The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 2, 1941 · Page 3
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, January 2, 1941
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THURSDAY, JANUARY 2, 19-11 (ARK.) COURIER NRWS f Calendar FRIDAY'S EVENTS Mr.s. Bob Cope! and enter Lain ing C. Q. C. Bridge club., Mrs. Charles G. Morehend and Miss Nancy Kirshiier oruertahiing at, Kirshner homfi for Miss Sara .Jo Liitle. Executive board, Woman's Missionary Union, First Baptist, church, meeting 2:30 .o'clock with Mrs. KvereU Renegear. Mr.s. A. M. R. Branson and Mrs. W. T. Oberst entertaining Woman's Bible class, First Methodist complimenting Miss Mildred Moore Friday afternoon ai the Harham home. Miss Moore is to bei'omo the bride of LI. John Ben Bumar of Tusealoosa, Ala., in tlie immediate future. The tr-a \vill bo from four until j -six o'clock. Caruthersville Society—Personal The meeting-of the Dorcas Sun- Mrs. w. L. Cantrell is confined to her homo with influenza. 'Church, home?. 7:30 o'clock ;U Obersi Miss Moore Honored At Lingerie Shower Miss Mildred Moore, whose engagement to Lt. John Ben Bomar of Tiiscaloosa, Ala., was announced Wednesday, was guest of honor at ai lingerie shower given Wednesday night at the home of Mrs. J. Parris MoCalla. Sixteen guests including Mrs. James Hunt of Manila and Miss Patty Shane of Washington, D. C.. day school class of First Baptist! Mr - and Mrs - T - P- McCloskey church scheduled for Friday after- 1 aml - son - R °i'- ° r Braggadocio left noon • at the home of Airs. T., R. | Tufsday for Tonkawo. Okht., to Shepherd has been postponed be- i v ~ sil re'nt'ives. They aro expected cause of illness in the Shepherd ' home this weekend, family, it \vtts announced today. Bits of News Mostly Personals W. i,. Cftiurell is ill of influen^i. Judge E. C. Jipear and Tom Long, of Braggadocio, \wi-o- her;on business Tuesday. Miss Catherine Tatum returned here Monday al'lfcr hnving .spent a few day.s in Keimett with hf-r parents. The Peek Auditing Company Mrs. Fi'ed Corkran and son, Van Frederick, houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Monday of Hot Springs, came rlu for a visit with Mrs. Shane, were present for the party. The mantel was lighted by white tapers which flanked a bridal scene and sweet peas and narcissuses were arranged about the house. In keeping with the pink and white scheme was the dessert course of ice cream and cake. The individual cakes were pink embossed in white with "M. M. and J. B." Miss Frances Little was presented high score prize and Miss Sara Jo Little, second, in the bridge games. In presenting the prizes, the hostess also gave a gift of silver to the guest of honor before she opened her lingerie gifts. LOCALS— Mrs. J. L-. Van Hooser and' daughter. Delma Armenia. of Smithville, Tenn., have returned to their home after a two weeks' visit with Mrs. Van Hooser's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Neai. She \vas called home because of the illness of her father and remained for the holidays. Dr. Van Hooser spent the weekend after having motored over to accompany his family on trie return trip.' The Rev. and Mrs. W. F. Cooley and children, David and Carol, returned to Eentonville Monday after having spent the holidays here with Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Cooley and Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Moon. Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Oxman have returned to Roselle. N. J.. after spending the holidays here with Mrsv- Oxman's parents, Mr. and Mrsi-^G. H.