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March 21, 1940

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

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PAGE TWC BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Off To School In Capital Children Not Easily Impressed By Big-Wigs In Nation's Capita! By GERRY UJCK WASHINGTON. — Bringing up childrejj is pretty, much Ilio same whether you do it- Ii! Washington, P. C., or Spokane. For example,, pretty and youtJiltil Mrs. William* O, Douglas, H-nc of tne newest, Supremo Court Justice, find mother of two children, says: "My job as n mother isn't different Here—but of course thei-e are differences for the children . . .*' It's one thins to walk by the White Bouse on the ivay lo school, as many Washington youngsters do, stopping to feed the squirrels in the ^resident's trout yard, aco. another thing, to be Invited inside, as the Douglas children are, wnen the Rooserat grandchildren are entertamliijT. •- BV I'KIVifct'GES But 'parky DtxaUso Ihe childrc. of . Wasoiiyton t officialdom take this zs n niatter of course, and partly because Mrs. Dougins is an \ Jiueiiigent mother and herself im- afiectei, this experience has never made ten-year-old Mildred ana seven-year-Did William O. IZ teei superior. Wnen lunuied came home afte. her, Jirst Wn.te house pirty, SIK reported -to her mocncr tlmt tut; young guests Had a oatl moment, .wnen, alter reiresumcnts were served, Mrs. Roosevelt came imo the : room. • \Ve tui iookeu at C.K.-H ptner sort of queer," she saia, "then someone stooa up. So \it ail 510011 up, and mat was right. 1 Cemimy Mrs. Uoiigias has noi allowed her Husband's prominenc. in national allairs to micct xnt naturalness of her two children. While sue was talking Mnarci. came imo the room to ask if she might go to tne t>ntiirii.iy matinee at u local movie house. When sue wns introduced, she hesitated R moment oetore sn c dropped a curtsy, probably realizing that a young lady dressed as a rocket-snip avwtrix wns placed in an anomtuous position by such carcn-touncl manners. SUPREME COUllT BOllfcs *ulliMi UOUGLASKS Both Milnrca arm-ner orotner attend a popular private school in dor, ntovin,-Washington, which Is democratic -In me' exueme. Mrs. Douglas S3}s, "Trie school's omy requirement; so far us we could discover Yv'nen we rend its prospecms was'that the children should be clean." Outside school hours, Oie children of foreign diplomats, cabinet officers B-d otiiei- high officials do the things mast upper middle class American children do. They take piano lessons, go to dancing class, read the comic papers and cook hot dojs in the open fireplaces in Roctc Creek Park when spring weather brings out the woodsman in them. Mrs. Daujlas said Mildred and young William hove been to the Supreme Court only once—to see Dogwood Club Members To Meet On Friday Members of the Dogwood Home Demonstration club are asked to mcel at the club house Friday afternoon to complete the spring cleaning of house and grounds, officers said today. As more shrubs and bulbs are needed, officers risked that anyone having shrubs of any kind, or Irises and hardy plants, to donate them t« the group. THURSDAY, MARCH 21, FLAPPER FANNY By Sylvia cent . . ."