The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 15, 1944 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, July 15, 1944
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TWO BLYTHEVILLB (ABK.) COURIER NEWS Coming Event* MONDAY • Circle Two. Calvary Baptist Church .meeting at home of Mrs. O 1 \,, McDell, 3.p. m, Executive Board of Women's Auxiliary of; First' -Presbyterian Church meeting st church, 2:30 p. tit-., with circle meetings nt 3 p. in., followed by Auxiliary program at 3:30 p. m. \ Women's Missionary Union, First Baptist Church, meelinfe nt clnirch for-Royal Service program, 2:30 P. m. Women's Society of Christian Service, First Methodist. Church, meeting in circle groups as follows: Circle l, Mrs. Co!email Stevens Jr., 3u m , Circle 2, Mrs. W. C. Hig- Elnson, 10 a. m.; Circle 3, Mis. James Smotlierman, 10:30 a m.\ Circle 4, Mrs.-A.. M. Butt, 3 p. m.; Circle 5, Mrs. Ralph Berryman, 3 p, in.; Circle fir Mrs. George Hamilton, 3 p. m. • '. ' Women's Society of Christian Service, Lake Street Methodist, Church, meeting af'church, 2:30 )), m. TUESDAY Mrs. Coleman Stevens Jr., enter- uiinlng La Neuve Club. Double G Club meeting with Mlts Margaret Shaver. Mrs. J. F. Nclen entertaining G, N. B. Club . • .': . WEDNESDAY Club Eight meeting with Mw, Paul Jotpe. . , Miss Edythe George entertaining Friendly Seven Club. '•.; : THURSDAY Friday Luncheon Club meeting with; Mrs.' Marvin. Nu'.m, FRIDAY Mrs Paul Klmbro entertaining O.B',C. Club. 400 Club meeting with Mrs. Frank Brown. Miss Haley Is Honored At/Evening Bridge Party Mts. c. M. Smart nntl Mrs, MoyU Sticknion .entertained three tables of guests lost night at the Stlckmon home In special conTpll- meiit to Miss Carolyn Haley, whose marriage to J..Wilson Henry will be Solemnized on'July 2C. A^piiik and white color scheme was|; carried out with the use of giant pink zinnias, pink rosebuds nnd'; white daisies. The handmade :al!ies. emphasized .the bridal motif withy wedding bells arid orange blossoms. <r ' A' dessert course was served. Hi^h score prize went to Mrs. E. C. Fleeinan of Manila, and second higri to Mrs. V. O. Holland, while the '.guest; of honor was presented wifli'a card table'f of her hostesses. Mrs. Fleeman and Mrs. Bob Mc- Khmon of Manila, -were out-of- town guests. '.•'•••.• Mrs. Allen Is Hostess .,' Mrs B. J. Allen Jr., entertained with a bingo party and shower, last night at her rhome on-Highway 61 South, for Mrs. Edwin Stewart and Mrs.- Jack. chambUn. Summer flowers were arranged throughout the house where guests spent several hours playing bingo. • Traveling prize was won by Miss Beulah Mulllns and high score by Miss Jane Castllo. A frozen fruit salnj with Iced drinks was served. The guests o[ honor were presented with an assortment of gifts from the 12 present. -' • • • i [%, Mrs. Smith Entertain Mr, and Mrs. J. D. Smith entertained members of the Past. Mat- ron's' and Past Patron's Club last night at their home. , In -the absence or the president, Mrs.LUllan Alfoj-d, Mrs. J. A, Saliba presided Aver the brief- business session. -•'.-: During the social hour, bunco was"played, with traveling prize won by Mrs. Ruth Kyle, high score for the women,' Mrs. Saliba, and high; score among the men, Raleigh Sylvester. Defense stamps were given as'prizes. A salad plate with Iced drinks vr.s served. " * * • Announce Birth Of Son Corp. and Mrs. James E. Thompson, formerly of Blythevllle and now. of Tampa, Fla.. announce the liirth of a son Saturday afternoon at the Drew Field Army Air Base Hospital in Tampa. The baby, their first child, has been named James Honald. Mrs. Thompson Is the former Miss Mary Fllzabeth Hawkins. 