The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 16, 1940 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, December 16, 1940
Page 3
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MONDAY, DECEMBER 1G, 1940 Deadline For 1041 An to .q Nears the deadline for purchas- m°- 1941 motor ' vehicle licenses and driver's lir-^nsps ju^t, two \v^k.s awav. R. a stout. dLstrict supervisor for the slate revenue department. today urged all automobile and truck owners to buy ihpir li- laes as- soon as oowhlp. Mr. Stout oointed out ihnt tb^ro hfls been no indication that Governor fiailey will mend the deadline .'i ml i hat after midntehl Deu'mhpj- •il : i $3 vf-naltv must br> levied for ouch additional ion dnv.s dfilav in pavhw thft license i'e?. Hundreds of motor v^h!<:- t > owners will be forced to..^j»"d H iin» ul the local revenue office if they wail, until th" h*! mptij'.* 1 *o ^n--H>?^-« thei" I'M! liV&; taes since no provision has b^u made for i ?>"••<•-»•< si n'* the regular for:-* 1 . Beginning todav. ownr-'^- n f n»w :ii"nj<vib51e.s and trucks will be per- miued to buy their • 1941 license* without being reauired r.o havi- a heei)^ for the last quarrr-r of 1940, M'- Stout said. Those who find II. eonhenient to do «o may drive to the state nerrnit. "*«Mon at UK; Arkansas-Missouri Mutt: line and obtain their 1941 )l'-f-iv.;es. in manv .instances this vli? save time if the local revenue office i.s crowded with, late license buvers. Three days ih.v-: w» n k. Tur^dav. Wednesday and Thursday. licenses 'will be. on sale in the western part of the Chickasawba- dLstrict for Uu- convenience of motorists in that section. At. l,en/:hvili o t.he I''tasf.s may be bought at the u o j>nci coiuoanv store and ac •M'inih ihev mnv. be obtained at t'w planters Exchange Bank. BTjYTHEVTLLE (ARKA COURIER NEWS 11 li Caruthersviile business firms, sngeesUng that they lake "any action. you may deem .necessary to, defer a movement of this kind." The letter pointed' out that .similar proposals have in the past, been defeated three times—twice by city-wide election and once by the council in executive session. It was pointed out by Mr. Shy that the movement would prove costly to taxpayer.',-—the cost ot t defraying a special election. Ami jit was further suggested that those bending Lhelr efforts.toward bringing about the special election might more beneficially direct their ef- fort.s toward .securing .some .sort of national defense project hurt-. Meanwhile, members or Mayor D. D. Pinion's city council are go- in& ahead with plans to promote the movement for the city-owned plant. A Si. Louis engineering firm has been hired, at an approximate cost of .$250, to make a survey and present at the next council meeting', the estimated size uncl approximate cost of a -plant .sufficiently p larye to serve this I'ity.. In the |event the special election is. called, arid the proposal receives -a majority vote, it was stated that th? survey iee of $250 would U- dfdua t-d If •!he firm was glvra the project. Social Security Official To Be Here Wednesday A representative of the Old-Age and'Survivors Insurance Program ( 0f the Social Security Board will ,'be at the office of the Arkansas State Employment Service here Wednesday. Dec. 18. between the hours of 10 o'clock 'A. M. and 3 o'clock P. M. He will be here for the purpose of interviewing persons interested a the Old-Age and Survivors Insurance Program. Cooper went- to Southeast