The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 1, 1948 · Page 4
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 1, 1948
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PAGE FOUR BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, JANUARY 1, 194S Phone 4461 Club 28 Members, Guests Feted On New Year's Eve The largest .social event of the Eve Of the Ne«' Year was the entertainment of club 28 members and their guests last nighl, : Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Crigger Jr., , and Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Rogenold were host* and hostesses with a cocktail party !n the Colonial mid Rose rooms of the Hotel Nob!e from 8 till 9 o'clock complimenting •members of the club. The refreshment table was overlaid with » lace cloth and hclrt \vhll e tapers burning In crystal candelabra entwined with carnal- Ions ' decorati white color scheme. Miss Griffin Is Wed In Afternoon Ceremony Miss Peggy Jean Griffin, daughter of Louis M. Griffin and the late Mrs. Griffin of Yarbo, became the bride of Edwin B. Spaeth, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Spaeth of Dlythevllle, Sunday afternoon December 28, at the First Mctliodht Church, with the Rev. Allen D. Stewart officiating. The double ring ceremony was solemnized In the prepuce of Intimate friends and rclatices of the couple. The bride wore an aqua blue dressmaker suit with a white crepe blouse and black accessories. She Bits of News Spaghetti Recipe Stretches Meat 3UI •. i;j|n«iin,« ii n.** vui ><<> v i QJQHSC HI Id UlrtLf. nlCl3a.aUl It'tfi aauc nd chrysanthemums. Other ] plnnc( | „(, i lcr s |,oulrlcr, a brown tloiu can-led out a silver and • t i llon tcd orchid. attend- P. Lentl as hosts and hostsses, Officers of the club are always hosts at this annual affairs which approximately 100 couples attended Huge silver and while balls were suspended from the celling to (or/i a setting for the dancers and the mirrors around the room were Inscribed with "Happy New Year." Engineering and at present in cm The guests were all presented ployed by the Arkansas Missouri with hata and noise makers at the rower Co,, as R draftsman, midnight hour. Following a brief wedding trip Immediately following the dance, | the couple returned here, where George Spaeth served his brother as best man. Mrs. .Spaeth wns graduated from Holland Htsh School and was recently employed by the First National Bank. Mr, Spaeth is a graduate of the University of Mississippi School nf the guests gathered In the main dining room where they were served breakfast. Guests from out of town were Mi', and Mrs. Godfrey White of Osceola, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Morton of Moscow, Tenn.. house guests of Dr. and Mrs. H. C. Sims, and Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Eden of Plymouth, N. C. who are visiting Mr. and Mrs, E F. Still. * * * * New Year's Eve Dance Is Given At Legion Hut One of the largest affairs of the N'ert' Year's Eve, was the formal New Year's Eve dance given last night at the American Lcgloii Hir hy Louise Sullivan, Ann Robinson. Virginia Faye Enslcy, Mary Margaret Autcn and Jerry Jo Lewis. Tlie gala event which was attended by 250 guests, Included Junior High and Hleh School students and a large number of college students who are home over the holidays. The Hut was attractively decorated for the affair with confetti streamers in vivid shades being hung over ench of the doors and streamers of green and red crepe paper were draped from the chandelier to the walls. Balloons in bright colors and odd shapes were suspended from the chandelier and the celling. The refreshment table from which assorted party foods with punch were served, was covered with a linen cloth and centered with R huge crystal punch bowl banked with greener)'. • At the striking of the midnight hour the balloons were they will make their home. Mr. and Mrs. Lagronn« Whittle and Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Applebaum are spending the day In Memphis where they will attend the Delta Bowl Game. Hugh Harbcrt Jr., student at Bryan Texas Military Academy, Bryan, Texas, spent the week here with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Putman and Mr. and Mrs. James Putman and son Jlmmle of Dyersburg, Term., have tiefii the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Bhcllon and family. Mrs. Grady Joyner of Rosemark. Tenn,, has returned to her home after spending the holidays wltn Mrs. Kale ntankenshlp ami daughter, Mrs, Vealrlce Lovelace. She also visited with her nieces, Mrs. Gordon Harris and Mrs. D. L. Halstead and families. Marriage License* The following couples obtained marriage licenses yesterday nt the office of Miss Elizabeth Blythe. county clerk. Jesse W. Hart and Miss Raynell V. Phillips of Manila. Jake A. Barber of Holland. Mo., and Miss Charlene Prultt of Blythe- villc. WITH THE COURTS CHANCERY Ruby Poppleton vs. Robert Poppleton, suit for divorce. Louise Cnldmell vs. Andy J. CnUI- mcll, suit for divorce. Hobart Hardln \r>, Geneva Har- dln. suit for divorce. CIRCUIT Ethel Harris vs. R. A. Anderson suit for posesslon of property and $25.00 for damages. We the Women from the celling as favors, after which the group resumed dancing. Chaperonts were, Mrs Harriet Bulllvan. Mr. and Mr.