The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 11, 1942 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, May 11, 1942
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BLYTHEVILLU, (ARK.) COURIER NEWB MAY 11, 1942 Social Calendai TUESDAY'S EVENTS MrsT A. ,M. 'R. Branson and Mrs. : D. W. McCutchen entertaining, Charlevpix Chapter; paughters of the American .Revolution, 1 o'clock, at Hotel Noble. : JCuiior-Senior -Parent Teacher Association "•, 'meeting 3 .o'clock at school preceded by executive board meeting at 2:30^ o'clock. .Mrs/ 33mma itfolen -entertaining Ei-Monthly Bridge Club. -Double G Club -meeting Tvith Miss ^Virginia Little. Hiltlia Club... having'dancing party at American Legion Hut. Order of Eastern Star having stated meeting, • 8:30 -o'clock, at Mn sonic Hall. Mrs. Doyle Henderson entertaining Tuesday Club. '.. WEDNESDAYS EVENTS ......\ Mrs. L. S. Walters .entertaining ^Chatterbox-Club. »Mrs. W. W. Shaver having Wed- ljo.sday Contract Club. "--Chapter D, P.'vE. p. Sisterhood, meeting 1 o'clock with Mrs. A. 'Coi;way. Sisterhood of Temple Israel meeting 8 o'clock with Mrs. Max Eorpwsky of Manila. B''N"ai B'rith' meeting 8 o'clock with William Borowsky. of Manila, .•Sudbury nParent Teaclier Associa- /tion .meeting 3 ;o'clock .at school 'preceded "By executive board meet- ing'at 2:3Q'o i cloek. THURSDAY'S EVENTS , .Mrs.' Ed Cook .entertaining Double Four Bridge Club. Town, and Country Club meeting with/ .Airs. C. C. Langston. Mrs. .Sam Sikes having Triple Table,-Club. Mrs. John ,P., Lenti entertaining Thursday 'Contract Club. Mrs. P. B. Jarrett entertaining Cra club, 1 o'clock, in honor <tf . Mrs. W. .S. Langdon. Prosperity Club ,. meeting 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. J. A. Saliba. FRIDAY'S EVENTS . Mrs. W, -D. Godwin entertaining CB;C ciub. Miss Elizabeth Ann Wilson entertaining Cee-Que Club. Tip Top Bite of News i Mettly Personal ,Flowers blossom in profusion on Hollywood's spring bonnets. For this small lip-tilted bonnet worn by Carole Landis, the leaves of the roses have been moulded solidly to form the flat crown and the brief .brim. Three natural looking pink roses spring out of their leaf background •New Club To Have Dance The 'recently organized ~dance club composed of young married couples will have its first dance Tuesday night at the American Legion Hut. It is planned to have one supper dance each month. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Crawford. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Bunch and Mr. and Mrs/Marshall Blackard will entertain for 'the affair. The club has .selected Hiltha for the. name of its "-group, taking it from the Indian; word meaning dance. _L-,-J : HONOR ll WTTH KITCHEN SHOWER sfei.v.-xl-i't^ss . Maurine Branson, bride- Mm^'" V-i 'f-V*--*!^*^*; & Cordial Welcome Awaits You at Beauty Bar t One of the finest, most modern shops in Northeast Arkansas. Phone 3202 Gle&coe Bid*. elect of WalUr Heard, of Malvern, was complimented with a kitchen shower Friday night when she entertained members of the Cee- Que Bridge Club for a supper at her home. Blue irises, pink roses and shasta daisies decorated the Branson home .for the affair. The shower, .which was a surprise to the hostess, followed the two course supper. Miss Mary Jo Hall was the only guest in addition to the club members. Miss Virginia Little was high and Miss Frances Holland, second high scorer in the bridge games which followed. GLEANERS CLASS TO MEET TONIGHT. Members of the Gleaners Sun-^ day School class, First Baptist' Church, will meet tonight, 8 o'clock at'the'home of Mrs. T. W. Jeffries. A regular business meeting will be followed- by a social hour. * * * SENIORS TO GIVE PRO'GRAM FOR PTA .. Members of the senior class of •i&e.j-<a^yAi|igrh r school will present £heV pVogram at''-'the. meeting of the Junior-Senior Parent Teacher Association tomorrow afternoon at- 3:15 o'clock at the school. An ; executive board meeting at 2:30 o'clock will precede the general session. Mrs. Russell Parr, program chairman, has announced that a varied program of music and readings will be given. -Students scheduled to take part are LaneHe Smart, Sallie Mathis, Jettye Claire Huffman, Billy Jontz, Bill "Morse and Joe Evrard. CARD