The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 13, 1944 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, May 13, 1944
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BLYTHEVILLE (ARK,) COURIER NEWS Coming Events MONDAY Woman's Socletj of Christiaii Str/ Ice, First Methodist Church, meeting in* circle groups: Circle l, Mrs, E B. Gee; Circle 2, Mrs W, L. Horner, Circle 3, Mrs M O. QoodtUn; Circle 4, Mrs W T. bbcrst, Circle 5, Mrs. S. B. Wilford; Circle 6, Mrs. H.'G. Portlow, 2:30 p.m. 1 Woman's Society of Christian Service, Lake Street Methodfct Churcli, meeting at church, 2:50; |>.m. Women's Auxiliary, St.'Stephen's Episcopal Church, meeting Vltli 'Mrs. J. D. McDowell, 2:3i) p.m.. Women's Auxiliary, First Presbyterian Church, having birthdaj party nt the church, 2:30 p.m. Study Group of Women's Council of First Christian Church meet' ing as follows: Faith Group, Mrs. V. O. Miller; Hope Group, Mrs. B«~n Hnriiole: Love Group, Mrs. C. 6. Wecdman. '... "-.' < Women's Missionary Union, First Baptist Church, meeting; at ^church for Royal Service. Program, 2:30 ]>.!«.• i ,";'•. , Women's Missionary Society, C»l- _v:iry Baptist Clriirch, meeting at roluircl'i, T:30'p.m. .Circle Groui> of Women's Mls- -imiary Society, Calvary Baptist Jhureh, meeting with Mrs. Carre •Vtiilt, 8 p^m. ..TUESDAY Mrsj Mnx B. Reid entertaining i'hiesdsy Bridge, Club. Mrs', Richard Bland Logan Jr.. en- 'lertflinlng La Keuve Club. : Double G Club meeting with Miss Fiances Little. '• '' 1 WEDNESDAY Town and Country Club meeting with Mrs. Cornelius Modlnger. ?,frs: Ben Hafpole entertaining A. D. C.:Club. : . . ,•-.:. /' Central Word Pattnt : Teacher As'" sociation meeting at school, S pm, -:' preceded by executive board, 2:30 • p.m. : Friendly. Seven Club meeting with '.;. Mrs. Don.:Edwards. . : . THURSDAY • . Mrst'Aubrey conway entertaining Mld-Week Club •; :. Thursday Contract Club meeting with Mrs G G Caudlll.: Mrs.'Ilnrold Meek entertaining G. N B. Club. Mis', M Emdc entertaining C. 4 N, Birthday Club at Dogwood Ridge Clubhouse, 7:30 p.m. Mrs,' A G. Little entertaining _Thursday Luncheon Club. FRIDAY Chapter "N" P. E. O. meeting with Sirs. Harry Klrby, 4 p.m. Woman's Society of Christian Ser\ice, First Methodist Church, entertaining with" banquet, at the church, 6;.30 p.m., complimenting Methodist members of the senior 'class at Bly- thcville High School.. 400 itilitb meeting with Mrs, f. J. Price.- ~ .' . • Mrs. 1 Edith McCool entertaining Friday Lunche<m.,Club. junior High Graduates- Complimented Last Night Members of Ihe graduating class of junior high school, and the junior high facuty, Were guests of honor last night at a pirty given at the Woman's Club, spon- soied by the Junior-Senior Parent Teacher Association. : . Guests were received by Mrs, Matt Monaghan Jr., who was In charge of tirrnngements lor the affair. Mrs. J. T. Westbrook, Mrs. G. E. Gillenwater. Mrs. Joe Ferguson and Mrs. Garth Castllo. Tlie school, colors of -red. anc white were carried out - throughout the decoration of the club rooms, with the refreshment table from which punch and cookies were served•;during the 'evening, cover cd -«lth red nnd „ white • crepe paper, .spring flowers were attractively arranged in the room. Games, a fancy dress contest and dancing e ntcftalned the more than 100 guests, with Gordon 1 Hammock winning the prize-In .the contest'. The affair was '.given between the hours of 8 and lij'o'clock. • • > ' Entertains At Bridge Luncheon Yesterday Mrs. Edith McCool. was a guesi yesterday when Mrs. James nil Jr., entertained- rnembers of thi Friday Luncheon qiub at her homi for luncheon and an afternoon o: bridge. Luncheon was served at the dining table, with a centerpiece o: Talisman rosebuds, while blhei Spring flowers were .'arranged ir flic living room where the guest 1 played