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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, December 30, 1944
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p.;;',.' ..j ' r » -t .- 1 « >"* PAGE TWO BLYTJIRVII.LE COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, UKCKMBliU 30, 1944 Coming Events 6t\Sdv proup of the •»jt> - ~ ...... ... Women's ! 0o«ncl? of First Christian Church meeting 1 with Mrs t, I, W»«J, iWvxr? " Womentf Missionary Union of FJrst Baptist Church meeting at church for* Royal Sen Ice Piogram, 2 30 pjn , ' ' Executlv^ Board of Women's Auxiliary of First Presbyterian Church meeting at church, 2 30 p in • v? TUESDAY Tuesday Bridge Club meeting with Mrs A 0 E Crlgger Jr Miss Frances Little entertaining Double G Club jWesIejan Service Guild of First Methodist Church meeting at -church /or installation of officers, 7 30 p in WEDNESDAY Mrs. 0.- C.-Laiigston. entertaining Town and Country Club. A. D. C. Club meeting with Mrs Farrls McCalla; THURSDAY Octette -Luncheon Club, meeting vith Mrs Edwin Robinson Miss Mildred Lou Hubbard entertaining Thursday: Night, Bridge Club. E M G Club meeting with Mrs Dan Miller. Mrs Aubrey CoirwaV entertaining Mld-Week Club 1 FRIDAY. Chapter ' N ' of P E i S! U i «" ^ t0 ^' K1 f« ?„„ , Ih<;lr lltm ' c on East Main Street W I, Homer, co-hostess, 1 pm i wnl , M Cu - ramlns , s m ,j loycu „ InlUal Ciof cntci (Billing Blythevllle Army Air Field. 0 B c ciul> meeting with Mrs o Vlrs. Hudson Entertains Mrs. q. C. Hudson Jr., was lios- ess to members of the E,M.G. CUlb Thursday afterncpri, entertaining at ier liome. Otlicr guests for the afternoon included Mrs. Arvel Mct- calf rtnd Miss Vcnm lAicbarger of Luxora. In Hie rummy e^ncs played during the afternoon high score pviKe was won by Mrs. Claud Price, soc- ouii high by Mrs. Dan Miller ami 'ow by Mrs. Metcalf. Bridge Club Entertained Members of the Tuesday Bridge CUib played cords on Thursday this week at the home of Mrs. Lloyd Stlckmon. Tlio holiday motif OTIS Apparent In the decorations used In the living room, ami the hostess served a dessert course at the conclusion of the enmcs. Mrs. Stickmon had high score for the nfternoon, with Mrs. C. E Cflgger Jr., second high. Wedding Announced Announcement has been made 01 the marriage of Mrs. Elsie Parkoi to OaUcv Cummins. The ; wedding was quietly solemnized Wednesday night at the homi of the officiating minister, the Rev T. R. Shepherd. Mr. nml ..Mi's. Cummins will mnkr : Elklris! Bits of News Mostly Personal Edna Kiite Hale returned yesterday to Washington, ID. C , after a. month's visit licre with hei Wants Million Dance Is Given Thursday At America^' tegion Hut Another in the merles of dancef which ,were given dm Ing the Christmas holldavs for members of the teen age group of Blythevllle was that given JThursdaj night at the Amerlcah Lcglou Hut, when R C Allen Jr, Berry Allen and Bobby Turner entertained Tlie refreshment' table, arranged In the main* bauroom, was co\ercu with a lace .cloth and was .centered with a large blue crystal bowl filled with ga> colored Christmas bills This was flanked nilti white candles burning m blue crystal candelabra: Cookies and iced drinks v,sre Eened throughout the e\eniilB as the guests danced Included among the 80 guests Here Glenda Jvlaxwell, Prances Danehower and Ann Conwav While, all of Osccol'aVand Orlando Sancher. of Ean Juan, Pucito Rico . ChhbCTOfies f or the eveiiiiig Included Mr and Mrs 'n C Allen, Mr !