The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 24, 1941 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, February 24, 1941
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1941 Social Calendar I TUESDAY'S EVENTS I Order of Eastern Star having I stated meeting at Hall, ! Maple Grove Cemetery association meeting 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. G, G. Saliba. : Miss Nancy Kirshner-entertaining Double G club, 1 Tuesday Bridge Club meeting ' with Mrs. W. D. Chamblin. I Mrs. Doyle Henderson having \ Tuesday Club. Mrs. " Carlton Smith, Jr., entertaining Tuesday Afternoon Club. Tuesday Bunco Club meeting | with Mrs". R.-P. Lane. Mrs. V. G. Holland having Tuesday Contract Club. ^ WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Chapter D, P. E. O. Sisterhood, , meeting 9:00 o'clock with Mrs- J. 'i A. Leech. • . : Town arid Country Club meeting ! with Mrs. G. G. Caudill, ' Mrs. S. G. Shelton entertaining | ADC Bridge Club at Rustic Inn. Mrs. Russell Parr having Delta Contract Club. Wednesday Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. W. J, Pollard. J. G. G. Club meeting with Jane Shelton. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Executive Board, Woman's Missionary Union, First Baptist i Church, meeting 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. H. H. Brooks. Mrs. Barry Finklea entertaining Y. M. B. Club. Miss Mary Eunice Layson having Cee-Que Bridge Club. Mrs. John P. Lenti entertaining Thursday Contract Club. Thursday .Luncheon Club meet ing with Mrs. Everett B. Gee. Mrs. J. J. Bryant having Thurs day Dessert Club. Mrs. Eddie Regenold entertainin Thursday Afternon Club. Mid-Week Bridge Club meetin with Mrs. J. Louis Cherry. Mrs. Russell Barham havin. Thursday Bridge Club. FRIDAY'S EVENTS World Day of Prayer being observed with program at First Christian Church. 2:30 o'clock. Mrs. Von C. Mullins entertaining C, B. C. Club. Mrs. W.' C. Colston having Jolly Eight Club.. SATURDAY'S EVENTS American Association of University Women, meeting 12:30 o'clock at Hotel Noble. A Turban For Spring The Underwoods Celebrate Their "Golden Wedding" Anniversary Bits of News Mostly Personals Match your spriifg accessories with a knitted turban in colorful sport yarn and use knitting pins for a gay, decorative touch. Even if your knitting sk»U is still in the formative sta&e, you will find this turban easy to make. Mrs. B. E. Igleheart was removed from Walls hospital Sunday tc her home, 1301 Holly street. Ai- 1 hough much improved, she wil. be confined to her home for somi time. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Gates returned Friday from Florida wher^ they spent the .winter. They wen on the Coast most of tin time, spending several weeks at Glearwater and at Tampa. A. M. VanWinkle is improving \t Blytheville hospital where he "ias undergone treatment for a week. He will probably be remov- 2d to his home the ftrst of next week. Miss Winnie Virgil Turner spent -aturdny in Memphis with Miss Willie A. Lawson, of Little Rock, who is undergoing treatment at Campbell's Clinic. Although Miss r awson is now able to be up occasionally, she is expected to remain in the clinic for at least two more -.veeks. Mrs. Edgar Borum has returned frcm Havana, Cuba, where she has :?en \acationing. She went down with Mrs. Samuel F. Norris and -laughter, 'Reen, who are expected to return this week-end. Mr. and Mrs. Kendall Berry and Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Friend were in Little Rock Sunday for the uneral of Marshall Fields, who :iied here Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pride Jr., of SconeviUe, are spending two. weeks lere with Mr. Pride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pride Sr., and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Gray and -laughter, Mary, were in Gates, Tenn., Sunday with Mrs. Gray's mother, who is