The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 2, 1947 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, October 2, 1947
Page 2
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Will Wed Here Oct. 8 oounraii NEWS Un Rctai TravU aapfjew to da; UM et«a«niaot and a^pro«ch- inf marrlac* of h»r 'daughter. Miss • Ann Travis, to James C. Cole, rf the late Mr. and Mrs. W. A. x*». '.•••: - . ;•.'.'.•".':• '.v. The w*ddin( will b« aolemniaed Oct. ». MlM Trar» wa^. traduated this tttr tnm «yth»»«l e Hi»h School wher* atw wma an honor <itudent »nd an ««k*r ir. ssvcral orarnita- Hon*. , •„'. ,_ .'. h Mr. (Mawaaalao graduated from B!yth«rill« Hi»h School and it now 'wn^oyrt'; by Fitipatrick Jewelry St«re. B* lava «Urah of three years wrriM"lii.thc Dn!t*d atatea Navy. ManyvAttcnd Jaihiboree On Eyit <>( Contest Here It «a| a touch of Mardi Gras anrl cjirnival'tim«—the "Cotton Picker's Jumbor** 1 ' held last night for the first time on the eve of the Na- llonal!:Cotton Plcklns Contest. Mu»io for the Jamboree, a rree itreet-<lahce, »-a» ru'rnrsed by "The renn«*aeearis", who played pieces ranfinli from: fox>trots and J5« to modern'.".jitterbug: tunes. Tha.lcrpwds .who gathered on the roped off- block on Railroad Street betwsen' Walnut Street and Chick- «awbai''Ay«., dancwS and ate popcorn, hamburgers.. 1 - hot dogg an' 1 other caniiyal refreshments. Adt' ins to the cplprfulhtsi of the 'evci were glib-tojiguerl.T. r."'Doe" De.i", an* Bill Crawford. Before the or- jhestra's appearmne*, TrtA Callthsn Miss Patsy Ann Travl* will become the bride of Jnme* C. Oole In ,1 ceremony here Oct. i, it was announced today by her mother, Mr*, i Helen Travis. . Crawford Becomes Bride of M. C: Qfeenway Miu Bmmi Lou Crawfard. daughter 8f Mr. and Mrs. Hardy R. Crawford, of Dell, became the bHde of Malcolm C. Greehway, son of Mrs. Cara ,- Greenway. and the lat« L. rSrecriwayl In ; a ceremony solcmn- iwd Monday morning »t 11 o'clock •t tha Greenway home. Tht Rev M. * Griffin of Dell, pastor ef Mary*. Chapel Baptist Church, officiated. Mra Orwnway attended Arkan»s State College at Jonesboro. wher*. «he was a member of the Delta Beta Ohl sorority. . For the past .-two;, >ear« she has been » leacher In the Dell schools. Mr. Greenway U engaged In farming near Dell, where they .will make their home. • • * Two Hostesses Honor Bride-elect at Shower Miss Bettj iijls Defoor and Miss 1 "Vinle Mae Hessie entertained last nipit at Misn ^Defoor's home on In charge of the program. Others participating were Mrs. Henry Berry. Mrs. J. B. Wacncr. Mrs. Lee Powell and Mrs. Mildred Trail. In addition to the II members i present were three gucsU, i Mrs. Bjrry gave the closing pray- j er and a-social hour followed. ! * • • iBank President Gives Al Fresco Dinner Party ' Onp of the mosi outstanding of the many National Cotton Picking Contest, social events given last night was an al fresco dinner in the back yard of the Sam Williams home, 105S Holly St. Mr. Williams entertained 80 men, members of the Blythevtlle Board of Trade, with the dinner. Includ- . ed on the menu were turkey, baked | ham. barbequed ribs, slaw, assorted I hors d outvres, cheeses, and hot ' coffee. Street with a mLicellaneoiis "- nirprwe shower complimenting Miss Rianita Kvans; whwe wedding to Demalei C RAmnej will be solenintz- ea tomorrow 'Decorating the home for the oc- ctMion were marigolds and Pall flower* In varied hues. Guests wer* ten of the bride-elect's most intimate friends. ' The. guest of hnnor wore « fushia •lilt with green 'accessories and pinned a. cora»?e of white carnations. a gift of th* hostesses, at her shoulder. ' Refreahment* of individual cakes Inscribed with J'Juanlta and Donsld" were aerved with hot chocolate '.'