The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 11, 1946 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, May 11, 1946
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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, MAY 11, 1940 At Dio«r L«* > « Honored was the lafi night the'"" ' " (or members of Blythe- •entor claac. Club 28 Supper Dance Is Last Night At Hut Hosts I • .'and • for Hie monthly 'supper dance of' Club 28 ictc Witt Meet in Miami MIAMI, Fla., May II. Ot^en tn the school lunch room, •-••*•-'• tad the protrun typl- blei on the center of the three ta- (UP)— . ._,...„ _ - _ - Committee meeting preliminary to wer e Mr.'.and Mrs. Mfyer Oraber, the Southern Bnptlst convention Mr. and Mrs. E. M, Regenold and «nd Die . annual meeting of tlic Mr! »>V| Mrs. J. P. Lend. ^Women's Missionary Union wei'C Setting for ili« affair was The. held today, as the vanguard of scv- Hut, decorated with bouquets i»f eral lliousinid churcli members rows. I an Jve<i here. Guests Included Mr. and Mrs. Max I The WMU meetings begin to pen cut-out ficnres of cowboys B. Login , Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Wet- ) morrow, and the Southern Rnptlsl their hones with their Unaus, ' enkamp, Mr. nnd Mrs. John Can- Convention opens Us centennial ses c»ni» 100th aiinl- -,.j tBto the corral Place dill, Mr. and, Mrs. Jerry Poe, Mr. |slons Wednesday. Tile i^lpfinted profrwms also and Mrs. James Roy, .Ernest Hoc, vcrsai'y ot the convention was n'ot- it *he Western theme iMr. and Mrs. Ed .William, Col. and ed last year, but no convention wuu ' tJ» evening was a convei- Mrs. Ted Eisom of. Little Rock, held because of war restrictions sattaji between three "cooks" In a houseguests uf. Mr. and.Mrs. Earl We»r*a» niyh -house which turned Buckley, and Mr. »nd Mrs. William out ., T» tbeiig role in VtM-fcrnryh »~aiaJu," » lor Ib* aenVus , McMass of Gilder, houseguests or 'ho weVe'dreaaad for , Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Itagenold: lone ,blaclc dretaes, Return After Trip Mrs. Bernard A. Oooch and Mrs. O. W. MeCutchen returned home last night alter a 10-day trip, during which tune they went to the Kentucky Derby at Louisville, inec Miss Margaret Truman at Shelby- vllle, Ky., and relatives In Evans-'. program. Bits of News Will Be Speaker Mr. itnd Mrs. George Shanks had ns their guest* this week her brothers, Lieut, carl Hughes, and Mrt. Hughes, of Spokane, Wash., and Wilson Hughes, and* Mrs. Hughe*, of St. .lames, Mo. Also Jtuests were Mrs. Wilson hughes parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Lawn, also of St. James. This wa* the first time the two biothers had seen ««cii other In service, six years. Both were In Motiatr Hubbard fashion, with their haJrftn tfcht roUf en top of their head, snuff and brushes, were Mrs Ruajfll Fan, Mrs T. W. Jefleries and Airs. Joe Trteschmann Mrs TrtrtehmajMi'was Che' "fat cook " and nun^om pillows tn proper pla«s gav^toer that appearance A«»lrli' quartet was niade up of FraAes Sfcouae, Joyce Damon. Vlr- j T in e ; i^., in(i st. Louis, i gtnitSwearengen and Betty Wood- Al shelbyvllle they were guests' son S They sane'. iThe' Old Gray 1 O f Mrs. H. D. Martin and ,attend«l Mam" substituting *HS lor the several social affairs. They were grmy%n»e Another number -was "My, g ue«t« of Miss Truman a brief ru««r<tu>. «. !,,__ _,-— with Mayor and Mrs. Bond Festival Begins FAYETTEVILLE, Arlc,, May ll.