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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, August 26, 1944
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PAGE TWO ' -BLYTIIEV1LLE (ARK.)- COURIER NEWS •' ' SATURDAY, AUGUST 26, 1944 Coming Events MONDAY Wom?n's jilssionary UnloVi, First t Church, 'meeting In circle s 1 Circle 1, Mrs. C R Wroten; Circle 2, Mrs J T. Westbrook; Circle 3, Mrs. Harry Frftzlus; Circle 4, Mrs Kendall Berry; Circle 5, Mrs Waller Bishpp. Woman's Society ot Christian Seivice, ' lake Street Methodist Church, meeting at church, 2:30 p m Women's Missionary Union, Calvary 'Baptist Church, meeting at church 7 30 p in. . TUESDAY Miss 'Mary Helen' Moore entertaining ,La Ncuve Club Mrs 'John Llppltt entertaining Double G Club. ' WEDNESDAY , Club Eis'i' meeting ftitlt Mrs P.tiil Jobe. FRIDAY , C B C Club meeting with Mrs C J Little Mrs; H. C. Blankenshlp entertaining- GNB Club 400 Club meeting jvith Mrs Tim •Estcs 1 Miss Mary Adah Robinson entertaining w itli luncheon at Hotel No: ljle ho nor ing : Miss Jenimelta Jeanne Sebavgh Mr and Mrs • C, V. Seb&ugh en- terlaining with dinner at Hotel Noble honoring Miss Jeannetta Jeanne Scbaugh and Lieut Dale S Brlggs of Tulsa, Okla. Mrs W S Eastburn entertaining Initial Club Bit$of News Mostly Personal Miss Beals;' 3Hde-Elect Honored By Miss-Saliva Miss Frances Beals,' bride-elect ot ' Sergt Marty Kassewilz of Blythe- ulle Army Air Field and Brooklyn, N. Y, was guest ot honor at a miscellaneous shower given loot night by Miss Alice Sallba at her home on Kentucky AVemie Miss Beals and Sergeant Kassewitz will be married on Sejit 3. ' The three tables of guests play. cti bunco during"the evening before Miss Beals was presented with assoiUnent of gitts r[igh score prize yds son by ?* Floy Ann Sample and Miss Beals recchod the traveling prize. The hostess served a s.alad course -• ' » Bit (Way Party Is GiVen Ernestine Holt, daughter of Mr and Mis. E M Holt, yho yjas nine >ears old sesterday, celebrated her birthday by inviting 14 of her yonng fi lends to a party at Mr home on West Walnut Street \ The children .plajed games for several hours on the puxigrouni equipment on the lawn of the home After the gifts hkd been'opened refreshments of ice cream and birtti- day cake \vere s served by the hostess mother, assisted by Mrs U. H. Holt, and each chilli was presented v.ith a favor '• • k Bunco Club Entertained When Mrs Ebb,Reynolds entertained members 6f the Initial Club yesterday afternoon 'at her home, she also was hostess to one other guest, Mrs Cecil Graves Bunco was played during the afternoon m Uie hvjnfc room which was attractively decorated - with vase.5 of mixed Summer flowers Bunco prize uenl "to Mrs Herman May, high lo Mn Reynolds and low to Mrs Graies A sandwich plate with Iced dunks was served • • « Mrs. Elkins Is Hostess , Mixed garden flowers decorated the living room of the O O Elkins home yesterday afternoon when Mrs Elkins uas hostess to members of the C B C. Club for their regular weekly bridge partv. High score prize was v,on by Mrs Alex Shelby, second high by Mrs Lendennie Fowler and brid"o by Mrs w S Langdon. ° The hostess served a sandwich Plate with iced drinks « •' - • ' Daughter Born Thursday Staff Sergt.,and, Mrs. Arnold A. - Puckett are the parents pf n daugh- Mrs. G. W.'Archer left yesterday for Hot Springs, Ark., where she will take a course of baths for JO davs '..", ' ' Mrs. Carl Bean and son ; carl Jr., tt\ last night for Salem, III, where they were called by the illness of tier father. They expect to return within a few days. Miss Louise Ltiylon of Dycss, Ark., spent the post week here as .lie-guest of the Rev. and Mrs. O. W. Archer and assisted in tlie operation of the Calvary Baptist <lal- y vacation Bible school. Mrs. Cornelius Modinger Jr., of Morganfield, Ky., \ylll leave tomorrow morning for Hardy, Ark., (or a visit-with relatives before retimi- ng 1 to her home. She has spent the Msl 10 days here with Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Modlnger