The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 1, 1944 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, April 1, 1944
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with a corsage of yellow Jonquils. •LTTHHVILLl (A1X.J) POUBEB* KBWB SATURDAY, APRIL 1, 1944 I Coming Evc&U Women's won by Miss Martha Of Lifll ' . P. m . board meeting &t 1:45 p. m. * Women's MUtto^ary Society, C«l- var)* Baptist Church, inMtLng at church, 7'30 p m. Missionary' Study group of JrVo- men> Coun?H of Piret Christian Church, me«Un$ trith Mrs, Russell Earham, 2.?C p m. Women'* 8oeJrty ot Service, First .Mfthodiit meeting at chi^h;. 2;JO p. m. < •-*••• - ChrisUMi 64<AkT' Ot Service, l*ko •- Street Church, mettlnl; »t church, 2,30 P m. Wom|n'» bylerlar\ 9 meeting at c iliary ^Oftlc muinunj,' iiji^oew ,nv live bow, 2t3?,p, ty. iuftsh,^0 , ^tfilr^ing ' School i Iji Ct'^Rt noon, ex«9W- 'AY Double Q Cltt> mjejtng with J. PVivrJs Mccijia'. ", ' . of honor with a gift. A dessert course wnj served. Double Four Club Meets Mrs. Roy Rea was hostess to members ot the 'Double Pour Club and ono guest, Mrs. O. D. Hammock, when she entertained Thursday af- tenjooh at her homo. Spring flowers , wer« arranged throughout thc entertaining rooms. Bridge was played, during tlie ftf- tfrnc^on, wltli Mrs. iiea Imving higli spore nncl Ed Cook Ark., April 1. — Miss Edna Lee. daughter oi Mr. and Mrs. Preslon L. l,ec became the bride of Lieut. Everett V. Kennett, Sunday afternoon at 6 o'clock. Tlie Rev. 13. H. Hull read the rites at thc home of Ihe bride's parents. Tho brldnl couple slood before nu Improvised nllav of banked ferns and tall baskets of I'Icardy gladioli, backed with n large mirror in which was reflected the g!6w of myriad Mil to tapers burning , In floor candelabra. Vases of sweet* peas, snapdragon? and whj(i tulips completed thc seltlnK. PrccedlhrT Die ceremony Mrs. 1 Bits of News Mostly Personal j J was scrvedi Club, Guest Entertained Mrsi : Marvin ,• Robinson - was n guest ot'Mrs E B Oee wlien slje --!•„ ,— T ^rr- - entertained members of the Thurs- Weslejan BerVJce- QuUd, First day Luncheon Club at her' home Methodfct Church, we<ptln«'' ftt on Hlghyiay 51 North Thursday'ftf- ehurch, ,1:80 p, jn ; ip nnd Mrs , s. Algle pish- Uhlp,' ho6t«s«e6. ' Evcr Told" and "The World Is Waiting For Tlie Sunrlso", .as MksHu(h Kennett and Miss Mnry Keime.H, : sl4tcrs of the bridegroom, lighted '.the. candles. miring -the ceremony, Mrs. Hancock ' played very; softly. • ihe bride, Riven in marriage by her father, wore a street lengjh dreps of wh|tc crepe. Her only, ornament was n gol(l bracelet, a fain- lly holrldom. She carried mi orchid Mr.s. Jane W. Wheeler and eon, Richard Wheeler, left Ihls morning (or Indlanola, Miss., where they will spend a week jiu guests ot Mrs Wheeler's sister, Mrs. Clara Murphy. Jesse' Taylor Jr., Is rccuperallns; at his home on \Vest Ash, following an iUriess of dlphlheria. He wns removed to his home yeslerdaj after having been a patient at Walls Hospital for several days. Mrs. S, W. Haaga of darted! Miss., 'arrived yesterday for a vlst' with her .5011, Jaiucs A. Oalehs and family, . \ Mr. and Mrs, V. E. Hood o Eiipora, M)SS., and : Mr. and Mrs Ls'sto'r Bowcn of JvJoblle, Ala., are the wcfkend 1 ! of Mr. anil Mrs. I Bert IJirnb anil family. Mr. and Mrs. Hooj are Mrs. Lamb's parent, and Mrs. Bowen Is her sister. Wednesday^ ConUwl Club ing with Mrs. At o: tWJ. Mrs Torn>M4bry' ent*rUln!ng «p Club v -,-,•/ Wcdnefdny-Bridg* Club. To?