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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.J1 COUBffiR NEWB CHURCH NEWS SATURDAY; MAY 29, 1943 Social Calendar MONDAY'S EVENTS • E\ecull\e Board of the Woman's, Council of , the First Christian Church meeting ut 2:30 at Ihe home of Mrs. V. O. Miller. . Three Quads Club meeting wllh Mrs. : Tra Walters. Mr. and Mrs. J. IjMrrls' McCalla, coiiiplhnenting Mrs. Kavanaugh Frances and Mrs. John.Ben Bomnr with a buffet supper, i TUESDAY'S .EVENTS \ Mis Mm lay Smart will be hos- /'tc-ss lo Tuesday Bridge Club. 400 Club meeting with Mrs. Tom Mi's.- Bernard McParlaml enter- tatnlug the Ocla Bridge Club'., , Miss Mmy Spain Usrey iind Mrs. T. 1>. Wright entertaining at .the Usrey home in honor ot Mrs. Kn- viun'iigh Francis and'. Mrs. 'John Ken Bomav • WEDNESDAY'S KVENTS Elmwood Cemetery Association meeting 2:30 p. in. with Mrs. Cecil Shane. Mrs. Cornelius Modlnger entertaining, Town and Country Club. A.D.C." Club meeting with Mrs.'J. Fan-is ?,fcalla. Mis V G Holland will be hostess lo Wednesday Contract Club. THURSDAY'S EVENT'S Mis Knpeil Craflon cntcrlaln- ing Club'Eight'. . Double Four Club meeting with Mrs. H a Crawford. . Triple:Table Club will, meet wi'.n i Mrs. Otto Scrape. i Mrs. A: G. Little entertaining > the Thursday Luncheon Club. i. FRIDAY'S EVENTS ! Mrs. Fred Bean will cnterlain the : C. 11. C. Club. . ; Miss Kissell Will Wed Se'rgt; Piuitt Han'ison .Mr. jvnrt.,Mrs. Philip Klssell o Huffman, Ark., announce. Use • cu .gagcment of their daughter, Mis. Minnie Kissell to Staff Sergt. Pruit . IlarrUon. son of Mr. and Mrs. I. A Hairisen,of Huffman, who Is sta tioned at Fort Sill, Okla. Both,Miss: Kissell and Sergcar •Harrison, were graduated froi the Armorel High School. Sine Ihat time' ; 'tlie bride-elect hns bee . employed at Guard's Jewelry an Applcbannis stores. Prior to entering Ihe Army'11 Sergeant Harrison was engaged fanning. ' i t * * SCHOOL OFFICIAL ENTERTAINS STAFF W. B. Nicholson, incoming supc Inlcndenl of Hie 'Blythevillc Schoo entertained last night .at the Rust Inn with a. steak dinner for tl administrative staff of the schools. : Alter dinner the eight present attended the graduation exercises at t tlie high school. i '» » • MRS. PAUL. BYRUSI HAS C. K. C. Cl.UB All members were present when Mrs. Paul Dyruin entertained the C. n. C. Club yesterday afternoon nt her hoVne on Highway Gl South. Roses 'ami '. lilies Verc used throughout the entertaining rooms for. decorations. In the bridge games, high score \vax awarded to Mrs. D. C. Freeman with second hign to Mrs. C. J Liltlc; Mrs. T. P. Jackson won bridgb. Tlie hostess served-a salad plate and cold drinks. Sugarless Cake Knhancos Wedding Bita of Newt Mostly Penonal Miss Sally Mnthis who attended .Unison College, Million, Aln,, arrived yesterday lo spend the Summer .with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I,. N. -Mnlhls. The Malhis family will leave for I^mberl, Miss., next Thursday where Mr. Malhis lias a poslllon in a. bunk.. Kim II. Tranthmn who has been stationed at Syrna, Tenn., has received mi honorable discharge from Ihc Army because he Is over ngc Mr. Triinlliam will arrive here, Monday wilh I.Mrs. T'ranlham lo nake his home. I'fc, Luther Rcyncmon who hitf nceii visiting his wife and daughter, Lynn, has'returned lo his sluf lion nt Almnogordo, N. M, Enrout, lo his camp he will visit his mother Mrs. A. C. RcyncrKon, at Hope. Ark. Pvl. Billy Cnlllson bus arrived for a five day visit with his family. He will return lo I'urris Island, S. C. Monday where he Is .stationed with the Marines. Ml.ss Ernestine Halscll who was iitlmlUcd to Walls Hospital because of an eye Infection, was reeling Well Ihls morning. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Leggctt will leave Sunday for Oxford, Miss., where IIicy will allend the graduation exercises , Sunday at Ole Miss from which their daughter, Memorial Day Services Memorial Day services will be icld In each of the three Methodist Churches on the Yarbro-Promlsed Lund chnnje, Sunday May W. . At. Yaibro and Promised Land, speclcU serlvces wllh roll call of departed members nnd sermon by [>astor and associate at the l.l o'clock hour. At Gosncll, s|)ecial service for both Baptist and Methodist Churches, with, roll call of departed members, will be held at B p. m. Supl. Thomas H. Ivy will be the guest, speaker. . p. . CJ. Ilindman, CALVAIIV BAKl'IST CIIUKCII Gcurtfc W. Archer, pastor Sunday School, 10 a, in. Morning worship, 11 a, m. Subject "What Ihc New Tcsla- rncnl leaches about. Tithing." Baptist Training Union 7 p. m. Evening Worship, 8:30 p. m. Subject "Jesus is Calling." Deacons meeting .Tuesday 7:45 m. at the pastor's home, Wed- come and worship with us, Soldiers ilways have a standing Invitation The W.M.u. will meet with Mrs ithyl Uurks, at her home, 217 East Doujjan St. Monday 7:45 p. m. CALVARY HAITIST MISSION W. K lluniLu, Supl, Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. FIBS'l' METHODIST CIIUKCII 9:45 Church School. 10:55 Sci'tnon by pastor. , The choir, with Mrs. Ralph Bcrryman soprano .soloist, will sing an anthem "Praise Ye The Lord", by Agnes Weeks. ' (i:45 Young people's meeting. 7:30 Evening service. You are cordially invited lo attend our services. ' > m.; I'fayer 1>. nesday 7:45 . Choir rehearsal, led »y Ihe dlrcc r tor, Ijiclnn ColcmSn. The public is cordially Invited lo A beautiful, sugarless wedding cake elves an added touch to the. £ \veddinf._ - -"- ' ' '' egg yolks BY MISS. (iAYNOU MADDOX NEA SlalT Wilier ^LABOHATE wedding parlies are J "out" tills year, lint the -stttne old story of a hoy In uniform, n ovcly girl and n gllslenlny u'hilr wedding cake slill holds, Here's a cake wilhout sugar. , Sugarless \Veiit'iin£ Cake Two and onc-ciuarter cups slfl- ed cuke Hour. 21-4 leaspoons com- binalion baking powder, 1-4 Iwi- spoon sail, 1-2 cup bnller or other shortening, 2 teaspoons grilled orange ring, 1 1-4 cups llghl corn syrup, ;! egg 1 yolks', bcalni until thick and lemon-colored. 1-2 cup mill;, ,1 1-2 leaspoons vanilla, egg whiles. Sid Hour once, measure, add linking pawcler and salt, and sifl together three times. Cream shotl- ening.with onu\«o rind; add syrup very gradually, by tablespoons at rst, healing very well afler each Add Add Miss lilllle her degree. Lcggell, will receive They will be accom- (Ulilion \clcl !-•! keep mixture thick. flour and beat 'iinlil ' mcolVi nml well, ..blended.' and beat well, remaining Hour In thirds, iik'ly with milk in halves, i; very well t\fler each uddl- llon. Add vuntllii. Bent egg whiles imlll they will hold up In moist peaks, siir quickly but thoroughly Into b.itler. Bake in two greased 11-Inch layer pans in moderate own (S75 dc- grces P.) 3fl minutes, oi 1 until done. rllilTy .Se.VKii-AUniilt: Enisling Two egg whiles, unbcntcn, 1 1-2 cii]is light corn .syrup, dnsh of sail, 1 lea.S|icion vnnilln. Combine egg whiles, corn syrup, and suit In lop of double boiler, bealiiij! with rotary eyg healer, until thoroughly mixed. Place over rapidly/ boiling walcr. deal con- btnnlly with rotary egg beater, ami cook 7 minutes, or until frosting will slum! In