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I •ll BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, MAY <i, 1946 left For Tolerance 'eatures Meeting Here "Have a broader : understanding uxl appreciation of other faiths, Solerano*. and at the same time, be fleeper.in spirit," the Rev. R. Sc'ott ,8«ird, pastor of First .Christian fchurdi,, told .women'. yesterday at ;>he.May Fellowship Luiicheon of "Council of Church Women. •j The 'luncheon, in. the Blue Room Which, is OursT" the R*v. Mr. Balrd pointed out to representatives of 'Various Blythevllle churches'-that /eo-op*ratlon, between faiths and people, in the community could ac- ;coraplJ6h much not done by an jn- "dividual person or church, : ' He Jaicl that one of the things "that mlfiht bel accomplished by co]operation and unity is religion in public schools. Another project is 'community-wide .activities; he add>d, using as an ex»mpU.t>»e."splen- ;did work of-the local Y." -• • A highlight' of "{he, luncheon was 1 the installation of officers by Mrs. IB A Lynch in a special ceremony. ..To sen,'e"¥re Mrs. J. C. El»s, presi- ;<ient; Mrs. G. ,W. Dillahunty, first ,uce president; Mrs. J. Louis Cherry, ilsecond vice president; Mrs. W. I. j'Dentoh, secYefarjjr,AiijJ Mrs. W, L. "Green, treasurer..-," Mr& James Hill Jr., retiring president, 'conducted the session until Mrs Ellis' Installation. Is April Bride it} Memphis Artist Vitit Planm* For Club M»et An outstanding event will be wild Tuesday at the plantation name of Mrs. p. p. Jacobs, ol Orldor,- when the Osceola Progressive club entertains with a special luncheon meeting for a Pine Arts program. Ml&s Louis* Mercer, concert pianist and teacher of Memphis, is to be guest of honor. She will tell the stories nnd play piano numbers from the operai "Carmen" and "Madame Butterfly," to be presented In Memphis May 20-21, by the Metro- Mrs. Lonnle L. Bryant of Memphis Is the former Miss Mildred Blythevllle, daughter of Thomas M. Tale of New Albany, WHS solemhlzt'l First Christian Miss. Her wecldinK here April 28 at Church. Verse. "I have fought a good flfht. I have finished my course, I have kept the faith." . Mrs. Joe Frecmnn, president, con ducted the brief business session hostess to ut Hotel entertains to Mrs. Rlley B. Jones Tuesday Bridge Club Noble. Miss Patricia Wise La Nucve Club. WEDNESDAY Mrs, Harry Klrby hostess Wednesday Bridge Club. Mis. James B. Clark hostess to Town and country Bridge Club at OJHi' on 'Highway 01 South. Chapter D, p. E. O. Sisterhood, neellng with Mrs. II. II. Houchlns, o'clock. THURSDAY Enlrc Nous Club meeting with Mrs. William Berryman. pollUn Opera York City. This special Company of program has New been arranged by Mrs. Jacobs, Fine Ails Chairman of the Osceola Progres- >lv« Club, who win use her home '!\yindover. Terrace" for the affair, to which have been invited Several guesU from neighboring towjuf Interested In music. Mrs. Dwlght H. Blackwood.presl- deijt, will preside. Hostesses for the luncheon, to be- gin'at i o'clock, will be Mrs. Jan WlHtami, Mrs. Ed Wiseman, Mrs. J. 'H. Hook, Mrs. I,. T. Lawrence, Mrt. I,, s. Matcheil, Mrs. R. W. Butler,, Mrs J. C. Young, Miss Alene word, Mrs, G. B, SegravBs, Mrs. A. M. Rogers. Mrs. W. T. Rarnjey, Mrs. H. W. Oeldrlch, Mrs. FIRST MKTHODIHT CHDKCH S. B. Wllford, pastor 'church School, 9:45 a.m. /Morning worship 10:55 a.m. Intermediate Fellowship, 8:30 p.m. Evening Service, T:30 p.m. FIKST BAJ-TIST CHUKCII K. C. Brown, paslur Sunday School, 0:45 a.m. ! Morning Worship, 10:55 a.m. Training Union 7 p.m. Worship Service 8 p.m. FUl.1, OOSI-KL TABKRNACI.F, M, 1>. Mabry, pastor Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 :i.m. Yoiuig People, 6:45 p.m. ! Evening Worship. 