The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 8, 1943 · Page 5
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 5

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Thursday, April 8, 1943
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^THURSDAY, 'APKU, 8, ia-13 BLVniKVILLE, (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS ' ' I'AS'J'OK TO MEN'S S. S. CLASS The Men's Class of l,i Methodist Church night tit Ihc cliurc for an informal supper' The Rev. Fletclu speaker, will have "Tho"God 'Centered Family." 'flic public is cordia was announced. S • * * MHS. ROSE HAS WEUNESUAV C'MJI! Tile Wednesday Brii vflh Mrs. diaries A low bowl of flowers formed llic the 'diniiii; table wh Mrs. Monachal! to prize and Mrs. R. L. second liiglt. * * « THREE TABLE CUII! HAH FIKST MEETINC The Three Table Chil its first meeting yesterday noon with Mrs. E group wil Iplay bunco in weekly parties. ' High .score went to Mrs. Floyd Tharpe, bunco prize lo Mrs. George Finfinger and low lo Mrs. Norman Speck. Tliif hostess served a salad plate and cold drinks. A. I). C. CI.UIl HAS THREE GUESTS Mrs. James Terry entertained Ihc A. D. C. Club yesterday atlcrnoon nt her home with Mrs. John Caudill, Mrs. Harinan Taylor, and Mrs. F. D. Smith as guests. Spring flowers were used throughout tlie rooms where the guests played bridge. In the games, high score .was awarded lo Mrs. John Caudill and Mrs. Ben Hnrpolo won second. AIJ, MEMBERS ATTKND BRIDGE CI.UH TARTY Mrs. V. G. Holland entertained Ihe Wednesday Contract Club yi-s- terday atlcrnoon at her home when all members were present. Ked bud blossoms were used .throughout the ctilertaiiiinu rooms for decoration. High score u'as awarded to Mrs. A. G. Hall and second high lo Mrs, W. W. Shavei 1 . : Tlie hostess 'served u salad plate and iced drinks nt Hie conclusion of the games. • * * COT1M.ION C1-UI1' FLANS "KID PARTY" The Cotillion Club \vlll have a "kid party" and dance Saturday night beginning nl 9 o'clock at the American Legiori' Hut. flostsa'rid hostesses for : this* affair will be: Mr. and Mrs. Phillips Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Rcgcnold and Mr. and Mrs. Thad Nicol. * • ~ BEKEAN S. S. CLASS REELECTS OFFICERS Members ot the ncrcnu Sunday School Class of Firsl Presbyterian Church voted unaniinously yesterday aflcrnoon lo retain nil officers for another year. They arc: iMrs. Zal B. Harrison, president; Mrs. Joe P. Pride Sr., vice president; Mrs. Hoss Stevens, secretary-treasurer, and Mrs. Roy Walton, teacher. Mrs. Ma llic Allen was hostess and Mrs. Harrison co-hostess for the .seven members and five guests, which included Mrs. Dick Webb of Mobile, Ala., who for many years was secretary-treasurer of " lh, group. At a business session il was decided to invest 537.50 of money left in tile treasury from last year il War Bonds. •i l^ike SU'Oi't l meet 10!:30 o'clock, .mice, guest ' his topic, inilly." y Invited, il 5C Club incl >.se ul lie)' y afternoon . Elton W. Moiiiijilian, xcu sprint; iilerpiece of tlie Diesis sc luncheon. awarded lo I'hijjh score tockclt won ; lib met for rday after- Vilson. This • SUNDAY SCHOOL LE KV WILLIAM K. Cll.ltOY, 1>. ». Kilitiir of Advance 'niece me • times when It seems very necessary (o remember thtil the dii'isloii Into chapters and verses In our Knells!) Hibles is a convenience and device of scholars of modern times, and Hint such dlvbions do iiol occur in Ihc original mamiserlpts. The work of dividing into chapters :tnd verses, oil the whole, has been exceedingly well done, but every now and again Hie connection of meaning is broken for those who lake the division inln chapters (oo llicnilly This Is particularly true in con- neclimi wlih our lesson, where it. is nccessury to rcullTO what hns gone before. Our lesson states that after six days Jesus took 1'ctcr, James mid John with Him la a high inoiinlnln. The natural question is: Six clays lifter what? Looking back we find that il was six days alter certain events and conversations thai had taken place when Jesus went will) His disci- was subject urn If n often follow ii'csslon, it sary thai li of life, in Its here shouU isual expo sonic liisplri emotion th action an d It is lu 11 view the tr which occu and John, nounlnin \ cannot expl here they :ull Klory a hat said 1 words, "Tli hear Him." of awe jin ihnt we at sore iifniid out ot his suggested l tabernacles s Into the towns of Cacsarca I'hilippi. il 'was at this time Iliat Jesus iiad asked ills disciples "Who do men say I am?" They had replied dial some' said "John tlie Baptist," some siiid "Elijah." and others'said "one of the prophets." Then came Ihc question, "But who say ye thai I am?" lo which Peter replied with the great confession. "Thou art Ihc Christ." Peter's clurily of vision did not prevent his failure to gi'asp the significance of the Master's mission, for when Jesus foretold the sufferings that were to befall Him. and Peter rebuked Him, saying: "Be il far from Thee, Lord," Jesus replied in llic stern words: "Gel Ihcc Ijelilnd me, Satan." Perhaps Peter had too strongly expressed Ihe temptation to renounce his mission to which tlie human Christ nuring the social hour, llic croup knitted for (lie Red Cross. A dessert course was served. • * * M!(S. FREI) BEAN ENTliltTAINS CLU1I C. IS. C. Club met yesterday af- TIIOOII nl Ihe country homo of Irs. Fred Ucan with all members •cscnl. High score was awarded lo Mrs aul Kimbroiigh with second h Mrs. R. A. copelancl and brideo o Mrs. Lioss Moore. A salad plute and cold drinks 'ere served. seems infuully neces- experience when one has slon or some great ghl Ihiu we must the IniiLsrigurnllon of Jems lo Peter. James Iliey were in the with (he Master. We iry and they heard a voice 'd In never-lo-be-forBoUeii 'This Is my beloved son; til." It was nn experience awe and wonder,, so unusual told Hull they iv'cic and Peter, speaking his c.xnllcil bewilderment d dial Ihey maki: three tabernacles there, for he knew not what to say. Bui Jesus Imdnol taken Ihem up i\io the mountain for this experience in order thai they should remain there '" " ' " Him in that exalted place. While He told Ihem that they should reveal nothing of what Ihey Iiad seen, He brought Ihem down from the mountain again lo resume their minlslory among the t>eoplc mid lo pill Ihe ;lory of what they had seen into Ihcir daily words ami deeds. Bit* of News Mostly Pcnonal Is with him, . Mrs. Clotila Ai'Ri'iul and dnujjhtci', leli'ii, u-rt