Missouri in 1931. lie is survived by his wife. Mrs. Ona Belle Cooper; two sons, Monroe and Madison Tyler; two daughters, Mackle Nell and Barbara Fay Cooper, all of Tyler; two brothers, James Cooper of M'acon, On., and Frank Cooper of Cockran, On., and one sister, Miss Charlsline Cooper, also of Cockran. Hannu Funeral Home Is in charge. At The Hospitals Walls Hospital Carlos Fiobln.soa. Steele, admitted, MiUihell Bast, city, admitted. Horn to Mr. and Mrs. J. if. Clackwell, ciiy. u daughter Sun— j morning. Born to Mr. uml Mrs. W. R. Denning, city, a daughter Monday morning, weighing live pounds. Tint .Rev. \V. M. Duncan, Ster-le, hmissed. John DPIMI. city, dismissed. Wiiy.-non Webb. Cooter, dLs- Mrs. E. B. Woodson. city, dis- Tuesday evening to all members and friends of the Methodist Church. Receiving with Rev. and Mrs. Campbell were Mrs. James Moore, vice president of the Woman's Sorlety of Ciimtian Service; Jume.s Moore, superintendent of Younjj People's work; Robert Killian, rluiirman of .the Board of .stewards, and George Matthews, member of ihu Board of Stewards. The house was beautifully decorated, carrying out the .spirit of Christmas. A miniature Christmas tree, holly wreaths, and a lighted htmple showing the Lust Supper were outstanding. 'J'lu; dining -table had a.s its centerpiece a mirror lake relleiHinB .Simla and his reindeer. Mr.-,. W, R. Uwhorn presided at thf silver coffee .serviiM 11 and Miss Almedu iierry '.served from the rho:-uluttt .servk-e. Assisting in .serving at the buffet were Mrs. Barney Threlkeld and Mis.s Annabelle Threlkeld. .'• musiral (jru^ram was presented during- the evening by Mls.s Cuv.o- ij.. ... ( jey iuui Mr.s. U. W. Cowan. A lurye number ai ul- tf-niied ihrouy/iout the Blythevlll* Hospital Mrs. Kmma Nolen, city, admitted. Mr:;. L. '!•'. .Moon-, HutfrnHn. ud- | ml t ted. Mrs. Haul Cireenv/ell, city, dismissed. Memphis Baptist Hospital J. H. Grain. Jr.. Wilson, admitted. Memphis Methodist Hospital Mrs. G, J. May. Manila, admitted. / v. .; Born to Mr. and , Mrs. Travis Robinson, Wilson, a daughtep Shot In Hip' Long .Ignored SAN ANTONIO. Ttfx./<UP)— Shot in the hip 40 years'; a : go, Charles Charmoskey, 72, appeared the other day at the/ county hospital for treatment. : 1 Has Power Issue Again C " R UTHERSVILLE, Mo.. D e c. ' ".—The Arkansas-Missouri Power Co p..'. of which W. A. Shy is local i"wn-:ger. has ^toiled a lounter- '•'o: ••;* campaign in cppciition tr r hc' proposed movement to secure a mrnjr.ipal light plarit'"here. The Hrst .-step in the counter campaign letters mailed by Mr. Shy it; Austin M. Cooper, 40, \ Of Tyier Succumbs! \ i ; Austin Monroe Cooper of Tyler, ! Mo., died Sunday night at ihe ! family residence. He was 40. : Funeral rites were to be held this uC a Cooter, Mo., church Manila by the Rev. Jasper Patterson, pastor, . with burial at -Cooter Ceme- Kev. and Mrs. O. ftj[. Campbell Open House I Rev. and Mrs. O. M. Campbell Mr. ' iiat! open house from 6 to ! 9 o'clock Workers Council Meets 'Hie workers, officers and teachers of the BaptUt .Sunday .school met this week for their regular monthly meetiny and .supper. The supper table wa.s decorated with candles and miniature Christmas decorations. The group opened the meeting by the singing of Christmas songs. The Christmas Story was read by Mr.s. Hattie Mae Grimes, which wa.s followed oy prayer. Superintendent o.