The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 24, 1939 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, May 24, 1939
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WEDNESDAY, MAY 24, 1939 jfJQuccn and Young Admirer Busier Tlian Ever At 72, Queen Mother Respected BLYTHEVILLE, (AUK.)' COURIER NRWS •I HY MILTON .... . NEA Service Staff Correspondent LONDON, May 24.—Queen Mnry most popular woman In Oreal Britain. The crowds which assemble lo cheer her wherever she t'oes, tlie applause in tlie movie theaters when her picture is shown on the .screen, all BO lo prove it. j "Tlie grand old trooper," as she has been called, will celebrate her 12nd birthday on May 20. Two ,years past the Biblical three score and ten, Queen Mnry shows no sign of slowing down, fn feet, it 1 anything, she is even more active than when her husband, the late King George Fifth, was still alive. And it Is not as if life had been all velvet for her. Within the coin- pass of one short year Pate hit her two very hard blows. On January 20, 19:iC, she lost her husband, after more tlian 42 years of happy marriage and close companionship. In December of the same year her eldest son, King Edward VIIf, abdicate! the throne and went into voluntary exile. SAW THL-: .CROWN'S PRESTIGE LOWERED Queen Mary was quick to sense the blow this had struck at the prestige and glamor that surrounded the throne. She realized how popular a figure her eldest son had t been, liow ready a speaker, how good a mixer. More than anybody, she knew (he handicaps her second son, now King George Vf (f-SvouM have to surmount. She threw herself into the breach and took a leading part in everything royalty could do. At the same lime, she dill not dream of overshadowing the young royal couple. In the past year she has been a consistent attendant at movies. She has gone to many theatrical shows. She has heard good music at many concerts. Her patronage is a gouj nitne r 01 . the movie or theatrical production she attends. It is about the best advertisement (he attraction can re- ceire. Most of the time, especially with (lie movies, Queen Mary attends n premiere where tickets are sold in terms of dollars rather thai of cents. ENJOYS HEIl FI.OCK By day her car'is apt lo bn seci in some iiuiel by-street where there is an antique shop. She is an expert in antiques. By gifts and bj inheritance, she has an enormous ; collection of jewels, china, rare ok laces and fans, pretty gew-gaws 'llml makes no difference. She keeps on adding lo her collection There are subtractions, too. Whenever sonic girl that the Qiieei likes gets married, she is apt to receive from the dowagpr something, rare and precious and old. The last ten years of the Queen's life have been brightened by hei flock of grandchildren— Princesses Elizabeth and Margaret Hose daughters of King Gcovgc ami Queen Elizabeth; Prince Eclwarc and Princess Alexandra, children of (lie Duke and Duchess of Kent Of course, there arc her other two grandchildren, sons of Priticcss Mnry and Lord Ha re wood. But they arc 10 and. 15 and most of the time ai-e off at school. It is the younger children she sees Ihe most. At the present lime, with the King and Queen visiting in North America, Queen Mnry has taken upon herself the job of keeping Princess Elizabeth and Margaret fiose amused. STAMP NEWS At 72, Queen M i n is eun more at'llrc (linn when Cieorgi- V was alive. Above she receives a liiirsc from a "young admirer uflei for Working Women. ' Steele-Cooter Society—Personal Tarlor-Hiicklrbcc. , Of Interest nt Cooler is the mal - nagc of Miss Sybil Hnefclcbeo of nrnggadoclo ami Carirtliorsvlllc to Carl Tny!or-which occurred in tlie home of Justice of pincc T u. Cassidy'of Blyllicvillc" Saturday night. W. H. statoum or Cotlon- ivood was hptr only attendant The bride is of n very prominent family of the Braggadocio community where slie graduated from liigh .school four years ago. Since that time slie has'been employed at the shoe factory in Ca- mlhersvilic. The groom is the son of Mr.;. Minnie Taylor who owns Ihe Cot- lomvood Ferry whore he is employed. He attended high school at Canithersvtltc. •nicy will make their home at Collomvood with (lie bridegroom's mother. * « * Cnmplicll-narrclf. Of interest, at Stcolc is Hie marriage of Miss Jimnila Barrett ot I Hayti and Carutliersville to Ray Lf Campbell of Hayti, formerly of JrJVJteele