The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 18, 1952 · Page 8
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July 18, 1952

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 8

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~^*>»'-J '•-••.«« F Headquarters Open For Democrat Woman As 'Veep' Candidate CHICAGO W — For tha first time in tha history of a major political party forma! campaign headquarters — complete with American Slag, portraits, hndgcs workers and a water cooler—were opened today for a woman candidate for vice president. She Is India Edwards, vice chairman of the Democratic National Committee find director of its Women's Division. Ordinarily the irtea would set the hrush-off at Ihis stage of feminine political development — except that India is quite a vocal figure in the parly. Men. as well as women, besiege her office for appointments. In the Democratic convention headquarters, the Conrad Hilton Hotel, there are presidential campaign headquarters for Russell, Kerr, Harriman. Kefauver and others — and now as one steps off j the elevator on the third /loor there $5 a big placard: "Headquarters for India Edwards for vice president." Portrait Erected Mrs. Jennie O'Hern of Mobrldge. S. D., and Mrs. Francis D. Satter- i field, Atlanta, Oa.. opened it up! and locked up the portraits of their candidate. They plan a formal opening la-, ter. But even now (here is aclinn. i Volunteers have come In to do typing, get out press releases, answer I phones. The place has all the confusion of any other headquarters. The movement on hehalf of Mrs. Edwards — who has said she doesn't expect to be nominated but will campaign if named ,— was started in June in New York by a group of prominent Democratic women. Nrjrlnn Is Chairman Former Rep. Mary T. Norton of New Jersey Is chairman of the national group. The vice chairman, is Julia L. Crews, delegate from j New York. There are some important names among Democratic women on the Executive Committee of the "India Edwards for vice president" group. They Include: Mrs. Georgia Neese Clark, treasurer of the United Slates nnd one of six women who will address the convention; Miss Mnry Dowson, former vice chairman of the Democratic National Committee; Judge Marion Harron of the U. S. Tax Court in Washington; Mrs. Emma Guffey Miller, Pennsylvania national conunltteewornan: Mrs. Margaret O'RIordan. 'Massachusetts national coininUtcewoinnn. • nd Mrs. Tholma Parkinson Sharp, New Jersey state vice chairman. India hersel/ was born (n Chica- go. Bh« &ro»' up In Nashville end was educated in St. Louis. She. was on the staff of (ho Chicago Trihime for 33 years ae reporter. society editor an«l woman's page editor. By an odd quirk, former Rep. Clare Boothe Luce, Connecticut Republican, recruited India unwittingly as an active worker for the Democrats. Over the radio shn heard the Ifl44 Republican convention address by Mrs. Luce In which she spoko for OI Jim. the gold-star buddy of OI Joe. Mrs. Edwards' only son bv her fltfil marriage had been killer! in the war. Mrs. Luce's speech shocked her. The next moruing she »-e-rrt down to Democratic headquarters and volunteered for work. .) COURIER icznra WILSON NEWS Mr. nnd Mrfl. I. A. Sims Jr. en- tertnlnui their Ortntto JlridcP Club I lust wrek at t.hrlr homo. OunstK j playing bridge v, Uh mrrnbrrs vrnrn j Mr, and Mrs. claMric Lynrh. Mrs. Kbttner D, Bpull nnrl John Howrn | won hlffh scnrifiir hnnars at Rnmpsj during the evpning. The hostess served Ice crenm. cake and coffee. The MrUirxiiM Prtlowtfitii of tlir Wilson MPtbortist Churrh met at thp church Thursday rvpnini? for a fish-try with approximately 25 niFrobrrs and enmis nM^mlJr*;. Included' on the prOGtfim, iirirter OIP rilrrrtiwi nf JVwry Slot Is, pro- tjrnm rhnfrninn, and /. A Sfnmw Jr., wore films of th*>. hichliulvs j of run jor football tininps of thp' 1.05J-S3 Kf.tsnn. I FRIEUY, JULT 18, 4958 trig. He attended Wll«on HI E h ^rhorl two years. At the time of his en ]iMini>nt, he