The Courier News from Blytheville, Arkansas on May 27, 1944 · Page 2
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Blytheville, Arkansas
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Saturday, May 27, 1944
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t'AGE TWO BLYTIIBVILLE '(ARK.) COURIER NEWS SATURDAY, MAY 27, 1944 Events MONDAY nal , International Fellowship lunchetni at Hotel NobleV l-p..m. Circle 2 of I Calvary Baptist Church meetlng\at home of Mrs. 1. C.-Pruftt; S PA in. Women's Missionary Society, Calvary BapUst dliurch, meeting at church, 7:30 p. m. TUESDAY La' Neuve Club nV-eting with Mrs.'M. N. .Young. \ Miss Margaret', ^liaver' entertaining Double G Club,' : WEDNESDAY \ ; Mrs. T. H. Hnttield entertaining Fiiendly Seven Club.. Town and Country'.Club meeting with 'Mrs. H, C. Rose. '•. Club Eight will meet with Mrs. Piuil Jobe. •'.-•'.. : THURSDAY , .' Mrs. W. L. Homer entertaining Mid Week CliibV. Thursday Contract Club meeting \vitli "Mrs. F. B; V 'Joytier, •Mrs. Robert We'edman'enteiialu- G. N. B. Club.' \ . FRIDAY ; Friday Luncheon Olub meeting with Mrs. W. M. McKcnzIe. Reception at Presbyterian Manse for uienibers of the church nml friends .ol the congregation. 8 to 10 p: in. Mrs. n. A. Gipeland entertaining C. B. C. Club. .Initial Club meeting with..Mrs. Cecil Graves.' - Mrs. Rutherford Entertains Mrs, Fred V. Rutherford enler- talned members or the Town and Country Club Wednesday afternoon' at her home on Highway 18 East, when she also was hostess to Mrs. Arthur Vance of Arinorel. Roses nnd other flowers from the colorful garden of the hostess, were arranged throughout the house. Mrs. Vnnce held high score for te afternoon bridge games, and Mrs. James B. Clark was second. . Light refreshments were served. [nitial Club Entertained At ..Two Parties This'Week' Members of the InHlQl Club had ;wo jjnitlcs this week; one Thursday night honoring the blttticlnys of two of the members. Mrs.'Jack viarsh-.illid Mrs. Fred Boyett, nnd .lie second yesterday afternoon, the regular')weekly bunco party. ,' Mrs. W. S. Eustbum was hostess lo Ihe group Thursday night at her home on Chlckasawba Ave- hie. Tlie home was attractively decorated with roses, cornflower and popples, while the large white jiiihday cake, surrounded by gifts 'or the guests of honor, wn.v n feature of the decoration a! the Miss Jean Baxter To Wed Major Lewis J. : Partridge The engagement .and approaching marrinie,of Miss Jean Baxter to Major Lewis J. Partridge Is announced today by her parents, Mr; and Mrs, Clarence M. Baxter. Plnns far tlie marriage, wbich will be .solemnized In tile early Slimmer, will'.be announced later. Miss Baxter was graduated from Blylheville high school, anU now n employed in the bookkeeping department at'Tirst National Bank. Major Pnitii'dge, who Is OH. son of Dr. and Mrs'. ..Haymoml-B. parlrlilgc of Rochester, •: N. Y., attended Brockparf Stnle Teacher's College Brockpbrt N, Y Stationed at Bljtlievllle Army Air Field since it was • activated, he now Is commanding,;offlccr of Instrument Training Group .Three. dining table. Bunco MIS played during ,' the ' Visitoi From Chicago Honored At Many Affairs Mrs. W. 0,'- Anthony of Chicago, who has'tfeeh complimented -nt a scries, of . parties , during her two weeks : visit, here as .the-: guest of Mrs. George M.' Lee, -again was honored yesterday, afternoon when Mrs. E, D. Ferguson and Mrs.^ A. O •Hudson'. entertained with <i lunch- con at the Ferguson home. A two course.luncheon-Wfis served at, the dining table, which \vn: covered with" a:lace clotli'.'