St., ami family. U. S: Smith of Wagiier, Okla., has arrived for a month's visit here v>lth his daughter, Mrs. T. J. Bnrncs and family. Miss. Warren Foster -left this morning foi Fort Smith : wh'erc she vslll be the guest of her mother for a week. . •' Dr. and Mrs I. R. Johnson \ylll return tonight from Myrtle .Bench, S C , where they -have. spent the past two weeks on'vncn'llpn. Mr and Mrs George Lane are In Memphis where Mr. Lane underwent "a minor operation r at the Baptist Hospital. They probably ill be away foi two weeks. Cecil E Downing, ~]>My officer 3-c, is spending his leave here with lite wife olid two children Mr. Downing Is'just buck after } 18 months service out of the United States, during which time he has visited Ausli alia, North Africa mid spent soven months In the' New Guinea nren He will rc|wrt to Biookljn, N Y for reassignment ' Scrgf Samuel Moratli has spent several dajs here with his parents' Mr and Mrs Mike Morath, en' route from Biggs Field, .Texas, to Topeka, Kans Sergeant Mornth, who is a tallgunner on n 13-84 Ub- erator bomber, has n brother, Paul Morath, who Is stationed somewhere In India • • Lengthen the Lithe-Line JBY EPSII: KIXAIU> NEA Slnff WiCtcr' NE\V, YORK.—Best way to look Ike the Petty Girl In clothes is to sheathe your midriff with a lone- torso tunic, jumper or middy dress, a fnshlo.ii ill a I won its spurs lust Revival Starts Monday A tent revival will be" held for the doming two weeks 'uhi|er sponsorship of First Baptist Church, it was announced :today by ,the Rev. E. C. Brown, pnstoi of the church. Senices will bo held nightly beginning Monday night, with'the Kev M E* Wiles, Baptist'/Mississippi County Associations! missionary as evangelist, and Lucien E. Cplemrm as singer ' The tent will be located on the corner of Fulton and Seventh Streets, with services to begin each night at 8 o'clock, with, the"nubile invited to attend. At The Hospitals s Blylheville Hospital Admitted- Inez Gray, city. Lucius Smith, Hermondale, Mo. Born to pyt. mid Mrs. Erwin Barger, city, a son this morning Dismissed— King Laferney, city. Wlnfrcd Kenwright, city. -Walls Hospital Admitted— Neltit Lou Jackson, city. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jackson, Rt I, city, h daughter Ilils iroming . . Memphis Sf. Joseph's Admitted- William A Parker, C.-n uthersville, Mo. Joe L. Henry, Bassett. Memphis Baptist Hospital George R. Lane, city. Billy Thwe.itt, Luxora. John Thweatt, Luxora. inarine jersey. The long-torso mode also goe; fancy for fall in fabrics as forma as satin and damask; in parl-wnj sequin traceries as twinkling as F sjcyful of stars; In numbers of col ors that rival those ot Josephs coat, sometimes three colors and three fabrics are combilied—one for sleeves, one for the long-torso business and one for the skjit Often a top of come-on color is posed ngalnst a skirt in a subdued or rj iron grll . - up the two . passes for a blouse ' that • times. An'example of this trend is might blur clean cut outlines is shown In the New YoiK-deslgned quite often a nice kinll of fnke— style, shown at tlie left Heie the a pair pf set-In sleeves' and a top .is of American beautj crepe dickey—which you'll see illustrated the'skirt is as black and slim as an tlie brown Jumper-type dress inky, strcr.k, and" for a toloi tte-up shown at the right. Set-in sleeves tracings of heavy embroiders accent and bow-tied 'dickey are of, aquni hip band and collar. _• (mil Is carrying over strongly into fall lii hew guises, fabrics ntiil colors.. . " One version that's going to be popular with girls from' 1C to, GO, because it lengthens the:lithe line ._ ^ u 8nd doesn't spoil the ef.fect .with bjacked-out-shnde, and embroTdr' any .redundant .layers, is the one- as important looking ; us piece dress (Hat pretends to 'be''two. Kyork is used to tie up What " " - - - - CHURCH OJT THE NAZAKENE F. W. Nujh, pastor 9:45 a.m. Sunday School. 10:50 u.m. iAornlng Worship. Sermon ', by Rev. Trafton Williams of Little Rock, 7:15 p.m. Service for young people. 