The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 14, 1941 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

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FRIDAY, PEBRUAfe 14, i!Ml . (ARK.) COI.TRTER Man And Boy—The Greek Is PAGE'THREE Tiny Scale Model Is Made Of Marbles, Pearls and Copper Wire PHILADELPHIA (UP) ~ Aaron Liss, who believe.* in the adage "2ood tilings come in .small packages," has built a-scale- mod?) of the universe, .small enough to fir into a cigar box. The model, made up O f marbles tiny pearls, copper wire and a .sleel washer, was made on the s'-ale of 1 to 2,851,200,000,000. The 45000000 miles .between the .sun and earth Ls brought' clown 10 a mere two inches. Llss, who in Die daytime is employed in a dress factory and at night as an amateur astronomer, created the packet-sized universe in which the sun is represented by a marble, surrounded by crystals of various sizes, each in scale,'representing the planets. Each; planet has its moons, tiny pearls held in plate by fine copper wires, and .steel washers are used for Saturn's rings. ' " ,. .- • LJ.ss began work on the "miniature" field when he read a ivhvs- paper article of a man who had written the Lord's Prayer on ihe back of a postage stamp. Although he had only reached the fourth grade in a school in his native Russian Ukraine, he believed he could do better. His first auempt was writing the complete history of King' Solomon on a postcard. He .squeezed 10 chapters from the Book "of Kin™.. 15.090 Hebrew characters, on the card. • Mr. and Mrs.'Jettie Driver, Mr. vl Mrs. D. .H. -Btockwooa Jr Mr*. R. s. Wilson and Robert aillespto were guests in Memphis Wednesday night and Thursday Mr. and Mrs, P. E. TompkJns and claufchtcrh, Martha and Jean, visited iliolr daughter, Mrs Irvin Butler nnd Mr. Butl/* in Memphis this week. Mr, and Mrs. Butler Imvo recently moved into their new homo on Lowell and Shelley uvemw.s. 'Miss-Lillian Jaffe is seriously ill ".L the Methodist Hospital in Memphis. CHAMPION BOV HERO—Anastasia Cbara- larrfboponlos, 13, followed his lather to the front, helped cap- IUJ-P spies in Korifza. Greeks ' '"'" k » v a lance corporal Osceola Society—Personal Mr*. I'rewitt Entertains. Two attractive parties given by Mrs."W. W. Prewitt were among the largest social events of the week. On Wednesday afternoon 28 quests enjoyed an afternoon of I.-ridge in ;i red and white Valentine setting. Madeira pillow cases went to Mrs.. M. S. Waggoner for highest .score; a black and gold waste basket to Mrs. Ed Simmons for second : high score and a set of bath towels to Mrs. T. V. Conner for consolation. Mrs. Joe Hires and Mrs. T. P. Hudson of Luxora were the only out-of-town guests. Mrs. Prewitt is also entertaining five tables of rlayers Friday after.- noori in compliment to. Mrs. D.-H. Blackwood Jr. Mrs. Julia Craig of Memphis, mother of Mrs. Black-, .wood, -will 'be'the- only guest from out-of-town. '.'"'' *•'•'• . •• *' •••_•' ' Mrs. H: J. Kale Hostess. The Valentine motif was used hcucr 'of Lhe twelfth birthriay oft her daughter. Charlotte Driver. j The children skated, then were! served luncheon. Around 14 prizes i were given for various contests and 1 skating stunts Including a balloon !/ice. Valentine layers were given each child. < Ann White was the special guest | of Charlotte while her parents,! were i and fathers who assisted in taking the children to Memphis were C. B. Driver. Mrs. Welby Young, Mrs. N Marshal] scored highest among the members who were all present. Jc».n 'romi'kins- Entertains. Fourteen girl.s of the sixth grade were guests of Jean Tompkins for a buffet .supper ard Bingo party at her home Thursday afternoon and evening. Mrs. Tompkins decorated the house with red hearts By- Mrs. H, J. ^ in the'. two week of Luxora. * * * Attend Conference. The Rev. W. J. Spicer. pastor of the Methodist church, accompanied several members to Blytheville this week for the conference and rally in the interests of the drive to raise $16.000 for Hendrix College and Ministerial Aid. Bishop C. C. Selecman was the principal speaker at the day's meeting. Among those attending were Mrs. J. A. Pigg, Mrs. Susie Keiser, Mrs. Harry Jones. Mrs. Alma Morrison, Mrs. A. Monagan. Mrs. M. S. Waggoner. Jttrs. .Roy E. Dawson. Mrs. G. He6rtsil]> Banks. Mrs. W. B. Cclberr, Mrs. G. B. Segraves, Mrs. Mary Spann. MV.