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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, January 10, 1941
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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Social Calenriar SATURDAY'S EVENTS . American Association 'of University Women meeting 12:30 o'clock, ko:ei Nolle. Francis-Little Rites Brilliantly Solemnized On the silver wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Anthony L.ule, their eldest daughter, Sara Josephine, became the c-ride o* William Kavanaugh Francis, son oi Mr.,and Mrs. Kavanaugh Hendri •Francw of Tuscalbosa, Ala., and Tur.peeo, Tex. The Rev. R. E. L. Bearden, of Leachvilla, who solemnized the wedcing of Mr. ah'd Mrs. Uotle ^ years ago, lead the service at four [ o'clock Thursday aftefhori at th. " First Methodist church. He was as- * .sisted by the Rev. E. ; B. Williams pastor. Romance blue and fuchsia of thi ^ attendants' frocks set the colOi ^ thLine 'of the wedding. Urns 01 gladioli blending with the fuchsia >s ^r^! and fern balfe were arranged ai n each side of the chancel which was banked with ferns. A screen oi Southern srallax lighted by cath- J^ 'edral tapers in branched candel- *** abra fo med the background fox the wedding party. A ; formal note in the decorations inspired cy the bridal gown was the shea f.,. of calla lilies whLh decorated the top standard of the praeyr bench. Mrs. Pau-l L. Tipton, vocalisi and Mrs. J. K. Garner of Green weed, Miss., aint of the bride, or- ganise, preserved a program > ni-pdal music. M:s. Tipton sang "My Heart At Thy Sweet Voice from Saint Saens' "Sampson ana Delilah" and "Sweetest Story Evei Told." The organist played "Suppose I Had Never Met You" and "Deep In My Heart" from "The Student Prince.". The traditiona wedding marches were iised and "Liebestraum", Liszt, . accompanied tlie exchange of vows. "Perfect Love" was sung for the benediction. + Mrs. x Tipton wore a black velvet dinner dress ornamented at tn_ nelkline with a rhiriestone clip. Mrs. Ga'ner's dress was of blactv cre_pe designed with/ a fitted jacket auu de^oraKd wit-h sequins. Botn h^ corsages of Potentate carnations. .pers were lighted, by Miss Virginia Martm, daughter of.Mr. and Mi 5. Tom P. Martin, who wore a dutonnet model of velvet and lace. New York Makes Bid As Woild's Style Center With Fashion Futures 'EFT: TpEATURED in •*• Fashion Futures, New York's first official bid ns the fashion center of the world, were gcwns which five of America's best dressed. women have chosen for their spring wardrobes. Mrs. Thomas ShevUn's was this peasant type dinner dress with green and white striped skirt of accordion pleated slipper satin and a beautifully tmbroidered white cotton blouse. RIGHT: F RANCES FEDDEN. who, among- all of New York's most beautiful models, was chosen as best suited to *\veav spring and summer's clothes, poses in n cape suit which she wore during the Fashion Futures show. Cape and skirt. are of stratolinev blue wool. The longer jacket Is gray, and there's an uviation insignia on ihe hat. FRIDAY, JANUARY 10,. 1941 » SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON Value Jesus Placed on Human Life A .Timely Lesson in World of Today won the original sprint and finished getting married a few minutes before Mr. and Mrs. Cyprien Arceneaux. Recently, both couples came back to the church with their families and friends for a joint golden wed- djng ceremony in which the priest read them the same vows they had ' Text: Luke 14:1-14 i Tjinded psople, knowing His rep-' 50 years before. So\v"the"Mai¥v M. E. Gil .'ROY D D ••*•-*'— *•— *-•-•..•!•.