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tWO BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.) 'COURIER JNEWS FRIDAY, APRIL 24, 1942 Foxra.New Dancing Club ! v , , Twenty five> young couples formed a dancing club last night and, nam^M^Ira Crawford as. president "of.the'group in an organization •;.-<•:,meeting at the Woman's Fashion Is Iii Flower • dance, is planned .for each month at which' three couples will entertain. .Each social affair will ge a supper- dante. given the- second Tuesday-.iix the month probably at the ; Arnerican Legion Hut. Other off ic'ers named last night were: 'Jimmie Terrell, vice- presi- dant; /IVIrs. 'Raymond Johnson, .secreta'i'V'-tfeasur-tii'; • Mrs-. WillisnY R. Crawford,, reporter, A committee of Mj:s. William. R. Crawford Mrs. I&Qro fcne Whittle and::Mrs. Mar,shaH: : BlackarcJ was appdmted.,,tp.' select a name for the .social organization. Members q£- the by.-law,s committee : are Ira Crawford. ; Matt- Scruggs, :and Marshall BlackaKK ""'.'' : ' '''" •'•'«•.• *- r »: ' • ' MRS. ISSACS->GIVES LUNCHEON GLUB PARTY Mi's. 3VL A..JSS3.CS was hostess at a party for members of, the Thursday 'Luncheon Club yesterday afternoon "at Jijr home. _ ; ' Thg,Ctwjol.. cour.se." iuriphe.oa was served afc the din'ing table centered with Spring flowers. Mrs. R.. F. Kirshner was high and Mrs. Russell; Phillips, second liig-hr scorer- in the games which followed*; lunch.; •.•••• ;/•$•••* * ADC CLXJB MEETS AT; HARPOLE ROME Members;of; the ADC; Ciub /were entsr-tjaoried/-at their weekly: party Wednesday-Van.' ine- -home, of Mrs. Ben - Hai-pple - Jr.- Spring flowers were : % axr'anged throughout .the Harpole home. Refreshments; were served, after the games. Mrs...'filbert Huffman was high; and MIIS. James Terry, second-high- scorer. - SHAVINGS By Bburf»re< Shaver •f the Courier New* SUff To Conduct Revival Bite of News Mertly Peisonal Another week, another column— but a new. . problem-. The problem of. finding .someone brave enough to claim the lower plate of false teeth found over the week end on Broadway street. Is it mere coincidence that the Hotel Noble Ls on Broadway and that the state Junior Chamber of Commerce had a ring-dinger of a convention last week end at the Hotel? Sounds suspiciously as if a convention-goer "dropped his teeth." It was not coincidence but mer:-ly an unfortunate accident that the classified ad regarding the lo.st teeth ran the first time not under "Lo.st" but "For Rent." * * * Rupirt Martin Craf ton—known A LL kinds of dainty prinkies— - small, unfussy but bright costume gestures-enliven the American, girl's wartime wardrobe, and Kerens.anew one, Barbara Britton , lovely Paramount player now appearing in "The Fleet's In/' ; wears one tiny nosegay in her hair, has a larger one as a bouquet. Fresh flowers and a paper doily are easily fashioned into these gay decorations.," youngster. When attending the The Rev. O. J. Chastain will conduct services during ths Spring revival at First Baptist Church, Walnut and Seventh streets, be- morning. ^ The Baptist Sunday School one Sun-, day. the teacher, Mrs. Walter i *™™° will Bishop, was attempting to get thej boys in a mood for prayer. She ( . : - kspt repeating, "Now, if you'll all: be real quiet we'll talk to God." Harbor.. .Jack- Jenkins- ,s_now a 11 , , i tnnlr f«nmi-nrmrli»r nt T^nvf RpnninP' The little boys bowed their head; tank commander at Fort Benning, she opened her. mouth to begin her '. t Ga... .Graham Wright, who for- praysr, and Biiszy spoke up: » Mrs I merly taught In Sudbury schools, is Bishop, when you talk o Him, studying radio in the U. S. Army 1 ' • • J A;,. r"ni>r>f c-totiriTt ot Ri~/M r TviAlrl tell Him hello for me." Air Corps at Scott Field, Not only is Buzzv' on intimate in - having been transferred there ' terms with God, but he also has a way of handling his Uncle Rosco. When one of. the new homes was being built near the Rosco Craf- TRIPLE TABLE CLUB HAS Mrs. ' W: B. Nally entertained members? of. the. Triple'Table -Club and. one guest, Mrs! Ira Walters, [ of Little Rock-, hpuseguest. of Mr. • and Mrs. John Foster, for a party 1 at her home