bridge. Mrs. Marvin Nnnn received h(gl score prize and Mrs. Hill Wai second high. ' • ~ • • Mrs. Yates Entertains 400 Club And Guests Mrs. Jimmle Sanders and Mrs. J R. McConnell were guests of Mrs M. S Yates when she entertained members of the 400 club yesterdas -iftemoon at her home. Roses and Iris Becorated the liv ing room of the home, where Liver pool rummy was played during lli af tci noon High score prize Went to Mrs Ro Wpods'ahd second high to Mrs Tin Estes ' * A sandwich plate fcilh iced drink .was served. * > »•. * * Luncheon Club Meets With Mrs. Byron Morse Mre Byron Morse enterlAlti'e members of the Thursday Lunch con Club and (Out- gutst? Thursda imeitioon at her home oh Kenluck avenue. ' , A two course lun:heon was serve at small lable* arranged Jn the )Iv ing room, which *M attractive! arranged slth vttes at peontes. High score prize In the brldg gaines plajed Ms Mr»rded ttti. U A, Isaacs and second high W Mr Bride Of James C. Ellis Jr. Mrs. James Clinton Ellis Jr., is the forAier Miss June Rclnmtllcr, .lighter of Mrs. John T. Reinmiller and the laic Mr. Reljimillcr. Mr.' nd Mrs. Ellis, who were married two wecke ago, now arc innkinj, lelr home with his parents on the EllLs plantation at Daiilcld. 5 Best Sellers Mow Available At Post Library Fifteen best sellers, most of (hern oolis published within the last six eeks .have been received at the AAF Post Library and will be .it Into circulation immediately, :iss Sunshine Boyd, librarian, said xlny. This shipment,: .supplemented by •38 slightly used books received ere earlier in (he week as a gift rom the Mncon City, Town, Pub- c Library, swells the total iiiiin- er of volumes available lo HAAP eaders to about 4300, according tu vllss Boyd. And. her records show lat these books are being put into poll use, for there are BOD regular Sailers registered at the Post Ll- rniy. In addition, more magazine sub- criptions have been taken out and nere oi-c now 100 periodicals nvnll- ble to those In search of a few o\irs' recreation. Included In the shipment of new oolis are Perelnndcr, )>y lewis; Joncerlo, by Vcliuis; The Angel Vith The Trumpet, Lolhcr, Wnr Diary, Malttquals; The Lite and Death of LiUIo Joe, BrigM; All In A Twilight, Evans; Oh, Distant Itar, Doner; Battle Surgeon, lltuighter; The Road Back to Parte. Llcbling; There Was No Yes- erday, Arcy; Washington Brontl- ast; Chronicle of Dawn, Sender; . B. Oce. Guests in addition to club members were Mrs, .1. H. Bell, Mrs. W. J. Vumlerllch, Mrs. Isaacs and Mrs. Elton W. Klrby. Bits of News T 'Mostly Personal Mrs. Theodore Lognn, Mrs. Otis Shepherd, Mrs. Worth D. Holder nnd Mrs. O. R. Ilulchlsoti .spent toduy In Memphis. Mrs. J. P. White of St, Louis, who has been visiting her aunt, Mis. Kcmlnll Berry and faintly, Is spending the weekend in Manila with relatives. The He'v. nntl Mis. Thomas B. Smylhc Jr., hnvc returned from a 10-clny wedding trip to Hot Springs and now nre making, their home In Ihe Episcopal rectory, on Nolt-h Sixth. Mrs. Smythe is the former Miss Rebecca Bcokhart of Helena, Irn Lambert, senman 2-c, hns returned to Sun Dleso, alter spending n five tiny leave here with his wife and his parcijls. Mr. and Mrs. Irn Lambert Sr.' Mr.s. Monti 1 Tonnes is ,s])enUii>«r the weekend in FnycUcvllle wllli licr dniighgtcr, Miss Betty Brooks Istincs, who is n student, nt University of Arkansas. • Mrs. W. IJ. Tanner of Helena arrived last night to spend Mother'. 1 ; Day with her niollier. Mrs. T.. J. Mahan. Mrs. Eilwibeth Greene arrived Tluirsdny night from inrtlnnnpnlis, Ind., where she spent Ihree weeks ns the guest of rclntlves. She was Bows Bend Over, French; Sliind On A y»dnbow, Innis; and Yankee Prom Olympus, by Dovven. accompanied home by her sWe'r, Mrs. i'oe Gieiwn, who will visit Mrs. Greene and Mr. and Mrs. Kdgar Boruni. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Ford returned yesterday from Little Rock where they spent five days while Mr. Ford was attending the Scottish Rllo convention, Don Kdwards left today for Cleveland and Greenville, Miss., and Helena, Ark,, on a business trip. He plans lo rcluiii Tuesday. MLS. Kimnft Nolcn Is 111 at her home on West Walnut. Mr, and Mrs. H, H. Stone and daughters, Wilma and Doris, will leave tarwriw morning for Oran. Mo., where they will attend the funeral of Mr. stone's grandmother, Mrs. Mnry Sue Lett, who died yesterday morning at Delta Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Jewell will return lo their home In Evnnsvlllo, Ind., after a week's visit here with Mrs. John Foster and family and Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Konch, Capl. W. J. Pollnrd, who is sta- lloncd fit Romulus Army Air Held, Mich., with the Air Transport Command, Is taking a special course in flnnnce at Duke University, Durham, N. C. Captain P.ol- Inrd will report, back lo Romulus at Ihe completion of his month's course at Duke, and tlich plans to come to Blytheville on leave, where he will Join Mrs. Pollard, who Is visiting here as guest of her sister, Mrs. A. M. Butt and family. Mrs. John B..•Cunningham, who has been making her home In San Diego, Calif., while her hhsband, Ensign Cunningham, was stationed there with the Nnvy, hns arrived to be with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Nicholson, while her husband Is on ndlve duty. Col. Harold J: Comvay, who Is stationed at Fort Douglas, Salt Luke City, Utah, has returned there following a brief visit here with Col. nnd Mrs. Kurt M. lan- ilon. Colonel C.onway is a brolher- tn-litw of Mrs. Lanclon. Mrs. Ilowell .Brewer has been removed to her home here following treatment in Memphis Baptist Hospital where she was removed last Siuitlny. Mrs. Peter Ron of Ultle nocic 1ms arrived' for n month's , visit with her daughter. MLS. • E. H. Ford and family. Pvl. Leonard Johnson will arrive tomorrow from'Csmp-Living- ston, !,»., to 'spend his furlough here with Mrs. Jolmsoti : an'd their daughter/ Beth. -. . Pvt. and Mrs. Maurice McCauley left this afternoon for a brief visit with relatives in Stuttgart nnd Pine Bhiff, Ark. Mr. nnd Mrs. O. Mi Hawkins will spend tomorrow in Memphis with (heir son and daughter, Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe Baird Hawkins, and Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Jones-;.-ami son, Charle.s Edwin. • Mr. and Mrs. Will Burns and their daughter. Mrs. David Barton of Cotroii. Mo., nre in Memphis with another (laughter, Mr*. Jack O'Keefe, who Is ill at BnptlsL Hospital. Mrs. O'Keefe, who has been quite ill. is much improved. Mrs. B. J. Allen Sr., will leave tomorrow for ah' incjefinlte ilsll with her parents'Mr. and Mrs'. B. D. Nalley, going over especially for a rest. -'... fiocco/ourcote Program Tomorrow At Steele, Mo. STEELE, Mo., May IS.-Baccn- laurealc services will be held tomorrow afternoon, 2:30 o'clock, at the high school auditorium for the 19 members of the Graduating class of Sfecle high school, and 42 boys m SAVING WASTE PAPER!" Yes ... waiting is hard. But it's easier when, you're doing something to protect and aid him ,.. and bring him home sooner I Your Government says that waste paper It th« No. 1 war shortage. Ther&'s your opportunity I ' t For waste paper is everywhers. Newspapers, magazines, wrappings, corrugated paper ... bundle them all in packages about 12 inches high and turn them in. The very waste paper you tia up may well b« made into paperboard that packages th« K-rations, ammunition or blood plasma you* fighting man will use. So enlist th» children. Enthuse your neigh* . bori «nd friends. Scour attics and basement* Then start a regular tystem of saving and bun- dlfng your wart* paper for war. Ifs so little