The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 27, 1942 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 27, 1942
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BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, APRIL- 27, 1942 Sbtial Calendar ;, /TUESDAY'S EVENTS' ' Mrs. J. C. Drbke entertaining Chatterbox Club. ,Miss Virginia Martin having Double G -Bridge Club. Maple Grove Cemetery Association meeting'.'2.30 o'clock with'Mrs. Sal lie Hubler. t WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS' Mre. John C. McHaney entertaining Tuesday^ Contract Club. -Mrs Russell Parr having Delta Contract' Club. Town and Country _<3jlub_ meeting with Mrs. G: G. CauWl. : Mrs." Charles ' Langston ! entertaining ADC Bride Club. 'THTJR3DATS EVENTS .All's. Welch Poster entertaining Triple Table. Club. . -y Mrs. Ross Hughes having Thursday Luncheon Club.. ' Thursday Contract Club meeting with Mrs. O. W. McCutchen. • Mrs. J." j; CooUston entertaining Thursday Bridge Club'. , l " : Mfs..'it/ O. Usrey entertaining Mid-Week Bridge Club; ' PRIDAY-S EVENTS _ .Executive' BbaWrWoman's Missionary Union, First Baptist Church, having 1 o'clock luncheon at hoine of Mrs. .6. My (Morgan. Elmwood Cemetery Association having 'luncheon meeting at home of'Mrs. Otto Bradberry. j Miss Patty June Davis entertaining Cee-Que Club. > Mrs. J. D. Smith entertaining C. B. C. Club; \ SATTJRiDAY'S EVENTS ; Mrs. R. L. Houck of Luxora and Miss Letitia' Neal entertaining ^.msricari Association of University Women, 2:30 o'clock, at home of Mrs. James Hill Jr. £ionor Recent -Bride Her New Bow EASTERN STAJl TO MEET TUESDAY NIOIIT Order of Eastern Star will meet tomorrow night at Mn-sonic Hall j for a program at 8 o'clock. Mrs. R. A. Copehind, worthy matron, has invited all visiting Eastern 'Star members to attend. ; Mrs. Russell Greenwuy will lead the program and Mrs. L. M. Moody and Mrs. Walter Lewis will act as hostesses. Steele Superintendent To Train For Army Duty STEELE, Mo., April 27.—Supt. W. A. Carter left Sunday for Montgomery, Ala., where he will report at Maxwell Field for training in the Air Corps. He will »'o to school for about .six weeks to attain his eligibility an un unti- giant, turban-matching bow flaring over her jacket, she looks fresh and colorful in her new slack suit. Glcndser designed the turban and bow set. They go just as well with a skirt —in fact the scarf is called the suit bow. It comes in many patterns of rayon crepe, Jersey and taffeta. aircraft instructor. Mr. Carter's vacancy in the Steele school district will be filled at present by L. H. Poolc, principal. Mrs. Carter, who is a teacher at Marston, will complete her school. Mr. Carter, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Carter who attended school here until he went to college, returned degree. home after receiving his Esther Bindursky Honored As Writer U3PANTO, April 27.—MLss Esther Bindursky, editor of the Lepunt'o •News 'Record, was given the first award Saturday m the daily feature field by the National Association of Press Women, Inc. This Is the second consecutive year that Miss Bindursxy has won this award. ,The honor came after a three-day meeting of the associa- Bite of News Mostly Directs Music • Pvt. Max Usrey, who is stationed with th? Medical Detachment at Gamp Sutton, N. C,, and Mrs. Usrey of Bastrop, La., spent the week end here with his mother, Mrs. M. O. Usrey. Pvt. Usrey was on a seven-day furlough. They were motored to -Memphis yesterday by his mother. Mrs. Cecil Shane and MLss May Dickson. Mr. and Mrs. O .W. McCutchen motored to Campbell, Mo., yesterday for their granddaughter, Sully Scnnlon, who hud been visiting relatives there. Bob 'Goodrich, of Memphis, spent the wf.ek end here with his mother, Mrs. E. A. Goodrich. A. G. Little and Maj. C. J. •Little returned yesterday from Leopold, Ind., where they went Friday for the funeral of their aunt, Miss Ammunda Little. Mrs. Phil Dross of . Meridian, 'Miss., who has been visiting her daughter in Washington, D. C. came .Friday to spend a week here with her son, Phil Dross. Mrs. R. B. Stout and daughter are visiting Mrs. Stout's parents, Mr. and Mrs. . Fred Bailey, in Little Rock this week. Miss Mary Elizabeth Borum and Spencer Alexander spent the week end in 'Ridgely, Tenn., with Mr. Alexander's relatives. Miss Mary Lynn Jackson, who v 'Among thof events which are be- 5)ig given for Mrs. Albert M. Her- mger-Jr,, recent bride, was a formal tea Thursday > '^afternoon - by Mrs. /k jM. Heringer Sr., of Jonesboro, k> " 'introduce -her daughter-in-law to the psople of that city. .