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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Tuesday, March 26, 1946
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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS TUESDAY, MARCH 20, 1940 Lejds WSCS' Study Program Mrs Harry V>. Halnts. study chairman of the Woqun's Society, of Chrtetiat} Servjoe of First MeHfOdist-p^urch, led tht^sjudy program of 'the Book, 'These Moving Time*" by Hermann N. Morse yesterday at 'the society's "meeting. Gathering at the church for the lessonsjmd program were approximately .60"'4'ot»jeii, "incli)d|n'g inpni- ' ' '' ..... ' bers 'And guests. Mri Hajnes gave (lie Introduction lo the' book",'pbintmg otrt. that th" title;."These Moving Times" typifies (his' age. The" book yas written during ~-World War "H, apd since .that time' there, have been many changes In the ways of living. The devotional given had an Easter theme and Mrs. Col'eman Stevens,'pianist, played selections softly" to form a badtgfourid for the story, of Jesus' dqath ancl resurrection. ' • Teachirignte six'chapters of file book'w'ere"Mrs. Charles* Alfbrd, Mrs R. S. Balrd, Mrs. E. D. Foster, llrs O. E."Khudseii, Mrs/ H.'W. Wylic and Mrs' ; 'Jesse M. White. 'Mrs Baird^ a gue'st from First Chrlstlai Church',' arid Mrs.'-White, a fcu'es from First' Presbyterian Church were irivlted to participate on th program ^t'o stress' Inter-de|iomlna lloh "Of "churches 'In mission' 'work. . ' "Lunch H'as served at noon In the. . recreatlbg'' room' 'of the;' church. Committees from each society "pre- pared"th*e'-meaj : , se'rVed buffet sti'le; 'Trje 'cliifrch ' was .deco'rated wilh arrangements of. Spring flowers." A guesf was Mrs. E.'A. Regeno^d of"paris> Te?i.. 'B'ere-with 'her son, E. M! FUfgeribld,- i and family.'' Mrs. Moon Hostess TQ , ,.;.„;....._.;.. 'C^.' f -.,,.... -'*$ ;', "yeb'tercjiy afternoon to l! members; of tlie ' Wqman.'s '"-•••--of FJrst ^Christian' Cljiirch. Mrs. Ruppvt Crafton led the devotional -'and conducted Call'quizY'' ' ''•'",.'" ' Mrs. '£. C. Ellis presided over fhe brje'f'buSliVess sessjori' arid t|ip Bey" R.' S.'fijatj-a'led in' discussing pjaff; for thSprje-Easter casing and a'pre- Eastibr 'prayer service'.' lie lea' tjii . group in'prayer. Tpe Cfmricil'jyas dismissed w[jl the j^issjoriary Benediction, and"re. frcshments 'sej-yed 'during ihe spcla lipur'"fiiiit followed. r ir$t. .Baptist Wornen Vfepf In Cjrcle Groups The Woman's Missionary Society f First Bap.tist Church rpet yes- erdfiy "afternoon jh'>'clfcle groups or pfogram and social sessions. Circle one 'met at the home of Mrs. Alvin Huffman with 11 mem- Mis present.'' Mrs. *E. B. Woodson ed the devotional and Mrs. Marlon Williams taught ti\e lesspn. Pi ay- irs w?re offered by Mrs. H. H. Brooks' and Mrs. E. C. Brown. Mrs. E. F. Blon^eyer was hostess o r seven members of Circle Two. Mrs. Charles Ray Newcomb and Mrs. Ebb Carson • participated on he prograip. Mrs. Ted King taught ,he lesson.' "' ' Mrs. H. L. Chambers was hostess and Mrs. -Pearl Hires, co-hpstess, !o circle Three. Mrs. R. E. Blaylock gave the devotional, taken irom Psalms and Mrs. Tom Wi Jackson led the 12 members present In prayer. The lesson was taught by Mrs. E. E. Stevens and Mrs. R. G. Cash offered the closing pray? er. Miss Maude Adnms was a new inember present. 