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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLB (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS /SATURDAY,-JULY 3,-1943 Social Calendar \ MONDAY'S Woman's Society of- Christian Sen tee of the First Methodist Church «U1 meet »t Church, 2:M pjn, for a brief 'bustnets session, Missionary Group of the Woman's Council, First Christl*n Church wUI meet J'JO »t Church for study. ' ' •' a ' ' TUESDAY'S EVaWTS B N. -B. Club will meet with Mrs, Stella Davis. - , Double O Club meetmc kith Miss Mary Spain Uyty. Mrs Lafayette May entertaining the 400 Club. WEDNESDArS KVXNT8 Mrs Ben Harpd* entertaining tile A. D. C. .Club. Miss Dorothy Jean' Higglhsbn and Miss Bobby Purvis entertaining Kith a shower at the Hlgfln- son home, complimenting Mrs. B. J Allen Jr I , THURSDAY'S EVENTS Mrs Graham Sutfburv »IU be hostess to Club Eight; FRIDAY'S EVENTS C. B. C. Club will be entertained nt the home of Mrs. C. J. Little. Recent Bride Former Local Man Weds • St. Louis, Girl'Saturday A nmrriiige of'Interest in •Bly.tlve- vlll«i where the bridegroom' formerly lued. Is that of Miss Raje W. Hiienfleld of St';, liouis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs;;Walter Frederick Hiumfield of Lha.t c(ty, to StarT Scrgt. Murray P.; Phillips," son ..of Mr. and Mrs.JJohn T. Phillips of Ptaquemlne, La, The wedding was solemnized Saturday night: at "Lonely Acres", home of the bridegroom's parents . Sergeant Phillips' flanee'was visiting his parents when It was! decided to 'have, the marriage take place there .while Sergeant. Phillips WHS on a three-Jay furlough. They will live In Shreveport, near Barksdale Field,: where Ser- gennt Phillips is a radio operator and gunner of the Army Air Forces. The bridegroom is the grandson ot the late Mrs. C. E, .Crlgger and has many relatives .living\in Bly- th'evlllc; where his parents were reared oiid where he lived for a number of years. » • • Club 28, Guests Attend Holiday Supper ( Dance In keeplng;with. the holiday season, the Fourth of July theme carried out in the decorations and music, when members .of .'Club : 28 and, a number of guests, met for dancing last night at the Woman's Club. The 75, people : present danced • to the nickelodlan until' mldnlgh when supper was served from a refreshment table centered with a crystal bowl filled with red, white and blue, flowers, and covered with streamers^ of red, white 'and blue The patriotic- motif: lias repeated in the mantel decorations where a centerpiece ot flags was used, with vases, of red, white: and -blue flowers on either' side. Gufits.for the-.affair^, were: Mr and Mr,s, Max Logan, Dr and Mrs P Don Smith, Staff Sergt B F Gay, who .la.', home-oh furlough from his station in Tullalioma, Tenn, and Mrs Gay, Mr. and Mrs. 1 Dixie Crawford, Mr. and Mrs Riley B Jones, Mr. and Mrs Gene Fleeman of Manila, Mr and Mrs G B Olllenwater, Mr and Mrs Freeman Robinson and Miss Hannah Meyers. Mr and Mrs J J, Pjckren, Mr and Mrs James Terry and Mr and.Mrs. Bernard Gooch-were the committee •'. in charge.' • ' • V • Harrison-Kissel Rite s Are Held On-Wednesday CHURCH NEWS CHRISTIAN HCIKNCK SKKVICKS Wninun's Clubhouse, H1G W. Main GOU Is the subject Of Ihc'Les-. con-Sermon which will be read In nil Churches and Societies of Hie Churcli of Cltfi'it, Scientist, on Sunday, July •1,194:!. The Golden Text Is: "The Lord Is our Judge, Die ix>rd is our liuv- ylvor, the Lord Is our king; he will save us." Isalnh 33:22. Among (lie citations which comprise the Lesson-Sermon Is the following from the Bfljle: "Give unto o 1.01x1 the glory due unto Ills me: hrlng nn ottering, nnd come' jt'foro him: worship the Lord In ic beauty of holiness," 1 Chvont- cs 10:29. New York City's .police force Is ai'ger than 1 the regular' army ' of Ire. Mis Charles Kninty was the former Miss Dixie Evelyn Howard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. WIIHnin Charles Howard ot Luxorn, l>e- fore her marriage -last week, solemnized at the plantation home of her parents. . TWO (iUESTS ATTEND BKJDtiK C'l.UB MI1TV Mrs. W H. Venn nnd Mrs. Neely Young were guests of Mrs. Otto Scrape when . she enteiinlncd ncmbers ot Ohili Elghl Tluirsday afternoon at the home ot her mother, Mrs. G. S. Barnes. Mixed Summer flowers wore used throughout .the entertaining rooms where ..the guests played bridge with high score prke awarded to Mrs. Rupert Crafton and second high to Mrs. Graham Sudbury. At the close of the games the hostess served home made 'jce cream and cakes. Till) CHUKCII OF CI1K1ST West Main off Highway Gl Oscar I,. Hays, minister ISible study at 9:50 a. in. Preaching nt )1 n. HI. Subject, "A Croupctcd Religion.' 1'roaehlng at 8:15 V •'»• Subject, 'A Pure Religion." bible study and song drill Wednesday, 8:15 p. in, All arc Invited to attend all ot .hose .services. We want you, we iced you, and will try to do you good. ST. STEl'HKN'S IH'IStWAL cmmcn Skill ami Will n lit Streets Tliunus B. Smytlie Jr., minister. 11 a. m. Holy communion and sernion and Installation of Mr. Sniythe by 1U. Rev. R. Ulancl Mitchell, D. D. Bishop of the Diocese of Arkansas. 10:60-Worshlp service, Pastor's text, "Proclaim Liberty Throughout All Hie Land Unto All the In- labltants Thereof," Violin solo, Pvt. Maurice Wilk. Anthem, "O Lord How Manifold arc Thy Works" by the choir. 0:45 p. m.—Youth Fellowship meetings. 7:30 p. in.—Worship service. You are Invited to attend the services of this church where a welcome awaits you. Read Courier Newi want Ms.' 1'Vl.l, GOSPEL TADKKNACLE Lily at Vine Sts. 0. I*. ThacUcr, pastor Suiuluy School, 9:45. Prcnchlng, 11 o'clock. Jr. I'.V.R.A., C:30 p. in. Sr. P.Y.P.A., 7 p. in. Evangelistic Service, 8 p m. Mitl-Wqek Servcles Young Peoples Service— Tuesday night, 8 P m. Prayer meeting, Bible Study — Friday night—8 l>. in. "The Full. Gospel is your Welcome." FIRST METIIOIHST CHURCH Curlier Main and Sevciilli Ruv. S. B.'Wilfiinl, jusl'or 9:45 a. in.—Church School. U. S. Dransou, sujit. Noon. i i Picnic on the grounds. 1:30 p. m., group singing. 3:00 p. m., guest speaker, the Rev. C. Everett Palton, Luxorn. 3:IS p. m. to 4:30 p. m., group ni-inif 4:30 to 8:00 p. m. visiting period. 8:00 p. in., Guest siseakcr, the Rev. Luther K. Wilson, Uell. The Rev. and Mis. D. G. Hindman, paslors. METHODIST CHURCH BLYTHEVILLE CIRCUIT Yarbra Church School, 9:50 a. m. Paul Abbott, superintendent. No preaching services today. Everyone come to Promised Land for the "Home Coming". GOSIiell Church School, 10:00 n. m. Mr. Williams,' superintendent. No preaching services today. Everyone come lo Promised Land for the "Home Coming". Promised Lund "Hume Coming" Starlyn Young, Master of Ceremonies. Saturday— 8:00 p.. in.- Guest speaker, the Rev. S. B. Wilford. Sunday— . 10':00 a.: m., church: School, Marcus Gaines, superintendent. •ll:00-nj m. ; ' Guest spenkcr, ncv. J.. Aibct't, Gallin, district ' superin- tendcnt, ; Jonesboro. • . . LAKE 8THEET METHODIST Bales Sturdy, pastor Church School, 9:50 a. in. Ivetson Morris, superintendent. Morning worship, 10:45 a. m. "Our Spiritual Independence", pastors subject. Senior Youth Fellowship, 7 p. m. Intermediate Fellowship, 7 p. in. Evening worship, 8 p. in. "Every One Is of Great Worth", pastor's subject. nonrd of Stewards, Tuec.day, 8:20 [). m. Prayer meeting, Wednesday, 8:1S p. m. Men's meeting and' pot-luck supper, Thursday night, 8 o'clock. Every one Is welcome and Invited lo all our services. ril.CiltIA! LUTIIKltAN CHURCH Olh & Walnut Sis. Kuleit Kiel, pastor . . Sunday School nt 10:00-a.m. Divine services at 11:00 a.m. I'ns- .or's