The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 16, 1946 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, July 16, 1946
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BLYTHJSVIILE (ARK.)" COURIER NEWS ~™ TUESDAY, JULY 16, 1946 Sunbeam Band Entertain WMS Group Yesterday Th«, Sunbeam Band of First Baptist'-Church entertained with a tea yesterday afternoon for members of the'Woman's Missionary Society at the>WMfi Royal Service program meetlng.'at the church. . Occasion for the tea was the 60th anniversary of tlie Sunbeam Group, being observed this week. Refreshments. included the Sim- beam's birthday cake, complete with 60 burning candles, and beverages, The children were assisted by their sponsors, Mrs. Walter Bishop and Mrs! J. T. Westbrook, Mrs. Bishop told WMS member of the group in the R. S. program, when representatives of olhcr church groups also spoke. Miss Doris Adalr, member of the Young Woman's Association, told of that organization; Benny Johnson represented (he Intermediate Royal Association and Nancy Damon spoke of the Girls' Auxiliary. Mrs. Charles Ray Newcomb was in charge of the program, entitled "Missionary Education, A Chris tlan's Imperative." Mrs. Ebb Carson conducted Ihc 1 ' Bible Study and devotional and Mrs. H. H. Brooks, president, opened the session by leading the group In repealing the watchword. The society sang the WMU hymn and Mrs. E. C Brown led In prayer. Mrs. Brooks concluded ths meeting with prayer. • • • B Club Has Party Last Night At Pool Music and moonlight formed the setting last niglit for members of Blytheville High School B Club und their dates when thev had a swimming party at Municipal Pool. • Music was furnished by ttie nick- elodlnn at the pool's edge. During the evening of swimming and dancing, refreshments were served. In addition to the 25 couples was Bill Godwin, club sponsor and high school athletic coach. The B Club Is made up of students who have lettered hi school athletics. Bits of News Mostly Personal Shrine Shine YWA Meeting Is Held C. E. CrUjger. 801 West Walnut. Is spending two weeks in Hot Springs, .-Don Smart, son of Mrs. J. H. Smart Jr., 1517 Walnut, has returned from Union City, Tenn., where he wus the guest of Mr. and Mis. A. T. Clour. Miss Mary Adah Robinson, accompanied by her father. Dr. P. A. Robinson. 1031 Walnut, has no to Hot Springs to lake a course of t baths. Miss Robinson hus been ill [ but her condition Is much improved. Mrs. Charlie Perry of Memphis and Mrs. J. P. Holland and I.MI, Jay, of Oklahoma City, hnv? returned to their homes after having been the guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Field, 808 Hoarn. Mrs. Field has been seriously 111 but her condition is Improved. Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert N. Hill Jr., of New York City arc the quests of his mother, Mrs. R. N. Hill, -111 West Walnut. L. M. Krulit, who has ben ill nt , his home on Highway 01 North for the past several weeks, is um'er- | going an examination at n Memphis Clinic. He was accompanied la Memphis by hsl daughter, Mrs. J. | C. Roach, nnd Mr. Roach. Mrs. James McMullin of Kansas City, Mo., Is here with her daughter, Mrs. B. C. Bailey, nnd imnilv, 1512 Hcnrn. Mr, and Mrs. Prank Ambrose and Mr. nnd Mrs. Enrl Ambrose nml families, nnd Miss Molllc Franklin, nil of Gnthrlc. Okla., arc the yuests this week of Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Ambrose, 700 Ash. The three Ambrose men arc brothers. Mr. nnd Mrs. Tom W. Jackson, 800 West Ash, have returned from Tiptonvlllc and Union City, Ten-:., after visiting friends nnd'relative!: there. Mr. nnd Mrs. Dana Gipson of St. Louis, nnd Robert Shirley of Mount Vernon, III., are Ihc guests this week of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Alford, 100 East Ash. They are en route home from Nashville nnd Columbia, Tenn. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. S. Lemons have Miss Mary Alice McDermott was hostess last night to members of the Young Woman's Association of returned home alter spcndlm* the First Baptist Church. . , ms (. tnreo wce ks in Battle Creek, The 15 members present included' Mich. Mrs. Karris Jenny Janice Marie Woodruff Wed to Monette Man The marriage of Miss Janice Murlc Woodruff of Manila, to Hen Williams Jr., of Monctte and Lake City, was solemnized July 11 at the home of the bride's parentc, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard L. Woodruff. The Rev. p. M. Sweet officiated. The bride wore n dress of sheer white eyelet batiste, fashioned with a lull skirt and fitted basque waist. She wore white accessories and her shoulder corsage was of red rosebuds. Mrs. w. Lawhorn was the bride's miilron of honor, she wore a dress of black and white sheer. Owen Husking of Monctte served Mr. Williams as best man. Following tlw iwcitdlng. a reception -was held In Hie dining room of the Woodruff liome. American Ueauty roses and sweet peas In varied pastel shades formed a set- tins for the wedding party anil other guests. The refreshment table was draped with an ivory lace cloth and centered with n tiered cake encircled with n garland of sweet peas. Mrs. Claude Grain and Mrs. Eddie Asliubranncr presided at the punch bowl. Immediately after the reception, the couple left tor n wedding trip. Mrs. Williams was graduated from Mnnlln High School. 'Ic Is the .son of Mr. and Mr;;. Walter Ho«uo of Monctlc. where he sriulunled from Hii;h School before entering the mined forces tor three years service. Dental Clinic Completed In Osceola Dr. L. Howton's new dentnl clinls in Osceola has been completed (ind equipped. Tiie brown field stone building is locnted near Ills residence, nude of i!ic same type material. H has a large and a small waiting room; i\ waiting room for' Negroes; a ptl- vatc olflcc, X-ray, dark room and laboratory; three operating rooms, Including a Negro operating room, and a vestibule. In the Summer, the ImllUin* Is air conditioned and in the Winter, heated by a central plant also used for Ihc residence. Dr. Ilowton began Ills practice In Osceola following World War I. und his discharge from the Army Dental Corps. 1 Famed Market Street of San Francisco puls on its best parly I Hrcss In preparation for the. t Shrlna Victory Convention ; which opens there July 23. : Shown aiding a noble of Islam I Temple are Irene Muhrlln, left, i nnd Carol Crandnll, as banners! [ nnd bunting go xip a |pn_iJ slvcet.- How Pay Envelopes Have Swollen Baptist Hospital Board To Receive Reports MEMPHIS, Tenn., July 1C. (UP) —The llaptlst Hospital board ol trustees wns scheduled to mecl tu- duy to hear n comuilClec report on complaints or a group of Memphis doctors asaiast the institution's administration. Thrco other committees also were to report. but officials would not I'ovcnl the purpose of these committees. The hospital atlmlnlsli'sition has been under lire from members or Ihc Memphis and Shelby County Medical Association who complained thai the hospital favored a .small cllt|i]c of physicians. Unconfirmed reports said A. E. Jennings, chief target of doctors' I complaints, would resign as chalr- ' I man of the hospital executive com- 1 . iiiittee. 