The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 6, 1941 · Page 4
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 4

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, February 6, 1941
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PA J GE,FOUK BLYTHEVILLE; (ARK,) COURIER NEWS Social C&leodtr FRIDAY'S EVENTS Mrs, J. G. Sudbury: and Mrs. R E. Hardin entertaining Ladies' Bible Class, First Methodist Church, 7:30 o'clock, at Hardin home. Miss Cordelia ..Wilhite entertaining Dorcas Sunday school class, First Baptist, church, meeting 2:30 o'clock at church. Airs, Arch Lindsey entertaining C. B. C. Club. Friday Contract Club meeting with Mrs. L. S. Benish, Holiday Provides Scheme for Party Sti. Valentine's Day provided the scheme for the Delta Contract Club party given Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Loy .Welch. Mrs. J.. M. Williams and Mrs. J. .H. Elkins played with the club members. Club prize in the games went to Mrs. Roland Green and guest prize to Mrs. Elkins. Gilts were wrapped in the holiday colors .which v.*re also carried out in the tallies and the dessert course served after the games. *••».•* Surprised With. Party Twenty friends and class mates of Miss ^Christine Page surprised her Monday night'with a birthday party at the home of Mi's. Sam Lloyd. She was 14. Mrs. Lloyd carried out the Valentine motif in all her decorations and entertainments. Games and contests ^y.ere played, fortunes were "revealed" and Valentines "-were -given to each guest at the imitation postofficc. Emily Crimm and Alma Dean Mavsh&anks received prizes in the heart -search. The latter also won the. prize for writing tne best birthday wish for the guest oi honor. After the gifts were opened, the hostess served iced drinks, sancl- \viches, cake and candy. She was assisted:by Miss Reda Burns, Mrs. Johnny Hocott, and Mrs. Eurice .White. * » * Crook Is New Head of Baonelors' Club Barnes Crook was elected president of the Bachelors ciub lor 1S41 at a meeting Tuesday night in .the Rose Room of the Hotel Noble. He succeeds J. T. Sudbury' who has served in that capacity since the organization of the club. Rouse. Harp was named vice president and L.-G. Thompson Jr., re-elected to the office of treasurer. Ofiicers will be installed at a Valentine, party Thursday night, Feb. the American Legion Hut. At this party, former members-of- the club will also be entertained. . : Nine new members of the club were announced. They were David Groskin, Joe Dillard, Walter Day, Eugene Hood, Dr. James C. Guard, George Grear. Robert Jontz, Edward Edds, Russell Reinmiller. * * + . . • Plays With Club . Mrs. F. B. Levy, of New York :City, houseguest of Mr. and Mrs. ' C. Modinger, played cards with members of the Town and Country club Wednesday aftemoon at the home of Mrs- O. W. McCutchen. Refreshments were served, during: the games in which Mrs. Mo- dinger was high and Mrs. 'James B..Clark, second high scorer. Auxiliary Continues Sewing for Red Cross Woman's Auxiliary of St. Stephen's Episcopal church continues to sew for the American Red Cross and is now making layettes to help fill the local district quota. Eleven members of the group met Monday afternoon at the' home of Mrs. E. R. Mason. The devotional was given 'by Mrs. J. Louis Cherry and the study program was conducted by Mrs. A. G. Little. Refreshments were served during the social how which followed, •'•*'• * Are Guests of Club Mrs. Marvin Robinson and Mrs. M. A. Isaacs were guests of Mrs. C. A. Cunningham Wednesday when she was hostess to members of the Wednesday Bridge club for a party at her home. A blue and white color scheme was carried out in the table decorations, Mrs. Robinson was high and Mrs. Isaacs, second high in the games which followed lunch. * * * Ciub Has New Members The ADC Bridge club which met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. James Terry has two new members, Mrs. S. G. Shelton and Mrs. Harold Nunn. At the party at the Terry home, Mrs. Harold Schnec was high and Mrs. William Young, second" high scorer in the games. The hostess served a sandwich plate with iced drinks. * * * Sisterhood Has Supper Meeting A supper for members ' of the Sisterhood of Temple Israel was given at the home of Mrs. Max Meyers Wednesday night when Mrs. S. Joseph and Mrs. J. 1 Applebaum were co-hostesses with Mrs. Meyers. A bouquet of roses and heart candies which formed designs on the tabJc were in keeping with the Valentine motif. Mrs. Adolph Meyers was a guest for the supper. A reading was given by Roberta Florman. In the business session which followed supper. Mrs. Joseph and Mrs. Max Meyers were appointed n com- mitttee Lo select a play for "PuYim" to be given in the Temple March 9- * * * CUil) 28 Will Hiivc Dance at Clubhouse Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Higginson. Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Henderson and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fleemnn will .entertain members of Club 28 with a dance at the Woman's club tonight. " . The affair which is the first one to be given this year will be at 9:00 o'clock. •••f « jc Has Club Tarty American Beauty roses and -Japanese irises formed the centerpiece of Mrs. ,J. Nick Thomas' luncheon table when she had the Tuesday Bridge club party at her home. Besides the club members, her guests ,were -Mrs. Marvin Robinson ah'd" 1 Mrs. Walker PI. Baker. ! : In the games which followed lunch. Mrs. Fred Child was high and Mrs. W. D. Chamblin, second high scorer. Bits of News Mostly Personals .Read Courier Mews want ads. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Tucker returned , Wednesday night from Washington, D. C., and other Eastern points. They were in the capitol city for the inauguration of President Roosevelt and also to visit their daughter, Mrs. F. C. Hathorne. After spending two weeks there, they went to Richmond, Va., to be the guests of Dr. and Mrs. R. F. Smart and to Ashevillc, N. c., for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Patterson, formerly of here. Mrs. Ray Williams of Byhalia, Miss., who has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Dickinson and family here, will return home Friday. Mrs. Dickinson and daughter, Jim, will motor her to Byhalia and spend several days before going to Tyro. Miss., for a visit with other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Beck arc in Paclucah, Ky., today for the funeral of Mrs. Beck's brother-in- law, W. C. Mitchell, of Detroit. Mrs. Tom A. Little and daughter, Miss Frances'"Little, left this mom- ing lor Evansvillc, Ind., to spend two days with Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Nabb. Among the Blytheville people in Gates. Tenn.. Wednesday for the funeral of'^Henry Humphreys' father. S. T."Humphreys, were: Mrs. W. M. Taylor. Mrs. G. E.- Keck, Mrs. Robert Purvis, Miss Pauline Lee, Mrs. J. E.- Crook and Mrs. Edgar Borum. Mr. and Mrs. D. Simmons will leave Saturday by motor for Florida and will return immediately with Mrs. Frank Simmons who has been spending three months . with her son in Miami. Ben Levy Jr., will leave Monday for Annapolis. McL, to become a member of the^senior class of the United States Naval Academy along with 5,000 other college graduates who, were recently chosen to become officers of the United States Naval Reserve upon completion of a special half-year course at the Academy. The regular 1941 senior class whch was -to be graduated in May was -graduated this week in order that the new class of seniors can begin work. Mi- Levy, a graduate of the University of Illinois, Urban a, has already had his month's cruise which the Unitec States naval academy seniors usually take following graduation. Henry Hoyt, of Leachville, will also' enter the Academy at the same time. Mr. and Mrs. James C. Hale, of Marion, who are now in Little Rock where Mr. Hale is a member of the state legislature, spent .the week end. here with Mr. Halc's parents, Mr. and Mr*. E. A. Hale, and their son, Bob, who is staying here with hLs grandparents, while his parents are in Little Rock. Cecil Goodwin, of Marion, was a Sunday guest' of the "Hales. The Rev. Eupha D. Beasley and Mrs. S, B. Damron have returned to Port Smith after having visited Mrs. Damron's daughter, Mrs. Jack Parker, and family here for a few days. They were accompanied home by the Parkers' daughter. Brenda, who will visit them there, and Miss Ola Hoskins, who has been making her home here but is returning to Port Smith to reside. At The Hospitals BlytiieviUe Hospital Dud Brewer, Wilson, admitted. John Shanks, city, admitted. • Mrs. Margaret Walker, city, dismissed, .Miss Eva Williams, city, dismissed. Walls Hospital' Larry Dale Robinson, Manila, admitted. Mrs. T. H. Hayun. Manila, admitted. Mrs- A. B. Colston, city, dismissed. Memphis Baptist Hospital Clinton Crews. O.sceola, admitted. Charles Hester, Steele. admitted. Mrs. Coleman Crews, Osceola, admitted. Memphis Methodist Hospital Mrs. . W.. E. Gentry, Osceola, aci- ni tted. . Memphis St. Joseph's Hospital WUford White, Claruthersville, Tdmittcd- ' Want To Join The Navy? Recruiters Here Friday All Blytheville and Mississippi County young men between the ages of 17 and 31 interested in enlisting Jn the U. S. Navy may apply at the county court house from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday when an examining board visits Btytheville to take applications and conduct preliminary examinations. Naval recruiting officers .said to-day that young men accepted now I will not be subjected to a long waiting period. For those who want to enlist, a place is ready; because the Arkansas Recruiting District has been assigned a quota of 260 apprentice seamen this month. Arkansas enlistees will go to the Naval Training Station at Norfolk Va. More than 20 technical branches arc open to applicants for Navy service. Payment begins at S21 a month, above food, clothing- and