-Mrs. Heringer Jr., was before her 'Decent Jaitaiage r :. r . Miss Eugenia Stacy, -daughter of : . Mr. and Mrs. E; A. re than- 200 people were en- tsrtained at the affair at the Country club: The culb decorated in Spring blossoms the- Spring colors were used in the sandwiches and other tea table decorations. •£in the receiving line with the ft'ostess and the guest of honor were Stacy, and her houseguest, Mrs. Wilton B. Zcdler. of Dallas, Texns, Miss Virginia Martin, dnugh- ' tion - and was 8 ivcn her for a 1)age ter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom F. Martin, and Miss Helen Armstrong. •Prior to the, tea, the local people were entertained at a luncheon at the^ Heringer home. v * • » MRS. KIMBROUGn ENTERTAINS CLU1S Mrs. Paul Kimbrough entertained members of lllo C. B. C. Club party Friday afternoon at her home. Irises, Tulips and spirca were the flowers used in her entertaining rooms. I Mrs. Ross Moore received high score prize and Mrs. J. D. Smith, ' second high prize in the games. The hostess served apple pie a la 'Mode with iced drinks. NOTICE ;TEBY TheWidmer Engineering Company is preparing a plat of the cemetery and earnestly request that all people having relatives buried in this cemetery, and whose graves are not now identified, place a card or some form of identification on each grave immediately in order that the plat will be complete in all detdiL feature article which appeared in the .Sunday Commercial Appeal last September, entitled "Stream- Lining Little lliver." At The Hospitals Blythcvilic Hospital •Mrs. Frank -Peters, city, admitted. •Ralph Adams, city admitted. 'Mrs. Alfred' Sipes, Route 3, ciiy dismLsscd. •' Mrs. -RJ. W. Crawford, Route 1, ctiy, dismissed. Rcnnie Joe Carlton, Steele,- Mo. dismLsscd. Walts Hospital Mrs. Floyd Bell, Sikeston, Mo. admitted: W. F. Bell, Sikeston, Mo., admitted. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Prestor Gol'f, city, a son, last night. _ Mrs. -C. 5-1. -Mason., Huffman, admitted. , Mrs. E. C. Howell, East. Prairie Mo., dismissed. Methoilist Mrs. W. N. Holly, Steele, Mo .admitted. Memphis Baptist • Ward Dorris, Hayti, Mo., admitt •eel. Business Women's Group To Install New Officer : The Business and Professionr j Woman's Club will install new oi '• fleers at a supper meeting tonight •7 o'clock, at Rustic Inn. : Mrs. F. E. Fox will be installed ;as" the new president succeeding Miss Clara Ruble. ttends Lindenwood College, St. 3harles, Mo., spent the week end ere with her parents, Mr. and VLrs. E. 'R. Jackson. 'Mrs. D. G. Stout returned last light from Memphis where she >pent the week end with her daughter, Mrs. C. Low is Wilson. ind family. Mrs. M. Fitzsimmons spent yes- crclay in Memphis with "Mr. Fitn- ;imihons who i.s yetting along very veil at Baptist Hospital. He will oe confined there for treatment or another week. Max' B. Reid lias returned from Hot Springs where lie spent five >veeks in the Army and Navy Hos- oital. He is now able to be out Miss Mable Hogan, Miss Mable Jo Wilson, Miss Era Wright, Mrs Eunice Young and Miss Jessie Srite spent yesterday in Memphif where Miss Wilson unclerwen treatment. Miss Mary Emily Wilson, d Memphis, spent the week end her* .vith- her mother, Mrs. B. B.. Wil ;on, and family. Mr. and Mrs. I. O. Westbrook Jr., of Joiner, and- Mrs. West,- 'srook Sr.. of Memphis, visited rel- .itives here yesterday. Wins Three First Division Places But More Instruments Needed Blytheville High School' band, entering for the first time the slil'fer competition of Class B, emerged Irom the annual state bund meet with three first division ratings. The local group which participated in the meet at Hot Springs this week end received a first division in marching, twirling ensemble and in piano solo. MJSS Jane Castilo was the soloist. Second division ratings were given the concert band, Bill Morse, euphonium soloist, George Hubbard, drum soloist, Kay Thomas, twirling .soloist, and the cornel trio of Harry Carter Farr, jcrc Heiil and Steve Brooks. Charles G. Morchead, director, and Mls.s T Eliwibeth Mcllcnry as