The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on October 14, 1944 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, October 14, 1944
Page 2
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BLYTUI3V1LLE (AUK.) COURIER'NEWS SATURDAY, OCTOBKR 14, Baptist Pastor To-Beg in Second Year At Church Coming Events ' MONDAY Woman's society of Christian Service. First Methodist Churqli, meeting in circle groups: Circle I, Mrs. J. Me!l Brooks Jr.; Circle 2, Mrs. B. F. Kifer: Qlrcle 3, Mrs, S. B. Webb: Circle 4, Mrs. F. K. BUcfc: circle 5, Mrs. James V. Qates: Circle 6, Mrs. F.'O. Lackmann, 3:30 p. in. Woman's Society of Christian Service. Lake , Street Methodist Church, meeting at church, 2:30 . in. • ••".'• Women's Missionary Union, First Baptist Church, meeting for Royal Service Program at church, 2:30 p. in. , .Woman's Auxiliary of First Presbyterian church having Auxiliary at church, 2:30 p. m. Woman's Auxiliary at St. Stephen's Episcopal Church meeting »llh Miss lone "George. 7:30 p. m. Women's Council of First Christian church meeting in group meetings: Faith, Mrs. L. L. Ward Si'.; Hope. Mrs. Edith McCoo!;;U>vo, Mrs. Raleigh Sylvester. '', TUESDAY .';' Mrs. Rlley B. Jones eiiter'.alning Tuesday Bridge Club. Bi-Monthly Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Emma Nolcn. Miss Frances Little entertaining Double G Club. Mrs. J. Graham Sudbury cnter- [taining Club Eight. La Neuve Club meeting with Mrs [John R. McDonald. Maple Grove Cemetery Association meeting with Mrs. W. M iBtirns, 2:30 p. m. I Executive Board 0$ Lange P. T. A. (meeting at school, 2:30 p. m,, fol- llowed by general meeting, 3 p. m. WEDNESDAY Town and Country Club meeting l\vith Mrs. J. C. Ellis Sr. Mrs. Harry Kirby entertaining [Wednesday Bridge Club. G.N.B. Club meeting with Mrs, Iciyde Eldriclge. Mrs. J. E. Stevenson Jr., cnter- [tainfng A.D.C. Club. Mrs. H. W. Wylie entertaining [Central Ward Parent Teacher As- tociatlon at tea at her home, 3 to o'clock. THURSDAY Mid-Week Club meeting with [Mrs. H. H. Houchlns. Miss Nancy Kirshner cntertaln- bng Thursday Night Club. Mrs. 0. W. Afflick hostess to the Thursday Luncheon Club. FRIDAY Mrs. R. A. Copeland entertaining 3. B. C. Club. Engagement Announced Bits of News Mostly. Personal Mr. and Mi*. J. P. Wllhclm returned this morning to their home in St. l/nili nfier B visit with her sifilcrs, Mr. und Jako Huffman iiiul Mis. K. W. Sliced. Mrs. T. J. Mnhan is spending two weeks In Princeton, Ky,. us the guest of her son, John Mnhan nnd Mrs. Mahan. Johnny Duclos Ls spendlne a few days in Memphis with his sister Mils Rosalie Duclos, wlio Ls attending Drnuijlmn's Business College there. They are children of Mr. one Mrs. A. C. Duelos. Mrs. D. O. Moore and daughters. Miss Mniy Tucker Mourc and Mrs Chiirlc.s Wood Jr.; together . will: two children, hnve their home In the Burdette School !s Opened?Fof "' 8-Months Term Burdette School opened Monday morning for an eight-months term, with l>. H. Autry beglimlhg his nth year as school 'superln- IcndeiU. Normal attendance at the school l£ 650, with uu average attendance for this time of the year at school thb wwk. Teachers at the school Include Mrs. L. H. Autry und Miss Lois Fields, first grade; Mrs. S. H BevUl and Miss Verna Mcknown. second grade; Mrs. E. D. Rose anc Mrs. Hudson, third grade; .Mrs, Doyle Turner, fourth grade; Mrs Marvin Lane, fifth grade; Mrs Chris Tompkins, .sixth grade A. R King, Mrs. Marian Tompkins Teaford, Mrs. Morgan'and L. II. Aulry high school. ' v '' ; Lynelte Tucker Will Wed Jeut. R. Cecil Branson Mr. and Mrs. Custus Fort Tuft- |;r today announced Ihe engngemenl find approachiiig marriage of tlicir daughter, Miss Lynette Tucker, to Lieut. Cecil Robert Branson or the JOnlted States Army Medical