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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, December 2, 1944
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PAGE, TWO ULYTIIEVILLE COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1944 Here-Next Week Coast Guard Will Accept Youths Of 17' Coming Events '» ' MONDAY Woman's Auxiliary of St. Stephen's Episcopal ChUrch meeting with Mrs J. Louis Cherry, 3i30 pm. Woman's Society of Christian Service, First Methodist Church, meeting for business nt church, 2;30 p.m. Woman's Society of Christian Service, Lake Street Methodist Church, meeting at church, 2:30 pm. .Women's Missionary Union, First Baptist. Church, having business meeting nt church, 2:30 pfa. Woman's Auxiliary of First Presbyterian Church having Executive Board meeting nt Church, 2:30 psti, Wp'men's Missionary Study .Group of first Christian Church .meeting with Mrs M T. Moon, with" Mrs J, Cecil'Lowe as cohostess, 2:30 pm. Delta Delta Delta -Club • meeting xtith Mrs. Herman Catlton, 7'30 pm TUESDAY . L£\',Neuve Olub meeting with Mrs Mrs:.-: W. . C- Hlgginson , eplsrlaln- mg Tuesday, Bridge Club. , Double G,Clul> meeting with Mis John' Llppltt. . • WEDNESDAY A. D. C. Club 'meeting' -with Mrs. Toby Long. • SUNDAY SCHOOL LESSON Tcx<: Jolm lTilS-23; I Corinthians "What Is your spirit?" "Where do you stand?" "Are you living for and for your own power life to lil-3; 1214-7; 12, 13 BY WILLIAM. E. OILROV, D. D. It Ls a Grange and snd thing that ^^\^^^^^^^'^^^^^^ %W'X"MW$K$^ temL M no™r" g ClreCllVC " S should be between niutor^that have , chtlwhcs nnd church long been nominally Chrfetljair, but 1 has been made In tian consciousness, and toward world-Christlah unity than ever before In all 1 th'e Chi-lstian'centuries. I think that this Is true, though I dm mindful that my Roman Catholic friends might cite that Church's Ideal Of a world-Christianity, unified under one authority, and tho measure;of its attainment, at.certain times when the church was the main strength and hope of internationalism. But that was at least before the Western Hemisphere had become n part of the gwllllcal and religious world. For at least four.centuries It has Mrs. James B. Clarice entertaining J**" Plain thai the world cannot Town' and Country.Brld"' Mrs. James H.:Bell ei; Wednesday Bridge Club. THURSDAY be dominated by one religious authority; and the significance of the Protestant movement for world- Christian unity is thai II docs not lug hand for a sorely stricken hu- mnnlty. Moreover, thc narrow vision find thc narrow rcnch nrc not enough. Christianity was Instituted as n world religion, nnd such It must be or lose Us claim to cm- body the spirit of tho Christ. His commission was to make disciples or nil nations. There nrc no boundaries for the Gospel. ' Postwar days may sec a great fulfillment of that command In u vast extension of missionary nclivlty. The missionary, often sneered at, loduy stAnds higher than ever before. We inarvcl nt the courage, endurance, and service In crucial times, of such supermen, ami sillier-Christians, rind we now see the effect ol the work of the many nameless missionaries unknown to us until war In the Pacific brought them Into thc headlines. 'Hie, friendliness of thc na-, Bits of News Mostly Personal Mrs O W McCutchen entertain- resl ml authority, but on certain lives to our American troops has Ing Thursday Contract 0" i>> common Ideas, Weals, and purposes, been a great asset. If any reader Thursday Luncheon Ciub meeting held by those who have widely vary- lias', had'a boy out In the Pacific with Mrs A G Little '"? Conceptions of .authority and Islands, he may well say, "Thank Octette Club meeting .with Mrs. "" C. C. Langstoti. Mrs. J. Louis Cherry: entertaining Mid-Week Club. Thursday Night practice. 