The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 10, 1941 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, March 10, 1941
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PAGE'TWO BLYtHEVTLLE, (ASK.) COURIER NEWS MONDAY, MARCH 10, 1941 Social Calendar 'TUESDAY'S EVENTS. Order of' Eastern Star having stated .meeting at 7:30 o'clock at Hall. ^ " Mrs. GoronAvy Poetz entertaining Friday Contract ^.Glub. Mrs James' Hill.-Jr., and Mrs.,-A: Conway entertaining Charievoix chapter, Daughters ...p f American Revolution* 1:00 o'cloqk at 'Conway home. • .' . •,_.-. ,... Circle One, Woman's Missionary Union, First Baptist Church,'meeting 2:30 o'-clpck with Mrs.-C. E. Johnson; Circle" "Two, Mrs. J- G. Barnes; Circle Three, Mrs. Floyd • Simpson;-,Circle Pour, Mrs. Floyd Tharpe; Circle Five, Mrs. J. J- Cookstbn; Circle; Six, Mi-s.-W; W, ^ Watscn. ,;•. - "" •• "V r-r ..-,•' • Mrs. Kavanaugh Francis: having: Double^ G.. Bridge Club.' . . i Tuesday : Bunco club meeting with Mrs. \V..B. Nally. Mrs.- W. G: Hlgginson entertaining Tuesday Club. Mrs. Harman Taylor having Tuesday- Afternoon Club. Tuesday Bridge. Club with Mrs. M. A. Isaacs. Mrs. John C. McHanej Recent Bride Weil-Groomed Backs Necessary For Dresses Of Revealing Lace Jly AMCIA HART i passible lor you to be unless you No woman, however pretty her carry your head gracefully, mak- aiui hair, can wwir the new, revealing, lace dance dresses unless her .shoulders and back are soft, smooth and beautifully groomed. If you have deep hollows along your .shoulder bone.s or if your neck and .shoulders are thin rather than .subtly rounded or if the skin on your back isn't clear and smooth, it's belter to forget about dinner and dance dresses with lace tops—for this season, at least. Meanwhile you can get yourself . in condition to we'nr f.hcm next I year. OUT in? the muscle's at the sides of the neck do some of the work of supporting your head. Chin should be high, but not trfrusi forward. TRY THIS celebrate their founding this week \ include five registered troops: j e school troop of which Miss Martha Thomas is leader; Sudbury school troop of which Miss Marguerite Silas* Ls leader; Central troop of which Miss Nason is leader; Junior high troop of which Mr.«. Glenn Ltidd is leader and a Brownie pack of which Mrs % Robert Grimes i.s leader. Two other troops, one in junior high school and .the other in senior high school, who will en- n:ipf? in the observance this week are not roistered. Miss Margaret Laws is leader of the 'former but tli," hitler is without a leader. FTINNY BUSINESS' TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY EXERCISE To improve your posture and Mrs. Paul W. Lynn, of Cooler, THE HOLLOWS Swimming—particularly the good old-fashioned breast .stroke — and swimming exercises will do a great deal to fill out hollows along the IVllO. ilXlU W. *-.>•»• >| V ^.,— -~-, c meeting va« before her marriage . Feb. 28, -collarbone. Bad head posture often KS Rowena Lee Campbell, daugh- 1 means the difference between hav- ~ enter- beautify your throat, try this exer- | else: Stand erect, relax jaw and neck and let head fall backward as far as possible, opening mouth. Now j place fingertips just behind ears' and lift head upward, meanwhile slowly closing your mouth. Repeal five times. Then do the exercise five times without using fingertips. Simply Imagine that pressure behind, ears is pulling your head upward. Remember to clean your neck with soap and water or cream as Social Science Teacher To Make Talk At Wilson j Dr. H. L. Minton, instructor of social science at Arkansas State Teachers College at Conway, will be the principal speaker at the meeting of, Mississippi County superintendents snd principals in ?Ii;s subject will be "3ellin° the j s School Program to the Students and Parents." He is also heaci of the extension service bureau in the college. Also on the program will be Carl For Sale Solid mahogany piano bench. Bargain. Mrs. Harry Kirby. Phone 9. 