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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, March 16, 1946
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BLYTHEVILLE-(ARK.)' COURIER NEWS SATURDAY,. MARCH- 1C, 194G- ( Jack' Robinson Speaks To'P'.'-E. ^). Membership were'dfs- , Jack Finley >"tb 'CrMpter N, F.EO.'Ss- *t«rbooti members, nhen Mrs. Ffir- Wr Tffigland find Mrs. Alvln Huff 'man Jr., entertained the organization with a luncheon at the England home.. Mr. Roblnsjn served during World War n, Us England. 'During his service there ti« 'c'arrie in cftntact with ttie_ people of ,'EnEland anrt their wJi^B of living during war. .,,Mr. Robinson discussed rationing and transportation there and pointed ;put the differences in their h'b'rries. His talk u f as in co-ordlna- '•'?(&>, wjlh. the. topic, r "Our Heritage 'From England." Mrs. Freeman Robinson, program leader, introduced the Speake^ ....... Club jinembefs and their guests were served; a two-course luncheon. Table decorations carried out a yellow and white Spring color "scherne. Arrangements of lorsylhla, 'narcissus 'and jonquils in the home 'also ' carried out the yellow and white theme. • • • mr's/Goodson Hostess ;Mrs.. Coy |C3opds6n was hostess "score prize went ,to.,-jMrs.. Bonnie Shlftey and low to "Mrs. clarence Do,wdy. ; ,Mrs. Gowison won rooko .."Refreshments of a sandwich 'pifi£e_: ; w r Hh cake and a beverage were served. , • •"•'• Elberl Huffmans Parents , A ;ipn 'was born last night to Mr. ',ana Mrs,, :Elbert •HuRm'an. The baby, ."named .yyjlliamjvifctiael,^'* lns n sls ~ ter, Susan Huffman. Mother and son'arc at Walls Hospital. • '• • Mft. r 'BafHam 'Entertains Mrs. 'Qcorge 'W. itiarham was •hds'tess last VilgHt 'to'the Past Matrons ,an a. Patrons of "the Ordei' of 'trie/ iSasfern Star. ,. ,- . ,,jfri Iddd.itjo'n ^tq rn'embers 'of,.,lhe 'orKanizatipn. ijvere Uiir. 'and Mrs "RaTpIi_;"6e"rti'rnah. < ..^Djirtrig jbuiico ganYes, high score ; pffze, airloKg''ftonien telt to Mrs us Ebordt and bunco to Mrs. J. D. Smith. Men's prize was awarded Mr. Berryman. . The supper : >as served at 'the dining ;room .Wblc. _ ,„ )• The next supper'rind'meeting !Mll > e at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Eberdt. • • » ' Reunion Dinner Given At ]. T. Stalcup Home The home of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Stalcup was the scene Thursday night of a family, reunion dinner. Other than members of the family, guest were Mr. and Mrs. V. M. Brlttnin and two daughters, Barbara and Carol. The guests were served dinner al the dining room table, 'centered with flowers. Mrs. Copelancl Guest Mrs. R. A. Copeland played rook yesterday w!Wi members of the Friday Rook Club when Mrs. E. V. Walls was hosless to the group. Mrs. Harry Bognn won High score prize during bridge gamcs.and second high .went lo Mrs. .Leon £cherer. Rooko prize was awarded Mrs. J. O. IJuey. * • *• Birthday Celebrated Shirley 'Book, 'daughler of Mr. 'and Mrs, Arthur Book, celebrated lier 14th birthday last 'night 'with n party at her home. , 'Gathering nt, trje Book home, 309 fet St., were 20 frielids aiid classmate's. . .r'rfshm'cnls of cake, jcllo drinks •md oilier party foods Were served 3ctette Club Guests Mrs. 