Th« ceremony w»i read by the* R«r. John if. McCiy, pastor. In the presence or a large number or guests, wWch included many Irom out of town. An «rch draped In Southern dmlax formed the background at the altar with fine branched candelabra holding white Uper« entwlnnea with fern balls completing the decorations. A program or nuptial music was presented by Miss Elsie Varner of Senatobia, organist and Miss Llbba Piumin of Brownsville, Tenn., vocalist. Mlw Pittraan'i selections were "Because" •Mid "O perfect Live." Miss V>rner'« aelections included the bridal chorus from Lohengrin a.% the processional and the recessional and Mendelssohns "Wedding March." The bride, given In marriage by her Mther. ware a gown or white imported French organdy fashioned with a fitted bodice and peter pan collar. He fingertip veil of French imported illusion, fell frcm a Queen Mary of Scots headdress of white rosebuda and baby breath. She carried a colonial bouquet of white nweetheart roses and blue bridal b«by breath from which fell showers of white satin streamers. MlM Euon Maid at Honor Mia puddle Eison of Tupelo was maid of honor and bridesmaids wer« Mrs. Fred C. Jepsen of Sledge, covwin o? the bride, Miss Joyce Roseborough, Miss Gloria Danridge, Miss Eone Veazey and Mrs. Brinkley Morton, another cousin or the Vide, all of Senatobia. They wore identical dresses of •white Imported French organdy over yellow taffet* with ushes of yellow taffeta. Their halon were of daisies and they carried white gaskets of daisies tied with yellow ribbon. Mr. Hubbara was attended by hU rather as best man and ushers were Wallace Hoke, brother-in-law of the (room, Jack chamWin, Robert McHan«y and Johnny White, all of BlytherUle and Joe Mlchie of Steele, Mo. Mrs. Sheddan, mother of the bride, wore a blue chiffon dress with matching hat and Mrs. Hubb»rd. mother of the groom, chose a (recn lace with grey accesaorie*. Each pinned an orchid at their shoulder. Immediately following the ceremony a reception was held «t the home of the bride. Approximately 100 gu«t< attended. The bridal table wai overlaid e, with a white lace clolh and centered with a green wedding cake topped with white wedding bells and encircled with lilies of the Yalley. Arranged on the lawn of the home were refreshment tables where gladioli frozen in Ice were arranged about the punch bowls, also embedded in crystal clear ice, from which green punch was served throughout the reception. After the reception, the couple left on a wedding trip to Macltlnac Island,, Mich., and Chicane, III., and after July 15 will be at home In Blytheville where he is In business. The bride wort {or travelling a toaat silk shantung dress with ava- codo accessories. Her frock was complimented with a green orchid corsage. BlylheTille Residents Attend Those from Blytheville who attended were Mrs. Baker Wilson and daughte Mr. and Jane, Prank Nicholson, Mrs. . Albert. Taylor and Afternoon Party Given By Mrs. Hugh Whitsitt Mr*. Hugh WhIUiU entertained with an Intormal afternoon party yesterday a, her home honoring her sister-in-law, Mrs. C. C. Piir- nell of Piragould, and Mr«. Joe Utzelfelner of Phoenix, Ariz., wno Is the guest of her mother. Mrs. S. p. Martin. Approximately 90 guests attended the affair which was hrl* at her home at 1031 Walnut between the hours or 3 and 5:30. The refreshment table was covered with a cloth nf whit* cut work and centered with a low bowi filled with dubonnet aster.", and white carnations. Adding to the attractiveness of the decoration; on the table were the assorted party foods. Arranged throughout the entertaining rooms of the home were crystal anci China vases filled with yellow snapdragons and white glad loll. Those who assisted Mrs. WhitAit in serving were Mrs. hPilllp Robinson, Mrs. Freeman Robinson Mrs Jack Flnley Robinson, Mr*. C. E Crigger. Jr., Mis. Eric Whltley, Mrs J. W- Adams, Jr., Mrs. R. E. Blay lock, Sr, Mrs. Bernard Qooch anc Mrs, Roy Nelson. Out-of-town guests who attended were Mrs. Joe Wataon of Chula Vista, Calif,, Mrs. Clifford Jo.vnet Jr.. of Union City, Tenn., and Mrs W. T. Boyfl of California. Mrs. Goforth Is Hostess To Rook Club and Guest Mrs. T, W. Goforth WM hoM yesterday when she entertained the Thursday Rook Club togethe with one