The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 17, 1948 · Page 4
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Publication:
Location:
Blytheville, Arkansas
Issue Date:
Thursday, June 17, 1948
Page:
Page 4
Cancel
Start Free Trial

Page 4 article text (OCR)

TAGE FOUR •*T,YTHEVIU.E (ARK.) COUtUfcR NETV* THUUFDAY, JL'NK 17, 1948 Society l\leu*i * Phone 44«l Mist Willagene Daws' Marriage Is Announced Mr. and Mn. O. V. DAWS today announced the marriage of llicir; daughter, MJss Floye Willaecne Daws, to Orvlll* O. Elkliis Jr., son • of Mr- and Mrs. O. O. Elklns Sr. | Th« wedding was »o)einnlzej May > *, in Pijgott, Ark. I The bride chose a navy blue ga- I berdln» JUlt with grey accessories.. Mr»- Bklns was graduated from Blytheville High School this year where she was a majorette with the band, a member of the Red I Pepper Club, Beta Club, Garden Club and Home Economics Club. Mr. Elklns was graduated from Blytheville High School and served three years overseas with the Navy during World War II. The young couple will make Lhelr home In Blytheville where Mr. El- klru li connected with the Standard Oil Company. Miss Donner Is Wed To Calvin E. Lamb Miss Nalda Jean Donner of Manila became the bride of Cnlvln E. Ijamb of Memphis In a double rir.i; '. ceremony solemnized June 11 al' ]1 o'clock In the rectory of the, Immaculate Conception Churcn j h?re. Miss Donner is the daughter, laRi'ne Daws' 'Married •X :•»: a**:.;** :•::»:;«-«»!:•::«!:»"•"«! I Bits of News Mrs. Ouy Trissler and Infant daughter, Jeannlet will leave Monday for Corpus Ohristl, Tex., where they will Join Chief Petty Officer Trissler who Is stationed with the Navy there. Mrs. Trissler is the former Miss Nancy Klrshncr. Pat Burks left yesterday for Long Deacli. Calif., where he will visit with relatives. He will also visit In Sanla Ft, New Mexico and In TTIS- con, Ariz., where he will be the guest of Loy Eich and Kcnnetli Hood, who formerly resided In Dlylhevllle. W. J. Wundeillch left yesterday for Springfield, Mo., where he will consult Dr. Louise I.ennert. who is a bone specialist. He will also visit with his mother, Mrs. W. J. Wnn- tlerllch during his two weeks st»y there, Mr. and Mrs. Travis Els\vlck of Columbus, Ohio, led yesterday after a visit here wllh Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Wheat for several days. They are cnroute to the West and will visit Mr. and Mrs. ' Harold Wood In Clarksvllle before continuing their American Children Face History's Worst Shortage of Schools, Facilities This Fall Mrs. Frank A. Edrinston of Os- ceoia wa.s before her marriage June 10 »t Ihe Fir.sL Presbyterian Church in Osceola. Miss Anltn Pay nc.'k. <iJUiKhter ul Mr. afid Mr,s. H. M. Heck of Blythcvill*. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Donner of ( O. Elkliis Jr.. son ol Mr. nnd Mrs. lrli>. Mr. Elswlclc was stationed at of Manila. The Reverend Paul Bujarskl officiated at the rites, The bride, given in marriage by her father was gowned in sheerest white,organdy over satin and she wore a fingertip veil fashioned ot , net. She carried * white Bible top- j ped with a white orchid from' which fell white satin streamers, j Bridesmaids were Miss Virginia [ Tay Fleeman and Miss Barbara Donner ol Manila, Miss Fleemnn wore t white linen frock witn while accessories and Miss Domirr chose a whit* waffle ntque with white accessories. They pinned cor- 1 O. O. Elkin.s Si., wiis made lodny [ by her parents. Mr. atlrt Mrs. G. V. Daws o! Hlvirieville. Rainbow Girls Elect at Eureka Springs EUHEKA SPRINGS. Ark., June 17. i UP)—The 21st Grand Assembly of the Arkansas Rainbow Girls was Jn adjournment iod,iy alter the election of Doris Dooly of Forl Smith as grand worthy advisor. More Ihnn 300 (IcleRjUcs attended At The Hospitals Wjlhevllle Hospital Dismissed: Mrs, Charles Davis, city, Martha Ann Ray, city. Betty Jo CircBK. city. Dismissed: Charley Moore. Ltlboum, Mo. Mrs, Steele. oJhn Billett and baby. sages of red carnations shoulders. ' I Murray Moor, of Memnhis. sen- Rehearsal Dinner Given «d Mr. Lamb M best man. Immediately following the cere- By Mr., Mrs. mony a reception was held at the home of the bride's parents in Manila. After the reception Mrs. Lamb left on after which thej' will return Memphis to make their home where Mr. Lamb is employed. the ,,ir base here in Blytheville d,,r- Sr^.y .