The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 25, 1946 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, May 25, 1946
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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, MAY 25, 1Q4G Give ftpetry Program At ^^pnan's Clqb Meet A Mirua «n' po«try wa$ prf- seqM* fif Mrs {E. B p«« and Miss IftmiW aturcr yesterday afternoon f<r th« Woman's Club meeting vat the "club house. Mrs. Get discussed the lives of poet* *Ad -atlu Shaver r«ad some of, tbelr best known works These incluta Walt WbiLman and his ' Then JTM « Child Went Forth'.' and i"Oh Captain. My Captain"; Bret Hart* and''Table Mountain"; JameJ .Wfafcbmb'Rlley and "When the Frost Is on the Pumpkin"; Stephen Vincent Benet and his "The Slaver" and Rosa Marianonl, Arkansas'"'poetess, and her "Ma Milly, the Sasafras Woman." Life membership awards were pre- senteji tq Miss Cora Lee Coleman, Miss JU*a Hardy, Mrs. Russell Farr, Mrs. B. A. Bugg and Mrs. Ira Grny Tor their outstanding work in the community. .; . Mr».'Charles Ray Newcomb, re- tlrlnif president of 'the organization, was .presented a, past"'president's pin b'y club members. ' Names of committee and com-j mfUejs members >*e" announced, with'the 1 following" to .serve durini; the next year: Program Committee; Mrs. Jesse M. White, Mrs. J. Cecil) Lowe. Mrs. George' M. Lee, Mrs.^Charlei Ray .Newcomb and Mrs. Russell Barham; Hostess. Mrs. Love [Adams, Mrs. J. D. Barksdale, Mrs. I Buford Young, Mrs. S. E. Webb and Mr*. Homer Wilson; Yearbook, Mrs. Kendall Berry, Mrs. Paul' Pryor, Mrs. .V:' G. Holland; Hous}n«, Mrs. W-. 5,. Johnston, Mrs. J. V-iOaUs and Mrs. Erwln Jones; Sick,' Mrs. p- E. Khudsen; Mrs. F: G: Rjeichel and Mrs' A. O. Hall Deeoratjng, Mrs"'George W. Barham,- Mrs. B: A. Bugg, Mrs. Roy Wood, Mrs. R. -E. Van Hooser and Mrs.; James" Hill' Jr.; 'Telephone, Mrs. .W. D. Cobb, Mrs. J. A. Sallbii, Mrs.-Ralph Nichols, Mrs. Ney Hunt und |Mr«. J, B. Husband; Junior Club*, Mrs." Erwln Jones, Mrs. J. G. Darne? arid Mrs. Charles Abbott Jr.; 'Intefrja'tanai Relations, Mias Cbra'Lee Coleman; Scrapbook, Mrs. W. W, Hawkins; Publicity, Mrs. E. L. r 'Hale; Parliamentarian. Mrs. Charges Kay Ne,wcomb and Mrs. Charles Abbott Jr., In charge of ;> collective fund. Hostesses ,for the affair were Mrs. Keftdall Berry, Mrs. Ralph Nichols and |Mrs. f.' i, Ha(e. Tlie clubhouse.was decorated with arrangements :r of ~ hydrangeas, and papsjes were placed .on each plate for file dessert course served. ' ' * * *. • Mrs. Orr Complimented By Sisters -With ' Party i. .Station, Eagle, III, Reports to Police Bits of News * Personal Maybe his "mama done tolc" the American bald eagle In photo above that when you're- in trouble, call a cop. Anyway, after circling the town for hours, the bird, ill and exhausted, dropppct Into the back yard of the Port Washington, N. Y., police headquarters. He's pictured held by James Callaghan, Roosevelt Bird Sanctuary warden, who said' the bird had probably eaten polluted s-.jcjj.'.i _. fish. Mr. Eagle got n dose ol castor oiL Trins. TTM «*np!lment«d afternoon .with an knf ormal, after 11004 P»rty by her sisters, Mrs. Mtir ray ^mart and Mrs. Lloyd Stiokmon at tike Smart home, 1044 West Wat- nut \ Gtests were friends of Mrs. Or:-, herej as guest of her parents, Mr. and_:Mrs B I H»l«y. and family. Aborted, pwty. foods were served fra«n,,» Uble co»ered with an Italian Cqt-work cloth to a small group of f^tui* ' J • " Steel e Rotarians Plan Outing at Reelfoot Lake An outing at Reelfoot Luke Is being planned by members ot the Stcele. Mo., Rotnry Club who nicl Wednesday nlRlit lor their weekly supper meeting. A committee composed or T. - A. Haggard, Dr. L. E. Cooper. Roy Glover nnd Wnclc Hollenbeck was