The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 5, 1947 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, April 5, 1947
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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, APRIL 5, 19-17 Model Meeting Honors Btjta Sigma Phi Rushees ; RushecS of Alpha Alpha Chapter, t Befa Signm Phi, were guests of Ihoubr at a model 'meeting of the »«niEation Thursday rilght at Uie \ cl libra om, • i l^iey were -. ,M,rs. Kathleen M. j Thomas, Mrs. Frances Gamble. Mrs, Robert Porler.-- Mrs. Virgil 53oyd, MlJs Eloiso Yales, Miss Juanll?. McMullin, Miss Dorlha Bogan imti Mi4s Marilyn Bean. • Miss "Alice Saliba-, president, and Mrs. Ted Lyster, vice president and rush..:captain, told rushees of Iho aims arid purposes 'of Beta Sigma Pht ajKl a brief, history of Its or- eaijizalloii. Mrs. Dick Watson and Mrs. Carl liDcftton presented the program, with I'Cacli member" of °;thc sorority pnr- ||ticlpalhig. •_. Plans were made for a "hobo parity" 1 next Friday night at the homu Ifof Miss Iva Seay.- I!- Refreshments of cold drinks and 1'cookies-were served. i : ;. .-*•-•*•:' • . '. WMU-Executive Board Meets at Woodson Home games Mrs. V. u. high score prlw nml PeatliersUme seLo 1 1 Mrs. Langdon Hostess With Bridge Luncheon Mis. W. S. Lnngdon entertained two tables of guests yesterday at her home on Highway Cl with a bridge luncheon. Spring 'flowers were usedlhrouj out the entertaining rooms. In bridge Holland won Mrs. John high. • • • Easter Party Given For Meihodist Group While nvbbit.'i, yellow dnffoil Is blooming in a yard of green m is and giilly-colored Easter egjis » is the. selling for 25 Junior bnys i »l girls of the First Mi'thoilisl Chin h wheii they \Vere entorlaincd v.-UU an Easier jiarly yesterday afternoon at Ihc home of Mrs. M. S. Edwards. Following an Easier egg hunl, ' the group ulaycd games and 1 were served refreshments. They Inter) sang hymns in the Kdwavds home nnd were told the Easter Bible story by -Mis. Mamie Melton. I ,Mrs. M. C.\VnW) «•% a giiesl. Evangelist Mrs: E. B/wobdson was hosiers jSycsJerday afternoon to members of \l\ r ~ On^iUviiW c Iho Executive Board of the Woni-l'"' •^-- > " •san's Missionary Union of First I3ap- At ChaolCl' N ||tis| Church. "•• I ' Mrs. Marion Williams, uresidciu, Mrs. O. T5. Qucllmak, lilythevllle conducted the business session, High School leacher, presenled the [which opened with repealing of (he Chapter N. P. E. O. sisterhood pio- • watchword. I gram on "Tomorrow's Classroom" Kvnngellsl liennlc Morgan of In- ilianuimlls, Hid., «i|[ conduct a miTtinj; from Tuesday, A|iril il lliroiigh April 20 at the First Church of (lie Nfi/.areno here. . Services will lie lu'lcl c-ucli nl!;ht Mrs. E. C. Hardiii, Mis. C. S. I'iLemons and Mrs. K. G. Brown led the meeting eetlnc which begin tomorrow al First Bap- Itpra^yers. Discussions at lj\ver.e of the revival m ist Church. Blyfheville Y Group Has Easter Egg Hunt (& no'.vly-organizert group of Uie /, t^e Hubia HuLba Grn-Y, liad the home of Mrs. Alvin Y, an. Easter egg hunt Thursday af- tenioon at the Dr. J. A. Sallba ho{ne on Kentucky. Miss Alice Sa-ltho Exemplincation of Ritual. libs is the staff advisor. \ Tne ITiiffiiinn Inline was cicciiruted (Eaiadel Swearengen won an eCS w " n Spring bonc,ucls of \vhll.,> SUIIH- roiRing contest and the prize egg, dnmpns and yellow jonquils, wajs found by Marilyn Dauglicrly. ' ... Officers who have 'been elected' are Gai'.ye. .Slilwell. president; Ann'Mony from Other Cities Heiter, vice president; •*»--!»