The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on June 30, 1950 · Page 7
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The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas · Page 7

Blytheville, Arkansas
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Friday, June 30, 1950
Page 7
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FRIDAY, JUNE 80, 19M BLTl'HEVILM! COUNTER PAGB SEVEN 50,000 Scouts Start Jamboree Pr«*l4«nt Truman Will Makt Opening Address Tonight 30. J By r.Tl CREAGR 1.LEY POROE, Pa., June The Boy Scouts of America opened their mammoth national Jamboree today in the now-peaceful valley where George Washington's troops fought cold and hunger that freedom might be born on this continent. And President Truman, speaking on these historic grounds tonight, Is expected to tell the massed Scouts and their leaders that the fight, for liberty continues today. 50,00« on Hand Nearly 50,000 attending this first national jamboree since 1937 will greet the President when he arrives by train from Washington. The week-long campcraft festival, dedicated to the Scouts' 40th anniversary motlo of "Strengthening the Arm of Liberty," opens officially with the raising of the colors to the accompaniment of an aerial fireworks "bombardment" echoing and re-echoing across the wooded hills. Mostly the Jamboree will be fun, sightseeing and camping practice for the boys and their leaders .who have come from all 48 states, the territories and 17 foreign countries. Symbolizing the Scout Ideal of brotherhood, a United Nations troop Apmped near general headquarters of the 625-acre campsite is made np of boys from.eight nations, Including three "iron curtain" countries. But there was no talk of Iron curtains or of war, cold or hot, when Poland's Andrew Wojcicki pumped hands with fellow Scout Robert Kimes of Oil City, Pa., and Scouts from Hungary and Czechoslovakia Blythevill* ASSEMBLE or GOP Kef. 11 C. Kmm, pvUr Sunday School 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship 11:00 aJn. • Womdn'i UUsionary Council 6:30 p.m. Men'i Cooperative Council «:30 pm Christ's Ambassador.? 6:30 pjn. Junior ChrUl Ambassador! 6:30 p m. Evangelistic Service 7:30 p.rr. Tuesday 7:30 pjn. Prayer Me«ling. Thursday 1:30 p.m Bible Study Sunday School 7:00 p.m. Visitation Friday FIRST BAPTIST • CHAPEL MISSION Her. l)«rid Brail* Sunday School 9:40 Worship 5 rvice 10:65 a.m. Training Union ' :30 pjn Evening Worship 7:JO pm. CALVARY BAPTIST 16lh and (Jhkkasawba P. H. Jernlgan, p»s(or / Sunday School 9:30 ajn • Morning Worship 11:00 am Intermediate G A's 5:30 pjn B.T.U 7:00 p.m Evening worship a:00 ' .m Wednesdaj choir reheisal anrt officers and teachers meeting at the same hour 7:00 Wednesday Prayer Meeting B:00 Pridaj Men's Brotherhood FIRST METHODIST Roy 1. fl3j;le>', Pastor Church School 9 45 a.m Morning Worship 11 a.m. Youth Choir Rehearsal 5 45 p.m 6:30 p.m Junior Fellowship. Intermediate M.YJP.. Senior-Young Peoples M.Y.F Evening Service 7:30 Alter church fellowship 8:30 pun Wednesday, choir rehearsal 1:30 FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Kev. Harvey KIdd, .pastor 9:45 a.m. Sunday School The Sacrament , of the Ixird Supper. 