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PAGEJTWO BLYTHEVUJLE (ARK.) COURIEB NEWS. Steele-Cooter Society—-Personal Social Calendar 'EVENTS Central Parent Teacher Association meeting 8:00 p'clqc.k at school prided by executive board meeting 2:30 o'clock. Mrs. Cornelius Modinger entertaining Town and Country club. Mrs. Hiram Wylie having Delta Contract club at Rustic Inn. ADC Bridge club meeting with Mrs. B°n Hajpqle. Mrs. James H. BeU entertaining Wednesday Bridge club. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. G, • 8. Barnes, Mrs. Edith McCool and Mns. C. B. Wood of Luxora entertaining: SJlUott Fletcher chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy, 2:30 o'clock, at Mrs. George A. Hamilton entertaining Thursday Bridge club. •Thursday- Dessert club meeting with Mrs. Eugene Dickinson. Mrs. Edgar Bprurn having Thursday Contract club. Mrs, Harry W. Haines entertaining Mid-Week Bridge club. Rouble Pour Bridge club meeting with Mrs. Lafayette Mby, - Miss Patty June Davis entertain- ing.'Cee-Que'Bridge club at W. D. Chamblih home. * FRIDAY'S EVENTS •Mrs. Je-sse M. White entertaining Friday Contract Club. - Music department, Woman's club, meeting 2:30 o'clock, club house Mrs. Ross Moore entertaining C. B. C. club. Are;'New Members Mrs. Paul Byruni and Mrs. Guy Rodgers became new. members ol the'Woman's Society of Christian Service of the Lake Street Methodist church Monday afternoon when 20 members met at the church. Tlie program \y^s conducted by Mrs. George Crews who also reac the scripture. After a song, Mrs. George Disinger offered prayer. Mrs. Crews. M>as assisted in presenting her program', by Mrs. A. M Van Winkle and Mrs, Rogers. The subject was "Investing- Our Heritage For Health in the Unites: States''. Mrs. W. L. Green, offeree prayer. Mrs, Disiuger reported on the district missionary meeting^ at Jonesboro Thursday." " -•-'•-*• Visitors were Mrs. j; P. Stalcup Mrs.. D, A. Bickers.tafT, Mrs. Charles McDaniel SewalL and. the R,e\v E. .K. A salad plate, with 'iced drinks was served alter the, meeting. * ' . S&jdi&es: of tiic' '.". Woman's ^Missionary .Uiii.on ,'of First. BaRtist Church met in hornes of various members Monday afternoon to or- gapjge group§_ for the year. In addition, devotional periods were con- dUQted» lessons, from the yearbook taught and. social hours held/ Mrs. Walter Bishop was hostess to. 12, members of Circle One. The devotion^ w.as. .given from Psalms 67 after which Mrs. B.ishop taught the- lesson. Mrs. Hattie Reece and Mrs. Alfred Carpenter led in prayers. . • Nine members- of Circle Two met with Mrs. Robert Grimes. Business session as .conducted b Mrs, Circles Study Missions "Missions" was , th,e subject of the program presented at meetings of four circles of the Woman's Auxiliary of First Presbyterian Church Monday afternoon, and night. The devotional theme was "The Fruit of ihe Spirit is Faithfulness." Nine members of Circle One met at the home of Mrs. J. A. Saliba to hear Mrs. D. 1 C. McLean give the devotional and Mrs. William Young lead the program. Others, who assisted Mrs. Young were Mrs. W. A. Dobyns. Mrs. W. 1. Osborne, Mrs. H. C. Mimon and Mrs. Hettie Mead, Mrs. M. F. Day Is a new member of this circle Mrs. Georpc Muir wa.s hostess to 12 members cl Circle Two for! which Mrs. Gray gave the Bible- study, The program was presentee) by Mrs. Mattic Allen, leader, Mrs. Dixie Crawford, Mrs. James H. Bell and Mrs. Ray Worthington. Mrs. S. E, Vail, of Clinton, Mo., houseguest of Mrs. T. J. Marian, and Mrs. G. W. Dillarnuuy were Miss, Annabel Bryant, of the county health unit, "Local Health Conditions"; Mrs. L. E. Old Jr., "Public Health Service"; Mrs. Charles L, Wylie, "What Methodist Women Are Doing". The scripture from the ninth chapter of Matthew was read by Mrs. Reinmiller after which prayer was offered by Mrs. B. A. Lynch. Hostesses for the social hour which ' followed were: Mrs. Lynch, Mrs. W. J. Pollard, Mrs. F. E. Warren, Mrs. Reinmiller, Mrs. WyJie and Mrs, Old. * .