The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 29, 1948 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, March 29, 1948
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f ?A6» FOtJl BLTTItETOLB Boy Meets Dog OOtTSTW NVWB Sue Long s Wed In Afternoon Ceremony I UlM Su« Lonf, daughter of Mr. ind Mrs. T. B..Long, became the krio> of Jesse Eubtnks, jon of Mr ind Mrs. P. E. Eubunles, In a leremony wlemnlMd yesterday 3: is «. ni. «t the New Liberty Baptist church. The R*v. Russell Duffer, pastor ftfficlitcd at the double ring rites ta the presence of Intlmmte friends ^nd reUtlves of the young couple. . i The brfd«V*'ore a dress of powder blue silk, fajljioned, with n pcplum, ivith m»lch.t;ig blue accessorle.s. She pinned « purple orchid 'at her shoulder. •, / . ! : ,,.,v;" : ; •. >-•• ..... • ; The bride's sister, Utes ' Wanda Long, served as maid of honor. She wore a frock of tan si'ljc with green accessories. Her corsage was a purple orchtd. § > Harold Doyle served Mr. Euhanks us best man. *. ; Mrs, aibanks was graduated from the Corinth High School. Cor- Jnth, Miss., p.nd she Is now employed ,-by the Sullivan-Nelson Chevrolet Co. '. Mr. Eubanks attended Burdette High School and Is now employed by W. T. Shelton. , Following a wedding trip, the .couple will relurn here where they 'will make their home. I ... iFormal Dance, Banquet .'Given At Hotel Noble 'The Colonial Room of the Hotel ,Nonle wa» the setting Fridav Night. ''° r " . of Jewels Banq.iet of Alpha Beta Chapte: of Epsllon ,Si?ma Alpha. i Those who received their pins |were Miss Pavon Porter and Mrs. |Bona Lee Long. The three course dinner was ser- jv«d at a table covered with a white ,cloth and centered with a bouquet lof yellow jonquils, which is the ;club flower, flanked by blue tapers [burning In crystal candelabra. Bouquets ot jonquils and other Spring (flowers were arranged throughout [the room. i Following the banquet, a formal 'dince was held In the Mirror Room j with 25 couples attending. i The ballroom waj decorated with jrtreamers in the club colors, and J also bouquets or mixed Spring flo- were arranged throughout the Easter Party Ii Given By Barbara VanHooser Barbara Van Hooser wax hostess at her home jviday afternoon to members of the Qlrls Auxiliary of the First Baptist Church with an Easter party. Entertaining rooms of the home held attractive arrangements o/ mixed Spring flowers. The euesls spent (he afternoon preparing an Easter basket, which they were to present to a needy family here. .Refreshments were served. • '•.•* 4 _ At The Hospitals Hiyihcrllle HiwplUl Dismissed: Alice James, city. Willie Brndford, city. Edward Rny LHlle, city W. E. Johnson, Osccoln. Mrs. Clalr Miller, city. Minnie lee Nicholson, city. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Sandra Jean Williams, stecle Mo Carolyn Blake, Manila, Bits of News Key. Gatlin to Conduct Study tor Methodists The Rev. J. Albert Oatlln. sun- erlntemietit of the Jonesboro District of First Methodist Churches, will conduct a "Crusade for Christ Study," beginning tonight, 7-30 o'clock at the First Methodist Church here, nils study will continue through Wednesday night He will lead all [he churches in this area in a study together on the subject of "The Crusade for Christ In the Church School" ' ANNOUNCEMENT Cub Scout Troops Four nntl Five will meet Thursday night, 7:30, at the First Methodist Church. Par- ems of the troop members \vil nl«i attend. This meeting was called by Cub Master, Frank .Scay. * Coming Events Social Calendar Tuwdaj L« Nucve Club rn'cetln? at the home of Mrs. Clarence S. Webb Trl-Town Bridge Club being 'en- the home of Mrs. tertained } TOOlTli . -! Miss Billli THmon 1, president of J "!?