6:30 p.m Young Peoples Choir CHURCH OF CI5K1ST Hirolil F. Bhirp, minuter Main and Highway 61 Bible Classes 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship 10.50. "A Plea For Christ." Bible Classes 7:15 Evening Worship 8 p.m. "Mistakes of Naomtm." Wednesday evening 8 p.m Week Bible Classes TEMPLE ISR'AKI, Or. Alfred Vise, ralilii Friday night, 8 p.m. Sabbath an Memorial services with Sarmo "The World Rests Upon Trull Justice and Peace." Mid- Tells His Sick Great-Grandchild To Take Hadacol Little 3-year-old girl was suffering from deficiencies of Vitamins Bi,Bi, Iron and Niacin. CHURCH JF THE IMMACULATE CONCJKITION Kev. Amos H. Enderliii, Pmlor Rev. William M B*ck. Assistant Pastor Sunday Masses 7:30-10 a.m Holy Days 6:30 and 8 a.rn Novena to our Sorrowful Mother Friday 7:30. Confessions Saturday 7:30-8:30 p.m. FIRST 1,UTHERAN CHURt:» Sixth and Walnut G Miessler. Pastor "Moments with God" KI.CN each Sunday 9:30 a.m. Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Divine Worship 11:00 a.m. ST. STEPHEN'S EPISCOPAL William J. FUztuigh, vicar Fourth Sunday after Trinity 9:30 a.m. Church School 11 a.m. Holy Communion a Sermon. July 4. Independence Day 9 a.m. Holy Communion. • 30 p.m. ARRKO MISSIONARY BAPTIST Her, Parker Hay, nlnlstn Sunday School 10 ».m Preaching Scrvlc* 11 »Jn. B.T.U. 6t30 p.m. Preaching 7:30 pm. Prayer Meeting Friday night CLEAR LAKE BAPTIST J. f. C«, tutor Sunday School »:+b a.m Worship Serv!« 11:00 a.m. Training Union 6:30 pjn. Worship Service 7:30 p.m. * Mid-Week Service 7:30 p.m VS esday j 'ARBRO METHODIST CHURCH I.eRoy Henry, Minister ' Church School every Sundiy 10 .m Church Worship Services 2nd «nc ourth Sundays 11 a.m.. first «nd hird Sundays 1 p.m PSCS first and third Sundaji PROMISED LAND MKTBOD1S1 CHURCH I.eRoj Henry, minister Church School every Sunday 1 a.m Church Worship Services — firs and third Sundays 11:00 a.m Sec ond and fourth Sundays 6 30 M.Y.F meetings • second am fourth Sundays 5:30 p.m WSCS second and fourth Thurs days FULL GOSPEL TABEKNACLK Lilly and Vine B. T. Kelly. Paslor 9:45 Sunday School Pay Austin superintendent 11:00 Morning Worship 6:45 PYP.A meek with Mrs Oltie CJooclson in chnrrje 7:45 Evangelistic Service with choh and Orchestra participating L'ue.sdny and Friday nights services al 6 45 Tuesday night is Young People s Night FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCB Lester D. Strubhar, minister 8:30 a.m Choii practice 9:45 K m. Sunday School 10:50 a.m. Morning Worship. 6:15 Chi Rho Junior and Senior C. Y. F. Lunch. 6:30 p.m. Chi Rho Junior «nd Senior C. Y. P Lesson 7:30 p.m. Evening worship CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY 1211 « Main St. Sunday Service 11:00 a.m Reading Room Wednesday 2:304:30 p.m. Wednesday Service 8 p.m "God" T will be read in all church- en and Societies of the Church, ol Christ, Scientist, on Sunday.- Who says older folks don't keep up on the latest advancements? Here is a most interesting bit ot news from Mrs. Francis C. Parr, Senior, ol 1356 Walton Way, Augusta, Georgia. Mrs. Parr writes: "Our daughter's 3 yrs. old and hasbeenslck forquite some time. "Children her age would make "two of her. We have been giving her HADACOL for a month now and we can already see a great Change in her. "Her complexion has a rosy tint to It now, but before Joyce had a pale look and color. So many people told us to try HAD- ACOL. The results are wonderful. Joyce's GREAT-GRANDFATHER was the;one who took it in our