The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on November 25, 1949 · Page 5
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, November 25, 1949
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1949 (AKK.J COUKIKK NUW8 'Fired' Governor Of Oklahoma Dies Death at 68 Ends Tempestuous Career Of J. C. (Jack) Walton OKLAHOMA CITY. Nov, 25. (jT>> —Former Oklahoma Governor J. C. (Jack) Walton died here shortly «'ter midnight today. He had been In falling health In recent years after a tempestuous political career which saw him ousted from his gubernatorial post during a bitter Ku Klux Klan fight. ' Walton, 68 ,u'ns im|>eached and ousted In 1923 but the next year «ntered the Senatorial campaign and won *he Democratic nomination, However, he was beaten In the general election by W. D. Pine, Okmulgee Republican. Walton was born on an Indiana Jarm March 6. 1881. He later became pM railroad worker and then a railroad executive, electrical engineer »"d traveling salesman before he got Into politics and the oil business. His name was mentioned in an Investigation of the ^reorganized syndicate of the Universal Oil and Gas Co. In 1930. Several alleged officials of the company were indicted and convicted in this mail fraud case. An Indictment against Walton was dismissed. Walton's impeachment producer more fine in Oklahoma politics than »ny other episode to that time. After one attempt to convene the legis- latnre had been frustrated, the as sembly met on Oct. 23, 1S23. am figuratively "threw the hook" at the Ktan-flghltnij chief executive, returning 22 impeachment charges The next month Walton was ouster ed on half the charges by the Senate court of Impeachment. Set Martial Lnw The fiery politician brought the wrath of the legislature on him by declaring martial law over most o Oklahoma because of the Klan dis tnrbanccs. During one of the Klan storms, the governor set up machine guns across from the courthouse ii which a grand jury was convening The grand jury returned indict nients against the governor in this connection but a legislative session shorted'the impending court action Walton went to Houston. Texn after his Impeachment and engager In the oil business for several year.', He then returned to Oklahoma Cit 1 in 1929 to run for mayor again. Hi' opponents charged he was no long er a resident of Oklahoma and h was defeated by C. J. Blinn, a non partisan candidate. In 1932. Walton ran for corpora lion commissioner on a "vinrlica tion" campaign and wa.s elected. Two years later. Walton was Democratic candidate for governo but was defeated by E. W. Mariand Eastern Arkansas Boy Scout-Council To Meet Tuesday The Eastern Arkansas Area Boy Scout Council annual meeting will be held at the Peabody Hotel in Memphis on Tuesday for the Scout- ers from the counties of Craighead Poinsett. Clay, Greene. Randolph' Lawrence, Mississippi. Cross, WoodI ruff, Phillips, st. Francis, Lee Monroe, and part of Crittenden' which comprise the area. Council President Oils Howe of Wabash has appointed Gordon Matthews of Jonesboro as meetinp chairman. Welby Young of Osccola is chairman of the nominating committee, with the following men as members of his committee: D •- B. Aycock, Jonesboro, Joe Crozier Trumann; Nudy Arnof, McCrory; »nd Ralph Abramson, Holly Grove' Mr. Matthews estimates that approximately 250 Scoutcrs will attend the meeting, which will begin at 3:00 p.m. The business session will Include the election of officers for the corn- nig year, and the various Council reports