to do . . ,' «nd it may mean BO much to him I U.S. Victory WASTE PAPER Campaign and girls graduating from the eighth grade, with the Kcv. Marvin Nlb- ck as speaker for the afternoon. The program as announced hy O. T. Coll, school superintendent, is as follows: processional, "Holy, Holy, Holy 11 , Miss Davis; Invocation, the Rev. C. E. Garner; Crusader's Hymn, mixed chorus; sermon, "Building fur Eternity," the Rev. Mr. Niblack; benediction, the ncv. Mr. Gamer; recessional, Miss Davis. Members of tiie high school graduating class are Nell Uobinson, valedictorian, A. J. Overturf, salutato- rlan, Willai'il Leo Armstrong Jr., Alma Ruth Jones, Cecil Barnes, Gloria Ynrbrougli, A very Burton Jr., Howard C. Mcconum, Thomas K. Allbrittni, Norma Jean Sloan, Mary Ue Burton, Clencvlevc Smith, Margaret Chandler, Sarah'Mauldin Gilford, John H. Smith, Joseph w. Bomar, Thomas Ray Frakcs, Gordon Clyde Southern, nnd Virginia Wall. At the Hospitals Blytheville Hospital Admitted— Mrs. B. B. Wliile and baby. Ar- inorel. Leola Thompson, Steele, Mo. Mrs. Jame.s Tankersley and baby, city. Walls Hosjillnl Admitted— Mrs. Sam Guy, Lllbouni, Mo. Jackie Thompson, city. Mrs. Dunn ..Campbell, Slcele, Mo, Dismissed—Mrs. W. M. McParland, Sennth, Mo. Mrs. H. U Smith. Del). Lorcnc Bpsliers. Holland. Mo. Memphis liaptlsl Hospital Admitted— Mrs. J. Li. Livingston, city. Seniors Order Service Plaque For High School A bronze plaque bear ing; name plates of 328 former Blytheville high school students in service with the armed forces hns been ordered and soon will be presented to the school as a senior memorial. Funds for the plaque were raised uy the senior piny given recently. Names already scut In were suggested by parents and students. Another order soon will be made, and tiny person wishing to suggest uildiliona] names for the plaque may contact Ilnl Thompson, class president. Carolyn McLeod, class secretary, or any member of the senior class, it was announced today. Each name plate costs 25 cents and persons suggesting names may contribute this amount if tlicy wlsli to, although this is not necessary, It was pointed out. Sixth and Walnut Strtet Tliomas U. Smythe. Jr., minister 9:30 A. M, Church School 7:30 P. M. Evening Prayer and Sermon .Friday 7:30 P. M. Choir Rehearsal. SATURDAY, MAY 13, 1944 •CHURCH NEWS LAKK STHKGT MKTHOIMST CIlOJiCH Males Sturdy, paslor Church School, 0:50 a.m. Iverson Morris, supt. Morning worship, 10:45 a.m. "Religion In the Home/' pastor's subject. Special Mother's Day music. Junior, Intermediate and Senior Fello«'shi[) groups, 1 p.m. Evening worship, 8 p.m. "The Divine Sufferer," pastor's subject. Fathers and mothers arc asked to meet at the church Monday night, S o'clock, In interest of Cub Scoiil- Ing. Wednesday jilglit, prayer meeting, 8 o'clock. District Conference at Huntington Avenue Church, Joiiesboro, Thursday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.' ST. STEPHEN'S EPISCOPAL CAT/VARY EPISCOIMI, CHURCH Osccola Tliomas B. Smythe. Jr., minister 11 A. M. Morning Prayer and Sermon. KIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. E. C. Brown, pastor Sunday School, 9:30 a.m. Worship service, 10:45 a.m Special music: solo, "Mother O' Mine," Tours, Mrs. George M. Lee. Sermon, "Walking in White With .Jesus," Rev. J. G. Cothran. B, T. U., 6:45 p.m. R. L. Sherrick, director. Vesper service presented by the Blytheville high school chorus, 7:15 p.m. . WEDNESDAY—ALL CHURCH NfGHT. 7 p.m. Sunday School teachers and officers meeting. 7:30 p.m. Mid-week prayer .service. 8:10 Choir rehearsal. BAPTIST CIIAPEI, Sunday School, 9:30 a.m. Ritssell Bnugli, supt. B. T. U., 0:30 p.m. FREE BIBLE STUDIES Truth brings consolation To those of goodwill "Truth Makes Free", study Wednesday 8 p. m. "Wnrchlowcr" study Sunday 8:30 p. m. Jehovnii's Witnesses Kingdom Hal| 503 W. Main Everyone .Welcome No Collections Ntext Sunday, May 14th, is Mother's Day, and w.e are ready to meet your demands for this '* ' • • . .