peaks. Ifcmove from boiling water; add vanilla and beat until thick enough lo spread. If frosllnj} separates in the lioLlom of pan bel'orc spreading, beat' wllh rotary cgij healer. Stfr 0URMEN IN SERVICE " ScQins \Vill Hold Two-Day Canij)0fcc A L'Park Nexl Week Approximately 100 boys wilh Ihei scout masters will gather at Walke l"ark Monday and Tuesday "for cnmporEe . and commando • games, according to" an announcement by W. V. James, assistant Scout Executive for Ihls and several oilier counties. >Th? boys will lie divided into two -rows, the.red and the blue. Each 3 wSrl£'ll elect, a general and sealed "fill be given from lime to _^fng the two days of nctiv- instrucled all boys lo by noon Monday as Ihe irifw 2 30 p. in. and close th° folloNrtnggMy at noon. Scoutnis&eSjWffl be in charge of scoring Ihe gVmes at general heacl- qimitcrs, aiid l 'tudges will rale Ihe camping ability''of each pnlrol. it 11 Cpl. Troy R. Carsjill. who has been stationed :\J, Jelferson Barracks, Mo., has tH'L'ii translened to Officer Cinulldalc Schnol nt Fort Cnster, Mich. Klatr seret. Halph r-\urar left, this inorninB for Foil liennlnt;. Ga., where he will outer Ollicer Candidate School lo train lor a commission in the Infantry. Pvt. Clyde \,. Whistle of Dose- land, Ark., is supplementing Army trninim; 'wilh a lasle of Hollywood movie luilinji at Camp San-] la Anita, Calif. He was chosen to appear Ihis veek in a special Patlic nuwsmel ealnre Ihnl'will show the Irnns- tion of Ihls oncc-cclelirated race- rack into the West Coast's Ord- lanvc Training Ctnlcr. The Him vill be released- lo Ihe nation's hciitres about. May 25th. Pvt. Whistle's part in (be Palhc feature is thai of n lyrical Ord- lance solciier in Iraining. As n member of the Cadre unit, a yronp now taking a .spniiil course lo become non-commi.'-siimcd officers, he and other membois ol bis class drilled and per formed rifle calis- llienics before the camera as one of Ihe highlights of the piclure. This picture will show niovlc. patrons how the Army has Inkei over Ihls million-dollar racelrack Murly of Ulylhrvlllc. ISIuejiickct McMurly is localcc it Ihu Ninlh Naval Dlsliicl, Great Lakes, 111., upon raduallon from ] t\vo-mtmth ctairse for Diesel operators at Ihe Navy's trade sehoo on the ciunpus of the 1 Univ(^rsltj of Missouri. Cohimliia, Mo., las week, lie now awnils assiisnmen lo duty aboard a warship or at , shore station. Joseph D. Tate, assigned lo signal avintion unit .slalioned a . Boys will arrive from Osccola,[and transformed it within a few nonllis into a hu«c camp. It wil show .soldiers double liming on tin famous homestretch where horse, once galloped: I be former slalls Ln'xora, Kclser, West Ridge, Wilson, Manila, Lcachville, Burdellc jncl Rcdmon and will be joined here by I He Blytheville troops, under the direction of Percy Marshall Blackard. Wright and Picnic At Gymnasium When the sixth grade promotion picnicu.wns about to be cancelled on account of rain, Miss Hardy - came to; the re-scut 'and offered the high school gymnasium lor the nf- lalr..'