The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 7, 1947 · Page 3
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SATURDAY, JUNE 7, 19-17 ' BLYTHEVIU-E (ARK.) COURIER NEWS Building Control Extension Urged Housing Expediter Asks Congress for "Few More Months" WASHINGTON, June 1. (UP) — Sen. John Sparkman, D., Ala., proposed today that Congress discard Wu^hpuslng controls June 30, but rtVJjm curbs on non-essential Building through Oct. 31. Semester Honor Roll Announced 'Names of Blytheville High School students on the honor roll for the last semester and the third six weeks were announced today by high school officials. For the semester, Mose Simon. Dorothy Lum, Peggy Van Winkle and Vannye Whitley led the honor roll. Others, named in rank, were: Carroll Evans. Margery Hale, Jlm- imy Lowe. Marilyn Deen. Elwyn ter Frank Crecdon appealed lew mor c months" of federal con-, struction controls. \ •House-Senate conferees on rent control legislation tentatively have, agreed, lo abide by a House bjll! provision junking everything except amusement-building controls June 30. • The veteran.? housing program wa s scheduled to run through Dec. 31, under the Pntinnn Act which was repealed by the House rent, bill. Sparkman said he will attempt to change the conferees' tentative verdict. • I Oreedon, it was learned, talked the situation over with the co:i- ! • ferees yesterday. Reportedly, he said he might be able lo end some of the binding curbs before Oct. 31. I The conferees were virtually .agreed on a compromise rent' bill extending controls at least through Dec. 31. and authorizing individual landlords and tenants to agree on 15 per cent "voluntary" rent increases. They were willing io let Crcedon continue as rent administrator, and .decided to set up local rent boards to do a s much of the work as possible. The local hoards could ' recommend area decontrol or area- wide rent increases. But their main tek would be giving landlords Wardship" relief. CHURCH NEWS LAKE STKKKT MKTHOIHST CHURCH II. II.' Bkvhis, paster Church Sihqol. 9:53 a.m. Morning Worship, 10:50 a.m. The Rev. J. Albert G-.itlln of Jonesuora district superintendent, will speak. Methodist youth Fellowship, C Evening Worship, 1::30 p.m. Prayer Meeting, Wednesday. 1 ASSi-MHLY OF <i()l) CIIUKCI1 I,. C. lEumsr)', jiastw Sunday School. 9:45 a.rn, Morning Worship, 11 n.ni. Christ Ambassador SjvvlctM, 0:30 p.m. Children's Church, H:'iO p.m. Evangelistic Services, 'i;jti p.m, PAOB azarenes Plan 3-Day Convention Dr. W. M. Ticlwell, pastor of •First Church or Ihe Nnza'rene at Chattanooga, Tcnn., will be guest •speaker at a three-day Holiness Convention. Monday through Wed- IE AM TO : We will teach you how in cigh^rasy lessons. Helpful for "Regulars" as we 11 ' as "Beginners." . Single "Refresher" Lessons .Complete 8-Lesson Course SINGER SEWING CiNTER 414 W. Main SI. *t~^ -'•> - - ~ ^ KSSS'jS'SSSKJgBiSa Lackmann. Mary nail, Charles Mc- Danlel, Ann McLcocl. Bobbie I*aye Michael, Mary Morgan, Bill Williams. Charles Henderson, Maxine Hill, Thomas Bell. Nancy Partlow. P. D. Foster, Gay Garrtean. Lloyct Kconlz. Patsv Travis, Charles Upton, Clarice Maxwell. Hosvard B.ii- ley. Jack Duclos. Julia Woodson. Dick Williams. Saiiunyc Lon Ferguson. Anita Grabcr, C. C5. Redman. Palty Bartholomew. Jack Horncr. Bobby Mullens, Alan Berry, Ardon Ferguson, licrl King, Joann Trieschmann and Doris Brown. Making honorable mention were Jim Loncashlrie, Maxiue Hipp, Dan