fPAGB FOCX BLYTHEVILLE '(ARK.) COURIER KEWS Phone 4461 Informal Parties Given Honoring Miss Sheddan "Another !n a leriei of Intereit- inf trent* being planned for Miss Jane Sheddan of Senatobla, Miss., and Blythevllle, who is the brlde- ejeet of George Orlndell Hubbard ait Kytheville, waa Riven Tuesday, when Mra. A, L. Sullivan entertained with an Informal tea. •Fifty guesta attended the affair ^Weh WM held at Mrj. Sullivan's home at 307 Eaat Davis between th* hours of 3:30 and t p.m. Those In the receiving line with Mr». Sullivan were the honoree, her mother, Mre. W. A. Sheddan and Mrs. Wallace Hoke. Each wore eenagea of carnations and garden- la* with MiM Sheddan being presented a corsage of white garden- las and yellow rosebuds, complementing her trousseau frock of dark freea chambray. Her accea- abrlea were In white. : The tea table was overlaid with a handmade rut-work cloth and centered with a low silver bowl filled with pink and white double larkspur entermln«led with white stock, pink carnations and blue baby breath. The centerpiece was flanked by tapers burning In silver candelabra. Adding to the at- tractfreneas of the decorations on the table were the tea refreshments *n pastel colors. Arrangements similar to the centerpiece were Officers Are Elected For Alpha Beta Chapter ii Th « A!ph » Bel « Chapter of Era- Won Sigma Alpha met lait night at the home of Miss Butonne Janera »Ub MlM Wily Damon as co-hoet- ess, for their regular business meeting. placed on the cocktail table and throughout the entertaining rooms, with floor baskets of blue hydrangeas completing the decorations of the borne. i TnoM assisting In serving were Mrs. Vemon Thomasson and Mrs. A. L. Webb with Miss Bailie Travis presiding at the stiver punch bowl. £ach were presented corsages of pink and white carnation. li Mre. O. a. Hubbard and Mrs. Wallace Hoke, mother and sister of the bridegroom-elect entertained yesterday with a tea at Mrs. Hubbard's home, 1U1 West Main, complimenting Mua Bheddan. ," Approximately 100 guesta, including the feminine attendants of the wedding party attended. The affair waa held, between the hours of three and six. i, At the door to receive the guests wer* Mn. Hubbard, Mrs. Hoke. wfisa Bheddan and her mother, Mra. w. A. Bhtddan. They wore corsages of gardenias with the honoree being presented an orchid. ; Tra dining table waa covered •1th a white linen cut .work cloth fat held a centerpiece of pink and white mixed summer flower including gladioli, lilie* and carnations. A pin* and white color scheme was carried out In an the decorations of the home with arrangements of Bowers to matching colors In crystal and China vases being used throughout the reception rooms. Adding to the decorations of the home waa the fan shaped arrangement of the gladioli forming the background for the mlnature bride dressed hi the formal wedding gown and centering the buffet. The cen-i terpiece wa» flanked by tapers in crystal holders.' I Those assisting in serving were Mrs. Charles Bitfner, who presided at the punch bowl, Mrs. A. F. Huntley. Mrs. Albert Taylor, Miss Fran- 'ces McHaney, Mrs. Dick White, Mrs. Jack Chamblln. Mrs. Rube 'Carson and Mrs. Henry Davis of .Newport. They were presented shoulder corsages of white carnations. Following the reports from the various officers and commute chair men, officers were elected for the new year. They Include: Miss Butonne Jaggers, president, Miss Lavonne Portlock. vice-president, Ura. H. L. Halsell Jr., recording secretary, Miss Katherlne Thompson, corresponding secrtary. Miss Marjorle Robertson, treasurer, Mlaa Peggy Reid, program chairman and Mr» Ralph Wafler, reporter. Miss Jaggers appointed the following committees: publicity. Miss Billy Damon, Miss Alma Cain and Mrs. Halsell; social. Miss Prance* Jones, and Miss willa Mae Johnson; contact, Miss Thompson and Miss Reid and ways and means, Miss Cain, Mrs. Wafler and Mlu Gyone Erhardt. Refreshments were served by the hostesses after the meeting. The home was decorated with arrangements of hyadrnngcas and roses in crystal vases. • • ' • Mrs. McHaffey Honored At Lagronne Whittle Home Mrs. Murray McHaffey was honored at an informal dinner Tues- Bits of News Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Foster an day night at the home of Mrs. La- gronne Whittle. 