1919 1929 1W9 1946 The overage weekly earnings of U. S. factory workers in May, 194G were S'12.G7. Ncwr.barl above contrasts this new high willi overage wages 'for previous decades. America's 12.000.000 workers today earn an average of $1.07 per hour, for a 40-hour week. nine, at her farm home near here. According to witnesses, the children had been playing dolls together. Without warniiii-, die buy suddenly snatched up a l'.i-r,v.u;jc shotgun and fired point blank at the girl. The blast killed her instantly. Head said the boy was only two or three feet away when lie pulled the trigger. Gordon Lee was described a.-, ' : loo shocked to speak" after the shool- ing. HONORABLE DISCHARGES Arils C. Wilson, son of Mr. Mrs. w. H. Wilson, has been charged from the Navy at Separation Center In Memphis, is a veteran of 18 months yer of which H months wore in 'acific Theater. and (Millie . IlD vice, I lie one new member. Miss Pat Wilson. All members participated on the program. , . , . : _. ^ Boys Will Entertain G. W. Dlllahunty, Mrs. J. •McCulln, her daughter, Wren, and Vlvinn 'Taylor, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Hnr- man Tnylor, \vcnt to l^'prsburp, Tenn., today lo l>e the quests of Mrs. C. C. Lee nnd family. Several Blytheville High School _, boys will entertain Thursday nighl Tnev |]iim lo ''rltn'n l<inii,'hl. with: a dance nt the Hut, 9 o'clock ' Mrs - Charles R. Pcnn and All High School students and cll «i'lcs, 1320 Hearn, have arc students home from college Invited to attend, they said. .', • . •- • Scout Cubs Will Have Picnic Thursday P. M. Parents and Cubs of Pack 45 will meet on the lawn of thn Lake Street' Methodist Church Thursday afternoon lor ft wciner roast. Cubmnster Jimmie McRae will have charge of the program that follows. ' Daughter Is Named The daughter born to Mr. nnd Mrs. B. C. Bailey Sunday night at Walls Hospital • has been named Susie Louise. Mr. nnd Mrs. Bailey are parents of another daughter, Ann Elizabeth, three. Mrs. Bailey is'the former M'..xs Carmen Louise McMullin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jnmcs McMullin, of Kansas City, Mo. Mrs. McMullin is here with her daughter. Have Dinner Sunday Mr. and Mrs. M. W. McGhee were host and hostess Sundny with a dinner for relatives nnrt friends, including several from out of town. Mr. and Mrs. James J. McQhec of Memphis were guests nnd others included Edward Buck of Ackerman, Miss., and Mr. and Mrs. Zera McGhee, who make their home south of Blylheville. son, I re- j turned home after Kumullngr n : month In Lake Village, with lire mother, Mrs. John Slmms, and a few days In Grciulu. Miss. They were met in Grcnda by Mr. Pcnn, who motored Ihcm homo. Ann nnd D. J. McLeod. daughter and son of Mr. and Mrs Damon McLeod. 2001 West Main, have returned from Eddyvllle, Ky., where they were guests of their aunt nnd uncle, Mr. and Mrs. \v. H. Hnbbnrd, for a week, Mr. and Mrs. w. s. Lnngdon. 61 South, had as Ihelr Gosnc/f Church Meet W'// Begin Thursday Olin Piiulley, pastor of Ihc Methodist Church of Green Forrest, Ark, will conduct the- evangelistic nice to bcj;m Thursday night at Osccol: Melhndist Church. NiiUilly sessions will lipgin at o'clock, (he Rev. R. L. Hunks, paa- lor, announced, lidding that Iho public is invited. Methodist Church Meet Begins Thursday Night Evangelisllc services will beftln 'I'lmrsduy iilf-lil at IMnmtsed Land Methodist Church und continue, I'm- two wot'ks, the Rev. Kay L. Mc- I.esfer, pastor. saUl today. The Ucv. Mr. Mcl.ester will conduct nightly sessions. 7:')0 p.m., :iml Gnle Anderson of McCovmack. will lead the devotional music At The Hospitals Walls Hospital Admitted: Mrs. Dunn Campbell, Steelo, Mo. Mrs. R. C. Rose, Roselnnd. Mrs. Otis Smith, Etownh. Bernice McGhee. city. Mrs. Dorothy Taylor, city. Alice Gayle Arnett, city. Mrs. J. W. West. city. Jlmmle Tucker, Luxorn. Mrs. L. O. Hopper. Tyler, Mo. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Od'il be in young I The . said. clmrge of Hie protii'iim for people. public is invited, the pastor 86 Blythcvillc Scouts iiitin*u_v OL omii.1], JUKI ns men *.. i /-. *, ,, , guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. A \ vc . \ Attend L.amp Near Hardy Brown and Mr. and Mrs. Gallagher, all of Memphis. Their guests Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Welch and Tony Welch, nil of St. I/nits. Mrs. Jcssee Stilt returned bsl night from Miami Beach. Flu.. where she was guest of Mr. and Mrs. Crawford M. Noble at Hie McFaddcu-Deauville Hotel for two weeks. Mr. slitt met her in Memphis. Too Late to Cfastify For Sal* Widow of Church Janitor Dies at the Age of 105 Mary Winslow, • Negro woman, said to be 105 years old, died yesterday at the home of a daughter. ! at 1731 Chnrlinc. She was the wife of "Uncle John" Winslow. long janitor of First Baptist Church who died March 31 and who wns given n uneral r;t "his" church, nt his equest. He was 85. Born in Olive Branch. Miss., he came lo Blytheville 3C years go from Mississippi. Til two years, he had been bedfast, six moslhs. The body Is at Home Funeral Home with arrangements for the Hoy Scouts of four niylhe-vlllu troops, IS, 311. 31 nnd :17. »re spending this week at. Camp Cedar ValU:y. near Hardy, owned by the Hoy Seoul, orgsmi/nllon »f Northeast Ai- kansas. Scouts take turns attend ing the camp hi order that nil may spend a week there durin;; Ihc Summer, The 8fi SconUs. accompanied by Percy Wright. J. C. Drake and Lloyd liolicrts. will return home Saturday | Activities at the camp Include hiking, swimming, boating and other outdoor sports and Scout tests for advancements. Campbell, city, a (laughter last night. Dismissed: Guy Goan, city. Barbara Ann White, Holland, Mo Martha Brown, city. E. M. Eaton, city. Niulino Enkln, city. I Mrs. W. C. Council,. Steelc, Mo. Mrs. James Shelton, Braggadocio. Mo. : H. C. Curtis. Armorel. ' } Mrs. W. S. Roberts. Rt. T. city. ^Mrs. Cm-1 Denton and baby R| 2, city. V Mrs. W. T. Baushcr. Honiers- Ivillc, Mo. Shirley Ann Klnninmonth, city. lilvtlifvill.- Hospital Di^mir-scd: Bertie Carver. Dell. Mary Lynn Duncan, Rt. 3, city. Jerry Wade, city. Alnin Layman, city. Mrs. J. w. Hall and baby. Osceola. Memphis Baptist Hospital Admitted: Raymond Bell, city. C. N. Stutts, Manila. Mcni|)'n;s Methodist Hospital Admitted: Mrs. Lee Towell, Osceola. Memphis St. Joseph Iliisiiilal Admitted: Mrs. Pearl Walklns. Steele, Mo. John Pickett, Kelser. Memphis Businessmen . Jclay College Decision MEMPHIS. Tenn., July 1G. (Ul'i —A final decision on the' transfer >f Harding College from Seaivy. Ark., to Memphis today had been lostponed until Sept. 1 by a group of 30 business, professional and civic leaders. The group adopted a special subcommittee's recommr.nda.tlon that action be deferred until tile return from Europe of Dr. George S. Hen- Elderly Woman, Sued For Divorce, Dies In Ohio Courtroom GAT.NESBORO. Tenn., July 10. (UP)—Seventy-three-year-old J. C. forgot ' his divorce suit against his wife loday—and instead made plans to attend her funeral. Brown was testifying In the suit yesterday. His 70-year-old wife was listening. Suddenly she slumped over—dead. A doctor snld death was caused by coronary thrombosis. A son ssltl the had been "bothered with heart trouble before." Brown hiul charged his .wito ith desertion, claiming she had ft their Jackson County home car here and was living with chil- rcn by a previous marringe in inilh Counly some miles away. son, president, of Harding College H was pointed out that tut transfer would require the raising of $(550.000 by popular siibscriptioi and that money-raising campaign: are .scheduled for almost ever; month until Spring. 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