The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 20, 1946 · Page 2
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April 20, 1946

The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS dub Is Entertained <li» Friday. Kook Club parties •1C now held on Thursday afternoon and th»" club's name has keen chanced 'to friendly Rook Ch*. THfe~'' ; f1r3t''*Thur«}ay ''afternoon party, was, held this week at the home.of Mrs. J. O. Huey. .. other than . members Huey, Mrs; Claudia s. .GrpverWen, When rook was played, high score prlae 'went to Mrs. 'Neville Blakemore, second night (o Mrs. Wren and tow. to ' Mrs, 'lieon Scherer. >• . • .-•• .• Mrs. Huey was assisted |n serving by Miss Bendonru . Hiiey. and Miss Beatrice jEngram. ,: -, • *•-.•• • Mrs. Huey ; 'Hostess To Rook; Oluby Guests Roses and* tulips arranged In trie ,F. C. f formed a selling ,. . f for m^inbe.rsj)! Alpha Beta Bunco Club when , Mrs. Co>; entertained Thursday^ afternoon with a bunco '' . afternoon games., bunco "prize '-was. awarded Mrs., Herinun Tmiief and high went to Mis. Lane .Novell. Mrs. Btll Turner won IT.V Score prize. The hostess 'served a salad plale with iced drinks. Two Are Hostesses At P. E. 0. Meeting * Tli e Joh'rV ' Caudlll home. 1012 West Holly, , was gaily decorated with Spring flowers and scenes depicting Easter yesterday wlien Mrs. Candilj and Mrs. J. W. Adams were hostesses to Chapter N, P. E. O. .Sisterhood. ' • Luncheon was -served at two tables centered wU)>\. .attractive nr- raiiKc'inenis of Easter eyss with narcissi f,ul roses. During ibe business, session, Mrs W. I.. Homer, Mrs. c. A. Cunningham, Mrs. Rlley B. Jones of Ma- nilh and Mrs. Eltoii'W. Kirby rc- iwrted on the State convention held recently in Rogers. Mrsrft-'A; Gopeland Mis. R. A. Copeland was liostcss yejjjei'day afternoon to numbers of CBC Club and two other guests, Jou Foster Bunny , Chick and Egg SymbolsUsed By Anglo-Saxons We are approaching one of Mie most gladsome holidays of the yea,-, a season of childish delight In the rioppy-enred bunny, lhe fuK/,y chin'c and the gaily colored egg, and a time of spiritual rejoicing again 1 ,', the counterpoint of nature at liw oveliest. E\'ery year, people wonder about lhe exact dale for Easter and why. The name. Easter, conies to ' to «el n fixed dale stl for Eas'.i every yen]-. In ninny curious ways, the rcvcr-1 ent and joyous celebration of th<: Resurrection U Interlaced with .sonic customs which were derived from pagan celebrations but have bouii given new meaning In ChrLsthit folk customs. The ercal English scholar, S'.r James Franer, In his momimenui Clear Lake WMU Meet Is Held Thursday The Women's Missionary Union of Clear [alee Bapllst church met Jhurscity aflernoon at Hie church with 13 members present. The session opened with of lhe watchword SATURDAY, APRIL 20,' 194G CHURCH NEWS CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SKKVICKS .Woman's Clubhouse, 1416 W. Main 'Doctrine of Atonement," is thc subject of lhe Lesson-Sermon which will be read In all Churches imcl Scciclle* of the Church of Christ, Scientist, on Sunday. Tho Golden Text is: "If any man Bin, vie have :in advocate with ihu Father, Jesus Christ the righteous: and he is lhe propitiation for oui' sins: and not for cur's only, but the .singing of WMU hymn. and also lor the sins o( the whole world." I John 2:1,2. Test niid study of t^ie 'year book Among the cUulioiis which coin- was 1 discussed by the group. prise the Lesson-Sermon Is the fol- Priiycrs were led by Mrs. Mary lowing Irom lhe Bible: "Christ be Tuesday n'ghl, 7:30 p.m., Younsr People. Regular Services, Friday night, 7:30 p.m. . • HKST METHODIST CHURCH S. B. WlUord, putor Churcli School, 9:45 aJTi. Morning Worship, 10:55 a.m. Intermediate Fellowship, 6:30p.m. FROM IS Kit LAND MKTIItiDIST CHUKCII Hay L. Mcl.esler, pattor Sunday School, 10 a.m. .Easter program, 10:45 a.m. Parents Dedicate Children to the Lord, 11:45 a.m. Communion. 12 noon. Youth Fellowship. 