The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 21, 1941 · Page 3
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 3

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Monday, April 21, 1941
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•\rov *..Y. APRIL 21, 1941 BLiT±iJi;7.i 1.1.13, COURIER NE PAGE THKEfc roadway Night Spots Expecting A Bia Summer Boom From "T. D. W. iii SS ^SS J : P:»»W$¥;..> .., sif^i^liii^^ss^^ f! ired Worker 1 -With Porkrls A - J i n Hi « l il, lilt UK (>;.!.;(• M cnr ubove is Madison hick this MimiiK'r. Oilier Jitlravtions N*'\v i\;iturin?; lo lun- T. I). W.'s (Tin-d S)(:IV:isi> ri^hl. roiKLCitbanu siren, Juaiiiiu Kios, lylM at (h • f'.tv While Wn- \ Carutliersville. Host For Annual Soring Conference For Dislricl Miss Mniy Cnnvs Jopllti, of CimiUuM-svHU>, who is j'tnployinl IhcjT. They were silso in Washington tor tin' Cherry Blossom Fesli- val and Uu> opening of the Ccmli- iiouiu) Con^ross, UiiughltTs of tin* Ammrau Revolution. Before re- lurninL; here I hey slopped nt the oh! home o|' Mrs. Clark's father in Rocky Mountain. points in Virginia. two weeks. Va., They CARUTHERSVIUJ?:. Mo.. April 21 — The Cunuhersvillo Khvnnis club will be hast.s to the annual Spring Conference of Division 12 of the Mo-Kan-Ai'k District, which comprises 13 clubs in Northeast Arkansas and Southeast Missouri. The conference will bo held here tomorrow, tx^hminn with n luncheon at noon ai the Baptist "hurch annex. Clubs to be represented nt the conference are C:muher.sville, Po"lnr Bluff. Charleston, Lilbourn, Gideon, Doiu'phan. Sike.ston, Dexter, Bloonifiekl and New Madrid, in Missouri, and Blytheville, Pnrn- youlcl and Jone.sboro in Arkansas. Hubert L. Minion of Con way. Ark., district, governor, will deliver the principal address ol the program. T. O. Charlton, of Para- Mould. Ark., lieutenant-governor of the district, will be in charge of the wo'vram beginning iinniediate- ly nftor the luncheon. Others aopcarin^ on the pro- ^rnm and their subjects are: I.-Muiie Stanley. Sike.ston. "Ki- wani.s Daddies"; Dr. W. G. Stover. Jonosboro. Ark.. "Youth and Vo- c-ntinol Guidance"; John S. White. Caruthcrsville president, "On to Atlanta"; Fred Micklish. Jone.s- '•r»'- r -Rural - Urbiii Rehtions": Lee Trammel. Dexter. "A Balanced ' Clvh t Profi^'ii": Walter Thomns, Ponlar Bluff. "Improving Club ; Attendance": Rev. C. T. McCulley, I Paragould. "What Time IK tt?". George Kirk. District, Treasurer, Sikcston. •'.SnorrorlPK New Clubs"; . Charles R. Frederick Disiri-t Sec- i <rctary, St. Louis. "Club Reports : v '••ir- Club Rating." i( k \v Gym Will He Km Tomorrow (1 lasses F^egate Returns From D.A.R Dedication NEW YORK—The- about New York this summer isn't going to be the sun. The irnpres- j arics of Manhattan's numberl--"> nteht clubs. \vho can smell a plen.s- ure-ent ..sawbuck all the way from Oman?.,., are, sniffing the pre-' ; um- mer asrJsfikB^'a pack of'bsagles- and,, wagging their tails with joy. They smell cold, defeme-bow j cash. And. like good .Samaritans, i lhc.-y're planning in provide the hearths on which these shivering i ten spot:; can <nnge th?m~.elv:r, to j a crisp. That, net the .sun. is whv ] Manhattan L<; going to simmer thr ' .summer. Even M'lullson Square Garden, once the bulwark of the manly arts, will fall before the pleasure .seekers' mechanized onslaught. For 100 days and 100 nishU it will exchange the -sharp slaM of fif-h'ing leather for the subtle swirl of danrinc; cmndy a" Mone Pro'T'r converts it into a mammoth summer dance hall and beer grirden. Decorated with a 110-foot, waterfall ami giant palmettos, the Garden hopes to draw 10.500 IOVLM-S of rhythm at a 66-cent top every nisht, "TJ.JE CUKFEW SHALT, NOT RJXG ..." It's going lo he a .banner Bummer in New York rntortoinmem." says Mr. Prospr, one of !h a k^-i- air-.sniffer.s in the pack. "We all know that thorn i^; n -let of defense money being .spent. r "I doii'i mean only s^eel and aircraft.. I mean everywhere. Why. our waiters have to wait, to yet their white summer uniforms bemuse (.he manufacturer is .swamp- re i \virh navy business. "Lois of PIT pic nre making more th:in thr-v ever mar!? in their lives. It's that they're going to taku n vacation tn-s summer and '.prnci .some of that n;jney. They're ness, night club operators hope viol lest thin^'frgcing to want a gay time after4to cash in on a greater percenl- than they did dur- working- at such high speed all winter and spying. And a gay time is what we're going to give Mr. Proser's reasoning is shared by hi.s .colleagues. Like most of .them he frankly admits that, to date, very lit.tle discernible defense money has dropped into his two New York clubs. But. the night club owners are looking at the straws in the wind. They .see that the out-of-town business is already beginning to '••pond more money. Tli? bars, restaurants and supper clubs in hotels are doing about fi per cent more business this r-prinq: than last. Night clubs catering largely to the out-of-town crowd show signs of life. Outstanding example i.s Billy Rose's Diamond Horeshoe. where money i.s bein'j spent the way it hasn't been since the davs of 1914. 