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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, June 24, 1944
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f AGE TWO BLYTHEV7LLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Up-to-Minute Olden times Coming EveoU MONDAY Lake Street Methodist Church W 3. C. S; meeting at church for Business session, 2:30 pm, Woman's Auxiliary, First Presbyterian Cburch, haying "Clean Up Day" Monday at church, 10:30 a.m t Fiist Christian Church's new ant old executive boards having luncheon meeting;.home of Mrs. J. C Ellis, 10 a.m. Circle's of W.W.U. First Baptist Church meeting: circle 1, Mrs. 0 E, Edds; 2, Mrs. E. F. Blomeyer Mrs: J. H. Seaman; 4,.Mrs. Robert Grimes; 5, Mrs.: Joe McFal). .TUESDAY Mrs.' N. J, Humphrey entertaining G. N.-B Club. LaNeuve club meeting with Mrs Melvin ifalsell. WEDNESDAY Club Eight meeting with Mrs. Otto Scrape. Friendly Seven Club meeting with Mrs. ilrhmle-Terrell. FRIDAY Mrs. Eub Reynolds entertaining Initial Club. Initial Club Resumes Weekly Bunco Parties Mrs. Johnny Hickmnn was hostess to the Initial Club yesterday aitonoon for the first pnrty this group has had In three weeks ue- cause of the death of Mrs. Lyflla Sprayberry, mother of a member, Mrs. Lane Nowell. Besides the club members she also entertained Mrs. Johnny Hickman and Mrs. Raymond Coppie. .Bunco-prize went, to Mrs. Herman May; high to Mrs. Nowell and low to Mrs. Conple. Bits 0f News y Personal Miss Betty Broolfs Isaacs went to Memphis Thursday to spend several daysr as guest of her cousin, Miss Jane Thorne. Mrs. J. C. Ellis and !vfrs. Campbel spent Thursday in Memphis. Miss Donna Wimderlich Is visit.' ing relatives in St. Petersburg, Fla. • : : The Rev. R. S. Balrd has (joneto Lakeside, 'Ohio, to attend: a National... ghrlstian Youth Planning ConferehCe'-.until July 1 '•:MrsVjV^le Jackson of Osceola spent .tctdiy here as guest of Mr and MrglHarry Kirby i : Tecl\\4pergt. Leonaru Oldham. who isv.wlth the Rall-Transporta lion Office stationed at Thermal Calif.,'left Thursday for hfc, post after having ueen guest of Miss Virginia-Martin and hei mother Mrs. S. p. Martin and his pal ents al Steele, Mo Miss Martin ac companiedihim to Memphis, • Mrsr-fcharles Hill of Gars Tnd is guest of her mother, .Mrs.', Ada .Carter and her sister, Jvfrs. clar- ence Cummings, for several days. /Mrs.. Eugene McGInley spent a brief time, this week here as .Ruest of Mrs. S. p. Martin and family. Mrs. -McGInley, niece of the late Dr. Martin, has oeen living in Memphis while Colonel Mc- Gmley -was stalibne'd there with the Second- Army but he now is In the South,Paciilc and she is returning to her,home In Lebanon Mo., until, his return. ; .Mrs. s. • .B, .Wllford and.daiigh- ter, Annr:.have'returned from De- trolt w!iere-they%pehtr- a -week with relalives. Tn e y were accompanied home by Mrs. Wilfonb sister Mrs Aubrey Colley, : a n d son, Jack, who spent sever_al days "here before eo- luR to -Mayfield; Ky. , ^Condition of J. M. Fowler, who has been •- critically ill for m«re than a-week, was no better this morning,. He is at Blyth'evllle Hos- pltfll. . ,' • . . Donald Hickman, apprentice seaman attending school al Monticello under the V-12 program, is guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs E B. Thomas. i,™'' an .2 Mrs ' R - L - SKxkM M T?^ their suests for a «elc, rf' £ p shcrman of Memphis and Mrs. D. L. Oakley Jr." of Paris, Term., W ho arrived Tuesday. Tech. Sergt. Paul Kirkindall of FriT C ™V> C "> R y- will leave Friday after having been guest of r 1 ^ 61 "' Mre - ^ed Kirkindall. Conation „! Russell Gaines, who • xl"?, ent an °P era « 0 » yesterday a. Walls Hospital, is very good. Assigned to WAC Unit P\'t. Willie J. Crowe of the Wom- ^nrt M n "L C 5 rp ?' dau Bht«r of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Spain, Route 3, Blythe- vJile, has been assigned to WAC Detachment. 