The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 25, 1942 · Page 1
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, May 25, 1942
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, MAY 25, 1942 TUESDAY'S EVENTS Miss; Frances Little entertaining Double G. Club. Chatterbox Club meeting with Mrs. Hardid Anderson. Mi-s/Riley B. Jones entertaining Tuesday Club. WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS •Mrs. O. W. McCutchen entertaining. Town and Country Club. Mr?. Eugene Dickinson having Wednesday Contract Club. ADC Club meeting will) Mrs. S. G. Shfclton. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. William Lambert entertain- in? Triple Table Club. Mrs. Theodore Logan entertaining Double Four Bridge Club. -•' FRIDAY'S EVENTS Executive Board. Woman's Mis- lege, Denton. She has been teaching in the commercial department of Hardin Junior College, Wichita Falls. Mr. Branson is navigation instructor at Victory Field, Vernon, where the couple will reside. He is a graduate ol Hendrix College, Comvay, and received a ma-stei 1 '.^ degree from the University ol Arkansas, For several, .sununers. he studied at the University of Chicago. He was an instructor at Sapulpa Junior College, Sapulpa, Obla.. lor two years and taught at Hardin Junior College this year before going to Victory Field. Mr. and Mrs. Branson Sr. and daughter, Miss Jane Branson, war:? in Gainesville [or the ceremony. » « • To Honor Miss Branson Sidewalk Sailor At More Bridal Parlies sionary Union, First Baptist Church, mooting 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. Llovd Stickmou. Miss Jane McAdains entertaining Several more parties in the .se- reo-Que Bridge Club. | lie - s complimenting Miss Muurine ' Airs. Paul Byrum entertaining C. Branson prior lo her marriage to B C Club " I Walter Heard of Malvern on June " j 0 were announced today. They continue a series of bridal parties which began about two weeks ago. Mrs. Hermon Carlton will entertain 1G guests for a bridge party at 8 o'clock tonight at the home U. S. Branson Jr. Wed to Texas Girl May 16 Cf interest here i<; the wedding of Miss Kathryn Collins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Collins, of Gainesville. Texas, and Uzzell S. Branson Jr.. of Vernon, Texas, son of Mr. and Mrs. Uzzell S. Branson, which was solemnized Saturday nl'ternoon May 16. at Gainesville. The wedding took place in the home of the bride's parents. The H3v. Gerald P. MeCollom, pastor of First Methodist Church, Gainesville, read the service before an improvised altar of gladioli and fern. The 'bride wore a navy blue j ge ™L : '! howcr shantung suit, with accessories in ~ ncfvy and white. Her -corsage was gardenias. The couple was unattended. j$rs. Branson is a graduate of the Gainesville high school and Nerth Texas State Teachers Col- of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Worthington. On Wednesday night. Mrs. Spencer Alexander will be hostess to 12 guests for a party at her home, j when the wind blows nt Miami Bits of Mostly Personal Blllic Leggett. who is a student at the University there. .She will return home with them :for her Summer vacation. While there, they will vis; i Mrs. Leggott's 'parents' Mr and Mrs. N. E. Parks. ' '. Mrs. George Stickler and daughter, of Jonesboro, are spending this w<;ek with Mrs. Stickler's sister Mrs. William Young, and Mr' Young. There will be 20 guests entertained for a bridge party by Miss Mildred Lou Hubbard at her home on Thursday night. The affair will begin at 8 o'clock. Members of the bridal party j will go to Memphis Sunday for an afternoon party at the home of Mrs. Charles Vauyhan. In addition, she will entertain a few guests" from Memphis at the lin- ITZ Bargain Matinees Every Day * Ei ' cept Saturday & Sunday. •'• Show Every Night 7:CO ':. Box Office opens 6:45 Continuous Shows Sat. and Sni> Listen to KLCN 3:00 a.m n 12:45 pjn. f 4:30 pJtn. Last Times Today FHE GREAT THRILL TRIUMPH! During next week, there will be a party by Miss Mary Virginia Cutler and Miss Virginia Martin, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. S. P. Martin, and cne by Mrs. Betty McCutcben Scanlon, who will probably entertain on Thursday night. •The- rehearsal dinner will be given