The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 6, 1949 · Page 5
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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 6, 19-19 University Paper Hits Eisenhower Columbia Student Publication Takes President to Tusk NEW YORK. Dee. 6. (AP)-Columbia University's student newspaper has opened up with some caustic comments about the university's president, Gen. Dwight D. Ei.fen- hower. In an editorial yesterday. "The Columbia Daily Spectator" ' leveled It.s mam (ire at a speech Eisonhow- *fr made last week before the St. ^hnrtrew's Society at the Waldorf- Astoria Hotel. "If^ the speech was a trial balloon." the newspaper said, "we think public reaction will soun flatten It." The general, iu me speech, said he thought to much emphasis was being placed on personal security at tiie expense of individual liberty. He was caroled as saying that perhaps people wanted fltainpagne when they should have "hot dogs and beer." The student editorial commented- 'Being content with beer and hut doss has never-been part ol the American tradition we know. The njie we know assures any citizen that he may some day eat clutin- pasne and caviar, and in She White House at that. We don'i know, of course, but we are willing to bet beer and hot dogs weren''l on the menu at the Waldorf-Astoria la.si. Wednesday night, cither." Seek Other Securities The editorial said ''we gather the general believes the American people are unduly olj.se3.sed with a desire for security to the detriment of their personal liberties." The paper added that protection from foreign a-JSie.--.sors "is only one kind of security." "The American people have and still do seek other securities," the ^editorial said For one thing, it .,aid, Whey want continued security ngainst the type of economic liberty which frustrated for so long minimum wage and hour legislation, the formation of labor unions, collective bargaining and which still denies the federal government the means for regulating child labor. "F'or another thing. Americans today want security against [hat type of liberty exercised by srate and federal loyalty review boards. BLYTHPVTLLE (AUK-)' COURIER NEWS Portageville News By Mrs. Raymond Toomljs Phone 2SO , Initiation Held A team from the A.A.D. Grotto organization of Poplar Blutf, Mo., was in PortaKeville Friday to initiate the following men: - C. E. Griffie ami Virgil Baldwin, both of Maraton; Thomas Alexander, Ralph McGrc, Ernest Gammons. Tcrl Randall, R. D. Ellington, Jr.. Glradalc Wade and Rosco Holt, Plans are underway for a shnillar organization in Porlagevllle. Jlasons Have. nicotians Ralph McGee was elected worshipful master of Portageville's Masonic lodge Thursday. Other officers Include Prank Lu- kcr, senior warden; cleo Sanlwech- ler, junior warden; Arvil Adams, treasurer; R. D. Ellington, Jr., sre- ri-lary; l.eon Snnlwcchtcr, senior rleacon; Gene Rone, junior deacon; Alfred Ne'ivcomb, senior steward; Charles Bowles, junior steward; Dnllas Harrison, marshal; George Forges', chaplain; J. C. Wilson, trustee. Miss Hiililiurd Hostess Miss Billy Jean Hubbard WHS hostess to her bridge club Thursday at her home on East Sixth Street. Mrs. Vemrice Johnson of Marston was guest. Pri/es went to Mis. Atline Avery. Mrs. Ruhsr-U Thornell and Mrs. Sain Avcry. Refreshments were served following (lie I'amc.s. Sccovs Kiitcrlain Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Secoy were host and hastcss Thursday night at their home when their c]ub met there. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Workman and Mi-, auri Mrs. Arthur Drery wot] pri/cs. Refreshments were served. l-Yiilrty Club Meets Mrs. Nell Smalicy entertained the ' Friday Afternoon Club last week al i her home. She had as guest. Mrs. | Janie Easterly. Mrs. Bernard De- U.eie. Mrs. Smalley. Mrs. Ben Segal | and Mrs. Hubert Milem won pri?,c.s l The quest for .securities of this nature car: hardly lead to the 'slothful I , indolence' which the general deplores." The campus paper referred to Eisenhower as the man "who dou- I hies as president of lite university." 1 It noted his "many trips away from i the campus" and added that "ucr: haps in the near future our chief . officer will have the time 10 meet some of us ... ." Eisenhower, away on a u -ip to. Texas, could not be reached imme- \ 'Jiately for comment. CARUTHERSVILLE NEWS By Joan Douglass ^"^•™»™»~^-«^—^-a.^™^^^^—^ during the afternoon. A party plate and coffee were served. Explosion Hesults In liunis Paul Darnell, who lives near Por- tngevillc, was severely burned about "is face, arms and chest Sunday night when he reportedly poured kerosene on what he supposed were dead coals. After treatment in Portageville lie was rushed to the Southeast Mis-' soun Hospital at Cape Girardeau Meeting Called There will be a meeting of the Royal Arch Chapter of Masons Monday night. Officers will be! elected at the meeting. ' Ciiirdcii Club .Meeting The Poi lageville OarnYn club I met Thursday afternoon in the recreation room of the Methodist ! Church for its annual Christmas program. Hostesses were Mrs. R. D Ellin-ion. Mrs. J. u. Workman. Mrs. V p tills and Mrs. C. A. Oacres. They received and arranged gifts to be exchanged. The room