400 Club Has Party All members of the 400 Club were present yesterday afternoon when Mrs'.: Jerr v Hearn entertained the croup nt her home for an afternoon of Liverpool rummy. Mrs. Hearn had high score for the'afternoon; and Mrs. Tim Es- fes was second high. A dessert course was served. BY Kl'SIE KINAKI) •NBA Staff. Writer NEW YORK-Some of this summer's most elegant duds have everything but the artists' signatures to prove that the hand-painted look is the real McCoy. Although the boys with the palettes nnd.the blushes have painted almost everything that ladles wcnr-frocks, Mouses, swim Wits, sun dresses, stockings, sweaters, handkerchiefs, bags and lloves. Blouses teem to benefit moat from all ol this to-do. When a chntky white rayon crepe blouse, for Instance, Is the canvas on which a brilliantly colored cock fight is hand-painted, as In the Tliia Loser-designed classic at left,. It is, a brilliant addition to any wardrobe, with or without the fiery sequins which add sparkle lo the motifs. And for something spectacular In rayon Jersey there Is the blouse fll the right—designed by Miss Loser for either daytime or evening wcar-whlch lias nn nil over hnml-pniiitcd design of (roptcal flowers n muted shades of rose. Those who live an n budget, will find the elegant nlr brush nnd screen-printing less costly than linnd-pauitlng. Paint Brush Prints Baptist Girls Enlerlain Members ot the Junior Oils Hass of Calvary Baptist Church entertained members of the junl'ir 3oys Class of the church, and tlielr flicher, Miss Marie Harnlsh, with l lawn psrty night at llio lome of Mrs. Cecil Priest. Mrs. Priest is teacher of the girls cto. The 20 children present, plnycil games for several hours, nnd each was presented with a palriolic 'avor. Refreshments were served lute lo the evening. Arretta Moody of Dell was n visitor. • • • C. B. C. Club Entertained Mrs. Lucy Evaas played bridge with members of the C.B.C. Chib ,'esterdny afternoon when Mrs. W. S. Langdon entertained at her lomc on Highway 01 South, when gay Summer flowers decorated the entertaining rooms of the house. High score prize went to Mrs. Paul Byrum, second high to Mrs. Ross Moore and bridge to Mrs O. O. Elkins. A dessert course was served. Divorce Suits Filed Nine divorces were being sought his week in Chancery Court, with the filing of the following suits: Margaret Florence Wcems vs. Marlon Stanley Wcems; Paul Rosenstein vs. Pauline Rosenstcin; Arlinc Bennett vs. Keith A. Bennett; Percy P. Lance vs. Helen ce; Rulhie Lee Waldrop vs. al Wnldrop; Laurel E. Brown vs. Geneva Brown; Paul j. stiw- ,'ers vs. Maxlne Sawvers; Jessie R. Hughes vs. W. L. Hughes, and Knrl N. Moury vs. Marguerite Monry. Former Chicago Cetfisf To Play At Church Here Lieut. Leonard Kriipnlk, cellist, stationed at Blythevllle Army Air Field, will piny both the prelude and offertory in the morning service sit First Methodist Church tomorrow. A former member or the Chicago Opera company, Lieutenant Krupnik also has been heard over various radio stations tu Chicago, has Plnycd H'llh the Chicago Civic Orchestra, and was n member for a time of the Indianapolis Symphony. L. T' Moo')*' -'Jr., will be guest organist, nnd Mis. Dorrls Reilly will slug (ho solo part in the anthem, "Love Divine", by Liszt. ReviVaf To Start Here . A revival meeting will begin lo- I morrow night, 8 o'clock, in the Calvary Baptist Church Mission on Margaret Street in the Pride Subdivision, it was announced today by