—' . - — - - -- Dypr. secretary; Carroll treasurer snid olinda Lewis, rejwrt- er.' Other men'Tiers of the rlub arc Baj-'oara Watkins, Mary Sue Wat- Bc " a - Gill of Dell Included kius, Joyce Booles, Peggy Bates,' from out of the town. Nqrnia Jean Carter, "Marjone 1 They were Mrs. Braxton dill av.d >-, Marilyn Daughcrty, Pat-j sons, Dan Ritler and Mij;s lla:«;l Wright and Emadol' Gregory, all of Santa l-'e. N. M.; iSwearengcn .. . ........ (Howard Cilll. Mrs. W. D. Hmvurd. •old drinks anil s - B - Co^c'nnd'drtiiBh'tcrs and S."C. Coming Events MONDAY | Woman's Mifsionary Society ol ' First Iliiptist Church will havi: I inn'linif «t Hie ehurrf). 2:31) p.m. t OKO Chrh will be onlp'rtalned by | .\IiSi-, Pranves Howen at her home in Lnxoi'a. I Executive Board- of Woman's Aux- vooin, modern methods of Uglillni; | iUar.v (if First Prcsljyterian Church nnd ventllaltm? and new tyjicy of furnishings. She displayed picture illustrations of the classroom of tomorrow. Mrs. Chester Cnldwcll ami Mrs. Freeman Robinson had charge of Ihe program. Mrs. Charles Crlgcer, president, conduclcd Uie business session niKl Bits of News iiyd pi me to return to New York City iftti visllln« lil.s sitilar. Mrs. O. A.| Jones, and famiLy, here. He also was the guest of his parents, Mr. 1 ami Mrs. C. W. Forrest and tiro-' thus, James Forrest and family and Homer Ponest and family, In BniKB City. Mo. F nil o. Human has cone to Knoxvillo, whore he twill join sMrs ' Human and their daughter, Mm-' ilyu Sue, and accompany them oick to BlythCTille. Mrs. Human and clnUHliler have been the guests of her parents. Maureen Norris, guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. (Samuel F. Nulls, will return tlie first of the week to St. Cecilia Academy, Nashville, where .she Is president of Uie fix'.'ih- Mi'S. Ted Lysler, Mrs. Donald Day and Mrs. lluwurd N. Moore spent ye.';li'! - <iay In Memphis. Cl.'irence K. Jolr.iwn, who Is nC- llowlhiK Clreen Ilusiness 'At The Hospitals RI.YTIIt:VIU.E llOSPIT,Ui Admitted: Billie French, city. Mrs. M. J. Shrlte, city. Mrs. J. M. Harding, city. Dismissed: P. E. Gris.som, city. Mrs. W. C'. Pliwkett and b , clly. W. R. S:IKO, Manila. WALLS HOSI'lTAI/ 'Mrs. O. H. 1'i'cston and Caruthersvillc, Mo. H. R. Stricklor, city. Hussell Ovcrtun, city. Shirley Heathcock, Ilcrmandale, 'Mo. 'Mnxlnc Finclier. Manila. HAl'TiST HOSPITAL, MEMPHIS Blsmi.sscd: Tommy Oold.-iliy. Lopanto. METHODIST JIOSMTAf,, IMI.MriHS Hclly Mills, BlyUieville. baby, Navy Arranges To Haye Exhibit ' Here Three Days A mubllc exhibit of Navy cquip- Mic-»t used (luring (he war will ua brought lo Blytlicvlllo hy t.hs U. S. Naval Hc.wrve for n three-day display beginning Monday and will be open to the inibllc without charge from 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. at the corner of Second nml Main streets. In this exhibit the nircrnlt cur- rier Enterprise Is represented Ijy a scale model nnd mimi:r»n.'i other model nghUni; mills of the fleet arc on display including oilier well known haltlcshi))s. cruisers and destroyers. A Hmnllton Standard airplane propeller Is eul away for inspection. Oilier Hems include a .50 caliber machine, Thompson sub- One hundred twenty million fish live in an average square mile "I ocean. Si ,;» f j;;' I]ggg{l| for three months. Mrs. K. Ii. Price from Tupelo, Miss., Is vlslllnir her iniiLhn-. Mi.