*!! and Couptryj BiW|« 0)ub meeting with Mis Fred Rutherford Initial Club mettlrtu r *ith MT» Ebb Re.ynp\ds, < >' i ' Mrs i J. Farrls MeWlft enltr- tainlng A,D,C. Club was a u tabla and wh^ra ' "Sfaved durtn. i lh« If! plRye<1 " UrUlg lho *' Mrs " Sam Burps Club Eight. * , Mid • Week Club meeting with \frs Harry T^f/Hslnefe. Mrs "Henry Humphreys enterlam- ing Thursday, ConLric}, club >' ONE cldb me«tlng; with Mrs, Bvron Nail. Double Four Club meeting with, Mrs Victor BtlimeJJ,' - > Mrs.v Rosg ' H;vgqes entejfjjlnjng Thursday Luncheon. Club'. Recent Bride'Honored At Evening Bridge Party,. Mrs! Worth D^Holder, the fpr- mer Miss Wynette Shepherd, who has been honored with a series of party \ following her recent marriage, again was complimented Thursday night*nhen Mrs .John R McDonald entertained wltlx ttto tables l ol'bridge at her home on Delmar Avenue Spring flowers were .used throughout the apartment, while Mrs 'Holders plage was marked High' scojo prize for the afternoon went to Mrs O W. Affllck, while Mrs Russell Phillips received second'high, Mrs. Long Is Hostess When Mrs Toby Long entertained members of the A D. C. plub Wednesday afternoon at her home, she,also ificUuled Mrs. Dixie-.Crawford and : Mrs. Vernbn Thom'nsson In. her'guest list. High $core prl7<- for th,e afternoon 'Rent to Mr^ J F&.rrLvMc- OaUa, with second high to Mrs, tjbert Huffman. Adessert course, was served. • ' * . • Announce Birth of Son Mr- and, -Mrs. sanforcl the parents of n son born yes- Miss Ruth Leo, sister of tho bride, served as her only attendant. She wore a suit of-pnatel blue with nn orchid corsage, Staff Scrgt. Bryan' of the-iyiarlne Corps was his brother's best rnan;. , •Immediately following the ceremony, lh.o couple left for o^brlef wedding tr]p. . .Mrs. Kennett was graduated, from LtH.clivljle High School and for llje past, two years has been employed at the Merchants mul Planters Ex- chajige at Manila. Lieutenant Kennelt, Ihe son of Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Kennett, also was School, and was commissioned as 'a lieutenant In the Army in 1940. For Ihe past IB.mpiith. 1 ; he tins been stationed in Greenland. The 9he|tons have nnolher.son, y, who Is four Veclographs, aerial photOgraph« which become three-dimensional when viewed through special polarized spectacles, anj which, can bo 'shot" by aerial cw«frs in plancs.iflylmj 350 miles per hour, have been used in tho war against thi! Japs for over a year, it is revealed PLEASE W7URN EMPTY BEVERAGE BQTTLES TO YOUR DEALER To be able to-nerve you better, your dealer needs empty,beverage battles. There are plenty of botllea IF they are kept moving. Won't you please return empty bottles to ypur Dealer at once for your deposit or, better stilL /or credit on full bottles of your favorite beverage, Rpyal Crywn B4ttUn< Co. Dr. Pepper BotUln* Cg. Pepsi-Coh IWUtat C*. Dairy Products Co. Coca-Cola BflltUnit Co. RITZ & ROXY THEATRES ; ' ' BLYTHBV1LLE, ARK. l>uc (o the tfew 20% Federal Admission Tax Our Prjces.WiU Be Slightly Increased as FoUows: 2 Effective April 1 I RITZ THEATRE "; Children Monday Matinee 12c . Matinee 12c Thurs. Matinee 12c Friday Matinee 12r, Monday Might l$c Tuesday Night 14c \Ycd. Night 14c Thurs, Night 14c Ffiday Night 14c Saturday ail day 14c Sunday ail day ]4c AiolU 30c 30c 30e 30c 30c 43c 43c 43c 43c 43e 35c 45c SoMltrs 25c 25e 25c 25c 25c 25c 25c 25c 25c 25c 25c 25c ROXY THEATRE Monday Night 12c Tuesday Night . 