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PAGE TWO BLYTHEVILLE (ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, APRIL 29, 194-1 Coming Event* Feeling Fancy Free Woman's^ Society of Christian Scnlce. First Methodist Chuich, meeting at church for business, 2:30 p. m. * ' ' Woman's Society of Christian Service, Lake 'Street Methodist :Church,'.meeting, at church, 2:30 p. m ' •Women's'-Missionary Union, First Baptist Church, meeting at church for business, 2.30 p. m. Women's Missionary Society,, Cal vary Baptist^. Church, meeting at church,.7:3p.p. nu Missionary Study Group of First Christian' Church meeting with Mrs Ralph-Nichols, \yith Mrs. H. R. Brandon'as co.-hostess. , Executive ' Board ' 9! Woman's Auxiliary, First Presbyterian cmneh. i, meeting at church, 2:30 p. m. '-•''* Club 28 meeting at Woman's Club, 8 p.'m. TUESDAY Double G Club-meeting with Miss Mary'Spain Usrey. Mrs. Jesse 'Baylor entertaining 'I uwd ay,'Bridge .club. Miss Eugenia Crawford entertaining LaNeuve-Club SVes,Iejan Service Guild, First Methodist . Church, meeting at church, 7:30 p. m. .WEDNESDAY Mrs. William Dolen entertaining ADC. Club. Wednesday Contract Club meeting with Mrs. W. B Garrolt. Mrs. C. G. Langston entertaining Tonn'iand Country Qlub. Wednesday Bridge Cluh meeting with Mrs. W. J. Wunderllch. Armorel Parent Te?cher Association meeting at sph'ool,'2;30 p. m. / THURSDAY Mrs. Clyde Eldrldge entertaining G.N.B.-CHib. 40pIiClub meeting: with:Mrs. Roy Woods. Mrs. Olto Scrape entertaining Club "Eight. MliJ.'Week Club meeting with Mrs. M O. Usrey Mrs J A Leech entertaining Thursday Luncheon Club. Thursday Contract Club meeting withlMrs. H. W Wylic. FRIDAY ,. Mrs W. S Langdon entertaining CDC Club Bits of News I'Mostly Personal PAPERWEIGHT natural colored lace straw makes ihls early sum-' rncr hat as light and airy ns a cloud. Sally Victor calls her fanciful design the "Freedom Bonnet," and gives It an extra fillip ' by tuchinu a couple o£ loops of moss-green velvet and pale-pink .flowers, into the rolled .sides. ____________——,— -^—^j^^. Women At Air Field Establish Room For Surgical Dressings Dancing Party Given Last Night At Clubhouse .Seventy-five-' members of the "teen-age" group attended the dr.nc4 given last night nt the Woman's Club when -Barbara Monaghan, Christine Gillemvaler, C G: Hedman 'Jr Chniles Criggci HI, pharles Hendeison nnd Lan-y Hcarn entertained. The ballroom 'of!' the clubhouses v, r os (iecorated ' with pink, nnd green Cripe' pfper, while vases of Spilntf flowers were arranged tliiougliout the rooms, to form an attractive background for the young guests, with the girls attired In loimal frock's. A large crystal bowl of roses, With n new Red Cross surgical dressing room established at Blythc- vlllc Army Air Field, the program In North Mississippi County Is up lo quoin but more workers could ]jc used in all of (he rooms where, bandages are prepared for wounded service men throughout the world. Much interest is shown in the new project at the air base for women making their homes nt the busc, ii> the new section of civilian housing! according lo Mrs. 13. A. Lynch, geii- eial chairman. * . •' •. The bandage room there is In the Commissary building, established in the room planned for a beauty shop and is unusually light mul well ar- iranged. ! Mrs. B. B. Moore Is chairman of this section of the project with the room open from 2 to -1 nnd from to 9 p. in", dally except Saturday. Assisting Mrs. Moore arc Mrs. Leo Royal cm" Monday, Mrs. Raymonil Cottle and Mrs. Terry Prevost or Tuesday, Mrs..George England nm' Mrs. Nelson Bpaslcy on Wednesday rfrs. C. D. Boyle hml Mrs. Nelson Bensley on Friday. Opening last week, average dully ttcndanco Is from . 