The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 8, 1950 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, March 8, 1950
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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8,1950 BLYTHEV1LJUE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE THREB Senators Swap liar' Charges Eastland, Lehman Clash in Bitter Debate Over DP Legislation WASHINGTON. March 8. Senators Eastland <D-Miss) and n (D-Llb, NY) angrily ac- fed each other yesterday of mis- sitting facts In the Senate's hitter debate over displaced persons. Easlland twice was ordered to take his seat after shouting tha Lehman had been "untruthful" nnc guilty ol "unethical conduct." Senator Ncely (D-WVa) said tht violated the Senate's rules. But Eastland regained the floor each lime. When he had finished, I.ehninn arose and charged Eastland with uttering 12 misstatcments In a speech last week attacking a substitute DP bill backed by Lehman and 17 other Senators. Lehman stressed that he was not charging Enstland with "deliberate misstatcments. Rather, he said Eastland In a "heat of enthusiasm' had been led into giving erroneous statements and "overstatements which could only be called mis- stattments of fact." •, Neely protested earlier that East land in effect had called Lehmai a "liar." Necly said Senate rule forbid imputing to another Senato any conduct unworthy of a Senator Federal Schools Bill Hits Snag WASHINGTON, March *. (*}— The House Labor Committee refused yesterday to approve tedcrml aid,for parochial or prlvat* Khool purposes. By a vote of 16 to 9, it rejected a proposed federal aid to schools to cover bus service for non-public school children. The committee's action, taken in closed-door meeting, underscored »new the religious dispute over parochial school assistance which has deadlocked house action on a J300,- OOO.OOL Senate pfcssed aid to education bill. It also raised fresh snags to the way of committee approval. "This definitely means that some of vis are not going to be so strong or the bill," Kennedy told report rs afterwards. "So far as I am concerned I on't vote for the bill." CARUTHERSViLLE NEWS By Joan Douglass — {'hone 389-J WILSON NEWS Bj Mrs. B. F. Boyles The National Geographic Societ ays the average elevation of Tibe s greater than that of Mt. Whitney, highest point In the TJ S. Mrs. M. M. Nelson and family. Mrs. p. A. Buckner of Dallas Tex., was theguest of her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Pittman. th past two weeks. Mr. Bucker.Join cd her here Thursday and the + The liev. U. Lynn Wade, pastor itt Wilson Methodist Church is in Aima, Ark., this \vcek where he is assisting in a visitation revival being held in the Methodist. Church there. Mrs. Wade will join Wade in Alma Wednesday. Rev. Mrs. Bentlcy Rhodes and sons were the week end guests of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wallen, and family in pine Bluff. Phelan Cash attended to business in Nashville the first of the weet. ' Mrs. J. T. Tomlinson of Choctaw, Arlc., has returned to her home after visiting her son Roy Sto- ioiigh and family. Mrs. O. L. West of Clinton, Ark., mother of Mrs. Stobough, arrived •'Sunday. She plans to spend two weeks with her daughter and family. Mrs. Phelan Cash went to Little Rock Tuesday to be with her aunt, Mrs. W. C. Whitaker. of Wynn, Ark., who is a patient In a Little Rock hospital. Mrs. Whitakcr will undergo an operation Tuesday. Miss Peggy Bowen atid Miss Jinny McAfee attended Pi Kappa Alpha "Dream Girl Ball" held at Arkansas State College in Jones-, tajo Saturday night.' "Miss 1 Bowen lift the guert of Bohby Dean Reid aTici McAfee was the guest of Jimmy Driver. Miss Sue Tyler, a last year graduate of Wilson High School u-ho now attends the college. IYEIS selected the Pi K. A. rj'emn Girl. Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Cash and family have moved to Wilson from Reverie, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nelson and baby daughter, TeVissa Gail, of Clarksdalc, Miss., were the week end guests of his parents Mr. and returned to Dallas Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ray Osccola were the week end gues of her mother. Mrs. Anus. Shipman, and family. Harold Ray. son of Mr. and Mrs W. B. Ray. who attends Southern Baptist College, Walnut Ridge, spent the week end here. Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Sullivan announce the birth of a son March 2 at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Charles McElwee, In Osceola. -^ Miss Bettye Nell Lehr of Hughes visited friends here last week. Mr. and Mrs. Buford Boyles motored to Jackson, Miss.. Sunday to take his mother, Mrs. Maggie Boyles, to the home of her son. B, V. Boyles, and family. Mrs. Boyles plans to spend the remainder of the winter in Jackson. Miss Ann Boyles of Marked Tree ac- comoanieri them. , Miss Mary E. Symonds, music instructor al Wilson High School who underwent an operation at Foundation Hospital in New Orleans a few weeks ago, has been released from the hospital and is recuperating at the home of her niece in Jackson, Miss. AtMnaihjr-MencU Vow* I Miss Fay Abernathy, daughter of r. and Mcs. Monroe Abernathy, became the bride of George Merrell, , son of George Merrell,"Jr., of aytt, Mo., Friday at 8 a.m. The ceremony took place In the ome of the bride with the Rev. fernon Sisco, pastor of the First aptist Church of Caruthersville, eading the vows. Vows were exchanged before an mprovised altar of stately greenery iterminglcd with white gladioli. Glowing white tapers on the mantle ind lacey foliage completed the >ackground. Jerry Merrell, brother of the groom, and Angelo Mouhalis, 111, lephcw of the bride, were candel- lehters. Mrs. Angelo Mouhalis, Jr., attended her sister as matd of honor. George Merrell, Jr., served as best man for his son, Mrs. Mouhalis selected a street length frock of rose crepe with accessories. She pinned a corsage of pink carnations at her shoulder. The bride was dressed in a belgi lightweight woolen suit. She chose accessories of a darker brown and carried a white Bible topped wit! a pure white orchid. Long whll ribbon streamers fell in a profu ston from the center of the brida bouquet. Following the marriage ceremony a reception was held in the bride home. A three tiered .wedding caki mints, coffee and hot tea were scrv ed from a refreshment table. Th table was centered with a low bo 1 of spring blossoms, flanked on eac side by shining white tapers 1 crystal holders. Immediately following the recep tion, the couple left for a weddin trip lo Florida and other poto in the south. Upon their return Mr. and Mr Merrell will make their home I Haytl, where the groom has farm Ing interests. Shower Mes Bride One of the social events given I honor of the former Miss Pay Aber nathy was held Friday evening o last week when Miss Joan Cray entertained 19 friends at a rprlse mlscelancous shower. Miss ravens was assisted by Miss Jqan nn Walker. The entertaining rooms were be- eckcd In spring blossoms. Individ- al cakes, nuts, mints and punch ere served from a large covered nlng table centered with an ar- ngement of flowers. The centerpiece was flanked on ach side by white tapers placed crystal holders. Miss walker resided at the punch bowl and llss Ann Abernathy. sister of the ride, was In charge of games. Mzcs of kitchen utensils were cccived by Miss Walker find Miss Inrllyn Nccly, who later presented :ie gifts to the bride. A special guest was Mrs. Monoe Abernnlhy, mother of the bride Friendly liirtlulay Club Metis Members of the Friendly Birthday 3lub were entertained Friday aft- Tnoon at the home of Mrs. Thonuis Duldivell at their regular monthly neettnR. One guest, Miss Jean John son, attended. The birthdays of four of the clul members were observed. Mrs. J Johnson, Mrs. Woodrow Irccn, Mrs Bright, and Mrs. Nell Scott wcr presented gifts by the members. Sev eral yamefi of bingo were, enjoyed. At the close of the meeting Mr, Culdwell served refreshments. I'. E. O. Chapters Meet Chapter DM of the P. E. O. Sis terhood met Monday evening at th home of Mrs. Paul Homer. Ther were 16 members present. Following the business ses-'ioi Mrs. Horner, assisted by Mrs. W. I elated to the African violet, and Irs. Byrd spoke on lilies. The hostess served refreshments f fresh cocoanut cake and coffee. Chapter GV of the'P. B. O, Sis- erhood met on the same evening at he home of Mrs. John S. White, rhcre were ten members present. A routine business session was onducted. In Hid absence of the resident, Mrs. Robert W. Hawins, Mrs. Wyman Dlllman presld- d. The hostess served refreshments f cake and coffee. Personals Mr. and Mrs. Ancll Rocrtson vis- ted friends In Poiiageville Saturday. Verlon Davis, a student at South- "•ast Missouri State Teachers Col- ege In Cape Girardcau S|«nt the week end visiting his parents, Mr. "md Mrs. Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Dick tfi'cly spent Friday of last week In Memphis. Mrs. Llndscy Smith, Mrs. Gowns and Mrs. Helen Tramell and children were In Carulhersvillc visiting friends and relatives Sunday. Normann Winkler of Wnrdcll Mo., visited briefly In this city Saturday. Leonard Limbaugh left last Saturday for Jefferson City to spent several days on business. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Robertson o Ltlb'mrn, Mo., spent the week ent heve vlsiline In tho home of Ms pir- enl". M]~. and Mrs. C. A Robertson Mrs. Howard Ciinnhlt'hflm, MI. E Mary Ellen Horner and Misses Annj Grace Cokcr rind IJclf.v jn Palters"! motored to Cape Glrarde.iu, Fri day. Miss Helen Coker, a student a Southwestern University in Mem nhis, arrived homo Friday to snend the week end witli her mother, Mrs, Francilia OrkT, anil sister, Miss Miss Joyce Ball of near Haytl, wa* an over-night, guest In the home of Mr. mid Mrs. Gerald Callihan Friday. Mr. mid Mrs. M. D. Amburgey of Charleston spent Wednesday after- icon in Hits city, coming to attend ho funeral o! Mrs. Minnie Jane Shade. Don Gallher and Junior Mercer of Warden were 111 Caruthersville briefly visiting friends Tuesday. Lee Dorroh, n student at the University ol Missouri nt Columbia, spent the week end visiting his par- ents, Mr. and Mra. Charlej Dorroh. Miss Rozanne McCullough of Canaloo, Mo., visited friends' in this city Sunday, Mr .and Mrs. Frank Douglass and children, Don and Linda, and Mrs. J. P. Douglass visited relatives In Decrlng Sunday. Although crows nre noted for Intelligence mid teamwork against enemies, they are such theleves among themselves, says the Encyclopedia Americana, that when they pair to build nests one must stand guard while tho other gathers material. Radar can be used to detect storms heading toward an are* several hours In advance. Nose Red «i Raw </*« to a cold? To relieve smarting Irritation and help nature heal, smooth on a bit ot gentle, toothing. cartfulJy medtcated ! S . Irs '. C . h ? rlcs °-. Ros f' Jr "! Jacqueline Coker'. presented the last in n series of programs entitled "The New'Look". The subject of the day was "New Ideas in Flower Culture." Mrs. Homer, who Is an African violet enthusiast, talked on her hobby. She displayed her collection ol plants and they were arranged so that her listeners could see how the plant was started on through the various stages of culture. Mrs. Horner has an unusual number of rare ond lovely varieties of the plant. Mrs. Ross talked t>n the ,_ • gloxina, a Central American flowcr'iim last Sunday'. Mrs. Chnrlrs Ball and daiiPhte* Joyce, and Miss Jill Calhhan were in Blythwille Saturday. Mrs. IVerert Loyd, Mrs. O. E Hooker and Mrs. Iva Landon .spent Inst Saturday in Memphis. Mrs. Charles Dorroh and her daughter, Mrs, Paul Carmcan, spent T-vst Friday and Saturday in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. N. B. DACIIS and daughters. Alicia Aim und Carolyn June, of PortnRcvlllc were guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs Ira Gul- HEARS AGAIN FOR ONLY $1.50 A Hattfctd City, ladiin* man MJJ "I fcave been troubled with my hearing for thirty year,. But. OUKINE cfaan £ ed all that and J hear again." Yes, you loo can hear afain if you are hard of hrarinff became ol hardened, «t«i ear waJt (cerumen) which discovery ii N'OW OUKINK home ve yo , lor y.. _. Ihod will quick!/ and Gel OUklKK tDdaVNo n R^-/Yo*r mo™cy l»ac!< it you do not hear better at one* W« recommend and nuarantce OURINE. 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LeBlanc, Founder and Pres ident ot LeBlanc Corp., makers of HADACOL, established an office in Hot Springs to advise suffer ing folks on how HADACOL can benefit their systems with il wealth of B Vitamins and important Minerals. In this HADACOL office in Hot Springs are records of folks who have found improved health in a bottle of IIADACOL. That is , one reason why per capita lies of HADACOL in Hot Sprinp ire among the highest in the country. Take for instance Mrs. Jennie Webb, who shares a new home at 237 Cones Road in Hot Spring! with her daughter arid son-in-law Mrs. Webb has a host of friend* throughout Arkansas, who were thrilled to know that HADACOL helped her in a wonderful recovery after several years of illness Here is Mrs. Webb's statement "I started taking HADACOL in the early fall buying two of the economy-size bottles of HADA- COL. I had been feeling weak and rundown for several years. I suffered the horrors of gastric disturbances and indigestion. I had to be very careful in the selection of food that would agree with me. I had tried so many remedies without beneficial results and hatl just about given up hopes of feeling well again. Friends urged me to try HADACOL. I have never regretted their advice because I have felt belter than at any time in years. I digest food belter and du not have indigestion. I have more energy." Mrs. Arlene Arivelte, 402 Mau rice Street. Hot Springs, has been worried about the health of he seven year old son since he wa » year and a half old. But those worrying days are over because Jimmy is now a husky boy who enjoys all the games at school. These Folks Describe Hadacol's Blessings Among Hot Springs folks enlhnsiasttc about results are Mrs. Jennie Wcht), shown above, Jimmic Arivelle, lower left, and Mrs. Joan Waers, lower right ' £ Graceful slj-lin ntlnck, more I solo voices as I000 l . , veil as foumlatior.;,! and mi.Uur. Mop.. 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