The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 20, 1949 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, June 20, 1949
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PAGI FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIEK NEWS Amelia SaJibm, Society EdMot Phone 4461 Miss Mary Warth -Wed To George Allen Craig The marriage ol Miss Mary Lou Ise Warth, daughter of Mrs. Dixie Warth of Blytheville, to George Allen Craig of Jcffcrsonville, Ind., is announced today by her mother. The wedding was solemnized June < at Hernando, Miss. The bride was graduated from Blytheville High School and Mr. Craig is H graduate of the Jeffersonville, Ind., school. He is now training at the Naval Air Base it Millington, Tenn. They art making their home nt 1079 Jackson Avenue in Memphis. * • • Dr. and Mrs. Cliamblin Honored by Mrs. Logan Dr. and Mrs. William D. Chamblin Jr., of New York and Philadelphia, who sre being complimented with several Interesting events during their visit here with Dr. Chamblln's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Chamblin Sr., were again honored when Mrs. R. B. Logan Jr. of Charleston, Mo., formerly of Blytheville, entertained last night with a cocktail party. The affair was held at the home of Mrs. Logan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. W. McCutchen at 716 West. Main. ' The reception rooms of the home were atractively decorated with arrangements of mixed summer flowers in soft shades and arranged in various vases ot crystal and China. Dr. and Mrs. Cecil Branson of Denver City, Tex., and Mr. and Mrs. Prank Edrington ol Osceola were the only otlt^jf town guests. Dr. and Mrs. Chamblin will leave for New Orleans, La., where he will be a resident doctor there for three years. Mrs. Chamblin is the former Miss Elizabeth Woodring Schnabel of New York and Philadelphia, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Truman O. Schnabel of Philadelphia. Informal Dance Is Given In Mirror Room'of Hotel Miss Jane Sheddan of Senatobia, Miss., and her finance. George Grin- liell HubbartJ, of Blytheville who will be married June 30 In Senatobia, were complimented Saturday night with an informal dance at the Mirror Room of Hotel Noble. Hoets and hostesses for the affair were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Afflict Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Jack fchamhlin, Mr. »nd Mrs. Rube Carson, Miss Betty Woodson. Robert McHaney »nd Johnnie White. Vases of summer flowers In as- •ortrd colors decorated the Mirror Room, which took on • festive air of - ipring. The table from which uaorted party foods and punch were •erred, wu centered with a low cryaUl bowl filled with arrangement of flowers similar to the others In the room. Miss Sheddan wore for this affair, • navy blue ballerina length frock fashioned with the lace bodice and the full skirt WM of chiffon. Her frock was complemented with a corsage of gardenias, presented to her. Out of town guests who attended Included, Dr. and Mrs. William D. Morse or Silver Springs. Md., Mrs. R. B. Logan Jr., Charleston, Mo., Dr. and Mrs. Cecil Branson, Denver City, Tex., Dr. and Mrs. -William D. Chamblin Jr., New Orleans, La., Mr. and Mrs. Harris Hunt, Earle, Ark,, Miss Harriet Hunt, Holly Grove, Ark., Don Chamblin, Blytheville, Miss Ann Galloway, Pay- etteville, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Halnes of Blytheville. Read Courier News Want Ads. RECENTLY MARRIE1>—Mr. and Mrs. William L. Erode are shown following their wedding Monday, June 6. Mrs. Erode is the former Miss Waurene Hawkins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Lois Hawkins. He is the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Drodc of Baltimore. Md. The double ring ceremony was solemnized nt the home of the bride's parents with Oscar L. Hays of the church of Christ officiating. Cotillion Club, Guests Entertained at Dance Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Huffman, Mr. and Mrs. Riley Jones of Manila, Mr. and