The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 18, 1941 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, February 18, 1941
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Social Calendar . WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS \ Mrs: ' A. G. Hall, entertaining Tuesday Contract club. Mrs. Hirtm "Wylie entertaining Delta Contract'club. , ABO ^Bridge club meeting with Mrs. Harold.Nunn. _Mrs. M. A. Isaacs entertaining Wednesday Bridge'- club. > -MUs. C. B. Wroten having "Town and Country club. - THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Harold Davis entertaining Jolly Eight-Club. Sisterhood. of Temple Israel meeting 7:00 o'clock with Mrs. M Hubenstein v in .Osceola. Mrs. O. Usrey entertaining hristian social service^ Mrs. R. O. Allen, secretary of social activities. • a report was given on the garments which are being made for the Ked Cross. The Auxiliary has made 39 men's convalescing, robes in .addition to sweatees,* layettes ernoon for a program led by Mrs. Rooert Grimes on "An Urgent Gospel: Free Or Bound." Mrs. R.' L. Reeder gave the devotional, "Radiant Joy," from the 31st Psalm, after which the following speakers discussed these subjects: Mr* G. J. Walker, "Gospel Bound By- Debt": Mrs. C. W. Aland dresses made* ty individuals. Hick, "Gospel Bound By Covet- Alid-Week Bridge club. " '-Mrs. Charles Alford having Thursday Bridge club. - Miss Jane McAdams entertaining .Cee-Que Bridge club. -Thursday Desert club meeting -with Mrs. B. F. Brogdon. , Mrs. L. G, Nash having Thursday Afternoon club. / Mrs. O. W. AClicfc entertaining - Thursday Luncheon club. Thursday Contract club meeting with Mrs. G. E. Keck. Mrs. Prank- Myers having Y.M.JB. club. , FRIDAY'S EVENTS , Mrs. Francis Jackson entert&tn- , ing C. B. C. club. Friday Contract club meeting ;'with Miss Virginia Nunn. . Altar 'Society, Church of the Im- maculate Conception, sponsoring _ bingo party, 8:15 o'clock, at Catho- t He Hall. Music Department, Woman's club, ' meeting at high school auditorium, '3:30 o'clock, - Mrs. J. E. Beasley was. in charge of -the program on ^"Stewardship of Money." Mrs. James A. =• Over- hplser sang a solo. She was accom- 'pa" hied by Mrs. Hermon Carlton. Membeis of Circle Two served refreshments at the close of the meeting. ..* •" * -; Group To Work With Red Cross Six circles of the Woman's Society of Christian Service, . First Methodist; church, made plans to work with the local chapter of the American Red Cross in knitting and sewing for war victims nt their meetings Monday afternoon, Mrs. B. A. Lynch was a visitor, at. the meeting of Circle One at ;he home of Mrs. Roland Green, tfrs. Harold Eggenspcrger lostess to the 11 members. Mrs. Toby Long gave the devotional. Ten members of Circle 'rwo met at the home.of Mrs. Charles "Crigger Jr., Mrs. M. O. Usrey gave trie devotional on "Love." Mrs. W. T. Oberst and Mrs. Ray Miller were hostesses to 11 niem- oers of Circle Three at the Opersfc home. Mrs. Sam Owens and Mrs. H. G. Partlojv arc new memoers. Tnc devotional' was given by Mrs. Oberst. Mrs. W. M. Taylor gave the ousness"; -Mrs. Leslie Moore, "The Gospel Freed By Tithing and Offering"; Mrs. J. Q.". Barnes, "The Gospel Freed By Training Young People." Mrs. Harry FritzLus song a solo and the group was dismissed with prayer by Mrs. J. H. Smart Jr. To Hold Music Festival Bits of News Mostly Personals .Mrs. H. H.. Houchlns went to Memphis today to consult a specialist. She was accompanied b> Mrs. M. O. Usrey. Mrs. E. Parks of Oxford . Elect Officers A group of officers of the Wo' men's Auxiliary of the First Presbyterian church were elected at a . meeting of the Auxiliary Monday afternoon at the church. Mrs. G. W. DUlahunty, president, and other officers elected when she ,v?as continue in office for another New ones who will serve with them are as follows: Mrs. Jesse White, vice president; . Mrs. Roy Walton, secretary; Mrs. - Ray. Worthington, treasurer; Mrs. W. A,»Dobyns, secretary of Assem- : bly's home missions; Mrs. Doyle 'Turner,- secretary of religious education and publications; Mrs. T. J. v Mahan, secretary of pastor's aid; "Mrs. Dixie Crawford, secretary