.an'd hjac for n centerpiece a low bowl of cornflowers and coreopsis Sweetpeas- and roses were attractively arranged ' in the living iponi, wher c guests gathered for ah hour of informal. "visiting" :wilh Mis Anthony who mode her home in Blythe\illc for many years Other affairs given in compliment to Mrs Anthony this week include an informal , "drop-In" Wcdnesdns afternoon nt the home of Mis Lee, and a theater party mven Thursday night by Mrs J Mell Brooks Sr., nnd Mrs. Charles Alford. Twelve of Mrs.'Anthony's most intimate friends -were invited • to the l>c home Wednesday afternoon Roses and other Spring flowers were arranged • throughout the house, while the ' guests spent : the afternoon <'m informal entcrlaln- mcnt. Eight guests attended the theater party at the Hitz Thursday night, and- 'later 'gathered at ; the Rustic Inn for refreshments. Mrs. ; Anthony plans to return home early next week. evening,^ with, high score prize 'won iy Mrs. •• Mflrsh. low by : Mrs. 'Ebb Heyuolds ' and bunco by ' Mrs. Herman May. • i A dessert course was served.! Yesterday afternoon. Mrs. /May Wns hostess to members of the'club and one guest, Miss Janice Stewart, when sbe- enlertntned at her home, where roses were arranged inutile Icing Bunco prize was won ' by Miss Stewart, high by Mrs. Claude Stewart, mid low by Mrs. Ebb Reynolds. 'Hie hostess served a salnd plate with Iced drinks. C.B.C. Club Has' Party / Mixed '[lowers decorated the'Ilv- .IIB room of the Lendcnnle Fowler iwne yesterday nflernoon when Vfrs. Fowler was hostess to mem- jers of the C.D.O. Club for ari'af- .crnonn of bridge. / •High 5 corc .prize was won by'Mrs. i. 1 J. Little, second high by Mrs. J. -D. Smith, and brldgo by Mrs. Pnu) Byhun. A dessert course was served. Mrs. Phillips Is Hostess Mi's. Russell Phillips entertained members of the Thursday Luncheon Club Thursday afternoon at her home for' Ihc final party of', the Summer season. . . Mixed flowers were arranged; on Die simporcli, 'while luncheon was served at small tables' In the living room. In I lie bridge games played, during the afternoon, high score prize went to Mrs. Byron Morse, and second high to Mrs. E. B. Gee. Guests at the luncheon, In addition to club members, were Mrs. James II. JJell. Mrs. W. J. Pollard of Detroit, Mich., liouscfiuest '- of her sister, Mrs. A. M. Butt, n'iid Mrs. Samuel F. Norrls. \ Memphis Pupil Essay Winner Schoolgirl, 14, Has Best Essay In State On Cotton And War , MEMPHIS, May 27 (UP.J- Kathryn Powell, a 14-year-old Memphis Junior hlgli school student, knows what her state's cotton is contributing to the war effort. Furthermore, she lias $275 for being In the know, The schoolgirl Is the first prize slate winner In an essay contest sponsored by Ihe Cotton Trade Journal. Second place and $200 goes to Carolyn Brenner, of Memphis; third place and $100 to Calcin Trncy, of Arlington: and fourth place and $SO to France.'! N, Thomas, of Lebanon. Miss Powell's essay will he Judged with' those or top winners from 15 other cotton producing stales, The writer of the outstanding theme will .receive an fill-expense trip to New York us guest of the cotton exchange there. Robert Phillips, anil her parents, Mr. mid Mrs. iiussell Phillips. W. O. Anthony Jr., has returned to his home in Chicago after a visit here with Mr. and Mrs. C. VV, Ramey and family. Mrs, P. f,. Husband returned yesterday from a three weeks trip during which time she visited In Holtlcsburg, Miss,, where she attended Ihe funeral of her grnnd- tathcr, John Hcmba. Prom Hatlles- burg she went to McAllcn,' Texas, on a business trip, and then to Har- Iliifcj), Texas, where she visited her son, Pvt. J. B, Husband,- who is attending a gunnery school there. Mr. and Mrs, J. C. Ellis Jr., who have been making their home with his parents at Barfleld, following their marriage several weeks ago, have moved into tbo house they recently had renovated at Btirflcld on the Ellis At the Hoiprtali Klythevllle Hospital Admitted— Doyle B. Aycock, Luxora. Dismissed— Mrs. Walton Sharp, Ilaytl, Mo. Joyce Shclton, Dell. Walls Hospital Dismissed— Mrs. Charlie Lutes. Rt. 2. Huby Nell Bevill, Gosnell. Jean Armantront. city. A. J. Lovell. Holland, Mo. Memphis SI. Joseph's Hospital Admitted— ' Louise Snmons, Joiner. Memphis Sfcthoiltst Hospital Admitted— Fraukle Neely, Caruthcrsville, Mo .Print Butter—Unrationed , Bits 0f Mostly: Personal Miss Jean Annantrout underwent a lomlllectoiny yesterday at Walls Hospllal. Mrs. M. S. Yale.s was removed 'roin Btythcville Hospital yesterday to her