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PAGE TWO' BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.)' COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, APRIL 22, 1844 ' \Y / Guests Are Entertained Al Frida^Luncheon Club Mrs.T\Vallie'r Baker &nd Mrs. Walter Cates were guests of Mis. O, P. Tucker yesterday afternoon when slie entertained members ot the Friday Luticheon Club at her home. <. A two course luncheon v, as served at .the dining table which was centered with an arraYigcnfeni of tulips and narcissi. Vases of Iris, iuhps and narcissi were used lo decorate the living room where bridge was played during the afternoon. ' High score prize was won by Mrs. W. M'/'MckeMle and.second nigh by Mrs Gates. . • • C.B.C. Club Members Meet All "members of the C.B.O. Club were present yesterday afternoon when Mrs. 6. 0. Elklns entertained the group at her home for an afternoon of bridge. Mixed Spiliij flowers decorated the entertaining ; rooms -of the house. High score piize was awarded Mis C. J. Little, second high lo Mis J. D. Smith, tad bridge prize WHS won by Mrs. Lendennle Fowler. A dessert course was served. * * * P.E.O. Sisteihood Meets Colorful garden flowers decorated -the living room of the Dixie Crawford home 'yesterday afternoon when Mrs. Crawford entertained members of Chapter "N" of .P.E.O: Sisterhood. This 'group which meels In Hie Iste afternoon following work in the bandage, room, 1)eld a short business session with the president, •Mrs.. Murray Smart presiding. At ilie conclusion of Die Hfler- iioon';the hostess serve.d light refreshments. • « • Business Women To Meet Members of the Business ami Professional Women's Club will niccl Monday nlglit, 8 o'clock, at Hotel Noble 1 , Miss lone Qeorge, newly electee ; president; of Hie organization, toclaj announced plans for a ineinborshii campaign, with each member at tending : Monday night's meeting nsked to bring a prospective mom bei <xs her guest Cupid Mixes Mails—So They'll Wed ; At the Hospitals Walts Hospllal Admitted— Rachel Lou Ross, - stoelc, Mo. Kerineth Byars, Rt. 2, city, L C Payne, Rt. 2 city , Belly Gail Coats, Rt 1, city i Donna Lou Magee. Dexter, Mo, Dkmissed- Mrs R A Pnssold and baby, clt: Mrs. Hurschcl Ballard, city. MIS..E L langley Rt 2, city 'JHUthevllle JlospUal; . ~ Dismissed— " Mrs," Hubert' .Thornton" Reeve Mo • Mrs. : John ,.Gariti,,and baby, ell Memphis" Methodist Hospital Admitted- Mi's Jennie B Scbcmlieig, Cn- TUthGrsvlllc, Mo. Memphis Bapllst Hospital Admitted— iouls Applebamn. city. > _„, t i;V'.'---Y Twelve ycnrs tiga, In Ipswich, England, Margaret Smith, (hen 13, picked Hie name of Joseph 15, Ulwood of New Albany, 1ml., from a magazine list of Americans roqnesling persons in foreign coiinlries to correspond witli (hem. From then on, the couple wrole to each oilier on various topics, eventually getting to discuss matrimony. Miss Smith wrote lo her sister, "1 think I'll marry this Yank mul raise a dozen children." But Cupid.mixed the mails ami the Idler went lo Klwood. "Ills proposal followed shortly afterward," sho says. The happy couple is pictured above, shortly after Miss Smllh's arrival in New Albniiy, where they 'announced thai they'll soon , bn wetl.