The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 16, 1941 · Page 3
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WEDNESDAY. APRIL ie. 1941 BLYTHEVILLE, (ARK.) COURIER NEWS pnng and Summer Scout Activities To Begin Next Week At Osceola Mother Should Be Glamor Girl In Eyes Of Her Children, Too UY RUTH MIU.ETT It isn't enough for :i woman to h:ive ykimour lor her husband — she .should have it for her children too. That Is what hen:eli" mother told me. And it's Mr.;. Canin^ton, Elaine Currin^ton. of two children, a cinch that cine who writes me OSCEOLA, April 16 — A nine- point program of recreation and self-improvement i'or Boy Scouts liii.s been outlined by A. P. Barham, vice-president and auins executive of the Eastern Arkansas ComK.-U, assisted by .S-joui masters I-'red .Smith and Le.slie Spi'ck. Mr. Speck ha.s been en^a^ed as recre- aticnal leader for O:sceola yomiy people during the .summer. Mr. Bi'.vhu!!! explained briefly the program at the Scout Court of Honor ceremonies held at the hiy.h .school auditorium Thursday niyht as which Mr. .Speck presided. The schedule will bi-qin Wednesday ni^ht, April '>;*. \viih an address on "Sanitation ;md Di.s- ease" by Dr. W. B. Cirayson. Little Rock. Stale llealtli office ho-ilth exhibits and moving piciure.s on health will be shown at the high .school. The following day, Scout.s will distribute health literature. begin a sanitary .survey and inspection of premises preparatory to the Clean-up campaign closing May b. when a.warcLs will be made to white and colored residents for the most improvement. Citu^n.ship and loyalty will be emphasized May 19-25; safety education projects and prcgra:n>. May 2G-JU1K- 5; tours of inspection, and study of all industrial plants of the city from June G-17; agricultural field trips with radio serials "When a Girl Marries" and "Pepper Youngs Family," is a thvmorous creature in the eye.s of her young son and daughter. Mrs. Carrinyton thinks that the way for a mother to be glamorous to her own children is "to have a life, of her own apart !rom them. So that they see her, as they always see their lather, as one who i.s an important person with his own a Hairs to tend to." The "lite of her own" that Mi's. Carring ton recommends doesn't have to bu a career or a part-time job. It is even better, perhaps, that the mothers ouLsiue life be just an expression ol her owiv interests and iu.r own talents. Tiie ihin-j that makes me agree with Mrs. Carriir^ton i.s knowing an elderly woman who didn't bother to make herself anything at all but her hu;:bund's wife and her children's mother. Her husband is dead now, and her children grown. She lives with a daughter, and though she i.s taken care of physically, she doe.sn't net much out of life. For it is too late for her to decide to be a person in her children^ eves, She was always a drudge to them, and now she- is a drudge who Ls no longer able to do any work. "HEINO A GOOD MOTHER" | They aren't interested in her or I her opinions, and she cant be in- I telliuently intersted in them, be' cause they have grown too far away from her through the years (The children are selfish, you may say. But many children turn out to be self is) u That -mother pinned her faith on "being a good mother," which used to mean slaving- and sacrificing for children and demanding nothing for one's self. How much happier she would be today, and how much happier her dauijhter would be to have her around, if she hadn't, neglected herself all through the years — if she had tried U» hold a little ghunor for her children, by being- interested in things outside of "them. Smith, went to Jack Sartain. Carl Nelson, Dudle Lynch, Jr., Austin Moore, Paul Lawrence and Bobby Watson. Mrs. A. P. Bar ham, den mother cf Csceola Pack of Cubs, awarded Tenderfoot badges to Billy Shippen and A. P. Barrmm. Jr. A delegation of Scouts from Luxora were guests at the ceremonies. An entertainment feature was the technicolor moving picture of activities at Cam]) Kia Kima and of the _ x l j National Boy Scouts of America. tension representatives will cover the next 12 days. Both troops will spend the week of July 6-12. at Camp Kia Kima at Hardy. Ark., and upon their return, follow up the cleanup campaign by seeing that weeds and grass are cut and stagnant pools drained. Former Congressman W. J. Driver, an authority on flood control, will accompany the young people from July 25-30, on local field trips to study levees, flood ways, drainage canals and tile drained areas in the county: August will be given over to study of "Your Ci:y and How it Operates." with' an explanation of the city waterworks and water supply, san- 'tation and sewage disposal, electric light and power system and the strest paving projects boing carried on. Composing the court of honor were C. W. Watson, president of Os- cecla. Rotary- ancbsponsor of Troop 51; Mayor Ben P. Butler, Fred Smith, scout master for Troop 52; B.. E. Moore, asistant scout master; Welby Voung. committeeman; T-I. J. Hale, A. F. Barham and 'Ward Akers, Executive for Eastern Arkansas. James Laney and Thomas Ragland, top-ranking scouts in O.sceola's Troop 51. were awarded Star and merit badges. Other merit badges went to Denver Wilscn, Gsne fi,:f- ipr. Gene Johnson. Billy Mayfield. W. R. Holifield. Charles Vickery, Billie Creselius and Fred BannLsier. Mrs. Whitworth Named Safest March Driver CSCEOLA. April 16.