1:30 p.m. Rc' vlval iKKliis with the I?ev. Noreai YarbroMiih ol Houston, Texas, as speaker. CHURCH OF THE 1MMACUI.ATK CONCKWTION Rev. K. Francis McDeviU, pastor Morning Worship, II a.m. Pioneers, 6:45 p.m. Evening Service, 7:30 p.m. WEDNESDAY Prayer meeting, 7:30 p.m. Choir rehearsal, 8:10 p.m. ASSEMBLY OF COO CHUKCII I/. C. Kamcey, pastor Sunday School, Vi45 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Christ Amtassactor services, 8:30 p.m. Children's Church, 6:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service, 7:30 p.m. STi MATTHEWS CHURCH OSCKOLA Rev. B, Francis McDeviU, pastor Rev. Paul Bujarski, assistant pastor Sunday Masses, 9 p.m. Young Peoples meeting. 6:30 p.m.. VAKBRO MKTHOOIST CHURCH Mid-week Club meets will) Mrs. j R«v. Paul Bujarski, assislani justur C. A. Cunningham. Thursday Contract Clul) meeting with Mrs. F. Ji. Joyncr. Mrs. lioyce Moore hostess to GNB Club. Thursday Clul) meets with Mri. Byron Morse. Mrs. deo Laneston hostess to Octclle Club. Alpha Beta Bunco club meeting with Mrs. Jane Nowell. Mrs. Jesse M. White will enter- lain Club Eight. J. W. Rhodes Jr., Mrs. A. F. Wil- llafns,:. Mrs. J. J. Roberts, Pine Bluff Minister Will Speak Tomorrow > Tlie \Jev. Lloyd A. Sparkmnii, 'pnstor of Sonthslde Baptist Chinch. Pine Bluff, will speak tomorro'.v afternoon on the Arkansas Bupt Hour over Radio Station KLON, A prayer arid meditation period i d , nc meeting was discussed with |,»as led by Mrs. Harvey T. Kldd, j ?rid Mrs John F. Fields led the re- JspbnsHf reading. Mrs. Russell Barj. ham gave the closing prayer. 8 Two* numbers were presented by *] Mrs. K. C.- Alien, violinist, accom- $ panied by Mrs. F. S. Joyner. These, „• selections were "Melody" by Charles G, Daws and for the offertory "In- j. termezzo" by Mascagni. f, A constitution for the Council was submitted and adopted. During tli e group repeating the WSCS benediction. The next meeting will be at the church-next Thursday afternoon, H was announced. Music Lovers Hear Excellent Program Mrs. C. M. Smart's rendition of the Pinno solo "Rhapsody In Blue" by Gershwin and the voesi selection "Gypsy Love song," were most popular Inst night to the audience wliteh heard the concert presented by Blythevllle cnornl Society at the City Auditorium. • Tills formal Spring Concert followed the Palm Sunday preserild tion of "The Crucifixion" by the society. For nn encore, Mrs. Smart played "Wllcher' Dunce" by McDowel. Ranging from familiar follc song: to light opera airs, the progran included "T|i c Volga Boatman' Song" by N. Clifford Page, a Russian Folk song, which was sunn dragons decorated tables where the a capollii. nnd the popular "Ah, I 55 women were served. Bweel Mystery of Life," by Victor', • • » I Herbert, d r e n in melody from Houseguest Honored. .. " f " IUBht » MllrieU '-" the business session, it was also decided, the council would take as ft project an emergency food collection. ^Tentative date for beginning this campaign is May 12. Mrs. Ellis announced probable delegates to the animal state convention in Little Rock May 14 would be the president and first vice president. Churches represented of the luncheon yesterday were First Methodist, First Presbyterian, Lake Street MethpdUt, First Christian. St. Stephen's" Epis'copal arid Temple Israel Arrangements of roses and snap-- 5:30 o'clock. _ His subject will be "Once Ffiv ihester Carter, Miss Elizabeth off ' Bl " N°* r Brought Near." 'rallf, Mrs. J. T. Rhoades, Sundiiy Masses, 7:30 and 10:30 a.m. Weekday Masses, 8 p.m, Novena to Our Sorrowful Mother, Friday, 1 p.m. FIRST PKESBYTKRMN CHURCH Harvey T. Kidd, pastor Sunday School, 0:45 a.m. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH R. S. Balrd, pastor Church School, 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship, 10:55 a.m. Christian Youth Fellowship, 4 p.m. Evening Fellowship, with religious motion picture, 7:30 p.m. FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZAKKNF. F. W. Nash, paslor Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 .fi.m. Evangelistic services, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday prayer services, 1:30 o'clock. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH f. II. Jerrilfan, pastor Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship, 10:55 a.m. Training Union, 6:30 p.m. Evening Worship, 7:30 p.m. LAKE STREET METHOIMST CHUKCH Bales Sturdy, pastor Church School, 9:40 a.m. Morning Worship, 10:45 a.m. Methodist Youth Fellowship, 5:4f> p.m. Evening Worship, 7:45 p.m. Rev. J. Albert Gatlln, District Superintendent, preaching. Board of stewards, Tuesday li a.m. Prayer Meeting, Wed. 8 p.m. Kay Miil.csU'r pastor Church School, 10 a.m. Worship Services, 1:30 p.m. The Iteauty Nook 111 No. First, F'hone 894 Helen Lasttr Isabel Farbus Continnoin Show* Er«ry D»y Boi Office Opens 1:4i Show SUrts 2:00 HHTEV TO KLGN Rubt Boyce, all of Osceola. Mrs. Bits 1 of News * .Personal To Meet Earlier Intermediate Fellowship at First Baptist Church on Sunday nights will now be at 7 o'clock Instead of 6:30 o'clock al durins the past several month, the Rev. E. C. Brown suid today. Night worship services will fofi at 8 o'clock. AFTER YOUR 40th BIRTHDAY . . . Life is often one ache after another. Drink Mountain Valley Water as a natural nkl in the treatment of ARTHRITIS and NEURITIS. Don't neglect recurring pnins. Ask your Doctor about Mountain Valley Water, nnd how it helps to eliminate pain-causing toxins. Order n case today. CROSSTOWN WHISKEY SHOP Main and Division BlytheviHe,' Ark. for LUZIERS Fine Cosmetics Call Miss Francis Jones Phone 2486 or 3833 Mr. and Mrs. James c. White ol Coiicol-d, N. C., will arrive tonight for an extended visit with her parent*, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Thompson, at their home on plat Lakft Road: Mrs. White Is the former Miss Katie Thompson. , Condition of Miss Ada Croom, wno" has been undergoing trent- ii)eiit. at . BiythevUli- Hospital for the; pait month, Is somewhat im- prbveil. . Mrs. "Buddy" Abbott of Caruth- CHURCH NEWS Witji Dinner, Party Emerson Burnett of Little Rock, hoiiEeguesl of Allen :'Torchy" Hire and -.parents, Mr, ahd Mrs. :K. A. Rice,- has :been honored this week with, several affairs. Other fnvorltes Incltided "Lonij Closes" by Arthur Sullivan Day Vinci "As Torrents In Summer" by Eihvni'd Elgnr. This was the second program to be presented by the Choral Society, organized .several months ago by Mr. nnd Mrs. Dalton C. Fowl- Eite* Ashley, and friends. . Mrs. W. L. Qreen "has been 111 at her hotrie for the past week. : Condition of Mrs. J. E Lawrence, Who j'i| undergoing treatment nt BlytheVille HoSpltal, is Improvintj slowly': ' Lieut. Melvin B. Crowe is visit- g for several days *ith his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Crowe at their home in Pride Subdivision. -iv,,, oc. cl ». .ILU..O. ( . . . . Thursday night Mrs. Rice, assisl- Iston. nnd which nre proving very " " ' ed by her"»on,'"was hostess with a : supper for the guest of hoiior and ftoe other men. ,Thfe liost and several friends en- tertjined Wednesday, night with a dance at The Hut' to comulimerit Mr t Burnett. War Bor,' The host" arid his houseeitcsl most tickels. were^ in . service together, having both, served in Tok'yo at the same time. Miss Posey-To Head Central College Club Miss June Posey, studenls at Ce'rn tral College, Conway, has been elected president of the Home Economics Club there. A freshman, Miss Posey was grad- nr.'ed from i>ell -High School and made her home here until she entered college.' She is'the daughter of Mrs. and Mrs. L. C. Posey, 217 East- Davis. Yarbro WSCS Meets jopnlar among music lovers of thf city. Mrs. FowlstOnw us director and Mrs. Smart, palulst. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES Woman's Clubhouse, 141(1 W. Mi ' EVEELASTINO PUNISHMENT is the subject of the Lesson-Sermon which will be rent! In nil churches unri Societies of the Church of Chiist. Scientist, on Sunday. The Golden Text Is: "Draw nigt to God. and he will draw nigh to you. Cleanse your hands, ye sin- icrs; nnd purify your heiirts. ye louble minded." James 4:8. Amona the citations which com- n-ise the Lesson-Sermon is the fol- owing from the Bible: "If we con- Jess our sins, he is faithful and jus lo forgive us our sins, and.to cleanse us from nil unrighteousness." I Join 1:0. night a »2S During intermission last David Grnbcr was presented an award for The -nwurd was made by Mrs. Charles Pemi, president of lli c Society. Uslicrs were Miss Betty Woodson. Miss Marilyn Deen, Miss Wan- dn Bnrham, -Miss Rosemary Johnston. Miss Mniy Lou Joyner and Miss Mary Sue Benyman. The auditorium wns decoraterl with tall white floor baskets 6t deep red roses arranged with dou- mock ornngc. The Woman's Society of Christian EervJce of Yarbro Methodist Church met* Thursday afternoon at the chufch for n business session. The meeting'was opened with fl hymn and followed by prayer. "Fnith and Continuing Life" was a t«^k given 'byUMTs;..Henrj' Young. She. based her talk on the Blb'c Methodists Campaign For Golden Cross Funds Cnmpnign (or Golden Cross funds begins next week in each church o the Methodist Ynrbvo - Promised Land charge. Golden Cross directors are: Yar bro, Mrs. Netn Bunch; Flat Lake, Mis. Charles Brown: Promised Land ] Mrs. Fay Jarrctt. In discussing the fund campaign, the Rev. Ray L. McLester, pastor of the charge churches, said he arid these directors ask co-operation from members. He pointed out that the funds help provide free hospl- inllzntion for those who cannot pay. Coming Events MONDAY BlytheviHe Choral society meeting at the Y, city Hall, 8 o'clock. . Women's Society of Christian Service of First Methodist Church neetirig for regular business ses- iiou iit church, 2:30 o'clock. . Wesleyan Guild of First Mnth- odlst Church meeting at the church. 1:30 o'clock, with Mrs. Ed*rd Shields, hostess. Woman's Missionary Society ol First Baptist Church meeting al church lor business session, 2:3f o'clock; Mrs. C. E. Johnson hostess to Young Women's Association ot First Baptist church. 7:30 o'clock, 513 North Franklin. Mrs. J. Hines Wollers hostess to GEO Club. Royal Neighbors meeting wfth Mrs. J. D. Barksdale. 7:30 o'clock, it home on Barfield Road. ' TUESDAY -Mrs. sanford hostess to Double G Club. FLAT LAKK MKTIIODIST CHUKCII Kay Mcl.ester, pastor Worship Service fl:30 a.m. Bnp ti/.lng by elusion new members. Suntluy School, 10:30 a.m. . ritOMJSKI) LAND METHODIST CHUKCII Kay I,. McLester, pastor Church School, 10 a.m. Worship Service. II a.m. Youth Fellowship, C:30 p.m. Approved Residual Spraying ' BlytheviHe Insecticide Co. Harold Wright, Mgr. Phone 558 907 E. Cherrv CAR REPAIRING HY EXPERT MECHANICS For All Makes of Cars /Our mniplele service includes Motor Tune-tip, Miitor Overhauling; Hrake Adjustment and re-lining. 