The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 14, 1948 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, June 14, 1948
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f PAGE TOUR (ARK.) COUIUKR oce ety * Phone 4461 Mtti McCann Is Engaged To Charles Dana Munsell Mr. *nd Mrs. E. W. UcCann of Coour, Mo, today announce th« »n£a^*m»nt. fcnd approaching mar. ri»s« of their daughter. Miss Helen McCmn, to Charles Dana Muiwell Jr., Km of Mr. and Mi. 1 ;. Cbarli'S Uaua MUQ»11 Sr., of Kansas City, Mo. for the wedding will IM at a later date. Miss McUanu was graduated from the University of Missouri, Columbia, where she received » bachelor of science degree with a major in vocational iicune economics. Shu , was a member of the Alpha dam- ' ma Dtlu Sorority there. Mr. Muiiiell. who served two years with the Navy during World War II, U now » student in electrical engineering at the University of *4Usouii. He U a, member o! Pi Kspp* Alpha fraternity. Miss Linebarger Wed To Robert L. Rossier Uiii Verna Linebarger, (laughter tt Mrs Aille Nolan of L'.ixorn, became the bride of Robert L. Horsier, son of Mayo: nyside, Calif., emnlzed MI Presbyterian Miu Ola Oalowka of Sunuysldc, •erved. Miss Linebarger as nulii of honor and bridesmaids were Mrs. Charle& B. Slrnenstad of Suunysicie, Mn. Charles W. Rossier of San Bernardino and Miss Louise Thompson. The bride, given in marrlai'f! 'oy Warren steele, chose a kelly ;ri;en gaberdine suit with beige accessories. She pinned a corsage of yellow orchids at her shoulder. Charles W. Rossier served his bra- . ther as best man and William B. Cam pen »«s* usher. A reception was held following i the -wedding ceremony and the couple are now making their home in Burbank, calif. Mrs. Ro&sier was graduated from Mrs. Farrell'i private School in Memphis and is now employed by the American Associated Insurance Company In Los Angeles Mr. Rossier graduated from Mabton High School and attended the University of Washington, Seattle, before entering the Army Air Corns where he served four years. Engaged €*>: Bits of News Mr. and Mrs. W. - B. Nicholson, 1115 West Walnut, returned to Blythevilie yesterday after a short vacation during which they visited several points of Interest In Northwestern Arkansas, Mr. Nicholson is superintendent of Blythevtlle schools. Joy Jackson and suiette Maun of Brownsville. ,Tenn., are spending a week here a-s guests of their aunt, Mrs. E. M. Terry Sr. Miss Alice Saliba left today for 96 Sudbury Pupils Maintain Perfect SchoolAttendance Th» name* of student* ot Sud- biuy School who had * perfect attendance record for (he past jcliool year »nd also for the second semester »ere announced today by Mrs. I. E. Fry, principal. having perfecC attend* IK-C for the whole Mhool year were Jarne* Garnetl. Dorothy Jcnn Hrackln, Ventlce Bowlln, Marie Kelly, Parr.ell Barnes. Clifford Goodson. Billy Haney, Bobby Richardson, Maicla Lee Webb. Danny Joe Bratcher. Jerry Lutz, John Richard Nelson, Shirley Ann Kln- nonmonth. Lola Clyde 'Lewis, Larry Leonard Campbell, Mary I,ou Garnett, Lubert* Henson. L«rry Joe Baker, Susan Moore. Martha -Jane Bartholomew, Sue Bessley, Lattnt Lite Owens, Clara Mnlllns, Olivia Skellon, Billy Peterson. Bobby Joe Smith. Louise Goff. Virginia Everett, Hlrarn Snodgrass, cieo Wayne Pope, Edgar Allen Shanks, Glcnda Lewis. Joyce Boolcs, Peccy Bales, Edward Peterson, Albert Hart, Bar- « MONDAY, JUNri'l4,1948; she girl's camp for t'.vo month* Mr. and Mis \V. E. Glllesple have as their guest Mrs. Rose Frizzeli of Little Rock. Mr. and Mrs. 1-ewis Baugher and sons Jimmy Jean and Kenny left Sunday .to spend their Summer vacation In Detroit. Mich.. Canada, The engagement o! Miss Helen ! Nl ' 8ai '» Falls - New Yt »' lc clt y » ntl Lure, North Carolina, where hara Watklns, Paul Decn Wright will be a counselor for the Jerry Edmon Cab>:, Earl Allen' Rainbow Girls Attend • f urefca Springs Meeting Miss Juanita Eberdt, grand rep- jregentatlve of the Canal Zone and At The Hospitals Illythfville llnsiiila! W. H. Northern. Slccle, Mo. K. R. KYnkes, Steele. Mrs. J. W. Scott. Steele. Walls DismisMCd: Elmer Thenifl.s, Osccoln, .