lodny for Hoonholisv, 1"., brcntae of the Illness of Mrs. Aland's mini, Mrs. liobcrl l/mls. Mrs. Louis U well knowiv In lllylhe- vllli', liavlnu visited here many limes. At The Hospitals Blytlu-vlllc lliisjiltal Miss Weeks Will Present Junior Pupils In Recital Miss Agnes Weeks will present a group ol junior pupils in a plnno recital Friday nighl, 1:30 o'clock, at Ihc home of Mrs. C. S. Stevens, 901 West Ash. Those appearing on Ihc prograin will be: Betty Jean Woolen, Mclha I'ryor, Ann Wilford, Knthciinc Weslbi'ook, Mary Frances Gaines, Christine GlllenwiUcr, Billie. Gaines, Jiuimic Fox, Jack Horncr, GIIJ Garrigan and Dick Williams. Jimmie 'Henry and Perry Rolh- rock will greet guests at the door An invitation lo the public lo at- lend has been extended. W. J. Wnmlcrtldi iillendcd (o business in Memphis today. Mrs. A. J, Weeks of Arkndi'lplihi arrived yesterday for a visit wllh her dimthler, Miss Agnes Weeks. Mis. William Dolen Is in San OKO, cullf.. vIsltliiB her Husband who Is .stationed with Hie. Marines there. Mrs. J. I,. Hinfonl of llrowils- villc, Tenn., spi-nl yesterday wllh her sLslm. Mrs. K. M. Terry nnd Mrs. FAlwhi Hoblnson. She was accompanied by her sou, i,ln Dinford. Mrs. ll.-ikcr WILvuu went lo Hiy- otlevllte. Ark., Monday lo visit her •son, Billy Eldmljje who ,,t lends Ihe University of Arkansas. She will return Saturday. Bill Chamblln will arrive lomor- row from New Orleims ivlierc ho attends Tnlane Universlly, for several days visit will) his parails. Mr. and Mrs. W. 1). Chamblln. Mrs. J. E. crook lefl veslerdnv for lilpley. Tenn., lo nl'tend the funeral of Charles Crook, brother of the lale J. E. Crook. Mis.JoeP. I'rlde Jr., arrived home ycslerday from Sim Francisco ami oilier points of the Wesl Coasl where she spent several weeks with Mr. Pride white lie wns stationed there with llic Navy. Mr. and Mrs; II. G. Frishy left lust iiislil for LaJunln, Col., to ul- .leiid the graduiillon exercises to 1)0 held (here Monday when Ihclr son, Howard Ji-,, sv lll receive Ills wings ami his Commission us n second lieutenant In the Army Air Forces. Mrs. J. u. scemim iius returned from Memphis Diiptlst Hospital whore she underwent an opcriillon two weeks a«o. Her condition Is Brcally Imjjroved. David Grabcr. son of Mr. and Mrs. Meyer C.ralii'r, Ls ill in Mem- Phis Uaptlsl Hospllal. Mrs Graber Andrew Self, ru, a, clly, Walls llivspllal' Admitted— 1-aymnn Nminnlly, Holland, Mo Dismissed-Mrs. C. c. Johnson, clly. Mrs. Andrew Jonklns nnd biiby Slei'le. Mo. : Iliitiy ill-own, city. Memphis Iluptisl Hospital ,.. Population of the earth is esti- latcd at 2,000,000,000. GET SLIMMER > WITHOUT EXERCISE weight the "Aijds" way 2,25 for u month's supply Don't weur yourself out with tiresome cxercisra! Don't give up all Ihc foods you like! 100 persons lost H lo 20 !l)s. I'ucli in a month, under llic direction of Dr. Samuel Ellis. I'lioncl K1KDY BKOS. DRUG CO. lil.vthcville, Ark. . . PACK HEALTH AltD ENERGY IN EVERY LUNCH BOX! American Pride Bread -Makes "FighliiiE lAinclies'' For Yotir Miin on llic J«l>! WEEK END SPECIALS Old [''asliiont'd Pound Cakes . Delicious Spice Cakes , . Fruit Sfollun Coifee Cakes , . . . LJ\, Each BLYTHEVILLE BAKERY Of" . . Z3C Each • •• « . 