4134th AAF Base Unit, ne Wash. She has been sto- For Your Buffet on the 4th Serve Gal a Grenadine Punch By GAYNOB MADVOX NBA Staff \VrlUr For Ihe jwrch or lawn buffet on July 4th, here are suggestions from the entering specialists of a series of noted restaurants. Keep refreshments simple. Hnve a largo bowl of Point]) of July punch (grenadine and fruit), special vn- ntlla-currnnl jelly layer cuke squares, white mint patties, cherry gumdrops. Taltc Uecoralion In. a circular scheme around a white punch bowl arranged, first white cups, then coke squares on blue or red plates. Rosettes, mndc l>y placing n blue or red candle In a red gmmlrop nnd .surrounding ench with b white mints nre then arranged around the plates. Cross little American fines and arrange about table, nine bachelor buttons or other blue flowers should be used. July 4th Grenadine I'uicli (Serves 12) One-half cup orange juice (l orange), 1-2 cup lemon juice (2 lemons), 1-3 cup lime juice lines), 1-2 cup (1-2 grapefruit), grapefruit juice -- - . I to 1-2 cups grenadine, for sweetening and red coining. Ice water, ! qtmrt cnr- bonatcd wafer, 1-2 cup quartered fresh strawberries. Squeeze ornngcs, lemons, limes and grapefruit until desired qti<m- - - ........... M ,,. kli - (.iiv; UIIJIK. ^ of J" lce fs obtained. Mix. berries. Makes Serve fircll.-KllllC 1'lllicll, ;uul Gala Kroslcd Squares fitr Urn Fourth of July buffet. Add enough ic« water to make 1 quart of liquid in all. When ready to serve, place In punch bowl with a block of ice or sufficient Ice cubes to chill. Lastly, ulil carbonated water, pouring a from a height to add sparkle- to the drink. Garnish with straw- quarts of punch. Reiser News MISS DORIS NICHOLS WEDS EARLE SOI.DIEH Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Nichols of Reiser announce the marriage if their daughter, Miss Doris jflchois to Tech. Sergt. Gentry Sims, son of Mr, and Mrs. R C Sims of Enrle. The marrlngo was solemnized Saturday, June 17, HI Wynne. Mrs. Bcrnice Sims served as mn- ron of honor nnd Mr. Sims ivns ils brother's best man. The bride was graduated from feiser High School and attended Ouachita College, Arkadelphla Sergeant Sims recently returned o the United States after having eau In foreign service for four ears. He will report to Miami, Ha., for rders within a short time ami his >rlde will continue to make her home at Kclser where she is connected with Kelsei- Supply Company. LOCKESBTJRG GIRL BRIDE OF REISER. MAN j Ml* 1 ! Nelda Matiririe Kroger'"bf Lockesburg, Ark., became the bride of Robert Francis Nichols, sou of Mr. and Mrs. Charles L. Nichols \fondas, June 12, at the hom e of the. biiuc's mother, Mrs Bessie I. ; Kroger The Rev. Gray Wilson, pastor oi tie Methodist clnirch, performed :tlie ceremony. Preceding (tie service, Mrs. Harry Wayne Smart presented a program of nuptial music during which Mrs. James Coulter and Mis. bride- Nichols, sister of th groom, lighted the tapers. The bride wore a white eyelet embroidered organdy with white accessories and carried n white prayer book topped with orclvVa from which fell a shower ol slc- phnnotis. j Miss Ollie Mae Parker of Dc-i Queen,, bridesmaid, wore a frock of aqua linen and curried a colonial bouquet of marigolds, gardenias and cornflowers. ! Stuart P. Norwood, brothcr-ii law of the brldo, served as best A reception followed the rites at which Mrs. Sam Pnckclt Jr of Pine Bluff, sister of the bride, and Mrs. Robert Childs, slsfcr of the bridegroom, presided at the refreshment, table. After a wedding (rip, Mr. and Mrs. Nichols will make their home at Keiser. Dell