given by Council Operatln" Committee Chairman Euel Forrest Jonesboro; R. C. Shanlever. Jonesboro: Dr. Ralph Sloan. Jonesboro; Marvin Melton, Truman; Harold Ohlcndorf. Osccola; Eric Rogers, Jonesboro: Steve Ralph. Oscroin. Otis Howe, council president will preside over this session The annual Scoutmasters appreciation banquet will begin at 7-1)0 P.m., - and will be highlighted by awards to Veteran Scoulers. and the .gs.waid of the Silver Beaver to the ^mitstanolng Scouier In the Cotirf il NEW : Opens \Vrck nays 7:00 p.m" .Matinee Salur.l.ij- ,t Snmlii.vs Mat.-bun. 1 p.m. Cont. Slidwin Manila, Ark. Shows KVKKV M Friday "HOLD THAT GHOST" willi Ruti Ahluill and I.on ruslrllo Also Shorts Saturday 'LONE TEXAS RANGER' with William Kiliotl Also Shorts Salurriay Ow) Shnw "FLAME OF YOUTH' with Barbara Fuller Also Shnrls Sunday & Monday "DOLLINGSOF OKLAHOMA" wilh Randolph Scott Also Shord CHURCH NEWS Blythcviile FIRST CHURCH OF 'I'HE NA/.AI(i;XK lloyal O. Schullz, IMstor Sunday School 9:45 a.m Sermon by Pastor 11:00 a.m.- Nazareno Training Union 6:30 i.m Sermon by Pastor 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Night Prayer Meet- ng 7:30 p.m. W. F. M S Wednesday Alternoon : p.m Sunday school Visitation Friday ':00 p.m. flllS'l ItAI'TIS'l E. O. hrou'jj pastor Sunday School, 9:40 a.m. Sunday School. y:4-> a.m. Morning Worship Service, 10:SS a.m Training Union, fj-3c pjn. Evening Worship Services. '7:30 p.m Wednesday Sunday Scnool Cabl-, net Meeting 6:4b p.m Prayei Service, 7:45 p.m. Olliec-rt and Teachers meeting T.OO p.m CAI.VAKV HAl'TIS'I )(>lll ami CMiicliasawlia I'. 11. .lern]K:m piistur Sunday School 9:4i> a.m Morning Worship 11:00 a.m Intermi'dititf: G A 'E 5:30 p.m B. 1 u. 7:00 p.m Wednesday chon renearsal and Kvcninp Worship. 8:00 p.m officer^ iinfl teachers meeting at the same horn, 7:00 p.m Wednesday Prayei Meeting, 8:00 Friday. Men's Brotherhood mis'i MRTIIODIST Ku) p I. Ha^ley, pastor Chuicii Scnooi 9:4b a.m Morning Worship 11 a.m Youth Choi! Rehearsal 5:45 p.m 5:30 p.m Juinoi Kelloxvshlp; Inid-mediate M V P.: Senior-Young 'copies M.Y.JF Evening Service. T:30 p.m Alter church leUowblnp 8:30 p.m Wednesday, choii rehearsal, 1:31 p.m Bible Study, 8:30 p.m luVKI'. .STKIiK'l MKTIUIlllS'l Lhizn Harrison, pastoi Sunu.a> dcliuul y.4r> a.m Preaching Service 10.5b a.m W.S.C.S Monday 2:30 p.m Wednesday Mid-Week Scivicei 1:30 p.m FUU. GOSI'KI. TAHLKNACLE Lilly and Vine K. T. Kr-lh-.v. I'ustnr 9:45 Sunday School Pay Austin superinteniienr 11:00 iv' jrnlng Worship 6:-15 P.Y.P.A meets with Mr Ollic Cioodsf < charge 7:45 Evangelistic Service will choir and Orchestra participating Tuesday and Fi-Uai nights services a' .5. 'ncsday night 1; Young People's Night UIIUKCII Ofr Till; liMAIACUl.A ft. COMIUl'TIO.V Rev. li. Knint-ii MrDrvltl. pnsloi Sunday Masses T.M and 10:0 a.m FIUS'I I. I.:TIII-: KAN 517 W Walnut Rev. G. Mirssict. p;islor in a.m.. Sunday School ana Bible Class PAGE 11 n.m Divine Worship. FIUS'I BAl'TIST OIIAI'KI MISSION Rev. David Smith Sunday School 9:40 Worship Service 10:55 a.m. Training Union 6:30 p. in. Evening Worship 1:30 p.m. CHURCH OF CIIIIIST Lonnie Smith. Minister 'AIR RASE Two Blocks North of Cliapcl 10 a.m. Sunday School 11 am Worship Service 6.45 p.m Bible Study 7:30 p.rn Evening Worship Service Wednesday Evening slble Study :30 p.m ASSEMBLY OF GOD Kev. 1C. C. Siinnis. 