The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 28, 1948 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, June 28, 1948
Page 2
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PAGB FOUR BLYTHEVTLLK (ARK.V OOITRIER NEWS MONDAY, JUNE 28, Society, A/ewA * Phone 4(61 Engagement Announced Mi« Robinson Engaged To Oben Bryan Miley Dr. Krnley Aydeletle Robinson has uinnoimced ttie engagement of his diughur, MJ.« Mnr.v Adah Rouln- lon, to Oben Bryan Miles' of Bly- thcvillc, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Walter R. Miley o/ Bogalusa, La. Plans for the wedding, to be solemnized in the late Summer, will be announced later. Mias Robinson, daughter of the late Mrs. Robinson, was graduated from Blytheville Hibh School and itteno'cd Southwestern at Meinphis, the University of Arkansas and the New \ork School of Interior Decorating She is a member of Chi Omeg& Sorority. Mr. Miley was graduated from Louis-ana State University at Baton Roug'j. He served hi the Army during W^irld War 11, with three years spent overseas and now is associated with Lansston-Wroten Motor Company In Blytheville. Miss Edna Fellhauer's Engagement Is Announced Mrs, and Mrs. Joe Fellliaiter today announced the engagement of their daughter, Miss Edna I-'ellhauer to David Salamone of Ottawa, III. The wedding will be solemnized July H, 9 am. at the Church of the Immaculate Conception here, with the Rev. B. Francis McDcvitt officiating;. ' Miss Fellhauer was Rrnduated from LltchfieM Illinois High School ! and ' attended Blackburn College. ] Carllnviile, 111., where slie received her A. B. degree. She nlso attended Webster College, Webster Grove, Mo., and the University of Arkansas, Faycttevllle. where she received her master's degree. For the past | two years she hns taught history ! In the Ottawa High School. Mr. Salamone, son of Mrs. Anlon ' Miss Mary Adah Robinson, daughter of Dr. Fmtey AS'dclelte Robinson Salamone and the late Mr. Sala- and the late Mrs. Robinson, whose engngcnvnt to Obon Hrynn Mliey « mone of OttBwa. was graduated mvijievillc, son of the late Mr. nnd Mrs. Walter R. Mllcy of Bng.-ilusa. from the University ot Illinois, ' ,,,,-,, where he received his A. B. dc K rce >"•• *' lul «»»o»"c«l W'^y by her falheir. In Agronomy. He Is now engaged,. In business In Ottawa. 1 Miss Etlicl Mae White Engaged To Leon Black Mi-cl Mrs, Bill M. Banister yesterday in Osceola as, of Mr, Banister's parents, | Mr. and Mr.s. Fred Banister. i James E, Cobb, son of Mr. and i Mrs. C. E. Cobb of Hayti. Mo., has been assigned to the Eleventh : Air Force llcscrvc Officers' Train- jjig Corps for summer camp, f.'adet Cobb will receive six ^ctlij of i Intensive training at Langley A'r ' Force Uase, Virginia. Mi. and Mrs. George Duvall and lumily have us their guests Mr. and Mrs. Max L Thomas and chil* dren, I'atrieia and Ronald of Bvan>- villc, Ind. Mis, Thomas, who is the former Miss Evelyn Harris of JJly- liicville, ix Mrs. Duvall's sister. ! Miss Maiy Catidill spent last, j wcelc with her grandparents, I^ 1 . and Mrs. J. W. Hobbns in Steele, Mo. . Mrs. Emma Burney will leave to- morro'.v for Bloomville, N. Y.. whei'j .she will visit with her .son, the Rev. George 11 Cooley, Mrs. Percy Sniltli lell yesterday for Fort Wortli, Dallas and Waiv, Tex., wliej-e ^lie will visit with relatives lor a week. We the Women Boy Riddles While Bird Burns * WE, THE WOMEN BY R UTH MII.I.KTT NKA Staff Writer Enlh Mllletl Mr. and Mrs D. H. White Luxora today nnuounce the cn^aKe- !i<ent nt their cb.uglucr. Miss r.tliel 1 M;u' While, to Leon N. lilnck, son Air. and ^,_. lommy Tnker and ()f Mr; Jonn H jj,^,. of V aldo.sia. daughter, Duniia Kayc, lell yeslcr- ! ^ ;il day for Little nock where Mr. Tink- j p,.,,,, , m . the VVC(illin wnic . h wll! or will attend to biLsinc.'