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(.FACIE roim BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, MAY 24, 1948 Society AtewA 9 ' Phone 4461 MW McGill h Wed To Eugen* Lawson Jr. Formal Dance Is Given Honoring Five Seniors Uiu N»ncy McGlll, daughter q( C. G. Redman Jr., Jack Homer, Mri John D. McOlll »nd th« late Jimmy Henry, Charles Henderson Mr McGlU of Memphis, formerly of.' and Gordon Hammock were guests Blyifaevill* became the bride of Eu- X honor Saturday night when tl)clr leoe F»nklta Lawson Jr.. son of: Parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Mr »DdMni Eugene Franklin Law- ! '"R" Si-., Mr. nncl Mrs. W. Red- Horni ue - M«nprS7ln . ceremony -sol- »er, Mr. ami Mrs J Wilson Henry, d Saturday night ftt the La- : Mr «"<• M'*- »°>' le Henderson and Presbyterian Church. the presence of friends and rein- : tives of the young couple. The bride, who was given In marriage by her brother, John R. McGill Jr., chose a smart frock of blue crepe with white accessories. Her small white hat was fashioned of'white straw and trimmed with »' 'small white veil. She cnrrlr-d a white Bible topped with white gur- denlu. Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Hammock comp :ti ..r :ci them with a formal dance in the Mirror Room of Hotel ! tended the nffnlr, which wns one of the largest given this year honoring members of the senior and other guesls. In the receiving line were C. G. and Miss Barbara Monaglian. Jack and Miss Mnry Morgan, Jimmy and Miss Mary Frances Gnlnes. Charles and Miss I-ela Rose Castllo and Gordon and Miss Ann White of Osccola. and lhe boys' parents. MIM Margaret Crook of Bl.vtlie- j Each girl in Use receiving line was villc served Mrs. Lawson as maid [ presented with an orchid by her of honor. She wore (or the occasion date, a printed crepe dress with blnck and white accessories. Her arm bouquet was of pink and blue flowers. Mr. Lawson attended his son as best man. The bride was graduated from Blythevllle High Sd»ol and attend- ccl the University of Mississippi. Ox- lord, and Memphis State College. Mr. Lawson graduated from Central High School nnrt attended Southwestern In Memphis, lie served with the Marine Corps dining \yorld War II. Following 1 the wedding n reception was held in the reception rooms of (he church after wliich the couple left on a brief their return, they will As ench u«cst entered, the girls were presented with minlnture fans In bright colors and tied with inatchliig ribbons, which they wore on their amis while dancing. The boys were presented with small fans In bright colors which they pinned on their lapel. Senior boys were pri'scnteil with white carnation boutomilercs by Mrs. R. C. Allen. A feature on the program was a fan dance given by Miss Jtinmie Frances clcmmons. The Iheme for lhe dnnce was "Funs" nnr» in each window, Uic draperies were drawn closed and it two fans In bright colors i Uponi trimmed wilh matching bows were make their! Placed in the Mr. and Mrs. William -r, Stewart arrived Friday from Arkansas State College, Joniisboro. where Mr. Stewart had Ixi-n attending school, to spend the Summer here with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. u. H. Holt and Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Stcworl. Mr. and Mrs. 1. Petrovsky and son, Teddie, and Miss Sonia Petrov- slsy o( Memphis were the weekend xuest-t of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Zellner and family. Mr. and Mrs. Olln Allison had as Ilielr guests over the weekend Mr and Mrs. Oran/,a Young o! St. Louis and Mrs. Fnye Thornton and children, Peggy, JL..mtcand Johnnie,of Portageville. Mr. and Mrs. O. N. Forrest spent the wee'..end in Memphis us gnesis of their son, Wilson Forrest, ami Mrs. Porre.s^. Miss Barbara Culllson, student .