Caldwcll, Ru(h Seay. Bobbie Sue Whisenhunt. Wanda Barham, Anita Sykes, Vcrnell O'Neal. Vivian Taylor, Betty Jo Smith, Mildred Mjeador, Laura Swain, Christine Austin, Peggy Hawkins. Benny Johnson. George Pollock. Billie Jane Rogers. La June Autry. Rosemary Johnston. Mac Beth Rogers. Barbara Mouoghan, Roy Smith, Florence Ncedham, "Pat Burks •Betty Atkins, Owen Harrison. Bonita Slnnkardi Nancy Slnvely] Louise Sullivan, Jo Ann Shanks. Patsv Beshnrse, Walter Braulcv, H C. Allen. Mary Lou Joyner. Jerry 'Morgan, Robert Crafton. Mary Sue Hawkins.' Charles Crews, Mary Jo Eaton, B<Hty Harner, Louclhi Alley. Charles Roy Thompson. June Buchanan, Thclinn Rice, Larry Ashley, Stewart Gurley, Kittv PUin- kott. Billy Privett and Audrey Nell Walton. For the third six weeks. Mose Simon. Vannye Whitley. Marilyn neon. Dorothy Him and Peggy Va:i Winkle led the honor roll. Others were Margery Hale. Carroll Evans. • Jimmy Lowe. Blwyn Oaldwell. Mary Ball. Sonnv Lackmann, Charles Mo Daniel. Bill Williams, Lloyd Koonlz Bobbie F:\ye Michael, Charles Henderson Shirley King. ( . Thomas Bell, Gav' pan i»nn. Mi'i-y Morgan. Joann Trieschniann, Maxine Hill. Ann McLeod. Patsy Travis. Jim Lancashire. Mildred Mendor, Julia Woodson. Mac Beth Rogers, Nanny Parllow. Babbv Mullins. Anita Graber. Kitty Phmkjtt. Patty Bartholomew. Sammye Lou Ferguson, Vcrnell O'Neal Nan-y Fhively, Maxine Hipp, P . D. Foster, Jack Duclos, Wanda Barhnm Hov:- nrtl Bailey. Peggy Hawkins, Jack Horner, Billy privctt, Betty Atkins, nesday. a t First church of the Na- .wu-eiie here, the Rev. Daniel staf- i ford, pastor, said today. I Dr. Tidwell is the senior fiastnr of the entire Nazarene Chuijch Beginning in Chattanooga 40 years ago with seven members, he has been pastor there since and now has one of the largest church congregations in Chottanooga, the Re". ! Mr. Stafford said. Services will be held each of the three nights at 8 o'clock and Tuse- day and Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock. Dr. Tidwell w.Ml speak to the combined Vacation' Bible School on these mornings, i The Rev. Mr. Stafford announced that the public was invited, adding that all Nazarcne churches of this area would be represented at the convention. TEMPLE ISRAEL, Dr. Alfred \\sr, Rabbi Sunday at 3 p.m.. Conformation Service with the Confirm and Jack Applebaum Jaffee. Tuesday night: O'nnl B'rllh meeting. FIRST CIIDKCII OF I UK N'A/.AKKNK Dunlrl Stutfocils, liasioi 1 Sunday School, !):'I5 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 n.in. Young People's Meeting, 7:15 p.m. Kvenlng Worship. 8 pin. Wednesday prayer service, 7:iiQ p.m. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH K. C. Krowil, pastor Siuiday School. 9:40 a.m. Morning Worship. IQ:M) a'.ni. Training Union, 7:00 p.m. Evening Worship, 8:00 p.m. I'U.CIUM UlTHKitAN < Walnut and Sixth Itobfrt Jacei'r, lustitr Sunday School, 10 a.m. Worship Service, II a.m. TUESDAY Sunday School Teachers' h>B, 7 p.m. Adult Bible Class. 7:« p.m K1UST MKTHODIST CHUKCII Alli'ii 1) Stewart, iiaslor Church School, 9:45 n.ni. \Vorshlp Service, 10:f>0 am. Senior Youth Fellowship, 0:30 p.m. Intermediate Youtli Fellowship; 6:30 p.m. Worship Service. 7:30 pin Choir practice, Wednesday. 1MMANHKI, ItAl'ILST CIII'liCEl A. M. Houston, [i:is1u>- Sunday School. 10 i.in Morning Worship, 11 a in Training Union. 7 p.m. • Evening Service, 7::10 p.m. Wednesday night prayer service, 7 p.m. 1'IKST CH1USTIAN CIIUIU II K. S. Hitjril, puslur nible School. 