.s nnd Mrs. • | )O t) ,H!nn?.cd August [5 will be Tinker and daughter, dill visit 'A'it'i [annoirced at a later date. relatives. • i Miss Wliite was graduated from Mrs. Ol'enla Defoe and daughter. . Luxcra High School and Is now a IJcjonor o[ Dyersbiu'g. Term., anJ i r.enior nt Harding college. Scaicy. Mrs. Grace Jacteon of Lenox, Term , I Mr. Llark attended Hardim; Col- sj>ciit the weekend here as gucsi.s ] ir^c lyjlorc serving two years in ilif: ui Mr. and Mrs, Earl Prye and j Navy. family and Mr, and Mrs. L. O. Gill j anil luiiiily. i lf , . Mr. aim MIS. D .E. wimbcricy aiui Caseyo/ogy Popular ct at Columbia What qualities in a husband make other women say In all sincerity, I "I don't see how his vile puis un | .with him?" Well, here are some of the husband-types who usually bring forth that remark: The husband who knows It all and gives his wife a verbal slap In the lace every time she ventures to express an opinion he doesn't recognize as his own. The husband who can't resist the temptation to make a pass at every attractive woman who coir / along. The husband who Is stingy In money matters, so that His wite can never uny anything without, won- j derlng what he will say about it. of : Great Egotists Tlic husband who Insists that all family life revolve around his goings nnd comings and his comfort. The husband who is ft show-off and gets his loudest laughs at. his wife's expense. The husband who is a Mania's boy nnd is forever letting Ma'ma interfere in his life. The husband who, either because he is impractical or downright shlflless, never elves his [amlly the The husband whose ego has to be fed constantly l>v his wife, and \\rio never bothers to give her any buitd-up at all. Chippy, the pet robin, Is Dick Miller's severest critic when tin Atlanta, G.I., youth practices his music lessons. The bird was blown from a tree in the Millers back yard during a windstorm, and is how Dick's inseparable companion. But, if the 10-year-old .lits a. sour note, Chippy gives him a cold stare. brotncr, lNuir.s Wimberley of Chun M,;W YORK NuP>—A gaunt. | soft-spoken sociology professor has Vi.sta. Calif. Mr. aiut Mrs. Tim Estes spent yesterday in Memphis where thuy visited with her brother, James H. Smith, wfio underwent an operation nt, thi; Hospital for Crippled nm i "community service. A student '•' " : - condition is satisfactory. p 0 ]| showed overwhelming approv- anniversary are no one-clay affair. Despite the larpe rambling coun- matle good with Columbia Univer- i'?' hous , erl she lis ' es >"' "\ e ^'"i 1 , sitv imdentradnates. I d!m could T1Qt cram " 5elf '" sl . dc al1 Prof. William C. Casey runs a ! al , °" ce : llle celebral1011 ukes * one-year course in fiscal problems whole month. Birthday Party Given Honoring Debbye Marsh Mits America Marries MEMPHIS. Tenn., June 28. njt 1 ! —The former Qnrbarn Jo Wnlkcr. 1 Miss America of 1017 and her j husband. Dr. John Wrnon Hutn- imcl, o! Charleston. Mo., were re- Debbye Marsh, daughter "nt Mr.' ported today honeymooning at Ha- ftnd Mrs. Jack Marsh, celebrated vana her second birthday with a party, -Hie trip was a wedding gift al yesterday afternoon at the home the last moment. i of her: parents on 1605 Hearn. • 1 Guests Included 15 of her friends.' were served. ! During the afternoon, various' The home was decorated with' p»rty. s»mes »nd contests were multi-colored balloons and stream- played with prizes being won by , ers ot crepe paper. Dianna Wallace and Buddy Shanks. • Mrs. Marsh was assist rd In serv- Pollowing the games the gifts were Ins by her mother, Mrs. Bessie opened,-, after which refreshments Ealo nand Mrs. Thomas Drum- ot blrt&toy.-'.CAlte ice cream ' wright. ; . Coming Events Social Calendar Young Women's Auxiliary of the First Baptist Church moptlng nt the home of Mis. C. E. Johnson at 7:30. Mr. Smith formerly lived In BlvtlK-- villc. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Roberts o! St. Louis, Mo., spent, the weekend :iere us guests of his patents, MY. at of the Ca.