chaperon for girls, accompanied the bund to Hot Springs. The 37 .students left here Friday morning and returned yesterday noon. Due to arrive here yesterday morning, the group missed train connections in Memphis and local •Frisco officials arranged for the stranded students to be brought here in a bus. Local band students competed yith more than 20UO students re- jresenting 35 of the best bands in he state. Four gradings were ivcn this year to the bands which nterecl in five divisions. The band which won first in )oth marching and concert in state last year when it entered lass D was forced to second in concert this year for lack of proper instruments. Judges in offering their critic- Norman Ferguson, educational director of First Baptist Church of Fort Smith, arrives today to take charge of the music for the annual Spring revival which opened yesterday at First Baptist Church. Norman Ferguson Will Take Charge Of Music For Baptist Revival isms of the band explained that Blytheville students did' the best Lhey could with the instruments •hey had, but 'that hey would probably be confined to Second'Di- vision in concert until the needed instruments arc obtained. Osceola Civilians Becoming Air-Minded OSCEOLA, ' Ark., April 27 — Osceola is becoming quite "air- minded" with seven high school students, business and professional men enrolled in air schools and qualifying for private and commercial license. Godfrey White, prominent Osceola planter and 1939 Plant-to- Prospcr winner, is the latest to solo at Bowen Field, West Memphis. John Binford White, Osceola Recalls Lincoln hi a Boat •KBNN1S, Mass. (•U 1 P)—Cnp'n EU- Leaeliville' Couple To Observe 50th Anniversary May 3 LEACHVILLE, Ark., April 27.— The Rev. and Mrs. R. E. L. Bearden will celebrate 'their 50 wedding anniversary on May 3 with an open house for their friends between 2 and G p.m. The Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Bearden were married at Big Flat, Ark., on May 3, 1892. He joined the Arkansas Conference o: the Methodist Church at Morrilton, Ark., in November. 1893, and served actively as a minister until his retirement in 1940. During this period, he served .some of the leading churches of the state and twice was elected as a His two sons, White, and Boyd rophmore, have also made their solo flight recently. Cjther Oisccola students include Dr. George Cone, Osceola dentist who owns his own plane and has been f:j:;ig for several months; Leroy Owens, service station operator, and Bruce Ivy Jr., a senior Norman Ferguson, educational director of the First Baptist Church, Fort Smith, Is expected to arrive here today and will assume charge of the song services tonight of the Spring revival that opened Sunday at the First Baptist Church, Walnut and Eighth streets. In the absence^of the evangelist singer, considered one of the leaders in the Southern Baptist Convention. Mrs. Paul L. Tipton, regular choir director, conducted the request song program over KLCN this morning. But Mr. Ferguson will be in charge of that daily seiv vice at 8:30 o'clock throughout the remainder of the meeting that closes May 10. it was announced ; The pastor-evangelist, the Rev O. J. Chastain, announced that he will speak on "The" Watchman'.* Watch" tonight and has chaser "The Prayer of Agur" as his topic for the morning service over KLCN, Tuesday at 10 o'clock. Greeted by near capacity audiences, the Rev. Chastain opened the revival Sunday morning, speaking on "Barrabus or Jesus." Special recognition was given the Intermediate department of the Sunday School. A section of the auditorium was designated for the Intermediates and their parents. This department lias 14 teachers and four department officers. Selecting his text from the book of Hosea, the Rev. Chastain ^poke on "Married to Backsliders" at the Sunday night services. Teaching Staff For Steele Named STEELE, Mo., April 27.