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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 6, 1949
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, OCTOBER : %, 1949 Jan* Shelton, Society 'Editor Phone 4461 ,Chris(mas Day Wedding Planned By Miss Crump An announcementlls'being'made today by Mr and Mis. Larson "Crump of the engagement and ap- 'prcuchihg marriage of their daughter, Miss Lavena Crump to Billy jLambert son al Mr. and Mrs. Ira Lambert, Sr. i Miss Crump Is now attending Bly- 'thevllle High School and will conclude her studies in Nashulle Mr Lambert, who Is a giaduate of ,Bl}t)ie\ille High School, is now attending Trevecca' Nazarehe College at Nashville, ,Tenn; I .The wedding will be performed Christmas day at Ihe , Church of (The Na?arene »ith R-e\. Roy si Schultz officiating. , Mis. Foster Hostess To La Petite Club, Guests j Mrs. Paul D. Foster was hostess \o members of LaPelite Club and 't»o guests, Mrs Bill Hutson and Mrs. Fred Sleadman, Tuesday at her home. f Assorted fall floral, arrangements decorated 'the' home, i In the games Mrs Arthur Vance .Von high with Mrs Steadman winning second ! At the conclusion of the games the hostess s«r\ed * dessert course Pink'and White Paity Fetes!Birthday Horioree' { Mrs~Pearl Long was complimented by members of the V. M. B Club *hen Mrs. Edith Enperson »as hos- fess to Ih'e group at her home Tuesday, *• : I Emphasizing the pink and white eolor'schemp was the birthday cake 'which topped the white linen clothed dining table from which the as- iorted party foods were served buf- 'fel style. Pink and blue ribbons »ere used to mark the place of each guest. I Mrs..Long was presented a bed- foora lamp from the group Games »nd informal activities furnished the evening's entertainment, j . . . Mrs. Logan Entertains Town and Country Club 1 Mr». J. O. Hlla, Sr. won high with Mr§. o. .W. McCutchen winning second in the bridge games o: the Town' and.Country Club at the zneeting yesterday at the. home of itr». R- M. Logan. i Assorted fall flowers in pottery bcwU decorated the entertaining rooms." The host wa served refreshments ' at the conclusion of the games. * RECENT!/Y Boyd Sanford Tomlinson was before her marriage October 1 -Miss Bennle Boslick. Mr. and Mrs. Tomtinson will make their home in Blytheville. Coming Events Social Calendar Thursday Thursday Night Club entertained at the home of Mrs. Bur'-s Barker. Friday P.E.O. Chapter "N" will meet With Mrs. R. A. Copeland I MVi. R. A. Copeland was hostess lo the C B C. club yesterday at her home. ', Hook .games •srete plajd in the home which was decorated in mixed lull flowere. [ In the gamea Mrs O O Elklns yon high, Mrs J D Smith second and Mr«. C. S. Dowdy rooko. i Cherry.pie and coffee was served by th* hoatess. with Mrs. E. W. Klrby at her home 606 : Chlckasawba at 2 p.m. ' . Dorcas .Class of First Baptist Church vat 2:30 p.m. with : Mrs. E. M.'Eaton and Mrs .Victoria Gilbert Hostesses. r Civic Calendar Thursday "King Cotton Days" Street Dances 8 p.m. FOOTBALL: Paps .vs. Memphis Snowden School, Here, 8 p.m. ' Friday . •, : Cotton Picking Contest, 10 a.m. FOOTBALL: . Chicks .vs. Pine Bluff, here, 8 p.m. Ten Missco Students Pledged by Fraternities At Arkansas State College Ten '; North Mississippi 'County tudentsj'.at Arkansa.T State. College at Joi]es"bor6 have";pledged by' fraternities a n'd ; sororit Ids on'' th e campus Vj '. - " :• .- • ' • "J '• '" ' NIns _gf' the 10 are students/;; Tha jVance of 'Armore was pledged'to ; Pi Kappa 'Alpha, and all others.: pledged .'listed.-their ad dresses as Blytheville;. : Bobby Colcman, ,Bob Damon Wade Reeves, Vance Owens ant Bobby Turner were pledged to Sig ma Pi; Howard Bailey to Tau Kap 3a Epsllon; and Mollle . Autry Charline Armstrong and Betty. Lo gan were pledged ; to Alpha Omi cron Pi. 