The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on December 23, 1944 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, December 23, 1944
Page 2
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: _ PAGE TWO BLYTHEV1LLE COURIER NEWS Coming Events 'TUESDAY : Mrs. Fanner England entertaining Lri-Neuve'Bridge Club. WEDNESDAT Town snd Cwntey Club meeting with Mr*. C. C. Laingston. Octillion Club having. Informal dance at American Legion Hut. THURSDAY Octette Luncheon Club meeting with Mrs; Edwin Robinson.. Mrs. Lloyd StJckmoh entertaining Tuesday; Bildje Club. Mid-Week Club meeting with Mrs. Aubrey Conway, FRIDAY a. N. B. Club meeting with Mrs. Norvel Humphrey. Mre. W. C.--Coliton'entertaining Initial Club. , Holiday Parties Planned Fov-GKh'stmasiWeekerid : ; '- • • • ' • ' • ~ "' "CHRISTMAS PRAYER"" By Robert Duncan * )EAR LORD, my prayer ' ls 9oina to be a different sort Th.s year; lost Christmas time I was Just a lirHegirl. This year I'm five Instead o< asking for A whole big bunch of toys I And pretty things to wear \>rn going to humbly pray' JThot you'll bring Daddy back to me. iYouaee, I didn't understand before i That he was goir~ *-• between o'clock/ ' the . hours of 4 and 7 ' ' .. .. . ,.. . . . ; 'ChrUtmas 'rnorning,' Mr. and Mrs. . G. Lil -' Mrs. Byrum Entertains Mrs. Paul Byrum was hostess ycs- A. G. Little again will- be hosts to tcrday at ft Christmas luncheon arid a friends'when they bridge pnrty when ehe entertained ho!d "open,house".-at; their ,coun- members of the c. B. c. club and n trv-hwntv "Pflfrfl#lric" v.r'.TnoM \hn Inter 1 nnm}uir nt nA^m~~-i i - --„-.!, and stay a long, long rime But now I know why Mother's sad Ana why the star .Is hanging in the window. i m live, and understand. And so, dear Lord; since yoi . ... .. ... t , „ , Ana Santa Clous can't Plansvfor the. Christmas;holiday weekend' • 'this-yearUnclude , several 'small,-', inforshal .affillrs.'-with ;,',two larger'.partlesi planned' for' Chist- ,•>, H ,1 , . -, . .. -•--. ..... jiui mas Eye\aHernobhV.and-Christinas '.f, Dell " encnr i become ,. j morning.',',I..:-;;'.,:.;..*'.-, ,.-. .' , ^'neone and only star at Christmas time? '< : Mr. ahd-Mrsr : Jcs6«e. stilt will en- Amen. • ... . >"nos timer', tertain .tomorrow; afternoon at Ho'- ~ tel 'Noble with',an, "open house". Friends have' 'tween invited to call try home, T^fieloV'.'r.i-'-wrrn the hours ol 10' and 12- o'ci •; J: Tills party has'becbtne an ;affalr : ;. viad forward to from year to year, when friends, gnlher, to'exchange- the _~. -e-^^—x^, and to'welcome out-of-town rfcitora here, : for ' the holidays. 1 ; : : ,•• ; •• Pamily' minions" and quiet "at, homes" will', be .'the'program In a great many hbmei of the city, with friends dropping In'throughout the weekend to fpeiii a quiet ', hour in converMtton .«nd informal entertainment. -.. ', ..' ' '.-. .. •'.'•' .-. « : i'""'; . Holiday^ Darite;Is.Giyen. • Last iNight; Av : C3ubKoiise — — ^,, U * MU um.1 n _ number .of additional guests Tho Byrum country home on Highway 61 South' wns attractirely decorated with bright- polnscttins sprnys of holly and 'greenery and red .Christmas'candles. A two course luncheon »aa served nt the dining tnble.and later bridge was played in the living roam. HlRh score prize was won by Mrs. J D Smith, second high by Mrs. o] O EJkins and Moore. . bridgo by Mrs. S.S. Glass Party Given CHURCH NEWS , "o". ••"•.r~r~"?r. ., •• , Nazonne .were entertained with a Approilmateri TO of tit teen age Christmas party last night at the •oup, Including, a/nujnotr-61 put- homc of Freddie Oarner on Syca- 'rto*n.visitors:.'aHpnrf»H *>io ^nr^/,0 more Street. BrOUp, u»u. HU^M^.. iv. iimiJUw. m yufc- - ofrtown.visitor^.attended the dance morE Street. r '£iven"last nlght''at. the -Country Oames'were played under the di- Club;whcn &-B. Qee jr.,-aii<lBbb- region O f tlle class tencheri Mn) b}'Klrshner were hpste.: . ^° n McLean and later gifts were The main ballfcoin ol. the dub- exchanged from the lighted Christ- house .had-teen^tnuisrormed into m« tree. a Christmai..»eUlnK.for Uie dance, Refreshments of anndwichcs pon- with. traditional decoTallons of corn balls nnd iced drinks greenery, intenningled with silvery served. icicles. Christmas! confetti- was used to add an-additional note of'gaiety to.the.scene. iL -''-..'':, ,•••*•• ,, • -Cookies;and ed throughout.Vthe evening'as the^ children.danctil.';.t. V;;.,';.. \>. "•> .Chaperoiies j 'for' the^n fiair'4 we'r'e : At Thp; Hospital.* . Dlythcville Ilospllal 'AclniJUcil: ' " ; : >Jrs..'M.',E.,.Lasher, city, ! '.' /Born, to Jtr. nnd; Mrs! Hnu-y' Mo., a eon this . •.• viiBijnuuesj'ior .cne.nfiair.-vwere /uorn, to sir Mr. and *Trs:'', : Mr;V fln d'..]vi rs ..ij ••Hjhl;'' Holland I-. 1 Kir6hner;Mrs.K:B;:pplashnicfc morning •• ' . nnd Mrs. Ben'Vlnyard; both or Cape'•DiJmissed: Wrardeau,-Mt>.;.ahd'Mrs:.-Hernioni U'M 'city ;^^;toyAv:^;- ; in* l ded,% d a- !s Metkoills ' Hospltal ^^S^ln^^a-y *'*"*' ^"-me, Mo. White, Jane-A'dams,-j-rank Willianl -and Jimmy, Gwaltney, :i all 6f, Osceola. . . j j.'i ••-•-• ' •• '•: Approximately three tons,of slcol Rre... used In making one 'heavy bomber. • FIRST METHODIST CHURCH 8. a, Wllfonl, pusloii Church School, 9:45 a. m. U. S. BrJinson, siipt. Morning Worship, 10:55 n. m. Duct, "Hark, Hnrfc My soul", Shelley, aim't' by Mrs. George M. Ue nnd Mrn. w. O. Anthony of Chicago, Hi. Christmas canlatti, 4pm. Choir Heheiu-sa], Wednesday 7:30 p. m. OP TIIE NAZARENE I'. W. Naih, pastor m Service tor Young People, 7 p. m Evening Service, 1.--15 p. m. Fustor will preach. Wednesday night, 7:45 o'clock, mid-week prayer meeting. AU services are temporarily bcin» held In the Armory Building. FIRST 'PEESBYTERIAN CHURCH Harvey T. Kidd, minister Sunday School; 9:45 n.-ni. Moliilng \Vorshlp, ] I n.' t n.- Christina's Program, 5 p.'m. Honeers, 6 p. m. ' ' WPDNESDAY. • ... Prayer meeting, 7;30 p. in. Choir RehearEftl, 8:15-p. m. I m FIRST 'CHRISTMN CHURCH K. S, -Galrd, minister Bible School, 9:45 «. in. ••Morning Wbrsln}viO:50 n. in. The Clhlslmar. • sermon will be "God's Invasion ,of itlic World". : Wedhesciay evening the-service nt V:30 o'clock will beqln a study of the Gospel ot St. Mark.' Everyone ia,invllcd to nUond llio services of tills church: ; Yes, this is Chrkshnaj-time — and we want to take Ihis opportunity'of extending to you the Season's Best wishes—a Merry. Merry Christmas and a Hap- :-py New Year. ; \-i. ' f , ^ . ' - '.- And we would feel thai something had been left undone were we to overlook this opportunity of thank- : for Hie business you have sent us in the past ;:Tour patronage has been very much appreciated — and we hope to serve you often in the future. St we say ''Merry Chri s tmas"-to you, and to yours,' :T-^ our smceresl wish will not come tru e unless ',•.'.'"3 wwgs;happmess to you, -S^V-y - r> -:'" - -Faithfully,' ' : KT. STEPHEN'S EPISCOPAI, CHURCH Thomas B. Smylhe Jr., rninlstw Holy Baptist and Clilidren's Party, 3 )>. m. Chrislinns Evo fojtivftl service oj the Holy Communion, 11 ;30 p. m. CAI/VARY EPISCOPAL CHtTlCH OSCEOLA Thomas B. Sniylhc Jr., minister 11 a. m. Morning Prayer nnd Ber- Jiion. Christmas Day, 8 a. m. Holy Communion and Sermon. YARBRO METHODIST QHURCH I). O. Hlmlman, pastor '"Sunday School, 10 a. m. ' ChrfstmitB Worship Service, 11 a m. W.S.C.S. will meet at the chuich 'llunsdny, 2 p. m, I'ltOMISKl) IANO METIfODIST qirtJRCH D. G. Illndjnan, pastor Sunday School,' ip. 1 a. m. •• Christinas Worship Service 7-30 P. m, •.'