family and recommended it for our child. We really are grateful to the makers of HADACOL and never will onr little girl go without HADACOL." A Very Smnrl Man Little Joyce's great-grandfather certainly knew what he was talking about and Joyce should be very thankful that her grcat-granrt-daddy kept abreast of modern medical blessings. i\, So don't delay. If your kiddies A are underweight, nervous, have • no appetite, suffer from constipation or easily upset stomachs due to lack of Vitamins B,, B., Iron and Niacin In. their systems —have them start taking HAD- ACOL at once. Let this great new HADACOL give your kiddies a grand appetite, let It help them grow up into healthy, happy men and women. Big Improvement Oflcn Noticed Within Few Days HADACOL not only supplies deficient little systems with more than their dally needs of Vitamins B|, B 2 , Iron and Niacin but also helpful amounts of precious Calcium, PhosphtTus and Manganese — elements so vital for growth and lo help main tain good health. And Ihese vitamins and minerals come In pleasant liquid form so that Ihey are more quickly absorbed Into the bloodstream—ready lo go to work at once. HADACOL even helps build up the hemoglobin content of red blood (where iron Is needed) to f° coursing lo every part of their little bodies bringing unbelievable new strength and energy. A big Improvement Is often noticed within a few days' time in nervous, rundown kiddies who such deficiencies. You owe It to your little ones to give them HADACOL daily. Be proud when, your neighbors comment about your happy, healthy youngsters! Trla! size bottle of HADACOL costs only $1.25. Wise mothers always buy ^4he large family or hospital stae Wor $3.50. Refuse substitutes. ^There is only one genuine HADACOL — recommended by many doctors. * Photo b? professional model 10:55 FIRST BAPTIST E- C. Brown, pastor Sunday School 9:40 a.m Morning Worship Service, a.m Training Union, 7 p.m. Kvening Worship Services 8 p.m. Wednesday Sunday School Cam- net Meeting, 6:45 p.m Prayer Service. 7:45 p.m Officers and Teachers meeting 7:00 pjn. Rural Churches GATEWAY TABKKNACLE L C Borah, pa'stnr Church Service 9 45 a.m livening Worship. 7:30 p.m HUFFMAN BAPTIST David McPeake. pastor 10:00 a.m Sunday School 11:00 a.m Morning Service 7:30 p.m B T D Ms-cling 8 p.m Evening Service Friday 7 choir practice prayer meeting WES'I RI//THEVl'l.!.R PARISH METHOD 1ST IV. R Vou.t Pastnr IVesley Memorial Church Church School. 10:00 a.m. Sup Floyd Davis Worship Service 11:00 a.m Woiship Service.7 p.m HALF MOON MF.THODIST CHURCH Church School 10:00 a.m tj Earl Baker Worship Service 11:00 n.m . Worship Service 7:00 p.m WOODLAND CORNER BAPTISI Arnold Clayton, Minister Sunday School 10 a.m Woiship Service--iruO a.m C A Service 1:00 p.m B.TO 7-00 p.m Evening Worship B.OO p.m Wednesday Prayer Service 7:00 IMMANUKL BAPTIST A. M. Houston, pastor Sunday School. 10 a.m Morning Worship 11 a.m Prainine Union 7 p.m Evening Service. 7:30 p.m Wednesday night prayer service 1 p.m. Luxoro Churches ASSKMHLY OF GOI> 10:00 ajn Sunday School. ll:cg a.m. Worship Service. 6:00 pjn. O A Service 1:30 p.m. Saturday Service 1:30 ym. Wednesday prayer *er- ,ce. CHURCH Ot CHRIST Roll Woodward, tvanjfUsi Bible study 10 ii.m Preaching 11 A.m 7:30 on list and third Sundays Tuesday, 7:30 pj«. 