—.Mrs. William O. Ouujhs "My job as n mother isn't any iliffe —see their father take the oath of office "They reacted as they would to any gathering of grown-ups." she recalled. "They were a little bored " icadcr or tlic program on the topic .or the month, "bleaeir.-isl In inc a'omelnrcl," under the theme for the yenr, ••Steactlast Piirposs In n Otinnjlng World," preparcil liy Mrs. .J. D.'Creasman of Tennessee. Mrs. Thweatt presented an nt- trnttlve poster suggestion of tlic ..ixgrnm topic /mcl presented to each member n Imml-niade program suggestive ol the approaching Eastertide season, l.irjje cntoiis of rab- uits in the Easter colors, with /irosrjini written in \vhitc. Mrs. Tlwcalt wora a p!:liiresque costume of tlic women of 1815. Mrs. o. J. iJniill) gave on Impressive devotional on rQuestioalWJ God" .akcn Ironi the whole book of Mnln- i'l)l, a sort of (iialogiie between Jehovah mid ills peopie, especially tile pilests. They are represented us retorting ivith ((irestion six times, ihe book as a whole belni; n. vivid picture of serious ltm,c:j. Assisting Mrs. Tmvpfett were Mrs.' Charles Corkran, »s a' reader, Mrs. Uuarlie Evans, Mrs, S. J. Smith Mrs. o. B. Wood and Mrs B O Wllkliis. Tne pledge of atlcjlnnce to (he United states flag was given in unison, followed by Mrs. Smith giving tne pledge 01 allegiance to the Christian flag; (he large silk flags ivcio displayed, special musical interludes weie given dining the pro- ijK-.m by Mrs. Wilkins, ami prayers were said: by !.lrs. u,i| p h Uougias ' AIis. Minnie Williams nnrt Mrs j._ i. Mifriln. The program was closed by slicing Ihe "Battle Hymn of the R e - puulic." Luxora Society—Personal Lnsoni-Osctola-Blyihcrille Club Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bowen were hosts to their Lumra-Osccola- Blylheville club Tuesday night for iv dinner bridge. Four tables of members were present and the high score club honors went to Mrs M. C. Mason, of Osccola, a lin-n breakfast cloth, and Arthur Brlck- cye, Osceola, double deck of cards .'.-*.*» Evening Drtdfc Parly A large social event of the carlv spring was the fcrldje party at the home, of Mrs. T. F Hudson Tues- oay evening. Co-hostesses with Mr< i're-Eastcr Services Prc-Easler services will be held nt the Methodist church on Wednesday, Thursday nnd Friday rights of this week, with special music under the direction of Mis. T L i Stanford, pianftl. These services: will be followed' by an Easter scrv- i ice Sunday morning. I Wednesday night, a solo will be sung by Mrs. Carol Sharp, '"Watch and Pray." Thursday right, a special number by the choir. "Christ the Lord Is id-en Today." Friday night, the music, two mim- oers. will be rentlcrcd by a youn<* people's choir: "Oh Thou Elcrnnl Son" and "Above Ihc Hills of Timr " Other part of the program will be two vocal solas. MUs Dilsy Sllimnn will sing "Into the Woods" and Floyd Hawkins SUIPS -\vii~i I 5,, r vcy the Wondrous Cross" Ttvo leading, -A call lo Worship", Mis, Mnry CIny Bowen, and "The Olive Tree Speaks." Ann McLrndon. The program will b ? concluded i by Mrs. Charlie "" ! story ot "The seiiit'nc." giving ">e Cedar of Gc-th- -i,, hr how for ciiuiT " all ' the players were plaeed. Ic to the attractive EasJe, or IZ'' ^"V' * '" B " aKten dessert plate servtd a l the end of c>L ' .