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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, January 26, 1948
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MONDAY, JANUARY 26, 19-17 BLYTHEVIU,E (ARIU COURIER NEWS oce etu, Phone 41G1 Miss Ebcrdt Is Man-led JMiss Ellcne Lamb Engaged In Candlelight Ceremony ' To Jack Finley Robinson Tlie wrdrimg of Ethel MMC Kberdl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 'Jms Bbercit lo Joe VanClove, sou of Elmer VanC'.cvc ami the late Mrs. VajiClcvc. was solemnized yesterday Mr.s. Joseph Tarpley Lamb of Mrmpliis announces the engagement of her (laughter. Mis:; Ellcne I.amb, to Jack Finley Robinson of Blythevillc, s:m of Dr. Pin- , . ley A. IJobinson, and the late Mrs. alfornoon, 3:30 o'clock in n cimdlt-, «=, „. ,„, light ceremony at tlie Ebordt home 1 liobinsoii on Hcarn Street. The Rev. H. L.\ The wccldiiiR will lake place l-'eu R/JDlson, pastor of the Wesl lily- I 7 at 5 o'clock hi the afternoon nt theville Parish, officiated at tlic double ring ceremony in the presence of miimrue friends and relatives. The fireplace in Hie living room of the home was transformed into a setting of unusual beauty for the wedding rites. The mantel held a crescent arrangement of white gladioli, tulips, pom pen' clnysiin- thennmis snapdragons, and the (h'splacc was banked with a screen the First Methodist Church in West Memphis, with the Rev. Harold Eg- officiating. Miss Lamb Is a graduate of Sheffield High School. Shcfflicd, Ala., and Memphis Slate College. She was formerly a member of the HuYucrt- West Memphis High School faculty. Mr. Robinson is a graduate of BIythcvillD High School mid attended the University of Alabama, 'I'us- caloosa, where he was a member of of huckleberry, plumosis and salal " 1 ™ sa ' whc ™ lle ™ s " member o studded with white gladioli and a :K" ^Tt Sls " V' K| , lho ,, Uni V cr ters. Tall white cathedral u™ « !., ? H - V ° f A ^an s; ,s, Payetteville. Dur ters. Tall white cathedral tapers in wrought iron candelabra were used on either side of the fireplace .and small windows held colonial boil- ing World War II. lie was n major In (he Army Air Forces. The con»!e will m:\ke Iheir home in BlytheviUe. wiicrc Mr. Robinson qucts oi white graduated pom pon i v. / - chrysanthemums tied with white I ''"'"""S Interests, raallne. The prie dieu on which tlic , * ' ' S U a'>h fcnB i t -, f0 K prnyp< ' w ' 15 cover - I" 1 ' 5 - Byrum Entertains ed with white brocaded satin and I r D n r>i i r> rested on a satin cloth. L. D. L. Llllb, Vjuesl A program of nuptial vnnsic was presentee by Mrs. Rouse Harjj pi- aimt. who played the traditional ,..,.j*. w nit iniuiiiuiiai wedding marches, and Mrs. W. D Cobb, who sang "I Love You Truly"' by Bond and "Because" by D'Hard- lot. Taper.s were lighted by Miss Iva Seay, who wore a frock of grey crepe with brown accessories. She pinned a corsage of green gardenias lied with a gold bow and gold leaves at her shoulder. « Miss Juanita Ebercit, sister of 'ide served as maid of honor. She wore an aqua wool dress with black accessories and her corsage was of aqua gardenias tied with a silver bow and silver leaves. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a smart pastel pink wool suit with black accessoric Mr.s. Paul IByruin was hostess Friday when she entertained members of the C.B.O. Club and one guest. Mro. Ross Moore with a luncheon at her nonie on Hwy. 61. Following the luncheon, which was served buffet style, bridge was played with Mrs. Moore winning high scure, Mrs. Lendcnnic Fowler, second high and Mrs. A. A. Hardy, low. Potted plants were used in decorating tho entertaining rooms of the home. Bits of News Coming Events Social Calendar [Housing Chief Willing I To Lift Restrictions PAGE mcelinj; At The Hospitals niythcvlllc Hospital Dismissed: Bernice Russell, Roseland. Mrs. Oland Jordan and Bragg City. Mo. baby. Mrs. W. R. Campbell, city. Thomas Moore. Rte. 2. city. Walls Dismissed: P. Perkins, Rte. 2. cily. Pete Coleman, Holland. Mo. Mrs. Herbert Graham and baby, Air Base. W. C. Porter. Holland. Mo. Mrs. J. n. Lambert and baby, city. Miss Jesie Sritc. city. Mrs. Alice Maxwell and baby. Air Base. Mrs. Claude Webster. Rte. 3, Slcele, Mo. Joe T. Hughes, city. Osceo/o News Tommy Banister, a student at Arkansas Tech. Russcllville. returned to school yesterday after supending the midterm vacation here with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Banister and a small black felt hat. She carried a white prayer book topped with white gardenias and carnations with white streamers, Dewitt. VanCleve served his brother as best man and ushers were Charles Lipford and Douglas Mor- Immsdiately following the ceremony a reception was held in the home. The three tiered wedding cake was placed on a mirrored plaque ccntciing the riming table and was garlanded with fern and white snapdragons. Mrs. Jack Owen and Mrs. Dewitt VanCleve presided over the table assisted by Mrs. Roland Green and Mrs. Cal Gossett. Miss Tiiehna Rice was in charge of the guest book. Immediately following the reception the bride and bridegroom left for a brief wending trip after which t they will return here to make their home at 1409 West Ash. Mrs. Eberdt, mother of the brids, • wore a black crepe dress trimmed' an<t family, in red with black accessories anU I Tlle Rcv - Russell J. Clubb. pastor a corsage of red carnations. j ° l 'he First Baptist Church, and Mrs. VanCleve, sister-in-law of I Mrs - Clubb, left today for Little the bridegrcom, chose a green crepe i Rock where they will attend the dress and her corsage was of green I Stale Evangelistic Conference, tinted gardenias. Joe Rhodes is confined to his home due to illness. His condition Is improved. Mrs. W. T. Ramsey, who underwent a major operation two weeks ago at the Methodist Hospital in Memphis is much improved. Mrs. Elliott Sartain is spending two weeks in Fayetteville as guest of her son, who is a student in the University. Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Naming had as guests for the weekend, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Duncan of Atlanta, Ga Miss Myrn Jean Obermiller wa; called to Jackson, Mo,, Saturday because of the sudden death of hei father, T. H. Obermiller. R. A. Ramsey is a patient In the Methodist Hospital in Memphis. Mrs. Russell R. Clubb had as he Mrs. Sallie Klmes received word that her son. M.Sgt, Nathan Klines, who for the past two years has been stationed on Okinawa, has arrived in San Francisco, Calif. He had been In the hospital for two months, undergoing treatment for his eyes. Mrs. Ebb Snrndlcy left today fov a three weeks visit In St. Augustine, Fla. as guest of Mr. mid Mrs W. A. Carter nnd family. Mrs. Turin By-rum of Cambria, III., arrive yesterday (o spend a few weeks n s guest of her son. Paul Byrum. Mrs. Byrum and family. Fred Nccdlumi, who Is employed in Jonesboro, and son John Doss Nceilh'm. student nt Arkansas Elate, spent Ihc weekend here with Mr.s. Nccdham. John Doss has been elected as captain of the ROTC basketball tenm there. Mr. and Mrs. U. C. Allen arc spending today In Memphis on business. M. K Day of (he Day Amusement Co., has returned from a Coin Machine Convenlion, held at the Sherman Hotel In Chicago. 