1139 Ash, when she entertained the Y, M. B. Club members and one guest, Mrs. Johnnie Lendennie. Dinner was served buffet style from the dining table which waa centered with an attractive arrangement of spring flowers tn soft shades. At one end of the table was the traditional birthday cake decorated in pink and white. Following dinner, bunco games were played with Mrs. Pearl Long winning high score. Mrs. Mary Hicks, low score and Mrs. Bonnie Lendennie, bunco. Mrs. McHaffey was presented - (ift from the club. Need/eworlr Winners ^t District Foir to Enter National Event Winners In the crocheting competition at the Northeast Arkansa* District Fair In Blytheville this year, will be eligible to compete In the national contest, the National Needlecraft Bureau, Inc.. of New York, N. Y., revealed today. This Is the second year that national-contests have been conducted, and 18 winners from each fair are then eligible for final judsiiis and the national grand Prize of *500 and and an all-expense trip to Chicago for three, days. There are IS classifications in the event, including one [or men only. . Miss Sheddan chose for this oc- ;oasion, a floral organdy print of pink and white with white accessories. Among the out of town guests .who attended both Mrs. W. A. Sheddan. Mrs. Brink- ;5ey Morton-. Mrs. Williamson Ros- .borough, Miss Joyce Rosborough : Mlss Gloria Dandrldge. Miss Eone :Veazey, Miss Slice Varner and Miss -Beverly Scott, all of Senatobia, jMiss., Mrs. Fred Jensen of Sledge •Miss., Mrs. A. L. Webb and Miss -_SaIlie Travis of Osceola, Mrs Hen- :ry Davis of Newport. Mrs, Robert .Pierce cf Leachvllle. Mrs. c W Afflick. Jr., of Steele, Mo., and Mre .O. P Barber of Lawrence, Kans. ' Half Moon News ; Miss Delores Mosley and Miss rEdna Peeplcs accompanied a class .in the Dell High School on a tour and other . :to New Orleans, :p<ilnts of interest. : Mrs. John R. Buck was the guest .the past week of her sons. Hnrry *ng H. O. Buck and families. ; Max Wade, who is employed In Memphis, spent the weekend with his family and was accompanied home by hi* brother, Russell Cole- rnan and Mrs. Coleman, who will •visit in Memphis. ;• Mrs. Harold Myward arid daugh- ,t*r, Raydene of Long Beach Calif .and Mr. and Mrs. Hugh D. Jones of Detroit, Mich., arrived to be with >Jrs. Myward's and Mr. Jones' fath- i«r, N. J. Jones, who Is a patient it -Walls Hoapltal In Blytheville. His condition remains serious Coy Tweedle has been 'dismissed -from the Methodist Hospital In .Memphis where he has been a pa- Ltdent and is now at his home. His condition is satisfactory. BACKACHE, LEG PUNS MAY BE DANGER SKN P~°^•JTaaajti'T^'.A-* ?ff ^"* ^*"L^ '£*^ t " t ' i jT •T*.*TS.Tu Mrs. Koonce Is Hostess To Demonstration Club The Dogwood Home Demonstration Club met yesterday afternoon at the Dogwood Clubhouse with Mrs. Max Koonce as hostess. Mrs. Charley Lutes presided at the meeting In the absence of t!r president, Mrs. J. T. Hipp. The de- I son, David left today for a six weelo vacation la points of Interest In the West and also in Canada. They were accompanied by Mrs. Foster's sister, Mrs. Margaret Cre.wweM o Jackson, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Pred M. Copeland and son, Qene of New Madrid, Mo. were (he zuesls of Mr. Copeland's efusln, Mrs. joe K. Waddy and Mr Waddy. Mr. and Mrs. Copeland ant son and Mrs. Waddy spent Tuesday a«ri Wednesday In Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Crecelius are the parents of a son born Sunday at Walls Hospital, The couple's firsl child, he has been named Lloyd Chester Crccelius Jr. Mrs. Crecclius Is the former Miss Margaret Bell of Walnut, MJ.ss. Mr. and Mrs. l*rancts H. whlt- tnker and son. William of Washington .D.C.. formerly of Blytheville. were th? overnight gue.sfs of Dr. and Mrs. I. R. Johnson. Mr. Whit- Uker Is a cotton specialist lor P.ir- elgn Agriculture Relations and recently returned from Europe where he made n special cotton study In all the Western European countries He returns the last of thl! month to continue this work. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bahn and son, Clifford returned to their home In Lancaster, Tex., after having scent several days here FS guests of Mr. Barm's brother, Sergeant Arthur Bahn. Mrs. Bahn and family. Cecil Parks left for Memphis where he will spend a week with hli brothers, Ray and Randolph P»rks and families. He will also visit a week with his uncle, H. R. Duncan and family In Hughes before returning home. Charles Crlgger jr.. Harry C. Farr and Don Chamblin are attending the summer session at the University of Artnnsss, rayettevllle where they were students. They spent several days here with their parents before leaving for Fayetle- vllle. John Bruce Wilson left for Memphis where he will attend Memphis State for the summer session. He will altrnd Arkansas State tn Jonesboro this fall and was former athletic director In the school in Lake City. He spent several days with Ms mother, Mrs. B. B. Wilson before leaving for Memphis. Mrs. WiUon also had as her guests this week, inother son. Lieutenant Dick Wilson of Scott Air Force Ba« in Bellvllle, m., and his guest. Miss Carlene Lawless of St. Loulj, Mo. George Edward Lloyd, son or Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Lloyd, left this morning for Truman, where he will spend a week us guest of his grandmother. Mrs. Elsie Watkins. Pemlscot County Sheriff E. P. Claxton of Caruthersville today returned from a five-day fishing va- THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 1949 IUNIOR WINNERS IN BEAUTY PAGEANT — The six youngsters hown above were winners In the Junior Miss Blythevilte" and "Mr. laycee President of 1075" events st he !D« Beauty Pageant staged last light at Haley Field by the Junior Chamber of Commerce. The new "Junior Miss Blytlieville" is Wanda Pay Bowen (left), daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. Jack Bowen. Second place winner was Marietta Graves (center), daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Graves, and third place winner was Barbara Ann Bahn, daughter of Sgt. and Mrs Arthur G. Bahn. Being pointed at the camera by —Courier Neva Photo* Pageant Co-Chairman Jack Chamb lln Is "Mr. Jaycee Prealdent of 1975' —Richard Shelton, (right) aon Mr. and Mrs. Sanforu Shelton. * young nun In the middle Is William lEuba) Hays, son of Mr. and Mr» Hadley Hays, who wu runner-up Third place winner was Artie ol son ileftl. son of Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Olson. * WE, THE WOMEN * .—- B> Kulh MJUctt HKA Staff Writer 'olygyny May be Answer To Career Girl's Problem •It may be predicted that, if* nwlygyny come to be legally recog- ized in Western society, It will nd its most enthusiastic support- rs among career women." That intriguing prophecy Is made S' Ralph Linton. professor of an- iropology at Yale, in a current ingazine article In ahich lie prc- ents polygyny as a possible solu- on to the increasing surplus of omen in our population. Incident- Hy, polygyny. In case you don't now, is a five-dollar 'word for social custom permitting a man to ave more than one wife. Maybe he's right about career omen being the wives most likely 1 see the advantages In Polvgyny •s certainly true that many career orrjen fm<J It pr^ty difficult try- g to be a one-woman harem As career women, their paid jobs ke a lot of their time, energy and rain work. But in addition, they