1'aslnr Sunday School 9:45 a.m Morning Worship !1:00 a.m. Women's Missionary Council 6:30 p.m. Men's Cooperative Council 6:30 i.m. Christ's Ambassadors :30 p.m. Junior Christ Ambassadors 6:30 Evangelistic Service T. 30 p.m. Tuesday 1:30 p.m. Prayer Meet- ig Thursday 7:30 p.m. Bible Study rius i !'RI:SKVTI;KIAN ciuntcn Harvey T. Kitltl. minister | U:45 Siiiulay School 11 a.m. Morning Service 7:30 p.m. Evening Service 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Choir practice RITZ THEATRE Moni.a, Friday S- Siilurdny 'WESTERN RENEGADES' wilh .Inlinny Mark llruu'n Cartoon and Serial SATURDAY XKSHT IWI. SHOW "THEV/OLFMAN" Midi l.dtl ('li:iiK-y Alsu CasUKin Sunday S: Alniuhiy DOSt SCHART In Chora* »r F/oducrla, m:--, 11HIU BUS . E3E3T OiiSCOil O1SBI HSSItt . f»31 SttWlIf .SHIR (Mil 0:30 a.m. Choir Practice. 9:15 Sunday School. 10:45 a.m. "Find God For Yourself." 6:15 Chi Rho Junior mid Senior C.Y.P. 6:30 a.m. Chi RJio Junior and Senior c.Y.F. Lesson. 730 p.m. Dr. E. J. Rogers will present film and lecture on "Past, Present and Future." Also lilnis on missions. Monday 3:30 p.m. General meeting ol Women's Council, Mrs. Albeit Taylor hostess, Mrs. Branan co-hostess. Biiet. Mrs. W. D. Cobb, Mrs Hadley Hays wfll present vocal selections. 7:30 p.m. Boy Scouts.' Wednesday 6:45 p.m. Senior Choir. Choir. ST. STEPHEN'S KI'ISCOI'AL ' William J. FItzhUKh, viral- First Sunday in Advent' 7:30 a.m. Advent Corporate Communion of Men and Boys. 9:30 a.m. Church School 11:00 a.m. Holy Communion with Bishop Mitchell as celebrant. Nov. 30 Feast of St. Andrew, Apostle. 10:00 a.m Holy Communion Dec. 1 4:00 p.m. Intercessory Praj'er Group 7:30 p.m. Choir Practice M. y. r. metlngs second «ncl fourth Sundays 5;3fl p.m. WSCS 'second and fourth Thursdays. WEST EI,VTIIEV[1.I,E PARISH MKTH01HST W- B. Vount, I'aslor Wesley Memorial Church Church School, 10:00 aj«., Supt. f'loyd Davis. Worship Service 11:00 a.m. Worship Service 1 p.m. CHURCH W CHRIST 11. 1'. Sharp, Kvalisclist .-Main at 01 Highway Sunday Heru^on 8:45 a.m. "Modern Pictures In Ancient Sellings"' Communion. Bible Study 0:45 a.m. Sunday Sermon 10:-!5 a. in. -'Modern Pictures In Ancient Settings." Communion. Sunday Evening Classes 6:45. Sunday night sermon, "Little Foxes." Monday niglu 7:30 > pm. Men's chus. Wednesday 9:00 a.m. Ladies Bible Class. Wedne.sday nuiht Prayer Meeting 7:30 p.m. TKiMI'l.i; ISUAI'.I, Dr. Alfred Vise, rabbi Sundny morning 10 a.m Sunday Scliool and Assembly for all groups. Sunday 6 p.m. Annual Congregational Dinner with William Gerber of Memphis as guest speaker. Rural Churches YAKRRO .METHODIST CHURCH l-elloy Henry, Minister Church School every Sunday 10 a.m. Church Worship Services; 2nd and ourth Sundays 11 a.m. first <uui hird Sunday 7 p.m. PSCS first and third Sundays. i'HO.MISKI) LAND METIiODIST CHURCH LcKoy Henry, ministrr Cluirch School every Sunday 10 a.m. Church Worship Services — first ind third Sundays 11:00 a.m Second ard fourth Sundays 6:30 p.m. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY 1211 W. M.<\n St. Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Sunday Sermon. 11:00 a.m. Heading Room Tuesday 2:30 pm. to 4:30 p.m. Wednesday 8 p.m. '•Ancient and Modern Necromancy, alias Mesmerism and Hypnotism Denounced" is the subject of the Lc5son-Sermon which will be read in all Churches and Societies of the Church of Chi ist, Scientist, on Sunday Nov. 20, 1949. I-'IKST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Lester Struliluir, minister 9:« Coffee lor Men's Class. Warner N'cws * Short TWO JIG HITS Open 6:30 Also Color Co-Hil A FIAMING PAGE FROM AMERICAN HISTORY/ Also Mickey Mouse Cat-loon Evening Service T pm. M Id-Week Service Thursday 7 pm. HALF .MOON CHUKC1I Church School 10:00 a.m. Suul Bail Baker. Worship Service 11:00 a.m. Worship Service 1:00 pm. BUKnF,TTE CHURCH Ot GDI) K. K. Shaw, pastor Sunday School. 