shelter—which are provided by the government—and is raised to $36 after four months. After a year in Ihe service, .seamen receive $5(3 monthly. Chief Turret Captain J. L. Allen will be in charge of interviews and examinations here Friday at Ihe court house. THURSBAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1941 Cuba, with its 44,164 squaro miles of area, i.s the 14th largest of the..islands of the world. Eye Clinic Is Held For Young Children CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo., Feb.,6. — Sixty-two children of early -school age, and pre-school age, were examined in an eye clinic held here this week, conducted by Dr. Garland A. Reynolds of Cape Girardeau. Twelve defective vision cases were:found, and fourteen who needed glasses. The clinic was for youngsters over the entire county, and was made passible by funds i subscribed by Arl J. DilLman, J Johnny Garrctt, Steele Rotary Chib, 'and the American Legion. Glover Infant Wiil Be Buried At Dell The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Glover, Dell, born yesterday, died at 10 o'clock last night at the home. Funeral services were conducted at Wllkerson Cemetery, near Half Moon, at 2 p.m. today. The child was the first born to Mr. and Mrs. Glover. The mother was reported resting well today. Cobb Funeral Home was in charge. Hearings For Five Are Set For Feb. 8 CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo.,, Feb. G. —Five Pemiscot County men, charged with operating gambling devices, and illegal sale of liquor, and also with contempt of court in violation of an injunction issued in 1935, will face preliminary hearings here Saturday, Feb. 8. The hearings, originally set for. last weekend, were postponed because of the death of Chief Deputy Sheriff Jack Anderson of Hayti, who dropped dead of heart failure at the courthouse here last Friday morning. The.five arc: Hubert utley, Russell Corbin, James Webb, Hollis . Baird, Robert Dickey, and Bun Campbell also faces a charge of illegal sale of liquor. The charges grew out of a raid conducted oy sheriff's officers some weeks ago on the Crescent Night club near Holland, reputedly operated by Utley with the other men as his assistants. The Crescent had been padlocked, and an injunction is- sued against its operation • in 1835, according lo authorities. J. B. Husbands Is Named Yearbook Sports Editor J. B. Husbands, son of Dr and Mrs, F. L. ; Husbands, of BJythc- ville, has been named sports editor on, the staff of the 1941 yearbook, "The Indian," at the "Arkansas State College, Jonesboro, it was learned today. The Blytheville youth is a senior at the .school. SOOTHES CHAFED SKlf • IM'MUe.'iMtfer ;.- 1 The Moors were the first to make! Morocco leather ,a type - of fancy 1 leather tanned from goatskins ahttii much used as a classic binding fcfi A the books.- H During 1939, 5928 merchant ships passed through the pana'ma! Canal, an increase of 302 over the preceding year. • : Bishop Will Conduct Services Here Sunday Bishop R. Bland Mitchell, of Little Rock, will conduct services at the Episcopal churches here and at Osceola Sunday. Holy communion service will be at 11:00 o'clock Sunday morning at St. Stephen's Episcopal church in this city- Time of the service for Calvary Episcopal church, Osceola, will be announced later. The ride of Paul Revere has been estimated at approximately 10 miles; exact distance, however is unknown. Read Courier News wam ao*.••'> ] TFYOURllOSf "CLOSES UP* TIGHT AT NIGHT HINDERS BREATHiNI-IPOfLS tiff F I Here's mighty good news . . ;if your nose "closes »Mung cumcuit, put 3-pur-3 va-tro-nol up each nostril, f pose c nosr, ,,y a ~u tr ?", no1 does 3 important things(I) shrinks swollen membranes. • ..And remember, ££&«? ing if used in time. WESTERN UNION FEBRUARY BIRTHDAY SALE ONLY DRUG STORES OFFER 0 YOU Texott BARGAINS MENTHOLATUM LAST TIMES TODAY ^^^^HW^^^^WOVMMmHi LUX THEATRE LUXORA «ta(.• 5a(.-S«i«. 2 and <J r.M Every Night 7 r.M. Always We - We LAST TIMES TODAY Judy Canova The Jenny Lind of OTOrk^ in wtr»v» KI Also Paramount tioii Please/ FRIDAY BARGAIN DAT . Malmec lOc & 20c Night l»c & i»c i Frederic March & Hetty Field 'SCATTER8RJUM' _*, A pcterc for the entire family vivIURY 'Also Carlcoh and News i : A Show that Is Different — Also Srlcrtnfl Shorts FRIDAY-SATURDAY i LISTEN TO KLCN I IfoM a-te.—12:45 p.m.—4:30 jun. ADVENTURE: ACTION: T»I*« i-' '• *^ Tbc ,3 Mesqtri leers in ' j Phone Ritz 224 Phone Rosy 322 'COVERED mm \ -J*J>XY DAYS 1 Robert Livingston. Raymond llat- , ton. Duncan Rcnaldo AJ.MJ Slid Cbapler of Fu Man Chu TUESDAY IS PAL ^i^T^i j Inspired by the latest Paris ami Hollywood designs:. "TWIN KITE STRETCH" by . VENUS is the foimd-.Uion garment that \vi\l enhance your figure to the spirited Unas of fashion. You will find fabrics -that arc exquisitely .v O ft . . . power-Las- tcx that clings and molds the ligurc to fragile beauty and charm. 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