^ ^"^ '" :t ' " Ihe five progressions. ! Cr ° * n . lul , ^ ^ilv Scort." High score honors went to MKs ! ,-cr £, £ °', tnl! "'^ mi(l Bob Williams, who teleclcd a.s.hcriS« -ri , m( ' m ' ers «''» tr prte : a pair 0 , .|, urrtollc h»ni" W, t , C 'f (;d ' Ctl<; " «'"' <« Second Honors went to Mrs T i i V " c '" iriil l '^' 10 '" ( 'Stanford, n cocktail table Miss i 1'isirr «,-'*' tho Lruinpet solo played by B. O. Wll- Kins Jr. 'iiic Hcv. Dout'lns will bring a nu-Esnec in keeping witn the spirit ji njsrer. Miss Martha Kate Bryant spent the weekend with honieiolk, M> iiiid Mrs. If. <j. Uryani. bnc f«- turned lo her school, state (Jolieg^, jonescoi'o. Sunday afternoon. Mrs. S. J, iiiniin leu tor Columbia, Tenn., WeuticsQRy. inoriiiiig lot her grandson, uinrcuce f. craw- ford, CoiutnoJii Military Injoiutu, wno will spend laster niict tne spring holiday season of his schou: witn his gianup.iicnts iierc, and his mot n 21-, Mrs. Mjxine Crawford, or Mempnis. Mrs. Smith was nc- companiud to Mempnis by Mi. biuun, who will visit witli lut> daughter, Mrs. Crawiord, vmu. Tnursday. , 1 no KCV, , and Mrs. Ralph ,. E. Dpuglns mill son, Hunter. 'nnlV.eu In Luxoni Moiumy aiternooh frohi UUUKI, A1K. illC IvtV. Ml'. IJOUgUlb is beginning his papisorate of tm. Luxoni Baptist clrarcli. Miss Umy iiangsujn has been Hi for the past two weeks, suficrinfe irum a sinus infection. Mrs. T. Tyler is in Memphis nt the linptist hospital with her littit son, five months old, who underwent a mnstoid operation last Pn- day. • tjittle Miss Wnde McHe.iry has 'been absent from school me pas, two weeks on account of chleJfei, pox. Mr. nnd Mrs. H. W. Butler and daughter, Sura Elizabeth, are leaving Friday manilnj; lor Severn, (lays visit with Mr. Butler's parents, ilr. nnd MJE. J. T. Butler ana Jnmily. of Hope, Ark. Mrs. J. B. Rnn'Unson, who has been visiting her sister. Mrs. J. T. Slack, j\Ir. Black ami Frances, 're- lumed to her home In Unstrap, La., Sunday. H. W. Nichols, whose liciidqtiar- Icrs arc in Terrc Haute, Intl., visited Mrs. Mchols last weekend at the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. I. Mlfllln. Miss Carrie Mae Hires had as her guest over Ihe weekend, Jiinmie Hodgcrs, of Baton Rouge, La. Miss Bob Williams wns the weekend guest of Mrs. Ted Eison, West Memphis. Memphis visitors this week are Mrs. Ace Liveraiit. Mrs. Sam Bowen, Mrs.. Jesse Brown, Mrs. J. 1. Mifflin. Miss Betty Sue Mifflin. Miss Sue Wlilpple, Mr. nnd Mrs. R, W. | Nichols and Mrs. Charlie Thomas. Mr. and Mrs: C. 13, Wood mid' Mr.s. H. T. Balkw, accompanied by Mrs. J. s. Dillntnmty, Mis.? Huth Uillnlnmty or BlythcviJie, nnd Miss Gcorglana Bullcw of Memphis, spent the weekend in Hot Springs. I Mrs. O. Howlon has returned' from ihc Methodist hospital, Memphis. Keiser News Entertains Club Mrs. c. M. Dial entertained the Keiser Two-Tnblc Bridge club Knd sis t-uesl^ nt her home In Keiser Friday afternoon. Oucsts were Mtss Charlie Mae Wrlglit, Miss Man- Ann Faulkner, Miss Ruth Bradford Miss Knlhcrin