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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, January 13, 1945
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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILI.E COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, JANUARY 13, 1945 Coming Events MONDAY Woman's society of Christian Sen ice of First Methodist Church meeting in circle groups. Circle 1. Mrs Marcus Emrd; Circle 2, Mrs. J. L Gumi Circle 3, Mrs C. E. Crigger Jr • Circle 4, Mrs P. E. Black: Circle 5, Mrs O. N Hawkins: "i Circle 6, Mrs. Earl , Buckley, 2 30 p m Woman'* Society of Christian Sen Ice of Lake Street Methodist Church"'meeting at church, 2:30 p. m Women's Council ol First Christian Church ha\ing group meetIngs: F$ith Group meeting with Mrs Rupert Crafton: Hope Group ^ 1th Mrs R C Rose Love Group with Mrs John McHnncy, 230 p. m Women's.' Missionary Union of First Baptist Church meeting at 'church for Royal- Service Program, 2 30 p m •WomchS , Missionary Union of Cariary Biptist Church meeting nt church for Royal Service Program, 2pm Women's Auxiliary of . St. Stephen's Episcopal Church meeting •with :Mrs, O. 0. Hardaway, 2:30 p, m. Woman's Auxiliary'of-First Presbyterian Church meeting at church; Mrs, Farr Complimented At Evening Bridge Party Mrs. Russell Haynes Farr or Ashiiown, Ark., houseguest of Mr. find Mrs. Russell Fair, was guest of honor at a bridge party given last night by Mrs. Worth D. HoUl^ er and Mrs. Gene Teaford. The affair, given at the Holder home, was attended by eight guests. Tiie living room at the house was attractively decorated with blooming plants, and the Spring motif was emphasized in the lol- lies used. High score prize was won by Mrs. William Q. Boyd, second high by Miss Marjorle Wsrrcn, and the guest of honor also wns presented with a gift from her hostesses. A dessert course with cof/ec was served. « * * Daughter Born Monday Annotmeemcnls have been received hero of the birth of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Bernard tfrs. Tanner will visit her mother, Mrs. T, J. Mnhan. Major and Mrs,' J. M. Walls went to Hqt Springs today where they will visit until Major Walls Is reassigned. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Bradberry will return tonight to their home In Roselnnd after a visit In Fort Smith with her relatives, Bob Goodrich, who hns spent the pnnt^Lwo weeks hero v.'Uli his inolhcr, Mrs. E, A. Gradrlch nnd family, hns gone to Oak Ridge, Tenn,, where he has accepted a position with the government. He formerly was employed at Parts, Tenn. Mrs. Jltn Crafton hns teen n- movccl from Memphis Baptist Hospital to her home nt 002 Hcnrn Street, where she Is recuperating. She underwent medical treatment In the Memphis hospital for 10 days. Miss,Alice Whltsltt has gone to Joneshoro where she will make her home with her sisters, Mrs. Joe Trice and Miss Belle WliltsilL Her apartment In the 'ingrain Building has been rented hy Mr. and Mrs. COURTS McAfee of Arlington, Tenn. The Robert Grimes, who already have baby, born Monday at Memphis moved there from the home they -• - - 2 30 p m TUESDAY Double G Club meeting with Miss Margaret Shaver. Mrs Murray Smart entertaining Tuesday Bridge Club Club Eight meeting with Mrs. Paul Jobe. WEDNESDAY Town and Country Club meeting with Mrs O W McCu' Mrs. J. E. Stevenson taining A.D.C. Club. Mrs W J Pollard entertaining Wednesday Bridge Club. Mission: Study Course nt Firs .Presbyterian Church, 7:30 p.'in. THURSDAY Thursday Luncheon Club meet ing! with Mrs. E. B. Gee. Mrs. Henry