last night- i Prizes" went to; Mrs. Ed Smith .for'high,'Mrs: Joe Hamby for second high and Mrs. Otto Scrape for "club" award. The hostess served, short 'cake at the conclusion of the games. • • MB&iXECK IS "OSTESS Name Who's Who Winners For '42 Mao; K- Poole and J. T. Cum: mings were named Mr. and Mrs. W. H. S.. in a recent Who's Who contest at Wilson High School in which Jean. Speck, and Jack Berry were chosen the most popular students and Miss Dorothy Byford the prettiest) and Mr. Cummings, the most handsome. Other titles won by Miss W. H. S. yellow ..tulips formed strawberry, were most va i ua t,i e student, most studious, most dignified senior and tie for best all around girl. Mr W: H. S. in addition to being the most • handsome boy, was also named the most studious, prettiest :jhair, prettiest eyes, most polite |table^en1JBTpieee;'yes- i ; ^ ost conce jtcd. and best physique Mrs. ,G.- E.- r -Keck -was He tied for tiUe Qf most attractive : ;l!6§tess'; : -for the weekly . Thursday Contract. Club party. Throughout the other rooms of her home were arranged bouquets of. spirea and tulips of other colors. Mrs. G>. M. Powell, the only guest, received high,score prize in the games which followed, lunch. MRS. JOHNSTON PLAYS WITH CLUB Mrs. W. S: Johnston played cards with members of' the Thursday Bridge Club yesterday, afternoon when they were entertained at the hcnie of Mrs. Ralph Berryman. Mrs...C. L. Nabers was high and Mrs. Russell Barham, second high scorer. Bridge, award went to Mrs. J. J. Gookston. Following the- games, the- hostess served cake with strawberries and whipped cream. Moles have. eyes. These are hidden-by the fur and are so tiny that they probably serve only to distinguish, light and darkness. For Original Beauty Creations Phone 2592 Caldwell Beauty Shop First National Bank Building Field... Two new arrivals in the East: Mrs. O. C. Ganske. will return home tomorrow from Memphis Baptist Hospital where she underwent an operation Monday. Mrs. Otis Shepherd will go to Baton Rouge today to spend the week end with her daughter, Miss Wynette Shepherd, a student at Louisiana Slate University. She is going down especially to see the performance of her daughter in the speech school's last major production of the season, "Our Town." Mrs. George W. Pyles and Mrs. Harry Kirby spent yesterday in Paragould. Mrs. Hubert Seymore and daughter, Mary Jans, returned yesterday from Detroit and Flint where they visited relatives and friends for three weeks. Mrs. E. Wells, of Memphis, has coma to be with her daughter, Mrs. Charles Hindman, who is quite ill of a sinus infection at her home Mrs. Marvin Bailey and niece Sally McCutchen, are visiting ii Campbell, Mo., this week. Mrs. A. G. Little is spending today in Memphis. Mrs. George Shanks is ill at hei home, 104 West Rose Street. She will probably be confined for two weeks. Spencer Alexander, who has been employed* in El Paso, Texas, has returned home. Miss Salley Harmer and Alexis Alexander spent Thursday, in Caruthersville with friends and relatives. Pvt. Winford Kimes of Augusta, Gil., has returned after a visit with his mother, Mrs. Sallie Kimes. He stopped in Memphis for a visit Ml PUN ii Sim m\ »roup Of 37 Local School Musicians To Participate • SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON At Hot Springs Present Welfare and Future Destiny Affected by Neglect of Practical Issues Text: Luke 13:22-35 BY WILLIAM E. GILROY, D. D. | lesson is also very instructive in, tons, the children climbing up on it delighted in and playing. The edict of no more playing on Glen Harrington, son of Mrs. C. W. Harrington, cabled last week that , in India. In the f f Air Corps, he went from Australia to India. His mail will go to the new house was issued when Karachi, India. This was the first the Air Corps, in- one, of .th- children fell and hurt time his mother had heard, from herself. One day, Rosco walked out him * m ™ ^"- !