-XJreaiv-'and family. . Dr/1 Hunter C. Sims, who became Cork run's father, J. W. Syke.s. and family. Miss Ruth Eickmeicr of Elpin. 11!.. will leave Saturday night after e' !-'p°nt the holidays here with Miss -lunnir.'c Walpole. Mr.s. C. V .Sebnttgh was removed io her home Loclav after having re- '•oived treatment at Blytheville Hospital. Mrs. James Barksdale and infant son were removed to their home. H8 West Kentucky avenue, from Walls Hospital today. .moved this week to their new location in the 400 block on Walker avenue. Their new building was •ecemly completed. Mr. and Airs. Clark Moore no ompanied by her father. Tate McCue.-left Monday for their home at Columbia after spending several day.s visiting relatives. B. Ownby, Prankie Pierce, Roy Robertson and Tom Stanley, who are stationed ai Chanute Field, are j visiting their parents and other relatives and friends until Friday. Jamas Lewis LaForge. son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis LaForge, who is stationed at Chanute Field is spending this week with his par- Leave Here Soon For IT o n o 1 n 1 n ill Monday, is confined to home because of influenza. his After a few more days of visiting friends and relatives in Blytheville. Mr. and Mr.s. Chester Rig- ems will leave for Hawaii where he is to resume his duties with the Pacific fleet of the United States navv now stationed at Honolulu. Mrs. Riereins. the former Mis? Pnuline Russell who has been visit me: her parents. Mr. and Mrs Kenry Russell here:, will accom- o'anv her husband to San Dieeo Calif., where she will remain for six wpks before goine on to Honolulu. Mr. Rig<rins. who also lived in .Blytheville fora brief time some years ago. recently joined his wife -here for the Christmas holidays after 1 flyine back to the United States from Hawaii aboard one^of the navy's big new bombers. brother. Bobby Randolph, have been confined to their home for Ihe past week ,\viLh infi»(?ny.n. Mrs. Glen Daulton ivturnori home Monday night from Nashvlllo. Tenn.. where she had visiU'd with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. I- 1 . 'Mitchell for two weeks. Mrs. Floyd Patterson and dau'Ah- tor, Betty Jo. Ic-ft Monday 'for Mariannn. accompanied by Mrs. John Caddy, hor mother, and Miss Dorothy Ann Newsom, hor niece. Mrs, E. 8. Huffman and dauuh- ter Betty and Misses Nini Ridgley and imoafMw Lutcn spent Tuesday in Memphis. Charles David Ridley and Earl Tinsley left Monday for No-.v Orleans where they attcndr-d ' the Suffur Bowl game. Mr.s. C-us McAllister Jr.. of M,il- waukoe, Wi.s.. arrived horc Tuesday to visit J'or a few duvs will her husband's parents. Mr. am Mr.s. Gas McAllister ,Sr. Mrs.'McAllister cumc ht-rc' from Barlow, Ky., when- .she hud boon visiting her pan-nls, Mr. and Mrs. Frwl Crisc. Miss Oharlotti! Kav Milter ro- itinp; new curtains school inu for ll u? and "Block Printing for ohigo Tho .students made ikcMchos of the various- sU-p.s 'in ho project, and sketches judged the lxv;t appejjj:._wlth the article turned Monthly after in a week's Columbia visit with relatives and St. Louis. James W. Tiptcm ITT, .small son of Mr. iind Mrs, J. W. Tipton Jr.. b« r -n W. j. Peck has been 'ill for Ihe past several days of influenza. Marion Mflmtf of Ft. Jackson. | S. C.. left Monday aClcr spending a few clays here with his sistor, Mrs. John Sawyer Jr., and family. ?nts and other relatives. J A. P. Kersev Jr. and R. B. Cvii- Guy Motley, acting president of j- vcr Jr - 1°^ Monday morning for Lindenwood College. St. Charles. Los Angeles. Calif., for an c.