the Rev. G. W. Archer, pastor f the clnirch. The Rev. ffomcr Robinson of Armorcl Baptist Church, will be In charge ot the preaching, while the Rev. Mr. Archer will direct the mislc. Services will be held nightly at o clock, for the next two weeks, the Rev. Mr. Archer said. Plans also wrrc announced for 'Hn opening O f the Calvary Ilap- ilst Church's Vacation Qlblc School which will begin Monday morning, 8:30 o'clock, at the church to con- ilmie for two weeks. All children between the ages of four nnd 16 have been invited lo attend this school. Bits of News At the Hoipitali Blyllievillc Hospital Admitted- Dorothy Jean Gllliam, Dell. Dismissed— Mrs. B. T. French, city. Ernestine Baines, Haytl, Mo. Walls Hospital Admitted- Mrs. Bethel McCain, Manila. Virginia Henry, city. Mrs. Irene Wallace, city. Juanlla Storey, city. , Mrs. Elmer Cole, Luxora. Dismissed— Mrs. W. D. Cobb, city. Mrs. E. A. Mcore and twins, city. Mrs ClfUllic Thajtton, city. Memphis Baptist ospltal Admitted— J. R. Montgomery, Osceola. TO CHECK takt Liquid for Malarial Symptoms. .YOU WILt LIKB •« THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE-MONITOR An InltmtlhHil Daily Nemtaticr tor ihttt four important differences: NO SENSATIONALISM—NO CRIME—NO ANIMOSITY THOROUGH NEWS ANALYSIS BY EXPERTS MOSB EXCLUSIVE FOREIGN & DOMESTIC COVERAGE CAJEFUI. CHECK ON NEWS FOR ACCURACY Th» QiriBun Sd.nti Publiihi One, Mocwiy Str 3]iihlnf Society IS, Mijucbimtn _ •..'-. ?«« fH-OQ « .Year, or £1.00 > Month Saturdiy Iwut, including Msg.u'ne S«lion, £2.60 a Ytar Introductory Offer, 6S*lutd»yI»iu«i25Ccnt» N«mt._. • , nainp^ I A<U«M, *<"*«;.._._. „ ..... ... j' •AMK.B COPY ON REQUEST Maureen King Morris, daughter of Mr. nnd Mn;. Snmtiel F. Norrls, will leave tomorrow lor Camp Oira- cliita near Little Hock, which she will attend for a month. Mrs. J, D. Metarule of West Memphis Is spending several dixys here ns the Attest of Mr. nnd Mrs. Jodie Nabei's nnd family. Miss Cora Lee Colcmnn has returned from Fnycllevllle, where she and several other club women from Mississippi County attended the poultry meeting held there Monday through yesterday. Miss Coleman Is county home demonstration agent. Mrs. Annette Englcr rclurned yesterday morning after a visit of two week. 1 ! In Belleville, Texas, as the gnesl of her sister, Mrs. M, I. llel- muth and Mr. Ilelinuth and other relatives. White there, Mrs. Engler and Mrs. Hchnnlh also spent several days In San Antonio. The Rev. and Mrs, O. W. Archer and children, Qlendn Hulh and Phllij) Rny, hove returned home after teing in Calron, Mo., for nine days where the Rev. Mr. Archer conducted a Baptist revival. 'flic Rev. nnd Mrs. M. E. Wiles returned Thursday from Warren, Ark., where they have been for the past two weeks, The Rev. Mr. Wiles, who Is assoclattonal missionary for the Baptist, Churcli, will conduct n revival meeting at Dyess Baptist Clnirch during the coming week. Mrs. Kendall Berry went to PjcnlLss, Mi.'.s., this mornlcg where she will spend three or four weeks with Mr. Berry's parents, having gone down especially to be with his father, who Is quite 111. Meut,, and Mrs. Robert L. Holt nrrlvcd Thursday from Miami Beach, Fla.. where they spent two weeks at the Army Air Forces Redistribution Station. Lieutenant, Holt, who recently returned from cojnbnt service in Italy, has been assigned to LaJtmta, Colo,, where ic and Mrs. Holt will go next wu?k. While he-re they are tlie guests of ils parents, the Rev. uml Mrs. J, 11. Holt, R. A. Ende.s. who hu.s been ill 'or the past two weeks with an Infection In his