-: Allie Spaim. Mr. Price will arrive Sunday lo accompany her honi". S. .). Smith is in NuslivtlM, T.'nn.. Uie Kiiesl of his sr;U>r-in-law. Mrs. Joe Mills, ami Mr. Mills. : Mr.s. Avi.s Crawford aivl Mrs Nuuyc Ilaynes left I'Vlduy foi-.WcM Memphis where they will spend iht: son, William Hayncs, and Mrs. Hayne.s. Miss IJernlce Matthews is speml- College. Bi>wlliiij"oi-cc;i, ~'ky i-Thi-rc! ins Ulc wcpl !(!iicl with Mr. aud Mrs. nt Uie terdny nt Huffman. Mrs. Quellmalv. told Ihc, 15 mrui- hors present of the nuKlern i Attend Ben G. Gill Funeral Relatives and friends here Thursday lo attend funeral service:-, for many meeting at the church, 2:30 p.m. Missionary sl\idy course of Woni- un's Council of First, Chrisliall to spend the Easter holiday:! wllli Ills mulliiT, Mrs. C. E. Johnson. I 'Maureen Norris 1ms as her guests Misses Prances IJanebovver of O.->- ceola iiiul Miss Mary Shea of Nashville, Tenn. (,Miss Shea, who Is spencIiHK tlie Easier Imlidnys with Miss Uanehower and her par- onls. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Danehower, is president, of the senior class and is to .serve as May Queen nl St. Cecelia Academy, where the three ijirls are .students. j Mr. and All's. Herman May havo H " V - 3ewc11 '" Kunnctt, Mo. returned from Tucson. Ariz., where 'Church al tile home of Mrs. E. M. Terry. Hill and "Walnut. l/ulle-ji CiuiUl of pilBi-tm-Iiiillio- nin' Church mcelmu wilh Mrs. Wolclon No'uel at hi-r home at 1033 West Ash. Officers will be elect-'J ed. Neighbor- will meet at Royal tlu- ho they spent Hie winter. 'Mrs. Donald Aycorh and Mrs. Ncul ^T^Connick spent yesterday in Memphis. Mr. and Mrs. W, E. Oherry avc Hie weekend In Chnffce, I Mo., with friends and relatives. Shipment of Bassinettes Just in $5.95 THE TOT SHOP 105 S. 2nd. Phono Jligh S soclation meeting al Ihc by As- high . " a ''!" nl an( l. r;Uz f, b( - t1 ' Van Iloo- ' nlc siH'nrtini! the weekend in M™^ » s B-est, of their grand- n,^' t , Llc " 1 - " ml Mrs. RobcH ' " U ^'\'' ,»" "• c . 1 '" 1 '- m '",' . '": hm : ° " C Cha of Dnngh-' lei, of the American Revolution ' ' ™" toyinond crawford student at ""lvo™»y of Arkansas FaveUevme b al 1 """° fo1 ' ''«= ***** "°»^ rit/ima j Di&lgherty, ty| Dsan 1 SwearengcJ i, Refreshments of ci jcockles were server (limit, i; d at Ihc PTAioMeet Wednesday Afternoon q Cox, nil of Holly Springs. Miss.; | Mrs. Clnrencc Palmer and iliui!'.hl_n-, i Mrs. lipnston llnukins. llu,»li HIMI. \ ti |J. A. glttmon, all of Memphis. John' Ciilmer and dain;hli'i.i April '5:-"Mllch- Jns l' er Oilnicr of War!ford, A cllVjohns will be guest speaker at ^ r - nucl Mvs - Horbln Glil. ..hieeting of Osceola Parent- hostess to hostess to Tues- hostess to Hill Jr., as hostesses. Mrs. Worth Holder Tri-Town Club. Club EiKht meeting wilh Mrs. Grjliam Siidbnry. .-..-•. ' v Mrs. TJ. K. Old rlnv T3ric)i;e Club. 'Mrs. Paul Mahnn Avalon Bunco club. ' were culled Ijy tbo denth of Mrs WRONRSDAY | Conner's sisler-in-law, Mr? Otis Chapter J), ip. K. O. Sisterhood, South. Virginia I3o\ven from Mississippi College for Women, at Columbus, Miss., who Is visiting her mother, Mrs. Howard Howertf, Mr. and Mrs. D. if. Conner and sons, J. T. ami Hilly, left Wednesday for Sheffield. Ala.: win-re Ibev .Teacher Association Wednesday af- ilenioon at (he grade school. ; The executive 'board 1 will meet at ;i.