improving after having developed pneumonia last week. They were accompanied by Mrs. Louise Crane Hiler, who visited her father, C. J. Crane, at Woodville, Tenn. Mr. and Mrs. John Alexander and daughter, of Ripley, Tenn., ••pent the week end here with Mr. Alexander's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walters described the romantic section of Louisiana around St. MartinsvWe and the Evangeline country. Historic places and celebrations in the United States were given by Mrs. E. W. Packard. » J* W Frank Perrin, son of Mrs. Claud Perrin, who is a student at Saint Stanislaus School of Character, Bay St. Louis, Miss., was among the number from the school permitted to go to New Orleans Sunday and Monday for the Mar'di Gras Celebration. Although in the eighth grade, he was taken fro.m the grammar division and placed in the High School Band division. He plays the W. C. Moreland Goes To Naval Training Station A 20»year-old Blytheville filling station, operator left here tod?,y to enter the United States Navy at Norfolk, Va. W. C. Moreland, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Moreland, Route l t said he enlisted for sis years at Little Rock last week. He will go to Jonesboro, thence to Little Rock and to the Naval Training Station at Norfolk, where he wil remain for six weeks before receiving a 10- day leave to come home. After that period., he will'56 aboard ship,' he clarinet. In the first semester he made an average of 94. Mrs. R. S, Wilson was hostess to two tables of bridge players in her nqme Tuesday honoring Mrs. P. H. Blackwood, Jr. High score was made by Mrs. Frank Williams. said. Mrs. Jettie Driver high. won second Mr. and Mrs.-F. D. Underwood .Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Underwood | They came here in 19U to make celebrate their 50th wedding anni- J their home. For the past 25 years, versary today. j Mr. Underwood On 'Feb. 24, 1871, Miss Delia road machinery Whitley, Arkansas born but reared in Charlotte, N. C., became the bride of Mr- Underwood, also of Charlotte, who was in the con- | Although no special celebration trading business. In 1900 they went to Florida and since that time have resided ill Alabama, Mississippi, Memphis, Little Rock and other Southern points. Miss Mildred Hawks spent three days in Memphis with her sister, Mrs. Judith Cox. She also visited, another sister, in Marvel, Ark. Dr. George Cone has returned Underwood had been in the ^om Chicago where he attended business Thev lhe annual sessions of " Mid-Winter De.ntal Muir and Mrs. H. H. Houchins. ( made the trip with Dr. C. M. 1 Moore ol Lexington, Miss., and a of Memphis dentists. Will Accept Recruits In Blytheville Thursday Recruiting Sgt. J. H. Siarnes of Jonesboro will be at the courthouse here all day Thursday to examine and accept young men for the United States Army and Air Corps. Requirements for the Air Corps are: high school education, single men with no dependents, age 18 to 35. have two 'daughters, Mrs. George bcih of this city. IS A PAINFUL CURSE H r A , wMuama K, m ou. ^uuia wno Try relief antisepticaction can give you. is being planned, a number of I fc b j ness Mr _ wimams has ! Millions have been made happy by • • famous Black and Ulute Ointment. WUliarns is in St. this ACNE their friends are expected to drop by their home today to wish them "many more happy anniversaries." Osceola Society—Personal gesiing defense activities were used including tiny airplanes, sub| marines, ships and guns. Mrs. Bernice Cartwright assisted Mr. and Mrs. Edrington in entertaining the guests. In the games, highest .score was made by Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Chiles, with Sam Haggart second high. recently completed the air-craft welding course in' Memphis. Roy Dillard spent the weekend in Forrest City with Henry Robinson, a cousin. O. M. Pairley is at home after several months' work