'Freshman Election Held At Burdette High School ' Claa* 'officers for the freshman claj« of Burdette High School were elected recently at a class meeting. There tut u follows: President, Thomas Langley; vice-president Kalph kouri;'secretary. Bill Treece: treasurer, Eugene .Cable; reporter Betty Jeari Montgomery. ' One of the first activities. of, the group iras & hay ride and a weiner roast. Cliff Rotton Is class sponsor. Box Supper to Be Held At Gosnell Gym Friday An old fashioned box ^supper wil be held Friday evening at the high school gymnasium at Gosnell spon sored by the women of the Gosnel Methodist Church. Included in the evening's enter talnment .will be a cake for th best looking girl, the ugliest ma and a cakewalk. Bits of News At The' Hospitals BIythevllle-'Hosiiital Dismissed: ....•• Mrs. L. C. Rolllson,. City. Mrs. William Hensmv City. Mrs. J, B. Biggers, City. Walls Hospital Dismissed: J. W. Elggs, Rt. 3. Berllna'Oraham; Bragg City. Ann Crincr, City. Mrs. Mary DeLane arid baby, Holland. Gus Chitwoofl, City. Mr. nnd Mrs. Paul Moralh and iby, Jeanette Mnrie, arrived Monay from Munctay, Texas, to spenc everal weeks here as guests of Mr nd Mrs. Mike Morath. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Beery left to- lay for their home in Kansas City Mo., after spending several days icre as guests of Mr. and Mrs n rnnk W. Nelson and Miss Janet S'elson. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Moxley spent 'esterday In Memphis. Condition of Mrs. Harriet Sulll- r an, county director of the Mlssis- ippl County Welfare Department \ho underwent a major operation esterday at Memphis Baptist Hos- iital Is satisfactory. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jimmy England, and .Ii. and Mrs. Edgar Cain attended lie wedding of Miss Bonnie, Sue Jlveiis and Harold Holt Sunday In Dyersburg. The group with the ex- cptfon of Mrs. England, returned ionic Sunday, Mrs. England vlsitec n Dlplcy with her mother, Mrs, A O. Bivens, before returning home Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Logan and on are spending today in Mem- this. Mrs. Nina Thompson and Amelia .fatthews, mother and niece of Mrs Conny Modinger, Jr., and Sgl. Joe Mien Thompson, of. San Antonio Texas, brother of Mrs. Modinger re spending several d»ys here as uests of Mr. and Mrs. Modinger nd family. Mr. and Mrs! John,Lindsay-arid Vlr. and Mrs. Leonard York anc laughter, Jane of Courtlnnd, Ala. re spending several :days here as uests of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Shearn, Miss Millie Chambers and KR 3h.ea.rin. They are en route to their homes after a three weeks tour .he West. .Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nelson wll eave by plane Friday for Kansa City where they will attend th wedding of Robert Sullivan, son o Mr. and Mrs. William Sullivan. Mr and Mrs. Nelson will return Sunday Condition of Mrs. L. C. Rolllson who was dismissed from Blytluvill Hospital this morning where sh had been confined for 12 days fol lowing an automobile accident satisfactory. She Is now at he home on Rolllson Drive. Mr. and Mrs. David Bradford en baby of Heber Springs arrived to day to^be the guesU of Mr. an Mrs. Rbsco Craflon and'family to several, days. Mr. and Mrs. .Julli Gammons and family'of Whltev'lll Term.,, "arrived today to be th guests of the Rosco Craftons an also Mr. and Mrs. .