—Mrs. J. W. Whitworth was selected as Csce- -ola's safest driver for the month of March by_ the Paramount Club .sponsoring the year's contest. Billie Davenport is president of the club of high school li-oys organized by Mitchell Moore a yenr ago. Other winners in the series have been Godfrey L. White, James Roberta. Mrs. C. L. Moore. L. K. Harwarg. Bruce Ivy, and R. Lee Maxwell. Special recognition i s being planned for the 12 winners at the end of the contest in Julv. Steele-Cooter Society—Personal Thursday Bridge Club Entertained Mr.s. Tc:n Ho'oper was hostess to the Thursdav Briclg steer- club and three gues::;, Mrs. Carl Hughes, Mrs. Thelrna Thornascn and Mrs. Velmer Campbell. High score award went to Mrs. born Jones and bridge award t.o Mrs. Thompson. The hostess .served tuna fish salad on lettuce, ritz crackers, angel delight and iced drinks. Mrs. Miller Entertains Club Mrs. Sidney Miller, Jr.. was hostess to her Tuesday Bridgeteers club of Cooter at her home when she also had several guests. The high .score award, perfume, went to Mrs. Floyd Wagster and \ second high award, hosiery, went | to Mrs. Gas Cooper. A refreshment plate was served. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Travis entertained with a 1'ainily reunion dinner Sunday at their home in Oootev when they had the follow- i'V4' guests: Mr. and Mrs. Laras McFall and baby of Parma, Mo.. Mr. and Mrs. Thelbcrt Travis and bsby of Caruthersville, J. A. Tnw- j ; of .Steele. Mr. and Mrs. T. N. Brigance, Mr. and Mrs. . Velmer Campbell and son;;. Tommie. and Johnnie, and Mr.". • Id:i Burns all of Cooter. Mrs. I-loiner Waters spent last weekend at Hayti with her mother, Mrs. Z. W. Stout and Mr. Stout. Mr. and Mrs. Damon Boswell of Tyler announce the arrival of a nine pound son at their home in Tyler the latter part of the week. The baby has been named winslal Dale. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. V'mson had as their guest Sunday his daughter Annie, and her son of Memphis and Mrs. Grace Maxwell of Osceola. Ark. Misses Dorothy and Wanda Roti- gers of Tigrett, Tenn.. and Violet and George Rodgers of Crockett Mills, Tenn.,. were here last Thursday visiting- relatives. Mrs. Jess Hopper returned to Tigrett with them and stayed .until Sunday, i Miss Noveiin Wilkerson is spend\ ing this week in Dyersburg. Tenn.. with her sister, Miss'Robbie Wili kerson. SAN DIEGO. Cal. < UP)— Hand- tailored, leather-covered gas tanks for military airplanes, which will literally swallow 30 and 50-caliber machine gun slugs without leaking so much as a drop of fuel, are out of the experimental stage and ready for mass production, it has been learned here. Vital fuel tanks, vulnerable to gunfire, long have boon the "Achilles heel" of wartime aircraft. A well-placed stream of machine gun bullets could blast the conventional metal fuel tank wide open and the constant loss of fuel would make the plane useless for further combat. In many cases during the first World War, planes were forced to land in hostile territory because ot this loss of fue). Percy H. Heron, inventor of the self-sealing tank, and president the Heron Manufacturing Co. ol San Diego, declares that hi.s tank will give a war plane 1UU per cent immunity from this fate. The leak-proof fuel tank, brainchild of the present war in Europe, i.s not Heron's exclusive idea. Several rubber concerns are turning out tanks of their own design for use on military aircraft. Heron, however, believes his tank[ PAGE THREfc vlll prove more effective under ire than any other now being; produced. The Heron tank is constructed of a top covering of steerhicle. over ilternate layers of soft sponge rub- wi' and strips of a secretly- processed lu.su-x which chemically reacts to gasoline when punctured mul "flows" over the hole, seal limit. here upon the suggestion of tho KiwunLs Club. Special seats will be reserved for members of tin- Kiwanls Club and their friends. It was said thai models of the tank withstood the withering fire of :JO and f>u-callber machine guns unusually well in government tests. "The nature of the tank's const run ion makes It a hand-tailored job," Heron said, "Eighty per cent ol our employes will be women." Negro Spiritual Singers Will Give Performance The Heaven Seekers, a female i|Uaru.'tte of Chicago, which makes a .sptriulty of sinking gospel songs and negro spirituals will sing at Hlurim Rest Baptist Church on Ash Street at 8 o'clock Thursday niiih; for the benefit of !3oy Scout Troop No. 83. Tin's iiecro troop was Safety Your I'avs Dividends COLUSA, Cal. <UP) — This county had a year without accident and as a consequence, it not only received congratulations from the state board of compensation but a check for an earned premium of $831.59. Read Courier News want ads, Wert Optometrist HE MAKES 'EM SEE" Over Joe Isaacs' Store Phone 540 A\vnni." in Troc".) 52. led by Fred ! "lurrhes. secod high to Mrs. Wil- AMERICA'S FINEST For supreme (jUiiliiy and practical heauty featuring finder-tip adjustnivnt . .. juitomaiic sharpening puncture-proof valveless pneumatic Goodvear tires. silent ruhher rollers .., restful ruhber i^rips. TOM LITTLE HARDWARE CO. 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