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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, September 30, 1944
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PAGE TWO 6LYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER 'NEWS' SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1914 ', Coming Events /. h ., MONDAY , Womsn's'CJiristian Service, First MejhooUst church, mil meet at the churclf for, business, 2:30 p. m Woman's '-'Society of' Christian Service,, Ljike I street Methodtst Church,' will meet at Ihe churcli for study 'course, 2 30 p m 'Missionary Study Group of Women's Council of Fir^t Christian Church ivlll meet v,lth Mrs W. D Cobfy 2.30 'p m > Women's^Missionary Union, First Baptist Cl^urshjyUrryive executive board meeting at'church 1.45tp m, followed by general business meetlngi 2 30 p. i m. r Women's Auxiliary o(-F(rst Pres- bjterla'n Church sUl have executive board meeting at church, 2 30 p m 'Trl-Delta Club meeting with Miss Mary Spain Osrey, 6 00 p. m. TUESDAY Wesleyan Service. Guild \\lll meet at First; Methodist Church, 7.30 p m., Willi Mrs. Algie Biship nnd Mrs. JnckjBlshlp, as hostesses. La'Ncuve Club meeting with Mrs Mehln Halsell. Mrs: Sanford Boone entertaining Double G Club ' Club Eight meeting Tilth Mro G O Poetz Mrs S P. Martin entertaining Bi-Monthly Bridge Club. Tuesday Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. W. C Hlggliuon. WEDNESDAY Club, Guests Entertained Mrs. Dessle Garrett tm(} Mrs. W, 3. Colston played, bunco with mem-, bers of t.he Initial' Club yesterday afternoon' when Mrs. Herman May entertained ;th"t group at' 'wmc on Kentucky Avenue. Bunco prize went to Mrs. Johnny Ulckman, high score to Mrs. Lane oKcll and low to Mrs. GnrrelJ, Tlie hostess served tv sandwich with iced , drinks. ADO Club meeting \yith Mrs J. Farrls McCalla Mrs Clara Peary entertaining Friendly Seven Club Mrs. G. G, Caudlll entertaining Town and Country Club. THURSDAY Miss Patty June Davis entertiln- ing Thursday Night Bridge Club CJub 28 having: suppei dance at American Legion Hut, 8 p m. Mrs W.iM McKcwle cntertiln- fng Friday Luncheon Club FRIDAY' , CBC Club meeting wit! Lendeimle rFowler. Mrs Lanei Nowell entertaining Initial oniD. ^ Chaper'"N'' of P E O Sisterhood meeting with Mis W !• Homer 4, p m Mrs John Brlllhnrt entertaining G N B Club. Mrs. Son Is Boin Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Filzpalrlck nre the pai'ents of h. son b'orh Wedncs- day morning aUSknller's clinic. The baby, their flfsl 'child hns : been named Joe Raymond Jr. The Fitzpalrlck's live at 307 East Davis, Mrs. Langdon Is Hostess Fall flowers In vivid lines nltrnc- tlvely decorated the living room ot the W. S. Langdon-home yesterday afternoon when Mrs. Lancdon wns hostess to members of llie C.IS.C Club for. their regular weekly pnr- 's r . , High score prize was nwnrdcc Mrs. O. O. Elklns, second high lo Mrs. Lcndcnnle Fowler, nnd Mrs C. J. Little was awarded bridge prize. A-dessert course was served at llie conclusion of. the afternoon. Son Is Born Yesteiday r The Hev. and •' Mrs. R. S. Bnird re the parents of a son born Into •csterday at Walls Hospital., Tlie >nby lias been nnmed Robert Scott. ThcBp.irds, who live nt 1134 Holly Street, have a daughter, Both, Who s 10 months old. The Rev. Mr, Bnird Is pastor, of the First clvrls- Church. Bits of News Mostly Personal Miss Anna Ruth Unsl.oU has returned lo her home In Memphis after a visit, of several days as the .nest of Mr. nnd Mrs. W. E. Uafean and family. Miss Haslctt will filler St, Joseph's Hospital in Memphis Monday for training as a cadet nurse. Mrs. Lan Williams and Mrs. L, W. Walters of Osceola, spent Thursday here ns guests of Mrs. Lula Boyles. Gerald Wheeler, fireman 1-c In the Navy, has returned lo the West Coast for reassignment after spending his leave liere with his wife nnd