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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, November 18, 1944
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CAGE'TWO BLY'l'HEVILLK (AUK..) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18, 1944 .. Comihg Events . . _ . ' MONDAY Womar.V-'. Auxiliary at St. Ste- Church > meeting Twenty-Fifth Anniversary Celebrated By Green wells with Mrs. R. L. Stoc!teU,-2:30 p. m. Woman's Auxiliary of First Presby terian 'church trice 1 1 ng nl church ; 2;30~p.' m. Women's Missionary Union, First Baptist church, meeting at church for ''• Royal 'Service program, 2:30 p. in."" Woman's: Society of -Christian Service, First Methodist Church, meeting in circle groups: Circle 1, Mrs, U. S. Branson: Circle 2, Mrs. J.'M. Jcmtz: Circle 3, Mrs. J. G. Eudbury: Circle 4, Mi's. H. L. Harp: Circle 5, Mrs. Elton KIruy: Circle C, Mrs. Rllcy 13. Jones. Woman's Society of chrUUau Service, Lake Street Methodist Church, meeting at church, 2:30 p. in. . . ' Group meetings of women of First Christian Church: Fnith Group, Mrs. R. M. Beck; Hope G'ronp, Mr?.: Edwin Robinson; Love Group, Mi-j'. Lee Moore. TUESDAY La Neuve'Club meeting with Mrs. •Jnclr Chnmblin. : ' . . .Mrs. Charles Langstou entertain- ins Club Eight.^ Double G club meeting with Miss Mary Spain Usrey. Mrs. Doyle Henderson entertaining Tuesday Bridge Club. Bi-Monthly Bridge Club meeting with Sirs. Love B. Adams. WEDNESDAY Giant white chrysanthemums in l>old nltnr vnses, etched In the can- dclllght 'of -cathedral ispers In niter candelabra, formed the background ior Die mass solemnized this morning, 9 o'clock, at the Church of the Immaculate Conception,' when the innrriage of Mr. and Mrs. Paul 'Greenwcll was i-cblcssed on the tension of their 25th wedding anniversary. The Rev. J..J. Thompson was the celebrant. 'A program -of music was given by Sister Delores, church organist, nn<] by Dfckle Greeiiwell, who sang "Ave Maria". Mr. ami Mrs. Greenwell ivere attended by Mrs, Uoyd Wise ami John F. Lc'ntl, while nl- tar boys u-ere Jiu-k Lt'titl and Jimmy Duval). Mis. Greeinvell wore a corsage of while -gardenias, and Mrs. Wise a corsage of Tnllsmnn rosebuds. Immediately following mats, Mr. and Mrs. Grcemvell cnlcrlninpd 2C guests nl a breakfast In the Colonial Room of Hotel Noble, where a white nn,| silver motif was carried out denoting the silver anniversary. Atccntcruiccc for the table was formed of a silver bowl filled with white chrysanthemums ami California silver euchlyptus, and place cards were formed of liny silver _ wedding bells. Out-of-town guesls here for Ihc lerplcce for the lace covered luncheon table whore' the six guests were seated. A hrge while birthday cake WBS a. feature of the three course meal, "During the afternoon the guests played Liverpool rummy, with high score prize -won by Mrs. Lutes, and Ihe- hostess served Iced drinks ami nuts during tire card games. Mrs, Lutes received many nt- trnctlve gifts from the micsls who attended '(he pnrty. » • -• Virginia Henry Is Bride Of Marine Corps SergearH Mr. and MM. J. B. Henry announce the marriage of Iholr daughter, Miss Virginia Henry, to Tech. Sergt. Gerald T. Warren of the U. S. Marine Corps. The marriage wns solemnized Thursday, Nov. 0, (it Ihc home of Mrs. John Fill, Jiislicc of the peace, who performed the ceremony. The bride wore a suit of powder blue. 1 , with black accessories, and a collage of pink rosebuds. The only attendants were Mrs. Helen Westall, -.sls(er of the bride, nnd Miss Lois Ellis. immediately before (he wedding, Mr. and Mrs. Henry entertained with a family dinner honoring the bride and bridegroom. Mrs. Warren formerly attended Blythevllle -High School, and now Is employed nt Hart's Bakery. Sergeant Warren, ran of Mr. and Town nn,j Country Club meeting. event included Mrs, • Harry Ifamby ''Mrs. Ed. Stilton of