10-ck-H If You Suffer Periodic' AND NEED TO FORTIFY RED BLOOD! Lydia E. Pinkham's TABLETS (with added iron) have helped thousands of girls- to relieve functional monthly pain and weakness. Pinkham's Tablets ALSO help build up red blood and thus aid in promoting.MORE STRENGTH. trying! Bird, superintendent of the Wilson school, who will explain how Mississippi County schools are e r~of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Campbell i in, taining Tuesday Contract Club. of Ccoter. Mrs. W. M.' Taylor having Bl- Monthly Bridge Club. 'vp^M^riAY'P EVEN 7 TS Mrs,- Allen Sutterfield entertaining <J and N Birthday Club, 6:00 o'clock. . Wednesday Afternoon Bunco Club'-meeting with Mrs. Hubert Wade. Mrs. Ben- Harpole having ADC Bridge Club. . , Mrs. W.'J. Wunderlich entertaining Wednesday Bridge Club. Delta Contract Club . meeting with' Mrs. W. D. McClurkin. ' Mrs. J. C. Ellis having Town and Couhtiry Club. Mrs'. H. H. Houchins and Mrs. A. Gpnw.ay: entertaining Chapter D of the P. E. O. Sisterhood, 1:00 ( o'clock' at the Conway home. Mrs. Ralph Berryman having Thursday Bridge Club. THURSDAY'S EVENTS Elliott Fletcher Chapter. United Daughters of the Confederacy, .meeting. 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. A. M\ Butt: • : , • .. . Mrs., N. Fardcccy of Livxora, en- j throat long, slender and u long, stringy, Bits of News Mostly Personals Mr. and Mrs. V. G. Holland and daughter, Miss Prances Holland, spent Sunday in Maiden with Mr. and Mrs. Paul WhitUn&ton and family. Mrs. Floyd A. While and Mrs. Hunter C. Sims have gone to Tallulah. Lft.. for a visit with Mr. - | one. Regular use of a long-handled bath brush ruts improved the texture of the skin on many a back. No matter how good your figure, vou won't be as attractive ;\s it is Mrs. Pearl Hires attended the funeral of Mrs. Sam Grimes in Troy, Tenn., Saturday afternoon. They spent Saturday night in Union City with Mrs. Hires' daughter, Mrs. j. w. Dunn Jr., and family. Mrs. Dunn and son. James Hires, returned home with them to spend a week. ; Dinner will be served at G:30 o'clock at the Wilson school. Wllll OUcll} illlU. WCLtWL Ul L-ll-CiHL «rj • • - , often as you clean your face-and | carrying out a physical education to use night cream faithfully. ~""*"'"'" Dont' let makeup end at the chinline. Carry your foundation and face powder downward on throat. Your throat should match your face. Unless you apply makeup skillfully, it won't. "I'm conserving my energy for the dance tonight 1"' The Wachovia museum. Winston-Salem, N.- C., b said to have the largest collection of local an- J tkjues in America. G. G. Caudill Court Of Honor Here Tonight To Be Public Parents and friends of Boy ( Scouts are especially invited to ; attend the public Court of Honor to be held' tonight at 7:30 o'clock those in charge _X i^ I lUltV 1 i , kJt V , i * VJ * 1* »**/»*.• ....... _---, ^ i^ifjVl*'*.'