ave to play the role of domestic ife or home-maker. If they have children they also cation, in Mountain Home, Ark., »h'd r= lC3alnesvilIe, Mo. Cullen DIxon arrived from the University 3f Arkansas, Ffcyettevilte. to spend several days here with IS; parents, Mr. and Mrs. f. T. Dixon. before entering summer school at Arkansas state. Jonesboro. Mr. and Mrs. Dixon also have as their guests, another son, p. T. Dixon Jr.. Mrs. Dixon and children. Dick. rational, 'taken from the book of ^i""* and Frank Ten 7 of'Mem- Acts. WS5 ffUrun KIT H»— «»_ _ PhlS. Mrs. O. W. Dlllahunty has as her guesta. her daughter. Mrs. O. P. Barber and son. Tom of Lawrence, Kas. They plan to be here for several weeks. Mr. Barber will join " later to accompany Diem Acts, was given by Mrs. Max Koonce. who also read a poem In remembrance of Fathers' Day. noil call Kas answered by each member giving a method they use In the control of insects. Mrs. P. S. Parker, treasurer, gave a report on (he proceeds received from the restaurant they sponsored at the C. G Smith horse sale Friday. The meeting was clo'scd by Mrs Lutes, after which refreshments were served by the hostess Hie Hospitals Walls Hospital Dismissed: Miss Sara Mosley. . . Mrs. Frank c. Rcichert and baby . Bragg City, Mo. Frazier. 'liorncrsville, Mrs. Roy Ford and baby. Veterans Housing Quarters, city. George Killlan, Portageville, Mo. Coming Events Sociol Calendar Thunday The Fidellls Class of the First Baptist Church will meet at th« home of Mrs. p»ul Byrum at 7 P.m. for pot luck supper. M rs A l- vln Hardy and Mrs. J. E. McPaJl will be co-hostesses. Friday , T 1 ^ °; B - °- Club win ** ent «- talned at the home of Mrs. i n Smith. BOX SUPPER Tonight 7:30 °n tht Lawn Of The M«H,o<*i*t Church Sponsored by W.S.C.S. For (he Btntfit of Scrwning (ht Church them home Kiwanis Club Inducts Three as New Members Bill Coleman, Bill Tamke and Ted Fisher were Inducted as new members Into the Blytheville Kiwnnis Club at a meeting at the Hotel Noble at noon yesterday. Guests of the Kln-anlanj Included N. P. Bohne. Circuit Judge Zal B. Harrison, capt. William N. Norton. Arthur F. Landstreet of Memphis, Dr. George W. Jackson of Little Rock. T. j. Stovall. and Dr Oscar Koiberg. Informational pamphlets on "It* Fun to Live in America" were distributed to the members and guests Ritz Pictures Showing At Roxy Matinee Except On Saturday & Sunday llnt,l farther notice, the at the Kit» Theater will be ihown in tha attii lima at tha R»IJ Th. RHs la tlMe4 tn tha afttr- "•»• U ftrmlt n !• Inatal] tht new rtfrfftratfoB air condition- in t ijiUm ... an Imprevtmtnt thai wfll aaak* y*«r avmrnr moTl*-|^B, • real pkmnr*. The b»i office at the Klu »» r the will open at 6:J« pra . •e part-time mothers, who take •er the responsibility for the chlltl- n when they get through wo-k nd relieve the baby-sitter who nch-hits for them during the ork day. Musi Still Be Companions Also, they have to be' satisfactory impanions to their husbands, and icy can never forget that they are competition with women who lave more time to devote to being femininely companionable. In short, the modern career woman Is tryl.ig to be all the things lo her husband that Dr. Llr gests plural wives could be. And it's not such a simple job. After a particularly trying [lay at the office a career woman might possibly find some merit in polvgny. With a "domestic wife" at .lome preparing the dinner, keepln" the kids quiet and eager to run for Pappa's slippers and llslen to what a hard day he had—the career wife could go home and relax with R good book. ' BEAUTY REVUE Continued from page I. then In bathing suits. 