The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 22, 1944 · Page 2
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TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK,) COUEfflR SATURDAY, JULY 22, 1044 Coming Evrnt* 'MONDAY Women's Missionary Union, First Baptist Church, meeting in circle croups: Circle 1, Mrs. Lloyd stick- mon; Circle 2. Mrs. Charles Ray ' Ncwcomb; • Circle 3, Mrs. H. E. Graham; Circle 4, Xfrs. E. K Crouch; Circle 5, Mrs.'E .P; Hnrdlh, Woman's Society of Christian Service, Lake' Street Methodist Cliurch, meeting at church, 2:30 p. m. ..TUESDAY Double O Club meeting with >ilss Margaret Shaver. „ Mrs. C. F. Tucker entertaining Friday Luncheon Club. G. N. B, Club meeting with Mrs. H. C, :B)ankenshlp. Miss Patrtcli Wise- entertaining La Neuve Club. WEDNESDAY Club Eight meeting • with Mrs. Charles liingstoti. , ' FR1D4Y Mrs, Lendennie fowler entertaining C. B.;C..Chib. Corp. Gelie Johnson, son of Mrs. N. W. Trnntlmra of DlythcvUlc, ins received a letter ot common- dnttoii from Col. John It. Kane, jomnmiider of Gown Army Air •MA, Idaho, stating Hint his crew iad been selected as (he third best combat crow In tliclr graduallng las.?. Selection was made by a Ixmrd of officers, ami was bases on outstanding efficiency, In flying raining, ground training, milling- courtrsy and military discipline, nil (joncral nttltude wlille In trailing, 'fhe entire personnel of Gowen Field joined In conBrainitillng Cor- por.il Johnson ii|/oii bcliig nu out- taiKlln? member of the crew. He s a tall gunner abaard a B-24, nnd pi-tor to entering the Army, ivus Mrs. Brown'Entertains Mrs. George .-Hale' and Mrs. Joe McClure played cards .with members of the 400 Club ^yesterday afternoon when-Mrs. Frank Brown entertained the group at her home. Liverpool .rummy entertained the guests during the afternoon, with high score prize •von by.Mrs. Male and second high, by Mrs, Tim Estes.. A dessert course was served, '.' * * Club, Guests Entertained The presence : of several. guests added Interest, to-the party given Thursday riight ; by Mrs. J. P. Nolen : for members of the G.N.B. Club. Guests were Mrs. George Campbell of: Chaffee,'• Mo., houseguest of Mrs. Robert Weedman, ,lrs. Geno Ellis anil Mrs. W. E. Cherry. A crystal bowl of red rosebuds eaturcd the decoration of the llv- ng room, where bunco was played or several hours. Bunco prize was won by Mrs. Weedman, high b v Mrs. Nolcn and or by -Mrs. Clyde Eldrldge. i A dessert course was served. » • • Mrs, Kimbro Is Hostess O.B.C. club members were en- .ertfilned yesterday alternoon by Urs. Paul Kimbro for an afternoon by Mrs. Paul Kimbro for an fternoon of bridge at her home on Ash Street. noon went to Mrs. Ross Moore, noo mvenl to Mrs. Ross, Moore, second to Mrs. Lcndonufa Fowler, and bridge to Mrs. c. J. Little. Sandwiches nnd lce ( | drinks were •served at the conclusion of the [nines. Tune In KLCN Monday 12;55p.m. Hear GRAHAM SUDBURY Speofc in Behalf of MARCUS FlETZ Candidate for Prosecuting Attorney employed In the Ijeneral office of Die. Arkansas-Missouri Power Cot- poration. • • , • Harold E. Anderson, son of Mr. unit Mrs. O. W. Anderson of 'Route 1, Blylhcvllle, has been promoted to the rank of staff sergeant, he rfcenDy wrote lib mother from "somewhere In England" where he is with the 9th Ferrying Group, W. O. Anderson Jr., another son, Iws the title now of ship filler 2-c. He Is with the Senbces, now stationed In New Guinea, while