| Guests of Mrs. Byron Mone bavn (UP)—The annual Northwest Ar- returned to their homes In Little kansas Band and Orchestra Fcsll- Hock. Having come for the luncheon val began here today with between she gnvc Thursday, they.were Mrs. 200 and 300 musicians participating. John Tucker, Mrs. Lawson Detouey. Scheduled to take part were two Mrs. Clyde Lewis and Mrs. Hamll- or more bands from Fayettevlllo, ion Moses. Oravette. Rogers, Silonm Spi Ings | Mrs. John Tyrone and children and Rogers High School. A march- will return Sunday night -from Ing tontest featured the afternoon Sikcston. Mo., where she has been this week with her mother-in-law Mrs. J. L, Tyrone. With her have been two sons, Jimmy and Darid nnd she will be joined tomorrow morning by another son, HUfto, nnd Mr. and Mrs. El«ue Tyrone. kj- w " ew ' OONWAY, Aik.; Mfiy (UP>— Beginning next Saturday, Conway Finer nuUBYTCUAN CHURCH Harvey T. Ktdd, ninMer Sunday School, 9:46 a.m. Morning Worishlp, 11 a.m. Anthem, "Let Not Your Heart Be Trouble" and a duet, /Abide With Me" by Ross Stevens and Ray Worthing ton. WEDNESDAY 'Prayer meeting, 7:30 p.m. Choice rehearsal. 8:10 p.m. CALVAHY BAPTIST CHURCH P. H. fernlfan, paatM- Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. » Morning Worship, 10:55 a.m. Training Union, 6:30 pm, Evening Worship, 7:30 p.m. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH R. ,S. Baird, pastor Church School, 0:45 am. Morning Worship, 10:55 a.m. Christian Youth Fellowship, p.m. Evening Fellowship, with religious notion pictures, 7:30 p.m. Dr. Edgar Williamson, secretary for the Department of Religious Education for Arkaoaac, will speak to- mepro* at morntnc and evening aervices at Plr»t Baptist Church hew. ' , Parker to Graduate ' 'Name of Dick Parker, L member of (the graduating class of Wilson High School, was omitted in yesterday's story ot -school Baccalaureate services and commencement exercises Mr. Parker Is n veteran of World War II and Lhi. inly other'veteran In the class is Cecil Coburn. . I '"!"• KJUiJJC \\H.ll JX1«TU1 »JIU I1A> u. in u j , , L , f , "The Ldst.Mehi Miller. Mliss truman was In wl" be served by two banks for the !-np" 'and "Sioux Crty Sue " shelbwllle looking up records o! ""' tlme si "f e 1933 - Thomas G. were Harry Fair. Chester Family ancestors. , Wilson, executive vice-president, an- CaKfcell, Ben Lancashire and FraWc i At "Eyansvllle, where they visited NicMaon | en ro ute to LouUvllle, they were A*ther Teatnre of the evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hiram was^ rope stunt and contest con-.Cockran and en route home they " ' ,._•»)«» .Taylor. Win-.were guests in St. Louis H Mrs. M*ry Sue Berryman and Gooch's nephew, Murray Phillips BetSrWBfe 'Harrington A£n- UK ttunt, Mr Taylor told a sttpv of the wHd Wert, wtth guests the story as ite related It entire (nmp sang "Rome on nte" The welcoming address -was given by Mrs Marion WlHtams and Mr noiinced today the opening May 18 of the First State Bank of Conway. State Sen. Wllliftm D. Ketclic- sidc Is president of the new bank which -will be housed In the remodeled City Hnll building. B nU Mrs. Phillips. Farm Extension Workers Confer in Jonesboro , Attending a district extension agents' conference Thursday tn Rua$U Bartiam, PTA president, I Jonesboro were Miss Cora Lee gavai^a brief closrng speech jcoleman. home demonatfatlon GwMts other than seniors were agent of North Mississippi County; MiagRoBB M Hardy, Mr and Mis. Keith Bllbrey, agricultural ugent W. K. NichoUon, Mitt Effie Lee Ter- ' of North Mississippi County, ano reU,-*Oss Prances Bowen and. Miss his assistant, W. o: Hazelb'aker. LudJ B wilhehn 'Conference Delegates TJ. S. Branson, Church School, superintendent, Harvey