The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 2, 1948 · Page 5
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_ WEDNESDAY. JUNE 2,, 1948 State to Choose ' Miss Arkansas' 1948 Beauty Contest To Be Held June 30, July 1 in Newport "y John H Arkansas 0 ^' **'' June 2l (UP) - nation, 5 prl, 1B pomtS^'and* cold M™ . " d the Pettiest face. t!>e trimmest ankle and the shapeliest "Sure In the state. ti t,!il! an S s " bcaut y pageant here V f" ne =° an d July 1, sponsored by the Young Business Men's Club of Arkansas. BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER Press Photographer Queen Miss pted to coelto eted title now held by blonde stataes- que Pam Camp of Little Rock. To the winner will go an expense-paid trip to the National *f, ?,' C ° htest thls Summer In Atlantic city, N. j., and a chance to become "Miss America of 1948" She will carry the hope of match- lug the showing made two years ago by Miss Becky McCall of Blytheville who was named national 1 runner-up. * least 50 of the state's love- - = «.- > --. *^.".*.., -t.^uo, JMUUI-I wus cnoscn iroin 19 at unmarried girls between thei olher contestanU at vickery Park Amusement Center in Dallas to be and 28 «*ar s are ex-] "Miss Dallas-Port Worth Press Photographer." Miss Sullivan will' represent the Dallas-Fort Worth Press Photographers Assn. at the National Convention in Atlantic City, where a National Queen wilt be chosen — (NBA Telephoto). Wedding Plans of Michael and Anne Wrapped in Mystery; Vatican Objects before the hometown Now, even a month state contest, several beauties have been selected, and plans are being made for pageants in many Arkansas towns and cities Miss Iris Jean Logan, the 19- year-old daughter of \V. A. Logan will carry the hopes of Arkadelphia into the state contest. Miss Logan is a graduate of Arkadelphia High School and is a sopho , By Bruce W. Munn I United Press Staff Correspondent Henderson state more student teachers college. "Miss Hope" Chosen . Miss Bonnie Anthony, the daugh- LONDON, June 2. (UP)—An air of mystery surrounded the wedding Bourbon-Parma today. The latest report from Athens, where the ceremony was to have been performed this weekend, said The Vatican is reported to have demanded that any children born of the union be reared as Romnn -- - — s . Catholics. Michael is rejwrted uu- plans of former King Michael of willing to meet those terms because Romania and Princess Anne ol of the possible effect it might have on chances of himself of his children regaining the throne of Ro- !r..vnia. Copenhagen, scat of the Bourbon- Parma family, would neither confirm or deny reports of Anne's illness. She has been seen several Movie Starlet Weds Wealthy Sportsman WEST PALM BEACH, Fla.. June 2. (UP)—Movie Starlet Karen Booth and sportsman Alan Carlisle left. for a honeymoon in the Bahama Islands today following their ilrst- day-of-Jmie wedding yesterday at "Emerald Lane", fashionable Palm Beach residence of Mr. »nd Mn. Byron Ranging. The newlywcds were aboard Carlisle's yacht "Ticonderoga." 'nvciily-slx-year-old Miis Booth, whose acliial name is June Prances Hoffman, and Carlisle, M, were married at 4 p.m. in a simple ceremony that took place In the garden ol the Ramsing estate. Only close friends were present. The Rev. Don Alvin Cook, pastor of tlie Lake Worlli. Fla., Calvary Methodist Church, read the vows. Mrs. Ramsing was matron of honor 3!)d Mr. Hamsing acted as best man. Miss Booth is a former model and rising MGM actress who starred in "The Unfinished Dance" and "The Big City." She is the daughter of Mrs. Eba Hoffman ol Los Angelej Carlisle is from East Isllt, N. Y. and Palm Beach. The couple will visit Cat Cay, then pail up the Atlantic to Maine. Pol- lowlng the honeymoon, thev will spend the Summer in California reluming to Pnlm Beach for the winter season. it had been postponed because o! Anne's illness. It was said that Anne and Michael were expected in Blytheville Pilots' Club Plans Monthly Meeting —.„ ».. u ».. i^.iQLi ncic- cAJJUULCU in ••v-ua. ujic; iirto utcii seen several three or four days, when an honor > times ovfr the weekend in th« gar- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Graydon Ant- ^. lace .