9:45 a.m Morning Worship, u g m Young People, 7:00 p.m Evening Worship 8-ntl p.m IMMAMJKL HAl'ilS'l A. M. Houston, pas-(or Sunday School, 10 a.m Momlng Worship, II am. Training Onion, 1 p.rn Evening Service, 7:30 p.m Wednesday night prayer service 1 p.m. OOSNELL BAPTIST Carl C'ustlrnuui. pabtor Sunday School, 10:00 a.m Morning Worship, 11:00 H jn Training Union, 1:3o p.m Evening Worship 8:00 p.m 1'hursday. 1:30 p.m. Prayei Service. AKMOKEL BAl'TIS'l W. U Aultm, pastor Sunday Schuol, 10:00 am Preaching, rraimng Onion, 7:00 p.m Evening Worship, B:00 p.m Wednesday Prayei MeelinR 7:3ti GOSNKLI. MlvillDOIST Lee Anderson, minister Church School 10 a.m. Worship Service 1] a.m. M Y F Groups 6 p.m. NEW MBKKTY BAPTIST Fi\e miles South Hlchwa; 61 Russell Uuffer, (M^tot Sunday School. 10:00 a.m Morning Worship. 11:00 ujn Framing Union, 7 p.m Evening Worship Service. 7: p.m. Friday, 1 p.m, choir, practice lund prayer meeting. KOUNO LAKE CHURCH O" CHRIST Tliunm u Conner, Minister Sunday School 10 a.m Worship Service u a.m. Wednesday Night Biblo Study 7:30 pin. NU.MKER NINE BAPTIST Gene Shultz, pastor Sunday School. 9:45 ajn Morning Worship, 11:00 ».m Sunday 2:15 p.m. Mission Arm Sunday Schuol and church at Var- bro School auditorium Training Union, 7:00 p.m. Bvcnlnc Worship 8pm GATEWAY TAHKKMACLI! K G. Korali, r*a£tor Church Service, 9.e a.m Evening Worship. 7:30 pjn. HALF .MOON ASSEMBLY OF GOD Kcv nlarlln K»ian pailur Church Service, Wednesday and fViday, 7:30 p.m. Sunday School, 10:00 a.m Morning Worship, 11:00 a.m C. A Service 7:00 p.m Evening Worship. 8:00 p.m Wednesday prayer service 1:31 p.m IVOODLAS'I) COKNEIt HAl"i IS'l dlmiuy Sciux)! !0:IXi a.m WIH.-.IIII, SctVice 11:00 a.m B. 1 U. 1:00 p.m Evening Worship 8:00 pjn Wednesday Prayei Service 7:00 HUl'KMAN CHUItCII Or- (JOO Jiinies \Vyncs, pastot Sunday School 9:43 ajn Mornins Worship 11:00 a.m Kvenlng Service 7:30 p.m V.l'.E. Saturday 7:30 gjn ElAI'llS'l David iMcreabe. rm&loi 10:00 a.m. Sunday dchool 11:00 a.m. Morning Service 8 p.m Evening Service 7:30 p.m B.T.O. meeting VAIilillO MISSIONARY BAPTIST Kcv. I'arker Hay, iiiiiilstcr Sunday School 10 a.m Prcaililng Servile 11 a.m. u.T.U B:30 pm frearhlng 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting Friday night. CI.EAK I^AKS BAITIST J. K- Cox pastor Sunday School 9:46 a.m Worship Service u ;oo a.m IVa'-iing Union, 0:30 p.m. Worship Service, ~-30 p.m. Mld-Week Service. 7:30 pjn. Wednesday. Luxora Churches ASSK.MIil.V Of OIII) .1. C. Dickinson, pastor 10:00 a.m Sunday Scliool 11:00 a.m Worship Service 6:00 p.m o. A Service 7:30 p m Saturday Service. 7:30 p.m Wednesday Prayer set.'Ice CIKIIiril OF CflKlRT OM'iti I, ll.iys Minister niiiU' aiudy 10 a.m. Preaching, 11 a.m. 7-;i(i p.m on (list and third Sinulays FIHS'I IIAI'TIS'l A. n. inn just,,, 10:00 a.m Sunday School 11:00 am Worship Services 6:00 u.m BID 7:00 nin Worship Service 1:00 p.m Wednesday Prayej Sei- vice. .,i;.\OI(A iUK'l IIOIII.S'l II. I* !{<i'>lson im.suir Church School. 10 a.m Morning Worship, 11 Methodist Youth Fellowship :roupa, 6 p.m.' Evening Worship Service, 1 p.m. Osceola Churches flKS'l C11K1STIAN L. R. Sllll Jr., paitar Mornlnf Worship. 10:5t< ajm. Evening Services 1:00 p.m. Midweek Service, 1:30 pjn. F1JIST ritESnVTERlAN fj. T, Lawrence, pastor Sunday School, 9:45 am Morning Worship. 