The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 25, 1941 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, March 25, 1941
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PAGE-TWO BLYTHEVILLE; (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, MAR,CH 25, 1941 Social Calendar Well Known Gal Loses Skirt WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS. Sisternboa or T'efnpie israei meet- iris" o o-oiuck.- m cue.. Temple. i/ at tne t- •£• ^- isister- ;-. 9.0'cioctt. with Mrs. Wuuam ' L«i\vsne. . Mrs. L- ti. Moore entertaining Delta uontracu oiuo at 2:^0 O'CIOCK. : wcqnesaay. anuga Giuo meeting witn iui's- James n.' Bell. Mrs. wuoia. ocnnee iiaving. I Bridge <Jiub. &us.. uo, oook entertaining Double •Pour Club. •i;6vu and. Country Club meeting wiuaavirs;" Cornelius Mocunger. ^ TriUHSUA £.'&: a! V iS^'A'S, Mrs.Tj. A. a>aiibA entertaining prosperity Uluo,. ifiisJQ o'clock. toJiimii's Missionary 'Society, PUsi'foi Tabemaoe, meeting I -o : cu.ok. wkn Mrs. Jess ttoarK. jvuis' ttuzaocca Aim wuaon en- orudiiind. oee-v*ue: triage umo. 'Tnuriaay ooim-act,. CHxo meeting •iiu - 'wus'.* Jonu F. Lena. Mrs. ueor&e A. riamaton having Thursday 1 bridge. Civm. insert, olub meeting '. LT. tteiciiel. MV?./LaCironne. Wnu-tle entertain^. Y. M. B. Cluo. Mrs; W. I* Horner having Mia- WetiJt" Bridge Ctub. £ jpw^A* i EVENTS Mrs. Harold Anderso nentertain- ing Jroily E.gnt Bridge Club. Mrs.; J- L>. omitn navmg C. B. C. Gives ••Bkrwv»ay Dinner Tht" quarterly 'birthday dumer giverfefor memcers wno have had DirLnjays aunng the past three montiis was given Monaay by tne Woman's co'wjty o£ unrisuan Service 'fir tne LaKe, Street Metnodist Uiui^n at the church. Tv/£nty seven memoers and two visitors, Mrs. Shields' fcclwaros and Mrs?'ibiuord Coo.ey, were present. Mi§: ueprgc UiSinger was devotion*!: and. program leader. After .reading tne 2UMi cnapter of Acts, she: Oiiered prayer. 'Ueporc irom. tne treasurer .revealed that.S45.5U was. Cleared from the fcneut supper, given xnursday ni--hff ; at'the. cnurcn and mat a birtnjay ottering of $4.40 had been collected. Bits of News Mostly Penooali Business Women Have Program On Service Subject "Evaluating Government Services" was the subject of the program presented last night at the meeting of the Business and Professional Woman's Club at the home of Mrs. Uorman Bunch on Highway 61 North. Four speakers discussed various -v.-you of fovemmont .service. Miss Annabel Bryant of, the county •ealth unit, discussed "Public Health" explaining in detail her HOLD EVERYTHING By Clyde Lewis Fireball Dancer Eleanor Powell shakes right out of her skirt, and jumps into a new dance she created. She calls it "New Shoes" and shows how it's done. Booneville where she will undergo ..treatment for several months. Plan .'Bingo Patty s Plans tor a umgo party to oe Circ i TS gimiy Missions. clven-Tnursday ni^nt, Auni-3, were Pm^i-ams on "Home and *^ '. " „•-» * rr *"»• * r rt n A I THI" maa§-, av a. meeting 01 Society, of tne umircn. ol tne 1111- i. conception, Monday af- .»»«».., tne ncctory. Tne-,party will oe-at. 8 o'clock at , tiiw wnrff'prescht for, th^DUSiness session wmcn was followed 'wun, a religious discussion led by;''the. Rev. J. J. Thompson-. ' * * * Work On Club House Members 01 the Junior G Girls For- Catnona_HalL 'Ten '' Programs on "Home eign "Missions" were presented m/ the meetings of sbc circles of Woman's Missionary Union, First- Bap- were offered by Mrs. Koonce. ft PI. L. Chambers :inc! Mrs. H. Brooks. Joan Matheny, claughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mathcny, is ill of mcasle.s at her home on Lilly street. Mrs. F. D. Undmvood is ill of a .stropiococcic infection at he)' home, 1000 West Main .street. She has been confined for more than a week. Mr. and- Mrs. W. T. BarneLt and daughter, Billy Marie, will return next week from Brademon, Pin., uncl other po.nts where they have been vacationing. Mr. and Mr.s. Farnsworth Black went to Hot Springs