8 p.m. Evening service. .Sermon by Rev. Williams. ' cers and Teachers Council Supper. 7:38 p. m. Mid-week prayer service. ' ' - • 8:10 Choir practice. gr. STEPHEN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH Thomas If. Smyllie Jr., pastor There will be no service on Suu, ... , „ , , . day. due (a Die absence from the • Sunday night Is the closing service clty ' Q , the pastori who !s on vaca . of our Summer evangelistic campaign. Rev. Williams of Little Rock will preach and Rev. David Sharp of Carthage, Mo,, will direct tlie music. Cvil/VAHY BAFi'lST CHURCH G. W. Archer, pastor Sunday School, 0:45 a.m. Morning Worship/ U a.m. "Can I Be Saved and Know It?" pastor's subject. B. T. U, 7 p.m. Evening Worship, 8 p.m.'''Roll Away the Stone', pastor's subject. Wednesday prayer meeting service, 7:30 p.m. Thursday prayer meeting service, 8 o'clock, at home of Mr. Watkhis on Carolyn Street. .When the pel cat of workers at the Bullarxl Company plant, Bridge-: port, Conn.,'chose o huge, ll.OOOrPpund machine-tool home for herself and litter of kittens,.the workers chalked warn-" ing signs on the casting wall so thai the family would not'be: disturbed. In photo, Manima Cat comes to "side door" of her odd; \hoUse,to keep wary-eye'on the photographer./ LAKE STREET METHODIST CHURCH Kates Sturdy, pastpr Church School, 9:50 a. in, Iver ; SOI) Morris, supl. Morning Worship, 10:45 a. m. "What Every Member Can Do." pastor's subject. Junior, Intermediate and Senior Youth Fellowship, 1 p. m. .EveningWorship, 8 p. m. A slide picUire-feliUire-uy.-ithe young people, followed by pastor's message. , The church members go to BAAP Tuesday night for service. Prayer meeting Wednesday night, 8 o'clock. lion. TJie Rev. Mr. .Smythe will return lo the city for services on the first Sunday-In September. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SKHVICES Woman's Clubhouse, M1G W, Main CHRIST JESUS is the subject of the/Lcsson-Sermon which will be read in all Churches and Societies of the Church of Christ, Scientist, on Sunday. The Golden Text Is; "Though Israel be not gathered, yet shall T be glorious In the eyes of the Lord, and my God shall be iny strength." Isaiah 49:5. ' Among the citations which comprise the Lesson-Sermon Is the following from the Bible: "No man hath seen God at any time; the only begotten Son, which is in the bosom of the Father, he hath declared him." John 1:18. Yank Tanks Force Marne, Jfor/n City, Of Rheims ' (Continued from Page 1) Spanish border, say "French- Parti- I ans hive captured about"!0,fflX) •Jazl prisoners in 'southern France o fai They have also detained .bout 3000 French collaborationists. A'London bulletin announces 750 \merlcfin heavy bombers pounded 'ncmy installations in tlie Ruhr /alley today. The British capita! itself has cn- 'oyed a respite of more than 26 hour.? from the robot bomb plague. :tt's the longest boiubless period Ince the German secret weapon campaign began last June 15. In Italy, tlie Nszls nrc with- 1rav,ing slowly in the Upper Tiber and:, Arra river .sections. Eighth \rrny troops, drawing closer to the cnems s Gothic Line, have drawn liltie. or >io' resistance from the enemy. ter born Thursday night at Blytlic- vllle Army Air Field Hospital. The baby, their first child, has been named Hilda Irene. Mrs. Puckett Is the former Miss Hazel Spicer. GOOD HEALIH DESERVES THE BEST WATER • Bad Health Demands If-. Blythertl!*, Ark. SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS FLOWER SHOP Mre. OsUon fi. Fowlston, B. A. M. S. M, Announces Of ENING OF FALL CUSSES In PIANO — ORGAN w VOICE Poftter New York Organist a.nd Teacher 4 Plipi! of Clarence Dickinson Un^h TnpoloScsl Semlnai-y School o! Music For Appointment Tnkmg their job quite seriously. Gen. Omar;N. Bradlcy's pet fox ^ icrrier pups "guard" his helmet while the commander of Amer- !