10 to 1C with vlvcs 'of imijcommissipned officers ipcclal workers on Wednesday. The downtown room, adjacent to Courier News building, continues lo operate dally, except Saturday, from 9 a. m. to '! p. in. nnd on Monday light from 7, to 9:30 o'clock, with 10. , daily attendance from IB to Mvs. Floyd White nnd .Mrs. Rodney Banister are In charge of the Mondny nlylit session which Is liir crcnsing in altciidnnre. The room nt Dell Is turning out n large amount of bandages, according' to Mrs. Lynch. Mrs. E, M. Wppdnrd and Mrs. \v. A. Lewis are hi charge of the room open Tuesday nnd Thursday. " These nre nil of the rooms now operating In North Mississippi County. Mrs. Lynch pointed out that it Is expected the quota will be Increased within n short time Mrs. J. S. •Gcsscll will return to, norrow from Lltllc Rock where she las spent several days with her *on, Raymond Gcssell, who Is 111 In hosplinl there. Mrs. Gessell will return home with Dis. Carl and Edna Wes, who have been attending a late osteopaihic convention. Mrs. Howard Johnson, who Is undergoing treatment at Stale Sani- lorlurn.'ArX., is spending two weeks here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs L. M. Kiutz, and her young son Hgnald -Johnson. Mrs. Leslie Hooper is spendlni, several days In Memphis as tin guest pf her daughter, Mrs. J. P Newell Jr., and family. Miss Jnne WiHIsou went to Mem phis today lo'be the guest of he Bister, Mrs. J. B. Wlndham an family for several days. Mrs. Alva Jones will leave Tues day for an indefinite visit with her husband, Alva Jones, seaman 2-c, who Is confined to the Naval Hospital in Seattle, Wash. Their children, Lillian and Jimmy, will remain here wilh relatives. Mr. mid Mrs. Sam Landriim left Ihls afternoon for Holly Springs, Miss., where Ihey will visll her mother, Mrs. Ben Slgman, and Clarksdnle, Miss., where they will be the guests of Mr- Landrum's slsler, Mrs. J. S. Dunavant and Mr. Dunavnnt. Miss Maxlne Harris Is convalescing at her home on Chickasawba Avenue following a lengthy Illness! Mrs. F. L. Husbands has relurn- cd from S[,. Louis where she attended the -General Federation o! Woman's Clubs held April 25'to 28 at. Hotel Jefferson. Topic for the meeting was "United Stales Post- War World," The Rev. W. C. Krcuger of Memphis, who was lo. have been gues' speaker nt Pilgvim Lutheran Chuvcl In nlytltevllli! tomorrow morning has been unavoidably detained no services will be held. Mrs. Milton Coven, Mrs. H. H Bookhart and Miss Rebecca Book harl. all of Helena, and Mrs. J. T Countess of Elaine, Ark., will ar rive tomorrow to spend two dnyj> ere as guests of Mis. Craven's sis-! or. Mrs. J. Louis Cherry and' Mr.' ,'herry. They arc coining pnrtlcii- arly to attend the ordination of. he Rev. Thoinns B. graylhe Jr.- I'hich wil) be held Monday morii-; itg nt St. Stephen's Episcopal Church, nnd to..Eittentl Hie ----•-• Flat take Club Has Best Play Annual Tournament For Club Women Held A* Yarbro School Flat Lake's club won first prize In the annual Mississippi County Home De/nonstratlon CJwb PJay Tournament yesterday al Yarbro school. Yarbro'K club won second and Skid way, third. In the competition for best skits, Yarbro won first, Lone Oak, sccoml, and Flat Lake, third. Mrs. Essie Davis was declared the best actress with second honors In this division going to Mrs. Dave Abbott and third to Mrs. John Buctinnntm. Judges for the plays were Mrs. L C. Boles, Mrs. Dorothy llnrnra and Mrs. Francis Jones, all of Missouri The regular monthly meeting preceded (lie tournament witli Mrs. A E. Craig, vice president, In charge of business, Group singing was led by Mrs. B von the contest prize given by Miss "'oleman for the best thrift garment >resenled this month. Another prize will be presented to winner of the thrift gaiment con- .est at the May 27 meeting, to be icld at Woman's Club here. CHURCH NEWS FULL OOSPEb TABF.RNACLE Lily and Vine Streets Clifford L. Thacktr, pastor Sunday School. 