The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on April 8, 1944 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, April 8, 1944
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[PAGE TWO KJA'TI.IBVILI.BJARK.J COURIER NKWS Dorcas das'; Entertains SATURDAY, Aj'RIL 8, IDi , ' MONDAY ? Women's' Society of Chrtstlun .Ssrvice, First Methodist Church, .•meeting al church for program '.meeting, 2:30 p.m. Mrs. E. B. Gee In ';harge of program. J Women's Society ol Christian Service. Lake Street Methodist ; Church, meeting at home of Mrs. ';W. D. Mayo, 2:30 p.m. Women's Council, First Christian • Church, meeting with Mrs. John McHaney, : 2:30 p.m. , Women's Auxiliary, first Presbyterian Church, meeting in circle groups: Circle I, Mrs. Dlxte Crawford; Circle 3, Mrs. H, H. Houchlns .for l o'clock .luncheon; Circle 4, •• Miss Louise Simon, 8 p.m. Women's Missionary Union, First Baptist Church, meeting in circle . groups: Circle 1, Mrs. E. B. Wood; son; pircle 2, Mrs. L.-S. Benlsh; Circle 3, Mrs. C. E. Wilson; Circle 4. Mrs. Ivy W. Crawford; Circle 5, Mrs. \V. J. Rodgers, 2:30 p.m. Women's Missionary Union, Calvary Baptist .Church, irieetlpg at church, 1:30 p.m. • . Mrs; Claude Stewart? entertaining Initlar Club. .•'•'•' , TUESDAY. Tuesday Bridge Club meeting with Mrs. Dixie Crawford. ' Mis$ Margaret Shaver entertaining Double G .Club. Mrs. Cecil Shane, Mrs. M, O. Usrey and Mrs. H. W. Wylie enter - tnining . Charlevoix ' C h a p t e r of of American Revolution, at Hotel Noble for', luncheon,; I o'clock, ..''•'• . : WEDNESDAY • Wednesday Contract Club meeting with Mrs. V. 'O'. Miller. , Mrs. Charles Rose entertaining Wednesday Bridge Club. : Chapter "D," P. E. O. meeting ,vlth Mrs. Ray Worthlngtoh and Mrs. Hermoii Carlton for luncheon, 1 o'clock. Mrsj James Stephenson Jr. entertaining A. D. C. Club. Town and Country Club meeting With Mrs. G. G. Caudill. Mrs: Lafayette May entertaining 400CJUO. THURSDAY Mra Charles' Langslon entertain- 1 Ing Club Eight. Mrs. J. P. Nolen entertaining G. N. B,-Chib. MM-Week Club meeting with Mrs. If. II.. Hottchins. Elliott Fletcher Chapter of United Daughters of the Confederacy ui«.iui D fur luncheon with Mrs. S P. Mdrtin, 12:3.0 p.m. Double Four Club meeting with Mrs. Ed Cook. Mrs r B Joyner entertaining Thursday Contract Club. FRIDAY Mrs. J. D. Smith entertaining C. B C.Club Members of the Dorcas Class or First Baptist Church met yesterday afternoon in the recreation )<5om of Die church for a luncheon with 18 present. Spring flowers decorated the tables, with Mrs, T. H. Haynes and Miss Cordelia Wllhlle In charge of the .decorations. Arrangements for the luncheon wore in ctinrge of Mrs, Arthur Rushing. Mrs. R. I>, flceder, class teacher, presented each member with a hand made Bible marker. Mrs. Charles Newcomb gave the devotional and also led In prayer. Miss Wllliile read a poem, "Man Without A God", followed by a prayer by Mrs. H, L. Chamber.?. The brief business session was presided over by Mrs. j. w. Dolen, class president, nnd the meeting closed with prayer by Miss Wll- hlte. A * • Birthday Party Given Mary Ann Fisher, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Homer Fisher, celebrated her seventh birthday yesterday afternoon, when her inotlnr entertained with a birthday party nt the fisher home on Lilly street, Twelve children were invited for an afternoon spent in playing games and contests: Refreshments of birthday cake and ice cream were served. » • • Bridge Club Has Party lilacs, tulips and Iris from the colorful gardeas of the hostess decorated the entertaining rooms of the Paul By rum home yesterday afternoon when Mrs. Byrnm was hostess to members of the c. B. c. Club. High score prize went to Mrs. W. S. Langdon, low to Mrs. R. A.j Copeland, and bridgo to Mrs. Len- :lcnnle Fowler. A dessert course was served. Bits of News Mostly Personal Mis.', Humphreys Is Hostess Lavender lilacs and blrte Iris were 'arranged throughout the en- teitai'nhlg rooms of the Henry Unvphreys home Thursday after- nee n when Mrs Humphreys entertained members'Of the Thurs- oay Contract club and two guests, Mrs.'.Samuel P. Morris and Mrs. Annette,Eneler, for.luncheon and and afternoon of bridge.''.'"