appointed to make arrangements for the oiitlns 1 . Dnlu will be announced later. For (hi' program, members heard a recording of an interview with Paul Harris, founder ol Rotnry. Ishmncl Cope was reinstated as a member of the club. • Visitors were Russell Bnrlinni, Earl TUoinas, James Gncird and Jerry Poe, all of Dlylheville. Steele High School Seniors Take a Trip Members of the senior class ol th a stecle. Mo., High School whu were graduated Wednesday nigh' left immediately following the com mencemcm exercises on the nnmui senior trip. Coming Events Miss Necly Perry left yesterday for Arkansas Stute College, Jones- Ijoro, where she will attend school this Slimmer, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Brlltuln have returned from Hanlson, Ark., where they w ent to visit at the old homo of her family; to Huldenvllle. Okla,, where they were guests ot her mother. Mrs. M. E. Brand anJ Atnarlllo, Texas, where gucsls of their <inughter, Mrs. E. V. Prltch- :ird, and Mr. Piltchard, Mrs. Walter Lunsford has returned from Riplcy, Temv, where flip was called becausn of the sudden dentil last Sunday of A. H. >Cralg. Mrs. Lunsford was accom- jnmlcd home by her brother, L. A. Craig of wa.sliington. D. 0.. who spoilt n brief visit here with h before returning to Washington. Mrs. E. P. Blomeyer and Pfc. and Mrs. M. C. Cook Jr., have returned from Walnut nidge, where they went of the death of Mrs. F.. ll. Wood, mother-lii-lnw to Mrs, Blomcycr's rtnughlcr. Mrs. Sterling Wood. Mrs. Blomeyer und the Cooks wore accompanied home by another of Mrs. Hlomeyer'B daughters, Mrs. Ray Mann, and Mr. Mnnn, of Dundee, Miss. Mrs. Cook is Mrs. Blo- mcyer's daughter nnd Private Cook Is home on furlough follo'.ving his return to the States from Japan. Bill DcLong Is home from Arkansas State College, Jonesboro, to tat: I with his parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. a. H. DeLong, for the summer. Ho ptiins to return to college this Pali where he is majoring In business Is Wed May 12 Mis. before PROMISED LAND METHODIST CHUKCH Ray L, McLwter, pastor Churcli School, 10 a.m. . Youth Meeting, ^ p.m. Evening Worship, 8 p.m. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHUKCH W. West Main K. S. Balrd, minister Bible School, 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship, 10:60 a.m. Trie Lord's Supper and sermon. Christian Youth Fellowship, 0:30 p.m. Evening Fellowship, t p.m., with religious motion pictures, CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES Woirun's Clubhouse. 141G W. Main "Soul and Body" is the subject of ihe Lesson-Sermon which will be read In all Churches and Societies of | the Church of Crist. Scientist, Sunday. The Golden Text Is "Know ye not Hint y e arc the temple of Goil, nnd that the Spirit of God dwelletli In you?" I Corinthians 3:1C. I Among the citations which eom- 1 prise the Lesson-Sermon Is the fol- l.owcl Durivnrd MBIT was lowing from the Bible: "My soul* her marriage May 12 Miss '.'ongetli, yea. even falntoth for the I FIRST METHODIST CHURCH I S. B. WiUvrd, pastor Church School, 9:45 a-m. Morning Worship, 10:55 a.m. Intermediate Fellowship, 6:45 p.m. Evening Service, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday night choir rehearsal. l,AKK STKEET METIIOIHST CHUKCH Bates Sturdy, puslor Church School. 9:50 a.m. Morning Worship, 10:45 a.m. Youth Fellowship, 6:45 p.m. Evening Worship, 7:45 p.m. Wednesday night prayer service, 1:45 p.m.. Wednesday night prayer service, 7:45 p.m. Lola ]]einic e johnese »f Blythe,ville. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 1*,. B. Jolinese <>f CoUomvooct Point, Mo. . i MONDAY Woman's Council of First. Chrls- ian Church meeting with Mrs. E. VI. Terry, 11th nnd Walnut. Men's Club, First Prcsbytcrlnn Church, meeting a( church, 7 p.m. Woman's Missionary Society of| WIIC1 ' c ne ls n First Baptist Churcli meeting In administration. Ircle groups, circle One meets with I Condition of Mrs. James Hill Jr., Mrs. C. S. Lemons; Circle Two with j 1103 West Henrn, who recently un- Mrs. Charles Rny Ncwcomb; Circle .tlerwent a major hip operation in rhrec with Mrs. N. W. IliVlwini; I Boston, Is excellent. Mr. Hill, who Ircle Four with Mrs.-E. L. Crouch; ' returned home several days r.g:>. Circle Five with Mrs. Don Haley. I plans to return to Boston in two Woman's Missionary Society of weeks for another visit with her Calvary Baptist Church, meeting and she expects to return home will) Mrs. Jim England for Bible about July 15. She Is nt room 214 Study. Young Women's Association of First Baptist Church guests of niont, Texus,. Little Rock, nnd New Orleans before returning to Miami. The Iti".'. iinrt Mrs. K. V. Brown and children have roLurned home after s]>rmlliig tlie past two weeks in MSiimi, Fla., und imint.s in South Carollmi. In Miami, they attended the Southern Bnptlst Convention nnd In South Carolina, visiti'd rcl- nUves. Mrs. V. L. Husband rctui neclliomc Thursday after visiting .at Ilnttics- Jurg, Mis*., tmd tittentling to busi- icss In McAllen, Texas. She was uccomiianied from Little Rock !>y John Faiiow, who attends th /School lor the Deaf there. He spent the night,, here with Dr. nnd Mrs. Ilusbnnd befoi'e going to his home in Kciser. courts of the Lord; my heart nnil { my flesh crielh out for tlie livin;; Clod." Psalms 84:2. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH K. C. Hruwn, pastur Sunday School, 9:40 a.m. MornhiK Worship, 10:55 a.m. The Itcv. Mr. Brown will speak, baptist Training Union. 7 p.m. livening Worship, 8 WEDNESDAY Mid-week Prayer service, 7:30 p.m. Choir rehearsal, 8:10 p.m. CHURCH NEWS Effective arrangements of roses. hydrangeas, daisies and sweetpeos decorated th* home. Mrg. Hardy Hostess To;CBC Club Members Mlrs Alvln Hardy was hostess yes- terdty afternoon to members of CBCI club and Jwo _ ojfier guests, Mrs/.Leon Scherer and?Mrs. Bill Chajnnan High pflze went to Mrs. 9cherer durrog afternoo^ games and second -to Mrs H -A Copeland. Rookb was Awarded Mr$ H^rdfy.' Entertaining rooms "of the r|ome on Highway'«! North were decorated '»ith, roses ' •• ». TT(e hostess served a' salad plate with Iced drinks. R.O.T.C. trt University Gets Hiyhest Rating PAYETTEVILLE, Ark.-A ratin? of •^xcellent,"—the highest possible jleslgnaUon—has been given the Reserv*~OUoor» Trimlng Corps at the University of Arkansas on thj basljrsrthelirmuaT'insptcliOn of the unlt,lby army officers last month, it hi* been announced. A numerical «core of 89.81 was given the Un;- TeraRy unit They left on a four tiny trip to New Orleans, frolng in one of the new school buses. The Rev. Harold, Nance, pastor of CnnUhersvillc Methodist Church, delivered th e nddress at last night's crvices. High school graduates reed their diplomas from Thelbert Bishop, vice president of the board of education, and eighth grade, graduates were given their diplninus >y Frank Huffman, president of the board of education. Tliis year's honor students were Velda McClanahnn, valedictorian, laughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Francis McClanahiin, and Elizabeth Smith, =nlutatorinn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Smith. At The Hospitals. Ulytlicrillc Hospilal Admitted: Mrs. Roy French, city. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Jones, city, a [laughter tins morn- Miss Betty Kincnld Circle One of Woman's, Auxiliary j of Presbyterian Church ciiter- tniiiinu with Men's supper nt, the church. Miss Lynn Jackson entertains GEO Club. ; .TUESDAY' ! Mrs. W, C. Hlggl'iison rboitms- to Tuesday Brldg e Club.; ;"-"" Double G Club meeting with Miss Margaret Shaver. Mrs. John W. Thomas hostess to Ln Nueve Club. WEDNESDAY Miss Ann Weedman hostess io Red Pepper Club, 3:30 to"-4 o'clock. Mrs. w. I». Minyard entertains Wednesday Bridge club. Town and Country Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. J. C. Ellis. THURSDAY Mrs. Bill Turner hostess to Alpha De(n Bunco Club. Friendly Rook Club meeting with Mrs. E. B. Chltwood. Club Eight members guests of Mrs. Otto scrape. Mrs. R. c. Rose entertains Oc- ette Club. Entre Nous club ;ncctlng with Mrs. M. Filzsimmons. FRIDAY CBC Club meeting with Mrs. Lendcnnle Fowler. Junior Fellowship ot First Methodist. Church meeting ' nt the church, 3:-l. r > p.m. Phillips House, Massachusetts General Hospital. Mrs. E. A. Hale was removed from Walls Hospital yesterday to her home, 1115 Chlcknsnwbn. Miss Iris Hughes underwent n tonsilectomy today nt Walls Hospital. Mrs. J. S. Gcsell will go to Little Rock tomorrow for nn extended •islt with her son, Raymond Gesell ind family. Her grandson, Capt. Raymond Neal Gesell, will conic or her. Mrs. Gesell is much 1m- | >rovcd after n serious illness. W. E. "Uncle Billie" Hessic nnd ils daughters, Mrs. Fnrris Daniel trtd Mrs. Kathleen Barco, all tois nerly of here and now of Miami, ?la., will leave today or tomorrow ^fter having come to Blytheville 'or the graduation of Mr. Hessie's granddaughter, Miss Nannie Mac ; fcssie, n member of the Blytheville :Iigh School senior class. Here, they joined Mr. Daniel's son, James Car:on Jr., who was gradunted from the Church of the Immaculate Conception elementary school and Miami. Fla., high school last year, and who has been in the Coast Guard. Discharged n week ago nf- Ler seven, months of sea duty, he came here for his cousin's graduation and all tlie visitors will go from here to Houston nnd Beau- A thriving but little-known America nT trade Is that in gladiolus More than I'OO.OOQ.OOO of th-i .. - bulbfc. BT« sold each year, chiefly] Mo. from-! arm* in Michigan and the | Steve ••-.-. Dismissed: Mrs. V. D. Overman, city. Mnrjoric Alexander, city. Mrs. II. G. Wicklnun, city. Billy Wayne Garner, city. Mrs. LJoyd Thomas, city, ^•s. Bessie Stalrup, Gositell. W:'lls Hospital Admitted: Mrs. Gc-vvls A. Capps, Steele. Mo. Richard Crawford, city. Teddy Bailey, city. Iris Hughes, city. S. Goff, Rt. 2, "city. Carolyn Stallings, nt. 2, city. Dismissed: Mrs. E. A. Hale, city. Elaine Homer, Rt. 2. city. Goldie Davis, Stcele. Mo. Memphis liaplist Admitted: Mrs. II. T. Smith, Osceola. Memphis Methodist Hospital Admitted: Mrs. Virgil Davis, fcaruthcrsville, Read Courier News Want Ads Landys' Beauty Shop 200,'! \V. Main St. Phone 3990 Lnndys Kuwletl FIHST I'KKSUYTEIMAN CHUUC'II Harvfy T. Kiittl, pastor Sunday School. 0:45 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Choir ,wi!l sinij tlit, anthem, "Teach ML- Thy Way" and th p sermon is 'X) be 'Trying Io Evade the Fncls" by the pastor. Pioneers, G':45 p.m. Evening Service. 7:30 p.m. Sermon: "For Such a Time As This." WEDNESDAY Prnyer Meeting, 7:30 p.m. Choir rehearsal, 8; 10 p.m. YAKHKO 'METHODIST CHIJHC'H Hay L. McLrstcr, p:\stoi- Chtirch School, 10 Morning Worship, 11 a.m. FLAT LAKE METHODIST CHURCH Ray I.. Mcl.esler. pastor Sunday School, 10 n.m. Join the Refrigerator Service Club (Two Service CalU a Ytar |1) Repairs to Electric Appliances Ftjlly Guaranteed BLYTHEVILLE SALES CO. (\V1icre Courtesy Is Not a Memory) m E. Main St. Phone 3GLG Fresh Iliver Cut fish. Special prices to Cafes siml lisli fries. C:ife und hirst: ortlurs (U'liveiL'iL 'S FISH MARKET I 1 ho lie G73 Osccola, Ark. Fur and Clothing STORAGE It's time to store your Furs and