a third LirVtlllni. i-»l 1 r t 1 brother, chnrles L. Aiulcrson is Revetment Project Near Caruthersvifle Underway CARUTHEKSVILLE, Mo., July 21 —A revetment pvojcct is under way it Island No. 18 In the Mlssissiopl •iver, six miles below here. The .owboats Coiner and Chlscn of HID District Engineers' Memphis llect are at the island. Next the towboals will move lo Hlckmnn, Ky., lo place arllctilalcd concrete mattresses under water and alone -the bunk to jrcvent caving, to protect levee sys- lems and to assist In maintenance ol navigable channel. Bits of News Personal Mrs. Pete Bradley and daughter, Flora Nell, hive returned to their home in llntllestnn'g, Miss., alter spending .several days with Mr. nnd Mrs.. VV. O. Anderson nnd family of near Blythcvllle. Corp. and Mrs. Frank H. Ashby mid daughter, Carol Lee, liuve returned to. their home In Tatl, Cnlif., after spendini; a 15-day furlough liere tts (lie guests of Corporal Ashby's relatives, Mr. and ;MJS. A. I 1 . Burks, Mr, and Mrs. there Children Build Many Articles At Playgrounds Youngsters al Blylhevllle's playgrounds spent busy days last week, and.ihey Imvc trulls of their toll lo show for their citorls. At Central Ward : School, Ihe .1 "ft? r' ""'T' """"'f h»™ "m al the Lange plnyground, the . vjl [ e MJSs ' ma Is, two chairs and a table, bird houses' nnd pictures. A new game added this week was box hockey. Finns for next week'.s activities Include Ihu Walker Park playground children working on Junior Reel Cross project- 1 ;. Nut cups for Halloween to be used In hospitals will be made l>y the group. Instead of a Plr.y Day Friday, the children will celebrate a Parent's Day 'with parents imitcd to visit the playgrounds. At I<ange, the [Mreiils are invited between 4 o'clock and 5 o'clock, while the Park children will entertain their parents at a party at -7 o'clock Friday night. Plans for the Central playground's observance of this day were not complete today. •Winners in yesterday's Piny Day were: Checkers, A. J. Book; Uo-Do, Gerthn Bryan; Croquet, older l/roiip, Tommy Lee Mnbry and Ann Hindmnn. Aged Woman Is Injured ;Mrs. Elizabeth Fowler was resting ivcll today nl the home of her daughter, Mrs. M' G. Goodwin, following a fall she suffered yesterday at the Goodwin home when she tripped and fell on tho fireplace hearth. Tlie 80-year-old woman was removed to Dr. Johnson's Clinic for x-rays of her shoulder which was dislocated. Extent of other injuries had not been determined this morning. At the Hospitals Walls Hospital Admitted- Mrs. Lola Culbcrlson, city. Dismissed— James Robert Dunltvp, city. Marjorie Mayo, Osceola. Believes News Picture That Of Son In France Mrs. G. C. Whittle of m. 1, Blylhevllle,: received quite a thrill on Tnr.5dny when she saw ,1 picture in Ihe Memphis Press-Sclmltar of that date which she believes to be Hint of her son, Corp. Alvln Cecil Whittle. The picture Is that or two American soldiers inking n wounded German paratrooper to the rear Hues ni'nr St. Lo In Prance. Mrs. Whittle believes the soldier lo the loft o[ the prisoner Is her son, whom she knows Is in the NOrman- rty bo I lie. Overseas since last April, Corporal Whittle Is with lhe Army Signal Corps. parents. Corporal slrument specialist with Ihe, Army Air Force, , stationed at Gardner Field, Cnllf. ..... Mr. and Mrs.-James, Stovall and .son, John Robert, loft yesterday for Winchester, Term.,.for-a'week's visit with relatives. 