The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on July 29, 1944 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, July 29, 1944
Page 2
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TWO BLTPHEVILL1! (ARK.) COURIER NEWB Coming EVCBU MM. Ebb Reynolds. MONDAY A saltid plale u Ith Iced drinks was WornEII'S . Society of Christian ""* Street Methodist Service, Luxe kj*tf*.* «UCM'WU^?I Church, meeting at church, 2:30 p. m. . . Women's Missionary Onion Circles 1 and 3. and Y. W. A. of Calvary Baptist Church, meeting at church at 7:45 p. m., for study course • taught by Mrs. John Buchanan. TUESDAY Mrs. Albert K. Taylor entertaining Double G Club. La Neuve Club meeting with Mrs. M. N. Young. Mrs.-Edwin Robinson, entertaining Friday Luncheon Club. Bits of News Mostly Personal • The Rev. and Mrs. D. G. Ilind- man yesterday were called lo Helena, Ark,, because of the serious Illness of Mrs. illndinaii's sister. Wesleyan Service Guild of First Mlsi Mnr >' Hopkins, mnnnger of Methodist Church meeting at Bc " Franklin Store, 1ms returned church; 7:30 p. m.,'wiUi Mrs. S. B fronl n vacation spent in Oklnho- Wilford hostess nla - While In Ponca city, she was WEDNESDAY Club Eight meellng with Mrs, H. G. Parliow. Mrs. .3. F. Hill entertaining Friendly Seven Club, ' THURSDAY the SUest of Miss Hlldrcth Elh- rldee ' alld '" Oklahoma City and Tulsa, she vlsllccl Miss Fein Huff- Elutlor aml Mlss Rows Roach. Condition at Miss Catherine Austin, daughter of Mr. nml Mrs. G. N. B. Club meeting with Mis. Prank Austin of Blythcvlllc, Ls John Briilhnit. much Improved following an o|i•- FRIDAY, oration for appendicitis Wednesday Mrs. Paul Byrum entertaining C. morning at Walls Hospital. B. C. Club at lunc,''(on. | Mrs. Alice Coats and three chll- luillal Club meeting with Mrs. dren, Jenny, Olivia and Belly, Herman May. Visitors Are Honored have returned lo their home nt Number Nine after spending several days In Portngcvllle, Mo., with t ~Mts. Coats' mother, Mrs. E. H, Collljis and other relatives. i Charles and Barbara Ann Gurnow, children of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Qurnow, have teen dismissed :Mrs. Margaret G. Crowder entertained with a • party last night at her home ^honoring several out-of- town guests, Including Miss Anne , , Jones and Miss Babe Fields both from Wnlls Hospital where they of Jackson, Miss., houseguests or"".. went tonstlleciomlos ycslcr- Lieut. and Mrs. Ynles Fields, Miss Danna Dunbar of: Massachusets, who is visiting Lieut, and Mrs. Ed ' , Ginlnger, and Miss June Tosh of Ws J. L. Guard nnd Miss Crawford will go to Mom- toniorrow nvmiltiK to meet os o of Miss JJ rs ' p" ard ' s daugliter, Miss Molly Gliarcl of Elizabeth, N. J., who will "' lvc th . el ' c b >' Helena, Avk., houseguest Prances Sue Bright . ., Summer flowers were arranged J"' lvc th . el ' c b >' P lmx - enroulc lierc throughout' the house nnd card , spenu a two w «*s- vacation played during the w '", 1 Mr ;/" (l Mrs - Gunl ' t! Moody games were evening. score prize was won by , Mrs - Hollis L. rll ' en ' Dnvld nl " 1 '' ctumccl fro1 " nnd chil- Silra1 ' Lo", 'hnvc Rock, where 'Miss Margaret Crook and low by '' ctu , Miss Carolyn Peterson. '" ey . visited Pirate Moody, who Is A sandwich plate with Iced drinks was' served. Son Born Yesterday Mr. and Mrs. Jack Chamblin are the parents of a son born yesterday Afternoon at Blylhevllle Hospital. The baby has been named Jack Drummorj'd. Mrs. Chamblin. Is the former. Miss Jackie McGhee. Mr. Chamblin, a petty officer 2-c with thc'Scabees, now is : serving overseas In the Pacific vfar zone. " * • • Mrs, Aut'en Is Honored Miss A'mie Deen, Miss Marilyn Deen and Miss Eula Smith entertained yesterday morning with a coca cola party at their home on Kentucky Avenue in special compliment ;to their, sister, Mis. Eii- . gene Auten, who has arrived for an extended visit with her parents, Mr. and'Mrs. George Smith. This Is Mrs.' Auten's first visit home since her ' marriage to Private Amen, which was solemnized early last Spring. The Autcns have been making their' home in Denver Colo. Ten of Mrs. Auten's most Intimate friends were Invited to attend the informal affair, when sandwiches and coca-colas were served. Mixed garden flowers were attractively arranged throughout the entertaining rooms. Son Born Thursday Staff Sargl, and Mrs. John P. Hoffman are the parents of n son born Thursday at Walls Hospital. The baby, their first child, has been named Jolm Parker III. Mrs. Hoffman is the former Miss . Alberta Brackln. Sergeant Hoff• man is stationed at Blythevllle Army Air Field. • * • Celebrates 81st Birthday W. S: Lanedon, longtime resident of BlyOievliie, today celebrated his 81st birihday at his home on Highway fil South. Because h e is slightly ill, no large celebration was planned for the occasion as has been the custom for the past several years, but a