**. A»*i. »-«*l.» »---... - , — ^ and Mrs. R. N. Ware and family. |and daughter, Ruth, ami Mr. and Mrs. Ware will accompany them to Mrs. W. M. Maloney. Natchez, Miss., on the annual Pil- Mrs. T. J. Mahan returned Sat' ttrday from Helena where she had spent four weeks with her daughter. Mrs. W. B. Tanner, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Tanner motored ng the Biytheviiic peo- ; Mothers And Daughters fnv TVTrs Sflm Cil'lmPS' tYri-n v 1 rx • A . Will Attend Dinner At Legion Hut Wednesda p!c in Troy for Mrs. Sam Grimes funeral were Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Ferguson. Mr. and Mrs, Roy Head A Mother-Daughter banquet at at the Armory, stated today. Advancements and attainment of. merit badges of the three local Boy Scout troops of the city will be recognized at this time. Don't Neglect Slipping FALSE TEETH Do false teeth drop, slip or wab- ble when you talk, eat, laugh or sneeze? Don't be. annoyed and embarrassed by such handicaps. FAS- TEETH, ah alkaline (non-acid powder to sprinkle on your plates, keeps false teeth more firmly set. Gives confident feeling of security and added comfort. No gummy, gooey, .pasty taste or feeling. Get PASTEETH today at any drug .store. Adv. 8 sncy Insurance OF A LI, KINDS Dr. W. F. Brewer Dentist Blylheyille, Arkansas Specials! Extractions - - - - $1.00 Full Upper and Lower Plates - $25.00 (Extractions Included) Phone 797 106 N. Broadway tertainirig o'clock. Prosperity Club- 2:30 . 'airs. Noble Gill entertaining- Dell Bridge Club. Miss Patty June Davis having Cee-Qu'e Bridge Club. Double Four Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Raymond Smith. grimage. Miss Martha Lee Hall, who American Hut Wcdh'e's- !£ ,5 m "re= ?ori£|"o»t ™±--J-""L teaches in the Cape Girardeau schools, spent the week end here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. \ G Hall. She was accompanied ___ by Miss Martha Harris, of Cape J. ttickl Thomas and Mrs. Hubert Girirdeau who wa.s also the Halls' Potter were in Memphis Sunday for ' the funeral of Mrs. J. Nick Thomas ijr.'s father. Dr. W. T. Braun. of clay night will highlight the activities of the more than 100 local Scouts during National Girl HARRISON'S AUTO PARTS & GARAGE SERVICE STATION 45-Minutc Battery Recharging; General Repairing, Welding Arrnss from Red Top Gin 1 NEW! HOUSE PAINT KEEPS WHITE HOUSES WHITER ; DISTRIBUTORS: JOHN MILES MILLER 123 W. Ash Phone 1188 or 375 week end. week end Riicst. Don Wilhelm. Bon Sunders and Millard Edds, students at Mississippi College at Clinton, spent the week cud here with their relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Huffman, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Stanley and Mr. Mrs. C. A. Cunningham enter-1 anci ^rs..C, E. Edds. Mr.and Mrs. Renkert Wetenkamp and Mr. and Mrs. J. Farrts Mc, Calla were in Memphis Friday j night- for the "Hellzapoppln" show Mrs. Robert Toler and son. of taining Mid-Week Bridge Club. Mrs. R. -P. Kirshiicr having .Thursday Luncheon Club. Young Woman's Foreign Missionary. .Society,First Church of ~ auditorium, the Nazarene, meeting 7:30 o'clock •with Mrs. Eddie McGregor. Woman's Foreign" Missionary Society, First Chrurch of the Nazarene, meeting 2:30 o'clock at church. • . Mrs W. H. Bradbm-y entertaining Y. M. B. Club. Woman's Missionary Society. Pilgrim Tabernacle,, meeting 1:30 o'clock with Mrs. Jess Roark nt Burdette. Mrs. Carroll Blakemorc entertaining Thursday Contract Club. Mrs. Eugene Dickinson having Thursday Dessert Club. ...' FRIDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. F. T. Jackson entertaining C. B. C. Club at Rustic Inn. Jolly Eight Club meeting with Mrs. G. G. Salttm Jr. that, city. Mrs. Thomas Sr., who wa.s visiting her son and family in Memphis, remained to spend two more weeks. Mrs. Farnsworth Black and Miss Ruth Butt went to St. Louis this morning to spend .a few days with her sister, Mrs. W. M. Robinson, and family. Mrs. Baker L. Wilson of Somerville. Tenn., will return home to- All troops of the city will join in celebrating the national Scout birthday Wednesday with the banquet. Each troop will present a skit on the program which will deal with various activities ot scouts. Frances Shouse is to be toastniistress for the banquet, A St. Patrick's scheme combined with the Girl Scout colors of green and yellow and the scout emblems .will be used in decorations for the party. Miss Lola Nason is chairman of the program committee, Mrs. Rosco Crafton of the foods coin- Steel Mills More than half the continuous strip -steel mills in use today were built, and put into operation within the last five years. 