™° hony, will represent Hope. She was Sj. r ° yally ' raduated ^" guard of government military forces would escort the royal lovers to palace rooms previously occupied "" including the Duke of graduated from Hope High School and attended Monticello College at Godfrey, 111. She was runner-up In the "Princess Alberta" contest In Hempstead County last year. Miss Van Louis McDantel. the daughter of Mrs. Louis McDaniel I "'," " .-•"•"^ vi omv^ UI zrupu r-iu.-s will represent Forrest City She' tolti the United Press that if Mich- iehl rn-pri^ ael and the Danish princess are me of the biggest factors in the series of delays that have given the romance an on-again, off- again flavor may be religion. A high Vatican source ciose to the secretariat of state of Pope Pius was chosen as one of eight co-eds at. Rollins College in Winter Park, Fla., this year for the beauty sect- Ion of the school annual. And two of her older sisters previously have been elected "beauty queens" in other contests. Carring the honor of Searcy will be Miss Lavoni* Williams, the 18-year-old daughter of Everett j Williams, she was named "Miss Searcy"durlng the recent Straw' berry Festival and was crowned queen during the annual carnival. Beauty pageants are scheduled i • In North Little Rock June 4, Little Rock June 5, Blytheville June 9, and Helena June 17. . | Seventeen, contestants already have registered for the BIythe- i ville contest. They will model even- Ing dresses and bathing suits, and attend a dance afterward. Miss Mary Lou Joyner was "Miss Blytheville last year. At least 25 young ladies already have entered the "Miss Helena" contest. The winner will be given a complete wardrobe by Helena business firms for her trip to Newport, The Helena contest will be held June 17 to jjcrmit returning college girls to compete. the _._ , , . ^.^ married in the Greek Orthodox Church as planned, the Holy See will consider the marriage "Illicit." Anne is a Roman Catholic; Michael, a Greek Orthodox. den and at Kastrup Airport, "aid appeared in good health. If anything, it was stid, the princess suffered from tension caused by the itiist'ttled condition of her romance. Princess Margaret, Anne's mother, arrived in Copenhagen last night from a flying visit to Switzerland, where she conferred with Michael. "There is oo information at all." she told reporters. "I have just been on a trip to Lausanne and there is no more to say about it." Copenhagen reported growing ..p. prehension that the marriage might have been postponed indefinitely. A check tailed to reveal any reser- Members of the Blytheville Private Fliers Association will hold their monthly meeting at II o'clock tomorrow night in the Transient Pilots' Lounge at Ihe Municipal Airport, BPFA Secretary w. H. Yarbrough announced today. Presbyterians Conclude General Assembly Today ATLANTA, Ga., June 1. '(UP) _ The «th General Assembly of ths Southern Presbyterlmi Church was to adjourn shortly before noon today after session which began here last Thursday. In closing hows of Ihe sessions Ust night and today, the assembly heard reports of standing committees and voied a benevolent budget of *4,WO,000 (or the 1MO-50 church year. The assembly also agreed to raise »0,000 for special work among Negroes. This money will be raised bv a special collection in Piesbyteriaii churches. Next year, the General Assembly will meet In Montreal. N. C, on the fourth Thursday In May. The assembly decided yesterday to postpone for live years any consideration of the proposed union of the Southern and Northern branches of the Presbyterian Church. Carpenter at Stuttgart Fatally Injured in Fall STUTTGART, Ark., June J. (UP) —Funeral services are being planned here today for J. E. Thomason. 