The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 7, 1941 · Page 2
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PAGErTWO COURIER . A I Social Calendar * -WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. W. J; Wunderlich entertain--' Inft-Wednesday Bridge club. JimSor-Senior -Parent Teacher association/meeting" 3:00 'o'clock at school preceded by executive board meeting, 2:30 o'clock. /Mrs> J. C. Eilis entertaining Town and Country club at Hotel Noble. r>jlca Contract club meeting with Mrs. W. D. McClurkin. - Mrs. Otto , Scrape having" ADC Bridge club. .Parent Teacher Association of Sudbury\ school meeting 3:00' o'clock preceded by executive board meeting 2:30 o'clock at school. feiscernood of Temple Israel meeting 8:00 o'clock &t Rustic Inn. Mrs. Charles S, Lemons enter- tain-ng Chapter D of the P. E. O. Sisterhood, l:CO o'clock", Hotel Noble. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Mose Sliman, of Luxora, entertaining Prosperity club, 2:30 o'clock. ^ Mrs. G.£. Barnes and Mrs. Edith McCool entertaining Elliott Fletcher chapier, Unit*!, Daughters of the Confederacy, 2:30 o'clock, at' Barnes home. 'Miss Frances Holland having; Cee-Que Bridie club. Thursday- Bridge club meeting with Mrs. T J. J. Cookston. . Mrs: ^Theodore Logan entertaining Double-Four Bridge club. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Woman's t club .having luncheon, 1:00 o'clock, at club house. v Mrs. Paul Byrura entertaining a'B.»C/clutt. Mrs. Gorbnwy Poetz entertaining Friday. Contract, club. Chapter D of Jhe'P/k O. Sis- terfiocd having annual B. I. L. party, ?:GO o'clock, - at home of jVfr. and Mrs.* J. A. Leech. 'SATURDAY'S EVENTS American Association of University Women meeting 12:30 o'clock, Hotel Noble. Five Generations Biu of Newt Mosdy Personals TUESDAY, JANUARY ',7," ".1941 Salary Does Not Always Show 4 Box-Office Value Of Stan Five generations attended a family reunion recently at ihe of Mrs. Ed Marcum. They were: bottom row, Mrs. Marcum, Dannj' Young-, of Tyronza, George Kennedy; top row, Mrs. Vert Young rincl Raymond Young:, of Tyronza. ' - Mfes Borum Gives _ A Party, for Bride-Elect Another in the series of parties honoring Miss Sara Jo Little, bride- elect,, was given Monday night by Miss Mary Elizabeth 1 Borum', who entertained i$ guests for bridge at her home. Miss Little has ben complimented at numerous-parties prior to her maniage to Kavanaugh Francis to be' solemnized Thursday afternoon afe First^ Methodist Church. The" L hostess had arranged a bouquet of pinta carnations in the living, room and a poinsetti'a on the center'of the dining table., Tallies and ' the dessert course were in the brfdal motif. Figures of a bride and bridegroom, decorated tfie tallies while ice cream was seived with: cccoamit cake, was" a wedaing. bell mol'd. High score prize went to Miss Mildred Lou Hubbard, and Mrs. K. H. FranciS of Tuscaloosa, Ala., mother of the bridegroom-to-oe. received th£ cut pri/e. The guest of honor Was also presented a gift by" her hostess. ffcnors Recent Bride Miss Ath-anel Whitworth and Moss Eutopla Whitworth entertained wicn a dinner party Saturday night at their home in honor of' Mrs. • dint Caidviell Jr.. recent bride. Mrs. Caldwell, the former Miss Marilyn Burnetts, left, Sunday mo-nin«r to. join-Mr. Caldwell in Jpnesboro. ^ • -A' jeauw and Vv'hite color 'scheme ^.carried out in the party decorations. A bowl j)f mixed flowers lighted by yellow tapers was arranged in tha center of the dining babie at which the three course qmna^was served. .Following dinner, the sis guests played Canadian rummy. The nose-esses presented '-Mrs/ baldwell . • a. gift.' Guild to .Members of the. Wesleyan Guild Mrs. R. C. Rose spoke on "China Through The Centuries" and Mrs, E. M. Terry, "The World's Need of China." Mrs. McHaney presided over .the I brief business session which was r followed by a social hour. The • hostess served a dessert plate with coffee. .! Appoints Committees Mrs. B. -A. Lynch, president -of Woman's Society of, Christian Service, First Methodist church, announced her committee appointments in the first business meeting of. the. new year,Monday .•afternoon .at the church. After Mrs. O. N. Hawkins gave the devotional, the society voted to accept the budget as presented by the finance committee for new year and decided to have the Bible study on the fourth Monday of the month instead of at the circle meetings. . The meeting..Monday will be at 2:30 o.'