'W~MOKE~ OLD~PEOPLE A"Dl,'KKI!\.\ they \vmil<l f>-,-l ' (L. M.-S". Diik.) jirlinn :mtt vc!i>:f <. I'i-j- AIM.Kit! KA Unit; On.. iiml K'"b- .\<K-. Tl A-ntiid use tuMicr. I'm. " l * iii liMid for M ycni>. Fiir (^!;!('l\ bowe from Moiiiiiiir nn tuliiy. Rii-lty KI-DS. iiiMiiV's Oruir <'". Are You A Mason? l.iviii" in Ciiicka,s;uvba District with membership elsewhere or <usr.eiMlnI for N. P. I).? Name Address 1 :im ;i Rhio Lodge, Charter Ommnnclcry member (check). Mail to K. K. Hlaylock, sec'y. C hfckasawbsi Lodjrc 134. Blytheville. I.AST TIMES TONIGHT night after having visited friends mittec, and Mrs. E. B. Woodson of Cape Girardenu. Mo., came Sunday to spend the week with Mr. and Mrs. Dick Potter nnd F. C. Toler. William Faught. who attends the University of Virginia wt Char- loUesville, came Friday to .spend the holidays hern with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Faught, and relatives and friends in other cities. He returned to Little Rock with his brother, Bethany Fiui-rht-, who spent the week end here. While away, he will also visit Latlum Stacy at Prescbtt and relatives in Memphis. His parents will join him in Memphis for next week end and he will accompany them home before returning to Crmrlottesvillc. here. Mr. Wilson motored her over. Mrs. Roth Completes Course in New York Mrs. Georgi 1 W. Roth has returned from New York where she took a two weeks' training course as" local welcome wagon hostess. As hostess, she contacts newcomers on behalf of local firms and .offers to acquaint them with civic clubs, societies, churches, schools and places of amusement. rotection Fidelis Sunday school class en- j Mrs. K. W. Goonman and tertatning Dorcas class with ban- i daughter. Lee, of Memphis, i-. At The Hospitals j ~ the table committee. Idea for the founding of ;i girl scout organization which will be much in the public eye this week originated at a rally of Boy Scouts in London in 190P. Girls nt-tcnded the rally find demanded to be allowed to enter the organization. The late Lord Robert. Baden- Powell, of London, founder of tin; Boy Scouts was a close friend ol Juliette Lowe. He conveyed tn her the desire and need for an organization similar to the Boy Scouts and on March 12. 1912, she established the fu;st troop in Savannah, Ga. Troops of this city which will quetv 7:00 o'clock, at First- Baptist Church. Jarrie^-'Oneal Mrivan'4' Mrs. W. A. Garrett ol Sparkman. Ark., announce the marriage of their daughter. Miss Rettie Cpal Garrett?; ,to James Oneal Craig, son of'"Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Craig, which was solonmi/ed Sat- pas- the week end hero with Mrs. i {Goodman's parents. Dr. nnd Mrs. F. D. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. O .W. McCut.cb.en and daughter. Betty, are in Hot for the raei'5 and the Mrts Marvin Bailey, of the Mrs. J. A. Saliba is able to be | up after having been ill for several j days. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hall, who have v!onh Seventh to thsir now Walls Hospital Mrs. John Skarpalozes nnd baby, city, dismissed. Mrs. Flora Arnold, city, dismissed. Alice Sue Graces. Stecle, admitted. Bernard Frnzier. Hcrmandale, admitted. Dorothy Jenn Loftin, O'sceola, ad- m M«!'B. H. Williamson. Tyler. Mo., opcn-noscway — ot cold- WET BLANKET A COLD'S ATTACK And as sure as Just 2 drops 'Pcnctro Nose • Drops in- |3>oa breathe you U stanclv start ANNUAL PREMIUM, $5OOO LIFE INSURANCE *&> Qaude Rain* • Jelfrty lynn • tddle Alktrt ""^1*7^ WILLIAM KEIGHLEY A WARNW MOS.