- Sunday .school W. I,. Thompson presided over the meeting. All officers nnd the different departments gave their monthly reports. The B. T. P. groups 'also guve reports of their work. Seventy-five members were present at this meeting. • These monthly meetings of. the Baptist workers Ls un oulst uncling feature -of the church. • • 4" 'i C. WoniaiiV Society of Christian Service .Members of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of the Methodist church met Friday afternoon v-.t the home of Mrs. Kip Moore wiih a large number of members ni. Mrs. James Moore, vice president, presided over the meeting. • _ . iJ. l\. A.shabranner wa.s the lender for the '"Our Ifprliajjc" jiru. wain. Mrs. Jnck Tipton oave n tii!k, "Making' Good Neighbors and a Good Neighborhood"; '\Ir.s Fred Needhum dLsct^'d ''Our' invest was t'ol- - on -'wstn>nls Af-\r" , ' M f\ c * l . ) |' ) H 1 ) Mrs. Ohio aee, MM. ^Ib^ri/ Scott m uf uiid . jkah-tj brlof talk.s on s.r. •' •JWLsdoin" 'und "hove". Mrs. 'Afihabranner read Lukc'.s account of the Birth of the Savior. The • meeting was closed by the song, "Silent Ni K ht. Holy MBhi," followed with prayer bv Mrs. Cowan/, The hostess .servctl me/Us the favors were randv "walking " njjxt intreilnK will be -^ nt tlie hom<- of Mr.s c n AshubrumThis will be t»> will be th»> Bible biudy projif^u unri will be followed by (he aujjuftl Chri.stmas purtv. All nu'inbcr j,ni urucd to at- ? j ?' und Mr^.j G. S. Adklnsun wen- uuesLs Tuei'vlay night of Dr and Mrs. J. M. wAlls ut their home in Blythevllle. • Mr. rtnd Mr.s. VjilUr Thomas have us, ilu'lr BIIWI.S this '\\vek their :,oa "«'<t family, Mr. atid Mrs. Alton •Ihonms of Wn.shlntfi.on, D. C. They Plan (o stay until after the holidays. Mr, and Mr.s. L. h b . Mobley hud »-s tlu-ir guests this week Mr. and Mrs. Ba.sil Hal! of Jane.sboro Mr. and Mrs. R a. Hastings of S«Mjjnh,. Mo. 1 , were Sunday •• o! Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Anchlln. j Di'. anil Mrs. E. W. Potter of Jonc.sbcrc- visited the Rev. nnd Mrs Prank Sweet Saturday. Mr.s. Albert Best is ill at her home here. Mr.s. Clyde Hooper, vtoo has been .visiting friends in Manila lor the past week, has returned to her homo in Flint, Mich. ' ; Mrs. Wooclrow Grain ' nnd .smul! sou, jiminie. returned lo,.lheir aome in MemphLs this week after » wcek'.| visit with her pa'fents, Mr and Mrs. Ernest Bcdwell. 3 ASPIRIN WORLD'S LARSEST Mrs. Jack Tipton attetKied ti nipoihifj- of (ho Doll p. T. ^ Thur.sdny. Among the visitors to Memphis last week from Manila were: .Mr, and Mrs. L. E. Mobley, Mr.s. 0; 11 A.shabranner, Mrs. Melvln Downing, Mrs. Robert Italian, Mr.s. Louis Townsimd. Mrs. H. M. Pipe- man. Mrs. K. c. l-HoHiutn', Mr.s. O. .$. Adklnson, Mrs. H. J. Mc:Kinnon. Mrs. E. A. Brooks, wJio has been visiting her daughter, Mrs. O. S. Adklnson for tin 1 several day.s. has returned to lu-r home In Oklahoma City, Okla. Mrs. Ida Ashabranncr, Mrs. Cora l>n!ton, Mir.s, liarney /ij.irolkeld, Miss Barbara Gay Ashabranneraiul Itoy Ashabrunno' vlslti'id jvlalh'i's in Marble Hill, Mo., the lirsi u f this week. Mrs. A. C. l.uwhorn n-turned f» ht>r home this wook :iilcr :i visit with her son, W. A. Uwhorn, anil Mr.s. L.iiwhorn In Manila. IJcr hoinr- is in Ostreola, i Mr. uiKl Mrs. W. h. Thompson [ had a.s their ytu\sts this week MV. and Mrs. Maxwell .Swinger of Clary, lad.. Mr.s. Myrtle Swinger. Mr, and Mr.s. Hubert Swinger, Mr. and Mrs. Kverett .Swinger, all of Uexier, Mo. FASTItP ~PEM[TRO for colds'miseries <M!ii formula hriiiKsyinidou- lilt! help, double (jiiirlc. Acts l\vo ways lit oiico, insiilo nnd ouLsiile Insido, mcdie.