today for the races. Mrs. I. O. West brook Sr-. and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Dedman and uuughler, of Memphis, spent Sun- any in BlythevUie. Miss Aloerta Bnickin, who has been ill of measles and complications for some time, is resting very weil at her home in Pride Addition. Airs. O- D. Mitchell and daughter. Elora, left last night for Huntington. Term., to visit relatives. Amung kslytiifivnie people ii Mempnis today for the luneral o Mrs. Molly Appleton of that city tnoiher 01 Mrs. LI. u. criamunn iroy Appicton, are: Mrs. G. W Uiiinhunoy, Mrs. Zal B. Harrison Mrs. Louise Crane llilcr, Mrs. Bei \vjuiL-, ivu's. Lucy McAnams, Mis Mary Guiiuw, .Muss .Joyce Somer nd the KCV. James A. overnoise Dr. and Mrs. S. P. Martin an Mrs. W. M. Taylor spent Monda n. Memphis. Tna condition ot W. B. McMullh vho has oaen quite ill .sin Imir.sday, is much iin|}rovcd toda Among local dealers who will to i-iot springs this afternoon Lu the state meeting- of nutomobi uea'lers tonignt and t'omorrow a Russell Pmuips, Hubert Scymoi L. G. Nash and T. I. Seay. Miss Lynettc Tucker, who has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C' F. Tucker, .here since Friday, returned t.nis morning to Stephens College at Columbia, where she is a .student. She motored back with a scnoolmate, Miss Kicnardson, of Ridgiey. field of work. Miss Cora LCR Coleman, county home demonstration agent, had as her topic, "Extension.- Work." Special emphasis was placed on last year's main objective, that of makinii and distributing 3,000 mattresses t.o families in certain salary classes. . Miss Anne Council, who is with the county child welfare unit, clis- sseci the care of neglected and idernounshed children which this lit provides. "Municipal Government" was clis- isscd by Miss Clara Ruble as the onclucling topic. Imd drinks ami douehnuUs were ervecl to the IG present. .Guests ere Mrs. Leda Admire, Mrs. Kitty VHson. Miss Bryant, Miss Ann ishcr and Miss Council. 1-1 Pull the Trigger on Lazy Bowels, with Ease for Stomach, too When constipation brings on acid indigestion, stomach upset, bloating, di/zy spells, gas, coated tongue, sour taste and bad breath, vcmr stomach 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 for perfect cii^e to your stomach in taking, ror years, many Doctors have given pepsin preparations in their prescriptions to make medicine more agreeable to a touchy stomach. So he sure your laxative contains Syrup 1'epsin. Insist on Dr. Caldwcll's Laxative Senna combined with Syrup Pepsin. Sec how wonderfully the Laxative Senna wakes up la/.y nerves and muscles in your intestines to bring welcome relief from constipation. And the good oM Syrup Pepsin makes this laxative so comfortable and easy on your stomach. Ivvcn finicky children love the taste of this pleasant family laxative. Buy Dr. Caldwell's Laxative Senna at your druggist today. Try one laxative combined with Syrup Pepsin for ease to your stomach, too. COPF, I9-»I 8Y.NEA SERVICE, INC- 1. M. REG. U. S. PAT. Off. 3-25 New Used Defoe Furniture Co. We Trade Furniture For Anything- I'hcme * li > Credit Ash iv Cash K.K. Cennemore-Weathers i "l* v ^ tfot S() i Ciln ' 1 drive, Colonel, without the little AH r A li wonuin in the back seat!" Marriage is Announced | CSCEOLA. Ark.. Mar. 25 — Mr. nd Mrs. H. C. Weathers ot Burcl- tte announce this wek the mar- iage of their daughter, Mildred Cliutoix Weathers, to Charles Ken- lemorc of Osceola. Emmett Colvin Seeks St. Louisan To Talk Student Presidency At Cooter Thursday TUESDAY BARGAIN NIGHTS lOc Emmett Colvin of Blytlieville.' COOTER, Mo., March 25.—The -mu.^-w* VU www W . , law student at the University of Rev. Duckworth, evangelist ol St.. The marriaRC took nlacn in the ' Arkansas, is si candidate for elec- Louis, will give a talk at the local 1J1L [JUUlUlbL LUUlv 1JUILL ill LIU ,. > ,,,:^,,i A,T n l V-inHicf "hm-pli Thin-crlnv *»Vfn- ^^"^o^e K^^ ««n » p«wen, of, the stu-ent MeU»-« chunO, ,T^™r 25, 1940, but was a secret 1 body in the annual election in til this week. Fayetteville Thursday. Miss Weathers is ».