The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 15, 1941 · Page 3
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_WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 15, 1941 NEWS Army-Mot Oil or Gold-Made This "Boom" Town and Mrs. C. iVi. Harwell Sail For South American Cruise Friday C'-OKGLA, Ark., Jun. 13.— D. and .Mrs. C. M. Manvtll cf tliis cii\ v/il) sail from New Orleans Friday .hm. 17, for a two in omits' :jom. Awnncan voyfiji:< aboard the Delta Lim> .steamer ••D'.rliuj^ent.ino." Although their ship doe, not sail until Friday, it wa s necessary for Dr. Harwell as ship's physician to be ii> New Orleans a Wf-ok earlier K. iakt> im-i-mory, sti;j'-rvi.sp pur- r-iiii'-v of d.-U'.^ and : make physical cxuminulion.s o: t.in- ship's ^-rew •1'hftir .son, Ur. "Alullory Harwell oi Memphis. hou^ physir-ia/i m i.h« Methodist Hospital, win j, 0 lo N , ;w Orle.-M.s iy -;' ; e ! ]f> f .] o<!. ^'Ihe "DelUir^emiMC" is one ol i.hn-f- i>ew .sUriimm ol the Delia 1-.-J:)* and j., now 0:1 her muiLUM voyage; oi.ht-r new OIK-S u>-<: thi '•'DdtoruMl" and the "Dc-lorleans. ' Ur. and Mrs. Harwell will .spend nj.-v- day.s in Bu^no.-; Aire.s, Argentina. '.vilh other stops at M'onte- "vicieo, Uruguay; .Santa-:, Hie de Janeiro, Eahia. and Pernambuco. Tnny will n-',urn to New Oriean.s Man-)) 7. THREE-. Osceola Society—Personal Mas Birthday Party • Mrs. A. H.'Burch was hostess to 21 children at her home Thursday afternoon in honor of the sixth birthday of her .son. Hites Burch Jr. The guest list included 30 children 'but several were ill with the inrluen/a. Gaily colored balloons decorated i lie Bmrh home and balloons were also given the children as favors. Delia Shippen and Dorothy Wilson were successful in the games and were given boxes of candy for awards. Bustl ng activity and a growth that can be noted daily Kive an tho -KHP -f r ,— rush "boom" town to Fort Bragg, N C Where then ^,ut-- «r• „« ^speUb of an oldtime oil or yold iooihiUs near FayeLteville, it used-to be a military ocs?r? «?r inn?i ps W • lrained - Nestling in the ulated a population of 46,000 znen^-22,000 soldiers and ->4 nrvrm 6 f , rnen " In S1X inuil f^it ha.s acctnn- ^'^^17^^^ the Port Bl ,gg aivport; right ^*^&*!?S®S£*£»* * ^ ^ ES KILL BEJREfilEB Little Rock Director Will Hold Clinics In County Jan. 30 ad 3 I \vn:-){ o! rnmbntinu Tra-! '»'"-' in Mississippi county is' H'. with much improvement i the :;;ji) i.., s; ,> Si .,, 0 !'• K. ilitiKilcy oi Lit i.i, ^ '<'<•((,!• oi' Trichina Control in | ; l"'i;',a.s, who will comluci clinics »'» Hi'- county j !m ;uj juul >Jan A ''lillir Will ho l,rlr| hi IJlyiJus • J:in. m fur a rn-h.rkinu" and ( ' Mwllar <•!!,,i<. at. j»y<»;., ih,. ['ol- •'"'-'. <l::y whiv, Mi ; ,, s Annual 1'ivanr lornn'r T<:icht,mu nurse 1 ru-cnllv n'.stiiiird u'urk \\iil! ih.. Mi-.sistiiopi «:O:MII.V Health :i.'; nurse, will :;.v;i.st Hi Iltnul- ]<\v. •"aru-t! In September a.s u pul- 'ii ii 1 I)' 1 ',':"(! tor the entire Male | 11111 »">><1 I::.-; -.pivad l o !•*. Prior to limi lime „ o! ;hc Truchormi patients 01 MIs- ii-<M!»>i County were sent to Joiu-.s- lor di.-tric! elink-.s with Ihe K«-d Cro.-;s ax.si.stitij', in u,,> the eye disease which 1,-nds to blind ties,-, — hnd Mississippi County In .-pi- most Arch to Meet Members of the Royal Arch Masonic chapter number -57 will have their first. merMntt of the new year on Tuesday merit. Jan. 14. beginning- at 7 o'clock when work in ihp stated degrees will be put on. All vjsiUij» companions are invited. Slated meeting dates are the second and .fourth Tuesday nichts L. W. Williams is the high priest j for 1941 wiUx Mqses Sliman. King; and X-eo Schreick'" as scribe. " Osreola 'Bine Lod^e Masons will meet on Thursday night. Jan. 16. it. ws stated by E. R. Reid, worshipful master. AH end Workers Council Tlie Rev. Harold B.