- - «v,^~ ~~^ * • ._•_ . r *»*«»wi Editor -of Advance It would be impossible to over-'heal the man. So He •stimate the importance and time- 'mess of these lessons we arestudy- ng in relation to what is goins on 'n the world today. An ouLstand- •ng impression, as one reads his 'ally paper with its news of kill- rigs in different parts of the world, ; y cf the cheapness in which life s held. Jesus asked, "How much is a -an better than a sheep?" but. iiasses of our fellowmen are daily •eing led, or driven, as sheep to he slaughter. Contrast with all this the em- •hasis JSEUS put on the value of "uman 151'e, or the value of personality. In His own clay He WHS n conflict with these who valued ••heir own .ideas of religion and of orthodoxy 'more than kindliness and helpfulness toward their fei- lowmen. * * *• A ruler o'f the Pharisees— a goori •hurch member, as we might say — had asked Jesus "to his en th<* Sabbath Day, anrt He was there, there wers who were spying on Him. Whrther this man, prominent 'itiong tc Pharisees, had invited TCEU.S there that they might thus •py on Him is not clear; but Jeus \vas there, a guest in his home. It has been suggested that this Pharisee was himself breaking the Jewish Sabbath law in thus having a feast on the Sabbath Day. •At any. rate, among the com•any. or as one who was brought in, \vas a man who had dropsy. T 'hiJp then ,_.,_ g~ VV £«. w t .*»*»%*»» ijj^ j. ^.ttfy *v I/ yr — - - — 'f %-— -*-*.%,« *, T »j IY viiC IVlcL it" I " ulaticn for healing, were ques-! ands a ^d Arceneaux have eigiu icnin'g whether or not He would j children and 13 grandchildren in heal the man. So He took the each family. ; realized that- these narrow- ' most. initiative and asked them, Is it lawful to heal on the Sabbath Day or not? They ignored His question, but Jesus went ahead] and healed the man, who went away. * * * Jesus, realizing the thoughts 'of the., company at the table. «">'••"• i.-em a further question, "Which 'J ycu shall have an a;s or an ox all into a well and will noi straightaway draw him up?" Again. they did not answer. But silence evidently did not indicate consent or approval of the fine act of healing Jesus had done. What is the highest thing in personality? Jesus here suggests ihal a vary high thing—if not the highest—is humilitay. he more a man feels the height of great standards, the more the glory of the moral law appears to him, the :es.s he wi'l be disposed to overvalue himself. The finer a man's spirit, the keener his perceptions, 'he more inevitable 'is ii that his attitude is one of humility toward God and toward his fellowmen. ?o. along with this lesson 'of humility, Jesus taught the lesson of kindliness and service to others. Blessedness in life, according to Jesus, comes not from what* we do for those who can recompense us r but in what we do for those who are in need. It is the thiners we do without hope of reward thar constitute our real expression ct what we are and what we value 4-H Club News Notes Townsend Club Meets Townsend club, No. one, will meet tonight at 7:30 o'clock at the .'-. and Mrs. Harry ogle •on South Lake street. fi.i nicriibc'rs are being urged by the officers to attend. Read Courier News want ads. DANCE EVERY SAT. NIGHT Blue Room HOTEL NOBLE wedding were: Robert E. Jones, Jr., and son, ilton I Her corsage was of yellow .carha- i -_.. ,- ,.,_ ; . ^ ~ _. v-t~- Mrs. Claude F. Sccggin Jr., of Miss" Prances Little and Miss Virginia I&ule were...their.', sisters maios oi honor and Mrs. .Robert E. Jones, Jr., of Scottsbpro, Ala., sister of the bridegroom, was matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Miss Margaret Shaver, Miss Mary Spain Usrey and Mrs. J. Fa iris McCalla. The attendants wore identical dresses of romance blue taffeta with lucn&.a bows accenting the" sweet- hear. nev.ks ani fitted waisumes. The dresses had .short puffed sleeves and fuU skirts and • were worn with shirred taffeta poiks tied at the biLk with fuchsia velvet to ua.