\t Arkansas State. Jonesboro. Is spending tlie Summer here as guesl of her grandmother, Mrs. M. C. Culllson. ! Mr| and Mrs. Henry £>odd are | spciuhng a week here with Mrs. Dodu';: parents. Mr. R"d Mrs. W. O. Reeves. Mr. Dodd attends Arkansiis Music Aptitude Tests Given for Band Members ugic aptitude tests are being g.vin -students of tne sixth, seventh, eighth and ninth K Hides i'i the lily- LhevIJte School District today and tomorrow to dotcnninc which stud" v iU be mo-it likely to have MIC- eexsful study ttf a bnmrin.st.run.cut, K, *i Wadcnpfuhl, band dlrcctcr said today. Mr. Wadcnphful also announced (hut a Summer school for band pupils would be held during June and July with classes meeting each week-day morning, except Sunday, (or 45 mlnnte,s. In connection with Ihe Summer school ant! the aptitude te.st Mv. Wadenpfuhl has called a meeting of aH students interested in the study of bund instruments for Thursday at 7:30 p.m. Mr. Wadenpfuhl said today that Lhu Summer bond program was bc- inji uistijjaU'ci in an ellort Lo Improve and enlarge the bn n rtheld') prove a net enlarge the band for the following years. R*Y. Kldd to Attend Pie$bytcri«n Assembly The Rev. Harvey T, Kldd, pax tor of the First Presbyterian Ci.ui'ch in DI>LheviUe, left today by plane 10 atlond the meeting of (he General Assembly of ihe Pres)>ytei'ian Church In the United States which is meeting in Atlanta, Ga. The Alliance of Reformed Churches is an o r g a n 1 z a tiosi including Presbyterian Churches throughout Ihe world. This organisation is made up of 50,003,00 members, which makes it the largest Protestant fellowship In the world. There are more than 3,000,000 Presbyterians in ihe United States. Scotland, where practically ihe en- ure population is Prcsbyleriau, Is ihe .strongest Presbyterian nation. Pre.sbyterianism L-> also strong in Switzerland, the Netherlands, Czechoslovakia, Hungary, England, no: tliern Ireland and northern France. Presbyterian mUsion work in the Hel^ian Congo is universally considered one of the finest mission projects in ihe svortd, Baccalaureate Continued From Tut 1. j«y rfdep atia pleasure recoria a* we were spending In America, for »H klndi of edvcatlon. Coming Events Social Calendar 9 Blythevilie Rotations To Attend Spa Meeting not to be used as a mere cosmetic to hide blemishes, and to give charm of health and beauty of soul where they do not exist; it Is not tinsel to cover a counterfeit coin. "Education ix not a proce&s of commercializing human life, although the right kind of education j "Is It any wonder that we were in one of the greatest commercial accused of Ix-lng more Interested In I asseta one can possesa. fun than fundamentals? We were "Kdvcalion of the rt»M kind sowing to the wind and we have! been reaping a whirlwind, which Is wind In 1U most destructive form, As a nation we were spending twice as much money for tobacco alone as we were spending for all educational purposes," the Rev. Mr. Stewart said. He also quoted figure* compiled by a Mississippi County man keenly Interested In education and said that expenditure* In Blythe- vlUe last year for tobacco amounted to 1440,000; for liquor, |9«0,00$, and during the same period the financial outlay for education lu Blythevllle was a mere $330,004. Turning to the importance of education, the minister said that after In it. And following In th« footsteps of Jesus, the meek give themselves in unselfish service for their fellowmen. These are the fittest; these are they who shall survive, and shall inherit the earth," th« Rev. Mr. Stewart concluded. ireailjr IncreuM the indlvuj«l'i chance* for »iiee«M IB Ufe. An uneducated person baa one chance In 15«,*M at attaining, distinction In the United State*. A common school education Increases the chances 16 time*; high school training* Increases those chances 87 times, and college training 2fi* times. If parents and the communities in which they live can Increase the capacities and opport tunltle* of their children 2M times by educatinr (hem. It is basely criminal not to do it. "While the commercial aspect of education is important, let it be understood that It is by no means the highest value to be placed on edu 6.000 years education Is Just begin- catlon Ui h| he£t „"„, h , n tne ning. We find there is so much that, characlor ttmt <, ducatlon develops. educated men do not know, and j y^ ( there are so mrvny lines of thought: an undeveloped with many fields ofl tn . knowledge yet unexplored," the Rev. j o ' Mr. Stewart said. "We have made tra horn* in Memphis, where Mr. Law-1 A huse fnn was placed behind son Is employed by the. Memphis'«« refreshment table from wnlch Gas and Light Company.' I ^sorted party lopils and punch ' • wes served. The Individual cakes Momluv The Young Women's Auxiliary of I Alvil1 Huffman, Jr.. are planning to the First Baptist Church will meet | ilttpll<1 the District conference of at the home of Mrs. C. E. Johnson R°">«'y International, which is to at 7'30 pin • i be conducted in Hot Springs Friday St' Stephens Episcopal - Evenl Guild will meet with Mrs. o. o" Harrtaway at 8:00 i>. ni. Tuesday progress and every day we are team- Nine members or the nlythevillc {."S something new. but we arc far Rcliirv Club, including P,vsident W.. r ?" ( a p = r ' c< * I™"'!" 