-Tillman. Lv•"•>" Sheddan. R. H. Jones and F. IT. Tompkins attended the monthly meetiiH>. of the Baptist Association- nl Workers Council at the New Ubsrty Church on Friday. Approximately $50 was given toward t.he purchase of a tent for use of the as^ociational mission"••»• Mv Rev. p. T. Whitely. during the summer months' evangelistic ivt'-Hwys in riie rural sections. The next meeting is scheduled r ^r Feb. 14 at WelLs Chapel Church. Mr nnd Mrs. L. W. Williams and 'laughiP»-. jovce Williams, were in f P : 7>n Blufr Saturday and Saturday nteht for the annual meeting and fanner Driven to all stage hands of Sahara Temple Shrine, Oorge Willie, director of slate Mnds. was host to the sroiip of men and (heir \vives. i\f«'thodist Society Meets •MPSITS nnd Socipl Redemption" v:as the subject of {he Bible lesson- led by Mrs. Harry Jones at, the meeting of the Women's Society for Christian Service at the church on Monday afternoon. Assisting Mrs. Jones were Mrs. G. B. Segraves. Mrs. Susie Keiser. Mrs. C. E. Llyod, Mrs. Alma Monison. Mrs. C.' N! Pacv. Mrs. A. D. Schaeffer and Mrs. W. B. Flannignn. Several subscriptions were secured for rhe new publication caller! "The Methodist Woman", and pledges secured for the new budget. Reports were also given of the Missionary Training institute held last Thursday in Jonesboro for officers, chairmen and pastors. Those attending: from Osceola were the Rev. W. j. Spicer. Mrs. W. J. Spicor. Mrs. G. B. Segraves. Mrs. A. D. Schaeffer. Mrs. Dan Rob- p erls. Mrs. C. E. Lloyd, nnd Mrs G Keartsill Banks. 59 members and gnests in singing "America the Beautiful". Owing to the prevalence of influenza, the attendance was. the lowest this year. Preceding- the regular meeting. Mrs. W. W. Prewitt taught the study course to 15 members. Mrs. G. HearLslll Banks gave the president's message after which a :luet wa.s played by Mrs. D. R. Wertx nnd Bessie Lou Rose. The treasurer's report showed a balance of $135.99 with all outstanding obligations paid. Awards for the highest percent of mothers present went to Mrs. John R. Miller's second room and the 12th grade. lvnt«r Nurse's Training Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cox and Mrs. Hites ' Burch accompanied their daughters. Mary Lorine Cox and Martha Ann Burch. to Memphis Thursday where they began a three year course in nurse training. Miss Burch was • graduated from Osceola High School in May, while Miss Cox wa.s graduated from Leachville high school t\vo years ago, Hi've Son" Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Cotner are parents of a son born at the Baptist Hospital Wednesday, Jan. 8. The baby weighing 8- v , pounds has ben named George Ronald, Hie Geoige part of the name for ; he baby's grandfather. George Doyle. 'l he Cotners. have one other child, a three-year-old daughter, Carolyn Cotner. Mrs. Cotner was the former Miss Elizabeth Doyle. For Army Camp Roy Cox of o'sceola and Augustus Morris, living west of Osceola on Highway 40. will leave Tue-.sday for Camp Joseph T. Robinson at'Lit- tle Rock. Mr. Cox has been connect Cxi with the Russell Crockett Grocery for several years. * * * Mrs. J. B. Bimn returned home Sunday night from Perryville. Aik., where she spent ths past week with •?ev mother. Mrs. R, A. Bowen, who ?•'• stained a broken hip in a fall at her home two weeks ago. Mrs. Bowen is 78 years of age. Mrs. W. P. Hale is seriously "ill in the Baptist Hospital in Memphis following an operation at the weekend. Mrs. Gertrude Burton has returned to her home in Atlanta. Ga., following a visit with her son] Howard Burton and family in Bly- thevUle. and former neighbors in Osceoln. Mrs. Burton and her husband, the late W. S .Burton, formerly lived here. Mrs. Prank Williams spent the weekend with her mother. Mrs. E. D. Bozeman in Crawfordsville. Mrs. Bozeman hns been ill for the past ten ••• daysHwith -the influenza. Mrs. A. L. Boyce left Saturday night for Pampa, Tex., for a visit with her daughter. Mrs. Arthur Nelson and Mr. Nelson. Mrs. Rose Goldberg has returned from Charleston, Mo., where she visited her daughter, Mrs. Julius Wigdor and Mr. Wigclor. Year's Work In' End Table LONDONDERRY, N. H. <UPJ — An end table which took a year to make and contains SO pieces of wood of 12 different- varieties has been completed by 72-year-old George A. Hall. STlEL IS OFFKBOOK Complete Picture-Story of Tobacco Farming and Cigarette Manufacture "Tcbnccolnml. U.S.A."