Morris, charge lord, pastor, will be delegates from First Methodist Church for the _ solemniced —^— ', Bunday altemoen, 2 o'clock, at lAke Street M^hodlst Church wHn Cfce Rev Bates Sturdy, pastor, of dialing • • • B$th • Miss" Pafford and her bridegroom-elect are members of BljrtberiUe ;Hlgh School graduating clasf ' r Mii. Blomeyer Elected Wdraanx Q»\> -President J*s 'E F. Bkxneyer was elected presjdent.of .the .Woman's Club a a b^usioesft' meeting and luncheon yesterday, at.Uie Club-house Other ittfficers elected were Mrs Rusietl > Baurham,, first vice pros! dent;" Mrs!. O.' E. Knudsen, second Ttiiort, 150* Hie engagement Mary Jen- District Conference Tuesday In Kci- Mehard A.- ^ r These men art automatically dele ites by virtue of their office. Th< onference will begin at 9:30 i\. m MCCS' president; secmary; Mrs Mrs. George Lee Paul Pryor. treas urer| and .Mrs. J. y Dates, asslstan treasurer. "' ' ' The Board of Trustees will con sist fof Mrs Charlfs Raj- Newcomb Mrs. V G Holland, Mrs J D Barksdate, Mrs J A Sallba imi' MrsJ r L. Husband, -' Arrangements o* 'hydrangeas and rc«^ decorated v the, cluo-house ?Tp«t»jj^5 tor the occasion Jw Mri Russell Birham. and Mrs. C lowe. Mre. Morse Hostess With Bridge Luncheon ; Al The Hospital* Walls Hospital Admitted: Robert Van Hooser. city. Donald Trammel, Lopanto. Dismissed: R. L. Pnync. Rt. 2, city. Mrs. E. O. Arinrns. city. Blythevlllc Hospital Admitted: Junnlla Webb. city. Mr*. Put Dasplicrry, city. Dismissed: Mrs. Thurmtin WIggs, Holland Mo. Memphis Baptist llnsjillal Admitted: Esther, Lcpnnto, Ark. .H. L Stakes, Kennett, Mo. Mrmphis Methodist Admitted: Mrs. A. A. Ark. The entire group will spend Mother's Day with Mrs. J. L. Tyrone. Mr. nnd Mrs. H. C. Blanken&hlp nnd children will spend tomorrow at Redfoot Lake and In DyerSbUfg •visiting relatives. ' • . •:' Mrs. Mildred English Is spend- Ing the weekend here with her pnrcntii, Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Muir, 205 East Davis. She plans to 1 return Tuesday to St. Louis, where she Is employed. Mrs. George Stllwell and daughter, George Ann. spent Thursday In Memphis. Miss Suzannn Caldwell of Osceola wns In Blythevllle today as giiesl of her brother, Clint Caldwell, and Mrs. Cnldwell. Mrs. Jumes Hill Jr., who Is In Boston for ,an operation, will b? In the hospital eight we'eks, attei the operation Tuesday, she ha: Informed friends here. Her addres is Room 214, Phillips House, Mast nchusetts aeheral Hospital, Bos ton. FIRST CHURCH OF THK NA7ARENK F. W. Nash, pastor Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Young peoples meeting, 0:30 P.m Evangelistic services, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday prayer services, 7:3'J o'clock. FULL GOSPEL TABERNACLE M. l>. Mubfy. pastor Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Young people. 6:45 p.m. Evening Worship, 7:30 p.m. ASSEMBLY OT GOD CHURCH , L. c. Ramaey, putar Sunday School, 8:45 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Christ Ambassador services, 6:30 m. Children's church, 6:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service, 7:30 p.m. CHURCH OF tut; IMMACULATE CONCEPTION Kev. B. Francis Mel>evilt, pasUr Kev. Paul Btajaraki, assistant puslur Sunday Masses, 7:30 and 10:30 Weekday Masses, 8 p.m. Novena'-to Our Sorrowful Molhev, Friday, 1 p.m. Temple lirlfl Dr. Alfred Vise, Kabbi . ' \V«*B'K Club . • Sundny School, 2 p.m. Services and special program for Mother's Day. 3 p.m. Social Hour, 4 p.m. YARBRO MKTHODIST CHURCH Kay L. Mcl.ester, pastor Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morning Service, 11 a.m. PROMISED LAND MKTHODIST CHURCH Ray L. Mcl*ster, pa.slor Church School, 10 a.m. Evening Service, 7:30 p.m. Youth Fellowship, 6:30 p.m. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH S. B. Wllford, pwtor Church, School, »:*5 a.m. Morning Worship, 10:55 am. Intermediate Fellowship, 6:30 p.m. Evening Service, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday night choir rehearsal. I • — ^~— FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH E. C. Brown, pastor Sunday school, 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship, 10:55 a.m. ChoU' anthem, "The Awakening Chorus." Training union, 7 p.m. Worship Service, 8 p.m. LAKE STREET METHODIST CHURCH Kates Sturdy, uaslor Church School. 9:50 am. Morning Worship. 10:45 a.m. Youth Fellowship, 0:45 p.m. Evening Worship, 1:45 p.m. Hoard of Education, Tuesday, 7:45 p.m. The Beauty Nook 111 No. First Phone 894 Helen Luster Isabel Farbtu ••••••••••••••••••a* FLAT LAKE METHODIST CHURCH Kay I/. Mel.ester, ]>aslur Sunday School, 10 a.m. CHURCH NEWS Rend Courier News Want A«s. 1;J26. ST. MATTHEWS CHURCH OSCEOLA Rev. B. Francis McDevltt, pastor Bev. Fail Uujanki, asaisUiut pastor .'Siindy Masses, 9 p.m. • CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES Woman's Clubhouse, 1416. W. Main Adam ana Fallen "Man" is the subject of Ihe Lesson-Sermon which will be read In all Churclws and Societies of the Church of Christ, Scientist, -on Sunday. The Golden Text Is: "As i» Adam nil die, even so in .Christ shall nil be made nlive." I Corinthians 15:22. Among the citations which comprise the Lesson-Sermon Is the following from' the Bible: "And God said,- Lei us make mnn in our image, after our likeness." Genesis Special Sunday Dinner Fried Chicken dnd'Cream Gravy, with fresh Lima Beans, Choice of Sweet Potatoes or Snow Flake Potatoes, Combination Salad, Peach Cobbler, Milk or Coffee and Hot Ro1|s and BUTTER. 75* )ICK'S CAFE $25 Reward for information enabling me to secure a 6 or 7 room unfurnished house. Contact E. V. (Buck) Tomlinson Phone 2335 — 119 East Ash LUCY McADAMS Consultant for LUZIER'S Pine Cosmetics 317 West Main St. Phone 3171 vents 'MONDAY Woman's. Society of Christian Service of First Methodist Church meeting (it the church, 2:30 o'clock, r program meeting. Woman's Missionary Society of First Baptist Church meeting in ilrcle groups. Circle One meeting with-Mrs/Key. Hunt, 918 Ash: Circle Two with Mrs. J. U Terrell, 701 Walnut; Circle Three with Mrs. R. G. Cnsh, Luniernte, and Circle Five, Mrs. E. TJ. <Hale at Armorel. Woman's Council of First Christian Church meeting In groups, Pal' h Group with Mrs. John Durham; Hope Group'with Mrs. J. L. Ash- cti\ft t\nd Lovfc Group with MIB. Albert Taylor. Woman's Auxiliary of First Presbyterian Church meeting in circle groups. Circle One meets with Mrs. Gene Brndley. Mrs. B. C, Bniley. co-hostess: Circle Two with Mrs. L. S. Hartzog; Circle Three with Mrs. W. C. Cates, Mrs. Leslie Hoop- ef, co-hostess; Circle Four with Miss Bess Hall, Mrs. H. G. Wickham, BO- hostess. Miss Betty Kincaid ^hostess to Yming Women's Association nt her home on Lrike Street. Mrs. John F. Fields hostess to G. E. 6. Club. the guests at the bridge Vun«r<e<«VK gWen TfcursJay bv Mvs. Byrtm Morse «t her home, 116 East Kei^tacli^r, Tfere fe«r Irom out-of- town. 1»eise were Mrs John Tucker, Mr*. LJLWSDU Detony, Mrs Clyde LeVls ami Mrs Hahiilton Moms, *n«f ma* Rock Other, guests tneruded members of the TTKtrMs} Ch* and Mrs. Hnrry Forming.