at Coming, Ark. Mr, and Mrs. James McCullah of the Little River section are the parents of a baby son born Tuesday at the Methodist Hospital in Memphis. • Mi's. Margaret Barbiers returned ! from " the Methodist «. Hospital | Thursday. Mrs. Barbiers went down Sunday afternoon for several days' jS"-Your need in cleansing is good soap. Enjoy Black and White Skin Soap. Cra} g Bluff Mrs. Walter Manchester Hostess j Mrs. B. A. Cox was the special ! Literary Department Meets guest'of honor at tne Singo party Mrs. Harold B. Tillman, Mrs. B. i given by Mrs. Walter Manchester E. Moore, Mrs. J. B. Bunn and i in her home for around 12 women Mrs. Coy E. Self res were hostesses' j s ^ere"for\hTe"week who have formed a small club the to 30 members of the Literature i d ht Mrs Ral h Ho j m ^_ past year. Mrs. Cox is leaving tau> Department ut cne Oscecla Pro-' • : . _ week for Elizabeth, N. J., to make gressive Club for their monthly her home with her son, Sam Cox luncheon meeting in the home of and wife. GGoing-Away I'arty Mr?. Tillman. The patriotic motif was employed in decorations; an arrangement CARD OF THANKS We thank the firemen for the Miss Helen LaShot Is Wed To Texas Man Mr. and Mrs. H. E. LaShot announce the marriage- of their ; daughter, Miss Helen LaShot. to Gene. Dailey of Sherman, Tex., which was solemnized m Caruth. ersville, Mo., Saturday night. Justice''of the Peace John Scott read the ceremony at'.his home. - The "• couple's • attendants were Miss Betty Sue King, Gene Strickland and Mr. and Mrs. DeWiU Holmes. The bride who was reared in this city, was graduated from the city high school in 1938. For the past year and a half, she has been employed by George W. Barber, lawyer. Mr. Dailey is employed by Julian C. Field's Construction Company in Sherman. He and Mrs. Dailey left this morning for that city to' reside. * * * To Be Leader Of A. A. U.'.'W. Program Miss Elizabeth McHenry will be leader of the program to be presented Saturday at the meeting of the local branch of the American Association of University Women ; at the Hotel Noble at 12:30 o'clock. i The program is to be on "Modern I Trends in Education." j Hostesses for the luncheon will be Miss Monta Hughes, Miss Letitia Neal and Miss Jimmie D. Brock. Class To Meet Beta Chi Sunday School class of the First Presbyterian Church will meet tonight at 7:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Dixie Crawford. Mrs. Margaret Gray Crowder will be co-hostess with Mrs. Crawford. Mrs. O. E. Quellmalz is to be the principal speaker at the class meeting. By NEA Service NEW YORK.—Turbans will be more popular than ever this spring and summer. When weather tempts you to greater outdoor activity, you'll need snug-fitting headgear that will preserve your coiffure against • the breezes. A TURBAN FOR EVERY TASTE This turban is easily knitted even by a tyro. The becorative knitting needles stuck in as "hatpins" give it a novel touch. The only materials you need arc five one-ounce balls of sports yam in any color Joe Alexander Sr., and family. Mrs. H. H. Houchins went to and No. 7 knitting pins in 4Vs mm. size. Follow these directions: GAUGE: 9 sts make 2 inches; 7 rows moke 1 inch. Using double yarn throughout, cast on 37 sts and work in pattern as follows: First row: K i, * p 1. k 1. Repeat from * across. Repeat this .row for 3"i inches. Bind off. ' " Block piece' to measure 40 inches; Fold piece in half. Shirr piece at fold. Place shirred part at back of head and tie ends in a square knot at front, tucking ends under .knot. Drape to suit individual taste, and tack in place. Memphis Sunday to consult a specialist. She is expected to return Tuesday. Mrs. Ira Crawford and infant beautiful flowers they sent us dur- Mr. and Mrs. Justus Edrington ! of small American flags on the were hosts to a group of young ' mantel with red candles on either people in the home Thursday night. ' side