9;45 a. m. Preaching, 11 a. m. Jr. P.Y.P.A. fi:45 p. m. Si. I'.Y.P.A. 7:15 p. m. Evangelistic' Service, 8 p. m. Mid-Week, Services Young Peoples Service, Tuesday night, 8 oclock. Bible Study, Friday night, 8 o'cloek. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD ciiimcii II. E. Slnims, pastor Sundav School,'9:45 a. m, Morning worship, 11 a. m. Radio program, 2 p. m. C. A. Class, C:45 p. m. Evangelistic message, 8 p. in. Special services Tuesday and Friday. I,AKE STREET METHODIST eiiuncii Hales Sturdy, pastor Church School. 9:50 a. m. Iver- KOII Morris, supt. Morning Worship. 10:45 a. m. "Church School Day Program", pastors subject. Junior, Intermediate and Senior Yotitli Fellowship groups, 6:45 p. m. DELL BAPTIST CHURCH G, p. Magee, pastor Sunday Spligol, 10 a. m.'Allen Hardln, supl. Morning worship, 11 a. m. Sermon by pastor. B.T.U. 7:30 p. 'rn. Mrs. Bertha Gill, director. Evening worship, 8:30 p. m. Sermon by pastor. Prayer meeting and business meeting. 8 p. in. Wednesday.. Evening worship, 7:45 p. m. "A Octette, Personal Belief In God", pastor's Creator", ubject. Tills Is the first of a series of eimons on the affirmation of faith. Parents' meeting in Interest of FJUST BAPTIST CItUKCH Walnut uiiil Eighth | Rev. E. C. Brown, pastor ',. . Sunday School, 9:30 a. m. P. J. Deer, supt. Preaching service, 10:30 a. m. Atir them, "Go Not Far From. Me Lord", Morgan. A. Hufflf will! Mrs. Walter Wood of Luxora at the piano. Better Homo reports must be turned it at the May meeting, it \vas announced by Miss Cora Lee Cole man, home demonstration agent who also told of methods for Insec iddance and of the new insects cx- >ectcd to tic found in United Stales 'ram overseas packages. New type Insects found in this section should be turned over to her office for Inspection, she said. Knelt club is to select u safety chairman and a safety kit. prepared by Miss Coleman, will be assigned each officer" find clinlrman, it was announced. This Is a part of the state program plan. Mrs, Otto Bradberry of Lost Cane ST. STEPHEN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH Sixth and Walnut Streets Thomas B. Smylhe Jr., minister Sunday School 9:45 a. m. Morning worship, 11 a. m. Sermon by the Rev. Thomas B. Snjythc Sr., of Blrdsboro, Perm. Monday morning, 10 o'clock, ordi- jiatio nserviec to be conducted by the Right Uev. R. Bland Mitchell. Bishop of Arkansas. Visitors arc particularly welcome to attend these services. Thursday jiiebts, 8 o'clock. Board of Stewards will meet CHURCH OF THE NAZARENE l-'N'sl , and Sycamore F. W. Nash, pastor Sunday School. 9:45 a. m. Don McClean, supt. Morning worship. 10:50 a. m. "Holiness and God" pastor's subject. Service for young people. 7:15 p. m. Evening worship, 8 p. m. "Salvation Is Reasonable" pastor's sub- Jaycee Delegates To Convention Advertise County Much favorable |ng received in comment is be- Blythevllle con- Mrs. Frahk'WhlpplC; on Thursday, ami more vvorkers will be needed. _ . 'Irs. McKenzie Is Hostess' When Mrs. W. M. McKcw.li! pu- lerlalncd members of thp Friday Luncheon • Club yesterday afternoon itock and "cornflower was arranged nt llc >' horric-.^ie also as a centerpiece for the refreshment table, - where punch nnd cookies were' served throughout the evening.' . Jiilia Aiin ,Woodson,.and Buddy Halsell were declared winners of " the "jitterbug contest, .a feature of the evening. i .Cliaperpries for the evening were parents of the young hosts and hostesses.'' * * * Club, Guests Entertained Colorful Spring.flowers decoraled the 6. W..McCulchen home Thurs- .day 'I when "'Mrs.' McCutchen was hostess to' members of the Thursday Contract Club for luncheon and bndSe. She also entertained Mrs. Walfter Baker, Mrs G G. CaudlM Jr, of gteelc. Mo, and Mrs. W. D. Chambhn as guests. Following luncheon, bridge