1915. There are several reasons the real boom hasn't hit Broadway as yet. As many a ni'jht dub proprietor has remarked: "So far the men who have gotten their hands nn defense dollars have been work- in?; 1G and 18 hours a day. They Hist aren't doing am-tiring but work." As a result most of what extra busine« .seen so far has been rn week ends. As one of the more age of visitors ing the Fair. Many a man who every summer has shuttered his grog shop until vacationing New Yorkers return -to town has taken a new stand this year. His slogan: "The, curfew -shall not ring this summer." Mrs .James B. Clark, who has "ervecl the Daughters of the Amer- i"nn Revolution as .stale chairman of Arkansas Bell at Valley Forge, and Mr. Clark returned yesterday morning from Valley Forge. Pa. where they had gone for the dedication of the Arkansas Bell and , six other state bells. 1 Mrs. Homer F. Sloan, of Marked Tree, made the presentation. Ench state has a bell in the Carillon at ; Valley Forge. Funds for the one • from Arkansas which was given by the Daughters of the American Revolution were raised under the direction of Mrs. Clark. '' En route to Valley Forge. Mr. and Mrs. Clark stopped in Indianapolis for a visit with Mrs. Clark's Wiih one month of exercises behind them, and the 70 members Mil! enthusiastic over the women's I'.yinnusiuni movement, the second monih's enrolment will be taker, umiorrow nivht. '•'::! rirrl by a member of I he American Legion Auxiliary, with the cooperation of several other loeal women iniere.slcd in such a projeei. it, was later decided to curry out. the project, as a covn- mimiiy-wide. program .with no <)f- tlciu! sponsor. The class has bee.n unusually sucvcs.".|'iil with an attendance of almoM fj(, on each Tuesday and l p rulay ni^ht, nt the high school gymnasium. Mrs. Paul Finch, a graduate in gymnastics, is instructor for the' unmp which has now reached a .sriHM.fh-runninfi stage with class work shirt ins. 1 , promptly at 7:30 ' clr;'!. mid concluding one hour Inter. Retards are beiut; kepi of weiyhts and measures; special ex-'N nre given for those who wish to reduce; demonstrations are shewn for facial exercises: instructions are illustrated lor those who wish lo increase their weight and , exercises nre ^iven for reducing i spi din parts of the body. [ The project is u non-profit one and will be continued indefinitely, according to prei.ent plans at $1 per month tuition. If the ci^ss decides to suspend work durlns the Summer it Is planned to re- :i'ine the classes next September 11 nd lo continue them Indefinitely under the. .same program as used In other cities I'or women's gymnastics, Mrs. E. M. McCnll or Mrs. Edgar Borum may be consulted for further information. Enrolment to accepted at any time. Holiness Association To Hold Meeting Here An all day meeting of the Southeast Missouri and Northeast Arkansas Holiness Association will be h»'ld at the Pilgrim Tabernacle Friday, Mrs, O, W. Doss, pastor, announced today, Morniiu; services \vtll be conducted by the Kev. I.. A. nraddcn. ol Iteclor. at H)::iO a.m.. and the nlternoon services a! '2:'.\0 o'clock by Mrs. Hay Hencfield of Carutli- ersville, Mo. "Forrii'.n Missions" will be discussed in the nlternoon. The Rev. Woodiow Johnson, lor- mer j)rtstor of the local church, will be in charge of ihe YOIUIK People's service, (i::i(! uVlock. This will be followed by an evangelistic ^neellng at ":'M o'clock, led by Evnnnelist h. A. Windsor oi Hrushy Knob. Mo., who is conduct inn evangelistic services here this week. Special is to }, t < provided by n male quarlct and a I'.irl:/ Irio. FUNNY BUSINESS Luxora School Paper Wins Journalism Award The Luxora Panther, school paper published by siudt'iils ol the Luxora high school, wa.s awarded first place in the mimeor.rnph t-'.roup in the Press C:iui)'s annual Journalist Day contests at. Arkun- sns Slnte College in Jonesbtiro