15. H, Mrisoii silent loday -in Memphis where he coivstullcd his specialist. Mr. and Mrs. If. ,O.. McHuffey, Mr. and 'Mrs. Murray McHaffey, Robert, John, Handlcy arid Clovls McHaffey,- Mrs. Jimmy Hipp, Mary '" Mr. n;id -- - -- f om ham, son of Mr. and Mrs. Schley Wlndliain, and grandson of Mr and Mrs, H. 0. McHaffey. Tiie 17-yenr-oM youth died July 15. Mrs. N. VV. Trnnlham has returned from Topokn, Knns., where she spent several days with her son, Corp. Gene Johnson of the Army Air Forces, who was temporarily stationed there enroute to oversells duty. Mrs. G. D.. Hammock and son, Gordon, left tliis morning for Adkins, Ark., lo spend two , week.? with his parents, .and with Mi'. Hammock's parents. Condition ot Mrs! M. George, who underwent n goiter operation Tliuiviftay morning at Memphis Haptlst Hospital, is improved. Mrs. Horace Erby Rucker arid son, Horace Jr.j of Topckti, Kas., have arrived for an extended visit with her slstcr-ln-lnw, Mrs. C. J. Little nud family. ' , Mrs. M. O. Hoeggen of. Chicago- will return home Monday -after having been called here by the death of her brother, Randolph Scruggs of Little Rock,. who was burled here Thursday." • ' Mrs. Leon''scott of' Caruthers- lo., will arrive this' afternoon the weekend' guest of her From 1941 to 1944, 1,300,000 notor intcfcs were built for the turned services nnd Iwul-lense. Meetings There will be a stated meeting of the Order of the Eastern star Tuesday night, 8 o'clock, at the hall. CARD OF THANKS The family of J. R. Scruggs want to thank our friends for the (loral offerings and expressions of sympathy; also. Rev. R. E. L. Bcarden nnd Rev. S. B. Wilford lor their services. I A Series of GOSPEL MEETINGS Starting MONDAY, JULY 24th Each Evening al 8:30 CHURCH of CHRIST Slain & Division Sis. C. E. McCORD Knobcl, Ark. Song Director Gome and Spend a Pleasant ^ and Profitable Evening COOLED AUDITORIUM E. R. HARPER Little Rock, Ark. > Evanglist (July 24th) over KLCN :iml Arkansas Network PULASKI COUNTY JUDGE C. P. NEWTON Speaking in behalf of J. BRYAN SIMS Candidate for Governor of Arkansas slater, Mrs. Jerry Hcarn and family. Miss Rosalie Dudos, who Is attending: Braughon's Business Col- egc In Memphis. Is spending the weekend here with her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. A. C, Duclos and family. Capt. and Mrs. A. R. Weten- koinp of noswell, N. M.I will arrive tomorrow night for a few day's visit with her mother, Mrs. F.' M. Terry. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Walls and daughter, Miss Joyce Walk, returned Thursday from a week's vacation spent at points In the Ozarks. Mrs. Godfrey White and daughter, Llivellyn, of Osceola, are the weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Au- brcy Conwny. Mrs. R. N. Ware of Tallulah, La., is spending n'vcek here as ihe guest ol Mrs. Hunter Sims. \ Mrs. J. J. flargell nnd daughter, Mrs. Rheum linyne.s and Jiin Ilaynes, left yesterday for n 10-day vacation In Hot Springs. Mr, nnd Mrs' Aubrey Comvay have as their guest for several clays, Mr. ' Conwny's sister, Mrs. Carol Logsdon of- Llvennore, Calif. 'lech. Scrgt. and Mrs. James Edwards, who arc making their home at Denver,. ,Colo., while he !.?