>nd Mrs B J Allen, antl Mi and Mrs: Doyle! Turner. a/T U ' L' T U i. IVUs, Houcmns Is Hostess Mrs H H Houchins, entertaining members of 'ithe Mid-Week- Club .Thursday'iafternobn .at her home, ftlio vras hostess to three other guests, Mrs." E., Hi/Lancashire, Mrs. A B Fairficldof AWledgeMlle, G:i, and Mrs R L. Banister A- two course luncheon was served at the dining table, gay with red Christmas poinsettlas, while n Christmas tree- feaUi red- thc'decora- lion of the living room where bridge «as plajed during the afternoon High score "among club members was Tion by Mrs Aubrey Conway, and among guests by Mrs Banister • • • King-Matheny Rites Said Mrs Sam Matheny became th; bride' of William' King of Huffman Ark,, in a ceremony performed Sunday at Mrs:; 1 Matheny's home at Forty and Eight Seieral friends witnessed theqmet service,- with- the Rev. M. H.. Griffin of Dell officiating Mr. and Mrs., King are making • their home at .Forty ana Eight. . Initial Club 1 Entertained Members of the Initial Club met yesterday afternoon .with Mrs. W. C. Colston for their regular wccklj bunco party. High score prize wus d : rii> bv Mrs. Alvis Harris',, bunco I) 1 .- ?/'> ; .'ack Marsh arid' low by Miss K... ' ' ' iv Tii'e Hostess ,servcd a saiv'vwlch plate with iced drinks. • Club, Guests Entertained Silver bells, red berries and Yuletide grcciic'ry decorated the R. A. Copeland home yesterday when Mrs. Copeliiiiji eiileitalned mom- ber.s of the C.S.C. Club and two Bucsls, Mrs. .r J. cookston and" Mrs. C. G. Schorer. High score prize for the altcr- noon was won by Mrs. W. S. Lung- don, second hl(>h by Mrs. O. o: Elkiiis and bridge by Mrs. Ross Moore. A dessert course was served. At The Hospitals' Walls Ilosiillnl Admitted: Mrs. If. K. Clark, city. , .Dick Phiinmcr, Sleele, Mo. Dismissed: Teddy Whltwovth, city. Virginia Robblns, Dell. Jerry Williamson, city. Sofdiers Arc Convicted Mr. and Mrs. E. A. JInl<>, and In Marlon with her brother, James C. Hale and family. Miss Shirley Darhnm returned this moriiliiK from Memphis wlicic she has spent the past few days as guest' of her father. Pic. Mnrtln C. Sills, son of Mi and Mrs, M. A. Bills, returned yesterday to Camp amber, Okla.. after spending the holidays at homo with !ils parents. 'Overseas for two years, Private Sills returned to the United States In March, 194'i, and this marks the Ihst Christmas he i has spent at home since 1910. [ A-C Godwin Gay left yesterday morning for Sherman, Texas, where fie ivlll take his basic training. He spent a five-day delay on route with , Ills parents, Mr. and Mrs, .). W. Guy, and his brother, Marlon Gay.i Pvt. Lawrence Stabbs of Fort Hen- 1 nlng, Ga., and his wife. Pfc. Kathryn Stabbs of Waiter Heed Hospital, .Washington, 13. C., are spending their 15-day furloughs here with his mother, Mrs. W. M. Stnbbs, 2018 West Ash Street, J. W. lllnesly, who is stationed with the Navy at Fairaunt, Idaho, has returned to his base after S|)eiul- ng the Christmas holidays lit home, W. M. Stabbs will leave Thursday for Little Rock, where he will enter a hospital for nn operation. Mrs. C. D. Halle of Memphis has returned to her home In Memphis after a holiday visit In Manila with lei 1 parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. M, Ilinesly. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Cook and daughters, Bonnie and Mrs. Earl Stabler, have returned home after spending the Christmas holidays in Champaign, 11)., with their daughter anil slstei', Mre. Robert Holl mid liiculenant Holt, who, arc making- their home there while he Is stationed at- Chanutc Field. Mr. and Mrs. M. W. Williamson of Meridian, Miss.', are spending tlu holidays as guests of their daughter, Mrs. F. L. Pinion and Mr. Pinion. . Mrs. Johnny Blackwcll left this morning for St. Louis, where she will Join her husband, Private Blackwcll, who Is stationed nt Trilex Field,, Wis. She plans to return home Tuesday. Pvt. Marshall Blaekard. who was injured In France soon after the jiivn.slon, and who has been in Kthnbelle C! re-en, above, 30- year-old secretary, housekeeper, companion and nurse to the late William (Utfl Bi!l> Thompson, former mayor of Chicago, has filed for $1.000.000 from her dead employer's eslulc. claiming she wns promised that amount. Ballet Will Be Offered Jan. 4 Outstanding Troupe To Ploy In Memphis At Ellis Auditorium MEMPHIS, Dec. 30.—An outstanding highlight of the current musical season will be the visit of the world renowned Ballet Russc de Monte Carlo, to Memphis, on Thursday, Jan. 4, for one performance only, tt'hen It will be cm at the Auditorium, as the Resolution Hits At Workers Who Stage Walkouts A resolution condemning ns a irnltor miy person who strikes during wartime, or nny employer who lid-mils nny worker lo strike during wartime, has been adopted by the Dlid' Cnson Post of the American 1 icglbii. Tlie resolution iiirUier d'eclrtrcs Hint cnnctnicnl' of' Universal Sei-vlcb Law wpuVd''iinm'cdl[itcly reduce' the number of American' tVnitiors: Adojited becailso'of Hie unceasing cnll for iiioro nnitS rtnd' nmmuhition fov the Ariiiy nnd' trie Navy by American lenders, copies of the resolution have, been sent lo each ! member of the Arkansas Congressional Delegation. Versatile Dentist DANVILLE, III. (UP)—Dr. S. B. event In the series of the AnKlei' Concerts. The Ballet Husse de Monte Carlo, in Its years of appearances before the American public, has become In effect a national Institution and Its coming Is on event which Is always eagerly anticipated. The greatest nnd oldest of nil existing ballet companies nnd possessing the most extensive repertoire of modern and classical ballets of any company In existence, the loco! engagement will bring such es- lalillxlied favorites ns Alexandra Diinilova, Ihe leading prima ballerina of our times; Frederic ]"i niklon, n tower of strength In Mi wide variety oi roles: Nathalie Krassovskn, Russian ballerina of liimoraus chnnn and impeccable :cclmlquc; and Leon Daiiielian, wllllanl young American dancer. In addition, tliero will be n company of GO dancers and technicians Ir.iiclhcr with a symphony orches- prcsldcd over by Emanuel Balnban. A program new to Memphis will be presented, consisting of Ihe Snow Maiden, a bnllet Iri three scenes, with music by Glnzomiov nnd choreography hy Nijhiska; 'the Ballet Imperial, of George Balanchine set to the music of Tscheikowsky's Second Piano Concerto; niid Schchernzjide, a chorcogranhlc drama In one act; 'vvlih liiiisic by Nikolai Rinsky- Karsakov. Other attractions In the Angler Concerts are Ihe double concert, Feb. 7, of Nicola Moscoua, famous Iws of the MctronDllInn Oner'a;' and E("on Petri. world renown' Dutch pltinist: and Flotow's ciiarrri- IIIR opera '^fartlia", sung in English, April 4. A Chni-lc.s U Wnghc'r pi-«hictlon. "Martha" will be the some hish claps onci-n' presentation ns "La Ti'aviata," sung in Mem- Presbyterians To Hear Sermon By Dr. Smith Dr. Frank G. Smith of Omaha, Neb., will occupy the pulpit at First Presbyterian Church at Hie zrioni- Inic service tomorrow. A native