3e of many " McDaniel and President-ElcciLj God |>m -'^^"ISrom- use" in the! S " :d '"""lay. it was announced i llere tod:ly u ' a » ra " so ". club "We know that it is impossible for one person to know everything; but H Is essential that during high school and college training yoft tary. At 'least six Rotary-Anns i should 'earn something about everything, and in your vocational train- i wives of 'members, ulso will attend fol- firsl! Those from BlytheviHe who at- : - . . , ... , , tended were Mr. and Mrs. Doyle' wc ''« decora led with pink Turner, aunt and uncle of the bride- The napkins wore groom. Miss Prances Bright, Miss B°'<J, wlu ' tllc l " unes 0[ lhe gucsU " ?_ ' _ ° _ ' . f,r Hrtnnr fans. Inscribed in Mary Gray and Mrs. J. E. Crook. • » » Miss Dorothy Thompson Is Wed lo Gvady Markham Miss Dorothy Thompson, daughter ol Mr. and Mr.s. Roy S. Thompson of Osceola, became the bride of Grady Markiiani, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ward D. Moore also of Osceoln, in a ceremony solemnixcd Saturday night at the First Presbytcriaii Church there. The Rev. L. T, Lawrence, pastor, officiated at the single ring rilc.i in the presence ol the immediate family ol th« couple. The bride chase an aqua printed •ilk frock ftushiORed with a fitted bodice and ballerina skirt Her accessories were In white and of honor. ct l'_ I arranged sage of pink and white carnations lhc occasion. Bridge Luncheon Given By Mrs. Welch Foster Mrs. Welch Foster entertained «t j 'her home Saturday afternoon with i a brltlge luncheon honoring her I mother. Mrs. W. S. Langclon. Sixteen guests attended Ihe alfair. The table. (rom ( which the luncheon was served 'buffet style, wa.s placed otl the sunpoarch and was ov-rlnld with a luce cloth. Following the luncheon, bridge gr...cs were played \vith prizes being won by Mrs. O. S. BarnM. high, Mrs. T. J. Barnes, second, and Mrs. A. B. Holland, travelling. Bouquets 1 of Spring Mowers V3r? throughout the home for lowins his completion of the Summer lenn they will return here lo mnke their home, i Mrs. Russell K. Purr returned from a two weeks vacation in Southern Arkansas where she visited with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Plercy. Miss Margaret Crook returned to Louisiana State University. Baton Rouge. La., after spending the weekend here with her mother, Mrs .1. E. Crook. She came to attend the wedding of Miss Nanny McGill of Memphis, formerly o( Blythevtlle, to Eugene Lawson Jr., of Memphis, Saturday. . Charles l.utes has arrived from Arkansas State College. Jonesboro. where he Is a student, to spend his Summer vacation with his parents, Mr, and Mrs. Charlie Lutes. Mr. and Mrs. William P. Hardcsty and son, Ronnie left Saturday for Chicago. III., to spend a week Business Women's Chcl ic First .Baptist Church at the home of Mrs. Aivin Lane at the Hot Springs conferences. Members of the Blytheville dele- cation will leave Thursday after- neon, or Friday morning, it was Indicated, aud more than 400 mem- 7:30 p.m. Tuesday Bridge Club bejiig entertained HI the home o[ Mrs. Jesse , l)crs " ;llt lheir wiv( -' s rrori1 the S3 Taylor. clubs in Arkansas arc expected to La. Niievp Club meeting at the j atlcntt the meeting in Hot Springs. Arkansas has 80 Rotary clubs but home of Mrs. N. J. Jerome. Wednesday . j only 03 Of them are in the 138th B, H. I. M. Club meeting at the • Dis'rict. Mr. Branson said. Harold home of Mis. Paul Chambers. i Harris of Wynne is district gover- Avalon Bunco Club being enter- "or. and Harry M. Rogers. San An- 1 tained at Uie home of Mrs. Bill lonio, Tex., a past president of Ro- Oilbow. I lary International, vvill^be the of- Tovvn and Country Club meeting i ficiil l representative of" the club's at the home of Mrs. R. C. Rose. i imernation?! hc-dqu?rtcrs. J. W. Thursday ! """• president of Arkansas Poly- Phcbcan Sunday School Class of the First Baptist Church will meet at the home of Mrs. Robert Weed- ' ™ cc ced Mr. Harris. man at 7:00. p. m ' Thursday Rault.'cinb meeting at I ivAct/\s*Ir the home 61 Mrs. Hf.rold Henson fo: *-' TC31U*. K. a 1 o'clock luncheon. Thursilay Night Club members being cuiei'taincd at the home of | Hull. : i.