- -,: . .. . . Bits of News" ' Mostly; Personal Sergt. Harry White returned la- lay to Ills station In Washington, }. C,, filter K|)tmt1i!i|; his furlough icre with his bride, tlie former Miss toitnn Jane Webster. Lieut. (j.g.) James Terry arrived n Memphis yesterday from. Ifcw York b v pltiiie, where Airs. Terry nml tlipir children. Mike and June, net him. Lieutenant nml Mrs. Ter•y and tlie children will leave Monlay for New York to make 'tlioir tome wlille lie Is stationed there with the Navy. Mrs. Chester Cnldwdl spc-iil yesterday in Memphis' where she consulted her specialist. Pvt.'Joe D, Iglehqart, left,'Wednesday for Port Bliss, Texas, after spending'tin eight day furlough with his parents, -Mr. nntl Mrs. W Iglchearl ol Dell .and his', sister :rs, Den Durloniof Biythoville, He adet Wallers who hus been sta- oncd al lowo Olty, Jown, Is on a IS-tlay leave before beginning his lirlmnry. training. He and Miss May liavc spent .'Ibis week In Jnck.son. Mo., ns : the guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Welters. Mr. and.,Mrs. 'H. C. Blankcnshlp and son Norbtrl. Miss Minnie Foster, Mrs. .Mm Tyrone nnd Miss Christine! Seymour, spent today In Memphis where they consulted a specialist for. Norbcrt ami where they plan to attend tlie presentation of the Water Tollies tonight at the Auditorium. Mrs. Jim Coe left yesterday, for Rogers.'Ark.. ..where she will spend a. week with her parents. fifrs. Cleo Pope is ill at her home, flt 314' Douiran Avenue. if Mr. and Airs. J. Nick Thomas and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert. Sapiu nnd son, NIckey, have arrived to spend the weekend with Mr. nnd Mrs. Hubert Potter, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas recently moved to Hopkinsvillc, Coming Evrnti MONDAY Women's Goclc-tv of Christian Ser•Ice-, First Methodist Church, ineel- ng at church to finish Die sludy course under the direction of Mrs. E. Baker, 2:30 p.m. Women's Society of Christian Service, Lake Street Methodist Church, meeting at church, 2:30 p.rn, Women's Missionary Union, First Baptist Church, having circle mcetngs: Circle 1, Mrs. Murray Smart; Jiiclc 2, Mrs. J. P. Friend; Circle 3, Mrs. Theodore Logan', Circle 4, Mrs. . A. Copetand; Circle 5, Mrs, W. J. llodgers. Women's'Missionary Society, Cal- iiry Baptist Church, meeting at church, 7:30 p.m. Women's Auxiliary, St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, meeting with Mrs. R, L. Stockelt, 2:30 p.m. Initial Club meeting with Mrs. Fred Boyctte. TUESDAY Mrs. Doyle Henderson enlcitalii- Ing Tuesday Bridge Club. Double G Club meeting with Mr.?, Albert K. Taylor. i La Netive Club meeting with Mrs. Wllllinn Q. Boyd. Mrs. J, C. Swlfrgcrt entertaining G N. B. Club. WEDNESDAY Town and Country Club meeting with Mrs. C. C. Langston. Mrs. Baker Wilson entertaining Wednesday Bridge Club. Wednesday Contract Club meet- Ing with Mrs. Paul Pryor. Mrs. William Young entertaining A. D. C. dull. Mrs. Tim Estcs entertaining 400 Club, ' Chapter "D", P. E. O., meeting for Red Cross sewing with Mrs. Marlon Williams, 1306 West Main, 9:30 a.m, THURSDAY : Mrs. Cecil Shane entertaining .fid-Week Club, Double Four Club-meeting with Mrs. W. B. Garrott. Club Eight meeting with Mrs I. O. Paiilow. Mrs. J. A. Leech entertaining Vhnr.sday Luncheon Club, Thursday Contract, Cjnb meeting .Itli Mrs. O. W. McCiilchen. Mrs. C. J. Little entertaining G. Sudbury School PTA Is Awarded Superior'Rating Sudbury Parent . Teacher Association received a superior rating at the stale Parent Teacher con- vntlon held Wednesday nnd Thursday In Uttlc Rock, while the Arm-' ore! organization received a standard ratins. 