- member oil He will be opposed by Milltml the senior class of Blythcvillp High Harclin of Tupelo. Ark., another School and will be graduated in law student. June after which time they will . Harold Lloyd of Blytlieville ami make their home in Osceola. Mr. Kennemorc is a salesman for the Osceola Motor Company. Circle Five at the home of Mrs. Taking part on the pro- ram were. Mrs. Alvin Hujman. Mrs. Rov Head, chairman, an Mr, M. G. Bright ^«U ? | = ^^ ^ ™E£ the program at the meeting o h n 12 members and one visitor ol ^ w _'^^ wno hns been critically ill louowing a heart attack Friday, was removed to Veterans'-hospital---in Memphis this morning. Mrs. McNeill went down with him. 'l-Ie is .slightly improved Miss Marie Waldcu, of. Memphis spent the week end here with he.i parents, Mr. and Mrs- John Waldcn Hirmiugham Suburbs- .Aloof tist Chinch. Monday afternoon. R. L. Wacle. Mrs. J. J. Cook- Thirteen •members of Circle One, s ton gave the devotional. Mrs. met with Mr^J?. L., Hale, .Mrs. | Tom W. Jackson, Mrs. W. J. Rodg- Myrtle Johnson led the devotional C ivs anc i Mrs. T. H. Hnynes led and Miss Cordelia Wilhite the pro- i n prayers. Sixteen members of Circle Six who met at the home of Mrs. £^i O.tiJ »>V»*-. *?• » *J. *•---,. a WilVJ I IK. t* I'l U \J\\\. 4IVJMIV. V'J- I»A • w. Mrs. E. P. Hnrclin and Mrs. Bert T neoc j ore Logan heard a program Lamb. Mrs. Walter Bishop an ri , ] C a by Mrs. R. E. Blaylock. Spenk- Mrs. Howard Frisby offered pray- cluo AVprKBd on taeir new cmo crs . house on Walnut street Saturday Mrs at i-nfcir ail nay meeting E. M. Eaton and Mrs. ers were Mrs. John Buchanan, Mrs Logan, Mrs. J. W. Autcn. and Mrs S. M. Hood. Prayers wore offered Robert Anderson of Ozark were the only candidates for the two .seats in the student senate from tiie College of Agriculture and Howard Moore, another Blytheville student, is the lone candidate for a student senate post from the School of Law. John Charles Bright of Blythe- ing on how the Methodist Orphanage in St. Louis is caved for and will also present n picture of the Dven-nas situation. Several hundred local and out of town visitors are expected to this lecture. Gay Widow Love! -. - And a Million Dollars! Read Courier News want, ads (Dsceola Science Teacher Accepts Chemist's Post OSCEOLA, Ark.. Mar. 25.—Ernest Gnstlebcrry of Conway. has been ville i.s the lone candidate running Glpcted as'science teacher in O.scc- f or election as sophomore class ola High School aucccuding John P. president. Keisor, who rc-signccl to accept a joiiition as chemist in the du Pont, powder plant- near Memphis. ' ~— AH-. Ctusueoerry, who was reared in Clarendon. Ark., i.s u senior at 4 Arkansas Teachers College and will ^ return at the close of school to <£ complete his work and receive his j * degree. | <^ M£,. Keisor is Uie second Oscc- -^ oian"*"and teacher to bo employed • |' as chemist at the du Pont plant. 14 Lindsey Driver, son of Mrs. E. E. ', ^ Oriver, who ha.s been employed as j ^ science teacher in the El Dorado ^ high school for the past two years, also resigned to accept a position Forestry is one of Canada's three leading primary industries. and _ . CUWM!NGS [Uth HOSSEY • Judith Andersofl C.ftubrey Smith • Higel Bruce Reginald Owen •TomComva* Directed by George Sidney Also Selected Shorts WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY LIQUID.TABLETS.SALVE. HOSE DROP5 Every Day In The Week! TRADE- Your Old Furniture in on New. or Sell it to Us Tor Cash. Alvin Hardy Furn. Co., :J01 E. IMniiv Phone 1220 J VI. 1U A *' *^»» ••»— t i , . »- Tney'-'paperea me. room, made a •divanf^'Hsned windows and wooa work. - . >-oiiomng lunch, they discussed new members co oe aamittect sac- urday. Anyone who wisnes to join may cau'iviargie- Tuunnona au junior nigh scnool between 12 ana i o'clock. • -— • • - * * Plan. All. Day ]>leeung Monday An an aay mission study meeting Monday was. planned oy mem- ; bers 01 wie- Woman's toociety of ' cnrisuan service, of the First Mei.nucnst Cnurcn who met yes- George Skelton were hostesses to by Mrs. Alfred Carpenter. Mrs. cen members of Circle Two at. the j. R. Webster nncl Mrs. W. W. church. After Mrs.