corps fcbn of Mr. and Mrs. Uzzcll S. Brail- Mrs. Wood's moved from Promised Land, lo an apartmcn on South First Street, Mrs. Moore's son, Clarence Moore and famll, will occupy the Moore home in the Promised Land. Mr. nnd Mrs. John Tliomns of GllVjcrUvlllc, Ky., will arrive this afternoon for a weekend visit with her mother, Mrs. B. A. Goodrich and family. U G. Nash returned last night from Chicago where he spend several days cl a farm Implement dealers convention. Mess Sergt, Claud Kolwyck. has returned to his post at Tucson, Ariz,, after spending a 15-day furlough here with his wife. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Wyllc hart us their guett Thursday, her brother, First Scrgt. Rice Lawrence, Miss Lyneltc Tucker, daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Cuslus Fort Tucker, vlll become the bride of Lieut. Robert Cecil Branson, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Uzcll S. Branson. Plans for the wedding of the young couple will be announced later. Plans for the wedding, which will solemnized ihis month, will be |nade known later. The bride-elect was graduated |l'rom Biytheville High School and attended Stephens College, Columbia, Mo., and Llnflenwood College, |3t: Qharles, Mo., before graduating I with' a Bachelor of Arts degree last I month from University of Mtssis- Isippi, Oxford. She is a member of |belta Delta Delta sorority. •Lieutenant Branson was gradual- led from Biytheville High School and received his Bachelor of Arts (legree from. DePauw University, preen Castle, Ind., before entering liTulane University's School of Mcd- liclne, New Orleans. Ij He was graduated today from | L £ulane University and received hli I commission as a lieutenant in the I Army. He will serve his intcrneship lf.n Detroit. Mich. 'ouple .Married Thursday The marriage, of Miss Anna Pauline Schaffcr of East St. Louis, III., to James Edward Lambert, ul- so of East St. Louis, was quietly sol-, emnlzed Thursday nftemoon, 3 o'clock, at the home of Mrs. J. W. Hardy. Mrs. John Fill. Justice of the peace, read Ilio rites In the presence of a small group of friends. VHECS of mixed Fall flowers decorated the living room of the Hardy home. The bride, who was attended by Mrs. Roy Mays of East St. Louis, wore a two piece suit of navy blue wool, with matching accessories, and n corsaje of yellow roses. Mrs. Mays' corsage was'. of pink rose- uuds. Mr. Mays served Mr. Lambert as who is KaiiK. stationed at Fort Rlley, Ir. Lambert, who is a nephew of C. E. Kohvyck of Biytheville, and its bride nrc spending several days Here with relatives before returning to East St. I.ouls to make their Two Honored At Party LEACITVILLE, Ark., Oct. IB — Mrs. Robert Montgomery and Mrs. A. L. Gilford enterlained Sunday afternoon at the Montgomery home honoring Mrs. P. W. DeJamcttc and Mrs. Raymon Covey. Games and contests amused ilie 35 guests who nllcndcd the affair, and gifts were presented ihe guests ut honor. Prizes In t'rii: contests were won by Mrs. John \yclls and Mrs. Bob Gnrretl. Both Mrs. UeJarnettc and Mrs. Mrs. A St. Lawrence and son, Donald Barry, and Mr. and Mrs. L. Hawks, all of Los Angeles, Calif., have arrived torn visit with Mv. anc! Mrs. G. C. Huwks, nnd Mr. and Mrs. Norman Kyle and family. Mrs. SI. Lawrence Is the daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. G. C. Hawks, and L. Howka is a brother of Mr. Hawks. Mrs, C. E. Oldhiun of East Prairie, Mo., is spending the weekend here with her sister, Mrs. Riusell Barhain and family, and her daughter. Miss Lorene Oldham. The Rev. Mr. Krown The close of his first year's i>as- lorate of the First Baptist Church in Biytheville will be marked Sunday by the Rev. E. c. Brown, who came to this church a year ago Irony the First