12e Wedn, Night 12c ,Thun. Night 12c Friday Night 12c Saturday all day 14e Sanday all day 12c 30c 3Qc 30c 30c 30c 35c 3?e 25c 25c 25c 25c 25c 25c 25e Colored 30c 30c 30c 30c 30c 30c 30c 30c 30c 3Qc 35c 30c 30c 30c 30c 30c 30e 35c 30c New Liberty News Mr. nri(l Mrs. Cecil Johnson and on, and i Mrs. Storey and duugh- Trail. Serct. Elinor B. Holme.5, Corp. Samuel S. Holmes of Camp White, Oro., Pvt. Inez Holmes of rv>rt Adnms. R. T.. nnd Pfc. Georgia Holmes, wife of sergeant Holincs, of Roswell, N. M., left Wcclnesdny 'after sjiEjiuUny' their furloughs' here with Uiclr pnrcnls, Mr. and Mrs. I). L. Holmes nnd other relatives. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jack Love anil fiimiiy of Hollnnd, Mo,, Mr. and Mi's.rOrvill Qahett. and family of Blythevlllc, were the guests Sun- •jayiof. Mr. mid Mrs. D. Garrett. Orvlll, GaiTCtt left Sunday for Tamp Robinson, Ulllc Rock, for 'lulnctlon into -the Army.' ' Mel and,Mrs. J. C. Williams and •on,'Billy,'spent Simrtay as gMM\s >f Mr| and Mrs| Elmer- Williams t Manila, Ark. , Mrs', Pearl Hill of Tomato wns he \ycekend gviest of Mr. and trs, illllou stephenspn. Mrs. Charles Hicks and daugh- •!r, Norma,'Of Detroit, are visiting Irs. Hicks' parents, Mr. and Mrs, Hid' Long. ' Thursday from. Camp Shelby. Miss., lq fiiMnd ft 20-day furlough here With Ills brother, J. M. Taylor and fumlly. Private Taylor has recently returned from more than two years, service In Alaska and the Aleutians. Mrs. Byron • Morse Is spending the weekend in Little Rock as the guest of her davightcr-ln-law, Mrs. Byron Rhodes Morse. M,rs. John T. Long and son, Johnny, of Memphis, arrived today to R|>cnil (ho weekend with Mrs. John Long RtjcJ family. Mrs. E, U Jones, Mrs. I/. M. Oooiier, Mrs. J. M. rJonjr nnd Mrs. Toby Long and young (laughter, 1'ob.y Anne, spent yesterday In Memphis, whore Mrs. Cooper consulted n specialist. Mr, and Mrs. S. H. Vail arrived yesterday from Clinton, .Ma, where they have been living for the past several ycnrs. They have returned to Blylhevllle to make their home, where Mr. Vail will be connected with thc Courier Wows. They will live In the fornicr J. Nick Thomas home at 51B West Main, which they have rented ffoin its new owners, Drs. Carl nnd Edna Nies. Pvt. Charles Smith, who Is stationed at Camjl Crowdcr, Mo., arrived this morning to spend ft brief furlough here with his mother, Mrs. G. W. Smith and family. Mrs. Edwin Jones and son, Charles Edwin, und Mrs. Tommy Hawkins, all (if Memphis, nre the guests of their parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. O. N. Hawkins. Mr. an:! Mrs. Benjamin 'iliarpe of Joncsboro, will arrive tomorrow -for a visit with Mrs, Q. W. Smith and family. Christian Church Plans Program For Holy Week In observance of Holy Week, thc Firsl Christian Church will conduct special worship services" cadi night during Hie v,'cek, the Rev. R, S. Dalrd .piislor of the church, announced today. First in thc scries of special services will bo a play, "A Festival of Palm Sunday" to be presented tomorrow night