* » Has Birthday Party Russell Phillips Jr. had a matinee party Saturday afternoon for a few of his friends in celebration of his ninth birthcjay. In the absence of his mother who i.s at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minn., lie was assisted by his aunt, Mrs. Charles Crigger Jr.. in entertaining; his guests. The pvoup saw W. C. Fields in '"The Bank Dick" al Ritz Theater, thru wont to the Phillips home guests of Mrs. T. K. Marian' in the | f 0 r ire cream and cake afternoon when she wa.s hostess to ten members. ?vlrs. Roy Walton Save the devotional and Mrs. J, E. Beasley. the program. At the meeting of the night circle at the home of Mrs. E, B. 1 Thomas, 15 "members and, one visitor, Mrs. Vail, were present. Mrs. Lucy Mc- Adarns was. co-hostess and shn also Assisted Mrs. Jesse M. White in presenting the program. To Sponsor Benefit Movie, Plans -for sponsoring a benefit .novie at the Gem Theater in Qs- eola Friday night were made at in informal meeting of the. Sis- icrhood of Temple Israel Sunday Afternoon. The movie "Maisie Was A Lady" will be shown by Mrs. Emma Oox, of Qsceola. Vocal numbers by Miss Jean Chiles, of that city, and :!ancing by students of Miss Adkins' Dancing school of that city, will also be presented. -•> 9 * Worthy Grand Matron To Visit IJere Monday Plans for the visit of the Worthy Grand Matron. Mrs. Ruby Allman, of Hot Springs, to the local chapter Monday, night will be made it a meeting of the Order of the Eastern Star tonight at 7:30 o'clock U. the Hall. When Mrs. Allman is here, the ".ooal group will be hostess to six Dthev chapters. W., H. Walter after which Mrs. Leslie Moore taught' the lesson Prayers were offered by Mrs. ft. L. Ree'der and Mrs. Roxie Harrison. -Mrs. R; G. Cash gave .the devotional from, the 14th. chapter of 'John and .Mrs. Kendall Bern- taught the lesson to. the 10 members, 04' Circle Three who met with Mrs, Everett Renegear. Mrs. J. H. Smart, Jr. and Mrs. Bencgear • offered prayers. • Mrs. "j. west. Mrs. C, B. Wilson 'and Mrs. G. C. Hatcher beanie members of Circle Four at the meeting at the homo of 'Mrs. H. H. Brocks. Mrs. Jesse Secman gave the devotional from Psalms bl and Mrs. Brcoks taught the lesson to the: 12 members present. Prayer was-.offered by Mrs. Roy Koonce Mv^e members at Circle Five heard.Mrs. Tom.w. Jackson give "the devotional and ' Mrs. Marion "Williams, the lesson, at tho Williams home. Prayer was ifd, bv Mrs. T. H, Haynes. The meeting of circle six at the home:, of Mrs. J. \v. Ai:ieu \va c opened with a devotional ivom tenth chapter oT Luke KIT. en bv Mrs, John Buchanan, Mrs. j. K Webs.ter taught the lesson to the 15. present after which the meelina was closed . with prayer by Mr?" Alyin rtuffinan. >: A---World--Gall program prepared by Mrs. R. C. Rose was presented yy Mrs. B. M. Terry at a meeting 3f the Woman's Council of First Christian .Church at the home of Mrs. L. L. Ward Monday afternoon. Mr.s. A. G. Hall was co-hostess. Eighteen members were present for the meeting which was opened with the' devotional on "Servins Humanity" by Mrs. Russell Bar- aam. Mrs. M. Fitzsimmons offered arayev, Mrs. J. C. Ellis read the ounpture theme from Matthew and Galalians. and Mrs. Barluun closed her period by reading a poem. "As I Go On My Way." Taking pav.t on the program were .he following people: Mrs. Renkert, Vetenkamp