guest, Mrs. Don Allen a her home »t 215 Cherry. Mrs. Dale Horn received hlg] score in the games played witl Mrs. George Sallba Jr. receivin second high and Mrt. Oofouh rooko. Mixed summer bouquets wei used to decorate the home. Refreshments were served by the hostess. • • • Mrs. Ford Enterlams Bunco Club and Guest Mrs. Max Graham was guest yesterday when Mra. Eddie Ford entertained the Avalon Bunco Ciub at her home. Arranged throughout the entertaining rooms of the home were bouquets of gladioli in various shades. During the afternoon games. high score went to Mrs. Gene Ellis with Mrs. Eddie Ford receiving low score and Mrs. Bill.Giibow, btinc'o. . Alter the games, the hostess served a salad course with iced drints. Mrt. Moxw»» Hottest To Methodist W.S.C.S. Th« Women's Society of Christian Service of the OosneH Methodist Church met yesterday at the home of Mrs. R. D. Maxwell for a social meeting. There were nine members and two visitors, Mrs. Charlie Cain and Mrs. Michael West, present. Bits of News Life of Italian White Collar Worker's Family Is One of Hard Work and Few Luxuries daughter, Leah Marcile, Dlclc While. Mrs. Dick While, Mr. and Mrs. Bill .lontz and Murray Smart Jr.. MH. Walter Heard and Mrs. Henry Davis of Newport also attended. Mr. and Mrs. Williamson Roseborough entertained with the re- herMl dinner Wednesday evening In their home. Forty three g«esU attended. The bridal table was centered with a Urge paper picluve hat tilled with mixed flowers of pinlc and white to carry out the color scheme. Favors Jor live ladies were mlnature hats with the men being presented a mlnature top hat. The smaller tables were centered with bouquets of pink dairies and pink and T.-hile buby breath. At Ilie Hosoitals «Whi?We Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. S. T. St. Oliir, Osceola. Wile GUs.wm. r.Uy. Wall] Hospital Dismissed: James Osrman, Steele, Mo. Orville PiuiLi, Rt. 3. city. C. I,. Wheeler, Luxora. Janet Henderson, Manila. During the afternoon, games were played and prizes won by Mrs. lis- ter Reams, Mrs. Maxwell and Mrs. Charles Bright. Following the games, the hostess served refreshments of a cold plate with iced drlnlu. Mra. Gertrude B. Hollman left oday to spend the Fourth week- nd 1n Winona. Miss. Dr. J. A. Saliha will have as us guests for the week-end his luighter and son. Miss Alice Sa- iba, of Little Roclc. and Albert Sallba o( St. Louis. Another guest, Iso arriving tonight, will be Mrs. M. N. Zuchariah, Baton Roune, who will also visit with Dr. Saliba's daughter. Mrs. George Favatl and Mr. Favatl. O. A. Roush will leave' for Nash- ille, Tenn., tomoi )*' to Join his nji, Otis Roush and Mrs. Housh nd children, Sandra and Rondra nd from there, they will motor lo St. Petersburg. Pla.. to be the guest if their daughter and sister. Mrs. nilllip Dross and Mr. Dross and nmlly Thev plan U> be gone (or .wo * - eeks. Charles CrlKRer III and Harry Farr will arrive tonight from the University of Arkansas, Feyette- vlllc. to spend the weekend here with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. harle* Crlsjjter Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. Russell H. Fair. Mr. and Mrs. James Hill .Jr. will have has their Riitsts over the holiday weekend) Mrs. Jessie J. Moore and Mrs. Molly Mcllwain of Shreveport. La., who will arrive tonight and Mu. Eleanor Davt) Brown of Boston, Mass, who will arrive tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs. Dan McOruder received word yesterday from tlieir K>n, Corporal Frank McG ruder that he had arrived In New Jer sey frcm Germany. He has been h Germany for the past eight months ind at that time was an engineer on a C-54. He wil arrive home the latter part of next week to spend a 52 day furlousli. Mr.v Orady Magee returned this morning from Manila where sh fioent several days as guest ol the Rev. and Mrs. Guy D, Magee. Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Redman, Mr and Mrs. George Lee Ifhd Mis. Bonlta Slankard left this morning for Lake Norfork where they hav taken H cabin for the weekend They will be Joined there by C G. Redman Jr.. who Is a sh'den at Arkansas Tech. Russellvllle who will spend the weekend there Miss Ha/el Linsman has arrive in Frankfort, Germany and wi! ?o lo Munich where she hns ac cepted a position as cost and ac countant with the United Stnte engineers department. She lei Memphis by plane Sunday. Linsman Is the daughter of Mr Zula Linsman ol ll« Willow Strep Mrs. Leonard Johnsoi father, O. N. Hawkins, will leal tomorrow for MorrlUou where the will visit relatives during the week end. Their brother and son. Ton my Hawkins, of Memphis, will motor them to Morrilton. Mrs. C. E. Graves and children are vacationing in Pine Bluff. Leaving this n-ornlng to spend two weeks vacation at Camp Rio Vista in Hardy. Ark., were Misses Betty Nell Holland, Clay Oarrlgan. Ramona Crafton. Mary Frances Gaines. Ann McLeod, and Mary Sue Oration. Mrs, Nora Spradley will leave tomorrow to spend the weekend in Fredrirktown. Mo. She wilt be. accompanied as far aj Whitewater. Mo., by her slater, Mrs. Herman Waipole. Mr. and Mrs. .'. Cecil Lowe and sons. Jerry and Jimmy returned night from a three weeks vacation. They spent five Nf.A. 8<aff (.'orropcndent B; ROSETTE HAROROVK ROME —UP)— Guldo Varrlale Is one of the few Italian little people who understand what the Marshall Plan It all about. He learned by reading an American magazine translated Into Italian, Unlike many of Ins fellows, he can tell KRP from UNIIRA, CAUF,, and other U. S. relief organizations. Ouldo. <!, works for the State Railways and gets the Rood average salary of $80 a month at current exchange. With his wife, Isabella, 39, and their sons, enalo, 13, and Bruno, six, he has i aparlment In a building owned y the Railways, for which he pays e "absurdly low rental" of $20 year. '•If ft weren't for thai, we lould starve," she says. By the time the Varrialcs have aid rent, food, insurance, gas and ectricity. they have V? a inrinlh :ft for clothing and Incidentals. Food stratum the budget har t costs $2 a day for spaghetti. ce, eggs, vegetables, cheese and rult. Once or twice a week K.lisa- a buys A half pound of p cut of meat, to dress up the paifhettt. "With meat and butter trosliiiR bout 1120 a kilo iss cent.s xnmd), we cannot afford either xcept at Easier. Christmas, and layhe for a birthdny. Chicken osts twice as much, aljout $2.50 Ho, and we havrn't had one >n our years." she says. Guldo Is methodical. Fie ha? irepared a projection of his burifiet howlng what the family can ox- wct from now until 1952. He fel le must do trial "to avoid dis- greeable surprises." It shows tha he suit of clothes he Is wearing 'ill be paid for in 1950. He I: tcky to have it, because the Rnil ways have a cooperative when clothing is sold at wholesale price: on Instalments. 'Ellsttbctta hasn't had a new dress in four years." he said. "Sh Ui pel by with making ovc her own clothes as much n.s possi ble." The reasfln you spe nine aundry hanging around." adde ElisabeUa. "Is because T do til family washing every second da; We don't have enough for any body in the family lo lasl Ihroug the week." The Varrialcs are fond nf nil sic. but can't afford concerts operas. They go to the movies four times a year. Their principal recreation is visiting museums on free days, entertaining friends occasionally for coffee. Onre in a while they grt extntvasanl and each buys a pt\cV of the cheapest native cigarettes. Young Bruno goes to . a free state school, but the Varrialris ROMAN WHITE-COLLAR WOKKKKS—Like the Salvaior* Nlcolojo family—eat frugally. This meal consists »f spaghetti, with some cheea«, brtarf and wine. NIcoEosti is a streetcar Inspector. to Papa. "H'r" Approach Seldom Worki Though her attitude may be logical »nd even commendable, it doesn't work unless .she Is married to an exceptional man, one who is content to be jxist a 50-50 partner and not head man. So she spends the fUvst few years o( marriage vainly liylng lo put her Ideas across by "intelligent discussion"—only to find thai a husband Is a person who thinks "Intelligent discussion" is nagging, when It takes place at home. Or she openly demands her rights and has a fight on her hands. Afler a few years of such wasteful effort. If she's lucky, she stumbles on some less high-minded but more typically feminine way of managing her husband—such as planting the seed of an Idea in his mind so gently lhat he soon comes to think it was his own idea, adroitly dodging making an Issue of a difference of opinion, choosing just the right moment for broaching a subject that tsti't going to be pleasant, and so on. A woman usually Isn't nuite so high-minded about how rtegraditiK it Is to use feminine wiles on a man — once she discovers how peaceful a marriage can be when sht uses her feminine wiles intelligently. uneven; weights 230 Ibs down strong to 25 cents higher; advance most lost late; heavier weights steady to 25 lower; sows 450 )bs down weak to 50 lower; heavier weight! 