-30 o'clock, following which I r the. Rev. I,. T. Lawrence will con- dutl the study course. "The Pain- till- Hediscov'ers Itself." «ARD-TO-GET ITEMS " Siecl Scissors Postal Scales— Lock BO\M ..Small Filing Cabinet-; Speed O'Print Duplicators Stationery. N'orcross Greeting Cards SAMUEL F. NORRIS !ol)imi|i nml Yelvonton of , Suspllep IK North Second Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Joiner; Mrs. Opal Cooper of Jonrsboro; Mr. ,HM| Mr:;. J. I.. Newsom of Tunica, Miss ; Mi. and Mrs. Oscar Oiliner nnd <lnti(>h-, ters and Mr. Robinson of Wilson; Mr. aiitl Mrs. Henry Dri.sler and familv and Mr. nnd Mrs. .>. R. Whistle, all 'of Caruthersville, Mo.; Mr-;. Pansy Mooney of Lenchville '.inri tlip Rev. G. D. Maace of Carlishv Plans Made for Delegates To P. f. O. Convent/on Plans for uelcgfites lo thr P. K. O. Sisterhood Convention A\>rii )1 and 12 In Little Rock were made nt. this week's meeting of the newly orghnlzed Chnptcr A. c. of Leachville nt the home of Mrs. John Hanni. Mrs. Kannl sen-cd n dessert course.. Head Courier news Want Ads. mcetini! at Uie home of Mrs. Ilcr- inon Carlion, 1 p.m. THUrtSDAY— Ii ' 'Mrs. Richard iprlchnrrt hostess to Jolly Eistht Cliib. Mrs. G. D. Oaudill hostess to T"wn and Country Bridge Club. THURSDAY GNU Club meeting wilh Mrs. liyrnn Nail. Mrs. O. E. Keck euteilainiiiK Thursday Coiilracl club. Mlil-Wenh Club meelint! with Mrs. \V. Ij. llorner. Luxoro News Mr. nnd Mrs. Aneel Moni^amery and son, Travis, have arrived froiii Sun Jose. Calif., to make thnii- homo here. Al present. Ihey are at homo wilh Mrs. Montgomery's parents, the Rev. and Mrs. J. M. M.ijnr.-,. Ktudenls at home for the Tiister hi'lidiu --. [ire Miss Saral-. T/.mu^l.-in from Wllliiiiu Wood Cnlleue, Fn'.lon, Mo., win) is visilinc her fuiiief. ii. c. l.:ill('Ston. Miss Uvclyn Hill of Blue Mountain College. Bhu' Mount,iln. Miss.. -,vlm is visitini; hpr I the lii-v. and Mrs. A. B. Hill, ami Joe l-';:y Moore left Friday for West F:u-k to vlsll friend:; and motor home his wife and childven, Joilie and MnrKnrel J.-inp. vi'lm Jinvc been visiling relali\'cs in West Fork ;;- FAITH IS THE ANSWER REVIVAL APRIL 6-13 FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH :8t.h;& Walnut EVANGELIST REV. J. T. BROWN, Estil, S. C. Klythcville, ArK;ins;is SINGER UALI'I! C'lIURCIIlLJ,, Fl. Worlli Time of Services SUNDAY: Sunday School 9:40 (Attendance dwl 050) Morning Worship Service 10:55 a. m. (Urosidcnsl over Kl.CNM A Sermon—"The Message of the Hiscn ChvisL". Special Kaslor JUisic Training Union at 6:30 p. m. Evening Worship Service at 7:30 p. m. WEEK DAY SERVICES: 7:25 a. m. (ovcir at 7:55 a.m.) and 7:30 p. in. Junior Choir at- 7 p. m. Yow Are ConKalty Invited to Attend These Services BATH LUXURIES . (.so- . ns 1 ... 3.50' Biilli Miit 1.50' Tciloi \Viil.-r 1.75 (iv 3.00' WOOD'S DRUG STORE 221 W. Main Phone 507 Ralph Nichols — Hoy Woods i * WE BUY * WE SELL USED FURNITURE machine gun, side aims of many descriptions, a Congressional Medal of Honor, ji model drift-indicator, ft pass. Naval Reservists attached to the unit will explain Aesc Items as well as others exhibited. The particular mission of the exhibit Is to stimulate Naval Reserve Enrollment. The new Naval Reserve (inactive duly) i.s jiow open lo nil veterans, as well as men between the ages of 17 and )BH. years ami between 30 and -11) years with no previous military service. Men cnrollmi! in Ihe Keservo receive many service benefits-including the opportunity lo apply "or educational cruises to Centra! Aaicr- ica and other places with full p:iy and allowances. Men interested may obtain information on Reserve duty while attending the exhibit. JIMMIE EDWARDS FURNITURE CO. 313 K. Muin I'hone !!1X7 E V E R YO N IS E Y E I N Motorette A personal car in the fcalhcrweinlil class— that is giving America a new Motor thrill. Designed by aviation engineers, smart three wheeled Mi>uu-i.