'Edfoin Robinson 'wns hostess Tliur'sday 'afternoon to members o the 'Octette 'Club find 'another 'guest Mrs. W. C. Gates. ArranBC'merits of floWers decO' rated the home. During bridge games, high Scon prize went to Miss Ann Robinson 'arid second'high ; tb Mrs. It. C.'Rose ^lefreshmeVits Ttferc served. Seattle, Wash., had adopted ai ordinance requiring taxi drivers t be fingerprinted and nliotographei before licenses are granted. 11-pfece Orchestra Feditinhg the Lovely ; POLLY F^REt^v\AN flaying for a Style Dance 21 , « HALL Advance Admission $2.40 per couple — Tax Tncl. At fhe Door, Admission §3 per couple— Tax Iricl. Tickets uhd Table Reservations on Safe at BROS. DRUG GO. BlytheviHe JAYCEES Look Your Best to Let us help you retain your well-groomed ap- pearance with our expert hand laundry service. E«h skirt is fihishcd to yqiir liking with just the right decree of stiffness, with flawless ironing. Ifry our laundry today . . . .you'll appreciate We girc your clothes. 418 Wt'H Pick Up Your Bundle ly Personal James H. Bell, formerly manger of City Drug Co,, has gone be Parkin. Ark., where lie will nployed at a durg store. Mrs. Betty nn Stevens Phillips and Mrs. Hamilton returned ome this morning after a week's sit in St. Ixiuls and klrkwood, lo. At Kirkwood, they were guests Mrs. French !Hnnsel]. Dr. and Mrs. N. o. Gerome and fr. and Mrs. John p. Fields were i Memphis last night lo attend ic Blackstone Show, Mis. W. J. Wundcrllch is in fcmphls with her mother, Mrs. r. C. Cooke of Luxora, who has uteied the Baptist Hospital to ndcrgo an operation. " Col. and Mrs. Jnrries li. Tiplon It yesterday for Memphis after pending a brief visit here witli rtrs. H. li. Chambers. They came ere from La Junta. Colo., where he as been stationed. Prom Mcm- hls Mrs. Tlpton 'will 'go to Tiochcs- cr, N, y., lo be guest of her mother nd Colonel Tlpton will go to his icw station at Orlando, Fla. Sergt. Fnrcl,E. McLesler, son of he Rev. and Mrs. Ray L. McLcs- er, has been discharged from the rmy.nt Camp ChaHee and arrived n Blytl'ieville yesterday to be with parents. He is a veteran of hree years service in the Burma- ndia arqa. Sergeant McLesler nt- enclcd Arkansas State College, oncsboro, prior to entering service m'd was later employed at an elec- rlcal imimifacturing company in Uhlcngo. .... Staff Scrgt. E. O. Snipes has ar- ived from Camp Robinson, Little Rock, lo spend u wilh Mrs. Snipes Miss Stone Is Wed To Roy Kinningham Miss Pally'Stone, daufiiuer'b'f Mr and Mrs. James H. Stone of'stecle Mo., and -Roy Kinningham were married Sunday morning in Blvthp- ville, Ark. Justice of Pence W. R. Crawford of niytheville performed the single ring ceremony. The bride wore n dress of navy blue with black accessories. Hei corsage was of white gardenias. Their attendants were Miss Louise DeVaughn, Miss Lcc liace Funderburk and Donald Hlllhouse, al of Stcele. Miss DeVaughn was dressed ii at[ua blue with which she wore ; corsage of pink roses. Miss Fun- derbuik wore a dicss of lime aiic black on melon. Her corsage was If yellow'gladioli. Doth bridesmaid wore black accessories. Immediately following the cere mony the young people returned t< the bride's home for a wedding din ner. Mrs. Kinningham is a graduate o Steele high school, class of 1945 Since lhal lime she has been em ployed at the Manning Pharmacy there. Mr. ' Kinninghnm has just returned from 15 months! duty In the European Theatre of War. He Is a graduate of Central High School, Tulsa, Okla. 