Saturday. More than ;i()l.l Northeast Arkansas and Southeast. Missouri hi school journalism students participated In the event. TJIC Paramount Echo won a silver lovinu,cup as pri/.e in the prlnicd paper cln.sslrienl.ion. At The Hospitals Walls ilospihil Amy Stnnlk'ld, city, admitted. Jilsio Cook, Holland, dismissed. ItlylhvviUc llosjttlul Toby Ann Long. city, admitted. Churles tf. Lemons, city, ud- ntii.'d. Mrs, Aubrey Shell on. Stock', ad- nllted. Mrs. ,j. w. Wilson'. Steele. nd- mtted. Mrs. Jusii« Allison, Wnrdell. Mo., lismissc'd. IMi-inphis INlothodlsl llospitnl MLss Ida Ray West, Luxora, ulmiited. want ads. acts tnsl beenum it's Ihjiilil—iiulliinij Id dissolve—tin delay. -10 yc.m' line pinvri It! fL'li.iliility. I'ulluw (liu'dicMi; on Inhcl. I0c,30c, 60c. AH iltuuuisls. FOR SALE APPROVED ALFALFA SEED Dchuitked Sap does not rise in .spring, contrary to common belief. There is an increased circulation of tree liquids, with more being found in the outside cell zones than in winter, but the seasonal rise and fall Ls unfounded. Read * * * WEEK 1IHE1UL Allowance for your old Furniture CM New. \V> also pay cash fur used tin nit HIT. Alvin Hardy Kurn. Co. :WI K. i\l»in ' Phone 1220) There are 100.000 barber shops the United States according to estimates. TUT, S&MCI1ES AUK SOU) AT Oie Hickory Inn Across From IIi(jh School and Beans and 'Peas of Various Variety Also Car of STONEVILLE Pedigreed 2-B and 4-B L Phcme . Matthews Gin Co. Yarbro, Ark. "Yon couldn't iam n sardine in ! that nlace on Saturday night, but . an- other niwht of the week you ! :niii-'i shorn deer there." New York Ls making a concerted effort to aUra?' v-'itionhu tM~ summer. The Broadway Association, for example, has uist started an extensive nationwide campaign to "Make New York Your Vacation City." With no World's Fail- to interfere with Manhattan busi- With better milk prices at hand — making money in dairy farming depends pretty much on getting the herd producing enough to pay its way 'tviih profit to spare. The Purina Dairy Program of feeding and management is built to do that job. There's a Purina Cow Chow to fit your needs...whether you have grain or cottonseed meal to feed your cows — or whether you have no home-grown feed at all. Come in, see the records of local dairymen who arc making money on the Purina Dairy Program. * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * It's here! The greatest Sale in'America! Your greatest opportunity to buy the things you need! Plan now to come to Montgomery Ward Wednesday! Plan to stock up for months ahead ; i . NOW while you can buy at the lowest prices of the season! Join the millions of men and women, all across America, who wait for this great Sale tach year to buy aod SAVE! To bring you these great Ward Week values, ic took careful planning by the 650 Montgomery Wttrd store managers — combining their orders to get tremendous buying power! It took the skill of thousands of factory workers! It took modern transportation to bring the Ward Week merchandise here from the factories ! Every step of the way, costs were kept low! Now, in your Montgomery Ward store here, the Ward Week merchandise is offered to you in the simplest way. There are no frills, no unnecessary expenses ;: : costs'are kept low so that prices can be kept low! The merchandise is displayed so that you can examine it and see its QUALITY for yourself. C.OMK TO WARDS WEDNESDAY .: . SAVE IN WARD WEEK! • ^ ,'-•New H-C gives me Double-Range Anti-Knock "I get Double-Range Anti-Knock." That's what motorists are saying about the new H-C Gasoline. The two speedometers above indicate the two important speed ranges where knock- Jess power is needed. Some gasolines give high anti-knock in one driving range but not in the other. However, the new Double-Range H-C gives <yoif high (tali-knock in both. Try a tankfu! of the new Double-Range H-C today. It sells at regular price. L L ASHCRAFT COMPANY 112 E. Main Phone 154 * * * * * * * * * Look for the big Ward Wc«K circular that is coming to your door. If you do not receive your copy, please ask us for one. You will want to read through it carefully ... to pick out the things you want: You do not need a lot of cash to get what you want. You can use Wards monthly payment plan to buy now, and pay conveniently out of your income! WARD WEEK STARTS WEDNESDAY «t MONTGOMERY WARD W OnrtfUrrf IHt tr fferlofc- Kr Agenf Sinclair Refining Company (Inc.) B. J. ALLEN Phone 200 Blytheville, Ark.

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