•••* ^legram this and saw all the children again' week from Horac(i c - Walters, a perched on the forbidden roof. In | navigator uncertain terms, he ordered' foi '™f „ ,. par£l ? > v . , , , J. W. Walters thai he had landed in Australia and was fine. This was their first message from him in no them down. All clambered down immediately except Buzzy who with a youthful confidence took care cf his uncle's ire by explaining, "Now, Uncle Rosco, the reason I'm up here is 'cause I'm learning to be a carpenter." * * * Ed Rice has had news of his brother, Roy. E. Rice, who's often visited here and has a number of friends here. He's now a brigadier- 1 general "in the Air' Corps. Ed and his brother arsn't much at corresponding but keep running into each other in the oddest-- ways. Both served in the last war overseas, / but neither knsw the other was in France. One day Ed \yas £hauff curing a colonel .down a bumpy little dirt road in France. A car zipped past them in. the Thirty seven members of the Blytheville Band first division winners in both concert and marching in the Northeast Arkansas District Festival, left this morning by train for Hot Springs to take part in the state band contest. They will return Sunday morning. This year, th? band will enter Class B competition, second highest cla.ss, for the first time. Last year the group won first in both concert and marching in the D division, in which every band is placed the first time it enters the .state meet. Four .soloists urn! two ensemble: are being- entered in the contest Bill Morse, baritone soloist who won first in .state and second in national last year and was first chair baritone player at the National Music Camp in Interlochen. M.ich., last Summer, will play in the state meet. HLs .selection will be "Sounds from the Hudson." Clarke. Jane Castlio will be his accompanist. Other .solo entrants will be George Hubbard, drummer, who will play. ""Downfall of Paris," Janp Castlio, pianist, nnd Kay Thomas, twirler. Ensembles being entered are a comet trio and a twirling ensemble. The trio composed of Harry Carter Farr, Steve Brooks and Jere Reid will play "Three Trum- Editor o£ Advance "Wayside conversation," the title of this lesson, is very appropriate, and it applies to a great deal be- indicating the attitude of Jesus toward rulers and worldly dignitaries. Someone get into hiding urged Him to. because Herod, yoncl the record in the lesson of i the king, desired to kill Him. Je- what Jesus did and said a.s "He ! sus made it plain that He was not went on His way through cities ; going to interrupt His work of and villages, teaching and journey- I blessing because of any threat ing." One may recall the word of j from Kerod, but what is signifi- onc it the disciples with whom Je- j cant is that He called Herod J-ILS conversed on the way from Je- ; "that fox." Now, Hercd was in an rusalem to Emmaus, following Hi.s j earthly sense the king to whom crucifixion, "Did net our hearts ' Jesus owed allegiance, burn within us while He talked \ It is a false Use of scripture with us by the way and while He ; to SU ag e st that there Ls a sanctity opened to us the Scriptures?" A ; attaching to earthly rulers, in- sjreat part of the teaching of i dependently of their character or Jetus was in these wayside con- conduce. The Bible doe.s not up- versotion.s, and it is iortunaie for , hclci any divirie right of kings> us that those who listened were > but on i y lhe cbiiaation of kings, so impressed that they either as we il as subjects, to obey the made u record ol the words at , w jn or Goc i anc i serve . Lneir fel _ tiie time, or preserved them so lowmen with justice and truth -arefuliy in memory that they • And n ,] ei . s j n a democracy are became a part ot the Christian W orlhv O f respect oniy as they peteers," Buchtel. with his brother, Binforcl Kimes, j accompanied by They Jane will be Castlio. ancl Mrs. Kimes, as he was en route ( Members of the twirling ensemble to Augusta. ' ' are Sallie Mathis, Kay Thomas. Mr. and Mrs. .L. E. Old Jr. left 1 Ernestine Halsell, Constance Den- tradition and of the Scripture. 