The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on February 24, 1941 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, February 24, 1941
Page 5
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MONDAY, FEBRUARY "24, 1941 " BLYTHEVILLE;' (ARK.) COURIER NEWS PAGE'PIVE Tommy and Friend Take Tobruk Is Fourth Institute Speaker Brought To Osceola By Rotary Club OSCEOLA, Ark., Feb. 2-1. — Dr. Charles Barker of Grand Rapids, Mich., lecturer and leather of the principles of health and right living, will speak at the First Baptist Church tomorrow night at 7:30 o'clock. Dr. Barker, who is c:i ihe staff of Rotary International and who i appears here under the auspices of , the Oscela Rotary Club, C. W. Wat- | son. prssichm, was physical instructor for William Howard Tait when he was secretary of war in 1905 and during his term as president of ihe United Stales. He will speak to me students of Osceola High School on Tuesday morning, at the Rotary luncheon meeting at noon, and at the Baptist church in the evening. His most popular lecture, "How to Make the Most out ol" Life," has been delivered to three and one half million boys and girls of high school age. His subject Tuesday night will be "The Most Important Job in the World." This is the fourth of a series of lectures sponsored by the Osceola Rotary Club during the Winter season for Oscecla and surrounding territory. The lectures are free and citizens of Wilson, Reiser, Luxora and Blytheville arc invited to attend. In addition to the above regular course of lectures, over 50 Osceola and Blytheville business men and salesmen heard Percy H. Whiting and Robert Bailes, members of the Dale Carnegie School of Human Relations and Selling, New York City, in a lecture here Friday night on the art of selling, personality inmprovement, memory training and ether business essentials. They appeared under the auspices of the Junior Chamber of /Commerce. crsvlllc and learned that no one hod authority lo nwko such collections. The information, together with an nulo license number and a description of the sotica/ir w.Tt; then turned over to Patrolman Beard who Investigated and ar- Lamkln. This "Sister Act"'Beats Men Bankers At Their Own Game rr* Louis Lamkin Jailed On Complaint Of Pascola, Mo., Farm Families HAYTI, Mo., Feb. 24- — Louis | Lamkin. 27, of West Frankfort, 111., was held in the PcinlsQOt County Jail at Caruthersvtlle today on a charge of obtaining money under false pretenses following the complaints of several farm families in the Pascola community near here. State Patrolmen I. E. Beard >mi Todd Buy of Hayii. who investigated the complaints, arrested Lamkin. His preliminary hearing is scheduled for Wednesday of Ihls week before Magistrate Houston 1 H. Buckley, here. Beard said according lo the affidavits given him by nine persons, Lamkin, whom thev identified, so- Frank Chiles Will Be Airlines Dispatcher OSCEOLA, Ark-, Feb. 24.—Frank Chiles nnd graduate of Osceola High School, has recently been employed its dispatcher for the Transcontinental and Western Airlines with headquarters nt Anuv- rillo. Texas. Frank was graduated from the city .schools three yews ngo. spent iwo years with the locnl drainage district offices, then left last Fall for Kansas City to enter the Midland Television institute, for a in radio engineering and television. He completed the eourso week and wa.s Immediately employed by TWA. Mrs. Chiles, who ha.s remained in Blytheville with her parents during the time he has been In • hcited ihem at their homes, rep-1 lesenting himself as a "government M^ 0 , 01 - wiu |°\ u hlm m .. . .. .. ... in 1hi« nr>nr fntitro , " l lh( ' ucar nuurc - f£$£^ to*$ ?'