- C. E. Parks Wnt.sou. gave the devotional. Mrs. G. J. Walker presented her program. Speakers were Mrs. Skelton, Mrs. Artie Wallace. Mrs. Frank: Sawyer and Mrs. Robert Grimes. Mrs. Grimes led in prayer. ll«s Birthday 1'iirty. Jerry Byron Nail enlortiilned lt> of his friends with a party Sunday afternoon al his home on his fouth birthday. BIRMINGHAM. Ala. (UP)—Sir- | mingham's dreams of expansion, without -state legislation, appear* at a standstill. Of eight .suburban municipalities invited to enter the limits of the larger city, seven have offered polite refusals- Mrs. J. P. Friend and Mr Ms. i The guests were presented with Newt Tim arc new members Circle Three which met with Mrs. Charles Ray Newcomb. Mrs. Roy Porter was co-hostess to t.he 1'' members. Mrs. Newcomb, leader of the program, was assisted in its presentation by Mrs. O. M. Morgan, Mrs. Arch Lindsey anc Easter baskets of candy eggs and chickens. After playing games. they were served ice cream and cake. Byron the -son of Mr. and Ms. Byron Nail. J.VJJCV11UW*«3V x^ »••»•»—-- • - w , teraa? aiternoon at tne cnurcb, ^-s. oneal Craig. Mrs. Everett LV ~^ J • . __ ._„— «4 *-.. i,,. j ^\*™ ^i,Ti-^*i*-**>rti o^^ri .Tue au day meeting to oegm at o'clock will, bo divided into three y, perioas. one oeiore luncn aiterwards. Lunoh will be . Renegear led the devotional and Mrs. " Kendall Berry offered prayer. Mrs. E. J. Dosiev led the devotional and the program for HAIR TON 1C - LUX ,\t tlie Memphis plant. R. ,jtl- Kendrick and >Uiek Maxwell ai'e also employed there. GROCERY & MARKET 1044 W. Chick;is;ovbii Phone WADE'S GARAGE Body & Painl Shop Wrecks Repaired Wreck or Service IMntnc 1209 -"OH W. <Vsl» at tne cnurcn. "rftuay of ] in members of Circle Four who ^Christian Mission in China! met with Mrs Frank Atkinson is tne. title of the book, to [Mrs. N- Roebuck of Dallas, Texas. Mrs James Hill Jr. is | howsegiiest of Mr. and Mrs. A'.km- i cnar ; e sen. was a visitor. Takin? purl chauitr in the book was | en the pro-ram were Mrs. R. M. at vesterdavV meeting by I Koonce. Mrs. M. C. Outlaw and Chark?L Wylic. Tne- lesson | Mrs. E. F. Blomeyer. Prayers The Dangerous Opportunity/' A- C.-Haley gave trie Biole from 1. 19, and 119th Psalms. *• * * feer Mrs. Simmons :ses and friends of airs. Mary Simmons had. a shower lor ni2ht in her room Dr. W. S. Eastburn Chiropractic Physician Hay a ltd Niffbt Calls Of tier; SO I Chick. ^^? ytheviUe hospital. fee left Monday morning for OR WOMEN QNtV! If fidg&ty nerves, restless n.lsh.ta.aQd. other distress^ caused ^"^ t-T*«t-\rm*i OWl^t. UlsUl^xa T^o.U£dl wj' i.iA*4v-«*iw*^^fc monthly disturbances Seep you from. Having fun at siicti times—take r " J ' - weaic. nervoTis feelings of women's "diSctilt days." WORTH TBYTRGt L ' '• • " : . Chicken Pan Pie Hot Biscuits Morning ; and Night TRIESCpANN'SXAFE Across \From City Hal] On Friday. .March 28th, we will move our oilice to the corner of Second and Ash Streets in the f.iencoe Building. We have made some new connections and will have better faeiiit.ies to handle your INSURANCE AND LOAN NEEDS- We desire io express our appreciation of I he bu=ii\e^ placed wtth us during the niarsy years \ve have been in business in KlytheviUe and earnestly solicit your future business. Won't you come to see us in our new locution? LUXORA Phone 42 j Mat. Sat.-Sun. 2 and 4 F. M Every Night 7 L\ M. Always We - 20c TUESDAY IS PAL NlTE Jackie Cooiier. Bonita villn. Gene Reynolds in 'SalSant Sons' with Gail Patrick. Ian Hnnt.ei | Also Comedy Seaisaliomal 1941 Bargain Values 1 WED. - THUR. One Girl's Amazing Experiences! General Insurance Mrs. June Hwhanan (;. 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