OF THANKS Mrs. E. J. Dazier and Mrs. Sid Warren thank the people who helped in entertaining the soldiers now stationed here for dinner yesterday; COMPLETE protection for your furs, woolen dresses and suits. Call Us Today! Save on— Dry Cleaning! Plain Dresses 90c Suits 90c M. D. Robbins, president of the Board of Directors of the St. Francis Drainage District of Clay and Greene Counties, went to Piggott today to attend the annual meeting of the Board of Directors. He will visit friends in Paragould before returning home. Miss Irene Morgan, of Helena, spent the .week end here with Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Gray and oth?r frienas. She formerly taught in the city high school. Mrs. W. T. Morrow, or St. Louis, is visiting -her sister, Mrs. C. A. Cunningham, and Mr. Cunningham. They spent Sunday in Trenton, Tenn., with Mrs. J. I. Crenshaw, mother ,of Mrs. Cunningham and Mrs. Marrow. Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Anderson and daughters, Hattie and Margaret Rose, and Miss Ernestine Smith spent .Sunday .in Jonesboro with friends and relatives. Mrs. lone/Ropp and Miss Ruth Lindsey returned last night from Chicago where they visited Mra Ropp's sister, Mrs. George Ropp, and Mr. .Ropp. They were accompanied there by Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Oakes and Mrs. lone Ropp's children,, who remained for a three weeks' visit. W. A. Hatchett. of Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., spent the week end here with Mrs. Hatchett and family. .Mrs. Marvin Nunn returned Saturday night from Montgomery, Ala., after a month's visit with her daughter, Mrs. John Cocke, and family. Mrs. J. L. VanHooser and daughter, Delma Armenia, of Smithville. Tenn., are visiting her parents, Mr. .and Mrs. J. E. Neal. They came especially for the graduation of Mrs. VanHooser's sister, Miss Juanita .Neal, from Holland High School. Miss Cornelia Gillenwater and MLss Doris Whaley spent 'the week end in Memphis and Osceola with friends. Mrs. Eura V. Stone spent last week with Pvt. Eura V. Stone, \vho is stationed at Forl Leonard Wood, Mo. He accompanied her to Jonesboro where they spent the week end with relatives. Steven Johns, petty officer at Naval Air .Base, Norfolk, Va., came this morning to spend 10 days here with his sister, Miss Nellie Johns, and family. Mrs. -Guy .Burks is able to be out .after!.having'.been ill of a throat infection for A : few days. Pvt. Daniel Boone, who is stationed at the Army Headquarters n Memphis, and Howard Boone. vho.attends University of Tennesee Medical school, Memphis, spent he week end here with their nother, Mrs. O. B. Boone. They ame especially to be - with their n-other, Sanford Boone, who leaves Wednesday for service., with, the Army. .He reported at Camp Robnson last week but was granted i furlough for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Smith spent the week end in Jonesboro with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Thorpe and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Smith. Richard Becker spent the week end in Little Rock:with his mother, Mrs. A. C. Becker. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Downs visited relatives near Jonesboro yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence H. Wilson and daughter. Miss Elizabeth Ann Wilson, spent yesterday in Leland, Miss., with relatives. They were accompanied home by Mrs. M. E. Wilson, who will visit here. Miss Lois Castleberry spent the week end in Jonesboro with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Castleberry. Mrs. J. W. Adams and sons, Drane and Wesley, returned yesterday from Dyersburg, Tenn., where they had visited Mrs. Adams' mother, Mrs. Clyde Drane. Mr. Adams motored over for them. Drane, who has been ill of mumps, is better today. Knight Laird spent the week end in Jonesboro with friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Lynch spent Friday in Memphis. Mrs. Ijynch attended a luncheon given by Mrs. Dean Glasgow, of Memphis, wife of the president of the Federal Reserve Bank, for wives of the Federal Reserve Board members. Mr. Lynch attended the board meeting. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Ewing have r-sturned from a two weeks' vacation in Memphis and Tuscaloosa.. D. J. Lorio Jr., who was inducted Into the Army April 14, spent-the Grade School Students To Observe Music Week Elementary school children's ob- I servance of National Music Week 'originally scheduled for last week but postponed'because of the sugar rationing in the schools -will open tomorrow at a concert by Miss Agnes Weeks, director of music at First Methodist Church. MLss Weeks was invited by Miss Winnie Virgil Turner, elementary supervisor of city schools, to prepare ths program for the pupils of the fourth, fifth and sixth grades of the • city. -It will .be 'given at 2:30 o'clock at Methodist Church. Opening the program, the entire group will be led in singinb "Amer- week end here with Mrs. Lorio. He Jca" .by Miss Medrith Hancock of is with the Medical Division at 1 Sudbury Scrool. Miss Weeks will Camp Robinson. Mr. and Mrs. William Wyatt and son, Bill, spent the week end in Jonesboro with Mr. Wyatt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. Wyatt. Mrs. Julia Wiss, of Memphis, spent yesterday here with her daughter, Mrs. R. L. Stockett, and family. 18 Women Enroll Here For Nutrition Course The class in nutrition for women in the Sudbury district met Friday night at the school with Mrs. Freeman RoUinson, home economics instructor of the city high school. Eighteen memb^vs were enrolled. Members voted to meet at Home Economic cottage each Tuesday and .Friday nights at 7:30 o'clock for five weeks instead of only once a week for 1.0 weeks as was originally planned. These classes are under the supervision of the American Cross play a group of organ numbers after which Helen Frances Buchanan, of Lange School, will speak on "Appreciation of National Music Week." Miss Weeks will then play three groups of piano numbers ending with her own arrangement of "By the Beautiful Blue Danube," Strauss. For the closing number, the children of the sixth grade of Central School, directed by Miss Lenpre Swearingen, will sing MLss Weeks' composition, "America, Land of Our Birth." and are a preface to can ten work. which will begin here .upon their completion. "Food For Energy" will be topic of discussion May 12. the Cleaners Cherry & Franklin — _ Phone 2433 At The Hospitals Walls Hospital Admitted: ,Mrs. L. R. Mathis, Yarbro. Cobe Bowers of Dell. Mrs. John H. Storey, Rt. 3, city Births: II ol ly wood Gl a mo r Aids Will Add To Your Oomph UY ALICIA HART NBA Service Stuff Writer Glamor experts arc stressing, more than ever, the advisibility of striving for natural effects to makeup for everday, broad daylight occasions. But, tint's no reason why you shouldn't know some of the cosmetic tricks that actresses use !to overcome defects, i Here are some ideas which you night employ, if and as they fit yoiu- problem ;n prettying your face for special occasions, espec- jifllly evening occasions involving I dining or dancing under artificial light. Artificial light tends to drain out pink tones and 'therefore pink- Twin boys born to Mr. and Mrs. er powder is indicated even for Raymond Whittle, Rt. 1, city. Dismissed: Vernon McCord of Portageville. Mrs. J, E. Little of Gooter. Mrs. James Smith of Lilbourn. Mrs. Francis Smythe, city. Blytheville Hospital Admitted: Mrs. Edward Gollinger, city. Mrs. Carson Crump, city. Mrs. James Price, city. Mrs. Robert Sanderson, Bragg City, Mo. . ; Dismissed: Miss Betty bourn. Mo. Jo Hanna of Lil- I complexions which normally require i yellow-tinted makeup. i By using rouge well out toward the ears and down along the cheekline (as you'd never .do by day) you can make a wide face seem less so. To make a very nar- ro'w -face seem broader use powder a shade or so lighter than you wear normally. A very big mouth seems to dwindle when lipstick is used at the arch of the upper lip, and is tapered off short of the corners. iTo make lips look fuller, broaden Mrs. C. G. Redman Will Again Head Literary Department Of Club Mrs. C. G. Redman was re-elected president ofc the literary department of the Woman's Club for a two year term yesterday afternoon at an executive board luncheon and literary department meeting at the club house. Report of the year's activities was made and a program on "Better Homes" was presented. Other officers