>Uu has licen welcomed inlo .Society nml business from Miami to Uoston, from llroadway to llcllvwond. It's as smart ns n Paris fashion pl.-ile, as comfortaWe as an Ath'.i'tic City boardwalk chair, ffs as easy to handle as a fountain pen and cosls less to operate- per mile than .1 Scotchman's bicycle. A few are available now—come in and meet Motorette. See the Motorette ilis|]lay in our showroom SHELTON Motor Company rimne 438 121 West Ash Continuous Shows Kvcry Day liox Office Opens 1 :<I5 . Show Starts 2:W) LISTEN TO KI.CN 8:00 a.m. Jjj:-15 p.m. 4:30 p.n.. SATURDAY Rustler's Roundup wilh Kirby Grant Serial "Sim of Cjuanlsniiiii" No. ( anil Short Conl'd Shows Sat. 12:70-11:30 Sunday and Monday Paramount N'eWM Selected Short Subjects Continuous Show Sun. 1:1.<>-I1:(W sy '•Dutchmen's Village" at Union College. They swap Stilus; nights with classmates In adjacent apartments and keep tabs on baby, using a n "car to the wall" system made possible by thin par- tltions In the converted barracRs apartments. Box Office Opens at 0:30 Opens Sunday I-Of; Starts 1:15 Continuous Si ,.*-». Sat >nd Sun. Bargain Nitht I »•••"• Night Kxi-tjit bonor«d an .jun (lie Roxy. Saturday Trigger Fingers with Johnny Mack liniwn Serial: "Mysterious Mr. M" \o. 8 anil Short Co- 'd Sm..i-.> Sat. 12-.W--!••?!) Sunday anil Monday v/.wg&fflttT -,,^^ *JB8£&.-, And PrtuolloE CONII'U^.li b, WALTER LAX'G , WALTER MC'SOPiC^ Also Shor- Cantlnnotu Hhuwlnic Sim. 1:1S to IV ROXY Th-fc^TS^ nlatini'C and NI^ ' April U-. • •' Mom and Dad Admission 50c to Evervone Union Easter Sunrise Service High School Stadium at 6:00 a.m. SUNDAY MORNING '\ Order. oi' WorslujT Prelude: Blythcville High School Band "*" • I Cor. 15:20-2:> Call to Worship: "But now lialli Clivist been raised from 'the dead, the first fruits of them thai nrc asleep. For since by man comcth death, by man also the resurrection from the dead For as in Adam all die, sn also in Christ .shall n ii \, e nia{ | e -,[ivc.'' Hymn (sfanding) "Come Thou Almighty King" t. r-ome. Thou AlmiRlily K;, IS , : .»ell> us Thy name lo si,, R , Ifqlp. us <o praise! Falher all K Iono,,s, Oer all violorious. (omn, nnil reign over us, Aiiricnl of days! •>. r«,mc. Thou Inc'irnale W,.nl <; lr ,, „„ T1 . m h , s • Our prayer atlen.l- ,.,, lnei .,„„ T| , c h And fjvp Thy \ V ,,r,l siirn-ss- Spirit or holim-.w On lls rt csrelll ,j X. To Tlirr. Orral onn in Ihrpc, Ktrrtlal lirni.srs lie llcncc. evermore: Tliy sovi-rri^n nmjraly iH.-iy up in filor.v ser. And to eternity Lore .-irnl ,-idorr! Address of Welcome The Scripture KcniliiiK nnd Trayer >c is not Krv Harvey T. Kid.l n ey , ; f . j )lnlni Special Music High School Acanrlln Choir "To Thee We", Pkach ""~~~ "The Ilallelujali Chorus", Handel S"" 1 """ .............................................. Kcv. Allen D. Stcwnrl Hymr. (-lamlliiK) ............................................. T ,, c ,, OM , OI . V Ilrneaiclion ................................................ ltcv R s n . lirtl • Tlie band is directed by Mr. Karl Wadenfuhl. • ® The choir is directed by .Mrs. Wilson Henry. This service is an annual even) in BlyUieville, and is .sponsored by (he Protestant lUinislrial Association. Rov. Hf.rvcy T. Kidd, President Ri-v. Allen D. Stewart, Vice-President " ..... ' Kov. D. B. Plodsoc, Sccveljiry-Treasuiv!- This Space Contributed by SWIFT & COMPANY

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