The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on January 19, 1940 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, January 19, 1940
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'PAGE-TWO' Students To Get Credit For Part Time Employment! FLAPPER FANNY Bits of News Mostly Personals SATURDAY'S EVENTS J. U. G. meeting with Miss Sal- He Ma this, 6:30 o'clock. Party Is Given for Delti Ccntiact Club, Mrs. .J. H. Elklijs gave a party for members ol the Delta Contract club yesterday afternoon at her the members, guests were Mrs. Ooyle Henderson, Mrs. Jesss Taylor, Mrs. Max B. Reid and Mri.',W; 0. Hlgginson. High score prize among th3 qlub members went to Jlrs. L. H. Moore arid anione the gueat£ to J!rs. Taylor/. • A dissert course was served with coffee 1 , nt 'the conclusion of Uie Has Club "Party. Mcmbyv of ;the Double- Pour Bridge clUb - Were -'entertained wlUi a £arty yes^ii'ay' Afternoon at Uic bcme ol Mr$. r ;Jb!m Foster., Mrs. Bob Gwynh^was also a guest.. TnUIes .jfpr. ;t : lie bridge gimes were ornamented: with miniature figures pf: wooden birds, and chickens. Mrs; Howard, Frlsby was high scorer} /flndj Mr$. :.Thcodore Logim. second'-hlgh. i •••'..- ' ',.• . • A combination salad and dessert course was served at tiio conclusion c:~ the games. Is Hostess to Club Mrs. H. H. Houchlns was hostes to members of the Mid Weak ciul at a bridge, piity .yesterday afternoon. at heir. home. ~ . ' . The approaching Valentine holiday was carried out in the .centerpiece of red arid white carnal Ion; and Vatentltu; tallies used for the iiin?heoi>' table.. '• Mrs..'C. :'A. Cunningham, receive! hlsh score, prize in games. the bridge Luncheon Given 'for Club ..'fhs Thursday Bridge club which usually has art afternoon party was eritsrtiii^ed' at; i; Uinjheon given Wednesday at the' home of Mrs. J. J. Cookston. : Ail. the members were present fo: "the lun ;hepi,v ,w.hicl\ \yas served n small tables'- arranged! .'Ill > tlie livln;. room. •;.. _.-.". ' : , '.Mrs. J. 1 E. ''Patterson' was liigl) scorer and Mrs, L. E. Bskcr, lire. in the bridge games which tollo;ved Mrs. Charles Alford. received the prize in the card game, "Bingo," which was also played. Clul! Has, .Guests, ,. , . . v , ,,_ , . , . •When Mrs'. ' Edj'nr 'Boriim '..wo.' hostess' to members ' of the Thursday. Contract club yesterday altsr- ' ' ' ' noonjf slie ' also' ha d ' as guests. ' . Mrs. 4 ,W?J? : ^pUard i)nd Mis. W. '6 '' '•'• Pink, gladioli i de:ora_tcd the rooms where;'Uirich' : was served at sm;ill tables.^ ••••;••High, score prize, amonf the club members .w.ent to Mrs, Carroll P. Biakemore and hlsch among tlie guests to Mrs, Cbamblin. puunc 8CI100IS. • • . | 'flu; ucorge.. Copnell, of Conway v;lll related Potter, and Mr. and Mrsi ^ ^ff*^,^*'*" stud ^ on '"^'" ' will ba to Reservations May Now I Made For Infantile Pa alysis Benefit Jan. 30 j Reservations muy be made' now i FIUDA'Y, .TANUAfcY '19, 'MO-'* Si city In regard to working with' the players. ':' The next meeting will be Thursday night at tho city hall at 7:30 I o'clock. Permanent committees for ' tho year will ba announced by the. new president and plans for the i future activities will be discussed 1 by the group after the presentation C of the prcgrain. JCHILDS M/s. Eddie B. D»vid, Mrs. j). otter, nnd Mr. and Mrs. I}1 Potter s):ent yesterday lu Memphis wm, ipft" )n,in" r " r ' '"'• vu "" c " Wll > see personnel Lis?jar« a * ^^^^jssrs under will the H1 job and maintain announced today by E. 