•The same color scheme was carried out in the place cards used, with blue iris painted on a white background.. Mrs. H. H. Wylie received high score-prize in the bridge games, with -Mrs. O .W. McCutchen second. , • ' * • • Club, Giiesls Entertained The presence of several guests ^^.^-3.-,-,, addej interest to the weekly bridge [~^"i*£*t -.°T< game, of the Thursday Luncheon •' s/* "', ' Club jnembers when they were entertained -Thursday at .the home of Mrs. Ross D. Hughes, diesis present'incUirled Mrs. W. J. Wun- derllclv.Mrs.- -Baker Wilson Mrs. Jsmes«BeH,'.Mrs: ' Parnsworth E. Black and Mrs. Marvin Robinson. Lilacs and tulips were arranged on {he dining ; table where the guests gathered for luncheon. High score prize in the .bridge games was awarded to Mrs. J. A. Leech and second high to Mrs. A. G. Little. ; . • * * • Guest Present At Meeting Mr$. Harry W. Kaines entertained members of chapter "N" of the E.E.O. Sisterhood yesterday atter- noon-4 o'clock, at her home after a day spent in Red Cross work at the surgical dressing room. The brief business session was Presided -over by Mrs. Murray Smart, president. Mrs. W. D. McClurkln of Philadelphia, a former member of the organization, was a visitor at yesterday's meeting. Light refreshments were served, Why Mountain Valley Water is recommended for ARTHRITIS—KIDNEY and BLADDER conditions • This natural mineral water from ..Hot Springs, Arkansas, helps to— 1. Stimulate kidney function & Soothe bladder irritation 3. Neutralize uric-acidity 4. Discharge excessive wastes. Crosstown Whiskey Shop t03 S. Division _ BljthevUU At the Hospitals Walls Hospitals Admitted— Mrs. P. c. Davnult, steele, Mo. .Mrs. Leonard O. McMullcn, city. Dismissed— Mrs. George S. Combs, city. Mrs. Paul Chambers and baby.' city. nlyilievillc Hospital Admitted- Mrs. Ulus Orlges, Hcrmondalc, Mo. Dismissed— Mrs. A. U Edwards. Cooler, Mo. Memphis St. Joseph's Hospital Admitted- Born to Mr. and Mrs. Max Williams, Kelser, a son. Memphis Baptist Hospital Admitted— '• J. T. Turner, Wilson. Hobert Blackenship, cily. E. A. Mofitt, Luxoia. Mary Lynn Sweat. Osecoln. Pm-lcutin, Mexican volcano, Is the only volcano to be born In the last 200 years. English term for bingo games Is •hoiisey-housey." Miss Julia'Umblrd left today for Augusta, Ark., where she will spend several days as guest of Jier sister, Mrs. R. E, Gregory and family. Shu \vill be Joined there by her parents, Nfr. arid Mrs. Mark Lim- blrd of Dermott, Ark. Mrs. W. D. McClnrWn ol Philadelphia, is visiting in' liuxora as Die guest of relatives, Lieutenant McCluvktn of the Navy, Is former superintendent, of the Blythcville public schools. , Garth and I. M..castlio attended a Duroc show in Memphis today. • Earl Danlclson, student at Arkansas A. & Mr. Qolleee.'.MontlceUo, will arrive tonight IQ spend a brief vacation here • with, his parents, Mr. and Mrs, c, W. Daiilekoi), lie Is a student under the Navy V-D program, f- ' Mrs. J. P. Holland and son, Jay, arrived yesterday for an extended visit here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Field, and her sister, Mrs. Charles Perry and Mr. Perry, dipt, and Mrs, Holland and their son have been making their home in Austin, Texas, where he was stationed, prior to his recent traasfor to Alliance, Neb. Mrs. E. M. Regeuc'.d arrived home today from Dallas, Texas, where she spent 10 days n.s the guest of relatives. Pfc.'Walter Collier has arrived her*' for a visit with his lather, U. J. Collier, and other relatives, after having returned last week from service In Alaska and the Aleutians. He now is stationed at Camp Shelby, Miss. Novbcrl Blankenship, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Blaiikenslilj), underwent a minor car operation yesterday al Memphis Baptist Hospital. His parents are in Memphis with him, and they hope to be able to bring him home tomorrow. Mrs. H. I,, Chambers, who has spent the Winter months In New Orleans with her daughter, Mrs. Ellis Snipes nnd family, has returned home, and at present is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Qulncy T. Alexander. Mr. anil Mrs. G. V. Daws and family, have as their weekend guests, Mrs. Daws' mother Mrs. A. B. Witt of Halls. Torn., nnd her cousin, Mrs. Albert BaUin or Denver, colo. Mrs. Daws will accompany them to Halls tomorrow afternoon for a visit. Mrs. K. \V. Goodman and daughter, Juanita Lee, returned to theli homo in Memphis this afternoon aljtcr a brief vjsil here with Mrs Gopdman's mother, Mrs. P. D. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Con way have as their weekend guests, their nieces, Ann and Llewellyn White ol Osccola, daughters ol Mr. and Mrs Godfrey White. Holland Officer Takes Briefest Kanakas, 111, HOLLAND. Mo., April 8.—Announcement has teen made here of the marriage of Miss Maine Marie Palmer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Soter C. Palmer of Knnkakec, III., to Lieut, Melvln U Kenlcy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam C. Kcnley of Holland. The marriage v::is brilliantly solemnized Tuesday night, 8 o'clock, at the First I'resbvlciian Church In Kankakee-. ' The Rev. Cirover C. Whimscll, pastor of the church, performed (he ceremony before an altar decorated with baskets of pink and white gladioli, snapdragons and .stock. A musical program was given before Hie wedding party entered. The bride, who was given In marriage by her father, wore n wedding gown or white satin with seed pearl trim, fashioned w |Ui a full train. She wore a fingertip veil-and carried a bouquet o( swcelpeas, talisman roses and orchids. Miss Su/anne Palmer served her sister as- mnld of honor; while bridesmaids Included Miss Norma Swanson and Mrs. Thomas C. Sheldon, all of whom wore gown's of pastel colored chiffon, and carried bouquets of sweetpeas and rosebuds. Lludu Wadley was flower girl, wearing a floor length dress of pink net with a colonial bouquet of sweetpeas and roses. Haul Wesley Scott of Aroma Park served Lieutenant Kenley ; as,best man, while George Domiciles and William •Blnnkcnburg were ushers, immediately following the ceremony, 15 relatives and friends were guests nt n reception held at Hielami Country Club where a bullet supper was served. Later the. couple left for Chicago where they will spend a brief time wfore Lieutenant Kenlcy reports to his base in Mississippi. Mrs. Kenley was graduated from Kankakee High School and University of Missouri, Columbia. She is a member of Sigma Alpha Pi, l\onornry fraternity, and Is now a teacher at Lovlnglon, 111., high school, where she will return for the remainder of the school year before joining her husband. Lieutenant Kcnley was graduated from Holland High School and from University of Missouri, where lie was n member of Alpha Gamma Sigma social fraternity and'Alpha Zeta Gamma, Sigma Delta-lluf Nex, honorary fraternities. He was graduated from officers Candidate School at Port Sill, Okla., in December. Rod Conner wev;j waul CHURCH NEWS CAl.VAIt'V IIAl'TIST CIIUJICII Hev. (j, VV. Archer, pastor Sunday School, 0:45 a.m. Johnny Hocott, supt. Morning Worship, 11 run. ncv. Holt Jornlgan will deliver the Uas- ter messugc. '.•II. T. U. 0:30 p.m. Jim England, director. Evening worship, 7:30 o'clock. Rev. Jernlgan will conclude his series of revival services. Wednesday night, 7:30 o'clock, mid-week prayer service and choir rehearsal, Kdwln Danger, director. ii\iM/H:rr,ATi: CHURCH Ash and .Division Streets Itcv. J. .1. Thompson . , Itev. .1. I', McDonnell Sunday Masses 7:'JO and 10:30, Weekday Masses, 0:30 and 8 a.m. Sunday evening »t 7:30 o'clock, Tloly Hour for pence :uul men and women in service, Friday evening at 7:30, Novcna in honor of our Sorrowful Mother. FIKST CHRISTIAN CHURCH It. S. !Uhd, pastor Sunrise service at the High School Stadium. Bible School, 0:45. At the Bible School hour a special offering for missions will foe taken. Also, people who arrive in time for morning worship ul 10:50 will have an opportunity to give to this special offering. . Morning worship, 10:50. There will be special music by the -Jioir under the direction of Mrs. W. D. Cobb. Mr. Baird will preach on the subject, "The Announcement of the Resurrection." Wednesday evening at 7:45 there will be a service of prayer, which will be led by one of the elders of the, church. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH S. li. Wilford, Minister Sunrise Easter Service, 6:30 a. m. t the high school stadium. Church School, 9:45 n. in. U. S. Branson. Superintendent. Morning worship, 10:55 a. m. Special music will be "God So Loved the World" by the choir and ','The Majesty of the Divine Humi- lation" by Miss Virginia Moreland. Both selections were written by John Stalner. 