.'.; • .' , • • • W.S.C.S. will moet atUhe'church Tor ejection of "officers, Pilday at 2:30 p. m. .;; • •• , ,, day. The Golden Text, is: "The people Hint walked In darkness have seen a i'rcnt, llglil: they that dwell in SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23, 10'M uiion them hath the light shlned" Jsniali 3:2. Among the citations which comprise the Lesson-Sermon is the fol- ii.« i,,,,,i « /i . . »"•>•" "> i'uac me wesson-sermon is the fol- the land of the shadow of death, lowing from the Bible: "There was LAKE STREET METHODIST CHURCH. lutet, Stnrily, putor Church School, 9:60 a. m. Iverson Morris, supt. . ;•.•.. Morning Worship, 10:45, a. m. Sermon by pastor. . . i Youth Fellowship Groups, 6'30 P. m, ) • ' Evening Worship, 7:30 p. m. Program nnd Christmas tree:. This church goes to the Army-Air Field Tuesday, 1 ; p| m. Prayer meeting Wednesday, 7:30 FULL GOSPEL TABERNACLE Ira M. Bryce, pit tor Sunday School, 9:45 n. m.'Roy Handley, supt. . Morning Worship, n a . im . Christmas sermon by pastor. . . Special Christmas program, 7:30 p. m. . Public Is cordially Invited. ' CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES Woman's Clubhouse, U1C W. Main Christ Jesus is the subject of the Lesson-Sermon which will bo read n all Churches and Societies of the church of Christ, Scientist,- on Sun- given him dominion, and glory, and 1 7 '14 a kingdom, that all people, nations and languages, should serve him: his , s dominion Is an everlasting dominion which shall not pass away." Danie May this 1 Christmas be a season of goal cheer, friendliness, and hopes fijtfiHedJ May the unsuppressable mirth of eager- youngsters, the crackling warmth of the early Yule log, and the invigorating scent | of holly and pine, make this Yuletide a truly pleasureable one for you, your' families, and your friends.^ We wish to thanl{ yon for your patronage during the past year, art \ooJ( forward to pleasing you again in 1945. Happy ^ew fear to alf.f Feinberg's Fashion Shop An old fashioned Christmas is the best kind afler ail! Surrounded by family and friends you love, you can hove (he very besl lime! And the old'fashioned greeting is always best loo. To each and every one, our sinceresl wishes for a Merry Christmas, and for a New Year that will be rich in i|s slore of happy hours, reunited v/ilh loved ones. Believe in our sincerily, when we add I hal'whatever we can do lo in- crease your season's cheer—we shall gladly do! 'Bee Uktii'j, Hew. Ai Approximately 1,555,000 persons are employed directly or indirecllv '••• the U. S. government. GIFTS of DISTINCTION —Il's Smart to Shop At— The Gift Shop Modern & Antique Glfti MOSS BRYAN Continuous, Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 SKow Slni-ts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLON 1:0* a.m: 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m, •'..• Saturday Invisible Man's Revenge with Jon Hall and Evelyn Ankers Serial: "Black Arrow-" 8 and Short Con. Showing Sat'clay l-.OO to H:30 Sunday and Monday S.Z SAKAU. o » Hoy by Sao Mien*, Bthsrd w«ll F.TJAe;* Swo«ft O.Td hat, Xu n • . Paramobn£ Ncns •' and Selected Sliort Subjects Continuous Showing Sun. 11 Matinees Sat. & Sun Only Opens each night 6:45; starts 7 Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. ami Sun. Bargain Night Every Night Except . ; Saturday. No passes honored on Sunday at the Iloxv. ;' Saturday BAR 20 • with Wm. Boyd « Andy Clyde Serial: "Raiders of Ghost City" 11 and Short Con. Showing Sat'dny 1:00 fo 1I;30 Sunday and Monday Fox NCTO and Selected Shorts Continuous Showing Sun. 1:15 1 0 \\ CHRISTMAS AFTERNOON At The Roxy Starts at 2 p.m.

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