Baptist Church In Wan-on, Ark. During the year just past, all the organizations of the church have been sirenglhcned. There have been 107 additions to the church, of which 45 were by baptism. Enrolment in the Sunday School has been increased from 510 to 1018, and both the Sunday School and the mission department have applied for and received recognition as a standard Sunday School. , The church has employed Miss Sarali Prances Rowland as educational secretary during the past tear, and conducted a Vacation Bible School with an enrolment of 175. Three revival meetings have been held with a grand total of $27,708.02 received. The Rev. Mr. Brown not oidy lias been busy In the church here but also in the Baptist denominational life. For the past year he has served as president or the Board of Trustees of Central College, at Conway, Ark., as a member of the Executive Board of Arkansas Baptists, as a member of the Board of Directors for the Southern Baptist Hospital In New Orleans, La., and as a member of the Board of Divedtors for the Slate Baptist Hospital in Little Rock. He has asked an attendance of At The Hospitals '. Walls Hospital Admitted: E. Rodrlquez, Luxora. Mrs. W. H. Haynes, Armorel. Dismissed: ' Betty Crump, Itt. 1. city. Mrs. Floyd Ktser, Caruthersville ST. S' CHURCH Sixth and Walnut Streets lbomai.-B-.(5»»Uie Jr., minister 9:30 a. m'., '• Church School. 11 a. in., Morning Prayer and Sermon. Wednesday Is St. Luke's Day— ve shall celebrate the Holy Com- minlon at 8 a. m. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES Woman's Clubhouse 141C W, Main "Doctrine of Atonement" Is the subject of the Lesson-Sermon which will be read In all Churches and Societies of the Clirurch of Christ. Scientist, on Sunday. CALVARY El'ISCOPAI Osceola 7:30 t>, in.. Evening Prayer and Sermon. On Wednesday, St, Luke's Bay, we shall celebrate the Holy Communion at 10 a. m. FIU5T Covey were presented with special gifts by members of the Pawheen Parent Teacher Association In appreciation of services rendered that ore ai i i/niton. The hostesses! served a sandwich plate with hot 'coffee. A number of out-of-town guests were present. Mo. • . Mrs. J. II. Proctor and baby, Steele, Mo. Hlythevllle Hospital Admitted: • 'A. R. K!>!2, Bt. 2, city. Dismissed: Mrs. L. Cunningham, city. Mrs. Luthei- Quails ' Antlrew Pries, St. Louis. Memphis Methodist Hospital Admitted: Mrs. Joe Atkins, city. Memphis baptist. Hospital Admitted: Mrs. D. M. Moore, Osceola. North Carolina's average family is larger than that of any other state -in the- Union. Harvey T. Ktdd, pastor Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. i Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Pioneers, 7 p. m. Evening Worship, 7:45 p. m. WEDNESDAY , , Prayer Meeting, 1:30 p. in. .Choir Rehearsal 8:15 p. m. . FIRST UAI'TIST 7 CIIUKCII K. C. Brown, pastor Sunday School, 9:40 a.m. Philip J. Deer, supt. Morning Worship, 10:50 a.m.' Anthem "Lift Up Your Heads O Ye Gates", choir. Solo, Mrs. C. E. Bloker. . Sermon by pastor.' B. T. U., 6:30 p.m. R. L. Sherrick, director. Evening Worship, 1:30. p.m. Sermon by pastor. The. pastor has asked that 500 ut- end Sunday School and 200 attend B. T. U. We need you to help us The Golden Text is: "Gcd hath not appointed us to wrath, but to obtain salvation by our Lord Jesus CHURCH . Christ, who (tied for us, thai whether w : e wake or flcep, we should Hve together with him." I Thcs- salonlans 5:9-10. Among the citations which comprise the LcEson-Sermon is the following from the Bible: "Jesus answered them, I told you," and ye believed not: the works that I do In my Father's name, they bear Itness of inc. T and my Father re one. John 10:25, :iO. ClilJBCH 500 ,h> mofnin< Sunday School tomorrow and at least 