The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on March 23, 1946 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, March 23, 1946
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^LYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, MARCH 23..194G Verha Wheat Engagej To Harold B. Wood '.'Mir,, and Mrs/HuJh Mack Wi*«t .announce the ehgae*fci*nt ol their (laKfcbtw. Miis V*rhi Mac Wheat; to »»fcT Bruce Wood, sah of Mr. a lie? "Mrs. L. T. Wood. The wedding will lie solemnized Ibis Spring.. The .bride-elect was graduated f jom Blytheville High School, where popular student, and how Is em- ojeofai' Marlon Williams' Itisur- - -ice ^gqncy. ; . Mr.'"Wood was graduated from Blythoyllle High School before eh- Ella McCutchen To Wed EdvVard Levvey Saturday , Ahhounctmsht has been matte of the engagement and approaching ifiarrlaee of ,NJrs. Ella Tnschner Mc- Cutcheh and Edward Lewcy of West Helena. The wedding will be sotemni/ Saturday, March 30. The bride-elect is daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Andrew Taschner. She is employed as secretary to Sain H. Wlllialns. preside)!', of First National Bank. Mr. Lewey was discharged the Navy In* October as a second te'iing the Marine Corps In which class petty .officer. He now is con- He served 44 months. Of this time, ] netted with Askew-Jones Lumber 20 months was spent in the South- Company of West Helena, where west Pacific where'he served as radio technician. .,,' .Returning to the states In Noverrt-. they will make their home, son of Mrs. Ida Howard of Helena. I „...• LOU1SC ber, he was discharged and early this year began his college work at Ijnivcrsily of Mississippi, Oxford, where attending the school, w/Married To Ben Beaver Pharmacy. • f This marriage will, climax a romance began' prior lo his forelgjV Ebrvlco. Following their wedding she \till join' him at Oxford where they plan to make their home for four years until he receives his degree in Phariuacy; . lilrs. Russell Phillips Entertains Bridge Club 'Jvirs.Riissell PhiUips was hostess Thursday afteriiooh with a luncheon ta menibers of the Thursday Luhch- ecin Chib and two other guests, Mrs. liKrry Kirby ahd^Mrs. Baker Wilson. • Jonquils mixed with other Spring flowers decorated the home and arrangements of flowers in Die dining rgoln formed a^settifig for guests , during the luncheon. . ;-In afternoon bridge game's, .high score, 'prize' went to Mrs. R. D, Hughes and second high to Mr.s. Everett B. Gee. Mrs. Scherer Hostess .Mis. R. A. Copelnnd played rook yesterday afternoon with menibers oi FfWay "Rook Club when Mrs. Leon Scherer - was hostess to the Miss Bessie Louise Chlshi, da eel av y ute or idling r Mc- Wcst iiii/.ed of the ndrcw s sec- sUloiH I I'OIll econil i con- umber where IiC Is West M* autjh- i, be- in oo n, Tulsn, Bnp- pnstov offl- s the M. J. s best 'Circus' Thrills Beta Club's Guests At Banqu&t Last Night H was some circus— complete with Feature of th« nroitram tf«*' « lions and liger.s, side shows, while horses with beautiful bareback riders, and .solemn elephants performing with circus girls In lights. This mako-belleviS circus was held lost night at Ihe Blue Room of Hotel Noble where the Boys Beta Club of Blytiieville High School Save the animal banquet honoring new members. Giving a gay circus atmosphere were bright-colored baloons suspended from ihe celling. The "big lop" and main circus fine w'as at the officers' (.able, placed parallel to four vertical tables. Down the center of. each were cardboard figures of circus scciies. These included tired horses pulling caires of lions, tigers and other wild animals; elephants with girls In traditional circus costumes and Indians from the Wild West show riding