by Miss Branson's sister and maid of honor, Miss June Branson. It will be sen eel at the Hotel Noble, June 5. * •> f! OES WILL HAVE PROGRAM, SOCIAL The Order of the ^Eastern ^Star will meet for a program and social hour tomorrow night at 8:30 o'clock at (Masonic Hall. Mrs. "Marvin Crittenden is to be program, chairman and Mrs. E. A. Hale, Mrs. J. D. Smith and Mrs. George W. JBarham will be hostesses. «< * ••> MRS. JACKSON HAS VART-V FOR C.B.C. CLUB. Mi's. R. L. Jackson was hostess to .members of the C. B. C. Club and one guest, Mrs. J. J. Cookston, for a,.party'at-.her home Friday, afternoon, Roses and other Summer flowers decorated the entertaining rooms. Prizes went to Mrs. C. J. .Little for high, and Mrs. O. O. Elkins for second high score. Mrs. Cock- qlon was presented a gift. At the conclusion of the games, the .hostess served a salad plate with iced drinks. Mrs. M. A. Isaacs will go- to Memphis, tomorrow Lo meet her daughter. JV^ss Betty Brooks Isaacs, who Ls returning home for her Summer vacation from Virginia Interment, Bristol, where she has been in school this year. .Mrs. Isaacs will b« accompanied ( 'to Memphis by her .father, j. 'E. Gosch, of Memphis, who will return home after a visit here. i Mr. 'and Mrs. Ed Twinkler and son,. Homer, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Twinkler, of Maiden, Mo., and Mrs. Tom Halstead of Holland, Mo., were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Humphrey. Mr. Humphrey is the uncle of Mrs. Twinkler, and Mrs. 'Halstead. •Mrs. M. Filasimmons spent yesterday in Memphis with Mr. Fitzsimmons, who has been at Baptist Hospital there for six -weeks. He continues to improve slowly. Mrs. Paul L. Tipton and Mrs. Sadie James of Caruthersville, anel Miss Mary Sue James of Baltimore, Md., returned yesterday from Moore Field. Texas, where they had gone for the graduation of Lieut. Richard Tipton and Ballinger, Texas, where they had visited Capt. James B. Tipton. Lieut. Richard Tipton accompanied them here to spend two days with his parents, Dr. and Mrs/ Tipton. Mr. and Mrs. Winford Wyatt, of Jonesboro. .spent the week end here with his brother, William Wyatt, and family. Pvt. James C. Guard of Jefferson Barracks, Mo., is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Guard, here until Thursday. Also a guest of the Guards for a few days is Miss Tate Rowan, of Okolpna. Miss. Mrs. Vena Henley, of Flint, who became ill while visiting friends here, is .slightly improved. She's been ill for n week at the home : of Mr. and Msr. J. G. Barnes at 1021 West Ash Street. Bill Chamblin, who attends Tulane University, New Orleans, has and the Bausch-Lomb medal, an j arrived to spend his Summer vaca- honorary science award; Frances tion here with his parents, Mr. and Graduates At Cooter Hear College Speaker COOTER, Mo., May 25.—W T Dohery of Southeast Missouri State Teachers college delivered the commencement address to the graduating classes of Cooter high and grade school last week. Honor students of the classes named by Superintendent Jack Wimp were Harold Hopper, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hopper, valedictorian, of the high school graduating class and Miss Wanda Jo Perry, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Perry, was salutatorian. In the grade school, Leonard Harrell, son of Mr. and Mrs. E H. Harrell of Tyler, was valedictorian and Miss Oniska McKay, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lsaac McKay cf Oak Ridge, was salutatorian. There were 19 who graduated from the high school. A joint program was given for both classes. Beach, Fin., Leona Fredericks hopes to beat gasoline restrictions by zooming down the street on roller skates propelled by this Sciil. DAUGHTER BORN TO FORMER LOCAL GIRL. A daughter was born yesterday afternoon to Mr. and Mrs. Rozzell Jones of Milan, Term. The ba,by who weighed eight pounds has not yet been named. Mrs. Jones is the .former Miss Wanda Dailey. of this Luxora Students Presented Medals LUXORA. May 25— The following students of Luxora High School were awarded medals at the graduating exercises here Thursday night: Joanna Miller, scholarship B. & P. W. Club To Meet Walking Still Flie Best Foot Exercise By ALICIA HART NBA Service staff Writer