harmonized with the tiny for a buffet supper and Bunco flags standing on each refreshment party in honor of their two sons, plate. An arrangement of blooming Justus Edrington, Jr.. and Billie jonquils and fern centered the Edrington and "Lloyd Chiles, son dining table with yellow tapers of Mr. arid Mrs. E. S. Chiles, burning on either side. Potted who expect to leave within plants were used on the individual a few days for training in the tables. and mother. . Mrs- Clarence Cummings, Mrs. Ada Carter, E. C. Smith and family. BINGO PARTY Sponsored by the Home Demonstration Clubs of North Mississippi County Wed., Feb. 26th 8:00 P.M. at the LEGION HUT MANY FARM PRODUCTS GIVEN AS PRIZES! Admission 35c Friends Say She'll Wed Jimmy Soon Women Return From State D.A a R, Convention •laughter, Sandra Lynn, have been removed from Blytheviile hospital •-o their home, 2118 West Chickasawba avenue. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Smith spent Sunday, in Newport with Mr. •Smith's sister. Mrs. Lee Lucas, and Mr. Lucas. Mr. and Mrs. Smith, who have been residing at 916 Walnut street, are moving to 1312 Holly street. Peggy Allison Ls consulting a specialist in Memphis. Her par- -nts. Mr. and Mrs. Olan Allison, motored her there Sunday. Cadet Flying Corps. In addition to bloomim In the program arranged by plants Mrs. Dwight H. Blackwood. a five- throughout the house and the arrangement of .flowers in. the cen- minute review of Van Wyck Ma- KOII'S novel "Stars on the Sea" was ter of the dining table, favors sug- I given at the beginning. Mrs. L. W. HEADACHE I MOHNING AFTER ^ ' Tor jitter?, nerroo* h««d«cli«i, toke Capudine. Act* fast b«eaua« it's liquid. See how quickly head clears. ner?«* are relaxed, and you feel steadier. Follow direction* on label. lOe. 30e. 60o «iz«*. Liquid CAPUDINE LAST TIMES TODAY Committees Named To Arrange Bingo Party Committees to arrange for the bingo party to be given Wednesday night at the American Legion Hut, 8:00 o'clock, under the allspices of the North Mississippi County Conn- j cil were appointed at the meeting Mrs. R. C. Rose, Regent of the Charlevoix chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution, and Mrs. James B. Clark, state chairman of the Arkansas Belt at At The Hospitals alley Forge and delegate of the m iued. BJythevIIlc Hospital Louis M. Newby, Little Rock, admitted. Spencer Pipkin, city, admitted. Rev. E. J. Marshall. Luxora. ad- Iccal chapter, have returned from Pine Bluff where they attended the state convention of the Daughters of the American Revolution. Mrs. Clark and Mrs. Homer F. Sloan of Marked Tree, Vice President General, were designated by the state Regent, to present and dedicate the Arkansas Bell at Valley Forge in April. The election of Mrs. Rose as Regent was confirmed by the President General who attended the state meeting. Betty Joe Marshal), Luxora. fid" Long rumored romance between Romeile Schneider, above, and Jimmy Roosevelt may blossom into marriage soon after his divorce from Elizabeth Gushing Roosevelt becomes final in March, according to predictions of Hollywood friends. to 'appoint IKS national Osceola Pastor Begins Special Sermon Series OSCEOLA, Ark.. Feb. 24.—"Typical New Testament Conversions" is the subject of the series of Sunday night sermon topics begun by the Rev. Lester M- Bickford. pastor of the Christian Church here. Subjects Included in the series include "Conversion or an Egoist." "Conversion of a Politician," "Conversion of a Patriot," "Conversion cf a Madman/' "Conversion of a Business Woman," "Conversion of a Soldier." The sermons are based upon the Book of Acts. A substantial cash offering was taken, at th? banquet meeting of Mrs. O. H. DurTy, Pascola, Mo., dismissed. Mrs. William Starkey. city, dismissed. Mrs. Ira Crawford and baby, city, dismissed. Virginia Per>per, city, dismissed Walls Hospital Roy Wagster, Cooter, admitted