--- * • • Business Women Meet With Mrs. Beulah" Lloyd The Business Women's Circle of Calyafy Baptist Church was entertained Tuetday "night at the home Of Mr*. Beulah Lloyd with a Royal Service program and social hour. *tr«. Darrell Lunsford gave the opening prayer and Mrs. Lloyd WM | Rainbow Girls Install Miss Crews,; as Advisor OSCEOL.A. Oct. 2.—Officers of the Order-of Rainbow Girls have been Installed. Mannle Sue Crews was installed as worthy advisor. mid others who will serve with her include Kath- erlne Booths, associate worthy advisor; Nancy Burr, charity; Lola Moore, hope: Peggy Douglas, faith; Doraflean Olrdley, drill leader; Louise Ragland, chaplain; Patsy Cone, treasurer; Peggy Lou Grtgsby. musician; Geneva Bruce, choir direo- tor; Jean Wilmoth, outer observer; Betty Matheny, confidential observer; Martha Jane Bunn, patriotism: Martha Nell Head, service: Helen Hanna. Immortality; Jessie Nell Clnrk, love; Charlie Fay Lcmmons nature; Shirley Morgan, fidelity; and Mrs. Mattle Shippen as mother advisor. Bobbie Shoemaker, retiring wo thy advisor, was presented a gift and Peggy Chiles sang. "Over the , Rainbow" and dedicated it to Bobi ble Shoemaker. j Mrs. E. R Bogan and Frank Sanders gave brief talks and Mrs. Ship- i pen presented gift* to the Installing j officers. A soci«] hour followed. At The HoipHah ni.VTIIF.VII.LK HOSHTAI, Admitted: Mrs. R. !|. P. Burks, city. . James Winifred Glen. Cooler, Mo Joe Bales, city. Dismissed: Katharine Thompson, city. Mrs. W. B. Ihgrum and baby, eltv W. c. Phtckstt, city. Elmer Brooks, Stecic. Mo. .lean Studdnrd, Armorel. Births: Born to Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Cov- Inglon, city, a son yesterday. WALLS HOSPITAL Dismissed.: AngeliU Vcleque*. Manila. Mrs. V. C. Holt. city. Lorene Brock. Steele. Mo MP.TIIOD1ST HOSPITAL, Memphis Dismissed: J. S. Hartrich. Wilson. Mrs. B. i. Lynch,' Mr*. 'M. 6. Usrey, Mrs. Cecil Shane, and Mr*. Oscar rendler apant jr«t«rday In MemphU. Mrs.' Nc*l Oalla«h«r and Kn, John, of Kansu city, M«., left Tue*day to returi} to their home after a JO day. y|,| t with her brother. Shelburne Brewer, and Mr«. Brewer. Mlu BUM* Loul*, »,"' M , r ' •"?•»»•• *• - , ill »rrlv« home tomorrow t« spend wveral «aya with her parent* and .later. Mary France. Gain*. She I. , .turtent at the Memphis School of Art MlM Mary Katharine Heea* will return today \a her home in Jonea- boro after havlnc b«n the lue.t for a brief time »f Mr., H. r.. Smith and family. Mr. and Mrs. H. A.' Burnett Jr. and win. Donald Lewi., will spend the weekend in Uayfleld. Ky a* «ue»U of Mr. Burnett'* mother, Mr.. H. A. Burnett Sr. Mr. and Mrs. B. c. Covlnjtpn are parent.! of a ion born yesterday at the Blytheville Hospital, Hi" la their first child. Mr*. CoHmrton I* the former MlM Cor* Oraham . Mr*. Franklin Atlclnnoh has left for D.ll«a, Tex., where ihe will vUit relatives for lfj.daya. THUIWDAY, OCTOB1!! f Arkansan Urges Special Session •r»oks Hoys Stresses : Need for Action to Help Europeans LITTLB .ROCK, Ark., Oct. 2. IU.P.)