1 Members of Circle Four gathered at the home Pf Mrs. H. E. Blan- ienshlp; for a luncheon. Included In the 13 members present was a jiew member, Mrs. J. G. Ashley. The Minister Will Accept Position For The Summer The Rev. Doyl* nlrctsoc of Southwestern Seminary, Fort Worth, Tes- sas, has accepted tlio position of associate pastor of First Baptist Clnirch during ttic Summer. He will be In riiinge of the Lilly Street Baptist Chapel operated by this church, a poslUon he held last Summer. Upon completion of his temporary pastorate here lie will return to he Southwestern Seminary "where Is studying for lib degree In Theology. Central College President Will Take New Post , devollpnaV taken Ivpm 113 'salins. was given by Mrs. Blankpn- hlp. Prayers were led by Mrs. C. E. ohnsori apd J. W. Airfen and the esson ta.uetit by Mrs. Theodore gan. . Mrs. F,. P. llardin was hostess o six members of Circle Mve. Mrs. \T. C. Outlaw gave the devotional, aken frd'(n 67 chapter of Psalms, and stie'and' Mrs! B. W. Woolen e'd in prayers. Mrs. Walter Bishop .aught the lesson. R«freshment.s were serycd at ench of the honips. Mrs. M. T. Moon tfas hfistess' her daughter, 'Kirs. £. O.' " Pavty Resignation of Edwin S. Preston president of Central College Conway, will be considered at a iiicetlng of Ihe Board of Trustee. 1 lo ho hel<i Tjiesday, April 2. .11 Conway, It lias been announced b\ (lie Re'v. E. C. Brown, pastor First Baptist Churcii ni'ul pre'sidcn f the boaru. The resigning president became lead pf central'College In July, 943. He Is resigning lo accept he position of president of Cumberland University, Lebanon, Tenn. Shady Grove Group Holds 4-H Meeting A meeting o/ the Shady Grove -H Club was held Thursday, wlih Mary Jo Williams presiding. Thlr- .y nine club members were present. The group snny, led by Clavern .ovc!e:;K, son^ captain. Two new orncei's v;tT0 elected at Ills meeting. They were Lavada itengan, Jiocrelary; lamina llrinkley, x-portoi'. There wei'e eight new nemljcrs Joining the club. Reports were given by the follow- In!; group captains: Billle liolllngcr, pig captain: Clavern Loveless, calf captain; Joan Good.son, gardening and canning captain; Bessie Jean Pierce, clothing captain; Mary .Jo Williams, poultry capliiiii; tiiul Aiiii Smith, cookery captain. Miss Corn Lpe Coleman, home dcjnonstratlon ugent, ted a discussion on gardening. At The Hospital* ISIythcville Hospital Admitted: Herbert Earl Mitchell, city. Hen Shanks, city. 1'esey liomar, stecle, Mo. Mrs. Orvlllc Clilsm, city. Mis. W. H. Gilford, Stcelc, Mo. rt. I/. Maxwell, city. '.Mis. Adu Crooms, city. Mi.s. J.oster Gill, Dell. Bo:n (o Mr. and Mrs. Frank Greei. city, a son Hits morning. Uoni to Mr. and Mrs. Jack HI) ins. Huffman, a son last night. Walls Hospital UlmiUed: MJ>. W. A. O'Neal, Manila. Diii'inic Franklin Shoe, Tyler, Mo. Rnymuncl Tsiylor. city. Mi.-.. K. a. Swafford. Rteclc, Mo. ! Mi.;. J- B. Husband, city. .Mis. Robert Thompson, nt. I, city. Andy White, lit. 3, city. Wiivue Taylor, LeacUville. Plsniissctl: Mr.-. Klbcrl Huffman nn<| baby, city. » ., . Mr.-.. Oscar nftlsmore, Manila. H(-)i-n Sun Pifge, Miinila. N - Hnniihl.s liaplist Hospital Mis. G. S. names, city. On-in irunl, Manila. Photo Is Exhibited A picture of Pamela Crafton, young daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rupert Crafton, was exhibited at the recent Missouri photographers Association In St. Lpiis. The picture was submitted by Miss May Nelson, owner and operator of Model studio here. Judges for the competition were Fred Conway, Mayme Gerhart, S Aslicnbrenner and Edwin Hoffstet: tcr, all outstanding in photographic work. M|-. Conway, school pf Fine Arts, Washington university, head: d the jury. Mrs. O. C. IJicks, who was jMiss Sarah J-Yances. pdw]and before | her marriage'suntlay",'was. Kfitior-| Mr. ed J'ridaj- afternoon yyith .a tea at-are First' Baptist' Clmrch,'wh'efe phurch | secifetairy for 'some ijme'."'y. . Ifostessfis" for. 'the''affair were . leaders pf*tlfe"-bfuf'se)ry 'arid 1 Cradle Roll aepartment^'_Mrs. J.' T. We?l ? brook' a'rid Mrs. Sa'|n' H. Wl|ilams are sup_e'rin{en'deiits of the two (leparlmehts. ' ' Mrs. Charles Ray Newcomb presided at- the bride's book 'apd receiving gjiests'ahd presiding at the tea 'tab)6 ; yere 'Kirs. 