-.u tne Sows that trimmed the .dresses. !.».«, maids of honor and matron of hxnor carried wedding nngs on wLich we.e arranged Potentate carnations caught with luchsia -libscns. "Bridesmaids carried shower ix>uquets of carnations also in vne luciisia, shade. \ The bride, who was given in marr.age by her father, wore a gown of oridal satin made wiin i>ripu,css- lines and sweetheart neck outlined with seed pearls. The ; long sleeves formed a point over the hands and the princess back < extended into a long .tain. With this, she wore an adaptation Lillie Dashe polk bridal veil made of ern- f brokered budal illusion the ful. length of the train. . Her bridal bouquet was of valley lilies, gardenias and orchids, - and she also carried a handker- | chief imported from France, a gift t } from her father to her mother -| j who usefl it in her wedding. '• • Mr. Francis had his father as his best man. Ushers were his brother, Paul Brands of Tuscatoosa, Ala.! Tom A. Little Jr., brother of the pride .Nicholas Hare of Birmins- Memphis; Mrs. Cora Whitmnrsh of Prescott; Mr. and Mrs. Lunsford Whitmarsh of Oakland, Calif.; /ohn Mahan of Princeton, Ky.; Mrs. R. E. -L. Bearden of Leach ville;. Mr. and Mrs. James Hunt, :-f Manila; Mrs. Gertrude Mc- Zlvame, of Caruthersville. * * * Flays With Club. Mrs. Marvin Robinson played ;ards with members of the Wed- .esday Bridge club' Wednesday af- .Ernobn when they were entertain~d at the home of Mi's. W. J., Wunderlich. Lunch was served at the dinini; lable which had a fruit centerpiece. Mrs. Charles Rose was hi^h ano Mrs. C. A. Cunningham, second, \i\ :he games which followed. v r * To Hear Program On Business Trends. "Modern Trends in Business" is c be the subject of thtf program i the meetini of the American 'sscciation of University Womoi. Hotel Noble Saturclav, 12-30 /'clock. _Miss Ruth Butt is to bo leadf-r 3f the prcgram on which Miss Clara Ruble will be the Hostesses will be Mrs. B. A. Lynch. Mrs. Fred Fleeman ana Mrs. Bancroft Terry. Bits of News Mostly Personals Miss Letitia Neal, who has been '11 of pneumonia at Biythevilie Hospital, is to be removed today the home Marry Kirby. mproved. of Mr. and Mrs. She is very much Mr. and Mrs. ' -FarnswcrUi Black nd daughter, Betty, ware in Mem:his during the first of the week .0 consult Betty's physician. Although Betty is improving, she will be confined to bed for anoth- ar month. Miss Anita Faye Beck and Miss ."canne. Stacy are spending the eek end in Memphis. Miss .Elizabeth McHenry is able o be cut after having been ill of nfiuenza. for several days. . Ray Beck is improving aftei- a'ving teen ill of influenza for several days. Mr. fliirt Mrs. K. H. Francis of i-utcaloosa, Ala... and Timpson, Tex., left this morning for Tusca- Iccsa after having spent the week ..ere. Thf.y cams for the weddin? : f their ton. Kavanarich, to Mtes "srn Jr. Little. Mr. and Mrs. Roij- crt E. Scott and .sou. Rob of £cctt.sburo, Ala., also here for the Vcm Memphis Thursday after having "undergone treatment there for a lew days. : point 2 by accepiing point 5; no basis for such a bargain exists now. But the way in which the War Labor Board worked could easily be followed anew. That board had two chairmen— William Howard Ta'ft, representing industry, and Frank Walsh, representing labor—with 10 