^bl?: tig the war. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Book and Other officers elected \scre Pat i Overby of Osceola, grants worthy WASHINGTON W£A)—Ml.llom of U. H. kids eagerly awaited summer vacation. School officials dreaded it. They know tluu ncxl fall they will fute Die v/oi'si shortage of school hulM- itig.i and facilities that America hai ever experienced. They know thnt this summer isn't Bolng to be long enough for them lo do much jtboiit ibe mualkm. It will just mean three hectic months of trying to line up more churches, private homes, public buildings ann wjirchou.sc'-s — anything which will subsUuUc for a classroom. H wiH me:m planning to put thousands of more schools on double .shifts. That's the outlook described by Ray L. Uamon, -school building ex- perl ol Ihe U. S, O/ftce of Education. fie vet a L factors have combined (luring the la.st few years to crca.se t]ji,s had situation. Normal school construction w«s slopped durliif; the war. Shortages of maicrtals iu»U the l.ifjh co* I i>f con.struotion during the war have kept the building 1 of new schools and their repair to ;ibom h«lf the iionnul level since the war. And even hL'lorc the \vai, MirvL'VK revealed that in many sec lions oi the country .school facilitits weron'i adequate. AtlclL-ci to Umi tins the iucresw- ui K number of cliiluren entering .schools us n rcMili of the war b.i'oy boom. Before and during the w<c the Eivcrase mnnber of children reaching school ngc eac'h year uv. a little more than two million. Next Full it is estimated that very clo^e to three million will show up at school after Labor Day ready to .start their formal education. According to the latest study of An old residejice is a maks-shilt school building for these Alabama children. Stairways are narrow and inadequate; crumbling plaster nipper right) Is an ever-present danger. We the Women The woman wlio makes a lasting mpiesjsion on those she meets i Imost always the woman who con- enuates all of her efforts on be- ig one thing. And when you've met her y.y. •emi'inlicr her for lhat one thing. Perhaps it Is for her charm, if ,o, you may be sure she makes * eal effort to please. Or it ma> tie for her good looks— ,11 which case she probably spend* Ear more time and thought on her loofc.s and the selection of her clolnes than does the average wo- :nan. Or. perhaps, it is her vivacity, and if so it is almost certain s.i» has recognized that as her greatest asset, and lias cultivated it. f A. Tne woman who rarely makes * detinue or vivid impression on others is the woman who has never cwieent rated on developing any ona side of her personality until ii U really ouUstanding. H's No Accident Chances are it has r.ever eveti occurred tfl her that women who hai'a more definite personalities than hers probably decided early in lifo what they wanted to be and what impression they wanted to make— and laen concentrated on being lhat one thing- More than likely she thinks it, is jnst ai-cfdt-iil that Mrs. Smith is . T charming, that Mrs. Jones has a .sparkling gaiety that enlivens any gathering, or that Miss Smith always look.i attractive. But it L C II't chance- it's concentration thai .sets these women ppaix frotn other women. Read Courier News Want Adi. family haves M their guest-for two, BSSOC , atc n dvlsor; Corlta Bowers of the USOE, the nation needs abo.r. weeks Mrs. Books' mother. Mrs. Elva DCW L U grand Charity- Wam.:i Durchet of Ad v mice. Mo. | Slimmers of Parayould, firand Gay Gnrrlgnn, Ramona Crafton, Hope . Dixie