i«/liss, Miss Mary Alice Stuttlo and Miss WilJev Qulnn. The hostess served n comblnn- l!on snlnd and dessert plate with len. Miss KRUlkner received the guest prize and Mrs. W, o. CWlds Die club prize in the game* * * * AtlcnU Slt.te Meeting Twelve members of the Keiser Home Economics club attended the *lnle club meeting held In Little Rock Saturday. They were: Helen Mne Holt, Annie Laura Frozler, Margaret Bimms 1 Eva Louise Slihms, Polly J'ranklln' Helen Webster, Mildred McCain HutJj Taylor, Nell Tcgerson, Al- loyce Barber, jewel- Dunehew Genevfl Terry. They were accompanied by Mrs. Brown Crews, Mrs Dewey Graves and Miss Ada Mae Burton. • Study Course Continues A study course, on "Consumer Buying" Is taught by Miss Adn Mae Burton, Keiser home economics Instructor. ' The adult class on Crews Lateral will meet at the church Thursday afternoon at three o'clock. This week, there will be n, consumer display on home furnishing. Tu Sponsor Cuke Walk . The Kels'ir Home Economics club Is sponsoring a "cftfce walk" Wednesday night, In the school gymnasium. Cakes will be given to the person who guesses what o'ojccl is Inside the cnke and to the -pret- i'est girl attending .the cake walk. Mr. and Mrs. M. G. tarsen and son, Jeny Grant, of Marion, were die week end guests of Mrs Lnf- •en's parents,'Mr..'and-Mrs: C-R ' • J. B. II. Hobtnson, Patsy Rob- uiBon, Mary Alice Stnltle and Mnry Ann Faulkner visited Dr. nnd .MVB "—-les Wickard of Little iRock the week end. Mary Lec'Rob- -nson nccompnnied Uie'm honie'-V, •Miss Mary Cecelia Cohen wns .he guest of her parents, Dr. and 'Trs. O. T. Cohen, of Jonesborp, jver the week end. Mr. and Mrs. E. Conn sixinl. Sun- .lay in Memphis with friends. Mr. and Mrs. J. b. Thompson jr.. and son, Jackie, of Blythcvillc -'ere tiie guests of Mr. nnd Mrs'' .. G. Bruce Sunday. ''O. H. Bedford, , of Blythevllle, spent Sunday here as the guest of ..lr. and Mrs. H. R. Bedford. Tlic favorite Indoor sport of Sweeten is eating, live menls being .erved daily. . ,, Still productive is an oi! well at /oy Farm, O,, which wns drilled in lG4 Cause Discomfori For quick rclltf from the misery of colds, lake GC6 Uduid - YOUNG GIRLS ENTERING WOMANHOOD J-ydia E. FinMiam's Vegetable Compound Has Helped THOUSANDS! Thrmjnnds of yoijn? ^irls rnlcricj wntlin- H kh^ aV>t> ^°v m ^ B "r?*\ frirnd" in l,ydia K. Ihtra f r, "jmlSin? lfinj L; "?f«?m, 'roojdl'! ng pr, 7c «a,s heW bv' r tho P TT '"' i Mls.5 iva crablitc at the end of liw ' K .m.i \ ? ?! ' R '"" !l '' » n »e- progressjoni ', ',, ''" ' ** 0 "ilKlllf. pinuist- ,, re - Oni'rieii". violin obit- Wingficlrt; Klllllctll. • llin Sluourt-d skies" >, 'Hos.inna" &y ova- ' 1 ' UM1 .'° n '' 1 IHORE THAN A MILLION USERS SAY ELECTRIC WATER HEATING IS AS CLEAN, CAREFREE, SAFE AS , n - -- an>s Ml4.sio.>ary > Societv " * W ^ of the Baptist church mcl at the of Mvs'n" chiircli Tuesday n ricrnoon ^\h a lurte • I, i Ur?c attendance and the enrol!