-nm n-to*.i Pkt»~ ,Also Farampunt News &. v Cqrnefly r - TUESDAY ^ : BARGAIN NIGHTS lOc & 20c A •KlLLCR-THRlLLCR OF A CHILLER! MARlQRiE WEAVER 1QHN HUB8ARD Cobina Wri^t, ir. - Mara Barm Ooi,jiasDmbriS«-Sidoe]rB!acKmfT Truman &id!ej.lucfen Uttlefi«lfl A. 30th Century-Fox Picturt you on the \give head cold miseries the air. Tlic bride i.s Mrs. N A Heard, city, dismissed, stuffiness. This famous 2-drop wav o Emily Brown McMahon. Manila. 1»e.ultng oft bead colds misery oft.:, dismissed. prevents many colds horn develops m Mrs. Fmlrv Medford. Armorel. n graduate of Cuachita Baptist College at Arkadelphia. ; Mr. Craig, well kno?.ii it: lootball Walnut Mrs. H. A. Taylor has returned home from Flint. Mich., where she was railed three \verks njo because circles of this section having play- j of the serious iUncw of hor sister ,1 nnd In college, Mrs. Fred Smith. Mrs. bmuh is e'dMn high school - .... attended Louisiana State Univer-1 slightly sity, Baton Rouge, Southwestern M Memphis and Ottachita College Mr. "and Mrs. Craig are now residing at 201 Cherry Street. dismissed. ISIylhrvMlc Hospital Ed Davis, city, admitted. Mrs. Frank Jones. Luxora. mitted. R. B. Meliz.T. rity. admitted. Mrs. -Sam II. Williams, city, missed. Mrs. Media Wilson, city. And remember, fcce and easy brouh- ti£ takes the kick out of hcaclcoKh helps cue down the time these cold;. miseries hang on and on. Use Pencr.r Nusc Drops, Generous supply, L13c improved. Mr. "arid Mrs. J. A. L^rh left this j missed. morning for Hot Springs to ;it,- i Mempli's Methodist Hospital tend the races ami take a course', cie;is Shelton. Cnrutliersvillr. :ul- of batiis. ! mitted. Mr. and Mrs. Clint Culciwell Jr., of Jonesborp. returned home Sunday after having visited Mrs. Cald- mothev. Mrs. L. M. Btirnette, Class To Meet Gleaners Sunday School ctexs the First Baptist Church'wiU IT tonight at 7:30 o'clock at the home 1 and family. Mrs. Caidwe 1 _camc of Mrs. J. P. Friend. Mrs. D. Sim- .Thursday and Mr. Galawoll joined for thci' ncr nere Sunday. "" ' Cd.ell Sanders of Macon. MIPS.. •will comr this afternoon to br the mons will be co-hcste>3 affair. Informal Parly Honors Hou.scgncsl Aii informal party wa.s given Miss Sara nvrmirjU t Usrov nnci of Mips Mary Sp^i mother. Mrs. M,. O. Memphis Baptist Ho.spital Mrs. Jim Snider. Drll. ;icmi'.trd Farmer England Oora ivicv^m.«nen o<vi.un.irt.> night at her home in. honor of her from Arkndrlphia where she] horseguest, .Miss- Jane Hcqucm-| visited her mother. Mrs. H. L. Win- | u«;...^ ,.r y~i,.s».i»,^»«— ^.r^. f blIT'11. Ktlf! ffimilV. : bourg. of Charleston, Mo. Seven couples "dropped in" «t t,he McCutcbenhome to .dancr »nd plav ravels. Refreshments werf served. ••'Miss Hequembourg. who spent the week end. was also a guest at th& Red Razzoo dance Friday night. - «»<l Mr: '- Fr( - (i Don. Mrs... A. Oysttr 1939< • -Prince Edward i For _5ittery, -nervoua teadaclics, talce LSItinCl, i Capodinc. Acts fast because it's liquid. cusly.' Production ill 1939 was 4300 barrels of oysters. Smothered Chicken WITH CREAM GUAVY Hoi Biscuits Morning and Night TRIESCHMANN'S CAFE Across From Citv Hall Age at Tssnc 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 | -Hhiutdl nter years First S years ] (before deducting (Ginu-anlecd) dividend) $69.20 j 79.10 91.75 108.55 130.90 160.60 199.85 $81.40 93.05 107.95 127.70 154.00 188.95 235.10 •Jlli Tear Net Payment (10 H dividend tfcale, used solely for illustration: *ee bclo\v) $66.40 76.60 89.55 106.40 128.50 157.40 194.95 Also Selected. 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