'flic Sudbury school organization received both a gold and a' blue certificate for magazine subscriii- lloiis, with the gold certificate won for having 15 [ier cent of the association membership as subscribers to. the national Parent Teacher magazine, and the blue certificate representing 100 per cent suhscrlu- tlo'n to the magazine by organlza- llon officers. They also received a certificate for successful completion of the summer roundup for prc-schoo! children, the Oak Leaf certificate for having carried out the study course prescribed by Hie national association, and were awarded special recommendation for having had 18 members complete (lie correspondence course recommended by the stale Parent Teacher Association. This, represented the second lurgest number of participating members In any of the state roups. "flic local group will receive a 'Iclory certificate later in rccogno- tlon of the hot lunch project now icing carried out at the school. Mis. Je.«e M. White was n dele- gale from Sudbury school, Mrs. Cody Eaton represented Lange school, and Mrs. Doris Dcveraux was a representative of the Arm- orcl association. Mrs. William A. Hastings of Mndlson, Wis., national Parent Teacher Association president, was present at the mecctlng, at which in. Ky., where Mr. Mrs. Sapin Methodists To Hear Visiting Ministers In the nb^fnce of the pastor, Die Hev. S. B Wiltord, \\ho is conducting a' revival meeting In BrinMey, Slrst •Methbtlist Church will have iisitirig ministers at both the morning: and night services tomorrow, • , TOid morning service will be conducted by the Rev. R. E. L. Beard- eix retired, of Leachville, former pastor of the local church and veteran j of nearly halt a centviry of iniuUtry in the. state cf Arkansas. Chaplain George Marrs of Bly- thevilie Arniy Air Weld \\111 be in charge o[ the night service. Camp Cnlliin. Calif. : I .Mrs. Wallace Igleheart ot Dell spent* yesterday :iil Memphis where she~ consullcd her specialist. Condition.' ot Louis npplctoum, and their son, ol SI. Louis, hnve been vlsiiing them, Mrs. ; Alice Womack, Mrs., R. C. Allen and son, R. C.'Jr., Mrs. C. W Gtirrigaii and dnughler, Gify, spent ; w lie re IJicy pi all* > Water Follies kit tlie Auililoriimi tonight. Mrs. E. B. Gee, Mrs. W. H. Millyard, Mrs Charles Rose and Mrs W. J. Wiindcrllch spent yesterday who underwent an 'operalloii at]" 1 Tlnlonvlllc, Tcnn. Mcmiihis Bapllst Hospital yeslcr- • Mrs - J0 , i111 °; ™ rtl Memphis Bapllst Hospllnl yeslcr-i •' vlrs - •"',"" u i "nrtlcy .and son day, was Improved today. | Earl Hartley, of New Orleans, are Mrs. R. L'. Dnnister silent yoster the guests of her cousin, Mrs. J day In Osceola where she* was the guest ol her-sister, Mrs. Fred Smith and family. : • Mrs. John Candlll and daughter, Lucy, returned Thursday from several weeks visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. 1!. Rivers in Elgin. Texas. MM. Ray Worthington, Mrs. Hormon C.irlton and Mrs. Chris Tompkins, spent today in Memphis. Mrs. S. P. Craftou lelt today for New Orleans where she will spend a month with her daughter, Mrs. R. G. Edwards nnd Mr. Edwards, Miss LtiPctrn May, student technician at Memphis Methodist Hospital, and A-C Joe Hincs Wolters o[ the Navy, will arrive tomorrow tor a weeks visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. l.nFayctte May t Mell Brooks Jr., and family. FIRST .BAWIST CHURCH W«iriut & Eljhih ~" ' Rev.'E.-'O;' Brewti, Sunday School, 9:30 a,,m, ; P Deer, superintendent. ' Preaching Service, 10:45 a. Anthem "When Jesus Whispers Peace", Ullenas. Solo. Lieut. Worth D. Holder, Sermon by pastor! B.T.U. 0:45 p. BJ. R. L. Sherrlck director. " ' Eveiilng Worship. V;30 p. m. Solo, Miss Betsy Buchanan. Sermon by paslcr. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES Woman's Clubhouse, 1416 W. Main "Probation ' After Death" Is the subject of the Lesson-Sermon which will be read In all Churches and Societies of the Church of Christ, Scientist, on Sunday. The Golden Text L?: "Tlie lost enemy that shall be destroyed Is death." I Corinthians 16:20. Among the citations which comprise the Lesson-Sermon Is the following from the Bible: "Jesus of Nazareth, a man approved of God among you by miracles and dors and signs ... ye have takin and by wicked hands have crucljlod and slain: This Jesus hath God raised up." Acts 2:22, 23, 32. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Rev. S. B. Wilfotd, pastor Church School 9:45 a. in. U. S. Branson, supt. Morning Worship, 10:55 a. m. Kev. R. B. L. Bearden will preach. The choir will sing Ihc anlhem "My God and I", I. B. Sergei." Evening worship. 7:30 p. m. Sermon by Chaplain Marrs. Tlie choir will be made up of members of the intermediate Department. Choir rehearsal, Wednesday. 7:30 ... , BIBLE STUDIES Truth brings consolation -To Ithose of goodwill "Truth Makes Free", study Wednesday 8 p. m. ' "Watchtower" study Sunday 8:30 I), m. Jehovah's Witnesses Kingdom Hall 503 W. Main Everyone Welcome No Collections BAPTIST CHAPEL . ' Oily Street Sunday School, 9:30 a. m. -Russell Baugh, superintendent. B.T.U., 6:30 p. m. Graham, director., Rev. Milton Dr. Willis A. Sutton, nationally known educator of Allanta, Ga., was principal speaker. Rites Planned Tomoirow For Joseph Richard King } Services for Joseph Richard King of Lcnclivillc will be held at 2:30 o'clock tomorrow al the Dell Methodist Church with the Rev. F. M, Sweet officiating. Burial will be made at Maple Grove Cemetery. Mr. King died yesterday morn- jlng at Blylheville Hospital after a B. C. Club. FRIDAY Mrs. W. M. McKemle entorinln- ng Friday Luncheon Club. short illness. Cobb Funeral Home charge of arrangements. Street llepl. 'Finds' 1'iano INDEPENDENCE, Mo. (UP) — A piano is one article which seldom appears in the "Lost and Found" columns, but the Independence Street Department coulri have provided tiic "Found"- notice in such a case here recently. Members ot tlie department found a slightly battered upright piano in the middle of an Independence avenue. They believed It had fallen from a truck. No reports on tlie "Lost 1 , end of the story.have been received; •American farms t-liove 28,9,48,- OOOrinllk cow*. • ^'^Vr'.^.v^.- 11 ' BAPTIST CHURCH G. I). Magee, pastor Sunday School, 10 a. in. Allen Hnrdin, supt. Morning worship, 11 a. m. 'Take Heed", pastor's subject. Training Union, 7:30 p. m. Mrs. Bertha GUI, director. Evening worship. 8:30 p. m. Sermon by pastor. , Tuesday evening, 1:30 o'clock, training union rally In Blythevllle. Wednesday evening, 8 p. m. Prayer service. FIRST ASSEMBLY OP OOD CHURCH Seventh and Ash Sunday School. 9:45 n. m. Morning worship, 11 a. m. Radio program, 2 p. in. C. A. Class, 6:45 p. in. Evangelistic service, 8 p. m. Regular services Tuesday alxl Friday. 7:45 p. m. ST. STEPHEN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH Sixth and Walnut Streets Thomas B. Sniylhe. Jr., minisler 9:30 A. M., Church School. 11 A. M., Morning Prayer and Sermon. The Sermon will be preached by Ihe Rev. Mr. Tliom- as B. Sinylhe of St. Michael's Church. Birdsboro Penna. Friday, 1:30 P.'M., Choir Re- nearsal. LAKE-STUKET METHODIST ' -• CHURCH ' Bales Sturdy, pastor Church School, 9:50 a. m. Ivcr- son Morris, supt. Morning worship. 