was a ft.urient at Tech HIch School In Memphis While in Wilson Pvt nr.ly-rls made his home with Mr.'nnri Mrs Members of his faiuilv h» w Inr (lie reunion '«re his m'o'hn. :-ir. Icrs. Miss Doris Roberts, Mrs .Inhrt M'Ooldrick and Mr. McGoMrlrk Mrs. Frank Owens and family aiifi his brother, Herbert Roberts, all r;( Memphis. Twenty-two members o! the Hap- tist Women's Missionary Union were present at the Royal service Program Monday nlplit at. the church. The prog ram. "Mbrity and Brutal 'Panty' Raider Relates Hammer Slaying PARIS, Tex (/PI —Warri Werner, 70-year-old collerlor of ladles' underwear, «as hi PDI custody tortny after admitting the hnttat hammer slayins of his foster mother. Police Chief Curtis i/Mmm of Clarksville. Tex. said the youth bliirtcrj. "I'm guilty." »hen questioned rrcsrdtng th<? slayinc of Mrs Marie Wpmrer, 41. last, Thursriny In Mrs. Wrnwr's car. The next day the uojnan's body, badly haltered, was found 'vrappcd In nijrs in her home. Her empty purse was nearby. The foster .son was later charged with her murder. composer! of 'he ;=h ; iintnn / Of the ffK'd following; Gllhprt Wiley, chairman, i , ,.„,.„ •,,,. . ., , , „ , ,. Russle Perry. J F. Ml.llim. Elvi ' *,;, ^ In,. N "'""<«'• b ''' lt * Abbot! and Roy Htohauch ' ,, - PI w r? r by " rav " r Of ' Anit, Elkms was complimented I "•'£' '" MrS P ' 1 " llnc Corkran on her eiqhth birlhrl.iv Friday when . n] ' r ,, members of her family and Friend; V/illiriin.s sang a soln, ' Gnd ArnrTir.i", Mrs. Drown ca\ - e the ::s^s; S :r;=:~~S!s= lb. t-.i-Ml_l,flll. \ «,.r-k !_1 »»„_ i Miss Bftjbie Mae nriflln. a ftil- ei , m $ dent at St. Joseph Hospitil School ol Dothan. Ala, Mrs. Neal Is thej f?uest nl her pranrlmother, Mrs Evrj Elklns Others prc-sent were I! 1 .. Mrs, Sam Watson and Miss Helen of Nursing in Memphis, spent the Hnrnden, ; wei?k end with her p.TrcTivs. Mr j Mrs. J. J Buv.cy entertained her 8nrl Mr5 Robert Grlffln and Budilv 1 Thurfdav Nisht Bridge Club and , Orin ° ln : one gur^t List ivi'ek ^fth a u-.irer- ^ r - ^"^ ^'r?. Genige Brcut-r hid melon supper at her himn. Mrs F | as their Tpek-end guests her pnr- S. Reese was thr cuest, lonts, Mr. anrl Mrs. R. A. Harris of Al hrirlce du.-inc the rrenfn^ .' W: ' r " r ^a)|py, ^Ti.-^ . ;md >J"r tl''f>h- MLss Lillian Wilson ion h!ch scor" ! ™'- Dill notkin of Padurah K.v. Inc honors. - I Mr. nntl Mrs, Wallace Thnnip-on Mrs. o.-irliml Trammel rocclvrri ^"^ 'ho cue,=i-, of Mr. nnrt Mrs. River Polluted With Cyanide INDIANAPOLIS Wi—A quantity of deadly cynntrln Koliillon accldent- nlly dumped Into Ihe Wnhash River at Lafayette thinned out us It flowed downstream today. Three stale njienctes told residents of the urea It was still rinn- Rcrou.s, hou-eyer. They warned aciilnst BwlmmhiK In the river, cat- hiR fish taken from it or rtrinkinit from wells nearby. A heavy palrol wns .IKI, up along rtie river Thursday as authorities tried tn Inllnv the. prcgrccs of the poison downntream. second hteh ami Mrs. Jerry Cullnm, the binpo pri?e . . Ed Williams in Blythevllle las' \Vrd- niaht. Artirrttslne Our Church" w,i f nraley Pylanri spent Sunday the topic of thp talk ch-en by .lark ] his parents. Mr. and Mr.s. Ki Henderson at the mcrlinu of the B a p ( I .s t Brotherhood Thursday nlqhi at the rhurch. Group siriKinH was under the direction of Joe Brnrrion. Albert Grecnwell. broriierhood prcsldeni. prcsldpd during the short business session. Pyt. Rale Bobrrts wa.s complimented when members of his family pothered at the home of his Pylanri. in LepaiUo Miss Dillle Casey has returned from a two-month stay in rrts- hursn, Pa,, and Loraii](\ O. In I/j- rnlne she vras the cuest n! h"r brother. C. O. McClung, and his family. Robert Keeii has returned hnine from the naptlst Hospital in Mrm- phts where he underwent surgery July 2. .. | Mr. nnd Mrs. Charles rivals of sister. Mrs. Jimmy Harlrich. anil i Lake Proyirience. La., fprnt last Mr. Hartrlch, Sunday, for a family week with his parents. Mr. and vrunlon. Mrs. .1. E. Rynls nnd family