other- members equally representing capital and labor. It could intervene in any dispute, but unless both sides agreed in advance to • accept its decision, its findings had to be rnanimous. If the board couldn't • CATION'S WASHINGTON COLUMN Ccu vie r News Washington Correspondent WASHINGTON; Jan. 10. — The President is thinking- seriously about issuing a proclamation set- ling up a labor board to prevent snikes in defense industries when -ecome unanimous, an umpire The Bryant 4-H Club at , 16 met Thursday. Miss Cora Lee Coleman, county home demonstration agent, ana Edwin W. Loudermilk were there.-The meeting was for the purpose of electing, new officers. To serve with Robert Moore cs president are: "Junior" Pogue, vice president; Joyce Myers, secretary; Frankie Ware, reporter; Pon- delJ Morris, reporter. Twenty-four members were present. Mr. Ashabranner announced he ana other members of the 4-H Council Committee were working on rules and regulations for the oasketball tournament. , President Robert Moore appointed a committee to obtain a girl sponsor. To serve on this committee were Joyce Myers, Fondell Morn's and Loretta Pyland. Another L-cmmittee consisting of "Junior" ?o-iue, Harold Stokes and Aldon Pyland, was appointed to see about .securing a boy's local leader. Mr. Loudermilk gave instructions on the correct use of the United States flag and how to display It. Read Courier News want ads. EXTERN-ALLY CAUSED _ -. Clearing-up help aided by p-ermi- cidal action of Black and White Ointment. Soothes out burn and back. Extension Worker Is Sent Here Temporarily Edwin ,W. Loudermilk, who has een jn county agricultural agents' .vork in Craighead and -Clay counties, has been transferred to Misi sippi Ccunty for tcinpoiary work. Ke will direct agricultural ex- .viision \\orK in the Chickasawba district during the illness of J. ,3. r-'ickren, agent. Another Name Added conciliation won't, settle disputes. This would bring into operation a modernized veision of the 1918 War Labor Board, which functioned' effectively in strike prevention. Today's idea comes, naturally enough, from Jett Lauck. who was secretary of the '1918 beard and who is now consulting economist' for..the C.I.Cv United Mine Work- 1 ers 'a'nd other labor groups. L'auck argues the President how has ample legal authority to set up such a boaicl and give it power to act. Defense Commissioner Sidney Hillman recently asked for ana got a copy of Lauck's proposal to? the President and is now g*vmg it study. Edward F. McGrady, foi'mer secretary of labor now serving as trouble shooter for the War Department on labor problems, has p.ivately endorsed the plan. FIVE PRINCIPLES \ GUIDED HOARD [ Lauck argues today's problem is j [ much like that- of World Dar clays,! that- there is no sense dupli- \vnich nominated by the President would render the decision. Technically, the board had no power to enforce its decisions. Actually/it was backed by all of the President's wartime powers. There was a ^mall-arms plant in 1918. for instance, where neither management, nor labor would abide by .the .bearers decision. ^.President Wilson took over the factory ! 