BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) COURIER NEWS THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 1«, 1MT Phon* 4461 Beta Sign* Phi Meets For Dinner, Ceremony Th« Alpha Alpha Chapter of Beta Blgma Phi had iU ritual of Jrwel and pledft ritual ceremony and dinner laat nl(ht at the Colcnlal Room of Hotel Noble. • The table* were overlaid with white cloths and centered with bouquets of Talisman roses, the sorp- ity flower, In a low, bronze bowl. Following the dinner the ritual of jewel ceremony was held with Miss Alice Sallba, Miss Iva Se»y and Mrs. Dick Wilson in charge. Those receiving their degrees were Mrs. Virgil Boyd, Mrs. Frances Gummlll, Mrs. Betty Jo Porter, Miss Elolse Yates, Miss Martha Frances Stevens and Mrs. Robert I. Thompson. Those receiving their pledge ritual degrees were Mrs. Richard Osborne, Mrs. Fred Steadmsn, Miss Ruth Seay, Miss Shirley Barham, Mrs. E. M. Terry Jr., Mrs. Herbert Child, Miss De»n LaRue, Miss Josephine Shlbley, Miss Nora Simpson, and Miu Jane Castllo. • • . ' » Miss Thurmond Wed To William Campbell Mr*. Atkinson TP Give ~ Book Review At Meeting : Un. O«n» Atkinson will rivlew the book "Talking Through My Hau" by LJly Oache, at a meet- Ing of the Womana Club tomorrow afternoon at 3:30 at the Clubhouse. Mrs. Glsdyt Hnksea, a nat designer will show aome examples of the hat* to be worn during the holidays and Mrs. M. C, Cooke Jr., will talk on textiles, telling the wayi of cleaning hats and the m»- terlsls that should b« used for them. The public ij Invited to attend this meeting. , • • • Luncheon Is Held Yesterday At Hotel The colonel John Msrlln Chapter of the Dauihters of the American Colonists met yesterday noon at Hotel Noble. Following luncheon, Mrs. H. W. Wylie, regent, presided over the business session. Mrs, K M. McCall, historian, presented a program on the colonies and Immigration of many L of the colonUU on the ships, Mary and Margaret. Margaret Truman Singt Tonight in Memphis MEMPHIS, Tenn., Nov. II (UP) — Margaret Truman, the President's daughter arrives here today from Little Rock, Ark., for her concert before an expected capacity audience. Mr. Truman's singing aaugiiter will be given the usual secret service protection assigned to members of the Presidential family during her stay here. ,, / Coming Events Social Calendar THURSDAY Club 23 meeting. Thursday night. Alpha Delta Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi meeting with Mrs Gilbert Hammock at 2:30 p m. Mrs. R. S. Hauls, Mrs, Reece Woolen and Mrs, J. F, Johnson entertaining with a miscellaneous shower honoring Miss Pandoria .Whllwurth, bride - elect o! Jack Owen. Fitlelis Sunday School Class of First Baptist Church meeting, 7 Non-Delegate Starts Big Ruckus During Meeting of Texas Baptists Ur and Mrs. Bob Barnes left .this morning for an extended visit In Fort Pierce, Fla., with Mr, Barnes' brother J. L, -Barne* and Mrj. Barnes. They will stop at Silver Sprlngtf Fla,, where they will visit Mr. Barnes' nephew, J. L. Barnes Jr. for several days be/or* going on to Port Pierce, Mrs. Dyer Garner, Mrs. V. C. Patterson and Mrs. Taft Metzger spent yesterday in Memphis. Mr, ad Mrs. Chester caldwell will leave tomorrow for Birmingham, Ala., where they will attend the Georgia Tech-Alabama football game Saturday. They will then go to Durham i N, C., where they will visit their 'tons, Dan and Chester Jr.V who are students at Duke University. They plan to be gone two weeks. Mr. snd Mrs W. F. Fitzgerald Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Thurmond of Memphis, formerly of Blytheville, announce th e marriage of their daughter, MUs Margie Thurmond, to William Q. Campbtll Jr., o[ New Mr,. Ruth Hofeomta Martin of I &™" ?™ $££> ii'ow^'aff^ rlorlda, and Mr,. Roland Orecn be- , Jf,!S. at ira Walnul Si. cam* new member! of the Clinp- ter. All stale chapt^ra will Castle, Pa., son of Mr. and Mrs. presentatlves In Little Rock .„,.„., W. G. Campbell Sr. of New Castle. «• 3 , 3J » l1 , ct ?