of llliilpls, Dr. Smith was ordained into the ministry In 1692 and during his period of 52 years of service as a minister of the gospel has occupied mine of the mUslanaia'g phiirclies In the Congregational . denomination in .such cities as Omaha, Kanas City arid Chicago/ His last pastorate before retiring from active work, was In- Ohiaha,. where lie was pastor for 18 years during which time his church Increased to a membership of almost 2,000 arid' built a church building at a cost of over half a million dollars'. Dr. Smith k well known In Bly- ihevllle where he often visits as the gtlest of his daughter, Mrs, R L. KIrshrier and* family. oday—and tomorrow can lake care r itself. That kind of marriage philosophy sn'l so hard on a young-man-in var lime. But his bride has every- hing to lose. For her it isn't much belter than a fake marriage. For women need more security In mar- •lage than a valid marriage ccrtili- catc, arid when that Is all they get hey are being gypped. There arc 85 seminaries of"the Latter bay Saints' church in five western states of the Union. LAKE STUE1CT .METHODIST ,-., : CllUItCJI ( liiitcs Sturdy, pastor 'Church School, 9:50 a. in. Ivor- son Morris, supt. Morning Worship, 10:45 a. m. Sermon by pastor. Youth Fellowship Groups, 6:30 m. ' Evening Worship,' 7:30 p. m. Ser- 1011 by pastor. Board of Stewards meeting Tiles- ay, 7:30 p. in. at:home of Allen 'an winkle. 210 West Cherry. Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, 7:30 , m. CHURCH NEWS Brides Urged Not To Rush Into Marriage By Rtjf U Mn.lF.TT The recent sl'oj-y'of-a nuptial hoax in which' four. • Nebr'aska'- girls thought they were' miiri-yihg foil paratroopers/' find olit late that' tliQ "iye'dditig .ceremony" was performed b'y a- etildler Irripersonat- Iiiff iiri rinh'y cHaploli!' isn't going to result ln~ liny legal' aclioti liy the "wives" involved' or tlieir parents! Actually'the'nibble ceremonies performed are not'mubli riibre of a, take marriage .than' triany of the' marriages being performed today, where SiiTmeeti.boy one"'day and marries him the ne'xt; or ill' the 1 next" week or two. Wlicri tti'd. marriages, are iri order, they arti legal- dt- course, but their legality' Is atxnit' all' th'at dif- ferenllate's- trie'm; frorct trie mock riinrrlages".fit- which the 1 four" Nebraska-Kiris *e'fe tHeSi'Sllms: i The' mirry-uti marriages' be'- tween 1 I'vriJ' young' folks' who 1 k'rio'w lib', more" aboU't^ each' 1 dlKer tliari limtl- th'e' glf) ; .ik : • rir'etty; ririd' trie' boy loolB ,ni'c'e' L Itf a uriifbrm Hiive lioiie of .the atWitjutes of. marriage as we know marrlhge should, be I Sucri spiif - of - trie'-rrip rrieiit weddings are slibrh' of' pi'acticiilly c'v'brything a'- rhixVrla^is snbuld'.rtave' at Its' be- YAKI1HO MKTHOniST CHtlKCH I). G. Illnilmiin, pastor Church School, II) a. m. Worship Service, 7:30 p. in. W.S.C.S. will meet nt church, Thlirsday afternoon, 2 o'clock. Board of Stewards meeting at home of Rony Lambert Wednesday, 7:30 p. ni. PROMISED f.ANI) METHOIHST • CHURCH D. G. Hindman, iiaslnr Church School, 10 a. in. Worship Service, 11 a. m. W.S.C.S. meeting at church dny nfternoon, 2:30 p. m. Pri- lihis Oct. 28. as the ouenlng attraction or the Angler Concerts Prcmit Station To Aid Late License Purchasers The. Arkansas penult station at the Missouri state line will sell car Fricritnnn who combines his dental "'"' tnlcft licenses until midnight in-ncticc with an interest in n local ' om orrn\v night Tor those motorists hotel, Is lliiuikfnl for experience wll ° (1 ° lloL P'ireiinse llielr licenses obtained when he worked his way t° il ' !