'rlor to golr^ overseas, he'w'as'sta'-' loncd 10 months at Blyth'evllle'Ar- my Air Field. The couple will make their home n New Britam, vrtiere he is employed. Coming Events MONDAY Junior and Intermediate O. A.'s of First Baptist Church meeting immediately after school. Young .Women's Association of First Briptfst Church meeting with Mrs. Dorothy: Ferguson, 7:30 p. m Miss Dorothy Ryleo hates to Young Women's /Foreign Missionary Society of First Church of the Nniterciic. Woman's Missionary .Society of First naptist church meeting for Royal Service program at Ihe church, 2:30 p.m. Executive Board of Woman's Council of First Christian Churcl meeting with Mrs. L. L. Ward. Woman's Auxiliary of First Presbyterian Church meeting at the church, 2:30 p.m. Woman's Society of Chrlstltii Service of Lake Street Mcthocllsl Church meeting at the church. Woman's Missionary Society of Calvary Baptist Church meeting at the church for Missionary study. Ulytheville Choral Socic'.y meeting at the "Y". '8 p.m. TUESDAY Business Women's Circle of First Baptist Church meeting with Dr. .Edna Nies, 7:30 p. m. Worship, 7;4'!J,'p./n., .. r p'raj''cr 'Meeting, 7:45 p.m. PROMISED LAND METHODIST CHURCH Ray 1,. McLester, pastor Church School, 10 a.m. Marcus Gaines, superintendent. Worship Service, 11 a.m. Youth Fellowship, 0:30 p.m. KIKST METHODIST CHURCH S. B. Wilford, pastor Church School, 9:45 a:m. Morning Worship, 10:5S a,m. Intermediate Fellowship, 0:30 p.m. Evening Worship, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Night choir rehearsal. ril.GHIM and I.IiTHKUAN CHURCH Walnut uml Sixth Sunday School, 10 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 The Rev. w. C. Kriigcr of Memphis will deliver the sermon. 19-dny furlough and son, "Tip." Mrs. Snipes and son have been making their home here with her inolh- Mrs. II. L. 'Chambers. Before :hc expiration 6f his furlough, Ser- jeant 'and Mrs. : Sinpes plan to visit lit ,Ncw'Orleans. Miss Bunny Bishop arrived here ycSteVday afternoon from Kansas City, Mo., to bo the guest of Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Hammock Jr. Jjrs, Fannie Llntzenich and family have as their guest Mis. M. J. Parsley of Chicago, who plans to be here 'sevofal 'weeks. Also visit- Ing Mrs. Linlzenlch during the .Weekend ai'c Mr. and Mrs. W. B. .Tjorr'estcr 'arid son, Bill, of Jackson, Miss. Mr..find,Mrs. Arthur Rushing have .as their weekend guests her sister, 'Mrs. jj'pjlb'n' JW^- J'orics, 'and Mr. Jones, and" Miss' Znla Jones, all of Little Rock.. Mrs. Cal.'Gossett nnd sons,. Jim ai'm."cal. have as Hi"' 11 guests Mrs. L. ,H. Eb'er'dt of 'Birmingham, Ala. Mr. ^ a'nd Mrs. .'