The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 12, 1940 · Page 5
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THURSDAY, DECEMBER' 12, 1940 . SLYTHEVILLE '(ARK.)' COURIER NEWS Raleigh Sylvester To Be Worshipful Master Raleigh ..Sylvester will be installed as the Worshipful Master of the Chickasawba Lodge No. 134 at the joint installation service of the Masonic group and the Order of the Eastern Star, Dec. 27 at the Hall. Mr. Sylvester succeeds L. E. Baker, in the election Wednesday night, these officers were chosen to work with him: Norman F. Moore, Senior Warden; Jerry Hai'r well, Junior Warden; B. J. Allen, Senior Deacon; Jack O'Keefe, Junior Deacon; W/ J. Pollard, treasurer; R. E. Blaylock, secretary; Otis Shepherd. Senior Master of Ceremonies; Holland Aiken, Junior Master of Ceremonies; A. O. Hudson, Chaplain; Acie Woods, Tyler. Trustees named were Floyd A. White for one year, Past^ Master Neill Reed for two years and Past Master L. E. Baker for three years. To Organize Home Defense Units Soon Dr. Bateman To Talk At Baptist Meeting OSCEOLA, Ark., Dec. 12.—Dr. R. J. Bateman, pastor of the First Baptist Church, Memphis, will be the principal speaker at the monthly meeting of the Mississippi County Workers Council of Baptist churches scheduled to meet at the Baptist church here Friday Dec. 13. Dr. Bateman will speak at 11:30 a.m. and 1:45 p.m. Stewardship is the theme of the day's program with the Rev. W. E. Haltom, Southern Baptist Home Board Missionary located at Dyess Colony, to give the devotional. Other speakers are the Rev. Alfred Jarpenter, pastor of First Baptist Jhui-ch, Blytheville; the Rev. W. C. Tharp, and the Rev. F. A Whiteley, associational missionary for Mississippi County. 'Around 100 persons from the SI Baptist churches in the county are expected to attend. Luncheon arrangements at the Osceola club house are in charge of Mrs. F. E. Tompkins, Mrs. C. C. Bowen, Mrs John A. Ecirington and Mrs. C. E Butler. Glamorous Entrance •^ CAV OTHERS VILLE,. Mo.. Dec. 12.—Eight Home Defense units will be established in Southeast Missouri upon the departure of localized National Guard units for camp, it was stated here Wednesday by National Guard officials. National Guard units will be mobilized for active duty December 23rd. The eight home defense units will be at Steele, Kennett, Dexter, Doniphan, Sikeston, Cape Girardeau/DeSoto and Festus. There will be no Home Defense Unit in Caruthersville to replace Company B of the National Guard. The combined Home Defense Units will be known as the Sixth Missouri Infantry of the Reserve Military Force of Missouri.' The units will be made up of volunteers who furnish most of their owi Charles G. Shepard To Get 50-Year Mason Pin CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo., Dec. 12.—Charles G. Shepard, local attorney, was to be presented tonight with a 50-year membership pin in recognition of having been a member for fifty years of the Masonic Order. The presentation was made at a specially called meeting. Mr. Shepard has served the local lodge as Worshipful Master on six occasions. He is the only member, so far as official records of the local lodge discloses, ever to receive the pin, The only other known* resident of this immediate vicinity is Sam Pikey of Conran, who received his 50-year pin about two years ago. .s'Ms •K^'Wf* f RijM* •"* ** U««***^^^ And at Hubhard's low prices it will be easy to keep within your budget. Our store is brim full of a choice selection <?f Home Furnishings that will make ideal gifts for any member of the family. Cqme in today <Mi0 inspect this complete showing-. ,'..*. equipment and drill once each week without compensation. The newly formed units will take over the peace-time duties of the National Giuar^, such as service during floods, riots, or other emergencies, j The Home Defense Unit' at' Steele has already been • formed and officers elected,' according to local National Guard officials. Use Pemiscot Cotton In Canadian School Desi Arr».!\z. Cuban actor-musician who rates pretty highly among New York's current glamor boys, carries his bride across the threshold of theatre where he's playing. She's Lucille Ball, screen actress, who 1 ? pretty glamorous herself. They recently eloped to Greenwich, Conn. Before resuming work in Hollywood, they'll have a Havana honeymoon. Mrs. Fred Henley To Head Semo Club Read Courier News want ads. rt Oxfords CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo., Dec. 12.—Pemiscot County cotton is being used for a project in a Canadian high school, according to an announcement made ' here this week." The school is at Trenton, Ontario' Canada, and one of .the students there who corresponds with a local high school student, Miss Virginia Campbell, had expressed the desire to see cotton. A complete exhibit of cotton, seeds, plants, open bolls and ginned lint, was sent to the school, and proved of such interest, the teacher has secretary. l CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo., Dec. 12— At the regular election meeting of the Semo Club in this city. Mrs. Fred Henley was elected president for the coming year. Other officers named are: Mrs. Johnny White, first vice-president; Miss Mary Ellen Horner, second vice-president; Miss El i z a b e t h Brent, recording secretary; Miss Mildred Tinsley. treasurer; and Mrs. Dick Roland, corresponding tension committee of the Missour Federation of Women's Clubs, was an official visitor and appeared <oi the program. THE FAMOUS Z DROP WHY TO GIVE YOUR HEAD COLO THE AIR. IN EACH NOSTRIL, USE 2 DROPS OF COOLING. SOOTHING !"^X*IvwIw/w!vXv/^ IVAV.V.V.V.VAV.V.W AWV.V.VY.r.V.V.Y.V.Y.Y.'. "-.w.y.v.v.v.v.v.'.VAV.v. w^vivXwXvXv: !C^X<yXvX;X;;v made a project out of the exhibit for. the entire student body. Mrs. W. W. Parker. 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