family party was held at the home with two of his daughters, Mrs. Welch Poster of Blythcville and Mrs. Byron Bartholomew of Memphis, and their families present " ' * • • Mrs. Marsh Entertains ,Mrs. Jack Marsh was hostess to members of the Initial Club yesterday afternoon when she entertained at her home, which was decorated with vases of roses and creoe imrtle. Bunco was played during the afternoon, with high score prize won by Mrs. W. S. Eastburn, low by Mrs. Lane Novell, and bunco by stationed Ihere. They also were guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Bruce Vance. Jean Grimes of Detroit, Mich., Is visiting her mini, Mrs. O. K. Blankenship and ffimily. fi. E. L. Bearden To Speak At Local Church The Rev. R.E.L. Bearden of LcachvMc will be tire guest speaker at the morning service tomorrow nt Lake Street Methodist Hirch, H wns announced today. "ie Rev. Mr, Bearden will fill of the the imlplt in the absence Rcv sales sturdy, who Is reciip- enmne fronv a several week's- 1)1- CHURCH NEWS ST. STEJ'HEN'S™Ki l ISC'OI > AI~ Ciumcn Sixth A- W:i!iiul Klrccls Thomas It. Sniylhe Jr., minislei' Holy Communion, B a. in. LAKE S'lllKKT MCTI10DIST Iver- Batcu Sturel}-. pastor Church School, 9:50 n. in. son Morris, supt. Mornlng worship, 10:45 n. m. Junior, Intermediate and Senior Youth Fellowship, 1 p. in. Evening-Worship, B p. in. Jiev. S._B. ilford, guest speaker. meeting Wednesday, 8 Prayer in. YARBRO METHODIST CHUKCII I). G. Hinthnan, jmslor Church School, 10 a. m. Paul Abbott, supt. W.'S.C.S., Thursday nl Church, 2:30 p. m. Our . Summer revival will stnrl with the night service Sunday, Aug. G. The Rev. J. Albert Gntlln, district suiJerliHcndent, Jonesboro ' No preaching service Sunday because of absence from city of the Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Hlndman. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Walnul i Eljhth K. ('. Brown, pastor Sunday School, 9:30 a.m. P. j Deer, supt. Morning Worship, 10-.45 a.m. Solo, I.leiit. Mnrela Levy, Sermon by pastor. B. T. U., 1 p.m. R. I,. Sherrlck, director. Evening Worship, 8 p.m. Solo, Pvl. James McKee. Sermon by pastor. WEDNESDAY S. S. Teachers & Officers Council 6:)5 p.m. Mid-Week Prayer Service, 7:30 p.m. Choir Practice, 8:10 p.m. CHUKCII OF TIIK NA/ARENE F. W. Nash, paslor Sunday School. 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship, 10:50 a.m. Pastor will preach. Service for Young People, l-lfi p.m. Evening Service, B p.m. Pastor will lircnch. Mid-Week Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, 8 p.m. 1'KOMISED LAND METHODIST CHURCH D. G. Hlndman Church School, 10 a. m. Ffcllx Hill, supt. Youth Fellowship, B p. in. J. T. Sykcs, councillor. W.S.C.S., Friday at Church, 2:30 P. m. . No preaching service Sunday because of absence from city of the Rev. Mr. and Mrs. Hlndman SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS, properly designed, are remembered always. Our flowers are always fresh, and nil work Is gnarnuleed to please. Let our expert designers help you with your floral needs Seirlw We Deliver Anywher* . - *9I Mrs. J. M. (Mae) Williams, owner Gleneoe BMf. TO CHECK ^ ^t . ^u^ v ^ 1 |LV~IN70AYS W^'666 • • F. L i<}«'<l f<* M»l»ria! Symptoms, The Gift Shop Hodcrn ul Anttqw Gift* COSMETICS ' BABY GIFTS Greeting c»rti Noreltle* V A Qttt F»r MQ»! BRYAN THANKS For Your Of CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH (j. W. Arcliei 1 , pastor Sunday School, 9.45 a. m. Morning Worship, 11 a. in. "The Everlasting Way", pastor's topic. Baptismal Service at First Cap- list Church, 3:30 p. m. B.T.U., 7 p. m. Evening Worship, 8 p. in. "Saving Failh" pastor's topic. Prayer Meeting, Wednesday 8 ]>. m. Prayer Meeting, Thursday night. B p. m., <U liome of Mrs Pruitt in Wide Subdivision, F1KST ASSEMBLY OF ^_ ClIUKC'H . Seventh & Asli Streets Rev. H. K. Slmms, Pastor Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. ., Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Radio Program, 2 p.m. C. A. Class, 7 p.m. Women's Missionary Council 7 p.m. Evangelistic Service, 8:15 pm :- Special Service Sunday night regular services every Tuesday and Friday, 8:15 p.m. SATURDAY, JULY 29, I'/I.GKIM I/UTJIEKAN CHURCH Sixth & Walnut Sis, Sunday School, 10 a. m. Divine Service and .Holy Communion, 11 u. m. Kcv. w. Krueger of Memphis will bo tile guest speaker, using as his sermon theme, "Paul's Conversion". FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Harvey T. Klild, minister Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 n.m. Mrs Doris Smith lleilly will sing, "Conic Unto Me." Sermon subject, "Ways of Telling Ulghl from Wrong," Evening Service, 8 p.m. PEACHES Georgia Belle and Elbertas $3 Per BUSHEL At My Fami on Greenbriar Ridge. H. C. KNAPPENBER6ER N LANEY \ The Victory Is Yours! Let's Redouble Our Efforts LETS FINISH THE JOB! 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