4 ;. Here in our le.s.son, too, is a rather familiar .scene or experience, illustrating the tendency of many people to be very much concerned about theoretical things and matters of controversy, to the neglect of practical issues and sometimes of the most important things affecting their immediate welfare and their ultimate destiny, tiny. Someone in the wayside coin- puny was concerned about the destiny of the human race and the number of those who '.should be saved. Has not this a very familiar sound when we consider to how great an extent this particu- cxemplify the integrity and devotion to the common welfare that ought to be the obligation of every good citizen. for Hot Springs last night to join Dr. and Mrs. T. K. Mahan and Mr. and Mrs. Hermon Carlton, who are vacationing there. ton, Jackie McGhee. Charles G. Mcrehead, band director, and Miss Elizabeth McHenry as chaperon for girls are Mrs. Y. Lewis left last night' for accompanying the band. Orange, Texas to visit her daughter, j Mi's. V. L. Stickerod, and family. Students making the trip are: Junior high school—Harry Carter I She will return about the middle|p a rr, George Green. Randall 11 weeks. Lieut. Oscar Fendler of the Naval Air Station at Corpus Christi, Texas writes that recently in Houston he ran into Mr. and. Mrs. of May. Pvt. Eura. V. Stone of Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., left Wednes- I Hawks. Grady Magee, Jere Reid, Virginia Swearengen, John White. Senior high school—Betty Adams, day morning after having spent Frances 'Sue Bright, Harry Ray 10 days here with Mrs. Stone, and family. Brooks, Steve Brooks, Jane Castlio, Jack Chamblin, Warren Clark. MrS ' M ' T " Bun " is s P endin S the Ann Crook. Skippv Crook, wesk endin St " LOUis " She WU1 be George Hamilton at the Rice. They>r acc0 rnpanied home by her daugh- visited for a while and he listened- ter> Nancy, and her mother, Mrs. to the Hamilton band. He- says., j. M. ThcaiMU, of Osceola, who Mr. Hamilton has a fins bunch (have beien V j s iting Clay Thrailkill, The most popular girl was als.o hosen the most attractive, neat- st, best athlete, best figure, cutest, >est dressed and tied for best all around. Young Berry, most popular 1 boy student, was the best all around, friendlisst and best athlete. Other results among the girls were, as follows: Dorothy Byford, prettiest and prettiest eyes; Mary Jullom, most'polite and tied for friendlisst; Helen Stoffle, tied for friendliest, most conceited, happiest; Lucille Pittman, wittiest; Clothilde McAfee.- silliest sophomore; Glen Miller, prettiest hair. Other boys receiving honors were: Jerry Cullom, most attractive, best dressed anci neatest; Charles Kelly, wittiest, happiest, jolliest junior and cutest; L. E. LaRue, freshest freshman. opposite direction and Eel, without rines the slightest halt in 'his speed, remarked to the colonel, "That was Air Cadets Of Sikeston Guests At Special Party CARUTHERSVILLE, Mo.. April 24.—As a part of their program in furthering ood morale among the armed forces. 20 air cadets from the Sikeston Training Field were guests of the Caruthersville woman's ,club here at a dinner-dance held at the recreation hall at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. Ralph Hutchison. Twenty local young ladies were arranged as "dates" for the visitors, and upon completion of the party, the cadets were guests overnight in local homes. my brother who just passed us." The colonel, taken aback at the nochalanc-s, replied, "Wouldn't you like to see him?" When Ed answered yes. the colonel ordered him to turn around and overtake the car. While ths colonel, attended : 'to business, Ed and his brother had : a nice little visit. General Rice's wife is remaining in this country .at the- family home in Woodbury, Conn. * =:< * " ' To Mr. and Mrs. John Vendes, formerly of here and now of Camp Lee. Va., congratulations' en a six pound, 11 ounce son" born April 17. The Vendes have legally changed their name to White, 30 the son will be called Bruce Lee White. First Lieut. White is in the Quartermasters' Corps at Camp Lee. together now Jerry Harwell who we recently reported was going to j- or a \veek. Officers Training School will be sent to the candidate school at Fort Benning. Ga. He was among 119 recently selected and successful completion will result in a commission as a second lieutenant... 