-ited vnpors break up mu- couscongest ion in brenlli pnwajjes.0ul- BtilH, steps up loonl ch-culution in congested nroas. 1'or gro\vu-ups or diildnMi iiuscrablo with sneczy stuffinuss— cough-torturctl, nt-hoy chest mu-sclc-s— rub chest, throat mid hm-k with I'enctri) Hicli in comfortingmwlic-ation, il.ili.s.-ip- penrs as it goes Into ckin gently as u vanishing creiim. For tonight you cun S'iv Superbly Keyed to Foil Cos!um«t •j*-''*'' V ' r '^'' •<••'"' ^f^&aA t :?* i *ty, "TV.. * » f**M f "X "*S\ ' ,, „ ^ >*».„ ~ _ .,.^:;^~^'\ '. '• '' ^ Ready for You IHother Qoose Colors 79c to $1.59 QiM^n of Hearts &* (•oloninl Danu.' ' J •" For "ton si", in -fine-quality , M odciniis we r o e o m in t* n d ^j; Holtproof-sheerer in texture •" and clearer in color. , . be-/' c cause of lloleproot's new nnfi_. t reclusive Beauty Lock pro- » f< v cess. See Holeproof's fash-' ion-upproved colors for Pall.. 17 lodny. ' ..,.1 ~ ^m . uiit i euetro miy, l!5c, iloul ilo supp y^'-Mtf. , '- -> A \ \^ ii n\ t • '»3ij % . if r "','-f y ' -^ ~^-~~- ' v'/• «? ^fl^Ktfk:^.^ 'W*^"!, 7 Diamonds S 19.75 White or 8 o 1 d mountings. ^ibert, l . k. w suog» ^ s^sjS- ««<necVA*- _i c r 10"^' • 5 V . f\e»» c *- SHE1LJ«ST LOVE YOU IF IT'S JEWELRY FROU PAT r CAMELS • For those who prefer cigarettes, give Camels and you can be sure your gift will be appreciated. For more smokers prefer slower-burning Camels than any other cigarette. They are the cigarette of costlier tobaccos that gives more pleasure in every puff. Your dealer is featuring Camels for Christmas in your choice of the two handsome packages shown above. Easy to get-perfect to receive. Yes, there's nothing like Camels to say: "Happy holidays and happy smoking." PRINCE ALBERT • No problem about those pipe-smokers on your gift list! You just can't miss when you give them a big, long-lasting one-pound tin of the world's most popular smoking tobacco —Prince Albert! (Or a one-pound real glass humidor.) Pipe-smokers call Prince Albert the National Joy Smoke. They say: "There's no other tobacco like it!" Your local dealer has Prince Albert's Christmas-wrapped "specials" on display now! Get your Prince Albert gifts tot/ay! B. J. BerBoldaTobtceoCoruDuu. Wicston-Salrai, North Cuoilo* Silver Service $9.50 USE YOUR CREDIT CJold Cross $5.95 IO-K gold-filled t;ros.s and chain. Always welcomed. Hirf hstont; $12.75 Man's Blrthstoiu- Ring in 10-ltgold niountinv. See it! (i Diamonds B e u u t i f vt 11 y matched .set! Silver Dish S--I.95 Covered cli.sli for tlu'! in Man lei Mantel Clock SI 7.50 C h i m c s every H>'l-honr. Inlaid wu!nut front panel! Dresser Set $-1.95 :f i;t:s. Choice of colors, patterns. Lock el S5.50 JO-K gold-filled cnse and oh a i n. Modem design; Diamonds Beautiful setting! In white or yeN low gold. (Enlarged foi detail) 8 Compote $4.95 Attractive piece for the woman on vour <?ift list! Silver Dish S3.75 Large, silver- plate. A wonderful gift! Pen & Pencil S3.50 . Matched set. inn gift box! Choice of new colors. Man's Sisfnel S11.50 H e a v y g o 1 d mounting; Large initial on black base! H Diamonds 3,19.50 Whlte^ or yellow yolcl. 1 Man's Ensemble S6.95 Compacts $1.95 Choice, new styles! Salt & Pepper ,'joth.silver-plated! $4.95 Coffee Service SI 2.95 Complete serving jieces' OPEN EVERY NIGHT UNTIL CHRISTMAS! PAT O'BRYANT JEWELER CORNER MAIN AN D SECOND STREETS

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