children, and his.parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Elule Wheclev. His sis- tor, Mrs,.Jack AdKlns of Gulfport, Miss., who cnmc lo be with her brother, also has returned lo hei home. Dr. and Mrs. w. P. Brewer have as their guests for several days, her Miss Blankenship Weds Sergt. Louis E. McClisK Tlie marriage of. Miss Bllllc Blankenshlp, -daughter of Mi and Mrs W ft Blankenshlp to Sergt Louis E Mciplish of Amarillo, Te>.as and Blfthevllle Army Air Field, v,os quietly solemnized this morning, o'clock, a^ the post chapel Chaplain George. M&rrs perf,ormec the ceremoriy in'_tl\e presence of the family an4 tnlimul^ friends of the couple '. J .' ' \ Miss Hulh Blankenshlp, a, niece of the bride, served-os maid pf honor She wore a dress of moss greet Viool, with* hannprUzing brown accessories and, a corsage of >ello\\ rosebuds JJ. - The bridijchose, for her redding a two piece." dress of smoke gnij vool, with brown accessories and a corsage. o(, orchids Seigt Borneo A Tuicotte of Blytheville Ariny Ah- Field served Sergeant McCllsh as best man Immediately*following the ceremony, an informal reception was held at the- home of the bride's brother, K..C. Blatikenship, when.-he, and Mrs Blankenship entertained 15 guests Punch nnd wedding cake, was: served: from the refreshment table, which wa$ centered with a, crystal'bowl'of lavender asters, wltlx otlier/vases of these-flowers arranged throughout! the entertaining .rooms. * I Later in the '.day,- Sergeant nnd Mrs. McClfsh left for a brief red- ding trip before returning here to make 'their.'hdrn.e-while.-he is stationed .at the -.local.air,field. Mrs. McCikh attended schools In Memphis prior to moving here with her family, Sergea'ht McClish, who, is the- son .of Mr. and Mrs. .W: O. McClish. of Amarillo,',was a student at Amarillo College prior to entering!the Army four years ago. At The Hospitals Walls Hospital Admitted: R, L. Payne, city. •Johl) -West, Hennoiidnle, Mo. Joyce Dnmon, city L. c. Morgan, Cooler,. Mo. •Bo'rir to the'Rev. mid-Mrs. R. S. Bnird, a son, late yesterday. Dismissed; Mrs. Arjw. Spencer, city. Crete ..Moody, city. Barbara Ann Clark,. Cooler. Mo. Sheila Jean Chirk;' Cooler, Mo. Myrnn Sue Clark, Cooler, Mo. Mrs. Snm Slkes, -'• Carulhcrsvllle, Mp Marj Jo New comb, city BIylhevillc HosuUnl Admitted > I Jerr v Wade, tlty. , r " C. b. Barfield, city. Memphis ; Methodist Hospital Admitted: Marvin MeRne, Luxorn. Memphis Baptist Hospital Admitted Mrs; Ear) Boney. Steele, 'Mo. Mrs. A. D. Fielder, Steele, Mo. brother, C. G. Daniel and Mrs. Daniel find Mrs. Daniel of Mount Pleasant, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel arrived today. Dr. niul 'Mrs. W. S. Eastburn, Dr. nnd Mrs. Edward Mart In , of Memphis and Dr. and Mrs. Tom Wortham of Rlpley, Tenn., .left this afternoon for. Nashville, Tcnn., where they will attend . n two-day convention of physicians to be hcl( there tomorrow nnd Monday. Mrs. J. P. Friend returned Thurs day from Shreveport,Ln., and Jns- pcr, Texas, where she spent 10 days with Mrs. Bunion L. Lewis. Miss Cordelia Wilhlte and Mis. Joscplilnc Wllliltc, who rcccnlb sold their home nt 1128 West Wnl- nut to the \V. T. Burnett's, movet yesterday to the Goff Hotel when they • arc making tholr home temporarily. Richard; Becker returned till morning from n flvc-cliiy business trip to Houston; Texas. Mrs. W. K. Francis nnd son, ar rived Thursday night from Pin Bluff to. 