40. Stuttgart carpenter who wns killed when he fell from a barn roof near here yesterday. Thomason fell when a guy wire broke and the rafters on which he was working collapsed. He died en- roule to a Memphis hospital. Thomason is survived by his wife, one son and one daughter, all of Stuttgart. Police Take Over Investigation of "Thrown" Game WINSTON-SALEM, N. C,, June 3. (UP)_Poii ce ^pped into tho caso of a "thrown" Carolina League biusebuli gan, e (od ly , n<r „ , er-maiiager wlio confessed taking a. bribe and n club official he implicated were banned from the sport Minor League Commissioner George Tnuitmun blew the lid off Hie newest gambling scandal to cloud the baseball scene when he announced thai Rerimrrt De Forge, pllclier-inaiiKser of the Reldsvillc, N. C. club had admitted receiving $300 for throwing a game against Wlnston-Salem May u «,,d charg- valions out of the city In the next few days for Anne or her mother. A spokesman for Michael said the wedding was delayed because ol too much publicity. He said Michael wanted to keep his personal affairs "strictly private." Sources close to the Vatican .laid marriage in a Greek Orthodox church would place the young prin cess outside the Roman Catholic Church "In grave sin." "As Princess Anne is by birth a Roman Catholic," the source said "marrying in. any rite which Is not that of the Church ol Rome, she wiil automatically lose all privileges and rights of the Catholic Church. Schuman Wins Seventh Vote of Confidence PARIS, June 2.—<UP1—Premier Robert Schuman won his seventh vote at confidence in the National Assembly yesterday. Schuman staked "the life of his government on its right to dismiss 150,000 civil employes as an economy measure. A week-end compromise formula designed to meet the objections of the Socialists to the government measure solved the crisis even before It came to a vote. Super-speed Xrray movies which take pictures faster than you can blink an eye have been demonstrated to physicists. SALE All Items in Our Show Coses We are closing out our accessories for 1942-1948 FORD Our Supply Is Limited Come In Early PHILLIPS Motor Co. Phon« 4453 BlytherilU, Ark. Grenadier Sport Shoes Men! It's time for coo! sporl oxtordi Here's jur. 1 one of the summer spor styles you'll find at Wards . .. i broivn leather, ven vamp oxforc" Come in to see all the other style riglil for summer wear. The price it right too! Goodyear welts. 6 to 11. 6 75 .noet may be added fo Tim« Poymwif PurchaMi A GOOD PLAte to BUT GOOD SHOES FOR AU THE FAMILY NOW! at FOUNTAINS Everywhere! «! Id WeUig»rten, »«ereUi7-tr»»»- iirer or Florence, S. C., of th« TH- 6tat« L*nue with being In on the coup. Trsutmui, In «ddltlon to pltelnt oolh on the "perrrunently Ineligible list,' d«m»nded criminal wtlon under a North Caroline u* which calls for one to five yeir« Imprisonment for accepting or offering a bribe in t baseball gsuiie. Police were quick to follow Uirodsh. Chief John Gold of th. Winslon-Salem force said he already hid detailed facts on the cue «»d was continuing an extensive investigation. Gold pointed out, however, that a criminal case would require more evidence than a baseball p ro be ••: couldn't B »y what action might be laken," he said. "Tint «in d«p«nd on the fact* we uncover." Meanwhile, Charlotte, N C police revealed they wer« checking Marriage Th* ol county clerk: Walter » «ns Mrs. Marl* AW1 o< Jarne* w. ' HutehbMM Cuba Holrarc* Doward K. J. Richard Roberta of « and Mia* Mary EHmbeth oj Little Hock. If'you were {ravMlng on • Ware," you would be Into reports of a gamblln* c the May 1« Tri-BUH TuS between Charlotte and VloreneZ Chief Prank Uttlejoha Mid he hi* no deflnlU evidence M yet, ^^ The Hotel Noble chef invites you fo try his " Dish of the Day"for50c Served in our air-conditioned coffee shop • Based on Avora;* Household Rate*. Experts have it all figured out that one million sopranos, singing al the top of their lung power, can manage to generate enough electricity to light up a single loo-watt electric bulb. Seems like a lot of wasted talent, when it's so mnch easier to flip a switch —and a lot cheaper! (As a matter of fact, a penny's worth of electricity can keep that bulb going for almost three hoursl) « This is merely our way of reminding you that electric service — for lighting, or cooking, or cleaning, or sewing or laundry work — is just about the lowest item in your family budget. Fact is, the average American family is still getting twice as much electricity for its money as it got zo years ago. In an era of sky-high costs, that's service —for a song! Listen t« the SUMMER ELECTRIC HOUR — mrj Sud*r, t:M f. M, CST, CBS. Ark-Mo Power Co,

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