Walking pigeon-toed and picking up marbles or pencils with toes are .still among the best of" foot exercises. Wilma D. Haynes, physical education director of Stevens College and of the Missouri state OCD program for women's physical fitness, lists the old familiar routines high, among modern measures for foot comfort and health. Dr. Haynes begins a timely booklet on foot care with the advice, "Put your Jegs in motion." TRY EXERCISE FOK "TONING UP" Of course, they are in motion, now. The question is whether it's a penalty .or a pleasure to you. If it's unpleasant, you,'d better resign yourself to looking as well as feeling definitely .Antebellum, or else you'd better exercise. Here 3re some more fundamental routines suggested .by Dr. Haynes: Heel cord stretching will limber the ankle tendons that fqel like drawstrings when you shift to flat shoes from high-heeled ones. Stand arms-distance away frpm a wall, palms on wall at shoulder level, elbows straight. Turn the feet to a -toe-in ppsition. Bend elbows until head and chest almost touch wall. Keep body straight. lit CLUB DELEMIE President S. L. Smith To Represent Lions At Toronto Convention LEACHVILLE. May 25. Leachville Lions ,Club will The Business and Professional Woman's Club will meet at 7 o'clock tonight at "the Rustic Inn for the monthly business session. Mrs. -F. E. Fox, new president, is urging all officers and members to attend. Paramount News & Comedy 'Tuesday & Wednesday OF JAPAN THE HEAT After bathing is a good time to apply Mexican Heat Powder to relieve heat rash, and help prevent it. Absorbs perspiration, often .the cause of irritation. Liverant, citizenship: Emery Koch! and Harold Frazier, athletics; Ditsy Siliman, athletics; Frances Walker, typing; Vivian McRae, social science; Maxine Austin, English; Harold Frazier, agriculture; James Brent, science; Willisline Allen, mathematics: Mary Clay Bowen, home economics. The medals were presented by Supt. T. D. Wlikins at Conclusion of the exercises in which the class was addressed by the Rev. Ralph Douglas, pastor of the Luxora Baptist .Church. Members of the class who received diplomas were: Joanna Mrs. W. D. Chamblin. Miss Cleo Bradley has returned NOTICE OF FILING OF APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR PERMIT Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has filed with the Commissioner of Revenues of the 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 220 East Main Street, Blytheville, Ark. The have the distinction of being one of the few groups in Arkansas represented at the International Lions Convention to be held at Toronto. Ont., July 21-23. The Le^chyille organization will be represented by it's president, C. L. Smith, now vacationing at Duluth, Minn., from where he will go to Toronto in time for the convention. Leachville Lions recently elected Mr. Smith to (succeeed Nelson Henry. Oilier officers named were: Leroy Carter, first vice' president; Nelson Henry, second vice president; H. H. Howard, secretary- treasurer; J. E. Garrett, tail twister, ajVd the Rev. E. H. Hall, Lion tamer. Members of the board of directors include: H. H. Howard, R. L Wright, Louis Weinberg and Le<* Bearden. Installation of these officers probably will be held this week at a joint meeting of the Leachville ind Manila clubs, tentatively scheduled to be held at Big Lake. Application is for permit to be tne best issued for .operation beginning on the first clay of July. 1942, and to heels on floor. Return to position and repeat half a dozen times. CONTRAST JJATII IS JJENEFICIAL Now, try this knee-strengthener. Toe straight ahead and keep all toes down. 