'Williams, Mrs. Alvin ' Huffman Jr.,' Mrs." Hay rlqsts ^ilh . Here Satwrday Richard RoberU and Dent Brown both recently discharged from service, were hosts Saturday night with a hay-ride. The group gathered at First Chrls- tlai> CJiurch and from there went Iri o truck unc) trailer of hay to the Mississippi River at Barfleld where they . built a bonfire and roastei welners. Tliey retupied later to Rustic Inn Giiesis, -mcluded Miss 'Aim Gar- :ief anil Miss Nancy CorS, jiotl) o GiWnwpod, Miss'.,' dyernlght guests of Mr.' and Mrs Samuel F. Norrjs; a'jid 'Loiiis Bourgeois of r4ew Grle- ai^s, hpuseguest 6t RIcliavd Roberts. Frank Gveers Parents iV. R. fiumpqs Leads Jgptist CUft Program W. R. Bumpas, Minister of Mus- c and Education. First Baptist hurcli, North Little Rock, is dl- ctiiiB tlif i'ralnlng Union Enlarge- nen(. Campaign this week at First Baptist church here. He alsp Is lending the Young People's Department. dthcr faculty members and the courses they teach are: the Rev. S. cl Brawn, Ad.vut Manual; Mrs. Hatllp I^ewsoiii. intermediate Manual; Miss Etfle Lee Terrell, junior Manual and Mrs. E. C. Brown, Blackwatcr 4-H Club Meets On Thursday A meeting of the Blnckwaler 4-H Club was held Thursday wilh Juiie Waddell presiding. Fifty six club members were present. The group sang, led by Dorothy Yppp, song captain. Report's were given by the following group captains: Clifton uilth, pig captniti; John Alexaner, calf captain; Wayne Blake, corn aptaln; "Louise Whitney, gardening hd canning" capt.^'!!!; 1 Juanita 'Mor- ari, clothing captain; Eva Phillips, loujtry captain; and fCathryii Alex- .n'abr. cookery captain. The basketball captain gave a re- iqi-t from the County' Basketball J'ourririme.nt which ijyag held at pos- lell the''second 'week in Mat'cli. Ilss" Cora Lee Coleman, honie lenionstratlon agent, led a dlscus- ,lpn oil' gardening. Story "To the courses are laugtit In two periods each night. Hour. lie concluded Friday night, S;il!iyaniind lifts.'James Brockin. Mrs. " pliarles"" Penh ' p're'senfed ptanp selections. , 'The table' wa?" covered with o cut-work 61otji and 'Centered' will: •an arrangemciil"pf Spring flower^ carrying ' oiit a 'p,ink and"wliHe color scheme. .^,.. '!',.' '"., ' l ' "Tlie' guest of honor ^a^ pre senfpcl ij'.'corsage 'Of 1 wfilte ca^ia tidns 'with baby'breath; 'which 1 '§h pjned at the shoulder of her w]ii( suit.;' • '. '. : ' ' She was presented misce)larleou gifts'. ' 5 •' *•""'- "' '-• ' •" '" ! I T ^ * ['{. Veteran Celebrates Birthday Friday Night It wa^s really a happy birthda for Jlrh'my Haft,; the'"first lie 'ha sppnl. at liprne sirfcj he Joined 'h Navy four 5*Jrs "ago. }n pbseryante' of tjielr spn's 22 n birthday, Mr. arid' Mrs.' B. C. Ha -"' '' '• ' - : '"' ''[ht with" . ..„..-- .... . . He] relative 4-J^g TTnll 't.>.^.. -._.«_ ' , . . . . ehicrtalned Friday 'rilght wit dinner for his jr'fefids 'anil relati Hajl "h'p'me "was dfddrate sed S with Spring flowers. aild Mrs. Frank A. Greer parents of a' son born this brnlrig at Blythevlllb Hospital. Their fivst son, he has been anted' Frank A. Greer Jr. Mr. Mrs. Greer are parents of aughter, Selwyn Blythe, are iree, . Mrs. Greer Is the former Mls.s Midley Blythe. daughter of Mrs ohh W.'Ely the. Evangelistic Meeting Jo O'pen At Osceola N. B. Hardeman. president, o r'eed-IIarcle'man Collegn bl Sear • and noted BijJle teacher, wll )eai: at Ihe CJuirch of Christ li sceoln Sunday morning onti night ; one'hing a t^vb weeks evangelistic .eellug. Frank Young, of Memphis, will e the speaker nightly beginning londay. lotgrians Hear Taylor Col. D. Fred Taylor, recently re nriied to Oscenla nfter long