The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 7, 1944 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, October 7, 1944
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(ARK.) COURJBB SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1944 f i MONDAY '•• Women's. Council of first ichrls- lin Church meeting «ltl» Mrs. , 'Zu'^ell Barhain, with Mrs V. O. \IHIer, co-hostess, 2 JO p< in I Women's Auxiliary-of St,, 1 Sete- jhen'i Episcopal Church i petting Wth Mrs Joe Hughes 1 30 p ni Women's Missionary Unlbn of first Baptist Church meeting in .'ircle groups.' Circle 1, Mrs.I AMn • ijffman: Circle 2, Mrs. L. Ft. Bensh: Circle S, Mrs, B. E. B'Aylock: 4, Mrs. G.vV Daws: 'iircle 5, «rs William Berryman / j Women's Auxiliary, of Hrst Pres' vS'terian church. Meeting f iri circle jrcups: Circe l, N-'JS S.'E. Vail: jircle 2, Mrs. Aubrey Conwny: Clr;te 3, Mrs. P. B. Jo.vner: jCirclc 4, ^frs. Vcfnon ThQinass'?n. Women's Mlssionafs* Society of Dalvary Baptist church; meeting at •liurcli, 7:45 p. m. . Woman's Society of \ Olul Istlan Service of First Methodist} Church neeting at church for program and orial meeting, 2:30 p. m.y ; Woman's Society of Christaln jerylce of Lake Street : ;)iurch, meeting at churcti, 2:30 p. . TUESDAY ! Charlevoix Chapter ot D.A.E, -nectlng for luncheon al Hotel Nolle, 1 p. in., Mrs: James Hil^ Jr., and ita. c. R. Wroten, hostesses, j Double G Club' meeting with Miss [.frances Little > j • . \ . Mrs Rlcharj Bland Lognn">Jr. en- 'ertaining La N«uvc', Club. {Mrs. Otto Scrajje entertaining 31ub Eight... ,.-:-•-.V. WEDNESDAY ! Chapter "O" of, .PlE.6. meeting vith Mrs: William Lai'slie, 1 p. m. Mrs. F. E Black \eif,ertainhi(j S'edneEday Bridge Club', ; : Mrs,, Sanforcl Siieiton entertaln- ng A.D.C. Club. .•• . •, \ i Town and Country .Club'meeting Vlth Mrs. James B. Clark. . .'Mrs. J. L..'.Terrell entertaining friendlv Seven Club. .1 Sudbury i'arehb teacher Assocl- litloh meeting at. school, 3 p. in,, I preceded by executive board meet- Ilig, 2:30 p. m. THORSDAY I Miss Mildred Loii , Hubbard cn- |:eftaining Thursday Night Bridge Mid-Week Club lifrs. W. L. Hb'rner. meeting with Mrs R L Banister entertaining [Thursday Contract Club. Fortnlghtlj Club meeting Jifrs A M Butt with Mrs Marvin Nunn entertaining priday Luncheon Club FRIDAY Mrs. R. A. Copeland eh'tertnlntns! 3BC Club Initial club meeting with Mrs Tib Rcjnolds Mrs. Belle Wood entertained members of the Ladles Bible cluss of First Methodist Church last night at her home nt 120 Doug'an. Fifteen members were present, together with three guests, Mrs. B. P. Gay, Miss Cora Lee Colcman, and Mrs, M. Turnbow. Officers recently elected were Installed at the beginning ol the business session. These Included Mrs. O. N. Hawkins, rcc lee ted president. Mrs. w. A. Stlckmon, rcclecl- cd vice president, Mrs. Wyatt Henley, secretary, Mrs. E, E. Hardln, treasurer, Mrs. E. A. Goodrich, publicity, Mrs. John Foster, rcelected class teacher, and Mrs. iJellu Wood pianist. Mrs. S. B. Wilford gave the de- vollonnl and (lie opening prayer, and Mrs. Foster was In charge of the Informal social hour when gnjnes nml contests were played. The Haloween color scheme was effectively carried out both In the flowers used throughout the en- lertnlnlng rooms, and In refreshments of sandwiches and iced drinks which (he hostess served. Bunco Club Ha s Party Roses and marigolds were used to decorate the living room of the Lane Nowcll home yesterday afternoon when Mrs. Nowell