1 God for the missionaries." Bridge Club meeting with Mrs Charles Blttncr FRIDAY Mrs. Lcndennle Fowler entertaining C B C Club Mrs. Ebb Reynolds hostess to Initial Club. Moreover, it Is a coincidence of We'may well pause to consider this Increasing world-consciousness why the unlives did not prefer thc and world-unity among Protestants, Japs; and If we are thoughtful wo hat as the barriers between those. shall see that we must restore and if different lands and denomina- Club, Guests Entertained Mrs. W. H. Stbvall 'fmd Mrs. P. L. Husbands were guests : of Mrs W S langdan yesterday after- 3'oon Bhen she also was hwl to members of:the C. :B. C. Club at her country home on Highnaj Gl South. Late Autumn flowers.arid sprays of Nandlna berries were', arranged in the hvin" room where bridge wa's played during' the afternoon, Hl«h score prize wn 1 ! won by Mrr. Stovalli second .lilgh by Mrs. Lendennie Fowler and. brldg'o by Mr= O O Elkins The hostess. servtd.. a dessert course. * • • Earline Leigh Is Bride Ions break down, instead of Inten- iifieei rivalry with the Roman Cntho- Ic Church, which might have been expected, there are probably closer relations between Protestants and Catholics tlmn ever before. The fact Is that bath Roman Catholics nnd'Protestants are challenged today by a world situation, arid thc world Is saying in, cflect, carry on the world-wide missionary work Hint tho war has disrupted, and Inilld as nobly for the future as the consecrated missionaries of. yesterday built for today. Only we must build on a vaster Bcnle; for the war has made tlic world a larger place, nnd at the same time a smaller place, through making its remotest parts so easily accessible. 1 Osceola Student Named Trammel.,. G °° d Citfieiisfeip Girl Wedding At Osceola Miss Gladys Cleo daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. ». Trnmmell of MOrclionsc, Mo., and , A . nni J, ' olllcs P |c was select- Pfc. o. Howton MOSS, son qf Mr V by thc °s« ol « High Scuool stu- nntl Mrs. Frank Moss of Osceola <len . t botl >' ""d faculty as thc bcsl were married In Osceola, Nov. 18, scnlor 8"-l citizen tor this school at the Baptist Parsonage' year. .The contest Is sponsored bs After the ceremony tho couple th e.--paiightcrs of the • America! visited (heir parents hi .Missouri Revolution who each year offer i and Osceola. medal In each high-school to th Private Moss, who rcccnllv re- s ehl« girl who is"-the -most ou turned from 20 months m'llitary standing In dependability, .loynUj [ Or service nnd patriotism. ^Forty-eight girls who win in llr Miss LnPetra May of Memphis spent Thanksgiving here "with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lafayette May. Mrs. 3. J. Cohen left Thursday for New York where fhe will spend six weeks. She will be joined there for part of that time by her son, Ensign Jerry Cohen, who Is on active duly with the Navy. Mrs. AlvJn VV. Moore, who Is cni- ploycd In Washington, D. c., nr- riveil Thursday for n visit of several weeks with her mother. Mrs. D. O. Moore nnd family. She will be hero until after the Christmas holidays. Mrs. j, p. Newell Jr., and son, J. P. Ill, of Memphis nrc the holiday weekend guests of her mother, Mrs. Leslie Hooper. Mrs. j. L. ulnford nnd granddaughter, Joy Jackson, of Brownsville, Term., are spending' the Thanksgiving holidays hero ris guest.'; of Mrs. Blnford's sisters, Mrs! E. M. Terry and Mrs. Edwin Robinson. ' , Mrs. J. E. Williamson and daughter. Miss Nancy Richardson, have arrived from Norfolk, Va., for th'e marrlapc of Miss Richardson to. Cadet Howard Spainhowcr of Bly-. Ihcvlllo Army Air Field, which will lie solemnized this afternoon, 4:30 o'clock,' at- the chapel. • Edwin Weertman, a student , at University of Arkansas, FnyetUj- vllle; under the A. S. T. P., will arrive tomorrow morning to spend n week here with his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Harry Weedman nnd family. Doiv)thy Arnold- and her irothcr, Carl Arnold, are spending he weekend in Jonesboro as wests of lie-Ills H. Arnold and nmlly, nnd Otis Wyatt and fam- Iv. Mis. George H. Mari'a hns re- "nied to her home ip Oregdi •"— spending foitr weeks, here Administration of Religious Education at Southwestern Baptist Theo- Broadway Baptist Worth.'Texas, will The Coast Guard Recruiting Officer, St, Louis, Mo., Lieut, (jg) M. K. Martin, lias announced that Coast Guard recruiting Is being resumed after a lapse of over 10 months. Young men who have reached nth Mrthdey, but who arc service overseas, left Sunday Hot Springs where he' will be sfa-- tioncd. Mrs. Moss vill resume her work at (lie Lee Wilson & Co. of- of the marrla'e on last Saturday of MISS Earime L«igh or Luxora, to Cecil Southard of Blvthnville The bride Is the daughter of Mr. Announcement' has-been 1 matte ficoB "> Wilson for the present. ia K, Byrd Is Married STEELE, Mo.,.Deo. 2.