which occurred in the home I of the officiating minister, Rev. I Beryl AIcKowen, pastor of the I Methodist church nt \Viona Mo, Ion Nov. 20. and which lias been | kept a secret until (his time. The bride who Is a graduate of I the Batcsville, Ark., high school, I also attended a business college I at Memphis nnd for the past 18 months she has been working in the Caruthcrsville Production Credit Association. She is the daughter of Mrs. Osa Barrett of Hayti. The bridegroom is a graduate of Steele high school in 193-1, being vnledictoriim of his class that year. He Is ' well tamvii here, having been very popular among; the student, body and [acuity, nc is now employed as bookkeeper for the Kohn Bros. Gin at Hayli. They are making their home in Hayli. Bridge Club Entertained. Mrs. Glynn While was hostess to her Tuesday lirldgetccrs and one guest Mrs. Moyd Wngster nt her home yesterday afternoon. The high score prize went lo Mrs. Guss Cooper and bridgo lo Mrs. GUSS Cooper and bridge lo Mrs. Sidney Miller Jr.. The hostess served peaches, ice cream and cake. » + * tiled. Officers n! F.F.A. The following officers have been elected for Ihe Slcele Chapter of Future Fanners of America: Hedell Williams, president: Kenneth Meadows, vice president; Stanley Davis, secretary; Louie Mack Bain, asurcr; L-. T. Crisp, reporter; Clyan Lame, watcli dog. * » * Attend Funeral nf Ittlativc. Mr. and Mrs. J. p. Pisk nnd son. Wayne, Mr. and Mrs. Olen Cnstlcmnii nnd Mr. and Mrs. Thomas C. Whitfield were in Caue Cirardcau Friday where Ihey attended the funeral of Mrs. Fist's and Mrs. Castelm.iii's brother, Homer Thomas. Steel's Stettinius Laughs It Off CEVEBAL weeks ago the U. S. ^ Postolnce Department declined : to issue a special £tam)i in connection willi the First I World-Wide Convention of Philatelists at Tulsa, OliUi, Mexico now has released four values lor the event. The first is a 10-cenlnvos denomination [or regular, postage, picturing nn Oltlr.liormV Imtlnn praying to (lie sun. The other, three are 2fl-cen(, -10-ccnt mid 1- j)eso nlnmiil stamps showing a Ponca City monument to the women colonizers of Oltlaliomn. Pcrmmicnt organi/.iilioji of the World-Wide Convention of Philatelists is expeelcd at the Tiilsa meeting which is host to nearly 00 liovmimcnls. » » • *" Now available at the Washing-' ton philatelic niicncy for 10 cents, tlie junior edition of the booklet, "A Description of United States I'ostarjo Stamps," comprises 03 pages of descriptive and photographic material on oil historic and coimtic'inorntivu stamps issued from 18D3 to 1938. » 9 » Willioul oflicinl explanation, 'the ( French government hns withdrawn the 90-centhnes slnmp pic- luring tlie war-lime premier, Clc- mcnccuu and the new French battleship named for him. H was believed that Germany protested the stamp as provocative during Ihc current international tension. Cle- rnenceau would not listen to peace plcns in 1018 unlil Ihe German army was crushed. Inlcrcsling now issues: Bolivia— 18 rallies picturing llamas, vicuna, garza birds, clilncliilln, the tucan, condor and jaguar; Ecuador—five values, showing runner, wrestlers, diver, basketball ant) parade of ,I,cnm B a Horn, nthIe , eS( issuc( , in comm ' cmol . a|iojl I of (he first Bolivnrinn Olympics. ' Five airmail values were also issued, showing boxing, tennis, a woman runner, army horseman and burning o( the urn of, triumph or'victory. • daughter, Fnlry Ann, spent the latter part of the week in Lepnn- to, Ark., us guests of Mr. and Mrs. ' Dan Perils Jr. j Buddy DeBnkey has arrived from Houston, Texas, where he has been working, to spend several days with his mother, MIS, Altha De- Bnkey. and sister, Miss Hazel. Mrs. J. L. Moore has been n pn- lient in the Memphis hospital where she is undergoing treatment for cancer. Miss Wanda Kcllcy left Sunday for a visit with her sisle.. Mrs. S. P. Lee Jr. and Mr. Lee In Greenwood, Miss. Little Rhlldn Ann Lee, who hns spent the past week here, •elnrncdihoine' with- her.