'B _ employer to cluck who Is In charge of the ticket selF- general quahflca- Ing for all Mississippi County the teacher will j which is cooperating in the oro- Sram. 13 en- i Because the number of tickets to students ire to be limited lor the cooperative , due to tho COLDS Relievo misery direct —without "dosing". - swift-acting • VICKS VAPOKUB O i training program, according to Mr. Comiell.' Whether a student to ta n department store clerk expert. In a garage, Blue Room of the Hotel Noble, it I wants was decided to allow reservations >r before tickets are placed on sale, a There are 118 tickets to be sold Cor that many couples with only about one-hale of these to bc kept §4965 . ummm . . . an' liow much for the red one over there?" 'n the contei- of the dining table, Yellow tapers flanked tho cako. In he tlhcr rooms, cut tulips nnd, •looming plants were used for de.c- iration.s. Bridge nnd other games amused he guests nftar Miss Moore had >penod her gifts. S tCele-CoO lei- Society —-Personal SUcle tiroup Spends Vacation At Ft. Myers A party of Steelc people left Itcelo, spent Sunday at Cooler, .vith Mr. and Mrs. W. N. Holly. The cond'tlon or Mrs. Holly,.who has been confined to her home the -nst week because of Illness, Is un- eliunged. ! The condition ot Mrs. Georgr- Lawrence, who is a patient in the Baptist, hospital at Memphis, Is unchanged. She is there for treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Strand spent Sunday in Wilson with rel- iatives. I Mrs. Gils Cooper and daughter. I Jo. Ann, and Mrs. Lewis Lester were visitors In Caruthersvillc Sunday. j Miss Nine Bro:ks and Miss [Juanita Lossing spent Monday 1n Selmor, Tenn., with friends. hospital. He has been oxygen tent. Mrs. E. M. Terry left today a vacation In St. Petersburg ' She accompanied her slater, J. lj. Blnford, and nephew, „.,.,... J. Binford, of Brownsville, Tcmi Mrs, Aubrey Elliott, of CaJu.lh- ersville. came- Tuesday n|ght to j spend the week with hei- daujhtor, Mrs. Ralph Berryman, and family Mrs. M. T. Burr went to 'Me'rii- phis today to spend tho week, 1 end. Mrs. Edwiud Segraves Is, rest-Ing well follo.'Aijig an ai>pend4c^jJio performed yesterday st the 'Memphis Methodist hospital, Mr. Se- Ijraves. who was with her, is expected to return this afternoon. graves II, Is spending the time with lib poriunlty w.ill be,' eiven if the cm- Sign the Ns\y Register, at the Ritz FRIDAY Z75.00 GOOD HEASONS why you should attend CONGO MAIS1E with Ann Sothern & )ohn Carroll Also ..Selected Shorts. Caruthersville Society—Personal Circles The Margaret Lowe imd Lottie, M'on • Circles of the met at the serving | - greed upon ' by the county committee in charge, of a news story that has been so that more than one-half will go published Is acceptable, ' into the fund. Guests nt the ban- A news event in club life; meet- Q"ot will bQ guests of. the commit- Ing. lecture, social event or special tee for the dance later in thc cainpai»n may be used for the evening which Is to bs a separate subject with the story to be oriji- affair at, City Auditorium nal copy, double spaced, legibly Keeping expenses at a minimum written or typed and not more than and yet having an "elaborate affair 530 words. Is a problem being successfully Entries arc to be sent to Mrs. worked out by the county chairman ~ ' Vaughn W. Root of Little Hock, James Hill Jr., and members of the' Arkansas, state chairman of Press banquet committee, w^ri antl Publlclt .y. not later than Feb. I» addition to the banqu»t thc BrWir^ms/Mr ^l m ^ afternopn,'MrlT'l. ST-l 15<A «_-'.. - ?lrthday_ Greeting Cards for the ' ^ 'ten wns