was hostess to members of the Initial Club. Bunco prto for the afternoon was won by Mrs. Nowcll, high by Mrs. W. S. Eastburn and low by Mrs. Ebb Reynolds. A sandwich plnte with iced drinks was served. • * • S. S. Class Party Given Members of the Dorcas Sunday School Class of First Baptist Church liict yesterday afternoon nt the church for luncheon followed by a business session. Luncheon was served at one long table which was decorated with crystal bowls of swcctpeas and babv breath. Mrs. E. E. Stevens gave tlie devotional on "I Shall Not", laken from the 23fd Psalm, followed bv prayer by Mrs. R. L, Rcedcr, class teacher. Mrs. J. W. Dolen, president, was In charge of the brlut business meeting which followed. Eighteen members atleiv.led the luncheon together with two guests, Mrs. E. C. Brown and her housc- guest, Mrs. T. c. Bennett of Wll- iamston, S. C. Mn :NB J C Swiggart entertaining Club ,- ^ [Junco Cl&b' En\ertalned Mrs Robert Wecdnmn won burico n?e list night at the regular teekly party given for membeis ot |he GNB Club when Mrs John llhart enterUlnefl the group (it home. High score prize went to llrs. Norville Hiimpbfey and low to •Irs H C Blankenshlp A dessert course was served. •Mrs. c. B. Kettlhger was a guest lor the evenihg.- • • » Jub, Guest Entertained Mrs. w. A. Thelan of Memphis liouseguest of'Mrs, R. A. Copeland |>layed bridge with members of the B c. Club' yesterday afternoon Is'hen Mrs. Lendermie Fowler entertained the group, at her home at |3I West Walnut. High score prize for the nfter- hoon was won by: Mrs. W. S. Lang- lion, second high by Mrs. Ross Moore and -bridgo by Mrs. W D >mth. The •. hostess lourse. served a dessert ARMY COMMAND TEAM PLANS AGAIN Col. II. L. McAlistcr (right), Arkansas co-chairman for the national Democratic campaign, scans plans for the War Veterans' section ot the slate campaign which were drawn up by Lt. Col. Vea W. Goclley (left) of Magnolia, state veterans chairman. Several' coincidences nre present: Col. McAlister, as Commander of the 153rd Arkansas • Infantry in the present wnr, was Col. dodley'si commanding officer, and Godley, as Plans and training Officer for : Iho regiment, drew up plans that had to be approved, of course ; by Col. McAlister. But to top this-lhe desk over which they are; planning nt Democratic hcndquarters in Little Rock, is the desk Col. McAlister and Col. Hartley used for their plnnnihg in Alaska where the 153rd was stationed following the oulliicak of war. -', Bits of News ' Mostly. Personal Mr. mid Mrs, Jack Drown and son, Valmore ,Drown, of West Palm Dog Collar At the Hospitals , Blylhevllle Hospital Admitted; C. E. Freemnn, city, dismissed: Roy Calvin, city. Chnrles Harris, city. 1 Fay Terrell, city! Joe Tomlinson, city. Mattle May Thomas, Carson Luke. Mrs. Irby Ledbetter, city. Mrs. Jrn Gnlnes. city. Walls, Hospital Admitted: Harold McQcc, Cooler. Mo. Mrs. Walter Thurmnn, city. Mrs. E. W. Walters, Luxor R. Mrs. Howard C. Wilson, city. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Sewell Goldberg, city, a daughter last night. Dismissed: Mrs. Clyde Vandyke, Cooler, Mo. Memphis Baptist Hospital Admitted: Mlnfrcd Bridge, LcRchville. Ada Crltes, Manila. James Miller, Osceola. Memphis Methodist Hospital Admitted: Barney Robinson, Steclc, Mo. The average British fighting plane contains 07 different jobs for the pilot, including controls, wireless, etc. Beach, Fla., and Mrs. Charles Thomas of Luxora visited friends here yesterday. The Brown family are guests of Mr. Brown's mother, Mrs. Slid Driver Brown, In Luxora uiitll Tuesday whcii'they will go to Vlcksburg, • Miss., prior to returning to Florida. Mr. Brown was reared in Luxora and formerly employed here at Fowler Drug Store. Mrs. W. T. Caudle returned Thursday night from Tupelo, Miss., where she went Wednesday to attend the funeral of her brother, W. L. Sims, of East St. Louis, 111., who died Sunday at his home In £ast St, Louis. Mr. and Mrs. J. c. gwiggarl spent Tlntrsd/iy In Memphis. Capt. and Mrs. Roy Harper are expected to arrive here tomorrow for a visit with Mrs. Harper's mother, Mrs. A. M. Bult and other relatives. They arc coming here from CaruthersvlMe, where Capluin Harper, who returiicj to the United Stales last week after more thnn two years overseas service, will In- troduce Sen. Truman who will scioak there tonight. • , Mrt. W. J. Pollard, who has been In Dearborn, Mich., for the past two ..ears with Captain Pollard, personnel officer at Romulus Army Air Field, will arrive sometime this month to make her home for the present with her sister, Mrs. A. M. Butt. Captain PiillArd will accompany her here for a brljl leave. Dr. ami Mrs. w. S. Eastburn hai'e as their weekend guests Dr. and Mrs. Kdward Martin of Memphis. Among the Blythevllle people In Memphis today for the Ole Miss- Tennessee football game to bo played this nfternoon at Crump stadium were Guy Burks, Don Wright Dick Shanks. Rosco Crafton Jr.', Mrs. George Pollock Jr., George Pollock HI. and, Clvulcs Lejjgctl. Miss lilllie Lcggett ana Miss Lonnle ifnrgett will go to St. Louis tonight for the world series baseball game to be played there tomorrow. .Mrs. J. J. Hargett and daughter. Miss Lomile Hargett, and grandson, Jimmy Hnynes, spent Thursday In Memphis. Gosncll Infant Dies; Funeral Rites Sunday Blllle Jean Moody, flvc-inonth- old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Moody of Goshell, died last night at the family residence. Ill ot colitis, the baby was a patient at Blytheviile Hospital for treatment but had been returned home. Funeral services will be held tomorrow afternoon, 3 o'clock, at the filthily Home with burial lit Elni- wood . Cemetery. Besides her parents, the baby Is survived by two sisters, Betty Jean, a ..twin, nn<T Evelyn, and two brothers, Terrell aiid Paul Moody. Cobb Funeral Homo is in charge. Burglar Disappointed When Cash Drawer Jams A would-be bm'glar entered the Grcar Grocery on East Main last nigh't but got no money. Apparently, it was an "amateur" who pried off a part of the side floor arid eiitered the buiMlng, police laid. Iri attempting to opcii the register the Intruder jammed the ihn- chine and the $1.50 in pennies could not be obtained because the register (ailed to open. The broken dear a ml Jammed register were discovered this morning by George It. Grear, owner. Manila Lions. To Send Gifts To Servicemen The Manila Lions club again wili send Christmas gifts to servicemen of ; that community with leather billfolds selected as the gift for this year; Already 89 names have been turn- -CMARTEST jewelry accessory! o( the season is the dog col-' lar. If you can't find one to. harmonize with your new fallj outfit, try your hand nt making your own. The chic choker of classic gold lacquered button: originals above, with earrings to 'match, is one ol the easiest vor-. 