—Mrs. Belle and Mrs- Hursell Leigh of Luxorn, B.Vrd .announces thc marriage of is secretary-treasurer of thc ^ while Mr Southard Ls the son of her 'daughter, Miss Ina K. Byrd, to I Club news reporter for the senio Mrs C Southard HcnryWA, Williams "of ttcrhphis. class,'Beta Club, nnd Booster'ciu! They w'll mate their home here Thc double, ring . ceremony was ; and Is a members of the girl 1 vhere he is an emplojee of the solemnized Saturday, Nov. 18, by ' Midwest Dairy Products Company. Justice of the Pence Wood nt Hcr- final contest, wlilcli Includes a gi: from cadi state, will be given free trip to Washington..when... 11, D.A.R. observes the) cel'ebrationK the First Continental Cohjrcss. ' Anna Pearl has been bnt.stam' ing particularly In her work ii presitlent of the Booster Club. SI: vltli her husband, chaplain at th< irbasc. Victor CriiiK, who has been cm >Vwocl' at Blythevlllc . Army Al . ^lelcl, has gone to Waltham,- Mass Brooklyn, N. Y., they will be assigned 'o an Important post In Uncle Sam's "First Fleet". Seventeen-year-old enlistees will have Die same discharge benefits, insurance privileges and other advantages received by al) members of the armed forces. Additional Information can be obtained by contacting the Coast Guard Recruiting; Off ice, 508 New Federal Building, St. Louis i. Mo. Plane Crashes In Sea; Keiser Gunner Killed Raymond FULli GOSPEL TABERNACLE ..'Ira'M.' Brycc, pastor •.Sunday. School, Handley/.supf. 9:45 n.m. Roy Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Sermon by the pastor; . Children's Church, 6;30 p.m. Mrs. Ira M. charge.- H.-Y. P. A., 7 p.m. Orchestra will begin playing at 7:45 p.m. Evangelistic service, 8 pm. MId-Week services Tuesday and Friday 'nights at 8 o'clock. Radio programs Monday and FrJ- day, 2i30'p.m. A friendly welcome to all. CALVAUV EPISCOPAL CIIUHCH Osccola Thomas B. Smj-llie Jr., minister Evening Prayer and Scnnou, 7:30 p.m, • ST. STEPHEN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH Thomas. B. Smyllie Jr., minister Church School, 9:30 a.m. Holy Communion and Sermon, 11 n.m. ' . LAKE STWESF^liETIIODISX Bates Jilurrty, pastor .'. Church School] 9:50 a.m. Iverson Morris, supt. '.. . r ,, , , Morning Worship,. 1 "Starting the Day with Confidence", pastor's .subject. - . .", Youth Fellowship Groups, 0:30 p.m. . Evening .Worship, 1:30 p.m.."Trust High r CHURCH OF t'HK N'AKAKENE IY W. Nush, pastor Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship, 10:50 a.m. Pastor will preach. Service for Young People, 7 p.m. Evening Service, 7:45 p.m. Pastor will preach. '. Wednesday, 7:45 p.m. Mid-week- prayer meeting. Alt services are temporarily being held in the Armory building. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH E. C. Brown, pastor "Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. P. J. Deer, supt. Morning worship, 10:50 a.m. Women's Chorus, "The Pilgrims Journey." . Sermon by Di\ W. L. Howse. B. T. O., C:30 p.m. R. L. Sherlck, director. Evening Worship, 7:30 p.m. Duct. Mrs. Richard Jones and Miss Frances Shousc. Sermon by -pastor. Wednesday, C:15 p.m. S. S. Teachers and Officers Council Slipper. 