£*&.,. This is hardly mechanized warfare, bat it gels the soldier there just the same. A Tommy enters Tobruk as British occupied Libyan town. Willye Qtiinn. Miss Winnie Mc- Hcnry. Miss Janice Fulmer and Miss Mary. Ann Faulkner, all teachers in the Keiser school, spent Saturday in Jonesboro with Miss Faulkner's parents. at the family home late Saturday night, following a brief illness. Services were conducted by the Rev. E. J. Marshall. rs were John I Brooks a Sent," and allegedly collected va- j rious small spurns as "shipping charges" on mattresses and pillows. Lamkin Ls suid to have told the people the. government intended to ship to them. The people said they were led to believe that the government intended to send the mattresses and pillows free except for shipping i under the Selective Service net. charges which were required to be paid In advance. Beard said. After Robert L. Cole, a tenant en the FSA'.s Security Ptirms- cooperative at P;vsco!:i. reported to the Hayti correspondent for the i Courier News that he had paid the sum of $3.86 lo the man, the re- CLARA VVESTROPP JUDGE LILLIAN WESTKOPP Six County Negroes Report For Army Duty i Six Mississippi county negroes • woiv ordered today to report. March The negroes, all in Draft Board B territory, wen:: Will Walker and Fred McFarlancl, both of Dell; Cal- CU2VELAND, 0.—Kipliny once wrote thnt the female of the spc~ cies Is mere dondly thnn tho muli.-, He might have added that she can nkso be a belter banker. For the history nl ihe Woman's Federal Savings and Loan Association hero, run entirely by women, stalled entirely with women, patronized laryply by women, conatUnit's ;\ first rate success story. Thnt .story is (he rise-lo-ricli'j.'i* -__ Uili 1 . of two sisters — the Ml-sses . , . business experience. —who sel out lo prove that, wo- r n//xj I>IIV"I{\VK men could beat men nl their own' l>miNMtl - IN WAIMV. Eighteen years ago the idea that vin White, Biu'delte; Lev! EchoUs, tantalized the Westropps took concrete form. Miss Lillian hud griul- I imtori with top honors from Cleveland Law School a good many years Manila, and R. J. Powell and Jim Ross, both of Luxora. Pooling their talents, they start- 1 I he present concern. Business men turned up their noses, but tha ly on. Specializing in flrst mortgage loan* on new homes, it also had a savings department, but never went in for deposit',banking, Today the Women's Federal liolds first mortgage Ipans on'proptrty in and around Cleveland to th« attractive tune of " $3,32t,927,5&. That beats any man-run concern in Cleveland. It also has '$3,038,- T26.12 In its savings department, on which 11 pays three per cent- just double what most banks' pay. "I think the success of the as- •sodatlon has shown that women are Kbod bankers," Miss Cl^'a* who is secretary-treasurer, says. , "They should bu, for women 'are naturally more conservative than men. • SUCCESSFUL . -': AS JUDGE, 1OO "Although we have not gon« out of our way to get more .business from women than men, 75' per cent of our savings depositors are women' I think this is due to the fact that in most families It is the women who look after the'pennies nnd try to save for the rainy day. ''On the other hand, of the persons who apply to us and receive * i loans in building- their homes, 90 ' per cent aro men...That is also natural and to be expected. Prospective home owners arc usually married men, and It is thd ; ;husband who applies lor the necessary loan, so that he and his family nuiy ultimately have their' own root over their heads." Incidentally, President .• Lillian. Wcstropp has shown' that hec sex can bo successful in public .life: ui more than one way. Governor White appointed her to llll;a-."va- cnncy as a Cleveland municipal Judge'' In 1031. In 1933 she ran^for a full six year term, was .elected, Wcstropps went uhead attending; to tholr business. Miss Lillian looked after the legal matters, Miss. Keiser News Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Miles had as i Auzy Young, Lester Cook find Wil- their guest Thursday. Mrs. Miles' } liam Mercer, father, G. N. Starnes of Little j Burial was in Sandy Ridge Ceme- Rock. Mrs. Coleman Crews returned Wednesday from Memphis Bap- tery. .Survivors include the parents. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Brothers; four Dorothy Brothers, and four brothers. J. M.. Herbert, Charles and C. T. Brothers, all of the home. Hanna. Funeral Home was in charge. Son Bora A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. j Edward Stums Thursday morning. The baby, who weighed 11 pounds, has not yet bsen named. r. T. A. Ha.s Program Keiser Parent Teachers Association sponsored a program Monday night in the school auditorium to which the fathers were especially invited. Speaker of the evening was the Rev H. B. Tillman, pastor of the First Baptist Church in Osceola. His subject was "Citizenship." A;, tilt 1 -conclusion of the program, thrr'e- 'vns a candle-lighting ceremony for the celebration of Founders' Dr.y. The battle of Big Horn, in which General Cluster and his men were massacred, occurred on June 25, 1876. list hospital where she recently 1[sisters. Creen, Iva. Lucille nnd underwent a major operation. Mrs. I. G. Bruce and Mrs. Lloyd Bruce spent Wednesday in Cooter. Mo., with Mrs. I. G. B ruse's mother, I Mrs. Chandler. i 1 Lonnie Davidson and Robert j Warrington leit Tuesday tor Port j i Benning, Ga.. where they are .sta- j tioned with the United States Army. j Mrs .Pete Bolick and Mrs. Jimmie j i Holder spent Tuesday in Blytheville. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Cohn spent Wednesday in Whiteville, Tenn., with Mr. Cohn's father. Conrad Cohn. Mr. and Mrs. E. C- Cook attended to business in Memphis Wednesday. Charles Weygeil. ill of pneumonia at his home for the past .several weeks, is able to i be out. I It Is estimated that there is one before women had when' Clara went after business for the porter called the Farm Security i automobile to every four and a female lawyers were an eighth won- company. Administration's office at Canith- half persons in the' United States, der. And Miss Clara had hud some It went merrily and prosperous- ran again in 1039 for another, six year term, again WHS elected.' Whoever said that woman's place Is in tha kitchen wasn't banking on the Westropps.- - ;.• Read Courier News want aos. Ask Yourself These Questions Convince '.- ••••» '•>' , i-T V*. . "Vr . •- • ' , •; -' ' Is Hostess to Club Mrs. C. M- Dial wa.s hostess to members of the Thursday Afternoon Club and two guests, Mrs. Curtis Miles and Miss Charlie Mae Wright, for a party at her home Thursday afternoon. Refreshments were served after the games in which Mrs. Miles won guest high and Mrs. W. ivl. Taylor, club high. * * » A. O. Cor ley and .son. Ernest, left Thursday for San Diego, Calif., where they will visit Mr. Corley's sons. C- C .and .Grover Corley. Mrs. Raymond Lemons and Lounette Bedford spent Tuesday in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Ford have as their guests Mrs. G. T. Montgomery of Harrisburg. Miss Charlie Mae Wright., Miss Services Are Held For Miss Brothers At Deli Funeral services were held yesterday for Miss Jewell Irene Brothers, 17, of Dell, who' died Backache, headache, constipation, dizziness, nausea, abdominal .soreness. st.ciT.ach and intestinal disorders arc often caused by Piles, Fis- who hns been i lultl or Coion Troubles. You can easily under.shmd how whsn y.ovi see the nictures and diagrams in the 40-page book offered you FREE by Thornton & Miner Clinic, Suite 819-B. 926 McGee St.. Kansas City. Mo. It explains the nature of these ailments. The Thornton & Minor Clinic has treated more than 52,000 patients and will be glad, to send you their FREE BOOK and large reference list. Write for it today. trying to gt-t ;i little slocp. Stomach ui>-5CL Sinc-j usini: AU.LEKIKA I f>x-l #o t;ooil! Am 61 yi-«rs ol'! an'i ilo tny own vork." (E. P.-Okla.) If CZA in stoniii'.-li or intestines botliers YOU, try ADLEKIKA todiiy. Kirby Broi. Urn? j Co.. and Kobniaun's L>ru^ Co. . 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