> S r "I- the state revenue oifice in .Uirough college, it helped him' out . C J' 1 - V Ha "here recently when Fricdnian 'Couiicl' i'*:, & , 11llt!ll v inidni»ht is the deadline has disclosed Hint 200 ys'nk chiislc'j'j' llinl lime, nnivod hoine ycstcrrtny himself working', in his hblet kit-./i 01 '' 1 '! 11 ' 0 ^™. «' itllol| l' penalty, unless men and two oiflcers" In 'France morniiii;'fo fiiend 21 days here with ' c hcn. The innnpowcr sha'rtngq':'you, 1 ^P-~. el!S have been convicted of receiving M VS . Ulncknrd nnd thelv two clill- know - '" '•'&•. r . uioi'p.limn 5200,000 from the sale ,] ri ,n , uu i his mother, Mrs. Idell of stolen American cigarettes hi the nlhcknrd. He will report to New Wl -rc PARIS, Dec. 30 (UP)—The Armj various |-ospltnl» in Rutland r-lncc NEF.I) SScilRl'tY PLUB'. Tlie young people, know nothing of each other's Mtkg'rbuml or" cKa'r- ncler, know nothing of each- other's family, little of'each other's disposition or tastes; .and In most such in.~.:-.-iiiges no thought Is given to the future. They; arc marriages for FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CIHJKCI Harvey T. Khld, minister Sunday School, 9:45 a. ni. Morning Worship, I! a. in. Vesper Service, 5 p. m. Pioneers, (i p. m. WEDNESDAY J Prayer Meeting; 1:30 p. m. Choir Rehearsal, 8:15 p. in. FIItST BAPTIST CHURCH K. C. Ilrowu, pastor Sunday School, 9:45 a. in. P. J Deer, supt. Morning Worship, 10:55 a. n Sermon by pastor. .R.T.U., G-.30 p. m. R. L. Sherrick director. Evening' Worship, 7:30 p. ni. Slu dent Night program and .\Vatcl Night service. BAPTIST C'HAPEI, lily Slrert Sunday School. 9:30 a. m.. Rus seMBaugh, supt. B.T.U., C:15 p. m. Miss Sara Fiances Rowland, director. Office Training' Shorthand, Bookkeeping am Typing MRS. L. M. BURNETT 1010 Hcarn Phone 327 WE MUST STRIVi I'VU. GOSVKli TABEKNACI.E Ira. AT. iiryce, pastor Sunday Scliool, 9:45 a. m. Roy landley, supt. Morning Worship, II a. in. Ser- : non by pastor, Youii" Peoples Service, 1 p. m. Orchestra will begin playing at :4S p. 'm. ",'' " Evangelistic sermon by pastor. Radio Broadcast Monday and Prl- ay, 2:30 to 3 p. in. A welcome to all. FirtST METHODIST CHURCH S, li. \V)lf«rd, pastor Church School, 8:45 a. in. U. S. Branson, supt. Morning Worship, 10:55 a, in. Junior Fellowship, 1 p. m. Evening Sorvicf, 7:30 p. m. Choir Rehearsal, Wednesday, 7:30 ). in. 3IIK1STIAN SCH-NCl: SERVICES? Woman's Clubhouse, MIG W. Main Christian Science is the subject of the Lesson-Sermon whicli will be •cad in all Churches and Societies of the Church of Christ, Scientist, on Sunday. The Golden Text is: "The prophecy came not in old time by the will of man: but holy men of God spake as they were moved by the Holy Ghost." II Peter 1:21. Among the citations which comprise the Lesson-Sermon is the following from the Bible: "Hear, o Israel: The Lord our God is one Lord." Deuteronomy 0:4; AT FIRST' SIGN OF A' is announced. . Wilck Rose Queen home for the holidays left .We wish lo thank all those who were so kind during the death of ' 1.1 I 1 r 11 1 II ..w..