1948 Winner Is Preienied Following the same procedure »s in the Junior division selections, the Judces picked 10 finalists from ?" !L- the top thr " were chos «i- In addition to the top three winners. the finalists Included Miss Barbara Stewart, Miss Gladys phil- , Leachville ' Bonnie p ( u ' onne Pritchard, MLss Jean Dedman, Miss Betty Nell Holland. Miss Peggy Lou Hipp and Miss Leta Rose Castilo. Miss Jo Ann Shanks, winner of the "Miss Blytheville" title last year, was introduced during the pageant. Judges for the three events were Jerry Foley, vice president of the Memphis Cottoi, carnival and chairman of the judges for the "Miss Arkansas" contest last year; Miss Nancy Donaldson of Memphis, who was Maid of cotton In 18-11 • and Chief of Police John Foster of Blytheville. Chief Foster replaced Phil Hook of Memphis, who was unable to be present. A dance at the Fly-Inn followed the pageant with Thurlow Webb's orchestra providing the music Webb's orchestra also played during the pageant. Obituaries Ncedham J.Jones, Half Moon Planter Dies; Rites Friday Last rites for Needham J Jones a Half Moon planter, will be conducted st 2 p.m. tomorrow at the Cobb Chapel by the Rev. Allen D Stewart, pastor of the First Meth- ociist Church in Blytheville. Mr. Jones, 65. died at the Walls Hospital last night. He suffered a paralytic stroke at his home Sunday, and had been a patient at the hospital since Monday momlne He was born In Tupelo, Miss., but had resided in this vicinity for manv years. J Mr. Jones U survived by his wife Mrs Virgle Jones; four sons, John R., Lelous, Elmo, and Hugh Jones •II of Blytheville; three daughter J Mrs. Laura Shelton and Mrs c D Tomlinson, and Mrs. Eula Mtnyard-' and two sisters, Mrs. Emma Bvrd ^Burial will be at Elmwood Ceme- The pallbearers will include Claud Duncan, Jake Richardson, jack r H'bcf-t nr * Bucki Gr * dy °° ff will Inclur'- T..-* y ™°V. t: _ "onorary FBI Data 'Source' In Soviet Embassy Hinted at Hearing ».»" .5 tryi.ig to oe all the things _ ... to her husband that Dr. Llnton sug- \ rarm Youth Charged With Slaying father Fire Destroys House On West Highway 18 Kre of an undetermined oricin destroyed a six-room Negro home on West Highway 18 near the Bly- thevllle corporation line at 10:30 p. m. yesterday. Fire Chief Roy Head.said that the house, which Wi-s occupied by Eletha IfcNefl and Mary Thompson, was de.stroyed. An Investigation o! the fire U underway, he said. Poll Tax Bill Delayed WASHINGTON. June 9 J,T} -A House administration subcommittee voted 4 to 3 today to defer action on anti-poll tax legislation. The group decided to wait until the House Judiciary committee has time to consider a proposed con- PARAGOULD, Ark., June 9. An 18-year-old farm youth today was charged with first degree murder in the rifle slaying of his father. Deputy Prosecutor Howard Mays snitl the youth, David Monroe Scott, will be given a preliminary hearing in municipal court here Monday. Young Scott is accused of shooting Ills father.w. B. Scott. 50, yesterday following a quarell over use of a farm tractor. Older man died en route to a Paragould hospital. 100 New State Laws Go Into Effect Today LITTLE ROCK, June »—MV- You may not notice much difference, but since last midnight (12:01 a.m. today) you have been affected by approximately 100 new laws All acts of the 19« legislature which did not carry emergency clauses, became effective today, 90 days after adjournment. The one measure going into effect which likely will be noticed stilutlonal amendment allowing the states to decide whether to outlaw poll taxes. HOUSEWIVES A Certified Service Performed in Your Home JUST UK! MEW/ Also FLOORS, LINOLEUMS WASHED, WAXED and POLISHED FILL'S Dura-Clean System B '- vfhev '"« I'hone 3698-4177 The Associated e ssociated Prttt A hint that the FBI ran an In- mbT-svV 11 * 11 "' int ° the Rus "»" embassy was given today to the "*• JUdilh C ° de?"