6:30 p.m. . liuyneti and Mrs. Waller Umsfoid Mrs. Dan Hoard presided. from old Teutonic mythology, u ji work, 'The Golden Bough " pointi derived from Kostrc, or-Ostara. ilw out similarities belween some KJS- Anglo-Saxon goddess of Spring, for whom the munlh corresponding to our April wns named. The New Testament does not mention observance of thc Enslsr festival. Tlie early Christians continued lo observe Jewish fcsllvuis, and the Passover, with the new conception of Christ added lo i'., became the Christian Easter. In Its early observance, lhe date of Easier was a mailer of serious dispute, niood was shed In tallies fought by opposing facllons whlf.i sel the dale dlfferenlly. Seltlement of the ' dispute was among the reasons why Consta.i- line called lhe Nicnean Council in 325 A.D.. and It was determined thai Easter was to be observed on Sunday, and on lhe same SunJ.iy throughout the world. Easter d afler the i tei- observances and some ancient festivals. He compared the early Easter festivities as celebrated In some places to the celebration of ihe rltej of Adonis, Ihe beautiful youlh whom Aphrodite had loved and who l:e- cume a deity of vegetation. Thrtc rites, in a way, ulso celebrated u resurrection—lhat of the growing vegetation becoming nllve after the death of winter. He also compared (he Easter' celebration to that ol the dealh and resurrection of tlvj barbarous deity. Attls, who was a Phrygian uod of vegetation. The bunny, [he chick and Ihe egg come to us from the AIII;!U- Saxons. The bunny and the egg wor? regHrried u.s .svmbols of springtlni" fertlllly. Tlie rabbit, according to legend, was the only animal chll- Tennis Courts Ready The tennis courts at Walker Park will be open Monday, Miss Alice fc'atlba, Y program director announced today. Those who wish to play arc to call 47B. Y telephone number, or .see Miss Snllba for booking, Coming Events MONDAY Mrs. J. nines Wollers hostess lo G15O Club. Woman's Missionary Society ;>f First Baptist . Church meeting In circle groups. Circle One meets with Mrs. C. R. Wrotcn; Circle Two with Mrs. J. W. Rayder; circh Tlirei* wilh Mrs. Harry Frftssius; Circle Four wilh Mrs. G. V. D.v.vs and Circle Five with Mrs. J. E. McKall. uomc an lilgh priest of good ( | things to come, by his own blood lie enieied In once into the holy place, having obtained eternal redemption for us." Hebrews 9:11,12. I.AKK STREET MKTIIOIHST CHUKCII Hairs Sturdy, pastor Church School, 9:50 a.m. Morning Worship, 10:45 n.m. Methodist Youth.Fellowship, 0:45 P.m. Evening Worship, 7:45 p.m. Rc- vlvnl begins with the Rev. J. J. Decker. Evangelist, speaker. CHURCH OF TilK IMMAOm.ATK CONCEPTION Krv. 11. IVuncis MrDevitl, pastor Kev. I'.iul Kujarski, assistant pastur Sunday Ma.sscs, 7:^0 ad 10:30 ,m. Weekday Masses, 8 p.m. Novella to Our Sorrowful Mother. Friday. 7 p.m. ge n tildes. Accordingly, various cycles a token, a basket filled with flow- of years were devised In order to l\x ers and colored eggs. The chick - --__... _..„ ^wt 1,11 L-aj^^i. i lie UI1LI K. the date. Many cycles were tried represented the birlh and hoi» of and found faulty before one was . new life to the Anglo-Saxon pagans found which was acceptable to thu Colored eges were the earllps! f Tlll*./.llnc- «f Mr....l y^l...r...-..., . ~ . ^e&' n \, I I, lllc crtlMC^t, Mrs. Leon Scherer and Mrs. TrSvis..: 9?he Copeiaiid home was decorated; with roses arranged wilh splre a Ml ami, olHer Sprlrife' {lowers;. . N - IK - f is lhe first Sunday j dren did not fear and wns"chos"nj Blythevllle Choral Society nieci- MI m~«, following r.lic by lhe fairies to inform the children I ing nt the Y, City Hall, 8 o'clock. „.-, beginning at that spring had come. | Woman's Society of Chrkti 11 spring. This varies in different )om;i-' The rabbit gave his message in Service of Lake Street Methodist Chinch meeting at the church f.ir Bible Study. 2:30 o'clock. TUESDAY Miss Mary Adah Robinson cnUv- tains La Nuevc Club. Double G Club meeting with Miss Margaret Slmvcr. Mrs. Murray Smart hostess lo Tuesday Club. Onler of lhe Eastern Shir mcc'.