.Now there are HI children entering the Junior High Schoo next ••Fallr-wllh anticipation. New York City was once capital of New York slate. a inn I'lncdnli:, Calif., has bcei rnnioted from a technician fifll radc to technician fourth grade I has In'en announced by Pos Iead<iu:iiter.s. Tale is the son of Mr. mul Mvi J. M. Tale, iilli Madison Slrce Jlylhcville. He was graduated froi nlylhpvlllc Hish Kchool. where I von athletic tellers in track an )a?kelb;iil. lie was employed he Greyhound Bus Station liefoi •nlerinu Ihe U. S. Army. Pvl. U. C. Parsley, son of Mr.! ind Mrs. Bud Parsley ol Manila, is Ihc hospital at Port Leoniml Wood, Mo., where he underwent an appendectomy, illis condition Is ttcod. Pfc. Robert Glenn I'arslty who bus been in the Pocilic Area (or nine months and has been ill of malaria is much improved, according to letters received from him by his family. I,ee Duncan, yon of Mr. and Kirs. W. N'. Tnnilham, is now slalioiUHl at Cilendali'. Calif., and has been promoted to slat! sergeant. IJiuican, the former Miss Eunice low barracks, wilh a trainee sleep ing perhaps where itaiuiscuil him retr slcpl: the ninininnlh grand- Collier of lilvlheville, is with him. •.land v.-hlch lias bieu lurned inlo, Frank Muncuso. win formerly classrooms and Ihcalres for Ihe played baseball with "the Blylhc- panlcd by Chiirlcs and Louise Lcj{- gelt and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Burns. Mrs. Leggett anil daughter l/iiilsc will remain until Wednesday when they will return with Billic. Dr. Eclnn Nies will leave tonight by plane for Mew York and Bos- Ion, where she will spend six weeks doing post-graduate work. Mrs. G. A. Siissc of Greenville Miss.. Is spending several dayf here as the guest of her son, Joe Shanks and family. The Rev. and Mrs. W. P. Cooley of Slloam Springs, Ark., will arrivi tomorrow for a visit wilh Ihei parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. T. MOOl and Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Cooley The Rev. Mr. Cooley Is comlnt particularly to solemnize the mar italic of Miss Katliryu Gill uni Lienl. John M. Stevens Jr., whlcl will be held on June 4.. Miss Mary Emily Wilson of Mem lisV spent last night here, coming pecially for tlie graduation of IT brother, Dick Wilsrjn, who omplcled his high school work it.i year. An uncle, Tom A. Tin- of Linden, Tenn,, also came to e present for Ihe exercises. Mr. RTid Mrs.^J.^K t,.liard u wl'l nivq ' tomorrow ;for '. "Kiioxvllle. 'cnn., where they vylll attend the iduatlon exercises of the Unlver- 15' of Tenn.. when Ihclr cliuigii- cr, Mis.s Molly Guaixl, will re- cive her B. S. degree. Mrs. Guard nd daughter will- .return to Bly- hevillc bul Mr. Guard will go rorn there to Washington, D. C., nd New York for 10 days he- ore returning home. Miss Winnie Virgil Turner left odoy for Searcy, Ark., where she fill leach a six weeks course at larding College in Curriculum :onstniclioii In elementary grades, Miss Turner is the elementary school supervisor of Blythevillc schools. Marshall Aycock and the Rev. George W. Archer spent Friday ir Little Rock on business for the Calvary Baplist Church. Ilunlcr Sims who attends University of Tenn., Kiioxllle, arrived yesterday for several days visit will- Mr, and Mrs. Charles Penn, before going to Englcwood, N. J. Monday where his parents, Capt. and MIS Hunter Sims live. Miss Peggy While, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. lien While arrived yesterday from Knoxvillc. Tenn.. to spend Ihc Summer with her parents. Mrs. C. J. Lilllc sjicnt Thursday n Bragg City, Mo., with he par- nls. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Rucker. Miss Mary Kalherine Hose who llcnclcd school at Brcnenu Col- cge. Gainesville, Ga., arrived to licnd her vacation with her ]»r- •nts, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rose Jr. Herman Walpolc is ill at his home on 138 East Ash. Mrs. C. W. Afflick went lo Mon- oids today lo meet her daughter, Miss Mary Jean Alflick. who attends University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Miss Afflick will spend a short vacation with her At The Hospitals Hlytlievllle Hospital Dismissed: Mrs. C. G. Newman and baby, ity. Walls Hospital .dmllted: ' Mrs. U. II. Hen-ell, Tyler, Mo. Dismissed: Ginger Carol Sims, city, Memphis Methodist Hospital Admitted: ' Joe E. Harris, Osceola. Mriiiphk Baptist Il«-,]ill:il Admilted: Herman Carney,' city. For every 5000 miles of driving you should have your enghn ,uned and Ihe .shock absorber checked. FIKST CHRISTIAN Main and .Slxlli Sts , K. 8. Baird minister Bible school U:45 a. m. Morning 1 worship 10:50. "God Would Give Life—Even to You" Is the sermon title. The : text Ls, "Today shalt Thou be with me In Paradise", Luke WA'l, The Chrlsllan Hour, 8 p. in. "Is csns Coming Again?" is the sub- ''Ct lo be discussed. Rend' First nd Second The.ssalonians In prc- .iratlon for the service, in Ihese veiling services r.n offers Is being lade 'to find the central . tctich- igs of tlic books of the'Bible. Everyone is cordially invited • to ttcnd the services of Hits church ll.GKIM I.UTHKItAN 'CllllltCll Ki\th anil Walnul sis. liiilierl Hid, p.islur Divine worship Sunday at 11 a. i. The pastor's subject .'will be: 'raying Always". "And lie spake nto Ihcin that men ought always Reid Courier News wane ads. Save Fate-To L I C K The AXIS! o pray, and not to falnl", Luke 8:1. . • ' . • Sunday School at 10 a. in, Sunday School Teachers' Mcet- ng Thursday at 4 p. in. • Pilgrim Lutheran Church-extends cordial welcome to Ihe public ind especially lo the visitors In the city. Come and . worship wilh ;• us Sunday. We preach Christ and Him crucified. FIKST 1'KKSBYTKRIA^ CIIUKCII James A. Ovfrholser, minister Sunday School 9:45 a. in. . Morning worship 11:00 a. m. Theme, "When Ihe Song of the Lord Began." II. Chronicles;'29:27. Evening worship 8:00 p.;hi. Ser- inon subject: "Things that'Disturb Our Pence." Text, : Colosslans, 3:15, "Let the peace of God rule in your hearts," Midweek Service Wednesday 7:45 p. m. . • . i' . Choir rehearsals: Senior, Wednesday 8:15 p. m.;-,Junior, Friday, 4-.00 |>. m. Yon nrc cordially Invlled to at- lend Ihe services. Visitors in the city are especially welcome. ' "Thou shalt have no other gods before Me." Exodus 20. , • I.AKI: STREET METHODIST CIIUKCII . Hales Sturdy, pastor Church School 9:50 a. m. Morning Worship • 10:45 a. m'. "Looking Across The Great Divide". Junior'Fellowship 'J p. m. Inlermcdialc. Fellowship.. "I p. m. Senipr Fellowship 7 p., in. ' ' Evcninij Worship 8 p. in.."Brother Barnabas" pastor's subject. Board of Stewards meet Tuesday li p. m. • . The public Is inited to all services at Ihls church. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES M16 W. Main Street "Anclcnt'and Modern Nccroinacy, Alia. 1 ; 1 //Mesmerism and Hypnotism, Denounced,'' Ls the subject of the lesson-Sermon. which will be. rend In all Churches and Societies of Un- church of Christ, Scientist, on Sunday, May 30, 1943.. The' Golden Text is: "The Lord God will help me; therefore sliull 1,1 not be confounded; thigrcfprc have t set my facif like a Hint, aiul'T ' know that I shall not uc'oshnincd." fsalah 50:7. , . . Among the, citations which comprise 'the.Lesson-Sermon Is the following from' the Bible: "Thou are my hiding' place;. llvou shall,, preserve me\froih trouble; thou'shajt compass me. about with songs ot deliverance." Pshlni.s 32:7. ' ' Continuous Shows "v : . Every Day Box Of flee Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KIiCN '•.00 a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:3fl p.m. SATURDAY Announciiiff Opening of Memorial Park Cemetery Choice Lots Available For Information Call Holt Funeral Home Phone 571 NIGHT *\ Hw«< »RMLO • Him HARNtt . .