'Rotate the knees outward, forcefully, and relax. For relaxing and soothing tender, sore feet, .there's nothing so effective as the old-fashioned contrast! bath—two minutes in very hot' water, one-half minute in cold water; keep alternating for a total of about fifteen minutes. These routines, performed nightly, should .improve your foot health considerably in a couple of weeks, particularly when they are combined with that simplest and yet one of Piles Of ten Cause Many Other Ailments Backache, h e a d a c h e, constipation, dizziness, nausea, abdominal soreness, stomach and intestinal conditions are often caused by File.s, Fistula or Colon Troubles You can understand how and why when you see the pictures and diagrams and read, your copy of a 40-page FREE BOOK which explains the nature of these ailments Write today—a postcard will do Thornton <fc Minor Clinic, Suite 472, 926 McGee St., Kansas City Mo. /-If you suffer MONTHLY > FEMALE PAIN which makes you WEAMRANKY Nervous- If at such times you're annoyed by cramps, headaches, backache, distress of "irregularities," a bloated feeling, periods of the blues —due 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 cf 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 resist- ance'against such symptoms. Follow label directions. "Worth trying! ANNOUNCEMENT Miss Agnes Weeks announces thai she will continue her l*iano and Organ classes through June and July. For further information Call 2997 between 9 a. m. and 12. 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. Stewart-Robinson Drug Co. Harvey Stewart, Applicant. M25-J1 NOTICE OF FILING OF APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR PERMIT Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has filed with the Commissioner of Revenues of the home after spending 10 months in! r. 1 Washington and St. Louis working state of Arkansas an application with Lhe Navv and War Depart- lur P &rmit to sel1 an d dispense men £ * 1 vinous or spirituous liquors for bev- Mrs. Bernard Gooch, Mrs. Charles I f^ge___a^_retail^(or^ wholesale) on Crigger and Mrs. John Allison, of. Chicago, are spending today Memphis. cbed 3i5 W ' ln Main St., Blytheville, Ark. I . Application is for permit to be Dr c' E ' Wilson has gone .to} issued for operation beginning on Charles Edward Swain, city, 'ashlngton and" plans LO stop^ei? the _ first -day-of'Juiy v .ifl42^and to. ur Mrs. Wacle Channell, Holland. vh —walking. At The Hospitals BIythevil|e .Hospital Births: A son born to Mrs. .Grace Cunningham, city, Saturday. A son .born to Mr. and Mrs. Dyer Garner, city, Saturday. A son born to Mi', 'and Mrs. Renbert Gunner, city, Sunday. Admitted: Jiles Rambo, city. Dismissed: "• Dan Jackson, Route 1, city. Mrs. Alice Nabers, city. Madine Stewart, Steele. Walls Hospital Admitted: Edna Lee Huffman, Huffman. William' Allen Buchanan, city. Ellis Ray Swain, city. 1. •route home in Frederick, Va, for visit with his daughter. Mrs. on the 3° th dva >' °1 J , une - prescl ' be * by * Ulle m . . . R. L. Sherrick, and family, and in j dated January 7. 1938 and Supple- Baltimore for a visit with Mrs.'! mental Regulation No. 19 effec- Frank Tennyson, the former Miss Clark, valedictorian; Vivian Mc-j.Beuy Storey of this city. Rae, salutatorian; Ditsy Siliman, Fred George, Emery Koch, Harold Frazier. Billy Rogers and Charles Hicks. C. B. Wood, president of the school diplomas. board, presented the Students Sell Metals And Purchase War Bonds WYNNE. Ark. (UP) — Seven grades of Wynne public schools Mrs. W. L. Horner has gone to Whoatley to be with her father, H. K. Smith, who is .quite ill at his home there. Mrs. Mary Phillips Robinson is {slowly improving at Memphis iBapiist. Hospital. Her son, Phillips jRobinson, went down yesterday to !br with her aiul his wife, who is ! staying in [Robinson. Mi;;s Brownie live July 10, 1937. PHIL HASSELL. applicant. M25-J1 with LYNN BAR! & PRESTON FOSTER Also Selected Shorts. OXY Bargain Night 'Every .Night Excep. SatmrrJay. " Show Every Night 7:00 Box Office Opens 6:45 Continuous Shows Sat & Son, Always demand Mexican Heat Powder! '.have purchased S225 worth of Wai- Savings Bonds and Stamps with money they received from s:Ue of scrap iron. The students also have pledged to buy nt least $35 worth •tnmps weekly. Lions To Entertain Last Times Tonight The.HllLT HERTH TRIO The KING'S MEN ttlS ADRIAN DON DOUGLAS MARJORIE GATESQN Phone 42 Bo x Office Opens 7:30 p.m.