Humphreys enter taining Thursday Contract Club. Thiirsdaj Night Bridge Clu 'meeting ..with 'Miss Jane McAdams Mid-Week club meeting with Mrs B A. Lynch Mrs J C Ellis entertaining Oc- tette^ Luncheon Club. Mrs .Harry Weedman and Mrs. Frtu Smith entertaining Friendly Eight Club at Weedman home. FRIDAY ! - Methodist Hospital, hns nol yet been named. The McAfees have two olhcr hlldrcn, a ton r.nd a daughter. Irs. McAfee Is the former Miss rma Laura Barnes of Blythcvllle. G.N.B, Club Honored Mrs. Bill Cherry plnyed bunco ast night with members of the G. N. B. Club . when Mrs. Boycc Upore entertained the group at ic'r l?omc for their regular weekly party. Bunco prize \vss_ won by Mrs.' Cherry, high by Mrsyj.' P. Nolcn and low by Mrs. H. Cf Blankenslilp. A sandwich and salad plate was served with coffee. Mrs. Marsh Entertains When Mrs. Marsh yesterday entertained members of the Initial Club nt her home, she also was hostess lo four other guests, Mis. J. F. Nolcn, Mrs. Johhny Hlckmnn, Mrs.. Fred. .Boj'elt and Mrs. Joe Wegman. Bunco was played during the afternoon. High score prize was won by Mrs. Hlckmnn, low by Mrs. Nolcn, and bunco by Mrs. Herman May. The hostess served a salad plate with Iced -drinks. formerly owned at 209 East Davis, Mrs. Keren Gill of Little Rock has arrived to be with her daughter, Mrs. Jim Crnfton, who Is recuperating at her home following a stay In Memphis Baptist Hospital. Keeping Up With The Men In Service Mrs Chester Caldv.cH entertain- . t .'. . • n ... g chapter .'NV of. P. E. o., 2, Mrs. Little entertains p.- m. Initial Club meeting with Mis Herman May Mrs. Robert Wecdman entertaining G N B Club Mrs. , Ross Moore entertaining 1 G. If B Club r Woynifal? Members of the C. B. C. Club net yesteftlay atterncon with Mrs J. Little as hostess at her coun- ry home oil ..Highway. 01, North. In the bridge games played ilur- ng the afternoon, high score prize went to Mi's. Ross Moore, second li to RrYs. J. "t>. Smith and Mrs. O. O. Elkln's won bridge award. A dessert covirse was served. . Admitted Mrs Roy Sheppard, citv Dismissed: Mrs. B. H. Williamson, Tyler, Mo. Ernest Tate, Rt. 1, city. Roxie Fisher, Rt.;l,:city. Mrs. I. R. Morrison, city. I avonno Vlars, city Bill Crow, JoOlar Bluff, Mo. Mrs N B YounK city Blj-theville Hospital Mrs. David Logsd on, city. Admitted: Dismissed: Perrv Rothrock Jr., city. Bobble Jo Htgeins, city. Barbara Nell Higglns, city. Aviation Ciulct John G. Gay son of Mr. find Mrs. John W. Gay of 512 North First Street, Blythe- vllle, has arrived at Perrin Field Texas, lo begin 10 weeks of in 'etuive training that will lead to graduation as a flying officer ii (he mighty Army All 1 Forces. A-C Gay completed Ills prlmar training at El Reno, Okla. Llcnl. Fred P. Jacobs Jr., U.S.N ot Grldcr. hns returned-from a ton of combat duty In the Pacifi where .he (lew with the Navy's A! Group M, based aboard a large cai '.'lor of the Essex class. Lieutenant Jacobs, who is ? years old, completed 15 combat mis stons piloting a Grumman Hellca fighter. • * « •Marine Platoon Sergl. Willla Downing, whose wife, Mrs. Ros Downing lives at Manila, has grac ualed from the machine gun class of training command nt. Camp lejcunce, N. 0. : . i ' Graduates are trained to serve as machine gun squad and platoon non-commissioned officers. Pvt. Rene R. George of Blyths- villc Is a member of the 337th Wolverine Regiment, which recently took 3000-foot Mount Pratonc In the Gothic Line, digging German soldiers out of elaborate concrete pillboxes and earthworks on its forested slopes. The 331lh Infantry Regiment is