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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, January 30, 1940
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PAGE TWO _BLYTHEVILLE (ARIC), FLAPPER FANNY, COPR.IJW IrKtAStRHCt. we, T.M.REC. 0.6. MT.OfF.- Social Calendar WEDNESDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. Claude P. Scoggln having ' ADO Bridge Club at Rustic Inn, Mrs. j. p. Holland entertaining BI-Monthly Luncheon club. . Town and Country club meeting with Mrs. C. C..Langston. Wednesday Bridge club meeting with Mrs, Farmivorth Black. 1 Mid-week services, First Presbyterian church, beiuij held nt home of the Rev, and Mrs. James A.' bverholser. i THURSDAY'S EVENTS j O. M. T. club meeting with Mis:; I Jean Eourland at 1:30 o'clock. j Mrs. M: .George entertaining l»rosperity club and their husbands, 1;30 o'clock. Mrs. J. E. Patterson having Thursday Bridge club. Mrs. c. W. Affliek entertaining Thursday Luncheon club, Delia Contract club meeting with Mrs. H. A. Taylor. Mrs. Cecil Shane entertaining Mld-WceX Bridge dub. Thursday Afternoon chili meeting with Mrs. Randolph Smith. .Mrs,. -Ted. King entertaining Double Four club with luncheon. Thursday ..Dessert club meeting with Mrs. D. Hammock. FRIDAY'S EVENTS Mrs. O. O. Hardaway enkrtnln- Jng Friday Bridge club. Executive Board, Woman's Missionary Union, First. Baptist church, meeting 2:30 o'clock with Mrs. Walter Bishop. SATURDAY'S EVENTS American Association of University Women meeting 12:30 o'clock at Hotel Noble. To Play Al Banquet Tonight mirnm Ijirgc Group 1'lans to Attend President's Kail. A large number of the younger social sets in the various parts'of the county and both the oHlcr and younger social groups of Bly- t-heville are planning lo attend the dance lo be given tonight at the city auditorium which Is being sponsored by the Bachelor;;' club for Ihe "light Infantile Paralysis" campaign. J. T. Sudbury,'president of the club, will be official host for the affair which will .begin,, at <J;3(I o'clock. Chaperons will be 'members of the county committee if which James Hill Jr., is chairman. Eddy .Dunsmoor nnd his orchestra arc to play "sweet swing at its best" for the dance. The 10 men and a maid will present a complete 3'j minute floor show from within the-unit and will feature n quartette, vocal trio and four vocalists. ( The hand which is quite popular in this section comes 3i4' from points of Illinois and loivn where it has been playing engagements. Maryn Mason, soulhcin -song stylist, appears with Dtins- rnoor and his "raindrop music" band. Ciiicsls at the President's Birthday banquet tonight at the Hotel Noble will IK Bits of News Mostly Personals entertained by C'oilese of Memphis, distinguished harpist. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. McCu'tchcn nnd daughter, Miss Sara LO U| returned Sunday night from Mlnmi Iltaclv Fla., where they had been | the Buest.s of Mr. and Mrs, I W Angclo | jiogw-s of Cairo, 111., v /ho have a house on the beach there. While nway, they also visited In kev West. . • ; Miss Mary Adah Robinson, "who' attends Southwestern college at Memphis, Is expected to arrive Demonstration Club News Notes forrl led in prayer. Marguerite Orn- tine, but, the cuts having been IT- lum (old the .story of "The Noble ducod to a smaller size before free/Order of the Dirt-Dors." inc. the process is more uniform, Mrs. Ewing .served n de.vserl I Mts-s Longhead .says. In addition course of jello and cofilkcs during'! to there being less breaking down the social hour which followed. of the cells by quick freezing, the locket-pltmt Is also a storage plant, and the meat can be kept in the frozen stale until it Is lo be used. After meat has been • frozen, Miss Loughcad warns, it must he used Immediately after thawing out. Although mint is