- Ing for Initiation services. 8 til the hall. WEDNESDAY Mrs. linker Wilson enterliilns Wednesday Bridge Club.' Town and Counlry Club meeting with Mrs. Clca Uingslon. THURSDAY Mrs. R. F. Kirshner enierlnhis Tlitirsdny Luncheon Club. Double Four Bridge Club nie'il- IUB with Mrs. Uill Miilln. Mrs. Raymond Smith hostess t;j Kntro Nous Club. Mrs. A. Conwuy hostess to Midweek Ilridgc Club. churches of Western Chrlstenddin, which today varies in its observance from those of Ure East, Somellm.-s the pycle gives odd results as when, In 1923, the the full moon fell on the Sunday given by the tables for (he celebration of Easter; and (lie Resurrection, going by tlie real moon, was being celebrated before the Crucifixion. Easier now may vary from year to yenr by 35 days, from March '^2 to April 25. Many organizations, Including Chambers of Commerce iiul school associations, Imve atlemplG't Easter greetings. They were dyed with herbs. Kivrly Christians dyed the eggs n deep red lo sj4uboiiK; the blood of Christ. In later years, these eggs were sometimes made of precious metals, adorned with jewels. Today they are frequently made of chocolate, with lovely whorls of colored candy decorations. But the Important thing Is that Easier will be u time of rejoiciiii; for young with tlielr eggs and bunnies, for olders with their new lliu'ry and splrllual undcrslnndlni! of thu day. .i»friift*l*>frpri Inp Terrell, second to Mrs. Cope- and rooko to Mrs. Alvin : hostess served a salad course. and dnuuhtcr, Betty. Mil Murdnueli. who formerly lived in Blythcvillc, has received u discharge from the Marine Cor|is at Cherry Point, N. c. He W now making his lionic in Braggadocio, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Widner and Lee Powell lef yesterday af- . .. J .ir^ng att*ruopn .rook games,! 101 ™ 011 tor UM<! K°c k . where they ft **6>jrp>u* wenl to Mrs Jim-1 wlU s l lpnrt lhe Busier weekend la Bits of News Mostly Personal fMr..uid.-Mrs:-'H. L. Kuester and .ch'ildren, "Jerrte and David, of Marion, Ind., are here ns guests of her sister, Mrs. P. O- Reichel, and family. Godwin Gay js visiting ui Aitus, Ckla., and .San Antonio. Texas. He also went to Tecumseh, Okla., where he| was giiest of an aunt, Mrs. P. Hi Tucker. with Mrs. Widner and Mrs. Powell's brother. Staff Serfil, J. A. Enochs, who has reported there for reenlistment. Mr. and Mrs. Fred McGhec have as Ihclr guests Mrs. McGhce's sister, Mrs. Mack Abercomuic, and Mr. Abercombie; and her brother, Mur- rlel VanHooser, all of Arcadia, L When they return lo their home in Arcadin. Mrs. McGliee and son, Larry, will accompany them there j to spend n month. Mr. and Mrs. George Johns or Berkeley, calif., left today for New Orleans after spending the past week here \vilh friend's and relatives. From New Orleans thej 1 plan to RO to Mexico and from there to their home tn Berkeley. Dwiglit McMlnn, Wiu-rtell, Mo. Charles Graham, city. Mrs. W. A. ONeal, Manila. Mrs. Van Anderson and bnuy, ell 1 /. Gene Graham, city. ' Admltlcd: Mrs. J. E. Lmwrence, city. Jlmmle Dunlzant, clly. .Cieoige CauBhron. clly. i Mrs. P. H. RuspU'rry, city. 'Mrs. "Bud" Worlham, Manlln. ' Paul Gurrnrd", Stecle. Mo. Dismissed: Hubert Pierce Jr.. Holland. Mo. •Memphis Huptist Ilosjiital Admitted: Mrs. E. V. Hill, city. Edward Clemenes, Joiner. Mtmpliis Methodist lluspltal Admitted: Mrs. D. D. Morgan, Osceola. Kvcrylhins But the Key MARTINS PERUY, O. <UP>—Tile newly-organixed (he department ut nearby West Wheeling was noil- lied thnt George Rhodes' home vas on fire. Volunteer firemen rushed for their locked-up eciuipmeiiL They couldn't find the key immediately. Rhodes' house was i!i>. stroyed. Seaweed of the famous S;ir8as:r, sea grows in the Gulf of Mexico and is swept Into lhe Atlantic i:y the Gulf Stream. At The Hospital* Walls li«spit:il Admitted: . Green WilsoYi, city. •Bobby'and; Bartelle Slockelt of! Bessie Bishop, city. Memphis, are spending the week- Dismissed: end here with Mrs. H. C. Layson M. L. Teasley. Steele, Mo. ANTIQUES Marble top tables — New Selections Ovals, Oblongs, Etc. Several Si/.es HAND PAINTED PLATES LAMP POST ANTIQUE SHOP 1'II.GKIM AND I.UTUKKAN CHUKCII Missouri Synix] Sunday School, 10 a.'m. Confession services, 10:45 a.m. Morning Worship v;ith Communion. 