ankle, still is confined lo his home at 117 Lily Street. Mrs. Marguerite Brotherlon, who lias been serving with the U.S.O. H Valdosta, Ga., has arrived ^icre ,o spend a two-week's mention with relatives, before being transferred to'Fort Pcarce," Pla. ' : " Hunter Sims Jr., who Is aliend- ng University of Tennessee Medi- Icnl College In Memphis, Is spending I the weekend here. Klbert Huffman returned home last night, from Memplila Baptist Hospital where he underwent a medical checkup. His condition Is improved. Miss Laura Jo Latham returned to lier home In Slkeston, Mo., last night after n brief visit here as the Bucst of her aunt, Mrs. Joseph C. Reed and Sergeant Reed. A shortage of tanks, possibly caused by lack of ball bearings as jwell as destruction of factories in 'some cases, hns forced the Germans in northern Prance to fall back on obsolete French models. Ilnn Military Titles AUSTIN, Tex, (UP) - Military titles of candidates for office In Texas may not be used on the ballot of the Democratic primary election. July 22, the Democratic state executive committee has ruled Bake Better Pastries With Shiblcy's Best Flour. . . This fine flour ACTUALLY REQUIRES LESS SHORTENING! A "Good Neighbor" Policy— VOTE FOR & SUPPORT Julian James of Jonesboru For Congress He lus always supported Mi.ssis- slpiii County lit his six years service in the Arkansas legislature. SATURDAY, JULY 15, 19.].] English Bride Mrs. S. T. Hardin Jr., the former Miss Leslie Pollard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Pollard of the Rockery, Kotlingley, Yorkshire, England, whose marriage to Sergeant Hardin of Blythevllle was solemnized April 20 In England, where he has toocn stationed for the past two years. CHURCH NEWS DELI, BAPTIST CHURCH ' G. D. Mageo, pastor Sunday School, 10 a. m. Allen Havdln, supt. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. 'The Word of God", pastor's topic. B.T.U., 7:30 Mrs. Bertha Gill, director. Evening Worship, 8:30 p. m. "Our Sins", pastor's topic. Baptismal service following evening worship service. Prayer meeting Wednesday night, 8 o'clock. PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Harvey T, KiiW, Minister 9:45 A. M.—Sunday School. 11:00 A. M..-Morning Worship. 8:00 P. M.—Evening Service. Wednesday 7:30 p. M.—Prayer Meeting 8:15 P. M.—Choir Rehearsal. CALVARY UAPTIST CHURCH G. W, Archer, pastor Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. James Barber, supt. Morning Worship, 11 a. m. "Three Reasons Why I Am A Baptist", pastor's subject. B. T. U. G:30 p. m. , Evening Worship. 7:30 p. in. "The Prodigal's Return", pastors subject. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH E. C. Brown, pastor Sunday School, 9:30 a. m. P, J. Deer, supt. ' ..' Preaching Service, 10:45'a m Sermon by pastor. Special music, Mrs. Farmer England. B.T.U., 7 p. m. R. L, Sherrlck, director. Preaching Service, 8 p. m Sermon by pastor. WEDNESDAY— l.p. m. S. S. Teachers and Officers Meeting. 7:30 p. in. Mid-week prayer service. 8:10 p. in. Choir Practice. ' LAKE STREET METHODIST CHUKCH Bates Sturdy, pastor Clnirch School, 9:50 a. m Ivor- son Morris, supt. Morning worship, 10:45 a ln Sermon by Chaplain Georcc H Mairs. Junior, Intermediate and Senior Youth Fellowship, 1 p m Evening Worship, 8 p. m. Clco Pope, speaker. Wesleyan Guild meeting at Park, Tuesday night, 8 o'clock Prayer Meeting, WednesdaV nlglil, 8 o'clock. y PILGRIM LUTHERAN CHURCH Mxlh & Walnut Sis Sunday School, 10 a. m. Morning Worship, 11 a. m H CV Wm. Krucger of Memphis,, will be the gvest speaker. Topic of