'I hero will be no Evening Service. Choir Rehearsal, Wednesday, T.30 p.m. ST. STEPHEN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH Thomas IS. Sm.vlhc Jr., minister '''Sumliiy School, 10:45 a. m. -< Uloly Baptism. 11:30 a. m. • Holy Communion and Sermon, 4 p. ui:, with Lieut. Cotndr. Enoch Jones: as celebrant. HAPTIST CHAPEI, Lily Street Sunday School, 0;30 a. m, Russell )3augh, supt. B. 'I'. U. 6:30 p, m. Rev. Milton Graham, director. VARISUO MIHIIODIST CHUUCII I). G. lliiHltinm, pastor Church School. 9:55 a. m. Paul Abbott, supt. Children's Easier Program, Miss Alice Marie Ross, sponsor. Easter Worship service, 11 n. in. No night services. 1'IKST ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHUIiCII Seventh and Ash Slrcels Itcv. If. K. Simms, pastor Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Morning worship, 11 a. m. Radio broadcast. 2 p. m. C. A. Class, 6:45 p. m. Evangelistic service, a p, m. Prayer meetings every Tuesday and Friday nights. CHURCH OF THE NAZAKENE FlHit and Sycamore F. W. Nasli, pislor Sunday School, 10 a. m. ^ Morning worship, 10:45 a, m. "God's Answer to Life's Perplexity" pastor's topic. Services for young people, 7 p m. Evening service, 7:45 p. m. Rev. Holland London .district .superintendent of.'the Arkansas-district will preach. Wednesday night, 8 o'clock, prayer meeting. FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Fifth anil Main Streets Sunday School, 9:45 a.m. Preaching Service, 11 a.m Rev L. F. Kenney, D.D., Ph.D., of South.' western, Memphis, will be guest speaker. ., Youne People's Meeting,-C:30 p.m. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH' Walnut'&;• Eighth'. Rev. E. C. Brown, pastor Sunday School, 0:30 a. m. Philip J. Deer, supt. Preaching service,. 10:30 a. m. Anthem, "He Is Risen", Miss Prances Shouse, soloist. Solo, "I Know That My Redeemer Liveth", Mrs. Worth D. Holder Sermon, Rev. Edgar Williamson B.T.U., 6:45 p. m. R. L. Sherrick, director. Preaching service,' '7:45 p. m. Sermon by pastor. -Baptismal service. Quartette, "I Heard The Voice of Jesus Say", Mrs, Henry Shanon Mrs. John Wall, Pfe. James McKee Hary Carter Parr. Wednesday, there. • will be no teachers and officer.? meeting because of the Sunday School enlargement campaign. There will be an inspirational service at the regular Mid-YVeek. Prayer Service hour. USE 66ft TABLES. SAIVL NOSE MOPS LAKE STREET MKTHQDIST CHURCH Hales Sturdy, pastor Church School, 0:50 s. m. Trerson Morris, supt. . Morning worship, 10:45 ajn. "Easter Yesterday and Today," pastor's subject. Junior, Intermediate and Senior Youth Fellowships, 6:45 p.m. livening service, 745 p.m. "Where Lend the Paths," pastor's subject. •. Board of .Christian Education, Monday night, 7:45 o'clock, at Iverson Morris home. Service at Air Base Tuesday night, 1:30 p. in. Prayer meeting, Wednesday night, 1:45 o'clock. Pot Hick supper and men's meeting Thursday night, 1:30 o'clock. CliltlSTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES Woman's Clubhouse, 1416 W. Main Are Sin. Disease, and Death Real? is the subject of the Lesson-Sermon which' will be read In all Churches nnd . Societies of the Church'of Christ, Scientist, cnSun- day. ' The Golden "Bless the Lord, O my soul, and forget not all his benefits: who forglveth all thine iniquities; who healeth all thy diseases; who redeemeth thy life from destruction." Psalms 103:2-4. Among tile citations which comprise the Lesson-Sermon Is the following from the Bible: "Touching the Almighty, we cannot nnd hini out: he is excellent in power, and In judgment, and in plenty of justice: he will not afflict." Job 31:23. WWW GUM You'll lie stunned and overcome! 110TCHU—What a chewing GIFTS AND CARDS FOR EASTER Choose From Our Newly Arrived Selection nble For Every Member of the Family. . Something Suit- The Gift Shop .1 E TVfatn HTV.r-« t>m,-... «%i_-.^^- « 103 E. Main — oss Bryan Phone 2254 Highest rate of tooth decay Is suffered by tall, thin boys and girls between the ages of 12 and 18. according to a study. Nuvy's Ocean-Going 'Dock' S. Navy photo from NEA) _, . . t". u, .iwLfl/ J/l[utU JfVIH IHCtfl) ! J bis is one of the first photos showing Ihe new LSD (Landing Ship, ' Dock) one of he largest of the Navy's fast-growing pmphibious fleet : -__ ' hi>t w» P'ay a stellar role in the invasion, ot Europe i MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP 1M 8, Flrrt . 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