11. t. Sharp onducts Bible Claw. WMC Mdajr 3 pjn. f,'AI,VARi - EPISCOPAL WilllMB J. F1Uhu«h, S a.m. Holy Communion 9:45 a.m. Church School 11 a.m. Morning Prayer and Ser- mon. July 4, Independence Day. 1:30 a.m. Holy Communion. When You're FIRST BAPTIST A. B. HIlL-Vailor J. C. Dickinson, pastor 10: am Sunday School 11:00 a.m Worship Service! S:00 pan B T U 7:00 p.m Worship Service 7:r)0 pjii Wednesday Prayej Sei ice. I.UXORA 11. L. KuMnMin. I'aitur Church School 10 a.m Morning Worship II a.m Methodist Youth Fellowship tjroups. 6 p.m Evening Worship Service 7 p.m Osceolo Churches KlltS I CHRISTIAN L. K. SUM. Jr. paslor Morning Worship 10:50 n m Evening Service 7:30 p.m Midweek bcrvice 7:30 p.m. HALF MOON ASSEMBLY OF GOD Rev Marlin Reagan pastor Sunday Schnnl lO'OO n.m Worship Service 11 00 a m Young Peoples CA Service 6'30 p.m. Evening Church Worship T30 p.m -Mia-WeeK Service Friday B p.m BUKDETTE OHPROn OF GOI) Kev. O. E. Maj Sunday School 945 a.m Morning Worship. 11 «.m Young People, 1:00 p.m Evening Worship 8:00 p.m FIRST METHODIST H. J. Oiuc'.man, pastor Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Worship Service II a.m Methodist Youth Fellowship 6:15 Worship Service 7 p.m Wednesday Youtli Choir pruutid i:30 pm Senior Choir 7:30 p.m K1RST BAPTIST Percy K Herring, pastor Sunday School 0-45 a.m Morning Worship 11 00 a.m BTU Union 8:30 p.m Evening Service 7:30 pm Miriw«-ek Service 7:30 o.m S. F Hcskr. Evangelist (.•HUKCII Ot- CIIKIS'I Morning Worship 10 45 & m Evening Service 1:30 pm Simciii.v School 3 45 n.m Bible Study Tuesday and Friday ST MATTUKIVS Rrv. Amos II. Endlrlln Every Sunday Mass KIRH'I I'ENTEt OS'i Al. Nornnin Kcnl. puMor Evening Service 7:0 r pin HOT Cool Off At Snidcr's . Air-Conditioned Restaurant LAKE STREET METHODIST CIIUBCII Linza Harrison, minister Bob McHaffoy Church school Su perintendent; p B Jarratt. chair man of the Board ol Stewards: Mrs Billy King, president of WSCS Sunday School 10:00 a.m Morning Worship 11:00 tJn MYF 5 p.m. Evening" Worship 7 pjn WSCS 2:30 p.m Monday ' Choir Practice 7 pm Wednesday Joe Thomas Choir Direcloi and Mrs Barlcne Blankenshlp pianist THE FIRST CHTIRCH Of NAZARENF. Royal G. Schultz. Pastor Sunday School 9:45 am Sermons by pastor 11 a.m Sermon by paslor 7:30 p.m Nazarene Training Union 6:30 p.m Wednesday Night Prayei Meeting 7-30 p.m. W.F.M.S Wednesday afternoon J p.m. HUFFMAN cnuncn OP GOD James Vrynes, pastor Sunday School 9 45 am Morning Worship 11:00 a.m Evening Service 7:30 p.m Y.P.E. Saturday 7:30 p.m • ROUND LAKE CHURCH OF ciiiiisT Thomas L. Conner. Minister Sunday School 10 a.m Worship Service 11 a.m Wednesday Kighl Bible Stud; OOSNEI.I. BAPTIST Cart Cattleman paslor Sunday School, 10-00 am .Moining Worship 11 00 «.m Training Unhn. 7'30 p.m Evening Worship. B'OO p.m Thursday 7:30 p.m Prayer Serv ice. AKMOREL BAPTIST W O. Auten. pastor Sunday School 10:00 a.m Preaching 11:00 a.m Training Union 7'00 p.m Evening Worship 8-00 p.m Wedriesdnv Prnvei Meetinp 7:30 GOSNELL METHODIS1 Ler Anderson, minister Church School 10 a.m Worship Service 11 a.m. M.Y.F Groups 6 p.m. Kvening Service 7 p.m Mid-Wcek Sendee Thursday p.m NEW I.FBKRTV BAPTIST Five miles South Hiehwaj (1 Russell Duffer pastor Sunday School lO'OO a.m Morning Worship II 00 a.m Training Union 7 p.m Evening Worship Service 8 pjn NUMBER NINE BAPTIST Gene Shultz, paslor Sunday School. 