— probably the most complete picture-story of 'olncco farming and cigarette nwnufacture UVI.M- published—Is of- 'Vrt-ci free to the public by Liggett •V Mvess nbacco Company in Us new Chesterfield cigarette campaign. •_The new 42-page. H-incn book Ktislrates the urowing. curing and processing of tobacco, us well as ^cenes from the typical life of the Southern tobacco country, with over 100 large photographs and drawings and interesting story captions. It is already in use by colleges uncl libraries in many parts of the country, and the public oiler has been made as:a result of tln'.s great demand. Copies of the book will be sent to individuals or groups on request to Liggett £ Myers Tobacco Company. G30 Fifth Avenue Ne'v York, N. Y. The new Chesterfield campaign. Lo appear in -'newspapers from coast to coast, features such celebrities as Ann Sheridan and El'.en Drew ol' motion picture fame. Carol Bruce or the New York musical hit "Louisiana Purchase." and Mary Jane Yoo and Jo Ann Dean, star skaters from "It Happens On " '• '••"•t of tit,, n:osi cured. successful with y caKes now al- Fire Fighting Methods To Be Discussed At Hayti CAHUTHtfRSVlLLIS. Mo.. Jan. 14 -Tin- regular educational session meeting of the Southeast Missouri Firemen's Association will be held Thursday at Ilnyti, according to announcement received by Caruth- "rsville firemen Riitirrduy from Chief Kurt is Powell, of the liny Li department.. The program will be im open- forum discussion of fire fighting methods, climaxed that evening with a feed for the guests. Durtnu the program, n riue.stion box review will be conducted. Firemen from at least thirteen Southeast Missouri towns are ex- neeted (o attend. Representatives are expected. Chief Powell announced, from Hayti. Doniphan. Poplar Blutf, Maiden. Campbell. Kennett. Caruthersville, Deerlug, Steele. PoKiigevine, Sikeston. Cardwell. Sennth. and probably other towns of the Southeast Missouri >i reo. Adams Continues as Manager of Liuge Appliance. Concern in New Setup Ihmhnvay Applh.mr «)mp;mv ha.s rt'orKiiiMmi ;1 s :l corporal ion under O, O. tlunluway, pre.sident; it. K. Tiu:k"r. vice president, and •J. W. Adams, .score!ary-lj-oasun-r, and will i-ontlnue to operate under !he niiinjiMemenl of Adiuii.s, jn;pi- ager .since the company's oi'Kanlx.a- Mon a.s n partnership in j$);j4. The corporal Ion will do J)u.shu>.s,s at the ,\aii)e ;!il(lr».v,, L'Oij-0,'} West Main. •-' ! panics in she .su.te* selling only j elrrulni] appljunn-.s. tlie tlrm was i M:\rtttd in I [KM by Hardaway anci 1C. W. (.Joijclnin, who hud boim as- su:-luU'd in the coitfjii u\i.slni\ss Jiore •••inn- Hiii*;. The new .-letup ciune j wlieji Harditway and Adiim.H bought ' the inlcR-.',;. of r.oiKinian aiul In. iirpornied Jan. 11 with u Capital oi J24.000. The concern luindle.', :uid «,ervice.s she following Hems: Frigldairt- iv- h-iyeralt>rs and wuier heiuciv. I'^'igidnire c.ommerciiil rei'rlsjenition; lik'cirolux kerosene rei'rigerator.s; Mtiytag and SjH'iM Clean washers nnd Ironens; RCA and Zenith rn- •<iu-,' uiul phcno^raphs; Vlctrola records, botli clnssleal and popular; Duo-Therm oil-burning healers; Universal vacuum cleaner.s and sundry .small appliance items. Four service men are on lull- lime duly at the store for the convenience of patrons. NH/.KS. 11 ml describes with stark .siispen.se the t rials ho underwent before hi.s iricml.s were ab!