In the 85th "Glister" Division, part of the Fifth Army in Italy with Col. Oliver W. Hughes of Memphis ns regiment commander. Private George's wife and son make their home in Blythevllle will be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. ; with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Aubrey Conway, while Mr. and George. Recent sessions ot Municipal Court have included a number of routine cases of public drunkenness, driving while under the Influence of liquor and disturbing the peace. In most of these the defendants forfeited bonds or were lined. Those arrested for more serious charges during the holiday season Included n inirnuer on charges o assault with a deadly weapon, in which most of the defendants paid flues of $50.nnd costs. These were convicted on tha charge: Leon Augustus, Willie Franks, Lena Holloway, Raymond Hillinrd, Mary Williams, Jessie, Gun nlngham, Tominlc Suyg and Lull Hell Henderson. These were convicted of assaul and battery charges: Arthur Komi xjwls Matheny, Pope Hargctt, Ah •cw Reginald, Donnle Blvens, Hill illlams, Knox Davis, Matthew nllh, Cordelia Jones, E. A. Wren elvln Davis, Will Thomas, Louis itchell, Baxter Canard, Rohci Voodmari, George Conley, Tom •lelson Jr. Others convicted of disturbing the eacc Included: Olllc Phillips. John Jlark, Tolly Peterson, Ollle Phillips, Vlll Patlon, Wesley Hancock, H. Vllder, Otis White, Joe A. Lewis, Bertie Jackson, Prlscllln Holloway, Otis White, Sam Lee Woodard, J. T. 'nrnbow, Robert Woodmorc, Ucg- ;te -Douglas, Charley Parr, James Irlggs, Mrs. Vera . Ferguson; Mrs, Ruth Taylor. , James Taylor Turnbaugh, D. Cri- icr, Joe Lee Rooter, Roy Ward. El : mer Bailey, James Glispce, Ada Ar- wld, Ernest Thornton, Ernest Lee Middleton, Robert Lee Carr Jr., Jcs- ie Holly, Bobbie Williams, Alice Parr, W. M. Russell, Henry'" Prlt- Bits of News Mostly Personal 4-H Banquet -leld Thursday At leachville There were 08 outstanding 4-H jlub members, with tlielr sponsors, ncsent Thursday night for a ban- net ut the Leachville gymnasium. Members attending were from the ollowlng clubs: Blackwater, Boyn- 011, Box Elder! Brown, Pawhce'n, taiman, Rocky, and Shady Grove. Guests of the County Farm Bureau, the meal was prepared by the iome Demonstration Club and served by the home economics girls. Before the banquet community singing and club songs were led by Howard Miles from the Shady Grove 4-H Club. During a business session the 1045 officers of the 4-H Club County Council for the clubs west of Big Lake were elected. They were: Or- vll Mnsscy of Shady Grove, president; H. C. Long of Redman, vice president; Stella Mae Hicks of Box Elder, secretary; Clifton Parker of Boynton, reporter; Alice McCann of Redman, song leader. Harold Chipman ol the Redman Club, was introduced as the oldest club member present. He Is now 17 years old and a club member for seven consecutive years. Softballs were presented as tro- Home Demonstration Notes Members of the Yarbro Home Demonstration Club met Wednesday with Mrs. Herbert Mullins. Two guests were present, together with 16 members. During the business meeting, ilans for the 1045 year's work were nade. Games were played during the social hour, with prizes awarded Mrs. Lee Stiles and Mrs. Elza Wheeler. Mrs, Mullins, assisted by her daughter, Mrs. J. W. WIdner of Portngevllle, Mo., served a sandwich plate with Iced drinks. The next meeting will be held Jan.' 23 at the home of Mrs Spencer Bunch. CHURCH NEWS chard, Leonard Manley, Raymond tale. Charges of driving while under he Influence ol liquor resulted In conviction of these, some of whom pliics for the Softball Tournament, hey were presented to the follow- ng clubs: 2nd place, A boys, Brown; st place, A girls, Blackwaler; 1st lace, B boys, Blackwaler; 1st place, girls, Blackwater. A talk of appreciation was made y Orvll Massey, newly elected presi- cnt, and the officers expressed their ppreclation for having been elected The calendar activities of the year ..