of BOXY TUESDAY-WEDNESDA Uiemoers. ,of Ci.cieli-our at tne noaie oi Mrs. S. K. Garrect. Visitors were Mrs. Wilson Henry and Mr*. b. E. Webb. Mrs. F. C. Magiiire is a new member of Circle Five .which met at, the home of Mrs. Jesse Taylor. Eleven members heard Mrs. O. N. Hawkins give the devotional. New Club A new bunco club which will meet each Friday afternoon has neen organized by eight young matrons of the city. Tlie name oi tne club is to be "Jolly Eight," First meeting- oi" the group was Friday at the home of the president, Mrs. Gene Reagan, went to Mrs. W. H. Bradberry lor high, Mrs. Harold Davis lor uunco and Mrs. Robert Weidman lor low score. The hostess served a salad course with iced drinks at the conclusion of the games. Members of the club are: Mrs. Reagan, Mrs. Bradberry, Davis, Mrs. Wiedman, ivirs. Haroia AnaersOn, Mrs. Jonn Noien, ,W. C. Colston, Mrs. Houston Caudle. > * * * J. B. Clune Is Honored By Club Members of me Young People'! Cluo of. the Cnurch oi the inv luaculace. conception were enter- uuned.with a party given lor J. Ciune Monday n*gnc at tne home Miss., and Mrs. E. B. Swearingen cf Memphis, are spending this week here with Mr, and Mrs, W 0. Leggett and family. Mrs. Park is the mother and Mrs. Swearin ;en, a sister of Mrs. Leggett, Mrs. C. G. Redman is restin 'ery well at Walls hospital follow ng a major operation performe Sunday morning. She was admit ted to the hospital Saturday morn Mrs. E. D. Ferguson' Mrs. Sallie Hubler were hostesses to or ivuss Ain oreen. and white hearts carrying out a Valentine motif. Cookies and beverages were served, and prizes in Bin go. were Skippy Wilson Walter Statler, the business session was opened. A committee composed of Mrs. Raydo Veach, Mrs. W. D. Vastbinder and Mrs. Sambo Tolerance Will Be The In appreciation of the town's support, the • Blytheville band is sponsoring a music festival Thursday night at the city auditorium at 7:30 o'clock, the program for which was announced today by Charles G. Morehead,. band director. Two hundred students will participate in the music festival. The public is invited to hear this pro-j Sunday afternoon at 3:00 o'clock. and Margaret Ludwig. , Attractive 'Pincher was appointed to buy items .'avors were presented to all the! for the clubhouse. Week Program Sunday Brotherhood Week"? sponsored annually by the National Conference of Christians and-Jews, in connection with Washington's Birthday, wili be observed in- Temple Israel children. Mrs. Springfield was assisted in serving by- her -sister-in- law, Miss Jane Springfield, • of Memphis. Dr. and Mrs. J. N. Jerome and daughter, Fonda Mae, visited their sons, Quentin and Newel, _students at Polytechnic, Institute, Auburn, Ala.-, last week. ,.••'.-.. ing, Mr. and Mrs, Eddie Cummins Also "Information Please" Comedy Ferguson nome. The 'devotional was given ay Mrs. A. O. Hudson. \ Bridge Party Given At hall Home Monday *A cridge parly lor 24. guests was given Monciay. night .by Miss Mary j'o Hall'and-Miss Frances Hojland ic tne Hail home. •George; Wusnington's birthday was used as the basis for the red, wnite-and clue decorations. Miniature flags were table markers and guv, packages were tied m me three colors. •-••'. >: Uessert plates ; of cherry ^.,£arts ,were brnameJJ£ed ! 'wit.h cameo i'avbrs of Ueorge Wasningtbn, : \ynile tailiei were also in "'. tne pa trio uc theme. Miss Maurme Branson received high score pilze and Miss Margaret bnaver, second high score pnze in t-hc games. Tne Dndgo award went co Miss Mary Eunice Layson. . •'»,••». : ; * • • Have Program Meeting: Sixty two members of the Woman's Missionary Union of the First Baptist' church and five visitors met at the church Monday aft- A iormer.'. pjesjuent oi the club the guest of nonor will leave, \vea- nesaay, lor JatKsonviue, Ma., wnere nc is to be stationed with tne Vnited States Army'. Tne twenty peopie present played cards auu games and later presented Mr. Cume witn a gift, i-acner B. F. McDevitt, made a larewell talk. At tne conclusion of the party, sanawicnes * and iced driiiKs . were served. .'.