( Serial "Perils of Nyoku" No. 8 and • Sclei'ted Shorts. Cent, Showing Salur. 1:00 to 11:SO. Sunday & Monday Bake Better With No Shortening With SHIBLEYS Best Flour —It's Oven Tested LftUNDRY SERVICE REDUCES ftBSENTEEISM Laundries in crilieal labor areas have b«en raled "essential" by Hie War Manpower Cnntmluiion. Tbis area is mil "critical," but Hlylheviile I.auinlry service has. been 'essential lo Blythevillc. families for years. Tuiluy it's indispensable to the army of women in war and Inline defense jobs. Thousands of hours would be taken from vital war wnrk If these "essenlial" women bad lo lake limn off every week to ili> Die washing. Semi your dollies In us—anil work for VICTORY. "I AM TONDELAYO!" The world-famed sii)>e hit on ilie screen) lledy's 'most eiciling rolel Ifcdy IAMARR ! Walter E1DGM FOR BETTER LAUNDRY PHONE 418 FOR BETTEK DRY CLEANING 418 STEAM LAUNDRY M FRANK MORGAN; - RjchlTd Rr^inaM Henrf' i BARLSON • OWKN • O'NEILL Dirrclrd by Ricl.irJ ltm,[,o ' Produced hy Victor S«»ill« ' '~ : ' ' • "Screea PUy by Leon CorJon From tlic Slij?e fjay by r.cofl Cj'ordoa ^ B«>ed oo • Novtl by Ida V«rt Siraootoa' ' Paramount News & Short Subjects showing oi training films: (he pad- clock, where the men, not horses, now proudly pass in review. An advancement, in rating to fireman first class was given lo (ilanls, now is stationed at Camp Ilond, Texas, is ollicer candidate school. Scrgt. William C. Qrpwc. former' '"• Hie Hiiirma'n Brothen "Bluejackel" Millnn K. McMurly,I Lumber Company of Porlagcville 18, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. I.ec Me-1 new Is in Australia. family and rclurn (o Chapel Hill for Ihe Summer session. Enemy radio drtcclors are not accurate on a fosl airplane Hying low. Sonllio wllh Mcisflna, for- mn \ y M M i Can H^t j, ow . OF MINOR ili~r —rooliiig. mcdicalcd. SKIN IRRITATIONS Ihe WHO DUNNIT? inmFA7£K-A-miE$! • Alrbtane 1 llrcs, pulled out of the sea hear-Pearl Harbor alter 15 still had air in them. The Miracle In ' Permanent Waving! COM> RAY, the mrffrn, iwlen- liA« wa\c. No heat— No mi- chtiwt. Drop In for details. MARGARET'S % BEAUTY SHOP it nnt \l\ •> " . 25J2 OLD JUDGE: SAVS ; ROXY BVI*ln NI|M FAcrj Night F.icep* • : Saturday. Box OfTke Opens 6:45 Show Starts 7:60 i- Cintlnnoni Shows B«l. and Son... Saturday BARRY ITJK HERIICB ^!'« REPUBLIC flCTU«E Serial, "Vaiiisliins Men" No. I Selected Short Subjects. Con. Shcmlnff Safilay 1:00 to 1 Sunday and Monday "Our men in the service in this war have pretty detinile ideas about what they're figiiling (or and Ihe way they want to find our country when Ihey come back...don't you think so, Judge?" '" I certainly do, George. Just a week or so ago 1 was reading in a national magazine the results of a poll.taken among our soldiers. Each man was given a questionnaire containing twenty-five 'assignment^' for the folks al home. He was asked to check the first five in order of importance to him, ^ "Out of thousands of replies the first 'assignment' to the folks back home was 'Make sure I'll have a job in my chosen field of workwhenl get. back'. NumberSwas 'Make sure that Prohibition isn't put over on us again.' "When the men in the last war came home and found prohibition had been put over on them behind their backs they were sore as' boils. You can see from what I just told you how they feel about it this time, too." Cot^rnvi ol AksUic Bn , Fox News anrt Short Continuous Showing Hat. .1 to 11

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