\V. R. Forrester nncl°Jjpn, : Bill,'Af Jackson, Miss., are spending, the weekend here with friends. jMr. and Mrs. Forrester formerly lived in niytheville. William R. Qvcrlon has returned i his home In Rose-land follow- i(5 his return from overseas and •Uschar'ce from service. He has cstimcd his work as acting county nd surveyor whelh he did several cars prior lo culerlng service. Mrs. Selma Levy Allcnberg nf Memphis Is spending Ihe weekend icrc as 'guest of her father, B. II. .evy. Is Announced Mr. a'nd 'Mrs. W. E. Loll of Armorel announce the marriage of their daughter. Miss Margaret Lott, to Russell Wcdman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Evald Wednian of New Britain, Conii. . The wedding' was solemnized at the home of Ihe bridegroom's parents by the Rev. Barton Hovel, pastor .of Trinity Methodist Church. Miss Mac Wcclman was the bride's attendant and the bridegroom's brother, David Wcclman, served him as l)est man. The bride wore a chess of grey and fushia with a corsage of purple orchids. Mrs. Wcclman has been employed at Fort Scott, Kans.. and Mr. Wccl- nian has just received his "discharge after three Vnd a half years service. He is a veteran of two years service in CHURCH FLAT"LAKE •METHODIST CHURCH Kay L. Md.ester, pastor Worship Service. 9:30 a.m. Sunday School , 10:30 a.m. Glen Bunch, superintendent. CHRISTIAN.. SCIENCE SERVICES Woman's Clubhouse, 14E6 YV. M /Substance is the subject of the LcMon-'Sermon which will be read all Churches nnd Societies of .he Church of Christ, Scientist, on Sunday. The Golden Text is: "By humility aiul tiie fear of the Lord are riches, and honour, nnd life." Proverbs 22:4 Among the citations which comprise the Lesson-Sermon is the following from the Bible: "I know that. Whatsoever God docth, it shall for ever: nothing can be put it, nor any thing taken from ' Ecclesiastcs 3:14. I;AKE. STREET METHODIST 'CHURCH Hates Sturdy, pastor Church School, 9:50 A.m. Morning Worship. 10:45 a.m. Methodist Youth Fellowship, 0:45 p.m. FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZAREN'E F. W. Nash, pastor Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship, 10:50 a.m. Nuzarcne Young People's Society, :45 p.m. Evening Worship, 1:30 p.m. Mid-week prayer service, 7:45 p.m. Pioneers, ,'6:45 p.m. Evening 'services, 1:30 p.m. WEDNESDAY Prayer, meeting, 7:30 p.m. Choir leh'ea'rsal, 8:15 p.m. CHURCH OF THE IMMACUIATK CONCEPTION' Rev. R. Francis McDfvitt, pastor Itev. Paul Hujarski, assistant pastor Sunday Masses, 7:30 and 9:45 a.m. Weekday Masses, 8 p.m. Novena to .Our Sorrowful Mother, Friday, 7 prn. FIRST CJIRISTVAN 'CHURCH R. S. Raird, pastor Church School, 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship, 10:55 a.m. Cln|;tlan Youth Fellowship, p.m. Evening Fellowship, with religious motion pictures, 7:30 p.m. 'ASSEMBLY 'OF "cob CHURCH Ji. 'C. Ramsey, pastor Sunday school, 9:45 a.m.' Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Christ 'Ambassador services, '6:30 p.m. Children/s Church, 6;30 p.m. Evangelistic 'Service, 7:30 p.m. Mid-week services, Tuesday night. Prayer Meeting, Friday night, followed by choir practice. Training Union, 0:30 p.m. Evening Worship, 7:30 p.m. A quartet. Miss Frances Shou'sc, Mrs. Dorothy Ferguson, Miss Joyce Damon and Mrs. Russell Farr win sing, "Those At the Cross," WEDNESDAY Mid-week prayer service, 7:30 p.m. Choir rehearsal, 8:10 p.m. Q J'CK A 1 COLDS •distress ....... b66 Liquid or tablets 1. act O8 a mild Laxative and gel aC'm .Cold MUelie* internally ; . T 668 Moso Drops or Salvo begins lo • relieve stuffiness and coughing /lr ONCE makes it easier lo breatlio. rks Crtcal end woika t&st solisHcd millions. K'Purcsl diugs yel inoxpcnsiy* compare results ' ST. MATTHEWS CHURCH Itcv. B. Francis McDcvitt, pastor Kev.'Paul Biijarski, assistant pastor Sunday Mass, 9 a.m. CHURCH OF CHRIST E. W. Stovall, minister Bible Class, 9:50 a.m. Morning Worship. 