serv- ce, told of his experiences in Engi\ml and France when speaker at ho mpeting Tucsflay of the Osceola lolnry C|iib. Members of the "JJ'5", Juuioi Jlgh Sc|iPol grpi|p, gathei-cd at the JbuntVy Club Saturday night fo n dancing party. Rcfrpshiueiits vyerp served cluing (lie evening to members nni ,'ljeir guests. ' 'CViaperqnes for the affair wer Mr. and' Mrs. Ev'preft' B. Gee, Mr and Mrs. R. F.'tCirshner". Mrs. Ha'r rnbii Taylor and'Mr. and'Mrs. W \ WunderlicH. WSCS Meeting Held Thi' [.one Oak Woman's Society of Christian Service met Thursday aflnnujon wilh Mrs. Lawrence Lanf Tin 1 ses.sion opened with prayei and worship service was led b\ Mrs. J. R. Colomiin. In addition to Ihe nine members crcM'iil was a visitor, Miss Rutl Ann Hughes.i Birtlulny gifts were presented to Mrs. Dick Fields. Refreshment ! were served and the group dtsmis- ed with a pruyer led by Mrs W, Fields. Are To Sell Spring Concert loyal Arch Leaders Will Visit Osceola William B. Ward of Pine Bluff, rand High' Priest, of Arkansas, loyal Arch Masons, will head the Iclcgnlion of grand officers to visit he Osceola chapter of Royal Arch vlasons tonight. A barbecue supper will precede .he conferring of the Royal Arch degree upon a class of seven candidates. A high, school student will be a $25 War Bond richer after the ticket -selling' campaign for the ClyilievlJle choral' Society Spring concert. At an executive board meeltnj after rehearsal" last 'night, it was voted that ' tickets to the concert Ip be in May, would be. sold by high' school '.students with a $25 War Bopd awarded the studeh wlio sold the most tickets. During the boai-cl meeting, plan. (or ' presenting '"'the concert weri discussed, and. plans made for tin presentation of "The Criicifixjoii,' April l'4! Mrs. W. D. Cobb, vice president | was in chai-rge. ' Under the direction of Mrs,' Dalton C. Fowlslon, the Choral Spcielv practicecl ni|inbers for the ....... Men In Service Fred Jerome Pipkin, baker first class, has arrived In the States on the USS-Delta and is now at Great Lakes, III., awaiting further assignment. He Is a veteran of 18 months duty in the Pacific Theater, having last been in Tokyo, japan, linker Pipkin is the son of Mrs. A. J. Pipkin, 111 East Ash Street. SW'/i 10-15-11. Said building to be used as a Beauty School. Any protest should be made in writing and lllod with the city Clerk. • FRANK WHITWORTH City Clerk. ' Coming Events WEDNESDAY Mrs. Harry Klrby hostess to Wednesday Bridge Club. Town and Country Club meet- ng with Mrs. James B. Clark. Chapter'p> P.' E. O. Sisterhood, neeling with Mrs. R. F. Klrshner. ' THURSDAY Mrs. James Hill Jr., hostess to Octette Chib. Mrs. I,coii Speck hostess to Al>ha Beta Bunco club. Chat-a-way Club meeting with Mrs. Allene laRue. Mrs. Cecil Shane hostess to Midweek Chib. Club Eight meets with Mrs. G. O. ppetz. Mrs, p. D. Poster hostess to Thursday contract Club. s Thursday ' club entertained by Mrs. c. W. Afflick. GNB Club meets with Mrs. W. C. Cowlslpii! Entre Nous Club meeting with Mis. E. R. Dickinson. FRIDAY Friday Rook Club meeting with Mrs. Neville Blakemore. initial Ciub 'guest's "of Mrs. Ebb Reynolds. < Executive Board of Woman's Missionary' Society of First Baptist Church meeting at the church, 2:30 o'clock. NOTICE Notice Is hereby given that Mrs. Minnie Strickler and Mrs. Marie Arnold have made application to erect ;i Frame building 20' x 5-1' on n lot 50' x 150', said lot being carved out of Irregular lot 19 in the SE'.i Happy Days for Sluggish Folks A Spring Hot is a Tonic for Milady! A New Lamp. A gaily colored Vase — Coffee Table Accessories — Figurines or some rare Anliques will give a real lift to your home. It's Smart (o Sbop at The Gift Shop MODERN — ANTIQUE Moss Bryan Phone 