The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on August 5, 1944 · Page 2
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 2

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, August 5, 1944
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TWO BLTTHEVHitB (ARK.)! 1 COVBJSK NBWB SATURDAY, AUGUST 5, 1944 . Coming Event* MONDAY Women's Missionary, council"of First Christian Church meetfnj at church, 2.30 pjnt; ' ' ' Woinan's Society of Christian : Service;.*.Lake .Street' Methodist Church,-* meeting; at church, 2:30 p.m. > ' Trl Delta Club • meeting nilli Mrs. Spencer Alexander, 8 p. m. Women's Missionary. Union, First Baptlst"Churc)v haying Executive Board; meeting, at'- church at;-1:45 pin, followed by business meeting at 2:30 pjn, - TUESDAY Miss Mary. Spain Usrey entertain 1 Ing Double' G Club. Miss Eugenia Crawford'entertain- ing La Neuve Club. G. N..B. Club'meeting with Mrs. 1. Cv Swiggart. , WEDNESDAY Club "Eight meeting with Mrs. O. 0. Poclz. Mrs; "'Clara > Peary', entertaining Friendly Se\en CluJ) at home of Mrs: Joe Hainby. THURSDAY Mrs; Edwin Robinson entertaining Friday Luncheon Club'. FRIDAY Mrs; J. ; D.', Smith- will > entertain C.B.C. Club. Plans September Wedding Jeannetta Jeanne Sebaugh To Wed Air Corps Officer The engagement and. approaching marriage of Miss Jeanetta Jeanne Sebaugh, daughter of Mr. an?! Mrs: Clifford Viriccnt'Sebaugh, to Lieut. Dale Shaffer Brlggs of'Tulsa, Okla., Is announced, today by'her parents. Plans', for th'e wedding, to be solemnized early in September, will be announced:later 1 . Miss Sebaugh was graduated from IJlytheville; High i School, and William Woods College at Fuilon, Mo. She received her-Bachelor of : Music Education degree tit' Drake University, Des Mo|nes, Iowa, in. June of tins year,, and was a menibei of Kappa-'Alpha/The la social sorority, Plil.MuiQamma, professional music sorority and Mu Phi Ep- sllloii,, Honorary music sorority. Lieutenant Brings, the son.of Mr. and Mrs.* Robert> Lee Brlggs of Tulsa' attended Oklahoma A and M at Stillwater, and University of Arkansas, Fayetevllle, where he was a member of the Pht Beta Kappa, honorary scholastic fraternity, and the Blue^Key. A member of the Army Air Forces for the past tliree years, Lieutenant Brlggs now is stationed at William's Field, Chandler, Ariz. ... • • • Miss, .Sebaugh Hostess At Announcement Party Miss ... Jcanettii Jeanne Sebaugh! entertained \vlth a dinner last night, at her home on Hearn Street, utien guests Included four of her most intimate ffiendsYto whom she revealed her engagement and ap- pioachmg marriage to Lieut. Dtile Briggs,of ! -Tulsa; Okla. A pink and orchid color scliemc was carried,.out,', with the: centerpiece: for; the dining table formed of- an;orchid crystal bowl filled with pink snapdragons, flanked with slender pinx tapers in orchid crjstal candle holders. Individual- corsages of white gladioli were, presented-to-each guest. Announcement ot the engagement was made on handmade place cards, tiny bridal couples bearing the names of the engaged .couple. No Dance Monday Night Pursuant to the ciislom of many years,..members:of Club'<28 will not have their regular monthly,. dance during the month of August; FIHST CHRISTIAN CHURCH It. S..Rafrd. minister Bible Sdhool, 9:45 a. m,: Classes for all agei groups. , Morning' Worship, 10:60 a, m. 'Elijah.- Example of JWh'V will lie the/sermon by Mr. Ba|rd, Sunday afttrnoon the wo;n«n will serve refreshments' at Hie OSO. Tuesday.