The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 22, 1941 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Wednesday, January 22, 1941
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WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 22, 1941 HHLTH mm ra Roosevelt Is Among Number Cited For Contributions To Better Living BIATHEVILLE (ARK,) COURIER NEWS Halifaxes, Of Simple Tastes, Will Inherit i^e But Must Pay For Upkeep ^:"'^ *...,.. f LOS ANGELES. <UP)—President Roosevelt is ranked with a Southern California baker, a Milwaukee shoe manufacturer and a Dallas. Tex., philanthropist in a list of 10 men and women selected for the most distinctive contributions to better living in America during i 1940. The President -was listed on a national, "honor .roll" compiled by Clarke Irvine, editor and publisher of Health News, a national magazine devoted to the promotion of health in America. \ Irvine nominated the Chief Executive "for his achievement, in i combatting evils of child labor and ' promoting the welfare of Amen- j can youth." Editor on List ' in what he terms the "firsthon-.; or rolj of its kind," Irvine lists i Victor H. Lindlahr, New York lee- ! By NI ' :A Service turer and editor of Journal of Liv- j WASHINGTON. — Like the late ing-, for introducing modem nu-1 Lord Lotll i^ n - ihc new British trition into the "nation's homes by! ambassa -dor to the U. S. is a per- broadcasts and through his maga-! - sou of simple tastes—and so is ssine." - , | L «dy Halifax. But in the British I. Rude, Dallas philanthropist, i ombtlss T here th < : Halifaxes will was listed for donating "some 5,000 i inllcrit an elaborate menage, clothing outfits to that city's needy i If, like most Englishwomen, Lady lor the 29th consecutive Christmas! Halifax is a garden fan, she will as thanks for help given to him 1 find some consolation in the sim- when he was a poor immigrant." j p!e magnificence of the blooms C. F. Wilbar, Honolulu doctor, i which surround the building almost was nominated for his "life-saving j all year 'round, discoveries in a new and success- A PARADISE OF ful treatment of nutritional ane- UNFAMILIAR BLOOMS mm in infants and other work in j For- Lady Lindsay wife of a food science." ('former British ambassador was an Dunn's Work Cited j expert landscape gardener and A Milwaukee -shoe manufacturer,! translated the once barren ground 11. L. Nimn. was named on the j surrounding one of Washington's hc«,lh honor roll for "promoting j most elaborate dwellings into a economic security of labor by ad- j proper setting vanced work-planning and com-j Neighbors who had the tcmor- pany-employe arbitration policies."! ity to brave the icy Lindsay look For gaming national recognition-; used to call up the Embassy to for his "health-protecting alkaline inquire incredulously how it's pos- soy bean bread/' Bill Baker, of! sib i c to have forced forsythia so O.]ai, Cal., was named-on the hon- j early, orary list j On cither side of {he column . Irvine also named Harold Haw-1 flanked Embassy doorway Lady kins, Los Angeles .dentist and pro- Lindsay planned rose -'gardens lessor at the University of South- j flowering cherries w i t h double blooms. Edging the lawn that stretches ahead are azaleas, lilac fcrsythia. honeysuckle and other Steele-Cooter Society—Personal Christian-still. Announcement has been made of the marriage of Miss LeVern Still i-'f nnu- st-eele to James Christian of Micola which occurred Jn BJy- thfvilJe en Dec. 1st, Justice of Peace T. L, Cassidy performed -the ceremony at his home. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Bud SUJ1. She graduated from, steele high school lost Spring, in school she was active in sports and social activities. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs, Joe Christian and attended the Braggadocio High school, They will make their -home on n farm ic x ur Micola. flowering shrubs. A knoll near the Aerial view of the palatial British Embassy 1 iPntll's nrmrt-. IK niantorl in I, ,irwr_ ««*..* «*• *u_ ' -»_*__ . -»•»»• w K<iuw*aa* 1 ern California, for encouragement of dental care: Alice Park, Palo Alto. Cal.. humanitarian, for her ed-ucational work in non-cruelty to animals; Ethel Hubler. Los Angeles i tennis court is planted -with dog- radio .commentator, for her anti-1 wood, daffodils and Virginia blue- alcohol educational work,, and Fe- bells—a veritable paradise of un- •licia p.. Kornreich. Paterson, N. J.,| familiar blooms to the British am- heaUhvstore owner and food scicn- ateur gardener. . ---» --- —^ tist,.'