home, where she Is re- uperating following a major ope- •atlon which she underwent two weeks ago. She will be confined to ler, bed for several more days. Sergt. and Mrs, Charles Ftamey, who have been stationed at Wichita Fulls, Texas, have been transferred '.o Blloxl, Miss, En route there they itbpped here fur a visit with-Sergeant namey's parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Homey, nmt In Lu.vora. where :hey visited Mrs. Rnmey's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Howard. Sergeant Rarricy has gone on to Blloxi, while his wife remained for a longer visit. , Samuel F.'Norrls left this morning for Klssimme, Pla., where he was called by the critical illness of his father, J. Ben Morris, who was stricken with a heart attack. Corp. Billy Cullison ot the Afarlne Corps, who Is stdlloncd at Mojave, Calif., arrived yesterday afternoon ti.spend a five dtiy, furlough here witll his grandmother, Mrs.' M. C. Culllsoh and his aunt, Miss Maud Cullison, and other relatives. .Mrs. Doyle Henderson returned Tlimsday from Memphis where she underwent a major operation nt Baptist Hospital 15 days ago. Her condition is much Improved. James w. Sliced of Orange, Texas, came Wednesday to spend the weekend here wllh his family, lie came especially to attend Hie graduation of his daughter, Dorothy Jane Sliced. Mr. and Mrs. J. Paul Wilhelm of St. I/mls were the guests yesterday of his sisters. Miss Luna B. Wilhelm and Mrs. Jake Huffman mid Mr Huffman. v The Rev. S. B. Wilford. pastor of First Methodist Church, Charles Crlggcr in, Laura Swain. Jo Anne Trleschiiian, Jimmy Whitworth and Howard Bailey, are attending a two day inectiug'in Jonesboro, The Hcv. Mr, Wllford will teach n course on "Ways We Worship." : Miss Nelda Majiire of Meridian, Miss., Is the weekend guest of Mrs. District Missionary Union To Meet Here Tuesday A niecUng of representatives of the Northeast District of the Women's Missionary Union of the Baptist Churches, will be held Tuesday at First Baptist Church in UlyttiL'Vllle. beginning at 0:30 n. in. Mrs, C. H. Ray of Little Rock, executive " secretary of the state Women's Missionary Union, and Mrs. C. n. Pugh, head of (he Baptist orphanage at Montlcello, will lie guest, spenders at the affair, which will be attended by representatives of all Missionary Unions In the district. Luncheon will be served at the church during Ihc noon hour. Harefooted Blond Donor STAHL, Mo. (UP)-Heavy rains and thick imid didn't deter Mrs. Flora Wcllmnn, who wanted to do- imfc a pint of blood, when the Red Cross blood bank was nt Kirksvllle, seven mlle.s away. She look off her shoes nnd walked the distance barefooted. Tlie i!ev. L. C. Osbora of Cleveland. Ohio, who for 27 years served ns ii Nazftreiie missionary in Tam- Ingl'u, Hope! Province, China, will be dm guest speaker at the service tomorrow night at Ihe Church of the Nararcnc, corner of First and Sycainorc Streets. The fiev. Mr. Osborn, as district superintendent of the china field, and chairman of the Bresee Mem- orinl Hospital nnd Training School Hoard, often found himself In the midst of bandits.'plagues and pes- tilcnc'e and faced danger and hardship on land and sea. Despite the rigors of missionary life, he plans to return to China after the war. . The missionary declares that many Chinese believe In God and expect a great revival to sweep their country, and he Indicates something of their religious convictions in the statement that one- fourlh of the world output of Bibles was sold in China during the last livo years. Tiny Tiers B Butter ^ Uulimlled O 1 and no denuud for poinls H ( the housewife'* dream come 4 1 true in the I novelly crepe 1 print of bright yellow bullei-J balls, cubes, ' pats and uoundi on a lime ~« green back-1^ erouncl wliich Norman Norell chose for liis slim ahirlnukrr frock with / J ' parasol lo ' '" match. This is one of the ^ * many con-' ™ Versilion-picce prints which/', I New York f (j designers are '; using (o offset .Ihe sts .simplicity',^ of war(lm«. In memory of our dear wife ami •molhcr, Mrs. P. H. Culler, who passed away one' year a»o loilay, May J7tlt. Gone Is the face, We love so dear, Silent the voice We love to hear. « r It's snd—but true And we wonder why, The best and sweetest Arc first to die. But our Dear Lord He thought it best And called her home To elenml rest. Sadly missed by: P. H. Cutler and Mrs. T. I. Seav Mrs. Bill Harding Mrs. Chester Biirnham Joe Jonakln. MARGARET'S BEAUTY SHOP IN 8. Pint Phone 2532 Bring Us Your Beauty Probfemi rtj The Gift Shop . Modern and Antique Gifts COSMETICS BABY GIFTS GREETING CARDS NOVELTIES A QUt For Everybody ZW1 MOSS BRYAN TVIERS of small ruffles are ef fectively used by one Newi York designer to give the skirt of this natural shantung summer dress an illusion of fullness. Ruffling repeated at the shoulder, and centered row of brown buttons; add further interest to the slim ming style.'' " " —- v Missionary Will Address Group At Church Here FIRST CHHISTrAN CHURCH Main Blrert at KMh II. S'. Balrd, paslor. Bible School, 9:45. Classes for everyone. The Men's Bible Class meets across the street from the Church'in the Cobb Funeral Home. Morning worship, 10:50. Tlie sermon Sunday morning will be, "God Has No Favorites." Wednesday evening church service, 7:45. At this time there will be a discussion of an important new religious book, "The Church and the New World Mind." Also special prayers will be said for the men In the armed forces of our country. Everyone Is Invited to these services. CAMBRIDGE, Mass. <UP)— A Gutenberg Bible, one ol 10 complete copies known to be In this country, has been added to the Harvard College colecUon In Wid- nor of Philadelphia, brother or Harry Elklns Widcner, In whose mcniorlain the library was erected. CHURCH NEWS DELL BAI'TIST CHURCH (J. U. Magce, puslor Sunday School, 10 a. in. Allen Hnrdin, Snpt. Morning worship, 11 a, in. Ser- moii by pastor. B. T. U., 7:30 p. m. Miss Robin Oill, director. Evening ivorship, 8:30 p. in. "Soul \yiiming,"- pastor's subject. ^Prayer-'Meeting, 8 p. m.. Wednesday. . , Sunbeam, 3 p. m'., Friday. LAND f\ METHODIST CHURCHES l!rv. D. C. Illnihnan, pastor VAltBRO Sunday School, 9:50 a. m. Paul Abbott, supt. Worship service; Carroll Watson, guest speaker. Youth fellowship. 7:30 p. in. IMMACULATE CONCEPTION CHURCH ,. Ash ami Division Streets KftV. J. J, Thompson • llev. J. I 1 . McConnell Sunday Masses, 1:30 ami 10:30 a. m. '. Weekday Masses, 6:30 and 8 a. in. Sunday evening at 7:30 o'clock Holy Hour for peace and men and women in service. Friday evening. 7:30 o'clock, No- veim in honor of our Sorrowful Mother. I PROMISED LAND Sunday School, 9:50 a. m. Felix Hill, supt, Worship service, P. E. Cooley, guest speaker. Youth fellowship, 7:00 p. m. No night preaching service. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Walniil and Eighth Rev. K. C. Brown, pastor Sunday School, 9:30 a. m. Philip J. Deer, supt. Morning worship. 10:45 a. m. Sei-- mon by pastor. Solo, 'The Lord's Prayer", MIS W. O. Anthony. Solo, "The Holy City", Lieut Worth Holder and choir. B.T.U., 6:45 p. in. R. I,. Sherrlck director. Evening worship, 7:45 p. m. Sermon by pastor. Duet, Mrs. Russell Parr and Miss Joyce Sommers. Baptismal service at close of evening service. BAPTIST CJIAPK1, Sunday School, 9;3fl.a,jn..IUissell Bnugh, su|)t.' ' i " ( < '-H I*, "• t B.T.U., 0:30 p. in. S't. STKI'IIKN'S El'ISCOl'AI, CI1UKCH Slvlh and H'alnul Streets Thomas B. Smylhe, Jr., minister 8:00 a.m., Holy Communion. 9i30 a.m., Church School. 11:00 a.m., Morning Prayer and Sermon. 12:00 m., Choir Rehearsal. Wednesday, Friday and Saturday of this coming week are Ihe summer Ember Days, when the Church and all Its members pray that consecrated young men will offer themselves to the ministry of the Kingdom. Let us keep (Ills crying need In nilud throughout this coining week. CALVARY EPISCOPAL CHURCH Osceola Thomas 11, Smylhe, Jr., minister 7:30 p.m., Holy Communion and Sermon. FIRST PRESUYTMHAN CHURCH llairey T. Kltlcl. Minister 9:45 a.m., Sunday School. II a.m.. Morning Worship. C:30 p.m., Young People. 