News The Woman's Missionary Union of Dell Baptist Church met at the home of Mrs. B. H. Harrell for a Hoyal Service program. The devotional was given by Mrs . Lewis, followed by sentence prayers. . Mrs. Allen Hrmlln was In charge of the program "His Mighty Acts in Mid-America", assisted by Mrs. Carl Popple who spoke on "Mexico, Mrs. c. A, Sjiiitb who dis- At the Hospital* Klylhevillc Hospital Admitted- Mrs, ii' c. Porter, city. Mrs. L, I, Richardson, city. Carolyn Bounds, city. Dismissed— Undsey Griffin, uwora. Mary Johnson, city. Walls Hospital Admitted— Russell dalnes, city. Mrs' Merwln ailless, city. Mrs. Joe Hoffslutler, ril. 1, city Cnrmlne Johnson, Sicele, Mo Dismissed— John Brock, Manila. Mrs. Waller llemoii, city. J O. Simmons, Dell Mrs. P, w. WaltriD, Kclser' Afrmiihls St Joseph's Hospital Admitted— Mtiry Louise Edwards, city. Memphis liaptlst Hospital Admitted— Builey Alfonl, city. Mis. If. p. Adams, Kclser M. C. Hell, city. Wllllfim Edwards, city. Men In Service W. E. Cherry, in England seven months, Inis been promoted to the rank of staff sergeant, Mrs. Cherry has been Informed. He Is with the Army Air Corps, Mrs. Joe R. King IMS received word that her son, Sergt. Te<j G. King, has arrived overseas. He ii with the 00th Division in England His brother, Sergl. Burks J King Is stationed In Hawnll. After complctlgn 45 bombing missions as co-pilot, Lieut. Howard Fmby, S on O f Mr. and Mis. Frisi)v Sr., formerly of Illylheville and now of Memphis, Is being sent to Cnira, Egypt, to the famous rest ciunp for service men. Joe W, Yatcs, chief warrants officer, has been promoted to ad- mmlstrntive Inspector of the -Home, stead Army Air Hnsc at Homestead, Fla. Mr. Ynt&i Iras been assistant inspector for the past years. Pvl. Joseph Donald Greemvell lias arrived in England, lie has Informed hist ynrenli. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Oreenwell. In the Army 18 months Key. C. n. Magcc. The hostess served Ice cream and cooklos. I tor of Mrs. j. . meetlnBWlll beat the home Gordon. WAVE Francaise Meetings Order of Eastern star meeting at Hall Tuesday 8 p. m . Read Courier News Want Ada The Gift Shop Modern and Antique Gilts COSMETICS BABY GIFTS Greeting Curds Novclllcs A GIK For Everybody BUg. PboDe 22H MOSS BRYAN Two Great Closing REVIVAL SERVICES Hear HARRY WILSON BAKER Sunday-]] a.m. and 8 p.m. Full Gospel Tabernacle L%*Vfn.Sh. Clifford Thacker, Pastor Chic in while blouse ami shorts, Madeline Porlalls, of Prance's "Service Feminities dc La Flalle," gives landing instruction lo incoming pilots from control tower of Gibraltar airfield. Her organization corresponds to U. S, Navy's WAVES. « » 9 * "Take a Tip . . . ' 'in With "Crip" Is seeking He-Election as Secretary of State on his well-known record of service and achievement anil NOT BECAUSE HE IS A CRIPPLE • « • * "TAKE A TIP-WIN AGAIN WITH 'CRIP'" to go overseas for service af- rmvlng been stationed in.New City. Although only 21'years •'«, lieutenant Bright pilots this >lime, with a 95-loot wingsprcad ind which carries a maximum of 7G men or a cargo totaling 8000 pounds. Lieutenant Bright was graduated from Blylheville 'nigh School and attended University of Arkansas where lie was presented a plaque.Tor the best all-around sill- .deut.iln his agricultural'.fraternity Sylvester L. Johnson has been promoted lo rank of corporal it lins been (inimmicct! nt; Gowcu SATURDAY, JUNE'2<J, ARMORED knights niountei. oii steeds ride by cheering crowds lining streels of eablec Imiiscs !n tills unusual crepe conversation piece print by Mary Lee. Tlie staiiliiifs dc- sitn, patterned after an old jmiseum print of a gala medieval festival, adds style-plus to the simple summer frock. Field, Idaho. Now a gunner on a B-24 Llbera tor nt the Idaho air base, Corpora Johnson formerly was employed by Arkansas-Missouri Power Comuan lere. Dndlo waves have approximate!