}' honoring the natlona Jo |i y ElB i,t club-Mrs. Clco Wren. Thursday ] E. B. Get. have re- I Thursday ock Nov. > Joynor Luncheon Club—Mrs. Contract—Mrs. p. B. The wedding was solemnlitd Oct. President, Mrs. i at the Naval Air Bsue Chapel °' Atlanta, Oa. 19 at Mllllngton, Tenn. Following a wedding trip to Pennsylvania to see his parents, the couple left for Virginia where he will be stationed with the Naval Air Force, Employes Are Honored Personnel of Montgomery Ward was enterltlned last night, 8:30 o'clock, with a dlnner-dtnce at the Legion Hut. Tlie Thanksgiving motif was csr- rled out In all the decorations. Out of town guests for the affair were, Mrs- Ruth Abbott of Poplar Bluff, Mo., R. E. Cook and M. J. Bits of. Evansvllle, Ind. • • • Brownies Are Guests At Birthday Party Brownie Girl Scout Troop Five met yesterday afternoon in the rfc- creation rooms of the First Methodist Church ror their regular meeting and a birthday party honoring Mary Grace Lowry, nine year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Lowry. Various games were played during the afternoon with prizes going to Beth Johnson, Nan Miller, and Margaret Lou Nelson. '. ; " ^ After the gifts were opened ire• freshments of cake and iced drinks were served by the guest of honor's mother. The refreshment table was decorated with blue antl pink crepe paper and centered with the birth. day cake. Thomas Coke Mell | a. N. U. Club—Mrs. Norvllle Humphrey. Octette Club—Mrs. R. C. Rose. Mid-Week Club—Mrs. H, H. Houchins. FRIDAY Women's Club Executive Board nccting lor Luncheon at club house at 1 [>.m. followed by program at 2:30 p.m. Mrs. R A. Benymnn enlerlain- tig with a party complimenting MI&.S Shirley Bnrham, bride-elect of Rouse Harp. C.B.C. _ MI-S. Paul Byaum. SATURDAY At The Hospitals Blylhcrllle Hospital Admitted Gene Ladd, Cooler, Mo. Mrs. James Earl, Regan, City. Melvin Crosskno, City Dlimlued; Mrs. J. A. Jamer.son, City Blrihi: Born to Mr. and Mrs. Joel Gll- Illand, City a son, last night. Born to Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Flti- geriild, City a daughter, last night. Walls Hospital Dlimloed: Mrs. O W. Cook and baby, C»- ruthersville, Mo. Club Holds Picnic, Nature Hunt At Park A picnic and nature hunt was held yesterday afternoon by members of the Hubba Hubba Gn-Y club of the "Y" at Walker Park. They gathered leaves of various shapes and colors, twigs, and acorns which they will paint and use for Fall decorations for the "Y" playroom. They were accompanied by their sponsor, Miu Ailcl Sallbs. Mrs. Gaines Hostess To Demonstration Club The Yarbro Home : Demonstration Club met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs Clyde Gaines for their regular meeting. The roll call was answered by telling "What I Have To Be Thankful For" A poem "Faithful Few," was given by Mrs. Gaines and Mrs. Elza Wheeler gave the devotional . taken from Psalms 100. The 16 members and two guests. Mrs. Rachae] Patrick and Mrs. E. B. Lloyd, sang "Jesus Is Always There". Mrs. Gaines demonstrated an apron made out of mcns' ties and Mrs. Ernest French gave a demonstration of a Christmas centerpiece made of candles and cotton. Mrs. Walter Barnes toW of the different ways odds and ends could • be used for Christmas. The hostess served refreshments ol sandwiches and Iced drinks. Mrs. Kirby Is'tlostess With Bridge Luncheon Mrs. Harry Kirby was hostess yesterday with a luncheon for members of the Wednesday Bridge Club and one guest, Mrs. Monroe Crain, at her home. When bridge games were played Mrs. Charles Rose won high score and Xfrs. L. B. CMd, ^second. The dining table from which the luncheon was served, was centered with a bowl of bronze and white chrysanthemums and other Fall William Wolfe Speali :! , At Layman's Meeting William Wolfe of DeQueen, State 'resident of the Layman's League of Christian churches wan prlncl- >al speaker last night at a meeting f the League at the First Christian Church here. Mr. Wolfe spoke on the purpose and work of the League as a strong arm of the church. Preceding