7:30 p.m., Evening Service. Wednesday, 7:30 p.m., Prayer meeting. Friday, 8:00 p.m,-10 p.m.. Reception at the manse for members and friends of the congregation. CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SERVICES Wpmaji'^ .Clubhouse, 1410 W. Main ')Aiieie,nt,.[and Modern Necromancy, Alias Mesmerism and Hypnotism, Denounced", Is the subject of the Lesson-Sermon which will be read in all Churches and Societies of the Church of Clirlst, Scientist, on Sunday. The Golden Test Is: "I would have you wise unto that which is good, and simple concerning evil. And the God of peace shall bruise Satan under your feet shortly." Romans 10:19, 20, ' Among the citations which comprise the Lesson-Sermon is the following from the Bible: "Ye are of your father the devil, ami (he lusts of your father ye will do. When lie speaketh n He he speakcth of his own: for he is a liar, and the fat.hc 1 ' of it," John 8:44. LAKE STREET METHODIST CHURCH Bates Sturdy, pastor Church School, 9:50 a. m. iver- son Morris, supt. Morning worship, 10:45 a. m. "All peoples will be judged", pastor's subject. Junior, Intermediate and Senior Youth Fellowships, 7 p. in. Evening worship, 8 p. m. "Temples of the Spirit", paslor's subject. Prayer meeting, Wednesday night, 8 p. in. FIRST ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHURCH Seventh and Ash Streets Rev. If. E. Sinims, paslor Sunday School, 9:45 a, m. Morning worship, H a. m. Radio broadcast, 2 p. m. Young people's service, 0:45 p. m. Evangelistic message, 8 p. m. Services every Tuesday and Friday, 8 p. m. '• - FREE BIBLE STUDIES Truth brings consolation To those of goodwill "Truth Makes Free." study Wednesday 8 p. m. "Watchlowcr" study Sunday 8:30 p. m. Jehovnlis Witnesses Kingdom Hull 503 W. Main Everyone Welcome No Collections CHUKCtl OF THE NAZARENE First nnd Sycamore F. W, Nash, pastor Sunday School. 9:45 a.m. Morning worship. 10:GO a.m. "The Marks of Christian Excellence," pas- lor's subject. Service for young people, 7:15 p.m. Evening service, 8 p.m. The Rev. L.. C. Osborn, returned missionary to China, will speak. Wednesday night, Mid-week prayer meeting, followed by choir practice. ContinuoHs Showi Every Day Box Office Opens 1:45 Show Starts 2:00 LISTEN TO KLCN I:M «.m. 12:45 p.m. 1:30 p.m. Saturday WWW GUM IIOTCIUJ gum L; spicy-sweet Has a laiif thai can't be beal. Have Pan & Refrigerator Motors Cleaned For Summer. New Location 116 N 1st J. T. (Charlie) Stalcup Phone 2993 or 2593 Guy Germ's SKATING RINK Now 0|icn For Summer Big Ten I. Now Located Across From Nil-Way v Luumlry Afternoon and Nile Sessions Premium Wheat PLUS Fine Milling EQUALS Shibley's Best FLOUR - - - The flour that needs [ess shortening! Commercial Classes In Shorthand-Bookkeeping-Typing MRS. L. M. BURNETT 1010 Urarn Degree From Accvcililcil Collcer. Phone 32TO SENTIMENTS EXPRESSED WITH FLOWERS, properly designed, are remembered always. Our flowera are always fresh, and all work U guaranteed to please. Let our expert Designers help you wllh your floral needs. FLOWER SHOP F>TtDl ,., 411 Mrs. j. M. (MM) WtUfen*, nrew Olnxy* BMr. Hear Clifford L Thacker ot Full Gospel Tabernacle "How Pontius Pilate Lost His Soul" Sunday 8 p.m. Lily & Vine Sts. NOTICE Please put paper and trash In covered containers so it will not blow all over the city., Joe Martin SHEETS ARE Fresh arid Sweet WHEN WE WASH THEM You'll change bed sheets more often during summer heat waves. We get them spotless with mild soaps. A Blytheville Laundry-laundered sheet is a perfect foundation for restful slumber. FOR BETTER LAUNDRY PKONE 418 FOR BETTER DRYCLEANING STEAM LAV N MY t it smut IUKHII Serial, "Alaskan Slyslcry" No. C and Short. ( fa Can. Showing Sat'day 1:00 to 11:30 Sunday and Monday Paramount News ;im! Selected Shorl Subjects Continuous Showing Sun, 1:15 lo 11 Ma<Ine«a Sat. & Snn. Only Opens radi iiijbt 0:45; starls 7 Opens Snnday 1:00; Starts 1:15 Contfnnons Shows Sat. «nd Snn. B»r[»la Night Every Nlglit Exrepi Saturday. No fauen honored on Sonl»y at (he Roiy. 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