—Rep. Brooks Hays at Little Reck said here today that assistance to Europe under the Marshall plan should depend upon the European governments achieving a maximum of telt help. Th* Fifth District congressman reiterated hl» belief that a special aeaaion of Congresn should be called to deal with the European problem before the regular session In January. Discuulng the European situation jenerally, Hays said there are two dlJtlnct problems for the American people to decide in formulating » program to combat Communism. , "One has to do with immediate help or an emergency character to prevent widespread hunger anrt diatreai during the winter." he aald. ''The other Involves the permanent reconstruction of the continent's Industry *n that outside aid will not b* required." "Barriers to commerce In Europe must 'be removed," Hays declared. "8ome countries have no .,,„„,.. raw material.', and some with raw laughter born to-Mr. and Mra. | materials lack food for which these •i. L. Finer yesterday In XI tune. •** materials can be exchanged " I. hi, h»*n „._.* ,..u,- ,._. | H, jMd that Britain and Ger-. many hav« sufficient coal, but ! Britain ha» a manpower problem I and German production is await-1 h>r settlement of occupation pol-' icien. "A complete collapse or the economic and political systems Is 1 lotvitable unless emergency relief la forthcoming soon." he declared ' He aald that floods, drought and '• bllr.rards follower! soon after thr; war and further delayed recovery.' Sales Lecturer Speaks At Kiwanii Luncheon E. C. House. New York sales consultant and lecturer, addressed members of the Kiwanls club at their weekly meeting yesterday noon at the Hotel Noble.' Mr. House gave his impressions of Blytheville and pointed out i that, the citizens gave Insufficient i support, to civic groups and activities. J. Nick Thomas, former Btythe- vllle resident now living | n Florida, was a guest. -Autos Collide Fender dvmije raaultrt whtn cars driven by Jamea Rojr and Harry E. Ingram, both or Blythe- vlllc, collided at the Interseetlon of Chickasawba Avenue and C*m*t*rr Road early this mornlnj. Police reports showed that Mr, fioy was turning off Chlckauwb* Mr: Ingram attempted to pass him. Mr. Inaram received a slightly bruised hand. No arre4t* were .made. Doctors Offer New Policy on Interneships LITTLE ROCK. Ark.. Oct. 2 'UP) —The medical profession of Arkan- ras moved today to hold medical school graduates In the stale after ; completing their internships. The program as outlined by Dean D. B. Wells at the opening of the Fall session of the University of , • Arkitm?* M"dical School here yesterday would sot up a two-year "ro- , tat In;" internship at mrcc major ' I hospitals in Little Rock. | ! It also would provide training fa- j ctlllics for 30 graduates of the medical school each ycnr. emphasize ! general medical practice rather -" —~ ...»..*.., ™-. _ L » U ..« «v ^vt I than specialization. n nri permit nn higher; spots up 7Sc. Bulk of food ! interchanipe of Internships among'""" 1 - Vl "'" ""* '- "" "-- — •": the three hospitals. The plan received the support ol medical school staff members and Livestock ST. LOUIS NATIONAL STOCKYARDS. Ill, Oct. 3. tUT) (USDA) — Livestock: Hogs 8.400, salable 1,000; market active, uneven, with 110 Iba. up steady to 2Se lower thin average Wednesday. Llghtar weight* »t*adr to 25c higher; *owi atrong to SOc Ne MCM.V Sprays, or Powder — Inexpensive •TATE DISTEJBUTOIIB Carafe BM». Little K«ek officials of Baptist State, St. Vin cent's and the University hospitals. . , Mn n*er it the former Ml** Beatrice Justus of Blythevlll., daurhter of Mr and Mrs. E. W. Justus, 5*11 West Ash St, .Jackie la the Fisher.' first child. The Rev. George Stewart of Perryville arrived l.