11 ajn. Young People, 6:00 p.m. Wednesday evening service, 1:30 FIKS'l IIAI'TIST Russell J. Clulib, pastor Sunday School. y:45 a.m Morning Worship 11-00 ajn B. T Onion, 6:30 p.m. Evening Serplce 1:30 pm. Midweek Service, 7:30 pjn. CI1UUCII OF CHKIS'i Morning Worsnip, 10:45 am Kvenlnrs Service 7:30 p.m Sinday .School, 9:45 a.m. Bible Study Tuesdav Rnd Frid&Y ST. MATTHEWS Her. II. Francis Mrlh-vid o.islor 1st. 3rd and 6th Sundayi Mass, 0:00 a.m. FIRS'I PLNTKCOSTAI Norman Kent, paslor tAenlne service 7:30 n.rn FIUS'I MCTlJODIS'l H. J. Couchman, pastor Sunday School. J:45 a.m Woj-ship service, J 1 a.m. Mcthodls' Youth fellowship, 6:15 Worship service, 1 p.m. Wednesday—Youth Chofi practice, >j:3' pm. Senior Choir i:30 p.m. CALVARY KI'ISCOI'AL, William ,1. Pilzliugli, vicar First Sunday in Advent 0:45 a.m. Church School 7:00 p.m. Evening Prayer with Bishop Mitchell an preacher. BUYTHEVILLES ONLY ALL WHITE THEATRE TWO BIG HITS What a whale of a difference when )) o /> WHAT: no WE MEAN W h en we say llial in Dynnflow Drive* "oil does il all"? Simply Ihal in Dy onflow Drive, Ihc spi n - niiijj nf oil in the Dynaflow unit d»es \vli!it you have long needed shifting jjciirs to accomplish. For instance— • does it all / 1 lore you are starting onl. In mnsf cars, you liave to throw out a clutch and shift iolo Ion-gear to jtct starling power. In Dynaflow, yon simply sel your lever in Driving posi- litin—and nudge the gas trcudlc. Oil spins in a sealed drum (o give you nil Ihe power needed for starting— bill there's no transmission gear-whine whatever. Merc's n slow-moving vehicle you wnnl lo pass. In other cars you may have lo shift again—with a delini le loss of forward motion. ! hal means n lag before yon get ncliori — and maybe another shift back into high afler you have passed. Nol so willi Dynaflow. Jus I step on the throttle, and spinning oil lakes Ihe palh lo give you extra power for passing. is as fast as engine response—praelicnlly instantaneous. Now you arc beginning In move. In mos! cars, you shifl manually—mio .second, then Iliird —each time repealing thai press-lhe- pedal-inovc-thc-lcver rouline. • • Will) DynanW, nil simply spins in a different palli within llie Dynaflow unit and you move into cruising pace easy as a hird taking oft Here's a common traflic situation. Usually you go into second or low—in order to get a good fnsl getniVny. Vi'ilh Dynallmv, jnsl press llie gas (rtiidlc, never loucliing (lie sliid lever. Spinning oil "ill Cmd llie proper elianncl of (low lo give yon getaway power—power trial's cver- sinnnlh—and greal enough to slep yon out sniiirlly and willi unhrukcn, velvety smoothness. Does llial menu you never shift al all? Nol quite. For emergency hrak- ing power, for starts on very sleep hills with heavy loads, rot- rocking out of sand or snow, you may occasionally change fo Emergency Low range. This simply puts (he entire Oynallow operation inlo nn e.xlra powerful range. Hut for all normal driving, you can use Driving range entirely. Oil will travel whatever course is required lo give you Ihe kind of power you need wilhoul any gear- changing whatever. To sec whnl a whale of a difference that makes — in . ensc, freedom of mind, and rcstfulncss in a long day—ask your liuick dealer for a demonstration. 'I hal, plus .some very particular ndvnnlngcs in economy of upkeep, will convince you Ilia! Dynullow is truly the "drive of the future." H'/i«;n hrttrr nu(ontuhilim are built III HK irlll huilH LANGSTON-McWATERS BUICK Co, WALNUT & BROADWAY TELEPHONE 555

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