«. Chester Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. HiskelV Blank- enshlp Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Richard Prlchard and Mr. and Mrs. Warren Jacteon. In a recent article in a natlona magazine, Philip Wylle, who ha. made himself famovis by belr>( "agin" practically everything, de Clares that a college education is decidedly detrimental to women Mr. Wylle tecl: that a college education probably makes girls "less happy, more foolish, not very dropped know 1 e d g e a b 1 e and of far lesi value to the hu- Rolh MlDeH nan race." There are probably thousands of college-educated women In the county who would answer Mr. Wylle something like this: I wouldn't trade my college education for any way I might have Donna Dedman Is Hostess With New Year's Party Donna Dedman. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Dedman. was hostess last night to 30 children with a formal New Year's Eve party at her home on Ash Street. The guests \vere greeted as they - entered by their young hostess who •wore a pink taffeta formal with a corsage of pink carnations. The guests danced and plsyrd games during the evening. In the contests conducted, prizes •were won by Freddy Gore and Ann Hindman In the hat making contest, and Martha Ann Foster and Eugene Still Jr., In Ihe feeding contest. When the 12 o'clock hour came the guests were all presented noise makers as favors by their hostess attar whlih they gathered outside and shot fireworks. The .table from which assorted party foods were served, was covered with n lace cloth and held as centerpiece n potted f)olr«ettla banked with silver tinted magnolia leaves. ! The young hostess was a in serving by her mother and Mrs J. w. Raydcr and Mrs. \V. D. Cobb Mrs. Langslon Hostess To Bridge Club Members Mrs. Cleo T. Lanjrston was host ' ess yesterday when she entertaine members of the Town and Countr Club at her home on West Main. During the bridge games playe Mrs. Langston won high and Mr • P. D. Foster, second. Refreshments were served at dividual tables, polnsettlas nn greenery were attractively ararngcd throughout the entertaining rooms to carry out the holiday theme. Adi spent those four years of my life. the surface my col- were happy and care- "White lege years free, r learned much besides what was taught me In the classroom. I learned to get along on my own. l.carn From Date* "During my college years, I had a chance to date young men from all parts of- the country and from all kinds ot families, and so discovered joy of Intellectual companlon- ip with men. "My college education is a large rt of my security In life. H akes getting a Job easier. It has veil me an interest In enough bjccts so that I do not fear to alone. Perhaps I am not of as uch value to the human race as could be. but I'm sure that my alue would not have been In- Mrs. S. J. Discus nut! son, ,Io6 of Popular Bluff. Mo., are spending several days here as guests of Mr. and Mrs, M. L. Stewart. Mrs. Discus and Mrs. Stewart are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Stewart ir- mied home last night after spend- the Christmas holidays In Poini- Bluff. Mo., with her parents 1r. and Mrs. John A. Miller. Mrs. A. L. Sidcbottom of Mori- Ian, Miss., who has been visiting err for several months with hei Blighter, Mrs. Robert M. Logan ml Mr. Logan, will return to hei ome Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Lo^ an will accompany her there. Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Edcns of Plym uth, ' N. C., arrived yesterday t< pcnd several days here as guest f Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Still am atnlly. They will attend the Delta Bowl football game today In Menr phis. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Whittle .he parents of a daughter bort Tuesday at their home on Slxt Street. Their first child, she ha )cen named Donna Lynne. Mr. Whittle is the- former Miss Bllll Shanks. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Rodgers re turned Sunday from Chicago. II where they spent the Clirlstnn holidays with their daughter. Mr Jack Mitchell and Mr. Mitchell. Miss Mae Beth Roger will rctui to Denton, Tex., Saturday, whe she is -a student at Texas State Co Igee for Women. She spent th Christmas holidays here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs F. A. Rogers at Clear Lake. IJanny and Davis Cobb will leave today for Joncsboro where they will spend several days with their grandmother, Mrs. W. D. Cobb Sr., and j other relatives. Ira Walters and Wayne Dill are In Memphis today to attend the Delta Bowl Game. Holiday guests of Mrs. I. O. Westbrook Sr., at her home rmre were Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Wejlbrook Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Westbrook Jr., and baby, of Birmingham. Ala. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Morton will return to their home today in Moscow. Tenn.. alter having been the overnight guests ot Dr. and Mrs. H. C. Sims, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Rcgcnold and their son. John Ed. Charles Crlg- gcr III, and Jane Adams of Osccola, are attending the Delta Bowl football game today in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Whltsilt. Miss Mary Adah Robinson, Byron Milcy, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Stevenson Jr., Mi. and Mrs. Jimmy Smothcrman and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Williams and their sons. Mac and Dick are attending the Sugar Bowl Ioolba',1 game today In New Orleans. fee, Snow, Rom Windstorms Greet 1948, Curb Celebrations (B; IJnlled fret*} < freezing rain and near blizzards n the Central states and generally bad weather throughout the Northern half of the country dampened lollday celebraltons today and resulted In the safest New Year'i since before the war. A United Press survey showed at 11 x. m. today that 43 personi had died in STORM (Continued from Fa»e 1) ton Valley. Armed guardsm«n patrolled the shattered debris-littered Spaghetti loal with mushroom »auce for a meat-*avlna-, wheat-urinf holiday dinner. By <jaynor Marldox NBA Staff Writer GIVE holiday parties that <nvc wheat, meal and save 'Me peace. -TerVs a recipe that strechcfi spa- helti and meat and offers wonder- ul flavor into the bargain. Spijhfltl Loaf with Mushroom Sauce (Serves 61 Four oz. spaghetti, 1 can table endy meat or f! Ib. guund beef, ?BBs, well ben ten, 1 cup milk, 2 tablespoons grated onion, 'i cup chopped green pepper, 1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce, 2 :ablcspoo!is chopped parsley, i teaspoon salt, !i teaspoon pepper, mushroom saiwe. Cook spaghetti In salted boiling form the Citizens Food Committee: water until lender, about 10 mln utes. Drain and rinse. Mix together thoroughly the remainder of the Ingredients, and f"H in .spaghetti. Pol.. 1 spaghetti mixture Into well greased Ua rjt. casserole or loaf pan, 4',i x 8>,i x 214 inches. Sprinkle bread crumbs on spaghetti | mixture. Place baking dish in pan of hot water. Bake in moderate oven (350 degrees F.) about 1 hour. Slice and serve with mushroom sauce (recipe below). Mushroom Sauce: Prepare 2 cups \vhlte sauce. Drain and add 1 4-oz. can sliced mushrooms. (Mushroom liquid may be used to make white sauce.> Like liver? Here's a suggestion Tan-Fried Liver (Beef, Lamb, or Calves') Have liver sliced '.i Inch thick and allow pound for ch serving. Wipe with damp cloth dry, then remove outside skin and lubes If any. Dredge with flour (seasoned with salt and pepper!, or dip first in milk and then dredte with flour. Fry in hot fat In skillet about 5 to 8 minutes depending upon about individual taste, turning oc- . - . casionally until well browned.! leaned Serve will or without bacon. Bacon drippings, butter fortified mar- Funeral services were held today garine, salad oil, or any shortening may be used for pan-frying liver. killed In highway crashes and H In other accidents. But at least 20 others were killed and hundreds Injured In tornadoes and storms which struck in Louisiana, Arkansas and Tennessee yesterday. The National Safety Council had predicted that at least 175 persons would be killed between 8 p. m. New Year's eve and midnight tonight. The Chicago Weather Bureau said the tornadoes were part of the general weather pattern which produced the storm area moving into the Great Lakes stales today. Snow was falling In Western Iowa, Missouri and as far South as Oklahoma with strong winds whipping it across the countryside. Winds of 30 to 40 miles an hour were expected to whip at least four inches . of snow and sleet Into the 1111 nols-Wlsconsin-Indiana area today The storm will movs eastward Int Michigan and Ohio tonight. "Highways probably will be bad