full gallop on Iheir steeds. ' To add a final touch of gaiety to the scene was n miniature figure of a calliope. Place cards were. tents with flaps opening to the name' alid sinlllnx from the front of programs were clowns. Miss Marilyn Deeli, a guest, gave thanks, and the welcoming address. '•Wclcom c to the Big Top" was by 'murder" with a spectator. Mis. Rosemary Johnston as the "vlcllin. Hairy Parr, Owen Harrison, Doi Clinmblln. Dan caldwell and Jer Held, officers of the organlzatloi were detectives. Whorl Ihey ha almost enough clues to capture Ih "murderer," It was discovered tria the "victim" had-only fainted oh the case ^was closed. A quartet, chesler Caidweii, PVe* man Jerhlgan, Ben Lancashire an Hurry Farr, sahg "The .Arilma Fair" and "The Man on the Flyin • J " Four Beta members, Don Chimb lln, Bill Williams. Grady Mage, Jere Reid and Chester Cai*wel discussed the re'<iu!s,ltes of thejt" or gahlzatlon. As they (old at lea< ehship. characletv loyalty and pa trotlsm, a star was added to a blac Beta emblem, on the - wall ; behlh the main table. The Beta pledge was given t new members. W. L. Hdrher, Chai les digger, Larry Hearh, .Sat Johnson, Jerry Morgan, Freeriia Jernigali, James Peterson, Wlllloi Dunaway, Dick Williams, Jlmm Henry and Charles Henderson. After the pledge, menibers. sah the Bela song. Seventh Grade Boys Present Bird Program Boys, of the seventh grade, section two. Junior High School, presented g bird program Thursday In general assembly. The program was to emphasize the Importance' of conserving bird life. The Imbils and characteristics of I many familiar birds were reviewed and bird pictures shown to aid In llielr Identity. Those who participated In the program were: J. H. Riggs, Eugene Duncan, teroy Prullt, Billy Crnflon. Tom Walls. Tommy Young, Frahkllh Henson, Jimmy Whllworlh. William Sylvester, Jerry Whlt- wortli, Eavl French, Tommy Phillips, liill Doss. Hobby O'Ncll. Willian Jaines arid U C. Ramsey. ,WMU Meets Yesterday i Tlie Woman's Missionary Union (of Clear Lake Baptist Church met Thursday afternoon j>t the home of Mts. Henry Woolen wikh 10 , members present. The session began with group singing and Mrs. Ynrbrough led in prayer. Mrs. Walter Worslcy had charge of the Bible study, taken from Ihe 27th chapter of Matthews. Plans were made for a program lo be presented for the Ncgi'o Among the citations which comprise the lesson-sermon Is the following from the Blole: "Thou shall have no other gods before me." Exodus 20:3. FUIX GQSPCL TABfcRNACtE •M. D. Mabry, put*r Sunday school, 9:45 am. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Young peoples meeting. 8:30 p.m. Evangelistic s*i»ices, 1:30 p.m. Tuesday and Friday, prayer services, 7:30 o'clock. Prayer meeting, 7:30 p.m. Choir rehearsal, 8:15 p.m. CALVARY BAPTIST CHURCH P. H. Jernltan, pastor Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship, 10:55 a.m. Training Union, 6:30 p.m. Evening Worship, 7:30 p.hi. FIRST feAPTtST K. C. Brown, biilar Sunday "school, 9:40 a.m. Morning Worship, 10:55 am. Choir wil sing, "When Jesus Whispers Peace." Training Union. C:30 p.m. Evening Worship, 7:30 p.m. WEDNESDAY 'Heathers nhd officers of tlie Sunday school meeting, 1 p.m., at the church. Mid-week prayer services, 7:30 p.m. Choir rehearsal, 8:io p.m. CHURCH OF 1HE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION Rev. B. Francis McDe«iU, pastor Rev. Paul Bujarskl, ssslslant pastor Sunday Masses, 7:30 anrt 9:45 a.m. Weekday Masses, 8 p.m. hioveiia to Our Sorrowful Mother, Friday, 1 p.m. i-HIgli score prize during afternoon gtiines was awarded Mis. Copland ajid sccoiid high weht to Mrs. bor- nellu's SeliSrcf. Mrs. NeVilld Blake- nlore was- awarded rookb priit. -.The hostess served sandwiches and cold drinks. '.. '.