-ill remain the same as'last year. The members voted to hold the 1945 Basketball Tournament at Gosncll. Miss Cora Lee Coleman, home demonstration agent, and Keith BI1- irey, farm agent, thanked the ofll- •ers and sponsors for their coopera- ion. There will be a council meeting ivery three months for the two 4-H Councils, on the west side of Big jike and on the cast side of Big :jikc, it was Announced. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schnlz and Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Tanner of Helena, arrived today to spend the weekend here. Mr. and Mrs. Schatz inicl and others appealed: John Dixon, Clifton Richardson, Shirley Snider, Robert S. Quyon, M. C. Mc- Ollsh, Noel Oliver, I/iron Robinson Fray Kent, Roosevelt Crcnshaw James Wheeler, J. R. Aycock, Ma rlon McClannhnn, Rcna Armstrong Hugh Bunch, Bert Cole, J. L. Beck ham. Petit larceny chiu'&es were'.placet against these, who were convicted Anderson Davis. Robert Lee ; Car ter, Henry Perdue, Mary Kathcrin Atkins. Carrying a weapon, resulted 1 these being tried: Chester Baldwin Emma Fox, Charley Scales, Will] Russell. Reckless driving charge, A. -] Call; selling whisky without a .11 cense, Mary Doyle, Louise Rockct.t/i Carrie Campbell. .. ,<*.'• Leo Aycock was fined on. a malicious mischief charge; James Marin Hill, for alleged panhandling; C. L. Wilson, .for possessing un- tnmpcd cigarettes; . Robert Lee "rlmblc, speeding; Frank Leonard Hock, vagrancy. BAPTIST CHAPEL Lilly Street Sunday school, 9:30 a. m. Russell augh, Supt. Preaching Service, the Rev. M. E. Vlles. B. T. u., fi:l5 p, m. Miss Sarah ranees Rowland, director. FULL GOSPEL TABEHNACLE Ira M. iirycc, pastor Sunday School, 0:45 a, in. Hoy Hundley, • Supt. Morning worship, 11 a. in. Ser- lon by pastor. Young People's meeting, 7 p. in. Orchestra will begin playing at :45 p. m. Evangelistic service, 8 p. m. Mid-week services Tuesday and Friday, 8 p. m. Radio broadcasts, Monday arid Friday, 2:30 p. in. A friendly welcome to nil. LAKE STREET METHODIST CHURCH Church School, 9:50 a.m. Iversoi Morris, supt. Morning Worship, 10:45 a.m "Why Was Jesus a Man of Sor rows"? pastor's subject. Emphasis will be given to th Crusade for Christ in this service. Youth Fellowship groups, 0:3 p.m. Evening Worship, 7:30 p.m. "Fu! filling the Loyal Law," pastor's sub iect. Wcsleyan ' Guild, Tuesday night, 8 o'clock. Church night, Wednesday, 1:30 p.m. Cub Scouts and Pack Meeting Thursday, 8 p.m.. ST. STEPHEN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH Sixth and Walnut Streets Tliomas B. Smyllie, Jr., minister 9:30 a.m. Church School and Holy Baptism. , 7:30 p.m. Evening Prayer and Ser- Ed FIRST ASSEMBLY OF COD CHURCH Seventh and Ash Sis. Rev. L. C. Ramsey, pastor Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Bratcher, supt. Worship .service at 11 a. m., sermon by pastor. Radio Program 2 p. m. C. A.'s meet at 6:30 p. m. with Mrs. Lucille Gentry, president. Evangelistic service, 7:30 p. m. Mid-week services Tuesday and Friday, 7:30 pi in. Welcome to every service of the church. CHURCH 'OF THE NA/ARENE F, W. Nash, pastor 9:45 a.m. Sunday School. 10:50 a.m. Morning Worship. The pastor will preach. 