*'# * » Change Night of Party Tne bingo . party which was scheduled for .Tnursday. night at the catnolic Hall has been postponed until the lollowing nigat oe- causc of; .completing engagements. The party is to pe sponsored by the Altar, Society .of tne Cnurcn of the .immaculate Conception and will begin at 8:15 o'clock- and daughter, Betty, who have made their home here during cotton season, have returned -to Memphis to reside. Miss Louise Lewis of Tiptonvllle, Tenn., returned home Monday morning after having spent the week end here with her sister, Mrs. O. T. Willingham, and family and her brother, Harry Lewis, and family. Mrs. - Willingham accompanied her home for a week's visit. ' • William "Bud" Heath is improving from pneumonia after having been removed from Walls hospital to his home. . ':,. Mrs. Glenn Ladd, Mrs. Robert Grimes,. Miss Lola Nason, and Miss Margaret Thomas were in Jciiesboro Saturday for the _all day district training course taught by. Miss Mary Esther Brooks, director of : Dlxle Region, • Mrs. Mabel Watts has gone to Shreveport, La., for a -visit with her son, Jack Watts. She returned with him and her -brother, Leon Adams, who were called here because of the death of Mrs. Watts' mother, Mrs. W. R. Adams. A. 3M VanWinkle is resting well at Blytheville hospital today after having undergone.^'ambled transfusion last night.'" His condition became critical Monday when he was removed to the hospital. gram without charge-as the guests of the band, Mr. Morehead stated. High point of the program will be presentation of part of Beethoven's "Third Symphony" by the concert band which during the past year was awarded first divi- sioi 1 ! rating in the Northeast Arkansas .Festivals. During 1939, the band was first "division winner in the marching band section. The one. hour program .is to be made up of several numbers by band and five tonette bands, euphonium solo by Bill Morse, accordion solo by Joe Evrard, tonette solo by John White, a cornet ensemble, and flag swinging and ba- A panel discussion on the subject of "Education and Tolerance" will be presented by a group of school superintendents of Mississippi County. C. L. Bird, of Wilson, will speak on . "Making the Child Immune "against Intolerance;" Roy E. Dawson, of Osceola, on "The Roots of Intolerance;"" J.M. 'Burnett, of (Joiner, on "The School as a Factor ' for Unity in the Community," and W. D. McClurkln, of Blytheville, on "The Contribution of the School to the Democratic Way of Life." Demonstration Club News Notes Elect Officers Mrs. Jack Robinson was elected president of the Hill Farm Home Demonstration' club Tuesday afternoon at a meeting at the home of Mrs. W. 'C. Hanback. Other officers chosen were: Mrs. B. F. Reynolds, vice president; Mrs. W. C. Hanback, secretary," and Mrs. W. R-. Hodge, reporter. Miss Inez 'Kincaid, county home the talks there will demonstratioi aeent be an informal round-table dis- ^ smeine cussion conducted by the speakers- l • The group voted to clean the clubhouse and yard and plant shrubbery and flowers on Tuesday. Tlie basket quilt pattern, will be used in making the next club quilt to be sold at the next supper. A sandwich plate decorated with a heart was served with coffee by the hostess, Mrs. , Walter Statler, who was assisted by Mrs. Chandler. Mrs. Bob Veach, Mrs. Dave Flagg and Mrs. Osborn Bowers will be hostesses for the next meeting, 1 Thursday^ March 13. Pull the Trigger on Lazy Bowels, and' Comfort Stomach, too When constipation brings on acid indigestion, stomach upset, bloating, dizzy spells, gas, coated tongue, sour taste and bad breath,- your stoniach is.probably "crying the blues" because your bowels don't move. It calls for Laxative-Senna to pull the trigger on those lazy bowels, combined with Syrup Pepsin to save your touchy stomach from further dis- ton twirling exhibition by five ma- and questions will be asked from Luxora Students On College Honor Roll LUXORA, Avk., Feb. 18. — Two Luxora high school honor graduates are continuing their high scholastic records at the school they are attending. Jorettes. The complete program follows: I. The Concert Band 1. March, "Legionnaires on Parade". . .Kleffmann, 2. Reverie, "Chapel Shrine"—i LeonL 3. Overture, "Mantilla".. .Yoder. 