'spend two weeks with he parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Tom A. LUll nnd family. Mrs. Ethel Miller had ns her ov cnilRht guests lust night Mrs. Elhc Colllgan, Miss Veronica Moore an Mrs. Colllgnn's brother, Perry Me Gee, nl| of Chicago. Thomas E. Arnold of Mcniphi was the guest last, night of Nfr. nm Mrs. M. S. Yates and family. Miss Lottie Neel hns relurnc from a three week's vacation spcn Iii 'Miami Bench, Flu., aim othe points of interest .in Florida an AInbnnin. ^ Mr. and Mrs, George Yntcs have, moved from the home they foyin- crly. owned nt 4)3 North Rrondwuy, lo their uptntmcut at 62414 West Revision >lan Is Backed Judicial Group Wilt Co-Operate In Drive. For Modernization LITTLE ROCK, .Sept. 30 (UP)— ilie Arkansas Jud'lclnl Council Is oliift to back llie Ai'xnnstui Bar As- aclnlion's drive to modernize Ar- :nnsns court procedure. Meeting In Little Rock Friday, the oiincll, composed of the state's linnccry, circuit and Supreme Court judges, agreed lo back the nove nnd authorized appointment >f committees to work for complete cvlslon of civil procedure and lo lelp formulate a new probate code Elected president of the group was iircult Judge J. S, Wood of For Smith. He succeeds Chancellor J M. Shinn of Harrison. New vice ircfildent is Chancellor Harry '1 iVoolrtdgc of Pine - Bluff. Pulaskl Dhnnceiv Clerk Hugh S. Nixon was re-elected secretary-treasurer. President Wood will appoint n rcmmlUcc (o ask (he 1045 Lcgls- nturc to authorize appointment by the Arkansas Supreme Court of •a committee to revise civil proceed- 1 ire. Judge Wood also will .appoint n committee to work with the State Bar Association on a new probate code. . , The group also adopted two resolutions presented by-Circuit Judge Lawrence C .Autcn of Little Rock'. One authorizes the council's executive- committee to prepare a legislative proposal vesting In the legislature tftc power' to fix compensation ami method of payment of circuit nnd chancery judges similar to Ihe law now governing payment ot prosecuting attorneys. A second resolution directs the executive committee to ask the Legislature to make the council a legal entity. Army Therapy j.eads. Wounded, h New Careers My (IAZW, United Press SMI C'orwspunilelit VAN NUYS, Cal. <U1>) — Spark- lug filtn actress Jinx Falkenberg t.ljted her head and the pencils faced over drawing boards »a more than a < score of convalescent soldiers tinned their thoughts from Ihe battlefield to the peaceful art of portrait painting. The scene was the Army's Birmingham General Hospital iii pic turesquc San Fernando Valley, where hundreds of Southern California Eoldlprs nrc recuperating from war wounds— and learning a peacetime trade at the sanie time. The "nil e'ass is only one of mnny types of. classes in which veterans are training themselves for new Jobs and rehabilitating themselves for; old ones. ; I.eani Radio Repair Men who were shoe clerks before tlio war will open tlielr own radio repair shops- because they have learned how to build a radio set while still In 'a wheelchair. Others, who drove trucks in civilian life, emerge from the Main. Charles Steele Pastor Accepts Post In Blytheville The Rev. Ira M. Brycc of Stcclc hns accepted the pastorate of the Pull Gospel Tabernacle In Blytheville, and he and his. family have already moved here nnd arc mnk- ing their home nt 105. West Vine. Pastor of the Denloii Assembly o! Ood Church ir> Steele for the r pasl two and a half years, the Rev! Mr Bryce, also has filled the pulpit ir Churches.In Clovls, N. M., t .Brbwn- rield'nnd'LulitxxS, Texas. " .'•* lie succeeds the Rev. Clifford L Thncker, who hns.accepted a position In St. Louis. Ray Morris and Gene Today Last Day For Collection of Clothing .The, emergency collection of clothing for Europe, which has Ijeen conducted by the First Christian Church In Blytheville ccopernlton with the United Na- Uons Relief and Rehabilitation Administration, will close tonight, "t was announced today by the Rev. R. S. Bnird, pastor of the Church. ' Anyone In Ilia-'community may cooperate In this collection of clothes, the Rev. Mr. Bnird said. The. place of collection Is the Christian Churcli hall, ndjnceiil to the church building. The itoor Is open: belweeif the hours of 9 a. m. Spinner of