*.i.ju .v,»u tl^lt. ,1V, r\ll!u UUI1IIU UIU ULIlln OI rlCTiw at ho end o Hint, time mr ]ier tills week, Henry Smith re- our mother. We especially thank or further liosultnllznllon here m turning (o Di;I!as, Texas, and Lieut those who sent, (lowers Vh. -I!) I To 16-year-old Mary Rutlc, above, ol Pasndena. Calif., goes ^ the covcicd title of COiicen ol her home town's 1CH5 Tournament of Roses. Hei father, Col. Louis U. RuUe. commands an Infantry Division at Camp Shelby, Miss*. fi the United States. Wallace Smith on Wednesday to Mrs. A. n. Fairfield and son. Al- his station at Avon Park, Fla". >eit, rctiu-nwl'- last night to their -•- •• - --^- ,. ' :' ' :iome in Milledijeville, Gn., after ; '.i:cndlne the Clivistmas holidays iero with her pnrcnte, Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Dcntoii aii[i fnmily. Byron Bai-lholomcw Jr., returned islerday lo his home In Memphis after a brief visit Here with iiis {rniuln'nrents, Mr. and Mi's. W. S. Lnngdon. | Joseph \fuir of Cnruthcrsvlllc, I Mo.. Is spending several dnys hcie as the guest' of Billy Sam Berrymnn nnd Ills parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. R. A. Berryntnn. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Wilhelui and son, Richard, returned yesterday to their home In St. Louis nfter n two-day visit with Mr. nnd Mrs. JiXo Huffman nnri 1 Miss Lima B. Wllhclm. Miss Jnne Snced will return tomorrow to Oniichltn CollcBC, Ark- adelphla, after spending the holl- clnys here witii her mother, Mrs. E. W. Snced, and 'her sister, Miss Mary Vnn Snecd. Mr. nnd Mrs Elgie Brown have returned to Illrkmnn. Ky,, after a holiday visit' with Mr. and Mrs. Jake Huffman. Mr. nnd Mrs. Mnrk Smith left ils morning for their home In Houston, Texas, after » holiday visit here with Mrs. J. R Smith nnrt family, and in CnnitUersville, with other relatives there. Two other of Mrs. Smith's sons who Mr. JUKI Mrs. Walter Brooks Lee nnd Will Cash. SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS properly dfesfgncd, arc remembered always. Our flowers are always fresh, nml all' work Is guaranteed to please. Let our expert designers help yon willi your Moral needs FLOWER SHOP F.T.I). Service We Deliver Anywhere Sirs. J. M. (Mac) Williams, owner Glcncoe Bldg. LIFE & ACCIDENT INSURANCE CO. E. H. FORD, Representative 206 Lynch Bldg. Oiir Greatest Mid-V/inter "Sed What's New At Wh'itsitt's" Wlien listing your New Year's resolutions, don't forget to check on your habit of sending clothing to the cleaners. Make it a point to keep your garments in good repair by sending them to us regularly. Resolve to conserve through better care. FOR BETTER LAUNDRY' TOR A Neyf-Year-iB alicnd—full of tlio promise of full yiclory anil ihc, return of Peace. Bui there cnu'be nXslackcuing in, our efforts. We must contmtic fo 1 work—to consorvc—to invest in "VPar.Bomls.- Frisco joins all Aiiicricn tii looking to iMe New Year «-ith courage ,'iinl in tlio earu- «8l K^pe"«hat''45 will he the tolid Victory j-enr. DISTINCTION —It's Smart to Shop At— The Gsff Shop Modem & Antique GIfU MOSS BRYAN Continuous Shows' Every Day Hox Office Oiieiis 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN 0:00 a.m. l'i:45 p.m. 4:30 Saturday Cheyenne Wildcat with IJU1 Elliolt nml Bobby Blake Serial: "lilack Arrow" a anS Short Con. Showing Sat'day 1:00 to' 11:30 If It's HARDWAI We Have It or Can Get It If It's At AH Obtainable! HUBBARD HARD WAR "25 Years' Continuous Service" Sunday and Monday ve< with Jacli Oakic anil tinilii Darnell t Parainount News and Selected Short Subject Conliminus Slinwinff Sun. 1:15 to II MODINGER-POETZ TIRE CO. Mnthiccs Sat. A Sun Only Opens each night 6:J5; starts 7 Opens Sunday 1:00; Starls 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. arid San. Hiugain Night Kvery Night Except Saturday. 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