• stationed there at Buckley Field, arrived Ibis morning to spend a 15- day : fu7louKh here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs, W. A. Edwards. : Mrs. Alice 1 ' Womack and her daughter, Mrs. B.'C. Allen, with her son. R. G. Jr., have returned from Eqifaitty, IlU'where Mrs. AUen and H, C, »'ere-guqsl.5 of her aunts, Mrs. Anna Diivall and Mrs, Gertrude P. Womnck, an'd ; 'whcre Mrs. Womnek Joined them, a,fltr a visit in St. Louis with her daughter, Mrs, Raymond O. Fowler nnd family. Mrs. Womack had been in St. Louis and Equality for ( the past six weeks, while Mrs. Allen and her son were away for a week. ; -. shower was given for Mrs. w. N. Dotts, who' was ;be,fore ! }je)-~(.recent 1 marriage Miss Mildred' Wliards'ohr and who now Is miking' 'her hoinc In San Antonio, Texas, where her husband Is stationed. Hostesses for the afternoon were Mrs. Lois Hart, Mrs. W. C. Richardson, 'Mrs. Leslie Richardson and Mrs. fiuth Davis. They served a salad plate with iced drinks, followed by a dessert course. The next meeting will be on Monday, July 24. Home Demonstration Note* The Lone Oak Home Demonstration Club met Monday, July 10, at tha kitchen, when 18 members and five'visitors .were present. : 'Mrs. Ncedham had charge of the business meeting and icported on Hie rest camp and the fair booth, v. Following the business meeting a » CHURCH NEWS VKESBYTEKIAN CHURCH Harvey T. Klild, Minister 9:46 A. M.—Sunday School. 11:00 A. M.—Morning Worship. Mrs. J. c. -Shoup, Mrs. Doris Smith Rcllly and Ross Stevens will sing '(Light of God Within Us Shine." sermon ^subject: "The Danger of Drifting.)' ' 8:00 P. M.—Evening Service. Wednesday ' : .; . ' 7:0 P. M.—Prayer Meeting. 8:15 p. M.—Choir Rehearsal. VARBRO SIETIfODIST CHURCH , ;!• n.'.fi. lllndnian,:paslo« . :', C)iVirch'' School, 9:55 a. m. Paul Abbott, kupt. Morning Worship, a. m. W.S.C.S. Meeting at church Thursday, 2:30 p. m. .FIRST METHODIST CHUURCH, S. 1). Wllford, pastor Church S:hcol, 9:45 a. in. U. S. Branson, supt. Morning Worship, 10:55 Anthem, "Thy Will Be Ground. Evening Service, 1:30 p. m. on the church lawn, :Cho!r Rehearsal, Wednesday, 8 P! m. a, m. Done", I.AKK STKEET METHODIST CHURCH '-'.--.I Bates : Sturdy, Spastor.' Church -.School,'' 9:^0 'a. im. 'iver- son Morris, supt. • . Morning Worshlp,'10:45;a.'m. ' Junior, Intermediate ar.il' Senior Youth Fellowship, 7 p. nV Evening Worship,'8 p; m. Mrs. D. G. Hindmaii, guest speaker Prayer . Meeting ; Wedresdny, 8 o'clock. , • i': • , • Tills church . goes to the BAAP for service Tuesday evenlh}, leaving- church at 7 p. m. . i PROMISED -LAND METHODIST . CHURCH ; I). G. HIndman, putor Church School, 9:55 a. m. Felix Hill, su'pi; Night Worship, 8:15 a. m. Message by Mrs. D. G. Hindmoh. Youth Fellowship, 7:30 p.-m. J. T. SIkes, councillor. I W.S.C.S. meeting at church. Friday, 2:30 p. m. .. '• TO CHECK i |^J^'^;W7DAVS vM^.t 666 W LUjuitl for Mnlarisl Symptoms FULBRIGHT WILL TALK TO THE PEC.-LE OF ARKANSAS TONIGHT July 22 ARKANSAS NETWORK 9 P.M. Speaking From MacARTHUR PARK LITTLE ROCK REBROADCAST > KLRA—Little Rock, 10 P.M. KFPW—Ft. Smith, 10 P.M. SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS, properly designed, are remembered always. Our flowers are always fresh, nnd nil work is guaranteed to please. L«t our expert designers help you with your floral needs. F.T.D. Service ' We Dtllrer Anywhere Ph. 491 Mrs. J. M. (Mae) Williams, owner Gleneoe BU(. Learn to fly now. The services of a full- rime, permanent instructor have been secured '.