4. Cornet Ensemble, "Palms of. Florida"... Chenette. Richard .Roberts, Johnny White, Bill Chamb-in, Steve Brooks, Donald Hickman, George Green, 'Virginia Swearengen-, Harry C. ... ..Fair. '5. Overture, "Eroica" Beetho••'•••^ ' ven. " ; •. .'• :; : .i,' r.6; Baritone : Solo, "Bride of the -,-...:•-Waves".-.'•'.Clarke.'- Bill Morse, •:;;v' Soloist; June Workman, Acc,. • '. companist. . II. The Tonette Bands 1. "All Through the Night," Lange Band, directed by Miss 'Thomas. 2. "Lullaby," Sudbury • Band, di; : reeled by Miss Silaz. ^-"Whispering Hope" Central -.••(Third and Fourth grades.', :: ,Miss Hancock.: .';4. "Alma, Mater." Central (Fifth , and Sixth' grades), Miss . Nason. > 5. "Angelus," Junior. High. Miss : ••:..". Hood. i^.j6^ "^vud Lang .Syne" & "Oorn- '.. "''-". " .Pah Waitz"," Ensemble, Mr. ^'More-head. - . ; 7.' r bold, John White. : .8,.'.'Blue Bells of Scotland," ;'Oi^Massed Tonette Bands. . . filll:Accordion solos by Joe' Evrard. the floor. the group l ^ ? tress. For years, many Doctors have used pepsin compounds as vehicles, or'car- devon devotional was led by Mrs. Laura j tive con tains Syrup Pepsin. Insist on bora. Each member told what she; Dr. Caldwell's Laxative Senna combined stated today when he made announcement. ;|had done to improve her garden ^•and what her garden'was worth to tne her family. WUson Society—Personal Mrs. Reynolds spoke on "Preparing the Soil"; Mrs, Hodge on "Raising Vegetables"; ar.d Mrs. Franklin ._ _ _ wj on "The Cooking of Vegetables". loVe'the'teste oT this 'pleasant"family Miss Kincaid demonstrated making, laxative. Buy Dr. Caldweil's Laxative nigs of burlap. ' Senna at your druggist today. Try one with Syrup Pepsin. See how wonderfully the Laxative Senna wakes up lazy nerves and muscles in your intestines to bring welcome relief froiu constipation. And the good old Syrup Pepsin makes this laxative so comfortable and easy ,on your stomach. Even finicky children Mason? Postpone Meet There-will riot, be a. meeting of the Royal Arch Masons tonight as was originally .announced, officers stated today. The next meeting of the group wlH be Tuesday, March 4, o'clock at the Hall, at 7:30 Great Britain lost 9.031,828 tons of merchant shipping between Aug. 14, J914, and Oct. 31, 3918. RITZ THEATRE MATINEE BARGAINS AFTERNOONS lOc & 20c (tax included) 1:45. P. M.-6.-00 P. M. M^Rodgers and ..Joseph Ed- forseTeV; \yere .'listed ''oh', \ the 'honor'roll "for"the first .semester "at Arkansas .State College, Jonesboro,' •recently announced. Louie Rodgers, the son of, Mr. and Mrs. M JI. Rodgers, of; Luxora, received outstanding recognition while a student in the Luxora school., having taken an active part in the Dramatic club, was editor of the school paper, "Tlie Panther", received the Commercial medal and.was valedictorian of hisj class. Since entering Arkansas State, working for a B. S, degree with, a.major in business administration and minors in Military t': Majorettes':" fia : g • swinging .-' rati'd : . ; .-baton twining. '/;'.'- - '•' . h"Vilia I -;....Lehar. . . 2.•-'• Arkansas .,Tiaveler".,.air. • by - ^Whistler ; & ..Hummel. Sarah .. ; 'Lou McGutchen, Mary K. Rose, "*Ernestine Halsell, SaUie Math'• '-• jis', •;Jackie tMc'Ghee. V. The".Concert Band. : March, "America, T Lovc.You. •• : Farr. by Yoder. I-aisy Greemveii, 'daughter oi Mr v and Mrs.. Aloert ureemvel). celebrated her.sixcri birthaay wiin a party at her home on Friday' afternoon, when. 25 of her little frienas were entertained. In. the valentine contest Junior Hale . won tiie pnze, and other .prizes were won by Jean Hill, Sonny Wallace and isi'o'rnia Lee Heeves. Ice cream and cake were served to. the cnn- uren, and favors of balloons ana vaientme cancties were also given. .Assisting Mrs. Greenweil in serv- Jng and directing the games'were aer mother, Airs. W.' T/ Beaie, Mrs. W. A. Williams, Mrs. V. B. Waddell, and'Mrs. O. M. Hill Jr. ot Osceo.a. • : .