'and canceled the draft exemptions of the workers—and that, was that.. By making the board's decisions retroactive to the beginning oi" a dispute, Lauck argues, it would be possible to get labor to continue at work pending settlement of any disagreement. does it or your money . Vital in cleansing is . *ooc soap, get Black and White Shin ribap! Colds'GoDown Get After Distress Improved Vicks Way If a cold has "gone down," causing coughing, muscular soreness, or irritation in upper bronchial tubes, see what a "VapbRub Massage" can do for you I With this more thorough treatment, the.poultice-and-vapor action of Vicks VapoRub more effectively PENETRATES irritated air passages with soothing medicinal vapors... STIMULATES chest and back like a warming poultice or plaster...STARTS RELIEVING misery right away! Results delight even old friends of VapbRub. TO GET a "VapoRub Massage" with all its benefits—massage VapoRub for 3 minutes on IMPORTANT EIB-ABEA OP BACK as well as throat and chest- spread a thick layer on chest, cover with" a warmed cloth. BE SUEE to use genuine, time-tested \ VTGKS VAPORUB. Wert Optometrist "HE MAKES 'EM Over Joe Isaacs' St<ir Phone 540 Brazilian Birds Hailed As Air Raids Sentinels HWb V <<air , i j r\ r. t • L rR2Kl that- there is no sens tO LOCH! Uratt List]eating ihe whole year [elapsed in the World War before a ! "- e * l ™£ •s from this U"' n:ernort of preventing work ^ Inr ?,?' C ,f '- eliabl ^ Possessing 11 msn who 1 stoppages was worked out. ! X ml -. T* 1 devcloped Robinsrm nf ! In the last, war both the War' " ', 8 generations of vigilance The list of ,'draftec Drea was increased to v.-iil leave for Camp Robinson at | -In the last, war both the War _i[.rlr Kock this month for a year's i ar id Navy Departments maintained j military training, -when Draft i Conciliation services, in addition to i Board B announced another name the one which operates under the ' Director Ernest Untermann says - e an crated screamers are Possessing tooay. The . } the birds ,« "? le ,° r . an air " - mile cllstan ^ and « was Labor Department. None proved i l^f?«I^£ 1 a shrill, siren-ike Leroy ! able to keep production going. At j Cal1 uhlch can be hcard ^ ^- ilcs Green, Dell negro. He will leave President Wilson's request, leaders; Jan. 15. Keiser "'News liccjiumn- vyiiauiia iC4Ut»i/. .it;.svit;i s [ jof labor and industry met- in Jan- J Wedding BecOITJEs I uary, 1918, to work out a new p!cm. ]i IThe War Labor Board, which Wil- For More Economical. More Convenient Cooking LORENCE OIL VRANGE Son Born A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. «[«icHn S , left this morning. Paul M. E. LUue Saturdav in Mempiiis "' - * For Once Rival Couples son established by proclamation \ just one^ year after war had. been: DUPLESSIS, La. /UP; —Two declared, was the result. j young couples who wanted to get This board operated on these i married raced each other to the '.'• Guest of Club Mrs. B. F. Potter ;v» s a of Mrs. Theodore Logtiu Thurschv ;i> tc-rnoon whsn she entertained members ol the Double Four Bridge club at hnr home. A salad course with coffee was served at the conclusion of the games in which Mrs. T j Birr— _ , J - -iJi.L L 1 L L.O -*-.^>- ,*iAuiiui.o.o j-iuuc ui j-jirnun 0 ^- * * J - mu iiw ham, Ala., James Nettles of Bur-1 WRS high and Mrs - J ohn Fester ler. Ala. and Richaid. Becker. | secon d high scorer. A reception followed at {.he homo i i! J ^ the Bride's parents, who shared 11 honors with their daughter parents; ' is. M. O. Usrey p;e6ided over j. the refreshment table, draped with 5 a Madena and lace cloth and dec- I orated, with a three tiered '-wending cake. Miniature fignies of a bride * and. bridegroom adorned the top oi ^ the cake ornamented with silver * leaves. ^Vhite tapers flanked the « cake and also the bowl of white * carnatiofis, valley 'lilies and nsr- ^ cissuses used on the buffet. M':>: 5" James Hnxit. of Manila, assisted | Mrs, Usrey. ' " 4 Mr. Francis and his bride left. > On a wedding trip to New Orlcsn/; ,• and other southern points.' For i| traveling, Mrs. , Francis' wore a I Franklin original, eiuembfe. the I drje^ of whicli vas of pastel blue i crepe and with it was worn a fit,- f ted ' p!kfd -lull length coat. Her I sJioulder Corsage was an orchid fe '.Upon.their return, Air.