Parkin, Ark., nre spending Hip weekend here as guesls of Mr. aii<i Mrs. Cnrl Lay. s A .woodpecker's tongue Is longer than Its hend. CHURCH NEWS FIRST METHODIST CHURCH S. 11. Wllfoid, pastor Church School, 9:45 n. m. 0. S. Brnnson, supl. Morning Worship,, 10:55 a, m. Junior Fellowship, 7 p... ni. Evening Service, 1:30 p.: m. Choir Rehearsal, Wednesday, 1:30 i). m. I.AKF, STREET METHODIST CHURCH. Dales Sturdy, pastor Church School, 9:50 a.'m. Ivcrson Morris, supt. Morning Worship, 10:45 ' a. m "God Calls Men to the Ministry" pastor's subject. World Wide Communion will be observed Sunday. Junior, Intermediate and Senior Youth Fellowship, G:30 p. m. Evening Worship, 7:30 p. m "What the Church Offers", pastor's subject. Board of Stewards meeting home of Billy King, Tuesday, 1:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting nnd Choir Practice, Wednesday,. 7:30 p. m. hospitals as typists, offering drastic .changes In their occupational potentialities. When the primary purpose o such therapy is lo provide the wai wounded patients with self-confidence, the results have far excccd- <1 the original motive, hospital at- emlimts reported. Typing Opens Fields 111. the typewriting group more linn 100 patients have learned the tcybonrd and have become moder- itely fast typists since the class 'icgan three months ago. One pa- ient, with n head Injury which mralyzcd. his side, Is learning lo type to regain the use of his hand. But the iiiajorlty have expressed he desire to make typing an integral part- of Iheir postwar work. And so it Is In the other fields. In >,lin rndip repair class only one patient in a group of 30 had iind fliiy previous technical radio esiwriencc. Wow the entire class can lake n set apart, repair it nnd emi build their own sets.- Several of the men plan to abandon their previous occupation and open up repair shops. Aid From Experls Civil service nnd companies with foreign holdings are assured trained veteran switli new-found skills In foreign languages or advanced mathematics -through these classes. '••To top off the group instruction, Indlvidim! help is given by members of lhc Hollywood writers mobllizn- 'tlon to veterans Interested in a writing career, while a group of •talented and famous artists nre •instructing in sketching, painting and drawing. .'''These- are just n few of the classes, which include a variety of subjects nnd'trades, such ns theatrical inake-up, radio script wrlt- iiagement; voice In- iraft ^ssemb'ly rind construction, and modified engl- I'HOMISEI) LAND METHODIST CHURCH D. G. llindman, pastor Church School, 10 a. m. Worship Service, 11 a. in. ST. STWHEN'S EPISCOPAL » CHURCH Thomas B. Sm.vthc Jr., minister Church School, 9:30 a. in. Holy Communion and Sermon, 11 CALVARY EPISCOPAL CHURCH Osccoii) Thomas li. Smylhe minister Evening Prayer and Sermon, 1:30 p. m. bAPTIST CHAPEL Lilly Street Sunday School, 9:40 a.m. Russell Baugh, supt. B. T. U., C:15 p.m. Miss Sarah Prances Rowland, director. The Chapel Training Union will have a study course next week be-1 ginning each night at 7 p.m. FULL GOSPEL TABERNACLE ' Ira M. Itrycc, pastor Sunday School, 9:45 ; a. in. Roj f Handley, supt. : Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Sermon by pastor. Young peoples P.Y.P.A. Class meets at 7 p. m- Evening Worship, 8 p. m. Special music and evangelistic sermon. Mid-Week services Tuesday and Friday nights, 8 o'clock. A friendly welcome to all. -FIRST CHRISTIAN CUUUCH K. S Balrd, minister Bible School, 9:45 n. m. Rally Day observance. Many of the pupils In the school will receive cei'-lfl- calcs of promotion. Morning Worship, 10:50 a. in. This (s World Communion Simday. The sermon ivllj lie on the Lord's Supper. Wednesday night is Church Night. At 7:45 the service for all the church will be conducted on the theme, "Jesus Dedicates His Ministry". Everyone is Invited to the services ot the church.. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES Woman's Clubhouse U1C \V. Main "Unreality" is the subject of the ^ Lesson-Sermon which will be read j in all churches and Societies of the World Communion Service, 11:45] Church of Christ, Scientist, on W.S.C.S. Friday at church, 2:30 p. m. , Sunday. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH E, C. Brown, pastor Sunday School, 9:40 a,m. P. J. Deer, supt. Morning Worship, 10:50 a.m. Solo by Corp. E. M, Gunn. B. T. U., 6:30 p.m. E. L. Sherrick, director. Evening Worship, 7:30 p.m. Special music, "A Pilgrim's Journey", vomen's chorus. Fellowship service ench Sunday :iight following the worship service for soldiers, their wives and friends. WEDNESDAY 7 p.m. S. S. Teachers and officers meeting. 7:30 p.m. Mid-week prayer service. 8:10 Choir practice. jj»B, airriirt. mnr TLniatiOrl. alrcr No Difference,in Width . WOODBURY, Vt. (UP)-B!\ck ; ln the heyday of Woodbury fis n granite center, the president of the nine-mile railroad connecting the town and quarries offered to exchange, passes with- the president ,of lhc New York Central, admit- nnd..G p. m., nud persons may; ling that his line wns shorter, but lenve • their usable clothing there Insisting Hint "it's just ns wide." Poisonous honey is produced bs some South American bees. Continuous Shcwi Every Day Box Office OlJtrw 1:45 Show. Slarts 2:00 USTEN TO KLCN Saiurthiy 6GOFY GHOSTS AHO GHASTIY LAUGHS TIic Golden Text is: "The things which are seen arc temporal; but the things which are not seen are eternal." It (Corinthians 4:18. Among the citations which comprise the Lesson-Sermon Is the following from the Bible: "Wherefore do y e spend money for that which is not bread? and your la- bour for that which sattsfielh not?" Isiah 55:2. VARBKO METHODIST CHURCH D. G. IJinilniarij ]>aslor Church School, 10 n. in. Worship Service, 11 a. m. World Communion Service, 11:45 n. m. Mid-Weck Service, Wednesday, 8 . m. W.S.C.S., Thursday, 2:30 p. m. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Harvey T. Kidil, minister Rally Day in Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. ' Sacrament of the Lord's Supper, 11 a., m. Pioneers, 1 p. m. Evening Service, t'AS p. m. WEDNESDAY' ' Prayer Meeting, 1:30 p. in. Choir Rehearsal, 8:15 p: m. MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP 1M B. Flnt Phone 2532 Bring Us Your Beauty Prob/emi Modern Equipment Expert Beautician* Destructive termites work so rapidly that foundations of even new i buildings have to be replaced after two years. ' GREETING CARDS For ,lhe boys overseas. MAIL NOW I The Gift Shop Modern & Antique GUIs MOSS BRYAN to be shipped for relief of persons' In the war zones. Read Courier mm w»n» «0m WCKEOC >r Mnlaiial Symptoms. ATTENTION, MEN You may be good Christians but no one or no one thing was ever so good that it cannot be improved — improve your Chiislian life and be of help to otheis by attending your class and chinch icgujar- ly. The lesson October 1st, "Jesus the Light of the \Vorld." October 8th "Jesus' Piogiam for Meeting Life's Problems." We need to leanv more of this. •Alt' men from 21, to ? age will find a real welcome at the Men's Bible Class of the First Christian Church. If you are there we will say much obliged- Come again. 'S BIBLE CLASS First-Christian Church MINNIE LEE JONES Teacher of Pinno Announces reopening of -ho classes for beginners and advanced pupils. Enroll p|ow For Convenient Hours. Studio 807 Chickasawba Phone 2994 DON EDWARDS "The Typewriter Man'f ROYAL, SMITH, CORONA, AND REMINGTON PORTABLE [ TYPEWRITERS 118 N. 2nd STREET PHONE 3382 |, (Every Transaction Must Be Satisfactory) SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS, properly. designed.' are remembered always. 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