}' sh Te " y ;. the sorority. , _ , AI f ha _ .Alpha Chapter of 'Bunco Party Is. Given j Honoring Miss Swain ' aJl rr *i L R ' M « tth « '» *»* hostejw i Saturday night when ,h» enter- italnert with a bunco party compli- • mentlng her daughter, Miss Laura . Swain, who Is home from Wash- j ington University, st. Louis, for her IZutcr. vacation.. I in the bunce ( .gam«, Miss Jo • Ami Shanks' wtHtJilgh K ore. ifrs. ;H. V. MOlory, low score and Mrs. >.a. T, Bracey. traveling; prlie I Refreshments of assorted psrty j foods with Iced drink, and coffei J -were served buffet style from the t snack-bar, which was centered with I » no-el Easter arrangement. Each i Sliest received an Raster egr in- i acrlbed with her name. | Mixed Spring flowers »nd other decorations were used In the en| tertalnlng room to carry out the t_ Easter theme. j Out of town guest.i were Mrs, Ui-ic McGuire of St. Louis and Mrs. j Jjura Haggard of Jonesboro. • * » Dinner Party Is Given At Roland Howard Home t Mr. and Mrs. Roland Howard en- I tertslned with a dinner party and Easter egg hunt yesterday at their | home near Varbro. Sixty-three > friends and relatives Includtns sev- •J eral form out of town, attending the i affair. The home was attractively d«c- • orated with bouquet* of purple, pink I and red gladioli and other Spring l flowers. ', ,0ut of town guests Included Mr i and Mrs. J. H. Young and son. Tom-' i"J?M Mr ' a " d Mra ' Guy Wi " kw a "<t ren, Raymond, Kenneth and Beta aj~ ~u, «^.i«Hii:i UI fSClti Sigma Phi meeting at the home of Mrs. Francw Gammlll at 7-30 n m on 11M West Main. PoHowin B ti,e' buslneM meeting, the plcrtge., win take the ritual of 'Jewels test IVcdntsdir Mrs. C ., A. Cunningham cnter- Brilw cmb. 11 ^" ° r w<Mln «-«» B. H. i. M. Club bc-ine entcr- Boy'ctt j'r ' he h ° me ° f Mrs " , Pl ' cd Town and Country Club mectln B "M?" home of Mrs - Charles Rose Prlentily Eight Club being en- Icrtaincrt at the home of Mrs. Carlton Orsburn. Avalon Bunco CIUD being entertained by Mrs. Bill Oilbow at the Miss Mary Ann Parks, who Ii » student »t Southern Seminary Bueiu Vista, v»., In spending the Easter holiday* here with her parents, Mr. »nd >Jrs. Max Parks. Condition of J. A. Wroten, who is a patient at the Campbell's clinic In Memphis is much Improved. He was removed from the Memphis Baptist Hospital to the Clinic Friday. Mr. and Mrs. William T. Stewart of Jonesboro. spent the weekend here with their parents, Mr. anil Mrs. Bryant Stewart Sr., and Mr. and Mrs U. H. Ho!?. Mr. Stewnrt attends Arkansas State College there. Mr.s. J. T. Ashley and Mrs. Paul Ki-nwley and daughters, of Twist, Ark., are spending today in Porta- gevllle. Mo., -with Mrs. Ashley's daughter and Mrs. Brawlcy's sister Mrs. John Wall, Mr. Wall ami daughter, Knthy Marie. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dodd nl Jonesboro. spent the weekend here as guest of Mrs. Docld's imrctits Mr. and Mrs, W. o. Reeves and son, Wnde Jr. Mr. Hodd attends Arkansas Stale College there. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest George and family of Memphis, spent the weekend here wlih Mr. George'.? parents Mr. and Mrs. M. George. - Condition of James BarVsdalc who underwent » major operation last Monday at St. Joseph Hospital In Memphis. Is satisfactory. Mr. nnd Mrs. Joi; Barber me the parents of a son born Thursday Mar. 18, at the St. Joseph Hospital' In Memphis. The first child, he has been named. Joseph William Jr Mrs. Umber Is the former Miss Irene Rice daughter of Mr. arid Mrs L. I. Rice. Hnl R. Thompson, who Is a student at the University of Arkansas. Payottevllle, arrived home Tluirsmy to spend (he holidays here with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. L Thomn- •"in. Mr. and Mrs. Charles L Hickman of 1021 Hearn St. Kennel Uub All-Breed DOR Show in St. Louis Mo. Court of Honor By Boy Scouts To Be Conducted OSCEOLA, Ark. March 29-The Court of Honor of the Eastern Arkansas Area Council of Boy Scouts, will meet tonight In the First Methodist Church ncrc. This meeting is 'or the advancement of Troops 35 of Luxora, 51 of Osceola, 2130 of Victoria and 221 of Osceola. The presentation of awards of 2nd class advancements will be Army,Navy Study Decentralization Relocation in Case Of War Is Topic of Planning by Military By James C. Austin , WAS^m™ Marc™ 11 " made by A. W. Young, 1st class by introduction or Scout Masters will i f ° mmu "'< ha. ,^ n ^ n u.. i, . . i torce IMP of government - — are the parents of a son born Thursday morning In Malvern. Ark. Their first child, he has been named Jimmy Mrs. Hlcfcman Is the former Miss Melinda Louis. Joe Si\liba. student us Louslsna i — .,•.„.»<.,,. State University. Baton Rouge, La., I Those who will receive their 2nd i- »iinjc try v i;i IHJ11 JIlIIlCS \ f &•-" CinilHTlllj The invocation will be siven bv'i !" Washi "8 ton . "• was disclosed the Rev H. J. Couchman and the I f y ~ opening ceremonies will be in charge' n ' Alc! ranoer wiiey, R., WLs of Troop 51 of Osceoln. W. P. Ellis I SRid lle ha(i oeen advised by Air of Victoria ivil lead group singing, i l^™ 1 "?!.^ 1 stuart Symington that is siJcntiliiR his Spring vacation'with his parents, Dr! unrl Sallba. Mrs. j. A. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Cole and daughter, Glenda Kny, Mr. and Mrs Roy Pniltt and daughter. Barbara Ann and Miss Bessie Standard spem yesterday in Paragould; with Mr Pruitt's brother. Mr. and Mrs W D. Pniitt and family. Miss Nancy Partlow, student at Steve Ralph is court of honor)'?" 0 '! - st " dles "e under way »t the chairman, nnd Billy jop Carlisle is I 'I 15 ' 1 " 0 " 011 of the Joint chiefs of court of honor secretary. | slarf -, Wl 'e.v U the most vocal of Con- p-essioiial members urging decentralization of government us » na- class advancements ari), Joe Gallup L. C. Cunningham, Roy Tate, Charles Bennett nnd Joe Pascal; 1st class. Do Travis; Merit badges, Lewh Ingrain; Junior Head, Edward Stanford, Dick Fletcher, Rny Wooten, Billy Alexander and Lionel Silver-field: Star, Lewis Ijigrnrn BUI , Palms, Billy Jop Carlisle and Dies Fletcher. s tional defense measure. He wroe Symington recently to find out what the air secretary was doing in the way of planning for decentralization. Symington had been named chairman of a small defense group ! to Inquire into the broader aspects | of governmental dispersion. j Symington, Wiley said, replied . (that the military is Inquiring into ' Se^ttSM^nT Ml " Am *" C ° Announces to^^FjtX^l days will, her parent*, Mr. and Mrs". Engagement to Doctor "" "°" >i """< """ ^[v\ °'/' c " nnln Bham hostess to Wednesday Bridge Club. Thursday Jaycecttes will meet at the clubroom »t 7 o'clock for a not luck supper. Club Eight being entertained at the home of Mrs. R, c Allen Jolly Eight Club meeting at the «, M u S ' MMkc11 B l«"kemhlp. -\veck: Club being enlcrtaiA- nome of Mrs. M, o. ed at the Usrey. Mrs. A. A. Hardy entcrtainlnc members of the .C. B C Club Chapter N, p. E. O. being enter- XvciY lhe home of Ml ' s - Clicstcr Mrs. Hat-man Taylor entertain- '' 11 * Friday Civic Calendar Monday Junior Chamber of Commerce .00 pjn. Tuesday Lions Clur>-I2:15 p. m American Logion-8:0o p.m. H. G, Partlow. MEMPHIS, March 29. (UP)—The —. ~, ....i.uvt. . i>icjivirnia, ftinrcri 29. fTJP) The Russell o. Blackwell, seaman first ' en S-'<geiiiei]t of Barbara Jo Walker, class, whose wife resides In Blytln- .' """lette Miss America of 1947, to vHlft It env\rinrv «-i t L. 1.1 «.» .._ ,'Dr. .ToVln Vprnrktl Uiiv»>»n,l *%•> serving with the . John Vcrnon Hummel, 23-year- and family. aboard (lie USS Philippine Sea ° ul hlan <i physician, was announced This cruise marks the initial Eir-' yestc: ' da J'- opcan voyage for the vessel, whicn ! Thc rnml 'y said that the couple at one time carried Admiral Bjrd ex l' ec '«i to be married in June aft- 011 an Antarctic expedition. j er Ba i'barn graduates from Memphis Mr. nnd Mrs. Floyd A. White tuwl sule College. sons, Dick nnd John, will leave id-' Hllmi "cl Is n native of Charleston night for Marianna where Dick I Ml5so>1 >' 1 White will be married tomorrow I afternoon to Miss Nancy Walker' Daggett of Marlanna. A number ot Blytheville people who plan lo go to Marianna tomorrow lo attend the •wedding Include Mrs. Baker Wilson, Mrs. Harry W. Haines, Mrs. Edgar Borum, Mrs. M. A. Isaacs, Mr. antt Mrs. Russell Campbell and Mrs. Clara Davis. Mrs. Harry A. o'neiwn and daughter. Rae. ot Rayvllle, La.. arr ived today lo be with her mother. Mrs Frank Turck. who is a patient at Walls Hospital. Condition of Mrs nirck. who was stricken 111 Friday, is slightly improved but she still Is unable to receive visitors Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Berry and but he cautioned that: "We believe that Congress Is the proper agency to resolve the problem of dispersion of government facilities in Washington, based upon recommendations by the president '. which should include the establisn- ment of sn ulternatlve seat of government in the event of national disaster." Letter W.U Effort. I Symington's letter gave this present picture of decentralization efforts; J 1. Th« Joint chiefs of ulaff have asked fheir staff to analyze both Mr. end Mrs. Ted Houser are the |the relocation Problems of the Joint parents' of n daughter born yes- co ™ m ,* nt l Po^ * n <l communication,-, terday morning at the WMls Ho* former, a draft study _.-._. „ . .» . . l " e waus "os- 011 reiocniion llas tx , en rom pi eted pital. Their third rtauRh'trr the °" relocBtion llas baby has not yet been named' but not yet a PP rovcd Miss Muriel Ann rmcd services. On th Miss Muriel Ann Knudsen is spending a'ten day vacation here with her parents. Mr. and Mrs O E. Knudsen. She is a student at McMurrsy College. JacRsonville, 111 whore she has been recently np- pomtcci to next year's editorship of the McMiirry College yearbook "The Illivvacco." Ben Lancashire, son of Mr. and a " of the the comrmmica- tions problem, only a preliminary ,. — .. o- Roy Huddleston, Mrs. Htitidlcston :ally ill in the Baptist Memorial Hospital In Memphis. Mrs. O'Brien i is with him. NERVOUS cranky '««ry month'? , r " i y °V tri " lbll '<' l"' distress of • n ? functional periodic disturb- uS^^^rC-'Sf-/^? ham'« Vrgruble Compound to'iellcv. nuch «yraptom«l Plnkhum'j Compound Is mnd« especially for women It Rlso ha* what Doctorn c«ll & atom ncrilo tonic eirectr Any drags tore X LYOW E. PIHKHAM'S Learn lo Type For only $10.00 Per Month A «r „ r « ondilioned typcw U-e> teawns