111. Mrs. E. R. Lancashire returned Saturday from a three weeks visit with relatives in Columbus and Wellington, Ohio. Dr. and Mrs. H. C. Sims find Mr. and Mrs Chester Caldwcll arc spending a winter vacation In New- Orleans. Billy Eldridge. student at the University of Arkansas Lnw School, has been elected president of the Kappa Sigma Fraternity. He Is the son of Mrs. Baker Wilson of Blytheville. Jane V/ilson. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Baker Wilson, is confined to her home with influenza. Grady Magce of Carlisle, Ark., returned there today after spending the weekend here as guest of Mr. an:l Mrs. T. I. Seay nnd family, and Mrs. Bertie Hawks and son. Randa.l. MaJ. and Mrs. H. E. Ross of Leav- enworlh, Kan., were the weekend guests of Mr. nnd Mr.s. E. J. Heaton. Tutsi)*? Tuesday Urlili'.e Club with Mrs, W. C. IliiT.inson. La NCIIVC Ciub beini; onleiuil:i- ed ut the home of Mrs. Cl:ironri> S. Webb. Tri-Town, Brlc!j!<> Cluli mci-Uns ill Hie home of Mrs. J. Mi>ll iironks Jr. Clmpler 1), p. i;. o mcciing nt iho humc of Mrs. C. W. Afflick for 1 o'clock luncheon. Mrs. L. K. Old win vc hosli'ss lo Wednesday Bridge Club members. Mi's. Uill i-Yi Ruson will enlertiiia Avatar, Bunco Club at the home "f Mrs. \v. p. Mnlion on 126 W. Kentucky, r Mrs. O. V.'. McCulclien will be I hostess to Town mid Country Club i j?48_Chevro!et to Be Shown Here members. Thursday Jolly Kislit Club meeting at I he home of Mrs. Neville Blakemore. Club Kiglu nuTtlng at the home of Mrs. R. C. Allen. Bunco Club Ueinu entertained ut the homo ol Mrs. Gene Kills. Octe:ie Club meeling at the home of Mrs. R. C. Rose Thursday Luncheon Club meeting at the home of Mrs. H. D. Hughes.' Mid-Week Club bring entertain ed ill the home of Mrs. Harry W Haincs. Thursday Contract Club merlins,' nt the home of Mrs. G E Keck. WASHINGTON. Jilll. 211. <UP> — Homing Expediter TlRiie K. Woods snld todny ie.slilrl.ions on non-cs- seutlal Imslnew conslrucilou save "very HI tic" material for ImnsliiK. Woods told a srimte banking subcommittee on rent (hut 'I would- ' n't 'eel b;ui" If ivoii-oswiiUiU vc-1 slrlc'lon.s \\ero eliminated from the hmisini- m-t. I I lle si'ld "dial program lm.s more! Slslerluind hi';ul:ichc.s th:in irnl control." Woods said |i| s office hus refused to f-riMil permits oil about $75,000.000 of non-essential omslmelton — jsm-li ns bowlim; alloys, nice Inv'is, [oti 1 ,--since July I. inn, imt (hat he • felt little of (hi- umUTiiil saved i found Us wny Into housing, i "Most of It went for olher forms of commercial building," iu> sn ld. "It's hard lo Miy just how much this provision saved for nctual housing. I'd say only n small County Council Meet Hekl By Demonstration Clubs A County Council Meeting of the County Home Demonstration Clubs [ was held Saturday at the Ynibro school. Miss Gertrude Bond, new home demonstration agent for -Mississippi County attended the meeting for the first time and discussed with the gorup, plans for the coming year. Keith J. Bilbrey, county agent, and E. A. Hollingsworth, assistant county agent also attended. Mr. Bilbrey told of the needs of the Home Demonstration Clubs and