50 cents to 1.25 lower; bulk good and choice 180-230 Ibs 21.50-75; top 21,75; few later 21.25; 240-300 Ibs 20.00-21.00 mostly; 140-110 Ibs 19,75-21.00; few 21.25; 100-130 Ibs 17.75-19.75; good sows 400 Ibs down 15.75-17.25; heavier welgths 11.5015.25; most slags 10.00-12.50; lew early to 13.00. Cattle 600; calve* 600; odd lot.i sleer and hellers medium and good lesh 21.00-26.00; culler and com- non 15.00-19.CO; common and med- mn cows 15.50-17.00; medium , ;ood 17.50-18.00; canners and cu ers 11.00-15.00. crimp enough fo sprnd $5 a month send flcnato to a technical chool where he is studying to 3ccome R mechanical engineer. They are very proud of their hree-room-and-balh aparlmcnt. which KlisabetU keeps scr>:»u- ously clean without any of those abor-savlng gadgets even the poor American hou.sewlvcs lake fol rrantcd. They point out that their furnl- :ure, bought when they were married, now would cost more than million lire, which Is around J1700. "Today." she explained, "young people in nur position, getting married, have to live with parents —partly because of the housing shortage, bul also because many could not raise enough money to furnish even a single room." Guldo would like to take on a second Job to relieve the strain, but he can'l get one because he lacks training In the things that are needed. There are, he says, too many office workers as It is The Varrialcs are typical of those ftalianr, who are fts tired of internal conflicts as they are of external wars. Their one desire to \vork and live in peace, wlthou.1 fear of the future. They voted foi the Christian Democratic government because they tear Communism. But at heart, Guido admitted sentimentally he U a monarchist * WE, THE WOMEN * B> Kuth .Millttt NEA Stall Writer Grandma Was More Adept At'Managing' Her Husband Livestock NATION Al July 1—!/!')- STOCKYARDS, III.. -(USDAI—Hogs 6500; Continuous Shows Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Slurls 2:00 8:00 a.m. 12:15 p,in. 4:10 p.m. | LISTEN TO KLCN COOL . . COOL . . COOL | Refrigeration Air Conditioninz Box Olfite Open* 6:45 .Show Starts 1:IHI Opens SunUz.v 1:1)0: Stum 1:15 Cuntinuuu* Shows Sat & Sun. Barsain Night Everj N'ijht Except Saturday No passes hnnorfri nn Sunday • Roxj Theatre A ulfe confessed years of marriage New Liberty N«w* Mr. and Mr*. Gordon Stephenson and daughter, Gloria have returned to their home at Meridian. Miss., after having visited with Mr. Stephenson's brother, Hilton Sheph- etison and Mrs. Stephenson. Mrs. J. M. Aycock was called to Memphis Wednesday because of tht illness of her son, Paul Aycock. She was motored there by Mr. and Mrs, Orvall OMdt. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Long and children of South America arrived Ui be the guests of Mr. IXHIR'S brother. H. E. Long and family and other relatives. Hilton Stcphenson was railed to Mississippi Thursday because of the death of an aunt. Mrs. J. T. SIRlcup *nd children and Mrs. Virgil Brlttnln and daughters, carol and Barbara returned from Texas where they visited with relatives. days in Washington, D.C., and were guests of Mrs. Betty Isaac Thomas, formerly of Blytheville, who took them on a tour of the Capitol, he Senate and House of Representatives. They went to Natural Biidge. Va.. and also Atlantic City where Mr. [.owe attended the Kiwanis International Convention and also visited points of interest New York City. While there they saw the stage pl«y. "CJaod- hye My Fancy." They »l«o toured Canada which included Niagara Falls »nd cmoute home were the diesis nf her brother. J. Norrts Moon. Mrs. Moon and son in Evaiu- vllte, Inrt. Pemiscot Plans Reorganization Cf School Units Pemiscot County's School Board submitted to the Missouri Hoard of Education H plan calling for