named to serve with Mrs. Redman were: Mrs. Ralph Eerryman, first vice president; Mrs. J. A. Saliba, second vice president; Mrs. George M. Lee secretary; Mrs. E .F. Blomeyer, corresponding secretary; Mrs. B. A Bugg, treasurer; Mrs. Russell Barham, assistant treasurer; Mrs. J. G. Barnes, registrar; Mrs. W. S. Johnston, Federation secretary; Mrs James Hill Jr., chairman of literary department; Mrs. W. E. Hendrix, chairman of the music department. Action taken during the business session concerned next year's program, use of the club house, juvenile activities, and the community sing. The Board voted to continue with the two departments, music and literary, but in keeping with the times to draft next year's program along lines of defense. Use of the club house was offered free to graduates of both Junior and Senior high school for any activity they choose to have at the close of school. Regular cash awards of $2.50 each to highest ranking junior high school student in Mathematics and English will be awarded again this year. .• Community sings .will be sponsored each Monday night at 8 o'clock at the club as has been the custom. Reports included those of the finance officer and .of Mrs. Redman, who attended state convention in Little Rock recently. It was stated partment of the Woman's Club. The program closed with the singing of "Home, Sweet Home." Mrs. E. F. -Blomeyer -and Mrs. Charles Ray Newcomb were hostesses for the luncheon. A double; cornucopia of Spring -flowers was used on the table. Place cards were miniature houses in keeping with the "Better Homes" theme. Mrs. Paul Pryor became a member of the group which reported 34 paid up members !at the oloss of its .year. Meetings will be resumed -in September after a Summer adjournment. HMeU Makes You Tired, Hervott— If at such times pain and distress of : func- tibnftl ,mbrit;hry flis^ turtfences make you feel , dragged out, crpnky, nervous-try Lydia £. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound-made especially >lor women! v 'PJhkham's Compound not only helps reilevemonthiypain (cmmps, headache, backa'che), but also helps*te6bthe nervousriess ol fcuch days when'dueto this Cause. Taken regularly thruout the .month-it helps-build up resistance against stfchfsymptoms. Thousands upon thousands of women helped! .Follow label directions. 'Evacuation Aid Out of Reach SANTA CRUZ, Cal. (UP)—Authorities,. anxious to help evacuated aliens, established an information bureau for them, then learned it had been erected in a district prohibited to aliens. It haVh to be moved. V irz Matinees Every Day Except Saturday & Sunday. Show Every Night 7:00 Box Office opens 6:45 Continuous Shows Sat. and SOB Listen to KLCN 9:00 a.m., 12:45 p.m., 4:30 p.m. Last Times Today West Main Near 21at St Prices always lie. and Z2e Sat. starts 12:4S; Sun. start* 1:45 NIfht »h*ws 6:4V Continuous shows Sat. uul Son. Last Times Today 'YOU'LL NEVER GET RICH' Paramount News & Comedy. Tuesday & Wednesday —with— Fred Astaire and Rita Hayworth. Mrs'. Bilbo Stallcup and baby, i th * z H' ches ver > r . sU 8 ntl y and cover c ity . . well tne lower lip. Memphis -Baptist Hospital C. CJ.'Lnngston of JBlytheville. Francis Rayburn. city. Memphis Methodist :Hospttal To. seem more wide-eyed, .especially, if lashes are .nondescript, [use mascara on upper and lower Slashes. Eyes look wider apart when Mrs. G. E. Tyler of Luxora. Mrs. L. D. Walling of Manila. NOTICE OF FILING OF APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR PERMIT Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has .filed with the Commissioner of ^Revenues ?ot t!he; State of :Arkansas' an application for permit .to sell and dispense vinous or spirituous-liquors for beverage at retail (or wholesale) on the premises described as 2 Main St., Armorel, -Ark. Application is for permit to be issued for operation beginning on the first day of July, 1942 and to expire on the 30th day of June, 1943, as prescribed by Bulletin dated January 7, 1938 and Supplemental Regulation No. 19 effective July 10. 