Promised Land, with Mrs.JTed 'V. Rutherford. _ _ J an,| her daughter, Mrs. Lawrence Burns, both of iloiicsboro, cousins of Mrs. Greenwell. • -• l » Mrs. Keck Is Hostess Chrysanthemums, shading from yellow to n deep bronze, formed Hie centerpiece for the luncheon table nt Ihc o. E. Keck home Thursday afternoon when Mrs. Keck entertained members of the Thursday Contract .club nml one additional guest. Mrs. Fi-qil V. Rulherfoni. Following luncheon, bridge was Played, with hin,h score prize won by Mrs, E. R. Lancashire and scc- cmt high by.Mrs. R. L. Banister. Club, Guests 'Entertained Rosrs and ciir.v.siDilhcmuins were r.rrangcd In the living room of Hie Herman"Mny home yesterday nflcr- noon when Mrs. May entertained member's of the Initial club for an afternoon party. Three other guests, Mrs. J. F. Notcn, Mrs. De.s- sie aarreit ami Mrs. Robert Weedman, nlso played -Imiico with club members. Mrs. Charles Rose entertaining Wednesday Bridge Club. A.D.C. Club meeting with Mrs. William Dolcn. Mrs. 3. w. Robblns of Slcele, Mo., entertaining chapter "D" of P. E. O. at her home, 1 p. m. ^THURSDAY Thursday Contract club meeting wilh Mrs: E. R, Lancashire. Mrs. J. A. Jjcech entertaining Thursday Luncheon Club. Mrs. j. Louis cherry entertaining Mld-\Vcek Club. Miss Jane Branson entertaining Thursday Night Bridge Club. Mrs. A. E: Hunlley cnterlnlnmi; Fortnightly Club. FRIDAY Mrs. Johnny Hickmnn enterlaln- !ns initial'Club. Mrs. RK-S Moore enlerlalnlng C. B. C. Club. iPvt. E. W. Webster \Veds Miss Geraldinc Burgess Miss Geraldihe Burgess, daughter of Mr. and' Mrs! W. C. Burgess of Durham, N.-'C.'/and Pfc. Edward W. Welxler of Blytheville and Camp Butner, N., .C., were marrl«t' Friday night, NovMO,"at. B o'clock. • The Rev. Charles Jolly, pastor of Eethesda Baptist, Church in Durham, read the rites at the home ;of the bride's parents. 1 ... The'bride w>re n t\vo-pi --«ss .of cadet blue gabardine, with black accessories. She v,-as attended by Miss Dorolhy Young as maid of honor, and'ov Mrs. VV.-M. Williams as matron :ol honor. , The <bridegroom is .the son of Mr. and Mrs. Waller 'Webster of Blytheville. Bunco, prize wns won by Mrs, attended ftlythcvlllc High School, and now Is stationed at Mojave, Calll,, awaiting overseas duty. Ifc< recently retiinied from ,wo and a hnlf years of foreign iervlce. The bride will make her home ivllh her parcnl.'i while her liu.s- band is In service. Mrs. Etkins Entertains Mrs. O. O. Klklns Was hostess to members of the O. n. C. Club yesterday altcinoon, cnleitainlng with a bridge party nl her home, which was gay with/Full (lowers In colorful hue. ^h score prize for the afternoon went tn Mis. J. IX Smith, second hi|;h to Mrs. W. S. Umgdoii, and brldeo to Mrs. Lendennle Fowler. A dessert course was served. ; Bits of News Mostly, Personal Jack Marsh, high score by Mrs. W. 0. Colslon and low by'Mrs. Ebb Reynolds. The. hostess sewed a dessert course wllh coffee. Mrs. Lutes Complimented Mrs. Charles Lutes was guest of honor yesterday afternoon when Mrs. Tra Kooncc entertained with a surprise.blrthrtiiyUuiidieon nt her home on Highway Gl South. Red roses from the hostesses' garden formed mi attractive ccn- Boptist Group To Meet At Dell Church Sunday HtHillsl men of Northeast Mississippi County will meet Sunday afternoon, 2:30 o'clock, at nell Baptist Church, it was announced today by Ihe Hcv. G. D. Magcc, pastor of the church. All iiion liHercste.'l In the spiritual welfare of other men are Invited ta attend this mcotfni},' and every meeting of it-s kind, held each iirsl and third -Sunday afternoon in Ilic month, the Rev." Mr. Magee tinted: Arnold'Fowler of Manila Is lead- Mrs. E. J. Quay of St. Ixiuls has returned to her home niter a visit of three weeks us the guest of her daughter, Mrs, Jack Thro and family. Mrs. Fred Copelnnd returned home Thursday after 10 days treatment at 'Memphis