consolidation of the county's school districts. The plan will call for 10 his-h .school districts and five rural dis- Irlcis. The 10 1iij?h school districts would be made up as follows: III—Holland Consolidalcd DIs- trlcl plus D^iRla. 1 ; No. 39. R2—Hayti Consolidated District plus Carleton. R4--Hnyward Consolidated No. 2. Concord Consolidated No. 4 and rural districts Bush No, 8 and Darnell No. 54. A new piemen tary unit wniild contal of the folio whit; districts: Chute 16, Klnfolks RldRc, Movmrt, 'anady Switch. McCiuty, Collon- ,-ood Point and Flag Lake. that after 10 lie has finally learned how lo "manage" her husband, She needn't feel backward. That's probably just about par, Grandma, ol course, got Die hang of mannping a m;m much more quickly than granddaughter. In" the first place -she wasn't ashamed to manage indirectly and by subtle siiRijcMion. Be.siries which, back in the old days women passed on the art of handling a man from mother to daughter. That was considered part of a girl's education for marriage. But with all our so-called equal rights, the moder-i girl goes into marriage wholly disdainful of such subterfuge as ''managing a man. 1 She figures she is above such Victorian nonsense—that she is going lo be her husband's full partner, and if she wants something she leels justified in demanding she'i: just demand it. There's going to be no nonsense about playing up Last TinK' Today Scuddd Hoo 7 Scudda Hav June Havrr * Lon McAllister Also Shorts BRING YOUR TRACTORS TO US'FOR Major Overhaul and Minor Repairs Work Supervise!" h> 18 Expcr t Inslrwrtors. "No charge (or labor replacement purls at cost." DELTA TRADE SCHOOLS, INC. «:!5 Herrmnrln St. Memphis I'hone 37-0181 Salurdas- Silent Conflict wtth William Boyrt Seria I; "G hosl nf Xorro" No. .'S and Short Continuous Sltitwitig Saturday 11:30-11:30 Sunday & Monday IUD IOLJ MtlUQKIf ABBOTT COSTEUO MAIN mMff&lMD01V'< A UKIVtRSAHNTtRHAriflNAL PICFURE 10 Fnx Movietone News St Short Continuous Showing San l;30-ll:( Lasl Tim* Today The Berkleys of Broadway with Fred A.siair* and Ginger Rogers Pnnnnnunl News *t Short CoiUinuuus Showing Kvtrjdaj Saturday WILD ADVtHTURfl JUNGLE JIM , ,-i*... JOHNNY _ . Seriat: "Batman and Rrtbin" N». S| and Sh.irl :. ( nlinimus Showinj Sat. 12:30-11:3*1 Sunday and Monday ROUIITUYLOR rx2M( J [J AVIIGMONU lOHNHOOUX "THiE BRIEF I'aramminl Nei»> ,* Srltrleit Conl Showing SundiT 1:1S-11:W COMING SOON To The Ritz Theatre THE STRATTON STORK witlll .fune ATlyson and James Si^wart I NEPTUNE'S DAUGHTER with] Ked Skelton, Kslhfir Wllllan EDWARD. MV SON with Sp«netr| Tracr and Deborah Kerr fttad Oourtn Nem Want Ad* Student Pickets Win Their Point In Merger Row MALVF.fiN. Ark.. July 1. Nine teen-aged students got results when they picketed the business establishment of W. W. Wilson, chairman of the Hot Spring County Education Board here yesterday. Wilson resigned; three other Waters of Great about six times as ocean. ATTIC FAN DEMONSTRATION We have installed one of the new Rancher Typ« AUie funs in our office for » demonstration, Easily installed in any home and costs less. No Down Payment Required Convenient Terms. • BE COMFORTABLE • E. C. Robinson Lbr. Co. Phone 551 Blylhevitle, Ark. Joard members voted to rescind ntic.xntion of tlift lx>no School Dis- rict lo the Donaldson District, and equested County Supervisor H, Z noil of Donaldson to resign. The students were from Lnno, vhich is 12 miles southwest of Mal- /ern. Sncll apparently was asked to re- 'ign as a resvill of the annexation dispute. Wilson, blaming a "few di.sgnin- Icd" patrons tor what he said was unfavorable situation, said he resigned because "it .seems that il will be to itic best interests of the county." Saves Va on Soap WASHES WHITER, BRIGHTER! WHITEST HOE POLISH ON EARTH/ IF IT'S GOOD SHOES YOU WANT HERE IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY To Buy "These Good Shoes" at Tremendous Savings! 10 «• 13 N ° W o Shoes Displayed on Racks New Styles, Broken Sizes $5.00 One Week 8" ,o 9" Now 6 95 CHILDREN'S "ODD LOTS" On Table Values to $6.50 $3.45 All Sales Final July 2nd WHl^ All Sales Cash thru July 9th ISHOES No Mail Orders See Tuesday's Courier News For Our Wednesday Special!

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