4bC 106 E. Main 1'honc 2073 An Important Announceiuont Concerning TOOD R A T I 0 N 1 N G ! AllhoiiBh it is unlikely that the new Government program of ni- tlonlng will menu actual hunger for ra at liome—il may mean Hint many will suffer /rain n VITAMIN DEFICIENCY caused liy unbalanced meals — unless their diet is .supplemented with concenlralcd vitamins. If you will stop nt our store, we will be Impiiy lo recommend the vilnmins wliich will biiluneuymir dally requirements. Wood's Drug Store BI.YTIIEV1LLE, ARK. G. A, GforBi'. Luxtira, Di'ivcy Drnble, lC<'lser. Mrs. Klmci 1 ftndcison. Hteele, Mo. Mrlhoillst llospUit) Miss l^lla llcnlhcni'k, Osci'oln. Mrs. George W. lialui's. Osceola Mrs. Karl Simunnr, llnytl, Mo. Keiser News PIANO ui:(;n Ai, P1,ANNEI> fllllMV Miss Mnry Ullzabclh Jordun will DiTsciil i!7 pluiKi implls In H rccllal al the Kclscr lllfili School auditorium Friday, April U, nl 8:15 p. in. 1'lie program will Include Iwo vocnl solos by Kttlliryii Itoberlson nnd ditn-plinio selections by linford Dunavnnl, senior .slndnii, mid Ail,ss Jordan. The public Is Invited. Olhi'is Inking pnrf arc: Cnrolyn llrluklcy, Ida Nell Slsco, Sliltl'cy Jfim Johnson, Joyce Cnlhcrlne Miles nnd ilnibiim Ann Wood. Vaiida Lcir Johnson, nixlu Uiu Amas, Hetty Paige Mansilcld, Mnry Ciilhcrine Crews, MrCoy Wllbanks, I.lutla Polk nnd Vein Ann llrlnklcy. Shirley , Heard, Frances Gant, Jcaunclle Wnodwiird, Helta Sue iRson, ciciicv'ji uriico iiiul Niincy Bllf Crews. Doris .ii'ini Kennedy. Oorvlliy asKbcrry, LVisuy lirlnkley. Kullnyn Kobrrlson, Hcnilcu ijaraell, Ciirolu Aiuli'vson, liivonn Onuliu'r, in-ni' Jolnison nnd iiciiy j () o llulbert Tuft Welch, son of Mr. and Mm. Welch, iloulc 1, Dlytlic- vlllo, Jim Haivnrd son of Mrs llctsy llowurd, Tyler* Mo., and Hiiymoml U'e Adnins son of Everett Admns, Manila were •among Hie -group inrli'Inu »l u. s.. NIIVII) TYntnlnu, Station, 1'nrrntjul, jdaho for Ihclr first step in naval imln- Keeping Up With The Men In Service NOTICE—FOOT SlU-TKUUHS Now nt Hotel Cloir. Sec HID Inltsl most modem method from Lylc'i Fool nnlaucc Service, Memphis Cnrns, callouses, bunions, arel trouble. Tuesday, Wednesday 'ilmrsdiiy only. 4-5-pk-IJ FOR THAT LONG MARCH AHEAD- Your bop and gitls will enjoy fool-l»ppra»5« miwr ' t )'"'' you INSIST on Poll-Parrou ..the sho« wiih 10-*»y Built-in Fit. Siuidily conitructcd of fine Icilhtts over citcfull)' dcligncd. ng feet. Built-in stamim mcini hape KUining «or . -. "'"* " Close your eyes iind rc.icli in your clollics closet. .. you can these Oolii Cross Shoes witli almost any of your new Spring dollies. It's llic perfect, color. .. they're llic pcrfccl shod for your Inisicsl-cvcr. season. livery .sliml)-, £<l-/i(ling, long-wcarini; piir an .Wi.ixiu;; v.ilne. !)on"'i Fail To Visil Our Hosiery Bar and Sportswear Department We've Slaok Sri."—HIIIINM— Skirls and cverjtliiiis you'll Jiccd for rcl,i.v.illnii wfar. You'll like nur siturl n>llcc- ttnn—you'll LOVK Hie I'riix The Family Shoe Store 312 W. Main Phone 2312 I'vl, Jclllc lliuwn' Is iiowslnllonrd nl lli|> CieiH'inl llosiiHnl, l.<mnvk'W, 'iVMis, wllh Ihc u. K. Army, I'fo. Tony l.j, Cli'mnUs. son of Mrs, 1,. T. Wocid Hi lilylliuvllli', lui.s comiik'li'd ills Irnlninn at Kcr.slci' Hi'ltl. lilliixl. 