\dolph Helnick They came especially • to attcn Cotton Picking Contest.; Condition of Mrs. A. M. Butt wh has been 111 at her home for seve weeks'Is satisfactory. Lt. and Mrs. M. K. Herring of 5 Louis 'will-arrive Friday to sp«i several 'llSjJs. as guests of Mr. Mrs. Russell Baugh. Condition of Mrs. R. A. Port who Is confined to Walls Hospit with'pneumonia Is satisfactory. CATARRH SUFFERERS SINUS FIND CURS FOR MISERY DUE TO NASAL CONGESTION. SUPPLY RUSHED HEREI Relief it Tkst from torture of Binui, catarrh, and hay (ever due to ti*s«l congestion ]J iccn todaj- in rerorti of luccui ^rith A fnrmtila which bui the pow«r Co reduce na^al conReslion. >Jen ond women with A'coiuzmK sm'U heaflncho, elofrgfd n^slril*. carafe. Vi^wWnit titirl sneering misery UH of h!»-ed relief after iwintr it- KI.OHdNOl. costi JH.QCI, but considcrinp results, this h not e«pcniiv«-. ft mounts to onty r«nnips ptr ito-e. KLOKONOI, (caution, uae only »i dirccle^) *old with motiei'-back sunT-anlecby \VootJs hrxip Store — Ul> thcvlllc — -Mall Otttctl Filled. TEEN-AGE FAVORITE ooperat/ve Club Plant mason's' First Session : The Wilson Cooperative Club will lect this afternoon at Uie Wilson lub House for the first meeting the club year. Mrs. Raymond oliier, president will preside at Ihe usiness meeting. Miss Helen Wells of Osceola Tor he 8503 ; By Sue Burnett Especially popular with the sod; hop crowd Is the eye-catching tered frock. This . striking version has a tiny fitted midriff, puffed ieeves and a face-framing neck- ine. Trim with narrow velvet rlb- 1011. Pattern No. 8503 U a sew-rite perforated pattern In sizes 11, 3, 14, 16 and It. Size 12, !><a •ards of 39-Inch. For this pattern, send .25 cents n COINS, your name, address, size lesired, and the PATTERN NUM- iEK to Sue Burnett, Courier News, >30 South Wells Street, Chicago'7 n.: •. Send 25 cents today for the new Pall and Winter FASHION. 64 pages "if - smart new . styles, special tea ures. Free pattern printed insldi he book. ' Paroles Granted to 18 LITTLE ROCK. Oct. 6. (/Pj-Par oles for 38 convicts were approved yesterday Board. by the Arkansas Parol Those paroled included: Ivy Hopkins of Mississippi Coun .y who was sentenced In 1942 t serve 15 years on a charge of as sault to rape. New Lines Sought^ LITTLE ROCK, OcL 6. (AP) — The Oklahoma Gas ahd Electn company has asked the Arkansa. Public Service Commission ,for"au thority to serve the Utah Construe tion Company, strip coal :mine"s Johnson'and Franklin counties'.-Th company would build approxinjati ly eight miles- of transmission -:lin present and discuss the scout:wor Mrs. Sanford Shelton will be'.in stalled as a den mother. WILSON NEWS By Mrs. B. F. BoyW ome etemomlratlon agent -out!) Mississippi County will uesl speaker; Her topic will bej game Handicrafts." She will give dem- ; night. iistratlom Miss Peggy Brinkley 111 sing a solo, accompanied by Irs. Roy Stogougti at the piano. . Officers ami committees who will, ssist Mrs. Cotner this year are, ill's. R. H. Jones, vice-president; rfrs, N. B. Ellis, Jr-, secretary; Mrs. :enneth . Neely, treasurer; Mrs. Gas Brandon jr.. parliamentarian; •Irs. A. M. Rogers, Mrs. Butord Boyles, Mrs. N. B. Ellis Jr., mcmbcr- liip and publicity; Mrs J. A- Merrell, Mrs. C. U Bird, civic anil decoration; Mrs. J. K- Neely. Mrs. Charles Lowrauce, Mrs, J. R. Enoch, r., Mrs- J, E. Grain, finance and niirovement; Mrs. Maurice Lynch Vfrs. E. D. . Bcall and Mrs. Eva Kerliii, sunshine committee. Young Adult Class of the church Thirty-six officers, teachers and substitute teachers attended the Workers' Council of the Baptist Church, supper-meeting .Tuesday night at the home of Mrs. Maurice Lynch, at Nodena. Plans were completed for tiie. new educational building, which will be started this month. Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Cash and Mr. and Mrs. Buford Boyles attended the West Memphis' vs. Osceola W.S.C.S. Studies Japan Second in a series of studies on Japan "Meet the Japanese was conducted b.V the W.S.C.S Monday afternoon at the Methodist Church, . with . Mrs. Roy Stobough n charge. The meeting was opened with he devotional by Mrs. Stobough r ollowed by a solo "Dear Lord and Father of Mankind" by Mrs. Mof- itt Rhodes. Mrs. N. B. Ellis led group singing. Mrs. Lois Sane, a Japanese won»n, talked on the customs and iablts of the Japanese people. She lad on display various articles >ronght from Japan and demonstrated the use of chop sticks. After the dismissal prayer by rs E. D- Beal!, refreshments were served by Mrs. Bently Rhodes and Mrs. Moffitt Rhodes. : ' Locals Mrs. J. D. Barksdale of Blytheville was the weekend guest of the Rev. s and Mrs. H. Lynn Wade. Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Parker of Gould, Ark,, were the guests o *iis mother, Mrs. Francis Parker :he past weekend. Mrs- Tula Tyler spent the week end with her son, Harold Tyler and family in Memphis. ' Mr.' and Mrs. J. K. Neely and family spent Sunday with their daughter - Miss Claudia Campbel Jonesboro. Miss Campbell is student at Arkansas State College Mrs- Charles Beall. Mrs- Nancy Enoch, Mrs. John Jacobs and Mrs Jimmy Hartrich were in Metnphi. Tuesday. Mrs Floyd'Reesetand her grand mother, Mrs. Edd Piltman, spen the weekend with Mrs. Clinton Humphries in'Arlington, Tenn. Mrs Pittman and Mrs. Humphries cousins. •Mr. and Mrs C--R- Lightfoo and family, of Tuscaloosa, Ala spent the'-'weekend with friend here. They are former residents ol Wilson". * More rtftari; 100-.people attende the pot-luck supper and song fe. Wednesday -.night at the Methodic Church. It .was. sponsored by th Scouf 'Family Meeting Tonight at Church There will be a scout family meeting tonight at 7:30 p.m. at tht Christian Church of the scout troup sponsored by the Church. The senior, boy scout.s and cubs will attend. The dens will meet at the church once a month. At this meeting tonight Wilson Bohanlngv field executive will be Now Many Wear FALSE TEETH With Little Worry Eat, talk, laugh or sneeze without fear of Insecure false teeth dropping, slipping or wabbling PASTEETH holds plates firmer nnn more comfortably This pleasam powder has no gummy, gooey, pastille or feeling Doesn't cause nausea. It's alkaline (non-acid) Checks "plate odor" (dcntu'e breath* Get FASTEETI1 at any drug store WASHINGTON STATE : » *. i.w: .'i. r v i v\ i/u-N '. 'b Juicy DELICIOUS America's No. 1 Favorite Eating Apple ...and so Reasonably Priced 1 Tilt the New York Store . in west Memphis Friday The Rev. E. B, Williams, siipcr- tendent of the Jonesboro District the Methodist church, conduct- d the service Sunday evening. Af- r the service he held the First luarterly conference, out/i Arkansas Crash Claims Lives of Four By The Associated Press Death of four persons in a truck- uto collision near Murfreesboro Wednesday- raised Arkansas' violenl eath toll for tiie week to ten. '• Killed in the tangled wrecka vere: Wayne Gray, about 20. his vifc, about 17. their one-year-olt laughter and his brother, Thomas 3ray, 18. all of Delight, Avk. They were riding in the vehicle vlilch collided with a loaded grave! ruck. An industrial accident, the faring fringes or the gulf hurricane a homicide and traffic ac'qidents auscd six other deaths. Accident Proves Fatal NORTH LITTLE ROCK. Ark. Oct. 6 (AP)—Horace Baucum, 35 ro, was killed and a fellow v'orkman critically hurt at the'Ark- ansas Fertilizer Company' plant here yesterday. Joseph Mullen, plant manager aid Baucum became entangled h » cable used'to move freight cars lorace Ahernathy,' T3, Negro, suf- ered a crushed arm when he too >ecame entangled while trying to aid Baucum. , Dam Work Slowed *> LITTLE ROCK, Oct. «. OP}— Th supervising engineer expects con