200 at the Baptist Training Union tomorrow evening, to mark the beginning of another year under his leadership Mrs. Tabllha Oilman, a lifelong resident of Exeter. N. H., was the first woman novelist in the Unltec States. She wrote "Female Quixot- ism." • . . . You ore invited to attend Sunday services at the Church of the Nazarene Sunday School, 9:'I5 ;i. m. Worship Service, 10:50 a. m. livening Service, 7:<I5 p. m. Temporary Location, ARMORY Building,. Corner of Second and Sycamore F. W. NASH, Pastor I'M SAVING WASTE PAPER!" Yes . . . waiting is hard But ifs easier when you're doing something to protect and aid him ,.. and bring him home sooner 1 Your Government sayi that wasts papsr ii the No. 1 war ihbrtage, There'* your opportunity! •••'-.'•• For waste paper i» everywhere. Newspapers, magazines, wrappings, corrugated paper . .. bundle them all in packages about 12 inches high and turn them In. , The very waste paper you tie up may well be made into paperbotrd that packages tht- K-rations, ammunition or blood plasma yout fighting man will use. So enlist the children. Enthuse your neigh* bori and friends. Scour attics and basemen* .Then start • regular tyrtem of saving and bundling your -wast* paper for war, ' v Iff so little to do ,, t f »nd it may mean 10 much to him I U,$. Victory WASTE PAPER BETTER CLEANING For ALL THE FAMILY! You are spending a lot of time inside the house these wartime days. The children are running to you all the time, your war activities invade even your home; your husband is tired when the day is over. To combat these irritating influences, why not find pleasure and give yourself added home comfort by wearing clothes beautifully cleaned? Let us do it for you today. FOR BETTER LAUNDRY PHONE 418 FOU BETTER DRY CLEANING STEAM LAUNDRY O/ FARM /O LOANS *I70 Present Loans Refinanced. Liberal Property Valuation. COMPARE OUR SERVICE NOBLE GILL AGENCY "Complete Insurance Service" GLENCOEBLDG. PHONE 3131 CHURCH NEWS FIRST METHODIST CHURCH S. a Wilford, pastor Church School, 9:45 a. m. U. S, Branson, siipt. Morning Worship, 10:55 n. m. Junior Fellowship, 7 p. in. Evening Service, 1:30 p. m. Sermon by the Rev'. J. Albert Gatlui followed by Fourth Quarterly Conference. Choir Rehearsal, Wednesday, 7:39 p. m. BAPTIST CHAPEL Lit}- Strett Sunday School, 9:30 a.m. Kussel Baugh, supt. B. T. U., 6:15 p.m. Miss Sarah Frances Rowland, director. Continuous Show* Efery D»y Box Office Opens 1:45 Bhow Starts 2:00 U8TEN TO KLCN aJB. 12:45 VJn, »:J» » LAKE STKEET METHODIST CHUitCH Hates Sturdy, pastor • Church School, Oi50 a. m. Iverson VIorrls, supt.. Morning Worship, 10:45 a.m.The Rev. J. Albert Gatlin will be guest preacher. Fourth Quarterly Conferencej 2:30 p. in. . Youth Fellowship Groups, 6:30 ). m. Evening Worship, 7:30 p. m. "A Slorm Rages", pastor's subject. Wesleyan Guild, Tuesday, '(:30 ). m. '. . Prayer Meeting and Choir Practice, Wednesday, 7:30 p. in. Cub Scouts Pack Meeting, Thursday, 1:30 p. m. • ' Saturday The Grandest- Gang Funsters! ">er MARGARET'S flEAUTT 8HOP 1H •. •** Phont2532 0r/ng Ut Your Beauty Probltmt Modem Equipment Expert Beaotiotana All Next Week! 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N« »UM* fconond on <&• K«IJ. Saturday Fuzzy Settles Down with I!tis(cr Crabbe Serial, "Haiders ol (Jhosl C'il>" No. 1 and Short Con. Showing Sat'day 1:00 to 11:3| Sunday and Monday SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS, properly designed, are remembered always. Our flowers are al- i»y» fresh, »tid »U work Is guaranteed to plea«. Ut our elpert ieslgnn* belp rou with your floral needs. SHOP . Ut Ma. )• We Dclinr (MM) TOBUm*. OWMT OfeM** BWf. Fox News and Short C*BtU>aoiu Slionlnj San. 1:15 to 11

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