the speaker was Mr. and Mrs. James-C. Guard. Mr. and Mrs. B, B. Goodman, and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Gnnn will be hosls and hostesses to the Cotillion Club at 0 o'clock at the Legion Hut. Civic Calendar Thursday Rotary Club — 12:io p.m. Frliliy FOOTBALL: Senior High Chicks vs. Batesville there. are parents of a daughter born last night at the Blytheville Hospital, Their fourth child, she has not yet been named. Mrs, Fitzgerald Is the former Miss Bum Lou Mick. Mrs. John B. Walker and daughter Lucy, and Mrs. Harold Thompson Sr. left this-morning for Oletha, Kan., to visit, wiln Mrs. Walker's son William Lee Walker, and family, who Is stationed there with the Navy.They will then go to Topeka where they will visit with the Rev! F. W. Nash and family. The Rev. Mr. Nash formerly was pastor ol the Nazarene church here. They will be Joined in Slkesion, Mo,, by Mrs. Harold Thompson Jr., and son, who will accompany them Condition of J. W. Sykes who 1s a patient at the Memphis Baptlsl Hospital is Improved. Mr. mid Mrs. Gilbert D. Hammock have returned home from Little ROCK where they went to brlni home an I l-months-old baby boy, whom they plan to adopt. They have namec him Grcec. Miss Billie Sue Burks daughter oi Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Burks, and Mlis Anne Wcedman.dauehter of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Weedman. who are students at Texas State College foi Women, Demon Tex., have Joined the Adelphlan and Philomathli Literary and Social Club. Miss Beity Jeannlne Ssherer j daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cornellu: Schcrer, who is a student at South east Missouri Stale Teachers Col lege, Cape Glrardeau, Mo., has pled ged the I3lack Mask Club, a drama tlo organization. She will be a mem her of the cast of one of the tw plays which will be presented a the college this month. Mrs. Joseph W. McHaney and Mrs J. C. Ellis Jr., spent yesterday Ir Cape Girardeau. Mo., as guests o BT JACK KEMP (United Prtw Staff Correspondent) AMARILLO, Tex., rfov. H (UP) — The delegate were singing "Ama- [ng Grace" when the Rev. William Vaser, Fundamentalist minister, •as tossed bodily from the Texas laptlst General Convention. It was debatable wnether actual lows were struck,'but th« press able was knocked over as a group f ministers and laymen hauled Fraser out of the auditorium yesttr- •y- That was after Prater accused Dr. Louie D, Newton of Atlanta, Ga., f being a "friend of Stalin" and friendly to Russia." Fraser, a native of Glasgow, Scot- and, and a veteran of World War I, s a follower of the Rev. J. Frank Norris of Fort Worth and Detroit, a Fundamentalist Baptist. The ruckus started when the con- 'entlon chairman attempted to l.n- roduce Newton, president of the Southern Baptist Convention. Fraser, who holds a pastorate nt Fort Worth, leaped to his feet and houted: "I raise a protest against his man who has gone to Russia ind Is an ally. I would like to chal- enge Dr. Newton to ask him,.." That's where Dr. Wallace Basset, he chairman, interrupted: "You are not going to ask Dr. Newton anything because you are not a delegate and not qualified to speak. Junior High Paps vs Little Rock ] ills ' Hinfs Walters, the former Mis ere, LaFetra May. here scuffle but aaid "This Is the worst they ever did." He was referring to sickerlng between his rundament- tllsts and other factions In the denomination. Two-year-Old Boy Survives Cold Night in Swamp FISHKILL, N. Y., Nov. 13. (UP) — Two-year-old Daniel H. Chadwick was found "alive and well" today by soldiers after he had been missing for nearly 2< hours In lonely swamplands bordering his home near here. The boy, for whom police and volunteers had searched a 10-mile area of swamplands, was found walking on ridge four miles 'I'm spea Along about the time the audience began booing and stamping Its feet' somebody started to sing the old hymn. Others among the 2,500 present Joined In and the song swelled. Meanwhile, several laymen and ministers advanced on Fraser, who climbed from the chair, reddened, ;hen grinned. Then the press table from his home. He was taken Immediately t» the Army Disciplinary Barracks at Greenhaven, where he was put under the care of Major Benjamin Sanford, Army doctor. Two bombers from Mitche Field, N. Y., dropped hundreds of flares during a fruitless night-long search by more than 400 army troops. 