- night the church will attend services at the Post Chapel, leaving the church at 7:30 p. m. Everyone' Is cordially invited" to the services of this chinch. YAKBRO- METHODIST CHURCH' ]).(!. Illhdinanv pastor Church School, 10 ft.rn. Paul Abbott, supt, Revival Meeting starting witliser- vlce tonight! 8il&: p.mj The Rev. J. Albert'Gatlln, evangelist. Services every night through AugustUD; W. S. C. S.' meeting at church; Thursday, 2 p.m, ,.• .. STREF,T METHODIST OHUHCH Butes Sturdy, pastor Church School, 9:00 a.m. Iverson Morris, supt; t Morning Warship, 10:45- a.m. "A Scribe's Question," pastor's subject, Junior, Intermediate and Senior Youth Mlowship, 7.p.m.' Evening Service, 8 p.m. "Conquering Our Fears," pastor's subject. Board of Education, Tuesday, 8 p.m. Prayer Meeting, Wednesday, 8 p. m, ST. STEPHEN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH •- Th'tmas B. Srnytlie Jr , minister • II a. m. Holy Communion and icmion. Feast of the Transfiguration..,. Mornlnj services during the remainder of August will lie conducted by Sergt. L. S. nianplcd and Joe T. Hughes while the prlcst-ln- charge Is on vacation. Aug. 24, Holy Communion, B a. m. CHRISTIAN- SCIENCE SERVICES Woman's Clubhouse,' 1416: W. Main SPIRIT Is the subject of the Lesson-Sermon which read in all Churche? and Societies or- the Church of Christ, Scientist, on Sunday. The Golden Text is: "We have received, not the spirit of the world but Uic spirit which is of'Godi that we might know the things that are freely given to us of God." i cor- Inthlans 2:12. < Among the: citations which comprise the Lesson-Sermon Is the following from the Bible: "Whither shall I go from thy spirit? or whither shall I flee from thy presence? ' Psalms 139:7. TROMISED. LAN;) METHODIST- CilUKCH' '.•'•• I). O, JlliidmaJ!,.pastor.. Church School, '10 *:m.'_ Felix- Illli, supt. • •' - . '.:i ' .: Worship Service, li a.m. Y6utli Fellowship, 8:16'|)tn/J. T. Sykcs, councillor; -W. S.C. S- meeting at-church, Friday, 2:30 p.m. Revival meeting starting August 20. CALVAHY EPISCOPAL CHURCH Thomas B. Smyllie Jr., minister 1:30 u. in. Holy Coinmulon and sermon. Feast of the Transfiguration. L Morning Service will be conducted! at 11 o'clock each Sunday for thp renialnder of August by \V. W. Prcwlti Sr.. during the vacation of) the prlest-ln-tlmi'ee. , Holy Com null iton, 10 a. in. Aug. 24 j BAPTIST. CHURCH G. D. Magce, pastor Sunday School, 10 a. in. Allen liardin, supt. In absence of (he irastor tiiere will be no morning service. B.T.U., 7:30 p. m. Mrs. Bertha Gill, director. Sermon, 8:30 p. in. chaplain Oeorge Mans of Blytheville Army Air Fleid will be the speaker. Wednesday, 8 p. m. Prayer Service. Friday, 10 a, in. 'Associated Worker's Council. Miss Jeanclta Jeanne Scbaugli, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Vincent Sebaugh, will become the bride of Lieut. Dale Shaffer Brlggs of Tulsa, Okla., early in September. days, Ills mother, >frs. J. W. WII- ford of Sedalia, Ky. Mrs. George Workman of Polts- ville, Ark., Is spending the Summer with her daughters and their families, Mrs. Spencer Keslcr of Bly- thcvllle, and Mrs. Bud Parsley of Manila. rpvt. Thomas D. Rhodes, wlio Is a patient at Foster General Hospital In Jackson, Miss., will spend tomorrow with Ills mother, Mrs. T. D. Rliodcs. Private Rhodes, who was with the Fifth Army In Italy, returned to the United states- in Mny for medical treatment. George Mulr Jr., wlio Is attending school at Oinnha, Neb., has arrived for a month's visit with his parents, ,Mr.. niul. Mrs. George Mulr Sr., and 'family. ' " : ' - : Mr. nnct Mrs. Byron Morse are spending the weekend in Little Rock as guests of Mrs. John Tucker. They went over especially to be with their daughter-in-law, Mrs. Byron R. Morse and her infant son, John Tucker Morsp, who 'are at St. Vincent's "Hospital there. Mrs." Russell Phillips and Mrs. O. W. McCulchen will return tomorrow from Battle Creek. 