10:45 a. in, 'How lo live the Christian Life", pastor's subject. Junior, fntermcdiate and Senior Youth Fellowship groups. 6:45 p. in. Evening worship, 7:45 p. m. "If Anyone Is In Christ", pastor's subject. Prayer meeting, Wednesday 1:45 p. m. Begin study of the disciples. CONCEPTION CHURCH Ash and Division Streets Rev. J. J. Thompson Rev'J. P. MeConnell Sunday Masses, 1:30 and 10:30 . m. • Weekday Masses, 6:30 and 8 a. in. Sunday evening at 1:30 o'clock, Holy Hour for peace and men and women in service. • Friday evening, 1:30 o'clock, No vena in honor of our Sorrowful Mother. Was In CHURCH NEWS VFULL GOSPEL TABERNACLE Lily and Vine St. , Clifford L. Tluckcr. rnislor •.Sunday School, 9:15 a. in. Pri'nclung, 11 a. ni. ' Jr. P.Y.P.A., 7:f5 p. m. Evangelistic Service, 8 p. in. : Mid-Week Services ; ..j,Yoimg peoples Service — Tuesday ' CHURCH OF THE NAZARE^fE First and Sycamore F. W. Nash, pastor Sunday School. 9:45 a. in. Morning • vroi'shlp, 10:50 a. in Pastor will preach. Services'for ybung people, 7:15 P. m. Evening worship. 8 p.. m. Pastor will preach. . • • , Wednesday • night,: 8 p. m. Mid' Week prayer meeting, followed) by choir practice. '':."• CALVARY EPISCOPAL CHURCH Osceola Tliomas B. Smylhe, Jr., minister 7:30 P. M.. Evening Prayer and Sermon. The Sermon .will be, preached b'y the Rev. Mr. Thomas B. Smllhe of St. Michael's Church, Blrdsboro, Penna. • The Gift Shop Modern and Andcme Gifts COSMETICS UABY Glb'TS GREETING CARDS NOVELTIES 'A Olft For Everybody Ingram Hlclg, I'liojie 2254 MOSS BRYAN 11 a / Continuous Shows Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN. TO KLCN 1:04 a.m. 12:15 p.m. 4:30 pm. Saturday Han't you love a spicy cliew? HOTCIHJ is Hie gum for you. .night— ;.Pra' — 8 o'clock. . ;.$Pra'yer meeting— Friday night— 8 Mrs. DALTON C. FOWLSTON, B.A., M.S.M, ORGANIST and TEACHER '.'-. "•• ot . PIANO - ORGAN and VOICE Former New York Organist & Teacher For Appointment Write Mn. Fowlston 1101: Chlck&uwba 01 Phone War Production Board calls for big drive to save WASTE PAPER r nit it wt\ai Chairman DonoU M. Nefson iay« about lh« paper shortage r Hear Clifford L Thacker at the FULL 6OSPEL TABERNACLE On " Christ's MiHenial Reign" •• Where Will-H'-Be?, -4Who Will Re There? —-Will H '•'• •"• ••'•"•.Btf'Lileral? ' ' •Sunday 8 J'. M. ' Lily & Vine Sis. Chanter No. 14380 •'• Reserve Dist Ne. 8 Rejjort of Condition of FIRST NATIONAL BANK of Blylhcyille, Arkansas In the State of Arkansas, nt the close ot business on April 13, 194.4. Published In resuonse to call made by Comptroller of the Currency, under section 5211, U. S. Revised Statutes Assets Loans and discounts (including $174.78 overdraft) ' $1.220,544.94 United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed 727,500,00 Serial: "Great Alaskan Mystery" No. 1 and Slliirt. Con. Showing Sat-'tlay 1:00 lo 11:30 S.undny and Mondny Obligations of States and political subdivisions Corporate stocks (including 55,100.00 stocks of Federal Heserve bank) Cash, balances \vith other banks, including reserve balances, and cash items in process of collection .'