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship, 10:f>0 a.m. Evening Training I-w all nne groups, li:HO p.n>, Evening Worship. 7:'!0 p.ni. LILLY STREET HAI'TISV CIlAl'I-'I I). H. lld-dsill-, |i;i;tm- Sunday School, 0:3(1 a.m.. Morning Worship. I0:r.5 n.m. Training Union, 7 ,i.m. Evenlntt Worslilp, 8 p.m l'l«!MlSi:iV I,ANl» METHODIST i'HUKCll H.iy I,. Mrl.fslrr, ii:>ilur l»l, :ircl and 5lh Sundnys- I'rcadiliHt Services, 11 a.m. £iuiula>' achool every Sunday, 10 ii.ni. -nil and 4tl) Smulnys 1 ' I'l'ViU'iiiiiK Services, 1 p.m WIST 1'KKSUVTKKIAN OtUIKCII llurvry T. KIUU, pastor Sunday School. <J:45 ii.ni. Munilng Worship, II :i,ni. Vouiig 1'eople, 0:30 p.m. livening Service, 7:30 p.m. <)!•'' THE IAIAIAClli.A'1'K astor Hi'v. )1. I'raiiois jMoDevlK. (in Hl'V. 1'aul llujarskl, ussistilllt p SuiulaJ Masses, 7:JO and a.m. Weekday Masses, « p.m. CIUHU'll <)K CIll'IST K. W. Stovall, pns(or Sunday School, !):50 a.m. Worship Service, 10::>0 n.m. HIWs Study, G>l!i p.m. Kvi'iiing Service. II inn. MKTIIODI:-; r «IIIIMII Kay 1.. ,M< l.i'slrr, |>is(nr 1st, 3rd and 5!h Knn<lsiv«: 1'reiichtnii Services. ';.-:|(l pm Sunday School, 10 a.m.. every Sunday. •^nil and 'llli Sunday;: Preaching Services. 11 a.m. CAUVAkV BAiTlST ( IH'ltCH \<M\ U|ld i'hli'kasnulj.i P, II. Jrriiimin, p.istur Sunday School, 9:45 ii.in. Morning Worship, U a.m. H. T. U., 0:^5 p.m. Kvi'nluij Worship, s p.m. Prayer Meeting, 7:30 p.m. Choir lU'htursul. 8-;,0 p.m. SKKVICKS an's i:iub(iiHi«r, 141(j W. Miln God Ihe Only Ctiuse and Creator is Hie Mibjt'cl of the Jjesso]!- Sermoi\ whleh will be read in all Churches and Soclelles. of the Church of Christ, Scientist, Sunday. Wednesday evening services at U o'clock. City Radio -Service- Dial 2407 For Kiperl Kcpalri 124 Kast Muln BL Felix A. Carney FIJU. GOSl'Kl, TABERNACLE I). R. llurmon, iiastur Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship. 11 n.in. Young People, 6:45 i>.m. Evening Worship. 7:30 P.m. GATEWAY TABEilNACLK L. G. Borah, puslor Church Service. 9:45 a in. Evening Worship, 7:30 p.m Church Service, Wednesday unJ Friday, 7:30 p.m. NUMltKll KINK IIAI'TIST CHUKCii Ilowaril II. Klnt;, pastor Sunday School, OMS :un. Morning Worship. 11 a.m. TrainhiB Union. 7 p.m. b'venlnt; Worship. 11 p.m. ' Wednesday, Prayer Meeting, ' p.m. FLAT I,AKK CIIIJKCI1 Kay I.. Mei.eslrr, iiaslnr 1st. 3rd and Sth Simclays: Prciichli'ig Services. 0:30 a.m. Sunday School. 10- a.m. and and 4th Sundays- Sunday' School, 10 a.m. BUKI)ETTE CHURCH OF GOB K. E. Shaw, pastor Sunday School, 8:45 a.m. Morning Worship. 11 a.m. Youth Service. 7 p.m. Evening Service. 8 p.m. Ruth Scay. C. G. Redman. Vivian j Taylor, Charles Upton, Doris Brown. Receiving honorable mention weie Christine Austin, Berl King, •Howard Taylor, Dan Caldwcll. Billy Max Gann, Anita Sykes. Palsy. Pope. Evelyn CunniriKham. June' Buchanan, Charles Crews, Florence •Needham, Charles Roy Thompson. Laura Swain. George Pollock, Bob-: bie Sue Whisenhunt, Walter -Brad-, ley, Billie Jane Rogers. Patsy Besharse, La June Autry, Rosemary Jornston,' Owen" Harrison Dick Williams, Mac Williams. Bonita Slankarri, Betty Jo Smith, Clarice Maxwell, Jerry Morgan, Mary Lou Jovner, Jean Dcdman. Mary Dowdy, Benny Johnson, R. C. Allen, Jack Elliott. Glen' Henry. •Barbara Monaghan, Alan Berry, Betty Graves. Arden Ferguson, Robert Crafton, Louise Turner. Lonella Alley, Mary Jo Baton, Tommie Robertson, pat Burks. Betty Lovelace. 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