Mrs. Freeman Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Henderson and Mr. and Mrs. Willinm Lawshe were hosts and hostesses Saturday night when they entertained the Cotillion Club members and guests with an informal dance at the Legion Hut. Decorations throughout the ballroom and reception room were of summer flowers In assorted colors, 'file table from which supper was served at midnight, wns centered with a bowl of flowers which included daisies and while gladioli arranged in a fan shape. Guests who attended were Dr. and Mrs. William D. Chnmblin of New Orleans", La.. Dr. Hall of Memphis. Mrs. R. B. Logan Jr., Charleston, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Fleeman. Mr. and Mrs. Bilbow Osborne, of Manna, Mr. and Mrs. Dixie Crawford, Joncsboro, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hoyt. Lcachville, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Stacy, Dell, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lowe, Manila. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Geary, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Walsh, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert D. Hammock, Jr.. Mr. anrl Mrs. Ben M. White, Mr. and Mrs. Mclvin Halsell, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fleeman, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Whitworth, Mrs. Joe Watson, San Diego. Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Fcndicr, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Luttrcll, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Old, Mr. and Mrs. Har-; ry Kirby, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Horner, Mr. and Mis. I. R. Colenran and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Becker. O.E.S. to Meet Tonight Mrs. Victor Stilwell, worthy matron of the Order of the Eastern Star of Blytheville, announced today that there will be a called meeting at the Masonic Hall at 8 o'clock lonighl for the Initiation service. The insect, the chigger, Is only 1/100th of an Inch long. For Hoi Summer Days, We Suggest FOR TUNE'S! Coming Events « Social Calendar Monday The Y. W. A. or the First Baptist church »'tll meet in the home of Mrs. Russell Baugh, at 7 pjn. Subdistriet Council Meeting of Ihe First Methodist Church to be held at Gosnell nt 7:30 p.m. Tuesday The B. W. C. ol the Calvnry Baptist Church will meet at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. J. D. Widner. 700 E. Cherry. Tlie Maple Grove Cemetery Association will meet nt the home of Mrs. John Walker at 2:30 p.m. The American Legion Auxiliary will have their regular meeting at the Hut at 8 p.m. with the girls who attended Girls State find their mothers as special guests. The B. W. C. of the nrst Baptist Church will meet at 7:30 p.m. at the home of Dr. Edna iN'ies. Mrs. H. G. Partlow will be hostess to Club Eight. The L.E.W. Club will meet at thr home of Mrs. Glenn Harrington. La Petite Club will be entertained at the home .of Mrs. J. F. Montandon. Wed n esday The Junior a. A.'s of the First Baptist Church will meet In the home of Miss Martha Jane Bartholomew. Thursday The 20th Century Club will be entertained at a dance at the Legion Hut .at 8:30 p.m. Hosts .and bos tesscs are Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hale. Dr. and Mrs. P. B. Utley. Mr. and Mrs. Ruriy Vrslta. Dr. and Mrs. Newel Jerome and Mr. and Mis. Coleman Stevens. Mrs. G. a. Bittner will entertain the Thursday Luncheon Club. Mrs. Russell Wert will be hostess to the Blytheville Rook Club The Avalon Bunco Club will meet Bits of News Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Conway left this morning for Santa Monica, CalH., where they will spend a six weeks vacation. Dr. Alfred Vise, rabbi of Temple .Israel In Blytheville returned yesterday from Little Rock where he attended the board meeting of the Arkansas Jewish Assembly, which was helrt In the vestry of the Little Rock Temple. Miss Frances Shoiise, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W, Shouse, left yesterday for Brainerd, Minn., to attend the nth national Mortar Board Convention which Is being held at Breezy Point Lodge. She Is a delegate of the Mortar Board of the University of Arkansas, of which she Is president. Mr J. R. Scott and children. Nornin. Linda and Jim arrived from Memphis today to spend a week here with her mother, Mrs. Alice Simmons nnd with Mr. Scott's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Scott. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Davis are spending (heir vacation at The Greenbrier at White Sulphur Springs, W. Va. Miss Evelyn Hill of Luxor*, attained first place on Ihe honor roll at Blue Mountain College. B!ve Mountain. Miss., far (lie second semester of the 19-18-49 l<rm. Miss Emadel Sweareneen re:iir:l- ed yesterday from Faye:ser-!Ie where she spent two ive-ek-s ss guest of her brother. Herbert X., Sweareneen, Jr.. and Mrs- S5rw.rfr.-J MONDAY, JUNE 20, 194» Bottle and Vase Collectors Nearer Top in Long List of American Hobbies Memphis yesterday :o ici.v.":pLr^ i her home. ] Paul W. Johnson ir,3 <oc.?.. K.-.i- 1 ger and Wayne c' St. !-c<.~:5. W.-v,,.[ returned to their h>^* i^"-^ >itr- : | Ing spent a wwt hers v-.i.h 'M<. ! mother and brothers.. W. X. Go;.;- ,| era; li.=tc Ar.-,«rsri really reconverv- rlch and B;l!r s.-.i-=i';2 Ttur vv-t. | M vtj .it b.-ifcr habits. The tirst accompanied hc:r>f bT Mr joi 1-^rs ;| suri'i:? ;-? ^j.-,^^f^ since 19^1. just Goodrich u-ho •s^JS t<t ii-dr n>«tij •itaaeaKt-.s i-> ihe American Hobbv for a week -| tt-s-s-irjx.. £,:-< thai, o( the top Jimmie Hi—« --••.-,~:~IK rinmi: i id '>i:ihJu<s., <sn;- sre new to the yesterday !rc— ?:STSS.I OUT •»• SHELF of • Wheellnr, \V. Va., collector Includes this fivt-!.-.M-h>ih jUss \i« which dwarfs little I.inda Wrlfht. It is more, vh»n 1« years old and li worth well aver flO.OM. R? XEA Service YORK — uNEAJ — During s-r and reconversion, he spent ?. and Mr. ; . Dirt S^LTCI; Ur. L.TIL T£rK Stone resume if. S3T-Jhfr;ll!; v'ich him and ?-^ rr:rz;L.iT ; 5:ir i. '•JFiit as gu«l cl bs.- TiiirtBits. J.£r miB Mrs. J. J. Htrpra Mr. ar:d itrt T^vnnd rH^nr. urt: the parer.u -,'. L s: , n ^I.TTT. y!>:i».!r.- day at The B^yLrjiTiflr HnKnina Tm couple's faw :i-.aS. '.Sir- .Imp iiran named Stcp>iEjj ZTvfnnc O::HT; 7.1TF.. I>ean ii Lb« 'nrmcr JJi-t. Tltnu ^Vhitv^(^r,h. Mrs. L^nnLri PhillipF mii; xnn, Chuck le-i yewrc-riEv Inr S-_ Xnute. Mo., to :"'r'iri M- Phillip?. v. r hf,' !i? employed :TT iiit PiiOle; 1 Ics Creani Company lii^r:;. at the bc.=j; 3; Jtn, am Bilm™. 'C;:);i:'.:^;nc Kirrrs remains num- h!!; uTit: . k >^i ir.r :tinner-up, col- a^iLhic . l .Trifxi:'jLn classy-are, is a nfv.".:inif:: Ttir-i f.r.d fourth posi- ximL' ins: r; ; ;..- fc:-ib:es that Jutt uriuihnci -U.-I-- ia.1, ^w>dworking and to Ihe The at the R. I* «;H!i i,.m vni: Mr^. C. c- r*:>v-cv vil] th= C 3 C ~;-.;i i.; hii- Civic :00 pjn. Lion anls Chii>. H'- P.OIZ.-J .-tlicy visi7.E£ »-:C- Mr. Clark's father, r P C-i. nir_-t i.r.i c.iier relatives. i Mia.'ij; ?.->se!l ana Mrs. '.3so'"lis 5-vL; i 5 5i:f^i^d a family rej'lnimi: «: Lri; ires? c! their parents. IJNli. ,tiiu- It-. Tii^ird T. Russell of |Ulnin;j!uij: M:... rr,nr,fr!y of Blythe- viltL "-•».T:nr:iiT O'-hrr out of tou-n 5!ll»3t; v,'!::-! It- i^o ilrj. R oy Rus; sail. T.'-r. i^ii ilrt H. W. Russell iniri r:lili±-Bz. t".: of Alma., 111.. ah nn; 1'tri. ,"r,i^ H=ire. Horners: vllic V«!,,. li:. ir.d \!rs. Oscar :5iu:ru^ ali:T;;T-*ir.. ?.CD_ tna Mr. and Airt riiuu Si.TOx-1 o! Jonesboro. ^Mtt!:ihrpnjijj i£.:i Ccok arrived ta mnln l_-a the :,'aval Academy in .araii!Tr:iS». 11J-. » spend six v/!!!;:rr ii-L-f v--J; hU mother. Mrs. lisriru-a- -.:.:.£ =.-d family. He will i'ji'v! nr. i :-.-:-iM ;o South America u'lSsr': -Tr.-.L'^^r to school in CScto- ViV.T. ?. 1 L.T-rrirj returned home .•/•jir.'jrr.tT f.-rjjj VE-S- Orleans. La., nut .—.\r: Anhur. Tex., where she fir.r-'.'.t »-;:i it^Uves. She «as Eone Iltr TVC "P *rO. 1£: S..-JC Mrs. George Duvall and 'onl-.' ~-ii is their quests ycster- !iiTT. ihi =<v. End Mrs. Herbert H. , - t^i'.". r ^J, =nd family, his mother, ItT! Si.-bi.