* * * rlousegUesfs Is Honored With Luhcheoh Thursday "• Mrs. Clara Weteiitamp of Mem- ph'ji, : niou'seBU«it of'her son, A. fc Weltnkamp, urid Mrs. WetenkamS. was guest of honor .Thursday when l«(r (lai\ghter-^n-law entertained St'ith a luncheon. Guests other than Mrs. Welen^ Hamp were members of th> Oc- tette Club and Mrs. Cbniellus Modinger and \frs. w. M. Me 1 Kenzie. - Vases of mixed Spring flowers Sccoraled the home. ; During afternoon bridge games, . Mrs. Marvin Nuhn was awarded Sjigh score prize, and the hostes? of Mrs. Elisabeth Chism, came the bride Thursday afternoon, 3 o'clock, of Ben Beaver of Tulsa, Okla., In n ceremony at First Bnp- tlst Churchf) The Hev. p.. H. Jernigan, paslor of Calvary Bapllsl Church, dated. Miss Terry Freeman was bride's maid of honor and Daniels served Mr. Heaver us loin. !Harry Fair, c lub president. Miss The bride wore a sky blue wool .Mary Morgan, suit, • with black and while ac- tessbl'les. Her corsage was of pink carnations. Her maid of honor wore an aqua suit wilh bhick and white accessories. Mrs, Beaver is a 1945 graduate' of Blytheville High School And siilce that time has been employed lii Los Angeles and Memphis. The bridegroom recently returned to the .states after 2fi months .service overseas, lie is a veteran of jolir a'iirt a half years service In the'Marine Corps. He was graduated from Bacone Junior College In Muskogce. Okln., and Morgan Park Military Academy, Chicago. . Mr. nhd Mrs. Beavbr will ihnke ttieif hoihe in Tulsa. I WMU,, March 31, at the Negro Church here. The group was dismissed with prayer led by Mrs. Dan Heard. At The Hospital* Bljthtvillr Hospital Admitted: Mrs. w. W. culluhi. cUy. AMhabei Garner, city. ' . circle Thro JismSsseb: Janies Miller, city. Mrs. Louis Webb, Uixorn. ~V»ll*r. C. S'Mivcnsf city. bolcla Rinks, city. Mrs. OBi-doh HCiTick, city. , ov: Mrs. Janies Brock and baby, city, church mbctlhe Mrs. Eillice While and baby, city.' — C. A. Kitiwotcr, city. gitt. her giiesl of hdiior a Mrs. May Ehlettairis Mrs.,-Herman May was riostes. yesterday afternoon lo member uf die Initial Club arid two blue guests, Mrs. C. B. Bennett anti Svffs. Jack Marsh. tilh bunco gariies, Mrs. placed first, Mrs. Clarence bowd won bunco prize and low went t Mrs..'Jack Marsh.. • Arrangements of Spring lloweH decorated'the May home. ,"f He hostess served a salad plat with iced UrinKs. • Read Courier News Want AeU. sponded with "We Liivc to Go, to The Circus." Tlie entire group of 53 members and guesls, salig, 'Tiie Merry Go-Hound Broke Down. eacn gin. Guests included IMr. -and Mrs. W. B. Nicholson, Miss Hosa Hardy. Mrs. Still ford Boohe, Beta sponsor; Nfrs. rtilssell Fair, Beta "Mother," and Ihe members' dates. Tourist SciiooI Reopens BEND, Ore. (U.P.)—Bend's tourist school, an Institution that has iiltracled nation - wide attention, will be conducted again this year under the direction of Don II. | Peoples, As a favor, a balloon was given Pun>ose of the school is lo provide Bend residents information for guidance to tourists. Bend is believed to be the first city in the United States to sponsor n tourist school. Tlie program was suspended during the >war. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH R. H.. Wilford, pastor Church school, 8:45 a.m. Morning worship, 10:55 a.m. Intermediate Fellowship, G:30 p.m. Evening Service, 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Slight choir rehearsal. t.AkF, STttEE't . METHODIST CHURCH Bates SlUrdy, pastor Church School, 9:50 a.m. Morning Worship. 