10:50 a.m. Evening Worship, 7:30 p.m. Mid-week Bible Class, Wednesday, 7:30 p.m. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Harvey T. Kidd, pastor Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship, II a.m. CAI.y.VRY BAPTIST CHURCH P. II. Jernigan, pastor Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship, 10:55 a.m. Training Union,'6:30 p.m. Evening Worship, 7:30 p.m. YARBRO METHODIST CHURCH Ray K McLester, pastor Church School, 10 ajn. Mrs. W. A. Holllngsworth, superintendent. Worship Service, 7:30 p.m. BAPTIST CHAPEL Lilly Street' Sunday School, 9:40 a.m. Training School, 6:30 p.m. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH E. C. Brown, pastor Sunday School, 9:40 a.m. Morning Worship, 10:55 a.'rh. The Contmuou* Shtv*. Every Da> Box Office Opens l:4i Show Starts 2:»i' LISTEN YO KLCf. » ajo. U:«5 p.m «:3« Saturday choir will sing the anthem, Is Our Salvation." "God WKiere Your Flowers Are — You Ariel One call to us will arrange to have your remembrances sent, not just once, but month after month. Ask about this plan. Serial: "Royal i>! alrid Short Cohtlnnons Showing 13:30 to 11:3C Sunday and Monday : A't This Hospit'aU Blyllicvillc ir.'spital Atlrniltcci: feorn to Mr. nnd Mrs. p. E. Rcnlro, clly, a son this ri\brnint r . Born to Mr. arid Mrs. Rnyniotul So'nthnrcl. bell, a son last night. Dismissed: Mrs. \Vnltcr Chilian, Itnyti. Mo. Mrs. William Chapman, clLy. Walls 'Hospital Admitted: Cliuulc Jones, Steeln, Mo. Patricia Cnreon, Stcele. ^lo. B6rn to Mr. anrt Mrs. Elbcit iif'finnn, city, a son last night. Dismissed: Harry S. Brown. Stcele, Mo. Hubert Knight. Stcele. M:O. E. o. Adn'ms, city. Mrs. : R. J. Roimsaville, Osceola. Sirs. Georfrcy Schwartz, Stcele, Mo. B. B. Ah.ln. city. Mrs. Sterling .prciicli. city. Mcmpriis Baptist Mos]iH,iI AdmiUcd: Mrs. M. C. Coolse, Luxora. Memphis ilospita Admitted: Mrs. P. if. Slngcry, Wilson. THE BEAUTY CLINIC Margurct Dccn Snlilh, Owner Ingram Btdg. I'honc Coiric ih'a'nd sec our Glori- 'oiiis l)Uplay of Koccntly Acfi'tiircd Gifts—Rotb Morl- crh 'artd Antique—tn Our Newly Decorated -Showroom. Scl6ctiohs for the Most Discriminating at Modest Prices. the *3ift Shop Moss "Bryan : 103 E. : Ma«b '-Ph'ofte 2254 [ONtY MURDER .COULD FREE [HIM... FOREVER I *.T.D. Strrtco We Deliver Anywhere Ph. 491 Sirs. J. M. (Mac) Williams, owner Glencde BId». ALICE FAYE \' DANA • ,JlV, ANDREWS * V^lfc LINDA 1 DARNELL Ptoauc'ed and Directed by OTTO PREMJNGER. Paramount News & Selected Shorts Continuous Showing Sun. 1:15 to II Sal. & Son. Boi OfBce Opens 6:30; Show Starv 6:45 P. M. Each Evening Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts I:1J Contlnnoas Shows Sat. an«1 Sun. Kijht Every NJgtif Satnrdaj -p V No pu&» honored on SnmJaT »» the Kort. Room 305 Federal Building, Jonesboro This Advertisernehl Sponsored by: CO Serial: "JuilRle Haiders'' No. S and Short Coiiltnuotts showing 12:30-11:30 Sunday and Monday 'ahi! Sclc'cicd Slici'rt Co'nliuuous ShoWns Sat. 1;I5

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