-a Tallcy and Mr. and K:T .--tsrj Hrjpper and daughter, 3i--.rc.rE R'jth, all ol Evansvllle, :.. !••'.:-• Hopner. i.'ho is a sister :<T K_"? Dyi-M, Is the lormcr Miss *..:.• of Blythevillc. model-making. The survey, which took one year to complete and was made by polling over 22,000 American hobby clubs, showed that only collecting stamps, dolls and coins survived from the 1941 study, other newcomers are collecting autographs and mhmtures, and painting and needlework. Old-established favorites that dropped out through the last eight years are: collections of books, buttons, arrow-head and postcards, and cooking, model trains and the amateur natnrallsis- butterfly and. insect collectors. Biggest jumps were made rjy glass lovers, who usually specialize In things like collecting five foot- tall vases or ruby-colored celery holders, and the wood-workers, who make useful things like toothbrush stands and magazine racks. In 1941, the glass people ranked 15th and the saw-nnd-hammer boys were down in the second 25. State Tribunal Upholds Slayer's Death Sentence LITTLE ROCK. June 30. IJPi — The Arkansas Supreme Court today affirmed the death sentence of Tommy Edwin Black, Litile Rock automobile mechanic convicted of slayinc , North Little RocV Veteran* Hospital nurse. At hi.i trial In Pulaski Circuit Court. Black testified he beat and strangled Betty Jane McCall, X. while they were parked at a lonely spot near Little Ro;k early Sept. 24, 194«. He admitted having sexual intercourse with her but denied that he had raped her. He said she had bit. his hand during an argument. Later that morning. Black drove to Little Rock police headquarters with Miss McCall's body. Production ol canned meat totalled l.OOS million pounds in 1947. most of It being pork products. Hooded Mobs Flog Three More Victims BIRMINGHAM. Ala.. June ». (/p, Thre« new (loggings were added to- d*y lo the growing list of acts by robed and hooded terrorists In this area. They were revealed to newsmen by one ol the victims, a widowed mother of five, She Is Mrs. Irene Burton, M. of Dora, Ala. Two of her daughters. Billie Paye, IB. and Sally, 18, were forced to go with her by the masked band. Both daughters stood beside her on a wooded hillside road as she was struck three times with a rope the nieht of June 3. Two men, both seized by the band at the Burton home, also were flogged. They first were threatened with hanging. A third man was let off because he was a cripple. Dora, H mining hamlet of about 1.000. Is 28 miles northwest of Birmingham, In adjoining Walker County. It is about 20 miles or more from the scenes of other recent beatings and cross burnings In Jefferson (Birmingham). Mrs Burton .together with most of the other victims of the nlaht riders, blames the Ku KUut Klan. She said members of the. band "wore robes with crosses in small circles" and hoods. This description fits Klan regalia. Mrs. Burton said the men accused her of running mi "indecent place." She denied the charse. Chief Deputy Sheriff Herman Treece at Jasper, county scat of Walker, said last night he had heard of the whippings at Dora, but no formal complaint had teen made to his office. He added that no formal investigation had been made. At Rie Hospitals Blvtheville Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. R. I,. McAdoo. Luxora. Mrs. Harriet Sullivan, city. Mrs. Ralph Orlggs, city. Walter Holly, Cooler, Mo. Orvill Montgomery. Caruthersville. Mo. Mrs. Gerald Tribble and baby city. Walla Hospital Dismissed: Stanley Barnes. Veterans Housing Quarters, city. Mrs. Nadlne Crotts, Huffman. Try Black Raspberry Fortune's Flavor of the Month Tops in Malts, Sodas & Sundaes WOODS DRUG STORE 221 West Main Street Chrysler Offers You Over 50 common sense advances that give you more for your money in safely, performance, and comfort. V_X (V/n J'nhte r'n Safely! Blow A tj re and Chrysler'» Safety Rim Wheel holds the tire on. Slop suddenly—Safely Cushion Dash protects ihc child on Ihe f^nt seat. 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