.cloclv-at the church. Officers of thepocletf will be . hostesses-^or the social hour. ;•'.".. Committee appointments were as follows: program — Mrs. John P. Remmiller. Mrs. M. O. Usrey/Mrs. Paul P ryo:; Parsoria ge—-Mrs. Ma x B. £eid, Mrs. . Farns'worfch Black. Mrs. .Fred Warren; "dsvbticnal— Mrs Sfljlfp.. Rubier; visiting—Mrs. M. G. Goodman and a member of each . circle ' to be elected; membership—Mrs. W. M. Taylor and a member of each circle' to be elected. . . Status of women—Mrs. W. T. Obprst, Mrs. James Hill Jr.; fellowship—Mrs. Harvey Morris. Mrs. A. G>. Hudson, Mrs. S. K. Garrett, Mrs. :P. E, Copley, Mrs. E. D. Ferguson; | kitchen — Mrs. Henry Humphrey, Mrs. Marcus Evrard. Mrs. John Featherston; organ—Mrs. Riley B. J.cnes, Mrs. Max B. Reid and 'Mrs. j-A. O. Hudson; finance — Mrs i Charles L. Wylie. Mrs. Fred War- |.ren, Mrs. E. A. Lynch, Mrs. W. J. Pollard, and chairmen of the circles. • Circle chairmen for the year are- Circle One, Mrs. W. F. Brewer; 'Circle Two. Mrs. H. P. Jobe; Ct'r- :cle Three, Mrs. V. G. Holland; Cir- j.ale Four. Mrs. W. C. Higgirison; S Circle Five. Mrs. W, L. HOrner ; Circle Six. Mrs. Ralph Berryman.' * » * Fleet Neu- Secretary Mrs. Theodore Logan was elected recording secret?.ly of the Woman's Missionary Union, First Baptist church Jn the initial tuisness First Christian Church Officers Are Elected Mrs. L. M. Burnettc: is able to be up after having been injured .n a fall about a month ago. Ann Vollmer, of Memphis, re> urned home Sunday after having :pent several days here with her =Gii8lii, donna Wunderlich, and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. V/undeVh'ch. Ernest Halsell, who has been i quite ill,at Walls Hospital,- 14 now much better. Miss Letitia Neal, who is Dl of pneumonia at Blytheville Hospital, is much improved and it is expected that she will be rem'oved fli om the : hospital in a few days.' MUss' Martha Ann Lynch left Sunday for the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville where she is a student. She had -spent the ^ By PAUL HARRISON v.j NEA Service Staff Correspondent HOLLYWOOD, Jan. 'I—It's a funny thing about the inconsistency 6f movie salaries. Only I don't mean .funny, exactly', except in a few ridiculous cases such as actresses who "don't act; producers who don't produce; and a certain dull-witted relative who until fairly recently drew $500 a week for the single duty of telephoning the weather bureau each after- rif-on. /: ;.;• Samuel Goldwyn used to ruin the schemes of producer groups to reduce players' wages all along the line. He would do this through raids on other companies' contrast lists, justifying his 'bis payments by declaring that- s'tars' salaries 'Automatically and inevitably would rise in proportion ,fo their box office appeal: fcONOSES— BUT NO INCREASE .That's s'tii'j true, generally, even in this day of almost unbreakable contracts'. Yet the contract; is an instrument of a lot of odd shenanigans; I could name you an able and pooular actor of five George , W. Barham. was reflected'-"chairman of the Board of First Christian church in a meeting Monday -night at his home. Other officers chosen were: M. T. Moon, vice chairman;. Russell Bar- ( ham, secretary; E. M. Terry, treas- j urer; Russell Barham, siiperin- tenderit of the Sunday school; W. O. Geurin and Nathan Carle, assistant Sunday school superintendents. ...... At a congregational meeting Sunday, all members of the board were re-elected with the addition of W. T. Barnett, J. D. Smith and Mr. Carle. ' . The business session closed with reports revealing 1940 as . one of the best years .the church has had. Mrs. Barham and Mrs. George W. Patterson served doughnuts and coffee during the social hour which followed. • . . TV? i\eWS esses; for the affair. .. for- , Out of -Town Guests The meeting was opened \vUh the repeating of the new' ;vatch\v6rd .'That Thy Way May Be Known ft guests for a dinner partv Saturday night in the U Of.:.the-' HOlCl Nor .'Mrs. Hattie Recce, who"*gav e the devotional on "Prayer;' based -her Children Visit Davis Family A reunion was held in the horn? of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Davis last week: when several children visited them for n few days, including Kay and Thomye Davis and Mrs. Cal Miller, all of .Vtemphh, and' Leah Davis of Senntobia, Miss. Ivlrs. E. M. McDonald has left for Saraspta, Fla,. for several weeks'" vacation. Mr. and Mrs. A, j. Hill and 'sons, Harold and Clarence. arc'l;l with influenza. Waitus. Tsmp- and L. C. Garrison a're visitins' relatives- at Mvrtle, Miss. '"•''• Mr. and Mrs. Jess'c>'\Valket\ilave returned home after spending" 1 the j past week with relatives nt Parkin Ark. ' • ' . Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Powell will move to Dell this week. • ; Mr. and Mrs. Evan Cal vert'.will foer-ome (residents of BlythevdUe next week. Mr. Calvert has' ,beeh in Blytheviile part of this week. • Mr. and Mrs. GecVgc Stanford was the guest, of their daughter, Mrs. Willie Howard, in- Luxora Thursday. . ', ; • D. R. Wertz of Oscf cla was a business visitor here Monday. | Red Cross fi I From St, Louis Is Here Mrs. Elma Boone of ihe St. Lcuis office of the American Red Cross, canie Monday and is spending: today in the city. She is here at- assist - m the re• organizing of the chapter and to make plans for the coming year. Read Courier News wanr HO.S Mrs. Claud P. Scoggin Jr., of Memphis, is 'spending this' week here with her mother, Mrs. Louise Stracke. '. Jcnn C. Mclianey underwent an operation at-Walls Hospital this morning. ' W. D. McClurkin is ill fit ; his hoirie, 1121 ^yest -hearn street. Mrs. Han-y Kirby is able to be out following an operation, performed at Memphis Baptist Hospital a week ngb Monday. Mr. and .Mrs.' John Williamr, and son have gone to Memphis to make their home. Mr. Williams is to be connected with an electrical /appliance agency' there. Miss Lois Aiken left this morh- ing. for Enid, .Oklti-.,. where she is a student at Southwestern Bible- college. She had been spending the holidays here with her mother, Mrs. O. H. Aiken. J. C. Ellis Jr., who spent the Christmas holidays here with his parents, Mr. - and Mrs. J. C. Ellis :Sr. r has returntd to Gulfcoast-Mil- itary'.'Academy, at 1 Gulfpdrt, Miss'. A schoolmate. J. E. Davis, of Gulfport, returned ,with 4 him", having come up. Thursday to" be-the guest of the Ellis family. H. C. .Blankenship is resting very well at Memphis' Baptist Hospital, after having undergone a spinal operation Monday". Mrs. 'John T.y-. rone, and son, Jimmy, of Le'banon,- -Te'nn.,- ,who' are Visiting here, have, returned .'from Memphis "where' they went with Mr. and Mrs. BlRiikehship/Mrs. Blankenship re-" mained in Memphis with him. Rush Hollipeter has ,bsen ?id- mitted to BIytheyille Hospital "for treatment. , Joe Bauer J"r.. of Detroit, Mich.,' came". Pj'iday.. to .spend two weeks with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Joe .Bauer. Miss Elizabeth McHefny is recovering, from a-n illness of influenza. ..Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wright- left today for Battle Creek, Mbh., where they are to reside. Mr, WrishtiJs to be connected with an automobile agency a* a salesman. Mrs. Ralph Robinson, of Wilson. is to come today to be with' her sister. Mrs. Tom Phillips, who is receiving treatment at Walls Hospital.-She will sp,°nd a few days with the Phillips family. Norwood Hedge is recovering from an illness of influenza. is v a niece- ot,,Mrs. Easley Mr! and Mrs. .-Alien have re-i - Carpenfpr and ".- Smart Jr. ot the Lnd Council Masons Me st Tonight There w^ll be a meeting of the Royal Arch Masons Tuesday night ;at 7:30 o'clock at the Hail, according to announcement made today. The Masons will meet for degree work. At The Hospitals Walls Hospital John McHaney. city, admitted. Glenn Edward Smith. Leachville, admitted. ' Roxie Barker. Manila, dismissed. Naomi Houchins, city, dismissed. Mrs. M. F. Dnimmond, city, dismissed; Mrs. Wade Channel), Holland. dismissed. BlytljeviUe Hospital W. W. Adams, city, admitted. Mrs. J. B. Finklea, city, dismissed. , /-V.U- ti •: .. v •• .* .-~v-..*.... v A H,M ft uunaKercniPi < ^^^.wch/^oMay .««,, i Ncw m S; r; ; iy 'Chyrch for AH •s- the devoUonfi] Mrsl Barliam read iftp word-- ..._ hymn, "This. Is .My-Tather's World', .^hich-Wag followed with group *ingi«& and prayer "led by Mrs. t J, C*6il IK)W«; Mrs- I'- t. k am 1 , r - " - r ° r as is !hr monthly group. ^^5"c oorvnd bv -s of Mic commit^ in charge. James Bniton and Mrs. jack Watch For Our JANUARY CLEARANCE A L E! NO MKRCH.ANDKSB. WlLi; HK C A R K 1 K !