'Mich,, where they sncnl the pnst several weeks. Rosemary Johnston of Birmingham, Ala., has arrived to spend 1( days here ns tbe guest of Mnry Lot Joyner and licr parents. Mr. nr Mrs. P. B. Joyner. J: W. Dunn of Union city, Tenn. rrivcd last night to Join Mrs. Dunn nd their young son, James Hires Jimn, who linve spent the pnsl week Bits jc>f News* Mostly Person** Mr. 1 and Mrs Ed Belt have returned from Hot Springs and Little Rock;; where they have been for the past four months Mrs. Belt, who was quite ill while away, is improved , Mrs. J. A. Gatens and son, Pal, left this afternoon'for Claiksdale Miss, to spend a v,eek with Mr. Gatens' sister, Mrs Tom Mnrphrce and family They were Joined In Memp.hls by Ann Gatens, who has . been attending camp at Lucy, Tenn,, for the past'two weeks. The Rev. and Mrs. Thomas B Smythe Jr, will leave tomorrow night for Helena, Ark., where they will spend a two-weeks' vacation with her parents, Mr, and Mts. H. H Bookhart. Mrs H W. Wylle and her sister- in-law, Mrs Edgar Lawrence of Greenwood, Miss, returned Thursday night from Hot Springs, where Mrs Wylie has been undergoing treatment for the past two weeks Mrs Lawrence re turned'yesterdfty to her horn* In-Greenwood.' Mrs. Vvy lie's condition is much improved. The Rev. artd Mrs. Bates Sturd and their daughter have rcturneu from a two-weeks' vacation spent in Siloam Springs, Ark. The Rev. Mr Sturdy, who Is recuperating from an Illness of^ several weeXs, is improved Miss Cbulse Welch: has • returnci to her home in Dyetsbiirg, Tenn. i nfter having been the guest o Miss Mary SUB Wright for se\era " d*ys . -, •? .The Rev. and Mrs 8 B Wllford 1C have -as their guest for ^era .drot- —- • — '— ; : -;IOCHKK. in" -> "" »V M/DAYS ^666 lere as guests of her mother, Mrs. 'carl Hires. They will retuvn home omorrow afternoon. CHURCH NEWS ASSEMBbV OF COD CIIIIUCH : It. E. Simins, [lAslor Sunday School, Q: L 15 a. m. Morning Worship, 11 a. in. Radio Broadcast, 2 p, in, C. A. Young People, 7 p. m. Women's Missionary Council, 7 '.in- .. : Evangelistic Service, 8, p. in. ; "Regular .services every Tuesday Friday, fc:i5' p. m. ! f, BAPTIST CHAFE!/ ' Lilly Street ; Sunday School, 9:30 a. in. Russell Baugli, supt. v ' B.T.U., 6:45 p. m. Miss Surah Frances Rowland, director. if WE INTERRUPT THIS- PROGRAM ; TO BROADCAST ' AN' IMPORTANT REQUEST. JOE, HURRY UP WITH . DR. PEPPERS J FIRST PRESBYTERIAN C1HJKCH Harvey T. Kith!,' minister Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship, U a. m. Sermon by Chaplain George Marrs of Blythcvillc Army Air FWU1. There will lie no Sunday evening service nor mltl-wjiek service during the month of August while the pastor Is on vacation. IJIKST- METHODIST CHURCH: S. 11. Wilfonl; pastor Church School, 9:45 a.m. U. S.' Branson, supt. : Morning Worship, 10:55 a.m. Mrs. DOris Hcilly will sing. : Evening Service, T:30 p.m. on the church town. Choir rehearsal, Wednesday, 8 p.m. SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS, properly designed, are remembered always. Our flowers' are always fresh, nnd all work is guaranteed to please. Let oiir expert designers help you with your floral needs. ^FLOWER SHOP F.T.D. Service We