- ga (»' bv T S, f ^5° ," C * " leml)C «, Mrs. choir. »'N,' • ~ P L, 1 " P° u 8'as and Mrs Charlie i bv Hall- Edwards, for-a Rojal -—• •' ' ' Trj- One oF Our nTlicloul PI8 SANIWICIIES 0;e Hickory Inn Across From Hleli School EHJQV THE LUXURy OF LOW-COST ELECTRIC WATER Sec Ynur Dcitlfr (I, ARKANSAS-MISSOURI POWER CORP. This neighborhood's got some pretty tough kids, but any time you need some help, jus' let us know—they're all our pals." COURTS M. -N. Hobbs, of Liixora, plended guilty to n chnrge of sliooling geese nut of season when arraigned in Magistrate Richard Thomas' court at. Luxorn yeslernay. HD was fined S25 and costs amounting to 547.40. Gainc Wnrden Pnul Damon wh made the arrest, testified that Ui u dcfcndpnl -shot two geese March 12. Divorce suits filed in chnncerv court recently: Pot. TijMe Elben ss. Robert J. Eblen, E. },. \vest- ^rooke, Jr.. JonesUoro, attorney wiby Miller vs. Eddie Miller, Claude F. .Cooper, nttorney; Wil- -,uin Howard Thorn vs. Nellie May iliom, Ed B. Cook, nttorney Marshall Field bus been granted a divorce from Gladys Field on the ground of Indignities. Rold und Evrnrcl were attorneys for Field. One applicnnt in every 5000 rises from extra ranks to lending loles in motion pictures; one In every 25,000 rises to stardom. [MARGARINE BUYERS! George No Longer Drinks Whiskey fl'imle While Kibbon Treatment Him Hute IJijuor Wliil« HiUbou Itemed}- cnn lie civcn -t-crclly itt cuffce, tea or milli mi>i | ms Jonrj much to stoi; drunkenness Una ••.ujlJDii iti>|j|.»(l a JrunViirll'of 3D year's •nit one liox. Tito )irice is Jioo' anil • b lor s^le at Kirliy Brolliers. EXTRA CARTON COUPONff REE! TWO Premium Coupons With Each Pound of Durkee's — Trom Now TU( April 301 The side panel describing Durkee's "Improved Process" counls as an extra coupon. This is in addition to Ihc rcgubr cnti-flap coupon. Use Durkec's! Save tlie coupons. Get any one of many valuable articles. Extra coupons must be re* deemed or sent in foi credit by April 30, 1910. J- RITE PEICE STOHE Ul i- 112 K. 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Also Instruction Book. Use Dr. Hess Stock & Poultry Remedies for Spring Tonic for Bc.sl Kcsults. f'UREX BLEACH Quart lot- TEA. GOLD STAR 8 o/. 2.'k; \ m. Uc GLEN WOOD SWEET CREAM BUTTER . ...Ib. 32c COFFEE, Alaxwcll House, Canova, Cha.se & S«n- •lioni. ]b. 21 Vic; We Grind Bulk ....Ib lOc & 2tlc iMILK, Pel or Carnation, 3 tall 20c or 3 small lOc REX JELLY 2'/ 2 Ibs. 19c; 30 Ibs. ?I.»S SEED POTATOES, Hod Bliss Cerlificil Ib, 2^f, Nebraska, Sack. .52.19; N. Dakota, Sack..vS2.;j l J CABBAGE or ONION PLANTS, 2 bunches 15c; Field & Garden Bulk Seeds Best Prices OLEO, 1'urc Vegetable, Sweet Sixteen )l>. 10VH SUGAR, Pure Fine Cane 5 Ibs. 2Gc; 10 Ibs. -He Pride Wash Powder, goes farther, large sizes, Free with one a( '. ll'c APPLE BUTTER, Pure Farm brand Qt. 12c LETTUCE, Crisp Tender Heads 5t CELERY; Jumbo Tender Bleached Stalk 9c POTATOES, Table Triumph - 10 Ibs. l»c ORANGES. Calif. Seedless, Sweet, Large ..2 for »c BROOMS, Sweeps the Spot Each '& f COCONUT, Baker's ;i m. 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Butter, Process Jb. 28c Pure Lard "; Large Box 3 Small Boxes ;.,. 23c Lard s ™ oi 58g *•'»<• 29c Sco3-lb.48c6-lb.96c PIE PLATE FOR ONLY 10 WRATPEBS FBOW CRYSTAL WHITE. .AUHDRY SOAP' 5 Uars 17c; 10 Bars FOH OlVtV JQ WRAPPERS FROM ) CRYSTAL WHITE ' LAUNDRY SOAP ,, iii*

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