struction work on the Bull Shoal inm to halt next week unless th Missouri Pacific strike Is settled John Kemnle, head of the U.S Engineers office supervising~ th project, said the., number of em iloyes on the job has dropped fron normal 600 to about 350 Tuesda With shipment of cement shot o: by the strike, he said the numhe of employes will continue to dro :o a maintairiance staff of only 15 Oct. 15 >,' ' School Bus and Truck ,. Collide; Three Children Killed and IS Injured MIDDLESEX, N. :C., Oct '6. W>)_ A school bus full of-children and an ice truck collided near here today killing at least three youngslen ind injuring 16 more. " The children were rushed to several scattered hospitals. The State Highway Patrol reported three dead and 15 hurt. A Rocky Mount hospital said three children died there of Injuries. It could not be determined Immediately If these were the same fatalities' reported by the highway patrol. Earlier, Dr. John S. Cliamblee, Nosh County health officer, said four were dead and about 18 injured. \\ WINS CONTEST—Billy Hancy, .ine-year-old son of Mr;, and'Mrs. '. T. Hancy, 020-, Lake Street, has een acclaimed winner of the grand rlze for the amateur .contest which as. sponsored by the Amrlcan Lc- ion. A winner was selected each vcek for six weeks with tiie finalists (intending for the grand prize. The inal contest was held Satin -das light with Billy being awarded the • 10 first prize. His prize winning selection was •Over The . Waves" Rosas with a retch of the life of the composer and some facts pertaining to the history of the'song. f ire in Fouke, Ark., Home Injures Three Steamer, With 200 Koreans Aboard, Sinks SEOUL. Oct. 6. lift — A smal/'' steamer loaded with about 200 Koreans capsized yesterday en route to tiie Island of Kangwhn. Only 7ti passengers were rescued unharmed. Twenty-four bodies had been recovered. A report to the Korean Paclflo press said 10 passengers were unconscious when they were taken from (lie water. The ship was travelling from Inchon, a port 30 miles west of Seoul, ,to Kaugwha on the west coast. The passengers were returning to their native island for autumn festival. , Ark., Oct. 6—(/Pi— Three members of a Fouke, Ark'., family were seriously burned in a fire that gutted their home Tuesday night. Donald Sams, two, son of Mr and Mrs. \v. L. Sams Is in. critical condition with third degree burns on his face and body. His sisters, Sllla Mae, 10, and Mrs. C. a. Burns, 13, were burned on the hands and egs. Mrs. . Green> saved the children jy pulling them out of the burning louse. The fire Is reported to have started when 'one. of the children poured kerosene In a wood-burhiK stove. • '.-" Wins Tax Exemption LITTLE ROCK, Oct.' 6. (AP) — Prof. Garretl Willis, Hope, was advised today that an amendment to the Arkansas Constitution exempts mnufncturcrs of cotton nnd fiber gods from taxation for a period of seven years after establishment. Attorney General Ike Murry cited the amendment-hi reply to a letter from Willis in which he said a question had . arisen , ; on": legality of a personal property, tax . assessment I against \V. Shaudhouse; .and Sons, I Inc., of Hope, engaged in making cloth and leather jackets. One-third of America's surfaced highways now have stripes running down the middle. BRANN TILE & FLOOR CO. • Asphalt Tile Floors •-'•=;, • Hardwood Floors • Rubber Tile Floors • Ruck Wool Insulation • - Weather Stripping' • . • Ornamental Iron Work • fissile Tile Walls All Work Guaranteed A. L. (Al) Sullivan, Jr. • Harold C. Braun £ 114 N. 2nd. '' 21IJ2 Phones 4360 Hoot L«s» Bonnie points up colorful itripet with the tslent for deft line* ind smart ttyling. 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