Ear, Eye, Nose nnd Tin oat Hospital for ai) eye ailment. Although her condition is slightly improved, she will return to the hospital for further treatment next week. George W. Barlmin has returned home from Memphis Ear, Eye, Nose and Throat Hospital where he underwent treatment for an eye ailment for several days. He will be confined to his home here for several days nnd will return to Memphis some time next week for further treatment, although his condition Is greatly Improved. Hiss Ho.snlic Duclos, who is al- tciuling Draughan's Business 'College In Memphis, is spending the v.'eekcnd here with her parents, Mr. mid Mrs. A. C. Duclos ami family! Mr. nnd Mrs. R.'E. Blnylock are spending a week In Little Rock, where Mr. niriylock Is attending a Grand Lodge meeting ol : the Ma- tonlc'Order.-ahd where they arc visiting Ihelr son, Pvt. 'Bob Blnylock, who Is stationed at Camp Robinson. Paul •' Charles -Wagner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Prank Wagner, Is able to be out after having'been ill for the past 'two wcek.s- of diphtheria. Pfe. and Mrs. Edward W. Webster of Camp Butilcr, N. C., arrived yesterday.morning lo be the guests of his parents, Mr. ftnd Mrs. Walter Webster. They came especially to-attend-memorial services to be held 'tomorrow afternoon, 3 o'clock, at Plfst Baptist Church, for Private /cbslcrVbi'othcr.'Pvl. Walter Web- :er Jr., who was killed In action in outheni Fraiice. >n. G. Himt'hus returned'from At- inl-n. Oa., Spnrtsmburg, S. C., ami helby, N. C,, where he spent two -ecks. Mrs. E. A. Goodrich will leave to- iorl-ow morning for OilbcrUville, '.y., where she will spend two week.? Paint brush bristles for essential war purposes conic from Chiiu, and arc down uiit of Iliat country by returning dyers. Yanks-Fight Way Through Forest |p v^ 1 lit the upper' picture % '' : ' destroyers r,; they more through tlie Hurt«en-Forrest during an of '.iiis sector that stubborn German resistance-has been stalling the'Flr«l Arm Tnfantrymon, .with rifles,,held rea/iy for .quick nclion as tlicy push throug'.x Ih Forrest near Vossenack. (Signal corps'Photos via NBA.) Missionary Will Address Church Group Miss Edna Poolc, missionary in the lielslun Congo In Africa, will be guest speaker at the 11 o'clock service tomorrow morning at. -First Christian Church, It was announced today by the Rev. R. S, Balrdj pnstor of (lie church. i A mfelonary to Africa'for the past 13 years, Miss Poole will r ie-' turn to the Congo In' (er spending her'furlough here'lrl (lie tolled States. 'Ihe public is invited to attend services tomorrow morning,' llie'Reiv Mr. Balrd said, when Miss Poole will tell of her experiences In ml«- tlonary work. Osceola Society— Personal ; J Mrs, A. C. Wilson Jr., has gone to San Diego, Calif., to visit her husband, who is stationed at the Marine Base, camp Mjrirner. She. plans to return home (he last of next week. ; Staff Sergt. Cecil Kersey Is vis-! ltlii(j his parents, Mr. and'Mrsl-Kcr-' icy. Sergeant Kersey spent 28 inonShs In the Burma' theater. Sergt. Fi'ltK Walker, who is sta-, Honed at Kennedy General -Hospital In Memphis, spent three -'days here this week with- his wife and ' parents, Mr. Mrs. R, O. Walk-'. Mrs. Ed Simmons nnd children. spent the weekend In Memphis wilh' her aunt and uncle, Mr. :and Mrs. Dave Monk. Mrs. Paul Luster and Mrs. Elliott Sal-tain were -Memphis visitors Tuesday. ; Seaman 1-c VV. B. Stewart has' returned to San Diego after ft two week.? fin-lough with Ills 'parents,' Mr. and Mrs. Max Stewart Sr. Mrs. Gwendolyn HolifleM went to Memphis Monday to accompany her sister, Mrs. J. V. Hooper and ion, Jimmie, home. l.ieut. William Bard Edrington Is visiting; his wife and parents, Mr and Mrs. John W. Edringlon. Mrs. J. T. Driver and Mrs. Brewer Driver were In Blythevllle Thursday. • Miss Gladys Phillips and Lieut. KHOX Phagan Jr., of Dycrsb'urg