essential in a well-bjlanced diet, there Is a len- dcney to cat loo much incut during the winter months because of lack of facilities for keeping it, at the proper temperature. From a health standpoint, it Is better that the meat supply he distributed over the year, antl freezer-locker .storage Is one means of doing this, the extension specialist says. All kinds of meats, according to Mls'j Lciuyhcad. have been frtr/L'ti successfully although men I of high quality Is more satisfactory than tnrat frctn unfinished or low grade animals. A better piece of meal will not b; Uken out of the locker than went into it. Varbro Chili Meets The Ynrbro Home Demonstration club met in (he home of Mrs. Helen Willis Tuesday afternoon wilh 15 members present. The meeting was called to ordsr by group sinning and the poem of Ihe month rend by Airs. /Mbjrt Hcllingsv.orlh. Each member nn- swerctl the roll call by telling what sha would t.ikc to the bingo party to be given soon. Mrs. c. J. Little j>Rvc recipes for banana bread and ginger' bread lo each member after which Mrs.' Elza Wheeler demonstrated how to make cut work pillow cases and Mts. B. A. Bugg, how to make of- ghans. The recreation chairman conducted a contest. In which Mrs. Ernest French received (Ii3 prize. The hostess, assisted by her daughter. Miss Nacline Willis, and Mrs, ' be- Ben F. Builer Shows Film At Birthday Party Tcchtiicclor movies of the Rose Bowl game between. Tennessee and Southern California iverc shown to between 150 and 200 guests of Ben George Bunch, served coffee 'a'ndi 1 '- ButlM ' of Osceoln at a birthday home icnlght to spend a week twcen semesters with her Dr. Flnlcy A. Robinson, and r'a'in- lly. Mr. mid Mrs. Russell Barliam and daughter, Wanda Leali, spent; Ihe week end In LltUe nock. They j wore accompanied home by' Mis j O. J. DC Woody, of that city, w ho ! will visit them here. f Miss Jean Stacy has returned ] from the University of Mississippi at Oxford where she attended Echool for the first semester. Miss Stella Ileedy, who has been Lily street, is Mr. and Mrs. George W. Patterson are expected to return today from Helena where they went yesterday. Mrs. Norivood Hedge, who 111 at her home en now improving. "\Vcll, boys, 1 guess this isn't gonna decide who'll tnke lo Hie dance. So Id's imike it whoever can whip ; Larry Foster Wins Movie Screen Tes who is ill of pneumonia'. dltion is Improved today. Mrs. Hedge has just recovered from nil McCIurkin Talks On Motives And Memory Motives, memory, and psycholo- il.'i hnbiis were discussed last night by W. D. McClurkln, superintend- ! been announced cut of the city schools, in the sec- ; ncrs of motion picture "screen tests Larr Foster, .5011 of Mrs. Ollie )f Los Angeles. Calif., am late Mr. Foster of this city, has one of Ihe win illness which confined her to bctl »iven for five weeks. | library. Mrs. Tom Han-is i.s recovering ''• Marc from an operation which she underwent, a month ago at the Memphis Baptist hospital. She is at her home on Lake street. The Hfiv. Euplia D. Bcisley and Mrs. S .23. Dami'on left this morning for San UICRO, Calif., where tlic Rev. Mrs. Deasley will begin an evangelistic meeting Sunday. cf n series of lectures being {from Warner Brothers-First by him nt the high school I lional Studios. The award was Na pineapple pic toppcti with whipped jtcnm. • _• • The next meeting will us Tncs- day,,F(jb. £. al the home of Mrs Albert : Hollingsworth. Arkansas Jiomt; farm mrfmmls show that food still makes the major demand on the cash available for living even with n large home production, says Miss Cora Lee Coleman. county home demonstration n3C))l. Even though the prospects arc Officers Arc Installed. Officers of the .Woman's nonary society of Ihc Lake otreel i Bond for im increase in farm cish Methodist church for the year of | income In 1540, it does not mean, 19tO were Installed yesterday al- for most families, that there should ternoon at a meeting of. the at the churbh. sronp he any reduction In the amount of homo-produced food 1 ;. Miss Cole- given by him at the Osceola House last night. The were shown movies oil Travis has been confined to toed ' Community Utosts also the Tennessee- Vanderbtlt game.' :Tlic party was a "slag" affair for many of Mr. Buter's- friends in this En rente there, they will visit relatives at Phoenix, Ariz. During tlic six weeks they plan lo be. away, they will travel in points of Old Mexico. Mary Mnrthell Williams, daughter of the licv. and Mrs. E. B. Williams, is improving from a- Icn days' illness of pneumonia. Others in the Williams' family, Travis and Miller, are ill cf influenza. since Sunday, while Miller 111 last night. Mrs. Iverson Morris is than 25 Blythevil'c people had entered The made alter he Evening Heralc interested In psychology were prus- antl Express seventemh anhinl Bet ent to hear Mr. McClurkln speak | tcr Babies' and Juvenile Talen lost night. Tho lecture tinned next Monday -light at 7:30 and 16 years were entered in the o'clock when Mr. McCIinkm will . Exposition's two classes. Lave for his subject, " j . Young Foster was winner of one Puibltmf. and Individual Differ- . of the 24 major awards which lap- EB SUPPLY TUESDAY, JANUARY.30,"1940 qucnces for the entire nalioji," Ue suggested a national action program calling fcr (1) public cooperation with private owners of forest, land, (2) public regulation of cutting practices on privately owned forest land, mid CD extension of public ownership ami man- of forest land. Wider Public Control Is Urged To Prevent Depletion WASHINGTON (UP)— Expansion >I public ownership and control of orest lands has been suggested by the Forest Service as a means f protecting the nation's dwlndl- iiff reserves of limber. Diii-ing ine past half century more trees suitable for commercial use have been felled by man than nature could grow In this country, forestry experts said. Reserves are diminishing at a rapid Cow on Railroad Tracks Understands Only Italian MILLERS FALLS, Miss. (UP)-Whether she was intent on suicide was not known—but a cow lay down on the Central Vermont railway tracks a few minutes before the fast freight train "Rockd" was due. Four scctionmen tried vilnly to move the cow with shovels, ropes, halters and words, both harsh and kind, nut the cow would not budge. Finally the owner—a woman— arrived and in soothing Italian quietly addressed the animal. The cow sighed, rose to her feel and was led away. The service cited figures lo show :hat lumbermen during the past •SO years have cut 1,000,000,000.000 more feet of timber than was grown on the nation's 500,000,000 acres of commercial forest land, depletion Too Itapiil A continuation of that rate of depletion will result j n an increasing shortage of lumber and other wood products before enough usable second Growth can be raised to meet increasing annual nalicn- al needs, the service said. More than two-thirds of the na- | lion's commercial timberland is un-' (ler private ownership and man-' Hgcmont—much of it, (he service! added, under "mismanagement." The remaining 160,000,000 acres is publicly on-lied by federal, state! and municipal governments. j Publicly owned forests arc being held principally as reserves ! More than 90 per cent of Ihe Urn- j cut last year was on privately ; YOUR CHILD'S toughing at night —caused by throat "licklc".pr irritation, month breathing, or a cold—can often be prevented by rubbing the throat and chest with plenty of Vicks VapoRub at i bedtime. ' : VAPORUB'S SWIFT, poultice-and- vapor action loosens phlegm,- relieves irritation, clears air passages, tends tostop mouth breathing, and invites A fla^^A^A healing