7 p.m. Service for young people. 7:45 p.m. Evening Service. The pastor will preach. 1:45 p.m. Wednesday evening, Mid-Week Prayer Meeting. All services are being held temporarily in the Armory building. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES Woman's Clubhouse 141C W. Main "Sacrament", is the subject of the Lesson-Sermon which will be read In all churches and Societies ot the Church of Christ, Scientist, on Sun- ( ( day. The Golden Text Is: "The him* • cometh, and now is, when the true worshippers shall worship the Father in spirit and in truth; for the Father seeketh such to worship him." John 4:23. Among the citations which comprise the Losson-Sermon is the following from 'the Bible: "And as they were eating, Jesus took bread, and blessed it, and brake it, and gave ,il to his disciples, and said. Take, eat; this is my body." Matthew 26:20. AT FIRST* 510!) OF A CALVARY EPISCOPAL CHURCH Osceola Thomas B. Smythe, Jr., minister 11 a.m. Holy Communion and Sermon. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Kev. Harvey T. Kirfcl, minister 9:45 a. m., Sunday School. II a. in., Morning Worship. 5 p. m., Vesper Service. 6 p. m., Pioneers. Wednesday I 7:30 p. m.. Prayer Meeting. YARBRO METHODIST CHURCH D. G. Hlndmnn, pastor Church School, 10 a. m. Worship Service, 11 a.'m. W.S.C.S: .meeting at church Thursday afternoon, 2 p. m. Board of Stewards meeting Wednesday 'night, 7:30 p. m., at home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Koonce, 308 South Division. , Why the Home Front Must Tighten Up jRSfla^ Temperatures High I Atlanta 58 Augusta 61 Birmingham 64 Charleston 57 Charlotte 50 Chattanooga 52 Chicago 40 Cincinnati 4A Denver ; 60 Detroit 40 'jnckr.Tnville Gil ^Tallahassee —.... 05 iKnnsas City 52 'Macon '.. 56 Memphis :.... 53 Miami : ,..: 11 tontgqmcry 67 lew Orleans ............ 10 -few- York ;;.'.'...,..;;... 39 San Antonio 64 Savannah 06 'ampa 72 iVnshlnglon 42 Dallas 67 louston ...: .uxoro Scouts Planning lanquet For Parents • Members of Boy. Scout Troop 35 U Luxora Held. their regular mectr ng Wednesday night at the Luxora Scout hut under the supervi- •=1.011 of W. E. Head, scoutmaster. Bobby Yalcs, n new member has completed his Tenderfoot work am will be formally Included Into the ticou next Wednesday night. For the musical part of the program the new song leader, Tommy Stanford, led the boys In singing 'Hiking." The educational part, o the program was hi the' form! of a 'ball game", the ball being questions on states and their capitals and also right or wrong on scout requirements. James Lloyd and Roy Owens Jr. were captains of the teams, with Lloyds team winning by nine "runs." Plans were discussed for n parents night and banquet to be held soon. It also is planned to have another Court of Honor in February in which Scouts and Scout leaders of all South Mississippi County will rllcipatc. .osf Cane CJub Women foW Meeting Thursday The Lost Cane Home Demonstrn- on Club met Thursday nt noon or a potluck luncheon at the club louse. There were 20 members pres- nt who answered roll call by tell- ig the advantages of keeping rec- rds on the farm and home activi- ies. Several chairmen made a brief eport and gave a plea for each Jackson Little Rock Shreveport " 69 63 60 45 45 53 42 39 45 30 30 36 25 45 45 28 47 39 51 5G 61 35 47 45 49 38 38 55 50 44 43 FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH E. C. Brown, pastor Baptist Hour over WBEC, 7:3C a. m. Sunday School, 9:40 a. m. P. J Deer, Supt. Morning worship, broadcast ove KLCN, 10:50 a. in. Sermon by pastor. B. T. U. 6:30 p. m. Evening worship service, 7:3 p. m. Special itiiislc, "Seeking for Me, Alvin Huffman Jr., and choir. Sermon by pastor. •. Baptismal service. Fellowship service for all service men, their wives and friends immediately following preaching service. WEDNESDAY 1 p. m. S. S. 666 GoU Pieparatians as directed USE Office Training Shorthand, Bookkeeping and Typing MRS. L. M. BURNETT 1010 Hearn Phone 3270 PROMISED LAND METHODIST CHURCH D. G. llimlmim, pastor Church School, 10 a. m. Worship Service. 