Dema Hardin, Holland, admitted Mrs. Fannie Welch, Hickman dismissed. A. A. Gunter. city, dismissed. Mrs. Howard Wilson, city, dis missed. Mrs. J. R. Lewis. Steele, dis missed. Mrs. R. E. Iglehart. city, dismissed. Mrs. J. C. Cohea, Dell, dismissed. Mrs. James H. Mason, Jonesboro. dismissed. Mrs. J. S. Godwin, dismissed. Memphis Methodist Hospital Charles Phillips jr., Blytheville. admitted. .lohnnie Rhodes, jr., Steele, admitted. Memphis St. Joseph's Hospital Carl Dodd. Canahersville. admitted. Fo T.UXURYCOMFORT... soft, buoy ant support t • • relaxed DOTYC* and MORE EA'EKGl". . . Sounder sl«p that builtle up general health. HNDY HARDY'S s> wta > MICKEY STONE ' ROONET b&iy» CHAYSOM •Ji .IVAKE REFRESHED .. . . . . radiant .., after a night oi undis- tur Shorts. Continuous Shows Every Day Boxoffice open 1:45 to J):30 Monday Bargain Matinee lOc S 20c to 6:00 p.m. TUESDAY BARGAIN DAT Matinee- *. Night ICc & 2 PREVENT FATIGUE .., Te%t at night that keeps you through tho day. wan Maiv^n ^.iw^i.^—, ^— ley & Eugene Falette. Also "Stranger Than Fiction" Cartocn & Novelty Short. Continuous Showing- Boxoffire open 1:45 to -'hSO LISTEN TO KLCN 10:00 a.m.—12:45—*:30 Yes, Beautyrcst sleep costs only a penny a night. The price of « Ccaulyrcst is ?39.50. It is guaranteed for 10 years. Figure i» out for yourself. Just ... I penny 0 niehf. of the Counc Woman's club . uncil Saturday at ." the cle ' enss committee which will be a the Brotherhood oi the church lub. • " j live-at-home committee consisting Friday night for stranded British M prizes Mrs. 'P. B. Jarrett. Mrs. .F. Scrape, Mrs- C. J. Little. the luncheon meeting Saturday. The meeting was opened with the Csceola attorney, chairman of M1HOR SKIN IRRITATIONS MOROLINE if "WHITE PETROLEUM JELLY the ftoarcS of olclrrs and deacons' Mrs. Elza Wheeler. Mrs. W. D.lancing of %1 America" ana the re- arici presided at the meeting. Howard. Table- committee—Mrs. Felix Hill. pea tin? of the Woman's Creed in | unison. The devotional wai Mrs. Ross Moore, .Mrs. Lewis j by Mrs. Fred Wshl. Baugher,. Mrs. W.. O. Anderson. | Mrs- Q. R. Kcdford-.- Mrs. -Ko-v- t ard. Mrs. Al C. Duclos. Mr?. R. A. <{;-•" Greenvvay; card, committee—Mi's, for the | Pred Wahl, Mrs. Little. : - } •| Durhig the-business session.' Mi\s.: I Little," Mrs. -AV.. L. Smith -and-Mrs/ |E. A. Craig \vere named a com- j4 mittee to make arrangemenis for | i ,;iournarnen(. wjiich is an i : annual -arfair of the group. It was [|.;announced" that the county ' home 'I;; dembiistration- c o u ncj.l ;'Bcttcr I:'*•'•• v. ; liomes" tour would be conducted ilie.-last:\reek in April. |;;/ ; .Each :.home demonstration .club- Tis.s Cora LPP Colw,an. comity rnf d^monsti'?vion aurv.l. clrm- strated several u&etul aviicles Clarence Grigsby in charge of music. Read Courier News want ads HESTHOLATUM cst' IRR1TATEO MEHBRAHH5 Or. W. F. Brewer Dentist Blytheville. Arkansas Specials! Extractions- - - - $1,00 Ful] Upper and Lower Plates-- * ,, , $25.00 Included) PRE-LENTEN INFORMAL DANCE LEGION ETCT Mon. Night—9 Mil 12. Sponsored by Young Vroplcs Club of the Immaculate Admission 25c Phone Kitz 224 Phone Koxy ROXY IT'S TO OWN A SIMMONS BEAUTYREST ,liui a few dollars for a few monilis pays for this famous maUrcss. An "ordinary" niallress may cost less to slatt tvitb, but a Beautyresl is an economy in die end. And, besides, you'll not get such glorious comfort with ordinary niallrcsj. Drop in and we'll explain Beautyrcsl u different and belter. T,AST TIMRS "I'm one wife who dared fight ; back...stand up j to my 'in-laws' ; y i to hold the man • I love!" • vriih. Virginia frimiorc & v»i.i<*«n Henry. Fox News & Comedy Continuous show Sunday Foxoffice opsn 1:45 to 0:?0 p.m. Nieht Show Monday ce open 6:.>0 to P:.?0 liiibbarcl Furniture Co. TITKSDAY-WF.ONKSDAY BARGAIN NIGHTS lOc & 20c girl in -jff. mmn READ Vim IbtfrHt »

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