The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 1, 1949 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, August 1, 1949
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BLYTHEV1LLE (ARK.)' COITRIER NEWS MONDAY, 'AUGUST 1, 1949 New* Amelia Saliba, Society Kdilor Phone 4161 Miss Turk Engaged To Millard C. Edds Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Turk o! Vi, vJan, La., today announce Hie en- i gagement of their daughter. MLss Billle Jean Turk of Blytheville, to j Millard C ' Edds, son of Mr. and ' Mrs. C. E. Edds of Bi.vlheville. '- MLss Turk was graduated from Vivian High School and attended Louisana Polytechnic Institute at Ruston, where she received a Bach. elor of -Aits degree in Music. Miss Turk has been associated with the First Baptist Church of Blythevlte R5 Pnancai and Records Secretary for the past 18 months. Mr. EdcLs was graduated from Blythevllc High School and from the University of Arkansas at Pay- eteville. He is now a senior In the University of Arkansas School of Medicine in Little Rock. Plans for the September wedding will be announced later. • » • Mrs. Evrard Comolimenls Miss Julia Ann Woodson Miss Julia Ann Woodson wa.s the honoree in another interesting party when Mr.s. Joe Ei'rnnl enlevlain- ed Saturday with a dessert bridge at iier home at 1415 \V. Walnut. MLW Woodson ha.s been complimented with a number of parties following the announcement or her engagement to Major Samuel Hudson, Jr. of New Bern, N. C. Each place was marked with a tiny bride*. 1 ; bouquet in n puff of inaline anc* the dining table was centered with a large old fashioned bouquet. Mi-'is Woodson was presented a colonial corsage. Other entertaining rooms were decorated with roses and asters. In the. bridge games, the honoree won high -score prize and WHS also presented a gift by the hostess. Miss Wondson rhnse lor the affair an orchid dress with matching slippers. W. S. Langdon Honored Sunday On 86lh Birthday W. S. Langdon was honored night when his daughter. Mrs, "Welch Foster, entertained at her home celebrating Mr. L-aiigdon'.s 86th birthday. This party mniked the 16th consecutive yenr that Mr. Langdon has been complimented by hus daughter on his birthday. Included in the 4T gueMs were Mr. Langdon's daughter, Mrs. Byron Bartholomew and son. Charles, Mr. and Mrs, Alexander Brown and Jimmy Douglas, all of Memphis. Mrs. Brown Ls Mr. I^angdon's granddaughter. Mrs. Foster served n picnic dinner to lier giie-sUs. Mr. Lnngdon opened his many gifJs alter cutting the birthday cake. Roses decorated the serving table. BEAUTY IN BERLIN - The American occupation in Germany is leaving its mntk. Now the CJeimans are getting the benuly coniesl cnue. Some 20,(JUO IJer- lincrs Hoekcd lo VVannsoe Luke Beach in tlie U. S. sector of the city to see local beaulics, like this one, strut (heir stuff. (Photo by NKA-Acme staff correspondent Charles Chitham.l Bits of News Mostly. Mr. and Mis. N. C. Pallerson ve as Uieir gucsls licr parenls, Mr. and Mrs. D. It. Gainer of Ft. Pierce. FJa., and niece, Joan Combs of Stuart, nil of whom arrived Friday for a 10 days visit. Miss Combs is visiting also, her former school mate and friend, Marian Mayes. Mr. and Mrs. Hichard Prlchard and Mrs. Earlenc alankenship spent the weekend at Hear Creek. Mrs. J. 13. Summers, sister of Mrs. Hugh Hayes. Mrs. c. H. Summers and Mrs. j i> Battles spcnl the weekend with Mis. Ha.ves. The visitors are from Kisco, Mo. Mi', ami Mrs. Chester Cnltlwell end sons, Dan &nd Chester, Jr. are spending several weeks visiting iuLs of interest in Yellowstone Park. Mrs Louis A. Berry Jr., (he former Miss Frances Wade, arrived home Saturday from a Memphis Hospital where she lias b«eii a polio victim since June H. Mrs. Berry, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Wade, will be unable to have visitors for several days. Miss Barbara CuUison and her aunt, Mrs, J. F. Lent! have returned home after having spent their summer vacation in points of Interest n Washington. New York and Can- ! ada. They were gone for to days. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Gee are spending several days In St. Louis, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Dennic Fowler and family have moved train their home at 609 South Franklin and are now residing at 229 East Dougan Cary Mii.son, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Mason, was dismissed from Blytheville Hospital Saturday where lie underwent an appendectomy last week. His condition is improved and he is now at his home at 310 West Walnut. Condition of Mrs. E. A. Goodrich. who underwent an operation at the Daytime Welder Becometh Fancy Iceman at Nighttime JOHN KIUCII: He's just cool; Ilic model is free/.m;. Coming Events Social Calendar Monday Wc.sleyan Service Guild will meet at 8 p.m with Mrs, Elberl S. Johnson at 1332 Heanu Miss Maxine Overman will be lion tcss to the First Baptist Y.W.A at 7, fl'. her home. B.V.'C. EiBhl of the First Baptist i Chicka.sawba. Her (laughters' Miss Church will meet with Mrs. W. J. Vera Goodrich and Mis. John Tho- Rodgeis at 7:45 p.m. — Tuesday The Friendship Sunday School Class oi the First Bapli.s, Church Baptist Hospital in Memphis Friday morning, ls improved. She was dismissed from the hospital yesterday Riid is now at her home at 1101 West mas of Knoxville, Tenn., accotnpan- led her home. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Still and daughter, Dlanne, left Saturday for Krich's talent with n fhiscl is c;ir\'- ing out ii nice, cool jol' far himself. During Hie hot spells, lie's the envy of all his friends. l>ccause he spends a lot of lime in t!ic ice house. Even when the temperature sizzles up to the high 80s. Krlch has to go to work wearing long underwear, two shirts, wool pjints, overshoes, a fleece-lined jacket and two pairs of gloves. Working for a latp.e ice company, KrU'h curves figures out of Works of ice. They're used to decorate fancy tables for weddings. , parties, conventions and the like. I It's only a .sideline with him. His [ full time (and hottcri job is welding. But after dinner. Ue cools off by reporting to the ice house with his multi-pronged chisels. j With the temperature at a frigic | 24. he chips away at 300-nounc I blocks of ice, fashioning birds and j beasts and even an oct-aaional bath- i ing beauty- i He k'iirned his art while working j as n pastry eotik a do/en years ago | then .swithccd to carving ice Insteac Club home will be of Mrs, At The Hospitals Wills Hospital Dismissed: Miss Melva Jean Duvall, Rt. 1, city. Mrs. TJ. R. Lester. Holland. Mo. Mrs. Walter E. Patrick, Hayti. Mo. Mrs. Fred Perry and baby, city. Mrs. R. Ij. Ashby and baby. city. Jerry Nell Goodrich. Steele. Mo. Edgar Bowers. Burdette. Dillard Ethridge, Steele. Mo. Mrs. Ralph Griggs and baby, will me'-l at the home of'Mrs. Joe j a 10 days vacation. 'Hiey will visit Freeman, 20M Chiekasawba, at 7:30 j their son and brother, Eugene, Jr., ' at Camp St. John in Dehifield, Wise., and return by way of Plymouth. N. C., 10 .see friends. They formerly made their home in Plymouth. Miss Virginia Swearengen left, yesterday for Rector where she and MI.SS Mary Jo purceil will Icuve on a ten-day motor trip Lo points o; interest in the Carolina.*, Virginia and the Smokies and Port Walton, Fla. Miss Mary Stacy Collins of Mem| phis i.s guest of Mr. and Mrs. I p.m. TrI-Town Brldse entertained at the 1 Gene Tealord. j Mrs R. c. Allen will be hasie.v; to Club EiPht. Wrdllesda r The Junior G.A.'s of the First Baptist Church will meet at the home of Patsy Fisher. 525 Park, at 2:30 p.m. Thursday Blytheville Rook Club will meet at home of Mr.s. Roy Head. * WE, THE WOMEN * By Kulh Millctt, NKA Slaff Writer Labor-Saving Devices Cut Work, Don't Add Glamor Hear Ye! Government Overloaded With Money—Just 113 Years Ago Bj Alrnndw B. Ge*r(« WASHINGTON—O n c e upon > Ime—113 years »KO—the federal government had ~<ure money than t needed. Money was "tight" tn he comnwrclaj world- ao CongreM authorized the Treasury Depart- nent to deposit surplus funds with ne states 'reserving $5.000,000) be- iirmlng Jan. 1, 1M7. A total nf $28.101,64491 was lent to 26 states None of the 26 states has re- urned any part of that money. ind tile jvernment so far has URde no attempt to collect any :>J t. The Rinounl of money advanced vas based on *ae proportion of epresentatlon ID Congress for more than ' century there have been debates In Congress over the obligation, moral and legal, of the tates to repay the money. Through he years many Derson.s, Including roncressmen and state officials have written the trcisury depart"i"it asking whether'It was loaned or aivi>" The law passed by " ---rss in Ii'ne 23. 