'Irst Baptist-Church next,'',!. Nl'dHIy sessions will be' held Monday through Thursday, begin- lins at 7 o'clock, and while the "oursc is Intended primarily for Sunday School teachers and officers of the church, an Invitation Is snw'the'piarie extended to the public to attend i nr O f the 1 crash off Kn, n bech annmmcet) FIT , ' ;>t "• a Board.of Stewards,.Tuesday night Pra . ver ome, 7:30 p.m. and pholr Prac- Lylerlev was a uriner ra . ver ee "B and pholr Prac- and hU Tnlan P crashed Ucc ' Wc " lles<l «y night, 1:30 o'clock. ' hese classes, the Rev. E. C. Brown, rastor of the church stated today. ash and rce of the bodies. The young man enlisted a year Baptist ioiivcntlon, is the author of anum- aer of books and is in great demand is n speaker nnd director of Sunday School enlargement campaigns. Sudan grass, artificially dried nnd cut when 12 to 15 Inches tall, for alfalfa for hogs, according to [ Successful Farming magazine. Osceola -Personal Mr. and: t,frs. Ed Blake have had as their . guests this week their daughter and son-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. H. G. DIxon 01 Mobile, Ala. Mrs. P.•;J. Semmes had as her nmnksglyihg guests Mr. and Mrs. • CHURCH NEWS FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Harvey T. Kidd, minister . Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Vesper Service, 5 p.m. Pioneers, 6:45 p.m. Cub Scouts at church Thursday light, 8 o'clock. FIRST METIIOniST CHURCH S. B. Wilford, pastor Church School, 9:45 n.m. U. S. Branson, supt. Morning Worship, 10:55 a.m. Junior Fellowship, 1 p.m. Evening Worship, 7;30 p.m. Members of the Wesleyari Service Guild will meet at the church Tuesday at 7:30 p.m:, and go to the iiomc of Mrs. Shields Edwards for the business and social meeting. Choir rehearsal, Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. ' J. M. Sc'mmes of Baton Rouge, La., Miss Mary ' Semmes, Mrs. Anna Semmes i Uzzcll and Miss Pauline Uxzcll -of .Memphis, Mrs. Mary S. Marlln{of Mellwood, Ark., and Miss •'here he has.'accepted n\ position Dora Lcwlii .of Memphis. •s field engineer.-for, tlie'i.-.Rny-' Mrs. Edith Meredith left Tues- ''ron Mnmifactuflns Company. day night : for New York to begin , Mr. and Mrs. Earl McGregor,.left her training as n WAVE, -day for Bopncvllle, Ark.l ..-jvhere Billy .Alexander, who is attending 'ie will-undergo H checkup at'-the Morris ,'S.chbol at Searcy, Ark., Is •osultal there. .- . : '•'. spending-the Thanksgiving holidays j Pvt. Herbert-'W. Richardson', who here with his parents, Mr. nnd Mrs., i staUoned at- Cnmp Shelby, Miss., W. V.;Alexander nnd family. ': fnendin* a brief furlough here MffcJ;' C. Scurlock has returned froiftf: 1 : Memphis Baptist Hospital Prayer meeting, 7:30 p.m. Choir rehearsal, 8:15 p.m. , BAPTIST CIIAI'EL Lily Street Sunday School, 9:30 a.m. Russell Biuigh, supt. B.-T.'-U., 6:15 p.m. Mis. Sarah Frances Rowland, director. • FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOlV CHURCH . L. C. Ramsey, pastor Sunday School, 9:45 ajn. Morning'Worship, 11 a.m. Radio broadcast from' church, 2 p.m. Christs Ambassadors, 6:30 p.m. Women's Missionary Council, 6:30 p.m. Evangelistic Message, 7:30 p.m. ' Special songs and music. Services every Tuesday and .Friday nights, 7:45 o'clock. . -,.. Continuous Shim* Everj Day Boi Offic* Opens 1 :*i5 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN IO KLUll • ftJB. 12:49 i:i* Saturday Initial Club Meets i Mrs; Lane - Nowell, entertaining nando, Miss. The bvidc wore a suit of green basketball team. Besides being active in all exti currlculnr actlvllies; she rank high in scholastic work. Steele News Mr. nnd Mrs, George Durham nr wool with accessories of a. harmonizing- shade of brown, members of the Initial Club yester- '• **r. and Mrs Williams now are day afternoon'at her home for an milkln 8 lhc . lr llo ' llc in; Memphis „„„. ^^ „. nfternoon of bunco, niso was hos- wne ." ; llc ls employed m defense fnmily went to St.