. Bank premises owned $24,331.23. furniture and • fixtures gl.362.99 Other assets 95,806,22 5,100.00 3H142.GB 31,594.22 02.40 Paramount News and Selected Shorts. I Continuous Showing Sun. 1:15 to 11 TOTAL ASSETS $2,995,450.46 ! CLEANING !S A JOB for EXPERTS TO clean the fragile pastels and pale beiges that arc so fashionable no* is an operation that calls for professional skill, and should be entrusted ofdy to trained professional cleaners. Have yobr'Silks and rayons and precious wools cleaned regularly — don't wuit until the dirt becomes 1 embedded in the fabric, injuring the yani ana dimming the colors forever. FOR BETTER DUAUT AID FOR BETTER LAUNDRY rilvRt *HO DRY CLEANING 25 WAR PLANTS CLOSED! As we go to press, about 25 mills making war products out of paper have had to close down. Are we going to let them stay closed? Or shall we open them again with a community drive to save waste paper ... and keep right on saving it? You know tho answer.' We MUST swing those 25 doors wide with the biggest ava- lanche of old boxes, corrugated paper, cartons, bags, newspapers and magazines, Uiat this city has ever ssenl We MUST organize our friends .., our children... everybody who has a loved one in the Armed Forces . . . everyone who wants this war to end soon ... in victoryl Get going right away on that paper traill Liabilities Demand deposits of Individual, participants nnd corporations ...' $2,181,511.80 Time deposits of individual 1 ;, partnerships, and corporations 311,822.39 Deposits of United States Government (including poslal savings) 80.004.42 Deposits of State and political subdivisions 200,105,28 Deposits of banks ..Other deposits (certified nnd casliier's checks, etc.) • TOTAL DEPOSITS $2,824.032.61 ROXY Matinees Sat. * Snn. Only Opeiu eub night 6:30; Starts 6:45 Opens Sunday 1:00; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. and San. Bar rain Night Every Night Exfept : Saturday. No pissti honored on Brjid»j at the Boiy. Saturday Rarin' for r a fight • ...or a song! 'Capital Accounts Capital Stock: . (b) Class B preferred, tolal par None, relired value .. 100,000.00 (c) common stock, total par $100,000.00 Surplus 70,000.00 Undivided profits 1,307.7!) SAVE A BUNDLE A WEEK SOME BOY'S LIFE TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 171,367.79 SD&IMTI: Fold them flat (the way the paper boy tcllj them) mid tio ihccumbundtoftbout 12 inchcjhigk. Mig»tne< and Booki' Tie them in bundlti Corrotit«d and Cirri* board IOXM and C»rtcnu Flatten them out aod t(a them fn bundle* about 22 tnchei high. Wa»«abalk*t Pipar (Wrappers, Envfttopaa. Etc.li Flatten sad pack doivn la* box or bundle, to ih«t it am b« carried. U.S. Victory WASTE PAPER Campaign TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS $2 1 995,45(UB Memoranda Pledged assets (and securities loaned) (book value) (a) United States Government obligations, direct and guaranteed, pledged to secure deposits nnd other liabilities 84,000.00 (6) TOTAL 84,000.00 Secured liabilities: (a) Deposits -secured by pledged assets pursuant lo requirements of law , 80,fi04.42 Clilf"Jki>lolelVi>" Edward]. LuanoWallol A COIUMBIA PICTUB Serial: "Secret Service in Afrir.i" No. C anil Short. Con. SliowinK Sat'ilay 1:00 to 11:30 <cl) TOTAL (Seal) 580,604.42 State of Arkansas, County of Mississippi, ss: I, D. C. Paford. cashier of the above-named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement Is true to the best ol my knowledge and belief. D. C. PAFPORD, Cashier. Correcl^-Attcit: S. H. WILLIAME ROLANO GREEN E. M. REGENOLD • . Directors. Sworn and subscribed before me this 18th tlayi of April, 1944. MARY BORUM, Notary Public. I Continuous Showing Sun. 1:15 lo 11 My Commission Expires 3-26-40. MARY A'STOJ^RUDY VAUK !.....», a Fox News and Selected Hborl Subjccls

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