-irk. Jnmc.s McMlnn. Hornersvillc, Mo. Mrs. George Saliba and baby, city J. B. smiui, city. Mrs. Joe Pounds and baby, Steole. Bobby Joe Jones, city. R. H. Hntlcy, Steccl. Mrs. Molly Manning, Steele. folk, Va. Mrs, T. C. Hatcher and Ronald Tllmttn attended a fish fry and family reunion at Reel Foot Lake yesterday. Bill Banister. A. Crowe, Hilly Hyde. James Neal Moore, Maurice Cllve. Webb, Virginia Irene fiakn. Patsy Henson. Nina Jean Richardson, Veinon Alken, Bobby K Francis and Frances Rose. Those having perfect attendance for the second semester were Honald Cain, Billy Gllbow. Bobby Jo Alley, Marjorle Daiigherty, Gallya Stilwell, Drewey O'Dell, Wltbtirn I'almer, Ralph Snyrter, Ruth Busby, Shirley Ann Lovelntly, Billy Baker Kelly Jones. Tommy Lovclady] Robert Miller, Cannon Simpson Carlene Tate, Tommy flames:', Onrole Lynn Burns, Freddie Konns- vllle. John Robert Stovall, Leon l-«we, Edward Wlmberly, M. J Mullins. Nicky Weedman. Robert Hy l:\n\e Klnarrl, NKA J-'asliion KilJtor N1SW YOHK, (NEA) —Fashions Coming Events Social Calendar Monday Women's Auxiliary of Ihe First Presbylerlan Church meeting in circle groups. Circle One, Mrs. W. H. Pease with Mrs. Henry Lay.son aj co-hostess; Circle Two, Mis. Hermon Canton; Circle Three, Mrs, Aubrey Coiuvay; Circle Four with Airs. C.- II. Blakeiuore with Mrs. C, • member ol the Grand cross of P. Rambo as co-ho5te.s.s at 2:30 p.m., Color, Susie Cratton, grand rs-p- . nml Business Women's Circle will resenUtive of Virginia and Kay meet sit Ihe home of Mr s . C, M. Coiston, a member ot the Grand Qr«y with M'.ss Mny Dixon as co- Crou of the Color of the Rainbow lio.iicr^ at a o'clock. GWs are attending the Grand As- Tuesday aembly of the Rainbow Girls in ai- .reka Springs, Ark., this week. They were motored there Saturday by \rr. and Mrs. Rupert Crafton and will return home Fii- the Drop-in Party Is Given Honoring Miss -Maxwell OSCEOLA, Ark., June U—Mi.vs ' G))_nda Maxwell was complimented i Saturday afternoon when iSrs. | M»nroe Maxwell and Mrs. Ambrose Tri-Town CSub meeting at home of Mrs. Newton WhitU. Wednesday Avnlon Bunco Club beinp eutpr- taincd at the home of Mrs. Frert Davis on E. Kentucky. Thursday B R. c. Club being entertained at the homo of Mrs.'Riissell Wert. Octette Club meeting at the home of Mrs. R. c. Rose. Thursday Hook Club being enter- Daws will go to Brooklyn. N. Y. i Penny, where she will visit with Mr. and i Mrs. Homer W. Dnws and family' (for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Qulncy King and children, Sally and Jack, have returned to their home In Springfield. Mo., after visiting here us guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Jerry Poe. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Hoke and son, Stuart are spending a two weeks vacation In Ranclto, N. Mex., and will also visit with his mother, Mrs. Earl Hoke In Soquel, Calif, before returning home. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Jaggers and daughters left for Mohawk. N. Y\, where they will visit wllh her parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Edwards. Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Mahon. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Council and Elmo Connell were In St. Louis yesterday where they attended the ball games. fabric designed to enhance the eye- catching appeal of sun dresses, peddle pushers and beach coats. This newly developed fabric is a wrinkle-defying adetale rayon which! Is also able to resist stretching or sai;gingr. For proo^ that, sharkskin .sacrifices no crispness by taking on. these new attractions, look at the sleek beach coat, center. The crisp finish of the fabric Inspir I the crisp tailoring of this back.- belted coat with ihirt-slyled cufls nd collar. Hop-sacking, novelty basket Japanese Peace Treaty to Face Additional Delay WASHINGTON, June H. (UP) - Tht ncnr-forKOlten Japanese peace treaty issue is fated to remain on Senate to Review American Policy On Aid to China WASHINGTON, June H. (UP)— , ~ C .., B „„„- Thc ^"y debated policy of Amcil- tflined at the home ol Mrs Dale' China comes up for Scn- -- ome ' nle review today. Mr.'and Mrs James Terry en-' „ !' lllvol . v « « decision on wh / ier --•'""<= — «»»<:" ana ~ia. Auiurusa tertainine members nf Ihi. Wriohi I s countr y should assume what .Ttaford entertained wijh «n infor- ocurin W cddl' le iwr°v will , «I' S0( " c Sellillo « r <*"<-d «» a military I drop-in party at Mrs. Maxwell's home. The refreshment table, from vhich assorted party foods wore •enred, was centered with a crystal bowl filled with red roses. Other decorations used were tall vases of pink and blue hydrangeas. Approximately 25 members of the .younger group were aniong lho.;a -who called from 3 o'clock until * • j o'clock. INOW! at B o'clock. 1'riilay C. B. C. chib meeting at the home of Mrs. C. S. Dowdy. Alpha Beta Club bciuc entertained at the home ol Mr.s. Lane Nowcll. G. N. B. Club being enlcrlninccl at the home of Mrs. Weklon W Ncbel. : commitment to back the nnti-Com- j mimlst government, or whether U. I S. help should be concentrated in j Quadruplets Are Born by Caesarian Section BRISTOL. Enj., June 14. (UP) — Charles Good saw hLs tour newborn daughters for the first time today said they and their mother were "dour: nicely," and prUlcfully went weaves »nd butcher-linen will »lso go down lo the se» this summer calling attention to the good looks and serviceability of spun rayons. Many are washable, and can be ironed when almost dry with n hot iron. One which adds this solid virtue to Its fashionable at- tractjons—the soft drape and the luxurious feel of fabric—makes the three-piece black-and-white striped play suit, left. Play suit and separate skirt claim as their ne* style champion a midriff-sheathing blatk. cummerbund. .re ,or t,e of and ' n «« bly will uuo next year 'it wasdts" mA "" 8CR f ° v hls clm »°!> >er - "Thc'i- in Civic Calendar tary of state George C. Marshall Gen. Douglas MacArthur, the American Far Eastevn commander, nnrt Lt. Gen. Albert c. Wedcmcyer, tormer presidential .agent in China. The issue will be fought out by (he Senate Appropriations Commit- Junior Board Chamber of of Directors—I :30 .. 'I'uc.stUly Club. Hotel Noble— 12:15 tee in completing a review of House cuts in the foreign spending pro- Brains ror China, Western Europe, -!•-- >"rupicd. areas and Grcccc- Commci-cei Turkey. closed today. Only a major break in East-West differences would prompt car'y thought on a Japanese pact according lo reliable informants. Eve'i then factors outsioe the "cold war" may delay a formal peace conference for the Par East. Nearly a year ago, the United States proposed thai a preliminary coulercnoe be held forthwith to start work on a peace settlement. The familiar Soviet "Nyet.' uio) came by return mail. China objec'.