also the «i clubs. Demonstrations were given by Mis. Spencer Bunch and Mrs. B. A. Bugg. Mrs. Charles Abbott presided over the business session due to the absence of the president. Mrs. Spencer Bunch gave the de- ,|jotional and Mrs. W. I,. Smith was <J?!i charge of the recreational pro»ram during which Mrs. C. A Vinson and Mrs. Dave Abbott won prizes. A pot-luck dinner was served in the cafeteria of the school. Miss Bracey Is Honored With Pot-Luck Supper Miss Jean Dedman and Miss Jo Ann Trieschinann were hostess last night when they entertained the Junior Miss Club al a pot luck sup- per with Miss Roberta Bracey a,, guest of honor, at thhe Dedham home. Miss Bracey, who celebrated her loth birthday yesterday, was presented gilts by the 10 guests who attended. A pink and white color scheme with the Sweet Sixteen motif prevailing was carried out in all the decorations. Following supper, tlie guests played bridge. Civic Calendar Mimday Junior chamber of Commerce Board of Directors—7:30 p.m. Northeast Arkansas Council, B. S. of A. Annual nicellng. Hotel Noble—6:30 p.m. Tursiliiy Lion's Club—12:15 p.m. Junior High p. T. A. Executive Board — '2:^0 p.m. followed by . T. A. meeting—:i:oo p.nx. American Legion—7:30 p.m. Wednesday Klwnllis Club—12:10 p.m. Thursday notary Club—12:10 p.m. Yell County Educator Enters Governor's Race I'L/MNVIKW, All;.. Jim. 'Jli. rUI'l —Three iinnoiiiwi'd c»mll<in1i>s ,MTO In the wide-op™ nice for governor of Arkansas todny following the tumomicc-mont "! a Yell County school superlnieiult'jil. A. W. Housi-r of rlaliivli'w salil vo«tci-diiy that IIP will lie a candidate even llioiii-li "IKI one- lins soil- cilrd my candidiiry." Other nniioimiTd candidates nre James t Unrip M'icl Mnckrcll and John I onsdale. Jr.. mayor of 1-ons- dale. Ark ANNOUNCEMENT The Annual Coon Supper of the Men's Club of the First Presbyterian Church will be held tonight at 7:03 o'clock. Members and iviemls of the congregation are invited to attend. Episcopalians of State To Meet in Fort Smith FORT SMITH, Ark., Jan. 26 (UP> —Eniscopal Church members will gather here Wednesday for the annual two-day convention of the Arkansas Diocese. Principal speakers will included Bishop R. Bland Mitchell of Little Rock: the Rev. John Deforest Pettus of Santa Barbara. Calif.- and the Rev. Thomas V. Barrett.' head of the Church's national council's division of college work. The diocese and it's women's auxi hary will elect officers Thursday. Icy Pavement Causes Crash on Chickasawba An icy spot on the pavement, kept from melting because it lay in the shade of a garage building was blamed for a collision at the intersection of Broadway and Chickasawba yesterday afternoon between cars driven by H C. Thompson and L. S. Hartzog, both of Blytheville. Police said Mr. Harlzog attempted to stop when Mr. Thompson made a left turn onto Chickasawba but his car struck the ice and slid. Body and fender damage »c- sultcd to Mr. Thompson's car while a fender and grill on Mr. Hartzog's car was damaged. Osceola Events Monday Young people of the First Mclh- odist Church meeting in Jonesboro at the First Methodist Church for district meeting nt 7:30 p.m. Junior Progressive Club meeting at the First Methodist Church at 7:30 p.m. Business Women's Circle of the First Baptist church mectiiiR with Mr.s. John Douglas at 7:30 p.m. Royal Ambassadors of the First Baptist Church meeting at church at 7:00 p.m. Tuesday Week of Prayer. Fiist Presbyter- Ian Church