—At a neeting of the school board of Steele Consolidated district t h c teaching stall for the coming year was elected with most of the old staff reelectedl Supt. W. A. Cartel- was reelecteiU but later resigned, with plans to train for .service in the Army Air Corps. Other high school teachers are as follows: L. H. Poole, principal; Miss Minnie Elizabeth Wallace, home economics; Bailey Rutledge, vocational agriculture; Miss Helen Rutledge, English; T. C. Thornton, social,science and boys coach; Marvin McKinney, mathematics and girls couch; Miss Almeda Berry, commercial; Mrs. M. Brothel-ton, music, and Miss Othelia Bates, study hall. Industrial arts is not to be taught in the Steele school iir the coming year. | Steele grade school — Marshall Smith, Arnold Phillips, Mrs. Gelena Carter Fisk, Miss Grace Lau- derclale, Mrs. Maridicine, Clark Pc- terson. Miss Ha/el McAdams, Marion Burcline and Gladys Sharp. Micola—DHmer Pritchurd, Miss dith Hill and Miss Christine GiL- chell. . New.Survey—Win. Johnson, Miss Ruth Lee and Miss Kathleen Whit- icld. Denton—Principal has not been elected. Other teachers will be Miss Lorcne Limbaugh and Miss Mabel Barnes. At Gibson Miss Glendean Jones and Mrs. Johnnie Higdoh were reelected and the board voted to •ebuild the Gibson school building destroyed by fire several months igo. Since that time the students lave been attending school in Sleele. All teachers at the Bensley, St. Paul. Ncedmore and Mico'la. neyro schools were rcelected. Pemiscot Singers Meet STEELE, Mo., April 27.—The Pemiscot County Singing convention, held its monthly .session at Vicksburg, three miles south of Deering Sunday. * * * * TONIGHT '"THE TELEPHONE HOUR" | INAUGURATES A GREAT | ARTISTS SERIES WITH •IASCIIA AND THE BELL SYMPHONIC ORCHESTRA ************ P.M. C.W.T, Shows No itespect 1'or Law iPHTLADELlPHlA (U P) — Mrs. Jane Lynch, a police matron, had her purse snatched—within sight of the police station where she serves. SKIN BLEMISHES of * for all occasions Personalized Service THE FLOWER SHOP Phone 491 Glencoe Hotel Blclg. Check Itching—Burning The antiseptic—soothing way with Black and White Ointment.' Promotes healing. Uiio only as directed. Cleanse with Black and Soap daily. BLACK and WHITE OINTMENT ACNE TETTER ECZEMA in Osceola High School. Young Ivy hi A series of prayer meetings planned for the entire two weeks hn,ir t fn,. ' ''T> ^'"'^^ ""> j the revival is in progress will start hoius for a private license and * t(jnight afc , ^'^ ^^^ in the various departments include: working on his requirements for jah Eldridge, 95, this village's oldest ..... j resident, says his most vivid recol- delegate to the General Conference. !lection is seeing President Abraham Upon his retirement from the 'Lincoln riding in a small boat that was being towed down the James river in Virginia by a steamboat. Are Your Valuables We^have had numerous requests for safety deposit boxes <wd in order to meet this demand we have just completed the installation of 200 additional safety deposit boxes. The War Defense Bonds that you are buying should be properly taken care of. Your Life Insurance and other valuable papers should be placed in one of our safety deposit boxes in order that they may not be stolen or destroyed by fire. We have several different sizes of boxes for rent. If interested see us at once. The Farmers Bank & Trust Company ministry, the Rov. Mr. and Mrs. Bearden moved to Leachville and their home here ever have made since. Four of their, children arc living. They are: Mrs. Ed Gordon of Morrilton. John Bearden and Mrs. Guy Edwards of Leachville. and the Rev. R. E. L. Bearden, Jr., pastor of the Methodist •.a Walnut Ridge. Church a commercial license; he has not been granted them officially because of his age; he is only 17. Billie Reid, another Osceola •enior and son of Mr. and Mra Everett Reid, is in Jackson, Miss., this week' taking his examinations for enlistment in the air crops. Charles Rose of Roseland and Charles Robinson of Keiser are also students at Bowen Field in West Memp-.iis. chapel, Garret L. Abbott; Adults, Hays Sullivan; Young People, Mrs. W. M. Williams; Intermediates, Miss Luna B. Wilhelm; Juniors. Primary and Cradle Roll, Mrs. Jake Huffman. Phone 42 Box Office Opens 7:30 p.m.— Show Starts 7:45 p. m. Admission Always llc-23c Tax Inc. Bargain Matinees Every Day Except Saturday & Sunday. Show Every Night 7:00 Box Ofl'ice opens G:45 Continuous Shows Sat. and Son Listen to KLCN 9:00' a.m., 12:45 p.m., 4:30 p.m< Last Times Today Wins Honors In Class For Aviation Ordnance Wilbur G. Warren, son of and Mrs. S: L. Warren, recently was graduated as honor man in his class at the Aviation Ordnance School, United States Naval Station, Jacksonville, Fla., according to announcement made yesterday. iHe is now at an undisclosed school receiving advanced training. Sunday-Monday Mat. Sun. 2:00 P.M. Box Office Opens 1:30 P.M. Henry Fonda— Fred MacMurray in— 'Trail of The HERBERT TERESA WRIGHT - RICHARD CARLSON Directed by. WILLIAM WYLER' DiitribuleJ by RKO RADIO Pictures. Inc. Paramount News & Comedy. Tuesdav Shorts and News Cooler School District Elects Faculty Members COOTER, Mo.. April 27.