his sermon Is "The Conveniences" The public Is welcome to attend these services, IMMACULATE CONCEPTION CHURCH Ash and Division Streets Rev. J. J. Thompson Rev. J. P. McDonnell Sunday Masses, 7:30 a. m. and 10:30 a. m. Benediction will follow 10:30 mass. Weekday Masses, 8:30 a. m. and B a. m. Friday Evening, 7:30 o'clock Novena in honor of our Sorrowful Mother. ", YARBRO METHODIST CHTJRCH D. G. Hlndman, pastor Church School, 9:55 a. m.' Paul Abbott, supt. ^ Worship Service, 8:15 p. m. Message by itfrs. Hlndman W.S.C.S. at Church Thursday M p. m. Mrs. W. A Holllngs- worth, president. PROMISED LAND METHODIST CHURCH D. O. Hlndman, paston Church School, 9:55 a. m Felix Hill, supt. Worship Service, 11 a. m. Youth Fellowship, 8 p. m. J. T. Sikes, councillor. W.S.C.S. at Church Friday, 2'30 P. m. Mrs. Alton Hardy, vice president. . BAI'TIST CHAPEL i • '• • •. Lilly Street . • - . , Sunday School, 9:30.a. in. Russell Baugh, supt. B.T.U., G:4S p. m. Miss Suruh Frances Rowland, director. MARGARET'S BEAUTY KBOP 1M B. FL-it Phone 2532 Bring Us Your Beauty Problems BT AppclntBenl The Gift Shop Modem and Antique Qlfti COSMETICS BABY GIFTS Greeting Cards Novelties A Girt For Everybody Bldf. Phone ZEH MOSS BRYAN You're Always Welcome FULL GOSPEL TABERNACLE Lily and Vine Streets Clifford Thacker, Pastor FIRST METHODIST CHURCH S, K. WHioid, pastor Church School, 9:45 a. m. U. S. Branson, su|)t. Morning Worship, 10:55 a, m. Prelude and offertory by Lieut. Leonard Krupnlk, celloisl, of the BAAP, formerly of the Chicago Opera Company. Evening Service, 7:30 p. ni. on the church lawn. Clioir Rehearsal, Wednesday, 8 p. in. ST STEPHEN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH SUth and Walnut Streets Thomas B. Smythe, Jr.—minister 11:00 A. M. Morning Prayer and Sermo". CAU'AUY EPISCOPAL CHURCH Ofccolii Thomas 1!. ?mytne, Jr.—minister 7:30 P. M. Evening Prayer and Sermon. VVl.L OOSl'EI, TABERNACLE Uly and Vine Sis. Clifford [.. Thackfr, pastor Sunday School, 9:45 n. m. Preaching, 11 n. m. Jr. P.Y.P.A., 0:30 i>. m. Sr. P.y.P.A,, 7pm. Evangelistic Service, 8 p. m. MID-WEEK SERVICES Young Peoples Service, Tuesday night, a o'clock. Bible Study, Thursday, 2 p. m. Prayer Meeting, Friday night, 8 o'clock. "The full Gospel Is your welcome." , CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY Woman's Clubhouse, UIG W. Main L1FK Is the subject of the Lesson- Sermon which will be rend in all Churches and Societies ol the Church of Christ, Scientist, on Sunday. The Golden Text Is: "He that hath the Son hath life; and lie that hath not the Son of God hath not life." I John 5:12. . Among the citations which comprise the Lesson-Sermon is the following from the Bible: "This is life eternal, that they might know thec the only true God, and Jesus Christ, whom thoii hnst sent." John !7:3. BOOST An Old Blythevillo Boy James C. Hale For Prosecuting Attorney Qualified and Eiperlenced SUPPOSE WE A1AKE IT TEN THOUSAND DOLLARS AND Five CENTS. I BETA OR. PEPPER YOU'D TURN ME DOWW Do You Wont To Sell Your Property or Business?—If So LIST IT WITH US FOR SALE! Oiir wide experience In real estate and business qualifies us lo give yon better service, TOM LITTLE REALTY CO. I'lionc SGI Ktliiie B. David, Salesman We Have Buyers Waiting For Investments. WELCOME WACs Make ottr shop, where you will always be welcome and nnd the best In flowers, your headquarters while In Blythevllle. WS.FLOWERSHOP F.T.D. Serrice '• We Deliver Anywhere Fh. 491 Mr». J, M. (M» e ) Williams, owner Glencoe BU|. 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