7:30 p. m. W.S.C.S. meeting at church, Thursday afternoon, 2:30 o'clock. First Quarterly Conference nt church Sunday afternoon, Jan. 21 at 2:30 p. m. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH S. B. Wilforrt, pastor Church School, 9:45 a. in. U. S. Branson, supt. Morning Worship, 10:55 a. m. Junior'Fellowship, T p. m. Evening Service. 7:30 ,p. m. Choir Rehearsal, Wednesday, 1:30 p. m. licers meeting. 7:30 p. Teachers and Of- Mici-wcek. prayer 8:10 p. m. Choir practice. Hoacjjand Rites WillJSe Held At Osceola Sunday ville, and Wallace Shinn of the Navy, and two sisters, Mrs. Charles Young'of Osceola and Mrs. Rachel Gentry of Louisville. Swift Funeral Home is in charge. FIRST CHRISTIAN 'CHURCH R. Scott Baird, Minister ISlyfliEVille, Arkansas Bible School, 9:45 a.m. Morning worship with Communion and sermon, 10:50 a.m. The sermon will be ''And-' When H6'- Came to Himself.'" ' ' Christian Youth Fellowship for Intermediates at 3:30, and for Se nlors at 6:00 p.m. Wednesday evening church service at 7:30. The Bible Study wil toe on Mark 3. . ... Everyone is cordially invited. ' Mrs. Maggie Wilma lloagland died last night at the home of her sis- tcr-in-law, Mrs. Wallace Shinn of Odceoia, where she made her home. She was 44. Ill several weeks, her death fol lowed that of her husband, Thomas AETNA LIFE & ACCIDENT INSURANCE CO. E. H. FORD, Representative 206 Lynch Bldg. Choose Your VALENTINES While stocks arc new and complete! Priced .10c to 51 The Gift Shop .Modem & Antique Gltti MOSS BRYAN Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00. . ; fJISTEN TO KLCN, .;' :00 a.m. -12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. Saturday Rootin Tootin Rhythm with Gene Aulry and Smiley Biirnettc Serial: "Black Arrow" H and Short Con.'Showing Sal'day 1:00 lo'vi:30 Hoajjlnnd, by n year. i Bonv in Louisville, Miss., she was reared there. She lived at Wilson 11 years before moving to Osceola a fear ago. Funeral services will be held tomorrow afternoon, 3 o'clock, at the Osceola Methodist Church by the Rev. Ear) Cravens, pastor, with burial at Ermcn Cemetery. She is survived by her mother, Mrs. Georgia Ann Shinn of Louis- club member to begin her project early. It was brought out in Ihe discussion by Mi's. Bob Vcnch that eggs sell for flvc cents apiece in the winter months and at 15 cents or 20 ccnls a dozen during the laic spring and summer months. This is conclusive evidence, she said, that Ihe poultry program should be started early on each farm. That the club might have some extra funds In the treasury, it was voted to have a pie supper at the school gymnasium the night of Jan. 11. Mrs. Ruby Veach presided over the business session. SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS properly designed, are remembered always. Our flowers are always fresh, and all work Is guaranteed to please, fet our expert designers help you with your floral needs. FLOWER SHOP F.T.I). Service We Deliver Anywhere Th. 491 Mrs. 3. M. (Mac) Williams, owner Glencoe Bldg. 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