10 stat« police, five lire companies, bands of Boy Scouts and some 200 civilians. The boy. Danny Chadwick. son of Capt. and Mrs. Ralph CliachvicK of the Army Disciplinary Barraciu at Greenhaven, N. Y., left his home with a pet dog at 11 a.m. yesterday, and was believed to have wandcrerd into the swampy area that begins only 200 feet from his home. out. .Norris, who was sitting next to Fraser, did not participate In the Osceola Events •fun" period conducted by presid- ng officer, A- L. Mflson, after the 'Truth or Conseciucnces" manner. A short business meeting, at, which League projects were discusned con- :luded the session, 18 members present. Ther« were Initiation Is Held By F. F. A. At Dill The Dell Chapter or the Future Farmer* of Amsricsn held their annual "greenhand" initiation at [he high school agricultural bulld- this week, then 12 new members were received into the club. Officers of the club are Warren Howard, president: Howard Yelverton. vice-president; Sam Harris, treasurer: L. M. Moody, secretary: Henry Gosa. reporter: Colon Mnyo Jr.. sentinel: and Marvin LlpCord, parliamentarian. During the business session It was decided to buy n registered Duroc Jersey sow. THURSDAY Mid-Week Bridge Club, Mrs. O; C. Bowen, 2:00 p.m. , • Kiwanis Club, Elementary School 7:00 p.m. FRIDAY Two Table Bridge Club, Mrs. D. Fred Taylor Jr. Miss Mildred Chambers has re- | '° 'his union." . amice! to Hart:iii£ College, Searcy. [Ark.. after spending (he weekend ' with her parents Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Shearln. ••Mrq, J. E. Wllbourn of Paragoulci Isj spending several days here as guest of her daughter, Mrs. Harry Klrby and Mr. Kirby. Reuther's Forces Oust Veteran Vice President ATLANTIC CITY, N. J., Nov. 13 (U)—R. J. Thomas, vice-president of the United Auto Workers (CIO) and for seven years Its president, was swept out of office by the high- riding forces of his long-time foe, Union President Walter P. Reuther, in the organization's llth convention. Burly, tobacco-chewing "Tommy," who first was put in the union presidency by CIO President Philip Murray in 1939, joined with George F. Addes. defeated secretary-treasurer, In. pledging to stay in the union. Thomas lost to Richard Gosser of Toledo. Addes, beaten after 11 years as secretary-treasurer, told the llth union convention that no "setback, of any kind will alter my allcglar.ee Kiwanians see Playlet Given by Methodist Youth Members of the Methodist Youth Fellowship staged A playlet en tilled "The Lost Church" nt the weekly meeting of the Kiwanis Club yesterday noon at the Hotel Noble. The playlet showed the benefits brought to a community by the church and what the world would be like without churches. • GuesU were Robert L. HarL of North Little Rock and Chester Embree of Jonesboro. State Officials Obtain Ruling In Fund Mix-up LITTLE ROCK, Ark,, Nov. 13(UP> —SUt« Auditor J. Oscar Humphrey and State Treasurer J. Vanc« Clayton havf been advised bjr th» attorney general to.make no further payment* allocated by the board of fiscal control. However, Attorney General Guy Z. Williams Mid he believed they may pay out public funds under current lump-turn and now non-itemized appropriations. Williams, In an official opinion yesterday, said regardless of any Implication which may be found in a recent Supreme Court ruling, the court has never uld directly that lump .sum appropriation! are void, or that itemizatlon of appropriations is required by the corutitu- tlQn. But, h,e said, as the result of a high court opinion In a suit brought by Radio Evnuglelst James Mackerel!, the authority of