restful %/gCKS sleep. Try it. VVAPoRua her j Exposition/ Many thousands of chil- scries will be con- | riren between the ages of six months enccs." Miss Rosa- M. llaruy. prin- ped the list of hundreds of s=hol- cipal of the high schot), will nssis', in presenting Ihis topic to the group. I The lee-lures which were ar-1 ranged at the request of n ii'iv.xber Hi-ships and other prizes. He lives »t 13344 Valencia street, Los Angeles. owned land. A program cf reforestation that calls for the planting of a tree for each one that is cut is being followed generally on publicly owned land. ' 1" Up to Private Owners I "Privately owned forests an:l problems facing private cwners are .major factirs in the nation's for-: cst situation.'' P. A. Silcox, chiet Service, said in a before his death! c-f people are open interested in this field to the public. Ai least To t\vo more will be given in tlw ))resent series with the possioiluy ex- istint' of extension of the course. i Continues To Receive of tile Forest, report shortly last month. "Forest lands of commercial timber-growing value arc more than 20 times the area of Indiana," he said. "This is an empire ; of such social and ecuiomic importance that we no longer can : "The River", .acclaimed by many air °«l to ignore it or leave it nn- the best picture ever filmed to nianaged without serious conse- Sign the Nw Register at the Ritz TUESDAY —PAL 2 admitted for price of 1 "DRESS PARADE" with the DEAD END KIDS Also Selected Shorts Show Free Fiim At Roxy Next Monday WED. , THUR. depict the history of the sippi river, will be shown The Rev. Frank M. Sweet, p)s-Jman says. Mot only floes home- tor of the church, conducted Ihc j produced foati help tti insure bct- tnstRllatlort. Mrs. W. L. Green, t 1 " diets, but the use of these who was re-elected president, was] homc-pro:lucpd foctls releases more in charge of the meeting. !<' ft5 " for °t«" purposes. Mrs. George Disinger, Mrs. T. W. i Mosl r ' ln " families can still in- Nell and Mrs. Billy Green were elected delegates to a mccling lo be held at the First McthodU church Thursday, Feb. 15 Tlie H present were dismissed witii prayer by Mrs. Meal. Daughter Horn. A daughter was born lo Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kinnlngham yesterday at the Walls hospital. The baby, who weighed seven pounds and twelve ounces, has been named Donna Rae. crease their non-cash income by careful planning ami each should include in its family living plan a definite program ior tlo'ing this in 15140. advise Miss Mary E. Lous- head, extension .•••prd.ilist in foods and nutrition. University of Arkansas College of Agriculture. Vegetables have lireii termed "the calance wheel in the modern did." With gardening time close al linn-J, now is an opportune tini? lo start conval- scctlcn and Included a banquet j escing at her home frcm a knee and floor show singed by a group injury received several weeks ago of Memphis dancers. The guests in- when she fell. '. eluded visitors from Memphis and! Miss Elizabeth. McLean is ek- othcr points in this section, peeled lo return from Memphis tb- di*j- where she lias visited friends since Sunday. While there, she planned to see David O. Sclznick's production, "Gone With the Wind." Mr. anil Mrs. Sam Yonrla and i,on. of St. Louis, have arrived here from St. Lovris to make their home at 809 Walnut street. Mr. Ytnrta Is with (lie Independent Packing company. . G. F. Scrape Jr., who is attending high school in Memphis, spent Slcelc-Gooter Society—Persona! Ilr.stcss lo Bridge- Club High Scholastic Marks' ?-W?. cti "s ° M1 ' e Mississippi ° t\' Rlll'n 1 TTlnMvIn /"*ii nvi m«n ttt-t Missis- free at WHY SUFFER Fun^nal. Steelc and Ihc following guests Mrs. Gerald Brooks. Mrs. Muschell \ Ilnmrn and Mrs. Marshcll Burroughs, al her home Inst week. 