An|1 W alker of Eure- A]ice Sue Crafton. Patsy Besharse, Mary Frances Gaines, Ann McLeod and Betty Nell Holland left Tuesday morning for Camp nio Vista. Hardy, vt i| e _ where they will have a cottage for| Sllc ji m -,is two weeks. Miss Nancy Fonder c-Tj treasurer. Walnut Ridge, will chaperone them. | They were motored ' there by Mr. t nnd Mrs. Billy .jjalnes and Mrs. Hosco Crafton. ~~ Mr. and Mrs. I.loyd Ward Jr.. left Swnday for Hardy, Ark., where they will spend the Summer months at their Summer resort. Rio Vista. Mrs. U U Ward left Sunday for & few days stay at Rio Vlstn, Hardy, Ark. ka Springs t'l^nd Faith; Janis 1 of Fort -Smith, Brnml drill lender; Alul putterson Rrnn rt iccorder; of clarks- nml Betty of Sheridan, grand OSCEOUA, Ark.. June. 17—Mr, and Mrs. H. L. Maxwell will enter- „..„, 1W1C „....,, .., ,.., & ._ ' .^. ' ? i tflln tonight at their home with j brother Ouy Harris In Salem, Ark., >fedame ' ' • ; a rehearsal dinner for members of | for seVernl dnys the Maxwell-Henley wedding party. Bowery 'Queen 1 is Saved from Pauper's Grave billion woiUi of new schools antl repairs on old schools. That floes not include the Jiceii for colleges and universities. Where the money will come from to pay for this giant building pro- Kiam LS the big problem, Mosi local ccimmuiiik'.s aie straining their lax it»;ources to pay for running c.x- ;>en,sc.vs. There have been 18 staves •.vi)U:h have recently appropriated limited Eum!t> 10 pay for a fraction , of the wosl es-sential con.structlmi ; ccrned with the problem anci repair which was iK-cessary. Ilu Mrs. Lamb was graduated from NEW. YORK, June 17. tUP) Tha Bowery saved its "queen" Irom a Miss Nelle Harris I* visiting her i | }au p cr - s grave today. The street ot forgotten men, stirred by the news that Anna. ing ithis Congress educators have concemrated all their time on the | Federal aid to education bill which ; will help teachers' pay but won't : provide for new construction. They i lelt that the teacher problem was i the ino^t important and they didn't 1 want to ask an economy-minded ; Congress for both measures. \ The greatest lack of school facil-^ ities exists in the south. This was ; true even before the war. Bui the i communities which are most con- ; are ilvi ones which grew suddenly as a re- ' nui.st stati; legislatures have avoid- \ .suit of the war. Double shifts, clasr,- , c-d JiicuiK the problem. j looms in churches and other public j M >st experts believe* the Feiter.il ; buildings and general crowding I povenimcnt will have to foot the bill 1 have existed In these cities almost I il tne job is cvtM- Boiiif; to be tloiie j,since file start of the war. And the ; adiuumu-ly. Dining the fQth Con- lew temporary schools which the , Bre.«s a bill lo finance this was in- ! govermnent built are now falling t reduced but WHS never passed. Uur- S apart. Their daughter. Miss ply tula I Marie Maxwell, will become the. , , bride of John Henley of Forrest Manila High School and la * grail- 1 city h , R ceremony lo t>e-soleinnl?.cd uat« of Arkansas Stale ColIe R e m | ftt the Fil - st Presbyterian Church Jonesboro. here iJ monow . ,, Mr - v , lAr "P, graduated Trom a TUc ublc wlll ^ Cc ,u 0 red wllh Memphta High School iind U » R s U1 ^^ fl](e(| wi!h shasU graduate of Arkansas State Col- s dn|aics and mRtchinR candelabra with lF\U white tapers fo complete Out of town guests who iU tended -w*re,Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Matthews of Joaesboro. , Werner Roast -Is Given For Alpha Beta Chapter Mr«. John Charles Bright and Mrs. Edna Lee Long were hosles V Tuesday night when they entertained members of the Alpha Beta Chapter of Epslton Sigma Alpha Sorority together with their escorts with a hayride and welner roast on the bank of the Mississippi River at Barfield. Approximately 24 guests attended the affair. Refreshments of hot dogs, cookies and Iced drinks were served, • • * Mrs. Davis Entertains Avalon