-•*.. C- _'. s i Have Joint Partj-. Miss Meanor bpringneld and hev .brother, Baker Springfield Jr., ;cucn enteriamecl several ol 1 their • : irierids with a joint parcy-at tneir :ccumry home near briver on Sac- J urday afternoon. . ' v MyiUianist Daughtei-y, - spn/pf ;Mr. and'- Mfs?v&*"o>.. Daugiieny,*tretiirh- tcr Sunday to Tampa, f la.,'\-where ne is in the air^coips, after a two weeks leave of absence on account of illness. The .lovely country home •''was decorated with streamers or t During the social hour, the members discussed plans for having a grab box. At the next meeting at the home of "Mrs/ D. F. Halls, din-' , ner will be served from food each | member has canned. »'»,*• Plan Membership Contest ' Plans for a membership contest were made at a meeting of the Lost Cane Home Demonstration club Thursday when 14 members and one new member, Mrs. J. L. Mitchel, attended. Purpose of the contest is to obtain a larger attendance at meetings and new members. Mrs. Bpb Veach and Mrs." C. A. Evans were appointed captains of the groups. The losing side will entertain ' the winners. Meeting was opened by repeating the club collect led by Mrs. T. A. Bourland. After a poem by Mrs. laxative that comforts your stomach, too. Amazing low prices. Stunning new patterns! /At The Hospitals BlytheviUc Hospital A. M. . Van Winkle, city, ad- science, English and Agriculture,'mitted. :i he has rated on the honor roll, i Mrs. Ira Crawford, city; admitted, having at least'a "B" average. j Mrs. Paul Greemveii. city, ad- Edward Worseley ,a member oflmitted/ the Dramatic club, is serving as j oud Brewer, Wilson, dismissed, cheer leader for Arkansas State, j . Walls Hospital He was the salutatorian of his, | Mrs. N. J. Humphrey, city, ad- clnss, and is now working as a i nutted. Relieva misery direct -without "dosing". Use swift-acting VICKS VAPORUB NEEDED- At A!! Times Good Beauty Operators! START YOUR TRAINING BARGAIN RATE DURING FEBRUARY^CASH , •....' Usual $65 Rate If Paid in Installments! ONLY 6 MONTHS TO FINISH COURSE REQUIREMENTS: Minimum 18 Years of Age Plus 2 Years School or Completion of Nelson Test. Eagle School of Beauty Culture Walnut and Second Phone 319 junior student, for a B. S. degre with majors in agriculture and i business administration, and min- 1 Bud Heath, city, dismissed. Cecil Gurnow, city, dismissed. Memphis Baptist Hospital ors in English and Military science, i Boyd Eomines, Manila, admitted. The Dominion of Canada produced 120,976,000 pounds of factory, cheese during- 1939. It took 216 gallons to make a fun of ale when that liquid sure was in general use. A 30-DAY SPECIAL FOR MONDAYS—TUESDAYS WEDNESDAYS ^THURSDAYS AND FRIDAYS Continuous Show At Ritz Every Day Save Money—Attend Early & NOW SHOWING AT THE RITZ '(TUE.-WKD. & THURS.) PHILADELPHIA STORY WITH Cary Grant - Katherine Hepburn & James Stewart ALSO NEWS & SHORTS "I Afternoon Matinees—lOc & 20c i . . ^ , 1:45 p.m. lo'0:00 p.m. ,,V •' Continuous Sho>y Every Day \> r o. Amorican.s have our problerns. too. DifHcult perhaps. but vital, nevertheless, to our wcll-bcuig. One important feature in our American Way of Life is (he modern, public wuter system. In our own community for example ... a mer^ turn of a faucet and a cascade of pure, healthful Syater is at hand 24 hours a day. -'/ : BLYTHEVILLE WATER CO. BCKNAUD ALLEN. "\VHlcr Is Your Cheapest.'' Commodity*' The New York Store Announces A SENSATIONAL /ALE OF Claussner SILK HOSE "For those who like the Finest! In order to supply our customers with Nylon flo sc we are forced to buy three dozen silk hose for every dozen Nylons. To keep a full stock of Nylons we are compelled to sell three pairs o» Claussner alk hose for every pair of Nylons. .-•:...,. Therefore we must reduce our present stock of CLAUSSNER SILK HOSE Sale Starting Wednesday, February 19th For A Few Days Only! Lot S35 TWO-THREAD ti nn v i i 45 GAGE CREPE TWIST * alue only Or 3 Pairs for $2.25 Lot 304 THREE-THREAD - f . ftn v . . 45-GAGE GREPE TWIST * • Value only Or 3 Pairs for $2.25 Lot 302 THREE-THREAD 7Q v i i 45-GAGE TIGH TWIST yc Valuc only Or 3 Pairs for §L65. .These prices will he withdrawn as soon as present stock is exhausted. We reserve the right limit quantity and none sold on club plan al prices. The New York Store Exclusive Dealer In Blytheville for Claussner Hosiery 79c 79c 59c

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