nnd Pvt, Roberts, prin of Mrs. Llllii her sisters, Mrs. Lev! Clssell and ................. ,.,. , . Roberts ot Memphis, is home on) family and Mrs. I/issle Morris and leave foltowinir completion of his basic training nt. Fort, Jackson. SO. Pvt.. Roberts will report to Fort Jackson on Wednesday and will b" transferred to Forl for three Mr. Morris. Mr. and Mr.s. Clssrll and' Mr and Mrs. nyals motored to Caruthersvllle, Mo., lo see Mrs.1 . Cissell's and Mrs. Ryals' parents. a.. -Mr. and Mr.i. A I.,, Powell. Mr... n-1 Powell accompanied them back to Wilson. ! Mr. and Mm. Wallace Thompson •anil Mr. and Mrs. Hobort Griffin 'wero In Memphis Tuesday nluht. I Mrs. Marshall Conner and children. Cheran Kli^aboi.h and Tom-. | my, of Monetfo, are visit ing her! parents, Mr. and Mrs. n. F. Hoylps. : Sr.. this werk while her husband, ' i ftvanceltst Mai'shnll Conner. Is con- I ductins a mectin? at the Church of j I Chri.-.', in Jlah h, Arkansas [ i Mrs. Rroiichlon ly>yotl and Mrs. M. J. Colemnn a-ere In Memphis Monday. Mr. ami Mrr Piv Merrill had 1 1 as their ancsts Thursday her mo'h- 1 cr, Mrs, ,1. Or 1 ! ura stirl nteri 1 , .\frs '• H. C Parker. Mr. Parker and their rlniiBhter. Drbra. all r>f Memphis. j Mrs. Klsfner D Ri-all and sons. [John nntl Tommy, relurnrd home j Monday alter a few dnvs visit with! her parents. Mr. and Mrs p K f.'noley, in .Blvthovillo Miss Mary Melody \va-< the wrrk ! end L'tiesi, of Miss Rhotla White in i Jnnr.shoro. Mrs. Ailbrny Crawford anrl sn n . I Jimmv. arc visltlii:! her brother J, 1 Arnold Hnrliujer, and his family In jHoshen, fnri , Jerry }|r>v s . Jack 7,rmk, 'Charles •Bnall, Albert Grnenwell and Elstner i O. Bnnll snrnt tlir- wrr}:onrl j n pt Louis where they attcmJed the baseball cames. Mrs, Ilon-srd Cop!"- ,nd chUrlren netty and Hobby, of Portsmouth, Va . arc vi Itinij her parents. Mr arfii Mis Jrs- Rapn. Mr. and Mrs. j.nck I.avlon and j dauphter. Sheila, returned to their ' home in V.indiiser. Mr>,, Tuesday ; after a vint with his aunt, Mrs A j. I.andr'im, and Mr. Landrum -Mr and Mrs. lamar McDaniel anr] Mr, arid Mrs. Horace f.re Wilf have rcturiird from a vacation trip i 'o Revnaso. Mexico and corpus ! Christ! and Brownsville. Texas. | Mrs. J. J. Perry and daughters Jennetie and ni.inne. and son, | Gerald. Mr, and Mrs, Charley Left- '.vich and dT.i<:h!»rs. I.ois Joan and i^nil, Mrs nuforrt Bovles and Mrs I Billy C. Boyle; were atno'ia those j from Wilson who wre in Memphis last iveok. Kight n^pmlK-rr- nf the Wilson Bny | Scouts and the junior scout master, Harold perry, left Sunday for Hardy where (hry niii spend this ' work at Cnmo redar Villey. Th!! ••'•oui.s are Ronnie Cotner. Billy i Wayne Wiley, Kenneth Clark Mickey Cls.sell, Billy chlsm. Tomi my Bourland. David McCullar and I Onrald Pcriy. | Mrs. Betty Bu/kln nf Vicksburc, Miss . is the gui"it nf her son. [ Harry Rufkin. and his family, i Mr. and Mrs, E. .A, Crowder of j Dillas. Tex., were Hie cucsts of Mr, nnd Mrs. Piililip .1. Deer and d.iiichter. Polly, last 'reek. Miss Lillian Wilson Is vacation- Ina in Biloxi, Miss., this wertt Mi. c s Annie Rap. Rowland has returned from Dumas. Ark., where she spent last week v.-ifh her tnotnr-r. Mrs. S. Rowland. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Blankenship and children, Patty, Barbara j and Jne. of St. Louis are the ! truest s of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. j Hoslorri and wm. Marty, this week I Mr. nnrf Mrs. Sam Noblin of Dei troit arrived Saturday for 9 visit rite Witt Atughttr, itn. Oecar Davis, ind her family. Mr. and MM. Billy Jot Anderson ol South Bend, Jnd.. were truest* In the Davis horns lust week. Mr. and Mrs. Nat Graves and family were Ihe weekend guests of his brother, Kennedy Graves, and Mrs. Graves In Marvel!. They fished at Indian Bay durinc the weekend. Ray Phillips of Goshcn, Ind . is visiting his brother, Cart Phillips, and family and other relatives in Wilson this week. Mr. and Mrs. Miller HughfK of St, Louis announce the birth of a daughter