in charge -""- - ' first and second prize ribbon March of Dimes, a Tag Day , ty for special work among cripples Srndny for a two weeks' vacation r>! ... , TI..IV,, ' a ""' I S nt Ft MV»I-<! PI. Timu , t .., ,,, , vtslt!n E relatives here Uiis week. Simrllv ' S ' U WaterS Of ' Olil ' Alrk '' J 1 " 5 were- Dr and Mrs L E roam* arr ' VC<1 f ° r a V ' slL with tlis dtm?h %£&X^^ MeT-TcS^' ^ "^ Cdoter, Mr..and Mrs. Byron Holly nnd son, Joe Byron nnd Mrs. proved today after having become lnt ' botlx <! lr ciex Wet together f;r ill Wedncstlay night, ' ' i a social hour and rcfvcshments of Miss Helen Moore . and, Johnnie' tea "net. caltc were served by mem- Edwiirds spent yesterday in' Mem- keri ' of tlie Bottle Moon Circle. Fhls. ' .- ' . - Mrs. J. Cecil Lowe Is improving ! IUIc Hour Meets from a week's illness of influenza i Mrs. John Lane entertained the Funeral Rites Held For Fred Williams 1 W ' K - Fr f nc | st j Li'ttie theater Group CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo., ' ' SATURDAY GLORIA CICKSGN • MAXIE ROSENN.OOM r'artncn & Serial 'Phantom Creu-iis' SUN. & MON. Jan.'which hn.s confined lier to her Mle Hour Club nt her home Wei- ' 19 ~ I ' lmeral services for Fred \VH- W. K. Francis was elected presi- homc, 317 North Sixth' street, jncsdny nfter»oon. 'Mrs belberl! ' li *" ls ' C1 - were hcl " htl 'e. yesterday dent of the Little Theater Players Mr. and Mrs. ttive Howcll, of j Harper-, Mrs. Delbert Bishop and al .t« v «ioon at the Smith Hmeral last night at a meeting of thc Joncsboro, visited Mr. and ''Mb.; Mrs. Kcnnett, Dillman were club home .. the Iie ^. D. K. Foster, Bap- sr;up al tbe city hall. He succeeds Ralph Berryman and family Sun-[guests. I'.'?' pastor, conducting the services Miss Margaret Shaver ni this DDS!jay nl^lit. ' Hjp>i • -t.-m i«* ...-_ -.- ••.- -,- <:„.. ,. . — . v ' Mr. and Mrs. lean Scott, of!.Cn- ruthersville, spent Sunday yvit.i Mrs. Scott's sister, Mrs.' Jerry Hearn, and Mr. Hcarn, ' : Mrs. Annie Lea Holt is restlnj very well followinj a major oporV Uon/performed at the Walls hss- .jital this morning. Mrs. Lyn B, Smith, of Caruthem- villc, spent UIB week end here Holly's mother, Mrs. Fannie Coleman of Holland, Mr. and Mrs.. Sims Mfchie nnd daughter, Mary Anna, Mr. and Mrs, J. W. Reno, Mr. nnd Mrs. Baxter Southern and son, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Smith nnd son, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Mr. /JlVciuBMemteri j Cameron am Mr and Mrs. Gideon Attend Bridge/Party ' u V M Ot ^f' .. , . All "the members ot the Tuesday! '" f, L M ^ crs : u>ey w " )om Mr Afternoon club attended the party i n ™ . A ? rs ' Ne «*erry Johnson, given by Miss Ruth Butt Tuesday j,, a 5J ls - ^ V V * n hntr, Mr. at her home. | Mrs - T - °- Deas ' ev < Ur - T - B - Retreshmerits were served at the •?''•. J ° e ™ mmn Mlcmc mld Mrs exclusion of the games in which 1 " 0 '? Brooks and ethers. Mrs. Barman Taylor was high! Mr- <»«» Mrs. \V. T. Bnllcy. who scorer and Mrs. Renkert Weten-,™. 11 '; 1 ?- ~ car MK W< of Blythe- kamp, second high. ^, 1!c ' lcft Sun(lft y fot n v 'slt with ' - t « t Mi!