{ , Miss Marjorlc KOicaririon has gone to Tennessee lo spend the summer vacation with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ahuer Ashcralt entertained at dinner Saturday, Eber spencer of Snvnnn.ih, Tenn.. Mr. and Mrs. L. c. Spencer anl Mrs. EHvood Brown of Steele and Mr. nnd Mrs. Roy Jones nf Cooler. Interment ivris made in the cem- etavy at Rector, Ark. * * * Mrs. A. D. Abernathy was hostess (o her Jolly Eight Bridge club of Steele and guests, Mrs. Byron Weaver and Mrs. Al Jordan at her home on Walnut av> uite Wednesday. ' The high score club prize went to Mrs. C. C. Hazel nud high feme guest prize to Mrs. Jordan. The hostess served ice cream, strov/bei-ries, cake and iced tea. James L. Cassiily is in Mexico, Mo., this week where lie is a ilclc- jate from Southeast Missouri lo tlie I. O. O. P. Grand chapter. Mre. Mervin Wells is a delegate trom the Steele Rebecca lodge to Sranti Chapter meeting at Mexico, Mo. Mr. Wells and children ac- :cmpan!ed her and will visit (here (or several days. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Foivler, Mrs. O. W. Fowier and Mrs. Q. C. iVagstcr went to Trenton, T.;nn, Sunday and brought Mrs. Ellis hint atui s™ Harold home with hem to visit here (or several days. Mrs. Hunt hns been sick for r.Jv- :ral days sind Is hero ;o take real men ts. Mrs. P. E. Fender is the guest of tcr son, Hoivnrd rentier, and Mrs. 'under of Wichita, Kns. \ Mrs. Roy Workman and dnugh- er, Phillis Ann o( Maiden, is the guest or her mother, Mrs. Lucille Micliie. and other relatives. She Mr. Workman |,lan to move o Carulhersvil!c June 1. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Aslicralt of Ola. Ark-., spent Sunday at Cooi- r with Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Beck- lam and other relatives. Mrs. Ashcraft remained here until Tues- ay when she was accompanied as ar as Blythevllle by Mr. and Mrs. iomer Waters and Mrs. P. E Waers. Tom Lewis is confined (o his lome by illness this week. Mrs. Armclia Cooper of Ccntcr- Wert Optometrist "HK MAKES 'KM SKK" Over Joe Isaacs' Store I'llOllC 510 The laugh indicates Edward StcMlinius, chairman of board of (J. S. Steel corporation, is undisturbed as he appears before Senate monopoly committee, engaged in Washington c|Ui7. into how "great corporations finance selves from own internal resources." ville, ICtts., has stopped in Cooler /or several (toys visit with relatives enronte lo St. Louis where she is to visit other relatives. Mrs. Noble Culsinger and children are visiting relatives in Walnut Ridge, Ark., Mrs. L. E. Cooper. Mrs. Marcus Ltmbaugli and Mrs. Muschell Hamra spent Monday In Memphis wilh Mrs. E. w. Mccunn at the Methodist hospital. Mrs. Hamra remained for a longer visit with her sister and Mrs. C. T. Lewis jr.. who hns been slaying with Mrs. McCann since sbe was taken to Ihe hospital last Saturday returned home. John Terry and Howard McClure spent Monday in Memphis with John Wallace who Is seriously ill «t the Veteran's hospital Mrs Clorine Oilmore is staying in Memphis with Mr. Wallace and also with Mrs. E. E. McCann. Mr. and Mrs. Marcus L,imban°li spent Sunday In stccle with Mr and Mrs. A. W. Jordan. G. w. McCann, who has been sick for several weeks from cancer, is not as well as he has been. Mrs. Lois Reid, Mrs. James Reid, Mrs. Linnie Duke, Mrs. Tom Lewis and Joe Russell spent Monday at Dexter as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clint Coleman. Mrs. Ida B. Smith has returned to her home in Memphis alter a H . . Elmer Jones returned yesterday from Bells, Tenn., where he lias been visiting his brother, Glen Jones and wife and also attending the Berry festival there over Ihc weekend. Mrs. George Spence and children have gone to Glen Allen Mo , for a visit with relatives. Mrs. Patty Hazel and little visit here with Mr. and Mrs S. Taylor. Idle Man Finds $121; $10 Reward Buys Shoes SAINT JOHN. N. B. (UP)—John 1 Grlffen, unemployed, was walking along a street here looking for work when lie stumbled over a small mud-caked bundle of bills. 7Ic put the bills In his pocket, took them home, cleaned them oil anil dried them by Ihc stove. Altogether there was $121. Then he put the bills buck in his pocket, trudged to a polio; station and turned them over lo the owner, ivho had reported his loss. With n $10 bill In his pocket ns a reward, Grilten was given a lift by the police wagon to an uptown store, where he bought u new pair ot shoes and went out, again In search of work. •/Tic Japanese government, It was recently reported, has refused to register any new passenger cars unless they are equipped to run on charcoal or fuels. other substltule Freshly Churned COUNTRY BUTTER AND BUTTERMILK Produced in our big new churn just Installed. It's Delicious! 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