Bunco Club, Guests ' Mrs. Fred Davis was hast ess yesterday when she entertanied members Pf the Avalon Bunco Club and two guests, Miss Pat McGregor nnd the setting for the briclnl party and guests. Rehearsal will be held Immediately following (lie dinner.' Guests other than attendants who will Attend Rr? the Rev. mid Mrs, II. J, Couchmnn, the Rev. and Mrs, L. T. Lawrence, Mr. and Mrs. James Edge worth of Memphis, and Miss Etta MlUlrecJ Lowe of Augusta, Ga. Mrs. A. O. Hudson will leave (o- , Wn -,, on 70-yc:ir-old "Queen of .... morrow for Hot Springs where she j^-cry- wns t o be buried in Pol- f ,' re Damoqes AutO U'Hl hp I h«> ffiipel r.T t h«* Rev anH . .... ,., , . _ i i__ -' will be the sliest of the Rev. and | tcl .. s j, jck]f t i allnc c! her bocly Mrs. R. E. Simpson and son, Robert. I (ll(J morBUC nm j ma[ i e preparation.! She was accompanied to Little; b , , tomor ,. ow Bt cypress Hills Hock by her tlnilghtcr,-Mi.s. Uirry , CclllclpC1 ,. Oninmelcr who is lobe nmtr.in M vi'tts.un, who sung in n U..w- or honor SaUirday In the wcddlrig , , u hlb „,,„. ,. cj „ „., ot Miss Mnrilyn Long and ThoraBs M^ro^n^,, slar i'rlnce Fleming. Mrs. James E. ' ' Mitchell of East St. Lonls. III.. nnd Mrs. Fred MrMnrray oft^oiTe.st City, former classmates ot Mrs. Gammcter also accompanied them there. Parked on West Walnut 9',> .<>ri-9F>; 100-120 Ibs, 19.30-22. Sows 19.25-21.25. CaUle 4,'2SO; salnbfe 3.0CX); calves 1,400, all salaoic. iviarxcv (jenerally steady, supply light. One load light weight choice yearling sicers 37-50; some held higher. Good heifers to Coming Events Social Calendar Dinner Dance Is Given Honoring 'Miss Osceola' OSCbX>l,A, Ark.. June 11 — Ml.« I»nnie Jol\nson. "Miss Osccoln nt 1SW wns uuc.st of honor last night when Del Courtney, orchestra leader uo'.v at Hotel Ponbody. entertain- j aiul twice per- ] formed ut 'lie Whiln Hou.se al the request of President Theodore RooscveU.. ' Sammy Fuchs, mayor of rhe Bowery, said Mrs. Wilson was the daughter of Jnmes Palmer, a pros- pectin^ partner ot H. A. W. Tabor, • the Colorado "Silver King." Fuel is .said Hint 1'altncr ap])a: - I ently quit Tnber before tlic latter rti.scoveicd the historic matc])lt\ss Silver Mine. When Mrs. Wilson left opera, Fuelis sai-J. she Joined Eddie Foy.; ; Pirc. bdiivecl caused by a short cii-cui'. ui tlic uli'it^g. caused lictny tlainagc In ;i Plynioutl) car owned uy Gene K. Bradley, Blytlicvllle n..- 1 36.25: odd lots mixed ycnrlincs 36.50; lovney. i" tlie 1500 block on West , odd lie ml Rood cows 25-21: common Ws-liuil Slieel early (his moniins. land medium beef co\vs. 19-24; cnn- IMIC Cliief Rny Head stated th:'.t ! tiers ninl cuttei.s 15-19. ihi- car \v as parked m fvont of Mr. j — Uritdloy's lioinc al tlip time of liw tne. 'The- inteitor of the tar \vao heavily diimoiji'd, he said. Jury Hears Testimony In Disputed Labor Bill 'I'hursdar Mr. and Mrs. James Terry en- , . , , . L , _ tertalning members ot the Wrlghl-I Ftll:11s s ? lj - sllc ' lm , m ? ^ I(1 , 1 P i '° 5 ,\ > ': 're.stim.ony w:is pre.senlccl before » Gcurln wedding party with a re- ' Mr - Bluebeard Jr. at the old ju ,. y totlay jn circuit conn in the hearsal dinner at the Hotel Noble I >">H"1= Theater in Chicago. She r;- i tnse brou .. llt bv , Ucx Mayntr I at H o'clock ! "lamed a top rnnkliiB vaudeville j aKnills) . u v . M C t:herson involving . The Pathlindcrs Class of the First , 5t;lr Ior almo -'> 1 t-™ oecncieR. Mcthndlst Churcli having a pot hick ] slle dlsapiwnrcd lor several years, ' supper at the church at 1'30 p.m. Friday ed with a dinner dance at the Hotel j C. B. C. Club meeting at Uie home Pcalxmy in MemphLs. Fimrteeti cou- I of Mrs. C. S.'Dowdy. Alpha HeU Club liciiiR ph-^ from o.s:eola wore guests other than Miss Johnson, wlio was accompanied by Billy Nicholson. Those who attended include Mr. and Mrs. Bill McMath. Mr. and Mrs. Hay Mann. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Applcbautn. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wilson, Mr. nnri Mrs. E. H. Riley, Mr. Mrs. Jack Johnson, at her home on t and Mrs. Tim Uowlc.s, Mr. and Mra. East Kentucky. | M SX Han, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Slm- During the afternoon bunco' mous, Mr and Mrs. Robert Grave.;, games, Mrs. Specie McGregor won M,.. nm ) Mls o . L Warden Mr. bunco, Miss McGregor, low score sna Mls Ua] Nicholson, Henry Jautes Mavo. Swill anri Miss Marjorie nnd Mrs. Davis, high score, j Vases of gladioli In various col- 1 ors and other mixed Summer Jlo\v- j crs were arranged throxigout the Club being entor- lalned at the home ot Mrs. Lane Novell. G. N. B. Club being entertained nt Ihe home ot Mrs. Weldon W. Nebcl. Miss Dorothy Elizabeth Wright will bec.v.™ Hie bride-of W. O. Getlrin Jr., in a ceremony to be solemnized nt II o'clock at the First Presbyterian Church. Saturday Cotillion Club members being eu- tertaineti al (lie hut, at 9:00 p.m. Hosts and hostesses are IJJr. and Mrs. P. E. Utley, Mr. and Mrs. Max Usrey, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Wet en- kanip. Mr. anrl Mrs. Bill Young nnd Mr and Mrs. J. I,. Ashcratt. ; however, nnd in 1940 turned up o'i the Bowery .The spine year she was huilecl n.s "Queen." Mrs. WiL^on died alone in a Brooklyn ;'.p:'.rtnu>nt June 11. S)u !iad been suflcring from a hc'.i'.t ailment. Her body lay unclaimed in Kings County Morgue until yesterday whtn i against 11. V. ! $240 in wall's claimed due by Ma; nor (ram the defendant. A mistrial was declared yesterday by Circuit Jiid!<e Charles \V. | Lit;lil of 1'arasHJUld in the case d '• Clarence Wilkrrson against W. 3. Eriwarci.s. Jr.. and the case will bi' vrset for licariny at. a new term ' of court. Fnchs, head ol the Bowery Associa- lion, intervened. Services will be held at St. Marks Church. A cortege of Bowery h;lb- | itucs will follow the Qaecn to her resting place. Livestock Tobacco Support Okayed WASHINGTON. June 17. (UP> — 'tlie Senate today voted Al to W fo guarantee tobacco a continued support price of 90 per cent of parity. ST. I.OU1S NATIONAL STOCKYARDS. June 11. lUPi —(USDA) — Livestock: Hogs 10.400: salable 9.000: active, fully 25c higher. Top 27. paid freely, bulk 180-23D ll>5. 2C.15-27: 240-270 Ibs. 25.7fi-2G.50; extremes to 26.75 on 2'IO Ibs. 280-350 Ibs. 23-25.55; several loads 3CO-MO Ins. 22.50: 160110 Ibs. 25.75-26.5(1: 130-150 )bs. Does Your Father Distinctive Gift On June 20th? Thai unusual %if(. correctly wrapper! anri properly offerer! ivilh a Norcross card, is licre nt The GIFT SHOP Moss Bryan 103 Kasl iM;iin Street , CLEANERS Thai name means somelhing fo you. Tt Is your as- Riirance of Ihe finest in dry-cleaning service. W« welcome the pjitronage of those discriminating people who are proud of impeccable ait ire. who insist on the faultless cleaning of their clothes. . Cleaners Phone 4343 300 So. Division S! ^ t ..^;-"^ 'r-S \-'' .*^ST S^^t'' ? S /IX:-&^% "-1 N Box Olfic* Opens 6:3» Shaw Starts 6:45 Opens Sunday I:M: Starts 1:15 C* linuoaj Shows Sal. ,1 Sun. Bartain Night Everj Night Except Sitnrdaj N« pa«»es honored cin Sunda; al Roxy Theatre Rsad Courier News Waul Ads. 1 T' -irsday & Friday . FKATURE ' v,onlinuons Shows Bvcry Day Ro> Office Opens 1: to Slvaw Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KI.CN . 8:M a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Thursday * FHHav News and Short C*nthiM«s Shnwlnf Erery Da; SPECIAL BOYS BOXER SHORTS For Dress and Play $119! All Elastic Waistband Fancy Designs Made by Santone • Sizes 2 to 10 HOT Sandal for HOT Weather! JIEDE i!< ^ • ^' ^P^A fyy*'-" : ^ &* *$' ^' nc °{r & li '''/ 0 ft ejf dting. bY HOUB!GANT A fragrance with special upfnvil for those rljo <!elt,)bl in Itciiuj jemniine. A i ml»milf. /.unify s/iicy /niijriincp . . . <>i 41/15 to turn the !>rellie.<l hcti,ls. Liquid Skin Sachet— SI also Sachcl Powder—$1.15 WOODS DRUG STORE

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page