'sions to make. To copy, select- .nine buttons ol a dramatic cie-', sign in a color to iiccenl youri ;costume. Then sew or paste the' ;billions on a piece of circularly, !cut felt to fit your neck. Tie •.together with a velvet bow inj back. ., ;, .;, ri j MOONLIGHT EXCURS1 on the palatial river steamer MONDAY, OCT. -< —.— •- — . . r Boat leaves Barfield Landing, 9 miles East of Blytheviile on Hwy. 18, Promptly at 9 P M This is the last boat ride this year! ADVANCE TICKETS 88' ™s Service Men and Women, and Children—55 C (Pares Include All Stale & Federal Tax) MUSIC Bf CLYDE TRASK AND HIS ORCHESTRA '*• k ' OK c BUY AD Y ANCE TICKET S FROM: Kirby s 3 Drag Storcs> Philip.Applebolim Liqi, 0 f Store or Any Jaycee £xCur5}on Sponsored By B/ytfceyiHe Junior Chamber of Commerce »•*•-•• TICE Dickinson^Dalry is discontinuing Sunday 'deliveries and sales until notified. THANK YOU Mrs. Eugene Dickinson Let Us Ease That Housecleaning Job Houseclearting wili be much less drudgery if you send draperies, curtains and slip cover* to us for laundering and cleaning. FOR BETTER LAUNDRY PHONE 418 418 FOR BETTER DEY GLEANING STEAM LAUNDRY cd In and packages to .'iien oversells are being sent Immediately, prior to the deadline for mailing, Milch Is next Saturday. On the billfold will be "To a good fellow, Manila Lions Club" stamped inside and a Christmas card from the club wilt be enclosed. Lake Street Church Plans Special Service A special service will be held tomorrow morning, 11 o'clock, at Lake Street Methodist. Church for older members of the congregation, and Mr those who are shut-ins and us- imlly unable to attend the regular services of the church, it 'was announced today by the Rev. Bates Sturdy, pastor. Arrangements have been made to have these members attend tomorrow's service when the Hev. Mr. Sturdy will preach on th topic of "Beautiful Sunsets". Special Church Services To Be Held At Number 9 the Rev. E. c. Brown, pastor of First Baptist Church in Blytheviile, will hold s]7ecial services tomorrow afternoon. 3:30 o'clock, at the Number Nine Baptist Church, It was an- nomiced today. The public'Is Invited to attend this service. CHURCH NEWS LAKE STREET METHODIST' CHURCH Bates Sturdy, pastor Church School, 9:50 a. m. Iversori Morrl.5, supt. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. "Beautiful Sunsets", pastor's subject. This service In honor of our shut-in old people. Junior. Intermediate and Senior Youth Fellowship, 6:30 p. m. Evening Worship,'7:30 p. m. "It Was Past Midnight", pastor's subject. Board of Christian Education, Tuesday 1:30 p. m. . Prayer Meeting and Choir rac- tlce, Wednesday 7:30 p. m. Pot-Luck Supper and Men's Meeting, Thursday 1 p. m. ST. STEPHEN'S El'ISCOrAl, CHURCH Sixth and Walnut treets Thomas 15. Smytlie Jr., minister Church' School, 9:30 a. in. Evening Prayer and Sermon, 7-30 )'. in. C'ALVAHY BAPTIST CHI/UGH , . Osceol?. Thomas B.'-'Smythe Jr., minister! Holy Communion and Sermon, n i. m.' FIRST BAPTIST CHUKCH K. C. Drown, pastor Sunday School, 6:40 a. m. Phillip J. Deer, superintendent Morning Worship, 10:50 a, m. Anthem, "Magnify Jehovah" Bellini, Choir. Duct, "I Will Magnify Thee, O Lord" Masenlhal, Mrs. Paul Tipton and Mrs. R. C. Parr. Sermon, pastor. Training Union, 6:30. Mrs. R. L. Sherrlck, director. Evening Worship, 7:30 p.m. * Men's Chorus, "Master the Tempest Is Raging." Sermon, pustor. BAPTIST CIIAPKI, Sunday School,- 9:30 a.m. Russell Baugh, superintendent. Morning Worship, 10:40 a.m. Sermon, A-C J. L. Shown. Training Union, 6:15 p. m. Miss Sarah Prances Rowland, director. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Harvey T. Kldd, minister 9:45 a m, Sunday School 11 a. m., Morning Worship. 6 p. m., Pioneers. 7:45 p. ni., Evening Service. Wednesday V:30 p. m., Prayer Meeting. 8:15 p. in., Choir Rehearsal. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES Woman's Clubhouse 141C W. Main "Are Sin, Disease, And Death Real?" Is the subject of the Lessori- Sei-mon which wllj be read in all Churches and Societies ot the Church of Christ, Scientist, on Sunday. 'Jhe Golden Text is: "O Lord fny God, I cried unto thee, and thou hast healed me. O Lord, thou hast brought up my soul from the grave: thou has kept me alive, that I should not go down tP the pit" Psalms 30.2-3. , Among the citations which comprise the Lesson-Sermon Is the following from the Bible: "Blessed be the Lord God, the Gad of Israel, who only doeth wondrous things." Psalms 72:18. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH S. B. Wilford, pastor Church School, 9:45 a. m. U. S. Branson, supt. Morning Worship. 10:55 a. m. "The Call to Preach", pastor's subject. Junior Fellowship, 7 p. m. ' Evening Worship, 7:30 p. in. Choir Rehearsal, Wednesday 1 30 p. in. Until Further We will observe the following business hours: WEEKDAYS—Open 8 A.M Close 8 P.M. SAtURDAYS—OpenBA.M Close 10P.M. SUNDAYS—Opeh 8:30 A.M. Close 10:30 A.M. Opeh 2 P.M Cose 6 P.M. (Closed between 10:30 ami 2 on Siimlays) CITY DRUG CO. We Deliver Main & First Sts. Phone 2542 SHOE STOCK FOR SALE- Entire stock ot low-priced shoes. 2000 pairs rationed; 1500 pairs non-rationed. Store located in Northeast Arkansas. Forced to sell because building has been leased. Stock must be moved immediately. PRICED FOR QUICK SALE. Write XXX y core of Commercial Appeal. DON EDWARDS "the Typewriter Man" ROYAL, SMIT 1 !!, CORONA, AND REMINGTON PORTABLE I TYPEWRITERS ! ( 118 N. 2nd STREET PHONE 3332 (Ecery Transaction Most Be Satisfactory) SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS, properly designed, art tpmemtefed always. Our flower* »re n- Tays frMh, and *H work u guaranteed to please. Let our expert Icstgnen help you with your floral need*. FLOWER SHOP F,T.b. Ph. 4*1 Mrt. f< M, (ttxc) WlUI»m», 6*ner I'lJtST CHKISTMX CHUIICII H. S. ISalrcl, minister Bible School, 9:45 a. m. Morning Worship, 10:50 n. ni, "Becoming Skillful Fishers of Men," pastor's sermon subject. Christaln Youth Fellowship for Intermediates, 4 J). ni. Christaln Youth Fellowship for Senior Young People, 6 p. m. All church fellowship supper Wednesday, 7 p. in. GREETING CARDS For the boys oversells. MAIL NOW I The Giff Shop Modern & Antique Gifts MOSS BRYAN MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP 1M 0. rtrtt Phone 2532 Bring Us Your Beauty Problems Modern Equipment Expert Beautician* Continuous Shows Ever? Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Bhovr Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCH Saturday A UN1VERSAI PICTURE •) C. Serial: "Desert Hawk" 12 & Short Con. Showing Sat'day 1:01) to 11:30 Sunday ant! Monday Paramount News and Shorls Continuous BfiowiDx Sun. 1:15 u> gat. & San. Only Optra each alghi 6:«; niarts U Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:11 Cratlnnoni Shows But. *nd S«n. lAttfala flight Every Milit Saturday. N* IUM* honored on 5«J»y Saturday . fe< ** WILLIE B9YD Sertnl: "The 1'hanlom" 15 & Short Con. Showing Sat'day 1:00 to 11:31 OHfictM Bid*. Sunday and Monday ' -, Fox News and Short. 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