1937. E. C. WILLIAMS (Armorel Drug Co.) Mll-18 eye shadow is concentrated on the outer portion of the uuner lids. CONCENTRATE ON SKILLFUL USE OF MAKEUP Many good salons specialize in makeup for special occasions, and it would be a good idea to take advantage of it, at least for a few •times so that you can learn to handle cosmetics with skill. Skill and exact knowledge of your facial requirements are essential to .success with these cosmetic tricks. It would be worth your while, also, to study your facial contours and coloring but under natural and .under artificial' li^ht. Your makeup for artificial light should restore those assets, such as warm coloring, which you lose when rouge creates the effect of a shadow. ' And it may also conceal minor defects which, by day, are best just left alone. CARD OF' THANKS We wish to thank our many friends for their kindness and floral offerings during the tragic death of our beloved son, Charles Ellett Cobb Jr. Mother, -father and family. Phi Beta Kappa Waits While Motors Are Tested CINCINNATI, O. (UP)—Stanley Sevilla -decided to remain on his job testing airplane motors rather than take time off for initation into Phi Beta Kappa, a national honorary scholastic society. Sevilla. a University of Cincinnati senior, will miss the regular initation, but will be inducted into DO YOUR EARS RING? Maybe somebody's talking about you! They noticed your bad breath. Sour, gassy stomach oftea accompanies occasional constipation. ADLERIKA blends ] the society""later" atf his'owrf con-i H572' 926 McGee St Kansas Citv S.laxafayes for quick bowel action and vcnience. !-- • ^° i«cuee s>i.. Kansas uty, 5 carminatives to relieve gas. Try' had a substantial account in the bank. Mrs. Redman in reporting on the j state convention activities partic- ; ularly emphasized the petition which was drawn up in regard to Swift and Company, now budding here, asking them to add another department to their plant for the manufacture of by-products of soy beans. Mrs. James V. Oates, who presided over the program, had as her principal speakers Mrs. Jam€s Hill Jr., who gave an informative discourse on many phases of "The Home and the Vital Part It Plays in the'.'Lives -of r Our American People." Mrs: W. E. Hendrix and her children gave two vocal group numbers in keeping with the theme of activities in the home and in the observance of National Music Week which has been sponsored here this week by the Mus/c De- Comedy—"Mr. Elephant Town." Goes to Also—Untevrsai News Tuesday & Wednesday BUDJDY NIGHT? 2 for the price of 1 'THE LUCKY CISCO KID' f —with— Cesar Romero, Mary Beth Hughes and Chris-Pin Martin. Comedy—an all star short—'COLD TURKEY." ScrMn PUy fcy AH«A KivUn • Bawd Upon the C*MM*«Mw Moeazin* Paul G«ltic« ' DkvchMJ by Richard Thorpe by Jack Chtrtok Also .Selecietl Shorts ROXY Bargain Night Every Night Except Saturday. Show Every Night 7:00 Box Office Opens U:45 Cofitfn«bV5 Shows Sat. & Sun. Last Times Tonight EDMUND IOWE County Spending: Quadruples PRYOR, Okla. (UP)—Merchandise sales increased 399 per cent during the month of March in this county over March of 1941. The two per cent sales tax raised $8,880, against $2,227 last year. Nearby defense industries were given credit for much of the increase. Constipation Often Causes Colon Troubles Stomach and Intestinal troubles, Piles and Rectal Disorders are some of the chronic ailments often caused by constipation and colon disorders. Such common symptoms as frequent headaches, dizziness, nausea, abdominal soreness and pain are often nature's warning of a diseased colon. The Thornton & Minor Clinic. Suite Whittington and Williams Old Time Gospel Preaching and Singing. All this week at PILGRIM HOLINESS Come, bring family and worship with us. L. A. CREWS, Pastor I Fox News & Comedy. Tuesday & Wednesday J A 26th Ciitury-Fox I ALso Selected Shorts ADLERKA today. Kirty Bros. Drug Co., and Robinson's Drug Co. r. H •U He expects to enter the army air corps and will receive his university degree in advance of graduation. JMo.. has published an informative booklet on these ailments, generously illustrated with diagrams and pictures. They will send you this book FREE. Write for it today. &C66p AAA to ( Phone 3362 ZELLNER'S SLIPPER SHOP 20Z ^ Main st Are Your Valuables We have had numerous requests /or safety deposit boxes and 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 &

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