subject: "The Folly of Athc- sm." Text: "The fool hath said in his heart, There Is no God" Us. 14, 1. Cur Quarterly Congregational meeting will be held Immediately' after the morning service. Every one is cordially invited to attend the services of this church, Visitors in the city are especially welcome. ASSEMUI/V oVcOn CHURCH tt Seventh and Ash Street Kcv. II. E. Slinms, pastor Sunday School, 9:45 a. m. Morning worship, 11:00 o'clock. Christ Ambassadors, ages 12 to 35, 7:00 p. m. Evangelistic message, 8:15 p. m." Evangelists Ogden and Jagg'cr's In charge. Special singing and music each night. ... Everyone Invited to attend these revival services every evening except Saturday. - FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH Main at Sixth R. S. Halrd, nilnisicr Bible School, 9:45 a. m. , Morning worship and sermon; 10:50. '"the Love of God" is ti ]c .sermon lille. • Evening worship, 8 p. in.'"Should Such • a Man as I Flee?" is the Keriiioii. Everyone is cordially invited lo worship :il.this church. Bits of News Mostly Personal Miss Bobby Ann Purvis Is visiting her cousta, Miss Mary Ann Lankfprd;ln Sikestpn, Mo. She will The wedding of.-Misa Minnie .V. Kissell daughter of Mr and Mrs Philip Kfssel of Huffman, to St«rt Sergt'Prulit Harrison, son of Mr. andi Mrs. iIrvin. Harrison, alsb''Ot Huffman, was held Wednesday afternoon at * o'clock at the home of the Rev G D M»g«e, putor of the Armorel and Dell Baptist Churchesi The double ring (yrercony- was solemnized in the presence of the bride's parents and Mrs. Turner Kissel. Both the bride and .bridegroom attended school at Huflman and were graduated from Armoril High School. Following the ceremony they left on a'short wedding trip after which Sergeant Harrison will return to'Fort SlU.-Okla., where he is stationed In the artillery. Mrs Harrison will: remain here. GIVEN BIRTHDAY PARTY ON THIRD ANNIVERSARY { Donald ' Jo« Tinker entertained eight?of his .friends yesterday af-! terhppn In celebration of his third birthday. Th« afternoon was spent In play- iiij;'£am<* with prizes awarded to Fay kReied, Marcla Lou McGregory and'JImmj' bu'rel. : Balloons were presented to e«!i guest as. fsyors and »t v tht close of the games the host's moUier, Mrs. H.E. C Tinker, served Ice c««m and birthday cake return Monday. H. R. Goodwin of Tulsa, Okln., arrived today 'from the Nnval All- Base nt Mlllington, Tenn., where he Is slatloned, for n weekend visit with his aunt, Mrs. Ray Worlhing- ton,. and Mr. Wortliington. Mrs. John CtiuclllI and daughter, Lucy, went to Elgin, Texas, Thursday where they will be guests for two weeks of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Rivers, Jr. Lient. Gwendolyn Fisher, nnrsc of the United States Army, stationed at Shnw Field, Suniter, S, C., Is visiting her sister, Miss Prancella Fisher, and friends. Her sister will return .to Shnw Fiel< : with her where she will stay foi two weeks. They (ire daughters o the Inte Mr. and Mrs. J. H Fisher. 'Mrs. JVD. Davis has gone to Port Sill, Okla., to be with he husband, Pfc. J. D Dnvis, who is stationed there In the Field Artillery Communications School. Miss Vivian and Virginia Osborn of Manila hnvo returned after i two weeks visit with their mm and uncle, Major and Mrs. Fran Mllligan of Grenada,'Miss. Mrs. Neville Blnkeinorc, Mrs. Ear Sullivan and Mrs. J. w. Mahone spent yesterday in Memphis. Earline Sullivan will return to night from.Memphis where she h been I'tsltiiii: - friends for three weeks. Miss Elizabeth Pleasant of Mln- ter City, Miss., will return to her home tomorrow alter several days visit v.'llh Miss Mary Spain Usrey and Mrs. M. O. Usrey. ' Miss Virginia Williams left today for Hla Bcna, Miss., where she will visit relative:;. Mrs. Eunice Young will leave Sunday for Newbern, Tenn., where