over a wide area," forecasters sair Law enforcement and safety offl cials were grateful for the mist, rain iess until mobile electric plants owned by oil companies In the area were put Into operation. Most of th« Injured wer* taken i th« county seat town of Mlnden, 30 miles South of Cotton Valley. Every bed In Its clinic was filled and the less-serlously injured vic- .ims were made as comfortable as possible on pallets and cots. The number of injured here and i other communities struck waa estimated at between ISO and 200. Woman Sends Frantic Plea Mlnden Police Chief J. M. Kirk- Icy said an unidentified and hysterical woman telephoned first news of the tragedy from Cotton Valley. "Help, send us help," she yelled into the phone, her voice breaking in hysteria. "The town has blown away. Oh Clod, send us help." In a matter o! moments, the distress calls were relayed by radio, telephone and by word of mouth. Doctors, nurses, Red Cross disaster workers and the people who were not touched by the savage storm cancelled their plans for gala New Year's Eve parties. Baptist W.M.S. Has Meet The W. M. S. of Nine Baptist Church the met Numebr Monday night at the church for their Royal Service program. Mrs. W. E. Rhoatis presided din-Ing the business meeting with Mrs. Orrin Hunt as program chalrnliui. During the program, Mrs. Hunt chose as her subject, "The Call of Calling" and Mrs. Velea Stovali talked on, "The Part We Forget." Prayers were given by Mrs. Marvin Hart and the Rev. Howard King. Mrs. Raymond Whittle gave the devotional. After the program a social hour was held and the guests presented Mr. and Mrs. Hunt, who are moving to their farm In Missouri, with gifts. New Year Is Observed By Osceola Churches OSCEOLA. Ark., Jan. 1— Tliu First Baptist Church and the First Methodist Churches had special services last night for their congregations. The First Baptist had dedication services on the subject of "My People Shall Humble Themselves and PrajV and the young people of the church presented special music The First Methodist had specin: watchnight services for all theii members and others who wished to attend. Women. It was erroneously announced in yesterday's Courier thai Mrs. Cobb and Mr. Wahl were the retiring officers. Also Mrs. J. W. Adams is the retiring worthy matron instead of being Installed as worthy matron as it was announced FBI Investigates Publication of Air Force Secret WASHINGTON, Jan. t. (UP) The Justice Department today was investigating the recent publication in Aviation Week Magazine of an article stating that the new air- force. rocket plane, XS-1, had flown taster than the speed of sound. 1 The inquiry was undertaken at j the request of the U. 8. Air Force, which had classed performance of the plane as top secret. The Air Force nas never confirmed or denied the report In Aviation Week's Dec. 22 issue that the XS-I had actually broken through the sonic barrier with relative ease m tests at Muroo Air Base, Cal. Robert H. Wood, editor of the mugaiine, had indicated previously that FBI agents were questioning him about the article. He contended the published article did not violate security on grounds the Air Force itseK was about ready to an- nounce'tne leat. Mrs. Glascoe Entertains Two Table Bridge Club OSCEOLA, Ark., Jan. I—Mrs. J. L. Glascoe was hostess yesterday afternoon at her home to the Two Table Bridge club and one guest. Mrs. Elliott Sartain. In the games played Mrs. Bettyc Nelle Starr won high score, and Mrs. Glascoe won second high. The home was decorated with Nandtna berries and greenery. Refreshments of a desert course with coffee was served. •r»d i fog and snow that kept most ccle , The . slorm slruck Cotton Valley brants home or at private parties ro , m last night. About 250.000 persons congregated in New York's Times Square. That was only a small crowd compared to recent years. A force of 1.250 police. 750 less than usual, against call boxes and watched celebrants file past, listlessly blowing horns and rattling noise makers. Few of the many ambulances sta- -ioned In the area were necessary. Night clubs were crowded but not until almost midnight. About 500,000 people hiked through Chicago's loop in clear but cold weather. That was a smaller • , crowd than usual for a holiday night. WARNING ORDER Southwest with relentless suddenness that gave Mrs. Jessie itnith—one of the first to spot It— ust time to shepherd her young children under a bed and get on the floor with them. "One minute the skies were blue and tranquil," she said. "Then 1 saw a dirty cloud rushing upon us^i with terrible speed. This Is tornado country and I knew what it was. I yelled for the kids and we just made