<: to r>f- l>ct his escape." Everyone is welcome to attend Die .service.s. kai>bl Pollack ;:tated. Grcsise and he;it now pie pans hclore. iisinn to prevent 1'nod from .sticking i.o I hem. Lemon juice Recipe Checks Rheumatic Pain Quickly '.If you huffcr fruui • nouriiu |)uin, try >'iKiv<! Urn,, r.'<-i|),. H, al "«B <:H n JL w ; t , t (:( , of 4 IU)(J , «rl)iniiH CMC TRUCK Frisco Taxes In Pemiscot County Totaled $21,821 CARUTHERSVTLLE. Mo, Jan M —Pemiscot County received a total of S2J.821.Ki in tuxes for 1940 from the Frisco Railroad.- according to n statement announced he'ci Saturday by 'the company. Of this total. $20.705.40 went to the county, and the various cities and iou-ns received $i.ii6.37 as city taxes. School taxes paid by the railroad amounted to $8.90(11!). Expect Many Visitors From Nearby Towns For Services Here Sunday A large Kalhcrlng from Northeast Arkansas and Southeast Missouri is expected ut the services in Tomplo Israel Sunday afternoon at ;{ o'clock. L. K. HuYwnrB, president of the congregation, announced today. The service will serve as u mid-season rally for the nu-mbi-rs of the congregation, he explained. Rabbi Hennun Pollack will spealc en Lion Feucluwauuev'.s recent article. "Lost Souls Limited." Commenting on this article, tin- Ajiglo-Jewish press ha.s nnnovmccd; "Perhaps the most profound document yet to come out of the horrors of the second World War is 'Lost Souls Limited' by Lion Feuchtwan- LU'r in the Jan. 10 issue of Friday Magazine. Recoynixed as one of the world's greatest living novel- isi.s. Lion Feuchtwunger's new record of what antl-Fascist refugees were forced to endure. Ls tv startling story of human heroism in the face of appalling suffering and depredation. Mr. Peuchtwnnger's .sensational story tells how he was lairil with certain d<\it.h if he foil into (he hands of the conquering This book TOBACCOLAND *U*S*A gives thousands of smokers like yourself the facts about tobacco and. .. :t leicis MILDER, BETTER TASTE Cop). JOHN M. MILLER, Amtrica's No. 1 outoglro pilof and pioneer o< the world's only wlngUsi moil plane route between Camden, N. ). and the Philadelphia Pott Office, I* shown here enjoying Chejterfield'j now interfiling book "TOBACCOLAND, U. S. A," 2>/ Mrs. Hiile Jackson Hostess Fourteen members of chapter "O" of the P. E. O. were guests of Mrs. Hale Jackson for the January i meeting when John P. Keiser. member of the Osceola high school ' faculty, spoke on South America, j using charts and maps to illustrate his talk. Mrs. Frank Williams, president, conducted routine business affairs and discussed help to the nutrition project at the Elementary School. Mrs. Ida Tucker, and Mrs. L. L. Vanciervoort, mother of Mrs. Jackson, were tea guests. £ f «t P. T. A. Meets The Rev. W. J. Spicer. pastor of the Methodist Church, discussed "the place Christianity has In the home and "school" before the Parent Teachers Association at the high school. E. w. Packard led the lo the keen interest of the thousands of men and women who visit our Chesterfield factories, we owe the idea of publishing the book, "TOBACCOLAND, U. S. A." It is a comprehensive picture story about the growing, curing and processing of tobacco, telling you why Chesterfields are MllDER, COOLER-SMOKING and BETTER-TASTING. w are proud of the hundreds of letters from smokers like yourself who have seen "TQBAC- COLAND, u. S. A. " Many have asked us to send cofries to their friends. We would take Measure in sending you a copy—just mail your request to Liggett fi? Myers Tobacco Co., 630 Fifth Avenue New York, N. Y. <#, •r^^s^^^^ x%v ~--~v. Ltcem » Mmi T«MC« C*. STIERINQ Whatever you do, dnVe u CMC Mor* you buy another truck! The«e modern comfort-built trucks are "«» «a»y to »te*r at your car." They'r* pow*r*d with the Induttry'n Mtrongtft-puUing enginei, size for «ix«. They're packed with value. 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