8'45 a.m Morning Worship. 11:00 a.m Sunday 2:15 p.m Mission Arm bro School auditorium Training Union. 7:00 p.m Sunday School and church at Yar- Evening Worship 8 pm FlltS'l I'KESISYTEKIAN U T. Lawrence, pastor Sunday School 9 45 am Morning Worship. 11 a.m ' Ytiung People. 5:00 p.m Wednesday evening service 7:30 FIIIST ASSEMBLY Of GOD 402 S. Broaiiway KP.V. Miirrihj Smith, pnslor Sunday School 9:45 a.m Morning Worship II a.m Voung People C.A s 6:45 p.m Evangelistic Service 7:30 p.m. Thursday Evening ').30 p.m Sunday Dinner 85* Choice of Juice Choice 01": Filet Mignon Steak Southern Fried Chicken Fried Shrimp Breaded Veal Cutlet Choice of Two Vegetables Asparagus in Cream Cheese Parsley buttered New I'otaloes Fresh Green Beans Crab Apples Jello Fruit Salad Our Own baked Hot Rolls TRY OUR OWN BAKED PIES GOOD FOOD For breakfast, for your noon lunch, or for a very special dinner in the evening ... you'll find that the food at Snicler's Restaurant is always tastefully prepared. And you "ilon'l have to pay high prices cither. Try us. LOW PRICES Snider's Restaurant Across from the City Hall After Bullets, 35 Transfusions GLENDALE, Calif., June. 30. William Dlllehunt, 37, who was shot by a holdup man May 26, has had 35 blood transfusions. His physician. Dr. Joseph Jelinok, says he has never seen a man with such a will lo live. The doctor has temporarily given up all his other patients to devote full time to Dillehunt at Physicians and Surgeons Hospital. He has appealed for blood donnors, regardless of blood type, to give thhe Red Cross banks in Dlllehunt's name. The holdup victim has been hovering between life and death ever since he was shot in the abdomen. BILL NICHOLSON Candidate For State Senator Invites you to come to a Marriage Licenses The following couples obtained marriage licenses yesterday from the office of Miss Elizabeth Blythe, county clerk: Barney Malone and Miss Elsie Mae Booker, both of Kcnnelt. Vaughn Sanford and Miss Maribel Clark, both of St. Louis. got similar back-slapping welcomes. It's a colorful sight that will meet President Truman's eyes—35 slick- as-»-whlsllc sections filled with orderly rows of tenl.s that range from the conventional G.I. olive green Vo . the wildest shades ot canary yellow. Easy Terms"? "Easy Pay Plan"? 'No Down-Payment"? "3 Years to Pay"? They all add up to the same iliing ...High Cost! So, rlon'l lie misled. Make your down-payment as much as you can, and pay ilie rcsl as fasl as you can. For llial is ihe only sound, safe and economical way lo liny on lime-payment*. Gel 11m dclails of Ihe CiMAC Plan, llip. Plan thai has helped millions of car buyers lo satisfied ownership. A Specialized Time Service for Ihefollotving General Motors productg CHEVROLET • PONTIAC • OLDSMOBIU SUICK • CADILLAC • FRIGIDAIKt DEICO APPLIANCES • DIESEl ENGINES GMAC iciMixi KOTOM! PLAN ! FREE FISH FRY Tonight at 6:00 WALKER PARK, BLYTHEVILLE Speech Broadcast at 6:30 —Stations KLCN and KOSE All Other Candidates Invited To Speak Alsa Used Cars of All A/at« Sold by General Molort Dealer* GENERAL MOTORS ACCEPTANCE CORPORATION Plan to Come Tonight Hear BILL NICHOLSON A Young Man with Ability, Courage, Leadership Political advertising for Ihe candidacy of president of BIyUievllle committee, W. R, Nicholson paid for by Rub* Carson,

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