Deliver Anywhere Th. 491 Mrs. J. M. (Mae) Williams, owner Glencoe Biar. Yarbro Methodist Church Beginning with Sunday night services at 8:15 P.M. & continuing each night through Aug. 18. Evangelist Rev. J. Albert Gatlin District Supt., Jonesbaro, Ark. Song Service and Youth Director Mr. Joe Pierce, of Searcy, Ark. \Vc arc fortunate in securing Dist. Supl. Rev. Gallin as our Evangelist. His services s\rc in great, demand and large crowds gather to hear him \vlierevei- he i .preaches. He lias had wonderful success throughout the Northern Arkansas Conference. i Bro. Joe Pierce will win his way into your heai^'the i first service. A wonderful song loader and i'oi.iUi' ; worker. \Ve urge you to attend the first services, you will need no further urging. '. Rev. D G. Hindman, Pastor KIHST BAPTIST CUUUCH E. C. Brown, pastor Siinlay School, 9:30 a. in. P. J. Deer, supt. Morning Worship, 10:45 a. m. Special Music by .Mrs. C. W, Blaker and Mrs. N. W. Smith. Sermon oy pastor. B.T.U,, 1 p, in. B. L. Sherrlck, director. Evening Worship, 9' p. m. Sermon by pastor. WEDNESDAY S. S, Teachers and Officers Meet- Ing, 0:15 p; m. MicUWeek Prayer Sfcrvlcel, 7';30 p. in. . : Choir Pi-acllcsv 8:10 p, in. The Gift 1 Shop Modern and Antfqo* Gift* COSMETICS BABY GIFTS Greeting Card! Noreltl** : A Girt For Everybody Inmm BUf. Phone.»M MOSS BRYAN Of course! Every time you're wasteful, or careless with things which must be conserved you're helping Ihe enemy. Clothing is a conservation "must" since new fabrics are needed by the armed forces. It isn't difficult to make clothes last. Change them often; hang them up when not in. use, brush them consistently! And, what is most important, semV clothes regularly to a reliable cleaner. Our crystal clean process gives clothes a new lease on life, makes them look like new! Ybu'U be proud to wear welUeleaned clothes and proud to be helping Uncle Sam! Call us today. FOR BETTER LAUNDRY PHONE 418 FOR BETTER DRY GLEANING STEAM IAI/NDRY BELLA PURTLE - - - for - - County Treasurer BIyrheville, Arkansas August 5, 1944 Dear Voters of Mississippi County: : I 1 want to be your next County Treasurer. Four years ago, I was appointed Deputy County Treasurer. I little realized then that- in less than two years I would be Acting Treasurer, charged with full: responsibility for the office, because the Treasurer had answered the call of his Country and had gone into the Service. Every day. I have reminded myself of my high duty to the people of- Mississippi: County and 1 have renewed my. pledge to conduct the office efficiently, honestly, and in a business-like manner, lam grateful to the many people 1 who have said that I have been successful in so doing. < Now 1 want to be your County Treasurer. I would like the opportunity to continue serving the people of Mississippi County, whom 1 have come to respect and admire as I have met them in the last few weeks. I'm hoping for your vote, and I will appreciate it. Sincerely yours, MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP 1*4 8. Pint Phone 2532 Bring Us Your Beauty Problems Modern Equipment Expert Beauticians Continue™ Shows Etery Day Box Office Opens 1:45 ' Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN !H IJU. 12:« P jn. i : j« V Saturday DON «Q BARRY Serial: "Desert Hawk" No. X and Selected Short; Con. Showing Sat'day 1:00 to 11:30 Sunday & Monday AUHrVERS/klPlCIURE lf Paramount News nnd Short Contlnpons Showing Bon. 1:15-to 11 ROXY MitincM Sat. & Sun. 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