Army Air nase, were in Memphis-Friday for luncheon at the PeaViody. p. in. •Evangelistic : Service, 8 p. m. .Midweek services, Tuesday and Friday nights. Radio programs, Monday and Friday, 2:30-p. m. \ A friendly welcome to ; all. NAZAHENK CHURCH F. W. Nash, jiastor •Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. Mornlrig >Wofshlp, 10:50 a. in Pastor wfll preach. Service;for young people, V'p m Evening service.'7:45:-p. m. Pastor will'preach. Wednesday 'night, 7:45 ^o'clock, prftytr m««an«. ^A)l services are.'being held'tem- porarily at the Armory Building. PILGRIM LUTHERAN CHURCH Sljfth'AtSd Walnut Sis. Sunday School, io a. fn, Morning Worship, n a. m. Tlie Rev.'-W. C. Krueger of Memphis will be:guest speaker, .using as his sermon topic, "Christ Jesus, Our Best Friend." The public Is welcome -to attend these services. LAKE STREET METHODIST •CHURCH Bales Sturdy, pastor ' Church School, 9:50 a, m. Ivcr- son Morris, supt. ; Morning Worship, 10:45 a. m. "Tlie Lord .Is-In Charge," pastor's subject. •Youth Fellowship .groups, 6:30 P. -m. , Evening (Worship, 7:30 p. m • ( Ebenezer", i pastor's subject. Wcsleyan Guild, .1:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting nnj Choir Practice, Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. ith her .daughter, Mrs. joim Thorn- John Deen Buys Interest : s and Mr. Thomas. Mrs. Thomas, /„ Iniiieittna Cnnrarn ;ho has been undergoing treatment' LoufS ' on " Concern a hospital for the past several .ays, will be' removed home tomor- o\v. \ Miss Louise Rice and Miss Mar-. Ha Moore, both ot whom are enW >loycd in Memphis, are spending he weekend here with Mis.s Rice's tai'cnls, Mr, and Mrs. L. I. Rice ind fiunlly.. , , . • «» Delnres : IInrrls, dauRhter of Mr. nil 'Mrs. Gordon Harris, has been dismissed from Walls Hospital vhcre she underwent a lonsillcct- imy. At The Hospitals ; ; lll.vllipvIHe f Admitted: > 5 A. C. Matthews, city. -t Mrs. Shelby Canard, city. '' Miss Lula Victory, city. Mrs. O. P. Watson, city. : Mrs. -Wtirrcti Rambo, city. : Dismissed: Alice Taylor, Luxora. Fannie licll Guylon, 'Hayti, Slo'.' Walls Hospital Admitted: Shirley Sheppard, city. Dismissed: Jewel Ditfey, Leaehvtlle. Miss Angle Hood, city. Dolores Harris, city. Memphis llaptist Hospilal Frnnk Dilltnan, Carulliersville, Mo. H. J. Hale, Osceoln. The .norlhern hemisphere con- (alns S3 per cent of the world's population. John Deen, long a resident of Blylhevlllc -mid for the past seven .reals, assistant ••manager of the Delta Lumber Company, has pur-l cha.sed an interest in the Easl Car-' roll [.nmbe'r company In Lake Providence, La. ' : He will - leave tomorrow morn- h>!! for Lake Providence where he will make his home, Former Deputy Sheriff Dies 4t Memphis Home .Webb W. Grecr, former-deputy sheriff for a number of years, died late yesterday In Memphis at the home of his sister-in-law, Mrs. Jess Grecr. long a resident of Osceola and W(lson. funeral services will be held at Osceola with arrangements incomplete at noon today. Swift Funeral Home is in charge. FIRST ASSEMBLY QF OOI) CHURCH I* C,'Ramsey, pastor Sunday-School,.0;45 a. m. Morning .Worship. 11 a. m. Radio .Broadcast from Church, 2 p. m.' C. A. class for Young People 7 p .m. Women's Missionary Council, 7 p. -m. Evangelistic Service, 8 p. rn. Services every .Tuesday .and Friday high t at 8 o'clock, with - special songs and music. FIRST-BAPTIST CHURCH 'E. C. .'Brown,-pastor Sunday-School, 0:40-a. m. P. -J Deer, supt. Moriilng-Service, 10:50 a. m. Sermon by pastor.' Duel, ' : 'God Shall.Wipe-Aw^y All Tears'.', -Mrs.-George-M. Lee and Mrs, Pain" Tipton. -B.T>U. h .fe:'3"o.p. m.'R, -L. 'Sherriek, ircclor. Evening '\Vorship, :i:30 p. m. WEDNESDAY 1 : 'p iri. .Teachers and Officers reeling. 7:30 p. m . Mid-Week Prayer Serice. 8:10ip. rn. Choir practice. 'FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Main Street a'. Sixth R. S. Baird, .pastor Bible School, 9:45 a. m. Morning worship, 10:50 7he -ord's Supper will be observed, and .fiss Edna . Ptiole, -missionary, will peak. Christian 'Youth Fellowship, for 'iilermedlates at 4 p. m., nnd for Senior young peop'le,-at S.p. m. ' Church service and fellowship period at the Airbase chapel Tuesday evening at 1:30. 'All'Church'fellowship supper at he-church hall Wednesday evening it -7S'Ob. . : • CHURCH NEWS FULL C.CSl'EI. TABERNACLE 'Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. Roy Handley, supt. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Sermon by pastor. Children. 1 ; Church, '0:30 p. m Mrs. Ira M. Bryce In charge. 'P.Y.P.A. Service, Tp. m. Orcheslra begins playing at T:-I5 n Put a War Bond in Your Wardrobe. .. JL. Conserve materials " and 'maniwwci- by hnving your clothes ^Iry ile;uicd fre(|tient!y. BlyUic- vilte Laundry service 'renews richness nnd color to faljrics inul restores the smart .shape of garments. That means more attractive apparel aiut a sub- Hland'al savings, too. Use Hlytheville La u miry service frequently and put the savings in War Stamps and Doiids. 'FOK BETTER LAUNDRY PHONE 418 FOR BETTER DRY CLEANING -FIRST METflpinST'CIIURCIl S. B- Wliford, paslor Church School.'9:45 n. in. U. S. Braiibon. supt. » Morning'WorShlp, 10:55 a. m. Junior Fellowship, 7 p. m. -Evening Worship, 1:30 p. m. Choir-'Rehearsal, Wednesday, 7:30 >. m. ST STEPHEN'S EPISCOPAL CHDIiCIl Thomas I!. Smylhe Jr., minlstfr Church School, 9;30 a. in. Morning Prayer and Sermon, 11 a, in, ' CALVARY EPISCOPAL CIIUHCI! Osceoln Thomas u. Sroyllic JjV, jnliilslcr Evening Prayer and Sermon, 7:30 BAl'TISV •CHAPEIi I.lly glreel Sunday School, D:30 a. m. Russell Baugh. supl, B.T.U., 6:15 D. m,-Miss 'Sariih Frances Rowland, director. CHRISTIAN' SCIENCE SERVICES Woman's Clubhouse UK; n. Main ; ,. : "Soul and Body" Is the subject ot Ihc Lesson-Sermon which will be read in all Churches and Socielles of Ihc church of Christ, Scientist, on Sunday, Nov. 10, 1944. Tlie Golden Text Is: "My soul lotigeth, yen, even Ininteth for (he courts of the Lord: my heart ami my flesh criclh out for Ihe living Ood." Psalias 84:2. Among Ihe citations which comprise the-Lesson-Sermon Is Ihe following ironi the Bible: "We all. with-open face beholding as In n Blass the glory of the-Lord, are changed '"to Ihe same Image from glory lo glory even ns by the Spirit of the Lord." II Corinthians 3:18. The Lesson-Sermon nlso includes the following passages from the Christian Science textbook, "Science and'Health with Key lo the Scriptures,' by Mary Baker Eddy: "The material body and minrt are le;n- IJoral, but (he real man Is spiritual and eternal." p. 302. Tr? our "Own Mnde" ICE CREAM 0!e Hickory Inn Ain* tan HIfh 8eb««l MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP 101 S. FIRST Phone 2532 Bring Us Your Beauty Problems MOI>EU,\ EQUIPMENT KXI'ERT BEAUTICIANS CHRISTMAS CARDS and GIFT WRAPPINGS have just been received Choose gifls now while slocks are new and complete. 'Thq v .'Gift Shop Modern & Aritlijne Gifts MOSS BRYAN HELL BAPTIST C1IUUCH G. I). Magee, pusloti Sunday School, 10 n. in. Alien Hardln, supl. Morning Worship, n a, m. Sermon by pastor. Men's mectlnsf, 2:XO p. in. Every man invited. B.T.U., ^ p. »n. Mrs. net'thn Gill, director. Evening worship, 8 p. in. Sermon by pastor. Prayer meeting, 1:30 o'clock Wednesday night. AT FIRST' r Centinnon? Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KI.ON t-M ^m. I2:« iiJii. t-.M t Saturday Hidden Volley with Bill Elliott and Gabby Hayes Serial "Black Arrow" 3 and Short Con. Showing Sat'day 1:00 ta 11:34 Sunday and Monday 'Paramount News and Selecled Short Subjects Continuous Bhowtnr Sun. 1:15 ta II Visit Us In Our NEW BUILDING Located at 121 E. Main St. T.I. SEAYMOTOR CO. 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