\'- it-u red in C'mphis Contort MEMPHIS. T,.,UI. ( Jan. 1>. — A il (wnl. roitwuimliiio intrrost h a wide uiv:i win be tho debut, concert ivciin) m Memphis »'V Ktht'l Tnvlor ai, Uu> Cioodwyn Institute, Monday ni^hl, Al- thcui'.h Miss Taylor's voice is no svnmuev to music lovers ol' this section. bwwsr of hn appearances with; Memphis Open Air Tht 1 - oier. tlu' n-eihil .scheduled ior m'xl. week will mark her lir:;l ap.nenranc«» beloro her honu> (.own audit-art, in Ihe roh' of concert, artist. There is nlways (he pos.sibility that Miss Taylor's atulience--. may bu he ; u'lny u future Metropolitan Opera Company star. Only t.wo weeks HKO, her voiin; w:\:; heard us o semi-llnalist in the Metropolitan auditions of ihr air program ovt;r Din radio, but lite msuli. of the competition will imi be known for sonif weeks yet, KtlH'l Taylor i.s bcinn pre.scntiKl by UK- Beethoven Club in an o.xlru cotK-ert.. 1'opular prices; will be charged, wilh mail orders bein^ handled at the Beethoven Chib., ^17 North Waldrati. ami Florshdm's. Main iancl Union. Mo., and the brother of Mrs. Earl Long Sr.. left Monday after a week's visit with his sister. Manuel Hoffman, son of Dr. and Mrs. H. M. Hoffman, will return Saturday to Castle Heights Military Academy at Lebanon, Tenn. Miss Merdell Bamett. home demonstration agent, has been confined to her home with influenza for several days. Eli Lockard and Daulton Teroy have recovered from an illness o*f tended stay. Jack Tipton is employed with the Ward Loan Comoauy. vcoluc- ine- Charles Essar.v. who "will lenve with the National Guard shortly. Scout News Boys Girls Troop :{(J Mot'Is Members of Troop 3G met Titcs- in Miss Christine Camntcm . and Carl Hill scent Wednesdny in Portageville with Miss Darlcne Ruddle. Dr. and Mrs. P. j. Aquino and the Rev. and Mrs.'Wayne vv. Gray left Monday morning for New Orleans to attend the Sugar Bowl Canithersville Teacher Writes Magazine Article __ i CARUTHERSVILLK. Mo.. Jan. 2 —The January,- 1941, Issue of "School Arts." a magazine of notional following and importance Wright, who was present in place of the official scoutmaster,. Harmnn Taylor. The meeting was opened with j the repeating of the .scout oath and line pledge of allegiance to the Flag. Patrols were dismissed to patrol meeting. Acrobatic tricks were presented by. Jack Wagon, Cecil Hansons, Carl Glasscock and Earl Wnlkor. Later games were played. In Honolulu. Mrs. Rige:ins will be • one of several thousand other Miss Patty Shane left today for , iveR Qf n men whfl Washington, D. C., where she is i employed as an occupational coder. She had spent the holidays here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Shane. Her mother. Mrs. aifj[. O. Usrey and Mrs. J. Louis Cheery motored her to Memphis. Mrs. John P. Reimniller is able to be out after having been ill of influenza. Mr. Reimniller. who became ill Monday, is yet confined to his bed. Mr. and Mrs. John Ed James have returned from Jonesboro where they spent the holidays with relatives. Joe Evrard returned Wednesday night from had visited Paragould where he friends since Friday. He was motored home by Miss Sara Atkins, Miss Patsy Stigler. Bobby Gardner and Jack Gardner. all of Paragould, and Miss Jean Stigler, of Jonesboro. They were the guests of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Evrard for dinner. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Cunningham had. as their dinner guests Tuesday,: Mrs. J. R. Crenshaw of Trenton, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Cooper. Mr. and Mrs. George Irvin Cooper and Mr. and Mrs James Cooper, of Humblodt. Tenn. Mrs. Crenshaw is the mother and Mr.s. J. B. Cooper, the sister of Mr.s. Cunningham. Mrs. Margaret Flanagan is able to be out now after having been confined to her home since Christmas because of illness. * * * Open House Given For Mr. and Mrs. Ileichel Mrs. F. G. neichel entertained 40 guests with an "open house" Wednesday afternoon in compliment to her son. Maurice Reichei. and Mrs. Reichei of Tuscaloosa, Ala. Mr. Reichei, who is a student at the University of Alabama at Tuscaloosa, and Mrs. Reichei have spent the Christmas holidays here. They were motored to Memphis this morning by his mother and will return to Tiiscaloosa from there. The refreshment table was arranged with lighted, tapers and cedar bells. Red roses and other holiday ' decorations made a festive setting for the patry. Assisting the hostess in entertaining her guests was her daughter. Miss Mary Reichei. 4 * * Daughter Born A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. George Ingram Friday at the family home, 347 Division street. The baby weighed 10 pounds, has been named Joyce Rose. The in- grams also hve a son, Stanley, age seven, * » « To Have Tea For Bride- Elect Mrs. George W. Barham, Mrs. E. L. Hale and Mrs. Fred Easley will entertain with a shower tea men whfl are tPblishjnR temporary homes there. Most of them, like Mrs. Riggins. •ire with their husbands for the first time in months. > • •A nnvv man for the past seven vears. Mr. Rigains regards this b v anch of t.he service, one of opportunity for young' men. He was one of 500 men selected for special intelligence work in the navy because of his outstanding record. While there is little that can be Disclosed fbout, the activities of the fleet, the former local man has had some "interesting experiences" and is of the opinion that the navy can handle any situation in the Far East. Pemiscot County Students Are Officers Of New Club CARUTHERSVILLE. Mo.. Jan. 2 —Two Pemiscot County students at the Missouri University were named officers of the newly organized "Southeast Missouri Delta Club." formed at the university. They nve: Marian Rankin. Hayti. secretary, and Melvin KiiT- ley. Holland, reporter. Other officers mimed were: James K. Farvell. Hornersville. president, and Leonard Piermnn. New Madrid, vice president. There are 152 students in the iiew organization from seven southeast Missouri counties. Counties represented are Pemiscot, Dunklin. New Madrid. Scott. Mississippi. Butler and Stoddard. New Unaer-arm Cream Deodorant sa f e fy Stops Perspiration football game between Boston Col- among art instructors of schools lege and University of Tennessee. Dr. and Mr.s. C. O. DeHoff returned this week from Crawfordsville and Indianapolis.• Ind., where they "spent several days visiting his relatives. Miss Marjorie:,Jo Randolph and and colleges of the nation, rics an article by Mrs.'Irene Hazel, art supervisor of the Cnruthers- ville .schools. The article deals with u recent project conducted by a grade school .room art students in securin» and •2?^ TH£ FAMOUS 3 DROP WHY TO GIVE rOVK HEAD COLD THE AIR. NOSTRIL. e* r/|» USE 2 DROPS OF r \v^«T» ust •= UHUrs ur 0 \ ^ COOLING. SOOTHING NOSE PENETRO 1. Does not rot dresses, docs not irritate skin. 2. Nowaitingtodry.Canbcuscd right after shaving. 3. Instantly stops perspiration for 1 to 3 days. Removes odor from perspiration. 4. Apurc.white.grcaselcss.stain- less vanishing cream. 5. Arrid has been awarded the Approval Seal of che American Institute of Laundering for being harmless to fabrics. 