.'.for teaching even the poor But• the Americanized informal- of the Embassy i.s not carried out how. to eat, fpr better health." ; . ity which the very formal Lady'• inside. A handsome red •brick Mrs, Tom C. Unvis was hostws •to her Thursday Crldfeeteers and, two guests. Mrs. Sidney Miller Jr. j and Mrs. Vehner Campbell al seven o'clock bridyo luncheon Thursday night. The luncheon consisted of chill, crackers, apple pie with whipped! cream und jcod drinks. .High score award at bridge, a buffet set und scurf, went to Mrs. Tcun Hoppw; second high, a but-, fct^et. went to MJss Doris Bar-! nett-nnci bridge award, Jineji dish towels, went to Mrs. Marvin Willis. Mrs. Lewis LcsUir i.s onterlaining the club this week. Miss Miiry*"New.t Carr, who for a number of years was t'mpJoyod at Workman's Druj; Store and who for the past few mouths has bcf-n employed in .Gorulhersville, has accepted a positloj) as pharmacist at a drug store in Memphis nn«l stopped in Sleek- to visit friends' enroute to her new position. Mr. and Mrs. Sims Mtchie and daughter. Mary Anna, have returned after n visit with their son and brother, .loc Marion Michic. who i.s spending thi> winter in Ft.. Myers. Fla.. with his p rand par- Regimentation Services Held Tuesday j Pemiscot Legion Is For Mrs. Sara Thomas | To Sponsor Contest ley. Mr. and Mr.s. T. C. Besis- Mrs. Curtis Robm-ty was retvirn- lo her home in HcJlund Monday from the Walls hor.pilal in Bly- hud an ap- ihcville where she pendix operation. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Pierce bassador to the U. S. 1-indsay brought, to the .exterior , building, manorial in style,. it. was' Cooler. have moved i.o -SI, Louis, where Mr. Pierce hus beon employed. Mrs. Cluster- Taylor nnd daughter. Imoccne. and Miss Evelyn W:ltb sitf ended the funeral of Mir. Taylor's uncle. Turner Harris, of Dyen-burg; Te^n., Monday. They plso visited L-iirry Jones, son of Milcirccl v Harris Jones of When there's lots to do... pause and designed -iu \3.S30 by Sir Edw.ard j T. C. Thornton i.s recovering at Luytens. architect of the C.enp- {l liospital in Joncsboro from Jn- HOLLAND. Mo., Jan. B2.~-Pu- uenil ,«orvl(Hw were held ycusLci'dny CARUTH1SRSVILL1S, Mo. Jan. Pmnlseot County 'Amcrl iitudcnts themselves ' on some subject on the constitution. The JoqaUhigh school will hold Its preliminary contest January 28. Fve ' Five M'denls wUl compete: Ht;lci " ! Ruth Pierce, Ruth am Legion Oration Contest will! Ca> ' l>it - Mft y Johnson, Tommy.Dris- tc hiikl Februnry 1st, according to I co l 'vnd',Quinn6n Joljnston. The .an lumounmnont Tuesday by Er-i w .inuor will compete -in jthc coun- IH'St WlllCS. T.Ptrlnu •^mniM-l.i.. ,.!' 'I'Y COlltCtit. ---«•*-" ,"•;•«-'» r «\ini »» l_. 4 ^, I fc». f \.\ \ tiOUV-J- \J » I V i ' ' ' * l M •-" V'V.' U V-»VJ| lilLA /> 11 HJl f" • - - - -- ~ ,^. -~ v t *MV«V«» «, i-r v«ll ^ r al, Derby, Ind,. for Mrs. Sarah E, | Clt11 Legion Oration Contest will! Cl \^- ^W Johnson, Tommy.Dris- Thomas who died Suturcluy at the; homo of her daughter, Mrs. Whcatley. of i,hc Oak Viidfve community, with whom she lint; boon residing .for several years. She was fl3 years of age aud hud boon ill i .several duys with uiemlc poisoning. Born in Derby, Intl., she moved here sevanil years ago. Her hns- Jsiirid. the late Sylvester,Thomas, died sevcial years .ago. Sh(f is survived by her daughter and loin- sons. Epidemic of CoJd i SyniptoniBJ Liquid .or .6130 Tablets with BOR Salve .or ,6GG Noso JQr.ops .generally PuwLscot County Post. All orations, must he original and prepurcrl by Read Courier News want ads'. Phone 26 for 24 hour AMBULANCE SERVICE Wo urge you to imjuire about our Burial Insurance. We offer you a tine policy at a reasonable rate. COBB FUNERAL HOME taph, Britain's Unknown -Soldier.'* tcuab. Washington wiseacres say Sir Edward carried over .some of 'his left- over ideas to America with {him. for -the -Embassy is n formal, slightly forbidding structure. A RESPITE FROM •LAUGHTER And it costs a mint or -money to. run. The British -of fir.e of Worfcs 'furnisfies as well as builds' its diplomats; homes, but upkeep comes right out. of: .the .ambassadors' poc- fcete. Luckily Lord Hajjfax is as wealthy' in hi.s own right, as !iis j-ecent iitcde.cessors. Sir Ronald Lindsay and the late Lor.d Lothian. - - ............ . The late bachelor ambassador did liUlc entej'taining, while the former British Foreign Minister is note'd for his. dislike for "putting on the dog." So the Embassy's great rooms and long hulls will probably have a respite from the • forms] 'parlies of a few yeans ago when the walls- echoed to the sound' of polite laughter from the Lindsays' carefully selected list of guests. With •Britain at. war, parties will be particularly outre. Lady Halifax will hav c ». job on lier .hands If 'she expect to brine: to the Embqssy that particularly British kind of liveability that .characterizes English country homes— for although designed by a Briton and patterned .alter -the British plan, tihc house simp)^ what .one would' call cosy. juries sustained In a car .accident on Dec. -.24th. : : Mrs. Helen Chudwick of Detroit, Mich., i.s visiting her little girls nt the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarice Giliiland of Cootcr. A. T. Ashcrnft of Liibourn visited his mother, Mrs. Grace Jones .over the weekend cnrcttte to Ru.s 7 sellville. Ark., to visit his .sister, Mrs. Ernest Ward, and family. Baxter .Southern spent the latter -part of the week in Dallas. Texas, and at Little Jlock. relieves cold .symptoms .the Steeb Lodge Installs Officers For This Year STEELE. Mo., Jan. 22. — The Steele lodge No. 634 A. F. & A. M. installed the following ofliccrs at their last meeting to serve during 1941. Past Master N. Koury was installing officer assisted by j. F. Patterson. Past, Master. Those installed were Fihillip Koury. W. M.: Beaumont, Smith, S. W.: Buford Spence. J. W.: J. V. Patterson, treasurer; Frank Harper, secretary-; Max L. Kelley. chap- 'lain:"Ishmnel Cope, S. 'D.; Muschell Hamra, j. D.: Dr. E. L. Tn.ylor. S. S.; Wade Hollcnbeck, J. S.; Guss Wade. Marshall, and Otto Weaver, Tyler. One species of whale lives far up the Amazon river. Make a Pate a Miracle J FOR, YOURSELF ! YOU TASTE ITS QUALITY Ice-coW Coca-Cola odds to relaxation relaxation always needs,-pure, wholesome refreshment And Coca-Cola has a unique Jas .te ypw neyer fire of, $0 when yoy pause throughout Mie doy, mcke it the refreshes with ke-cold Coca-Cola. UOT11LD UJSDUv AUTHORITY OF Till: COCA-COLA COMPANY BY- Phone 366 COCA-COLA BOTTLING COMPANY B, yth6rille , Ar! , ATMOSPIfERK Because oj U\r, difticultic.s of shipplny. the Hallfa-xes will probably bring over only , those household things .tp which the family arc jnost .atfachecJ. So -Utdy Halifax will rcaUy have I.o work \vitii xvhat she has. » A small entry hall at ' our end of the house leads to a graceful marble .staircase. As' Ihr visitor mounUs. ho must pass in revjrw be- forr life-sixe oils of -the royal family. .from .Queen JVictoi ia \<> King George V. In the drawing '.room— partly fur- by Lord Lothian'— U>r visi- | tor \K fncpd W iU) .oil p??jnni^. by \ \ Reynolds <ind Raeburn. by H | >net contaming rxq.tijsitc ' C' i and Mejsseq ". figures from the (priceless Lothian" coUection. -Then there -i.s the bal.Iroom— clahorntply ; furnished, every thing 3 bpiiroom i should be. The' rest of thr, (too. ha.s a somewhat | a tinosphere. ! BOLSTERING i P.RlTrsn MORALE , But if the stiff interior fiocora- ] I tion of the Embassy doesn' 1 make ' j the Halifaxes feel 'at home, the i cooking probably will, • Although | the cuisine is French for formal j parties, the English cook has not forgotten her knack with roast beef and Yorkshire puddings. She serves them up to bolster poulettc aux champignons and British morale. They usually turn the. trick. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank all of our redaUvcs and friends for the kindnesses- and sympathy shown us in the .loss of my dear husband and our dear father. Charlry Sebastian. Wo .especially wish to'thank Rev. Green for his consoling words, the choir for their beautiful songs, thr , pall bearers, our relatives amf[ friends for their services and beau- ' tiful floral offerings. Lula Sebastian and family. Hie i.)ingest thrill in motoring is no farther Jiwjiy from you than your tcjcplionc! 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Just call us on the phone and make a date! TUNt I,V MAJOR COV7ES,THUR5. r .C.D.S.,9TOlO.P:M.,E.5.T. BE MODERN Read Courier News want ads. Delta implements, Inc, 312 So. 2nd Phone 80". T. I. SEAY MOTOR CO, 1.21 W. Ash Si. Blyiheviile, Ar^. Fito»te 111

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