meeting at the home ol Head Courier News Want Ad> I Mrs. David S. Lanev. Hilary Club m"ol(np, at 12:10 p.m. nl the Mnfonii' Hall. Lvclnre at the Gnsii Theatre on "C-.uicer," cecir.nini; al l:Ho p.m. Boys and Girls h:\rkelball game. Osceola .vs Luxorn, 7:30 p.m. here. Wi'dnrsday Week of prayer. First Presbyterian Church UH'etinu ut the home of Mrs. George Doyle. Two (able club meeting at I ho home of Mrs. C. C. Bowen at 2:30 p.m. Mission study at First Methodist Church at 7:l>0 p.m. Bible .study and prayer at Kirst Baptist Churi-li at 7:110 p.m. Thursday Week of prayer. First Presbylcrl- au Church iiu'cling at the home of Mrs. Hob Ciomer. KlwanLs club nt 7:00 p.m. at the Elementary Scluiol. i-'rhliiy First Presbyterian Church, week of prayer meeting al the home of Mrs. Steve Bowker at 9:30 a.m. Two table Club meeting with Mis. D. I-'rcd Taylor al 2:00 p.m. Girls and boys basketball (;aiue, Shawnce • vs Oscrcola. there. 8:00 p.m. Displaying design chances Indicated by a minimum change-over period to prevent production Blow-down, the 1018 model Chevrolet IMssoiiBcr car will be on display at Ixiy Kleh Chevrolet Co., Walnut anil Kallioad, beginning tomorrow. There an; 11 models In ihrcc scrles-l-'lcelllne. Fli-elinimtcr m.d Slylcmaster— leaturlng a redesigned mltator grill and enslim chaws providing n more rigid crankslmlt and more durable thin-wall babbitt bearings. The new Chevrolcls also liu'dlioiiil:- HUM. i-lmiijjrs: buna rubber rln,, oil seal on valve sKins llnve pillion Ignition swllch. lli;luln K switch circuit Weaker, pressure-' lype radiator cap lals'vs the luilllng point about 10 degrees. 'Happy Nat' Is Gon^ and Neighbors Mourn Loss of Everybody's Friend Greece, Keep* It 8«cnt "What's it for?" Binder When told It was (or the iUrvinf and the poor, Happy Nit contributed $300 wor |,h 0 J good*. "Don't tell anybody." b* -*M "Don't tell my wife." "H goes on like that all th* time,* Selden satd. "They come in to tell me Umt, the sign in the window makes them feel sad. They come in and tell me what a fine man he w»s. "Ills profits went to the needy. He lent money. He didn't uk for Interest and he forgot to uk lor tho money back." Police Also Sad Even the police who Investigated the murder tclt sad. They recalled how they had told Binder it WM dangerous to slay alone la hl» stores at nights, especially on Saturdays. But Binder didn't hire * helper. ... He couldn't afford it the way his business was run. Besides he wasn't afraid. He had been held up ouce before, but that dldn'L bother him. He lilted peoplf. That'll what made the officer* feel so bad when his body wu found sprawled in hU shop. It wai so unnecessary. j Everybody knew that Happy Nat would Kladly have given the gun| man more than he got by fore*. j . Do You Suffer With COLON TROUBLES? Causes - Kffecls - Treatment Told in FREE BOOK BOSTON. (UP)—Mnx Scldcll'si business is disposing of property, lie never ran Into a situation like the one he met when he .started selliiif the slock of 11 Smith Knd luiber- du.stwry whose owner yrns dead. "Everyone, who comes m ticre looks like u mourner." Hi'idcn said. "I've never sold nut n business where Hie cii.stiuner.s loved u stoic owner like this." The store owner wns Nulliiin Rites Planned tor former Federal Reserve Cashier 'ITI'LH ROCK. Ark. 1 . Jan. 2(1.