who talked on "Adequate Defense Against, Need": George W. Patterson whose subject wa.s "Brotherhood Convocations"; Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe, who discussed "Mankind Is My Business"; Mrs. Barha'm. who gave a short dteciu^ion of "Stony Lake GirK Camp." Mrs. Terry, vice president, conducted the brief business .session after which the hostesses .served a dessert ccur.se with coffee. Have Program Meeting: Mr.s. John F. Reinruillcr was chairman of thr wosram on "Sharing Means to Help""presented at the meeting of thr Woman's Society of Cbri.siKUJ .Service of (he. First Methodist church Monday afternoon nt the church. rs <>nd Hieiv si]bjnr.t,s were: Suthc.rkiml to Speak. 'Don Sutherland will be the principal .speaker at the meeting of the Central Pa vent Teacher association at 3:00 'o'clock preceded by executive board meeting at 2:30 o'clock Wednesday at school Mr. Sutherland will speak on 'The Ideal Community." * » » Tri Deltas Meet. Seven members of the local Deita Delta Delta club met Monday night at the home of Mrs. J. Far- ds McCalla. Geneva Myers, organist; Mrs. Dor, othy Hatnra, Adah; Ifcrs. Sadie Crews, Ruthj Mrs. Ida Barnes Esther; Mrs, Katheline . Sjvnce' Martha; Mrs. Minnie Wallace Electra; Mrs. Lucille, Stephens War- cier and Mrs. Irene Johnson. Bits of News Mostly Percooalft X=MSB«&CQaESKaMMBCaBSa Mrs, Charles Alford is able to be out, after having been quite ill. Mr, and Mrs. John De<?n are ill Qf influenza at their home, 317 East Davis avenue. Miss Ruth Parkinson, of York City, has reUu-ned home afte? having visited her aunt, Mvs. J. Y Turner, and Mr. Turner, since Christmas. - " Mrs. G. W. Hendricks of Little Rock, her mother, Mrs. Everett Stillinger, and her sister, Mrs. I}. S. Lambert, all of Memphis, spent Monday here with Mrs. Hendiicks* daughter, Mrs. Thad Nicol, and family. Elmer Stone, who has been ill of pneumonia, is much improved, and is expected to sit up for a short while today. John q. McHaney was removed to. his home Monday after having undergone au. operation at Walls Hospital a week ago. Miss Mary Spain Usrey is ill oi' influenza at her home, \037 'West Main street. Thad Nicol is able to be out after Following a brief business ses~ having been ill of influenza. His sicn, the hostess served refresn- dauehter, Jane Annis. is now ill of merits.- Celebrates flirlhchij influenza at the familv home. noon by Miss Lorene Rushing' Frank Wagner Jr. celebrated his eighth birthday Saturday after- Weds Lawrence Little entertaining 17 of his of his parents. Mr. and Mrs, Wagner Sr. During the afternon the group played games and was later served birthday cake and ice cream. Balloons and paper hats were-given as favors. Mrs. Ruth Lawhon Takes Office As Worthy Matron Of Group COOTER, Mo., Jan. Lorene Rushing became the bride of Lawrence Little, of Holland, uf a ceremony performed at the home cf the officiating minister, the Rev. Alfred Carpenter, pastor of First Baptist church of Blytheville, Friday night. Their attendants were Miss Marie Owens nnd Clovis Fowler. The bride wore a blue wool ports dre.ss with black accessories and a shoulder corsage of pink ross buds. Immediately after the ceremony they left on a honeymoon spent "n St. .Louis and points of Illinois. Mrs. Little is tlie only daughter of the laie L. L. Rushing and Mrs. Rushing: well known familj STEELE, Mo, Jan. 14.