25 MILLION jars of Arrid have been sold. Try a jar todaj' 1 ARRID Al •!! More* Celling toilet good* OF COATS AND DRESSES Safe Starts Friday, January 3rd $ 3.98 DRESSES >1.99 $ 6.50 DRESSES $ 3.25 *7.95 DRESSES $ 3.98 COASTS $24.50 Now $12.25 $19.75 Now $16.95 Now $8,48 $12.95 Now $6.48 $10.95 Now $5.48 AM, SUEDE SHOES In 2 groups $1.00 St.49 1 and 1 Ladies Pajamas Tuckstitch and BaJbriggan I Ladies' Silk- Housecoats One Lot Ladies Winter Coats PAGE THREE Qui Wlih The Old-Make Room For-The New NEW YORK STORE The We want no left overs. Ou(, they jro! All 1010 fall and winter coats •« smLs, drosses, millinery and accessories ma rkt'd down Car he|o w their real values Cos! Iras been ipore.l. We have just completed inventory and have taken our loss. Now every garment left over from the old year must clear out. STARTING FRIDAY, JANUARY 3rd Sport Coats Fur-Trimmed Coats Fur Coats Here Are Your Savings! Sl2.ftf COATS I- OK ONLY $1(1 .*)!> AND S10.!)5 COATS FOk ONLY, *2!).7r> COATS FOk ONLY SW.Tfi COATS FOR ONLY 855.00 COATS FOK ONLY $12.98 $16.98 $2500 $35.00 1 Mack Northern Seal Fitted Fur Coat SIX IS !2 RKCUILAK $70.00 VALUE.. 1 Mack Northern Seal Fur Coat, Rox Back SIZIC 11 UVULAR STtt.OO 'VALUE.. 1 Black Kine Huck Seal $39 Fitted Fur Coat SI r /E'l2 S98.00 VALUE.... One lot of skirts 21 and 2f> wails plaids and solid colors, all wool $109 COSTUME SUITS, Plain and Fur Trim By Franklin and Reich $19.75 "VALUES C19QC $22^95 $25.95 Sizes 12 to 20 only Some of these suits are suitable for early spring wear. No Exchanges, No Refunds at sale prices Alterations made at a small extra charge $20.75 VALUES FOR.... ,. SH5.00 & SM.75 VALUES FOR One Group Hats. Values Io $5.00 for only .... 99c Silk and Wool • Robes and Sets By Barbizon and Artemis $1.98 'S2.08 VALUES FOR $3.98 VALUES fcO AD FOR $L UO §5.00 AND 35.98 VALUES FOR SS.98 AND S7.9S VALUES FOR $3.98 $4.98 These prices for stock on hand and as long as they last. Good assortment of colors and sixes. No exchanges or refunds at sale prices. Sweaters and Blouses Reduced SI.00 values for.. 7J)c SI.98 values for S1.H9 $2.98 values for SI.98 S5.00 values for .§2.98 Wool, Silks, Cotton, Jerseys \ ' Junior sixes 1) to 17 Misses sixes 12 to 20 . Women's si/cs :{8 to 46. One ur<>»|) values to S7.J>5 Tor only ................ . , One 'group values to SI 2.95 for only ....... . ..... ..'... * The better dresses, values (1 «| AO to S22.«r> for only. $1£«7O They are all nutionally advertised makes, names that everyone knows: Franklin Mary Muff el Doris Dodyon JDNK.ARDEN. "Queen Make" Reich And other good ones. A rack of left over dresses, all colors and kinds. Some sold as hitfh as $l(i.95. Take them away for... Claussner Hosiery Sale for three days and sold by box of three pairs only $1.98 $2.39 $2.89 79c HOSE. THREE PAIR FOR SI. 00. HOSE. THREE PAIR FOR $1.15 HOSE. THREE PAIR FOR SI .35 HOSE. THREE PAIR FOR These prices are for Friday, Saturda}' and Monday only, Jan. 3rd, 4th & 6th. Cash only, no lay-aways. All new shades, every style Claussner makes, Regular and extra length. "Queen Make" &. Boulevard wash dresses, some slightly soiled. Sixes 12 to 50. Values to S3.9S for I Leather Hand Bags Black, Brown, Navy, & Red The Famous GMS. Make $1.00' BAGS. SI .98 RAGS. S2.98 BAGS. $5.00 BAGS $1.39 $198 $2.98 Buy for your own use and they will make a swell gift.. Knit suits and dresses. We are stuck with 'em. Do you want 'em? Values up to $16.95. Yours for only The new things are arriving daily. Just received new stock of Georgiana frocks, "Queen Make" wash dresses, new spring 1941 Franklin costume suits, and many other items of interest. You don't have to go to the city to see the new things, Blytheville gets ? em just as quickly. See them at The NEW YORK STORE

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