-:py was pleasantly Miiprised by the results of the college year-book poll. "What's really wonderful is that iNOWT imcl Mrs. Dick Roberts ami son, sn ninny students should appreciate Rev Nickic imcl her brother, the Paul BnjarskL. Jncqiichno Oufiillo of New Orleans, L.a., is spending several wetk.s hcie as of her autiL tvnit uncle. Mr .and Mrs. Cornelius Modlngcr the importance of Ihe soc-inl sciences in Ihe world today," he said. "\Ve can't survive on technological advances atone: the socinl sciences keep pace." Prof Cnsey's unique course, which . attracts almost one-quarter of Co- ' Mr .and Mrs. George Clark lea i lumbla students, is punctuated \vith Saturday for Roanoke, Va.. where they will visit lor two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Smith Bmcki:i Business Women's Circle Seven spenl yCSLCr day in Memphis witii Legs Can Stand Extra Sun Bath But Cover Up Sensitive Shoulders iheir daughter, Mrs. R. L. Toppe-: unri Mr. Topper. They went especially to visit Mr. Topper who underwent an eye operation in the Marine Hospital there last week. James Mooring of Tiptonvillc, Tenu-, was the weekend v;ucst of Miss Joanne Campbell and her parents. Mr, and Mrs. Russell of Ihe Kirst natnist Church will meet at the home of Mrs. W E. Wade. Avalon Bunco Chita members being entertained at the home of Mrs. Eddie Ford Jr. Thursday Mrs. R. A. Copi'land wiH be hostess and Mrs. N. W. Kyle, co-hostess | to members of the past matrons and} past, nitrons of th Order of tltj| lEa^le-n Stnr with a covered dish i | suirirr at Mrs. c?pcl;i'id's home. i Thursday Rook Club members: lllylhcville Hospital * meeting at the home of Mrs. Wen- Dismissed: i dell Eaton Mrs. Murvin Gillis. city. Octette chili members beinR en- Mrs. Rosa Lee Adams, Tomato, lentained at the home of Mrs. Lay i E. M. Montgomery, city. Welch. | Mrs. Robert Cunningnnm anil Thursday Night Club meeting at,! baby, city, tlje home ot Mrs. N. W. Kyle. \ Walls Hospital delictitftil and revealing anecdotes, sonic of which tnke several class hours in the telling-. He uses a novel system of blackboard symbols which none but his students can understand—and sometimes not even they. One undergraduate, learning of the poll's conclusion, rcinaiKed. "For the first three months f didn't know what he was talking about. Looking hark, though. T think I pot more out of 'Cascyology' than any other course in college." iat FOUNTAINS: 1 Everywhere! ^.,. . , At lite ilosplt.als G. N. H. Club meeting nt the home Dismissed r Mrs- Robert A. Porter, city. Brenda Trimble, Recce, Mo. Mrs. Bessie Bell. Haytt, Mo. Betty Carol Haney, city. Bernlce Ai^en, Portagevllle. Mo. of Mrs. Norville Humphrey. Krlrtay C. B. C. Club nieeting with Mrs. j Cornelius Schcrer_ j Executive Board of the Baptist ' Women's Missioimiv Society will ' ~ meet a t the home of Mrs W ; f conomy Size Bottles Marion Williams at 3 o clock. i _ ' , _ _. Alpha Beta Bunco Club being en-! Get TOUttl Court fine tcrtained at the home of Mrs. Lane : Nowell. _ I OMAHA, Neb. f UP)—A young man charged witfl drunkenness shook his head in bewilderment before Judge Perry Wheeler in municipal court. "Judge." he said, "I don't know what happened. It just hit me all of a sudden. 1 had two bottles of beer." "Don't kid me," the judge scoffed. "Two bottles of beer wouldn't knock ' out anyone," "These were half-gallon bottles : Judpe." the defendant replied. ] The judge fined him $2.50. Civic Calendar . Junior Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors—7:30 p.m. Tuesday lion's Club, Hotel Noble—12:15 p.m. American Legion-S p m. Kiwnnis Club. Hotel Noble—12:10 p.m. ThnrMln y 764 Grandchildren Make For Crowded Houseparty REEDSVItLE. Wis. (UP) — All the residents in Reedsvillc call 87- year-olrt Mrs. John Novak "Grandma." ninl with good reason, Mrs. Novak has 164 grandchildren. Descendants of the widow include 74 grandchildren, 88 great-grandchildren and two gicat-grest-grand- rhildien. Sixteen of 21 children of Mrs. Novak atao are living. Birthdays for Mrs. Novak on her AT GROCERS Time to Check . . . your witlch and hitve it llinioughly cleaned. Our experts will put it in A-l working order. Our repairs last longer because we use only genuine parts. PatO'Bryant JEWELER Main & Second Popular Columbia Records As Lon£ As I Live.... Kay Kyscr KambliriK Kose Tnny Pastor There's No You..Frank Sinatra It Was Written li The Stars... Dinah Shore 1'ou'll Never Know. Harry James nit .......... Woody Herman .lust an Old Love, of Mint ..... .................. Doris Day Lazy Moon ...... Frankie Carle Jumpy Slumi'S ....... Les Brown Why Don't You Do R Benny Goonm-.m You Sure Look Good lo Me ---................. Big Three Trio Black Rat Swing . Little Son .loe I Want To Be Wanted ....... ................... Bob Atcher An Empty Future ........... ................ Wiley and Gene I Had i. Dream ....... Roy Acuft ADAMS APPLIANCE Company, Inc. J. \V. Adams, Mgr. 208 W. Main Phono 2071 THE CURTAIN SHOP Mrs. N. .1. Humphrey ['hone 815 108 So. First lis Shows Every Day BON Office" Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KI.CN 8:00 12:45 p.m. 4:3t p.m. J.ast Time Today Summer Holiday with Mickey ROOHCT and Gloria ite Haven Parammmt News anrt Short Continuous Show Ing Every Day Tuesday IIIOUBI.B FEATURE) "THUNDERBOLT" (Feature-length documentary about World War II) WFfSKr film iNOW! ;at FOUNTAINS • Kvciy where 1 This young sun ballirr^etisibly shades her faro nul shoutttcts with » hie h»t while she civcs liai it-lo-l;ui less a lonecr exnnsure. Rotary Club, Hotel Noble—12:10 , — ~ p.m. Clifitjibcr of Commerce Boarrt ot ; j Directors—2:' p.m. By Alicia Jlarl NBA Staff Writer : Do your havd-lo-tan legs suf!cr in comparison with those of tithev young girls whose tinderpinnin^s qUickly acquire coppery skin, touts? "The ...^ ., „ Crtnvcm of the can t;ike- So be csrclul iibout over-I East," n 17-mlle-liW scenic river doing the exposure. I3c.U prnrccUire n OVRC , ^ in Lotcluvonh state park, is to le.uc IPI-S oiU for live nr.nmcs on the ^cne.-^re River. 50 miles only n^e first day a little longer j so - lllh ^ t Rochester, N. Y. the next. Gradually *'•" exposure. BACKACHE I For quick eomlorUni; help for B»ct*ch«, | lUieiimaUe P*ir.3, Oetllnff Up Kiglils. ElTong cloudy uti»;, Irritating r = S5ase3. I-ffT Pains. ntoi'.der HOTjb>s. Iry CyiTcx. Quick, complrlc • ftllstdtiloTi or monpy t»ek cu!ir«nteed. AJk Tour drujgUl Cor Cyitex tod*r. the \ j Try leaving your legs oul in the - fnke a inn until slin for longer periods of time. To | keep sensitive face and shouldrrs frotne becoming a burnt sacrifice to tjiis beauty objective, shade these , itppers with a big hat or towel whUe, hardier nethers are exposed. ' Although skin on legs may be tougher than that on lace ami shoulders, there's a limit to the amount of Sun that underpinnings II \oifre ming leg make-up to ! • you can the real thing, leave off this cov- ' triiijr tor your sun baths. Make-up often nm as a sun-screen that delay;; taiini:-,^. i Many IMF Is who find that I heir legs arc .'•low to lake a tan rei>on thftt they've been able to ^pcfri up the proton by filming on vinegar or witch hnzcl before they go oul into the sun. i CANDIES . fxcius/ve/)' in Blytheville at WOODS DRUG STORE Keep Your Furs BEAUTIFUL! Rcnrl furs for summer storage to us. Be sure that they are carefully cleaned and placed in motli- frce, theft-free cold storage. Free pick up service. PEERLESS CLEANERS 416 So. Franklin MEN! HONEY AT SHELTON'S Continuous SiniwiiiK Every Bon Office Opcr.s 6:3» • Show Starts 6:45 Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:1.1 Continuous Shcms Sat. A: Sua. Bargain Night Evcrj Night E-xcept Saturday .S> parses honored on Sunday ftl Ro\y Theatru TRADE-IN YOUR TIRES If you trade in your '.ires before July 25lh, we will m;ike truly exceptional allowances for them, (as much as ?.">.0() per tire), on the purchase of new Gntes Tires. TRADE IN BATTERIES Also until July 25(h, yon can RO( $5.00 for your old ha 11 cry, no matter how 4>ad it is, when you buy a new Aulolile nailery. Don'l wait until your pre.scnl halt cry civcs out — take advantage of this sincerely outstanding offer. SHELTON MOTOR COMPANY Phone 443S Last 'Hme Today ArneSo Affair with John llmlink Spirit of West Point Glenn Davis Ncwi Tuesday and Wednesday (DOUBLE FKATURE) t UUSKK 7L Crime Doctors' Gamble COLUMBIA PJCTURC

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