-;. C. E. Lloyd. Mrs. Joe Watson and Miss Nettie Gray. Mrs. Gladish Hostess. The . Osceola - Luxora -Blytheville Night Bridge Club of married con-. .pies were, guests ...at "Seven Ga-| bles," suburban home of Judge and Mrs. S. L. Gladish,. on Tuesday ni?l;t Tcr supper- and. an evening Vs. Gladish'used bloom- arid red Jauoiiica in will undergo a scries of opera- Ic-.ive of absence for one year undjmolor trli) to SI Louis nnrl Pin lio ' lions Mi*. Tongate is remaining Rt the hospital with him. Lindsay Driver spent the weekend with his mother, Mrs E E. Driver unc! family. Mr. Driver, who hns been a member of' the laculty of the El Oorrtdo hlyh employed as u fhtMnl.si at thc)^ Powder. Plnnt, at Milling->""*"'. «chcol for ' , , ten. Trim. R. H. Kemlrick, broth-! cr-in-l«w of Mr. Driver, is -also employed at the plant, Mrs. L. D. Ma.sspy, Mrs. T. P. FiGricln. Mrs. Sam Coble and Mr.s. Wiuklell Jr., lim | S ' Une >' home daughter, Gave, loft Wodnc.sdnv lunht for Lathiun. ill., for a month's visit, with her brother. Dr. A. V. Williams and wife. Dr. and Mr.s. Williams are the parents cl n baby son born at a DecrUur, 3. U Ls tholr Dr. O. Harrell Jones of Houston. Tf.x., will arrive Friday for a, three-day visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Jor.es, and 1 his grandmother. Mr.s. Drucle E. Harrell. who is ill ai her home on Carson Lake. Dr. Jen ex Is enroute to Chicago fcr the meeting of the Chicago Mid-Winter Dental Clinic which '-•cnvenes Feb. 17-21. As president Houston Academy of Den:. a member of the fue- Texa.s Dental College, and editor of the >4 Fm- ter," official magazine of the P.si Omega fraternity, he is serving on several committees at the Chicago mee'ing. He will leave for thai citv Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Walters. Air. and Mrs. Harry C. Matlock and Mrs, R. H. Kendrick drove to Memphis this week to see Talmadge Tongats. who is quite ill at the Baptist, hospital .where he st tlio itnli;-in ol' .superb morale first child. Dr. Williams was reared a I. Driver, a iw\ dilute of Wilson htuh school, tin* University of Arkansas and the University of Ten- IH-SSCC Medical School. TIKI Rev. R. Bland Mitchell of Little Hock wjvs the week ond guest oi' Mr. and'Mrs. W. W. Prewitt and filled the pulpit at Calvary Episcopal Church Sunday night. A RECORD MAKING TIRE AT RECORD MAKING TERMS. PHILLIPS MOTOR CO. r>th & Walnut Phone 810 S BIGGESOHERT f Japonica T ancl .Walters and Mi-s R C Bran ' Jr. Awards were won by' _ Mrs. J. L. Ward and Mrs. Dwight [/ H. Blackwood. Additional guests were Mrs. Jettie Driver, Mrs. Julia Craig of Memphis. Mrs. Charles j E. Sullenger and Mrs. L. W. Wai-1 ters. - ! Gives Skating Party. Mrs. Guy Driver was hostess to 75 children from Osceola, Luxora. Blytheville. Jackson, Term., and Memphis for a skating party at the East End Rink in Memphis in! PRESCRIPTIONS Freshest Stock Guaranteed Best Prices Kirby Drug Stores Wert Optometrist "HE MAKES 'EM SEE" Over Joe Isaacs' Store Phone 540 Hostcs-. ; .™e. Care-Free .Bridge Club of eighl memrs ei ^ supper and ^ss?. s gladioli -were used in decoration of south ° f town and Mr , R . APPROVED Alfalfa Seed Lespedeza Seed Oats Seed Corn All Kinds of Field Seeds Keystone Bulk Garden Seeds BABY CHICKS PURINA FEED Fresh Dressed Poultry L. K. 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Eagle School of Beauty Culture Walnnt and Second Friday-Saturday 'Ghost Valley Raiders' with Donald Barry Chapter 3 "Drums of Fu ManchiT Sunday-Monday ALL NEW thrills of romance, drama, laughs and excrfe- menf/ The MAN with the ORANGE "MEASURING STICK" will show you that among leading low-price cars Ford has ^ Greatest Total Seating Width p{ Most Passenger Room ^ Biggest Inside Length TRT Longest Springbs ase Greatest Front-Seat Headroom Greatest Knee-room Widest Doors Greatest Visibility W HEREVER room means most to your comfort—you'll find that Ford outmeasures the "other two." There's more comfort for you in Ford's broad seats, wider doors and greater inside length. More comfort in Ford's extra front-seat headroom and legroom. Ford's larger windshield and rear window give you a more comfortable—and safer—view o£ the road. And Ford has made riding more comfortable— with a brand new engineering development — ^SLOW-MOTION SPRINGS." The "jarring" and "jouncing" that went with old-type springs is now eliminated. You glide over bumps. These new "Slow- Motion Springs" plus new stabilizer v stiffer frame and improved shock absorbers give Ford a ride that's not just an improvement—£/// completely new! See its new ROOMINESS. Try its great RIDE Discover the faster -'getaway'- with the Ford's POWERFUL V-8 Economy Engine. Then get our "deal"- on your present car. Come in—today! HEW QUIETNESS YOU'll ENJOY a HO CHANGIS bring new Quietness of Ride to the low-price 6eld. I. New Sound Deadening throughout. 2. New Body Rigidity. 3. Body Rubber-Insulated completely from frame. 4. 100% Suffer Frame. 3. Curved Disc Wheels to absorb road rumbles. FORD YOUR FORD DEALE

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