10:45 a.lh. Methodist Youth Fellowship, 0:45 p.m. Evening service, 7:45 p.m. Wednesday, prayer meeting, T:45 Coming Events MONDAY lie Choral Society meet"Y", city irhll, 8 Ulythev ing at 111 ruock. Junior High School Parent Teacher Associalioh meellng nt Ihe school, 3 o'clock, preceded by executive o'clock. Woman's an board meeting at 2:3rt Society of Christian Service of First Methodist Church meeting at the church, 11 a.m., for study or the book, "These Moving Times." Woman's Missionary Society of First Baplist church" meeting in circle groups. Circle one meets with Mis. Alvln Huffman; Circle Two wilh Mrs. E. F. Blomeyvr; will! Mrs. it. L. and Mrs. Pearl Hires, Walls Hospital Admitted: William Presnell, Chambers co-hosless; Circle Four with Mrs. H. E. Bltmkcnship; circle Five wilh Mrs. E. p. Ilardln. Woman's Society of Christian Service of Lake Street Methodist Church mbclihg at the church. y. 1 Woman's Council of First chris-L t" lian Church meeting at Ilic home ",,„'„, of Mrs. M. T. Moon with Mrs. J. C. Lowe as co-hostess. Young women's Foreign Mlssioh- Mlss Dolrothy Jean Higgthson hosttss to OEO Club. Woman's Auxiliary of First Presbyterian Church meeting at the church for prayer .service, 2:30 o'clock: TUESDAY S|>eclal session or 'Senior PTA at the homo of Mrs. Chester Caldwell, 7:30 o'clock. Business Women's Circle of Calvary Baptist church meeting with Mrs. Dovic McCain. Tuesday Bridge club guests .of Mrs. Doyle Henderson. "sirs. J. Karris McCalla hostess to Double G Club. Mrs. Dale Brlggs entertain* La Nueve Club. Mrs. •WEDNESDAY Harfy Kirby hostess V/edne'sday Bridge Club. to Town and Country Club mcel- ing with Mrs. Jitlnes B. Clni'k. Born to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Baker, Rt. 3, city, h son Ihls morning. Dismissed: Mrs. Alelha Randolph, caruth- ersville, Mo. Mj's. Troy Tubberville, Holland, Mo. Troy Tubberville Jr.. Holland, Mo. Paul Edward Ford, Hi. 1, city. Mrs. Alice Womack. cily. Mfmphis Baptist Admitted: Myra Booker, city. Mtmphlj Mflhortist Hospital AtJmilled: it. it. Boyd, Caruthersvlllc, Mo. Born to Mi. and Mrs. H. L, Hlnchey, Caruthcrsvllle, Mo., n daughter. The, Japanese are snUI lo be the greatest movie ntldicls In tho world. A show in Hint coimtrji seldom lasts less than 5'... hours" nry Society of First church of the Nazarene meeting with Tvliss Dorothy Rylee, 8 o'clock. in circle groups. Circle One meets with Mrs. Jim England, 1700 \Vest Aslr. and Circle Two with Mrs. Carra Piultl on Cnrolyh Street. LAWN CHAIRS dnd PORCH SWINGS Made to Your Order. Order Yours NOW! Ellis (Nick) Nichols Woodworking Shop 308 South First Street Picture to Be Shown • "Tlie Slory of Ihe Prodigal Son." molion picture, will bo shown tomorrow night, 7:30 o'clock, at Ihe Flist Christian Church, It was announced by Ihe Rev. R. S. Bitird, pastor. The film is based oh the familiar Bible story in Luke 15. This picture is especially recommeiicMd hat the public was invited. CHURCH NEWS ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH I,. C. Kamsey, pastor Sunday School, D-.45 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Christ Ambassador services. 0:30 '.HI. Children's church, G:30 p.m. Evangelistic Service, 7:30 p.m. Mid-week services, Tuesday niglit. Prayer Meeting. Friday nighl followed by choir practice. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SfeRVlCiES Wonians Cluliliouse, 141C W: Mar "Matter" is the subject of thi lesson-sermon which will be read in all Churches and Societies of thtf Church of Christ, Scientist, on Sunday. The Golden Text is: "My dearly beloved, flee from idolatry." I Corinthians 10:14. BAPTIST CHAPEt, Lilly Street Sunday school. 9:41) a.m. Training School, G:30 p.m. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Harvey T. kidil, pastor Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship, 11 a.m. Pioneers, 6:45 p.m. Evening Services, 1:30 p.nt. WEDNESDAY HRST CHRISTIAN' K. S. Buird. pastor Church School, 0;45 a.m. 