each. .va ur convenienct. A!.o Mimcogrophing ond DuplieoHng Servic. Typing School EDWARDS, Owner 112 Wcet W.Inirt S(. I'hnnt 3382 IT'S NEW! THIS AMAZING 1 POUND PLAYTEX AIR-NURSE THESE FOUR FEATURES MAKE THE AIR-NURSE A MUST FOR EVERY MOTHER TE.VD» JUBr j»T HO.VB Securely hold* nnd Frunrds any (from birth to creeping » g cl - ith g » g c wit air-rtisriLoned comfort, weigh* only I pound mriatcd. VISIT1NO '"'* "' * porl»b!». waterproof bed. AI«, ^ » ut ,,i , or cb.inglne hnby. Dcf|»ted. It folds to pocket boox. *!!:•. TOR RATHrNO RAHT Remote the fftbrlc cor^r entirely und tht Alr-Nurs* becomw* the faKby'9 bMh, Pftt with a towel »nd 1U dry: FOR TRAVELING OIT«S yoVir baby ft.r-cujiManed wm- lon with »*/ety, in cur, on imtn, on bus or plane. AIR-NURSE MAKES YOU BABY PROOFf Priced at $9.75 THE TOT SHOP Mr*, Maurice (Shirley) Sanders 110 South Second SI. Phone 2308 Sunrlt* Services Held At Promised Land Church Bunrtse Services wer« held yes- t«rd»y morning it thi Promised Lmd Methodist Church, it 5:48 i. m. A rluet composed of Mrs. Bill Harding and Mrs. Johnny Young giv« severnl voc«l jelections »nd lhe wrvlce was dowel with communion. A regular Llt«ny,prrgram with lha dedication of five infants was held -t the Yarbro Methodist Church The Rev. R.y L. McLester Is the Mstor of the churches study has been made. 3. The Munition* Board U nre- ffi!' fi * stu u dy on '."luslrlal mo- biliMtlon which "touches on the problem of decentralization." Sym- Inglon's committee also is working closely with Arthur M. Hill chairman of the National Security Rf- sorcM Board, whose duty is t o »d- u m , l ." t ?. ly ' ( n1"st''iBl and civilian mobilization in lime of emergency Wiley has plumped for sometime for governmental decentralization. Pointing out that in the age of atomic warfare Washington and lh« nations great industrial centers would be primary targets for aerial attack by any aggressor. He is particularly concerned over the "concentration of lhe nation'.'! military leadership in lhe Pentagon nnd Iri the Navy Department." Registration to Close For "Beta Baby Review" Registration of children for th •Beta Baby Review" will take plac In the BeU Sigma Pht clubroorr second floor of the city hall tomor row from 9:30 to 12:00 ,. m . *:» 1:30 to 4M p. m. for parents o children who have not mailed 1 their application. Regristration closes tomorro night at mid-night. Over thirty children have alread entered for the review which wi occur, frlday night April 1, In th High School Auditorium. T. E. King, Formerly Of Blytheyifle, Dies D i T ' 1 , E '. Ki "*' furm " resident o Blytheville and father of Ted King mall carrier, 306 E. Kentucky, die c.irly Sunday afternoon at Taullulah Lousiana, after a brief illness Fim eral services wi! be conducted at t Hrat Baptist Church In Taullulah, 10:00 a. m. Tuesday. Mr. King Is survived by his wife Maud King, two brothers, two sisters. and two SQns Ted Q( B vine and Bud, or Taullulah While )„ Blytheville he was con nected with the Chicago Mil! and -umber Company and was trans- fo« y ll at concern to Taullulal 1933. where he has lived since He was born in Campbell, Missouri n loan. Ted King and his wife left Bly- C Suiulay to - a "end the ser- MOXTUT, MARCH », 1«* This orarui-tasting cereal brings 'em back for more. Crisp Corn- Soya is toasty, Qoldon, frosli with flavor I A great combination lor winter nourishment, U brings you corn, for flavor and eneroy, soya, lor body-buildino foot! value, plus vitamins and minerals, too. 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