'The John C;-Mclianeys talked to their son. Jack, who's with the Ma- San Diego. He assures them that bis recent promotion to a private first class would correspond with a sergeantcy in the regular Army... Tilclen P. Wright, who recently visited his mother-in-law, Mrs. Cecil Shane, here, has been made a captain. Now at Parks Air School, last St. Louis, he Will go so.on to the new air field at Waco, Tsxas... Hunter Hall writes that he's on his .vay LO the Coast as one of Uncle Sam's cadets and "loves it." Info from Sam Johns informs us that Blytheville and surrounding territory is well represented at the U. S. Army Air, Base in Orlando, Fla. In addition- to Sam who's file clerk of Interceptor Command School, there are . the following: Pfc. Charles Holmes of Yarbro.l and Mrs. Thrailkill in St. Louis Mr. and Mrs. Renke'rt W=ten- i kamp left yesterday morning for New Orleans to attend the Cotton Slippers" .convention. 'En .youte home, they plan to stop in Biloxi for a 'week's.- -vacation. •••< ' •- • Mrs'.' "Wallace" Igleheaf t' is rapidly improving following an operation at Memphis Baptist Hospital four •weeks ago. She_ will be removed to her home at Dell in 10 days. ' Mrs. R. L. Stockstt and sons are expected to return home today after being in Memphis where Bobby was in Gartly-Ramsey hospital. Denton, Mary Gray, Ernestine Halsell, Donald Hick-man, George Hubbard, Billy Jontz, Mary Alice Kueter, June Martin, Sallie Mathis, Jackie McGhee, John Me- 'Gill, Bill Morse, Mary Reichel. Jim Smart, Mary Ann Smith •Marjorie (Herbert Thomas. Stevens, Bill Stovall, Swearengen, Bevfirly In production of meat, Oklahoma leads 37 'other states. have exercised churchmen and those of the rank and file, down to our own time? What was the reply of Jesus to this speculative question, which mostly concerned the destiny of ether people? It was to remind those who heard Him that the thing which primarily concerned them was their own destiny, and Study Course To Close At First Baptist Chureh The study course this week at First (Baptist Church, preliminary bo the opening of tbe Spring revival at the Church, Sunday, will close tonight. J. P. Friend is instructor of the class: Tonight's special scriptures will be on "Soul Winning' ancl definite wil lbe » iven to th ose both "eminent who have been attending the class. This special group of Christian workers will use the information gleaned this week from the book, "How To Win To Crist," in the revival at which the _ Rev. O. J. Chastain will speak. Service Mothers Honored CAMP LEE, Va. <UP>—An elect- making sure that that destiny r i c cross shining from a military I would be secure by properly at- - ' 5 tending conduct to in their character and the immediate decisions and commitments of life. "Strive to enter in at the straight ee nonorSi tnx mothers of enlisted men, officers and nurses. The cross was given by Richmond women In what sense is the way to salvation a straight gate or a narrow- door? Jesus made it plain. There is only one way; salvation I does not come by chance, nor does it cqrne merely by association. It woul) not be enough even for these to say, ''I knew the Lord; I ate and drank with Him, and I heard Him teach along the wayside roads and in the streets." What Jesus was emphasizing was that the way of regeneration, of the .New Birth, is the only way to salvation. The remaining portion of the * for all occasions Personalized Service THE FLOWER SHOP I'hone 491 -Glencoc Hotel Bldg. An interesting visitor in Blytheville this week was Mrs. Otis Harrison, of Los Angeles, who with Mr. Harrison, was the guest of his uncle, H. E. Neblitt, and family. A nurse on a liner making an evacuation trip through the Orient touching ports in Japan. China and other Eastern spoLs. she told eerie tales of dodging mines, and spotting submarines and tragic stories of the illness aboard ship. There were no first, second and third class passengers on that liner. All belonged to the same class for which their governments paid to have them evacuated. Illness MIND YOUR MANNERS v. «. »*r. orr. Open toe dress tie. 14/8 military