>! __ican forces in France confers with olher Allied commanders! » l - Send Us Your Cleaning for that FASHION SHOW LOOK Be ready for fall with sparkling clean clothes. Let us do them the right way ,,. our way. DUAHIT lift FOR BETTUK rilVllEi HIODRYCLI5AN1NG FOR BETTER LAUNDRY STEAM LAVNDW Absolve Constable Ot Nightclub Murder Charge HERNANDO, Miss., Aug. 20. (UP) —Constable Bohmer Hobbs, of Horn Lake, was.nUsblved today;of a lor- mal> murder fchatge for.'i the, fatal shooting of .t\vo war workers'at a 1 rbodiiouse. Saturday. Justice of tlie Peace J. P. Walker says he found insufficient evidence to bind the defendant over lo the grand jury. Eye-witnesses who testified at yes- terd^ay's" preliminary hearing, said the 'shooting of Harry E. Sparkmnn and James E. Gaines, both of Memphis, was unnecessary. Hobbs maintained that he acted in self-defense. Ligtftning Kills Youth Hear Fayeiteville FAYETTEVILLF., Ark., Ang. 26 (UP).—-George caudle of Fnyctte- ville died early today of injuries received when he was struck by lightning. near Fayetteville last night. A companion—Fred Drain— vas reported recovering at a Fayetteville hospital. Tlie; two were struck as they were': entering a truck five miles southeast of Fnyctlevllle during a a. severe thunderstorm. Firemen revived Drain with a. respinitor, and 'Caudle was taken' to a Pay- cttevillc hospital and placed in an iron lung. I-THST raESBYTERIAN CHURCH Karycy'Ti KMd, pastor Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. 'Ihei'e will be no services on Sunday, due to 'the'absence from the city of the pastor, who is on vacation. The Rev. Mr. Kldd will be iii tlie pulpit on the first Sunday in September.. S/Sgt. R. C. Funderburk Back In United States Staff Scrgt. Ralph C. Fuuilerburk arrived in Miami, Fla., Thursday nf- ter 25 months tour of duty overseas, coming to Miami from Burma. A member of Merrill's Marauders whose 1000 mile trek through the mountains and jungles of Burma spearheaded the attack which resulted in the fall of the city of My- itkinn, key to the Lcdo-Bunna Road, Sergcnnt Punderburk's unit received the Presidential Citation. Sergeant Funderburk'is the-son of Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Fuii'de'rburk of Steele, Mo., where he soon will arrive to spend his furlough. Hold Negro Woman Lillie Mae Robinson, Negro woman, was .bound over to await tlie action of'Circuit Court in Municipal Court this morning on a charge of robbery. Bond was set at $500. -., The, woman was accused by a Negro youth; John Taylor, of taking $23 from liis pocket about two ciays ago. Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Webb have as their guests for a week Mis. C. 13. Wilson of Drew, .Miss., and J. J. Webb of Sunnier, Miss. Adelaide, capital of South Australia, was named after the wife of King William IV of England. CHURCH NEWS BAPTIST CHAPEL Lilly Strec'. Sunday School, 9:30 n. in. Bussell Bnugli, supt. B.T.U., G:45 p. it). Miss Sarah Frances Howlfmfl, director. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH S. B. Wilford, pastor Church School, 9:45 a.m. .Morning Worship, 10:55 a.m. Seiv mon by pastor. Evening Worship on church lawn, 7:30 p.m. Choir rehearsal, Wednesday night. Morning Worship, 10:45 Mixed quartette will sing, FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH E. C. Brown, pastw Sunday School, 9:30 a. m. P. J. Deer, supl. a. m. •"The of Love My Shepherd Is". Lieut, and Mrs. Blaker, Corp. Gunn and Mrs. R. C. Farr. Sermon by pastor. B.T.'J., 7 p. m. R. L. Sherrick, director. * Evening Worship, 8 p. m. Anthem, "Zeal is Our Watchword". Sermon by pastor. Fellowship service following the preaching hour. WEDNESDAY 6:15 p. m. Sunday School Ofli- Sale of TOYS See our windows for toys at greatly reduced prices. The Gift Shop Modern & Antique Gifts MOSS BRYAN MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP 1M B. Pint I Phone 2532 Bring Us Your Beauty Problems Modem Equipment Espert Beauticians •••^^^•VlHMO^mMK'MMHfc^BnMWHa HI/ Contmnons Showi Every Day , Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 tISTKN TO KLON 1Z:«5 p-m. 4:H f.m. I'.H Saturday HIS WORD WAS LAW., Serial: "Desert Hawk" G and-Short Con. 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