she wll- spend her two weeks vaca- on with her mother, Mrs. Kittle incnslcr. Mis. Clara Robertson of Mem- ils Is Ihn guest of Mr. and Mrs. K. Warren «»<) Dr. mid Mrs. R. Johtifion, Mrs. RoberLson la sister of Mr. Warren and Mrs. nhnson. Airs. J. C. F.UIs arrived yesterday* -om fSllost, Miss., where she has ecu with her mother, Mrs. E. E. [edge who was seriously 111 but Improving. H. n. Joe Wallace left Tuesday or the Great I.nkrs Naval Train- US Center, Chicago, where IIP will liter Naval Aviation work. Ills wife 'ill remain here where she is liv- ig with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. E. 'Tinker, llo Is the son of Irs. J. L. Wallace of Dell. Mlra Frances Shonsc nccompnn- cd her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Shousc to SmUhvillc and Sa- cm, Ky.. today where they will isll relatives over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Harrison ,ncl sou, Toinmic, have returned roni Jonesboro where Toinmic un- Icrwcnt a tonsillectomy at SI. Jcrnarir.s Hospital. Carson Alley, who has been con- iccted with Ihe Ulytlicvllle post fflee, has been accepted for the Snvy and will leave Monday night. Miss Nancy Hughes has as her guest for the wetkcwl Miss Marj \delyn Mllam of Leland, Miss. Buy An Extra $1 In War Stamps In July! Help Finish the 1 Aircra'tt, Carrier SHANGRI-LA! 130,000,000 Americans Are Building U! I 117 Continaoas Shows Every Day Bos Of Bee Opens 1:41 Show Starts 2:09 LISTEN TO KLCN :M a.m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m Salurduy all roljed into one big • action show I At TW ROXY 8wi*ta Nlfht Erer? Nlfbt EIMI 8»tnrt»y. B«x Office Opens 6:19 Show Starts 7:M 8b»wi R»l. urf Sir \ WaS. Admitted— / Mrs. L. W. Maurer, city. Ernest Kay, m J, ekj. Dismissed— Mis Grorer Fulk, city. < Mrs. Qeorge Bablti and t*by, icily. Mrs C B Dtlworth, city • Mrs Lottln Booker «nd baby, Luxori. f Prancts Harris, Dell Bljikntt. -A4mltt«d- 4? 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That is the job they.want YOU to help them do. You don't need military experience to' make.tlie grade in the SEABEES. If you know your trade, Navy training soon adapts your civilian skill to Navy requirements. In a few short weeks you and your fellow SEABEES become n first.-class lighting unit as well ii3 a construction unit. • Ratings and P»y, Because SEABEES are special is!s, you have the opportunity to qualify for a SEABEK construction job in your own trade and for the higher rating and pay that go with it. Depending on your age and ability, you may win a rating as liigh as Chief Petty Officer. CONSTRUCTION MEN New plan of vofunfary induction opens ranks to men 18-38. Men 17 and 38-50 may join by voluntary enlistment. Men who prove ability win advanced ratings. 'Navy pay is nob high by .civilian standards. But remember, it is only part of your Navy income—because nil your living expenses arc paid. 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Remember, you are not obligated yi any way until you are cleared for voluntary induction by your;draft board. By this time you are already assured of your trade job in the SEABEES. Jf you are 17 or between 38 and 50, you can join the SEABEES by voluntary enlistment. Merely apply at any Navy Recruiting Station. Free Book Gives Full Details If you are experienced in one of the trades lisltxl nt left, decide now lo put lliat experience lo work where it will be of greatest service to your country and to yourself. Enlist your skill for victory by joining the Navy SEABEES! Call at, write or phone the nearest Navy Recruiting Station today and ask for your free copy of the new.book "Build and Fight with the SEABEES " It gives full' details about this new, history-making branch of Navy service. 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