—Officers of tho Steele chapter of Eastern Star were installed Tuesday night at Masonic hall before guests from Horncrsville. Caruthersviile and Poplar Bluff. Preceding the opening ceremony, Mr.s. Ruth Lnwhon. newly elected Worthy Matron wa.s presented a corsage of white Cfirnmions, a gift from the Hornersvillo chapter, and at the same time Mrs. Lawhon presented Mrs. Mablc Knight of Arbyrd. past. District Deputy Grand Matron and installing officer for the evening, a corsage of Talisman roses. For installing ceremony Mrs. Knight was assisted by Mrs. Blanche Hayes of Horaersville ar installing marshal: Mrs. Ruth Patterson as installing chaplain and Mrs. Geneva Myers as installing organist. . Elective officers installed were Mrs. Ruih Lawhon. worthy matron; Frank Harper, worthy patron: assa- ciatr pairon. J. P. Patierson; Mrs Gvissom, sc:rot:-\ry: Mrs Jennie Cope, trea^uvrv. anci Miss Ol»a Koury. conductress. Mr.s. Sibs- Yragrr, new ;i,ssnciatc matron, will hr installed later. Appointive officers installed were Mrs. Alt a Cameron, marshal: Mrs. Ruth Prtitifrsrm. chnplaju: Mrs. Pull the Trigger on Bowels, and stomach, too Wo Formerly $2.95 and $3.95 TUESDAY, JANUARY 14, 1941 Mrs. Vickery Entertains Mrs. J, P. Vickery was hostess to nine members of the Woman's Society of Christian Service at her home Monday afternoon when her mother was.a guest of the society. Mrs. J. H, Workman presided over the meeting and gave the 'devotional after which a report on a chapter of ' the study book, "Youth on the Highways" was given by Mrs. p. p. McCutchen. * v* * Daughter Born Mr. and Mrs. Guy A/bill of Tyler announce the * birth of a nine, pound .baby girl at their home last week. This is their third little girl. . Mr». AisWU -was before lier marriage Miss.''Nell" Boston,-a teacher In the Cooter school. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Toirumc Crawford returned yesterday after a week's visit with'the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hinson of Luvay, Teim. Mrs. Alpha Chandler received a message the firs.t of this \veek of the tragic death, of her brother -in Denver, Colo.-His body has been sent back here for burial. Miss June. Brown, who has been attending State Teachers College in Cape Qirardeau, has returned to her home near Cooter. Miss Eunke Guthrie 'of Poplar Bluff spent the.first of this week here as the guest of her sister, Mrs. Ruth L.awhqn. coming espccU ally for the Eastern Star 'installation, of officers. recorded In tables revised late in' 1940. • The "section devoted to the 1940 census presents in detaU the population of the country by states and counties. Cities with a population of IQ.OOO. or more are also listed by states: The World Almanac is published i by the New York World-Telegram. ' a Scripps Howard newspaper in. York City. • and J- M. White is assistant Scoutmaster. Comprising the advisory RoUry Club committee to the new troop are A. B v RUofe chairman, Wayne W. Gray and Ralph Ennls. Work on the structure had stopped about Christmas when funds were exhausted. Mayor Pinion said the new additional .WPA grant would be sufficient tq complete, the Armory. Birth§ In County Exceed Deaths By Three Times Enough Money Received To Complete New Armory CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo., Jan, 14 —Mayor D. D. Pinion has announced that $11,318.85 in WPA funds had been received for completion of the Armory building. One performance of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony by the Ne.w- York Philharmonic orchestra costs about $300. 'Z. J. Drake of Marlboro county, South Carolina, grew " 255 • bushels of corn on one acre of ground In 1889. Bjrths of 1940. in Mississippi county totalled^ 1.5S2--three times the numbe.r of deaths, a county Health- Unit report showed today.' The report, release/! by Mrs. Irma Bunch, Health Unit registrar, showed 1153 births in. white families and 429 negro infants. Figures were compiled from birth and death certificates sent in by various registrars in the county. Death records showed a total of 572 from all causes, including. 