It under the bed. Our house fell all around us but we didn't get a scratch." When the tempest descended on the town of Village, Ark., the high school basketball team was practi- Icng in the gymnasium. The build- Brick mortar becomes harder ns it grows older; the lime back to limestone. kid." Sherbondy was experienced in living In bitterly coin weather. Temperatures In the Colorado mountains last night fell to 20 degrees below zero, the coldest since the convicts escaped Tuesday. In the Chancery Court, Chlcka- >awba District, Mississippi County, Arkansas. Mildred McCullough Plaintiff, vs. No. 10.319 James McCullough Defendant The defendant James McCullough Is hereby warned to appear within thirty days in the court named in the capiion hereof and answer the changes complaint of the plaintiff Mildred McCuilough. Dated this 29 day of Dec., 1M7. HARVEY MORRIS, Clerk. By Betty Peterson, deputy. Attorney for Plaintiff, Claude F. Cooper. 12 M-l'6-13-20 ing trembled as thfi wind passed over, then collapsed. Torby Haynes, 35, high school superintendent and basketball coach, was killed in tha wreckage and about 12 spectator! wer» slightly Injured. The team escaped unscathed. rcased simply ollcge." by not attending At The Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Dismissed: Barbara Jean Dooley. Sleele Mrs. B. D. Lyell. Huffman. Walls Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. J. T. Nix. Bragg City, Mo. Miss Alice Johnson, city. Mrs. Jennie Flannccan. Luxora Mrs. Lucille Ferguson, city. Mo. Birds that shine In the dark with phosphorescent light like that Ivcn oft by some fish are reported >y th e U- S. Wild Life Service .... Rev. Jones Wiif Speak Services at the No. 8 Union Sunday School and Church will be at •9:00 a.m., Sunday January 4. The Rev. Lcroy Jones, minister of the Baptist Ciinrch of Mlcola. Mo., wiil deliver the sermon. Sunday School classes will begin at 10:00 a.m., after xvhlch the election of new officers for the Sunday School will take place. Eastern Star Installs Chapter Officers for 1948 Mrs. W. D. Cobb One of 12 Felons, Who Fled Prison, Still Uncaptured CANON CITY, Colo.. Jan. 1 (UP) —A lone wolf killer lurked In the sonw covered mountains here today, the only convict who remained free after lie and 11 other criminals broke nut of the Colorado State Penitentiary. Within 24 hours of the break Tuesday evening. National Guardsmen and posses killed two of the con- vicls, wounded five, and captured Notice to the Public: Modern Arts Studio 'Formerly Thompson's) 418 West Main Street NOW UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT worthy matron and Wiibur Wahl WHS installed as worths 1 patron Tuesday night at a JoUit meeting of the Masons and the Eastern Star installed as| four others unhurt. James B. Shcrboririy, 29, baby- faced murderer of an Eagle County deputy sheriff, was believed hiding in the hUl.i near here. A "mountain Read Courier News How To Relieve Bronchitis OnomuIxUm relieves promptly be- teUH It IOM itebt to th« *eat of the trouble to beib looaeo and expel •ma laden pbMcm, and aid nature to tooth* and heal raw, tender, In- BUMd bronchial mucoui mem- fenaM. Tan jour drucgial to tell you • bottle of Onomolaioo Trtth the tm- denUodlngyou must like the way 1 ndckly »liay» the cough or you arc So bare your money back. CREOMULSION VI All Us the bewitching hour . . . And il's a grand, happy New \ car we're wishing all Ihc friends and patrons . . . we are so appreciative of seving the We will continually strive to you better! Here's wishing you and yours health and prosperity! FEINBERG'S City Drug Co. Ed Williams, Druggist I ;Ti r4 Continuous Show* Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 1:00 a.m. 12:49 p.m. 4:3(1 f.m. th» Bciy Thursday * Friday This Time for Keeps with Either \VIIIUmn anil Jimmy Durante Paramount Ne«§ and Shorti Box Office Opens 6:30 Show Starts 8:4! Open* Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. A Sun. Bargain Night Every Night Except Saturday s'» pusses honored on Sunday a Boxy Theatre Always It keeps us going, too—keeping up with all the busy people who depend on us to quickly clean their clothes. We put speed right next to quality, though, «o you can h« sure ol good appearance, too. Make il a habit to genet your cleaning to u« regularly. C.&W. CLEANERS Phone 3747 Pick Up and Delivery Service Thursday & Friday 300 Soulh Division Also Short Subject! •••IMW^^^H^^HHHMMH Coming to the GEM THEATRE Blythevillc, Ark. Saturday and Sunday Code of the Saddle with .lolinnj M.iclt Brown Cnnfd Shows Sat. 12:30 to Conl. Showing Sunday l;JO-l!:«» Admission Adults 25<-, Til Incl.

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