1836. "pled«es Hie faith of he stalr.s to nay the said mnnevs '*ri every part 'hereof from time to Urn*- •••henpver 'he same shall •*• nlrpd for the purpose of de- frivlr>i» a ny wants of the public When B business panic hit the iiuifry In 1837. Congress enacted law postponing r-rl>ier denosH.c "f Treasury 'unds with the states T hls law .Ided. however thai t.he "three first installments of money advanced to the states remain on denosll with them unless otherwise directed by /""ingress '* Congress has never directed re- course, he is lucky enough to be married to a woman who doesn't regard housework beneath her. who takes pritie in her job as homemaker and who Instills In her children a feeling of satisfaction In doing their part to keep their home a liveable, attractive place. It's Just as easy to fight over who is going to start the electric dishwasher as who Is going to wash and who is going to dry if all housework Is a hated, degrading chore. Labor-saving gadgets can lighten housework. But you can't count on them to glorify It. turn of the deposits and the Trea- srry cannot collect them until so directed, officials say. However, the »w clearly Indicates that Congress h4« the newer to compel repayment. Back In the 1870s Democratic Senator Roscoe Conklin- o f New York said the deposits with the states could be construed as call loans which over the years had become In effect gifts to the states because they had not been called During the Spanisl - American War It was reported that the government was considering demands for repayment by the states to help finance the "ar No action was taken, however. In 1922 Rep William Andrews 'R-Nebrt Introduced n resolution 'n the House calling for the states to repay 'he money and for upe of It to 'Inance a fedcml bonus for Wnrld War I veterans His men. c ure would have reonlrr-d the states to pay A per cent Uiterr-st He fteured that Ve.w York, whlr.h received MIH4520IMK would nav back sn.825 (KKUMi and Perm, svlvania woiiH ^ontrtH»-he 519.735 000<M1 on V?.R67.SM(M> Andrews measure and other pronasals foi collection of the loans received ant sunr t In Congress. Nfark Graves. t'e',v York state Hffpt 'Hrrftnr. tn P 7 " wrote Sec- reljirv ^tf the Treasury Orrleo M' 1 !' <;iicii/n;fin<> flnncress take action rr forcivc the indebtedness of the states He ltd It woi'lrt heln stale- which were hard hit by the de- nression Secretary "His replied that n< didn't think H was a good time Ini Cnneres.' to cancel the repaymen provision of 'he loans Ciravps the? agreed that it inieht be innnnor- tune. So tl'' 1 deposits of 18.17 ran legally still loan. c today but a: long as the Congress doesn't di their rcpavments. they are a good as eifts The Uw carries ni provision for payment of interest Moscow- Plans Party Courses MOSCOW (AP) — "Culture and Life" has announced trie organization of summer schools for the preparation of Communist Party prap- agandist. About 25.000 persons will rake the three month course provided thi-s summer. Read Courier News Want Acts" W.S.CS. will meet at the church at 2:30 n.m. Mrs, Gene Gil i.s will entertain i K P. Fry. Collins plans to be j members of the Avaion Bunco Club, in Blytheville .several clny.s. j Mr.s. Rimer Norman will be has- - Mr. anri Mrs. Joe Evtard went! toss to Thursday Hook Club. ,^-^.to Memphis for the day to consult. Mr. Evrard's specialist. Mr.s. A. C. Hnridle.ston of Brinkley, Ark., is visiting her son. l>roy Huddle.'iLon and Mrs, Huddleston. Miss Catherine Lack wood has returned to her home after a week's stay in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Price, Memphis, were yesterday tor the Steele. Mo. Mrs. John Hicks, Caruthersville, Mo. Jackson Fiisbee. OsccolR. A New Vork wife recently shot , herself after a quarrel i,vith her i husband over who wtnik! do the ; dishes in the electric dishwasher, j The incktcnt is a j reminder that labor-savim-; rievlces i alone can't take the drudgery out l of housework. f If a woman Rets the idea that housework is beneath her dignity, she is going to feel (ike n drudge whether she plutn;es her hands in .soapy dJshwntcr or puts the dfshe.s in a machine nii(| lliek.s a .switch. Not .so Ions n«o I hrard a fnthrr admit ruefully (hat. when he built a new hotnr for his family he thought he had climmaled most or the reasons for bickering among hU children, nnd complaitits about housework from his wife. Remembering: Uiat tliey fought every uiRhl nbout. Ihc dishes, he installed :ui electric dishwasher. Reciilling a !^o that they argued as to turn it was to empty the garbage, he put a unit in the sink to take care of the garbage. To keep bis wife from complaining about, all the dothcs the family got dirty, he installed an automatic washer and drier. Housework SlIII Producer! ('omplatnls "But." said he, ''there's just as much l>ickc'rm«j as ever, and my wife .s i i 1 1 coniplnius about the hmiscM-ork. So I you cati't win." No, a ruati caul win. Unless, of funeral of Private Shelby Cliailc.s Siiook. Ann Mcl.eocl, sister of Mr.s, Price rciiu'iieo to Memphis with thpni to .spend a lew Mays. WATCH For the Grand Opening of GRABER'S Completely Remodeled Store on or About August 15th BACHELOR DAYS NUMBERED-.Timmy Stewart, long known as Hollywood's most-confirmed bachelor, is visited on the movie set by his bride-to-be, Gloria McLean. 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