— (UPi—Kniionil nrrniiijcineiil.s were ng planned lodny lor Mack H. IB, former cashier of the Little Hock branch of tho Federal He- serve Bank of St. Louis, lie died In Lltllc nock hnspltul vesterclity. Born In llule.svltlc, Lone was associated with bunks nnd Im.sfnoss Interests In Batcsvlllc and Joncs- o when ho came to Little Rock In 1900. He IK survived by his wife and two rfauiilUer. 1 :. /VASAL 'rYesootfie\ that's a job for "C0m/y"and "fif/nty irritated ' " \.mem6ranes INS guest last week her mother. Mrs. W. R. Funston of Little Rock. Melvin Speck, S. L. Gladish. George Florida and A. V/. Florida arc in Kansas City this week on business. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wiseman and Mr. and Mrs. Tal Tongate will leave Tuesday for a vacation in points of Interest In Florida. DO THIS TO RUIEVE DISTRESS Hub throat, c.hest and back thoroughly with comforting Vtcks VapoRub at bedtime VapoRub starts to work instantly... and it keeps up its fine soothing action for hours lo relieve distress even while you\ Make Your little AngelV First Shoes •^ ~>*.~-^N ^^} A Treasure of Babyhood! For birthdays, anniversaries, and special occasions ... to make some-one happy .. . . . a Mason Masterpiece ts a gift that shows both aflection and thoughtfulness. Proud parents and relatives will treasure this Iironzed souvenir of babyhood days. $6.00 Pr. up We Psckup end Deliver Teller Italics Bassinette Car Red $5.9? I S5.9f. $•1.95! • Story Rooks • Valentines • Shower Gifts THE TOT SHOP Mrs. Maurice (Shirley) Sanders T10 South Sc-oml St. Phone 2308 Qu/c/t MENTHOUTUM • When naaty nnsnl frritnlion c:orks up your nostrila, or Icavca nose Hniiifi dry nnt! "burning." tjuickl ri'at->i for Mcnthnlnium,cnntninin({ coiiivrirtinij Camphor and minty MunMinL.Sprcnu ilgcnllyin-niulfirounclnostrits.Qtitck 1 / it works to help thin out thick caucus And medicated ynpora ponclrnto frir hack tocotufurl. irrjlnitxl incnnbranefl. I/so MciUliolatutn nt ni^liL, KM lnnv clear your lit-nd fcola in tho mortiinct (let MetiUiolntitm fodny nnd kuci> it linndy for nil :i!\, i «il irritation. AISO RELIEVES CHSST-COIDTIGIITNESS, NEAQ-COLD SIUFflHtSS AXD CHAPPING RITZ THEATRE Blytheville, Ark. Wednesday, Jan. 28th 11:30 p.m. Happy Nat) Binder, and all Selden had known about him was that ho was shot and killed Nov. 17 In a. $21 holdup. Hi- began (o learn more when In: put up hl.s slijn. "Going out of business. I'ivcrythinR must be sold." Passer.sby sniped at the reminder (hut Happy Nat was none. Oth- i'1's from tin; teeinisif: tenements dropped in wllh the only tribute they could nlTorcl. Kvciytiudy's I'liciid "lie was my friend," they said, "lie was everybody's friend.". l.lltle by little Individual stories weie pieced tonclher lo show why Happy Nat In U5 years had become so imur In material things, lint so ! rich In friendship. "I.ool-. lady." he would say to K customer. "Your lUllo hoy ne«la K sweater. You lake it. Pay me, later. Pay me any lime. You waiu both? Take Ihem both. Get out. now before Komconc sues me and wants the saint; llilnn at tho samu price." Tho lllllc man upstairs wanted $5 worth of clothing lo scud to Scad Courier News Want Ada. YOU WOMEN WHO SUFFER HOT FLASHES, FEEL CHILLY- Here's Good News! Arc you heU'.'een tho n(jis of :in nnrl 53 uml poliiK thrcm;;)) Hint trylllif functional 'mlddlc-UKO 1 pcj Loil ]n*- cithiir to WHticuV Dru'S Mils nmko you jmrtrr from lint iLnsh™. fcc-l rlatmny, so nrrronjr, Lrrllnblp, weak? Tlieu DO try I.yiUrv K. niiklium'Jt Vci:elnh]n rompmitul la relieve aUi:h symptoms! U'K [lunniiH tor Uila! 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