->chnic Collcsc. RuFsellvillc. is the ; nominee for district governor to ing you should learn everything about something. "There is another view of educa-' lion. In addition to knowledge gained it involves a thoroughly trained body of mind and spirit so that nil the functions of the body and' all the faculties of the mind and nil the qualities of the spirit shall be brought to their highest potentialities. "Education is not for show; it is Reserve Officers Return From State Encampment Mrs. H. R. Aiken. guest* of his parents Mr. and Mrs. j octette CUib s was pinned at her shoulder. Uiu Judith Thompson sister of the bride, was maEd of honor. She wore for the occasion, an orchid I BI.YTHKVILI.E HOSPITAL printed silk dress w'Uh while acccs- Dismissed: . The Hospitals iorix. i Charles Markham served hU brother as best man. Mrs Markhaol ic a member of the 1946 graduating cla&; of Osceola High School. Mr. Markham i: a veteran of World War II, serving three years in the Navy. Following a wedding trip, the couple will relurn to Otceola to make their home, where he ic engaged in business. 'Weiner Roast Is Given For Girl Scout Troop 2 Mrs. Hush Whilsitt. Mrs. J. W. Rayder, Mrs. Joe Hamby and Miss Sunshine Knight enteiialned members of Troop Two of the Girls Scouts with a weiner roast Friday Mrs. Upton Booker, city. J. G. Ashley, city. Mrs. I. D. Richardson, city. Mnnolo Lewis, Pascola. Mo. Ralph Wall, city. Jtinmle Snow. city. Bennie Bosiic, city. WAM.S HOSPITAf, Dismissed: Mrs. Bill Robinson and baby, city. nembers meeting ai *' " and Leonard Olriham are in Oklahoma City. ' Oklit.. where they will attend (he | dealer showing of the 1349 Ford.! »S i o Jerry Morga'n. who attends Arkansas State College, Jonesboro, has returned home to spend the; Summer here with his parents Mr, and Mrs. J. J. Morgan;- ' Mrs. Dora Burns of Lulesvllle. | Mo., returned to her home yesterday lifter spending a week llere as guest of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Lutes and other relatives. Mr. »nd Mrs. Harold Thompson Jr.. are vacationing ror a week in Hot Springs'. Mrs. John B. Walker and Mrs. J. D. Barksdale are visiting their sisters, Mrs. Kri'.t'a - rial t and Mrs. ;';? ' ™ ! Mrs. James Hill L, 'nchcon Club at the home of Mrs. Friiluy C. B. C, Club meeting at lhe hor.-,a of Mrs. A.iA. Harily. " Alpha Beta Bunco Club being entertained J al tjey home of Mrs. Joel Francis. A '?!v. U. Ua Chapter ol Beta 'Sipmn Phi mreting at [lie home of ivtrs. jMimie Echvards. Civic Calendar Junior 7:30 p.m. Mmidar Chamber of ST. LOUIS NATIONAL STOCKYARDS. 111., M-y 24. —(UP tUSDA)—Livestock: Hogs 13.300: salable 12.5CO. com- ivircd with 18,5:0 lasl Monday. Maikct active, uneven. Weights 2:0 lb s and down 1.25-1.75 higher th-.iv Friday's average; 250-280 Ibs 2 to 3 hisher; heivier weights. 2.53-4 hiniicr. Sous 1.50-1.75 higher. Bulk SOOd end choice 170-210 lbs 25.50-26: top 26. hiuhc.u since .February G last wher. 2G.25 was paid. 2^:0-270 Ibs 2S.75-25.50; 270-350 lbs 23.50-25; 350425 lbs 21.50-23.75; 130-1CO lbs 22.5D- 24.75; 11,0-23 ubs 19.5D-2l.75. Sous •!50 Ibs down ID.SO-20.50; over 450 lb, 3 Seven Officers members of the. Reserve Icat him - must distinguish between true nd false education and remember that education which Is merely show, for social advantage, is like ainlng a man for the ministry who is lacking In total Godliness. "Where character training is emphasized, we must recognize that 'will' is thai part of being which Is the basis (or character. Training that falls sl»rt of developing the will k practically worthless. Will is thr seat of character. It is more than that. It Is the moral stamina and the moral backbone of man, and one who lacks it la weak.' "Will enables man to adapt himself to conditions about him, and the fittest are those who have the will to choose and to execute. It is here that we find the greatest