-, and Mrs. L. V. Bnlley nnd Ha'yo Carrts wllh Club daughter, Janice, and Mrs. Jennie Vrs .J. P. Friend played cards' ^.f cr ° r BurlHigmne, Calif,, will with members ot the Thursday DCS-! vl£U ' at Ft - M y crs bcfor c ll «y re- sert' club yesterday afternoon when ! " 1- they were entertained at the home i, *«• and V™- Cl » ss Breedings ol Airs. B. F Brogdon Jr ' lclt Monday for an extended visit • A dSBscrt course was served be- ; " Ulllt cit - v ^id other points of fere the games in which Mrs. Eu- mt " Ml 1n Florida, s'ene Dickinson was high scorer and! „ , * ' " Mrs. Jtes Homer, low. I »»»ehicr Born • « > • vvord has been received here cf Coti'licn Club 1 llle blrl;h of n daughter to Mr. Plans For Danco | nml Mrs - Elvis Coleman at their Plans for a dance to be given : Ilon1c '" Dex t cl '. The uaby, who Saturday night, Feb. n, vrero discussed at a meeting of the Octillion club at the American Legion Hut last night. .The nffalr Is to be a formal one, and en. out of town orchestra will be play for the dancing. weighed nine pounds, has been named Judith Ann. She is n great granddaughter of Mrs. John Russell of this city. Mr. and Mrs'."' Charles Crigge'r n ' lth relatives. Jr.,- Mr', nnd Mrs. Eddie Regenojd,'! panittl home Jnc and Fenncr Russell spent last week end In Luray, Tenn., They were accom- Mrs. Tom Mr. and Mrs. Tom Phillips and Crawford who had spent the pasi Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Allen were i tnree wceks nt Lll ™y with Mr. and named to the dance committee to' - vlrs - e| 5'fle Hlnson. make arrangements fcr the affair. M |ss Eunice Gulhrle has grno to Mr. anil Mrs. James Ney Hunt, • p °l )lllr Bm!f l01 ' n vls 't with her of Man'ln, and Mr. and Mrs. Free-• motner - ilrs - A - J - Guthrlc, and man Roilnson are new members • ' uth her br o»«r, Clmrles Guthrie, of this social group, ! an -J «>n. • • « Mr. Bnd Mrs. Hayes Smith have P. E. 0. To Meet lelurned from a vacation spent In --Mrs. .Charles. Rose, and Mrs. L. ! Ft - M .™fs, Fla. E. Old will' be .hostesses to mcm-i itar y Helen Strong Is recovering bers of Chapter N of the P. E. O ,' rorn "" Illness of pneumonia. She sisterhood fcr a luncheon tomor- j Ls at ttlc Wai's hospital in Blythc- row at one o'clock at thc Rose ville «' he re she was taken Thurs- ho'me. . • .fliy. • • • • Norman Coleman burned his Bride-Elect Is 'hands when hj was putting out a Uonored. At Uarl.r ,'"re which stnrit-d in some curtains Miss Helen Moore, bride-elect of al his hctne over the week end. Johnle Edwards, *as compliment- AItho\i«h his bums nre ver>- pained with, a buffet supper and show- i fu! - tllp y "re not thought to be er given last night by her cousin, 'Wnous, . Miss Mary Ann Naiers, at her' Mr - all(1 Mr s. D. Ben Holly, of home iCaruthcrsviUe, and Mrs. Hayes tnentj fcur guests EUrpriserl Smj th and daughter, Hn^cl, *ot Miss Moore at the party. Included In the group -were four from out of town, Miss Helen Robbs and Miss'Ruth Jane-Archer, both of Jonesboro. honseguesls of Miss Nabers. Miss Ruth. SecOy Cl Jonci- boto, house guest of Miss Margaret Jane Acltin, and M!s,s Jan4 WIN' liiais of Drivaf. -^ ^*h*t^ Vredding cate cm?ruOnt-» ej rwith orange bloAsoms ana tut- "•^efl. byl.lba jtiiujature Vflgures Improved. E. Waters, who, has been Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Berryman Mr three weeks, Is slightly Berryman and children, ' RobcH, ., , , W3r y Sue and, Billy, went up for Mr. and Mrs. Tcni Lewis visited her Saturday, mid Mrs. Berryman Mr. nnd Mrs, M. B, Lewis ol and Robert and Mary Sue motored. Braggadocio Sunday. Lois McCann was a business • her home Sunday. visitor In^w Madrid yesterday. Tfin 4-H Club Members Urged To Amend Meeting Here High score .prize, three pairs of at - 3:30 ' ln * c ™'"H »ns'in Majlis lion. Mrs. L. L. Huljeiier was re- hosiery, was won by Mrs. Harper. Kmeter J'- Mr. Williams passed elected third vice president and Mrs. Girard Callihan brldgocd and awa 2 nuout noon Tuesaay ti^uow- Miss Mildred