2254 THE BEAUTY CLINIC Margaret Deen Smith, Owner Ingrain Bide. Phone 3274 Dscep/a Legion Post Awarded Certificate The Muck Griilcr American Le- jiou Post of Osceola has l)cen awarded n special service certificate by Federal Bureau of Investigation Chief .1. Edgar Hoover, "In gra fiil recognition of oulstancling service to ttic FBI (luring World War II." To Present Class Play The Junior Class of Osceola Hig School' will present the tliree-ac comedy, '"Red:hcndccl Stepchild" 'b Charles George, Friday night }n 11 school auditpriurn. The pl^y is under the directio of Hiss Mary E. Yoiirig and Miss ifelen Pars<5hs. Tafcing' riart will be Betty Jo Woodward, "Gfprja'Gcitirelchi Mur- lyrm'ltissell, Stanley Jones. Evelj,'!! Pigg, "Diilahunty, Bob Van Wpy. Blllie Sue Thomas, Bob Br'adshaw, <3'aytha' J5.rm "Porter, 'Clco Jeah BurcK'aiid'S|ary Amii Phillips. "; .:. "The GrucllWon" |?y .(fihn Stainer \Vill be Presented by the Blytheville Choral Society Under the Qireption of Mrs. Ralton p. Fowlston Mrs. Murray Sniart, Qrgarnst : ... 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Carney 138 East Main Phone 3616 gate* - Phillips Boblnson Benlcc - FeUx Carnej W|»er6 Your Flowers Are — You Are! One call to us will arrange to have your remembrances sent, not just once, but month after month. Ask about this plan. um HER 10 HEAVEN By Ben Ames Williams '•in TECHNICOLOR GENE " CORNEl TIERNEY -WILDE JEANNE CHAIN Directed by JOHN M. STAHl PtoduccJ by WILLIAM A. BACHEK 20lh Centoty-Fox ficlutp SP WJitn Taken / Tbruout The Month Also I Cc««t Stomachic Tmiicl . If you suffer from monthly cramp* with acco'mpanytriK headache', bachache arid nervous. Jittery, cranky feelings—when due to female functional periodic disturb- an'ces^try famous Lydln E. Plrik- harn's Vegetable Compound to relieve such symptoms. Plnkham'sCompound DOTS MOBI Oian relieve such monthly pain. This great medicine also relieves »cco'mpahylng weak, tired, nervous feelings—of such nature. Taken thruout the month— Plnkham's Compound helps build up resistance against such distress. Onr 100 MHR*« Bottles Sold- It MUST •• Good I If you're in need of such help— we urge you to give Plnkham's Compound a fair and honest trial. "Thousands' upoi> thousands of ' FQmcn have reported remarkable benefits. Just »ce"U "Sflu, too, aren't dellehted with results! ' AMCCOMTOWNO being tested Gordon Nelrns, general storekeeper near Jonesboro, Arkansas, calls a neighbor over one of the first experimental power-line carrier telephones. This nevvest of all farm telephone service, using electric power lines instead of regular telephone lines to talk over, is now being given field tests by the Bell Telephone Laboratories and tlie Rural Electrification Administration. Power-line carrier telephones will not be ready for general use until numerous tests are completed. When available, they'll go a long way in speeding the extension and improvement of rural telephone service. • During the war we installed more than 17,000 new rural telephones, and in tlie next five years we plan to put in 165,000 SOUTHWESTERN BELL r.TJ). Bcrfte* We Dcltrcr Anywhere Ph. Ml Mn. f. M. (Mae) WlOUna, .wow Gknco* BW». FOR SALE! I 16 Gal. Corrugated Steel Culyerts in 1C" Lengths with Connecting Bands. They'ic* Lighter than Concrete, Easier to Install and Will Last a Lifetime. CALL OR WRITE— LIE WILSON & CO. Phone 18 Wilson, Ark. Matlncm Sat. A San. Only Box Office Opens 6:30; Show Start* €:45 t. M. Each Eventaf Opens Sbpdaj 1:00; Start* 1:1» , Continuum Shows Sat. and Smn. Bargain Nl(ht Every Mtn* Eicep« Batp.rtUr. N» fn*tt» honored *n 8mn4*7 •* the Roiy. Tuesday and Wednesday DOUBLE FEATURE f rm tfce **H tt w«|* KARIOFF FOR RENT... 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