— Show Starts 7:45 p. m. Admission Always llc-23c Tax Inc. Last Times Today Heroes unmatched for courage. •History unrqualcd for glory! Errol Flynn, Olivia DeHavilland 'They Died With Magnolia Selectees MAGNOLIA. Ark. (UP) — The next, group of selectees from Columbia County who leave for induction will bo entertained a breakfast bv the Lions Club. NOTICE OF FILING OF APPLICATION FOR LIQUOR PERMIT Notice is hereby given that, the undersigned has filed with the Commissioner of Revenues of the State of Arkansas an application for permit to sell and dispense Memphis ""with"Mrs" I vinous or spirituous liquors for beverage at retail (or wholesale) on the premises described as 310 East Main St.. Blytheville, Ark. Application is for permit to be issued for/operation beginning on the fiVst ({ay of July. 1942. and to expire ,on| the 30th clay of June, 1943, as prescribed by Bulletin dated Jatliary 7." 1938 and Supplemental "Regulation No. 19 effective July/10, 1937. Robijson East End Phcy. JM. H. Robinson, owner. Poster and Miss Eleanor Mooney. of'Ridgely, Tenn., spoilt t.he week end with L. T. Moore Jr.. and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Moore Sr. Jim Webb is able to be up after having been ill of rheumatism for MX wreks at his home on Highway Cl North of the city. Mrs. L. E. Rig;gins returned ihis morning from St. Louis where she had been with Mr. Riggins who is ill at the Prisco Railroad Hospital there. He is improving after having been stricken here about a week ago. She will return in two days. Pvt, Sam Johns, who is stationed at ihf air base at Orlando. Fla., group. :apt. W. H. Kitchens will address | i? spending a few days here with his family. Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Castlebf-rry. o! Jonesboro. .spent, yesterday here with their daughter. Miss Lois Cnst ii'br-rry. Mrs. \V. C. Leggett and daughter. Miss Louise Leggett. went to Oxford. Miss., yesterday for Miss CH1CKASAW West Main Ne»r 21st St Prices always lie and 22o Sat. staxts 12:<15; Sun. starts 1:45 Night shows ,6:4^ Contlnuons shows Sat. »nd San, Last Times Today with /.rlhur Kennedy Charley Grapcwin, Gene Lockhnrt Directed by Raoul Walsh Comedy and News Cut lowers keep best at near- zero teiiperatures. StJoseph ASPIRBN* WORLD'S LARGEST SELLER AT A Cordial Welcome Awaits You at The Beauty Bar O(c of the finest, most mod- cf shops in Northeast Ark lisas. Glencoft BIdg. Dismissed: Mrs. Charles Brogdon, city. Mrs. John Sparks "and baby, city Mrs. J. J. pickren,' city. Mrs. Clyde Bunch and Yarbro. .baby. Mrs. William Davidson and babv city. Mrs. .E. J. Noel. Hermpndale. MIT. Archie Champion and babv Keiser. ^Raymond Sweet, city. Memphis Methodist Mrs. Maggie BarbJers. Osceola. The rare .element, polonium is valued at $2.000,000 an ounce. It's the Law! (Efl'cctive June 1) To save precious rubber for the war effort, the Director of Defense Transportation issued a general order to service industries which says: We cannot make more than one stop at each customer's residence in any one day. This means ... to pick up your laundry c/T)ry' Gleaning your bundle nuist be ready and available when we call. To deliver your laundry or Dry Gleaning, we must make collections at the time of delivery. If 'these rules are not Complied with, we must postpone the delivery or pickup of your laundry .or Dry Cleaning until the following day. \Ve.cannot give any special delivery service. This means . . . any requests, other than our regular delivery service, cannot be granted. •We must reduce our truck mileage 40 per cent each .month below what it was the same month last year. This means . . . we must re-schedule our delivery service in each territory. We've already asked your cooperation to' help us save trucks and .tires, in anticipation of the passage of this delivery curtailment ruling. But, now that it has become a Government order, we must comply with H. The inconvenience caused by this order will mean a sacrifice to both of us. But we feel that it is a small sacrifice, 'because it will enable us to coniinue serving- you, and at the same time help our nation in its effort to win the war. HUDSON TAILOR SHOP BLYTHEVILLE LAUNDRY CLEANERS NU-WA LAUNDRY GLEANERS 2. 3. 1942's Should Have L A QT riO 1 Ortginol Screen Play, Robert te« ana Fred Rinaldo, Arthur V. Jonei end Dorcos Cochron Directed by HAROLD YOUNG A'uoclatt .Producer, JOSEPH G. SANFORD "I A UNIVERSAL PICTURE Fox News & Comedy. .; Tuesday & Wednesday RiCt WSth JLn All-< ***8&F'~S*f t*"<* RKO irRAOK) Picture hCtarto '" WttW. Zafc PITTS Also Selected Shorts. TUESDAY DIME NITE DIME NITE All Tickets ilc (Tax Inc.) 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