- a background for thb git^ip w4R ftaral afTanajeinerrts ol varied s^nOet <* mes, Jiydrnngen . ulilit irtoes, tfaMes »nd gladioli. ^Baiii %rMge was 'played during tin afterbeen, prtik for out-of-town fciiejb wAat to Itn Tocker •Vi igoff* 'pTtte for «ther plirwirs went to IBJS'-e B O«e, «nd second to ips K^wf ' I - ' Piano, Present Sslin- Recital for LUZIERS Fine Cosmetics Cril Miss Francis Jonea William Conrad Roeiitgen ells- covered the X-rny on Nove.mbei 8, 1895. REPLACED We hnve Just installed the latest ninchliie to make Keys. And we carry » complete stork ol blanks. When you need tm extra Key, see us. BLAN HEATH Auto & Home Supply Phone 828 419 W. Main HAYS IMPLEMENT CO. ZOO E. Main, Wyfhevllle, SALES AND J. I. CASE Just Received a Shipment of CASE HAMMER {FEED MILLS Fhone 20«1 VICE OF UIPMENT 8 Inch $105; 10 Inch $129.50 ' Approved DDT Residual Spraying Blytheville Insecticide Co. Harold Wright, Mgr. Phone 558 907 E. Cherry 4 For River-Washed J.LOUIS CHERRY Bcprewntinc Hew York Life Insurance Co. SAND and GRAVEL Phone 965 We Also Sell Good Black Sandy Loom and Dirt for Fills LARK1N SERVICE STATION Al*. 219 East Main St. K. M. I.arkin Hulen 'Hultnes Wher* Your Flowwt Ar^r-Vou Ate! One call to us wiH wrarige to hav« your reroembrancea swrt, 'not just once, but month after naontK. Ask about this plan. ™£_FLO JFEft SHOP Fh. 4*1* M«."j. M. (MM) THE BEAUTY CUNIC M«rK«ret Deen Smith, Owner Bld«. . Fb*ne SZli For th« Hext Few Weeks Reinmlller's Cafe will be *»».i ***«- •S*?* 1 . 'Mephaa wUX prc- amt ttet.^faaeaU in a piano and vMki KClua ««»jgnw«r «n«moon. .1 o'clock-, to obserraDce of Mother's „ OBJU_. at Ftnt Closed on Sundays Ordinary Storage JUST WON'T DO! T«'B«tW|wte Me Dons Bean. La Title Bmett, Ddon Bryc-, Be .Craaefa, lf«rj Uw and Clo- O^aett, MB. L*cr oordoci, HcUMMt Mwtte Qlnbeth Muy Lan Jafner, Harion jttncy Jtottow and Mrs tOtti WitXen X Invited. - I & •<fi-S -ft ' **.$*- 24-kr. Service TAXI!! Call Our Ice Cold Storage Insures Protection! Our certified cold storMJt niters the utmost, in care for your furs, and assarts perfect protection against mollis. flre and Uwtt. Bctorc your K«i:mer>t ** put in storage, ft is csrcfirtly inspected and a coni\ilctc report Is furnished you. Bet-ause our slorage vaults art oh our own premises, It Is possible to give Immediate delivery next fall.. We also recommend storage for your tiir-trimmcd coat, all-wool garments and blankets. BLYTHEVILLE LAUNDRY DRY C«AN»NG - FUR STORAGE Phone 418 210-21 f. South Second Moke complicorted record keeping «osier with the properly ruled ledger sheet Let us show you the sheet YOU need. . Don Edwards "7he Typewriter Mmn" "If It Is Office Supplies We Have It" US N. 2nd Street PHONE 3382 Coatmooui Show* Even Day Box Office Opens I:4» Show SlarU 2:» LOfTKH TO KICM »-** «-•> 1»r« n.m «:«• I Red River Valley with Gene Aulry Serial: "Koyal Mounted" No. 12 and Shnrt Cont'd Shows Sat. U:30 to 11:3* Sunday and Monday Tars and Spars with Alfred Drake and Janet Blair I'ira mount News O<intinnot» sh Selected Sh«rt tng l:15-ll:»t COMING SOON TO THK KITZ: AmT.NTURE with'Clark Cable « Grecr G»nwn MY REPUTATION with Barlul*, Stanwyck & George Brent i KITTY with Paulette Goddard * Rny Milland M»Uami Bat. * 8am. <M Office Open* «:M; Stow 4:45 r. M. E»<* EniitBt ^en Sntor 1^»; Blwta *DthiMu Show» S»l. mot -[U> N'iflit Every NIcM J !«• Cisco Kid Returns with Ikwncon KeoitMo Serial "Who's Gwilly" No. 1 and Short Conl'd Shows Sat. 12 :J* l« 11:M Sunday «nd Monday Two Girls and a Sailor with Jimmy Darmnte A Van Muuwi Tn Newm and Seteeted MMrt

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