Winter Clothing Send Them to Our Modern Certified Cold Storage and Fumigation Plant Here you have the assurance they will have absolute safe protection. And the charge is so reasonable. Phone 418 P For Better Laundry and Dry Cleaning 413 STEAM IAUNDHY Kelchum. Stcele. Mo. l£ Transact Your Business as Usual I i' Dwpite the Strike . . . GO BY AIR V ' Special Rates During Emergency Airplane Charter Service FLYING SERVICE JOHN F. FIELDS Municipal Airport can LEARN TO FLY! Come Out To Hood Flying Service Government Licensed Instructors Safe New Airplanes — Smooth Runways New Modern Facilities STEWART FIELD Dial 2717 Highway 18 East Dial 474 and We'll Pick up Your • DRY CLEANING • LAUNDRY LAUNDERERS DRY CLEANERS 21H-20 No. Second Your Time Is Valuable .. . Our Service Is QUICK! Call 2611 • for Rood Service Anywhere • Tires Repaired—any Kind. • Batteries Charged—Quick or Slow • Washing and Greasing • AH STANDARD PRODUCTS • Mechanical Repairs. MARR'S AUTO SERVICE YOU KNOW WHERE FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZAKENK F. W. Nash, paslor Sunday School, 9:45 n.m. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Young Peoples meeting, 6:30 p.m. Evangelistic Ben'ices, 1:30 p.m. Wednesday prayer services, 7:30 o'clock. BAPTIST CHURCH Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Training Union, 7 p.m. Evening Service, 7:30 p.m. Weilnesday night prayer service,- ST. MATTHEW'S CRUKCII OSCEDI.A Kev. B. Krancis McDevllt, pastor Itev. Paul ISuJarski, assistant pastor Sunday Masses, G a.m. I-'U1.I, COSi'EL TABi:itNACr,E M. O. Mabry, pastor Sunday School. 9:45 a.m. Morning worship, 11 a.m. Young People. 6:45 p.m. Evening Worship, 7:30 p.m. CALVAKY HAVTIST CHUHCII r. II. JerniKan, luislor Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Mamlns; Worship, 10:55 a.m. Training Union. (i:M p-in. KvcniiiB Worship. 1:M p.m. ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH I.. C. Ramsey, paslor Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Christ Ambassador services, 6:30 p.m. Children's church, 0:30 p.m. Evangelistic service. 7:30 p.m. CHURCH OF THE IM.MACUI.ATK CONCEPTION Itei-. «. Francis McOevitl, luslor Ki-v. I'jul ISuj.irski. ussislant puiilor Sundny Masses, 7:30 nncl 10:30 a.m. Weekday Masses. 8 p.m. Novciia to Our Sorrowiul Mother, Friday, 7 p.m. THE BEAUTY CLINIC Mare'arct Dctu Smith, Owner fiil'ram Bld(. Phone JI74 The Itciiuiy Nook 111 No. First Phone 891 lli-lcn Instcr Isubel Farbus Continuous Shows Every Day )><)i Office Openn 1:41 Show SUrts 2r«0 LISTEN TO KI.CN 9:00 a.m. 12:4r> p.m. 4:30 p.m. . Saturday Notorious Lone Wolf willi Gerald Mohr and .Tanis Curler Serial: "Kinsr of Forest Rangers" No. I and Short Cont'il Sliow-5 Sat. 12:3(1 la 11:30 Sunday and Monday CHAMBLIN SALES CO. i Sales Sludctiaker Service ' WK BUY AND SELL GOOD USED CARS j Lex Chamblin BUI ChtmWin ! Phone 2195 Railroad & Ash Sta. | •••»•••••••••••••••••••••••••.....,........,..,.i 'arainounl News & .Selected Sliorta 'ontinuous Showing Sun, 1:15 to 11 COMING SOON TO THE RITZ: KITTY with Paulclte Uoddard * Kay Milland Matinees Sat. * Sun. Only Hox OfHcc Opens G:30; Show S(ar(3 G:45 I'. M. Each Evening <)|](Mis .Smiiliiy 1:00; Starts 1:15 ('ontinuous Shows Sat. anil Hun. Biir^:un Night Kvcry Nl^'hl Except Saturday. No passes honcirntl on Sunilay at the Koxy. Saturday Frontier Gunlaw with Charles Sturretl Serial: "Who's Guilty" No. 3; Short C'onl'd Shims Sa(. 12:3« to 11:3* Sunday and Monday ,A** UA xei CHARLK RO««T . 1 O'BRIEN-LAUGHTON-YOUNG; I g^M^^le «|| -^ lanteruille G*RC»M • ol • MCIAM UK» «OI»M« .•^K^'K^^^^^i^KimKm Direcltt) by JULES OASSIN Produced by ARTHUR L. flELO /} Fox News and Seiecleil Short Continuous showing

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