'Mlr.s ul |.s now nil t'XiicTl ini'i'liiink! In (ho U. S. Army Air Karri's, Hoy lii'i-hlhi CrtuvfOKl. don of Mr. nnd Mrs. I. V. Crawford, nnd ROXY iirRtiln Nlxhl Kvny NU'Ul Kvi'cpl S;itillil;\y. Itnv OlVln- ()|icin U;(r, Show Shuts 7:M) Onntliiuniu Shown Sxl. anil Sun. Lodge Meets Tonight ClileknMiwbn Lodisc No. n\ }•'. niul A. M. will ineet tonight ul hnll 7::in o'clock In rcijular coimiuiiilcii- tlou. ' ,,i News 01 WAACjyw". WAVES and SPARS/ . ',•* , ' Miss Miiy P MtCormlck of Blyi , tliovlllc «,is swoin Into Ihc'Worn- cn'h Aiiny Auxiliary- Corps on April' 3 In uuiii Hock mid has retuh^j!'•' lo her home on Inactive duty aw*Bi I»B her eal[ lo one of thy, WAAC (mining Uandhl, Hie Indian leader, carries his fidso-tcelh .yllli hlin, $4 only puts Ihcm Into his mouth when' lurenttf. :> lleiid cornier News Want Ads. HOW BIG ARE YOUR SUGAR STAMPS? Big enough (o cover all Iho dllioionl kinds ol Kurjar thai mnko good niculu , . . [f You upload ouch ol Iho No. 12 Hugni HfampH In your hou»a- hold among DOMINO: Granulated , •*i*'o * Old Faihlomd Irown ' Conf.ctloMft XXXK Tabl.ti , Continuous Sbowi Every Day Knx Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KI.ON ,;, 0:00 a.m. 12:15 pin. 4:30 P.I Thursday and Friday, COMMANDOS Thursday anil l-'ridny Paris Calling wllli KllvulirDi »i-r|.|irr mid lt!illllol|lll .Sl'lltl. I'ummouni News. & Short. Subject) ' Pre-Easter of SUITS & COATS New Spring Stocks Priced To Sell! — A tk'itninirc of new fashions ritflit in llic lu'iirt of .the .season! . . . Yet Unit's \vlial il is! ... Our unliru stocks of this'h .S|trihj{ coals nnd suits reduced in linn' fin- you to H.UL on unit L.tstcr oullll!'. . . Koine K'tniieiii*, Inive been sl'iKhtly soiled in <H" windows 01 from luihdliiiii-—some Kiy.e rime's are sliy—t>')t KVUin (.AUMUNT IS A 'RICAI/'VAIdlK! f,V>rii6 'ourl)'* .'Hid lie siire <if /ituliii'if yotii si/c < New Spring Coats ; I»KK;K Values to $ 19 95 $ 12 llfi (if I lie llmsl cunts wr. Mm-k in Ihls viiliic &'>»ip. Navys. I'liihlu, ISirlgi'. In lilted niul i'iisn;it itylcs . Sii|ii'rlily liillnrvd of Ihii'sl fiilirics. Values to $ 16 95 $9 'K new siii-iii" rnsliliin'siicccsM-.s In Mils Biinii). Dlauini- ah, Twrcds ami sun Ikijje. .Smailly mini anil rasiial. Values to $ 12 95 $ 7 <)»!>• !( "iirmrnlH hi this iirlcr Krcui]i. I'uctils nnd dark rnlnrv. Hc.-il v.-ihics If irc'vc yimr 'sl/c. Values to $ 9 95 ? 5 Ifi sniiirlly t,lylnl 'I'oiiiicrs ill lids prhx rniiBf. Clninse fiom Rlahls .mill dark colors. AD olhcr new Spring Coafs and Suits have been reduced for this selling! New Spring Suits Values to $ 22 50 J 16 SrliTl I mm 23 «f tliu line.-,! Slirinc; coals in.v*(iji(?ii.V 1'cncil .',' ,Slii|ifA Nnvys, 1'lnids, Ikijc. Oulslaniling for ^.tailoring anil iiualily falirics. - • --^ : ' ' '• , ' Values to ?ld 85 * 20 ,si:iU al lliis |)vicc. Smarl ncjv G;ibciilhirs, VlaUls nnd Tweeds, ' ' hiivt* been cur fnslcst Celling suits" "' ' •' '' ' 1 ^'Values to $ 15 95 line ;irc IS nf tlic seitson's smarlest Snort Suits mafkciV'lo' ^' <lc,ir iiimicili.ilcl.v. I'lalrts nml 1'lnlil combination. Sliori early .. W for lln'M*! , • y There \Vill lie ,\ Small Charge Fnr Allcnilions. ' ••'•:"; ~ J A'THKVI1.I<K -I'll. 2221 CAPE GIRARDKAU-:

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