'Hie high score guest prize went to Mrs. Hanir.i n nd high .score among the club lumbers went to Mrs. Harbert Hudgcns wilh Mrs. Raymond Brooks receiving thr Ion' iSr. ' nip served cheese sanrt- «™>cs. pickles, jello and coffee. | Mrs. John F. Lcntl returned last j night from Memphis where she had \ been with Mr. Lcnli who under- i went an emergency operation Fit- | day nislit, at the Baptist hospital. I Mr. Lent I is resting well. She plans ! to return lo Memphis tomorrow. 1 Miss Mary Ann Naber,s will re-1 .'urn Iliis afternoon to Jonesboro i a student at Arkansas In line for the Dean's honor list at Cornell University al Ithaca. N. Y., is Jerry Cohen, a freshman there who was first honor student of last year's graduating class from the city high school. For the first semester examinations he was exempt fiom calculus, chemistry, hygiene, and physics, the only courses he is taking in which exemptions are allowcd.'llc is nu- jorlng in engineering. Mr. Cohen was also recently up- pointed chief of section of ths "Reserve Officers Training Corps at the University which is the second highest position a freshman can attain in the Ditlery. He mails 99 on an R. O. T. C. examination preliminary to his appointment. ty Rural Electric Cooperative Monday afternoon at Ihe Hoxy (heater, | it has been announced by H. C. Knappenberoer. superintendent. The 31 minute film, made by the federal government as an eju- cational feature, traces the Mississippi river from its source and s!so gives its history, along with scnnd explanations and music. Members of the cooperative,j i which was organized to promote iilcclricity in farm homes of Mississippi county, will also hear several addresses at this annual meeting which is expected to VJD of much interest. Lydi, E. PinXham's Vegetate Compound Has Helped Thousands! Tew woracn loiiay tin nol have apmo Men of At The Hospitals Has Business Meeting. Monthly reports of the various departments of the Woman's Council of the First Christian church were made yesterday afternoon at a business meeting at the hoaie of Mrs. R. • M. Beck. Mrs. John c. McHaney. who presided over the mccling. reported that $37.61 has been deposited In the organ fund during the past month. The meeting was opened with prayer led by Mrs. Barham. Mrs. O. J. DcWoody of Little Rock, houscgucst of Mr. nnd Mrs.. Barham, was a guest nt the meet- j ing which was closed with 'ho | missionary benediction. food-pro ti j garden. Mi ( i.s not corny I to produce l ion pro-am. The horn LotiKhcart nolnto out phnning this phase of the home l Mr - :ln(1 Mrs. Tom Lewis, Mv. and Mrs. Lewis Lrsler and Joe Russell will we "Gone With tli3 Wind" in Memphis tonight. They sutlkicnt quantity svi11 f<> down to Memphis this and variety enough vegetables for afternoon. Iresh use during the growing season Mrs - J - E- Taylor of Cottonwood and a surplus to can. store, or | ' s Improving nt the BlytUcville otherwise pre.scne for winter or tlic! ''O'i' where she is under treat- rton-procluoimr season. A ;lefiniu>ly i mcnl. workcd-oiit plan for planting the '•- C. Spencer is conlinoo lo his home vegetable garden which will '"""f '» Stfrtc with iiiflurw.n. provide this amount for each inrin-' Edward Hury of Detroit. Mich., is oer of the family will be an im- ""' iwst ot hi* mother. Mrs. Lrnrn ;ortnnt step in lucres-sin^ the nor.- Hiiey ami oilier relatives in Cooler .ash fnvm income for 1940 ,-inri in- ln ' s work, •iirc better Ii3ailh lor the family i Ml antl Mrs. Bnh la c HlyllicviHr. bnspilal Mrs. Wade Lee, city, admitted. Walls hospital Mrs. Grace Bishop, Manila, admitted, l ....^... , t . i»,,i,,,];i^ TJorn to Mr and Mrs. I/rank ollcgo. While spending her j Kinmngham a daughter " " " " --alion here j Bobby Howard, city, dismissed. Memphis liutilisl hospital J. W. Thrailkili. Osceola, ad- inilled. semesters' with her parents. Mr. ami 5 \j. Nabcrs. she became ill of influenza nnd remained for an extra week. She lias now recovered. Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Grab[-r will go to St. Louis today (o spend ten days with Mr. GraVjer's mother, .Mrs. A. Oraber. Mrs. George Smith is recovering from influenza which has confined her lo bod for a few davs. Cnirter News vxant ads. hrotigh hotter dirt, -.pncialist .said. (lie Lockor-plani frcwins is •.•rimiiasa- 'ively new as a method of 'meat preservation in . Arkansas, but . . ............... . The hostess, assisted by hr-r | rapidly gaininj favor, amn-diun lo " daughter. Miss Anita Faye" B<-rk.| information received by Miss CDIM sen'cd a dessert course with coflce.|l-™ Coleman. county horn? ;lcmnn- jstraticu agent, (rcni M!«<, M'lyy j.; j Longhead. | fo °t ls and iptlcr and family li:ue moved into the W. M. Duncan hoim- at Stcrlo. Mr. Lctl- hf-ttcr is one ot tht- owners of the nc« I,, ,'. I,. Market ;<t Sioclr. Master .)ani"s Honnid Southern is recovering (mm an attack ot •tiirkcn pox lie contracted en route £ludy Gospel ol .lolm The gospel oi John v.os tlu- bmu of the "discussion letl by Mrs Jamss A. OvcrhcVscr at the meeting of 20 members ot the Woman's ,\u:<- iihiry. First Presbyterian church yesterday at the church. Mrs. Overholser was assisted ir. presenting the program bv Mt? Mattic Allen, Mrs. C. M. Gray ant Mrs. D. C. McLean. 0 [ cxt3n.'ip:i ->.pe;i nuui'.iou. UuHv Arkansas Collcje of Asrinv Amnif. the ninny .idvant.isc- o) locker-plan trnraaj which ai-cannt for this iiurc-asitu ptiimUii-liv. Mis' says, ire elimination of m;M siioiliKic due to nutavmable WMihrr coiKiitions. a better distri- but ion the A spaghetti luncheon was server. | l ' 10 I 1 " 1 "' piovincs. o[ tvc.h meat thro'.isiaul and the- quirt; frrtvtm jit the noo hour. » * « iMskr Plans for I'.irty Plans fcr a parly to be River. Monday, Feb. 12. were niao'c yesterday afternoon at a meeting of the Brooks Junior GuTs Auvlliary of the First Baptist church. Wanda Jarrctt is a new member. The group met at the church and went from there to the home of Mrs! J. J. Ewing, leader of the auxiliary. The personal service re- poTt "was given by Rora Ucc Milhorn after which Mary Ellen Craw- 'Hie primary Wick iTrnng nnrt srrnU-ntal Ircr/- ins '^.liich c.viJcricticr l\;i ;v I'm^ht rural prnjilc to avoid t : , n^ hi'vir' r.pced. Not only docs tm»,-t< h-,,,,.',' iiij; laV.n • Dr. J. A, Saliba Annonnres thr nf Ms oflicc fr;im thr, Ingram Dniltlinu lo his home. 124 K. Kculiicky I'hojis 111) ionic- from ;\ vacation whlrh was pent in Fi. Myers. Fl.i., witli his i:airnts. Mr. ami Mrs. BaUrr ^outhcni. Mr. and Mis. Ike Mil'n spent the latter pate of tho wwti in MnmnWr. where they nttcndrd Ihe funeral oi Max Rubcnstcin of O;.- coyla, Al.';. Mv. and Mr.--. Floyd Smith »:id sou. l!o-,\3ta have iclurnrd alter n vacation sp^nt in Ft. Myers Miss Joam-lla Cooper, \\iio is cm- ployed in West Memphis, Avk.. silent last work h«o with parents, MI. and MU,. \v. M Cooper. Try One of Our Delirious IG SANDWICHKS Die Hickory Inn IN MOIORIAM (Mrs. Oma Koonce Thomas) One year ago today, Oma dear Oori called you lo dwell on high To live with His angels near We can't forget-; we can cnly try. We loved yon. yes, my dear. But the angels loved you more. We can t.nly pray that some day We'll meet on Yonder Shore We hope to meet you face to face Some glad tomorrow And clasp your dear hand once more In the Land where there is no sorrow. Your Loved Ones. Allan Jones • Nary Msilin • Walter Connolly Paramount News— Novelty Short TUES.-WED.-THURS. — PRESCRIPTIONS— Safe - - Accurate Your Prescription Druggist Fowler Drug Co. ain & First TMione HI Shorts 11:00 LISTEN TO KLCN a.m. — 12:45 p.m. — 1:30 p.m. Read Courier News want ads. 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