-Louis Sumla te«s to three other guests, Mrs. vorK - where Mrs. Durhnnv nnd thc chl 1 Charles Graves, Mrs Shorly Rec- ~~ ~ '• — , di-en left by train for Bristol, Calif tor ana Mrs J E Guntcr /\t Trie Hosnitals Sor n " extended visit with relatlver 1 Dr. and Mrs. W. J. Hodge o' j Owcnsboro, Ky., nre visiting for s'ev ,eral weeks In the home of Mr. anc Mrs. Walter Michle. Bunco prize was won by Mrs. Rector, hi?h' by "Mrs. "Jack Marsh and hw" by Mrs. Ndsrell. Ailn>Itted: A snndwleh plate" with coffee was served. v » » G N.B. Club Entertained ? Mrs. Byron Nail:-received bunco pilre, Mrs! John Brillhart high score prize and Mrs. Robert Weedman low score prize/last night when Mrs. H C. Blankenship-entertained members of the G. N. B. Olub'at'her home. ,, A sandwich plate with iced 'Jrinks was served, •it;'* • ' Atkinsons ,Have A L^ Dr. andvMrs. Gean Atkinson arc the parents of a son born Ihls morning aft Blythevllle Hospital. Tne baby, their ti.rU child, has been named Gean Brooks Atkinson. Miss Gertrude Woods' of Pafa- ould is spending a', week here as Mrs. Katie Pace has returned to test of her sister, Mrs. Roy Thorn- her home here after having been i nnd family!, - ' employed in Memphis for thc past Pvt. Calvin Dortch, who is sta- several months. : oncd ut Camp'Robinson, Ark., 1st Mis. Coiinnc Scone left this week sending his furlough here with his' (or Dixon, Ky., for an indefinite arents, Mr. and Mrs. Ira'.Dortch. visit with relatives. Blytlicvlllc Jlns-pilal Mrs. Gene'B'ranscinn, clly. J. O. Kolwyck', city. Mrs. Blanche Cullom, city. P.Trn to Dr. and Mrs. Gcnn S. Atkinson, a son, this morning. Dismissed: Mrs. D. J. Geiirin, city. Walls Hospital Admitted: Charles Moore, Huffman. Clarence Johnson, Armovel. Dr. nnd Mrs. G. W. Rlnelnml returned home Thursday night from Syracuse, N. Y., where they have been visiting his parents. Bill Robblns has returned to Columbia, Mo., where he Is a student at the University, after spending the Thanksgiving holidays here with his parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. il. Robblns. Casualties arriving at ports nnd requiring i' group .transportation by ^rail in pullman: cars "have been numbering abo.ut 9,000 a month hi addition to 3,000 moved by air. COLD WEATHER SERVICE —We install AUTO GLASS, new FF.OOU MATS ;ind SEAT COVERS, and HKPAIR and KKPLACE WORN TOPS! F. B. JOYNER Corner Second A Ash Sis. SERVICE STAT1 ON I'liono 2611 Make Your Selections KMOW— E OUR LAYAWAY PLAN '25 Years' Continuous Service" MARGARET'S BEApTY SHOP > IM Sk '-FIRST. Phone 2S32 Bring Us Your Beauty Problems MODERN EQUIPMENT EXPERT BEAUTICIANS. NOTICE TO PROPERTY OWNERS Termites may h« ruining ynnr properly. Cull rv* fo. rhtrJt-up without cost or obligation. &AT8. MICK AND ROACH OONTROl GUARANTKED WORK H. C. BI.ANKENSH1P Rim* UK Recapping GIFTS DISTINCTION — «'» Sm»H (o Shop At— The Gift Shop MOSS BRYAN and Vulcanizing * * ADD LIFE TO YOUR TIftES ; HODINGER-POEIZ*T1RE Hwy. 1] North Phone 2201 What ii Wearing Apparel Should Be Rationed? JL Could your wardrobe "take it" if apparel rationing should be instituted sis a wartime measure? Such a possibility should make yo\\ stop nnd Uiink about the care of your clothes. Frequent dry cleaning by our scientific methods assures long woman d kee)is apparel looking its best. .Check over your wardrobe today and send us your dry cleaning. FOR BETTER LAUNDRY FOR BKTTKK DRY CLEANING SPEAM til/NDKY Hear Benno RAB1HOFF ' ' '•• ' '-~T. ' and his accompanist, Sylvia Smith, in a VIOtIN iHCEl of the High School Aydiiorip B/yt/ievi/7e Monday, Dec. 4tfa, 8:75 p.m. ADMISSION: (AH Taxes Included) Sponsored by Blythevifle High School Glee Club and Band 1.22 61 c Serial: I'BlacU Arrow" 5 and short Cob. Showing Saf'day 1:00 to 11:31 Sunday & Monday They Met...Married...Honey-^ m'ooned... On A Four-Day Furlough! J. LOUIS CHERRY NEW YORK UFE'INSURANCE co. Ue, Ark. AETNA LIFE & ACCIDENT INSURANCE CO. i. H. FORD, Representative 200 Lynch Bldg. SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS, properly designed, are remembered always. Our flowers are always fresh, and oil work is guaranteed, to please. Let our expert leslgners help you with your floral needs. : • FLOWER SHOP PEL. 4«1 F.TJJ. Serrtc* i , We Deliver Anywher* Hn. J. M. (MM) Wllllamn, owner Olencoe Bld|. Planters Hdw. home of '••; • ^ SHERWIN-WILLIAMS PAINT DE LAVAL MILKERS and SEPARATORS GOULD'S ELECTRIC WATER PUMPS U. S. 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