at the church by the people, under the direction of Miss Margaret Shaver, who will bo assisted by Mrs. W. D. Cobb, In charge of the music. Monday night, tho Rev. Mr. Baled will continue his series of sermons which he will begin Sunday morning on "Persormlltlcs of the Passion." Each night at 1:45 o'clock, he will preach on Hie relationship of various Biblical diameters to Jesus Clirlst. while Thursday night there will'bo an observance ol the Lord's Supper In candle light. Home Demonstration Notes The Ujne Oak Home Dcmonstra lion Club met Monday afternoon at tlie club kitchen with Mrs. Georgia Hodge of Half Moon as a visitor. ; The meeting opened with group singing, ami this roll call was answered by each member telling of some project they had carried out this Spring. Blocks have been completed for ihe service quilt, oml club members voted to make a quilt of their own. Each member wni; urged to •Ulcnd tho next meeting on April 10, ami to bring a small gift for the grab box, with filled thus raised to go to buy material for the qulH. The meeting closed with a repetition of the creed. .Mrs. J. W. Field and Mrs. J. R, Colemni). hostesses for the afternoon, served n sandwich and dessert plate, carrying out thc color scheme of orange and green. ioly Ceremony Plan TJic blnsslng, Of the palms 'ccerle'the regular celebration of ruiss tomorrow momlnff, 10:30 .lock, at the Ohurch of the Im- aculatc Conception, It was an- 'Uncc'd today by the Rev. J. J. honiJBon. Mass '.will also be said nt 7:30 ^loc'k 'tomorrow mprhing , (it • thp hurch. RensJ Conner News Want Ads AT FIRST 5KW9FA USE 666 TABLES. SALVL HOSE MOW » CHURCH NEWS VARHRO-PROMISED LAND :• METHODIST CHUitCiiKS It, (}. Hinilman, pastor ' YARIiKO Chureii School, 9:55 n. m. Paul Abbott. :;upt. EvaiiBcllstlo Service, Rev. Vowell, 8 p. in, . Monday night nnd each night through Friday, evangelistic service, B p. m. Rev. Lindley Vowell, evangelist. .C)mrch Board of Education meets Tuesday night after services. 'W.S.C.S. Thursday nftornonn at church. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES Woman's Clubhouse H16 W. Main "Unreality" is (he subject of the Lesson-sermon which will be read n all hurdle* nnd Societies o[ the Church of Christ, Scientist, on Sunday. / The Golden Text is: "Truly in vain Is salvation hoped for from! the hills, and from thc multitude' of mountains: duly In the Lord our Qod Is the salvation of Israel," Jeremiah 3:23. Among the citations which comprise the Lesson-Sermon u the following from Ihe Bible: "My people have committed two evils; they hav6 forsaken me the fountain of living waters, and hewed them out cisterns, broken cisterns, that can hold no water." Jermiuh 3; 13. FIRST CHRISTIAN CHURCH R. Kcott mini, Minister Main Strtel .U Sixth Dible School, 9:45 a. in. Moornlng worship, 10:60. The ser- rnon will be the first of a series ,to be preached this week on "Personalities) of luc Paislon". it I* entitled, "King Herod anj King Jesus". Special service. 