difference between people. People with strong character and will-power have stability of purpose, power of adaptation and endurance. Let such a person fail in business and In- : stead of going to pieces, as some | do. he is apt to start with the frag-; ments and build mightier than be-' fore. When R person says 'I will,' there are few things that can de- TICK-THLK! If Ihsrt is lif* in your old watch, we'll put it bock in lh« running wilh guaronteed faclory workmanihip, promplly and sconomkalty. n( ModcHl Cost • ! Fifzpatrick Jewelers J | Blytheville, Ark. i Association of Blytheville I returned yesterday after attending a four-day state convention held m Little Rock last week, which was attended by some 400 reserve officers of Arkansas. The principal speaker for the convention was Maj. Gen. A. D. "It is the aim of education to CO beyond the material realm ol life and glorify the whole of life. It Is that which enables man to come close to God, and that which brings f God close to m»n. In a consecrated man God finds his fullest organ of speech; His truest expression of as. Wassell. U. S. N. R.. also participated in the program. At the final session of the convention Col. Tom E. Tappen, Jr., of Helena wu selected president for the following year. Ttiose attending from Blytheviile were: L G. Thompson, Charles Bittner. L. C. Poscy. Clarence Webb. Bernard Graham, Gene Bradley and Ivy Crawlord. i,ontinuous Kvery Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 MSTKN TO KLCN ' g:0fl a.m. _ 12:45 p.ni. 4:3* p.i Bruce, deputy commander of til* Himself. 4th Army, Fort Sam Houston, Tex- "A person's life, is never consid- -- Rear Admiral Coryden. McA. ered noble and worthwhile by what that person receives, but it Is measured by what he gives. People unconsciously seek the highest point of valuation on everything. The meadow is valued not for its beauty, but for the hay it produces; the rose bush, not for its leaves, but for the flowers it produces; the fruit trees, not for its shade, but for the ' fruit. I "In man. It Is the quality of his I soul. Jesus said: 'Blessed arc the meek for they shall inherit the earth.' The meek are those who have discovered the supreme value Last Tim« Today B.F/sDaughtSfr with Barbara Stanwyck and Van Heflln Paramount News; Also Shorts Cont. Shows Sat. 11 ».m.-11:30 p.m. Fruit stains may be removed by sponging with lemon Juice and (lien wnshiniE with hot water, ft lemon Is not availabtl , borax will ^ found | of the Kingdom of God and have Tuesday and Wednesday Tuesday Lion's Club, Hotel Commerce Noble—12:15 Mrs. John Tyrone and Mrs. Annie Lee Holt spent the weekend in Memphis, where they attended the An electric eye \vhtch can see near.v four time.s as far is not ad- j Tersely affected by outside light, snow or'rnln, has been released. night on the river bank at Barfield. Miss Knight is leader of the troop. Games were played and afterward the guests toasted marslmial- lows and roasted wciners. . • pm. Junior High Executive Board Minnie Thompson In Morrilton,! ,, f PTA—2:30 p.m. followed by PTA Ark., for a week. | meeting—3:30 p.m. American Legion—8:00 p.m. Vi'cilnesduy Kiwanis Club. Hotel Noble—12:10 Southern Baptist Convention. While p.m. Lange PTA Executive Board there they visited with the Rev. Al- —2:30 p.m. followed by PTA meet- fred Cat|>eiiter. formerly of here, [ ing—3:30 p.m. but who is now with the Convention Thursday n Atlanta, Oa. Rotary Club, Hotel Noble—12:10 Mr. and Mrs. James C. White are , p.m. Meeting of paren'.s interested the parents of a daughter bom' in OHcivrn's Band ?tudy. Ki^h May 22 nt the Cabarraus County i School Band room—7:30 p.m. General Hospital in Concord. N. C. j TTisir nrst child, she has not yet been named. Mrs. White is the former Miss Katie Lou Thompson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Thompson of BlytheviHe. THE ^HW WOT U0W; '/mv^/,^ I /I BEST-LOOKING — — steers on sale and a modest supply ut heifers ar.d mixed butcher yeai- linss offered. Cow.s iti liberal .supply. 1 with around 35 per cent of supply i made up ol this class. Asking un- ' evenly higher on steers, liei'ers and I cows. Some deals unevenly strong j lo 50c higher. Bulls fully steady, i Vealers, steady lo 50c higher. 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