|,;for^he American Legion Airport. Instructor is on'duty full time each and every day. {' . " Cross country flights available Dial 985 for information Miss-Co Flying Service .' :' American Legion Airport Bill Fulbright Kas a message of vital concern to every man and woman who will go to the polls to vote on July 25. Hear Him i Bill Fulbright for U. S. SENATOR Fulbright Campaign Commltle« Political Advertisement ,»; Cited For Cooperation 'We in the dry cleaning business are thankful for the way you American housewives have cooperated with us. Orchids to you, Mrs. Customer! Almost always you've had laundry bundles ready and have cheerfully accepted our simplification of service. Thanks a lot! FOR BETTER LAUNDRY PHONE 418 FOR BETTKR DRY CLEANING STEAM LAUNDRY DELL BAPTIST CHURCH (1. D. Mage*, pastor Sunday School, 10 a. m. Allen ardln, supt. Morning Worship, 11 a, m. "The oly Spirit", pastor's subject. B. T.' U. ?:30 p. m. Mrs. Bertha ill, director. Evening Worship, 8:30 p. m. Repentance", pastor's subject. Vacation Bible School begins !onday,'9-a. in. to 11 a. m. All children aged 4 to 12 are m- ted to attend. ' Player meeting and business iceting, Wednesday, 8 p. m. CALVARY BAVTIST CHUHCH G. W. Ai'cher, pxstor Sunday School,'9:45 a.'m. to be eld In the tent on Margaret Street Pride Subdivision. James Barer, supt. ' •; Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Rev. timer Robinson, guest precher. B.T.U. 6:30 p. in. Evening Worship, 1:30 p. m. .ev. Homer Robinson, guest preach- DAVE I1UISTIAN SC1KNCK SF.IIVICKS VVom.Di's Clubhouse .-."..• HlC \V. Main '••':'. ' , "Truth", Is the subject 'of the osson-Sermon which will be read i all Churches and Societies of the hurch of Christ, Scientist, on tiuday. • ('•• The Golden Text Is: "Thou! p ord, art a Odd full of compassion, id gracious, longsnffcrlng, and lenteous in mercy and truf.li." sahns .86:15. Among the citations which coin- rise the Lesson-Sermon Is the allowing from the Bible: "Study o show thyself approved unto God, workman that needeth not to be shamed, rightly dividing the word t truth." II Timothy 2:15. A "Good Neighbor" Policy— VOTE FOR & SUPPORT Julian James i of Jonesboro For Congress H* has always supported Mississippi County in his six years service in the Arkansas legislature. The Gift Shop Modern and Antique Gift* COSMETICS BABY GIFTS G ret tint Cards NoTeltl« A Gift For Everybody Bldj. Phone ZZ54 MOSS BRYAN MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP i« e. n™t Phone 2532 Bring Us Your Beauty Problems Ertnlnn B; Appointment fir/ Continuous Show! EYWJ Day Boi Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN .XO .KLCN j , t UL 11:45 tun. 4:M f Wants To Shak Your Hand FRIDAY At- lonesboro Bay frumann Marked Tree fyronza . Turrell Speaks at Blytheville 8:30 p. m. SATURDAY At Luxora Caraway Black Oak Monetre Speaks At Leachville 2:30 p.m. Speaks At Manila 4:30 p.m. Speaks At Osceola 8:30 p.m. Get on the Bandwagon And Win With DAVE TERRY Governor Saturday iDKKJ 'SONG OF iTHE SADDLE j Serial: "Desert Hawk" No. I and Selectee! Short L COB. Showing Sal'day 1:00 to 11:30 v tnon>-- f \\}Vl b ; fc JsS^'"^ Paramount News and Short Continuous Showing Sun. 1:15 to 11 ROXY lUUneet S*C. ft Son. Only Opens each night 6:45; •tart* ? Openi Sunday 1:00; Sterti 1:11 Onttononj Shown Sat. uil Sea. Mfht Ertry Nijhl Exoff* N» bonored on 8«i*»y If the E«u. Saturday Guns of the Law with Dive O'BricM anil Jim Ncwlll Serial: "The Phanlom", No. 4 and Short Con. Showing Sat'day 1:00 (o 11:3» Sunday and Monday «>******««>*****»**«*#*#*^ ConUnnons Showing Son. 1:15 to 11

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