1 ! In observance of Piission Week win begin Sunday night at 7:45. At that lime the young people of the church, under the direction, of Miss Margaret Shaver, will present a play entitled, "A Festival of Palm Sunday". Everyone is cordially Invited to this service. Evening services at 7:45 o'clock will continue through Fvldny evening. On Thursday evening there will be a commemoration of The Lord's Supper in candle light. Wo Invite all service men to this church and welcome nil strangers and visitors. FIRST MT.THpDIST CHURCH Main ;md Seventh Slreels S. B, Wilford, Minister Church School, 9:45 a. in, U. S. Branson, Superintendent. Morning Worship, 10:55 a. m. Lt. and Mrs. Blaker will sing "Thc Lord Is My Light," by Dudley Buck, .Evening Service, 7:30 p. m. Members of the Intermediate Department will make up the choir. Choir Rehearsal, Monday and Wednesday, 1:30 p. in. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Mi\in * Fiflli Streetn Sunday School, 9:45 n. in. Preaching Service, 11 a. m.. Guest speaker will be Spratton Daniels of Southwestern, Memphis. Young Peoples Service, 0:30 p. m. BAPTIST C1IAPKL Lily Street Sunday School, 0:30 a.m., Russell Bnugli, supt. B. T. U., 6:45 p.m., Milton Graham, director. LAKE STRKET METHODIST CIIUKCU Bales Sturdy, pas lor Church School, 9:50 a. m. Ivcrson Morris, supt, 'I Morning Worship, 10:45 a. m. "A Place In the Homo for God", Rev. | O. M. Campbell's subpecl. Plan to receive class into the church at morning worship. /• " Junior, Intermediate and Senior. Youth Fellowship, 0:45 p. m. Evening worship, 7:45 j>. m, "Influence", Rev. O. M. Campbell's subject. Thc series of services continues through the week, The public Is invited to attend. FIRST ASSF.MIII.Y OF COD CHURCH Seventh and Ash Slreels Rev. H. K. Hlmms, pastor Sunday School, 9:45 n. in. Morning worship. 11 a. m. Radio program, 2 p. m. C. A. Class, 0:45 p. m. Evangelistic service, 8 p. m. Special songs and music. Revival in progress. ST. STEPHEN'S" EPISCOPAL CHURCH Sixth and Walnut Thomas li, Smytht, Jr., Palm Sunday—9:30 A. M. Church School. 11:00 A. M. Morning'Pray- er nnd Sermon. Tuesday—4:30 P.M. Litany, and Address, 7:30 P. M. Evening'Pray- er and Address. Thursday—7:30 P. M. Anle-Pom. munion Service and Address./ Friday—12 to 3:00 P. M...Three Hour Meditation on the Crucified Christ. Easier — 10:45 A'. M. • Church School. 11:30 A. M. Holy/Baptism. 4:00 P. M. Holy Communion and Sermon. Lt. Commander, Enoch Jones, chaplain at Mllllnglon will be Ihe'cclebrant and preacher. , . , DELL BAPTIST C. U. Magee, paslor Sunday School, io a, m. Allen Hardlh, supl. Worship Service, ,11 a. m. "Fulfilling thc Law", pastor's subject. .B.T.U,, 7 p. m. Mrs, Uerlhti GUI. director. Worship Service, 8 p. m. "God's Call", pastor's subject. Prayer meeting, 7:30 o'clock. edncsday night. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Walnut & i:i-)illi K. C. Drown, jiastot Sunday School. 910 a.m. Philip j. ecr, supt. Preaching ' service, 10:30 a in dcast over KLCN. Observe the ord's Supper. Anthem, "Open the Gates of ihe cinplc," Knapp. Solo, "The Palms." Faura, Mrs arriicr England. Sermon by pastor' B. T. U., 0:45 p.m. U. L. Shmick rector. Evening worship service. IV, p m -•rnion by pastor. Baptismal ser- WWW BUM The life guiinl ilovc, he swum und swum, After a. slick of HOTCHU sum. CALVARV EPISCOPAL CHURCH' Osceol* Thomas !!. Smytlie, Jr., Minister Palm Sunday—7:30 P. M..Evening Prayer and Sermon. Monday — 1:30 P. M. Evening Prayer nnd Address. Wednesday—7:30 P. M. Evening Prayer and Address. Frichy 12 o'clock. Three Hour Service at St. Stephen's. Easter 7:30 P. M. Holy Communion and Sermon. Lt. Comiriander Enoch Jones, chaplain at Milling- toil will be the celebrant and preacher. PROMISED IANI) Church School, 9:55 n. in. Worship service, 11 a. m. Youth Fellowship. 