—The following teachers .have been ve- rleclod in the Cooler Consolidated District No. 5 for the coming year: High School—Jack Wimp, superintendent; Carl Hughes, principal. Miss Lucille Tipton, Miss Katie Cost. Miss Novalee Roberts and Mrs. Marvin McKinney. Cooler Grade school — Marcus Limbiiugh, principal. Mrs. Marcus Limbaugh. Jack Rushing, Airs. Jack Rushing. Mrs. Lorene Littlo ind Miss Dbrris Barnctt. Tyler—Miss Clark; Crockett— James L. Cassidy; No. 8—Jim Mil- ;er and Mrs. Dennis Holmes. Enlisted at 13 in 1917, Wants To Serve Again EAST ST. LOUIS. 111. (UP —The second youngest man to serve in the first A. E. F. wants to go back into action as part of the second. His parents recently moved He is John Comton of East St. Blytheville from Tupelo, MLss. Louis, who enlisted in the first World War at the age of 13. Compton applied for reenlistment in the army and will go to Peoria for a physical examination and induction. Comuton, now 38 years old, was he youngest member of the Amer- can Legion to serve in the army. He served overseas for 14',{. months fter enlisting at East Chicago, Ind. "Sure. I had to lie about my ge." he said. "But I was itching to et my finger on a trigger. The sergeant decided I was a little young o be toting a Springfield so they ssigncd me to driving one of those our-wheel-drive trucks." /* If you suffer MONTHLY FEMALE PAIN which makes'you WEAK,CRANKY Nervous- If at such times you're annoyed by cramps, headaches, backache, distress of "irregularities," a bloated feeling, periods of the blues-duo to functional monthly disturbances- try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. This famous liquid not only helps relieve monthly pain but also tired, nervous feelings of such days when due to this cause. Lydia Pinkham's Compound is one medicine you can buy today made especially /or women-taken regularly it helps build up resistance against such symptoms. Fol- Jow label directions. Worth trying! The whale i.s able to deal the lardest blow of any animal, by swinging its enormous tail. Douglas Hodges Named WASHINGTON, D. C.. April 27. —Douglas Hodges of Leachville, Ai-ky. is one of several recent. nominees for positions as Arkansas, postmasters. It has not been announced when •Mr. Hodge- will be assigned to his new duties. Tuesday—Dime Nile All Tickets lie (tax inc.) It's a C'h'eer-Lcading Musical Hit! 'Zis Boom Bah" Grace Hayes, Mary Healy, Peter Lirnl Hayes Also Comedy Wednesday For Original Beauty Creations — — Phone 2592 Caldwell Beauty Shop First National Bank Building Law of the Tropics Constance Bennett, Jeffrey Lynn Comedy ami News Storage COMPLETE protection for your furs, woolen dresses and suits. Gall Us Today! Save on— . Dry Cleaning! Plain Dresses 90c Suits 90c Peerless Cleaners Cherry & Franklin — — Phone 2433 CHICKASAW West Main Near 21st Si. Prices always He afcd 2Zo Sat. starts 12:45; Sun. starts 1:45 Night shows 6:4W Continuous shows Sat. and San. Sunday and Monday 'Hired Wife' —with— Rosalind Rnssrll, Brian Ah came A'irginia Bruce. Musical Short—"Torrid Tempos" Also—Universal Ncvrs. Tuesday and Wednesday BUDDY NIGHT 2 for the price of 1 'SCATTERED BAiNES' —with— Guy Kihlwc, Carrol Hughes, . John Archer. Comedy—Tli c Three Stooges in "FROM NURSE TO WORSE" Selected Short Subjects Bargain Night Every Nigfct Excep* ;: Saturday. . Show Every Night 7:00 Box Office Opens 6:45 Continuous'Shows Sat. & Snn. Last Times Tonight THEY'RE AT IT AGAIK, and It's Every MM for Himself! Tfct "Stz-yon <nilda£s o» "Tta Cock- •ytrf WocW stirt a new llMTl Ci-KS . P; = : Ke Smith • Dorothy lovctt • Franklin Paottai . Md Rise's Mm • Six Hits awS A Mts RKO RADIO Piouro Produced by HOWARD BENEDICT. Directed by FRANK RYAN and WILLIAM HAMILTON. Original screen play by Frank Ryan and WiMiarn Hamilton. Fox News & Comedy. Tuesday & Wednesday with George Montgomery Mary Rcth Hughes Also Selected Short Subjects

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