the Flsca Control ' Board to allocate funds from emergency appropriations has been left In doubt. Until the courts are presented with an opportunity to clear up the point, Willinms advised the fiscal officials not to dis- bures funds allocated by the fiscal bonrd, The Mackreil suit sought to prevent the fiscal control board from transferring emergency funds to the Legislative Council to pay the salaries of a research director and a secretary. In ruling in favor of Maekrell, the ilgh court stressed the fact that no monies could be paid out except by .pei'iftc appropriation. With the Courts Chancary , Edith Hickerson v*. Henry m ton, mlt for dfrorc*. Circuit 8. J. Shumaker n. A. B. , er, wit for farniihment. Common Plea* Mr». Will Hoggard v§. Vlrjil Len- dennle, can settled and ditmiaied. Read Courier Mew* Want Ut. tor, uid hi thought housing b» i political U«u« in 1M«, . phrasing Mark Twain to lay that • housing la "1UM th« weather. Nc 1 — l "* «ver doe» anything about It." Elaine Bank Chartered of Mrs. \v. U Smith lor a pot-luck LHTLE ROCK. Ark Nov 13 I™""' ,, , '(UPi — The establishment of a The meeting was presided over; slnle-chartered bank In Elaine by the president, Mrs. Tuft Mctz- ! Ark., today awaited action of the gcr. and plans were made for the Federal Deposit Insurance Bureau. Red cross home nursing classes to The Delta State Bank of Elaine be held at the Armorcl School. Also filed a request for depojitt insur- P'ans were discussed for the ! ancc following the iranllnc: of a Ihnnksglving party to be held Nov. state charter by the Arkansas Bank- 25 at the school. Tile devotional was given by Mrs Dyer Gamer ntul ing commlMlon yesterday. The newly chartered bank lists a cent. the games i capital of J40.000, a surplus of aes were awarded to Mrs. \ $10,000, and undivided profits of William Ocmoret ol Elaine played, pr Bert ROS.I Jr. and Mrs. Gretla Yin*- ! $4,000" Is president- . Smith Is Hostess With Pot-Luck Dinner Mrj. Julia Haralson, executive secretary ot the Chlckssawbn District of the American Red Cic*s. Mrs. Florence Ellis, visiting Red Cross nurse, and Mrs B. A. Bngg. Chickasawba Distinct home nursing chairman, were guests when the flowers decorated the entertaining ! Armorel Home Demonstration Club rooms of the home. met Tuesday afternoon at the home .FARM DITCHES DITCH BANK LEVELING PRIVATE ROADS OR ANY EXCAVATION Curbs on Installment Buying May Be Restored WASHINGTON, Nov. 13. IU.P.)— The administration and Republican leaders were in agreement today on at least one step that Congress should take to help fight inflation —reimpcsition of government controls on installment buying. The controls expired Nov. 1. Since then. Chairman Robert. A. Tatt of the Senate Republican Policy Committee has recommended that they excess profit taxes. Former Housing Chief Strong for Pre-Fob Houses NASHBILLE, Tenm, Nov. 13. (UP) —The nation's next Industry 1 to become "great" will be the building of prefabricated houses, Wilson W. Wyatt, former federal housing expediter, said today in off-floor discussion at the National Municipal League's annual convention. Wyatt, who also is a former mayor of Louisville, described housing as the only major Industry so far "by-passed" by mass production methods." . Dr. George H. Gallup, nationally- known public opinion poll conduc- Pansnout N»«a an« snorU Continuous Showing 1:15 p.m.-ll:M p.m. B» Ofttee Opens «:Mi Show Start* fi:4S Thursday Friday -ROA9 Tt> UTOPIA* an< Short be restored. And yesterday Secretary of Treasury John W. Bnyder also urged such action. CIO President Philip Murray said restoring installment controls would hardly be enough. He said Congress should take "courageous action" and •evlve price controls, rationing and j i Coming to Hi* GEM THEATRE Blytheville, Ark. ' Saturday and Sunday Whirlwind Horsemen with Ken MaynarJ Cont'd Shows Sat. 12:30 to 11:* Cont. 6h»wlnf Sunday 1:3«-H:»( Admission Adnlta 25e, Tax Inrl. Are You the Sociable Type? 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