} tlio same .speed as light—180,30 nlles a second. CHURCH NEWS I'TKST METHODIST CHURCH S. B. VVilford, pasior Church school. 0:45 a. m. U. S ransoii, supt. Church, 10:S5 a. m. Layman': Day address, Caroll Watson of Os cola. Church 1:30 p. m. Sermon b> jeorge II. Marre with the service o be held on the church lawn. Choir rehearsal, Wednesday, p. m. -WANTED Experienced nieat-.cutter to manage market in Osceola, Ark. Salary and.coinmksIon.^Apply Kroger Manager," "Osceola, or* write Box 159, Jonesboro, Ark. QUESTIONS FOR TOOK GATHINGS "' JH '" V " IC ' »f in 1930? Fail- Why ,l!d he vote for the Hatch Acl which K i rcs tl,c Kdler-il o'sj^S J?,"?' C ° nlr01 ° f ° llr S ' ate d£cUo ' ls - Thh ,.l lookL™ of bt.ite.s R, B |,ts from us a,«i gave them to ll, e Federal Government llfe^'llk''.!!.,! 10 ™r on 0 ™,!" 5 bi " '° 1>ens1on llitnsclf for tllc rcsl of " i! = ciHln, if "/ *,; P6r s ' ea - r '"" nal salisr >' him so '"= voted to pension lumsclt for the rest of his life. lessTlri,, 1 "/.' hB V ?, lC l0 . S ' np selli "^»-heat for feed in the South for es,s thai, tic ,, ilr | 1} . pricc on cor|1? T|)js yo( intcrcit of lh« law nuliers of the North a ,,,l against the farmers o^ the South. woul^i ti ' d '' e V °l? * s * hKi (he sol ' 1!cr volc I>"1 "« 13*2? This hill u.ul.1 nave, iicrnutted soldiers to vote without payment of poll lav rook docs not trant.lhc soldiers (o vote. He his done so much to limilcr our ,v ;lr effort that he is afraid of the soldier vote. m,,<i?Y' idl ,"V 0 ' e , aB;l! " Sl lhc bl " " aJ ' in K sollliers S300 when i, islcred out? Iocs he think ll, 3 | $50 per n,o»t), is plenty for our uo>s in lhc fox holes imd on the Invasion beaches around the world when thousands of war workers arc making more 1)1.111 $100 a week? Why did he vole against TVA when he was the only Democrat in Congress who voted .is lie did? "imuirai in l,[^f !™it' S ' 1C "f "'"VVV* WhC " l " at ls tl>c °" ls ' wa >' " 1C f "'"« »'"1 nts f.imily can hive lights and modern convctiicnccs in the home'.' dnnT'rl'Vr 1 KEAar , c hvo of "'e fwlcsl lhi,, ss (|, a t have ever been ilniit | for the people by any governmcnl in the world. They are both self uiiiHlalmff a«d self supj,orlii w and not one dollar of tax money lias been or will ev( .. r be used to pay for these. All of the above have been supported by the Dcmocralic majority in Congress and part of them including TVA have been supported by belli Democrats mid Itepuhlicam with the exception of i few who arc (led up with wealthy corporations. pathiuBs has never nasseil a single bill in congress that has bcm of benct.t to (he people of this district. lie never has secured a single defense plant for this district The lower house pawed a bill appropriating mure than one linn- .Ire. milhon dollars for drainage nnd Hood control h, Arkansas but (..itlim.cs was unable to obtain any of this for this district Thk Congressional District is the largest one in the state and has more ilrainage district-s and levees than any other dislrict, but Gathin« fo" Ihls'disTr^fl 181 " 1S P ' lrly S ° m " Ch lh!lt hC COUl< ' "°' * cl a " y "^ ONB HUNDRED DOLLARS REWARD 1 will pay ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS REWARD lo any [icrson, church, club, or ofher organization n-ho will persuade Took Gainings to meet me on the slump in joint discussion »r the issues of this cam- paiffn in every Counly Seat in this district. W. 0. IRBY Candidate for Congress ' '' l ' na . blc<d discllss the issu( ' s 3ni1 <Icfcl » I » ?' 