Moore, secretary and received linen napkins, and Mrs. illg a sl f olie . one ot several he had treasurer. Other new officers "clios- Earl M. Coppage. Jr., won low, a ^ unei ' et l since about ti.ircc years en were Graham Wright, first vice tath towel set. After the games a S°- I president and Ralph Farrar, seethe hostess SQrvecl salad, h:t rolls, *"'" "'""""" K — '- '<••'—-''""' •" •••>—< shoestring pgiatoes and ten. j / First Exams For Navy th «cn of Boys and Girls 4-H clubs are ur«ed , .,,,, .to attend the Ten applicnnls from St-selc, Luxora and Blytheville were given pre- entrance into Navy when n tho United States one-day enlistment yeslcrtiny . rn , of the coun- burcilll Wlls openetl h r ? ™? H '""T 1 - 9 ° ClOCk ' at Cllic[ B "^™i"'s Male J. A. MC- he Court House, It was announced- G ranc and chief Turrett J L AJten ' ° f tlle JonMboro CECtC(l tho rcsults ot today by Jim J. ajr[cultural agent. Plans for I bo tnkcji up by ihe club officers, leader; throughout North Mississippi Coim- contingent .ctlvitics will of 4-H ( 0 uc held later in Jonesbpro. members it i s Dimmed to have these eu- " listment bureaus here at Intervals, It is understood. At The Hospitals Walls Hospital Mrs. E. L. Ashmorc, Armorel. admitted. Biirljara Jean Locke, city, admlt- cd. Mrs. Annie Lee Holt, city, admitted. J. E. Wliitworth. city, admitted. Mrs. C. C. .Sliourd, r.isscd. Manila, Alrs. L. W. Gilbert, city, dismissed. Boris Crnvfn'-rl. cii.-.-. -iisintssed. Blylhcvlllo hosiillal Helen Martin, city, admitted. Mrs. J. R, McCoruiell, city, nd- mltted. Billy Goodwin, city, dismissed. Memphis Methodist hospital Mrs. Edward Segraves, Luxora,, admitted. Mrs. C. C. Irby, Osccola, ad,- .nitted. Courier News Pressman Hurt By Exploding Metal Tom Mabry, pressman of the Courier News, received injuries to his right eye when hot metal, exploded In a melting pot In the second door steroiyping room of the Courier News building Uiis morning rib ait nine o'clock. He accidentally spilled some water In the pot, causing the metal to explode nnd Injuring tin area around his right eye and the eyeball which was blistered by bits of the flying metal, After receiving first aid treat-. mcnt, he was ablo to resume work. Other damage was conllncd lo the melting pot. Mrs. W. M. Collins is visiting this week with : her sister. Mrs. John Galloway. Harold, the small son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert Paris, who has been ill with tonsilitts, Is reported to be improving. P. B. Eastwo;d, Sr,, was a business visitor in Stcele Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. J. w. Tlpton, Mrs. Ed James and Miss Boiuile Montgomery, of Miami, Fla., who has been visiting' 'here, all left Wednesday morning for New Mexico where they will spend a, week or ten days. ' vfl '- Williams, born In Living- 'ond vice president. stoii. : ;coui)ty, Ky., Augmt 12, 1878, Jlrs. Hubcner, Miss. Moore and was the so'h-ot Mr. aitu Mrs. Tnom- Miss Shaver were appolnte'd to the a . s J ': V/|iilams. Willie a small boy, program committee which 'in addi- Women's Clubs Compete In Annual Press Contest . Women's Clubs of the Forrest City district of the Arkansas Federation have been invited to participate in the Fourth Annual Press Contest of tlie New York Herald Tribune for 1039-40, it was announced today by Mrs. Samuel F. Norris, district chairman of Press and Publicity. Pi-ess reporters or publicity chairmen of districts and of Individual federated clubs in the district, are eligible and stories submitted do not need to have been published