> r^Sn, ,>5 VKRV GARMENT MUST GO RE- GARDLKSS OF COST OR LOSS. *.7H t «L J nv'I ^^ c > .^ s - "-»' ^- .*TimWe..- af W»td mdthe^criptUre from Isaiah iMackcv oiTercd nravr,- and' rf Roman|; "Unity of.dhrfetio.n- Mrs.'Wri' : P '"'• l £'<>* talk,-was given-by Mrs "-"' - & Barftam. -who closed ilierj period FtaH^ ^ J f ht< ^' ho Icfl (Q ' J *y ^r ^1^- mch - to ^,ici P ; was ? s Fashion , rectton of. Mr,. Jolm 'C! ing for approximately three times a truck driver's pay. He ought to be getting nbout $1500 a week by ordinary Hollywood standards, and it's true the studio occasionally gives him handsome bonuses But the? company will not raise his contract-wage. So he has to be a very £,cod little boy to get his bonuses, working all the time and taking any roles the studio hands him. Take Mickey Rooney. There's a lad who's beginning to get up ir the dough. But he's still a long way from a salary commensurate '•vitb his box office popularity. The Motion Picture Herald's annual poll of - exhibitors shows Rooncy topping everybody else in Hollywood, arid-by a considerable margin, too. But his- regular salary is only $1000 a- week for 40 weeks, with a tidy bonus of $25,000 for each picture' he completes. If he .were to carry on through the seven years of the agreement, his weekly *age would be $3000 at the last. - From the beginning, Rooney probably will make four pictures a year and will collect a total of $15G ? GOO, But that isn't so ' much for the Box Office Champion when you consider Bing Crosby—No. 7 on the popularity list^-just signed a new deal with Paramount which will pay him about $700,000 for four pictures a year. Deanna pur- bin gets about $260,000 and earns every dime of it. Ginger Rogers, whose RKO contract expires May' 1, is demanding a hew deal at $150,000 a picture and 'only two of ihem a year. WHAT'S ANN SHERIDAN WORTH? Now, if Ginger Rogers and Carole Lombard can get $150,000 a •Jicker, or about $10,000 a week while working, how mush would you say Ann Sheridan Ls worths In the Motion Picture Herald poll, Miss Sheridan was only one ^ace behind Miss Rogers as a box office a'ttraL'tion. and 18 places ahead of Miss Lombard. But Ann Sheridan's salary is $600 a week. It- would be, at least, if she were not- still on suspension with no salary at all. Several weeks ago, exhausted by a ;su2- cession of pictures which followed each other so closely that sometimes she didn't have Lime to read the new script- to get an idea of the role, Oomphy Annie went home and sent worjg to the Brothers Warner that*" she would be "leased to resume her toil "^'ler 3 new contraci calling for $2000 a. week. Or less, if they'd let her make one picture a year at an- other studio. A acre nave been, numerous conferences between studio executives ana Miss Sheridan's agent The company has offered a $250 we«kly "bonus," which could be stopped at any time. It also "has mentioned $1000 as a possible salary. But Annie isn't interested. She's wondering if' i't wouldn't be fun to go oa'cic to Texas and teach school. County Farm Bureau To Meet Wednesday Night "To get. better acquainted" \ s the theme of the informal meeting of Mississippi County Farm Bureau' planned for Wednesday' night in Osceola. • The supper affair will have no speaking- with the "feed" to begin at 6:30 o'clock at the'community" House. . . . - • • "•,, F.E. Tompkins of Osceola, pres ident,- will preside. . >. : * , Superstition prompts maidens to- throw a kiss to the moon to insure them a lucky engagement.- . - . . ' BABY'S to relieve without "dosing" Rub throat, chest" and baclc with , . . USED BY 3 OUT OF 5 MOTHERS R SALE OF INNERSPRING and FELT- EASE SALE PRICES GOOD 10 DAYS ONLY! ODS Mattress Bargain! A real innerspring mat- <ress .. , . and com for! ... oh boy. just try one. Now's the lime to buy. too, while this sale lasts. He snre to scfect your mattress before our stock- ib' gone. i This Mattress Regularly Sells At — Your Old Mattress Trade-In Value Equals Sale Price, Payable j *j $24.83 $ 5.00 ONLY $1 PER WEEK 1 95 •vv WE HAVE BUT A FEW, SO HURRY1TO WADE'S T^T-IT rp r> IT ini I: ELI-B AS Lx 25 Different Patterns To Choose From Per Square Yard 112 W. Main urniture Co. Phone1SB

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