1 ! ' aVC tlle abilll> ' to mect mc ma " on * n « 1S ' 1C "J" llly '° (:lkl! care of yoar fntcrcsts Respeclfslly yours, ; "-- \V. O. IRBT. ST. BTEPHEN'H EPISCOPAL CHURCH SlxUi and Walnul Thomas B. Smyth* Jr., minister 11:00 a. m. morning prayer and sermon, Thursday, St. Peter's Day, 8:00 a. m., Holy Communion. E STREET METHODIST Bates Sturdy, pastor Church school, 9:50 o. m. Iverson Morris, supt. Morning worship, 10:45 a m "A Word About Temptation" pastor's -subject. Junior, Intermediate and Senior Youth Fellowship, 7 p. m. Evening worship, 8 o'clock' Special sneaker. This church goes to the air base Tuesday, 1:30 u. m. Prayer meeting, Wednesday 8 p. in. FIRST BAPTIST CHUBCIf E. C. Brown, pastor Sunday School, 9:30 a.m. Phillip J. Deer, supt. Morning Worship, 10:45 am Anthem, "When Children Pray" Penner Choir. Trio, '.'Softly and Tenderly," Mrs rtus-sell Fan-, Mrs. Charles Bltiker Mrs. George Lee. Sermon, pastor. Triilnlng Union, 7:00 p m R L Sherrick, director. Evening Worship, 8:00 p.m Sermon, pastor. Fellowship Hour _ Immediately following evening worship. All service men, their wives, their friends and nil the young people are invited to attend this service. FIRST PRESB-HTBRIAN CHURCH Harvey T. Kidd, minister Sunday school, 9:45 a. m Marnnlg worship, 11 a. m. Young People's meeting, 7pm Evening service, 3 p. m. Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, 7:30 p. m. Choir.rehearsal, 8:15 p. m. FIKST ASSKMULV OP GOD CHURCH 7th and Asli Sis, H. E. Slmms, pastor Sunday school, 8:45 n. m. Morning worship, n a. in. Radio program, 2 p. m. C. A. class, 7 p. m. Evangelistic service, 8:15 p m Evangelist Fern Huffstuttler In charge of revival services every night except Saturday on church lawn. FUU, OOPEI. TABERNACLE tlly and Vine Sis. Clifford I,. Thaclter, pastor Sunday school, 9:45 a. m Preaching, n a . m. Sermon: W)iy Does God Allow Christians to Suffer?" By Evangelist Harry Wilson Baker. Jr. P.Y.p.A.,, 0:30 p. m. Sr, P.Y,p.A.,7p. m . Evangelistic service, 8pm Sermon "Christ's Greatest Question:' Evangelist Baker. Young People's service, Tuesday 8 p. m. Prayer meeting, Friday, 8 p. m. CHAPEL Sunday School, 9:30 a.m. Russell augh, supt, Training Union, 6:45 pm Miss Sarah Prances Rowland, director. YAHBRO METHODIST CHURCH 1>. 0. Iliiiilman, pastor Church Scliool, 9:55 n m. Paul Abbott, supt. Worship Service, 11:00 a.m. W. S. C. S. Thursday, Church 2'30 p.m. Mrs. w. A, HollingsHwtli, pres. PROMISED LAND METHODIST CHURCH Church Scliool, 9:55 n m Felly Hill, supt. Youth Fellowship, 7:30 p.m. J. Sykes, councillor. Worship Service, 8:15 p.m. W. S. C. S. Church Friday, 2-30 p.m. J'IKST CHHISTAIN CHUIit'II It. S, fsalrd, minister Sunday school, 9:45 a. in. Worship service, 10:50 a. in. Pvt. Russell Clark of Blythcvllle Army Air Field, assistant to the chaplain, will speak. Mrs. W. D. Colo will sing. The Intermediate Christian Youth Fellowship will meet M 4:15 p. in. at church. There will be no service Wednesday night. The high school Christian Youth Fellowship will meet nt 0 p. in. (it church. CALVARY EPISCOPAL CHURCH Osceola Thomas R Siuy'.he Jr., minister 7:30 p., m., Holy Communion ami sermon. Tnwsdny, St. Pelcr's Day. : 10:00 a, in., Holy Communion. W(CW GUM Try a .stick of HOl'CItU; (lien You'll ask for tins flue K mn again. YOU WILL LIKE TEE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE'MONITOR • An In/eriiatianal Daily Nrn/spdpcr for these four important differences: - NO SENSATJONALISM-NO CRIME-NO ANIMOSITY THOROUGH NEWS ANALYSIS BY EXPERTS MORB EXCLUSIVE FOREIGN K DOMESTIC COVERAGE CAREFUL CHECK ON NEWS FOR ACCURACY The Chmiijtl StWr On.. No,w», S.™.,. lio Publrslima »«M JH2.00 » Ytar, or jfl-.OO . Monlh Saturday I»u«, ihcluding Magazine Seclion, $2.60 , Year Introductory Offer, C Saturday I,s,, e j 25 Ctnts Addrei* . 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