^ H 1 ' 0 ' he ° PCn by ins '"t defense demands bal^'o'n ?" d , detailed *><""n«H. oased on data from nearly a score M H H° n /u dential ln'°"nants,» I, ! f led bv '"T ° f an a PP'i«tion Illed by one Leona Snron for a job on the Soviet Information Bui- i It h lish Bullctin Is pub- e Russian Embassy here ss ere So voluminous were the reports read to the jury that trial observers speculated much of the information must have come from within the embassy itself Read Courtei New» want Ad. by most people I, the two cent reduction , n the cigarette tfx, bu In addition you will vote, drive your S«L*? fP "',°: m numer °^ other normal acts of Hf e unde r news laws from today on. Nebraska Town Hit by Tornado; Three Are Killed BELVIDERB, Neb., June I, 0»v_ Thla Southeastern Nebraska village struggled today t« recover from the effect* of a tornado which killed ">ree and Injured i«ven. The main part of town waa without light*, only one telephone was 'n operation, the water aupply waa hreatened by the power cut-off ind one building was demolished ind several ether, wer* In aham- The tornado struck without ..'arnlng about suppertlme last night Sweeping down the main street of this village of some soo persona. It leveled a cafe and dance . *" d I**'* wrecked a bank, the postofflce, . lumber yard, and , locker plant. The three who were killed were iM In the cafe-dance hall, a two story brick building. They were 11-year-old Orville Belle. Jr., aon of the operator of the cafe Dwayne Kllcald. about 22. Marys-' vllle, Kana., railroad signalman, ind Elmer Polage, 2», Belvidere •ailroad sectlonman The eight Injured were In the "ruck f * hen tne tornado Two tornadoes were also sighted at Hebron, eight miles south o :iere. Neither struck the town Hsel but two farms nearby were dam aged. No one was injured. Senate Okays Woman for TVtasurv fort WASHINGTON. June ». Mv-The Senate today confirmed Mrs. Georgia. Neese Clark of Kansaa aa th* first woman Treasurer »f the United States. The action wu by unanimous consent. She succeeds William A Julian who wa* killed in an auto accident 10 days ago. The Senate suspended its rule* to act speedily on the appointment at Mrs. Clark. The nomination h*£ been approved by the Senate nK nance Committee only shortly before the Senate acted. Industrialists Doomed WARSAW, June »-<#;-A mill- tary tribunal In Wroclaw sentenced three high ranking officials of the coal industry 10 death today. They were convicted of "economic sabotage." *nu CAPUDINE ^ HEADACHE Vocation Bible School Plans for Commencement Commencement exercises for the dally vacation bible school slit-lent- at the First Baptist Church wil' be conducted at 7:25 Friday night with worship service, demonstration or work and the presentation of diplomas scheduled for the nro- gr»m. ^ The school, which started May 30 .'ill close Friday morning with picnics for the various departments The beginners and primary groups will begin their picnic activities at 10:30 a.m. Friday «nd will be dismissed about 11:10, »nd the junior and Intermediate picnic will begin shortly afterward. Each child Is to bring a lunch 'rom home and cold drinks will be furnished by the church. Fred Becker, superintendent of the school, said today that the school had an average attendance of 19* during the first week and 96 during the first three day* of this week, with 26« enrolled. Approximately 200 will participate i the commencement activities Friday night. 4 Red Officers Rout German Mob of 200 BERLIN, June t. (a» ; — r*>ur fist- swinging Russian officers todaj bent back a looting mob of 30 railway strikers who had invaded the American sector headquarters of the Soviet-controlled Berlin railway. Later, on US. military government orders, Western Police guarded the entrance of the five-story building as a result of Soviet Commandant Alexander Kotikov's offl- :!«! complaint against the "hoodlum mob." Meanwhile, rail strikers grimly ticketed tht building, preventing most of the headquarters staff from reporting lor work. "Old at 40,50,60?" — Man, You're Crazy $"w*"£S£&ZlZ°^J t *7S ''' all drug storm evrrywhere— In llle. ,i K lrby Is. Wood. Drug." 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