- eil to tlic procedure proposed b'y this country and started a compromise role which failed. The present state of affairs regarding Japan is traced by e>v3- ricnccd diplomatic officials to . .;- lerenccs between the Western powers and Russia in Europe. Neither :.irte will ounge on Japan pending a broader settlement on outstanding issues elsewhere, including tbe unwritten Gorman and Austrian pacts. The United States wants the Jl nations comprising the Eastern Commission to write the Japanese treaty without the veto. Russia insists that cnly the Soviet Union (he United States. Britain, and CJiina—with the velo— should bargain directly on Japan's future. China wants INnation participation, but with the veto held by the big four nations in the Pacific. "Tiiey'i-a line little girls." GooU ; said, after peering at the quadruplets through a Rlnss witidou 1 in the nursery of the Southmcad Hospital. j They were burn Saturday. Mra I Good Ls 27. ! The quads were born at South• mead Hospital by Caesarian .section after an X-ray examination Friday. They were rtljout one month pvc- mntuie taut perfectly developed, according 10 Dr. Phillips, Southmead medical superintendent. The earliest known date inscribed upon what is known as a "grandfather's clock" is I(j8!. Don't Forget the Big BINGO PARTY WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16 AMERICAN LEGION HUT Prizes Valued Not Less Than $5 All Proceeds Will Go For Building School in Blythevilie Sponsored by the Ladies of rh« Catholic Church bill. Tfie measure went to the Whue House for President Truman's signature. The canceled provision would have barred payment of any ot the funds to federal workers in a tin- ion officers have not filed the Tnft-Hart)ey'!aw anti-Communist nftidavit with the National Labor Relations Board. Anti-Red Provision Dropped from Fund Bill lot FOUNTAINS: I Everywhere! ! Lion's p.m. American Lesion—8:00 p.m. \Yednes [lay Klwanas Club. Hotel Noble—12-10 p.m. Thursday Rotary Club. Hotel Noble—!•'•10 p.m. Read Courier News Waul Ads House action called for WASHINGTON. June 14. (UP) — furnishing $400.000.000 !» aid (o ' rhc HCUM todiiy approved a Sen- ConcralLviiino Chnnir Knl-Shek's' Ale amendment elkmlnnling an Nationalist government on the same ' 01M ' - Communist provision from basis as Hint behind efforts lo Hie K4S.4H255 Treasury post OI- "()i)nraiitine Communism" in Greece """ atirt Turkey. But immihs ngo. the Senate Foreign Relations Committee — with arnrchairs backing—took patns lo eliminate such an approach In ! Chinese aid on frounris it would involve at least a limited American ; commitment to aid Chiang's antl- Jads are Veen fcr this flavor team There's goodness acid bounce in every ounce ol (Ills stays-crisp n«w csrea.1 . .. with Corn, lor flavor and oneroy, and Soya, for hody-building nutrients. The protein valuo ol one ounco of Corn-Soya wilh four ounces of milk equals that of one egg with three slices of bacon. Vitamins and minerals, too. Get joins al your Grocer's today. lice supplemental apprcprmtic-n Communist military efforts. The Senate committee unanimously recommended that Chinese aid, except for a "token" sum, be administered on the same basis as the European Recovery Program- tor economic recovery nlone. Docs Your Father want a Distinctive Gift On June 20rh? That unusual gin. correctly wrapped and properly offered with a Norcros.s card, is here at The GSFT SHOP Moss Bryan 10,1 East Main Street Do you suffer distress from With Its Nervous, Highstrung Feelings? 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The 49 Ford On Display FRIDAY, JUNE 18 At Phillips Motor Co. Fifth * Walnut Esther Williams Hard Boiled Mahoney with Leo Gorcey Tuesday and Wednesday "OCBLF. »owt< HEPBURN-HENREID-WALKEB ME1 PltOOUCllONS. THE ADVENTURES OF

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