or cvet: intended- for publication prior u entry iii the contest. One uews release such as would be sent to ti local newspaper arc to s »'Mil)intttC'l "-it.h iiT,vs!nv>er cUo- plngs not eligible hut an, original the family moved to. Missouri, an J, lion to arranging the program for he had. resided in garntne/svljle ihe nest meeting will also en- almost 50. years. He i)nite.d. with deavor to contact all people Inter- trie Methodist church when a, young ester! in the building, up of a suc- He. engaged In fanning a number of. years,, later engaging in the carpentry trade until the first stroke abput' three years agj hi- capncilnled him lor luriher work. lie was uruted in marriage to Miss Sarah Jane Estes and to thi.i union was born five daughters, one piecedini' him in death when a ain a 11 girl. &uiviiiug are his wife, Mrs. Jane Estes Williams, and four daughters, Mrs. .'. Thomas Mnrtey and Miss Jewel \yilligms of Caruth- trsville; Mrs. Harry Puckett of .etillon, Mo., and Mcs. Sam Dicfc- eison of Greenville., Miss. He is albo survived, hy his motner, MIB. Dora Williams, and one brother, Lawrence Williams, both of Wst- jcnvlllc, Calif. According tp. surveys, men are more apt to talk in their sleep, out women are more given to .ircaming. To' One of Our Delicious PIG SANDWICHES Ole Hickory Inn Across From High School it;ier Nnws \Minl arts. BOHE HOW WORK CALL 106 All JX, vl iargaret's __BEAUTY SHOP REDUCE SENSlBLV Swedish Massage, V.ip, Riihs Mrs.-Ruth Lawhon $7 SAY & BILLINGS, inc. ^ - •- Phon« 76 Attention FA R M E R S • WE CAN ARRANGE Repair & Remodel LOANS ON YEARLY PAYMENTS l''or Additions, and Improvements On Your Kami Buildings Payments »rc to be made in fall when your crop" are gaUierud, 21-HQUK SEUVICK EAST ARKANSAS BUILDERS SUPPLY CO. . Plipive. 20 cessful theatrical group in CARD OF THANKS Tha family of the Iat 3 G. L, Mair «-isli to thank their friends for the kindnesses nncl sympathies extended to them during their recent, bereavement. Mrs, Asncs Lee Mnrr and children Mrs. Jane. Marr. mother BEAUTY SHOP FOR SALE Ideal lijcation at Stecle, Mo. Modern equipment, Buslucss well established. An unusual opportunity. Write r. O. Box C2, Sfccle, 3Io. OX-Y Fri. & Sat. OKLAHOMA TERROR with Jack Kamlall. Cartoon * Serial "Kit Carson" Sees All—Knows All—TelTs'-'All • ; On the Stage' ; hV;Krsori'•' : ' f/asl Times Friday "&.'Saturday- \i& SECIAI, MIDNIGHT S11O\V 'I. SATURDAY NIGHT 11:00 p.m. ••>'' "KIKJU'S SEANCE" ; Also Feature Picture "FATAL HOUR" with BORIS KARLOFP Comedy tl:OD LISTEN TO KLCN a.m. —12:45 p.m._4:30 p.m.. I'lione RIU 221 Phone Roxy S33 STARTING TODAY >y They say up In 20 miles to the gallon. Yes, Ihe people \vho own Mercury Ss arc bragging iibrmt thc surprising mileage they gel. And you can't Manic them! Imagine brilliant performance, superb riding and driving comfort, nil the important advantages of any big. car—PLUS ECONOMY that would do crctlif to n car of ;iny size! Ho we're going lo linii cut jtist what any Mercury owner can expect in mileage. Starling today at lilylhcville, a slock Mercury- 8 will make a fwo-mile Ifcnnomy Run. Gasoline and oil used will be carefully checked, supervised by impartial guest riders. All driving will bc on regular roads, under regular driving conditions. .Judge by your own standards Ihu qu.ili- li<>s of this record-breaking car. Jus I. let us know when you want to try out a Mercury S—and we'll give you Ihe drive of your life! Ford and Mercury Sales and Service 5lh & Walnut Phque S1U

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