'Morning Worship, 10:55 a.m. dliilsliah Youth Fellowship, 1 p.m. Evening Fellowship, with religious motion pictures, 7:30 p.m. ST. MATTHEWS CHURCH Rfv. B. Francis McDevItt, pastor Hev. Paul Bujarxki, assistant pastor Sunday Mass, 9 a.m. CHURCH OF CHRIST K. W. Slovall, minister Bible Class 9:50 a.rh. Morning Worship, 10:50 a.m. Evening Worship, 7:30 p.m. Mid-week Bible Class, Wednesday. 7:30 p.m. FIRST CHURCH OF THE NAZAHKNE F. W. Nash, pastor Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. , Morning Worship, 10:50 a.m. Nazarene Young People's Sociely, 0:45 p.m. Evening Worship, 7:30 p.m. Mid-week prayer service, 7:4f P.m. THE BEAUTT CLINIC Marearet Deen Smith, Owner Ingrain Blilf. Phone 3274 I/et Ble Erect Your Prefabricated House Free Estimate. 1 ;—No Obligation 6. W. FARRINGTON i^i So. Lilly Btylhevllle, Ark. 1 ] Wh«re Your F lower* Are— You Are! One call to us will arrange to have your retnernbrnncris sent, not just once, but month after month; Ask about this plan. SHOP t.tJO. Bcrrtn We "Oelhret Anjrwhen Fk 4*1 Mn. I. ML (M»): WnBuM, •waer GieneM Bide. ANCE Saturday Night, March 23 8 p.m. to/2m. ar the OSCEOLA American Legion Hut ORCHESTRA? Admission SI.00 plus A Spring Hat is a Tonic for Milady! A Ne\y Lamp. A gaily colored Vase — Coffee Table Accessories — Figurines or some riire Antiques will give a'") veal lift to your liortie. it's Smart to Shop at The Gift Shop MODERN — ANT.'CltlE Moss Bryan 103 E. Main PhonWa254 Radios Repaired Auto - Electric We Pick Up and DeDvel Just Received! fleetric Phonographs With Automatic Record Changer. 12 Ten Inch Records. Ten 12 Inch Records. $49.95 CITY RADIO REPAIR 324 Fast Main Phone 2407 Continnotn Show* Every D»j Box Office Opens 1:41 Show Starts 2.-SO JJ8TEN I'D KLCN nM. 1Z:*5 p.m. «:M Saturday t OLD r Mr*.* AT IONS liquid — Tobleh — Solv* — MoM Dran : Hcu sdtWxKi milioni fcr Won. J Announcement LEWIS PINION has Jnrt jnin«i our lust Received— A shipment Type Electric Charley's Electric Service \ti BRING YOUR ELECTRIC PROSUMS TO Us ** hmve pteMt * M» *** »»» M M pt*w»t service m tOL • WORK CLOTHES LAST LONGER Sf ND your work ttdthes here . .. they'll receive the same fine care as your best dress shirts.' BONbED AND INSURED 24--Hour TAXI SERVICE CALL 968 KallrMd Street Bill Wuhderlich Re*r Robinson's Drag St»re ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES Lef us figure your btli of materials or the fatal Contract, including labor. WALPOLE ELECTRIC CO. 110 So. Sec. Phone 3371 For Your Home Springfield Couches, Lounge Chairs With Ottoman, Chiffrobes, Bedroom Snitea, Springs, Mattresses, 5 piece Breakfast Seta. Ju»t Received: Metal Trunks & Lockers Alvin Hardy Furniture Co. 301 East Mart St. New and Uoed Phone 2M2 SOMETHING NEW! READY-MIXED CONCRETE Foundations-Sidewalkl-Driveways-Porches Caff 517 for estimates PRIDE and USREY COAL and CONSTRUCTION CO. Approved FHA Contractors FOR SALE! 16 Gal. Corrugated Stftel Ctilverts in 16" Lengths with Cennecting Bands. They're Lighter than Concrete, Easier to Install and Will Last » Lifetime. CALL OR WRITE- LEE WILSON & CO. Phone 18 Wilson, Ark. FOR RENT... Frozen Food Lockers Equipped to Cure Vow Horns, Bacon, Sh«wldert, Sama«e A Complete Meat Curing and Storing Service FROZEN FOODS A COLUf.'.DIA P1CTUM Serial: "Royal Mnniiioi!" Nu. 5 anil Short ohtinuou. 1 ; Showing 12:30 to li-iSO Sunday and Monday T<> 0 110 DOt-ORES MDRAN * HARRY OAVSNPOriT ROSEMARY DaCAJAP • SCREEN PLAY BT -JO PAOAlSO'fROM ASfOflY BY rlARl/J 1 ! VittM FREDERIcTd'eliiOROflVft 'aramount News A- Sclented Shorn Continuous showing 1:15-11 :M Matlnme Sat. & Son. 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