heel Risco Tan, Beige and Blond Combination. supply room of Int. Com. School; Pvt. Thurman Montgomery. of Blythevill?, of the 35th Material Squadron; Pvt. Billy Ayres of Csceola, radio school; Lieut. "Ham" Morrison ot" Osceola. pursuit squadron; Pvt. Harvey D. Mixon of Lepanto. weather bureau of Int. Com. School. That's also the base where Capt. John Ben Bomar is sta- tionul. * * * They got their pictures in the paper: In a Sunday edition of a Little Rock paper, two Blytheville girls were pictured. They were June Lansing who will be editor of the Centralian at Central College. Conway, and Christina Drummond. who will be maid of honor when her sister. Miss Carmeta Drummond of Little Reck weds Ens. Raymond S. raged on board during the entire 1 Duval Jr.. United States Naval Re- two months period while the ship serve of mercy was weaving in and out among mines and dodging submarines. * •. • News ,pf the boys in the service: Leo LintKnich, who has been a sergeant in the Army Air Corps for a year at Tampa, Fia.. is now in Officers' Training School at Miami Beach. He writes that he's the sole arid lonesome representative of BrytheviUe, in the Air Corps Test your knowledge of correct social usage by. answering the following. questions, then checking against the authoritative answers below: 1. Is it a good idea to talk about the cost of food at the dinner table? 2. Ls it good, manners to say "Is .it veiy expensive?" when admiring a friend's new possession? '3.. When a man is presented with a bill in n restaurant should his wife lean over to see what it amounts to? 4. If a girl does not want her date to spend the money necessary to eat at an expensive restaurant should she say, "Oh, that's too expensive" or suggest another place? 5. Is it gracious to describe another person's child as being unattractive? What would you do if — You say something in anger and afterwards are sorry— <a) Apologize? (b) Feel that your pride will not let you apologize? Answers 1. No. 2. No. Other students besides June who are in the news this wsek are Wanda Smith, who has been elected treasurer of Kappa Pi, honorary 1 art fraternity at University of Ar- ± j.t is better just to suggest kansas. and Betty Lou Kramer of ano ther place. Little Rock, daughter of Mr. and I 5 # o \ Mrs. C. T. Kramer, formerly of! Better "What Would You Do" here, who's been appointed to a . solution—(a). University War Council of students 1 and faculty members which will j endeavor to assist students in k:ep- Cook Better-for One-Third the Cost with a Beautiful Modern PERFECTION OIL RANGE School" there, 'and would like to I in 8 "P to date with information and needs of war service training. * $ * The Boy Scouts have a phra.se for it. They urge you to "Buy De- AAA to B H,t)siery W A / **OVD A. WHITE'S T T • ^i-ir»F« Hand Bags see some Blythevills Air Corps men "Toll in" for the next class starting in 30 days. Now in the second week of a 12 weeks' course, he thinks he's about the luckiest soldier in the Army to be in Miami as the Air Corps has taken over practciaJly all the resort hotels on the beach for training future officers to "Keep 'em flying." At the expense of the government, he bunks in one of these hotels, only a stone's throw from the beach and vacations in the playground of Rabbi Reviews Play A review of Robert. Sherwood's play. "There Shall Be No Night." will be given by Rabbi Pizer W. Jacobs at 3 o'clock Sunday after- fense Stamps, and Make It Tnps; n0 on at Temple Israel. for the Japs." At The Hospitals Blvtbeville Hospital Mrs. Alvin Hardy.' city, dismissed. Walls Hospital Mrs. L. E. Widner. Portageviile, Mo., admitted. Because of the timeliness of the i play. Rabbi Jacobs is extending j an invitation to the public to • hear him in his review. j The play is the one in whiich Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne toured recently. Cooper, city, ad- the United States. . T . I Mrs. Claude Lewis "Buddy' Dark and Jack ' m i tted ' rn M ' t ^ ier H ermonriale, ^ dismissed . A. J. Lewis, Manila, dismissed. Mrs. W. R. Lemons, Keiser. dismissed. 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