ivas I)layi>d!yyitli high spore prize won by Mrs Rodney Banister and second high- by >Irs. Caitdill Jr. Son Born Sunday Staff Sergeant and Mrs. Prultt Hnrrisdn announce the birth of n son April 23. at Walls Hospital. The child has-.'been named HernS.n Prultt Harrison Jr. Mrs Harrison Is'the former Miss Alinnle Ki$sell. Sergeant Korrisoi now is stationed at Camp Howze Texas. • to three guests, Mrs. MnrgnrcL Flanninean, Mrs. George Grcnr Si 1 ., nnd Mrs. H. A. Taylor. Luncheon 'wits served buffet style, with Ihe enle,rlainhiB rooms of the house effectively decorated with snowballs, wygclln and mock range. • In the bridge:games played dur- ng the afternoon, high score prize vns won by Mrs. O. C. Ltuisslon nd second high by Mrs. Eilwin Robinson. . [. President To 'Speak Here Sunday A gneil speaker of First Chris- be Dr. Arthur E. Elliott,'.gsslstn to the president of Phlllliifi Uni- ersity. Enid, Okln., n clmrch ehool. He win speak nt the morning vorship service, 10:60 o'clock, after howlng technicolor motion pic- urcs nt the Sunday School period icglnntng at a:45 o'clock, It has icen nimouncccl by the Rev. R. S. Baird, pastor, At the Hospitals Walls Hospital Admitted— R. M. Young, city. A. J. Love), ilollnnd, Mo. Mrs. Ernest Montgomery, lit. l :ity. Paul Wallace, city. Mrs. J. W. Sandy, Rives, Me-. Dismissed— Neal Patterson, Hornersvllle, Mo Mrs. Gerald Wheeler and baby Holland, Mo. Blytlieville Hospital Admitted— Born to Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Young city, n daughter last night. Memiiiiis Baptist Ilosiiilnl Admitted— G. T. Gracy, city. Ted Wilson, Wilson. Memphis St. Joseph Hospital Admitted— Frank Smith, Osccola. Local Group Returns From Church Convention A convention of Christian churches in Ultie Rock this week was attended by the Rev. and Mrs R. S. Balrd and daughter, Beth one Marie. Mr. nnd Mrs. Kussel nrhnm and Mrs. L. A. Moore o First Christian Clmrch here niii Mrs J. Ij. Scurlock of Osceola. The reiuesentatlves returnei last night alter having gone there Ion to be given tomorrow ?ifter-j icon In Osceola honoring Mlsii Baokhnrt nnd Hie Rev. Mr. SmyJ ^ Jr., whose ntniTlage^wlll be solemn/.ed Wednesday in Helena. Mvs. Alice Montgomery'Is 111 nt •icr liome on Lilly Slreet. Mr. and Mrs: W; E. Hood of Euporii, Miss., are spending Ihe weekend here ns gue?ls of theii :ini]ghter, Mrs, Bert N. Lnmb, nht 1 thirdly. \ Mr. and Mrs. James Hill - : J| relurnctl yestci'dny ftont B visit In, Shrevcport. in. cbrulng the souvenirs and newspaper editions distributed by the Blythevillo and Osccoln Junior Chambers of Commerce at (he state convention April 14-15-18 in Har- ristou. :!Eat;li visitor at the convention received a cotton boll, picked at harvest time und prepared to be on) as a boutonnlere, encased in ' I'ellopliane . bag on which was ritteu "Mississippi County, World's jjir'gesl Cottoii Producing Counts'" rid "Blythevlllc-Osceola Jaycees." i.Tivo editions of a newspaper vpre iniblishcd by the two Mis- Issiupl County dubs which told if ttie convention and also of the ilytbevilte-Osccoia organizations. yriiesc were commented upon by ' t nriou3. .siieakei-s • on . the Tuesday. The Rev. Mr. Baird was rmmed to several committees. MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP 104 8. First Phone 2532 Bring Us Your Beauty Problems Br Appointment ject. 'Wednesday evening. 8 o'clock prayer riieeting. followed by choir practice. BAPTIST -CHAPEL • Lilly Sire«l Sunday School, 9:30 a. sell BaUBh supt. • U.T.U., B:30 p. m. .- Rus Cub Scouts at churcli Monday, and nt lie parsonage Tuesday night, 1:45 I'clock. Prayer meeting Wednesday night. 