• - We. have prepared for. your Mother; Corsages, Cut Flowers, Hydrangeas, nnd boxes of assorted plants that will give pleasure all Summer. Novelty pottery filled with the best in plants. This is a flower occasion for Mother. Visit onr greenhouse and flower shop and make your selection. Kcmcmber we telegraph Hovers anywhere. HEATON'S Home of Flowers 2flO : I)nvis Avc. at. Franklin Bonded Member of F. T. D. Assn. Phone 51ft The Man Who Used To Clean Your Clothes Is CLEANING UP THE JAPS! During his absence, it may take a little longer Hum usual for us to clean your dollies. Please hear with us—we, like everyone else, are tryiitg lo do Ihe best we can under present conditions. FOR BETTER LAUNDRY PHONE 418 FOR BETTER DRY CLEANING STEAM LAI/NDKY 1'II.CniM LUTHERAN CWIRCH S'i.vlh iiiul U'lilniil Streets Sunday School, 0:^0 a.m. Morning worship, H a.m. Rev. W. C. KrueRcr of Memphis will Ix guest speaker, choosing as his sermon topic "Honor Thy Mother." Visitors are welcome nt these services. FfRST CIiniRTIAN CHURCH It, Scoll italril,.minister Main Sheet at Sixth Bible School, 9:45. classes for ill age groups. Morning worship with 'communion and sermon, 10:50. The sermon subject will be, '"Hie Christian Home." Sunday afternoon Ihc fntcrme- diates are giving a ten for all the mothers of the church. It will he in the church iiall at 4:30. Wednesday evening Church service at 7:45. There will he further eports of the Brotherhood Convocation held at Memphis last week. Everyone Is invited to the services of this-church, liUIVMCUMTK C'ON'CEri'ION ciiimcii Ash nnd Division Streets Kcv. J. J. Thompson Rev. J. T. McConnell Sunday Musses, 7:30 and 10:30 m. Weekday Masses. C:30 and 8 n. in Sunday evening at 1:30 o'clock Holy Hour for pence and men and women in service. Friday evening, 7:30 o'clock, Novena in honor of our sorrowful Mother. ROXY Madnees Sat. £ San. Only Opens e»ch night 6:30; SUria g;« Opens Sunday 1;00; Starts 1:15 Continues Shows Sal, *cd Son. H»rg»ln Night Every Night Exi*p1 Saturday. No ptsiei honored on BonJ»y at the FIRST ASSEMIILY OF GOD ...... CHURCH ... , Sc.vcnlJi und Ash Streets Hev,' H. E. Slmms, paslor Sunday School, 9:45 a. in. Morning worship, 11 a. m. Radio Broadcast, 2 p. m. C, A. Class, G:45 p. m. Evangelistic Service, 8 p. m. Revival now in progress with Evangelist N. H. Rhodes. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Tli e Kcv. S. )i. Wilford, pastor Church School, 3:45 a. in. U. S. Branson, supt. Morning worship, 10:55 a, m. Evening service, 7:30 p. m. Choir i-eliertrsal, Wednesday, 7:30 p. in. PRESBYTERIAN C'HUKCH Main and Kirih Sis. Harvey T. KIdil, minister 9:46 A. M.—Sunday School 11:00 A. M.—"The Christian Home" 0:30 P. M. Young People 7:30 P. M. - "Am 1 My Brother's Keeper?" Wednesday— < 7:30 P. M.—Prayer Meeting CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SEIIVICKS Woman's Clubhouse 1«0 W. Main "Mortals and Immortals" Is the subject of (lie Lesson-Sermon which will be read In all Churches and Societies of the Church of Christ Scientist, on Sunday. The Golden Text is: "As we hiwe home Die image of the earthy, we shall also bear the image of' Hie heavenly." I Corinthians 15:43. Among the citations which com- nrfao the Lesson-Sermon Is the following from Ihe Bible: "Know ye thai Ihe Lord lie Is Ciod: it, is he that:hath made us, and not we ourselves; we are his people, and the sheep of his pasture." Psalms 100:3. Some like, silver, some lilic sold, HOTCTIU's liked liy ynung and old. Saturday GUN LAW! Cowboy raiders avenge ,tf!e crimes of a ppwer-, Wad outla'w gangf MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP 104 B. 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