3'J from accidental causes with 13 automobile accident fatalities heading this group. Largest number of mortalities was caused by heart disease, with 80 persons succumbing to this malady. Next was the infant death total of 71, followed by 48 deaths from pneumonia, 50 of unknown causes, 43 from brain diseases and 42 from tuberculosis. Lowest mortality from diseases listed in the report was the total of only two from typhoid. Cancer claimed 26 lives. Kidney trouble 30, malaria 12, influenza 10. diphtheria, eight, and meningitis four. At The Hospitals BiytheviHe Hospital Earl Ham, Bassett, admitted. Albert Bean,; city, admitted. Mrs. W. £1 Pitt, Hay-ti, a'drmtted. Frank-Orgle, Caruthersviile, admitted. -^' . / J. C. VamYes, N -steele, dismissed. Miss Laray Kat.z.ecity, dismissed. Walls Hospital Ben Permenter, city, dismissed. . J. H. Blessing, Cooter, dismissed. Paul Clark, Manila,' dismissed. John McHaney. city, dismissed. Sam Guy. Steele, dismissed. Memphis Methodist Hospital Mrs. Price Arnold, Osceola, admitted. Memphis Baptist Hospital C. M. Smart, BlythevilJe. admitted. Newest Issue Of World- Almanac Is Now Available The World Almanac for 1941. a of Cooter where she has lived ail) volume of 1024 pages filled with iner life. After graduating from Cooter high school in 1934, she attended Arkansas State College at Jones- ocro and for the past two years nas been a member of the faculty of Cooter school. Mr. Little is the .son of Jim Lit' -le and the late Mrs. .Little of near Holland where he has lived .ill of his life. He wa.s graduated .rom (he Holland high school in .931. Besides his extensive farming interests he is also bookkeeper at the Jake Simon Gin at Hoi- be rt. They are at present making their home wirh tho bride's mother. Local Man Enlists In U. S. Army At Memphis John L. Brown. 19-year-old Blv- heviljo truck driver, »iui Loroy VIcrris, 26-year-old former of Steelc, Mo., were among 25 remits who enlisted Monday lu the .;overnme.n».'s defense forces in Memphis. Both Brown and Morri.s enlisted for army duty. facts and 1940' uevelopments. 'is now on sale. The latest issue of what might rightly be called a year-bock, contains a 1940 chronology of the war in Europe. ( listing'.daily developments in the battlefields and in the diplomatic channels in neutral and belligerent countries. Also recorded are the lo.sses in dead, wounded and missing of the countries at war. in addition to merchant ship losses in the ocean blockades. Latest information on the size of I he United -States army, the navy and our "shipbuilding program is presented. There is a compact) summary of the Selective .Service Act. with registration and trainee quotas. Accompanying- tlii.s is a list, of military posts, camps, fields and stations of the United States. The size of the armies and navies of major countries of thi? world is To relieve "MJserv of 666 COLDS LaqniO Tablet!- Ssh-e Note Pr<j(»s Cough Drops WALK YOUTHWARD Expect Charter For Caruthersviile Troop CARUTHERSVILLS, Mo., Jan.. 14 —The second Boy Scout Troop for Caruthersviile expects to receive its charter within the next week, members of the Rotary Club, which is sponsoring the new troop, stated Saturday. Fourteen youths are enrolled. E. B. Hope is Scoutmaster. CARD OF THANKS We- wish to thank our many friends for the kindness and sympathy extended to us during our bereavement. Signed: The Akins family Mrs. Vivian Booles Mrs. Estelle Akins TUES.-WED.-THURS. (Tuesday is not Bargain Day this week) Mounted Police 'with GARY COOPER. 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