was decorated with red berries, holly and magnolia leaves and Christmas carols were played Quests were seated before a fireplace which held a minature Christmas tree on its mantel. Mrs. C. C. Fuller read "The Clm.simas Story." during which c.irols were .sum; by Mrs. H;,v Fisher <-!i's. Moddy Richardson. Mrs Dnii- <<>• KniE, Xlrs Thad Ul , )W11 _ Mn . Lee Pearson and Mrs. Robert Bark- nviiz. who were concealed bv n large screen. After the program. refre.ihnicm<= were served. Too Much Water Boosts Blaze Damage at Spa HOT SPRINGS, Ark., Dec. 8—M>j —Aclual damage from FI [ire in the Hot Springs Police Headquarters last night was limited to a lew old records until . . . Firemen poured so much water on the blaze tluit It forced officers 10 close up the jail, Seven prisoners Mad to lie transferred to the county jail fur safe and dry keeping. So much smoke poured out of the windows the City Council had to suspend activities. The police station is located iu the City Hall, directly behind the central fire station. The City Council was meeting- overhead. The blaze was centered in filing cabinets of the Identification Bureau. Watklns-Willlaim Vows Said Mr. anil Mrs. W. C. Walking of this city have Biinonnccd the marriage of their diiwrlvter. Miss Jacqueline Watkins, to Gone Williams of llnytl. The wedding was quietly solemnized on October 15 at Pifigott, Ark., witli the Rev. Mr. Johnson, pastor of the Piggott Methodist Church, officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Suimie Wyatt served as the only attendants. Mrs. Wyatt cho.se a Rrcen taffeta dress complemented with bluck accessories. The bride v.'as attired in n brown faille frock with which she wore black accessories. Mrs. Williams is a student In thr local high school where she cxpeul-s to continue her studies. Mr. Williams is a eraiinate of Uncials of 1919 of the Hayti IllEli School. He is at present employed In that city. The young cotinlc Is making then home in CarnthersvtHe. I'.K.O. Chniilrrs .Meet Tvventj'-one tnenibers of thp Chanter DM of the P.E.O, Sisterhood were entertained Monday cve- nins at the homp of Mrs. F'riuik Sier.u. Co-hostCM was Mrs. W. V. Robinson, Jr. Mrs. Charles Oorroli prc.sentrd the piosratn. "Looking Ahead in Art" She also showed samples of modern an. The group discussed plans for its Christmas Party and the ho.stc.s.se.s served a dc.--.scrt course and tea. Chapter OV of the P.E.O. 11101 i Mond.iv evening at the home of Mrs. W. N. nankin, with 18 members present. A routine business meeting was conducted with Mrs. li. W. Hawkins presiding. One guest, Mrs. Fnmkle Nelson, attended. High score was won by Mrs. Harold Hamby. Mrs. Hamby received costume jewelry. Mrs. Albert Walker rookoed and was awarded bath powder. Mrs. Nelson, the guest, was presented with linen handkerchiefs. Mrs. Hooker served a dessert course of banana nut cake with mints and coffee. The club's annual Christmas Party will be held on Thursday, Dee. 16, at the home of Mrs. Leonard Lhnbruigh. Locals Mrs. I.. I,. Kowler had as her guests this week Mr. and Mrs. Herman Venson of lllytheville. Ark and W. K. Steinbraker of Kcnnelt! Mr. nnd Mrs. G\ls McAllister, Mr and Mrs. Tommy McAllister and baby of Memphis, Tenn., spent Friday in Memphis visiting relatives Sieve Hamlett spent the w-cek end with his parents. Mr. and Mrs Floyd Hamlett. He is a freshman at Southeast Missouri State Teachers Colleee In Cape Glrnrdenu Mo Mr. and Mrs. H. Jlutton and Miss Minnie McGill motored to Memphis, Tenn.. last week on n pleasure trip. Miss Joan Pierce, who Is n student at Penbody College In Nashville. Tenn.. spent last week with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. rtoscoe M. Pierce. She was accompanied nr far us Troy, Twin., on her return trip Sunday by Mrs. 5. C. Noll, her daughter. Miss Patricia Ncff, and Mrs. Pierce. Mr. and Mrs. any E. Mtchle spent several days of last week In Pcorla. III., where they visited with their son. Doyne Mlchle, Mrs. Miclilc. and grandson. Mrs. Geneva Meadows spent Thursday of last week In Dresden. Tenn.. hi the home of her brother- in-law The IM-oBram. entitled "Travel" ,'lV.T I w" ,?"""' *"'' *"" Mrs was presented bv Mrs. A. u Kid- 1 Woods, well. Mrs. Kichvell gnve an account of her 1047 trip to Alnslla nnd save :t description of the scenery, totem link's, ami the early history o( the coin try to her listeners. Mrs. llankin. assisted by Mrs. A 1.. Kichvell. served refreshments of ao]>le pudding with mints and coffee. The Christinas meeting will be on Dec. 12 at the home of Mrs. John While. Itonk Club ]|; ls Meeting The members of the Double-Four Rook Club met Monday evening ;it the home of Mrs. O. E. Hooker. im you select your watcli: is costs no more to buy one of America's finest! In fact, you get more for your dollar when you choose one of these fumoiis timepieces here. More in the way of smart styling. More m the way of ilcpendnhle performance. More in the way of lasting accuracy. So choose now . . . choose while our stocks arc al their peak and make sure of gelling the walcli you want al the price you want to pay. Waterproof Watch designed for rugged wear. Sweep second hand,luminousdial. Matching expansion band. 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