11 a.m. The Rev. W. c. Knifed- of Memphis will speak. FtJI.I, C-JSI'EI, TABERNACLE M. I). Mabry, pastor Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Monung Woryhii). Ji a.m. Yoim« People, C:4S p.m. Evening Worship. 7:30 p.m. riKST BAPTIST CHURCH K. C. Krowji, pustur Sunday School, 9:40 a.m. Morning Worship. 10:55 a.m. Training union, 0:30 p.m. Evening Worship. 7:30 p.m. TKMPl.K ISKAK1, Dr. Alfred Vise, Itabbi Woman's Club Sunday Scliool, 1:30 p.m. F*assover and Memorial Service, p.m. FRIDAY Sabbath-services, 8:15 p.m. PRESBYTERIAN Harvey T. Kldd, pastor Sunday School, 9:45 n.m. Church Services, 11 a.m. Pioneers, C:45 p.m. Evcnljijf Services, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, prayer meeting, 7:30 p.m. Friday, choir rehearsal, 7:30 p.m. CAIA'AKY BAPTIST CHUHCH I*. II JM-iilfin, iiactor Sunday School. 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship, 10:55 a.m. Training union, 0:30 p.m. Evening Worship, 7:30 p.m. 1'IRST ( HKISTIAX CHUKCH K. S. Baird, |iustor Church School, 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship, 10:55 a.m. Christian Youth Fellow^l) p, 4 p.m. Evening Fellowship, with religious motion picture, 7:30 p.m. Christ Ambassador services C'30 p.m. Children's church, 0:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service, 7:30 p.m. FIRST CHURCH OF THE NA/.VKENE F. W. Nash, pastor Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Young Peoples meeting, 6:30 p.m Evangelistic services, -1:30 pjn. Tuesday and Friday, prayer services, 7:30 O'clock. YARBRO MKTHODIST CHUECH Ray I.. Mcl.eeter, pastor Sunday School, JO a.m. Easter program immediately following. Evening Worship, 7:30 p.m. ST. MATTHEWS C1IUKCH K<-v. B. Francis Mcllevitt, pislar Her. Paul Kujarski, assistant pastor Sunday Masses, 9 p.m. ASSEMBLY OF HO» CHURCH l» C. KanLsey, paslur Sunday School, 9:4S a.m. -Morning Worship. 11 a.m. HIGH SCHOOL FREE LESSON In ihe convenient* ef your own horn* ic« how **«y it it lo kirn by our simplified home-study method. You too c«n be • High School graduate. 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M. SMART, Orjanlsl RALPH D. CHUKCHtl.l, Flowers eloquently express the beauty of EASTER. Choose yours for your best girl, whether she be mother, wife, or sweetheart—she'll love you for your real though tfulness. • CORSAGES! • POTTED PLANTS! • CUT FLOWERS! We wire Flowers Anywhere. PLACE YOUR ORDERS NOW: THE FLOWER SHOP Mrs. S. M. (Mac) Williams, Owner F. T. D. Service—Phone -191 Gfencoe Hotel Building 666 r*. COLD PREPARATIONS Liquid — Table* — Salve — Not* Dr»F» Has KotiaKod millions lor y#cr». 1JAIJY CHICKS S to 5 daj-s old— $4 lo $12 per 100. Several breeds _ KMiis, Founts — Feeders. KLKVATOK KKED STORE Itroadway at K. K. Tracks FIOWERS a Lovely Gesture ATTENTION LADIES Cash Paid for Men's, Women's and Children's Used Clothing and Shoes. 415 W. Ash St.- CHAMBLIN Appliance Co. "The Appliance Center of Blytheville" Phonafi'raphs.— Records ami Accessories. Buttery and Klecfric Radios 210 W Miiin Phone 3-1-1S Contmnous Stiowt Erery Day Boi OfHce Op«ns 1:41 Show Starts 2:90 UHTKN TO KiCN !:•• •-•>. 1I:M p.m. «:M »m Saturday Danger Signal with Fuye Kmerson •anil /achary Scott ' Serial: "Royal Mounted" No. 9 and Short Continuous Showing 12:3» te 11 ; Sunday and Monday Matlncn Bat. * 8«n. Only Box Offlce Opem 8:3«; Straw ituta 8:45 P. M. fM-h ETcnlac Opens Sonday 1:M; SUrto 1:1* Conllonons Shew* Sat. >a4 Bmf. Bar ( »ln NlgM ETtrr Ni(M Batvday. the R*Z7. Saturday Trail to Vengeance with Kirby Granl ard Fiuy KtligM Serial: ".IiinRle Raidtm" N». 1.1 ami Short CnnlinnoBi 8h«wlnr 1Z:M U 11:M Sunday and Monday. m\m Fox News am) S«tec<«d 8h'*rU Cotrtln.on.

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