7 p. m.. No preaching service at night. W.S.C.S. Friday afternoon at church. Meat Cured-Any Day in the Year in our MODERN CURING ROOM Frozen Food Lockers For Rent Don't let your meats and vegetables spoil— Use our quick freeze and curing method— Save everything and don't worry about ration points, Main at 21st Streets (full line Birds Eye Frosted Foods) \qngelist At Yarbroi The Rev. Llndley Vow§ll ; 'Hducl a series of eetlngs at Yarbro hurch beginning tornorrpijf' r ;i t id continuing through Eastcr,--'it 1 xs announced today by the WV'. a. Hlndman, pastor of the 'lurch. The entire community is invited i attend these services, the mln- iter said. Hit Hospital \dmltted- Mrs. Ed lawltr, 8tccle, Mo, Mrs. Glover Hatchell, city, Fletcher EHllj, city. Mrs. R, E. L. Smith, Steele, Mo. Dismissed — Mrs. Seth Cox, city. MemptiLs Baptist Hospital Admitted— , Mrs. R. W. Hlnics, Osccoln. Earl Wllkins, city. Bom to Lieut, and Mrs. W. B Edrlngton, Oscoola, a eon. Keeping Up With The Men In Service DOUBLE BRIDGES, April i. — John Henry Mann, seaman 2-c, who Is stationed at Farragut, Idaho, has spent the past 10 days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mann. Howard E. Bowcn, motor machinist's mate 3-c, spent Monday \rltl his parents before leaving for Farragut, Idaho, where he will be stationed i'or basic training. Cimrlca "Mutt" Rodgers, son of Mr and Mrs. M. H. Rodgers, vras un able to report at Little Rock for in duclion on March 23 because Of 111 nea. His condition now Is rnuch improved and he 0,-pecte to report wllhln two weefcs. I'M SAVING WASTE PAPER! All over the country wives and sweethearts are collecting waste paper. They understand that out fighting men desperately need this critical war material. They are making « weekly habit of saving f old newspapers, boxes, wrapping). They are not burning or destroying waste paper — they ^ure sending it to make or wrap more than 700,000 different war articles used by out armies. Do your part along with these patriotic women. Get your clubs, civic and church groups behind this movement. Collect waste, paper-bundle it-and turn it in ... and help shorten the war! Continuous Showi Every Day Box Office Orcna 1:45 Show Starts 2:OC LISTEN TO KLON » ».m. 12:45 p.m. 4:30 p.m. - Saturday erlal: "Flying Cartels" N'o. I and Short Conflnnoils showing I;00 io 11:30 Sunday & Monday Lester Allen • Alan Dineharl- Lloyd Bridges £iMl Screen flay by Filzray Davis, Gtorje S. nge ind Fred Schiller • Cratsd b tlEGOIT JllOif Paramount News and Shorts Continaouj Showing Son. 1:15 to II Matinees Sat. & Sun. Only Opens wh nlglit 6:30; Starts 6:41 Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. and Son. uraln Night Every Night Except Saturday. No pu*e* honored on Snnd»y at the Rosy. Saturday * COLUMBIA PICTURE =^3^= »r* DUB TAYLOR • ALMA CARROLI ..< BOB WILLS ms TEXAS PLAYBOYS Story unit Sa«e<i Piny by r.«d Mrlon DiiflcKd by VmiUM BFRKE Serial: "Secret Service in Africa" No. S Continnona Shotting Sat. 1 to 11:34 Sunday and Monday u. s, v i< TO R Y WA S IE PA P E R CAMPAIGN Fox News and Selected Short C9D«i)»ocs Showing Sun. 1:15 JpH

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