July 12 at De Paul Hospital In St. Louis. They have fw other children. Mrs. Hughes is the former Miss Grace Wilson of Wilson. Mrs. Charley Corkran has returned to her home in Memphis after spending lost week with her sister. Mrs. Pauline Corkran. Bill and Bob Per-ppr of Detroit Mich., are the ?u M ts of their aunt! Mrs. Jim Germany, and her family. Weekend guests In the Germany home were Mr. anrl Mrs. W. T. Wat-wn and Mr. ar/i Mrs, John L. Watson ind children, Larry »nd Rickey, all of Paragould. Mrs. Jack Zook, Mrs. Jim Germany and daughter, Patty, were in Memphis, Tuesday. Wayne Jones and Bobby Brown i have returned from Perry, Fla,, I where they visited Wayne's sister, Mrs. Pete Vancey, and family Dinner guests ot Mr. and Mrs. Brouahton Lovett and family Monday night were Mr. and Mrs. Gene Smith and sons. Bill. Phil and Charlie, of Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Bennett and Mrs. Winfred Chandler of Elaine. Miss., were IJie weekend guests of Mr, and Mrs. Alex Goble and Mr. and Mrs. J. ,j. Coleman. The group fished at Ralph Bavou, near Marlanna. Saturday. | A revival will begin at Carson j Lake Mission Church Thursda.v 1 night. The Rev. Carroll Evans, pas- I tor. will be assisted by the Rev. D. 8. Bleci.'oe and M. D Davis. Mrs. Margaret Philyaw of Memphis, spent last xee'k with her j brother, G. B. Shu.ll, and his fam- •lly. W. O. Harris. Ourtii WiUtr, ROT. Anders of Reiser »nd Brotightoa Lovett left Monday for St. Loul. tor several days. They win tttend tht baseball pame«. Mrs. M. O. Bussey had u h« week end guests Mr. and Mrs j L. Drace of Tyroma and Clarence H«rt of St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Nix ot Waldo Ark,, were the weekend guest* of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Buseey. Mr. and Mrs. K. P. Cash m »B- nounce the birth of a daughter July 14 at the Crltlenden County Hospital at West Memphis. Larry Treadaway of Kiv Albany, Miss., is visiting his aunt Mrs. Claude Dye. Mr. Dye and children Barbara and David. Ersklne Shettle of Memphis WM I the over-night guest of his sister- in-law. Mrs. Claude Dye, and. family. Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Woolen hav«*Pj i returned from a vacation In West ! Point and other cities in central i Mississippi. Their niece. Mildred ! Gates Calvert, accompanied them I home, for a two weeks visit. I t had to be good to get where it is j tried it? BRAND. THE OLD SUNNY IROOK COMPAN.Y, LOUISVILLE, KENTUCKY ' • "'••'' m ^ K ^*>^^^9eniniHMMH^HHHH|Mii!^HBHi^iV Second Hear Judge Cherry ever WMCT ™ Tonight of 8:45 TO THE VOTERS OF MISSISSIPPI COUNTY We believe the business of government is serious business — not to be entrusted to the reckless, the playboy, nor to the politician with future political office in mind. We realize, with five candidates in the race, the citizens of Arkansas face a serious problem in selecting- the right man for governor. As members of the Blytheville Bar Association we have known Francis Cherry as a man. We know that Judge Cherry possesses the qualifications of integrity, temperament, judgment, courage and experience not matched by any other candidate. We sincerely jrge his election THE ONLY CANDIDATE FROM EASTERN ARKANSAS The Blyfheville Bar Association, pursuant to the unanimous vote of the lawyers composing its membership, hereby publicly endorses the candidacy of Judge Francis Cherry for governor. For ten years, exclusive of two years in mili= taly service, he has been our chancellor, and our work and exueiicnce with him, in court and out, convinces us that he has the courage, honesty, experience and other qualifications to make our state a great governor. We, therefore, unhesitatingly, recommend that you support Judge Cherry and elect him governor of Arkansas. A Neighbor Who Knows Our Problems And Speaks Our Language lythevm n By ELBERT S. JOHNSON, Secretary This AfheHisemenl Paid For By Members of ih* niytherllle Bar Association

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