'Electrical Repairing, Radiator Repairs, and Oil Change. Don't Wait! We will pay you the top cash price for your car. Drive in today. Get the cash. Loct Saturday Life With Blondie with I'fmiy Singleton and Arlhur Luke Serial: "Royal Mounted" No. H ami Short Cont'd Shows Sal. 12:30 to 11:30 Suntluy and Monday REPLACED We have just installed the lulest machine to make Keys. And we carry a complete stock of Wanks. When you need an extra Key, see us. BUN HEATH Auto & Home Supply 1'hone 828 .119 W. Main . .\Ve Are Approved BlytheviHe Dealers , bESOTO — PLYMOUTH and PACKARD CARS and carry a complete' stock of Genuine Chrysler and Packard Parts "ONCE WE WERE LIKE THIS .. .can we bring it bock?" SEYMORE MOTOR SALES H. SEYMORE—Owner Corner Franklin & Walnut Phone 886 or 3534 's Good News! Dwi to an-increase in our sugar allot" "Went'We are nlw making more Dixie Cream Doughnuts than before. Make yoor large orders, for parties, etc., in advance. Reserve your Dixie Cream Doughnuts by phone lo be sure of rettmg your order. DIAL 904 Visit our modern shop. Our Doughnuts •nf mod* under sanitary conditions. DIXIE CREAM DONUT SHOP Ge«. C. Bartholomew 111 SMU Fnmklhi : I'hone «K)I Store Your Clothing Now I'erhapa Hubby doesn't know thai washing Is now as easy as "pie". The modern hmwcwifc doesn't slave over those old washtubs . . . she just sends her soiled clothes to the Blylhevillc Sfcum I.adndry. Send your clothes today—pronto! Dial 418Our Driver Will Call! 2 Phonos 474 and 475 Our unexcelled COLD STORAGE facilities guarantee ABSOLUTE PROTECTION for ALL of Your Furs, Woolens, and Household Linens. Ho Charges Due Until Fall * Insurance of every kind Phone 3545 W. J. Pollard Agency Glencoe Hotel Bldg. * MERLE OBERON CLAUDE RAINS CHARLES KORVIN UN ESMOND SUE ENGLMO (ESSUIiXnt MLPH MMGAN 1IAMKDWNPMT , WILLIAM DIETERLE jrj -HI P* S«,n( Y*-1,^- Selected Short Subject Continuous .shpwlne ,1:15,11:00 COMING SOON TO THE RITZ: TAKS * SrAKS with Janet Blair anil Alfred Drake ADVENTURE with Clark Gable <ft Grcer Garson MY ItKI'UTATION with Barbara Staiuvyck A George Brent KITTY with Vnulettc Godliard A Kay Milland NU-WA Launderers Cleaners 218-220 North Second Street 'INSURANCE ,» 2311 For Complete Protection • ACCIDENT & HEALTH • HOSPITALIZATION . FIRE • AUTOMOBILE . LIABILITY • BURGLARY • PLATE GLASS «TORNADO • SURETY BONDS • AVIATION FIRST NATIONAL INSURANCE AGENCY 108 N. 2nd Chu. Bitlner—Irene Crowde Matinees Bat £ Bun. Only Box Of Ace Opens 6:36; Show BUrto 6:45 F. M. Each Evening Open, Sunday 1:90; SUii* 1:15 Continuous Shews Sal. and 8m. Oarcaln Nljhl Every Nljht Except Saturday. Xft yM«M honored »n Bmoday M the Boxy. Saturday His Brother's - Ghost willi Husicr Crahoe Srri:il: "Jungle Unifiers" No. 15 ami Short ('ont'il Shows Sal. 12:30 lo 11:3* Sunday nnd Monday BRIDE-TO-BE OR 418 STFAM. IAUND/IY *EV. E C BROWN Pasler Attend Services Sunday at The FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Sth and Walnut Sts. "Thrr Church with a Friendly Welcome for All." Sunday School at 9:40 A, M. Moniing Worship at 10:55 A. M. (Broadcast over KI.CN) Si>ccial Music—Anthem by choir—"Unfold Ye Portals." Sermon—"Tlio Foes nml Friends of lUc Home." Training Union 1:00 P. M. Evening Worship Service 8:00 P. M- Special Music—"The Name of Jesus" hy Mule Quartel. Sermon—"What Ts That to Us?" Baptismal Service al Close of Service. May 5-12 Is Christian Home Week. Com* and bring the entire family lo all the services Sunday. Hear the Arkansas Bapllsl Hour over KLCN each Sunday at 5:30 P. M. The riotous, love life of a million- dollar PRODUCED gr If KT DIRECTED BY RICHARD WAUACE Fox News" * Select** Sliwrl Continwoi • bow tat 1:15-11;»»

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