1:45 o'clock, to continue study of discipline. .' CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES Woman's Clubhouse 141C W. Main ; "Everlasting Punishment" is tile subject of the Lesson-sermon which will be read in nil Churches and Societies of the Church ir Christ, Scientist, on Sunday. The Ooldeu Text is: "Cast away from you all your transgressions, whereby ye have transgressed;' and make you a new heart and a new spirit: for why will ve die, O house of Israel?" Ezekiel 18:31. Among the citations which comprise the Lesson-Sermon is the following from the Bible: "He that covcreth his slas shall not prosper: but whoso confesseth and forsaketh them shall have mercy." Proverbs 28;13. "Hcmemuer Now Thy Aslams. Miss Margaret Gjflham. Miss Ruth Head, Miss Carllyii Hood. Miss Joyce Somers, Miss Joyce Damon, Mrs. Henry Shannon, Mrs. John Wall, Mrs. R. C. Fair, Sermon by pastor. B.T.Vt, 0:45 p. m. R. L. Sherrlck, director. Preaching service. 7:45 p. m. Sermon by pastor. Continuous Showi Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 • LISTEN TO KtCN 1:00 tm. 12:45 p.m. 4:39 p.m. FIIIST METHODIST CHURCH S. 15. >YUiord. pastor Church School. 9:45 a. in. U. S. Draason. supt. Morning worship, 10:55 a. in. Sermon by pastor. Evening service, 7:30 p. in. Music by Intel mediate, choir. Choir rehearsal, \yedhesday, 1:30 p. m. The Gift Shop Modern and Antique Gifts COSMETICS BABY GIFTS GREETING CARDS NOVELTIES A Gift For Everybody Ingram Bid?. Phone 2254 MOSS BRYAN Saturday BEAUTY CLOAKS A KILLER) t . Jho took their soiivenlfff .home to show -other Jaycees, local members have learned. BPTICRL STORE Let U? i Help ' ... 209 \V.. Main §t Phone 2?12 ALL Benefit Arkansas Guards ; Across From Laundry SHOWS-RIDES-COHCESSIONS Don't Wait Too Long. Store Early For Certain Protection and Better Attention Safeguard Your Investment •When you bought your tur coat you mode n sound Investment, one that should bring you pleasure nnd service for years to come. Now, like all other consumer goods, if given the proper care. 11 will respond according to the way you trcot It. On the other hand, if you are careless, your coat will wear out, perhaps yenrs before it ordinarily would. Tlie best form of insurance for the longer life of your coat Is storage. FOR BETTER LAUNDRY PHONE 418 FOR BETTER DRY CLEANING STEAM LAVNDftY Welcome TO FULL GOSPEL TABERNACLE 1'ily & Vine-Sis. Sunday S i\ M. Sermon "Thou Art The Man" CLIKKOKD L. THACKP.R. Pastor TO.M CONWAY and JEAN BROOKS RITA CORDAY « AMEllrA WARD : ISA1EI JEvmi • GEORGE GIVOT | Serial "Great Alaskan Mystery" No. 2 anil Short. Con. Showing Sat'ilay 1:00 lo 11:30 Sunday ami Mondny Mothers Day Sunday, May 74th Send her your PHOTOGRAPH! A gift she'll treasure O'Steen's Studio 105 W. Main THE SCREEN'S GREATEST 6LORY STORYI APRIL 30 MAY 14 FIRST BAPTIST RANDOLPH SCOTT u«a 'NOAHBHWJr. AUN CUBTIS Petir Cue Dovitl Ernie Som Uis'19 J.ConolHiilih RkhoiillQiie MilbuinSlon* *«J GRACE MiDONAlD ! > D,rec!<KlWUY EN51GHT FiciocciJ byV/AlTEH WANGEP. A UNiVERSAt PICTURE ID. EIGHTH & WALNUT TIME OF SERVICES 10:15 A. M. — 7:30 P. M. Great Gospel Preaching-Soul Stirring Music EVANGELIST SINGER Paramount News nnd Shorts—Con- inucd Shows Sunday 1:15 lo 11:09 Matinees Sat. & Snn. Only pptnj each night 6:30; Starts 6:« Opens Snnday 1:00; Starts 1:15 Continuous Shows Sat. and San. trtaln Night Every Night Exrept Saturday. No pust* honored on 8ond»j at the Roiy. Saturday MAYHARDG1BSOH Kcv. J. G. Cothran Rev ' fi " lc Dunn Director of the Christian Minister of Music First Bnp- Eilucatioii Committee, Louisville, Ky. list Church, Pino Bluff, Ark. THE CHURCH IN A WORLD AT WAR CALLS AMERICA BACK TO GOD. YOU ARE /NWTED TO ATTEND ALL OF THE SERVICES. , - BE ONE OF 500 TO ATTEND SUNDAY SCHOOL AT 9:30 A. M. AND ONE OF 200 AT TRAINING UNION AT 6:45 P. M. SUNDAY. Serial ''Secret Service In Africa" No. 7 and Short. Con. Showlne SatMay 1:00 lo 11:30 Sunday and Monday For News snil Short Continuous Showing Sun. 1:15 lo H

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