- and Mrs L "-^^-i^ >wilV -reside at .206 North At The Hospitals G. W, Moore, city, dis- ri. ciry. dismissed. i -— of ruscaloosn returned Thursday afternoon immediately -t-iicvsuig the reception, while Jnmes Nettles of Builcr. Ala., and Karo of Birmingham, ushers 11 ih» «-edding, left last night for Memphis. _M,.s. Eugene Still of Plymouth, N. G. T of Mr^. c. S. Stevens, is improving nftor havin-i been ill of influenza. ..I. P. Mick of El Dorado, III.. -vpncr." to return home this week -nn after having visited his sis- f-f. Mrs. L. A. Robcrson and rpmiiy of P.sar Deli, his mother. :V;vs. Mavy T. Mick, and other irlativw. of here and Caruthers- Mr. ;md Mrs. .T. E. Miclc «nrt baby, cf Eorle. en me Sunaay f ^' be with him al the home Of Mr. and Mrs. Roberson. Mrs. Karry Kirby has been ill of suius the is infection sines Monday, her home. 812 Chicka- c-iiv. W. B. Crews, Ann Jr»m<\<. re; after of Ore?n- 'aome this .'•.ever- A. I.iltlr ^'ith her brother. Tom admitlecl. Baptist l (\dani:-. Mclhodisl. H( Mirss Corn Lee Doclson. adrniUpd. "Clay Pics" Brillsji authovit.ioj-; onco ed to pensuad? fhe pscpl ar.d farniiy. for i])e w<x!diii s ^ Srtra Jo i of nor >e. lo i^r;- of the L. A. Roberson av> able* h> br nut. after br-en ill of influenza for stitute : -clay for torn cmst of pias, Osceoln. n.i«;nipl- sn sU b- \r, XTr:; - R - L - Methodist hospital. The baby, who ivelgned eiynt -pounds, hn.s been named Maurice 1.113ene Luilo .);•. ?ft * y. Mr., and Mrs. C. C. Cork hiiv as their guests this \\rek Mr.^. Cork's pa rente of Kosciuiko. M;^ Lconr.rd fctra.sCerg is sp-?n(ii?u the week in Maury Cil.y anci Hum- -oiar. 'renn., on business. iviiss hiKn Taylor ten MoncUn- for All Saints college at Vick^oit:.!. Miss., where she is a utuclon;. .-?;•• .utci .'-.pfrnc the holidays hrre vv^ii .ier parent;;. Mr. and Mra. Edwin BI-U..T. i-\ .\'K,mpir,, v;sii':c! Mr. ar.n M : . uioyd Brucf here thi«; \tnr>s. K W. Wntsou Jr. lo't Tut'-r; r/ for ai\ extended tour of Cpliroir^ Mr. and Mrs. R. O. KU\t,irn--> have returned from n PAY, '.v,'->./. vlsiv wiih their parent u; ouh^ . i Ark. i Mr. and Mrs. \V. M. T-ivl-rhi'. i as their guests t.hv? \verk. Mv.^ I Joe Williams and r.vo r,.,<;^,-, .,. i of Memphis. Mr. and Mr.-,. [ Cotton nnd Mrs. Joins Co;;o;! Cohimbus. Miss. Miss Rnfovri I)un;\vni\t i.-; ir- erina from an illnrss oi juvMinv* Henry Aciarns roaivnrci ;i-,j, •.>, from ;i visit with his M.tcon. Mis5. be no principles: 1—Ahat there should strik-.- ^r IcckouLs in industries. 2—XKIU labor should Ji:ivc the tight fo orfr<mi7.r nnd bargain collectively. ;>—TJisvt minimum \v;ij:cs should l>c high rnnusrh to enable the worker to support bis family in iTasonable hoaltli .n;id comfort. 4—71ml the eigJit-bour day be recognized as basic. 5—Tha< fabor yvonlcJ not seek to .organize plunts not already locH.i church here no years aco, but- j Uiey both mnde ii av the" .same I rime for a golden \vr,-icUng anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Vitalis J. Marchand /RESIDENT'S POWKK .'ACKEO UP IU)AKI) Changed conditions, of course, r.uld make .some ntodiftcation o. r.ese principle:- necessary now. Gorapcrs. for instance.'•wo.. When your head riches r\nd nerves arc jlttcrr. get relief quickly, pleas- I ~.ntly, with Capuciinc. Acts fast bo- I ciusc tt\" IlquJd. FoHou- directions ou label. AH -" " " -- CALL 372 'T-tlirneci FJeari Courier News \vsint DON EDWARDS "The Typewriter Man" ROYAL. SMITH CORONA. 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