*t night to «pend » few days with hts parentj. th» Rev. and Mrs. Allen D. Stewart. Mr. and Mra. Lloyd Wise are spending two weeks In St. Louis and visiting here relative* In Kansas city: Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Cotes left tills, morning for • Norfork and Mountain Home to ipend a week at their lodge. Mrs. J. A. McKay will leave tonight for Memphis, where she will spend the weekend ».i meet »f Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hodge. North Carolina to Execute Five Felons Tomorrow RALEIGH. N. C., Oct. 2. (.UP) — Oov. Gregg Cherry today refused to intervene in the scheduled execution tomorrow of five state convicts, the largest number ever to die in one day in the lethal chamber at Central Prison. met choice 180 to 280 lot. 2C.M. top 29.75 for few lota. Heayier wclRhic scarce. 160 to no Ibs. 2828.15; 130 to 150 lb«. J*,M-J7.7S; 100 to 120 ItM. 2J.50-24.7S; |Ood 270 to 450-lb. sows 27-28.2!; few M.SO; heavier welghU 25.50-27, with moot stags 17-20. Cattle »,(KX). salable 4.SOO; calves 2,000 all salable. Opening trade steers and butcher yearllnia with steady and moderately active on stears moving entirely on ahfpper account. Several loads medium to god heifer* and mixed yearlings average good at«er« 2S-M; a tew 25-27; odd head heifera to M; .» medium kinds 16.50-23. Little done gas on cows, with bit packen unevently lower. Parish Youth Delegate Will Attend Conference Plans'•for-sending; a youih 'delegate, Carl Robertson, to the Cleveland Conference of young people of Methodist Churches in the United States, were made last night at this year's final business meeting of the West Blytheville Parish of Methodist Churches at the home of the paslor, the Rev. H. L. Robison. The Rev. Mr. Robison presided »t the business session, during which plans were discussed for a box supper to be held Oct. 8 at Lone O»k Methodist Church. Proceeds of the supper will be used to send the delegate to the conference. The pastor announced that a communion service meeting of the , three church charges would be held i Oct. 5 at Half Monti Church. Mrt. Wat ton Entertaint With Afternoon Luncheon OSCEOI.A, Oct. J.—Mrs. W. W ! Watson Jr., was hostess to two tables | of club member* yesterday ' after- j noon with a luncheon. | Mrs. Watson won the high Kore. (With Mrs. Searcy Meant winning second. _ -. following the games the hostess JP««jnion Dies ferved « dessert course with hot , drinks. icr . , ir Meetings Chickasawba Lodge 1.14 r. and A. M., will meet tonight at the Hall In special communication at 7:3(1 o'clock. There will be work In the MM Degree, by order of the Worshipful Master. Max Parks. The spacious home was decorated with Fall flower* in mixed color*. New* Mrs, Lev! cisseli was • a Memphis visitor for a brief time. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Chlsm and son. Bobby, motored to Memphis Tuesday. Save a Little- Have Much! Life Insurance Ir s fortune . . and whether a policy Is modest or imall. everybody buy*' it on the installment plan. E. H. (Eddit) Ford Lynch Billdlnr Phinu BM. Ull KM. 1IU 5*t I.KmenU St. BlrlhaTlU* General AiMrie» Lift !•*. C*. R«d Courier News Want Ads Hundreds Of Pairs Indies Heavy Duty — Brown O"!y OXFORDS Suitable For Any Type Weather Now Only Priced At «3.98 S 2.69 I. ROSENTHAL Inc. 226We9tMoinSt. Phone 2562 Blan Heath An(o A Home Supply '•- West M*in St.' Phone «2g BOSTON. Oct. 1. i UP. - Charles r. Adams, millionaire sportsman nd former heBrt o( thn First National Stores. Inc» chnin grocers rtted at Phillip* *p;oiist ofA.ihc Majsachu.setts General Hospital' 1 to-' day. He was 10. "And don't give me any «f (hat somethinK-must- hnve-haiipened-to-lhe-motor line ... I happen to know (hat couldn't happen 'cause SEAY HI r TOR COMPANY put a no\v motor in your car!" 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